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Softball 2010

2010 Schedule Feb. 16 Mar. 15 ^ Mar. 15 ^ Mar. 16 ^ Mar. 17 ^ Mar. 17 ^ Mar. 18 ^ Mar. 18 ^ Mar. 19 ^ Mar. 19 ^ Mar. 27 Mar. 27 Mar. 28 Mar. 28 Apr. 6 * Apr. 10 * Apr. 12 Apr. 13 * Apr. 16 * Apr. 17 * Apr. 21 * Apr. 24 * Apr. 25 * Apr. 27 * Apr. 27 * Apr. 30 * Apr. 30 * May 1 * May 1 * May 3 May 7-8 % May 12-17 %

UW-Stout (DH) Southwestern University UW-La Crosse UW-La Crosse (DH) Lakeland College Augsburg College Dickinson College Schreiner University Otterbein College North Central College Coe College UW-Platteville Coe College UW-Platteville NORTHLAND CROWN (DH) UW-Eau Claire Northwestern College (DH) Bethany Lutheran (DH) Martin Luther (DH) Northland College (DH) PRESENTATION (DH) MINNESOTA-MORRIS Northwestern College (DH) Crown College MARTIN LUTHER BETHANY LUTHERAN MINNESOTA-MORRIS PRESENTATION Gustavus Adolphus TBD NCAA Regional

Rosemount, Minn. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa DULUTH, MINN. DULUTH, MINN. Ashland, Wis. St. Paul, Minn. Mankato, Minn. New Ulm, Minn. Ashland, Wis. DULUTH, MINN. DULUTH, MINN. Ashland, Wis. Ashland, Wis. DULUTH, MINN. DULUTH, MINN. DULUTH, MINN. DULUTH, MINN. Minneapolis, Minn. Aberdeen, S.D. TBA

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Table of Contents Staff Coach Walter................................... 2 Assistant Coaches........................... 3 Athletic Training Staff.................... 3 Season Outlook Player Bios....................................4-7 2010 Preview................................8-9 Alphabetical Roster........................ 9 Numerical/Pronunciation Roster....... 9

Opponents................................10-11 St. Scholastica Institution Information............... 12 Athletics Directory....................... 13 Fast Facts....................................... 13 Excellence in Athletics................. 14 Saints Athletics Club.................... 15 Upper Midwest Athletic Conf.

About the UMAC....................16-17 All-Conference Awards............... 17 Conference Statistics.................... 18 Kenwood Field...................... 19 2009 Season Review............................................ 20 Game Results................................. 21 Season Stats..............................22-24 Program History Through the Years......................... 25 Record Book.................................. 25 Postseason Honors & Awards..... 26 Team Records................................ 27 Individual Records....................... 28 Top 5 Performers (Season & Career)..29-30

Opponents Series Records.......... 32 Year-by-Year Results...............33-34 All-Time Roster............................ 35 All-Americans............................... 36 www.csssaints.com

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Annual Leaders............................. 31

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Coaching Staff

Jen WALTER, Head Coach, 11th Season

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In her 10 seasons as Head Softball Coach at St. Scholastica, Walter has brought stability and a tradition of winning to the Saints program. Having won 20 or more games in eight of her 10 seasons and 30 or more games in five seasons the program is well on its way to becoming a force in NCAA Division III softball. “What I love most about coaching at St. Scholastica are the players,” said Walter. “In my ten years here I have met some great student-athletes who have excelled both on the field and in the classroom and continue to excel beyond St. Scholastica.” Under Walter, the Saints received their first national ranking in 2004 when they appeared in the NAIA poll and were ranked as high as No. 13. It took them just over a year to appear in the NCAA Division III poll where they peaked at No. 15 and ended the season ranked No. 21. The Saints had won eight consecutive Upper Midwest Athletic Conference championships under Walter with a combined record of 67-3, before finishing third in 2008. They have reached either the NAIA or NCAA post season in six of her 10 seasons. During the 2004 season the Saints won the regional tournament, earning a bid to the NAIA National Tournament for the first time in school history. In 2005 the Saints were 34-7 overall in their first season of NCAA Division III play but failed to receive a bid to the post-season. During the 2006 season the Saints earned their first NCAA post-season bid as the #5 seed at the Midwest Regional where they went 1-2. Their lone win was Walter’s 200th career victory. Walter became the quickest Saints coach to reach that milestone and is currently the winningest coach in Saints softball history with a .646 (275-151) winning percentage. Walter has coached three AllAmericans, including twotime first teamer Laura Heise (2004, 2006), second team honoree, Rilee Dawson (2007), and third team honoree Erica Kozacek (2006). Her players have earned 32 All-Region and 47 All-Conference first team honors, as well as seven conference player of the year awards. In 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2009 she was named UMAC Coach of the Year.

Walter graduated from Wadena High School where she was a two-time All-State softball player. Following high school, she went to Golden Valley Lutheran College in Minneapolis where she was a JUCO All-American catcher and then went on to be an All-Region catcher at Augustana (SD) College. She graduated from Augustana in 1986 with a degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Prior to St. Scholastica, Walter was the assistant softball coach for three years at Armstrong High School in Plymouth, Minn. From 1991 to 1997 she coached basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, and cross-country along with teaching lower and middle school physical education at Breck School in Golden Valley, Minnesota. She also served as Head Softball Coach at Perham High School from 1989-91. Walter continues to grow as an educator and coach. In December 2006, she earned Master Coach status from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA). She also participated in the Women Coaches Academy, cosponsored by the Winstar Foundation and the NCAA. Walter currently serves on the Midwest All-Region Selection Committee. “I have the greatest job in the world. I get to be around young women who have the desire to become great softball players and along the way become great people. There are tons of frustrations and challenges, but in the end, the rewards, on the field and off, are so worth it.”

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Softball 2010 Rilee DAWSON Assistant Coach Third Season

Boyd CARLBLOM Assistant Coach, Third season

Carlblom begins his third year on the Saints staff. Prior to coming to St. Scholastica he accumulated a wealth of experience at the high school and summer ball levels. Most recently he served as the assistant coach at Eveleth-Gilbert High School and also was the U18 coach for the Eveleth Bears. A native of Comfrey, Minnesota, he moved to Cloquet in his teens and played a number of years on various men’s fastpitch teams. His responsibilities for the Saints are working with the hitters and coaching first base. Carlblom lives in Eveleth, Minnesota and owns Range Reliable Insurance in Virginia, Minnesota. Mya GORDON Assistant Coach, First season

Gordon joins the coaching staff after a two-year playing career at St. Scholastica where she played both outfield and first base. A Duluth Central grad, Gordon came to St. Scholastica after two years at Itasca Community College. While at CSS she hit .310 with 33 runs scored and a .389 slugging percentage. Gordon graduated in December of 2009 with a degree in Natural Science and lives in Duluth with her dog, Turbo.

Dawson begins her third year on the Saints staff after a successful four-year playing career. In her final season at CSS Dawson was named to the NFCA All-American Second Team. She was also the UMAC Player of the Year. While at St. Scholastica Dawson started 100 games including 46 as a pitcher. She holds a career .349 batting average with 13 home runs and 91 RBIs, along with a 2.34 ERA, 34-14 win-loss record and 300 strike outs in 299 innings. During one three game stretch her senior season, Dawson hit six consecutive home runs, which is believed to be an NCAA record. As a coach in the Saints program, Dawson works primarily with the pitchers. She is also the recruiting coordinator and assists with the Saints winter camps. Dawson, an Eveleth native, graduated in the spring of 2008 with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. She is currently working at St. Raphael’s Health and Rehabilitation Center.

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St. Scholastica Saints 12 Kristin Swartz - 2B

Senior - Captain Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-5 Hermantown, Minn. (Hermantown HS) Major: Management Parents: Pam and Lonnie Swartz CSS Highlights: 2009: Named UMAC Player of the Year … Second Team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Midwest Region Selection … Was named to the All-UMAC Defensive team … Named to the UMAC All-Academic Team … Finished second in the conference with seven triples and was second on the team with six home runs … Finished with a total of 22 extra base hits … Went 3-for-3 with a double and a home run against Martin Luther (4/9/09) … Was the only player to start and play in all 43 games. 2008: Named to the UMAC All-Defensive Team … Named to the UMAC All-Academic Team … One of two players to start and play in all 40 games … Hit first collegiate home run against Minn.-Morris (4/19/08) … Went 3-for-4 with four RBIs against Northland (4/29/08) … Led the team with six sacrifice bunts … Was tied for third on the team with 57 total bases … Fielded a team-high six double-plays and was second on the team with 64 assists, while committing just four errors. 2007: Named to the UMAC All-Defensive Team … Recorded first collegiate hit against Macalester College (3/7/07) … Drove in first run against the University of New England (3/13/07) … Had three RBIs against Presentation (4/21/07). Career game highs: 3 runs scored, 3 hits, 4 RBIs, 2 walks Batting BA GP-GS AB R 2007 .255 29-27 55 15 2008 .336 40-40 113 26 2009 .383 43-43 120 36 Career .340 112-110 288 77

H 14 38 46 98

2B 3B HR 1 1 0 7 3 2 9 7 6 17 11 8

RBI 9 22 37 68

TB 17 57 87 161

BB 14 11 11 36

SO SB-ATT SLG FLD% 7 4-4 .309 .961 10 8-9 .504 .972 20 3-3 .725 .956 37 15-16 .559 .964

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Erika Solin

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19 Erika Solin - Shortstop Senior - Captain Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-7 Duluth, Minn. (Central HS) Major: Marketing Parents: Sue and Glenn Solin

CSS Highlights: 2009: Started and played in 40 games … Went 5-for-7 with six RBIs, two doubles and two triples in a doubleheader against Crown College (4/7/09) … The two triples tied a program record … Also went 3-for-3 with a pair of RBIs against Presentation (4/19/09) … Led the team with 19 walks … Finished fourth on the team with a .441 on-base percentage … Was a perfect 9-for-9 in stolen bases … Led the team with 81 assists and fielded a team-high four double-plays. 2008: Started 26 of 29 games … Finished third on the squad with 10 stolen bases … Had two-RBI games against Minn.-Morris (4/19/08) and Crown (4/30/08) … Went 3-for-3 with a double and RBI in the first game of a doubleheader vs. Crown (4/30/08) 2007: Started 17 of 24 games … Recorded first collegiate hit against UW-Eau Claire (4/17/07) … Went 2-for-3 vs. Minn.-Morris (4/21/07) … Drove in first run against Bethany Lutheran (4/27/07). Career game highs: 3 runs scored, 3 hits, 5 RBIs, 2 triples Batting BA GP-GS AB R 2007 .174 24-17 23 6 2008 .339 29-26 62 24 2009 .327 40-40 98 29 Career .311 93-83 183 59

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2B 3B HR 0 0 0 4 0 0 8 2 0 12 2 0

RBI 2 12 22 36

TB 4 25 44 73

BB SO SB-ATT SLG FLD% 3 5 1-1 .174 .957 13 13 10-12 .403 .951 19 4 9-9 .449 .905 35 22 20-22 .399 .932


Softball 2010 1 Jen Falk - Pitcher

4 Kali Carlson - OF

Junior - Captain Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-6 Altona, Manitoba (WC Miller) Rainy River CC Major: Biology Parents: Leona and Don Falk CSS Highlights: 2009: Named first team All-UMAC … Pitched a 5-inning perfect game against Northwestern (4/21/09) … Finished with 14 strikeouts, while facing 15 batters in that game … Led the conference with a 2.20 earned run average, a 1.83 opposing batting average, and was second with 136 strikeouts … Did not allow a run for 32.1 consecutive innings … Went 3-for-5 with five RBIs vs. Crown (4/7/09). Career game highs: Perfect Game, 14 K’s, 3 Hits, 5 RBIs Batting BA GP-GS AB R 2009 .259 13-8 27 5 Pitching ERA W-L App. 2009 2.15 15-3 20

Sophomore Bats: Left |Throws: Right 5-2 Duluth, Minn. (Central HS) Major: Nursing Parents: Shelly Pensak and Steve Carlson CSS Highlights: 2009: Played in 29 games … Had first collegiate hit vs. Finlandia (2/28/09) … Went 2-for-3 vs. University of Dallas (3/14/09) … Scored two runs against Crown (4/7/09). Career game highs: 2 runs scored, 2 hits, 1 RBI Batting BA GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP 2009 .231 29-10 39 15 9 0 0 0 4 9 4 8 4-6 .231 1.000

6 Theresa Tauer - Utility Sophomore Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-5 Plymouth, Minn. (Wayzata HS) Major: Nursing Parents: Denise and James Tauer

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP 7 5 0 0 7 12 1 6 1-1 .444 1.000 GS-CG SHO Sv. IP H R ER BB SO OBA 19-14 6 1 104.0 68 35 32 32 135 .182

2 Merryssa Tiedeman - OF

Sophomore Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-3 Zumbrota, Minn. (Zumbrota-Mazeppa HS) Major: Nursing Parents: Lisa and Terry Tiedeman CSS Highlights: 2009: Started 34 of 40 games … Hit a home run in second collegiate game against UW-Stout (2/20/09) … Went 3-for4 with four RBIs vs. Minn.-Morris (4/18/09) … Was 4-for-6 with five runs scored vs. Crown (4/7/09) … Drove in seven runs in the UMAC Tournament, including hitting two home runs in the championship game … Tied for second on the team with nine doubles. Career game highs: 5 runs scored, 4 hits, 4 RBIs, 2 HR

CSS Highlights: 2009: Started and played in 42 games … Was a second team Louisville Slugger/ NFCA All-Midwest Region selection … Named First Team All-UMAC … Led the UMAC with a .487 batting average, 47 RBIs, nine home runs, and 100 total bases … Her .870 slugging percentage was fourth-best in program history and 47 RBIs third-best … Hit two home runs and drove in six runs vs. Minn.-Morris (5/1/09) … Hit first collegiate home run vs. Marian (3/1/09) … Had four RBIs vs. Crown (4/7/09) … Led the team with 13 doubles. Career game highs: 3 runs scored, 3 hits, 6 RBIs, 2 HR, 2 doubles Batting BA GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP 2009 .487 42-42 115 30 56 13 2 9 47 100 11 9 2-2 .870 .901

10 Kayla Jenkins - Pitcher

Batting BA GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP 2009 .361 40-34 108 29 39 9 0 4 26 60 6 20 3-3 .556 .893

Junior Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-6 Esko, Minn. (Esko HS) Augsburg College Major: Psychology Parents: Penny and Scott Jenkins

3 Betsy Wehseler - OF

CSS Highlights: 2009: Started 16 of 35 games … Named to UMAC All-Academic Team … Had four RBIs against Presentation (4/25/09) … Hit first collegiate home run against Hope College (2/28/09) … Hit a double and a triple against Crown (4/7/09). 2008: Played in 16 games … Recorded first collegiate hit vs. Martin Luther (4/14/08). Career game highs: 3 runs scored, 2 hits, 4 RBIs Batting BA GP-GS AB 2008 .440 16-4 25 2009 .357 35-16 56 Career .383 51-20 81

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2B 3B HR 5 0 0 3 1 1 8 1 1

RBI 6 16 22

TB BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP 16 1 1 1-2 .640 1.000 28 5 4 2-2 .500 .923 44 6 5 3-4 .543 .971

CSS Highlights: 2009: First Team All-UMAC selection … Second in the UMAC with a 2.27 earned run average and a .277 opposing batting average … Had nine strikeouts vs. Minn.-Morris (5/1/09) … Led the team with 20 starts … Finished second in the UMAC with 104 innings pitched. 2008: Named First Team All-UMAC … Had back-to-back no hitters vs. Bethany Lutheran (4/25/08) and Minn.-Morris (4/27/08) … Earned first collegiate win vs. Maryville (3/29/08). Career game highs: 9 K’s, 6 assists

Batting BA GP-GS AB R 2008 .000 4-1 7 1 2009 .375 7-4 8 2 Career .200 11-5 15 3 Pitching ERA W-L App. 2008 4.48 9-11 23 2009 2.27 14-7 21 Career 3.38 23-18 44

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H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 0-0 .000 1.000 3 0 0 0 2 3 1 2 0-0 .375 .895 3 0 0 0 4 3 3 6 0-0 .200 .941 GS-CG SHO Sv. IP H R ER BB SO OBA 17-13 5 1 109.1 121 88 70 51 82 .273 20-17 1 0 108.0 124 67 35 25 62 .277 37-30 6 1 217.1 245 155 105 76 144 .275

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Junior Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-7 Ironton, Minn. (Crosby-Ironton HS) Major: Physical Therapy Parents: Linda and Jim Wehseler

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St. Scholastica Saints 18 Jenn Shaw - OF

21 Sam Quenette - OF

Junior Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-3 Northfield, Minn. (Northfield HS) Major: Social Work Parents: Patty and Mark Shaw CSS Highlights: 2009: Made seven appearances on the mound … Had five strikeouts in 8.2 innings pitched … Finished with three RBIs at the plate. 2008: Appeared in seven games, including two starts … Earned first collegiate win and threw a 5-inning perfect game against Crown (4/30/08) … Had three strikeouts in her first collegiate game … Had two RBIs at the plate vs. Presentation (4/20/08). Career game highs: Perfect Game, 3 K’s, 2 RBIs Batting BA GP-GS AB R 2008 .571 8-2 7 6 2009 .571 9-0 7 1 Career .571 17-2 14 7 Pitching ERA W-L App. 2008 2.80 1-1 7 2009 1.62 0-0 7 Career 2.44 1-1 14

Sophomore Bats: Left |Throws: Left 5-6 Spooner, Wis. (Spooner HS) Major: Psychology Parents: Kitty and Steve Quenette CSS Highlights: 2009: Played in 25 games with one start … Recorded first collegiate hit and drove in two runs vs. Crown (4/7/09) … Also had two RBIs vs. Presentation (4/19/09). Career game highs: 2 runs scored, 2 RBIs Batting BA GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP 2009 .214 25-1 14 11 3 0 0 0 5 3 5 4 3-3 .214 1.000

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB-ATT SLG OBP 4 0 0 0 3 4 4 1 1-1 .571 1.000 4 0 0 0 3 4 1 1 0-0 .571 1.000 8 0 0 0 6 8 5 2 1-1 .571 1.000 GS-CG SHO Sv. IP H R ER BB SO OBA 2-2 1 0 20.0 21 13 8 4 9 .259 0-0 0 0 8.2 9 2 2 1 5 .257 2-2 1 0 28.2 30 15 10 5 14 .259

N ewcomers

5 Jannon Stewart-Garcia - 2B

8 Brittni Johnson - P/Utility

Before CSS: Was an all-conference selection her last two years at DeLaSalle High School … Earned the Best Defensive Player team award … Was a team captain and three-year letterwinner … Also played soccer.

Before CSS: Transferred from Northland Community and Technical College … At Northland she was a two time first team All-State selection and a two-time first team All-North Division choice … She was named the NJCAA National Pitcher of the Week and was a NJCAA Academic All-American in 2009 … Was voted best pitcher in 2007 at Lincoln High School … Was all-conference and all-state in 2007.

Freshman Bats: Left |Throws: Right 5-2 Minneapolis, Minn. (DeLaSalle HS) Major: History Parents: Jenny and Alfredo StewartGarcia

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Freshman Bats: Left |Throws: Right 5-9 Menomonee Falls, Wis. (Menomonee Falls HS) Major: Marketing Parents: Sally and Paul Kowalczyk Before CSS: Was named second team All-State in 2009 at Menomonee Falls High School … Was named to the 2009 WFSCA All-Star Team … Participated in the 2009 State Tournament … Named first team all-district and an all-conference selection the last two years … Named Academic All-State in 2009.

Junior Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-6 Thief River Falls, Minn. (Lincoln HS) Northland CC Major: Physical Therapy Parents: Kim Johnson and Annette Peterson

9 Shannen Schmidt - Pitcher Freshman Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-5 De Pere, Wis. (De Pere HS) Major: Psychology Parents: Dawn and Wayne Schmidt

Before CSS: Was a first team all-conference selection in 2008 and a second team selection in 2009 at De Pere High School … Named the team’s offensive player of the year her senior season.

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Softball 2010 15 Rachel Perushek - 3B

11 Jenny Marinaro - C/3B

Junior Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-3 Eveleth, Minn. (Eveleth-Gilbert HS) Mesabi Range CC Major: Biology/Pre-Med Parents: Lori and Jeff Perushek

Freshman Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-6 Nashwauk, Minn. (Nashwauk-Keewatin HS) Major: Psychology Parents: Tracie and Mark Marinaro Before CSS: Named to the 2009 All-Area team and all-conference team at Nashwauk-Keewatin High School … Also participated in volleyball and basketball.

13 Allison Spiering - Utility

Freshman Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-2 Mounds View, Minn. (Irondale HS) Major: Nursing Parents: Theresa and Wayne Spiering

Before CSS: Transferred from Mesabi Range Community & Technical College … There she was an all-conference and all-state selection … She was also an Academic All-American … While at Eveleth-Gilbert High School, she was named academic all-state three times and was part of 2007 conference championship team … Her team was Section 7A runners-up in 2007 … Also participated in volleyball and basketball.

17 Leah Hettwer - C

Freshman Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-5 Andover, Minn. (St. Francis HS) Major: Pre-Med/Biology Parents: Cindi and Matt Hettwer

Before CSS: Was an all-conference selection in 2008 and an honorable mention choice in 2007 and 2009 at Irondale High School … Also participated in gymnastics.

14 Darcy Roach - Pitcher

Freshman Bats: Right |Throws: Right 5-8 East Grand Forks, Minn. (Sacred Heart HS) Major: Physical Therapy Parents: Debra and Todd Roach

Before CSS: Was a two-year honorable mention all-conference selection at St. Francis High School.

Merryssa Tiedeman

Before CSS: Named second team All-State in 2009 … Was twotime female athlete of the year at Sacred Heart High School … Was named to the 2009 All-Star Series and was an Academic All-State selection … Also participated in volleyball and basketball.

