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GOLDEN BEARS

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 Three consecutive Women’s College World Series title game appearances (2002-04; National Champions in 2002).  The NCAA national championship in 2002 was the first by a women’s team in Cal athletic program history (the Bears finished the season 56-19 with a perfect 8-0 postseason record)  Cal has appeared in seven of the last 10 NCAA WCWS, and ten overall, including three appearances in AIAW College World Series.  24 straight NCAA Tournament appearances - the longest streak by any Pac-10 school (second-longest in the nation).  Cal has not had a losing season since 1973 - a span of 35 years. Overall program record is 1356-673-3.  Diane Ninemire has won more games than any other coach in California history - male or female (970-477). 

Nine Golden Bears have appeared in the Olympics – Vicky Galindo (2008); Lindsay James and Chloe Kloezeman (Greece, 2004); Diane Ninemire (Greece, coach 2004); Nicole DiSalvio (Italy, 2000, 2004); Kim Maher (USA, 1996); Michele Granger (USA, 1996); Gillian Boxx (USA, 1996) and Lisa Martinez (Puerto Rico, 1996).

 Two California Athletics Hall of Fame inductees Michele Granger and Gillian Boxx.  Four Honda Sports Award Finalists -Gillian Boxx, Michele Granger, Leslie Partch and Shari Fisher.  Three conference Coach of the Year selections Diane Ninemire (Pac-10, 1991); Donna Terry (Pac-10, 1987) and Bonnie Johnson (NorCal, 1979).  34 All-America selections  86 All-Region picks  146 All-Conference honorees  11 Academic All-Americans


2010 CALIFORNIA SOFTBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS This is Cal Softball............................... IFC California Quick Facts............................. 1 Winning is a Cal Tradition..................... 2-3 University of California......................... 4-5 The Bay Area........................................ 6-7 Academic Achievement........................... 8 Strength and Conditioning....................... 9 Athletic Facilities............................... 10-11 Sports Medicine..................................... 12 Notable Alumni...................................... 13 The California Softball Experience... 14-15 2010 California Softball Roster.............. 16 2010 California Rosters......................... 17 Head Coach Diane Ninemire............ 18-19 Assistant Coaches................................. 20 Support Staff.......................................... 21 2010 Player Profiles......................... 22-32 All-time Opponent Series Records........ 33

2009 Season in Review......................... 34 2009 Honors.......................................... 35 2009 Final Statistics.............................. 36 2009 Final Results................................. 37 Cal Camps............................................. 38 All-Time No-Hitters................................ 39 Golden Bears in the Olympics and Pros.......................................40-41 Honors and Awards.......................... 42-43 Single Season Records.................... 44-45 Career Records................................ 46-47 Team Records.................................. 48-49 Individual Year-by-Year Leaders....... 50-51 All-Time Postseason Results............ 52-53 All-Time Roster...................................... 54 Year-by-Year Results........................ 55-63 Easton................................................... 64 2010 California Schedule..................... BC

2010 CALIFORNIA SOFTBALL QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location......................................................................................................... Berkeley, Calif. Nickname........................................................................................................Golden Bears Colors...........................................................................................Blue (282) and Gold (116) Enrollment..................................................................................................................34,953 Founded........................................................................................................................1868 Conference............................................................................................................ Pacific-10 Home Venue.................................................................................. Levine-Fricke Field (500) Chancellor.............................................................................................Robert J. Birgeneau Director of Athletics.......................................................................................Sandy Barbour Softball Administrator............................................................................................Foti Mellis

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record.................................................................................................................38-20 2009 Pac-10...........................................................................................................10-10/5th 2009 NCAA Postseason............................................................. Tallahassee Regional (3-0) Gainesville Super Regional (0-2) 2009 Final Rank...........................................................................................................14/16 Starters Returning/Lost......................................................................8 (plus two pitchers)/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................................................................................12/7 Newcomers.........................................................................................................................6

COACHING STAFF Head Coach......................................Diane Ninemire (23rd season, Nebraska-Omaha ’80) Cal/Career Record........................................................... 970-477 (entering 2010 season) Assistant Coach........................................John Reeves (17th season, San Jose State ’80) Assistant Coach...................................... Tammy Lohmann (5th season, Arizona State ’97) Softball Office Phone.................................................................................... (510) 643-9101 Softball Fax...................................................................................................(510) 643-1116 Mailing Address.................................. 304 Strawberry Canyon Center, Berkeley, CA 94720

MEDIA RELATIONS Softball Contact..................................................................................Anna Oleson-Wheeler Office Phone................................................................................................. (510) 643-5846 Fax............................................................................................................... (510) 643-7778 E-mail........................................................................................... aowheeler@berkeley.edu Web Site......................................................................................................... CalBears.com Mailing Address................................................... 349 Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, Calif. 94720

CREDITS The 2010 edition of the California Softball Information Guide was written and edited by the Cal media relations department. Layout and graphic design by John Dunbar, publications director and Evan Kerr, publications assistant. Photographs by Kelley Cox, John Todd, Michael Pimentel, John Dunbar and Evan Kerr, USA Softball, Pro Images, National Pro Fastpitch League, among others.

WE ARE CALIFORNIA When referring to any California athletic team, please use either “California” or “Cal” to denote the institution and “Golden Bears” or “Bears” when indicating the mascot. Refrain from using such names as UC Berkeley, California-Berkeley, CalBerkeley, Cal State Berkeley.

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California Athletics

Nathan Adrian Men’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist 2009 National Champion 50 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle Michael Cavic Men’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist

Emily Silver Women’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist

Natalie Coughlin Women’s Swimming & Diving 11-time 2004 & ’08 Olympic Medalist

Winning is a Cal Tradition! RECENT TEAM NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

2004 MEN’S GOLF

2006 MEN’S CREW

2006 WOMEN’S CREW

CURRENT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

Alex Mack Football 2008 Draddy Trophy National Scholar-Athlete of the Year

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2008 FIELD HOCKEY NorPac Champions

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2008-09 WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Pac-10 Champions


Evan Roth Men’s Gymnastics 2009 National Champion Rings

Dana Vollmer Women’s Swimming & Diving 2009 National Champion 100 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle

Amanda Sims Women’s Swimming & Diving 2009 National Champion 100 Butterfly

Mari Andersson Jana Juricova Women’s Tennis 2009 National Champions Doubles

2008 RUGBY

Damir Dugonjic Men’s Swimming & Diving 2009 National Champion 100 Breaststroke

Martin Maric Men’s Track & Field 2009 National Champion Discus

2008-09 WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING 2002 SOFTBALL

2009 WOMEN’S CREW Pac-10 Champions

2009 MEN’S CREW Pac-10 Champions

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The University of California

SIMPLY THE BEST

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here is no other way to aptly describe America’s top public university. There is no other way to describe one of the elite academic settings in the world – especially one that also includes one of America’s most successful athletic departments. The University of California blends the best of all worlds. Overlooking the scenic San Francisco Bay and ranked as the nation’s top public university by the U.S. News and World Report, the flagship campus of the state of California also features an athletic program that annually finishes among the leaders in the Directors’ Cup standings, which rates the overall success of America’s collegiate athletic departments. Cal attracts what many believe to be the finest applicant pool in the United States. The university features a diverse student body population. The University of California offers 351 degree programs, and 35 of the school’s 36 graduate programs are ranked among America’s Top 10. Cal’s 35 programs among the Top 10 is No. 1 among all universities in the country, as is its 32 “distinguished” programs, as rated by the National Research Council. The library is ranked third in the country, as judged by the Association of Research Libraries with 10 million volumes in 32 campus libraries. The faculty features seven Nobel Laureates, 135 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 28 MacArthur Fellows, 74 Fulbright Scholars, four Pulitzer Prize winners and more Guggenheim Fellows (359) than any other university in America.

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AMERICA’S NO. 1 PUBLIC UNIVERSITY BY THE NUMBERS

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Universities With Highest Number of Top 10 Graduate Programs 1. CALIFORNIA 2. Stanford 3. Harvard 4. Columbia 5. MIT

TOP PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES 1. 2. 4. 5.

CALIFORNIA Virginia UCLA Michigan North Carolina

Source: U.S. News and World Report

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Universities With The Highest Number of “Distinguished Programs” 1. CALIFORNIA 2. Stanford 3. Harvard 4. Princeton 5. MIT

21 15-1 351

3000

Nobel Laureates 21 current and former faculty members Student-to-Faculty Ratio

Degree Programs

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In 2007, the Association of Research Libraries ranked Cal’s University Library as the No. 1 public research university library in North America.

Service The University of California is the only school in the country to have produced more than 3,000 volunteers since the inception of the Peace Corps in 1961.

Nobel Laureate Oliver Williamson

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Berkeley and the Bay Area

BERKELEY

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erkeley is a part of the San Francisco Bay Area major metropolitan area of approximately 7.2 million people. The region is one of the most beautiful in the world and includes the major cities of San Francisco and Oakland, as well as Berkeley, home of the world-renowned University of California. Just south are San Jose and the Silicon Valley, home to many of the world’s high-tech companies. The Bay Area also lies within easy driving distance of the high Sierra resorts of Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, the Monterey/Carmel peninsula, the world famous Napa wine country and the spectacular Mendocino Coast. Everyone knows San Francisco, a.k.a. “The City,” from the numerous photographs, movies and television shows that capture its magic and beauty. It is a city built on a series of more than 40 hills, offering panoramic views of every kind. The hub of a ninecounty complex and the financial and insurance capital of the world, San Francisco has a resident population of just over 800,000 and is situated on a 46.7 square mile peninsula bounded on

the west by the Pacific Ocean, the north by the Golden Gate strait, and from north to east by the San Francisco Bay. San Francisco has been named the world’s top city twice and the top city in the U.S. in 18 of the last 19 years by Condé Nast Traveler. The San Francisco Bay is spanned by two landmarks, the Golden Gate and San Francisco-Oakland Bay bridges, and graced by four islands: Alcatraz, Angel, Yerba Buena and Treasure. The area is easily navigated by car, BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), bus or ferry, making it easily accessible to all.

Andrew Bailey

OAKLAND

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TOP CITIES IN THE WORLD 1. Sydney, Australia 2. San Francisco, CA 3. Florence, Italy 4. Cape Town S. Africa 5. Charleston, SC 6. Bangkok, Thailand 7. Rome, Italy 8. Buenos Aires, Argentina 9. Vancouver, Canada 10. New York City, NY Source: Condé Nast Traveler, 2008 Readers’ Choice Awards


SAN FRANCISCO

Frank Gore

Located across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco, Oakland is a city of over 400,000, jam-packed with exciting attractions, stimulating arts and an ideal climate. Oakland’s charm exceeds its man-made wonders, as its tumbling hills, vast forests, hiking and riding trails, beautiful lakes and numerous parks provide a natural escape for those who prefer nature over an urban environment. Berkeley, just a 12-mile drive from San Francisco, is situated on 17.7 square miles with a population of just under 103,000 people. A study in contrasts, Berkeley is a small town with a big city character. With its world-renowned university, global population and rich diversity of cultural arts, Berkeley reflects and affects the rest of the country.

Sports fans can see it all in the Bay Area - professional football (San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders), professional basketball (Golden State Warriors), professional baseball (San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics), professional hockey (San Jose Sharks) and outstanding collegiate competition (six Division I schools). Sources: S.F. Convention and Visitors Bureau, Oakland Convention and Visitors Authority, Berkeley Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the California Trade and Commerce Agency.

SIMPLY THE BEST • Money magazine chose San Francisco as “the best place to live” among the 300 biggest U.S. metropolitan areas. • Forbes.com has ranked San Francisco one of America’s “best cities for the outdoors” for each of the past two years while American College of Sports Medicine has consistently placed San Francisco among the nation’s Top 5 in fitness among the most populous cities. • Readers of Travel + Leisure magazine selected San Francisco as their favorite city in 2008 for its “noteworthy neighborhoods.”

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK

• San Francisco is rated the No. 1 city in the U.S. and the No. 2 city in the world by Condé Nast Traveler (October 2008).

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Academic Achievement ACADEMIC GAME PLAN COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON GOLDEN BEAR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

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ne of the real success stories for the University of California is the development and growth of a comprehensive academic support program for its student-athletes: the Athletic Study Center. In 1984, campus officials and athletic department administrators decided that a greater emphasis needed to be placed on helping Cal student-athletes with their academic pursuits. The Athletic Study Center was thus born and charged with developing an academic support program tailored to the needs of NCAA Division I student-athletes. It was a significant development for an academically oriented institution such as Cal to recognize the special needs required for a modern student-athlete’s success both as an athletic competitor on the field of play and as a student in the classroom.

STUDENT-ATHLETE PROGRAM The Athletic Study Center, which is housed within the Division of Undergraduate Education, is the tutorial and academic support program for the nearly 1,000 student-athletes at Cal. Centrally located in

Athletic Study Center Staff

the Cesar Chavez Student Center, the program provides a spacious and comfortable arboretum for quiet study, separate classrooms for individual and group tutorials, and a computer lab for word processing and required course work. Geared around the understanding of the amount of time studentathletes must devote to practice, training, physical therapy and team travel, the program creates an environment where students can cultivate strong study habits, receive individual or group tutoring and obtain counseling from academic advisors.

TUTORIAL PROGRAM

ADVISING PROGRAM

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

The tutorial program promotes and enhances student academic skills and progress by providing individual tutoring, group workshops, study groups, credit courses and intensive special programs. The Athletic Study Center has between 50-60 tutors on staff per semester to guarantee that students receive the best possible support. Tutorial sessions are also offered at night, enabling student-athletes to receive help after practices when are able to devote more time to studying.

The advising program offers a broad range of services to meet the unique needs of student-athletes, including assistance in understanding and complying with university, college and NCAA requirements, developing time management skills and resolving personal academic issues unique to student-athletes. During a student-athlete’s freshman year, advisors provide assistance to ensure a successful academic transition from high school. In the sophomore year, they assist student-athletes in making decisions on appropriate majors and fields of study. Over the course of the final two years, advisors take more of an exiting approach, ensuring that proper academic progress is being made towards graduation while referring juniors and seniors to areas on or near campus that can help with career planning and development.

The Athletic Study Center offers a special service called Summer Bridge; an adjunct program designed to help ease the transition from high school to college. The primary components of the program include writing and math workshops, an advising workshop, study skills seminars and an evening tutorial program. Another special program offered is peer advising. Peer advisors provide academic and campus guidance for new intercollegiate student-athletes. They are selected from junior and senior student-athletes who assist in the development of programs to further address the needs of studentathletes.

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Strength & Conditioning

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n integral part of the California Softball program and its success is the strength and conditioning program, led by Ken Miller and assistants, who supervise the comprehensive operation for the Golden Bear team. The program’s philosophy is geared towards helping each student-athlete achieve the highest level of athletic development. By teaching how all the components of strength and conditioning fit together, student-athletes understand how to maximize force production. This includes enhancement of speed, strength and flexibility, which results in improved power. Motivating, educating and helping to reach maximum athletic development is the primary focus of the Cal program. The Cal weight room includes eight Olympic platforms and an array of aerobic and anaerobic equipment. The picturesque facility offers panoramic views of the entire region, including San Francisco and the Bay. The training regimen at Cal is a year-round process that emphasizes the speed, strength and flexibility. With closely monitored workouts that involve a great deal of individual instruction and attention, student-athletes are taught the correct techniques to increase their ability to perform at their peak during competition.

Cal’s program stresses comprehensive training in order to improve both strength and speed. Flexibility is a key component because it is essential for proper lifting. Athlete workouts are closely monitored by the conditioning staff who work in collaboration with the entire sports medicine team (doctors, athletic trainers, physical therapists, nutritionists, etc.) to ensure the health and safety of all of student-athletes. In this way, Cal’s strength and conditioning program is a vital component linking the “full circle” of a student-athlete’s physical development from conditioning through rehabilitation and reconditioning.

KEN MILLER Strength & Conditioning

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the future...

STUDENT-ATHLETE HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTER

MEMORIAL STADIUM RENOVATION

The Student-Athlete High Performance Center, now under construction, is expected to be completed prior to the 2011 season. The 142,000 square foot facility will house locker rooms, offices and meeting rooms, as well as areas for strength and conditioning, sports medicine, nutrition and academics for football and 12 other intercollegiate sports. The building is the physical manifestation of Cal’s High Performance Initiative, a unique program that challenges student-athletes to reach their level of optimal performance through strategic and efficient application of resources. Using cutting-edge technology and a multidisciplinary approach, the cornerstone principles of the HPI are communication, integration and information.

Memorial Stadium, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful settings for collegiate football, was originally constructed with funds donated by alumni, faculty, students and fans. At the time, Robert Gordon Sproul, who became UC president in 1930, said that the stadium “stands in simple dignity, beauty and strength.” Now, plans are being finalized to renovate the 86-year-old structure, starting with the west side, to create programmatic, game day and fan amenity improvements while respecting the architecture and character of the historic structure. Donors have demonstrated their backing of the privatelyfunded project through their commitment to the Endowment Seat Program (ESP), a first-of-its-kind effort in major college athletics to secure the financial future for the Athletic Department. ESP will provide a long-term, sustaining endowment that could grow to $1 billion over the next 30 years and will be used to fund annual operating needs for Cal’s studentathletes.

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Athletic Facilities

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tudent-athletes at the University of California have the privilege of using quality athletic facilities. Major athletic facilities located on and around the Cal campus are listed below.

BRIONES RESERVIOR Cal women’s crew uses Briones Reservoir as its dedicated practice site.

EDWARDS STADIUM/ GOLDMAN FIELD Historic Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field, which opened in 1932, is home to the Cal’s track and field and soccer teams.

EVANS DIAMOND This natural-grass facility seats over 2,500 people and is used Cal’s baseball team for practices and games.

HAAS PAVILION Walter A. Haas Jr. Pavilion is the home for Cal’s basketball, volleyball and gymnastics teams. The athletic director, student services, compliance offices and other departments are also located in the pavilion.

Witter Rugby Field

Levine-Fricke Field

Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field

Maxwell Family Field

Memorial Stadium

HELLMAN TENNIS COMPLEX

T. GARY ROGERS BOATHOUSE

California tennis makes its home at the Hellman Tennis Complex, located on the southwest side of campus.

The renovated crew boathouse is located on the Oakland Estuary, where Cal men’s crew practices.

LEVINE-FRICKE FIELD

SPIEKER AQUATICS COMPLEX

Levine-Fricke Field is nestled at the base of Strawberry Canyon and home to Cal softball, winners of the 2002 NCAA title.

MAXWELL FAMILY FIELD Maxwell Family Field, located just north of Memorial Stadium, serves as home to the Cal field hockey program.

MEMORIAL STADIUM Memorial Stadium is the home of the Golden Bears football and lacrosse teams. It not only holds 71,799 spectators on game day, but also includes athletic administrative offices, training quarters, a weight room, equipment room and locker rooms.

Varsity water polo and swim team practices and competitions are held at Spieker Aquatics Complex. Recreational swimming is also scheduled for the times when these teams are not hosting events or practicing.

WITTER RUGBY FIELD Witter Rugby Field is part of Strawberry Canyon. The grass field is used for rugby practice and competition.

Spieker Aquatics Complex

Briones Reservoir

Haas Pavilion

Hellman Tennis Complex

T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Evans Diamond

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Sports Medicine

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olden Bear student-athletes are privileged to be supported by one of the top medical staffs in college athletics along with some of the most modern training and rehabilitation equipment in the country. The comprehensive program features state-of-the-art facilities, as well as a staff of acclaimed practitioners of all areas of sports medicine. In addition to facilities at both Hass Pavilion and Memorial Stadium, Cal athletes also use University Health Services (UHS), which oversees and supervises sports medicine services to all injured or ailing Golden Bear athletes. The sports medicine area is supervised by Dr. Bill Coysh, Ph.D., who is also actively engaged in sports psychology. The expert staff of team physicians is headed by Dr. Sameer Dixit, M.D., an internist and sports medicine specialist. The staff features specialists from the fields of orthopedic surgery, family medicine, internal medicine, physiatry and podiatry. The medical staff, with their diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise, has vast experience treating injured athletes on every level of competition, including Olympic and professional athletes. Cal’s athletic training staff boasts 11 certified athletic trainers and 20 student athletic trainers. The staff tends to the day-to-day health care needs of Cal athletes in 27 different sports, including the evaluation and treatment of injuries and illnesses. The rehabilitation of injuries is also the responsibility of the athletic training staff, with additional assistance from our staff physical therapist. The trainers also provide coverage at home and away athletic contests, and practices are staffed on a full-time basis. Whether it’s for taping, physical therapy, or the prompt recovery from an illness or injury, Golden Bear athletes have the full confidence that Cal’s medical staff will provide the best care available with one of the most progressive treatment and rehabilitation programs in the country.

Golden Bear student-athletes are privileged to be supported by one of the top medical staffs in college athletics, along with some of the most modern training and rehabilitation equipment in the country. The comprehensive program features state-of-the-art facilities, as well as a staff of acclaimed practitioners of all areas of sports medicine.

California’s Sports Medicine Staff

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Notable Alumni Earl Warren Gregory Peck

Jennifer Granholm

Steven Chu

Shareef Abdur-Rahim - NBA All-Star, 2000 U.S. Olympian Lisa Arce - Pro beach volleyball star Steve Bartkowski No. 1 overall pick in 1975 NFL Draft Stephen Bechtel Founder of world’s largest constructional Kevin Johnson engineering firm Zulfikar Ali Bhutto - President and Prime Minister, Pakistan Matt Biondi - Three-time Olympic swimmer, winner of eight gold medals Rose Bird - Chief Justice, California Supreme Court W. Michael Blumenthal - U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Jerry Brown - State Attorney General, governor of California, mayor of Oakland Thomas Cech - Chemist, Nobel Prize winner Peter Chernin - Chairman and CEO, Fox Entertainment Group Leroy Chiao - First Chinese-American astronaut Choon Kun Cho - President, Korean Airlines Rachelle Chong - Member, Federal Communications Commission Steven Chu - U.S. Secretary of Energy Beverly Cleary - Author, “Ramona the Pest” Natalie Coughlin – Winner of 11 Olympic medals in swimming Joan Didion - Author, “Play It as It Lays” Brig. Gen. James H. Doolittle - World War II hero, Medal of Honor recipient Adam Duritz - Lead singer, Counting Crows Maria Echaveste - Deputy Chief of Staff, Clinton Administration Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett – Member of three U.S. Olympic soccer teams

Michelle Tafoya

Adam Duritz

Don Fisher - Founder and Chairman of the Board, The Gap John Kenneth Galbraith - Economist Tony Gonzalez - NFL All-Pro tight end Walter A. Gordon - Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. District Court Judge Michele Granger - Olympic gold medalist, softball pitcher Jennifer Granholm - Governor of Michigan Andrew Grove - President and CEO, Intel Corporation Walter Haas Jr. - President, Levi Strauss & Co.; owner of Oakland Athletics Philip Habib - U.S. Special Envoy to Middle East William Randolph Hearst Jr. - Newspaper publisher Marguerite Higgins - Journalist, Pulitzer Prize winner Susanna Hoffs - Lead singer of “The Bangles” Lance Ito - Superior Court Judge, presided over 1995 O.J. Simpson murder trial Ida Jackson - United Nations observer, founder local chapter of National Council of Negro Women Jackie Jensen – 1958 American League MVP Kevin Johnson - NBA All-Star, Mayor of Sacramento Edgar F. Kaiser - Founder, Kaiser Permanente Jeff Kent - 2000 National League MVP Clark Kerr - Chancellor, UC Berkeley Jason Kidd - NBA All-Star, U.S. Olympian Maxine Hong Kingston - Author, 1997 National Humanities Medal Yuan T. Lee - Chemist, Nobel Prize winner Willard Libby - Physical chemist, discovered Carbon 14, Nobel Prize winner Tung Yen Lin - World-renown civic engineer Jack London - Author, “The Call of the Wild” Wiley Manuel - First African American Supreme Court of California Justice Jerry Mathers - Actor, “Leave it to Beaver” Brian Maxwell - Founder, PowerBar John A. McCone - Director of CIA, Atomic Energy Commission Terry McMillan - Author, “Waiting To Exhale,” “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” Robert McNamara - U.S. Secretary of Defense Mary T. Meagher - U.S. Olympic swimmer, winner of three gold medals Norman Mineta - U.S. Secretary of Transportation Gordon Moore - Co-founder, Intel Corporation Julia Morgan - Architect Hardy Nickerson - NFL Pro Bowl linebacker

William Randolph Hearst

Sadako Ogata - U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Gregory Peck - Actor, Academy Award winner, “To Kill a Mockingbird” Chris Pine - Actor, “Star Trek” Kenneth Pitzer - Chemist, president of Stanford University Robert Raven - President, American Bar Association Helen Wills Moody Roark - Winner of eight Wimbledon championships Glenn Seaborg - Nuclear physicist, Nobel Prize winner, co-founder of Element 106 Margaret Rhea Seddon - Astronaut Michael Silver - Yahoo! Sports sportswriter William G. Simon - Director, FBI Samuel Smith - President, Washington State University Robert Gordon Sproul - President, University of California Leigh Steinberg - Lawyer, sports agent Michelle Tafoya - Sportscaster, Monday Night Football sideline reporter George Takei Actor, Mr. Sulu on “Star Trek” Roger Traynor - Chief Justice, Supreme Court of California Eugene Trefethen Jr. President, Kaiser Industries Rex Walheim - Space Shuttle astronaut Earl Warren Helen Wills Moody Roark Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court Alice Waters - Chef, restaurateur, “Chez Panisse” Jann Wenner - Co-founder, “Rolling Stone” magazine Lionel Wilson - First African American mayor of Oakland Pete Wilson - Governor of California Dean Witter - Founder, Dean Witter Financial Services Steve Wozniak - Co-founder, Apple Computer, Inc. James D. Zellerbach - U.S. Ambassador to Italy

Left to right: Natalie Coughlin, Tony Gonzalez, Margaret Rhea Seddon, Jeff Kent, Alice Waters, Chris Pine

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2010 BROADCAST ROSTER

#1 Frani Echavarria

#2 Jordan Wallace

OF • Riverside, CA • L/R IF • Vallejo, CA • R/R 5-6 • Martin Luther King HS • So./1V 5-5 • Fairfield HS • Fr./HS

#9 Jace Williams

IF • Encinitas, CA • L/R 5-6 • Washington • So./TR

#17 Lindsey Ziegenhirt

#3 Jamia Reid

#11 Marissa Drewrey

P • Oakdale, CA • R/R 6-3 • Oakdale HS • Sr./3V

#19 Sati Houston

C • Elk Grove, CA • R/R 5-6 • Sheldon HS • Fr./HS

C • San Francisco, CA • R/R 5-5 • Lowell HS • Jr./1V

#23 Taylor Kelly

#24 Shannon Thomas

IF • Santee, CA • R/R 5-8 • Santana HS • Sr./3V

#4 Shannon Houston

#5 Elia Reid

OF • Buena Park, CA • L/R OF • New Egypt, NJ • R/R OF • Buena Park, CA • R/R 5-4 • Kennedy HS • So./1V 5-4 • New Egypt HS • Sr./3V 5-4 • Kennedy HS • So./1V

IF • Antioch, C • L/R 5-2 • Texas • Sr./1V

#12 Vernae Sevilla

IF • Rancho Cucamonga, CA • R/R 5-7 • Rancho Cucamonga HS • Sr./3V

#20 Valerie Arioto

#13 Jayme Goodwin

UT • Dublin, CA • R/R 5-8 • Dublin HS • Fr./HS

#22 Amy Bishop

UT • Pleasanton, CA • R/R 5-7 • Foothill HS • Jr./2V

IF • Glendale, CA • R/R 5-8 • Glendale HS • So./1V

#33 Diane Leider

#54 Jolene Henderson

IF/UT • Long Beach, CA • R/R 5-2 • Lakewood HS • Fr./HS

P • Sheldon HS • R/R 5-8 • Elk Grove, CA • Fr./HS

CALIFORNIA COACHING STAFF

Diane Ninemire

Head Coach • 23nd season

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John Reeves

Assistant Coach • 17th season

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Tammy Lohmann

Assistant Coach • 5th season

Julie Meyer

Volunteer Asst. Coach • 2nd season


2010 GOLDEN BEAR ROSTERS

2010 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

2010 CALIFORNIA NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name

Pos. B/T Ht. Yr. Exp.

1 Frani Echavarria OF L/R 2 Jordan Wallace IF R/R 3 Jamia Reid OF L/R 4 Shannon Houston OF R/R 5 Elia Reid OF R/R 9 Jace Williams IF L/R 11 Marissa Drewrey P R/R 12 Vernae Sevilla IF R/R 13 Jayme Goodwin UT R/R 17 Lindsey Ziegenhirt C R/R 19 Sati Houston C R/R 20 Valerie Arioto UT R/R 22 Amy Bishop IF R/R 23 Taylor Kelly IF R/R 24 Shannon Thomas IF L/R 33 Diane Leider IF/UT R/R 54 Jolene Henderson P R/R

5-6 5-5 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-6 6-3 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-8 5-8 5-2 5-2 5-8

So. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/Previous School(s)

1V Riverside, CA/Martin Luther King HS HS Vallejo, CA/Fairfield HS 1V Buena Park, CA/Kennedy HS 3V New Egypt, NJ/New Egypt HS 1V Buena Park, CA/Kennedy HS TR Encinitas, CA/Washington/La Costa Canyon HS 3V Oakdale, CA/Oakdale HS 3V Rancho Cucamonga, CA/Rancho Cucamonga HS HS Dublin, CA/ Dublin HS HS Elk Grove, CA/Sheldon HS 1V San Francisco, CA/San Francisco CC/Lowell HS 2V Pleasanton, CA/Foothill HS 1V Glendale, CA/Glendale HS 3V Santee, CA/Santana HS 1V Antioch, CA/Texas/Freedom HS HS Long Beach, CA/Lakewood HS HS Elk Grove, CA/Sheldon HS

Head Coach: Diane Ninemire, 23nd season Assistant Coaches: John Reeves, 17th season, Tammy Lohmann, 5th season Volunteer Assistant Coach: Julie Meyer, 2nd season

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Valerie Arioto.............................................................................................................. Air-ee-OH-toe Frani Echavarria................................................................................................. EE-chah-ver-ee-uh Sati Houston........................................................................................................................SAW-tee Elia Reid.......................................................................................................................... Ah-LEE-uh Jamia Reid.......................................................................................................................Jam-EE-uh Vernae Sevilla....................................................................................................Ver-NAY Sev-EE-uh

Name No. Valerie Arioto................... 20 Amy Bishop..................... 22 Marissa Drewrey . ........... 11 Frani Echavarria................ 1 Jayme Goodwin............... 13 Jolene Henderson........... 54 Sati Houston.................... 19 Shannon Houston.............. 4 Taylor Kelly ..................... 23 Diane Leider.................... 33 Elia Reid............................ 5 Jamia Reid......................... 3 Vernae Sevilla . ............... 12 Shannon Thomas............ 24 Jordan Wallace.................. 2 Jace Williams..................... 9 Lindsey Ziegenhirt........... 17

ROSTER BY CLASS SENIORS (5) Marissa Drewrey Shannon Houston Taylor Kelly Vernae Sevilla Shannon Thomas

JUNIORS (2) Valeria Arioto Sati Houston

SOPHOMORES (5) Amy Bishop Frani Echavarria Elia Reid Jamia Reid Jace Williams

FRESHMEN (5) Jayme Goodwin Jolene Henderson Diane Leider Jordan Wallace Lindsey Ziegenhirt

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HEAD COACH DIANE NINEMIRE

DIANE NINEMIRE 23rd Season at Cal Record Entering 2010: 970-477 Since her first year in the dugout in 1988, Diane Ninemire has continually taken the Bears to new heights as one of the winningest and most successful softball programs in the nation. From 1999-2005, Cal made seven straight trips to the College World Series. With a national championship, nine Women’s College World Series trips, and 21 straight NCAA Regional appearances to her credit, it is no wonder that Cal enters every season as a national contender. Ninemire, who won her 900th career game on Feb. 29, 2008 versus Long Beach State, has accumulated the second-most wins in Pac-10 history (970) and is the 11th softball

coach in NCAA history with 900 or more wins. DIANE NINEMIRE AT CAL Since the 1999 season, Year Record Pac-10 Regionals WCWS California is an impressive 1988 39-24 7-11/5th 1-2 527-225, with five 50-win 1989 38-26 10-10/4th 0-2 seasons and four 40-win 1990 41-28 9-9/3rd 2-2 seasons. Over the last 1991 48-20 14-6/3rd 0-2 six seasons, Ninemire’s 1992 47-16 8-8/3rd 2-0 1-2/T5th squad has posted a 2681993 37-20 12-10/4th 2-2 120 mark. 1994 40-21 10-12/5th 1-2 During Ninemire’s ten1995 41-21 20-8/3rd 1-2 ure at Cal, 35 All-America, 1996 41-23 14-12/4th 3-0 1-2/T5th 86 all-region, and 146 1997 36-26 13-14/4th 2-2 all-conference certificates 1998 35-27 12-14/4th 1-2 have been issued to Gold1999 51-22 13-14/5th 5-1 2-2/T3rd en Bear athletes. Two of 2000 49-25 6-15/T7th 4-1 0-2/T7th Ninemire’s former players 2001 54-18 6-14/7th 4-1 1-2/T5th - Michele Granger and 2002 56-19 12-9/4th 4-0 4-0/Champion Gillian Boxx - were four2003 49-20 10-11/T3rd 4-0 4-2/Runner-up time All-Americans and 2004 53-13 13-8/T2nd 4-0 3-2/Runner-up helped the United States 2005 52-15 13-8/T1st 6-2 0-2 win a gold medal as mem2006 48-14 12-9/3rd 4-2 bers of the 1996 Olympic 2007 34-32 7-14/8th 1-2 Team in Atlanta. Former 2008 43-27 7-14/5th 3-3 California Golden Bear 2009 38-20 10-10/5th 3-2 Vicky Galindo, whom NinTotals 970-477 238-240 57-32 16-16 emire coached, was the most recent Cal softball player named to the 2008 15-member Olympic Team roster. State and Bill Edwards of Hofstra, was inPrior to the 2009 season, Ninemire was ducted into the NFCA Hall of Fame on Friday, announced as one of three members to be Dec. 11 2009, at the Renaissance Hotel in inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Nashville, Tenn. The 2009 class will bring the Association’s 2009 Hall of Fame class. Nin- NFCA’s Hall of Fame to 50 members. emire, who joined Frank Cheek of Humboldt History was made in 2002 when Ninemire

NINEMIRE HONORED FOR 900th VICTORY On Feb. 29, 2008, California softball head coach Diane Ninemire reached career win No. 900 vs. Long Beach State. Cal Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour presented Ninemire with a plaque honoring her achievement at a home game.