Molly Berkeland

Sophomore Grand Rapids, Minn. (Grand Rapids HS) Major: Chemistry Parents: Jenny and Jim Berkeland

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Solin was also patient at the plate as she drew a team-high 19 walks and was fourth on the team with a .441 on-base percentage. Also back in the infield is sophomore Theresa Tauer. Tauer had a phenomenal freshman campaign as she was first team All-UMAC selection and led the conference with a .487 batting average, 47 RBIs, nine home runs, and 100 total bases. Her .870 slugging percentage and her 47 RBIs are the fourth and third-most, respectively, in a season in CSS history. Tauer joined Swartz in being selected to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Midwest Region second team. Tauer, who predominantly played third base last season for the Saints, may see more action at first base this season. The Saints return five outfielders from last year’s team. Sophomore Merryssa Tiedeman (So.-Zumbrota, Minn./Zumbrota-Mazeppa) saw the majority of action playing in 40 games, including 34 starts. Tiedeman finished the season on a high-note by driving in seven runs at the UMAC Tournament and belting two home runs in the championship game. Junior Betsy Wehseler (Jr.-Ironton, Minn./CrosbyIronton) started 16 games last season and batted .357 at the plate. Sophomore Kali Carlson (So.-Duluth, Minn./Central) started in 10 games last season. Even though she started in just 10 games, Carlson got a lot of experience, playing in 29 games. Junior Jenn Shaw (Jr.-Northfield, Minn.) and sophomore Sam Quenette (So.-Spooner, Wis.) also return and will be in search of more playing time in 2010. Shaw has Who’s Back split time the last two seasons pitching and in the field. In her freshman season, Shaw The Saints return 10 players from last pitched a perfect game against Crown year’s 31-12 squad. College. The Saints will be led by 2009 UMAC Speaking of perfect games, junior Jen Player of the Year Kristin Swartz. The Falk had one of the more dominating persenior second baseman finished second formances of 2009 as she struck out 14 of in the conference with seven triples, 15 Northwestern batters that she faced to and was second on the team with six complete perfection. Falk did not join the home runs and 37 RBIs last season. In team until after its spring trip last season, conference play, she posted a .525 batting due to her obligations to hockey. That average and had 32 hits. Swartz also made won’t be the case this season as Falk will be just five errors in 114 chances at second with the team the entire season. Falk went base. She was named to the All-UMAC 15-3 last season and led the UMAC with a Defensive team for the third straight year. 2.20 earned run average, a .183 opposing Joining Swartz in the middle infield batting average, and was second with 136 will be senior shortstop Erika Solin strikeouts. At one point during the season, (Sr.-Duluth, Minn./Central). In her first full Falk did not allow a run in 32.1 consecuseason at the position last year, Solin was tive innings. steady as she led the team with 81 assists Joining Falk on the rubber is junior and fielded a team-high four double plays. Kayla Jenkins. Jenkins finished the season 8 The College of St. Scholastica | Duluth, Minn.

2010 Season Outlook - Preview

The St. Scholastica softball team is coming off one of its most prolific offensive seasons to date. The Saints scored a team record 351 runs and had a program-best .373 batting average and .561 slugging percentage. On top of that, the Saints captured their 12th Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) regular season championship and 13th UMAC Postseason title. CSS did not lose a conference game all season with its closest contest a 1-0 victory at Northland College. The Saints are not only poised to win the conference outright once again in 2010, but they are also gunning for an NCAA Tournament bid. The Saints finished the season hot last year, winning 26 of their last 28 games, including wins over 2008 NCAA National Champion UW-Eau Claire and 2009 thirdplace finisher Gustavus Adolphus. According to head coach Jen Walter, this year’s squad is one of the deepest teams she has had at St. Scholastica. Walter believes she can go five pitchers deep in her rotation with all bringing something different to the table. There is a lot of optimism surrounding the CSS softball program with a talented recruiting class and 10 returning players from last year’s squad, including second team all-region selections Kristin Swartz (Sr.-Hermantown, Minn.) and Theresa Tauer (So.-Plymouth, Minn./Wayzata). Plus, first team All-UMAC pitchers Jen Falk (Jr.-Altona, Man.) and Kayla Jenkins (Jr.-Esko, Minn.) also return.

strong last year winning 12 of her last 13 decisions. Jenkins is the perfect compliment to Falk as she uses more finesse than power. Jenkins finished second in the conference with a 2.25 earned run average and .275 opposing batting average. She was second in the UMAC with 109 innings pitched and 20 starts in 2009. Who’s New In what Coach Walter describes as the deepest recruiting class since 2002, the Saints have added pitching depth and needs at catcher. Many of the newcomers are versatile and add depth for the Saints as a whole. This year’s class includes seven incoming freshmen and two junior college transfers. The two transfers are Rachel Perushek (Jr.-Eveleth, Minn./Eveleth-Gilbert) from Mesabi Range Community College and Brittni Johnson (Jr.-Thief River Falls, Minn./Lincoln) from Northland Community College. Perushek will play at third base, while Johnson will be a utility player. Leading the incoming freshmen are a pair of All-State players in catcher Bonnie Kowalczyk (Fr.-Menomonee Falls, Wis.) and pitcher Darcy Roach (Fr.-East Grand Forks, Minn./Sacred Heart). Kowalczyk, a native of Menomonee Falls, Wis., was a second team All-State choice this spring. She led the Indians to a state tournament appearance and was named to the 2009 Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association (WFSCA) All-Star Team. Roach, a native of East Grand Forks, was also a second team All-State selection this spring. She was an academic All-State choice and was named to the 2009 Minnesota All-Star series. Another pitcher, Shannen Schmidt (Fr.De Pere, Wis.), was a first team all-conference selection in 2008 and a second team choice this past season. Other incoming freshmen include catchers Jenny Marinaro (Fr.-Nashwauk, Minn./ Nashwauk-Keewatin) and Leah Hettwer (Fr.-Andover, Minn./St. Francis), third baseman Jannon Stewart-Garcia (Fr.-Minneapolis, Minn./DeLaSalle), and outfielder Allison Spiering (Fr.-Mounds View, Minn./ Irondale). Marinaro was an all-area selection this spring and Stewart-Garcia made all-conference in 2008 and 2009.


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Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 21

Name Jen Falk Merryssa Tiedeman Betsy Wehseler Kali Carlson Jannon Stewart-Garcia Theresa Tauer Bonnie Kowalczyk Brittni Johnson Shannen Schmidt Kayla Jenkins Jenny Marinaro Kristin Swartz Allison Spiering Darcy Roach Rachel Perushek Leah Hettwer Jenn Shaw Erika Solin Sam Quenette

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Hometown Altona, Man. Zumbrota, Minn. Ironton, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Plymouth, Minn. Menomonee Falls, Wis. Thief River Falls, Minn. DePere, Wis. Esko, Minn. Nashwauk, Minn. Hermantown, Minn. Mounds View, Minn. East Grand Forks, Minn. Eveleth, Minn. Andover, Minn. Northfield, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Spooner, Wis.

header in Minneapolis at the University of Minnesota’s Jane Sage Cowles Stadium. Gustavus finished third nationally in 2009. The UMAC Postseason Tournament will take place in Aberdeen, S.D., hosted by Presentation College. The tournament will take place May 7th and 8th.

Kayla Jenkins

Previous School Rainy River CC Zumbrota-Mazeppe HS Crosby-Ironton HS Duluth Central HS DeLaSalle HS Wayzata HS Menomonee Falls HS Northland CC DePere HS Augsburg College Nashwauk-Keewatin HS Hermantown HS Irondale HS Sacret Heart HS Mesabi Range CC St. Francis HS Northfield HS Duluth Central HS Spooner HS Alphabetized Roster

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Kali Carlson Jen Falk Leah Hettwer Kayla Jenkins Brittni Johnson Bonnie Kowalczyk Jenny Marinaro Rachel Perushek Darcy Roach Sam Quenette Shannen Schmidt Jenn Shaw Erika Solin Allison Spiering Jannen Stewart-Garcia Kristin Swartz Theresa Tauer Merryssa Tiedeman Betsy Wehseler

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2010 Season Outlook - Rosters

Once again the Saints will play one of the tougher non-conference schedules in the country. The season gets underway February 16th just like last year in Rosemount, Minn. against UW-Stout. The Saints then won’t play again until their Spring Trip, which is in Tucson, Ariz. this year. In Arizona, the Saints will have eight of their 10 games against regional opponents. CSS will face UW-La Crosse three times on its spring trip. Upon returning to the Midwest, the Saints will take part in the Coe College Invitational. There the Saints will open with 2009 National Runner-up and host Coe College. Also in Iowa, the Saints get into UMAC action and will have their home opener April 6th when they host Northland College at Kenwood Field. CSS steps back out of conference on April 12th when it travels to Ashland, Wis. and faces 2008 National Champion UW-Eau Claire at Northland College. This year St. Scholastica will host the UMAC Crossover at both Kenwood Field and Junction Avenue Field on the campus of Minn.-Duluth on April 30th and May 1st. All eight teams will be involved with a total of eight games being played each day. The Saints will conclude their regular season on May 3rd when faces Gustavus Adolphus in a non-conference double-

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2009 Opponents

Conference Opponents

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Bethany Lutheran College Location: Mankato, Minn. Enrollment: 540 President: Dr. Dan R. Bruss Nickname: Vikings Team Colors: Red and White Athletic Director: Karl Fager 2009 Overall Record: 9-27 UMAC Record/Finish: 7-14/6th Postseason: None Head Coach: Leigh Ann LaFave Overall Record: 24-73 Record at Bethany Lutheran: 24-73 SID: Julie Thomas SID Email: julie.thomas@blc.edu SID Phone: (507) 344-7320 Web Site: www.blc.edu Athletics: www.blc.edu/athletics

Northland College Location: Ashland, Wis. Enrollment: 750 President: Dr. James Peterson Nickname: LumberJacks Team Colors: Navy, Orange and White Athletic Director: Steve Wammer 2009 Overall Record: 20-21 UMAC Record/Finish: 16-5/2nd Postseason: Lost in UMAC Tourn. Head Coach: Steve Wammer Overall Record: 93-101 Record at Northland: 93-101 SID: Andy Ham SID Email: aham@northland.edu SID Phone: (715) 682-1985 Web Site: www.northland.edu Athletics: www.northlandcollegesports.com

Presentation College Location: Aberdeen, S.D. Enrollment: 800 President: Dr. Lorraine Hale Nickname: Saints Team Colors: Green and Gold Athletic Director: Rick Kline 2009 Overall Record: 3-25 UMAC Record/Finish: 1-19/8th Postseason: None Head Coach: John Krogstrand Overall Record: 7-43 Record at Presentation: 7-43 SID: Evan Ormond SID Email: evan.ormond@presentation.edu SID Phone: (605) 229-8488 Web Site: www.presentation.edu Athletics: www.presentation.edu/saints

Crown College Location: St. Bonifacius, Minn. Enrollment: 1,300 President: Dr. Rick Mann Nickname: Storm Team Colors: Purple and White Athletic Director: James Hunter 2009 Overall Record: 8-23 UMAC Record/Finish: 2-19/7th Postseason: None Head Coach: Ed Harkness Overall Record: None Record at Crown: None SID: Jon Barsness SID Email: barsnessj@crown.edu SID Phone: (952) 446-4146 Web Site: www.crown.edu Athletics: www.stormathletics.com

Northwestern College Location: St. Paul, Minn. Enrollment: 3,026 President: Dr. Alan S. Cureton Nickname: Eagles Team Colors: Purple and Gold Athletic Director: Matt Hill 2009 Overall Record: 20-23 UMAC Record/Finish: 14-7/3rd Postseason: Lost in UMAC Championship Head Coach: Alicia du’Monceaux Overall Record: 20-23 Record at Northwestern: 20-23 SID: Greg Johnson SID Email: GLJohnson@nwc.edu SID Phone: (651) 631-5363 Web Site: www.nwc.edu Athletics: http://nwceagles.com

University of Minn., Morris Location: Morris, Minn. Enrollment: 1,600 Chancellor: Dr. Jacquelin Johnson Nickname: Cougars Team Colors: Maroon and Gold Athletic Director: Mark Fohl 2009 Overall Record: 14-23 UMAC Record/Finish: 12-9/4th Postseason: Lost in UMAC Tourn. Head Coach: Heather Pennie Overall Record: 59-205-1 Record at Minn., Morris: 59-205-1 SID: Chris Butler SID Email: cbutler@morris.umn.edu SID Phone: (320) 589-6423 Web Site: www.morris.umn.edu Athletics: www.ummcougars.org

Martin Luther College Location: New Ulm, Minn. Enrollment: 1,039 President: Rev. Mark G. Zarling Nickname: Knights Team Colors: Red, Black and White Athletic Director: James M. Unke 2009 Overall Record: 18-17 UMAC Record/Finish: 10-10/5th Postseason: None Head Coach: Barb Leopold Overall Record: 155-210-1 Record at Martin Luther: 155-210-1 SID: Michael Gibbons SID Email: gibbonme@mlc-wels.edu SID Phone: (507) 354-8221 Web Site: www.mlc-wels.edu Athletics: www.mlc-wels.edu/home/athletics

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Softball 2010 Non-Conference Opponents Augsburg College Location: Minneapolis, Minn. Enrollment: 4,054 President: Dr. Paul Pribbenow Nickname: Auggies Team Colors: Maroon and Gray Athletic Director: Jeff Swenson Conference: MIAC 2009 Overall Record: 12-28 Conf. Record/Finish: 10-12/T-5th Postseason: None Head Coach: Tim Gormley Overall Record: 36-85 Record at College: 36-85 SID: Don Stoner SID Email: stoner@augsburg.edu SID Phone: 612-330-1677 Web Site: www.augsburg.edu Athletics: athletics.augsburg.edu Coe College Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa Enrollment: 1,300 President: James R. Phifer Nickname: Kohawks Team Colors: Crimson and Gold Athletic Director: John Chandler Conference: IIAC 2009 Overall Record: 41-13 Conf. Record/Finish: 12-4/3rd Postseason: NCAA Runner-up Head Coach: Bob Timmons Overall Record: 758-308 Record at College: 383-146 SID: Ryan Workman SID Email: sid@coe.edu SID Phone: 319-399-8570 Web Site: www.coe.edu Athletics: www.coeathletics.com Dickinson College Location: Carlisle, Pa. Enrollment: 2,360 President: William G. Durden Nickname: Red Devils Team Colors: Red and White Athletic Director: Dr. Les Poolman Conference: Centennial 2009 Overall Record: 17-14 Conf. Record/Finish: 8-8/5th Postseason: None Head Coach: Matt Richwine Overall Record: 119-158 Record at College: 119-158 SID: Charlie McGuire SID Email: mcguire@dickinson.edu SID Phone: 717-245-1652 Web Site: www.dickinson.edu Athletics: www.dickinson.edu/athletics Gustavus Adolphus College Location: St. Peter, Minn. Enrollment: 2,572 President: Jack Ohle Nickname: Golden Gusties Team Colors: Black and Gold Athletic Director: Al Molde Conference: MIAC 2009 Overall Record: 42-9 st Conf. Record/Finish: 21-1/1 Postseason: NCAA 3rd place Head Coach: Jeff Annis Overall Record: 135-36 Record at College: 135-36 SID: Tim Kennedy SID Email: timgasid@gustavus.edu SID Phone: 507-933-7647 Web Site: www.gustavus.edu Athletics: www.gustavus.edu/athletics

Lakeland College Location: Sheboygan, Wis. Enrollment: 958 President: Stephen A. Gould Nickname: Muskie Team Colors: Navy and Gold Athletic Director: Jane Bouche Conference: Northern Athletics 2009 Overall Record: 30-10 nd Conf. Record/Finish: 21-3/2 Postseason: Lost in NAC Semi-finals Head Coach: Chad Buchmann Overall Record: 102-90 Record at College: 102-90 SID: David Gallianetti SID Email: gallianettidd@lakeland.edu SID Phone: 920-565-1219 Web Site: www.lakeland.edu Athletics: www.lakeland.edu/Athletics

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North Central College Location: Naperville, Ill. Enrollment: 2,333 President: Dr. Harold R. Wilde Nickname: Cardinals Team Colors: Red and White Athletic Director: James Miller Conference: CCIW 2009 Overall Record: 27-12 nd Conf. Record/Finish: 10-4/2 Postseason: Lost in CCIW Championship Head Coach: Jim Kulawiak Overall Record: 576-243-3 Record at College: 576-243-3 SID: Clark Teuscher SID Email: ccteuscher@noctrl.edu SID Phone: 630-637-5302 Web Site: northcentralcollege.edu Athletics: northcentralcardinals.com Otterbein College Location: Westerville, Ohio Enrollment: 3,000 President: Kathy A. Krendl Nickname: Lady Cardinals Team Colors: Tan and Cardinal Athletic Director: Dick Reynolds Conference: OAC 2009 Overall Record: 18-18 th Conf. Record/Finish: 7-11/8 Postseason: None Head Coach: Christine Steines Overall Record: 18-18 Record at College: 18-18 SID: Ed Syguda SID Email: ESyguda@otterbein.edu SID Phone: 614-823-1288 Web Site: www.otterbein.edu Athletics: www.otterbein.edu/athletics Schreiner University Location: Kerrville, Texas Enrollment: 1,084 President: Tim Summerlin Nickname: Mountaineers Team Colors: Maroon and White Athletic Director: Ron Macosko Conference: American Southwest Conference 2009 Overall Record: 26-15 rd Conf. Record/Finish: 15-9/3 Postseason: Lost in ASC semifinals Head Coach: Don Green Overall Record: 51-62 Record at College: 51-62 SID: Wayne Hinkley SID Email: wphinkley@schreiner.edu SID Phone: 830-792-7449 Web Site: www.schreiner.edu Athletics: athletics.schreiner.edu Southwestern University Location: Georgetown, Texas Enrollment: 1,301 President: Jake B. Schrum Nickname: Pirates Team Colors: Black and Gold Athletic Director: Dr. Glada Munt Conference: SCAC 2009 Overall Record: 19-16st Conf. Record/Finish: 9-3/1 Postseason: Lost in SCAC Championship Head Coach: Angela Froboese Overall Record: 104-81 Record at College: 19-16 SID: Megan Hardin SID Email: hardinm@southwestern.edu SID Phone: 512-863-1254 Web Site: www.southwestern.edu Athletics: www.southwestern.edu/athletics

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Location: Eau Claire, Wis. Enrollment: 10,487 President: Chancellor Brian Levin-Stankevich Nickname: Blugolds Team Colors: Navy and Old gold Athletic Director: Scott Kilgallon Conference: WIAC, NCHA, NCGA, NCTA 2009 Overall Record: 28-16 Conf. Record/Finish: 10-6/4th Postseason: Lost in WIAC Tournament Head Coach: Leslie Huntington Overall Record: 233-112 Record at College: 233-112 SID: Kevin Meinholz SID Email: meinhoka@uwec.edu SID Phone: 715-836-4184 Web Site: www.uwec.edu Athletics: www.uwecblugolds.com University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Location: La Crosse, Wis. Enrollment: 8,634 President: Chancellor Joe Gow Nickname: Eagles Team Colors: Maroon and Gray Athletic Director: Joe Baker Conference: WIAC 2009 Overall Record: 34-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 12-4/2nd Postseason: Lost in NCAA Regional Tourn. Head Coach: Chris Helixon Overall Record:87-78 Record at College: 87-78 SID: David Johnson SID Email: johnson.dav2@uwlax.edu SID Phone: 608-785-8493 Web Site: www.uwlax.edu Athletics: www.uwlathletics.com University of Wisconsin-Platteville Location: Platteville, Wis. Enrollment: 5,500 President: Dr. Carol Sue Butts Nickname: Pioneers Team Colors: Orange and Blue Athletic Director: Mark Molesworth Conference: WIAC 2009 Overall Record: 5-9 Conf. Record/Finish: 0-15/9th Postseason: None Head Coach: Heather Townsend Overall Record: 44-102 Record at College: 44-102 SID: Paul Erickson SID Email: ericksop@uwplatt.edu SID Phone: 608-342-1574 Web Site: www.uwplatt.edu Athletics: www.uwplatt.edu/athletics Wisconsin-Stout Location: Menomonie, Wis. Enrollment: 9,015 President: Chancellor Charles W. Sorensen Nickname: Blue Devils Team Colors: Navy blue and White Athletic Director: Joe Harlan Conference: WIAC 2009 Overall Record: 19-21 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-9/6th Postseason: Lost in WIAC Tournament Head Coach: Chris Stainer Overall Record: 193-276 Record at College: 175-251 SID: Layne Pitt SID Email: pittl@uwstout.edu SID Phone: 715-232-2275 Web Site: www.uwstout.edu Athletics: athletics.uwstout.edu

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St. Scholastica Saints The College of St. Scholastica is regularly recognized as one of the finest colleges in the Midwest. The 2009 “America’s Best Colleges” survey by U.S. News & World Report magazine ranks St. Scholastica in “Tier 1” of Midwestern Universities– Master’s level. The magazine’s rankings are based upon criteria that include academic reputation, student retention, class sizes, student-faculty ratio and alumni support. St. Scholastica provides intellectual and moral preparation for responsible living and meaningful work. The College was founded in 1912 in the Catholic intellectual tradition and is shaped by Benedictine values. With a vision of sending forth thoughtful leaders – graduates who are committed to serving and transforming the world – St. Scholastica is an academic community that offers “learning to touch the world.” The College has programs in the liberal arts and sciences along with professional career fields, in addition to 19 varsity intercollegiate athletics programs and more than 60 extracurricular opportunities. St. Scholastica has graduated more than 13,000 alumni; 97 percent of St. Scholastica graduates are typically in career fields or graduate school within six months of graduation. Location: One of the most distinctive aspects of the College is its location. Found in scenic Duluth, Minnesota, St. Scholastica’s 186-acre campus overlooks Lake Superior from a wooded ridge in a tranquil residential area. You are minutes from the region’s best shopping areas and a downtown that features plenty of cultural excitement. There are great opportunities in terms of internships and career contacts, as well as extraordinary social and recreational activities.

Financial Aid: Of course, college costs money. But the smart money thinks of this as an investment that will pay personal and financial dividends for a lifetime. Over 3,500 students currently enrolled at The College of St. Scholastica believe that the quality and benefits of their education outweigh the costs. Over 98 percent of full-time undergraduate students receive financial aid. In fact, the average annual award in 2009-10 was $19,000. Plus, there are literally hundreds of need and non-need based scholarships available. Campus Community: Spend any length of time on this beautiful campus and you can’t help but notice how friendly everyone is. With countless things happening on and off campus, boredom is not a problem at St. Scholastica. From the city’s Lakewalk near the shores of Lake Superior to its Skyline Drive along the hilltops, and from the College’s Reif Recreation Center and new Wellness Center to its classic Tower Hall, the combination of Duluth and St. Scholastica creates an exciting place to attend college.

About St. Scholastica

Size and Faculty: If personal attention is what you want, this is the right place. With a total enrollment over 3,500, the student to teacher ratio is 13 to 1. If you take the opportunity, you can get to know your professors and they will get to know you – usually on a first-name basis. Collectively, the faculty members’ experiences, education and teaching positions have taken them through decades and around the globe. Now they’re all right here for you.