ALL-TIME WINNINGEST CAL COACHES Coach (Sport) Years Record (Pct.) 1. Diane Ninemire (Softball)........... (1988-present)............. 970-477 (.670) 2. Bob Milano (Baseball)................... (1978-1999)............... 688-644-4 (.517) 3. Clint Evans (Baseball).................. 1930-1954)................... 547-256 (.682) 4. Jan Brogan (Tennis)...................... (1978-2007).................. 539-223 (.707) 5. George Wolfman(Baseball).......... (1955-1973).................. 484-335 (.591) *Records as of December 31, 2009

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helped direct Cal to its first NCAA Championship at the WCWS with a 6-0 win over the Arizona Wildcats, the first women’s title in Cal athletic program history. The 2002 team set a school record for wins (56), while Jocelyn Forest claimed the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player honor, and Ninemire was chosen as the NFCA National Coach of the Year. Cal became the first Pac-10 team other than UCLA and Arizona to win the softball national title. Forest went undefeated in Cal’s postseason run and completed the WCWS with a 4-0 record, 0.50 earned run average and 33 strikeouts in 28.0 innings. Ninemire has enjoyed plenty of other memorable moments along her career path. In 2005, Cal won a share of the Pac-10 title (a first for a Ninemire squad) and advanced to its seventh consecutive WCWS. The 2004 version of the Bears were one of Ninemire’s most successful and most decorated groups, as four All-Americans and eight All-Pac-10 selections helped drive Cal to its third consecutive WCWS championship game appearance. In 2001, Cal began the season 32-0 before finishing fifth at the WCWS. Under Ninemire, Cal has also finished third (1999), fifth (1992, 1996) and seventh (2000) at the WCWS.

The 2008 season saw the Golden Bears reach the 40-win plateau for the ninth time in the last 10 years and earn a berth to the NCAA postseason for the 23rd consecutive season. The Bears won the Fresno Regional with a dramatic 7-6 victory over Fresno State in the deciding game to advance to their third Super Regional. Cal had six all-conference performers and three all-regional selections, and set top 10 team records in runs, RBI and hits. In her 22nd year at the helm of the Bears in 2009, Ninemire guided Cal to the postseason for the 24th consecutive season, the second-longest streak in the nation and the longest in the Pac-10. The Bears won their NCAA Regional at Florida State before falling at top-seeded Florida in the Super Regionals. Over the course of the year, the Bears broke team records for stolen bases (146) and home runs (55). Prior to becoming head coach, Ninemire served as an assistant for five years at Cal under Donna Terry. Together, the tandem led the Bears to three appearances in the NCAA Tournament, a third-place finish at the 1986 WCWS and the inaugural Pac-10 championship in 1987. In 2004, Ninemire’s winning reputation was recognized internationally when she was named as an assistant coach to the inaugural Greek Olympic softball team. At home, Ninemire is a past member of the NCAA Pacific Region Advisory Committee and a former chair of the All-American Selection Committee. Ninemire began her collegiate playing career at Midland Lutheran College (Fremont, Neb.), leading the team to a state championship as a freshman. After one season, she transferred to Nebraska-Omaha, where she

COACH NINEMIRE BY THE NUMBERS Years as Head Coach.......................... 22 Years as Head Coach (Cal)................. 22 Wins................................................... 970 Losses............................................... 477 Winning Percentage......................... .670 All-America selections......................... 35 All-Pac-10 selections......................... 146 Academic All-America selections.........11 Academic All-Pac-10 selections.......... 44 All-Region selections........................... 86 Coach of the Year.................................. 1 National Titles........................................ 1 Conference Titles.................................. 1 # of Professional Players....................... 8 # of Olympians Coached....................... 7 Winning Seasons................................ 22 Years in Post Season.......................... 22 Trips to WCWS...................................... 9 Title Game Appearances....................... 3

YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RESULTS COACH Year... Record.....Conference.... Notes DEBBIE GEBHARDT 1972......... 2-4 1973......... 2-4....... 4th NCIAC Gebhardt’s Total Record: 4-8 CONI STAFF 1974......... 5-4....... 5th NCIAC 1975......... 4-3....... 3rd NCIAC Staff’s Total Record: 9-7 MYRTLE BAKER 1976......... 9-6....... 3rd NCIAC 1977....... 12-9....... 4th NorCal Baker’s Total Record: 21-15 BONNIE JOHNSON 1978.. 19-19-1...... 2nd NorCal 1979....... 37-9....... 1st NorCal 1980......46-11....... 1st NorCal.... AIAW CWS (9th) 1981..... 48-13....... 1st NorCal.... AIAW CWS (T5th) 1982.. 37-17-1...... 2nd NorCal.... AIAW CWS (T3rd)/ ................................................... NCAA Regional Johnson’s Total Record: 187-69-2 DONNA TERRY 1983..... 26-21...... 4th NorPac 1984.. 27-19-1...... 3rd NorPac 1985..... 35-25...... 4th NorPac.... 17th NCAA poll 1986..... 43-17.... T1st NorPac.... NCAA CWS (T3rd) 1987..... 34-15....... 1st Pac-10.... NCAA Regional Terry’s Total Record: 165-97-1 DIANE NINEMIRE 1988..... 39-24....... 5th Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1989..... 38-26....... 4th Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1990..... 41-28.......3rd Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1991..... 48-20.......3rd Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1992..... 47-16.......3rd Pac-10.... NCAA CWS (T5th) 1993..... 37-20....... 4th Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1994..... 40-21....... 5th Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1995..... 41-21.......3rd Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1996..... 41-23....... 4th Pac-10.... NCAA CWS (T5th) 1997..... 36-26....... 4th Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1998..... 35-27....... 4th Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 1999..... 51-22....... 5th Pac-10.... NCAA CWS (T3rd) 2000..... 49-25.....T7th Pac-10.... NCAA CWS (T7th) 2001..... 54-18....... 7th Pac-10.... NCAA CWS (T5th) 2002..... 56-19....... 4th Pac-10.... NCAA Champion 2003..... 49-20.......3rd Pac-10.... NCAA CWS (2nd) 2004..... 53-13....T2nd Pac-10.... NCAA CWS (2nd) 2005..... 52-15..... T1st Pac-10.... NCAA CWS 2006..... 48-14.......3rd Pac-10.... NCAA Super Regional 2007..... 34-32....... 8th Pac-10.... NCAA Regional 2008..... 43-27....... 5th Pac-10.... NCAA Super Regional 2009..... 38-20....... 5th Pac-10.... NCAA Super Regional Ninemire’s Total Record: 970-477 OVERALL (38 years): 1356-673-3

played on both the softball and basketball teams for three years. A shortstop and left fielder, Ninemire helped UNO to the 1978 championship and three appearances in the College World Series. Ninemire graduated from UNO in 1980 and completed her master’s degree in physical education at Texas Woman’s University in 1987. She began her coaching career at TWU in 1980 as Terry’s assistant before heading west to assist Terry and the Golden Bear program in 1983.

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ASSISTANT COACHES man service administration from Bradley in December 2002. Lohmann is also a one-star master coach with the National Fastpitch Coaches College. She was selected as on foe 25 coaches to attend the NCAA Women’s Coaches Academic Dimension I in Denver, and again for Dimension II in Indianapolis. The Cal Athletic Department recognized her as a Shining Star in January 2009.

JOHN REEVES

TAMMY LOHMANN

Assistant Coach 17th Season at Cal

Assistant Coach Fifth Season at Cal

John Reeves, the driving force behind Cal’s pitching success, begins his 17th season with the Golden Bear program. Reeves, who brings more than two decades of coaching experience to the field, has helped numerous Cal pitchers earn All-American accolades, including recent Cal graduate Kristina Thorson (36-10, 0.83 ERA in 2006), who was a three-time AllAmerican from 2004-06. Last season, he was instrumental in hurler Valerie Arioto earning Easton All-America status, first-team All-Pac-10 selection and a third-team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American. In 2008, Reeves helped groom Marissa Drewrey into an all-conference and all-region pitcher (29 wins).Other All-American pitchers under Reeves’ watch include Jocelyn Forest and Whitney Floyd. Prior to his arrival at Cal in 1994, Reeves served as head softball coach at Lynbrook High School in San Jose, Calif. He led his teams to a combined 105-27 record over five years, including a Central Coast Section title. From 1987-93, he coached the Twin Creeks Diamonds ASA team, developing more than 30 players who earned positions on Division I softball teams. He has also served as a Bobby Sox and PAL coach for 12 years. In addition to his coaching stints, Reeves has presented pitching techniques and strategies at various clinics, including the NFCA Softball Exposure Camp. Reeves graduated from San Jose State with a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies in 1980. He resides in San Jose.

Tammy Lohmann begins her fifth year of service with the California softball program this season. Thanks to her assistance in the development of the Cal hitters, the Golden Bears produced team records in home runs (49) and runs (322) in 2007, and RBI (279) in 2008 and broke their home-run record with 55 round-trippers in 2009. Since Lohmann’s arrival, Cal hitters have garnered 27 all-conference selections, including Valerie Arioto, who earned all-conference and all-America honors as a sophomore in 2009. In Lohmann’s four complete seasons with the Bears, Cal has marched into the post-season four times with three Super Regionals appearances. Prior to her arrival in the Bay Area prior to the 2005 season, Lohmann was an assistant coach at Wisconsin, helping guide the Badgers to a NCAA Regional appearance in 2005. She coached numerous all-Big Ten conference and regional players with the Badgers. Wisconsin hitters posted a recordbreaking offensive season in 2005, setting multiple school records. As a player, Lohmann was a two-time all-conference selection at Arizona State and was team captain for the 1997 season. She was the ASU Freshman of the Year in 1993 and is on ASU’s single-season and career record charts in hits, doubles, and stolen bases. During the summer of 1998, Lohmann was a pitcher and a shortstop for the Arizona Peppers in the Ladies Professional Baseball League. She played the same positions during the 1998 USA Women’s Baseball National Tournament, helping the Arizona Angels to a runner-up finish. In 1999, Lohmann played in the Women’s Professional Softball League as a member of the North Carolina Diamonds. She earned her master’s degree in hu-

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JULIE MEYER Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Season at Cal Julie Meyer will be Cal’s volunteer assistant coach for the 2010 season after playing four years from 2005-08 and serving a year as a student assistant in 2009. Meyer, who ranks fourth all-time in program history with 25 career home runs, provided the heroics in the Fresno Regional Championship game in 2008, when her bottom of the ninth-inning single down the left-field line against Fresno State scored the winning run to send the Bears to the Super Regional in Gainesville, Fla. Meyer finished her career with 257 games played, 92 runs, 25 home runs and 85 RBI.


GOLDEN BEAR SUPPORT STAFF ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF

KEN MILLER

APRYL GUISASOLA

Strength and Conditioning Coach Fourth Season at Cal

Academic Advisor Fourth Season at Cal

Ken Miller is in his fourth year as a strength and conditioning coach. In addition to working with softball, he conditions women’s gymnastics and assists with the football program as well. In 2005 he graduated with his master’s degree in exercise science with an emphasis in performance enhancement and injury prevention. Miller also holds certificates with the National Academy of Sports Medicine in performance enhancement, corrective exercise and is certified personal trainer along with being a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He also owns a bachelor’s degree in physical education.

Apryl Guisasola begins her second year as the academic advisor with the softball team. Guisasola graduated from UC Davis in 1998 with a major in psychology before earning her master’s degree in counseling from Northern Arizona in 2004. She began her tenure at Cal, working as a college advisor in the College of Letters & Science from 2006-2008, before starting as an Academic Advisor in the ASC in August 2008. Prior to her time at Cal, she worked at Northern Arizona in various roles as an academic advisor and Assistant Athletic Director of Academics from 2001-2006.

SANDY BARBOUR Director of Athletics

FOTI MELLIS Senior Associate Director of Athletics Intercollegiate Services (Softball Administrator)

TERESA KUEHN GOULD Deputy Director of Athletics/ Senior Women’s Administrator

ANNA OLESONWHEELER Assistant Media Relations Director

TERESE GROTH Athletic Admissions Coordinator

MOHAMMED MUQTAR Student Services (Housing)

RANDY VENTERS Equipment Manager CURT DAVID Administrative Assistant

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2010 CALIFORNIA PLAYER PROFILES

VALERIE ARIOTO • 20 P/1B • Junior Bats: R • Throws: R Pleasanton, Calif. Foothill HS 2009: Earned third-team NFCA All-American and second-team Easton All-American honors…a first-team All-Pac-10 and first team All-Pacific Region selection, was also the second-leading hitter on the team, posting a .325 average with a .425 on-base percentage…maintained a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage (177 PO, 67 A)...led the team in multi-hit games (16) and runs scored (41)... had 10 games in which she scored two or more runs...hit 10 home runs to surpass her 2008 home-run total of...among the Pac-10 leaders in drawing walks with 41 to tie for second, boosting her on-base percentage to .462... had a nine-game hitting streak (4/10-4/25)… had a 12-game streak (4/10-5/3) in which she reached base safely…first or second on the team in batting most of the season...in the circle, led the team in ERA until the final game of the season...has four games this season with 10 or more strikeouts…at the Carolina Classic, fanned a career-high 16 batters against George Washington (2/14) tying Marissa Drewrey for the third-most Ks in a game in program history...had a career performance against Santa Clara (2/18) when she blasted her first career grand slam in the second inning and pitched her first shutout of the season, allowing just one hit and striking out nine in the pro­cess...also went 2-for-3 at

2008: All-Pac-10 second-team and NFCA All-Pacific Region second-team selection... named to the Fresno All-Regional team... recipient of the Donna Terry Award (Team MVP)...was one of the brightest young stars in the Pac-10 at the plate and in the circle... played and started all 70 games, while leading the team in runs (55), hits (71), doubles (17), triples (4) and walks (48)...her 55 runs were the second most for a season in program history (record is 56 by Gillian Boxx, 1995) and 48 walks were the fifth most in a season...ranked in the top-10 in several Pac-10 offensive categories: second in runs, fourth in hits, third in doubles, first in triples and second in walks...had 22 hits over her final 24 games...in her third collegiate game, went 2-for-3 with four RBI, including a bases-loaded triple, in a 5-1 win over Winthrop (2/9)...tossed her first collegiate complete game, a one-hit shutout (with nine strikeouts) against Western Michigan (2/16) at the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Ariz....tallied a .467 batting average to go along with two runs, a double, a triple and four RBI at the Cathedral City Classic 2/8-10)...recorded the win in the circle and collected two hits, two runs and two RBI vs. UAB (2/22)...her double led to three runs in

ARIOTO’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year 2008 2009 Total

G 70 58 182

AB 219 163 382

Year 2008 2009 Total

APP 30 37 67

GS CG 8 2 16 7 24 9

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the plate against Santa Clara with two runs and a career-high six RBI - the most since Sanoe Kekahuna had a school-record seven vs. Texas Tech last season...at Pacific (3/25) went a perfect 3-for-3 with three runs, five RBI and two home runs…ignited Cal’s 12 run game at Oregon State (4/5) when she hit a leadoff home run - her seventh HR of the season…helped in Cal’s defeat of Stanford (4/11) by going 3-3 with two runs, two doubles, and two runs batted...fanned 14 batters in 16.0 innings in the Stanford series...struck out 11 Saint Mary’s (4/15) batters in just four innings...went 1-for-3 against Oregon State (4/24) with a home run and three RBI…went 6.2 innings against Oregon (4/25), only giving up two runs while driving in three runs to help her own cause...stole 15 consecutive bases before getting caught stealing on her fourth attempt of the game against UC Davis (4/29)...drove in three runs without getting a hit in the Regional.

R H AVG 55 71 .324 41 53 .325 96 124 .3245

2B 17 6 23

3B 4 1 5

HR RBI 2 29 10 37 12 66

W L SV ERA IP H 8 3 1 1.93 87.0 60 14 9 1 2.40 160.1 139 22 12 2 2.24 247.1 199

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R 37 82 119

BB 48 41 89

K SB 51 14-16 36 15-16 87 19-32

ER BB K 24 57 105 55 68 173 79 125 278

Cal’s 9-1 win over Sacramento State (2/24)... went 3-for-3 and hit her first career home run (3/11) vs. Sacramento State...planted a walkoff double to the left-center field wall to score Julie Meyer in the bottom of the 11th inning of Cal’s 3-2 win over Oregon on Apr. 11...drilled her second home run of the season, a solo shot, and scored two runs in Cal’s 3-1 win over Washington (4/27)...was clutch again vs. UC Davis (4/30) when she hit a walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh inning to score Taylor Kelly from first base, giving the Bears a 1-0 win...scored two runs at Oregon (5/3)...recorded five strikeouts (in eight batters faced, and no walks) in two innings at Arizona (5/8)...scored three runs and tallied her 100th strikeout of the year in the Regional Championship against Fresno on May 18... went 3-for-4 with two RBI against Florida in the first game of the Super Regional (5/23). High School: A highly decorated athlete at Foothill High School, earned league MVP honors, East Bay Player of the Year honors and an EA Sports All-America nod her senior year...finished her senior year with a .556 batting average with 40 runs, 12 home runs and 27 RBI in 24 games...in the circle, went 19-1, striking out 237 batters in 120 innings... opposing teams hit just .110 against her, as she finished with an ERA of 0.93...went 4-0 with 66 strikeouts in the postseason as the Falcons rolled to an NCS title...the Falcons won three East Bay League championships during her tenure. Personal: Undeclared major at Cal...lists Nick Swisher as her favorite athlete...has one brother, Tim. Why I chose Cal: “I chose California because it is a prestigious university academically and athletically. It is also close to home so friends and family can support me.”

GETTING TO KNOW VALERIE...

Places I want to travel: I love Europe, but I really want to go to Paris. Italy is my favorite Ideal job after Cal: Something in the communications field, like television broadcasting Weird fact not many people know about me: My fingers are double jointed in many ways! Reality Show I want to be on: American Idol, because I have great vocals Secret food cravings: Chips and salsa Two more facts about me: My parents go to ALL my games, and I was also thinking about playing soccer in college


GETTING TO KNOW AMY...

Places I want to travel: France, India and the Caribbean Ideal job after Cal: To work in advertising for Gatorade Weird fact not many people know about me: My left ear was folded over when I was born Reality show I want to be on: Dancing with the Stars Secret food cravings: My mom’s bean casserole and Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles

AMY BISHOP • 22 IF • Sophomore Bats: R • Throws: R Glendale, Calif. Glendale HS 2009: Played in five games this season for the Bears…drew a walk against UC Riverside (3/1), her lone advancement to first base as a hitter this season…had two outs for a 1.000 fielding percentage. High School: Was a four-year letterwinner in softball at Glendale...four times named an All-Pacific League selection, earning first-team accolades twice...named the team MVP her junior season and was a two-time Glendale News Press all-area choice two years...also played soccer and volleyball her freshman and sophomore seasons...heavily involved with off the field school projects, including freshman class president and the sophomore class vice president...served on student council all four years and was in the National Honors Society. Personal: Intends to major in media studies...has two older sisters and an older brother...lists Jackie Robinson as her favorite athlete. Why I Chose Cal: “Two Reasons. The first are the people. Everyone here is so different, but they all have something interesting to bring to the table. I have something new to learn from each person I meet. And second, it’s the pride, the energy, enthusiasm and overall atmosphere at Cal that makes me proud to say I’m a Bear.”

Year 2009

G 5

MARISSA DREWREY • 11 P • Senior Bats: R • Throws: R Oakdale, Calif. Oakdale HS 2009: Third in the Pac-10 in strike­outs (241), fourth in ERA (2.14), and fifth in opposing batting average (.212)...10 shutouts this season, ranking her 19th in the nation... back-to-back seasons with 20 or more wins and back-to-back seasons with 200 or more strikeouts…named the Muscle Milk California Student-Athlete of the Week (2/23) after her performances in the circle at the Cathedral City Classic, going 3-1 at the CCC with a 0.33 ERA, two complete game shutouts and 25 strikeouts…against Ole Miss (2/20), pitched a one-hit shutout and was two outs away from a perfect game before giving up the lone hit in the seventh inning…the following game against NC State (2/20), pitched 6.2 innings and tied her season-high with 11 Ks…against Maryland (2/21), again pitched a complete game shutout, scattering four hits and walking just one with 8 Ks in Cal’s 7-0 win…tossed five shutout innings and recorded 10 Ks (1 hit) against Riverside (3/1), and pitched a two-hit shutout against Providence (3/7)…

BISHOP’S CAREER STATISTICS

AB 3

R 0

H AVG 0 .000

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 0 0

BB 1

K 1

SB 0-0

compiled a 3-0 record at the Chevron Spring Fling Tournament in Hawaii (3/11-13) with a 0.40 ERA, one shutout, allowing just six hits, one earned run, three walks and 20 Ks in 17.1 innings pitched…tossed a complete game shutout against Memphis (3/11), allowing just one walk and scattering three hits with 7 Ks in 7 innings of work…vs. Hawaii (3/12), allowed just two hits with a run in five innings, as the Bears blasted Hawaii, 10-1 in five innings…relieved Valerie Arioto in the second inning of the game against St. John’s (3/13), dominating the Red Storm by striking out 10 and allowing just one hit with no walks and no runs in 5.1 innings, the fourth time this season that Drewrey has posted 10 or more Ks in an outing…struck out seven batters in 3.0 innings against Pacific (3/25)... struck out four batters and allowed no hits in her three innings of relief work against Saint Mary’s (4/15), earning the win...pitched a complete game one-hitter while striking out seven against Oregon (4/26), coming within one out of her second career no-hitter...went the distance to earn the win against Arizona State (5/2) and only surrendered four hits and two runs…picked up her ninth shut out of the season with a 1-0 victory over Washington (5/8)...three complete game victories at the Regional with a 1.00 ERA...pitched 10th shutout of the season vs. Oklahoma State (5/16), not allowing a hit until the fifth inning... first team all-region. 2008: All-Pac-10 honorable mention and NFCA All-Pacific Region second-team... named to the Fresno All-Regional team... compiled a 29-19 record with a 1.94 ERA (No. 10 in the Pac-10) and 312 strikeouts (No. 4 in the Pac-10), including ten 10+ strikeout performances...set the school record for starts in a season (48) and had the second most appearances for a season (55, record is 56 by Holly Yost, 1997)...totaled 11 strikeouts at the Super Regional at Florida (May 23-24)... picked up three wins at the Fresno Regional, including her 11th shutout of the season with 10 Ks against Fresno State on May 17...also earned the win in the opener against San Diego State on May 16 (one run, seven hits, five Ks)...collected her 300th strikeout of the year and earned her 40th career win against Fresno State in the Regional Championship on May 18...nearly pitched a perfect game against UC Davis (4/30) but settled for the one-hit shutout (no walks) in Cal’s 1-0 win... earned her fourth career save against Washington (4/27)...tossed her ninth shutout of the year with 10 strikeouts in Cal’s 1-0 win over Stanford (4/20)...pitched a career-high 11 innings in Cal’s 3-2 win over Oregon (4/11)... earned win No. 20 after allowing one run to nationally-ranked Arizona on Mar. 29... earned her first career Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week honor (3/18) after compiling a 4-0 record and a 0.72 ERA at the Capital Clas-

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Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

DREWREY’S CAREER STATISTICS

APP GS 40 23 55 48 51 42 146 113

CG 5 33 21 59

W L SV ERA IP H 11 8 3 4.36 123.2 148 29 19 1 1.94 314.0 274 24 11 1 2.14 218.2 168 64 38 5 3.54 655.4 590

sic in Sacramento (3/14-16)...returned from an injury that sidelined her over a week and threw two complete game shutouts against nationally-ranked Ohio State and Oklahoma at the Capital Classic...against No. 19 Ohio State, allowed seven hits (and just three after the second inning) to go along with 10 strikeouts in the 2-0 victory...in the following game, limited No. 11 Oklahoma to three hits over seven innings with three strikeouts...in the final day of the tournament vs. Nevada, fanned a career-best 16 batters to help the Golden Bears to a 5-2 win...won her 20th career game, allowing one earned run on three hits with five strikeouts against No. 15-ranked Hawaii (3/1)...tossed a one hitter against Santa Clara (2/23), striking out nine of the 15 batters she faced...earned the win against Nebraska at the Kajikawa Classic (2/15) when she allowed one run on one hit with six Ks in seven innings of work in Cal’s 6-1 victory...was impressive in Cal’s opening weekend of play at the Cathedral City Classic with 14 strikeouts vs. Winthrop and 13 strikeouts vs. New Mexico State. 2007: Finished her freshman campaign with an 11-8 record with three saves...posted a 4.36 ERA and 71 strikeouts...despite suffering the loss to UMass (2/10), impressive in her first collegiate start, allowing just one run on two hits with a strikeout in six innings of work...went 3-1 from 2/20-25...picked up the win after allowing one run on four hits in 3.2 innings of work vs. Maryland (2/25)... compiled a 2-0 record with a 2.00 ERA from 3/7-11...allowed one run on four hits in six innings of work for her seventh victory of the season vs. Iowa State (3/11)...recorded a solid outing for her eighth win of the season (nine hits, one run, four strikeouts) vs. Nevada (3/16)...registered a season-high six strikeouts to help Cal defeat Nevada for a second straight time (3/17)...had the best outing of her career (4/28) when she pitched her first career complete game, a three-hit shutout in Cal’s 1-0 win over No. 7 Arizona State (ASU had the 3rd-best offense in the league)...picked up her second save of the season after striking out three ASU batters in 1.2 innings of work (4/29)...registered her third save of the season, allowing one hit in 2.0 innings at UCLA (5/4)...collected the win

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G 53

R ER BB K 95 77 74 71 115 87 157 312 82 67 100 241 292 231 331 553

at Washington after allowing one run on five hits in five innings of work (5/5)...saw action in the Tuscaloosa Regional (5/18-20) and had three strikeouts in 1.2 innings of work vs. Florida State (5/18). High School: Helped lead Oakdale HS to Division III Section titles in 2005 and ‘06... selected the Modesto Player of the Year as a junior and a senior...voted league MVP three times...selected team MVP from 2004-06... finished her high school career with 0.14 ERA and 1,004 strikeouts. Personal: Undeclared major...parents are Luann and Steve Drewrey...has one sibling, Jamie. Why I chose Cal: “I chose Cal because I will not only be getting one of the best educations from the No. 1 public university in the country, but I also have the opportunity to play for a top Pac-10 softball program. And another plus, I’m only an hour and a half from home.”

GETTING TO KNOW MARISSA...

Places I want to travel: Italy Ideal job after Cal: I want to be an interior designer and design the insides of hotels in Las Vegas Weird fact not many people know about me: For my 2008 New Year’s resolution, I went the whole year without eating fast food Reality show I want to be on: MTV’s “The Real World” Secret food cravings: Mashed potatoes, Hershey’s with almonds and sushi My hidden talent: I absolutely love to cook Two more facts about me: The small town where I’m from is known as the cowboy capital of the world, and I am by far the biggest Cal football and basketball fan ever

ECHAVARRIA’S CAREER STATISTICS AB 119

R 17

H AVG 23 .193

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 0 5

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BB 3

K 31

SB 6-7

FRANI ECHAVARRIA • 1 OF • Sophomore Bats: L • Throws: R Riverside, Calif. Martin Luther King HS 2009: Started 49 of the 53 games she played in as a true freshman…named an Pac-10 All-Freshman honorable mention… ended the year with a .193 average, driving in five runs and scoring 17 herself off 23 hits… went 2-for-3 with two runs scored in her Bear debut, the 15-2 vic­tory over Liberty (2/6)… also logged her first collegiate stolen base in the Liberty game…drove in the first runs of her ca­reer against Fordham (2/8), a single up the middle in the six-run first inning of the game…scored five runs in four games at the Cathedral City Kickoff Tournament (2/6-8)… scored a pair of runs at the Hawaii Tournament (3/12)…had the second multi-hit game of her career against Stanford (4/11), going getting two hits in two official at-bats as well as reaching base after being hit by a pitch, scoring a run in the Bears’ 8-6 victory…drove in a pair of runs against Oregon State (4/24)... went 7-for-9 at the plate in the Regional, hitting seven singles, scoring twice. High School: A product of Martin Luther King High School in Riverside, Echavarria earned multiple accolades as a junior for the Wolves...a second-team all-CIF performer and earned first-team nods for all-county and all-league as well...named as her school’s Most Valuable Player after logging a .524 batting average and 29 runs in 2007...as a sophomore, Echavarria earned first-team all-league honors and set single-season school records for stolen bases...did not play softball her senior year under the direction of head coach Doug Myers, Echavarria was a member of the Orange County Batbusters club team that won back-to-back national championships in 2005 and 2006. Personal: Has aspirations of obtaining a Master’s Degree in criminal law and justice to pursue a career with the FBI...wants to be an


All-American and win a WCWS before leaving Cal...was a scholar athlete in high school. Why I Chose Cal: “I chose California because I really fell in love with the campus and traditions. I feel very lucky to be able to attend a great college and also have amazing coaches. Coaches Ninemire and Lohmann have this amazing support system that ensures you nothing but success. Yes, they offered me an opportunity to attend a Pac10 school for four years, but they welcomed me into a family that will truly last a lifetime.”