Resources and Facilities: St. Scholastica has well-equipped classrooms, computer labs, laboratories, and learning resource centers. The science center is packed with laboratories that you won’t find at many, if any, other colleges. In addition, the College offers a number of study abroad and service learning opportunities. The acoustically superb Mitchell Auditorium hosts dozens of speakers, bands and other events throughout the school year. A Wellness Center, which opened in autumn 2004 and grew in size the summer of 2008 due to additions, houses a six-lane indoor running track, four multi-purpose courts, a climbing wall, aerobic room, stateof-the-art locker rooms, and a new weightlifting facility, as well as other features for ensuring a healthy lifestyle.

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Softball 2010 Saints Athletics Directory

(email)@css.edu (218) 723Athletic Director Don Olson dolson4 -5934 Administrative Assistant Bev Berntson bberntso -6551 Sports Information Director Jesse Robinson jrobinso -6643 Head Athletic Trainer Kim Moncel kmoncel -5918 Assistant Athletic Trainers Tom Rheaume trheaume 625-4915 Maren Barootian mbarooti 625-4915 Sean Degerstrom sdegerst 625-4915 Baseball Corey Kemp baseball -6298 Basketball – Men’s David Staniger mensbasketball -6609 Basketball – Women’s Stacy Deadrick womensbasketball -6299 Cross Country – Men’s & Women’s Steve Pfingsten crosscountry -6001 Football Greg Carlson football -6737 Hockey – Men’s Mark Wick hockey -6610 Hockey – Women’s Jackie MacMillan jmacmill -7069 Nordic Skiing – Men’s & Women’s Chad Salmela nordic -6149 Soccer – Men’s Barry Chastey menssoccer -6635 Soccer – Women’s Dave Reyelts womenssoccer -6603 Softball Jen Walter softball -6422 Tennis – Men’s & Women’s Wells Patten tennis -7050 Track and Field – Men’s & Women’s Kirk Nauman trackandfield -6100 Volleyball Dana Moore volleyball -6721

Directions to St. Scholastica

From I-35 or S. Hwy 53: Follow I-35 north to 21st Ave. East, Exit 258. Follow 21st Ave. East to Woodland Ave. Turn right on Woodland Ave. and follow it three blocks to College Street. Turn left on College Street and follow it to The College of St. Scholastica.

From Hwy. 61: Follow Hwy. 61 south to 21st Avenue East, Exit 258. Follow 21st Avenue East to Woodland Avenue. Turn right on Woodland Avenue and follow it three blocks to College Street. Turn left on College Street and follow it to The College of St. Scholastica.

Affiliation: Catholic, Benedictine Founded: 1912 President: Dr. Larry Goodwin Enrollment: 3,746; 2,188 total undergraduate at main campus, 925 total graduate, 2,821 total undergraduate (main campus, ADEP, and extended studies) Campus: Duluth, Minnesota – A 186-acre campus overlooking Lake Superior Career Placement: 97 percent of graduates are in career fields or graduate school within six months of graduation Average Class Size: 22 students Student/Faculty Ratio: 14 to 1 Campus Housing: Somers Residence Hall; Willow, Maple, Grove, Birch, Pine, Cedar, Kerst and Scanlon Apartments Student Body: 38 states and 29 countries represented in recent years Study Abroad Programs: Irish Study Center in Louisburgh, Ireland; Russian Language Program in Petrozavodsk, Russia; student scholar exchange programs in Leipzig, Germany, and Lille, France; study opportunities in Mexico, England, Italy and Tanzania; and special consortium programs through HECUA.

CSS Quick Hit Websites

Student Activities http://www.css.edu/studentactivities.xml Campus Recreation – Intramurals, Club Sports and Fitness Classes http://www.css.edu/x220.xml Outdoor PURSUIT! http://www.css.edu/Administration/Campus-Recreation/Outdoor-Pursuit.html

Residential Life http://www.css.edu/Administration/HousingResidential-Life.html Food Service – Meal Plans, The Greenview, Storm’s Den & Java Express http://www.css.edu/Administration/Food-Service.html

Social Media

Voice of the Saints - Athletics Blog http://csssaints.blogspot.com/ Twitter Athletics: http://www.twitter.com/csssaints College: http://www.twitter.com/stscholastica Facebook Athletics: http://www.facebook.com/css.saints College: http://www.facebook.com/stscholastica

About Duluth

Duluth Visitors Center http://www.visitduluth.com/ Spirit Mountain Ski Resort http://www.spiritmt.com/ Great Lakes Aquarium http://www.glaquarium.org/ Lake Superior Zoo http://www.lszoo.org/ Entertainment http://twinportsnightlife.com http://www.thedusu.com

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About St. Scholastica

From N. Hwy. 53: Follow Hwy. 53 south to Arrowhead Road. Turn left on Arrowhead Road. Follow Arrowhead Road to Kenwood Avenue. Turn right on Kenwood Avenue. Turn right at traffic signal into The College of St. Scholastica.

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St. Scholastica Saints

2008-09 SAINTS ACCOMPLISHMENTS Academic Superlatives • 108 UMAC Academic All-Conference selections • 11 NCHA All-Academic Team selections • 6 NABC Men’s Basketball Honors Court selections • 6 NSCAA/Adidas Women’s Soccer Scholar All-Central Region honorees • 4 CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honorees • 2 USTFCCCA Division III Academic All-Americans • Men’s and Women’s Cross Country named USTFCCCA Div. III All-Academic Team • Women’s Track & Field named USTFCCCA Div.-III AllAcademic Team Postseason Conference Honors • 98 UMAC All-Conference honorees • 4 NCHA All-Conference honorees • 1 CCSA All-Conference honoree • NCHA Men’s Hockey Coach of the Year: Mark Wick • UMAC Baseball Coach of the Year: CSS Coaching Staff • UMAC Men’s Basketball Tournament MVP: Chris Hamers • UMAC Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Coach of the Year: Kirk Nauman • UMAC Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year: Wells Patten • UMAC Men’s Tennis Player of the Year: Dillon Sterle • UMAC Softball Coach of the Year: Jen Walter • UMAC Softball Player of the Year: Kristin Swartz • UMAC Women’s Cross Country Coach of the Year: Steve Pfingsten • UMAC Women’s Soccer Co-Player of the Year: Robin Johnson • UMAC Women’s Soccer Tournament MVP: Robin Johnson • UMAC Women’s Tennis Coach of the Year: Wells Patten • UMAC Women’s Tennis Player of the Year: Ploy Suthijindawong

Saints Excellence

Katelyn Meger (right) with Head Coach Steve Pfingsten at 2008 NCAA D-III Cross Country Championships

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National Recognition • ABCA Baseball Div. III All-American Second Team selection: Adian Kummet • ABCA Baseball Div. III All-Midwest Region First Team selection: Adian Kummet • ABCA Baseball Div. III All-Midwest Region First Team selection: Sean Claugherty • ABCA Baseball Div. III All-Midwest Region Second Team selection: Peter Burg • ABCA Baseball Div. III All-Midwest Region Third Team selection: Brian Marshik • D3Baseball.com All-American Honorable Mention: Adian Kummet • Baseball America Div. III Preseason All-American selection: Sean Claugherty • D3Baseball.com Preseason All-American selection: Sean Claugherty • D3Baseball.com Preseason All-American Honorable Mention: Peter Burg • Louisville Slugger/NFCA Softball Div. III All-Midwest Region 2nd Team selection: Kristin Swartz • Louisville Slugger/NFCA Softball Div. III All-Midwest Region 2nd Team selection: Theresa Tauer • RBK Men’s Hockey Div. III All-American West Region selection: A.J. Tucker • RBK Men’s Hockey Div. III All-American West Region selection: Steve Bounds • USCHO.com Men’s Hockey Div. III West Region All-Star 2nd Team selection: A.J. Tucker • USCHO.com Men’s Hockey Div. III West Region All-Star 2nd Team selection: Steve Bounds • Baseball earns program-high No. 3 ranking in NCBWA/ D3Baseball.com national poll. • Baseball’s Adian Kummet drafted in the 31st round of the MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds. • Men’s Hockey earns program-high No. 2 ranking in USCHO.com Div. III national poll. • Men’s Hockey’s Kelly Reynolds (Sr.) breaks NCAA Div. III record by playing in 113 consecutive games. National Participation • NCAA Indoor Men’s Track & Field Meet participant: Wendell Booth - 4th place long jump - All-American • NCAA Women’s Cross Country National participant: Katelyn Meger • NCAA Skiing Championships participant: Tyler Kjorstad • NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles National Tour. RunnerUp: Ploy Suthijindawong • Baseball earns fifth straight NCAA Tournament berth. • Men’s Hockey earns first ever NCAA Tournament berth. • Women’s Soccer earns second consecutive NCAA Tournament berth. • Women’s Tennis earns third straight NCAA Tournament berth.

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Softball 2010

THE SAINTS ATHLETICS CLUB The College of St. Scholastica’s Athletics Department has the goal of becoming a nationally-known NCAA Division III sports program. This goal reflects our deeply held view that strong and successful sports teams benefit everyone associated with the College. The positive image generated by winning teams frequently is the first impression prospective students and their families have of our school. Winning teams give alumni and current students a source of pride and “bragging rights.” It is our commitment to keep our athletics program the best in the league and competitive with the best in the country. Our teams will always be a positive reflection of St. Scholastica’s past, present and future. We have taken many steps to strengthen our foundation and we are prepared to move forward. One step is the Saints Athletics Club, an organization dedicated to connecting supporters of CSS sports with each other and with current student-athletes while also generating the resources needed to supplement the Athletics Department’s traditional budget. As the College grows, there will always be widespread need for additional resources. The success of the Saints Athletics Club will allow the Athletics Department some degree of independence as we fund initiatives we consider essential for our future growth. If you would like to join or would like more information regarding the Saints Athletics Club please contact: Don Olson at 218-723-5934 or dolson4@css.edu

Tyler Kjorstad (below) performing at the 2009 NCAA Skiing Championships

SAINTS ATHLETICS TRADITION NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Basketball (Women’s) Cross Country (Men’s) Cross Country (Women’s) Hockey Soccer Volleyball

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CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Baseball Basketball (Men’s) Basketball (Women’s) Cross Country (Men’s) Cross Country (Women’s) Soccer (Men’s) Soccer (Women’s) Softball Tennis (Men’s) Tennis (Women’s) Outdoor Track (Men) Outdoor Track (Women) Volleyball

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Ploy Suthijindawong (left) with Head Coach Wells Patten at the 2009 NCAA D-III Women’s Singles Championships

Saints Athletics Club

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St. Scholastica Saints

Commissioner Corey Borchardt 651.286.7470 | cpborchardt@nwc.edu

Sports Information Director Greg Johnson 651.631.5363 | gljohnson@nwc.edu

Upper Midwest Athletic Conference

UPPER MIDWEST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEMBER INSTITUTIONS

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Bethany Lutheran College Location: Mankato, Minn. President: Dr. Dan Bruss Athletics Director: Karl Fager Website: blc.edu/athletics

Northland College Location: Ashland, Wis. President: Dr. James Peterson Athletics Director: Steve Wammer Website: northlandcollegesports.com

College of St. Scholastica Location: Duluth, Minn. President: Dr. Larry Goodwin Athletics Director: Don Olson Website: csssaints.com

Northwestern College Location: St. Paul, Minn. President: Dr. Alan Cureton Athletics Director: Dr. Matt Hill Website: nwceagles.com

Crown College Location: St. Bonifacius, Minn. President: Dr. Rick Mann Athletics Director: Josh Dunwoody Website: stormathletics.com

Presentation College Location: Aberdeen, S.D. President: Dr. Lorraine Hale Athletics Director: Rick Kline Website: presentation.edu/saints

Martin Luther College Location: New Ulm, Minn. President: Rev. Mark Zarling Athletics Director: James Unke Website: mlc-wels.edu/athletics

University of Minnesota, Morris Location: Morris, Minn. Chancellor: Dr. Jacqueline Johnson Athletics Director: Mark Fohl Website: ummcougars.org

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Softball 2010 UMAC All-Sports Trophy: The Jerome Kruse Award 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

St. Scholastica St. Scholastica Martin Luther St. Scholastica & Northwestern (Tie) Northwestern Northwestern Martin Luther (85 pts.) 2nd – Northwestern (80) Northwestern (87.5) 2nd – St. Scholastica (85) Northwestern (95) 2nd – St. Scholastica (93.5) St. Scholastica (75.5) 2nd – Northwestern (74.5) St. Scholastica (74) 2nd – Northwestern (65.5) Northwestern (82) 2nd – St. Scholastica (74) Northwestern (81) 2nd – St. Scholastica (80.5)

2009 UMAC First Team All-Conference Name (Yr.-Pos.) Aurora Albrecht (Sr.-2B) Lauren August (Sr.-C) Asia DeVlaeminck (Jr.-1B) Jen Falk (So.-P) Bailey Jelle (Sr.-SS) Kayla Jenkins, (So.-P) Jenny Kortus (Sr.-2B) Karla Opperman (Fr.-C) Julie Rohling (Jr.-C) Meghan Schmidt (Jr.-C) Brittany Schmitt (Jr.-P/OF) Kristin Swartz (Jr.-2B) Theresa Tauer (Fr.-3B) Ashley Weimer (Jr.-SS) Brynn Wollak (Fr.-C)

School Northland Northwestern Northland St. Scholastica Minn.-Morris St. Scholastica Northwestern Martin Luther Minn.-Morris Presentation Northland St. Scholastica St. Scholastica Northwestern St. Scholastica

2009 UMAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Name (Yr.-Pos.) School Diane Blommel (So.-3B) Minn.-Morris Gennie Bunting (Fr.-3B) Crown Michaela Carlson (Jr.-OF) St. Scholastica April Cook (Jr.-OF) Martin Luther Amanda Edmison (Fr.-OF) Bethany Lutheran Kylie Garing (Jr.-3B) Northland Brittany Jensen (So.-OF) Martin Luther Elizabeth Leuty (So.-OF) Minn.-Morris Amanda Rodgers (Jr.-P) Northwestern Chelsey Weiss (Sr.-OF) St. Scholastica Name (Yr.-Pos.) Brittany Schmitt (Jr.-P) Lauren August (Sr.-C) Katie Kretsceh (Fr.-1B) Asia DeVlaeminck (Jr.-1B) Kristin Swartz (Jr.-2B) Diane Blommel (So.-3B) Bailey Jelle (Sr.-SS) Brittany Schlomer (Jr.-OF) Rhonda Morgan (Sr.-OF) Elizabeth Leuty (So.-OF)

2009 UMAC All-Defensive Team

School Northland Northwestern Martin Luther Northland St. Scholastica Minn.-Morris Minn.-Morris Bethany Lutheran Northwestern Minn.-Morris

Player of the Year: Kristin Swartz, College of St. Scholastica Coach of the Year: Jen Walter, College of St. Scholastica

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Upper Midwest Athletic Conference

The Jerome Kruse Memorial Award was created in honor of Mr. Jerome Kruse, the long-time athletic director of Northwestern (Wis.) College and later Martin Luther College. Mr. Kruse’s life ended early, and the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) created the award to honor his dedication to the conference and its student-athletes. The annual award travels to the college that earns the most points, accumulated by the place-finishes of the college’s athletic teams in the final standings of the 16 conference-sponsored sports. In 2006 and 2007, St. Scholastica won back-to-back Kruse Awards, their first outright victory since 1998 and first overall since 2000. The Saints won eight regular season conference titles in 2006 and nine in ’07 to claim their second straight title. In 2008, the Saints fell just eight points short of their third straight Kruse Award while getting beat out by perennial contender Northwestern College. The 2009 school year saw the Saints claim ten of the 16 regular season conference championships – including all six of the Spring sports – but they were still edged out by Northwestern by just one half of a point. Northwestern was propelled to victory thanks to regular season championships in Volleyball, Football, and Women’s Golf and seven second-place finishes. The second-straight near-victory by the Saints is even more remarkable given the fact that CSS does not yet field teams in men’s or women’s golf, compromising the points formula. CSS will look for continued success in men’s and women’s soccer, women’s cross country, volleyball, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, baseball, and softball – all of which won their regular season championship in 2008-09 as well as the emergence football and women’s basketball teams as they look for their sixth Jerome Kruse Award in 2010.

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St. Scholastica Saints Offensive (min. 75 AB) Batting Avg. 1. Tauer (CSS) 2. Schmidt (PC) 3. Opperman (MLC) 4. Chalupsky (PC) 5. Wollak (CSS) Slugging % 1. Wollak (CSS) 2. Tauer (CSS) 3. Schmidt (PC) 4. Opperman (MLC) 5. Swartz (CSS) On-Base Percentage 1. Chalupsky (PC) 2. Schmidt (PC) 3. Wollak (CSS) 4. Tauer (CSS) 5. Opperman (MLC) Hits 1. Tauer (CSS) 2. Schmitt (NC) 3. August (NWC) 4. Swartz (CSS) 4. DeVlaeminck (NC) 4. Koosman (NC) Runs Scored 1. Weismer (NWC) 1. Schmitt (NC) 3. Weiss (CSS) 4. Carlson, M. (CSS) 4. Swartz (CSS) Runs Batted In 1. Tauer (CSS) 2. DeVlaeminck (NC) 3. Swartz (CSS) 4. Wollak (CSS) 5. Edmison (BLC) 5. Rodgers (NWC) Home Runs 1. Tauer (CSS) 2. Swartz (CSS) 2. Wollak (CSS) 4. Tiedeman (CSS) 4. Edmison (BLC) 4. Free (MLC)

.487 .486 .482 .469 .461 .895 .870 .814 .741 .721 .558 .543 .534 .528 .506 56 54 48 47 47 47 41 41 37 36 36 47 40 36 35 31 31 9 6 6 4 4 4

Total Bases 1. Tauer (CSS) 2. Swartz (CSS) 3. Schmitt (NC) 4. Wollak (CSS) 5. Edmison (BLC) Walks 1. Garing (NC) 2. Givens (NC) 3. Solin (CSS) 4. Weimer (NWC) 5. Reichert (NC) Stolen Bases 1. Weimer (NWC) 2. Weiss (CSS) 3. Hegstrom (BLC) 4. Leuty (UMM) 5. Wollak (CSS)

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22 21 19 18 17 31 18 14 13 11

Defensive (min. 100 chances) Fielding Percentage 1. Kretsch (MLC) 2. Lake (CSS) 3. Bergstrom (UMM) 4. DeVlaeminck (NC) 5. Koosman (NC) Putouts 1. Ruby (NWC) 2. DeVlaeminck (NC) 3. Bergstrom (UMM) 4. Koosman (NC) 5. Gordon (CSS) Assists 1. Miller (NC) 2. Jelle (UMM) 2. Weimer (NWC) 4. Solin (CSS) 5. Free (MLC) Double Plays Turned 1. Kretsch (MLC) 1. DeVlaeminck (NC) 3. Ruby (NWC) 4. Albrecht (NC) 4. Miller (NC)

2009 UMAC Postseason Tournament May 1-2 | Mankato, Minn.

100 88 72 68 66

.993 .984 .981 .979 .976 272 268 187 172 159 112 102 102 81 79 8 8 7 6 6

Pitching (min. 70 IP) Earned Run Average 1. Falk (CSS) 2. Jenkins (CSS) 3. Schmitt (NC) 4. Olson (NWC) 5. Rodgers (NWC) Batting Avg. Against 1. Falk (CSS) 2. Jenkins (CSS) 3. Rodgers (NWC) 4. Schmitt (NC) 5. Olson (NWC) Innings Pitched 1. Schmitt (NC) 2. Jenkins (CSS) 3. Falk (CSS) 4. Hanson (NWC) 5. Buntign (CC) Strikeouts 1. Schmitt (NC) 2. Falk (CSS) 3. Bunting (CC) 4. Jenkins (CSS) 5. Popp (BLC) Wins 1. Schmitt (NC) 2. Falk (CSS) 3. Jenkins (CSS) 4. Free (MLC) 5. Rodgers (NWC)

2.20 2.25 4.02 4.08 4.34 .183 .275 .290 .296 .301 174.1 109.0 105.0 102.0 101.2 137 136 70 63 46 16 15 14 8 7

Appearances 1. Schmitt (NC) 2. Bunting (CC) 3. Kalvig (UMM) 3. Popp (BLC) 5. Jenkins (CSS) 5. Wilson (UMM) Starts 1. Schmitt (NC) 2. Jenkins (CSS) 3. Falk (CSS) 3. Kalvig (UMM) 5. Bunting (CC) 5. Devericks (PC)

30 24 23 23 21 21 28 20 19 19 18 18

2009 UMAC Final Standings

Opening Round Team #1 St. Scholastica def. #4 Minn.-Morris, 9-1 1. St. Scholastica * #2 Northland def. #3 Northwestern, 6-5 2. Northland Elimination Game 3. Northwestern #3 Northwestern def. #4 Minn.-Morris, 10-2 4. Minn.-Morris Semifinal Round #1 St. Scholastica def. #2 Northland, 7-4 5. Martin Luther Elimination Game 6. Bethany Lutheran #3 Northwestern def. #2 Northland, 12-6 7. Crown Championship Game 8. Presentation #1 St. Scholastica def. #3 Northwestern, 9-1 * - Postseason Champion The College of St. Scholastica | Duluth, Minn.

UMAC W-L 21-0 16-5 14-7 12-9 10-10 7-14 2-19 1-19

Overall W-L 31-12 20-21 20-23 14-23 18-16 9-27 8-23 2-25


Softball 2010

Kenwood Field

The Saints play on campus at Kenwood Field at the northeast corner of Kenwood and Niagara Avenues. It features a fully enclosed field with six foot fencing surrounding the field, along with a 25-foot backstop. The outfield fence is 210 feet to each field. Other features include: covered dugouts, a batting cage, a two pitcher bullpen, a 10x18 scoreboard and a full infield tarp. It also has water and electricity.

210 Ft. fences to all fields.

A 70-foot batting cage and full bullpen with two pitching mounds. Kenwood Field

Nancy Jensvold Memorial Garden was built in the fall of 2004 to remember Nancy, the mother of team member Laura Heise who died of pancreatic cancer in August of 2003.