GETTING TO KNOW FRANI... Places I want to travel: I would love to travel to Rome, Italy or Spain Ideal job after Cal: To become a district attorney and then become a politician Weird fact not many people know about me: I get nervous around clowns! Reality Show I want to be on: MTV’s “Made” - I would want to be made into an ultimate fighter Secret food cravings: My mom’s cooking Two more facts about me: My hero would have to be my older brother, Ronnie, Jr., he serves in the United States Air Force, and I am the first person in my family to go to college

JAYME GOODWIN • 15 UT • Freshman Bats: R • Throws: R Dublin, Calif. Dublin HS High School: Played basketball and ran track for four years at Dublin High School... took her teams to North Coast Sections twice with track and thrice with basketball...member of her high school’s record-setting 4X4 relay squad, Goodwin is a gifted sprinter and will be a threat for the Bears on the basepaths...allleague honorable mention in 2007 as well as defensive player of the year in 2009...a member of the national high school honor society.

Personal: Uncle, Tom Goodwin, played professional baseball from 1995-2004 with the Royals, Dodgers, Rangers, Rockies, Giants and Cubs...father, Hugh, and aunt attended Cal while her mother, Cheryl, went to UCLA, where her father went to law school...aspires to be a doctor or lawyer after her time at Cal. Why I Chose Cal: “It is one of the best academic schools in the country. Berkeley is an amazing city to attend college. Plus, it’s close to home and the athletics are great! How could you go wrong at Cal?”

GETTING TO KNOW JAYME… Something on my iPod that might surprise you: Phantom of the Opera Most interesting thing I did this summer was: Go to Hawaii When I’m upset, I like to: listen to music and dance. I get mad when I miss this TV show: “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” The best moment in sports history was when: I made the winning basket.  Cal is better than other schools because: There is something new on Sproul Plaza everyday.

Personal: Following graduation from Cal, Henderson, hopes to become involved in the business world, play professionally or become a college coach...attended Sheldon HS with fellow freshman Lindsey Ziegenhirt...parents are Joe and Mickey Henderson, both of whom attended Idaho State; and her father, Joe, played football there. Why I Chose Cal: “Cal has a great softball program, the academics are top notch, and I want to play on TV.”

GETTING TO KNOW JOLENE…

Most interesting thing I did this summer was: Go to Florida for ESPN, and then visit my best friend in Tennessee, where we ate catfish and fished for hours Cal is better than other schools because: We are Cal! We set the pace for academics and athletics! The best part about softball is: That it is a true acceptor and you can always get better at it. It relaxes you and makes you a better person when it comes to adversity One thing I learned from my parents is: Be respectful and humble to others Something on my iPod that might surprise you: I have music from piano to hard-core rap to country A hidden talent of mine is: I can balance water bottles on my head

JOLENE HENDERSON • 54 P • Freshman Bats: R • Throws: R Elk Grove, Calif. Elk Grove HS High School: Led her Sheldon High School team to section championships in 2007 and 2008 and to a second-place section finish in 2009...thrice named first-team all-league and twice named MVP of her league...Henderson was also an ESPN/Under Armor All-American in 2008 and 2009...started with on the varsity squad since her sophomore year...involved with her school’s Biotech Academy....2009 senior scholar athlete and lauded with the 2009 Marine Corps Poise Leadership athletic award and Sheldon HS Sportsmanship award.

SATI HOUSTON • 19 C • Junior Bats: R • Throws: R San Francisco San Francisco CC/ Lowell HS 2009: Drove in the game-winning run with her first collegiate hit, a single to right field, in the Bears’ 1-0 victory over Saint Mary’s (4/15)…the hit was also her first collegiate RBI in her first collegiate start…was 1-1 with a stolen base while pinch running against Riverside (3/1)…played in three games with

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Year 2009

G 3

SATI HOUSTON’S CAREER STATISTICS AB 3

R 0

H AVG 1 .333

2B 0

3B 0

HR RBI 0 0

BB 0

K 1

SB 1-1

three plate appearances…boasts a 1.000 field percentage with 19 put outs…joined the Golden Bears for the 2009 season after playing the previous year at San Francisco CC at the catcher position. High School: Earned first-team all-conference and second-team all-league honors her senior year...posted a .700 batting average in the postseason as Lowell won the conference championship with an 18-2 record in league...named team MVP and captain her senior year as well...garnered second-team all-conference honors as a junior and was the Rookie of the Year in the league as a freshman...also ran cross country. Personal: Intends on majoring in industrial engineering and operations research with aspirations of working in International Business/Relations...lists writing, cooking, running and swimming as hobbies...favorite athlete is Olympian Dara Torres. Why I Chose Cal: “I have dreamed of attending the University of California since I was a child. Most of my family attended Cal, so Blue and Gold has run in my veins since I was born.”

GETTING TO KNOW SATI... Places I want to travel: Taiwan, China, Italy and France Ideal job after Cal: Working in another country Weird fact not many people know about me: I thought I was born with a half tooth, but later found out that I just had a really bad cavity Reality Show I want to be on: MTV’s “Made” (to be a tap dancer) Secret food cravings: Garlic olive oil and sourdough bread Two random facts about me: I don’t eat beef and I had an afro for about 13 years.

SHANNON HOUSTON • 4 OF • Senior Bats: R • Throws: R New Egypt, N.J. New Egypt High School 2009: Finished the year with 38 appearances and 16 starts…had 10 hits and came around to score 10 times…was a perfect 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts…went 1-for-3 with a stolen base and a run scored in her first start of the season against George Washington (2/14)…had hits in both games of their games on March 7 against Providence and BYU at the Fresno State Tournament…had an RBI single in the Bears’ victory over Oregon State (4/5)…3-for-3 in stolen base attempts this season...scored a run as a pinch runner in the Regional (5/15). 2008: Appeared in 57 games with 39 starts...had a career day vs. Long Beach State (2/29), smacking a career-best four hits with three runs and an RBI...belted her first career grand slam in the bottom of the sixth inning with two outs at home against Sacramento State (3/11) to give Cal an 8-1 lead...scored a run against Florida in the Super Regional (5/24)...was 10-for-10 in stolen bases. 2007: Used primarily used as a pinch runner, scored 22 runs in 2007...finished 12-for-16 in stolen bases...had two stolen bases with a run scored at San Diego State (2/9)...recorded three stolen bases and went

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SHANNON HOUSTON’S CAREER STATISTICS

G 53 57 38 183

AB 29 93 49 215

R H AVG 2 6 .207 21 17 .187 10 10 .204 65 41 .191

2B 0 1 0 1

3B 0 1 0 1

HR RBI 0 5 1 1 0 3 1 9

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BB 4 13 5 22

K SB 1 12-16 24 10-10 14 3-3 39 25-29

1-for-1 with three runs and two RBI vs. Florida International (2/18)...scored a run vs. Ohio State (2/24) and went 1-for-1 vs. Maryland (2/25)...produced a .375 batting average with four runs and three RBI from Mar. 7-11...went 2-for-4 with a run and two RBI including a key hit which unlocked a 5-5 tie to score Bernice Masaniai and Gina Leomiti in the win vs. Iowa State (3/10)...had a stolen base and a run vs. Liberty (3/23)...scored runs against Stanford (4/7) and UCLA (4/22) in Pac-10 play. High School: Selected the 2006 South Jersey Player of the Year...led New Egypt HS to the 2006 state championship...chosen to the all-state team...set a team record with 30 stolen bases as a senior...won two state championships senior year in field hockey and softball...New Egypt also captured the 2004 South Jersey Section title...picked up all-state honors for field hockey and softball during her senior year...earned varsity letters all four years in field hockey and softball... member of the National Honor Society... played for the New Jersey Breaker club team. Personal: Undeclared major...parents are Patricia and Richard Houston...has one sibling, Abbey. Why I chose Cal: “I chose Cal because I don’t think there is a better place in the country to come to school whether it is for sports or academics. The softball program is more than competitive and the school academically cannot be beat. The weather lets you train outside all year and the City (San Francisco) is close by so there is plenty to do. Cal is a one of a kind school and from every aspect it is a great school.”

GETTING TO KNOW SHANNON...

Places I want to travel: All of Europe, especially Italy and Paris Ideal job after Cal: To be a market research analyst for Nike Weird fact not many people know about me: I am from the East Coast and love pork roll Reality show I want to be on: “Top Chef,” because I love to cook Secret food cravings: Chocolate addiction, specifically peanut M&Ms, and rocky road ice cream with mini M&Ms added In my spare time: I like to play Donkey Kong


Oregon State (5/2)...smacked two hits and had an RBI at Oregon (5/3)...notched a run and hit against Fresno State (5/17)...scored runs in three straight games (5/17-18)...went a perfect 3-for-3 with a run against Fresno State in the Regional Championship (5/18).

TAYLOR KELLY • 23 SS • Junior Bats: R • Throws: R Santee, Calif. Santana High School 2009: Closed her junior campaign with a .255 batting average with 37 hits…fourth on the team with six homers…was 4-for-4 on stolen-base attempts…had one double and one triple…13 of her 24 RBI came in Pac-10 games this season…belted three of her six home runs off Pac-10 pitching...batting .444 against left-handed pitching this season…had six games this season driving in two or more runs…batted .333 with the bases loaded in the regular season…went 4-for-9 at the Capital City Classic (3/7-8)…hit a pair of singles to drive in three runs in the Bears’ victory over UCLA (3/29)…drove in three runs on two base hits in the Bears’ victory over Oregon State (4/5)…named the Pac-10 Player of the Week for the week ending 4/12, earning the honor for the first time in her career by belting the game (and series)-winning two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning in the third game of the Stanford series…smashed a grand slam against Arizona (4/19)…went 2-for-2 against Oregon (4/25) and scored two runs in the victory. 2008: Played in 53 games with 47 starts... scored a pair of runs vs. UAB (2/22)...went 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI in a 9-2 win over nationally-ranked Hawaii...plated two runners vs. Boston College (3/7)...had a run and a hit at St. Mary’s (4/16)...hit her first home run of the season, a two-run shot, and scored two runs against Washington (4/26)...scored the game-winning run against UC Davis in the bottom of the seventh inning (4/30)...notched a pair of hits with a run at

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

G 51 53 54 158

AB 109 103 141 353

2007: Played in 51 games in her first season and produced five stolen bases, 17 runs and 15 RBI...tallied two hits with an RBI and a run scored vs. Kansas (2/9)...went 2-for-3 with a double and RBI vs. Utah State (2/18)...went 1-for-3 with a run and RBI vs. Santa Clara (2/28)...had her best game of the season by going 4-for-5 with five RBI vs. UConn on Mar. 9...scored two runs vs. Eastern Illinois (3/10)... scored a run vs. Nevada (3/16)...tripled and scored a run vs. Arizona State (4/29)...scored two runs vs. Florida State in the Tuscaloosa Regional (5/18).

H AVG 23 .211 26 .252 37 .262 86 .244

In high school: I was known as the girl who wore nothing but sweats Two random facts about me: I have a dog named Skittles Me Fat Kelly and a cat named Mr. Whisker Biscuits, and I do a really good Cher impression Ideal job after Cal: Child psychologist Weird fact not many people know about me: I have slept with the same stuffed animal for 20 years and take it on every road trip Reality show I want to be on: “Deal or No Deal” Secret food cravings: Ranch dressing, carne asada fries and ravioli with pink sauce from Gypsy’s

High School: Selected league Player of the Year as a senior...led Santana HS to a 2005 league title...Santana HS also captured a 2004 CIF championship...earned all-county and all-league honors all four years...an Honor Roll member all four years of high school... played for The Next Level club team. Personal: Intended psychology major... enjoys singing songs by Cher...parents are Cindy and Robert Kelly, and has one sister, Crystal. Why I chose Cal: “Attending the University of California has been a goal of mine since I was young. I remember the day I started playing travel ball, my coach and inspiration, Chris Facione (who also attended Cal), told me that he was going to help me achieve this dream of mine. I grew up hearing stories about Cal and how great it was to not only go to school with amazing athletes but also meet very intelligent individuals. When I came on my visit to Berkeley, I knew the moment I walked down Telegraph, that this is where I belonged. Receiving the opportunity to attend Cal and play softball for the Golden Bears is something that I have been working for my entire life. Now, I am excited to continue reaching for goals, not only as a team, but as a family.”

KELLY’S CAREER STATISTICS R 17 19 20 56

GETTING TO KNOW TAYLOR...

2B 3 1 1 5

3B 1 0 1 2

HR RBI BB 1 15 23 1 10 29 6 26 15 8 51 67

K SB 38 5-5 19 3-3 29 5-7 86 13-15

DIANE LEIDER • 33 IF/UT • Freshman Bats: R • Throws: R Long Beach, Calif. Lakewood HS High School: Was her squad’s 2009 and 2008 defensive player of the year at Lakewood High School and was a three-time all-league second-team selection...helped her team to

GETTING TO KNOW DIANE... I get mad when I miss this TV show: “Dancing With The Stars!!!!” The best moment in sports history was when: Cal won the NCAA World Series!! Cal is better than other schools because: It is open to diversity and is the No. 1 public school in the country. It is also always in contention for NCAA titles. Something I learned from my parents is: To believe you can succeed with hard work and a respectful attitude. If I wasn’t a softball player, I’d would be: A gymnast or ballroom dancer! My hidden talents are: I love to draw cartoon characters and I am an actress.

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three years as Moore League champions...the Lancers reached the CIF semifinals her senior year and the quarterfinals during her junior and sophomore seasons...four-year varsity softball player at Lakewood High School, where she was also a member of the ASB. Personal: A four-year member of the honor roll, Leider graduating with high honors and a 3.97 grade-point average...Leider’s uncle, Richard, and a cousin, Megan, also attended Cal...parents are Leo and Rossana Leider... lists working in sports marketing or becoming a doctor as two possible career options. I Chose Cal because: “I wanted to attend a college where I could play Pac-10 Division 1 softball and get the best education available. I knew with our coaching staff, I would be pushed athletically, grow as a player as well as a person.”

ELIA REID • 5 OF • Sophomore Bats: R • Throws: R Buena Park, Calif. Kennedy High School 2009: Started 52 of Cal’s 54 games in the outfield for the Bears...named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team…racked up 26 stolen bases, 27 RBI, six home runs…had a .271 average in the regular season...began the season on a five-game hitting streak (2/62/13) and batted .600 with a homerun, a triple, 10 RBI, and 5 runs scored … hit her first collegiate home run against Wichita State (2/13) … stole four bases against George Washington (2/14) and did so again against Hawai’I (3/12) … went 3-for-3 against UNLV (3/20) with a double and a triple … went 2-for-3 with two RBI, two runs scored, and a home run against UCLA (3/29) … hit home runs in backto-back games in the pair of home victories over UCLA (3/28-29)… reached base three times, with two hits, against Oregon State (4/24), steal­ing two bases and scoring all three times … in three games against Arizona State, went 4-for-10 with two runs scored and three driven in...hit a three-run home run in the final game of the regular season

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against Washington (3/9)....hit a home run in her first career post-seasaon game against Mississippi State (5/15). High School: Had a sound senior campaign, compiling a .383 batting average with 20 runs, 20 RBI, two Doubles, seven home runs and 15 stolen bases...earned first-team all-county, second-team all-state and secondteam all-league honors...named Kennedy’s Offensive Player of the Year award and had a Nike Sparq Rating of 134.01, second-highest score in a group of over 300 girls from over 26 high school teams from California, Arizona and Nevada in March...Kennedy won the Empire League Championship with a 29-4 record, and advanced to the CIF Division II semifinals...hit .379 as a junior, with 17 runs, 25 RBI and 22 stolen bases...nabbed first-team all-league, second-team all-county, second-team CIF and second-team all-state accolades...the Irish were league champions and a CIF Division II runner-up that year... Kennedy did not lose a league game after her freshman year...also competed in track and was an all-county performer in the 200m... ranks on the Orange County High School Girls All-Time Top 25 List in the 100 and 200 meter events...was a member of the Firecrackers 18 Gold club team that captured the ASA National Championship and Canada’s Cup Championship in 2007. Personal: Her twin sister, Jamia, is also on the team as an outfielder...undeclared major... lists Natasha Watley as her favorite athlete... has a cousin, Mark Logan, who played with the San Francisco 49ers. Why I Chose Cal: “Cal has great players and I see great things happening in the future. Also, I didn’t want to be too far away from my family and friends.”

GETTING TO KNOW ELIA... Places I want to travel: Italy, Jamaica and Europe Ideal job after Cal: I would love to work for Nike, Under Armour or Worth Weird fact not many people know about me: I hate when people chew on their jacket strings Reality show I want to be on: “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” Secret food cravings: Cinnamon rolls and peanut butter cookies If I had a choice: I would prefer to be cold rather than hot.

Year 2009

OF • Sophomore Bats: L • Throws: R Buena Park, Calif. Kennedy High School 2009: Broke the school single-sea­son record with her 29th stolen base at Pacific (3/25)…finished the season with 47 steals, which was tops in the Pac-10, and third in the nation per game…in the Pac-10, she was 10th in batting average (.361), tied for ninth with hits (65) and tied in fifth place with three triples…was not caught stealing from 3/7-5/9, a span of 33 games…suc­cessful on 26 straight steal attempts until she was thrown out in her first attempt in the Regional against Mississippi State (5/15)…steal attempt vs. Mississippi State was the only time all season she has been thrown out at second, other two were an attempt on third and a failed attempt at home as part of a double steal...led the team in hits (65) and second in runs with 39….ended the regular season leading the team in batting aver­age (.345)... selected to two All-Tournament Teams - the Carolina Classic and the Bayer CropSciences Classic… at the Cathedral City Kickoff in the opening weekend, 2-for-5, including a two-run home run, the first of her collegiate career, against Houston (21/6) … went 2-for-4 with two runs, including her second home run – a three-run job in the second inning against Liberty (2/6)...in her third game, continued her torrid pace at the plate with two hits, two runs and two-run home run in the first inning against Illinois (2/7) … hit a two-out two-run home run against Wichita State (2/13)… went 2-for-3 with two runs and three stolen bases against George Washington … launched her fifth home run of the season on the very first pitch in the fifth inning against Penn State (2/15) … went 4-for-4 against CS Fullerton (2/27) … finished February, the first month of her collegiate career, with five home runs, 14 RBI, 16 stolen bases, and a .365 batting

ELIA REID’S CAREER STATISTICS

G AB 52 144g

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R 25

H AVG 37 .257

2B 1

3B 2

HR RBI 6 27

BB 10

K SB 41 26-31


average in 16 games … hit .533 with five runs, one triple, two RBI, 10 total bases a slugging pct of .667 and eight stolen bases at the Bayer CropSciences Classic hosted by Fresno State (3/6-8) … stole four bases in a single game against Providence (3/7) … went 3-for7 at Oregon State (4/4-5),scoring three runs with a pair of RBI … went 5-for10 at the plate against Stanford (4/9-11), scoring two runs and driving in two more … stole four bases in a pair of games against Arizona State (5/2-3)...went 3-for-3 with a home run against UCLA (3/7)...scored the winning run in the Bears’ 1-0 victory over Washington (3/8)...closed the regular season with two or more stolen bases in five of her last six games, stealing ten bases since April 29...has had at least one hit in six of her last seven games...comes into the Super Regional on a six-game hitting streak, batting .600 (12for-20) during that streak…earned First Team All-Pacific Region honors as well as to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Squad. High School: Earned 2008 EA Sports Softball All-American honors after notching a .532 batting average her senior season, while helping lead Kennedy to a 29-4 record...whacked 50 hits, 28 runs scored and 20 stolen bases and went 18-for-24 over her last six games...as a senior, earned first-team all-county, CIF Division II Co-Player of the Year, first-team all-state, first-team all-league honors...selected Kennedy’s Offensive Player of the Year (along with her sister), LA Times’ first-team all star...Kennedy won the Empire League Championship with a 29-4 record, and advanced to the CIF Division II semifinals... posted a Nike Sparq rating of 139.02, highest score in a group of over 300 girls from over 26 high school teams from California, Arizona and Nevada in March...as a junior, hit .459, with 33 runs and 41 stolen bases...MVP of the league and earned first-team all-league, all-county, CIF and all-state honors...an EA Sports Softball All American second-team choice...Kennedy did not lose a league game after her freshman year......was a member of the Firecrackers 18 Gold club team that captured the ASA National Championship and Canada’s Cup Championship in 2007... an all-county track performer, was on the 400-yard relay team that set a state record her freshman year. Personal: Her twin sister, Elia is also on the team as an outfielder...undeclared major... lists Natasha Watley as her favorite athlete... has a cousin, Mark Logan, who played with the San Francisco 49ers...wants to work in sports marketing after college.

Year 2009

G 56

Why I Chose Cal: “I chose Cal because it has one of the best academic and softball programs on the West Coast. Cal will give me the opportunity to play with a team that will win a championship. I chose Cal because I wanted to play Pac-10 softball with and against the best players.”

GETTING TO KNOW JAMIA...

Four things I like: Being organized, sweets, spending money and listening to my iPod Places I want to travel: Cancun and Paris Ideal job after Cal: I want to work in the sports industry and to design a pair of shoes Weird fact not many people know about me: I like to do dishes to get my mind off things Reality show I want to be on: “Pimp my Ride” Secret food cravings: Cinnamon rolls and chocolate chip cookies

VERNAE SEVILLA • 12 IF • Senior Bats: R • Throws: R Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Rancho Cucamonga High School 2009: Completed her junior season with a .241 average, racking up 15 runs off 35 hits…batted .368 against Pac-10 pitching this season…went 11-for-25 at the plate in her first nine Pac-10 with an impressive .720 slugging percentage in those games with two home runs and a double among her 11 hits… batted .379 in the month of April … hit a grand slam and a double in Cal’s 9-1 victory over Illinois

JAMIA REID’S CAREER STATISTICS

AB 180

R 39

H AVG 65 .361

2B 4

3B 3

HR RBI 7 25

BB 10

K SB 44 47-50

(2/7) … went 2-for-2, scoring a run against Wichita State … hit a two-RBI double against Northern Illinois … had a pair of singles in three at-bats against BYU … had a single, a stolen base, and a home run, scoring twice in the Bears’ 9-5 victory over UCLA (3/29)… went 5-for-9 on the three games Arizona road trip (4/17-19)… drove in three runs in the Bears’ 11-2 victory over Oregon State (4/24). 2008: Missed an early portion of the season due to an injury...opened the 2008 campaign with a career-best three hits and a career-high four RBI in the season opener vs. UC Riverside (2/8)...scored a run in five straight games (2/15-20)...went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a run vs. Texas Tech (2/16)... went 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI vs. UC Riverside (3/25)...had two RBI vs. Pacific (3/26)...went 2-for-4 with two RBI vs. Saint Mary’s (4/16)...hit her first homer of the year at Stanford - a three-run job in the second inning...had a double in the Super Regional at Florida (5/24). 2007: Earned a Pac-10 honorable mention nod in her first season in a Cal uniform after hitting .241 with 23 RBI and seven doubles... had a six-game hitting streak (3/28 to 4/6)... had three hits, two runs, and an RBI at the Campbell-Cartier Classic (2/9-10)...stroked two base hits with a run scored in the seasonopener vs. Kansas (2/9)...tallied two hits with three RBI and a run scored vs. Utah State (2/18)...went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI and a run scored vs. Delaware St. (3/2)...hit her first home run to go along with a single and three RBI vs. Liberty (3/23)...went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI at Oregon on Mar. 30... whacked a two-run home run in the sixth inning vs. Stanford (4/6)...went 1-for-3 with two RBI vs. Washington (4/20)...produced Cal’s lone hit of the afternoon vs. No. 7 Arizona State, however it was the difference maker as her two-out solo home run in the fifth inning gave the Golden Bears a 1-0 upset victory (4/28)...went 1-for-2 with two RBI and a run at

GETTING TO KNOW VERNAE...

Places I want to travel: Paris, Spain, Australia and Dominican Republic Ideal job after Cal: To be a sonogram technician Weird fact not many people know about me: I wear the same number as my sister did in high school and college Reality show I want to be on: “Amazing Race,” so I can travel to many places Secret food cravings: My mom’s tacos with rice and my dad’s or sister’s salsa Two things about life before Cal: I have two siblings, and we grew up in Rancho Cucamonga.

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Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

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AB 158 149 145 452

R H AVG 14 38 .241 10 33 .221 15 35 .241 39 106 .235

Washington on (5/5)...notched a key two-run single in the sixth inning to give the Bears a 3-1 lead over Oregon (5/12). High School: Selected first team all-league in 2005 and 2006...was an All-CIF first-team selection her junior and a senior years...also a first-team all-state choice in 2006...earned first-team All-Inland Valley twice...selected to the 2006 Louisville Slugger NFCA High School All-Region Team...led her team to league titles in 2003 and 2005...also lettered in volleyball... played for the California Cruisers. Personal: Undeclared major...parents are Pilar and Jesus Sevilla...has two older siblings, Vanessa, who graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and Valerie, who graduated from Arizona State...older sister Valerie played softball at Arizona State. Why I chose Cal: “I choose Cal because it is one of the best schools for academics. Having a great softball team was a plus. I have always wanted to go to Cal since I was little, so this was a dream come true.”

SHANNON THOMAS • 24 IF • Senior Bats: L • Throws: R Antioch, Calif. University of Texas/ Freedom High School 2009: Has the second-highest single season stolen base total in Cal history with 33… suc­cessful in her last seven steal attempts, last being caught stealing against Stanford (4/9)…tied for fifth in the Pac-10 with eight sacrifice bunts and third in stolen baes (33)…

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2B 7 5 4 16

3B 0 0 0 0

HR RBI 3 23 1 17 5 17 9 57

BB 14 9 10 33

K 32 17 25 74

SB 1-1 1-1 4-4 6-6

logged her first hit and her first RBI as a Golden Bear against Liberty (2/6) … stole three bases, scoring two runs, against Fordham (2/8) … had a pair of multi-hit games at the Cathedral City Kickoff, going 2-for-3 with three runs scored against Maryland (2/21), followed by a 2-for-4 performance at the plate against Kansas (2/22) … went 4-for-9 at the plate in the Stanford series (4/9-11) … logged a four-game hitting streak (4/18-25) … went 2-for-2, scoring two runs against Oregon State (4/24)… )…tied for fifth in the Pac-10 with eight sacrifice bunts…third amongst the Pac-10 with 33 stolen bases…Thomas returned home to the Bay Area and will join the Golden Bears for the 2009 season after playing two seasons with the Texas Longhorns (2006-07). 2007 (Texas): Earned NFCA All-Midwest Region first team and All-Big 12 second-team honors...left as Texas’ single-season record holder in stolen bases (35) and career leader in triples (13)...started all 55 games, playing left field and at second base...led the squad in batting average (.326), hits (60), runs (36) and stolen bases (35) [all career highs]... throttled a team-best 15 multi-hit games, including six games with three hits...moved to first all-time at Texas in career triples after whacking a team-best six triples...collected a total of nine stolen bases (9-of-10) over a seven-game stretch...registered a 3-for-4 performance in UT’s 12-0 win over Oklahoma Christian, adding two runs, one triple and two stolen bases...headlined the offense in its 2-0 win at Texas State, going 3-for-4 with two stolen bases. 2006 (Texas): Appeared in all 64 games, starting 62 (42 at second base, 19 in left field, one at designated player)...had five doubles and a team-best and school single-season record seven triples...was third on the team with 29 runs scored...was clutch with five game-winning RBI and hit .306 with runners on base...started all eight of UT’s NCAA Championship games in left field, recording a double, RBI and a stolen base in NCAA action...drove in the winning run in UT’s 1-0 win over No. 17 Washington at the Austin Super Regional with a fifth-inning double...had two

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High School: Played her senior year at Freedom High School (Oakley, Calif.) under head coach Michele Biglow after transferring from Deer Valley High School (Antioch, Calif.), where she played her first three years... second-team all-state as a senior as she helped Freedom finish the season ranked 11th in California...an All-Northern California performer...four-time all-league shortstop... twice named to the Contra Costa Times list of top 100 prep athletes...maintained a batting average of at least .375 in each of her four seasons of high school ball...also played basketball as a freshman and sophomore at Deer Valley...played the 2005 season for the O.C. Batbusters in Orange County, Calif., under Tyrone Davis...the Batbusters placed third at the 2005 Under-18 Gold Nationals in Salinas, Calif....previously played for the San Jose Strikers in San Jose, Calif., under head coach Tom Sorci...Strikers placed ninth at the 2003 Under-18 Gold Nationals. Personal: Has an older sister, Shanel... named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll during the fall of 2006 and spring of 2007...recipient of the 2006-07 UT Women’s Athletics Janet Hauber Academic Excellence Award and the 2005-06 Betty L. McCormick Endowed Scholarship. Why I Chose Cal: “I love California. It’s where I’m from and a great place to be.”

GETTING TO KNOW SHANNON...

Places I want to travel: London, Africa and Japan Ideal job after Cal: Working with under privileged children Weird fact not many people know about me: I talk out loud to remember the things I need to do throughout the day Reality show I want to be on: MTV’s “The Real World, New York” Secret food cravings: Buffalo pretzels In my spare time: I play Guitar Hero

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triples (a school single-game record) against Fordham (2/17), including a game-winning two-RBI triple in the bottom of the sixth inning...posted a 4-for-7 effort with two doubles, a triple, four runs scored and a stolen base in the doubleheader sweep of North Texas.

R 33

H AVG 44 .273

2B 0

3B 2

HR RBI 0 8

BB 15

K SB 20 33-36


JORDAN WALLACE • 2 IF • Freshman Bats: R • Throws: R Vallejo, Calif. Fairfield High School High School: Multiple all-league performer and was selected as the MVP of the Monticello Empire League in 2007…co-MVP in 2006… earned all-state honors twice, including a firstteam nod for the 2008 season when she hit a league-leading .461 with six home runs, 23 RBIs and 36 runs scored after batting .477 and hitting nine homers as a sophomore… member of the Sorcerer’s 18 Gold (ASA), and helped her team to a 13th-place finish at the 2008 Nationals. Personal: Earned several accolades in volleyball, including all-league honors for the Fairfield Falcons…her father, Melvin, is a former player with the San Diego Chargers. I Chose Cal because: I look great in Blue and Gold

GETTING TO KNOW JORDAN...

My favorite thing about the Bay Area: I am a city girl so I love constantly being on the move and the fast-paced lifestyle Something on my iPod that might surprise you: I have tons of country. I am a huge fan of Taylor Swift, Kelly Pickler and Faith Hill The most interesting thing I did this summer was: Win a National Championship in Oklahoma City When I’m upset, I like to: Color in my Disney Princess coloring book Cal is better than other schools because: Of the diversity. People are really nice and easy going here. We are all united by the term “Go Bears” The best part about softball is: Winning!! But the second best is forming a sisterhood and strong bond with my teammates.

JACE WILLIAMS • 9 IF • RS Sophomore Bats: Left • Throws: Right Los Angeles Washington/La Costa Canyon High School 2008 (at Washington): Second team AllPac-10 second baseman... named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team...ranked second on the team with a .333 batting average, a .503 slugging percentage and 12 doubles, while also tying for second with 34 RBI and 29 runs scored...led the team with a .411 onbase percentage, while her 18 walks tied for the team lead...her 53 hits ranked her third on the team...started 51 straight games after missing the first weekend of the season and getting a pinch-hit at-bat against Texas State in her first appearance...made 39 starts at second base and 12 at third...hit safely in each of her first 12 starts from Feb. 15-Mar. 2...also has two five-game hitting streaks and a four-game hitting streak...hit safely in 35 games in all...tallied 13 multi-hit games, including five games with three hits...recorded six multi-RBI games, including two games with four RBI...led the team in batting from the second week of the season until the end of the regular season...made an immediate impact in her first start of the season, going 2-for-3 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI vs. UMKC on Feb. 15...hit a two-run home run the next day vs. Southern Utah...hit 3-for-4 with a run scored and a stolen base vs. No. 3 Texas A&M on Feb. 17...in five games at the Kajikawa Classic (Feb. 15-17), hit .538 (7-for-13) with four runs scored and four RBI... hit .500 (7-for-14) at the Lobo Inivitational (Feb. 22-24)...on Feb. 22, went 3-for-4 with two runs scored, an RBI and a stolen base against Texas Tech...went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a double vs. Missouri the same day... named to the all-tournament team at the Husky Classic (Feb. 29-Mar. 2) after hitting .368 (4-for-11) with two runs scored and four RBI...homered and went 3-for-4 with three RBI and a pair of runs against Idaho State (Mar. 7)...drove in four runs, while going 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored the next day vs.

Southern Illinois...went 5-for-6 with two home runs and five RBI in a doubleheader against Utah State on Mar. 16, including going 3-for-3 with four RBI in the opener...picked up three hits in as many at-bats while doubling and driving in a run vs. Long Beach State (Mar. 21)...hit 2-for-4 with a home run vs. Utah the next day...hit safely in each of the Huskies first four Pac-10 games from Mar. 29-Apr. 4...doubled in a run in the Huskies win over California on Apr. 4...hit 2-for-3 with an RBI and a double at Arizona (Apr. 11)...went 2-for4 with two RBI at Cal on Apr. 26 after hitting sixth in the lineup, marking the first time all year she had hit below the three-hole...had an RBI-double at Oregon State (May 8)... hit a run-scoring double and scored once at Oregon the next day...went 2-for-4 in the Huskies win over Texas on the opening day of the NCAA Regional on May 16. High School: A four year starter and twotime All-CIF selection at third base (2005 and 2007)...a two-time first team All-Palomar League pick (2005 and 2007)...named the Today’s Local NewsFemale Athlete of the Year as a senior...as a junior, won the Golden Glove Award as the team’s best defensive player and was a second-team All-Palomar League selection...team MVP as a sophomore and senior, and team captain in each of her last three seasons...named first-team All-North County as a sophomore and senior, and was a second-team pick as a junior...also was a standout volleyball player...led LCCHS to three straight CIF San Diego Section volleyball titles...helped LCCHS to the state semifinals as a senior, and a No. 5 national ranking as a junior...was also a member of the Junior National SCVA Volleyball Team and played with the team in Italy at the 2006 World Cup...played summer softball with The Next Level under head coach Chris Facione for seven seasons...as a member of the 18Gold team, guided TNL to a 12th place finish at the 2006 ASA Nationals in Oklahoma City... also placed third at the 2004 ASA Nationals in Midland, Texas as a member of the 14-under TNL team...in 2005, Williams was among the top-40 softball players in the nation chosen to participate in the Futures Adidas Invitational in Las Vegas...a four-time Scholar-Athlete selection. Personal: Daughter of Jill and Dan Williams...has three brothers, Jake, Zachary, and James... Jace Marlee Williams was born in Long Beach, Calif. I Chose Cal because: I wanted to receive the best athletic and academic experience possible. I also wanted to play for a program that had a long standing tradition of winning and excellence.

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I Chose Cal because: It’s close to home, always a national championship competitor, and the coaches and players make the experience here like playing for a big family.

GETTING TO KNOW JACE... My favorite thing about the Bay Area: I love taking BART into San Francisco. The food, atmosphere, diversity and shopping are unmatched. Something on my iPod that might surprise you: 95 percent of my iPod is Reggae. Do you have any hidden talents? I have a passion for art and consider myself to be fairly artistic What is one thing about your hometown that you miss? Going to the beach everyday and enjoying my laid-back beach lifestyle Which words or phrases do you overuse? Gnarly, sick and tight The best moment in sports history was when: The Chargers win the Super Bowl in 2010. It has yet to happen.

GETTING TO KNOW LINDSEY...

LINDSEY ZEIGENHIRT • 17 C • Freshman Bats: Right • Throws: Right Elk Grove, Calif. Sheldon HS High School: Along with fellow freshman Jolene Henderson, Ziegenhirt was a member of the Sheldon High School team that won its section in 2007 and 2008 and was runnerup in 2009...three-time all-league first-team member...two-time ESPN/Under-Armor First-Team All-American (2008, 2009) and a 2008 EA Sports All-America second teamer. Personal: In addition to sporting her school colors on the field, Ziegenhirt was very involved at Sheldon High School in the Biotech Academy, the Athletic Counsel and a spirit club...In Berkeley, Lindsey is reunited her sister, Katie, who is in her fourth year at Cal...parents are Bob and Laura, who played softball as an undergrad at Pacific.

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My favorite thing about Berkeley or the Bay Area: The lack of chain stores and restaurants. My hometown is fairly suburbanized, so coming to a college town environment with lots of independent shops and restaurants is fun. I try something new everyday! The most interesting thing I did this summer was: I played softball in Florida at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex with 29 other high school All-Americans who were all going to dominating softball schools. It’s great to have friends that live across the country at competitor schools! The best moment in sports history was when: Women’s sports were introduced into the Olympics Cal is better than other schools because: The bay area can’t be beat. We’ve got school pride, incredible academics and successful sports. Cal’s got the best of everything One thing I learned from my parents is: Trust yourself. One thing about my hometown is: Living so close to my extended family. My uncle and grandparents were only a two-minute drive from my house. Also, having my best friends from high school to hang out with


SERIES RECORDS Opponent Adams State Adelphi Akron Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Auburn Ball State Baylor Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Brigham Young Buffalo Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Fullerton Cal State Hayward Cal State Northridge Cal State Stanislaus Carthage Central Michigan Chaminade Chico State Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Colorado State Columbia Connecticut Creighton DePaul Delaware State Drake East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Florida Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida State Fordham Fresno State George Washington Georgia Georgia State Georgia Tech Harvard Hawaii Hofstra Houston Humboldt State Idaho State Illinois Illinois State Indiana Iowa Iowa State Kansas Kent State Liberty Long Beach State Long Island LSU Louisiana Tech Loyola-Chicago Loyola Marymount Maine Maryland Massachusetts Memphis Mercer Miami-OH Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Miss. Valley State

Record 1-0 7-0 1-0 3-2 1-0 21-67 55-38 1-0 0-1 1-0 6-2 1-0 7-3 5-0 8-2 1-0 9-8-1 18-7 1-0 15-23 7-2 10-8 1-0 1-0 4-4 1-0 4-4 1-0 2-0 8-3 1-0 1-2 9-0 4-2 3-0 1-0 1-1 3-0 1-0 3-5 2-0 4-0 4-0 11-1 2-0 41-63 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-0 16-7 3-0 1-0 4-1 0-1 4-0 4-0 3-0 13-8 3-2 9-2 3-0 3-0 15-10 3-0 5-2 1-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 2-0 11-1 1-0 2-0 4-0 6-1 4-1 10-3 1-0 4-2 1-0

Last Meeting 3/6/87 3/27/91 3/14/98 5/19/07 2/22/08 4/19/09 5/3/09 3/19/98 2/27/09 3/17/95 3/17/07 3/7/08 2/28/98 2/21/99 3/20/09 3/25/06 4/9/93 3/22/09 4/16/82 2/27/09 2/25/85 3/6/04 4/2/81 3/25/81 2/18/00 4/27/90 4/19/80 3/19/94 3/24/06 3/21/09 3/17/06 3/9/07 3/15/98 3/3/07 3/2/07 3/14/98 3/26/06 3/10/07 3/21/03 5/24/09 2/13/00 2/27/04 2/18/07 5/18/07 2/8/09 3/8/09 2/14/09 2/14/99 3/25/01 3/8/03 3/25/05 3/12/09 3/24/02 2/6/09 3/26/79 4/18/80 2/7/09 5/19/06 3/22/92 3/9/07 3/10/07 2/22/09 3/25/06 2/6/09 2/29/08 3/19/06 5/30/04 3/1/96 3/7/07 2/27/05 5/20/04 2/21/09 2/10/07 3/11/09 3/5/06 3/14/06 3/23/07 2/20/05 3/13/04 2/20/09 3/15/09 3/2/06

Score 8-0 2-1 4-1 1-13 10-2 5-7 3-7 7-0 4-1 5-0 0-4 9-3 5-1 9-1 0-4 13-0 0-1 1-4 3-1 2-1 2-0 3-1 9-0 10-0 9-1 10-1 1-2 7-0 2-1 1-2 3-1 11-12 8-1 1-2 14-6 2-0 3-8 5-3 9-0 (5) 1-2 14-0 4-1 12-4 13-6 11-7 2-3 5-1 3-0 4-1 1-0 (8) 8-0 (5) 10-1 (5) 15-2 10-2 6-5 2-4 9-1 (6) 1-0 8-0 (5) 4-1 15-5 2-3 (8) 3-2 15-1 (5) 15-7 8-1 4-1 2-1 3-2 9-3 4-0 7-0 0-1 1-0 6-0 9-1 8-11 13-0 (5) 6-2 1-0 8-3 9-0

Winner Cal Cal Cal Alabama Cal Arizona Arizona State Cal Auburn Cal Baylor Cal Cal Cal BYU Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Chico State Cal Cal CSU Cal UConn Cal DePaul Cal Cal East Carolina Cal Cal Florida Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Fresno St. Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Idaho State Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal KU Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal UMass Cal Cal Cal Michigan Cal Cal Cal Cal Cal

Missouri Mount St. Mary’s Nebraska Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State Nittaidai Univ. (Japan) Northeast Louisiana North Carolina North Carolina State North Dakota State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern Notre Dame Oakland Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Oregon Tech Pacific Penn State Pittsburgh Portland State Princeton Providence Purdue Sacramento State St. John’s Saint Mary’s (CA) St. Mary’s (TX) Sam Houston State San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Sonoma State South Carolina Southeast Missouri State Southeastern Louisiana Southern California Southern Oregon State Southern Illinois Southwest Texas Southwestern Louisiana Stanford Syracuse Temple Tennessee Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M-Crps Chrst Texas Tech Texas-Arlington Toledo Tulsa U.S. International UC Davis UCLA UC Riverside UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Cruz UNLV Utah Utah State Virginia Washington Weber State West Texas State Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wichita State Winthrop Wisconsin Wright St

4-1 1-0 13-15 24-11-1 4-1 15-2 1-0 1-0 4-1 1-0 2-0 4-1 2-0 3-0 3-0 11-7 4-1 8-0 5-4 11-4 6-5 70-34 65-34 1-0 50-36-1 3-0 1-0 16-2 3-0 1-0 4-0 44-11 1-0 44-0 2-0 1-0 10-4 52-3 7-1 45-6 72-0 5-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 5-1 55-21 2-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-1 3-3 4-10 1-0 3-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 16-4 16-6 21-76 8-0 1-0 17-4 1-0 13-6 16-7 10-6 5-0 33-29 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 2-0 1-0 8-2 1-0

3/3/00 3/5/05 2/15/08 2/28/09 3/3/01 2/9/08 3/19/04 3/21/92 2/14/09 2/20/09 3/6/08 4/28/85 3/14/08 3/6/09 3/9/08 3/22/08 2/17/08 5/15/03 3/15/08 3/15/08 3/17/09 4/26/09 4/24/09 4/22/78 3/25/09 2/15/09 2/29/08 3/18/05 3/14/08 3/7/09 3/12/04 3/24/09 3/13/09 4/15/09 3/20/92 3/19/88 5/16/08 4/26/89 5/1/79 3/8/08 2/18/09 4/11/77 3/29/86 3/23/01 3/22/92 3/1/85 4/28/78 3/12/06 2/10/02 5/23/99 4/11/09 3/14/03 2/15/08 2/26/05 3/7/08 5/19/07 2/25/05 2/26/05 3/17/00 2/16/08 2/15/91 2/21/98 3/9/99 4/14/90 4/29/09 3/7/09 3/1/09 5/19/78 2/10/07 4/16/74 3/20/09 3/18/04 2/18/07 3/12/04 5/9/09 3/26/83 3/26/81 3/2/08 2/16/08 2/13/09 2/9/08 3/12/09 2/18/06

1-0 (9) Cal 12-0 Cal 6-1 Cal 5-4 Cal 3-1 Cal 2-3 NM State 5-1 Cal 10-0 (5) Cal 3-4 UNC 2-1 (8) Cal 4-1 Cal 7-0 Cal 4-1 Cal 8-1 Cal 2-0 Cal 1-0 Cal 3-4 ND 8-0 (6) Cal 2-0 Cal 2-0 Cal 2-1 Cal 1-0 Cal 11-2 (5) Cal 25-0 Cal 11-6 Cal 4-0 Cal 3-2 Cal 6-0 Cal 11-2 Cal 3-0 Cal 8-0 Cal 1-2 (8) Sac State 6-2 Cal 1-0 Cal 9-0 (5) Cal 4-0 Cal 4-1 Cal 10-0 (5) Cal 14-0 Cal 15-4 Cal 11-0 (5) Cal 14-4 Cal 6-2 Cal 5-4 Cal 12-0 (5) Cal 10-0 Cal 8-7 Cal 9-0 Cal 2-3 (8) Southwest Texas 8-1 Cal 8-6 Cal 8-0 (5) Cal 11-0 Cal 7-3 Cal 3-1 Cal 1-3 Tennessee Tech 1-0 Cal 2-5 Texas A&M 3-2 Cal 12-4 Cal 2-0 Cal 17-1 Cal 2-0 Cal 1-3 USIU 3-1 Cal 1-2 UCLA 8-3 Cal 4-0 Cal 2-0 Cal 8-7 Cal 8-0 (6) Cal 8-3 Cal 13-1 Cal 8-0 Cal 3-11 (5) UW 4-3 Cal 8-0 Cal 7-2 Cal 8-0 Cal 8-0 Cal 5-1 Cal 2-0 Cal 8-1 Cal

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2009 SEASON IN REVIEW

Valerie Arioto

2009 SUMMARY Cal advanced to its fourth Super Regional appearance since the NCAA adopted the Super Regional format in 2005…2009 marked Cal’s 24th straight NCAA postseason appearance…the Bears earned at at-large selection to the Tallahassee Regional… the Bears captured their 10th regional title in the last 11 years…Cal took the regional after defeating Oklahoma State, 2-1…junior pitcher Marissa Drewrey was stellar, tossing a two-hitter for the victory…it was her third consecutive complete game performance in three days, following an 8-3 win over Mississippi State (May 15) and a 2-0 shutout against Oklahoma State (May 16) before the final (May 17)…sophomore pitcher/first baseman Valerie Arioto was named to the AllPac-10 first team, after being selected to the second team in 2008…freshman Jamia Reid earned second team honors after leading the Pac-10 in steals…juniors Drewrey, Vernae Sevilla and Shannon Thomas, along with senior Gina Leomiti, also earned All-Pac-10 honorable mentions.

PLAYER SEASON RECORDS The story of the season was Cal’s fast footwork. With freshman Jamia Reid leading the way, the Bears stole a combined 146 steals. Jamia Reid roke the school single-season record with her 29th stolen base at Pacific on March 25 but went on to finish the season

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Jamia Reid with 47 steals, which was tops in the Pac-10, and third in the nation per game. Right behind her was Shannon Thomas, who is second all-time with 33 steals. Joining her sister and Thomas on the all-time single-season steal list is freshman Elia Reid, who sits in fifth place with 26 stolen bags. Gina Leomiti, who completed her last year as a Golden Bear in 2009, was hit by a pitch a team-high 12 times for a new Cal season high. She also now stands in sole possession of first place after being hit by a pitch 25 times from 200609. Solidifying her stature in the Cal records books was junior pitcher Marissa Drewrey. She pitched in 51 games in 2009, which is fourth on the all-time single-season list, where she is also in second with 55 games in 2008. The right-handed hurler also started 42 games, which places her fourth on the same list that she is in first place with 48 starts in 2008.

TEAM SEASON RECORDS The Bears were a very serious threat on the base paths and in the batter’s box in 2009. With a combined 55 round-trippers, Cal set a new season high for home runs. The 55 homers are six more than the previous record of 49, which was set in 2007. In addition to smashing pitches for home runs, Cal absolutely smashed its stolen base record. With 146 steals, the 2009 set a new high for stolen bases in a season. Prior to last year’s squad, the record was 104.

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Diane Ninemire

HALL OF FAME STATUS California softball head coach Diane Ninemire was announced as one of three members to be inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s 2009 Hall of Fame class, it was announced in December 2008 at the NFCA’s annual convention. Ninemire, who joined Frank Cheek of Humboldt State University and Bill Edwards of Hofstra University, was officially inducted into the NFCA Hall of Fame in December of 2009. Following the 2009 season, which was her 22nd year at the helm of the Bears, Ninemire has guided the Golden Bears to seven straight trips to the College World Series (1999-2005), winning the national championship in 2002. She has led Cal to 22 straight NCAA Regional appearances, and won her 900th career game last season versus Long Beach State. Since the 1999 season, California is an impressive 489-205, with five 50-win seasons and four 40-win seasons. Over the last five seasons, Ninemire’s squad has posted a 230-100 mark. During Ninemire’s tenure at Cal, 35 All-America, 86 all-region, and 146 all-conference certificates have been issued to Golden Bear athletes. Two of Ninemire’s former players - Michele Granger and Gillian Boxx - were four-time All-Americans and helped the United States win a Gold Medal as members of the 1996 Olympic Team in Atlanta. Former California Golden Bear Vicky Galindo, who Ninemire coached, was the most recent Cal softball player named to the 2008 15-member Olympic Team roster.


2009 HONORS

VALERIE ARIOTO

MARISSA DREWREY

SHANNON HOUSTON

NCCA All-American (third team) Easton All-American (second team) All-Region (first team) All Pac-10 (first team)

All-Region (first team) All Pac-10 (honorable mention)

Academic All-Pac-10 (honorable mention)

GINA LEOMITI

JAMIA REID

VERNAE SEVILLA

All Pac-10 (honorable mention)

All-Region (first team) All Pac-10 (second team)

All Pac-10 (honorable mention)

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2009 FINAL STATISTICS HOME: 10-3

RECORD: 38-20

AWAY: 6-12

NEUTRAL: 22-5

PAC-10: 10-10

BATTING

Player AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A Bauer .500 7 1 6 2 3 0 0 0 3 3 .500 0 0 3 0 .500 0 0 0 0 4 0 Reid, J. .361 56 56 180 39 65 4 3 7 25 96 .533 10 0 44 0 .391 2 3 47 50 57 1 Houston, Sa. .333 3 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 .333 0 0 1 0 .333 0 0 1 1 19 0 Arioto .325 58 58 163 41 53 6 1 10 37 91 .558 41 3 36 0 .462 3 0 15 16 177 67 Thomas .273 57 56 161 33 44 0 2 0 8 48 .298 15 4 20 0 .348 1 8 33 36 89 83 Kelly .262 54 52 141 20 37 1 1 6 26 58 .411 15 0 29 1 .333 0 6 5 7 66 78 Leomiti .259 55 53 139 18 36 4 1 4 37 54 .388 21 12 18 1 .399 1 3 4 4 120 4 Reid, E. .257 52 52 144 25 37 1 2 6 27 60 .417 10 1 41 0 .308 1 2 26 31 28 2 Kekahuna .255 54 54 141 24 36 4 1 11 30 75 .532 17 6 23 5 .355 2 6 1 3 393 26 Schrey .250 27 6 16 9 4 0 0 1 1 7 .438 1 0 1 0 .294 0 0 0 2 7 3 Sevilla .241 53 50 145 15 35 4 0 5 17 54 .372 10 2 25 1 .299 0 1 4 4 52 70 Houston, Sh. . 204 38 16 49 10 10 0 0 0 3 10 .204 5 1 14 1 .286 1 0 3 3 13 15 Masaniai .197 40 21 76 13 15 3 0 5 14 33 .434 10 1 21 0 .299 0 0 1 1 56 3 Echavarria .193 53 49 119 17 23 0 0 0 5 23 .193 3 3 31 0 .232 0 0 6 7 39 7 Arth .000 10 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 2 0 3 0 .333 0 0 0 0 2 0 Bishop .000 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0 .250 0 0 0 0 2 0 Drewrey .000 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 5 31 LaRosa .000 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 8 0 Totals .268 58 1490 266 399 27 11 55 235 613 .411 161 33 311 9 .350 11 29 146 165 1137 390 Opponents .268 58 1490 266 399 27 11 55 235 613 .411 161 33 311 9 .350 11 29 146 165 1137 390 LOB - Team (351), Opp (383). DPs turned - Team (12), Opp (24). IBB - Team (3), Leomiti 3, Opp (3). Picked off – Leomiti 1, Houston, Sa. 1.

E FLD% 0 1.000 2 .967 0 1.000 0 1.000 14 .925 20 .878 3 .976 3 .909 4 .991 4 .714 10 .924 1 .966 0 1.000 3 .939 0 1.000 0 1.000 2 .947 0 1.000 66 .959 66 .959

PITCHING

(ALL GAMES SORTED BY EARNED RUN AVG) Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Drewrey 2.14 24 11 51 42 21 10 1 1 218.2 168 82 67 100 241 19 1 11 .212 5 33 0 2 27 Arioto 2.40 14 9 37 16 7 2 1 1 160.1 139 82 55 68 173 17 2 13 .225 16 17 5 7 17 Totals 2.25 38 20 58 58 28 13 1 2 379.0 307 164 122 168 414 36 3 24 .218 21 50 5 9 44 Opponents 3 .86 20 38 58 58 32 3 0 0 370.0 399 266 204 161 311 27 11 55 .268 23 33 1 11 29 PB - Team (8), Kekahuna 6, Masaniai 2, Opp (16). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Kekahuna (63-72), Drewrey (36-42), Arioto (34-39), Masaniai (7-8).

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Washington.................................51-12............................750 Florida...........................................63-5............................720 Alabama......................................54-11............................680 Georgia.......................................47-12............................670 Arizona State..............................47-19............................613 Michigan.....................................47-12............................610 Arizona........................................46-17............................563 Missouri......................................50-12............................550 UCLA..........................................45-11............................468 Stanford......................................48-11............................463 CALIFORNIA..............................38-20............................421 Ohio State...................................47-11............................408 Georgia Tech..............................46-15............................365 UMass.........................................41-10............................257 Baylor..........................................40-22............................237 Oklahoma...................................41-16............................236 North Carolina.............................47-13............................195 Northwestern..............................31-15............................191 LSU......................................... 34-18-1............................178 Tennessee.............................. 40-18-1............................157 North Dakota State.....................38-20............................156 Florida State...............................44-16............................153 DePaul........................................39-14............................142 Jacksonville State.......................43-16............................136 Louisiana-Lafayette....................45-13............................102

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Team

Washington.................................51-12............................500 Florida...........................................63-5............................481 Alabama......................................54-11............................454 Georgia.......................................47-12............................445 Michigan.....................................47-12............................416 Arizona State..............................47-19............................401 Arizona........................................46-17............................377 Missouri......................................50-12............................365 Stanford......................................48-11............................332 UCLA..........................................45-11............................318 Ohio State...................................47-11............................283 CALIFORNIA..............................38-20............................274 Georgia Tech..............................46-15............................253 UMASS.......................................41-10............................202 Baylor..........................................40-22............................167 Tennessee.............................. 40-18-1............................144 Oklahoma...................................41-16............................141 North Dakota State.....................38-20............................121 LSU......................................... 34-18-1............................117 Northwestern..............................31-15............................113 Jacksonville State.......................43-16............................107 North Carolina.............................47-13..............................94 DePaul........................................39-14..............................85 Louisville ....................................48-11..............................56 Florida State...............................44-16..............................50

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2009 FINAL RESULTS Game Date

Opposing team Score

Feb 06, 2009 vsLiberty W 15-1 Feb 06, 2009 vsHouston W 10-2 Feb 07, 2009 vsIllinois W 9-1 Feb 08, 2009 vsFordham W 11-7 Feb 13, 2009 vsWichita State W 8-0 Feb 14, 2009 atNorth Carolina 3-4 L Feb 14, 2009 vsGeorge Washington W 5-1 Feb 15, 2009 vs Penn State W 4-0 Feb 18, 2009 SANTA CLARA W 11-0 Feb 20, 2009 vsOle Miss W 1-0 Feb 20, 2009 vsNC State W 2-1 Feb 21, 2009 vsMaryland W 7-0 Feb 22, 2009 vsKansas 2-3 L Feb 27, 2009 vsAuburn 1-4 L Feb 27, 2009 at Cal State Fullerton W 2-1 Feb 28, 2009 vs Nevada W 5-4 Mar 01, 2009 vsRiverside W 8-3 Mar 06, 2009 vsNorthern Illinois W 8-1 Mar 07, 2009 vsProvidence W 3-0 Mar 07, 2009 vsBYU W 4-2 Mar 08, 2009 atFresno State 2-3 L Mar 11, 2009 vsMemphis W 1-0 Mar 12, 2009 vsWisconsin W 2-0 Mar 12, 2009 vsHawai’i W 10-1 Mar 13, 2009 vsSt. John’s W 6-2 Mar 20, 2009 vsBYU 4-0 L Mar 20, 2009 vsUNLV W 8-0 Mar 21, 2009 vsColorado State 1-2 L Mar 22, 2009 vsCal Poly 1-4 L Mar 24, 2009 atSac State 1-2 L Mar 25, 2009 vsPacific W 11-6 * Mar 27, 2009 WASHINGTON 1-9 L * Mar 28, 2009 UCLA W 7-6 * Mar 29, 2009 UCLA W 9-5 * Apr 03, 2009 atOregon 0-7 L * Apr 04, 2009 atOregon State 4-5 L * Apr 05, 2009 atOregon State W 12-3 * Apr 09, 2009 atStanford 1-4 L * Apr 10, 2009 STANFORD W 3-1 * Apr 11, 2009 STANFORD W 8-6 Apr 15, 2009 atSaint Mary’s W 1-0 * Apr 17, 2009 atArizona State 4-6 L * Apr 18, 2009 atArizona 2-11 L * Apr 19. 2009 atArizona 5-7 L * Apr 24, 2009 OREGON STATE W 11-2 * Apr 25, 2009 OREGON W 7-2 * Apr 26, 2009 OREGON W 1-0 Apr 29, 2009 atUC Davis W 3-1 * May 02, 2009 ARIZONA STATE W 4-2 * May 03, 2009 ARIZONA STATE 3-7 L * May 07, 2009 atUCLA 1-2 L * May 08, 2009 atWashington W 1-0 * May 09, 2009 atWashington 3-11 L May 15, 2009 vsMississippi State W 8-3 May 16, 2009 vsOklahoma State W 2-0 May 17, 2009 vsOklahoma State W 2-1 May 24, 2009 atFlorida 0-2 L May 24, 2009 atFlorida 1-2 L

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

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Overall

Pac-10

Pitcher of record

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

1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 7-1-0 8-1-0 9-1-0 10-1-0 11-1-0 11-2-0 11-3-0 12-3-0 13-3-0 14-3-0 15-3-0 16-3-0 17-3-0 17-4-0 18-4-0 19-4-0 20-4-0 21-4-0 21-5-0 22-5-0 22-6-0 22-7-0 22-8-0 23-8-0 23-9-0 24-9-0 25-9-0 25-10-0 25-11-0 26-11-0 26-12-0 27-12-0 28-12-0 29-12-0 29-13-0 29-14-0 29-15-0 30-15-0 31-15-0 32-15-0 33-15-0 34-15-0 34-16-0 34-17-0 35-17-0 35-18-0 36-18-0 37-18-0 38-18-0 38-19-0 38-20-0

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

Arioto (1-0) Drewrey (1-0) Drewrey (2-0) Drewrey (3-0) Drewrey (4-0) Drewrey (4-1) Arioto (2-0) Drewrey (5-1) Arioto (3-0) Drewrey (6-1) Drewrey (7-1) Drewrey (8-1) Drewrey (8-2) Drewrey (8-3) Arioto (4-0) Arioto (5-0) Drewrey (9-3) Arioto (6-0) Drewrey (10-3) Arioto (7-0) Drewrey (10-4) Drewrey (11-4) Arioto (8-0) Drewrey (12-4) Drewrey (13-4) Drewrey (13-5) Drewrey (14-5) Arioto (8-1) Drewrey (14-6) Drewrey (14-7) Arioto (9-1) Drewrey (14-8) Arioto (10-1) Drewrey(15-8) Arioto (10-2) Arioto (10-3) Drewrey (16-8) Drewrey (16-9) Arioto (11-3) Arioto (12-3) Arioto (13-3) Arioto (13-4) Drewrey (16-10) Arioto (13-5) Drewrey (17-10) Arioto (14-5) Drewrey (18-10) Drewrey (19-10) Drewrey (20-10) Arioto (14-7) Arioto (14-7) Drewrey (21-10) Arioto (14-8) Drewrey (22-10) Drewrey (23-10) Drewrey (24-10) Drewrey (24-11) Arioto (14-9)

() extra inning game Home games in CAPS * Pac-10 game

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CAL SOFTBALL WINTER & SUMMER CAMPS

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he California softball team hosts a variety of performance camps for various age groups and skill levels in the winter and summer at Levine-Fricke Field.