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2009 Season Review

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If defense wins championships, it was lost on the St. Scholastica Saints softball team in 2009. Not because their .946 team fielding percentage wasn’t the best in the league or because their 2.43 combined ERA was over two runs lower than their nearest competitor. No, the reason why defense became secondary to the 2009 UMAC Regular Season and Postseason Champions was because they showed off one of the most prolific offenses that have come through St. Scholastica in quite some time. Led by 2009 UMAC Player of the Year and NFCA All-Midwest Regional Selection Kristin Swartz (Hermantown, Minn.), the Saints pummeled opponents for 351 runs, the most ever in UMAC Coach of the Year Jen Walter’s tenure with the team. Swartz, who started all 43 games for the Saints in her junior season, scored 36 runs while knocking in 37 and slugging .725 with six home runs. She also played a superior second base for CSS, with a .956 fielding percentage in over 100 chances. Swartz was named to the UMAC All-Defensive team for her third straight season. Joining her on the 2009 All-Conference first team was a pair of freshman players who also had outstanding seasons for CSS. Theresa Tauer (Plymouth, Minn.) led the Saints in nearly every offensive statistical category, with a .487 batting average, 56 hits, nine home runs, 47 runs batted in, and a massive .870 slugging percentage while earning her own NFCA All-Midwest Regional Selection. She played in nearly ever game for CSS, with 42 starts. Brynn Wollak (Hugo, Minn.) started 27 games and scored 31 runs and knocked in 35. She also led everyday players in on-base percentage at .534 and slugging percentage at .895. Also named to the All-UMAC team were the Saints’ pair of sophomore starting pitchers, Kayla Jenkins (Esko, Minn.) and newcomer Jen Falk (Altona, Man.) Jenkins earned the honor for the second straight year while posting a 2.27 ERA and a 14-7 record for CSS. In her 108 innings, she struck out 62 batters and allowed opponents to hit just .277 against her. Falk had just a 2.15 ERA in 2009 and allowed less than one base runner per inning (0.96 WHIP) in her 104 innings. She also struck out 135 batters and allowed opponents a slim .182 BAA. Two additional Saints were named All-UMAC Honorable Mentions for their contributions to Scholastica’s stellar offense. 2008 AllRegion Second Team selection Michaela Carlson (Alexandria, Minn.) had another outstanding offensive season with a .433 batting average and a .993 OPS (on-base plus slugging), and fellow outfielder and senior captain Chelsey Weiss (Brainerd, Minn.) scored 37 runs while getting on-base at a .426 clip out of the leadoff position. She also stole 18 bases in 2009. After starting the 2008 season winless through twelve games, the Saints won five of their first seven games before embarking on their Spring Trip to Irving, Texas. Inclement weather forced the team’s six games to be played in the team’s final two days and they struggled, being dealt three shutouts by Nebraska Wesleyan (two) and Colorado College. After falling to 5-10 upon their return to the northern Midwest, the Saints finally got back on the winning track with a 29-1 victory over conference opponent Crown College. They then reeled off nine straight victories before splitting a doubleheader with Wis.Eau Claire, a team that CSS had not defeated since the 2006 season.

The Saints began their winning streak anew with their win against the Blugolds, surpassing their previous streak with 14 straight victories. The streak was highlighted by Jen Falk’s 8-0 perfect game victory against Northwestern College on April 21 and three games in which the Saints dropped at least 20 runs on their UMAC opponents. The Saints lost their final game of the regular season against Gustavus Adolphus, but it did not matter as their perfect 21-0 record against conference opponents made them the top-seed in the UMAC Tournament. They again proved why they were tops in the conference by sweeping the tournament, defeating Minn.Morris, Northland, and Northwestern by a combined 23-6 score, while allowing just 12 hits in the two games. Freshman Merryssa Tiedeman (Zumbrota, Minn.) played like a veteran in the tournament, going seven-for-nine with three homers and seven RBIs. With the conclusion of an outstanding season, the Saints had to say farewell to four seniors. Weiss, who finished 2009 with a .412 OBP as a three-year starter in centerfield for the Saints, had 141 hits and 44 walks while striking out just 74 times in over 400 plate appearances in her career. She was also named to the UMAC AllDefensive Team in 2007. Mary Jo McNamee (Escanaba, Mich.) was a two-way player for the Saints, pitching for a 13-12 record with a 3.95 ERA over 33 appearances. While her time on the mound decreased this season, she was an invaluable member of the Saints rotation in 2008, pitching over 100 innings with a 3.92 ERA. On the offensive side, she had her best season in 2009 while batting .349 to bring her career BA to .255. Robin Lake (Tamarack, Minn.) played first base and catcher over her career for the Saints, providing an impressive .403 OBP and .308 BA over her career, but she truly shined in 2009, scoring a career-high 23 runs while knocking in 16 and slugging .514. Despite playing just two seasons for Coach Walter, Mya Gordon (Duluth, Minn.) knocked in 21 runs and scored 33 in her career while posting a .310 career batting average. She also slugged .389 with five doubles in 2009. Thanks to the leadership of their veterans, the young Saints team now has plenty of experience – as well as UMAC Regular and Postseason Championships – and reason to be excited about the future.

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2009 Season Results

Softball 2010

Overall: 31-12 | Home: 5-1 | Away: 9-3 | Neutral: 17-8 | UMAC: 21-0 Date Opposing team Score

Feb 20 + Wis.-Stout

1-9 L

CSS / Opp. R-H-E / R-H-E Inn

1-7-4 / 9-10- 0

6

Overall W-L

UMAC W-L

0- 1

Pitcher of record

Jenkins (L 0-1)

Feb 20 + Wis.-Stout

W 8-1

8-10-1 / 1-3-3

7

1- 1

Falk (W 1-0)

Feb 28 ^ Hope College

W 7-1

7-5-3 / 1-5-2

7

2- 1

Jenkins (W 1-1)

Feb 28 ^ Simpson College

0-7 L

Time

-

1:45

75

1:30

150

1:38

7

2- 2

Falk (L 1-1)

75

1:43

W 12-2

12-12-0 / 2-4-1

5

3- 2

McNamee (W 1-0)

85

1:17

Mar 1 ^ Marian College

W 6-2

6-9-1 / 2-4-1

7

4- 2

Jenkins (W 2-1)

50

1:35

Mar 1 ^ Concordia-Wisconsin

W 8-3

8-6-2 / 3-3-6

7

5- 2

McNamee (W 2-0)

45

1:35

0-3-4 /10-12 -0

Feb 28 ^ Finlandia University

0-3-2 / 7-14-0

Attend

Mar 14 % Nebraska Wesleyan

0-10 L

5

5- 3

McNamee (L 2-1)

-

1:15

Mar 14 % Univ. of Dallas

7-8 L

7-13-2 / 8-11-0

7

5- 4

Jenkins (L 2-2)

97

1:45

Mar 14 % Nebraska Wesleyan

1-2 L

1-6-1 / 2-8-1

(8)

5- 5

Jenkins (L 2-3)

-

2:15

Mar 15 % Nebraska Wesleyan

0-8 L

0-6-4 / 8-12-0

5

5- 6

Jenkins (L 2-4)

-

1:20

Mar 15 % Colorado College

0-8 L

0-3-2 / 8-13-0

6

5- 7

McNamee (L 2-2)

-

1:20

Mar 15 % Nebraska Wesleyan

2-3 L

2-7-4 / 3-6-1

7

5- 8

Jenkins (L 2-5)

-

1:40

Mar 29 Wis.-Eau Claire

0-11 L

0-1- 0 /11-17-0

5

5- 9

Jenkins (L 2-6)

112

1:20

Mar 29 Wis.-Eau Claire

1-10 L

1-3-0 / 10-8-0

5

5-10

Falk. (L 1-2)

-

1:36

Apr 7 * Crown

W 29-1

29-28-0 / 1-1-10

5

6-10

1- 0

Falk (W 2-2)

-

1:35

Apr 7 * Crown

W 18-1

18-15-1 / 1-3-9

5

7-10

2- 0

Jenkins (W 3-6)

75

1:20

Apr 9 * Martin Luther

W 8-0

8-11-0 / 0-3-0

5

8-10

3- 0

Falk (W 3-2)

44

1:08

Apr 9 * Martin Luther

W 9-0

9-10-1 / 0-1- 3

5

9-10

4- 0

Jenkins (W 4-6)

-

0:57

59

2:07

-

1:28

67

1:30

-

1:12

Apr 10 * Bethany Lutheran

W 11-4

11-13-3 / 4-5-2

7

10-10

5- 0

Falk (W 4-2)

Apr 10 * Bethany Lutheran

W 10-1

10-7-1 / 1-5-6

5

11-10

6- 0

Jenkins (W 5-6)

Apr 13 * Northwestern

W 5-0

5-8-1 / 0-1-1

7

12-10

7- 0

Falk (W 5-2)

Apr 13 * Northwestern

W 9-1

9-7-1 / 1-3-5

5

13-10

8- 0

Jenkins (W 6-6)

Apr 14 * Northland

W 1-0

9- 0

Apr 16 Wis.-Eau Claire

0-1 L

Apr 16 Wis.-Eau Claire

1-3-3 / 0-2-2

7

14-10

Jenkins (W 7-6)

40

1:37

0-2-1 / 1-5-2

7

14-11

Falk (L 5-3)

132

1:41

W 3-1

3-6-1 / 1-3-0

7

15-11

Jenkins (W 8-6)

Apr 18 * Minn.-Morris

W 16-3

16-19-0 / 3-5-3

5

16-11

10- 0

Falk (W 6-3)

-

1:22

36

1:30

Apr 18 * Minn.-Morris

W 11-1

11-15-2 / 1-5-4

5

17-11

11- 0

Apr 19 * Presentation

W 12-0

12-11- 0 / 0-3-1

5

18-11

12- 0

Jenkins (W 9-6)

35

1:10

Falk (W 7-3)

107

1:20

Apr 19 * Presentation

W 20-3

20-16-1 / 3-4-9

5

19-11

Apr 21 * Northwestern

W 8-0

8-6-0 / 0-0-3

5

20-11

13- 0

Jenkins (W 10-6)

109

1:35

14- 0

Falk (W 8-3)

89

1:13

W 8-0

8-9-1 / 0-2-0

5

21-11

15- 0

Falk (W 9-3)

31

0:53

Apr 22 * Northland

W 9-0

9-12-0 / 0-2-0

5

22-11

16- 0

Falk (W 10-3)

73

1:00

Apr 22 * Northland

W 14-2

14-17-1 / 2-4-1

5

23-11

17- 0

Jenkins (W 11-6)

-

1:27

Apr 24 * Martin Luther

W 21-0

21-23-0 / 0-4-4

5

24-11

18- 0

Falk (W 11-3)

11

1:22

Apr 24 * Bethany Lutheran

W 14-4

14-16-2 / 4-9-4

5

25-11

19- 0

Jenkins (W 12-6)

22

1:37

Apr 25 * Presentation

W 22-0

22-14-0 / 0-2-2

5

26-11

20- 0

Jenkins (W 13-6)

26

1:12

Apr 25 * Minn.-Morris

W 10-0

10-14-0 / 0-1-2

5

27-11

21- 0

Falk (W 12-3)

15

0:50

W 4-3

4-9-1 / 3-8-1

7

28-11

Falk (W 13-3)

115

1:42

Apr 27 Gustavus Adolphus Apr 27 Gustavus Adolphus

1-9 L

1-3-6 / 9-9-1

5

28-12

Jenkins (L 13-7)

-

1:15

9-12-2 / 1-4-0

5

29-12

Jenkins (W 14-7)

26

1:07

W 7-4

7-8-1 / 4-5-2

7

30-12

Falk (W 14-3)

27

1:32

W 9-1

9-11-0 / 1-3-1

5

31-12

Falk (W 15-3)

53

1:11

May 1 & Minn.-Morris

W 9-1

May 1 & Northland May 2 & Northwestern

Inning-by-Inning Scoring: Saints Opponents

1 90 30

2 67 17

3 77 20

4 59 28

5 6 46 7 11 16

7 5 3

8 Total 0 351 1 126

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* = Conference game | Home Game | Neutral Site | (#) Extra Innings & = UMAC Tournament (Mankato, Minn.)| + = Irish Dome (Rosemount, Minn.) ^ = Finlandia Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) % = Spring Classic (Dallas, Texas)

2009 Season Review - Game-by-Game Results

Apr 21 * vs. Crown

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St. Scholastica Saints

2009 Individual Statistics

Batting (min. 1 game/sorted by Avg.) # Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 6 Theresa Tauer .487 42-42 115 30 56 13 2 9 47 100 13 Brynn Wollak .461 30-27 76 31 35 9 3 6 35 68 20 Michaela Carlson .433 37-37 97 36 42 1 2 1 23 50 12 Kristin Swartz .383 43-43 120 36 46 9 7 6 37 87 5 Chelsey Weiss .363 41-41 113 37 41 2 1 0 13 45 2 Merryssa Tiedeman .361 40-34 108 29 39 9 0 4 26 60 3 Betsy Wehseler .357 35-16 56 19 20 3 1 1 16 28 11 Robin Lake .351 40-37 74 23 26 2 2 2 16 38 4 Mary Jo McNamee .349 27-15 43 11 15 1 2 1 14 23 9 Jena Diercyk .327 27-19 55 18 18 6 0 1 16 27 19 Erika Solin .327 40-40 98 29 32 8 2 0 22 44 7 Mya Gordon .319 33-26 72 18 23 5 0 0 12 28 1 Jen Falk .259 13-8 27 5 7 5 0 0 7 12 22 Kali Carlson .231 29-10 39 15 9 0 0 0 4 9 21 Sam Quenette .214 25-1 14 11 3 0 0 0 5 3 18 Jenn Shaw .571 9-0 7 1 4 0 0 0 3 4 10 Kayla Jenkins .375 7-4 8 2 3 0 0 0 2 3 Totals .373 43-43 1122 351 419 73 22 31 298 629 Opponents .247 43-43 940 126 232 27 6 7 104 292 LOB - Team (243), Opp (196); Picked off – Dieryck (2), Weiss (1), McNamee (1) Pitching (min. one app/sorted by ERA) # Player ERA W-L 18 Jenn Shaw 1.62 0-0

1 Jen Falk

APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV 7 0 0 0/3 0

H 9

R ER BB K 2 2 1 5

1

104.0

68

35 32

108.0 124 67 35

15-3

20 19 14

2.27

14-7

21 20 17

1/2

0

4 Mary Jo McNamee 5.35

2-2

4

3

0/0

0

4

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 11 0 9 0 .528 1 0 2-2 10 2 9 0 .534 0 0 11-11 10 2 15 1 .478 4 0 2-3 11 1 20 0 .430 3 0 3-3 12 2 25 0 .426 2 3 18-23 6 1 20 0 .400 0 0 3-3 5 0 4 1 .403 1 1 2-2 10 1 16 0 .425 2 1 8-8 5 1 6 0 .429 0 0 0-1 7 0 18 0 .403 0 1 1-1 19 1 4 0 .441 0 1 9-9 5 0 12 0 .359 1 0 2-2 1 0 6 0 .286 0 0 1-1 4 1 8 0 .318 0 0 4-6 5 0 4 0 .421 0 0 3-30 1 0 1 0 .556 1 0 0-0 1 0 2 0 .444 0 1 0-0 123 12 179 2 .436 15 8 69-78 64 9 205 3 .299 7 18 20-25

IP 8.2

2.15

10 Kayla Jenkins

6/3

Slg% .870 .895 .515 .725 .398 .556 .500 .514 .535 .491 .449 .389 .444 .231 .214 .571 .375 .561 .311

18.1

31

22 14

2B 3B HR AB BAA WP HBP SFA 1 0 0 35 .257 1 0 1

32 135 10

1

3

374

5

2

8

25

62

11

4

3

448

.277

13

3

3

7

6

3

5

1

1

83

.373

5

1

1

3

64 205 27

6

7

940

Totals

2.43

31-12

43 43 34

11/4

1

239.0 232 126 83

.247

31

9

7

18

8.50

12-31

43 43 22

6/2

0

229.0 419 351 278 123 179 73 22 31 1122 .373

45

12

15

8

SBA/ATT: Lake (19-22), Jenkins (12-16), Falk (4-5), McNamee (4-4), Wollak (1-2).

2009 Season Review - Statistics

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Opponents

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.182

SHA 0

Fielding (Min. one chance/sorted by Fld%) # Player C PO A E 13 Brynn Wollak 51 49 2 0 1 Jen Falk 13 1 12 0 22 Kali Carlson 9 8 1 0 21 Sam Quenette 2 2 0 0 18 Jenn Shaw 1 0 1 0 11 Robin Lake 187 162 22 3 7 Mya Gordon 172 159 7 6 9 Jena Diercyk 130 123 2 5 12 Kristin Swartz 114 53 56 5 20 Michaela Carlson 22 19 2 1 3 Betsy Wehseler 13 9 3 1 19 Erika Solin 137 43 81 13 4 Mary Jo McNamee 63 15 42 6 6 Theresa Tauer 71 23 41 7 10 Kayla Jenkins 57 5 46 6 5 Chelsey Weiss 38 27 7 4 2 Merryssa Tiedeman 28 19 6 3 Totals 1108 717 331 60 Opponents 1072 687 292 93 DPs turned - Team (7), Opp (8). Pickoffs: CSS 3, Opp. 4; Lake (2), Jenkins (1).

Fld% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .984 .965 .962 .956 .955 .923 .905 .905 .901 .895 .895 .893 .946 .913

DPs SBA CSB SB% 0 1 1 .500 0 4 1 .800 1 0 0 0 19 3 .864 2 3 0 0 --- 3 0 0 4 1 4 0 1.00 0 1 12 4 750 1 0 7 20 5 .800 8 69 9 .885

PB 3

15 1

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Softball 2010 2009 Record When‌

Overall vs. UMAC (Overall) vs. UMAC (Regular Season) vs. WIAC vs. MIAC vs. Other Home Away Neutral 1-Run Games 2-Run Games 5+Run Games Extra Innings Shutouts

31-12 24-0 21-0 2-4 1-1 4-7 5-1 9-3 17-8 2-4 1-0 26-8 0-1 11-6

Monday Games Tuesday Games Wednesday Games Thursday Games Friday Games Saturday Games Sunday Games Day Games Night Games (5 p.m. or later)

3-1 5-0 0-0 5-1 9-1 5-4 4-5 30-11 1-1

vs. LHP vs. RHP

5-1 26-11 7-8 19-1 5-3

CSS earns more base hits Opponent earns more hits Hits are equal

30-2 0-10 1-0

CSS leaves more on base (LOB) Opponent has more LOB Players LOB are equal

23-2 5-7 3-3

CSS pitches more strikeouts Opponent pitches more K’s Strikeouts are equal

23-0 6-12 2-0

CSS has more total bases Opponent more TB Total bases are equal

30-2 0-10 1-0

CSS has more sacrifice bunts Opponent has more sac bunts Sacrifice bunts are equal

2-1 10-5 19-6

CSS has more sacrifice flies Opponent has more sac flies Sacrifice flies are equal

8-1 3-2 20-9

CSS takes more walks Opponent takes more walks Walks are equal

25-3 4-8 2-1

CSS slugs more extra-base hits Opponent slugs more XBH Extra base hits are equal

28-2 1-5 2-5

CSS bats in more runs (RBIs) Opponent has more RBIs RBIs are equal

31-0 0-10 0-2

CSS allows more earned runs Opponent allows more earned runs Earned runs are equal

1-10 30-0 0-2

CSS allows more unearned runs Opp. allows more unearned runs Unearned runs are equal CSS turns more double plays Opponent turns more double plays Double plays are equal

3-8 20-0 8-4 2-1 3-2 26-9

Walk-off Wins Walk-off Lossess

0 2

Batting At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sacrifice bunts: Sacrifice flies: Stolen bases: Caught stealing: Hit by pitch: Runners LOB: Hit into DP:

51.................................................................vs. Crown (Apr 7) 29.................................................................vs. Crown (Apr 7) 28.................................................................vs. Crown (Apr 7) 29.................................................................vs. Crown (Apr 7) 9..................................................................vs. Crown (Apr 7) 3...................................................vs. Martin Luther (Apr 24) 3..................................................................vs. Crown (Apr 7) 4.................................................... vs. Northwestern (May 2) 39.................................................................vs. Crown (Apr 7) 12.....................................................vs. Presentation (Apr 25) 11........................................vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (Mar 14) 11............................................... vs. Univ. of Dallas (Mar 14) 1.......................................................................... (8 occasions) 3................................................... vs. Minn.-Morris (Apr 18) 3............................................ vs. Bethany Lutheran (Apr 10) 6............................................ vs. Bethany Lutheran (Apr 10) 1.................................................................... (nine occasions) 2.............................................................vs. Simpson (Feb 28) 2......................................................vs. Presentation (Apr 25) 9..................................................................vs. Crown (Apr 7) 2......................................................... vs. Wis.-Stout (Feb 20)

Fielding Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls: DPs turned:

23........................................vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (Mar 14) 16............................................................... vs. Marian (Mar 1) 6..........................................vs. Gustavus Adolphus (Apr 27) 5............................................... vs. Wis.-Eau Claire (Mar 29) 2.................................................................. vs. Hope (Feb 28) 2............................................ vs. Bethany Lutheran (Apr 10)

Pitching Innings pitched: Strikeouts: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

7.2........................................vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (Mar 14) 14.................................................. vs. Northwestern (Apr 21) 3 ............................................................vs. Simpson (Feb 28) 3.........................................vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (Mar 14) 2................................................vs. Wis.-Eau Claire (Apr 16)

2009 Individual Game Highs Batting At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sacrifice bunts: Sacrifice flies: Stolen bases: Hit by pitch: Caught stealing: Runners LOB:

6..............................Merryssa Tiedeman vs. Crown (Apr 7) 5..............................Merryssa Tiedeman vs. Crown (Apr 7) 4..............................Merryssa Tiedeman vs. Crown (Apr 7) 4............ Michaela Carlson vs. Bethany Lutheran (Apr 24) 4.................. Chelsey Weiss vs. Bethany Lutheran (Apr 24) 6...........................Theresa Tauer vs. Minn.-Morris (May 1) 2....................................................................... (six occasions) 2........................................... Erika Solin vs. Crown (Apr 07) 2...........................Theresa Tauer vs. Minn.-Morris (May 1) 2.................Merryssa Tiedeman vs. Northwestern (May 2) 10................Merryssa Tiedeman vs. Northwestern (May 2) 2........................................................................ (14 occasions) 3............... Mary Jo McNamee vs. Univ. of Dallas (Mar 14) 1.......................................................................... (8 occasions) 2................... Michaela Carlson vs. Minn.-Morris (Apr 18) 2........................................................................ (11 occasions) 2...................................Chelsey Weiss vs. Simpson (Feb 28) 1.......................................................................... (9 occasions) 4.......................................................................... (5 occasions)

Fielding Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls:

14 ............... Jena Dieryck vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (Mar 14) 14............................. Robin Lake vs. Northwestern (Apr 21) 7..............................................Erika Solin vs. Hope (Feb 28) 3.......... Mary Jo McNamee vs. Bethany Lutheran (Apr 10) 3.................Kayla Jenkins vs. Gustavus Adolphus (Apr 27) 5.......................... Robin Lake vs. Wis.-Eau Claire (Mar 29)