Cal’s Winter and Summer Showcase camps are designed for players who are looking to develop their skills for competitive softball. The showcase is ideal for athletes focused on playing the game at the highest levels. Hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching, base running, and all other aspects of the game will be featured at the Showcase. The Skills Camp is programmed for beginning and intermediate players who are looking to develop their essential knowledge and skills for competitive softball. All aspects of the game, including hitting, fielding, throwing, and base running will be featured at the Skills Camp. There are several ways to enroll and find out more about the various camps offered by the softball team: CAL Athletic Camps email: ..................................... calcamps@berkeley.edu CAL Athletic Camps Hotline: ....................................................(510) 642-3277 CAL Athletic Camps Website: ............................ www.CalBears.com/camps Softball Office: ...........................................................................(510) 643-9101

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CALIFORNIA NO-HITTERS Pitcher Leslie Partch Leslie Partch Margaret Sutter Leslie Partch Margaret Sutter Lisa Martinez Kim Moe Lisa Martinez Erin Cassidy Kim Moe Erin Cassidy Kim Moe Erin Cassidy Erin Cassidy Erin Cassidy Michele Granger Robyn Burgess Robyn Burgess Erin Cassidy Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Robyn Burgess Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Robyn Burgess Michele Granger Tammy Dietrich Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger A. Walsh & S. Kerson Whitney Floyd Anne Walsh A. Walsh & W. Floyd Anne Walsh Whitney Floyd Nicole DiSalvio Nicole DiSalvio Jocelyn Forest N. DiSalvio & J. Deering Jocelyn Forest Jocelyn Forest Cassie Bobrow Jen Deering & Kelly Anderson Kelly Anderson

Opponent Nevada Utah State San Francisco Santa Clara* Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Oregon Stanford San Francisco Brigham Young Fresno State San Francisco U.S. International Nevada New Mexico State* Nevada* U.S. International San Francisco Massachusetts U.S. International St. Mary’s New Mexico State Oregon State Oregon State Stanford Adelphi* Creighton Adelphi* Minnesota New Mexico State Pacific St. Mary’s* Santa Clara Stanford* Stanford Stanford Stanford Pacific Long Beach State Nebraska* Oklahoma Hawaii Stanford Oregon State San Jose State Santa Clara Arizona State Iowa St. Mary’s Santa Clara Oregon State San Jose State* Georgia Massachusetts Cal Poly UC Riverside Harvard* Illinois* Hawaii Minnesota

Score 6-0 3-0 2-0 7-0 10-0 2-0 10-0 2-0 6-0 5-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 (8) 1-0 4-2 8-0 (5) 1-0 5-0 10-0 (5) 2-0 0-1 11-0 (5) 3-0 6-0 1-0 4-0 8-0 (6) 3-0 5-0 4-0 6-0 3-0 10-0 8-0 10-0 (5) 5-0 16-0 (5) 16-0 (5) 10-0 0-1 (10) 8-0 1-0 4-0 26-0 (5) 2-0 10-0 (5) 9-0 (5) 6-0 5-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 (10) 8-0 (6) 3-0 2-0 (8) 6-0 1-0 8-0 (5) 8-0

Date 3/6/81 4/3/81 4/15/81 3/13/82 4/11/84 4/11/84 4/3/85 5/3/85 2/22/86 3/14/86 3/18/86 4/12/87 4/29/87 5/1/87 3/6/88 2/16/89 3/3/89 4/12/89 4/26/89 3/23/90 4/14/90 4/25/90 4/28/90 5/5/90 3/9/91 3/11/91 3/22/91 3/22/91 3/27/91 2/15/92 2/16/92 2/29/92 4/14/92 4/16/92 4/29/92 4/29/92 2/6/93 2/6/93 2/13/93 2/20/93 3/21/93 3/26/93 3/26/93 4/3/93 4/4/93 5/5/93 2/26/94 3/12/94 3/27/94 4/20/94 2/26/95 4/5/98 2/3/99 2/14/99 5/22/99 3/22/00 2/10/01 3/25/01 2/24/02

0-1 7-0

2/16/03 3/2/03

Erin Cassidy had six career no-hitters. Kelly Anderson Florida International 5-1 3/15/03 Kristina Thorson Virginia* 8-0 3/12/04 Kelly Anderson North Carolina 5-0 3/26/05 Kelly Anderson St. Mary’s 10-0 4/6/05 Kelly Anderson BYU 9-0 5/20/05 Kelly Anderson Fresno St. 1-0 5/21/05 Lauren Frankiewicz Miss. Valley State 9-0 03/02/06 Kristina Thorson OSU 6-0 04/30/06 Marissa Drewrey St. Mary’s 7-0 03/20/08 *Perfect game Number in parentheses refers to number of innings if not seven

CAL PITCHERS WITH NO-HITTERS Leaders Michele Granger Erin Cassidy Robyn Burgess Nicole DiSalvio Jocelyn Forest Leslie Partch Kim Moe Kelly Anderson Lisa Martinez Margaret Sutter Anne Walsh Whitney Floyd Kristina Thorson Tammy Dietrich Cassie Bobrow Marissa Drewrey Combined Totals

No-hitters 25 6 4 3 3 3 3 7 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 3 69

Perfect Games 5 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 12

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GOLDEN BEAR OLYMPIANS GOLDEN BEARS ON THE WORLD STAGE

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Vicky Galindo

ince softball’s inception as an Olympic sport in 1996, a Golden Bear player or coach has participated in each Olympiad. Vicky Galindo was the latest Cal graduate to have participated in the Games, playing in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and earning a silver medal. Michele Granger (USA), Gillian Boxx (USA) and Lisa Martinez (Puerto Rico) appeared in the 1996 Summer Olympics held in Atlanta. In addition, former Cal assistant coach Kim Maher, a standout at Fresno State, played for the United States as well that summer. In the 2000 Olympiad, Nicole DiSalvio was the pitcher for Team Italy. In the 2004 Olympics in Athens, head coach Diane Ninemire, along with Lindsay James and Chloe Kloezeman, suited up for the inaugural Greek national team, while DiSalvio returned for a second stint with Italian national team. Cal players have also competed for various national teams during non-Olympic years.

Nicole DiSalvio

Lindsay James

MICHELE GRANGER

GILLIAN BOXX

A four-time All-American from 198993, Granger was a member of the USA Olympic team that won the gold medal at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Granger squared off against former Golden Bear Lisa Martinez in the firstever Olympic softball game. Granger finished the Summer Games 2-0 with a 0.87 ERA and 25 strikeouts. Her wins came in the opener against Puerto Rico and in the gold medal game against China.

A four-time All-American from 199295, Boxx was a member of the USA Olympic team that won the Gold Medal at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. She caught in six of the nine contests and hit .250 with one double and three RBI.

Chloe Kloezeman

LISA MARTINEZ

Michelle Granger and Gillian Boxx

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Martinez (1984-86) was the NorPac Conference Player of the Year in 1985 and had a 0.22 ERA in 1986. Martinez was a member of Puerto Rico’s Olympic team at the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta, and was the starting pitcher against Team USA in the first-ever Olympic softball game.


Photo: New England Riptide/H-V Pashos

CAL PLAYERS IN THE PROS

Alex Sutton

Emily Friedman

Vicky Galindo

Kaleo Eldredge

Lisa Iancin

Photo: New England Riptide/H-V Pashos

Chelsea Spencer

NOTABLE ALUMNAE IN THE NPF

E KRISTINA THORSON Thorson was named the 2007 NPF Rookie of the Year, after finishing the season with 115 strikeouts. She posted a 14-5 record with 12 complete games, including a no-hitter against Team China. She allowed 20 earned runs with a 1.22 earned run average with 18 starts for the Philadelphia Force. Thorson was traded to the Chicago Bandits after the 2007 season and won an NPF title in 2008.

ight former Cal players are competing or have competed in the National Pro Fastpitch softball league. Kristina Thorson (Chicago Bandits), Emily Friedman and Chelsea Spencer (Rockland Thunder) and Alex Sutton, Jocelyn Forest and Lisa Iancin of the New England Riptide all competed for the 2008 National Pro Fastpitch League crown, with Thorson and the Bandits winning the NPF Championship. Forest was instrumental in leading the Riptide to its first NPF championship in 2006, posting a 15-5 record and 1.29 ERA, and added two more wins in the championship series. Spencer helped her team to a National Pro Fast Pitch Championship on Aug. 23, 2009 with a solo home run. Spencer plays for the Rockland Thunder, which won its first championship at Firestone Stadium in Akron, Ohio.

JOCELYN FOREST Selected as the 2006 NPF Championship Series MVP, Forest struck out seven batters over seven innings to give the New England Riptide a 2-0 victory over the Connecticut Brakettes in the National Pro Fastpitch Championship game.

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HONORS AND AWARDS OLYMPIC TEAM (9) 2008 2004 2000 1996

Vicky Galindo (USA) Lindsay James (Greece), Chloe Kloezman (Greece), Diane Ninemire (Greece, Coach), Nicole DiSalvio (Italy) DiSalvio (Italy) Gillian Boxx (USA), Michele Granger (USA), Kim Maher (USA) Lisa Martinez (Puerto Rico)

ALL-AMERICAN (36) 2009 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1983 1982 1981

NFCA: Valerie Arioto (3rd team) Easton: Valerie Arioto (2nd team) NFCA: Haley Woods (1st team), Kristina Thorson (2nd team) EASTON: Haley Woods (1st team), Kristina Thorson (1st) Vicky Galindo (1st team), Kristina Thorson (2nd team), Kaleo Eldredge (3rd team) Vicky Galindo (1st team), Kaleo Eldredge (2nd team), Kristina Thorson (2nd team), Chelsea Spencer (3rd team) Veronica Nelson (2nd team), Courtney Scott (2nd team) Jocelyn Forest (2nd team), Candace Harper (3rd team) Veronica Nelson (1st team), Jocelyn Forest (2nd team) Whitney Floyd (3rd team) Jenny Ackley (2nd team), Gillian Boxx (1st team), Whitney Floyd (2nd team) Gillian Boxx (3rd team) Gillian Boxx (1st team), Michele Granger (1st team), Keri Kropke (2nd team) Gillian Boxx (2nd team), Michele Granger (1st team) Michele Granger (1st team) Michele Granger (1st team) Pam Reinoehl (1st team) Kelly Kirkland (1st team), Shari Fisher (1st team) Shari Fisher (1st team), Leslie Partch (1st team)

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Valerie Arioto (1st team), Marissa Drewrey (1st team), Jamia Reid (1st team) Bernice Masaniai (1st team), Marissa Drewrey (2nd team), Valerie Arioto (2nd team) Kristina Thorson (1st team), Haley Woods (1st team), Alex Sutton (1st team) Vicky Galindo (1st team), Kaleo Eldredge (1st team), Kristina Thorson (2nd team), Haley Woods (2nd team), Lindsay James (2nd team) Vicky Galindo (1st team), Kaleo Eldredge (1st team), Kristina Thorson (2nd team), Chelsea Spencer (2nd team) Veronica Nelson (1st team), Kaleo Eldredge (2nd team), Vicky Galindo (2nd team), Lindsay James (2nd team), Courtney Scott (2nd team) Kaleo Eldredge (2nd team), Jocelyn Forest (2nd team), Candace Harper (2nd team) Jocelyn Forest (2nd team), Veronica Nelson (2nd team) Eryn Manahan (2nd team) Candace Harper (2nd team), Lisa Iancin (2nd team), Veronica Nelson (2nd team) Candace Harper (2nd team), Lisa Iancin (2nd team) Lisa Iancin (1st team) Jenny Ackley (2nd team) Whitney Floyd (2nd team), Holly Yost (2nd team) Jenny Ackley (1st team), Gillian Boxx (1st team), Whitney Floyd (1st team) Gillian Boxx (2nd team), Kendall Richards (2nd team), Anne Walsh (2nd team) Gillian Boxx (1st team), Michele Granger (1st team), Keri Kropke (1st team), Kendall Richards (2nd team), Tonya Seymore (2nd team), Laura Terada (2nd team)

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1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1982 1981 1980

Gillian Boxx (2nd team), Michele Granger (1st team), Jennifer Horgan (1st team), Sue Jacquez (1st team), Keri Kropke (2nd team) Michele Granger (1st team), Keri Kropke (1st team), Heather Smittle (2nd team) Michele Granger (1st team), Sue Jacquez (2nd team), Tina Montoya (2nd team) Robyn Burgess (2nd team), Angie Jacobs (1st team), Marielle Vaughn (1st team) Angie Jacobs (2nd team), Kim Moe (1st team), Caryn Williams (1st team) Kim Moe (1st team) Stephanie Hinds (1st team), Lisa Martinez (1st team), Kim Moe (1st team) Erin Cassidy (2nd team), Stephanie Hinds (1st team), Lisa Martinez (1st team), Kim Moe (1st team), Caryn Williams (2nd team) Roni Deutch (1st team), Stephanie Hinds (2nd team) Shari Fisher (1st team), Kelly Kirkland (1st team), Leslie Partch (1st team), Pam Reinoehl (1st team) Shari Fisher (1st team), Leslie Partch (1st team) Shari Fisher (1st team), Leslie Partch (1st team)

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

Valerie Arioto (1st team), Jamia Reid (2nd team), Marissa Drewrey (HM), Gina Leomiti (HM), Vernae Sevilla (HM), Shannon Thomas (HM) Valerie Arioto (2nd team), Sanoe Kekahuna (2nd team), Gina Leomiti (2nd team), Bernice Masaniai (HM), Katie Vickers (HM), Marissa Drewrey (HM) Alex Sutton (2nd team), Gina Leomiti (HM), Christina Schallig (HM), Bernice Masaniai (HM), Vernae Sevilla (HM) Kristina Thorson (1st team), Haley Woods (1st team), Lindsay James (2nd team), Alex Sutton (2nd team), Morgan Siegel (HM), Emily Friedman (HM) Kelly Anderson (1st team), Kristina Thorson (1st team), Vicky Galindo (1st team), Kaleo Eldredge (2nd team), Lindsay James (2nd team), Haley Woods (2nd team), Jessica Pamanian (HM), Chelsea Spencer (HM) Kaleo Eldredge (1st team), Kristina Thorson (1st team), Vicky Galindo (2nd team), Lindsay James (2nd team), Chelsea Spencer (2nd team), Kelly Anderson (HM), Jessica Pamanian (HM), Haley Woods (HM) Veronica Nelson (1st team), Courtney Scott (2nd team), Kelly Anderson (2nd Team), Vicky Galindo (2nd Team), Kaleo Eldredge (HM), Kristina Thorson (HM), Lindsay James (HM) Jocelyn Forest (1st team), Kaleo Eldredge (2nd team), Veronica Nelson (2nd team), Courtney Scott (2nd team), Candace Harper (2nd team) Jocelyn Forest (1st team), Veronica Nelson (1st team), Nicole DiSalvio (2nd team), Paige Bowie (HM), Candace Harper (HM), Eryn Manahan (HM), Amber Phillips (HM) Candace Harper (2nd team), Lisa Iancin (1st team), Veronica Nelson (HM) Paige Bowie (2nd team), Jocelyn Forest (2nd team), Candace Harper (2nd team) Lisa Iancin (2nd team), Whitney Floyd (2nd team) Jenny Ackley (2nd team), Melanie McCart (1st team), Holly Yost (2nd team) Whitney Floyd (1st team), Melanie McCart (2nd team), Jessica Parker (2nd team) Jenny Ackley (2nd team), Gillian Boxx (1st team), Whitney Floyd (1st team), Melanie McCart (2nd team) Gillian Boxx (1st team), Melanie McCart (2nd team), Kendall Richards (1st team), Anne Walsh (2nd team) Gillian Boxx (1st team), Michele Granger (1st team), Keri Kropke (1st team), Janeen LaGrace (2nd team),

ALL-CONFERENCE (146)


1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Kendall Richards (2nd team), Tonya Seymore (2nd team) Gillian Boxx (2nd team), Michele Granger (1st team), Jennifer Horgan (2nd team), Sue Jacquez (1st team), Keri Kropke (2nd team), Janeen LaGrace (1st team), Tonya Seymore (2nd team) Robyn Burgess (2nd team), Michele Granger (1st team), Keri Kropke (1st team), Janeen LaGrace (1st team), Heather Smittle (2nd team) Michele Granger (1st team), Sue Jacquez (2nd team), Tina Montoya (2nd team) Val Altamirano (1st team), Marielle Vaughn (1st team) Kim Moe (1st team) Kim Moe (1st team) Erin Cassidy, Roni Deutch, Stephanie Hinds, Lisa Martinez Roni Deutch, Stephanie Hinds, Angie Jacobs, Lisa Martinez Roni Deutch Roni Deutch, Kelly Kirkland, Pam Reinoehl Kelly Kirkland, Katy Meyer, Leslie Partch, Pam Reinoehl Roxi Bardwell, Shari Fisher, Kelly Kirkland, Leslie Partch, Pam Reinoehl, Andria Sievers, Margaret Sutter Roxi Bardwell, Shari Fisher, Pam Goldsborough, Leslie Partch, Pam Reinoehl, Cheryl Smith, Ann Wondolowski Vicki Cody, Shari Fisher, Mary Fleming, Pam Goldsborough, Sue Kensill, Pat Martinez, Leslie Partch, Michelle Quinney Themy Jo Adachi, Debbie Chaw, Vicki Cody

ACADEMIC ALL-PAC-10 (42) 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 1999 1998 1997 1996 1993 1992 1991

Shannon Houston (HM) Marissa Drewrey (HM), Savannah Hensley (HM) Lauren Frankiewicz (HM) Emily Friedman (1st), Jeana Gevas (HM), Erika Racklin (HM) Kelly Anderson (1st team), Jessica Pamanian (2nd team), Kaleo Eldredge (HM) Kelly Anderson (1st team), Jessica Pamanian (2nd team) Eryn Manahan (1st team), Courtney Scott (2nd team), Kelly Anderson (2nd team), Kristen Bayless (HM), Jessica Pamanian (HM) Courtney Scott (1st team) Paige Bowie (1st team) Paige Bowie (1st team), Maiko Bristow (1st team), Megumi Takasaki (2nd team), Holly Yost (2nd team) Holly Yost (1st team), Paige Bowie (2nd team), Maiko Bristow (2nd team), Valerie Nicklas (2nd team), Megumi Takasaki (2nd team) Jessica Parker (1st team), Megumi Takasaki (2nd team), Holly Yost (2nd team) Jessica Parker (2nd team), Anne Walsh (2nd team) Keri Kropke (1st team), Lisa O’Connor (1st team), Erika Perez (1st team) Marlo Cruz-Sands (1st team), Sue Jacquez (1st team), Keri Kropke, Lidia Stiglich (1st team) Sue Jacquez (1st team), Keri Kropke (1st team), Lidia Stiglich (1st team), Anne Williams (1st team)

HONDA INSPIRATION AWARD (1) 1989 Angie Jacobs

HONDA SPORTS AWARD FINALIST (8) 1995 1993 1992 1991

NCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ALL-TOURNAMENT (12) 2004 2003 2002 1999 1986

Kelly Anderson, Vicky Galindo, Jessica Pamanian Veronica Nelson, Kelly Anderson, Vicky Galindo, Chelsea Spencer Jocelyn Forest (MOP), Veronica Nelson, Chelsea Spencer Lisa Iancin Roni Deutch

NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT (38) 2008 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Gina Leomiti (co-MOP), Marissa Drewrey, Valerie Arioto Kaleo Eldredge, Vicky Galindo, Kristina Thorson (MOP), Haley Woods Kelly Anderson (MOP), Kaleo Eldredge, Vicky Galindo, Veronica Nelson, Chelsea Spencer, Courtney Scott, Haley Woods Jocelyn Forest (MOP), Candace Harper, Veronica Nelson Amber Phillips (MOP), Jocelyn Forest, Nicole DiSalvio, Eryn Manahan, Courtney Scott Pagie Bowie (MOP), Nicole DiSalvio, Jocelyn Forest, Lisa Iancin Nicole DiSalvio, Kirsten Drake, Jocelyn Forest (MOP), Candace Harper, Lisa Iancin, Amber Phillips Lisa Iancin, Holly Yost, Megumi Takasaki Jessica Parker, Megumi Takasaki, Holly Yost

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN (11) 2006 2002 2001 1999 1996 1993

Emily Friedman (1st) Courtney Scott (District) Paige Bowie (District) Paige Bowie (District) Anne Walsh (District) Keri Kropke (District)

1992 1991 1990

Keri Kropke (District), Sue Jacquez (District) Keri Kropke (District) Sue Jacquez (2nd team), Kim Kappus (2nd team)

Gillian Boxx Michele Granger Michele Granger Michele Granger

1990 1982 1981 1980

Michele Granger Leslie Partch Leslie Partch Shari Fisher

CONFERENCE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR (2) 1986 Erin Cassidy (NorPac) 1985 Angie Jacobs (NorPac)

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (1) 1985 Lisa Martinez (NorPac)

CONFERENCE PITCHER OF THE YEAR (1) 2006 Kristina Thorson

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR (3) 1991 Diane Ninemire (Pac-10) 1987 Donna Terry (Pac-10) 1979 Bonnie Johnson (NorCal)

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP (5) 2005 Pacific-10 1987 Pacific-10 1981 NorCal

1980 NorCal 1979 NorCal

NFCA HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE (1) 2009 Diane Ninemire

SPEEDLINE/NFCA COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR (1) 2002 California (Diane Ninemire, John Reeves, Kim Maher, Pauline Duenas) (x) Indicates the number of certificates, honors/selections, or times issued

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CALIFORNIA SEASON RECORDS BATTING GAMES

TRIPLES

Player No. Year 1. Candace Harper 75 2002 Courtney Scott 75 2002 Kaleo Eldredge 75 2002 Jessica Pamanian 75 2002 Chelsea Spencer 75 2002

AT BATS Player 1. Kaleo Eldredge 2. Candace Harper 3. Paige Bowie 4. Eryn Manahan Candace Harper

No. 254 244 235 230 230

Year 2002 2002 2001 2001 2000

No. 56 55 53 52 51

Year 1995 2008 2004 1994 2004

No. 90 83 81 77 77

Year 1995 2004 1994 2004 2002

RUNS Player 1. Gillian Boxx 2. Valerie Arioto 3. Vicky Galindo 4. Kendall Richards 5. Lindsay James

HITS Player 1. Gillian Boxx 2. Vicky Galindo 3. Kendall Richards 4. Lindsay James Candace Harper

DOUBLES Player 1. Vicky Galindo Candace Harper 3. Valerie Arioto Candace Harper Lisa Iancin

No. 18 18 17 17 17

Year 2004 2002 2008 2000 2000

Player 1. Kendall Richards 2. Pam Reinoehl Corinne Foo 4. Lisa Martinez Keri Kropke Vicki Cody

No. 10 7 7 6 6 6

Year 1994 1983 1980 1985 1990 1978

HOME RUNS Player 1. Veronica Nelson 2. Haley Woods Haley Woods 4. Veronica Nelson 5. Haley Woods Veronica Nelson

No. 19 16 16 14 13 13

Year 2001 2006 2004 2000 2005 2003

No. 58 57 55 54 52

Year 2005 2004 2006 1997 2001

RBI Player 1. Haley Woods 2. Haley Woods 3. Haley Woods 4. Melanie McCart 5. Veronica Nelson

BATTING AVERAGE (min. 100 ABs) Player Avg. 1. Gillian Boxx .466 2. Lindsay James .439 3. Kendall Richards .420 4. Leslie Partch .395 5. Lisa Martinez .393

Year 1995 2005 1994 1979 1985

In 2004, Vicky Galindo led the team in doubles (18), was second in runs (53) and hits (83), was third in total bases (126), and was tied for third in stolen bases (23).

TOTAL BASES Player 1. Kendall Richards 2. Gillian Boxx 3. Haley Woods Vicky Galindo 4. Haley Woods Candace Harper

No. 136 132 127 126 121 121

Year 1994 1995 2006 2004 2004 2002

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (min. 100 ABs) Player Pct. 1. Veronica Nelson .780 2. Kendall Richards .705 3. Veronica Nelson .692 4. Gillian Boxx .684 5. Pam Reinoehl .643

Year 2001 1994 2003 1995 1983

STOLEN BASES

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Player No. 1. Jamia Reid 47 2. Shannon Thomas 33 3. Erika Racklin 28 Keri Kropke 28 5. Elia Reid 26

Year 2009 2009 2008 1992 2009

SACRIFICES Player 1. Lynda Wills 2. Laura Terada 3. Kristen Moreley Kirsten Drake 5. Roxi Bardwell

No. 27 26 25 25 24

Year 1988 1995 2002 1997 1981

HIT BY PITCH Player 1. Gina Leomiti 2. Marielle Vaughn 3. Lindsay James 4. Holly Yost Alex Sutton

No. 12 11 10 9 9

Year 2009 1989 2003 1997 2007

No. 108 107 93 87 48

Year 2002 2003 2001 2000 2008

WALKS Player 1. Veronica Nelson 2. Veronica Nelson 3. Veronica Nelson 4. Veronica Nelson 5. Valerie Arioto


PITCHING WINS Player 1. Kristina Thorson 2. Michele Granger 3. Leslie Partch 4. Michele Granger Michele Granger

COMPLETE GAMES No. 36 33 31 30 30

Year 2006 1991 1980 1993 1992

No. 5 4 4 3 3 3 3

Year 2006 2004 1998 1999 1996 1991 1986

SAVES Player 1. Kristina Thorson 2. Kristina Thorson Nicole DiSalvio 3. Nicole DiSalvio Whitney Floyd Michele Granger Lisa Martinez

GAMES Player No. Year 1. Holly Yost 56 1997 2. Marissa Drewrey 55 2008 3. Kristina Thorson 53 2006 4. Marissa Drewrey 51 2009 4. Michele Granger 48 1993

GAMES STARTED Player No. Year 1. Marissa Drewrey 48 2008 2. Holly Yost 46 1997 3. Michele Granger 44 1993 4. Marissa Drewrey 42 2009 5. Jocelyn Forest 41 2002 Michele Granger 41 1991

Erica Racklin

FIELDING PUTOUTS Player 1. Courtney Scott 2. Courtney Scott 3. Haley Woods 3. Julie Meyer 4. Veronica Nelson

Marissa Drewrey

No. 575 560 550 496 493

ASSISTS Year 2002 2001 2006 2005 2003

Player 1. Candace Harper 2. Katie May 3. Vicky Galindo 4. Lisa Iancin Christy Calderon

No. 169 166 165 161 161

Year 2000 1998 2003 1998 1988

Bold indicates current player

Player 1. Michele Granger Michele Granger 3. Holly Yost 4. Michele Granger Leslie Partch Kristina Thorson

No. 40 40 37 36 36 36

Year 1993 1991 1997 1990 1980 2006

INNINGS PITCHED Player No. 1. Michele Granger 321.0 2. Holly Yost 319.1 3. Marissa Drewrey 314.9 4. Michele Granger 312.1 5. Kristina Thorson 302.0

Year 1993 1997 2008 1991 2006

EARNED RUN AVG (min. 100 IP) Player No. 1. Lisa Martinez 0.22 2. Leslie Partch 0.27 3. Leslie Partch 0.28 4. Margaret Sutter 0.32 5. Michele Granger 0.35

Year 1986 1979 1981 1981 1990

STRIKEOUTS Player 1. Michele Granger 2. Michele Granger 3. Kristina Thorson 4. Jocelyn Forest 5. Jocelyn Forest

No. 484 463 461 379 364

Year 1993 1991 2006 2002 2001

SHUTOUTS Player 1. Michele Granger 2. Michele Granger 3. Michele Granger 4. Leslie Partch 5. Jocelyn Forest Leslie Partch

No. 26 25 23 21 19 19

Year 1992 1991 1993 1980 2001 1981

Kristina Thorson

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CALIFORNIA CAREER RECORDS BATTING GAMES

DOUBLES

Player No. Years 1. Candace Harper 293 1999-02 2. Courtney Scott 285 2000-03 Veronica Nelson 285 2000-03 3. Chelsea Spencer 277 2002-05 4. Jessica Pamanian 271 2002-05 Kristen Morley 271 2000-03 5. Lisa Iancin 268 1997-00

Player No. Years 1. Candace Harper 49 1999-02 2. Melanie McCart 47 1994-97 3. Gillian Boxx 44 1992-95 4. Jessica Parker 42 1993-97 5. Lisa Iancin 41 1997-00

AT BATS Player No. Years 1. Candace Harper 875 1999-02 2. Courtney Scott 827 2000-03 3. Lisa Iancin 823 1997-00 4. Jessica Pamanian 819 2002-05 5. Chelsea Spencer 809 2002-05

RUNS Player 1. Lindsay James 2. Kaleo Eldredge 3. Gillian Boxx 4. Vicky Galindo 5. Pam Reinoehl

No. Years 163 2003-06 160 2002-05 156 1992-95 141 2003-05 132 1980-83

HITS Player No. Years 1. Gillian Boxx 274 1992-95 2. Candace Harper 269 1999-02 3. Lindsay James 264 2003-06 4. Lisa Iancin 260 1997-00 5. Kaleo Eldredge 239 2002-05

TRIPLES Player No. Years 1. Keri Kropke 17 1990-93 2. Vicki Cody 15 1977-79 3. Pam Reinoehl 14 1980-83 Corinne Foo 14 1977-80 5. Kendall Richards 11 1993-94

HOME RUNS Player No. Years 1. Veronica Nelson 55 2000-03 2. Haley Woods 48 2003-06 3. Melanie McCart 28 1994-97 4. Julie Meyer 25 2005-08 4. Candace Harper 21 1999-02

RBI Player No. Years 1. Haley Woods 191 2003-06 2. Veronica Nelson 168 2000-03 3. Melanie McCart 153 1994-97 4. Gillian Boxx 146 1992-95 5. Candace Harper 139 1999-02

Julie Meyer

BATTING AVERAGE (min. 250 ABs) Player Avg. Years 1. Kendall Richards .377 1993-94 2. Gillian Boxx .369 1992-95 3. Lindsay James .359 2003-06 4. P. Goldsborough .356 1979-80 5. Lindsay James .353 2003-06

TOTAL BASES Player No. Years 1. Haley Woods 413 2003-06 2. Candace Harper 383 1999-02 3. Veronica Nelson 378 2000-03 4. Gillian Boxx 372 1992-95 5. Lisa Iancin 350 1997-00

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (min. 250 ABs) Player Pct. Years 1. Veronica Nelson .656 2000-03 2. Haley Woods .609 2003-06 3. Kendall Richards .578 1993-94 4. Haley Woods .543 2003-06 5. Corinne Foo .510 1977-80

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STOLEN BASES Player 1. Keri Kropke 2. Erika Racklin 2. Vicky Galindo 3. Pam Reinoehl 4. Vicki Cody

No. Years 74 1990-93 72 2005-08 61 2003-05 60 1980-83 55 1977-79

SACRIFICES Player No. Years 1. Kirsten Drake 60 1995-99 2. Stephanie Hinds 57 1984-87 3. Pauline Due/as 56 1998-01 4. Laura Terada 53 1992-95 5. Lynda Wills 52 1985-88

HIT BY PITCH Player No. Years 1. Gina Leomiti 25 2006-09 2. Alex Sutton 24 2004-07 3. Lindsay James 22 2003-06 4. Kaleo Eldredge 18 2002-05 5. Holly Yost 17 1996-99

WALKS Player No. Years 1. Veronica Nelson 395 2000-03 2. Kaleo Eldredge 112 2002-05 3. Gillian Boxx 105 1992-95 4. Kristen Morley 92 2000-03 5. Courtney Scott 83 2000-03


FIELDING PUTOUTS

ASSISTS

Player No. Years 1. Courtney Scott 1969 2000-03 2. Veronica Nelson 1733 2000-03 3. Melanie McCart 1492 1994-97 4. Haley Woods 1445 2003-06 4. Lidia Stiglich 1396 1989-92

Player No. Years 1. Katie May 596 1996-99 2. Roni Deutch 554 1983-86 3. Candace Harper 525 1999-02 4. Lisa Iancin 517 1997-00 5. Christy Calderon 502 1988-91

Haley Woods

PITCHING

WINS

COMPLETE GAMES

Player No. Years 1. Michele Granger 119 1989-93 2. Jocelyn Forest 103 1999-02 3. Kristina Thorson 102 2003-06 4. Leslie Partch 92 1979-82 5. Kelly Anderson 83 2002-05

Player No. Years 1. Michele Granger 155 1989-93 2. Leslie Partch 118 1979-82 3. Jocelyn Forest 106 1999-02 4. Margaret Sutter 105 1981-84 5. Whitney Floyd 102 1994-98

SAVES

INNINGS PITCHED

Player No. Years 1. Kristina Thorson 12 2003-06 2. Nicole DiSalvio 9 1998-01 3. Kristina Thorson 7 2003-06 Holly Yost 5 1996-99 Whitney Floyd 5 1994-98

Player No. Years 1. Michele Granger 1202.2 1989-93 2. Jocelyn Forest 993.2 1999-02 3. Whitney Floyd 908.0 1994-98 4. Leslie Partch 891.0 1979-82 5. Kristina Thorson 868.0 2003-06

GAMES

EARNED RUN AVG.

Player No. Years 1. Michele Granger 183 1989-93 2. Kristina Thorson 173 2003-06 3. Jocelyn Forest 171 1999-02 4. Whitney Floyd 156 1994-98 5. Nicole DiSalvio 154 1998-01

(min. 200 IP) Player ERA Years 1. Leslie Partch 0.44 1979-82 2. Michele Granger 0.46 1989-93 3. Lisa Martinez 0.59 1984-86 4. Margaret Sutter 0.74 1981-84 5. Robyn Burgess 0.78 1989-92

GAMES STARTED Player No. Years 1. Michele Granger 162 1989-93 2. Jocelyn Forest 143 1999-02 3. Whitney Floyd 142 1994-98 4. Kristina Thorson 120 2003-06 Nicole DiSalvio 120 1998-01

Jocelyn Forest

STRIKEOUTS Player No. Years 1. Michele Granger 1640 1989-93 2. Jocelyn Forest 1203 1999-02 3. Kristina Thorson 1071 2003-06 4. Leslie Partch 982 1979-82 5. Whitney Floyd 628 1994-98 6. Marissa Drewrey 624 2007-

SHUTOUTS

Bold indicates current player

Player No. Years 1. Michele Granger 94 1989-93 2. Leslie Partch 63 1979-82 3. Jocelyn Forest 52 1999-02 4. Margaret Sutter 51 1981-84 5. Robyn Burgess 45 1989-92

Michele Granger

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CALIFORNIA TEAM RECORDS

Shannon Houston

Shannon Thomas

BATTING - SEASON

PITCHING - SEASON

Highest Batting Average........................328.............................. 1977 Most at Bats........................................1926.............................. 2002 Most Runs Scored.................................322.............................. 2007 Most Hits................................................522.............................. 1999 Most RBI................................................279.............................. 2008 Most Doubles..........................................80.................... 1992, 2000 Most Triples.............................................20.............................. 1977 Most Home Runs.....................................55.............................. 2009 Most Total Bases...................................736.............................. 1999 Most Stolen Bases................................146.............................. 2009 Most Strikeouts......................................377.............................. 2007 Most Bases on Balls..............................301.............................. 2002 Most Times Hit by Pitch...........................34.............................. 2004 Most Sacrifices......................................117.............................. 1988

Most Games............................................75.............................. 2002 Most Wins................................................56.............................. 2002 Most Losses............................................32.............................. 2007 Most Saves................................................7.............................. 1998 Most Complete Games............................61.............................. 1991 Most Shutouts.........................................38.............................. 1992 Most Strikeouts......................................606.............................. 1991 Most Bases on Balls..............................213.............................. 2007 Lowest ERA..........................................0.30.............................. 1981 Most Innings.......................................516.0.............................. 2002 Most No-hitters........................................10.............................. 1993 Most Perfect Games..................................2.................1989, ‘91, ‘92 Fewest Runs Allowed..............................35.............................. 1981 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed.................20.............................. 1981 Fewest Hits Allowed..............................161.............................. 1979 Fewest Doubles Allowed.........................10....................... 1983, ‘84 Fewest Triples Allowed..............................0.............................. 1999 Fewest Home Runs Allowed.....................0....................... 1986, ‘91 Most Wild Pitches....................................60.............................. 2007 Most Hit Batters.......................................50.............................. 2009

FIELDING - SEASON Most Putouts.......................................1548.............................. 2002 Most Assists..........................................693.............................. 2003 Most Errors............................................137.............................. 1978 Highest Fielding Average.......................978.............................. 2005

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Vernae Sevilla


TEAM SEASON BESTS WINS

BASE HITS

1. 2002..................................... 56 2. 2001..................................... 54 3. 2004..................................... 53 4. 2005..................................... 52 5. 1999..................................... 51 6. 2000..................................... 49 2003..................................... 49 8. 2006..................................... 48 1991..................................... 48 1981..................................... 48

1. 1999................................... 522 2. 2002................................... 517 3. 2001................................... 506 4. 2000................................... 502 5. 2004................................... 499 6. 2003................................... 490 2008................................... 490 8. 2005................................... 489 9. 2006................................... 479 1981................................... 479

BATTING AVERAGE

DOUBLES

1. 1977.................................. .328 2. 1978.................................. .292 3. 2006.................................. .290 4. 1979.................................. .288 5. 2004.................................. .286 1995.................................. .286 7. 2005.................................. .281 1993.................................. .281 9. 1997.................................. .278 10. 1981.................................. .276 2007.................................. .276

1. 2000..................................... 80 1992..................................... 80 3. 2008..................................... 77 4. 1999..................................... 76 5. 1995..................................... 74 6. 2002..................................... 73 7. 2004..................................... 71 8. 2005..................................... 69 1997..................................... 69 10. 2007..................................... 68

RUNS 1. 2007................................... 322 2. 2008................................... 318 3. 2005................................... 316 4. 2002................................... 302 5. 2004................................... 290 2003................................... 290 7. 1999................................... 281 8. 2006................................... 279 9. 2001................................... 273 10. 1995................................... 271

Elia Reid

TRIPLES 1. 1977..................................... 20 2. 1994..................................... 19 1983..................................... 19 1978..................................... 19 5. 1985..................................... 18 1990..................................... 18 7. 1993..................................... 17 1991..................................... 17 1980..................................... 17 1979..................................... 17

Carrie Arth

HOME RUNS

ERA

1. 2009..................................... 55 2. 2007..................................... 49 3. 2004..................................... 46 4. 2006..................................... 39 5. 1999..................................... 38 6. 2008..................................... 37 7. 2005..................................... 36 2000..................................... 36 9. 2002..................................... 33 2003..................................... 33

1. 1981.................................. 0.30 2. 1986.................................. 0.48 3. 1980.................................. 0.56 4. 1990.................................. 0.57 5. 1991.................................. 0.58 6. 1992.................................. 0.59 7. 1985.................................. 0.67 8. 1993.................................. 0.82 9. 1984.................................. 0.83 1982.................................. 0.83

RBI

SHUTOUTS

1. 2008................................... 279 2. 2007................................... 278 3. 2005................................... 265 2002................................... 265 5. 1999................................... 249 6. 2006................................... 248 2004................................... 248 2003................................... 248 9. 2009................................... 235 10. 2001................................... 234

1. 1992..................................... 38 2. 1991..................................... 36 1981..................................... 36 4. 1990..................................... 31 2001..................................... 31 6. 1986..................................... 29 7. 1999..................................... 28 1989..................................... 28 9. 2005..................................... 27 1980..................................... 27

STOLEN BASES

STRIKEOUTS

1. 2009................................... 146 2. 1979................................... 101 3. 2005................................... 100 4. 2004..................................... 99 5. 1980..................................... 90 6. 1992..................................... 81 7. 1981..................................... 74 8. 2008..................................... 73 9. 1991..................................... 69 10. 2007..................................... 65

1. 1991................................... 606 2. 2006................................... 586 3. 2002................................... 564 4. 2001................................... 543 5. 1993................................... 518 6. 1981................................... 491 7. 1990................................... 471 8. 1992................................... 470 9. 2008................................... 464 10. 2005................................... 437

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INDIVIDUAL YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Player Average Jamia Reid................................... .361 Valerie Arioto............................... .324 Gina Leomiti.................................. .354 Lindsay James.............................. .380 Lindsay James.............................. .439 Vicky Galindo................................ .374 Veronica Nelson............................ .359 Veronica Nelson............................ .329 Veronica Nelson............................ .353 Lisa Iancin..................................... .326 Paige Bowie.................................. .318 Lisa Iancin..................................... .323 Holly Yost...................................... .327 Jessica Parker.............................. .303 Gillian Boxx................................... .466 Kendall Richards........................... .420 Gillian Boxx................................... .355 Janeen LaGrace........................... .291 Janeen LaGrace........................... .307 Sue Jacquez................................. .306 Angie Jacobs................................ .341 Angie Jacobs................................ .290 Kim Moe........................................ .333 Lisa Martinez................................ .298 Lisa Martinez................................ .393 Jo Baker........................................ .241 Lisa Martinez................................ .241 Pam Reinoehl............................... .371 Kelly Kirkland................................ .300 Kelly Kirkland................................ .375 Pam Reinoehl............................... .341 Leslie Partch................................. .395 Ann Wondolowski......................... .381 Cheryl Westberg........................... .423

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

Player Runs Valerie Arioto.................................. 41 Valerie Arioto.................................. 55 Christina Schallig............................. 39 Erika Racklin.................................... 39 Haley Woods.................................... 39 Vicky Galindo................................... 49 Vicky Galindo................................... 53 Vicky Galindo................................... 39 Candace Harper.............................. 47 Kaleo Eldredge................................ 47 Paige Bowie..................................... 35 Pauline Due‑as................................ 37 Lisa Iancin........................................ 36 Megumi Takasaki............................. 36 Kirsten Drake................................... 32 Megumi Takasaki............................. 29 Gillian Boxx...................................... 56 Kendall Richards.............................. 52 Gillian Boxx...................................... 44 Keri Kropke...................................... 34 Keri Kropke...................................... 31 Christy Calderon.............................. 21 Tina Montoya................................... 21 Marielle Vaughn............................... 42 Caryn Williams................................. 36 Caryn Williams................................. 21 Lisa Martinez................................... 34 Lisa Martinez................................... 33 Lisa Martinez................................... 15

RUNS

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1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Pam Reinoehl.................................. 26 Pam Reinoehl.................................. 28 Pam Reinoehl.................................. 29 Pam Reinoehl.................................. 49 Pam Goldsborough.......................... 38 Vicki Cody........................................ 28 Corky Foo........................................ 29

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Player Hits Jamia Reid...................................... 65 Valerie Arioto.................................. 71 Christina Schallig............................. 63 Haley Woods.................................... 65 Lindsay James................................. 65 Vicky Galindo................................... 83 Vicky Galindo................................... 73 Candace Harper.............................. 77 Eryn Manahan................................. 70 Lisa Iancin........................................ 74 Lisa Iancin........................................ 68 Lisa Iancin........................................ 63 Megumi Takasaki............................. 58 Jessica Parker................................. 56 Megumi Takasaki............................. 56 Gillian Boxx...................................... 90 Kendall Richards.............................. 81 Gillian Boxx...................................... 65 Keri Kropke...................................... 58 Keri Kropke...................................... 60 Sue Jacquez.................................... 53 Angie Jacobs................................... 57 Caryn Williams................................. 60 Kim Moe........................................... 49 Lisa Martinez................................... 48 Lisa Martinez................................... 66 Jo Baker........................................... 33 Pam Reinoehl.................................. 52 Pam Reinoehl.................................. 48 Kelly Kirkland................................... 63 Pam Reinoehl.................................. 63 Pam Goldsborough.......................... 59 Ann Wondolowski............................ 43 Cheryl Westberg.............................. 30

HITS

DOUBLES Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Player 2B Valerie Arioto.................................... 6 Valerie Arioto.................................. 17 Alex Sutton...................................... 13 Haley Woods.................................... 14 Vicky Galindo................................... 11 Vicky Galindo................................... 18 Courtney Scott................................. 12 Candace Harper.............................. 18 Paige Bowie..................................... 10 Courtney Scott................................. 10 Candace Harper.............................. 17 Lisa Iancin........................................ 17 Lisa Iancin........................................ 14 Katie May......................................... 12 Jessica Parker................................. 16 Megumi Takasaki............................. 10 Melanie McCart................................ 15 Kendall Richards . ........................... 14 Gillian Boxx...................................... 12 Lidia Stiglich..................................... 14 Sue Jacquez.................................... 15 Kim Kappus..................................... 13

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Angie Jacobs..................................... 9 Christy Calderon.............................. 10 Kim Moe............................................. 7 Stephanie Hinds................................ 7 Lisa Martinez..................................... 9 Angie Jacobs..................................... 9 Jackie Bowman.................................. 4 Roni Deutch....................................... 4 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 9 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 7 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 6 Corky Foo.......................................... 5 Mary Fleming..................................... 5 3 Players............................................ 3 Connie Stith....................................... 3 Cheryl Westberg................................ 3

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Player 3B Jamia Reid........................................ 3 Valerie Arioto.................................... 4 Julie Meyer........................................ 2 Erika Racklin...................................... 2 Emily Friedman.................................. 2 Carly Winger...................................... 2 Gina Leomiti....................................... 2 Vicky Galindo..................................... 3 Vicky Galindo..................................... 2 Vicky Galindo..................................... 4 Five with One..................................... 1 Amber Phillips.................................... 2 Pauline Due‑as.................................. 3 Amber Phillips.................................... 5 Pauline Due‑as.................................. 2 Megumi Takasaki............................... 3 Jessica Parker................................... 2 Melanie McCart.................................. 2 Gillian Boxx........................................ 4 Kendall Richards . ........................... 10 Keri Kropke........................................ 3 Keri Kropke........................................ 2 Keri Kropke........................................ 5 Keri Kropke........................................ 6 Angie Jacobs..................................... 3 Marielle Vaughn................................. 3 Lynda Wills......................................... 3 Kim Moe............................................. 4 Lisa Martinez..................................... 3 Lisa Martinez..................................... 6 Heather Bo......................................... 3 Lori Newdoll....................................... 3 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 7 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 5 4 Players............................................ 2 Corky Foo.......................................... 7 Mary Fleming..................................... 4 Vicki Cody.......................................... 4 Vicki Cody.......................................... 6 Vicki Cody.......................................... 5

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Player HR Sanoe Kekahuna............................ 11 Gina Leomiti....................................... 8 Alex Sutton...................................... 12 Haley Woods.................................... 16 Haley Woods.................................... 13 Haley Woods.................................... 16 Veronica Nelson............................... 13

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Veronica Nelson................................. 9 Veronica Nelson............................... 19 Veronica Nelson............................... 14 Amber Phillips.................................... 7 Megumi Takasaki............................... 5 Carlyn Rojas...................................... 5 Melanie McCart................................ 10 Melanie McCart.................................. 9 Gillian Boxx........................................ 7 Kendall Richards................................ 7 Gillian Boxx........................................ 4 Jennifer Horgan................................. 5 3 Players............................................ 1 Robyn Burgess.................................. 2 Angie Jacobs..................................... 1 Angie Jacobs..................................... 3 3 Players............................................ 1 Lisa Martinez..................................... 1 Lisa Martinez..................................... 3 JoAnn Graham................................... 3 Heather Bo......................................... 2 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 5 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 2 Kelly Kirkland..................................... 2 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 5 Pam Reinoehl.................................... 7 Pam Goldsborough............................ 5 Corky Foo.......................................... 5 Corky Foo.......................................... 6

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Player RBI Valerie Arioto.................................. 37 Gina Leomiti..................................... 37 Gina Leomiti..................................... 50 Alex Sutton...................................... 47 Haley Woods.................................... 55 Haley Woods.................................... 58 Haley Woods.................................... 57 Courtney Scott................................. 42 Courtney Scott................................. 46 Veronica Nelson............................... 52 Veronica Nelson............................... 42 Lisa Iancin........................................ 36 Holly Yost......................................... 25 Melanie McCart................................ 54 Jessica Parker................................. 37 Jenny Ackley.................................... 47 Gillian Boxx...................................... 42 Gillian Boxx...................................... 44 Jennifer Horgan............................... 30 Janeen LaGrace.............................. 24 Sue Jacquez.................................... 20 Angie Jacobs................................... 26 Kim Moe........................................... 29 Kim Moe........................................... 22 Erin Cassidy..................................... 20 Lisa Martinez................................... 25 Heather Bo....................................... 11 Pam Reinoehl.................................. 17 Kelly Kirkland................................... 15 Andy Sievers.................................... 24 Ann Wondolowski............................ 28 Pam Goldsborough.......................... 28 Corky Foo........................................ 23 Corky Foo........................................ 25

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ERA Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Player ERA Marissa Drewrey......................... 2.14 Valerie Arioto............................... 1.93 Lauren Frankiewicz....................... 3.39 Kristina Thorson............................ 0.83 Kristina Thorson............................ 1.09 Kristina Thorson............................ 0.87 Kelly Anderson.............................. 1.05 Jocelyn Forest.............................. 1.11 Jocelyn Forest.............................. 0.82 Nicole DiSalvio.............................. 1.38 Jocelyn Forest.............................. 1.32 Whitney Floyd............................... 1.50 Holly Yost...................................... 2.74 Whitney Floyd............................... 1.40 Whitney Floyd............................... 1.38 Anne Walsh................................... 1.34 Michele Granger........................... 0.50 Michele Granger........................... 0.55 Michele Granger........................... 0.43 Michele Granger........................... 0.35 Robyn Burgess............................. 0.71 Erin Cassidy.................................. 0.79 Judy Arciniega.............................. 0.78 Lisa Martinez................................ 0.22 Kim Moe........................................ 0.63 Margaret Sutter............................. 0.79 Margaret Sutter............................. 1.05 Margaret Sutter............................. 0.80 Leslie Partch................................. 0.28 Leslie Partch................................. 0.36 Leslie Partch................................. 0.27 Corky Foo..................................... 1.99 Connie Stith.................................. 3.17

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Player Wins Marissa Drewrey............................ 24 Marissa Drewrey............................ 29 Lauren Frankiewicz.......................... 18 Kristina Thorson............................... 36 Kelly Anderson................................. 28 Kristina Thorson............................... 28 Kelly Anderson................................. 23 Jocelyn Forest................................. 29 Jocelyn Forest................................. 27 Jocelyn Forest................................. 23 Jocelyn Forest................................. 24 Whitney Floyd.................................. 19 Holly Yost......................................... 29 Whitney Floyd.................................. 22 Whitney Floyd.................................. 23 Anne Walsh...................................... 25 Michele Granger.............................. 30 Michele Granger.............................. 30 Michele Granger.............................. 33 Michele Granger.............................. 24 Robyn Burgess................................ 24 Erin Cassidy..................................... 23 Kim Moe........................................... 17 Kim Moe........................................... 17 Kim Moe........................................... 18 Margaret Sutter................................ 15 Margaret Sutter................................ 19 Margaret Sutter................................ 20 Leslie Partch.................................... 26 Leslie Partch ................................... 31 Leslie Partch.................................... 20 Corky Foo........................................ 15 Connie Stith..................................... 10

INNINGS PITCHED Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Player IP Marissa Drewrey....................... 218.2 Marissa Drewrey....................... 314.0 Lauren Frankiewicz..................... 208.1 Kristina Thorson.......................... 302.0 Kelly Anderson............................ 240.2 Kristina Thorson.......................... 226.1 Kelly Anderson............................ 247.0 Jocelyn Forest............................ 283.2 Jocelyn Forest............................ 255.1 Jocelyn Forest............................ 242.2 Jocelyn Forest............................ 212.0 Whitney Floyd............................. 210.0 Holly Yost.................................... 319.3 Whitney Floyd............................. 235.7 Whitney Floyd............................. 233.3 Anne Walsh................................. 214.0 Michele Granger......................... 321.0 Michele Granger......................... 266.2 Michele Granger......................... 312.1 Michele Granger......................... 277.6 Robyn Burgess........................... 247.4 Kim Moe...................................... 225.7 Kim Moe...................................... 196.3 Kim Moe...................................... 178.6 Kim Moe...................................... 211.6 Margaret Sutter........................... 203.0 Margaret Sutter........................... 225.6 Leslie Partch............................... 215.6 Leslie Partch............................... 252.6 Leslie Partch............................... 269.5 Sue Kensill.................................. 163.6 Corky Foo................................... 158.3 Connie Stith.................................. 95.0

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Player K Marissa Drewrey.......................... 241 Marissa Drewrey.......................... 312 Lauren Frankiewicz........................ 200 Kristina Thorson............................. 461 Kristina Thorson............................. 225 Kristina Thorson............................. 232 Kelly Anderson............................... 199 Jocelyn Forest............................... 379 Jocelyn Forest............................... 364 Jocelyn Forest............................... 234 Jocelyn Forest .............................. 226 Whitney Floyd................................ 150 Holly Yost....................................... 186 Anne Walsh.................................... 125 Whitney Floyd................................ 203 Anne Walsh.................................... 221 Michele Granger............................ 484 Michele Granger............................ 329 Michele Granger............................ 463 Michele Granger............................ 327 Robyn Burgess.............................. 187 Erin Cassidy................................... 129 Erin Cassidy................................... 108 Kim Moe......................................... 120 Kim Moe......................................... 166 Margaret Sutter.............................. 118 Margaret Sutter................................ 86 Leslie Partch.................................. 215 Leslie Partch.................................. 288 Leslie Partch.................................. 299 Leslie Partch.................................. 180 Corky Foo........................................ 10 Connie Stith..................................... 32

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POSTSEASON RESULTS AIAW CHAMPIONSHIP 1980 – 5TH TIE Regional at Fresno State (1st) Cal 1, Fresno State 0 Cal Poly Pomona 1, Cal 0 Cal 2, UCLA 0 Cal 2, Fresno State 1 Cal 1, Cal Poly Pomona 0 Cal 1, CS Fullerton 0 Cal 4, CS Fullerton 0 College World Series at Norman, OK Utah State 4, Cal 1 Cal 2, Massachusetts 0 Texas A&M 1, Cal 0

1981 – 5TH TIE Regional at Arizona State (2nd) Cal 2, Arizona State 1 CS Fullerton 3, Cal 2 Cal 6, Arizona State 0 CS Fullerton 3, Cal 0

1982 – 5TH TIE College World Series at Norman, OK Cal 5, Central Michigan 0 Oklahoma State 3, Cal 0 Texas A&M 5, Cal 0

College World Series at Norman, OK Cal 3, Illinois State 1 Cal 4, Oklahoma 1 CS Fullerton 1, Cal 0 UCLA 2, Cal 0

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP 1982 Regional at Arizona State Cal 1, Arizona State 0 Arizona State 3, Cal 1 Arizona State 2, Cal 1

1986 – 3RD TIE Regional at Arizona State Cal 8, Arizona State 0 Arizona State 3, Cal 0 Cal 2, Arizona State 1 College World Series at Omaha, NE Cal 2, Northwestern 0 CS Fullerton 3, Cal 0 Cal 1, Creighton 0 (8 innings) Texas A&M 1, Cal 0 (10 innings)

1987 Regional at Fresno State Fresno State 3, Cal 0 Fresno State 5, Cal 2

1988 Regional at Fresno State Cal 3, Fresno State 0 (8 innings) Fresno State 3, Cal 0 Fresno State 5, Cal 2

1989 Regional at Fresno State Fresno State 1, Cal 0 (10 innings) Fresno State 6, Cal 0

1990 Regional at Cal Cal 2, San Jose State 1 UNLV 1, Cal 0 Cal 1, UNLV 0 UNLV 2, Cal 1

1991 Senior Jocelyn Forest won eight straight postseason games for the Golden Bears in 2002, allowing a combined ERA of only 0.50.

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Regional at Fresno State Fresno State 2, Cal 0 Fresno State 8, Cal 1

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1992 – 5TH TIE Regional at Cal Cal 1, San Jose State 0 Cal 6, San Jose State 1 College World Series at Oklahoma City, OK Cal 3, Florida State 0 UCLA 10, Cal 0 (5 innings) Arizona 2, Cal 1

1993 Regional at Cal Cal 1, Cal State Sacramento 0 (9 innings) Long Beach State 5, Cal 0 Cal 1, Long Beach State 0 Long Beach State 2, Cal 1

1994 Regional at Fresno State Oregon 3, Cal 2 Cal 8, Central Michigan 0 (6 innings) Oregon 2, Cal 1 (20 innings)

1995 Regional at Cal State Sacramento Fresno State 2, Cal 1 Cal 2, Cal State Sacramento 1 Fresno State 2, Cal 0

1996 – 5TH TIE Regional at Fresno State Cal 4, Long Beach State 1 Cal 1, Fresno State 0 Cal 2, Fresno State 1 (9 innings) College World Series at Columbus, GA Cal 2, SW Louisiana 0 Washington 9, Cal 7 Iowa 1, Cal 0


1997 Regional at Fresno State Fresno State 7, Cal 0 Cal 3, Cal State Northridge 2 (9 innings) Cal 3, Long Beach State 1 Fresno State 9, Cal 3

1998 Regional at Fresno State Cal 3, Cal State Northridge 1 Fresno State 6, Cal 3 Minnesota 3, Cal 2

1999 – 3RD TIE Regional at Massachusetts Cal 5, Hofstra 4 Cal 1, Massachusetts 0 SW Louisiana 2, Cal 1 Cal 2, Massachusetts 0 (8 innings) Cal 3, SW Louisiana 0 Cal 8, SW Louisiana 1 College World Series at Oklahoma City, OK Arizona 3, Cal 0 Cal 2, Arizona State 0 Cal 1, Fresno State 0 Washington 3, Cal 0

2000 – 7TH TIE Regional at Fresno State Cal 2, Florida 0 Cal 3, Cal State Fullerton 2 Fresno State 2, Cal 0 Cal 2, Florida 1 Cal 2, Fresno State 0 College World Series at Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma 2, Cal 1 Arizona 6, Cal 0

2001 – 5TH TIE Regional at Florida State Cal 2, Connecticut 0 Cal 2, Florida Atlantic 0 Cal 1, Florida State 0 Florida State 2, Cal 1 Cal 3, Florida State 2 (10 innings) College World Series at Oklahoma City, OK Arizona 3, Cal 2 Cal 5, Michigan 2 Stanford 1, Cal 0

2002 – 1ST Regional at Fresno State Cal 2, Fresno State 1 (10 innings) Cal 1, Stanford 0 Cal 4, Cal State Fullerton 2 Cal 1, Cal State Fullerton 0 College World Series at Oklahoma City, OK Cal 4, Oklahoma 2 Cal 1, Florida State 0 Cal 3, Arizona State 0 Cal 6, Arizona 0

2003 – 2ND Regional at Michigan Cal 8, Oakland 0 (6 innings) Cal 9, Michigan 0 Cal 1, DePaul 0 Cal 1, DePaul 0 College World Series at Oklahoma City, OK Cal 7, UCLA 3 (10 innings) Texas 1, Cal 0 Cal 5, Oklahoma 2 Cal 2, Arizona 1 (12 innings) Cal 4, Arizona 1 UCLA 1, Cal 0

2004 – 2ND Regional at Nebraska Cal 4, Maine 0 Cal 2, Mississippi State 1 Cal 2, Nebraska 0 Cal 2, Nebraska 0

WCWS at Oklahoma City, OK UCLA 2, Cal 1 Arizona 3, Cal 2, 12 innings

2006 Regional at Iowa Cal 1, Illinois State 0 Cal 4, Nebraska 2 Cal 6, Nebraska 1 Super Regional at Oregon State Cal 2, OSU 1 OSU 1, Cal 0 OSU 3, Cal 0

2007 Regional at Tuscaloosa Cal 13, Florida State 6 Tennessee Tech 3, Cal 1 Alabama 13, Cal 1

2008

College World Series at Oklahoma City, OK Cal 4, Florida State 2 Cal 2, Oklahoma 1 LSU 4, Cal 1 Cal 4, LSU 1 UCLA 3, Cal 1

2005 – 6TH Regional at Fresno State BYU 3, Cal 1 Cal 4, Long Beach State 3 Cal 9, BYU 0, five innings Cal 3, Fresno State 1 Cal 1, Fresno State 0 Super Regionals at Baylor Cal 8, Baylor 0, six innings Baylor 4, Cal 1 Cal 7, Baylor 1

Regional at Fresno State Cal 4, San Diego State 1 Cal 3, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Cal 2 Cal 7, Fresno State 6 Super Regional at Florida Florida 4, Cal 2 Florida 4, Cal 2

2009 Regional at Florida State Cal 8, Mississippi 3 Cal 2, Oklahoma State 0 Cal 2, Oklahoma State 1 Super Regional at Florida Florida 2, Cal 0 Florida 2, Cal 1

CAL vs. NCAA OPPONENTS Alabama......................................................... 0-1 Arizona........................................................... 3-5 Arizona State................................................. 5-3 Baylor............................................................. 2-1 BYU................................................................ 1-1 Cal State Fullerton......................................... 3-1 Cal State Northridge...................................... 2-0 Cal State Sacramento.................................... 2-0 Central Michigan............................................ 1-0 Connecticut.................................................... 1-0 Creighton....................................................... 1-0 DePaul........................................................... 1-0 Florida............................................................ 2-4 Florida Atlantic............................................... 1-0 Florida State................................................... 6-1 Fresno State.............................................. 10-15 Hofstra........................................................... 1-0 Illinois State.................................................... 1-0 Iowa............................................................... 0-1 Long Beach State.......................................... 4-2 Louisiana State.............................................. 1-1 Maine............................................................. 1-0 Massachusetts............................................... 2-0 Michigan......................................................... 3-0 Minnesota...................................................... 0-1

Mississippi State ........................................... 2-0 Nebraska........................................................ 4-0 Northwestern.................................................. 1-0 Oakland.......................................................... 1-0 Oklahoma....................................................... 3-1 Oklahoma State............................................. 2-0 Oregon........................................................... 0-2 Oregon State.................................................. 1-2 San Jose State............................................... 3-0 San Diego State............................................. 1-0 Southwestern Louisiana................................. 3-1 Stanford......................................................... 1-1 Tennessee Tech............................................. 0-1 Texas.............................................................. 0-1 Texas A&M..................................................... 0-1 UCLA.............................................................. 1-4 UNLV.............................................................. 1-2 Washington.................................................... 0-2 All-Time NCAA Postseason Record.......78-55 AIAW Postseason Record........................13-8 NCAA Regional Record..........................57-31 NCAA Super Regional Record...................3-7 WCWS Record.......................................18-17

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ALL-TIME ROSTER A

Jenny Ackley ..................... 1995-98 Micki Adachi ........................... 1974 Themy-Jo Adachi . ............. 1976-79 Sarah Adams ..................... 2004-05 Val Altamirano ................... 1989-92 Kelly Anderson .................. 2002-05 Katie Andrew .......................... 2001 Gwen Arafiles .................... 2004-05 Valerie Arioto........... 2008-present Denise Arce ............................ 1988 Judy Arciniega ................... 1987-90 Carrie Arth...................... 2008-2009

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Stacey Baba ........................... 1977 Jo Baker ............................ 1981-84 Roxi Bardwell .................... 1980-82 Lauren Bauer.................. 2008-2009 Kristen Bayless . ................ 2002-05 Sandy Beach ..................... 1985-88 Jamia Berkman ................. 1986-88 Amy Bishop.............. 2009-present Victoria Blint ........................... 1994 Heather Bo ............................. 1984 Cassie Bobrow .................. 2002-03 Karen Bonini ...................... 1994-97 Linda Bothwell ........................ 1974 Paige Bowie .................. 1998-2001 Jacque Bowman ................ 1981-84 Gillian Boxx ....................... 1992-95 Tera Brandon .......................... 1992 Maiko Bristow .................... 1996-99 Robyn Burgess .................. 1989-92

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Christy Calderon . .............. 1988-91 Heather Camara ........... 2006, 2008 Donna Campana ............... 1987-88 Christy Campbell ............... 1992-93 Kelly Campbell .................. 1982-83 Erin Cassidy ...................... 1986-89 Cindy Casteel ......................... 1977 Shauna Chapin . ............ 1999-2000 Debra Chaw ...................... 1975-78 Jo Ellen Chew ........................ 1977 Vicky Cody ........................ 1977-79 Peggy Critz ........................ 1976-77 Marlo Cruz-Sands ...... 1989, ‘91-93

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Kourtney Davis ....................... 2001 Jen Deering ....................... 2000-03 Joan DeLeon ..................... 1977-78 Debra Delgado ....................... 1976 Roni Deutch . ..................... 1983-86 Tammy Dietrich . ..................... 1993 Nicole DiSalvio .............. 1998-2001 Ann Drake .............................. 1980 Kirsten Drake . ................... 1995-99 Marissa Drewrey...... 2007-present Pauline Duenas ............. 1998-2001

E

Denise Ebright ........................ 1995 Frani Echavarria...... 2009-present Kaleo Eldredge .................. 2002-05

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Evelyn Fernandez ............. 1985-88 Shari Fisher ....................... 1979-82 Marianne Flatland . ............ 1978-80 Mary Fleming . ................... 1978-81

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Whitney Floyd . .................. 1994-98 Corinne “Corky” Foo .......... 1977-80 Jocelyn Forest ............... 1999-2002 Dina Frandsen ................... 1994-97 Lauren Frankiewicz ........... 2006-07 Lori Friday .............................. 1985 Emily Friedman ................. 2004-06

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Karen Gai ............................... 1975 Deborah Gaisford ................... 1978 Vicky Galindo .................... 2003-05 Colleen Galloway ............ 1979, ‘81 Jeana Gevas...................... 2005-06 Pamela Goldsborough . ..... 1979-80 Keely Graf .............................. 1978 Jo Anne Graham .................... 1985 Michele Granger ................ 1989-93 Melinda Griffith ....................... 1974 Doreen Gutierrez .................... 1978 Candy Green ..................... 1976-77