Pitching Innings pitched: Strikeouts: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

7.2............... Kayla Jenkins vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (Mar 14) 14................................... Jen Falk vs. Northwestern (Apr 21) 3..............................................Jen Falk vs. Simpson (Feb 28) 3.......Mary Jo McNamee vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (Mar 14) 2.................................Jen Falk vs. Wis.-Eau Claire (Apr 16)

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2009 Season Review - Statistics

CSS commits more errors Opponent commits more errors Errors are equal

2009 Team Game Highs

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St. Scholastica Saints Offensive Batting Average Theresa Tauer Brynn Wollak Michaela Carlson

BA .487 .461 .433

Defensive Chances Robin Lake Mya Gordon Erika Solin

C 187 172 137

SLG% .895 .870 .725

Putouts Robin Lake Mya Gordon Jena Dieryck

PO 162 159 123

OBP .534 .528 .478

Assists Erika Solin Kristin Swartz Kayla Jenkins

A 81 56 46

Hits Theresa Tauer Kristin Swartz Michaela Carlson

H 56 46 42

Errors Erika Solin Theresa Tauer (3 tied)

E 13 7 6

Runs Scored Chelsey Weiss Michaela Carlson Kristin Swartz

R 37 36 36

Double Plays (Fielding) Erika Solin Jena Dieryck Kristin Swartz

Slugging Brynn Wollak Theresa Tauer Kristin Swartz On-Base Percentage Brynn Wollak Theresa Tauer Michaela Carlson

2009 Season Review - Statistics

Runs Batted In Theresa Tauer Kristin Swartz Brynn Wollak

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Multi-Hit Games

Statistical Category Leaders

RBI 47 37 35

Doubles Theresa Tauer Brynn Wollak Merryssa Tiedeman Kristin Swartz

2B 13 9 9 9

Triples Kristin Swartz Brynn Wollak (5 tied)

3B 7 3 2

Home Runs Theresa Tauer Brynn Wollak Kristin Swartz

DP 4 3 3

Pitching Starts Kayla Jenkins Jen Falk Mary Jo McNamee

GS 20 19 4

Appearances Kayla Jenkins Jen Falk Jenn Shaw

G 21 20 7

Earned Run Average Jenn Shaw Jen Falk Kayla Jenkins

ERA 1.62 2.15 2.27

HR 9 6 6

Opposing Batting Avg. Jen Falk Jenn Shaw Kayla Jenkins

BAA .182 .257 .277

Walks Erika Solin Chelsey Weiss Theresa Tauer Kristin Swartz

BB 19 12 11 11

Win-Loss Percentage Jen Falk Kayla Jenkins Mary Jo McNamee

W-L % .833 .667 .500

Stolen Bases Chelsey Weiss Brynn Wollak Erika Solin

SB 18 11 9

Caught Stealing Chelsey Weiss Kali Carlson (7 tied)

CS 5 2 1

Innings Pitched Kayla Jenkins Jen Falk Mary Jo McNamee Baserunners Allowed Per Inning Jen Falk Jenn Shaw Kayla Jenkins

IP 108.0 104.0 18.1 WHIP 0.96 1.15 1.38

Steal Attempts Chelsey Weiss Brynn Wollak Erika Solin

SBA 120 11 9

Strikeouts (Batting) Chelsey Weiss Merryssa Tiedeman Kristin Swartz Plate Appearances Kristin Swartz Chelsey Weiss Theresa Tauer

K 25 20 20 PA 135 132 127

Strikeouts (Total) Jen Falk Kayla Jenkins Jenn Shaw Strikeouts (Looking) Jen Falk Kayla Jenkins Perfect Games Jen Falk

K 135 62 5 K 38 12 1

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Theresa Tauer Kristin Swartz Brynn Wollak Michaela Carlson Chelsey Weiss Merryssa Tiedeman Erika Solin Robin Lake Betsy Wehseler Jena Dieryck Mya Gordon Mary Jo McNamee Jen Falk Kali Carlson Totals

2 15 12 12 6 8 6 5 6 6 3 4 2 1 1 87

3 4 2 1 4 2 2 2 1 - 1 - 1 1 - 21

4 - - - 1 1 1 - - - - - - - - 3

Multi-RBI Games

Theresa Tauer Kristin Swartz Brynn Wollak Merryssa Tiedeman Michaela Carlson Jena Dieryck Robin Lake Mary Jo McNamee Erika Solin Betsy Wehseler Mya Gordon Sam Quenette Jen Falk Chelsey Weiss

2 8 12 6 4 4 2 4 3 3 3 3 2 - 1

Theresa Tauer

3 4 1 4 3 1 - - 1 - - - - - -

4 1 - 2 1 - 2 - - - 1 - - - -

5+ Total - 19 - 14 - 13 - 11 - 11 - 9 - 7 - 7 - 6 - 4 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 2 - 112 5+ Total 1 14 - 13 - 12 - 8 - 5 - 4 - 4 - 4 1 4 - 4 - 3 - 2 1 1 - 1


Softball 2010

Saints Softball Through the Years..... National Tournaments (2) NCAA - 2006 NAIA - 2004 District/Regional Bids (11) NCAA - 2006 NAIA - 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 (Runners-up), 2004 NAIA Region Champions (1) 2004 Conference Championships (12) 1988, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 Conference Tournament Championships (13) 1986, 1988, 1989, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 Year by Year Records

Year Overall Conf. Finish Percent Postseason Coach 1984........................ 9-12................................. 3-7..........................4th......................... .429................................................................ Bill Ross 1985........................ 11-7................................. 6-4..........................NA......................... .611................................................................ Bill Ross 1986........................ 13-8................................. 9-2..........................2nd........................ .619................................................................ Bill Ross 1987........................ 12-14............................... 5-5..........................3rd......................... .462................................................................ Bill Ross 1988........................ 19-14............................... 9-3..........................1st.......................... .576................................................................ Bill Ross 1989........................ 15-13............................... 3-3..........................5th......................... .536................................................................ Bill Ross 1990........................ 17-16............................... 6-2..........................NA......................... .515................................................................ Bill Ross 1991........................ 15-11............................... NA..........................NA......................... .577................................................................ Bill Ross 1992........................ 10-14............................... NA..........................NA......................... .417.......................................................... Tricia Lasky 1993........................ 3-14................................. NA..........................NA......................... .176.......................................................... Tricia Lasky 1994........................ 14-17............................... NA..........................NA......................... .452.......................................................... Tricia Lasky 1995........................ 8-24................................. NA..........................NA......................... .250.......................................................... Tricia Lasky 1996........................ 7-19................................. NA..........................NA......................... .269.........................................................Dina Kangas 1997........................ 25-24............................... 6-0..........................1st.......................... .510........................2-2...........................Dina Kangas 1998........................ 24-25............................... 2-4..........................3rd......................... .490................................................Shawna Davidson 1999........................ 18-27............................... 7-1..........................1st (tie).................. .400........................1-2..................Shawna Davidson 2000........................ 20-19............................... 6-0..........................1st.......................... .513........................3-2............................... Jen Walter 2001........................ 21-23............................... 7-1..........................1st.......................... .477........................3-4............................... Jen Walter 2002........................ 18-22............................... 8-0..........................1st.......................... .450........................4-3............................... Jen Walter 2003........................ 30-14............................... 10-0........................1st.......................... .682........................6-2............................... Jen Walter 2004........................ 40-8................................. 11-1........................1st.......................... .833........................7-2............................... Jen Walter 2005........................ 34-7................................. 14-0........................1st.......................... .829........................3-0............................... Jen Walter 2006........................ 37-9................................. 14-0........................1st.......................... .804........................4-2............................... Jen Walter 2007........................ 25-16............................... 13-1........................1st.......................... .610........................3-0............................... Jen Walter 2008........................ 19-21............................... 16-5........................3rd......................... .762........................2-2............................... Jen Walter 2009........................ 31-12............................... 21-0........................1st.......................... .721........................3-0............................... Jen Walter Overall.............. 495-410 (.547).............176-39 (.819)

National Rankings

Jen Walter (2000-Present) 10 years............................................................................... 275-151 (.646) Shawna Davidson (1998-99) 2 years..................................................................................... 42-52 (.447) Dina Kangas (1996-97) 2 years..................................................................................... 35-69 (.427) Tricia Lasky (1992-95) 4 years..................................................................................... 35-69 (.337) Bill Ross (1984-91) 8 years................................................................................... 111-95 (.539)

2005 NFCA Division III Poll April 27 32nd May 4 25th

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2006 NFCA Division III Poll Pre-Season 23rd March 29 18th April 12 16th April 26 23rd May 10 21st Final 21st

Program History - Coach Records

Coaches Records

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St. Scholastica Saints HONORS AND AWARDS NFCA DIII All-American 2007.......Rilee Dawson - 2nd team 2006.......Laura Heise - 1st team 2006.......Erica Bond - 3rd team NFCA NAIA All-American 2004 ......Laura Heise – 2nd team NAIA All-American 2004 ......Laura Heise – 1st team NAIA All-Tournament Team 2004 ......Laura Heise NFCA All-Region 2009.......Kristin Swartz – 2nd team 2009.......Theresa Tauer – 2nd team 2008.......Michaela Carlson – 2nd team 2007.......Rilee Dawson – 1st team 2007.......Erica Kozacek – 1st team 2006.......Erica Bond – 1st team 2006.......Laura Heise - 1st team 2006 ......Kristi Erickson - 2nd team 2004 ......Kristi Erickson – 1st team 2004 ......Missy Erickson – 1st team 2004 ......Laura Heise – 1st team 2004 ......Jen Vancura – 1st team 2003 ......Mara Anderson–1st team 2003 ......Kristi Erickson – 1st team 2003 ......Laura Heise – 1st team 2003 ......Jen Vancura – 1st team 2002 ......Veronica Giesen–2nd team NCAA Midwest Region All-Tourn. 2006.......Laura Heise - 1st team

Program History - Regional & National Awards

NAIA All-District 1995.......Steph Sklors 1994 ......Meghan Chandler 1993 ......Steph Sklors 1991 ......Sue Van Loon 1991 ......Mary Day 1990 ......Sue Van Loon 1990 ......Mary Day 1990 ......Pam Latterell 1989 ......Sue Van Loon 1989 ......Pam Latterell 1988 ......Pam Latterell

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NAIA All-Region 2004 ......Kristi Erickson 2004 ......Laura Heise 2004.......Jen Vancura 2003 ......Mara Anderson 2003 ......Kristi Erickson 2003 ......Laura Heise 2003 ......Jen Vancura 2002.......Azur Buczynski 2002 ......Veronica Giesen 2002 ......Jen Vancura 2001 ......Keely Behning 2001 ......Abbie Feldt 2001 ......Chris Lorentz 2000 ......Keely Behning 2000 ......Abbie Feldt 1999 ......Chris Lorentz NAIA Region Player of the Year 2004 ......Laura Heise MWCC All-Conference 1989 ......Cathy Gillach 1989 ......Pam Latterell 1989 ......Mary Jo Sobieck 1989 ......Sue Van Loon 1988 ......Lisa Bylkas 1988 ......Sheila Iverson 1988 ......Stephanie Smrekar 1985.......Lori Glumac 1985.......Sheila Iverson 1984.......Cookie Crim MWCC All-Tournament Team 1988 ......Lisa Bylkas 1988 ......Ann Janson 1988 ......Pam Latterell 1986 ......Robin Anderson 1986 ......Sheila Iverson 1986 ......Stephanie Smrekar 1986 ......Audrey Webster 1985.......Sheila Iverson

UMAC All-Conference 2009.......Jen Falk 2009.......Kayla Jenkins 2009.......Theresa Tauer 2009.......Kristin Swartz 2009.......Brynn Wollak 2009.......Michaela Carlson - HM 2009.......Chelsey Weiss - HM 2008.......Michaela Carlson 2008.......Kayla Jenkins 2008.......Kayla Kahilainen 2008.......Chelsey Weiss - HM 2007.......Rilee Dawson 2007.......Gina Garramone 2007.......Erica Kozacek 2007.......Katie Brown - HM 2007.......Chelsey Weiss - HM 2006.......Erica Bond 2006.......Rilee Dawson 2006.......Kristi Erickson 2006.......Laura Heise 2006.......Andrea Thomas 2006.......Joann Juten - HM 2005 ......Rilee Dawson 2005 ......Kristi Erickson 2005 ......Laura Heise 2005 ......Paula Madden 2005.......Sara Kneisl - HM 2005 ......Jody Yurczyk - HM 2004 ......Kristi Erickson 2004 ......Missy Erickson 2004.......Laura Heise 2004 ......Diana Steffen 2004.......Jen Vancura 2004 ......Andrea Thomas - HM 2003 ......Mara Anderson 2003 ......Kristi Erickson 2003 ......Laura Heise 2003 ......Diana Steffen 2003 ......Jen Vancura 2003 ......Kelsey Hedlund - HM 2003 ......Sara Kneisl - HM 2003 ......Paula Madden - HM 2003 ......Andrea Thomas - HM 2002 ......Mary Ammann 2002 ......Mara Anderson 2002 ......Azur Buczynski 2002 ......Lindsay Fisher 2002 ......Veronica Giesen 2002 ......Kelly Klun 2002 ......Jen Vancura 2002 ......Angie Mergen - HM 2001 ......Keely Behning 2001 ......Azur Buczynski 2001 ......Abbie Feldt 2001 ......Kelsey Hedlund 2001 ......Chris Lorentz 2001 ......Amy Johnson - HM 2001 ......April Makowski - HM 2000 ......Keely Behning 2000 ......Jess Melchior 2000 ......Rachel Mitton 2000 ......Abbie Feldt 2000 ......Veronica Giesen 2000 ......Azur Buczynski - HM 2000 ......Laura Brueggemeier - HM 2000 ......Steph Halverson - HM 1999 ......Dory Pohl 1999 ......Chris Lorentz 1999 ......Steph Halverson 1999 ......Azur Buczynski 1999 ......Laura Brueggemeier - HM 1999 ......Veronica Giesen - HM 1999 ......Cyndi Hull - HM 1998 ......Chris Lorentz 1998 ......Jen Varda - HM 1998 ......Kristine Zenk - HM 1997 ......Chris Lorentz 1997 ......Jen Mertz 1997 ......Stef Pollard 1997 ......Jen Varda 1997 ......Kristin Bergman - HM 1997 ......Laura Brueggemeier - HM 1997 ......Dory Pohl - HM

UMAC All-Defensive Team 2009.......Kristin Swartz (2B) 2008.......Katie Brown (C) 2008.......Robin Lake (1B) 2008.......Kristin Swartz (2B) 2007.......Rilee Dawson (1B) 2007.......Kristin Swartz (2B) 2007.......Chelsey Weiss (OF) 2006 ......Sara Kneisl (3B) 2006.......Andrea Thomas (SS) 2005 ......Kelly Cordie (C) 2005 ......Sara Kneisl (3B) 2005 ......Andrea Thomas (SS) UMAC Player of the Year 2009.......Kristin Swartz 2007.......Rilee Dawson 2006 ......Laura Heise 2005 ......Laura Heise 2004 ......Laura Heise 2003.......Laura Heise 2002 ......Veronica Giesen UMAC Coach of the Year 2009.......Jen Walter 2004 ......Jen Walter 2003 ......Jen Walter 2002 ......Jen Walter 2001 ......Jen Walter 1997 ......Dina Kangas NAIA Scholar Athlete (Also known as NAIA Academic All-American, prior to 2001) 2004 ......Diana Steffen 2002 ......Veronica Giesen 2001 ......Keely Behning 2001 ......Chris Lorentz 1999 ......Chris Lorentz 1999 ......Laura Brueggemeier 1999 ......Dory Pohl 1995 ......Carole Zanardi 1994 ......Carole Zanardi 1992.......Pam Prahm 1991.......Dawn Gillick 1991.......Cath Gillach UMAC Academic All-Conference 2009.......Robin Lake 2009.......Michaela Carlson 2009.......Kristin Swartz 2009.......Betsy Wehseler 2008.......Katie Brown 2008.......Robin Lake 2008.......Kristin Swartz 2008.......Kelly Splonskowski 2008.......Gina Garramone 2008.......Kayla Kahilainen 2007.......Katie Brown 2007.......Gina Garramone 2007.......Amy Jansen 2007.......Kayla Kahilainen 2007.......Robin Lake 2007 ......Katelyn Wood 2006.......Katie Brown 2006.......Kelly Cordie 2006.......Rilee Dawson 2006.......Kristi Erickson 2006.......Sara Kneisl 2006.......Kristine Peterson 2006.......Andrea Thomas 2006.......Jody Yurczyk 2005 ......Kristi Erickson 2005 ......Sara Kneisl 2005 ......Andrea Thomas 2005.......Jody Yurczyk 2004 ......Kristi Erickson 2004 ......Diana Steffen 2004 ......Andrea Thomas 2004....... Jen Vancura 2004 ......Jody Yurczyk 2003 ......Mara Anderson 2003 ......Kristi Erickson 2003 ......Kelsey Hedlund 2003 ......Kelly Klun 2003 ......Angie Mergen 2003 ......Diana Steffen

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NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete 2008.......Katie Brown 2008.......Gina Garramone 2008.......Kayla Kahilainen 2008.......Robin Lake 2008.......Kelly Splonskowski 2008.......Kristin Swartz 2008.......Betsy Wehseler 2007.......Gina Garramone 2007.......Amy Jansen 2007.......Robin Lake 2007.......Katie Brown 2007.......Katelyn Wood 2007.......Kelly Splonskowski 2007.......Kristin Swartz 2007.......Kayla Kahilainen 2006.......Katie Brown 2006.......Rilee Dawson 2006.......Kristi Erickson 2006.......Gina Garramone 2006.......Amy Jansen 2006.......Sara Kneisl 2006.......Robin Lake 2006.......Kristine Peterson 2005 ......Sara Kneisl 2005 ......Kris Peterson 2005 ......Alyssa Schroeder 2005 ......Andrea Thomas 2005 ......Jody Yurczyk 2004.......Rilee Dawson 2004 ......Kristi Erickson 2004 ......Diana Steffen 2004 ......Andrea Thomas 2004 ......Jen Vancura 2004.......Jody Yurczyk 2003 ......Mara Anderson 2003 ......Kristi Erickson 2003 ......Kelsey Hedlund 2003 ......Kelly Klun 2003 ......Angie Mergen 2003 ......Diana Steffen 2002 ......Azur Buczynski 2002.......Lindsay Fisher 2002 ......Veronica Giesen 2002 ......Diana Steffen 2001 ......Keely Behning 2001.......Chris Lorentz 2001 ......Diana Steffen NFCA All-Academic Team 2001.......9th place 2003.......16th 2004.......23rd 2005.......22nd 2006.......22nd 2007.......15th

Diana Steffen (2001-04) was a four-time NFCA AllAmerican Scholar Athlete.


Softball 2010 TEAM RECORDS

CENTURY CLUB

Games Played...................................49........................................................1997, 1998 Most Wins........................................40.................................................................. 2004 Most Losses......................................27.................................................................. 1999 Fewest Losses...................................7..........................................................1985, 2005 Best Win-Loss Pct............................833 (40-8)................................................... 2004 Longest Winning Streak.................17.................................. Apr. 18 – May 11, 2006 Longest Losing Streak.....................11........................................................1999, 2008 Most Home Wins............................9 (9-1)................................................1997, 2008 Most Home Losses..........................5 (8-5).......................................................... 2001 Longest Game..................................13......................vs. Science and Arts-OK, 2004 Largest Margin in Victory..............31................... vs. Presentation (W 33-2), 2003 Largest Margin of Defeat................17................vs. St. Bonaventure (L 17-0), 1997 Most Runs by an Opponent...........17................vs. St. Bonaventure (L 17-0), 1997 Most Runs, Combined....................35................... vs. Presentation (W 33-2), 2003

Hits 209 217 189 152 144 131 127 136 127 120 119 117 116 110 107 107 106 105

Chris Lorentz (97-99, 01) Laura Heise (03-06) Kristi Erickson (03-06) Jen Vancura (01-04) Laura Brueggemeier (97-00) Chelsey Weiss (06-09) Andrea Thomas (03-06) Veronica Giesen (99-00, 01) Kelly Cordie (03-06) Dory Pohl (96-99) Michaela Carlson (07-09) Paula Madden (03-06) Rachel Mitton (96-98, 00) Sara Kneisl (03-06) Jody Yurczyk (03-06) Stef Halverson (98-00) Erica Kozacek (06-07) Rilee Dawson (04-07)

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Runs Scored.................................351.........................................................2009 Hits....................................................427................................................................ 2006 Batting Average............................373........................................................2009 Doubles.............................................85.................................................................. 2006 Triples................................................22............................................................ 1998, 99 Home Runs.......................................33.................................................................. 2006 Slugging Percentage.....................561........................................................2009 Stolen Bases......................................91.................................................................. 2003 Fewest Errors....................................49.................................................................. 2006 Fielding Percentage..........................960............................................................... 2006 Earned Run Average.......................1.03............................................................... 2004 Strikeouts..........................................408................................................................ 2006 Opponent Batting Average..............176............................................................... 2004

Runs 175 136 142 121 122 118 110

RBI SB 119 110 151 116

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TEAM SINGLE GAME RECORDS

Hitting At Bats..........................................51.......................................... Crown, 4/7/09 Runs Scored......................................33.................................... Presentation, 3/30/03 Hits..............................................28........................................... Crown, 4/7/09 Doubles........................................9............................................ Crown, 4/7/09 Triples................................................4................................................. Multiple Times Home Runs.......................................5............................. Bethany Lutheran, 4/27/07 Runs Batted In.................................30...................................... Mt. Senario, 4/21/97 Stolen Bases......................................12........................... Bethany Lutheran, 4/15/08 Stolen Base Attempts.......................12............................Bethany Lutheran, 4/15/08 Sacrifices...........................................5................................................ Viterbo, 4/19/97 Martin Luther, 4/28/97 Hit by Pitch.......................................4..................................... Northwestern, 4/27/97 Mt. Senario, 4/27/99 Strikeouts..........................................18................................. Science & Arts, 5/22/04 Walks.................................................17..................................... Presentation, 3/20/03 Fielding Chances.............................................50................................ St. Mary’s (NE), 3/11/03 Putouts..............................................39......................Science & Arts (OK), 5/22/04) Assists................................................20.................................. UW-LaCrosse, 4/18/97 Errors................................................8............................................ St. Thomas, 4/5/97 Caught Stealing By..........................3.................................................................. Twice Stolen Bases Against........................7................................... UW-Platteville, 3/30/96

Chris Lorentz (1997-99, 01) is the only member of the Saints Century Club to record more than 100 hits, runs, runs batted in and stolen bases

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAMS STATS Year

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

---------------------------------------OFFENSIVE------------------------------------- -DEFENSIVE- -----------------------PITCHING---------------------GP BA H R 2B 3B HR RBI SLG% OBA% SB SB% E FA ERA OPP H OPP R ER BB K OPPBA 26 49 49 45 39 44 40 44 48 41 46 41 40 43

.238 .304 .274 .296 .296 .280 .299 .303 .316 .336 .339 .318 .333 .373

151 353 348 338 315 327 323 354 418 377 427 350 366 419

94 281 231 243 206 202 196 234 281 243 337 243 286 351

11 43 54 56 52 60 53 53 72 71 85 47 53 73

5 15 22 22 15 20 13 6 11 8 13 11 17 21

3 6 8 4 2 9 7 18 29 15 33 21 13 31

97 276 181 177 159 159 165 193 248 206 285 207 247 298

.333 .383 .370 .394 .379 .388 .391 .405 .453 .454 .506 .438 .447 .561

NA .417 .348 .403 .365 .338 .363 .372 .384 .399 .410 .393 .412 .436

43 74 77 45 65 92 78 78 81 75 83 79 38 69

.915 .902 .811 .918 .855 .851 .796 .765 .800 .714 .798 .814 .463 .885

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85 120 126 142 100 80 67 68 67 58 49 74 62 60

.887 .914 .917 .895 .918 .939 .942 .947 .949 .948 .960 .936 .947 .946

3.70 2.90 5.30 4.33 3.19 3.03 3.58 1.67 1.03 1.53 1.28 2.13 4.01 2.43

219 354 298 362 291 358 304 220 203 185 195 227 271 232

184 244 263 243 195 200 190 110 88 81 87 135 186 126

84 125 181 162 116 127 126 69 47 57 53 80 138 83

76 114 162 119 97 82 99 80 70 55 62 76 100 64

77 118 150 95 91 117 127 288 396 304 408 274 137 205

.306 .279 .234 .296 .270 .300 .295 .204 .176 .191 .185 .223 .270 .247

Program History - Team Records/Century Club

Pitching Innings Pitched................................13....................... Science & Arts (OK), 5/22/04 Hits Allowed.....................................18..................................St. Bonaventure, 3/3/97 UW-Platteville, 3/30/96 Home Runs Allowed.......................4............................. Gustavus Adolphus, 3/4/07 Strikeouts (7 inning).......................16.........................................Northland, 4/17/05 Strikeouts (11 innings)...................19..................................Howard Payne, 3/18/06 Walks.................................................21............................................Neumann, 3/6/98

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Offensive

Pitching

Defensive

Games Played Career........183................Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season........49................................ Rachel Mitton, 1998 Batting Average Career....... .456............................. Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season...... .518.................................. Laura Heise, 2005 At Bats Career........551................Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season.......160..............................Kristi Erickson, 2004 Game...........6........................................ Multiple players Runs Scored Career . .....175................Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season........50................................. Chris Lorentz, 1997 Game...........6..............Veronica Giesen v. NC, 4/13/00 Hits Career........217..............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season........64...............................Kristi Erickson, 2004 Game...........5.............Kristi Erickson vs Pres., 4/23/04 Rachel Mitton v. Cornell, 3/29/96 Jody Pues v. Northland, 4/13/00 Doubles Career.........48...............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season........17.................................... Laura Heise, 2005 Game...........3.............. Mary Ammann v. MLC, 5/3/02 Veronica Giesen v. Northwestern, 4/18/00 Triples Career.........18.................Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season.........9.................................Keely Behning, 2001 Game...........2...........................................Several players Home Runs Career.........30...............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season........11.................................... Laura Heise, 2004 Game...........3.................Rilee Dawson v. BLC, 4/27/07 Runs Batted In Career........151..............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season........51................................. Rilee Dawson, 2007 Game...........8............ Kayla Kahilainen v. MLC, 4/28/05 Slugging Percentage Career....... .880.................... Erica Kozacek, 2005-2007 Season...... .932.............................. Erica Kozacek, 2007 Stolen Bases Career........109................Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season........32.......................Chris Lorentz, 1997, 1998 Game...........5................Keely Behning v. MLC, 5/5/00 Stolen Base Attempts Career........121................Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season........37................................Keely Behning, 2001 Game...........5................Keely Behning v. MLC, 5/5/00 Stolen Base Percentage Career....... .901...............Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season...... .955............................... Chris Lorentz, 2001 Sacrifices Career.........37................ Laura Brueggemeier, 1997-00 Season........18........................................ Jen Mertz, 1997 Hit by Pitch Career . ......15.................Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season........10................................. Chris Lorentz, 1997 Game...........2........................................... Multiple times Hardest to Strike Out Season.......2 in 132 at bats................. Abbie Feldt, 2001 Walks Career.........89.................Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season .......36................................. Chris Lorentz, 1997 Game...........4............ Courtney King v. Mt Senario, 4/21/97 Chris Lorentz v. Mt Senario, 4/17/97 Longest Hitting Streak Career.........16................ Laura Heise, 3/12/04-4/17/04

Innings Pitched Career . ...... 732.1......................... Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season........ 240.1................................... Jen Varda, 1998 Game ............13.............Laura Heise v. S&A(OK), 5/22/04 Wins Career . .........95............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season ..........29................................. Laura Heise, 2004 Losses Career . .........50.....................Azur Buczynski, 1999-02 Season ..........18...........................Azur Buczynski, 1999 Appearances Career . ........125...........................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season ..........39..................................... Jen Varda, 1998 Complete Games Career . .........90............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season ..........36..................................... Jen Varda, 1998 Starts Career . ........107...........................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season ..........38..................................... Jen Varda, 1998 Saves Career.............6.............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season ...........2..............................Keely Behning, 2001 Azur Buczynski, 2000 Rilee Dawson, 2007 Laura Heise, 2003, 2005 Strikeouts Career . .......1125..........................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season .........337................................ Laura Heise, 2004 Game (7).......16......... Laura Heise v. Northland, 4/17/05 Game (11).....19............ Laura Heise v. Howard Payne, 3/18/06 Walks Career...........167....................Azur Buczynski, 1999-02 Season...........76..................................... Jen Varda, 1997 Game ............11..........T. Klemmensen v. Neumann, 3/6/98 Earned Run Average Career.......... 0.68...........................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season......... 0.39................................ Laura Heise, 2004 Shutouts Career . .........46............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season...........15................................. Laura Heise, 2006 No Hitters Career . .........10............................Laura Heise, 2003-06 Season ...........5.................................. Laura Heise, 2004

Chances Career . .......1340...........Laura Brueggemeier, 1997-00 Season .........429............Laura Brueggemeier, 1997-00 Game............ 22............Kelly Cordie v. S&A (OK), 5/22/04 Putouts Career . .......1204...........Laura Brueggemeier, 1997-00 Season .........403............Laura Brueggemeier, 1997-00 Game............ 21............Kelly Cordie v. S&A (OK), 5/22/04 Assists Career...........492............ Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season..........137............................ Chris Lorentz, 1998 Game.............10............. Angie Mergen v. Conc. (TX), 4/13/02 Most Errors Career...........102............ Chris Lorentz, 1997-99, 2001 Season ..........37..............................Sarah Kilgour, 1999 Game ............... 5............................................Multiple Players Fielding Percentage (Min. 100 Chances) Career . ....... .992......................Paula Madden, 2003-06 Season .1.000 (164 ch.)................ Paula Madden, 2003 Most chances without error Career..............237 ...........Paula Madden, 3/10/03 – 4/15/04

Keely Behning (2000-01) holds Saints records in career triples (9) and stolen bases in a season (33).

PITCHING MILESTONES Perfect Games (3) Laura Heise (5), Diana Steffen (1)............... W 11-0 (6)...............................v. Northwestern, 4/21/04 Jenn Shaw ...................................................... W 8-0 (5)............................................. v. Crown, 4/30/08 Jen Falk.....................................................W 8-0 (5)............................v. Northwestern, 4/21/09 No Hitters (16) Kayla Jenkins.................................................. W 8-0 (5).........................v. Minnesota-Morris, 4/27/08 Kayla Jenkins.................................................. W 8-0 (5)..........................v. Bethany Lutheran, 4/25/08 Kayla Jenkins.................................................. W 12-0 (5)........................v. Bethany Lutheran, 4/15/08 Kayla Jenkins.................................................. W 8-0 (5)................................ v. Martin Luther, 4/14/08 Mary Jo McNamee........................................ W 7-0...................................... v. Martin Luther, 4/20/07 Laura Heise ................................................... W 4-0................................................v. Hamline, 4/10/06 Laura Heise ................................................... W 12-0(5)................................v. Northwestern, 4/06/06 Laura Heise ................................................... W 5-0(5).............................................. v. Morris, 4/22/05 Laura Heise ................................................... W 9-0.............................. v. University of Mary, 5/15/04 Laura Heise ................................................... W 5-0.........................................v. Northwestern, 5/8/04 Laura Heise ................................................... W 8-0(5)....................................v. Northwestern, 5/7/04 Laura Heise ................................................... W 2-0...................................... v. Martin Luther, 4/23/04 Laura Heise ................................................... W 8-3.........................................v. Morningside, 3/11/04 Laura Heise ................................................... W 3-0...............................................v. Northland, 5/2/03 Laura Heise..................................................... W 4-0..................................... v. Martin Luther, 4/26/03 Laura Heise (4), Jen Vancura (1) ................ W 10-0(5)................................v. Northwestern, 4/22/03 Consecutive Scoreless Innings..................... 64 2/3...........................Laura Heise, 4/28/04 to 5/22/04 Consecutive Hitless Innings......................... 27..................................Laura Heise, 4/28/04 to 5/14/04

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Softball 2010 SINGLE SEASON TOP FIVE Offensive

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Innings Pitched 240.1.......... Jen Varda.............................................. 1998 213.1.......... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 194............. Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 192.2.......... Laura Heise . ....................................... 2003 180.1.......... Jen Varda . ........................................... 1997 Appearances 40............... Jen Varda . ........................................... 1998 35............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 35............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 32 .............. Laura Heise.......................................... 2003 32 .............. Jen Varda.............................................. 1997 Wins 29............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 26............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 22 .............. Laura Heise . ....................................... 2003 21............... Jen Varda............................................. 1998 18 .............. Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 Losses 18 .............. Azur Buczynski .................................. 1999 17 .............. Jen Varda . ........................................... 1998 16 .............. Azur Buczynski................................... 2002 16 .............. Jen Varda.............................................. 1997 16 .............. Carole Zanardi................................... 1994 Win/Loss Percentage .879............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 .857............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 .833........... Jen Falk........................................... 2009 .815............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 .800............ Rilee Dawson....................................... 2005 Complete Games 36 .............. Jen Varda.............................................. 1998 29............... Jen Varda.............................................. 1997 26............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 26............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 25 .............. Azur Buczynski .................................. 1999 Starts 38 .............. Jen Varda . ........................................... 1998 30............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 29............... Jen Varda.............................................. 1997 29 .............. Laura Heise......................................... 2003 28............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 Strikeouts 337............. Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 317............. Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 243 ............ Laura Heise . ....................................... 2003 228............. Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 170............. Rilee Dawson....................................... 2007 Strikeouts per 7 innings 12.04.......... Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 11.44.......... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 11.05.......... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 10.00.......... Rilee Dawson....................................... 2007 8.83............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2003 Earned Run Average 0.39............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 0.48............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 0.69............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 1.13 ........... Laura Heise . ....................................... 2003 1.94............ Amy Jansen.......................................... 2007 Shutouts 15............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 12 .............. Laura Heise . ....................................... 2004 10 .............. Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 9 ................ Laura Heise . ....................................... 2003 6................. Rilee Dawson....................................... 2005 6................. Jen Varda.............................................. 1997

Chances 429........ Laura Brueggemeier................................ 1998 399........ Laura Brueggemeier................................ 1997 343........ Kelly Cordie.............................................. 2004 321........ Laura Brueggemeier................................ 1999 277........ Mary Ammann........................................ 2002 Put Outs 393 ....... Laura Brueggemeier ............................... 1998 377 ....... Laura Brueggemeier ............................... 1997 295........ Kelly Cordie.............................................. 2004 277 ....... Laura Brueggemeier ............................... 1999 255 ....... Mary Ammann ....................................... 2002 Assists 137 ....... Chris Lorentz .......................................... 1998 121 ....... Chris Lorentz .......................................... 1999 120 ....... Chris Lorentz .......................................... 2001 114 ....... Chris Lorentz .......................................... 1997 97 ......... Rachel Mitton . ........................................ 1998 Fielding Percentage 1.00 ...... Paula Madden (164)................................ 2003 .995....... Paula Madden (196)................................ 2006 .990....... Kelly Cordie (196)................................... 2005 .988 ...... Laura Brueggemeier (417)...................... 1998 .988 ...... Kelly Klun (170)....................................... 2003

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Erica (Bond) Kozacek (2006-07) in only two seasons hit 20 home runs placing her second on the Saints career home run list.

Kristi Erickson (2003-06) holds Saints single season records for hits (64) and at bats (160).

Program History - Season Top 5

At Bats 160............. Kristi Erickson.................................... 2004 152 ............ Chris Lorentz ..................................... 1998 144 ............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 143............. Jen Vancura......................................... 2004 143 ............ Steph Pollard ...................................... 1998 Batting Average .518............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 .500............ Sarah Sinniger..................................... 1984 .504............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 .492............ Erica Kozacek...................................... 2007 .487........... Theresa Tauer................................. 2009 Slugging Percentage .932............ Erica Kozacek...................................... 2007 .894............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 .832............ Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 .826............ Erica Kozacek...................................... 2006 .825............ Rilee Dawson....................................... 2007 Hits 64............... Kristi Erickson.................................... 2004 62............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 60............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 59 .............. Chris Lorentz ..................................... 1998 58............... Erica Kozacek...................................... 2007 Doubles 17............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2005 14 .............. Abbie Feldt . ........................................ 2001 13 .............. Steph Halverson .......................1999, 2000 13 .............. Kristine Zenk ..................................... 1998 13............... Paula Madden..................................... 2005 13............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 13............... Erica Kozacek...................................... 2006 13.............. Theresa Tauer................................. 2009 Triples 9 ................ Keely Behning .................................... 2001 7 ................ Chris Lorentz ..................................... 2001 7 . ............. Kristin Swartz ............................... 2009 6................. Erica Kozacek...................................... 2007 5 ................ Veronica Giesen.................................. 1999 5................. Joann Juten.......................................... 2004 5................. Michaela Carlson................................ 2008 Home Runs 11............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 10............... Erica Kozacek...................................... 2006 10............... Erica Kozacek...................................... 2007 10............... Rilee Dawson....................................... 2007 9................. Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 9................ Theresa Tauer................................. 2009 Runs Batted In 51............... Rilee Dawson....................................... 2007 48............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 47............... Theresa Tauer...................................... 2009 46............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2006 41 .............. Steph Pollard ...................................... 1997 Stolen Bases 32 .............. Chris Lorentz....................................... 1998 32 .............. Chris Lorentz ..................................... 1997 31 .............. Keely Behning..................................... 2001 25............... Chris Lorentz....................................... 1999 24 .............. Meg Chandler .................................... 1994 Runs 50 .............. Chris Lorentz....................................... 1997 46............... Erica Kozacek...................................... 2007 46............... Kristi Erickson.................................... 2004 46 .............. Chris Lorentz ..................................... 1999 42 .............. Chris Lorentz ..................................... 1998 Most Walks 36 .............. Chris Lorentz ..................................... 1997 27............... Jennifer Mertz..................................... 1997 25............... Laura Heise.......................................... 2004 23 .............. Laura Brueggemeier........................... 1999 23............... Kayla Kahilainen................................. 2008

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Offensive Batting Average .456...Laura Heise.....................2003-06 .455...Erica Kozacek............ 2006-2007 .406...Michaela Carlson........2007-09 .390...Kristi Erickson................2003-06 .379...Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 Most Games Played 183....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 171....Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 171....Jen Vancura.....................2001-04 170....Kristi Erickson................2003-06 167....Sara Kneisl.......................2003-06 Jody Yurczyk...................2003-06 At Bats 552....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 497....Jen Vancura.....................2001-04 484....Kristi Erickson................2003-06 481....Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 476....Laura Heise.....................2003-06 Hits 217....Laura Heise.....................2003-06 209....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 189....Kristi Erickson................2003-06 153....Jen Vancura.....................2001-04 144....Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 Runs Batted In 151....Laura Heise.....................2003-06 119....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 116....Kristi Erickson................2003-06 91......Rilee Dawson............. 2004-2007 90......Jen Vancura.....................2001-04 Runs Scored 175....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 142....Kristi Erickson................2003-06 136....Laura Heise.....................1997-00 122....Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 121....Jen Vancura.....................2001-04 Doubles 48......Laura Heise.....................2003-06 43......Kristi Erickson................2003-06 34......Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 33......Paula Madden.................2003-06 29......Stef Halverson.................1998-00 Triples 18......Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 13......Keely Behning.................2000-01 11......Kristin Swartz.................200711......Veronica Giesen...... 1999-00, 02 10......Kristi Erickson................2003-06

Home Runs 30......Laura Heise.....................2003-06 20......Erica Kozacek............ 2006-2007 13......Rilee Dawson............. 2004-2007 13......Kristi Erickson........... 2003-2006 13......Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 Stolen Bases 109....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 62......Chelsey Weiss..............2006-09 51......Jody Yurczyk...................2003-06 50......Keely Behning.................2000-01 46......Rachel Mitton.......... 1996-98, 00 Stolen Base Percentage (min. 40 ) .901 ..Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 .885...Rachel Mitton.......... 1996-98, 00 .867...Keely Behning.................2000-01 .827...Chelsey Weiss..............2006-09 .827...Kristi Erickson................2003-06 Slugging Percentage .880...Erica Kozacek............ 2006-2007 .750...Laura Heise.....................2003-06 .601...Kristi Erickson................2003-06 .595...Keely Behning.................2000-01 .578...Rilee Dawson............. 2004-2007 .578...Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 On Base Percentage .533...Laura Heise.....................2003-06 .517...Erica Kozacek............ 2006-2007 .480...Keely Behning.................2000-01 .477...Kristi Erickson................2003-06 .476...Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 Walks 89......Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 76......Laura Heise.....................2003-06 68......Kristi Erickson................2003-06 60......Jen Vancura.....................2001-04 60......Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 Hit by Pitch 15......Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 15......Kristi Erickson................2003-06 10......Rachel Mitton.......... 1996-98, 00 10......Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 10......Dory Pohl........................1996-99 Strike Outs 74......Jen Vancura.....................2001-04 74......Chelsey Weiss..............2006-09 73......Kelly Cordie....................2003-06 67......Paula Madden.................2003-06 66......Andrea Thomas............. 2003-06

Earned Run Average 0.68.....Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 1.87.....Amy Jansen................... 2006-07 2.34.....Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 2.45.....Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 2.72.....Abbie Feldt.................... 2000-01 Wins 95........Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 35........Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 34........Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 34........Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 25........Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 Losses 50........Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 33........Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 21........Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 17........Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 16........Kristin Bergman........... 1996-97 16........Abbie Feldt.................... 2000-01 Winning Percentage .819.....Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 .708.....Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 .595.....Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 .515.....Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 .500.....Abbie Feldt.................... 2000-01 Innings Pitched 732.1...Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 515......Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 420.2...Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 299......Rilee Dawson............ 2004-2007 269......Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 Starts 107......Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 80........Azur Buczysnki............. 1999-02 67........Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 48........Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 46........Rilee Dawson............ 2004-2007 Complete Games 90........Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 65........Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 61........Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 30....... Kayla Jenkins................. 200830........Rilee Dawson............ 2004-2007 Shutouts 46........Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 10........Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 8..........Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 6......... Kayla Jenkins................. 20086......... Jen Falk.......................... 2009-

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Fielding Percentage (100 chances) .992...Paula Madden.................2003-06 .981...Abbie Feldt......................2000-01 .980...Robin Lake..................2006-09 .975...Katie Brown....................2005-08 .975...Gina Garramone............2006-08 Chances 1340..Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 868....Kelly Cordie....................2003-06 816....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 659....Paula Madden.................2003-06 559....Dory Pohl........................1996-99 Putouts 1204..Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 680....Kelly Cordie....................2003-06 607....Paula Madden.................2003-06 459....Dory Pohl........................1996-99

Assists 492....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 250....Rachel Mitton.......... 1996-98, 00 186....Andrea Thomas..............2003-06 177....Mara Anderson..............2001-03 167....Sara Kneisl.......................2003-06 Errors 102....Chris Lorentz........... 1997-99, 01 73......Rachel Mitton.......... 1996-98, 00 52......Laura Brueggemeier......1997-00 44......Andrea Thomas..............2003-06 37......Sarah Kilgore....................... 1999 Stolen Base Against Percentage .556...Kelly Cordie....................2003-06 .769...Paula Madden.................2003-06 .810...Kelsey Hedlund..............2000-03 .918...Dory Pohl........................1996-99

Stolen Bases Against 145....Dory Pohl........................1996-99 78......Kelsey Hedlund..............2000-03 72......Katie Brown....................2005-08 60......Paula Madden.................2003-06 36......Gina Garramone............2006-08 Caught Stealing by 23......Kelly Cordie....................2003-06 18......Paula Madden.................2003-06 16......Kelsey Hedlund..............2000-03 13......Dory Pohl........................1996-99 8........Katie Brown....................2005-08

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Strikeouts 1125....Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 300......Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 214......Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 204......Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 144..... Kayla Jenkins................. 2008Walks 167......Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 141......Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 134......Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 84........Rilee Dawson............ 2004-2007 79........Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 7.97.....Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 3.58.....Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 1.54.....Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 1.52.....Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 1.27.....Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 Strikeouts per 7 innings 10.8.....Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 7.0.......Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 3.4.......Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 3.3.......Tonya Budimer................... 1996 3.0.......Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 Walks per 7 innings 1.4.......Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 1.6.......Rilee Dawson................ 2004-06 2.0.......Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 2.1.......Abbie Feldt.................... 2000-01 Hits Allowed 643......Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 406......Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 346......Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 322......Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 278......Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 Opponent Batting Average .137.....Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 .237.....Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 .240.....Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 .246.....Amy Jansen................... 2006-07 .275.....Abbie Feldt.................... 2000-01 Saves 6..........Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 4..........Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 2..........Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 2..........Keely Behning............... 2000-01 1......... Kayla Jenkins................. 20081..........Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 1..........Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 Hits per 7 innings 3.31.....Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 6.49.....Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 6.76.....Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 7.41.....Abbie Feldt.................... 2000-01 7.73.....Lisa Anderson..................... 2000 Runs Allowed 425......Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 267......Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 206......Kristen Bergman.......... 1996-97 186......Diana Steffen................. 2001-04 155..... Kayla Jenkins................. 2008Batters Faced 2742....Laura Heise.................... 2003-06 2391....Azur Buczynski............. 1999-02 1902....Jen Varda....................... 1997-98 1289....Rilee Dawson................ 2004-07 1253....Diana Steffen................. 2001-04