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Becky Hanson ................... 1987-88 Candace Harper ............ 1999-2002 Shannon Harper ................ 2004-05 Paula Hernandez . .................. 1993 Savannah Hensley.................. 2008 Kathy Hicks ............................ 1980 Stephanie Hinds ................ 1984-87 Kelly Hintz ......................... 1982-83 Diana Ho ........................... 1974-75 Debra Hodson ........................ 1976 Barbara Hofer .................... 1988-90 LeAnna Hoglen . ................ 2002-03 Jennifer Horgan ................. 1991-92 Sati Houston............ 2009-present Shannon Houston.... 2007-present Cindy Huhn . ........................... 1984 Tricia Hunt ......................... 1998-99 Ty Hunter ................................ 1998

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Lisa Iancin ..................... 1997-2000 Michelle Ishihara ............... 1996-97

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Angie Jacobs .............. 1985, ‘87-89 Gretchen Jacobs ............... 1981-84 Sue Jacquez . .................... 1989-92 Lindsay James .................. 2003-06 Tracy Jensen .......................... 1975 Oneda Johnson ...................... 1974 Sheryl Johnson . ..................... 1978

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Lisa Kantor ........................ 1986-89 Sanoe Kekahuna..... 2008-present Kim Kappus ....................... 1989-90 Tina Kellner ....................... 1994-96 Taylor Kelly.............. 2007-present Sue Kensill ............................. 1979 Saanen Kerson . ..................... 1994 Theresa Kilgariff ................ 1996-97 Kelly Kirkland . ................... 1981-83 Chloe Kloezeman ................... 2006 Arlene Koski ...................... 1976-77 Jackie Kostka ......................... 1979 Rhonda Krider ................... 1994-95 Keri Kropke . ...................... 1990-93

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Janeen LaGrace ................ 1990-93 Brittany LaRosa.......... 2007-present

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Eryn Manahan ................... 2000-03 Marcia Mann . .................... 1974-75 Jean Marquardt ...................... 1975 Lisa Martinez ..................... 1984-86 Patricia Martinez . .............. 1977-79 Bernice Masaniai........ 2007-present Danielle Mashy ....................... 1993 Katie May .......................... 1996-99 Melanie McCart ................. 1994-97 Rose Messina . .................. 1986-87 Julie Meyer ........................ 2005-08 Katy Meyer ........................ 1981-83 Elena Mitschkowetz . ......... 1978-79 Kim Moe ............................ 1985-88 Meredith Mollner . ................... 1997 Jo Ann Momono ................ 1974-76 Tina Montoya . ................... 1989-92 Jessica Moore ................... 2006-07 Kristen Morley ............... 1999-2003 Cheri Mowry ........................... 1993

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Veronica Nelson ................ 2000-03 Nancy Nerenberg ................... 1978 Lori Newdoll . ..................... 1983-84 Valerie Nicklas ................... 1995-99

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Kathy O’Brien ......................... 1974 Ali O’Connor ........................... 1991 Lisa O’Connor ................... 1990-93 Jeannette Ong ........................ 1975 Jill Osur ............................. 1986-87

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Jessica Pamanian ............. 2002-05 Jessica Parker ................... 1993-97 Leslie Partch . .................... 1979-82 Marcia Partch ......................... 1982 Mikella Pedretti .................. 2000-03 Erika Perez ........................ 1992-95 Amber Phillips ............... 1998-2001 Ivy Pinkerton . ......................... 1990 Stacy Pitton ....................... 1987-90 Janice Pontes ......................... 1978 Laura Power .................. 1999-2000

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Michelle Quinney ............... 1978-79

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Erika Racklin ..................... 2005-08 Shauna Rajkowski ............. 1984-87 Frances Reed ................... 1986, 88 Jennifer Reichhoff .................. 2002 Elia Reid................... 2009-present Jamia Reid............... 2009-present Pam Reinoehl .................... 1980-83 Kendall Richards ............... 1993-94 Theresa Robinson ............. 1979-80 Anne Marie Rockwell . ............ 1977 Roni Rodrigues . ................ 2002-04 Carlyn Rojas ...................... 1996-98 Jennifer Russell ................. 1983-84

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Debbie Salazor .................. 1974-76 Pua Santiago .......................... 1986 Pat Sauer ............................... 1974 Kim Sawyer ............................ 1985 Christina Schallig..................... 2007 Nikki Schrey............................ 2009 Emily Schwegman .................. 1978 Courtney Scott . ................. 2000-03 Peggy Scully . ......................... 1978 Donna Seid . ...................... 1974-76 Danielle Setiawan . ................. 2001 Vernae Sevilla.......... 2007-present Tonya Seymore ................. 1991-94 Morgan Siegel ................... 2006-07 Andria Sievers ................... 1980-83 Cheryl Smith ........................... 1980 Karen Smith . ................... 1981, ‘84 Heather Smittle . ................ 1989-91 Alyssa Smoke . ....................... 2004 Chelsea Spencer ............... 2002-05 Dorothy Stevenson ................. 1975 Joan Stevenson . .................... 1974 Lidia Stiglich ...................... 1989-92 Connie Stith ....................... 1974-77 Beth Strauss ........................... 1985 Mary Streshly ......................... 1987 Margaret Sutter ................. 1981-84 Alex Sutton ........................ 2004-07 Gloria Swanson ...................... 1975

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Megumi Takasaki . ............. 1996-99 Debbie Temple .................. 1974-75 Laura Terada ..................... 1992-95 Connie Thodos ....................... 1974 Shannon Thomas.... 2009-present Kris Thorig .............................. 1994 Kristina Thorson ................ 2003-06 Marsha Tiller ........................... 1982 Chanel Tripp ........................... 2003

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Sherri Uffelman ...................... 1979

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Katelyn Valenzuela ................. 2005 Marielle Vaughn . .................... 1989 Jessica Vernaglia .............. 2002-05 Katie Vickers ..................... 2006-08

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Marilyn Walker . ...................... 1980 Anne Walsh ....................... 1994-96 Mary Walsh . ........................... 1991 Linzi Wescott .......................... 2003 Cheryl Westberg . .............. 1976-77 Nancy White ........................... 1985 Anne Williams . .................. 1990-91 Caryn Williams .................. 1985-88 Lynda Wills ........................ 1985-88 Rachel Wilson ................... 2005-06 Carly Winger . .................... 2006-07 Ann Wondoloski ................ 1977-80 Haley Woods ..................... 2003-06

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Susan Yoshioka ...................... 1975 Holly Yost . ......................... 1996-99

Z

Judy Zeigler ............................ 1983


ALL-TIME RESULTS 1972

HEAD COACH: DEBBIE GEBHARDT OVERALL RECORD: 2-4

Sonoma State Cal State Hayward Nevada Chico State Sacramento State UC Davis

5-1 7-11 6-8 8-6 2-4 2-9

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HEAD COACH: DEBBIE GEBHARDT OVERALL RECORD: 2-4 NCIAC RECORD: 4TH

Sonoma State Chico State Cal State Hayward Nevada Sacramento State UC Davis

22-19 7-13 10-6 9-11 6-14 1-11

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HEAD COACH: CONI STAFF OVERALL RECORD: 5-4 NCIAC RECORD: 5TH

UC Santa Cruz San Francisco State UC Davis Chico State Sacramento State Cal State Hayward Nevada Sonoma State

8-7 5-4 2-8 9-7 8-10 0-1 5-12, 10-5 5-4

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1975

HEAD COACH: CONI STAFF OVERALL RECORD: 4-3 NCIAC RECORD: 3RD

Sacramento State UC Davis Chico State Cal State Hayward Nevada Sonoma State Humboldt State

9-18 8-16 5-3 14-13 2-4 19-9 13-1

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1976

HEAD COACH: MYRTLE BAKER OVERALL RECORD: 9-6 NCIAC RECORD: 3RD

Nevada Humboldt State Chico State Sacramento State Cal Poly Pomona Nevada San Diego State Sonoma State Nevada Portland San Francisco Note: records incomplete

2-8 17-1 3-1 0-3 L L W W L L, W W

1977

HEAD COACH: MYRTLE BAKER OVERALL RECORD: 12-9 NORCAL RECORD: 5-3/4TH

San Francisco State San Francisco Oregon State UD Davis Sonoma State Nevada Cal State Hayward Sacramento State

13-7 10-5 1-5 6-4 18-4 2-12 15-5 6-12

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UC Davis 16-10 Sacramento State 0-8 San Francisco State 4-3 Chico State 2-9 Chabot 10-2 Chico State 0-13 Humboldt State 23-2 Pacific 14-3 San Francisco 17-6 UC Davis 15-19 UC Riverside 3-4 UC Santa Barbara 1-5 UC San Diego 11-7 1 – NCIAC Tournament, Chico, CA 2 – All-California Tournament

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1978

HEAD COACH: BONNIE JOHNSON OVERALL RECORD: 19-19-1 NORCAL RECORD: 2ND

Nevada 2-4, 2-8 Pacific 4-8, 3-15 Utah State 2-11 Cal Poly SLO 0-10, 2-19 UC Riverside 10-4, 12-6 UCLA 0-6, 1-7 San Francisco 10-0, 6-5 Nevada 5-1, 9-9 Fresno State 4-3, 5-1 Santa Clara 10-4 Pacific 6-5, 7-6 Fresno State 0-2, 0-4 San Francisco 6-1, 12-5 Sacramento State 4-6 Oregon State 7-11 Oregon Tech 25-0 Portland State 5-4 Humboldt State 13-2 Sacramento State 3-1, 0-4 Southern Oregon State 8-7 West Valley JC 4-5 Nevada 3-4 San Francisco State 16-1, 8-10 UC San Diego 4-0 UC Davis 1-4 UC Santa Barbara 0-6 1 – Reno Invitational, Reno, NV

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1979

HEAD COACH BONNIE JOHNSON OVERALL RECORD: 37-9 NORCAL RECORD: 1ST

Nevada 1-0, 4-1 UC Davis 5-3, 6-1 Sacramento State 2-8, 2-0 San Francisco 10-0, 10-0 Portland State 3-2, 7-1 Humboldt State 3-6, 6-5 Fresno State 8-1, 2-0 Portland State 1-0 Oregon Col. of Education 8-2 Oregon State 0-1 Oregon 0-1 Pacific 8-1, 11-0 Fresno State 6-0, 1-2 Santa Clara 10-0, 9-0 San Francisco 2-1, 12-0 San Francisco State 6-0 Portland State 2-3 Northern Arizona 3-1 Chico State 1-0 Nevada 7-4 Weber State 3-0 Portland State 4-5 Santa Clara 2-0, 5-0 UC Santa Barbara 1-0

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Sacramento State 2-1 West Valley JC 1-0 San Francisco State 16-0, 14-0 Pacific 3-0, 9-0 Cal Poly SLO 5-4 UCLA 0-3 Sacramento State 4-1 Cal Poly Pomona 0-10 1 – Reno Invitational, Reno, NV

H H A H A N N A

1980

HEAD COACH: BONNIE JOHNSON OVERALL RECORD: 46-11 NORCAL RECORD: 1ST

UC Davis 2-1, 4-0 Nevada 2-1, 0-2 Stanford 12-1, 15-2 Portland State 11-1, 8-0 Oregon 1-0, 3-1 Cal Poly SLO 5-0, 3-2 Cal State Fullerton 3-2, 6-3 Cal Poly Pomona 1-2, 0-1 UCLA 0-1, 4-1 U.S. International 12-0, 6-0 Santa Clara 12-0, 6-0 San Francisco 2-0, 1-3 Pacific 10-0, 11-0 Fresno State 2-1, 2-3 Portland State 15-1 1 Idaho State 2-4 1 Northern Arizona 8-1 1 Pacific 11-1 1 Fresno State 6-1 1 Utah 1-0 1 Chico State 1-2 1 Sacramento State 4-0 2 Oregon State 1-0 2 Oklahoma 2-1, 1-0 2 Pacific 7-0, 2-0 San Francisco 4-0, 11-1 Fresno State 1-0, 2-0 Santa Clara 12-0, 5-0 Fresno State 1-0 Cal Poly Pomona 0-1 3 UCLA 2-0 3 Fresno State 2-1 3 Cal Poly Pomona 1-0 3 Cal State Fullerton 1-0, 4-0 3 Utah State 1-4 4 Massachusetts 2-0 4 Texas A&M 0-1 4 1 – Reno Invitational, Reno, NV 2 – Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA 3 – WAIAW Tournament, Fresno, CA 4 – AIAW College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

1981

HEAD COACH: BONNIE JOHNSON OVERALL RECORD: 48-13 NORCAL RECORD: 1ST

UC Davis Nevada Santa Clara San Francisco LSU Texas-Arlington Missouri Ohio State Oklahoma Northern Colorado Iowa Western Michigan Ohio State Western Michigan

8-0, 9-0 4-0, 1-0 1-0, 8-0 3-0, 2-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 2-1 7-0 0-1 12-0 0-1

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Michigan State 0-1 1 Carthage 10-0 1 Oklahoma 1-0 1 Iowa State 2-1 2 Missouri 0-1 2 Texas A&M 0-1 2 West Texas State 8-0 2 Oklahoma State 2-1 2 New Mexico 0-1 2 Santa Clara 12-0, 4-1 A Stanislaus State 9-0 3 Oregon State 3-0 3 Arizona State 1-0, 2-0 Fresno State 1-2, 2-1 A Pacific 2-0, 5-2 A San Francisco 2-1, 2-0 H Cal Poly Pomona 3-0, 1-0 H San Francisco 3-0 4 Fresno State 1-2 4 Sacramento State 9-0 4 Oregon 7-0 4 Fresno State 3-0 4 Pacific 9-1, 2-0 H Sacramento State 4-2, 9-0 Fresno State 1-0, 3-2 H Arizona State 2-1 5 Cal State Fullerton 2-3 5 Arizona State 6-0 5 Cal State Fullerton 1-3 5 Illinois State 3-1 6 Oklahoma 4-1 6 Cal State Fullerton 0-1 6 UCLA 0-2 6 1 – Oklahoma Invitational, Norman, OK 2 – Texas Women’s Invitational, Denton, TX 3 – Pacific Invitational, Stockton, CA 4 – Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA 5 – WAIAW Tournament, Tempe, AZ 6 – AIAW College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

1982

HEAD COACH BONNIE JOHNSON OVERALL RECORD: 37-17-1 NORCAL RECORD: 2ND

UC Davis 6-0, 17-0 San Francisco 1-0, 13-3 Stanford 10-0, 1-0 Santa Clara 7-0, 9-0 Oregon State 2-0, 1-0 U.S. International 2-1, 1-0 Cal Poly Pomona 0-2, 0-0 Cal State Fullerton 0-1, 3-0 UCLA 0-3 San Diego State 2-0 Arizona State 0-2 San Francisco 5-2 Texas A&M 0-1 San Francisco 3-2, 1-0 Cal State Hayward 4-0 Cal State Fullerton 0-1 Sacramento State 1-0 Arizona 2-0 Utah State 3-5 Long Beach State 5-4 Cal State Dominguez Hills 3-1 Utah 6-4 Fresno State 1-3 Long Beach State 4-1 Santa Clara W, W San Francisco 4-2 Pacific 4-0 Utah 0-1, 1-0 Fresno State 0-1, 0-6

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Stanford 10-2, 7-0 H Pacific 0-4 A Fresno State 1-0, 1-2 A Pacific 1-0, 5-0 H Arizona State 1-0, 1-3, 1-2 5 Central Michigan 5-0 6 Oklahoma State 0-3 6 Texas A&M 0-5 6 1 – Pony Invitational, Fullerton, CA 2 – Pacific Invitational, Stockton, CA 3 – Las Vegas Invitational, Las Vegas, NV 4 – California Invitational, Berkeley, CA 5 – WAIAW Tournament, Tempe, AZ 6 – AIAW College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

1983

HEAD COACH: DONNA TERRY OVERALL RECORD: 26-21 NORPAC RECORD: 6-6/4TH

Fresno State 2-0, 2-0 H Pacific 1-2, 1-4 A U.S. International 9-0, 0-7 A San Diego State 3-0, 0-2 A U.S. International 2-0 1 Cal Poly Pomona 0-2 1 Weber State 3-4 1 New Mexico State 1-0 1 Fresno State 2-1 1 Cal Poly Pomona 0-2 1 Cal State Fullerton 0-2, 0-2 H Pacific 0-3, 3-4 H Fresno State 0-4, 0-1 A San Francisco 1-0, 4-0 H U.S. International 4-0 2 Sacramento State 5-0 2 Cal Poly SLO 8-1 2 Cal State Northridge 0-2 2 Santa Clara 15-0, 5-0 H San Francisco 3-1, 11-0 A Nebraska 1-2 3 Texas A&M 0-5 3 Creighton 1-0 3 Nebraska 3-4 3 Santa Clara 6-0, 7-0 A Oregon 3-0, 1-0 A Oregon State 1-5, 1-4 A UC Santa Barbara 2-4, 4-0 H UC Santa Barbara 3-0 4 Pacific 0-1 4 Nebraska 1-2 4 San Francisco 2-0 4 Fresno State 2-1 4 1 – Pony Invitational, Fullerton, CA 2 – Pacific Invitational, Stockton, CA 3 – Nebraska Invitational, Lincoln, NE 4 – Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA

1984

HEAD COACH: DONNA TERRY OVERALL RECORD: 27-19-1 NORPAC RECORD: 8-4/3RD

Pacific San Francisco Fresno State San Francisco Northern Arizona Utah Nevada Northern Arizona Nevada Utah Oregon State Oregon Utah Fresno State Pacific

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1-2, 1-1 2-0, 1-4 0-3, 1-0 2-1, 2-1 0-3 2-1 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-5 1-0, 0-1 2-0, 7-1 2-1 0-1 1-2

H H A A 1 1 1 1 1 1 H H 2 2 2

UCLA 0-1, 0-4 UC Santa Barbara 4-2, 8-6 Fresno State 1-2, 0-1 Santa Clara 6-1, 14-0 Oregon State 1-0 Sacramento State 8-1 Stanford 7-0 UC Santa Barbara 5-0 U.S. International 1-0 Arizona State 0-2 Pacific 1-3 Arizona 0-4 Santa Clara 10-0, 2-0 Pacific 0-4, 2-0 UC Santa Barbara 2-0 Oregon 1-0 Fresno State 2-1 Oregon State 0-1 San Francisco 3-0 Pacific 0-1 1 – Reno Invitational, Reno, NV 2 – Pony Invitational, Fullerton, CA 3 – Libby Matson Invitational, Lodi, CA 4 – Cal Invitational, Berkeley, CA

A A H H 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 A A 4 4 4 4 4 4

1985

HEAD COACH: DONNA TERRY OVERALL RECORD: 35-25 NORPAC-10 RECORD: 6-4/4TH

Santa Clara 10-0, 11-0 A San Francisco 3-1, 0-2 A Pacific 0-1, 6-0 A Cal State Hayward 11-0, 2-0 H Stanford 5-2, 6-0 H USC 7-2, 10-0 H Fresno State 0-1, 1-2 A San Diego State 2-0, 0-1 N San Diego State 4-1, 1-2 N Texas A&M 0-6, 1-0 H Pacific 0-2, 0-3 H Oregon State 0-1 H Cal State Fullerton 4-3 1 San Francisco 3-1 1 Pacific 1-2 1 Oregon State 1-0 2 U.S. International 3-1 2 UCLA 1-2 2 Stanford 6-0, 2-0 A Long Beach State 3-2, 0-1 H Santa Clara 10-0, 12-0 H San Francisco 2-1, 1-0 H UC Santa Barbara 0-1 3 Fresno State 1-0 3 Cal State Fullerton 7-0 3 U.S. International 4-0 3 Fresno State 1-2, 1-3 H Utah 1-2, 4-3 4 Arizona 3-0 4 Brigham Young 4-1 4 Utah State 10-4 4 Nevada 4-0 4 Northern Arizona 7-0 4 Cal Poly Pomona 0-1, 2-1 H Oregon 2-0, 2-0 A Oregon State 1-2, 0-1 A Fresno State 1-2 5 San Francisco 3-2 5 Oregon State 1-0 5 Fresno State 3-0, 1-3 5 1 – Pony Invitational, Fullerton, CA 2 – Pacific Invitational, Stockton, CA 3 – Libby Matson Invitational, Lodi, CA 4 – Utah Invitational, Salt Lake City, UT 6 – NorPac Tournament, Fresno, CA

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1986 1986

HEAD COACH: DONNA TERRY OVERALL RECORD: 43-17 NORPAC RECORD: 8-2/T1ST

Cal Poly SLO 1-0, 1-0 H Fresno State 0-1, 1-2 H Nevada 3-0, 1-0 H San Francisco 5-1, 4-2 H Brigham Young 2-0, 5-0 H Texas A&M 1-0 N Long Beach State 1-0 1 Texas A&M 0-1 1 UNLV 2-0 1 Cal State Fullerton 0-5 1 Cal Poly Pomona 2-0 1 Adelphi 3-0 2 Minnesota 4-1 2 St. Mary’s (Texas) 4-1 2 Oklahoma State 0-2 2 Baylor 2-0 2 South Carolina 6-2 2 Northwestern 2-0 2 Stanford 6-0, 5-1 H San Jose State 5-0, 15-0 H Oregon State 1-2, 6-0 A Oregon 7-0, 4-1 A New Mexico State 2-1 3 Stanford 4-0 3 U.S. International 1-0 3 Arizona 3-4 3 Oregon State 8-0 3 San Francisco 7-0 3 Pacific 5-2 3 Arizona 1-8 3 Oregon 10-0, 4-1 H Long Beach State 2-0, 1-3 H Fresno State 0-1, 4-2 A Pacific 0-1, 0-1 A Stanford 5-1, 1-0 A San Jose State 1-0 4 Fresno State 0-1 4 Oregon State 2-0 4 Fresno State 0-2 4 Arizona State 8-0 5 Arizona State 0-3, 1-0 5 Northwestern 2-0 6 Cal State Fullerton 0-3 6 Creighton 1-0 6 Texas A&M 0-1 6 1 – Pony Invitational, Fullerton, CA 2 – Houston Classic, Houston, TX 3 – Libby Matson Invitational, Lodi, CA 4 – NorPac Tournament 5 – NCAA Regional, Tempe, AZ 6 – Women’s College World Series, Omaha, NE

1987

HEAD COACH: DONNA TERRY OVERALL RECORD: 34-15 PAC-10 RECORD: 8-2/1ST

San Francisco 5-0, 2-0 Pacific 0-5, 4-1 Nevada 6-0 Fresno State 1-0 Nevada 2-1, 6-5 Michigan 4-3 New Mexico State 11-1 Adams State 8-0 Central Arizona JC (Exh) 6-3 BYU Club (Exh) 2-0 Fresno State 0-5 Nevada 5-0 Adelphi 1-0 Pacific 1-0 Northwestern 1-2 Nebraska 2-1, 2-1 Arizona State 3-0, 2-1 Nebraska 0-1 Central Michigan 1-3 UNLV 3-0 Kansas 8-0 UCLA 1-3 Cal Poly SLO 1-2, 1-0 UCLA 3-0, 1-0 Fresno State 2-0, 1-3 Arizona 1-0, 0-5 Oregon 2-1 Oregon State 0-1 Arizona 1-6 San Francisco 2-1 Pacific 5-0 Oregon 5-3 Oregon State 6-1, 1-0 Oregon 4-2, 0-6 San Francisco 1-0, 3-0 U.S. International 1-0, 1-2 Fresno State 0-3 Fresno State 2-5 1 – Roadrunner Tournament, Las Cruces, NM 2 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 3 – Libby Matson Invitational, Lodi, CA 4 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA

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1988

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 39-24 PAC-10 RECORD: 7-11/5TH

Pacific 2-3, 2-0 Arizona State 1-0, 3-4 Arizona 2-3, 0-7 Iowa State 3-5 Long Beach State 1-4 UC Santa Barbara 1-0 Arizona State 5-1 New Mexico State 4-1 Oregon 4-5 UCLA 0-6, 0-2 San Francisco 3-1, 8-0 Nevada 4-0, 4-2 Indiana 6-1 SW Louisiana 4-0 Texas-Arlington 2-0 Colorado State 7-0 Sam Houston State 4-0 Bowling Green 6-0 Iowa State 2-3 Utah 4-3 Northwestern 3-2 Arizona State 1-2, 2-5 Central Michigan 2-3 Utah State 2-1 Kansas 9-0 Oklahoma 11-5 UCLA 0-1 Oregon State 2-0, 1-0 Oregon 2-3, 2-1 Adelphi 1-0, 10-2 Fresno State 3-1, 1-3 San Francisco 3-2, 2-0 Arizona 2-3, 4-0 Fresno State 5-2, 0-1 Hawaii 1-0, 3-1 Cal State Fullerton 0-1, 1-0 San Jose State 3-1, 4-0 UCLA 0-4, 1-0 Cal State Fullerton 1-3, 3-0 Oregon 4-1, 0-1 Fresno State 3-0 Fresno State 0-3, 2-5 1 – Nissan Invitational, Tucson, AZ 2 – Houston Classic, Houston, TX 3 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 4 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA

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1989

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 38-26 PAC-10 RECORD: 10-10/4TH

Pacific New Mexico State Kansas Bowling Green Oregon Long Beach State Utah Nebraska Oregon State San Jose State Nevada San Jose State UCLA Cal State Fullerton Arizona State Indiana New Mexico Massachusetts Central Michigan Santa Clara Northwestern Cal Poly Pomona New Mexico State Texas A&M

0-2, 1-2 8-0 6-0 1-0 1-0 0-3 3-0 0-1 4-0, 3-0 1-0, 7-1 11-0, 1-0 3-0, 9-0 0-1, 0-2 0-1, 0-1 1-0, 1-0 3-2 3-1 3-0 0-2 20-0 8-0 4-0 1-4 0-1

H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H H H A A A H 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3

U.S. International 1-0 Utah 1-8 St. Mary’s 2-0, 11-0 Oregon 4-3, 7-1 UCLA 2-7, 0-2 Fresno State 5-6, 0-6 Oregon State 9-0, 7-0 Oregon 2-1, 0-4 U.S. International 5-0, 4-0 St. Mary’s 2-1, 5-0 San Francisco 1-0, 9-2 Arizona State 2-1, 0-1 Arizona 0-1, 2-3 San Francisco 11-0, 10-0 Fresno State 1-2, 2-3 Arizona 2-3, 0-1 Fresno State 0-1 Fresno State 0-6 1 – Nissan Invitational, Tucson, AZ 2 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 3 – Pony Invitational, Fullerton, CA 4 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA

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1990

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 41-28 PAC-10 RECORD: 9-9/T3RD

Santa Clara 6-3, 4-0 H Sacramento State 3-4, 0-2 H Oregon 1-2 1 Pacific 2-1 1 Arizona State 4-0 1 Ohio State 2-3 1 U.S. International 1-0 1 Minnesota 2-0 1 Utah 1-2 1 Pacific 0-1, 3-8 A Oregon State 7-0, 5-0 H San Jose State 1-0 H San Jose State 1-2, 2-0 A Cal State Fullerton 0-1, 0-1 H St. Mary’s 11-0, 8-0 A Arizona State 1-0, 1-0 H Oregon 6-0, 3-0 H Massachusetts 2-0, 7-1 H Massachusetts 2-0 2 Utah State 3-0 2 Michigan 5-1 2 Santa Clara 4-0 2 Sacramento State 2-0 2 Iowa 2-1 2 Arizona State 2-3 2 UCLA 0-2, 1-2 H Fresno State 0-2, 0-1 H Sacramento State 2-0, 3-0 A Fresno State 1-2, 0-1 A UCLA 0-1, 0-1 A U.S. International 0-1, 1-3 A Hawaii 1-0, 3-0 H Arizona State 2-1, 0-1 A Arizona 0-2, 0-9 A St. Mary’s 11-0, 7-0 H Chaminade 10-1 A Colorado State 2-0 3 Hawaii 4-0 3 New Mexico State 3-0 3 New Mexico State 3-2 3 Hawaii 3-0 3 Oregon 0-1, 0-1 A Oregon State 6-0, 2-1 A San Jose State 2-1 4 UNLV 0-1 4 UNLV 1-0 4 UNLV 0-1 4 1 – Arizona Softball Classic, Tucson, AZ 2 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 3 – Hawaii Invitational, Honolulu, HI 4 – NCAA Regional, Berkeley, CA

1992 1991

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 48-20 PAC-10 RECORD: 14-6/3RD

St. Mary’s 8-2, 12-0 H Fresno State 4-5, 0-1 H Pacific 1-0, 6-0 H Florida State 4-0 1 UCLA 3-6 1 Texas-Arlington 2-0 1 New Mexico State 10-5 1 Pacific 0-2 1 Arizona 0-4 1 Long Beach State 0-1 1 Utah State 5-0 2 San Diego State 2-1 2 Cal State Northridge 8-1 2 Long Beach State 1-2 2 Northwestern 4-1 2 Minnesota 3-5 2 Northwestern 6-0 2 Utah State 1-2 2 Sacramento State 2-0, 6-1 A Oregon State 1-0, 8-0 H Stanford 4-0, 11-0 H Pacific 3-0, 12-0 A Virginia 8-0 3 Adelphi 8-0 3 Creighton 3-0 3 Kansas 4-0 3 Arizona State 6-1 3 Adelphi 5-0, 2-1 H Oregon 3-0, 2-0 H Fresno State 0-1, 4-3 A Arizona 1-0, 0-4 H Arizona State 0-1, 0-3 H San Jose State 3-0, 1-0 H UCLA 2-0, 1-0 H Arizona State 2-0, 1-2 A Arizona 3-1, 1-0 A UCLA 0-1, 0-1 A Cal State Fullerton 0-1, 0-1 A Cal Poly Pomona 1-0, 1-0 A Sacramento State 3-0, 3-2 H Oregon State 7-0, 4-0 A Oregon 4-0, 1-0 A Cal State Northridge 3-0, 1-0 H Fresno State 0-2 4 Fresno State 1-8 4 1 – Arizona Softball Classic, Tucson, AZ 2 – San Diego State Tournament, San Diego, CA 3 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 4 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA

1992

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 47-16 PAC-10 RECORD: 8-8/3RD

Texas A&M 3-0 Cal State Fullerton 3-1 Long Beach State 5-0 Minnesota 4-0 Pacific 1-0 New Mexico State 6-0 Fresno State 1-0, 1-0 San Jose State 1-0, 0-6 Pacific 3-0, 4-0 Oregon 4-1, 6-1 Santa Clara 15-0, 8-0 Massachusetts 5-0, 4-1 SW Louisiana 1-0 St. Mary’s (Texas) 9-0 Central Michigan 1-2 Northeast Louisiana 10-0 Southeastern Louisiana 12-0 Indiana 8-0 Iowa 4-0, 1-0 Creighton 7-0 Hawaii 3-4 Michigan 5-4 San Jose State 6-5 UCLA 1-6 Hawaii 4-5 Arizona 1-3, 1-2 Arizona State 4-0, 1-2 Sacramento State 1-0, 3-2 UCLA 0-1, 1-3 St. Mary’s 10-0, 7-2 Santa Clara 8-0, 13-0 UCLA 0-2, 3-4 Cal State Northridge 1-0, 1-0 Stanford 10-0, 5-0 Oregon State 4-0, 1-0 Oregon 2-0, 0-1 Oregon State 1-0, 1-0 Sacramento State 0-1, 5-0 San Jose State 1-0 San Jose State 6-1 Florida State 3-0 UCLA 0-10 Arizona 1-2 1 – Arizona Softball Classic, Tucson, AZ 2 – Houston Classic, Houston, TX 3 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 4 – NCAA Regional, Berkeley, CA 5 – Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