Softball 2010 ANNUAL LEADERS Offensive Doubles 2009.....Theresa Tauer...........13 2008.....Michaela Carlson.....10 2007.....Rilee Dawson...........11 2006.....Kristi Erickson.........13 Erica Bond................13 2004.....Laura Heise..............12 Kristi Erickson.........12 2003.....Kristi Erickson........... 9 Laura Heise................ 9 2002.....Mary Ammann........11 2001.....Abbie Feldt...............14 2000.....Stef Halvorson..........13 1999.....Stef Halvorson..........13 1998.....Kristine Zenk...........13 1997.....Steph Pollard.............. 7 1996.....Rachel Mitton............ 3 Triples 2009.....Kristin Swartz............ 7 2008.....Michaela Carlson....... 5 2007.....Erica Kozacek............. 6 2006.....Andrea Thomas......... 3 2005.....Sara Kneisl.................. 2 Kristi Erickson........... 2 2004.....Joann Juten................. 5 2003.....Jen Vencura................ 3 2002.....Veronica Giesen......... 3 Mary Ammann.......... 3 2001.....Keely Behning............ 9 2000.....Keely Behning............ 4 1999.....Veronica Giesen......... 5 1998.....Chris Lorentz............. 4 Rachel Mitton............ 4 1997.....Chris Lorentz............. 4 1996.....Brenda Bedford.......... 2 At Bats 2009.....Kristin Swartz............135 2008.....Michaela Carlson.....124 2007.....Chelsey Weiss.........132 2006.....Laura Heise............119 2005.....Kelly Cordie...........110 2004.....Kristi Erickson.......160 2003.....Laura Heise............128 Jen Vancura............128 2002.....Veronica Giesen.....134 2001.....Chris Lorentz.........140 2000.....Stef Halvorson........120 1999.....Veronica Giesen.....138 1998.....Chris Lorentz.........152 1997.....L. Brueggemeier.....143 Stef Pollard.............143 1996.....Rachel Mitton..........85 Slugging Percentage 2009..... Brynn Wollak............895 2008..... Michaela Carlson......645 2007.....Erica Kozacek.........932 2006.....Laura Heise............832 2005.....Laura Heise............894 2004.....Laura Heise............743 2003.....Laura Heise............586 2002.....Kelly Klun...............642 2001.....Keely Behning........712 2000.....Veronica Giesen.....532 1999.....Stef Halvorson........537 1998.....Chris Lorentz.........605 1997.....Chris Lorentz.........545 1996.....Brenda Bedford......408 On Base Percentage 2009..... Brynn Wollak...........534 2008..... Michaela Carlson.....460 2007.....Erica Kozacek.........549 2006.....Laura Heise............583 2005.....Laura Heise............587 2004.....Laura Heise............549 2003.....Laura Heise............587 2002.....Kelly Klun...............467 2001.....Keely Behning........472 2000.....Keely Behning........427 1999.....Chris Lorentz.........444 1998.....Chris Lorentz.........469 1997.....Chris Lorentz.........550 1996.....Marina Johnson.....404

Stolen Bases 2009..... Chelsey Weiss............ 18 2008..... Chelsey Weiss............ 19 2007..... Chelsey Weiss............ 20 2006..... Erica Bond................. 12 2005..... Jody Yurczyk.............. 19 2004..... Kristi Erickson.......... 16 2003..... Kelly Cordie............... 12 2002..... Veronica Giesen........ 23 2001..... Keely Behning........... 33 2000..... Keely Behning........... 19 1999..... Chris Lorentz............. 25 1998..... Chris Lorentz............. 32 1997..... Chris Lorentz............. 32 1996..... Rachel Mitton............ 12 Stolen Base Percentage 2009..... Brynn Wollak.........1.00 2008..... Brenna Zavodnik...1.00 2007..... Chelsey Weiss..........869 2006..... Erica Bond...............923 2005..... Jody Yurczyk............864 2004..... Joann Juten..............923 2003..... Kelly Cordie.............857 2002..... Veronica Giesen......920 2001..... Chris Lorentz...........955 2000..... Rachel Mitton..........882 1999..... Chris Lorentz...........862 1998..... Chris Lorentz...........889 1997..... Chris Lorentz...........914 1996..... Rachel Mitton.........1.00 Walks 2009..... Erika Solin................. 19 2008..... Kayla Kahilainen....... 23 2007..... Katie Brown............... 16 2006..... Laura Heise................ 20 2005..... Kristi Erickson.......... 19 2004..... Laura Heise................ 25 2003..... Laura Heise................ 14 Kristi Erickson.......... 14 2002..... Jen Vancura................ 21 2001..... Keely Behning........... 13 2000..... Keely Behning........... 13 Rachel Mitton............ 13 1999..... L. Brueggemeier........ 23 1998..... Chris Lorentz............. 23 1997..... Chris Lorentz............. 36 1996..... Cyndi Hull................. 15 Most Strike Outs 2009..... Chelsey Weiss............ 25 2008..... Katie Brown............... 21 2007..... Chelsey Weiss............ 21 2006..... Erica Bond................. 20 2005..... Paula Madden............ 16 2004..... Andrea Thomas......... 27 2003..... Kelly Klun.................. 23 2002..... Angie Mergen............ 16 2001..... Jen Vancura................ 25 2000..... Cyndi Hull................. 15 1999..... Veronica Giesen........ 21 1998..... Kristine Zenk............. 20 1997..... Jennifer Mertz........... 16 1996..... Mary Jo Lutgen..........21

Earned Run Average 2009.....Jenn Shaw..............1.62 2008..... Mary Jo McNamee......3.92 2007.....Amy Jansen...........1.94 2006.....Laura Heise...........0.69 2005.....Laura Heise...........0.61 2004.....Laura Heise...........0.51 2003.....Laura Heise...........1.45 2002.....Azur Buczynski.....4.32 2001.....Azur Buczynski.....3.47 2000.....Abbie Feldt............3.35 1999.....H.Holmstrom........4.63 1998.....Jen Varda...............3.41 1997.....Jen Varda...............2.79 1996.....Tonya Budmir.......3.92 Wins 2009.....Jen Falk.....................15 2008.....Kayla Jenkins.............. 9 2007.....Rilee Dawson...........13 2006.....Laura Heise..............26 2005.....Laura Heise..............18 2004.....Laura Heise..............29 2003.....Laura Heise..............22 2002.....Azur Buczynski........10 2001.....Azur Buczynski.......... 9 2000.....Abbie Feldt................. 9 1999.....Azur Buczynski........11 1998.....Jen Varda..................21 1997.....Jen Varda..................14 1996.....Kristin Bergman........ 4 Losses 2009.....Kayla Jenkins.............. 7 2008.....Kayla Jenkins............11 2007.....Amy Jansen................ 8 2006.....Laura Heise................ 6 2005.....Rilee Dawson............. 4 2004.....Laura Heise................ 4 Diana Steffen.............. 4 2003.....Laura Heise................ 8 2002.....Azur Buczynski........16 2001.....Azur Buczynski........10 Abbie Feldt...............10 2000.....Azur Buczynski.......... 7 1999.....Azur Buczynski........18 1998.....Jen Varda..................17 1997.....Jen Varda..................16 1996.....Tonya Budmir..........11 Saves 2009.....Jen Falk....................... 1 2008.....Kayla Jenkins.............. 1 2007.....Rilee Dawson............. 2 2006.....Laura Heise................ 1 2005.....Laura Heise................ 2 2004.....Laura Heise ............... 1 2003.....Laura Heise................ 2

2002.....Azur Buczynski.......... 1 2000.....Azur Buczynski.......... 2 1999.....None 1998.....None 1997.....Jen Varda ................... 1 Appearances 2009.....Kayla Jenkins............21 2008.....Kayla Jenkins............23 Mary Jo McNamee..23 2007.....Rilee Dawson...........22 2006.....Laura Heise..............35 2005.....Rilee Dawson...........24 2004.....Laura Heise..............35 2003.....Laura Heise..............32 2002.....Azur Buczynski........30 2001.....Azur Buczynski........20 2000.....Lisa Anderson..........18 1999.....Azur Buczynski........31 1998.....Jen Varda..................39 1997.....Jen Varda..................32 1996.....Kristin Bergman......15 Tonya Budimir.........15 Complete Games 2009.....Kayla Jenkins............17 2008.....Kayla Jenkins............13 2007.....Amy Jansen..............14 2006.....Laura Heise..............26 2005.....Laura Heise..............16 2004.....Laura Heise..............26 2003.....Laura Heise..............22 2002.....Azur Buczynski........19 2001.....Azur Buczynski........12 2000.....Lisa Anderson..........12 1999.....Azur Buczynski........25 1998.....Jen Varda..................36 1997.....Jen Varda..................29 1996.....Kristin Bergman......11 Tonya Budmir..........11 Shutouts 2009.....Jen Falk....................... 8 2008.....Kayla Jenkins.............. 5 2007.....Rilee Dawson............. 3 2006.....Laura Heise..............15 2005.....Laura Heise..............10 2004.....Laura Heise..............12 2003.....Laura Heise................ 9 2002.....Diana Steffen.............. 2 2001.....Azur Buczynski.......... 2 2000.....Abbie Feldt................. 3 1999 None 1998.....Jen Varda.................... 2 1997.....Jen Varda.................... 6

Defensive Chances 2009.....Robin Lake.............187 2008.....Robin Lake.............207 2007.....Katie Brown............204 2006.....Kelly Cordie...........210 2005.....Kelly Cordie...........196 2004.....Kelly Cordie...........343 2003.....Kelly Klun...............170 2002.....Mary Ammann......277 2001.....Abbie Feldt.............244 2000.....L. Brueggemeier.....191 1999.....L. Brueggemeier.....321 1998.....L. Brueggemeier.....429 1997.....L. Brueggemeier.....399 1996.....Mary Jo Lutgen......159 Putouts 2009.....Robin Lake.............162 2008.....Robin Lake.............195 2007.....Katie Brown............190 2006.....Kelly Cordie...........182 2005.....Kelly Cordie...........160

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2005 Missy Erickson.......160 2004.....Kelly Cordie...........295 2003.....Kelly Klun...............159 2002.....Mary Ammann......255 2001.....Abbie Feldt.............201 2000.....L. Brueggemeier.....141 1999.....L. Brueggemeier.....292 1998.....L. Brueggemeier.....403 1997.....L. Brueggemeier.....368 1996.....Mary Jo Lutgen......132 Assists 2009.....Erika Solin................81 2008.....Brenna Zavodnik.....73 2007.....Kayla Kahilainen.....62 2006.....Sara Kneisl................63 2005.....Andrea Thomas.......49 2004.....Sara Kneisl................53 2003.....Mara Anderson........61 2002.....April Makowski.......78 2001.....Chris Lorentz.........120 2000.....Jody Pues..................80

1999.....Chris Lorentz.........121 1998.....Chris Lorentz.........137 1997.....Chris Lorentz.........114 1996.....Rachel Mitton..........43 Errors 2009.....Erika Solin................13 2008.....Brenna Zavodnik.....16 2007.....Kayla Kahilainen.....15 2006.....Sara Kneisl................10 2005.....Sara Kneisl................10 2004.....Andrea Thomas.......17 2003.....Kelly Cordie.............17 2002.....Angie Mergen..........13 2001.....Chris Lorentz...........24 2000.....Jody Pues..................20 1999.....Sarah Kilgour...........37 1998.....Rachel Mitton..........27 1997.....Chris Lorentz...........29 1996.....Rachel Mitton..........21

Program History - Annual Leaders

Batting Average 2009..... Theresa Tauer..........487 2008..... Michaela Carlson....411 2007.....Erica Kozacek.........492 2006.....Laura Heise............504 2005.....Laura Heise............518 2004.....Laura Heise............431 2003.....Laura Heise............398 2002.....Kelly Klun...............403 2001.....Keely Behning........405 2000.....Veronica Giesen.....358 1999.....Stef Halvorson........380 1998.....Chris Lorentz.........388 1997.....Chris Lorentz.........382 1996.....Rachel Mitton........318 1994.....Wendy Griffiths.....377 Hits 2009.....Theresa Tauer...........56 2008.....Michaela Carlson.....51 2007.....Erica Kozacek...........58 2006.....Laura Heise..............60 2005.....Laura Heise..............44 2004.....Kristi Erickson.........64 2003.....Laura Heise..............51 2002.....Veronica Giesen.......50 2001.....Chris Lorentz...........55 2000.....Keely Behning..........41 1999.....Chris Lorentz...........48 1998.....Chris Lorentz...........59 1997.....Stef Pollard...............50 1997.....L. Brueggemeier.......50 1996.....Rachel Mitton..........27 Runs 2009.....Chelsey Weiss...........37 2008.....Chelsey Weiss...........35 2007.....Erica Kozacek...........46 2006.....Laura Heise..............40 2005.....Kristi Erickson.........31 2004.....Kristi Erickson.........46 2003.....Jen Vancura..............33 2002.....Veronica Giesen.......33 2001.....Chris Lorentz...........37 2000.....Keely Behning..........37 1999.....Chris Lorentz...........46 1998.....Chris Lorentz...........42 1997.....Chris Lorentz...........50 1996.....Rachel Mitton..........19 Runs Batted In 2009.....Theresa Tauer...........47 2008.....Kayla Kahilainen.....40 2007.....Rilee Dawson...........51 2006.....Laura Heise..............46 2005.....Paula Madden..........37 2004.....Laura Heise..............48 2003.....Laura Heise..............30 2002.....Veronica Giesen.......32 2001.....Abbie Feldt...............34 Chris Lorentz...........34 2000.....Stef Halvorson..........25 1999.....Stef Halvorson..........39 1998.....Chris Lorentz...........41 1997.....Stef Pollard...............39 1996.....Brenda Bedford........21 Home Runs 2009.....Theresa Tauer............. 9 2008.....Kayla Kahilainen....... 4 2007.....Rilee Dawson...........10 Erica Kozacek...........10 2006.....Erica Bond................10 2005.....Laura Heise................ 5 2004.....Laura Heise..............11 2003.....Mara Anderson.......... 5 2002.....Veronica Giesen......... 4 2001.....Chris Lorentz............. 6 2000.....L. Brueggemeier......... 1 1999.....Veronica Giesen......... 2 1998.....Chris Lorentz............. 5 1997.....Stef Pollard................. 3 1996.....Brenda Bedford.......... 1 Tonya Budmir............ 1 Amy Kimlinger.......... 1

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Opponent...............................W-L............ Most Recent Result

Opponent...............................W-L............ Most Recent Result

Azur Buczynski (1999-02) was an NAIA All-Region pitcher in 2002 and a two time all-conference pitcher.

Mary Day (1989-92) was a two-time NAIA All-District catcher.

Program History - Walter Head-to-Head

Augsburg.......................................... 1-1....................................W 3-1, 1997 Bemidji State................................... 2-9......................................L 9-1, 2001 Bethany Lutheran........................... 11-1...........................W 14-4(5), 2009 Bethel (Minn.)................................ 3-2..................................W 13-3, 2000 Blackburn (Ill.)................................ 1-0....................................W 9-0, 2005 Briar Cliff (Iowa)............................ 1-7....................................W 1-0, 2003 Carroll (Wis.).................................. 1-1....................................L 10-6, 1999 Carleton........................................... 1-1....................................L 12-8, 1998 Central (Iowa)................................. 0-1....................................L 16-5, 2008 Clarion (Pa.).................................... 2-0....................................W 1-0, 2004 Clarke (Iowa).................................. 0-2....................................L 13-6, 1998 Coe (Iowa)....................................... 1-0....................................W 6-5, 2004 Colorado College............................ 0-1.................................L 0-8(6), 2009 Columbia (Mo.).............................. 1-0....................................W 3-0, 2004 Concordia (Texas).......................... 1-1....................................W 5-3, 2002 Concordia-St. Paul......................... 3-12....................................L 0-2, 2004 Concordia University (Wis.)......... 1-0....................................W 8-3, 2009 Cornell (Iowa)................................. 3-1......................................L 9-2, 2008 Crown.............................................. 18-0.............................W 8-0(5), 2009 Dakota St (S.D.).............................. 2-1....................................L 11-3, 2002 Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.)................. 0-1......................................L 8-1, 1997 Dallas, Univ. of................................ 0-2......................................L 7-8, 2009 Dickinson College (Pa.)................. 1-0....................................W 2-1, 2007 Delaware Tech................................. 0-2....................................L 15-3, 1998 Dordt (Iowa)................................... 0-4......................................L 3-0, 2003 Dubuque (Iowa).............................. 2-1....................................W 4-3, 2001 Eastern New Mexico...................... 0-1......................................L 2-0, 2003 Edgewood College (Wis.).............. 0-1......................................L 4-6, 2007 Elmhurst (Ill.)................................. 1-0....................................W 8-3, 2005 Fairmont State (W. Pa.).................. 2-2....................................L 10-5, 1998 Finlandia (Mich.)............................ 1-0.............................W 12-2(5), 2009 Fontbonne (Mo.)............................ 1-1....................................W 2-1, 2006 Franciscan (Ohio).......................... 1-0....................................W 7-2, 2004 Grandview (Iowa)........................... 0-2....................................L 15-3, 2001 Gustavus Adolphus........................ 3-8.................................L 1-9(5), 2009 Hamline........................................... 4-2....................................W 1-0, 2007 Hope College (Mich.).................... 1-0....................................W 7-1, 2009 Howard Payne (Texas)................... 3-0....................................W 4-1, 2006 Huron (S.D.).................................... 0-1......................................L 7-2, 2002 Husson (Maine).............................. 2-0..................................W 15-7, 1997 Illinois College................................ 1-0....................................W 6-3, 2005 Illinois Wesleyan............................. 0-1......................................L 9-0, 2001 Incarnate Word (Texas)................. 0-1......................................L 3-2, 2001 Jamestown (N.D.)........................... 2-1....................................W 2-0, 2004 Judson (Ill.)...................................... 1-0..................................W 10-4, 2004 Kenyon College (Ohio).................. 0-1......................................L 6-5, 2007 Loras (Iowa).................................... 2-5....................................W 6-3, 2005 Macalester........................................ 3-4....................................W 9-0, 2007 Medaille College (N.Y.).................. 1-0....................................W 5-0, 2007 Marian University (Wis.)............... 1-1....................................W 6-2, 2009 Martin Luther................................. 34-5...........................W 21-0(5), 2009 Mary (N.D.)..................................... 3-4....................................W 9-0, 2004 Maryville (Mo.)............................... 1-0....................................W 5-4, 2008 Marycrest Int’l (Iowa).................... 0-1......................................L 8-4, 1997 Minnesota-Crookston................... 2-0....................................W 9-1, 2001 Minnesota-Duluth......................... 2-11....................................L 9-1, 2008 Minnesota-Morris.......................... 16-0.............................W 9-1(5), 2009

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Abbie Feldt (2000-01) was a twotime NAIA All-Region and all-conference pitcher/first baseman.

Minot State (N.D.).......................... 3-0....................................W 2-0, 2004 Monmouth (Ill.).............................. 1-1....................................W 7-2, 2007 Morningside (Iowa)....................... 1-1....................................W 8-3, 2002 Mount Senario (Wis.).................... 17-1..................................W 9-7, 2001 Nebraska Wesleyan........................ 0-4......................................L 2-3, 2009 Neumann (Pa.) .............................. 1-1..................................L 16-13, 1998 North Dakota.................................. 2-2....................................W 5-0, 2004 Northland ....................................... 29-7..................................W 7-4, 2009 Northwestern (Minn.)................... 44-5.............................W 9-1(5), 2009 Oklahoma Christian...................... 0-1......................................L 7-1, 2001 Olivet Nazarene (Ill.)...................... 0-3....................................L 10-1, 1998 Ottawa.............................................. 0-1....................................L 10-4, 1999 Peru State (Neb.)............................. 2-2....................................W 9-5, 2004 Pillsbury Baptist.............................. 2-0..................................W 17-0, 1997 Presentation (S.D.)......................... 17-0...........................W 22-0(5), 2009 Puget Sound (Wash.)..................... 0-1......................................L 6-3, 2005 Quincy (Ill.)..................................... 1-0....................................W 7-1, 1999 Rhode Island................................... 1-0....................................W 5-1, 2005 Rio Grande (Ohio)......................... 0-1......................................L 3-2, 2004 Science & Arts (Okla.)................... 1-0....................................W 1-0, 2004 Smith (Mass.).................................. 1-0....................................W 5-1, 2005 Simpson (Iowa)............................... 1-5......................................L 0-7, 2009 Sioux Falls........................................ 2-1....................................W 5-4, 2003 South Dakota State......................... 0-1......................................L 1-0, 2001 Southeast Oklahoma...................... 0-1....................................L 10-2, 2001 Southwest Oklahoma..................... 0-1......................................L 8-1, 2001 St. Ambrose (Iowa)......................... 0-2......................................L 3-2, 1997 St. Bonaventure (N.Y.)................... 0-2......................................L 6-3, 1997 St. Edwards (Texas)........................ 0-4......................................L 6-0, 2000 St. Francis (Ill.)................................ 1-0....................................W 2-1, 2004 St. Gregory’s (Okla.)....................... 0-1......................................L 8-0, 2001 St. Catherine’s.................................. 1-0....................................W 6-2, 2005 St. Mary’s (Minn.)........................... 0-3......................................L 8-2, 2005 St. Mary’s (Neb.)............................. 2-1....................................W 1-0, 2003 St. Mary’s (Texas)............................ 0-4......................................L 8-0, 2001 St. Norbert (Wis.)........................... 0-1......................................L 5-2, 2000 St. Olaf.............................................. 2-2....................................W 2-1, 2005 St. Thomas (Minn.)........................ 2-6......................................L 5-2, 2006 Schreiner (Texas)............................ 1-7....................................L 11-4, 2008 Texas Lutheran................................ 4-8....................................L 10-9, 2008 Trinity (Texas)................................. 5-8......................................L 7-0, 2008 Univ. of New England.................... 2-0..................................W 11-5, 2007 Upper Iowa . ................................... 1-0..................................W 14-9, 2000 UW-Eau Claire............................... 5-7....................................W 3-1, 2009 UW-LaCrosse.................................. 1-5....................................W 4-3, 1999 UW-Platteville................................ 2-5....................................W 5-1, 2005 UW-River Falls............................... 8-6......................................L 7-1, 2008 UW-Stevens Point.......................... 2-2....................................W 2-1, 2004 UW-Stout......................................... 13-10................................W 8-1, 2009 UW-Superior................................... 11-8..................................W 5-3, 2007 Viterbo (Wis.)................................. 6-0..................................W 13-4, 2004 Wartburg (Iowa)............................. 0-4......................................L 4-1, 2006 Washington (Mo.) ......................... 4-1......................................L 4-0, 2008 Webster (Mo.)................................. 1-0....................................W 8-0, 2006 Wilmington (Mass.)....................... 1-0....................................W 2-0, 2004 William Penn (Iowa)...................... 0-1......................................L 9-2, 1999 Wisconsin Lutheran....................... 1-0..................................W 10-2, 2001

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Steph Sklors (1992-95) was a two-time NAIA All-District third baseman.