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1993

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 37-20 PAC-10 RECORD: 12-10/3RD

Stanford 16-0, 16-0 H Pacific 10-0, 1-2 A Long Beach State 0-1 1 Minnesota 6-5 1 Northwestern 1-0 1 San Diego State 5-3 1 St. Mary’s 17-1 1 Northwestern 8-0 1 San Diego State 7-5 1 Ohio State 6-9 2 Cal State Fullerton 3-0 2 Northern Illinois 5-0 2 Arizona State 4-0 2 Minnesota 5-0 2 Cal State Fullerton 0-1 2 Arizona State 3-0, 6-0 H Oregon 0-1, 3-1 H Nebraska 8-0, 1-2 H Washington 3-0, 2-1 H Oklahoma 1-0 3 Hawaii 4-0 3 Sacramento State 4-0 3 Iowa 0-2 3 St. Mary’s 10-0, 6-0 H Stanford 26-0, 22-2 A Oregon State 2-0, 1-3 H Sacramento State 1-0, 3-2 H Cal Poly Pomona 0-1 A UCLA 0-1, 0-5 A Sacramento State 4-2, 0-1 A Arizona State 0-1, 0-8 A Arizona 0-1, 2-3 A Pacific 2-0, 4-0 H UCLA 0-2, 1-4 H San Jose State 10-0 H Washington 9-2, 3-2 A Sacramento State 1-0 4 Long Beach State 2-5 4 Long Beach State 1-0 4 Long Beach State 1-2 4 1 – San Diego State Spring Classic, San Diego, CA 1 – Arizona Softball Classic, Tucson, AZ 3 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 4 – NCAA Regional, Berkeley, CA

1994

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 40-21 PAC-10 RECORD: 10-12/5TH

Santa Clara St. Mary’s Sacramento State Cal State Northridge San Jose State Santa Clara Cal State Northridge Santa Clara San Jose State Pacific UCLA Arizona Arizona State Arizona State San Jose State Missouri Cleveland State Hawaii San Jose State Missouri Hawaii Oregon Central Michigan DePaul Nebraska

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

H A H 1 1 1 1 1 1 A A A A 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 H 3 3 3

Long Beach State 5-3 3 Nebraska 10-0 3 Michigan 5-3 3 Iowa 5-0 3 Oklahoma 6-5 3 Washington 4-2, 4-6 H Santa Clara 9-0, 4-0 A Oregon State 8-0, 4-0 H Arizona 1-10, 3-4 H St. Mary’s 2-0, 4-1 A Oregon 0-2, 2-3 A Oregon State 4-1, 3-0 A St. Mary’s 2-0 A Sacramento State 3-1, 4-1 A Arizona State 7-0, 4-0 H Washington 2-3, 2-7 A Oregon 2-3 4 Central Michigan 8-0 4 Oregon 1-2 4 1 – Fabulous Four Tournament, San Jose, CA 2 – Hawaii Invitational, Honolulu, HI 3 – Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 4 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA

1995

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 41-21 PAC-10 RECORD: 20-8/3RD

Santa Clara 6-5, 14-0 H San Jose State 7-5, 5-3 H Stanford 4-1, 11-1 H Pacific 5-4, 3-5 H Long Beach State 7-4 1 Cal State Northridge 8-2 1 Fresno State 0-2 1 UCLA 0-9 1 Loyola Marymount 2-0 1 Tennessee Tech 8-0 1 Washington 6-1 1 Cal State Northridge 1-2 2 San Jose State 1-0 2 Santa Clara 4-0 2 Cal State Northridge 2-3 2 Santa Clara 1-0 2 San Jose State 3-0 2 Ball State 5-0 3 Colorado State 5-1 3 Washington 2-3 3 Nebraska 0-5 3 Connecticut 1-2 4 Utah State 5-1 4 Iowa 3-2 4 Sacramento State 3-4 4 Washington 2-1, 5-1 H Washington 3-1, 15-14 A Stanford 8-1, 12-0 A Arizona State 6-3, 5-4 H Arizona State 5-2, 4-2 A Arizona 2-4, 1-6 A St. Mary’s 5-0, 10-0 H UCLA 0-2, 3-5 A Sacramento State 0-1, 0-5 A UCLA 2-0 H Oregon 0-2, 0-2 H UCLA 4-2 H Oregon 8-1, 2-3 A Oregon State 11-1, 6-0 A Oregon State 10-0, 9-3 H Arizona 7-2, 1-15 H Fresno State 1-2 5 Sacramento State 2-1 5 Fresno State 0-2 5 1 – Campbell/Cartier Spring Classic, San Diego, CA 2 – Fabulous Four Tournament, San Jose, CA 3 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 4 – Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 5 – NCAA Regional, Sacramento, CA

CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS 2010 Softball

1996 1996

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 41-23 PAC-10 RECORD: 14-12/4TH

UCLA 0-7, 5-2 A Stanford 6-4, 4-0 H Cal State Northridge 5-0 1 San Jose State 1-2 1 Louisiana Tech 2-1 2 Oklahoma State 0-3 2 DePaul 8-3 2 Utah 5-4 2 UNLV 0-2 2 Oregon State 10-0, 3-1 H Oregon 3-0, 2-0 H Northern Illinois 1-0 H Colorado State 2-1 3 Santa Clara 8-2 3 Pacific 7-0 3 Washington 2-7 3 Pacific 11-8 3 Colorado State 1-6 3 Washington 0-5, 1-0 H Iowa 1-0 4 Toledo 9-0 4 Utah 5-4 4 Iowa 1-2 4 Cal Poly SLO 4-2 4 Michigan State 2-1 4 Sacramento State 0-7 4 Bowling Green 3-2, 14-0 H Fresno State 0-9, 0-3 A Santa Clara 6-1, 1-0 A Arizona State 1-3, 3-2 A Arizona 2-7, 2-5 A St. Mary’s 1-0, 2-1 A Washington 0-3, 2-3 A Oregon 5-0 A Oregon State 6-1 A Arizona 3-1, 3-1 H Arizona State 1-2, 3-2 H UCLA 0-2, 3-8 H Cal Poly SLO 3-0, 4-1 H Stanford 2-7, 3-0 A Long Beach State 4-1 5 Fresno State 1-0 5 Fresno State 2-1 5 SW Louisiana 2-0 6 Washington 7-9 6 Iowa 0-1 6 1 – Fabulous Four Tournament, San Jose, CA 2 – NSCA Leadoff Classic, Columbus, GA 3 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 4 – Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 5 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA 6 – Women’s College World Series, Columbus, GA

1997

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 36-26 PAC-10 RECORD: 13-14/4TH

Santa Clara 7-0, 2-1 H San Jose State 3-6, 5-4 H St. Mary’s 3-0, 8-0 H Pacific 3-6, 1-3 A UCLA 7-0, 1-11 H New Mexico 6-4 1 UNLV 3-8 1 Utah State 4-8 1 Oklahoma State 12-3 1 Utah 8-7 1 Arizona State 5-3, 3-7 H Arizona 3-4, 1-4 A Arizona State 8-1, 0-4 A Illinois State 3-1 2 Southeast Missouri State 1-0 2 Creighton 4-0 2 Hawaii 3-2 2 Creighton 7-0 2 Hawaii 6-11 2 Creighton 5-1 2 Hawaii 0-4 2 San Jose State 3-1 3 Nebraska 3-4 3 Michigan State 4-0 3 Wisconsin 7-0 3 Iowa 2-5 3 Kansas 0-4 3 Oregon 4-0, 8-13 H Oregon State 3-0, 10-0 H UCLA 5-6, 0-3 A Stanford 10-2, 8-7 H Santa Clara 10-0, 9-1 A Washington 1-9 A Arizona 4-10, 0-11 H New Mexico State 2-0, 2-0 H Stanford 1-0, 1-2 A Washington 5-6, 5-4 H Oregon State 5-4, 5-2 A Oregon 3-5, 4-3 A Fresno State 0-7 4 Cal State Northridge 3-2 4 Long Beach State 3-1 4 Fresno State 3-9 4 1 – UNLV Softball Classic, Las Vegas, NV 2 – Hawaii Invitational, Honolulu, HI 3 – Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 4 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA


1998

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 35-27 PAC-10 RECORD: 12-14/4TH

Sacramento State 8-0, 3-0 H Colorado State 5-4 1 Toledo 17-1 1 Utah 1-6 1 Utah State 9-5 1 UNLV 4-2 1 Oklahoma 0-1 2 Florida 2-3 2 Boston University 1-0 2 Oklahoma State 0-1 2 Nebraska 0-1 2 Florida State 4-1 2 Pacific 0-2 H Stanford 2-4, 0-4 H Wisconsin 5-7, 2-1 H Creighton 2-1 3 Akron 4-1 3 Santa Clara 5-2 3 Drake 2-0 3 Arizona State 2-0 3 Creighton 8-1 3 Arkansas 7-0 4 Kansas 5-4 4 Hawaii 3-1 4 Texas A&M 9-0 4 Baylor 6-2 4 Iowa 2-4 4 Nebraska 5-6 4 Cal Poly SLO 0-2, 4-7 H Washington 6-4, 3-0 A Oregon 2-3, 3-5 A Oregon State 1-0, 3-4 A Stanford 3-2, 2-3 A San Jose State 5-0, 7-0 A Arizona 4-8, 0-3 H Arizona State 5-2, 4-3 H UCLA 8-1, 6-0 H Washington 0-3, 0-2 H Arizona State 0-2, 2-4 A Arizona 0-8, 1-7 A Oregon State 3-1, 8-0 H Oregon 2-0, 8-0 H Cal State Northridge 3-1 5 Fresno State 3-6 5 Minnesota 2-3 5 1 – UNLV Softball Classic, Las Vegas, NV 2 – NFCA Leadoff Classic, Columbus, GA 3 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 4 – Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 5 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA

1999

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 51-22 PAC-10 RECORD: 13-14/5TH

San Jose State 8-0, 8-0 H Mississippi State 6-4 1 New Mexico State 7-0 1 Florida State 4-0 1 Texas 3-6 1 Alabama 2-0 1 Georgia 3-0 1 Loyola Marymount 10-2 2 UNLV 2-6 2 Utah State 4-0 2 Bowling Green 9-1 2 Cal Poly 7-3 2 Pacific 1-2, 1-2 A Santa Clara 7-0, 4-0 H UC Santa Barbara 9-1, 4-0 A Cal Poly 6-0, 5-4 A Tulsa 6-1, 2-0 H Notre Dame 4-0 3 North Carolina 6-0 3 UC Santa Barbara 2-5 3 Texas Tech 1-0 3 Purdue 2-0 3 Utah 2-0 3 Wisconsin 3-2 4 Eastern Illinois 7-2 4 Hawaii 3-0 4 UCLA 3-4, 1-3 A Washington 1-2 A Stanford 0-5, 4-3 A St. Mary’s 2-1, 9-0 H Oregon 9-1, 0-7 H Oregon State 0-1, 0-1 H Arizona 4-2, 2-3 A Arizona State 7-6, 0-1 A UCLA 2-6, 2-10 H Washington 7-0, 0-2 H Arizona 0-1, 5-1 H Arizona State 5-3, 0-4 H Sacramento State 10-2, 2-0 A Oregon State 8-6, 1-0 A Oregon 10-6, 3-0 A Stanford 7-1, 6-3 H Hofstra 5-4 5 Massachusetts 1-0 5 SW Louisiana 1-2 5 Massachusetts 2-0 5 SW Louisiana 3-0, 8-1 5 Arizona 0-3 6 Arizona State 2-0 6 Fresno State 1-0 6 Washington 0-3 6 1 – Fiesta Bowl Classic, Tempe, AZ 2 – UNLV Softball Classic, Las Vegas, NV

1999

2000 3 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 4 – Bank of Hawaii Invitational, Honolulu, HI 5 – NCAA Regional, Amherst, MA 6 – Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

2000

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 49-25 PAC-10 RECORD: 6-15/T7TH

Sacramento State San Jose State BYU Florida State Florida Atlantic Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida State Loyola Marymount Central Michigan Portland State Virginia UNLV St. Mary’s New Mexico State Florida Wichita State Oregon New Mexico State Oregon State Missouri Baylor Colorado State Utah State Kent State Nebraska Utah San Jose State Nebraska Utah Portland State Virginia Texas A&M-CC Wisconsin San Jose State Utah Wisconsin Oregon Cal Poly Stanford Stanford Pacific UCLA Washington Washington Arizona Arizona State

3-0 5-1 7-0 1-0 4-3 7-0 14-0 1-0 5-0 9-1 7-1 6-1 9-3 5-0 7-2 6-1 4-3 12-1 9-4 5-6 1-0 9-1 3-1 4-1 10-5 3-2 4-0 6-3 1-4 2-5 2-1 6-5 3-2 1-2 3-0 2-1 1-0 3-0 5-1, 6-0 6-5 0-2 2-3, 1-14 1-6 2-0 1-10 1-4 0-1

1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 A 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 H 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 H H A H H H H A A

Arizona State 4-0 A Oregon 2-3 H Oregon State 2-5 H Oregon State 0-4 H Santa Clara 3-1, 6-4 A Stanford 0-2 A Washington 1-3 A UCLA 0-8 A UCLA 0-5 A Sacramento State 1-2, 4-0 H Oregon State 1-0 A Oregon 4-0 A Oregon 0-4 A Arizona State 1-0 H Arizona 1-4 H Arizona 3-8 H Florida 2-0 8 CS Fullerton 3-2 8 Fresno State 0-2 8 Florida 2-1 8 Fresno State 2-0 8 Oklahoma 1-2 9 Arizona 0-6 9 1 – Early Bird Tournament, San Jose, CA 2 – Seminole Classic, Tallahassee, FL 3 – UNLV Softball Classic, Las Vegas, NV 4 – Troy Cox Classic, Las Cruces, NM 5 – Easton Showcase Tournament, Fullerton, CA 6 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 7 – Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 8 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA 9 – Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

2001

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 54-18 PAC-10 RECORD: 6-14/7TH

UC Riverside Utah Kansas Nebraska UNLV Fordham DePaul Nebraska Long Island LSU Saint Mary’s Minnesota Long Beach State New Mexico Cal State Fullerton Harvard Portland State New Mexico State Southern Illinois

1-0, 9-1 4-0 4-3 6-5 3-0 14-1 1-0 2-1 7-1 3-0 2-0, 4-0 1-0 3-0 3-1 2-0 7-0 7-0 3-0, 3-0 2-0

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2002

2001 UC Santa Barbara 7-2 4 Iowa 3-0 4 Long Beach State 1-0 4 Oregon 6-0 4 Arizona State 2-0 4 Iowa 1-0 4 Miami-Ohio 13-1 5 Purdue 3-1 5 Eastern Illinois 13-4 5 Western Kentucky 8-0 5 Iowa 0-1 5 Harvard 8-0 6 SE Missouri State 5-4 6 Mercer 3-2 6 Wisconsin 4-0 6 Georgia State 4-1 6 North Carolina 8-0 6 Harvard 8-0 6 Washington 0-2 H UCLA 1-2 H UCLA 1-5 H Oregon 4-0 H Oregon 9-4 H Sacramento State 5-1, 9-1 A Stanford 2-5 A Stanford 4-5, 1-0 H Arizona State 4-2 A Arizona 1-2 A Arizona 1-2 A Santa Clara 8-1, 2-0 H UCLA 0-2 A Washington 1-5 A Washington 6-3 A Arizona 0-5 H Arizona State 2-3 H Arizona State 1-5 H Oregon 7-4 A Oregon State 0-1 A Oregon State 0-1 A Connecticut 2-0 7 Florida Atlantic 2-0 7 Florida State 1-0 7 Florida State 1-2 7 Florida State 3-2 7 Arizona 2-3 8 Michigan 5-2 8 Stanford 0-1 8 1 – UNLV Classic, Las Vegas NV 2 – National Fastpitch Coaches Association Leadoff Classic, Columbus, GA 3 – Fullerton Worth Invitational, Fullerton, CA 4 – National Invitational Softball Tournament, San Jose, CA 5 – Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 6 – Georgia Tech Buzz Classic, Marietta, GA

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7 - NCAA Regional, Tallahassee, FL 8 – Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

2002

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE NATIONAL CHAMPIONS OVERALL RECORD: 56-19 PAC-10 RECORD: 12-9/4TH

Sacramento State Pacific Fresno State Kansas Texas UNLV Southwest Texas BYU UC Riverside Kent State LSU Portland State Kansas Santa Clara BYU UCSB Cal Poly Illinois Oklahoma State San Diego State Ohio State Cal State Fullerton Minnesota Portland State Miami (OH) Santa Clara Virginia Iowa (17) Northern Iowa Long Beach State San Jose State Miami (OH) Kansas Syracuse Sacramento State Wisconsin Nebraska Hawaii Hofstra Northwestern Hofstra Northwestern Stanford Stanford Oregon State Oregon Oregon San Jose State Washington UCLA

3-2, 4-0 0-4 0-1 6-2 1-2 5-0 2-3 5-2 3-0 10-2 3-0 8-0 8-4 7-2 1-0 3-1 4-1 8-0 0-1 5-4 4-0 1-2 2-1 9-1 12-1 6-3 7-1 1-4 6-1 0-1 6-1 9-0 1-0 8-0 6-2 1-0 3-4 4-0 4-2 0-1 15-2 9-0 3-2 0-6, 7-6 2-3 3-2 7-0 7-0 4-1 0-3

H A 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 H A A A A H A A

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UCLA 0-1 A Arizona State 3-2 H Arizona 5-2 H Arizona 2-1 H Saint Mary’s 3-0,4-0 A UCLA 0-3 H Washington 3-6 H Washington 3-2 H Arizona 0-3 A Arizona State 4-8 A Arizona State 1-2 A Oregon 3-2 H Oregon State 6-1, 10-7 H Fresno State 2-1 8 Stanford 1-0 8 Cal State Fullerton 4-2 8 Cal State Fullerton 1-0 8 Oklahoma 4-2 9 Florida State 1-0 9 Arizona State 3-0 9 Arizona 6-0 9 1 – Fiesta Bowl Classic, Phoenix/ Tempe, AZ 2 – UNLV Classic, Las Vegas, NV 3 – UCSB Invitational, Santa Barbara, CA 4 – Fullerton Worth Invitational, Fullerton, CA 5 – NIST Tournament, Pleasanton, CA 6 – Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 7 – Hawaii Chevron Invitational, Honolulu, HI 8 – NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA 9 – Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

2003

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 49-20 PAC-10 RECORD: 10-11/3RD

San Jose State Tennessee Tennessee San Jose State Pacific St. Mary’s (Cal.) Purdue Texas Tech Nebraska Portland State Hawaii Alabama Notre Dame Illinois State Northwestern Cal State Fullerton Ohio State Pacific Minnesota Minnesota Sacramento State Georgia Tech Arizona State Oregon Florida Atlantic Syracuse Massachusetts Florida International Long Island Eastern Kentucky Utah State UNLV Iowa

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

2003

H H H H H H 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6


UC Santa Barbara 6-2 H Washington 2-0 H UCLA 0-3 H UCLA 1-4 H Oregon State 7-2 H Oregon 4-0 H Oregon 4-1 H Sacramento State 7-1, 4-1 A Arizona State 0-1 A Arizona 5-7 A Arizona 0-1 A Santa Clara 4-0 H Stanford 2-1 A Stanford 1-0, 2-1 H UCLA 0-10 A Washington 1-0 A Washington 2-5 A Arizona State 10-1 H Arizona State 0-1 H Arizona 0-6 H Oregon 1-9 A Oregon State 3-5, 6-2 A Oakland 8-0 7 Michigan 9-0 7 DePaul 1-0 7 Michigan 1-0 7 UCLA 7-3 8 Texas 0-1 8 Oklahoma 5-2 8 Arizona 2-1 8 Arizona 4-1 8 UCLA 0-1 8 1- UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV 2- NFCA Leadoff Classic, Columbus, GA 3- Worth Tournament, Fullerton, CA 4- NIST Tournament, Sunnyvale, CA 5- Nike Blue and Gold Classic, Miami, FL 6- Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 7- NCAA Regional, Ann Arbor, MI 8- Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

Florida Atlantic Ohio State LSU Nebraska Princeton Texas Portland State Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Michigan State UC Santa Barbara Pacific Purdue Virginia Minnesota Iowa Washington Wisconsin Utah Texas Northwestern Hawaii Oregon Oregon State Stanford Stanford Santa Clara Arizona State Arizona Washington UCLA Arizona Arizona State UCLA Washington Oregon State Oregon Maine Mississippi State Nebraska Nebraska Florida State Oklahoma

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

3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 A 5 5 5 5 5 H 6 6 6 6 H H H A A H H A A A A H H A A 7 7 7 7 8 8

2004 2004

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 53-13 PAC-10 RECORD: 13-8/T-2ND

Sacramento State Saint Mary’s (CA) San Jose State Notre Dame UNLV LSU DePaul Cal Poly Florida Int’l UC Santa Barbara

4-2, 8-0 7-1, 9-2 3-0, 1-0 2-1 12-0 5-1 17-0 4-1 1-0 7-2

H A A 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

LSU 1-4 8 LSU 4-1 8 UCLA 1-3 8 1– UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV 2–UCSB Tournament, Santa Barbara, CA 3– NFCA Leadoff Classic, Columbus, GA 4– Worth Tournament, Fullerton, CA 5– NIST Tournament, San Jose, CA 6– Hawaii Invitational, Honolulu, HI 7–NCAA Regional, Lincoln, NE 8– Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, OK

2005 2005

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD 52-15 PAC-10 RECORD: 13-8/T-1ST

San Jose State H Southern Illinois Iowa State UNLV Michigan State Santa Clara Santa Clara Texas Mississippi State Texas A&M Tennessee Loyola Marymount Portland State Mount St. Mary’s Alabama Delaware State Hawaii Alabama Delaware State Santa Clara Princeton Sacramento State Iowa Arizona State Northwestern Portland State Pacific Harvard Coastal Carolina North Carolina Penn State North Carolina Arizona State Arizona Arizona Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s Washington UCLA UCLA Sacramento State Sacramento State Oregon Oregon State Oregon State Stanford Stanford Stanford UCLA Bruins Washington Washington Oregon State Oregon

6-0

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

Oregon 1-0 H Arizona 1-0 H Arizona State 9-1 H Arizona State 1-2 H BYU 1-3 7 Long Beach State 4-3 7 BYU 9-0 7 Fresno State 3-1 7 Fresno State 1-0 7 Baylor 8-0 8 Baylor 1-4 8 Baylor 7-1 8 Arizona 2-3 (12) 9 UCLA Bruins 1-2 9 1-UNLV Tournament, Las Vegas, NV 2-Palm Spring Classic, Palm Springs, CA 3-Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament, Honolulu, HI 4-NIST, Sunnyvale, CA 5-Capital Classic, Sacramento, CA 6-Carolina Classic, Chapel Hill, NC 7-NCAA Regional, Fresno, CA 8-NCAA Super Regional, Waco, TX 9-WCWS, Oklahoma City, OK

2006

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 48-14 PAC-10 RECORD: 12-9/3RD

Oklahoma St. Cal Poly UCSB UMass Illinois Fullerton Northwestern Wright St. UNLV San Jose St. Sacramento St Sacramento St Miss. Valley St Florida International Mercer St. Mary’s St. Mary’s Santa Clara Colorado State Southern Illinois N. Dakota St Miami (Ohio) Columbia Illinois Iowa Long Island Coastal Carolina East Carolina

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14-5 3-1 3-1 3-2 6-4 0-1 0-3 8-1 13-2 3-0 4-0 9-6 9-0 8-0 6-0 7-0 9-2 7-1 4-2 9-0 10-1 9-1 3-1 5-0 1-0 8-1 2-1 5-4

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 A H H 3 3 3 A A 4 4 4 4 H 5 5 5 5 6 6

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2006 Kent State 3-2 6 Buffalo 13-0 6 Penn State 5-0 6 East Carolina 3-8 6 UC Davis 8-0 H UC Davis 2-1 H Washington 2-0 A UCLA 10-3 A UCLA 1-3 A Oregon State 2-0 H Oregon State 2-0 H Stanford 8-0 H Stanford 1-2 A Stanford 2-4 A Santa Clara 4-3 A Arizona State 0-2 H Arizona 2-4 H Arizona 5-1 H Oregon State 2-4 A Oregon 1-5 H Oregon 4-0 A Oregon 6-0 A Arizona 5-3 A Arizona State 4-1 A Arizona State 3-0 A UCLA 0-2 H Washington 1-0 H Washington 1-0 H Illinois State 1-0 7 Nebraska 4-2 7 Nebraska 6-1 7 Oregon State 2-1 8 Oregon State 3-0 8 Oregon State 1-0 8 1 Campbell Cartier Classic (San Diego, CA) 2 UNLV Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) 3 Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii) 4 NIST (Sunnyvale, CA) 5 Capital Classic (Sacramento, CA)

6 Pirate Invitational (Greenville, NC) 7 NCAA Regional (Iowa City, IO) 8 NCAA Super Regional (Corvallis, OR)

2007

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 34-32 PAC-10 RECORD: 7-14/8TH

Kansas San Diego State Massachusetts UC Santa Barbara San Jose State Mississippi State Colorado State Northwestern Utah State Florida International St. Mary’s Notre Dame Oklahoma State Oklahoma Maryland Santa Clara Fresno State Delaware State DePaul UNLV Nebraska Loyola-Chicago Iowa Connecticut Eastern Illinois Iowa State Northern Iowa Baylor Hawaii Liberty Nevada Baylor Nevada Michigan

8-0 6-1 0-1 2-0 9-1 0-9 0-2 1-10 13-1 12-4 9-1 7-5 6-3 3-11 11-1 9-4 1-2 14-6 1-2 5-4 2-5 3-2 4-1 11-12 5-3 15-5 6-5 10-6 2-6 1-0 3-1 0-4 7-4 8-11

1 1 1 1 H 2 2 2 2 2 H 3 3 3 3 H 4 4 4 4 4 H 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 7

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Liberty 18-6 Louisville 2-12 Northwestern 1-11 Pacific 5-7 Oregon 3-4 Oregon State 3-4 Oregon State 3-4 Stanford 3-0 Stanford 6-8 Stanford 9-1 Arizona State 0-8 Arizona 4-6 Arizona 2-5 Sacramento State 9-0 Washington 2-4 UCLA 0-11 UCLA 3-5 UC Davis 9-3, 7-0 Arizona 0-6 Arizona State 1-0 Arizona State 2-1 UCLA 3-1 Washington 7-1 Washington 1-5 Oregon State 0-10 Oregon 2-8 Oregon 4-2 Florida State 13-6 Tennessee Tech 1-3 Alabama 1-13 1 San Diego State Tournament 2 UNLV Tournament 3 Palm Springs Tournament 4 UNLV Tournament 5 NIST Tournament 6 Hawaii Tournament 7 Louisville Tournament 8 NCAA Regional (Tuscaloosa)

7 7 7 A A A A A H H A A A A H H H A H H H A A A H H H 8 8 8

UNLV Western Kentucky North Dakota State Boston College Tennessee State San Jose State Nevada Northern Iowa Sacramento State Princeton Northern Colorado Ohio State Oklahoma Nevada St. Mary’s Colorado State St. Mary’s Northwestern Northwestern UC Riverside Pacific Arizona State Arizona Arizona Washington UCLA UCLA Oregon Oregon State Oregon State St. Mary’s Stanford Stanford Stanford UCLA Washington Washington UC Davis

2-3 7-2 4-1 9-3 3-1 15-4 2-10 2-0 8-4 11-2 4-1 2-0 2-0 5-2 5-3 5-0 7-0 0-8 1-0 10-4 9-0 2-4 3-1 2-5 1-2 1-2 0-5 3-2 0-8 3-0 5-2 3-4 1-5 1-0 2-7 5-6 3-1 1-0

4 4 H 5 5 5 5 5 H 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 H H H H H A A A H H H A A A H H H H H

2008 2008

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 43-27 PAC-10 RECORD: 7-14/5TH

UC Riverside San Diego State Winthrop New Mexico State Mississippi State San Jose State Nebraska Temple Western Michigan Texas Tech Notre Dame Santa Clara Alabama-Birmingham Cal Poly Sacramento State Santa Clara Sacramento State Long Beach State Pittsburgh Hawaii

11-3 0-7 5-1 2-3 1-4 2-3 6-1 11-0 8-0 12-4 3-4 7-5 10-2 1-3 6-8 8-0 9-1 15-7 3-2 9-2

1 1 1 1 1 A 2 2 2 2 2 A 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4

Oregon State Oregon Oregon Arizona Arizona State Arizona State San Diego State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Florida Florida 1 Palm Springs Tournament 2 ASU Tournament 3 Cal Poly Classic 4 UNLV Tournament 5 NIST 6 Capital Classic 7 Hawaii Tournament 8 Fresno Regional 9 Gainesville Super Regional

9-1 6-1 1-4 0-2 2-4 2-5 4-1 3-0 2-3 7-6 2-4 2-4

A A A A A A 8 8 8 8 9 9


2009

HEAD COACH: DIANE NINEMIRE OVERALL RECORD: 38-20 PAC-10 RECORD: 10-10/5TH

Houston Liberty Illinois Fordham Wichita State North Carolina George Washington Penn State Santa Clara Mississippi NC State Maryland Kansas Auburn Cal State Fullerton Nevada UC Riverside Northern Illinois Providence BYU Fresno State Memphis Wisconsin Hawaii St. John’s BYU

10-2 15-1 9-1 11-7 8-0 3-4 5-1 4-0 11-0 1-0 2-1 7-0 2-3 1-4 2-1 5-4 8-3 8-1 3-0 4-2 2-3 1-0 2-0 10-1 6-2 0-4

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 H 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 7

2009 UNLV Colorado State Cal Poly Sacramento State Pacific Washington UCLA UCLA

8-0 1-2 1-4 1-2 11-6 1-9 7-6 9-5

7 7 7 A A H H H

Oregon Oregon State Oregon State Stanford Stanford Stanford Saint Mary’s Arizona State

0-7 4-5 12-3 1-4 3-1 8-6 1-0 4-6

A A A A H H H A

Arizona 2-11 Arizona 5-7 Oregon State 11-2 Oregon 7-2 Oregon 1-0 UC Davis 3-1 Arizona State 4-2 Arizona State 3-7 UCLA 1-2 Washington 1-0 Washington 33-11 Mississippi 8-3 Oklahoma State 2-0 Oklahoma State 2-1 Florida 0-2 Florida 1-2 1 Cathedral City Kickoff 2 North Carolina Tournament 3 Palm Springs Tournament 4 Demarini Tournament 5 Fresno State Tournament 6 Hawaii Tournament 7 Sacramento State Tournament 8 Tallahassee Regional 9 Gainesville Regional

A A H H H A H H A A A 8 8 8 9 9

1972-PRESENT

Overall....................... 1356-673-3

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2010 CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS SOFTBALL SCHEDULE MON 1

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ASU Tournament All Day

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ASU Tournament All Day

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Hawaii Spring Fling All Day

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UC Davis Tournament All Day

Hawaii Spring Fling All Day

UC Davis Tournament All Day

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UC Davis Tournament All Day

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Oregon 6 p.m.

Arizona State 7 p.m.

Washington 3 p.m.

Oregon 1 p.m.

Arizona State 7 p.m.

Washington 1 p.m.

Oregon 12 p.m.

Arizona State 12 p.m.

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Washington 12 p.m.

Arizona 3 p.m.

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UNLV Tournament All Day

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Oregon State 3 p.m.

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NCAA Super TBA

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Arizona 12 p.m.

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UCLA 6 p.m.

Oregon State 12 p.m.

NCAA Regional TBA

NCAA Super

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UCLA 12 p.m.

NCAA Regional TBA

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