Softball 2010 *UMAC Games # Postseason

2009

Overall: 31-12 UMAC: 21-0

Coach: Jen Walter L 1-9.....................................UW-Stout W 8-1...................................UW-Stout W 7-1.............................Hope College L 0-7......................... Simpson College W 12-2...............Finlandia University W 6-2.....................Marian University W 8-3... Concordia University (Wis.) L 0-10...................Nebraska Wesleyan L 7-8.................... University of Dallas L 1-2.....................Nebraska Wesleyan L 0-8.....................Nebraska Wesleyan L 0-8........................Colorado College L 2-3.....................Nebraska Wesleyan L 0-11.........................UW- Eau Claire L 1-10.........................UW- Eau Claire W 29-1.....................................Crown* W 18-1.....................................Crown* W 8-0..........................Martin Luther* W 9-0..........................Martin Luther* W 11-4..................Bethany Lutheran* W10-1...................Bethany Lutheran* W 5-0...........................Northwestern* W 9-1...........................Northwestern* W 1-0................................ Northland* L 0-1............................UW-Eau Claire W 3-1..........................UW-Eau Claire W 16-3............................ UM-Morris* W11-1............................. UM-Morris* W 12-0.............Presentation College* W 20-3.............Presentation College* W 8-0...........................Northwestern* W 8-0........................................ Crown* W 9-0..................................Northland* W 14-2................................Northland* W 21-0......................... Martin Luther* W 14-4...................Bethany Lutheran* W 22-0............................ Presentation* W 10-0............................. UM-Morris* W 4-3....................Gustavus Adolphus L 1-9......................Gustavus Adolphus W 9-1............................... UM-Morris# W 7-4................................. Northland# W 9-1............................Northwestern#

2008

Overall: 19-21 UMAC: 16-5

2007

Overall: 25-16 UMAC: 13-1

Coach: Jen Walter L 3-1.....................Gustavus Adolphus L 14-6...................Gustavus Adolphus L 4-1....................................Macalester W 9-0..................................Macalester L 8-7..........................................Marian L 6-5......................................... Kenyon W 5-0......................................Medaille W 7-2.................................Monmouth W 11-1........................... New England W 2-1...................................Dickinson W 11-5........................... New England L 6-4.................................... Edgewood L 7-1............................UW-River Falls L 2-0.....................Gustavus Adolphus L 7-2............................UW-River Falls L 4-2............................UW-River Falls W 9-5...........................Northwestern* W 2-1...........................Northwestern* L 7-1............................UW-Eau Claire L 4-0............................UW-Eau Claire W 5-3.............................UW-Superior L 13-8............................... UM-Duluth W 8-0....................Bethany Lutheran* W 7-0..........................Martin Luther* W 12-1...........................Presentation* W 11-6................ Minnesota-Morris* L 1-0....................................... Hamline W 1-0..................................... Hamline W 10-2.................................UW-Stout L 4-3.....................................UW-Stout W 3-2..........................Martin Luther* W 11-3..................Bethany Lutheran* W 10-1...........................Presentation* W 8-1................... Minnesota Morris* L 3-0.................................. Northland* W 9-1................................ Northland* W 13-1.....................................Crown* W 19-1.....................................Crown* W 5-1 ......................... Northwestern# W 8-4................................ Northland# W 6-0.............................Presentation#

2006

Overall: 37-9 UMAC: 14-0

Coach: Jen Walter W 1-0...................Gustavus Adolphus W 14-7.................Gustavus Adolphus L 4-0................................... St. Thomas L 10-1................................. St. Thomas W 7-0....................................Schreiner L 7-6......................................Schreiner W 8-0..........................Texas Lutheran W 7-4..........................Texas Lutheran W 6-0........................................Trinity L 1-0..........................................Trinity W 1-0........................... Howard Payne W 4-1........................... Howard Payne W 4-2.....................Washington (Mo.) L 5-2....................................Fontbonne W 8-0...................................... Webster W 1-0.....................Washington (Mo.) W 2-1..................................Fontbonne W 4-2................................Washington W 12-0.........................Northwestern* W 11-6.........................Northwestern* W 4-1..................................... Hamline W 4-0..................................... Hamline W 13-2.....................................Crown* W 24-2.....................................Crown* L 2-1...........................UW-River Falls W 13-4........................UW-River Falls L 2-1............................UW-Eau Claire W 3-2..........................UW-Eau Claire W 15-0...........................Presentation* W 12-4........................Martin Luther* W 9-0.............................. UM-Morris* W 15-3..................Bethany Lutheran* W 8-0................................ Northland* W 12-4.............................. Northland*

W 4-1...................................UW-Stout W 10-0.................................UW-Stout W 9-1....................Bethany Lutheran* W 30-0........................Martin Luther* W 7-0.............................. UM-Morris* W 14-0...........................Presentation* W 8-0..............................UM-Morris# W 9-0................................ Northland# W 8-0................................ Northland# W 2-0............................. Washington# L 5-2................................. St. Thomas# L 4-1....................................Wartburg#

2005

Overall: 34-7 UMAC: 14-0

Coach: Jen Walter W 6-0...........................UW-River Falls W 8-0..........................UW-River Falls W 3-0...........................................Loras W 6-3...........................................Loras L 3-2................................... St. Thomas L 3-1................................... St. Thomas W 9-0...................................Blackburn L 6-3................................ Puget Sound W 5-1............................. Rhode Island W 6-3........................................ Illinois W 5-1.......................................... Smith W 8-3.................................... Elmhurst W 6-3...............................St Catherine W 2-1........................................St. Olaf W 4-3................................. St. Thomas L 8-2.......................... St. Mary’s (MN) W 5-1...........................UW-Platteville W 4-0..........................UW-River Falls W 2-1..........................UW-Eau Claire W 13-5................................... Hamline W 6-0.......................................Crown* W 7-1.......................................Crown* W 1-0...................................UW-Stout L 2-0.....................................UW-Stout W 4-0................................ Northland* W 4-3................................ Northland* W 8-0...........................Northwestern* W 9-1...........................Northwestern* W 5-3....................Bethany Lutheran* W 8-0.............................. UM-Morris* W 9-0..........................Martin Luther* W 20-4...........................Presentation* W 8-0....................Bethany Lutheran* W 6-0..........................Martin Luther* W 16-1...........................Presentation* W 9-0.............................. UM-Morris* L 8-4................................. UM-Duluth L 9-0................................. UM-Duluth W 7-0................................ Northland# W 1-0.......................... Northwestern# W 11-5........................Martin Luther#

2004

Overall: 40-8 UMAC: 11-1

Coach: Jen Walter W 7-2..................................Franciscan W 2-0............................... Wilmington W 10-4.......................................Judson W 4-2....................................... Clarion W 1-0....................................... Clarion W 2-0..................................Jamestown W 8-3.............................. Morningside W 14-2................................. Peru State W 2-1...................................St. Francis W 9-5................................... Peru State W 6-5..............................................Coe L 4-2.....................................UW-Stout W 13-4..................................... Viterbo W 4-1..........................UW-Eau Claire L 9-2............................UW-Eau Claire W 2-1.....................UW-Stevens Point W 5-2..........................UW-River Falls W 4-0..........................UW-Eau Claire W 4-2..........................UW-River Falls L 5-0.............................. North Dakota W 5-0............................ North Dakota W 6-1...................................UW-Stout W 2-1...................................UW-Stout W 13-1.....................................Crown* W 13-5.....................................Crown* W 3-2............................... UM-Duluth L 1-0................................. UM-Duluth W 11-0.........................Northwestern*

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W 4-3...........................Northwestern* W 21-2...........................Presentation* W 2-0..........................Martin Luther* W 16-0............................ UM-Morris* W 4-0................................ Northland* L 4-1.................................. Northland* L 2-0......................Concordia-St. Paul W 8-7..................................Macalester W 21-0...........................Presentation* W 9-1..........................Martin Luther* W 8-0.............................. UM-Morris* W 2-1..........................Martin Luther# W 9-0.......................... Northwestern# W 5-0.......................... Northwestern# W 2-0.............................. Minot State# W 2-0......................................... Mary# W 9-0......................................... Mary# W 3-0................................. Columbia# L 0-1...........................Science & Arts# L 3-2..................................Rio Grande#

2003

Overall: 30-14 UMAC: 10-0

Coach: Jen Walter L 2-0......................................Schreiner L 8-1......................................Schreiner L 6-2.............................. St. Mary (NE) W 1-0............................ St. Mary (NE) L 4-0...........................................Trinity W 9-2.........................................Trinity W 9-1........................... Howard Payne L 2-0.................. Eastern New Mexico W 8-5............................ St. Mary (NE) W 4-1.........................................Trinity W 7-0 ...................................... Viterbo L 7-0......................................Wartburg L 4-2.....................Gustavus Adolphus W 6-3....................................... Viterbo L 3-0............................................ Dordt W 1-0................................... Briar Cliff W 5-4..................................Sioux Falls W 33-2...........................Presentation* W 21-0...........................Presentation* W 4-2...................................UW-Stout W 2-1...................................UW-Stout W 25-0.....................................Crown* W 9-0.......................................Crown* L 1-0................................. UM-Duluth W 6-3............................... UM-Duluth W 10-0.........................Northwestern* W 6-0...........................Northwestern* L 6-2...............................UW-Superior W 4-1.............................UW-Superior W 3-2................................ Northland* W 3-2................................ Northland* L 6-1......................Concordia-St. Paul W 4-0..........................Martin Luther* W 8-0..........................Martin Luther* W 4-0............................ North Dakota L 5-3.............................. North Dakota W 3-0................................ Northland# W 9-1.......................... Northwestern# W 2-0................................ Northland# W 6-4............................... Jamestown# L 8-0........................................... Mary# W 1-0.............................. Minot State# W 3-2......................................... Mary# L 2-1........................................... Mary#

Jen Vancura (2000-04) was a twotime NAIA All-Region outfielder.

Program History - Season Results

Coach: Jen Walter L 5-4.....................................UW-Stout L 8-7.....................................UW-Stout L 7-1............................UW-River Falls L 9-2......................................... Cornell L 4-2............................................Dallas L 6-3............................Texas Lutheran L 10-9..........................Texas Lutheran L 9-1......................................Schreiner L 11-4....................................Schreiner L 9-8...........................................Trinity L 7-0...........................................Trinity W 5-4....................................Maryville L 16-5....................................... Central L 0-4..................................Washington L 2-1.............................Northwestern* W 7-5...........................Northwestern* W 8-0..........................Martin Luther* W 21-4........................Martin Luther* L 5-4......................Bethany Lutheran* W 12-0..................Bethany Lutheran* L 9-1......................Minnesota-Duluth L 3-1.................................. Northland* L 11-5................................ Northland* W 11-6............................ UM-Morris* W 9-6.............................. UM-Morris* W 10-0...........................Presentation* W 18-1...........................Presentation* L 4-1.............................Northwestern* W 28-0.....................................Crown* W 8-0....................Bethany Lutheran* W 8-0.............................. UM-Morris* W 24-1......................... Martin Luther* W 10-1............................ Presentation* W 9-1..................................Northland*

W 19-1...................................... Crown* W 8-0........................................ Crown* L 9-1................................... Northland# W 5-4...........................Martin Luther# W 5-2............................Northwestern# L 2-1................................... Northland#

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Overall: 18-22 UMAC: 8-0

Coach: Jen Walter L 6-3...........................................Trinity L 10-2.........................................Trinity L 6-3............................Texas Lutheran W 6-3..........................Texas Lutheran L 4-3.......................... Concordia (TX) W 5-3........................ Concordia (TX) L 5-1......................................Schreiner L 13-5....................................Schreiner L 8-0.....................Gustavus Adolphus L 9-1......................................Wartburg W 2-1..................................... Simpson L 1-0............................................ Dordt L 8-0............................................ Dordt L 9-1..................................... Peru State L 11-3.............................. Dakota State L 3-1................................ Morningside L 7-2........................................... Huron L 2-1..................................... Briar Cliff W 7-0................................ Northland* L 8-7.............................. Northwestern W 13-3................................ Northland W 7-6...................................UW-Stout W 6-1..........................Martin Luther* W 3-0..........................Martin Luther* W 8-5...........................Northwestern* W 9-4...........................Northwestern* W 6-1................................ Northland* W 7-2................................ Northland* W 19-0.....................................Crown* W 12-4.....................................Crown* L 6-3...............................UW-Superior L 2-0...............................UW-Superior L 10-0............................... UM-Duluth W 8-0..........................Martin Luther# W 11-3........................ Northwestern# L 11-13.............................. Northland# W 9-1................................ Northland# W 5-1............................ Dakota State# L 5-1........................................... Mary# L 6-5................................... Briar Cliff#

2001

Program History - Season Results

Overall: 21-23 UMAC: 7-1

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Coach: Jen Walter L 3-2........................... Incarnate Word L 7-1...................Oklahoma Christian L 10-2.............................SE Oklahoma L 0-1..................... South Dakota State L 8-0.................................St. Gregory’s L 8-1.............................SW Oklahoma W 6-2.............................. Dakota State L 5-0............................Texas Lutheran W 6-2..........................Texas Lutheran L 8-0............................St. Mary’s (TX) L 4-0............................St. Mary’s (TX) L 5-4.............................UW-Platteville W 10-5.........................UW-Platteville W 4-3.................................... Dubuque W 10-2............... Wisconsin Lutheran L 2-1.............................................Loras W 9-7................................ Mt. Senario L 15-3................................. Grandview W 28-2................................ Northland L 7-2.....................................UW-Stout L 9-1............................... Bemidji State W 5-3...........................Northwestern* W 1-0...........................Northwestern* W 7-6....................................... Viterbo L 9-0.........................Illinois Wesleyan W 6-5..........................UW-River Falls L 5-4...............................UW-Superior W 12-0.............................. Northland* W 14-4.............................. Northland* W 4-0..........................Martin Luther* W 9-3..........................Martin Luther* W 7-6........................ UM.-Crookston W 9-1......................... UM-Crookston L 2-0................................ Mt. Senario* W 10-4............................ Mt. Senario* L 7-0................................. UM-Duluth L 5-1................................. UM-Duluth W 4-3.......................... Northwestern# L 3-1................................... Briar Cliff#

L 3-2................................ Mt. Senario# W 4-3.............................. Minot State# L 2-0........................................... Mary# L 5-4...................................Jamestown#

2000

Overall: 20-19 UMAC: 6-0

Coach: Jen Walter L 5-0............................Texas Lutheran L 8-7............................Texas Lutheran W 6-5.........................................Trinity W 3-2.........................................Trinity L 4-0..................................St. Edward’s L 6-0..................................St. Edward’s W 6-2....................................... Cornell W 14-9.............................. Upper Iowa L 9-3.............................UW-Platteville L 6-3...................................... Dubuque L 12-0..................................... Simpson L 16-4..................................... Simpson W 9-4...................................UW-Stout L 5-2................................... St. Norbert L 7-6.............................UW-Platteville L 2-1............................UW-River Falls W 11-2.............................. Northland* W 30-1.............................. Northland* W 6-5...........................Northwestern* W 8-1...........................Northwestern* W 5-1............................ Northwestern W 8-0............................ Northwestern L 6-3................................. UM-Duluth L 11-2............................... UM-Duluth W 4-3.............................. Mt. Senario* W 6-0.............................. Mt. Senario* L 9-1............................... Bemidji State W 6-5............................. Bemidji State W 7-1.............................UW-Superior W 3-0.............................UW-Superior L 12-7..........................................Bethel W 13-3........................................Bethel L 7-3......................Concordia-St. Paul L 9-0......................Concordia-St. Paul W 8-3..........................Martin Luther# W 3-1.............................. Mt. Senario# W 2-1.............................. Mt. Senario# L 8-3..........................................Dordt# L 5-3..................................Sioux Falls#

1999

Overall: 18-27 UMAC: 7-1

Coach: Shawna Davidson L 16-1..........................Texas Lutheran L 5-1............................Texas Lutheran L 8-0............................St. Mary’s (TX) L 14-0..........................St. Mary’s (TX) L 12-4.........................................Trinity L 6-5...........................................Trinity L 8-0.................................. St. Edwards L 9-1.................................. St. Edwards L 1-0....................................... Simpson L 5-2...............................William Penn L 10-4........................................Ottawa W 3-2....................................... Cornell L 3-1......................................Wartburg L 14-9...........................UW-Platteville L 6-0.............................................Loras L 5-0.......................................... Carroll W 10-6.................................. Dubuque W 9-8.....................UW-Stevens Point L 1-0..............................UW-LaCrosse L 11-9.............................UW-Superior L 12-7...................................UW-Stout L 9-7............................... Bemidji State L 8-1............................... Bemidji State L 4-3....................................Macalester W 5-3..................................Macalester W 4-3............................UW-LaCrosse W 7-1......................................Grinnell L 8-0............................UW-Eau Claire L 3-0............................... Bemidji State W 7-3............................. Bemidji State L 7-2......................Minnesota-Duluth W 7-3...........................Northwestern* W 13-5.........................Northwestern* W 10-3...........................UW-Superior W 4-2.............................UW-Superior W 16-8............................ Mt. Senario*

W 22-6............................ Mt. Senario* L 2-1.....................Concordia-St.Paul* W 4-3...................Concordia-St.Paul* W 10-2........................Martin Luther* W 17-9........................Martin Luther* W 14-3........................ Northwestern# L 9-0.................... Concordia-St.Paul# L 8-7............................Martin Luther#

1998

Overall: 24-25 UMAC: 8-4

Coach: Shawna Davidson L 10-1...........................Delaware Tech L 15-3...........................Delaware Tech L 10-1..........................................Olivet L 13-6......................................... Clarke W 10-3.........................Fairmont State L 10-5...........................Fairmont State W 18-2................................. Neumann L 16-13................................. Neumann L 6-2.............................................Loras L 5-0....................................... Hamline W 6-2........................................ Carroll L 4-3.............................UW-La Crosse W 6-2..........................................Bethel W 3-2................................. St. Thomas L 12-0.....................UW-Stevens Point L 9-1..........................................St. Olaf W 7-6..................................... Carleton L 12-8..................................... Carleton W 9-3..........................Martin Luther* W 5-1..........................Martin Luther* L 3-2............................................Bethel W 4-3..........................................Bethel L 2-1.............................UW-La Crosse L 10-2...........................UW-La Crosse W 2-1..........................UW-River Falls W 4-3..................................Sioux Falls L 5-3.......................UW-Stevens Point W 5-4.............................UW-Superior L 13-0....................................St. Mary’s W 2-1...................................UW-Stout W 2-1...................................UW-Stout W 3-1...........................Northwestern* W 8-0...........................Northwestern* L 3-1............................... Bemidji State L 10-2............................. Bemidji State L 13-1..........................Martin Luther* L 13-12........................Martin Luther* W 10-2.........................Northwestern* W 11-2.........................Northwestern* W 8-0.........................Mount Senario* W 12-9......................Mount Senario * L 2-1....................Concordia-St. Paul* L 8-3....................Concordia-St. Paul* W 2-1.............................UW-Superior W 7-2.............................UW-Superior W 3-1.......................... Northwestern# L 4-3.................................. Briar Cliff# W 9-1........................ Mount Senario# L 2-1.................................. Peru State #

W 8-5..........................Martin Luther* W 18-0........................Martin Luther* W 8-0.........................Mount Senario* W 8-3.........................Mount Senario* L 5-4.............................UW-La Crosse L 12-0...........................UW-La Crosse W 15-1..................................... Viterbo W 9-7....................................... Viterbo W 4-2.............................UW-Superior L 8-1........................ Dakota Wesleyan L 4-3......................Concordia-St. Paul W 17-1.......................Mount Senario* W 30-1.......................Mount Senario* W 5-0..................Concordia-St. Paul* W 5-2..................Concordia-St. Paul* W 5-2...........................Northwestern* W 14-6.........................Northwestern* W 9-0 ....................................Pillsbury W 17-0...................................Pillsbury W 8-4..........................Martin Luther* L 5-4............................Martin Luther* W 10-1...........................UW-Superior W 8-5.............................UW-Superior W 9-1.......................... Northwestern# L 4-0................................... Briar Cliff# W Fort....................... Mount Senario# L 2-0........................................ Clarke #

1996

Overall: 7-19 UMAC: 5-4

Coach: Dina Kangas L 11-1..................................... Simpson L 9-2................................. St. Ambrose L 10-0....................................St. Mary’s L 6-2.............................................Loras L 8-1...........................Grandview (IA) W 10-1..................................... Cornell L 10-0.................................Monmouth L 13-3...........................UW-Platteville L 9-2.............................................Loras W 10-1........................Martin Luther* W 11-7........................Martin Luther* L 12-2...........................Northwestern* W 9-2...........................Northwestern* L 7-0.......................................Lakeland L 6-0....................Concordia-St. Paul* L 7-0...............................UW-Superior L 9-0.......................................Lakeland L 10-0.............................UW-Superior L 5-4...............................UW-Superior L 3-2.................................. Concordia* W 12-5........................... Winona State L 8-0............................UW-Eau Claire W 13-5.......................Mount Senario* L 7-2......................Concordia-St. Paul W 5-1...........................Northwestern* L 12-8...........................Northwestern*

1997

Overall: 25-24 UMAC: 11-1

Coach: Dina Kangas L 17-0......................... St. Bonaventure L 6-3........................... St. Bonaventure L 9-7............................................Olivet L 5-1............................................Olivet W 7-6...........................Fairmont State L 3-2.............................Fairmont State W 3-0....................................... Husson W 15-7..................................... Husson L 9-0..................................... Briar Cliff L 15-4...................Gustavus Adolphus L 8-4.............................Marycrest Int’l L 3-2................................. St. Ambrose W 6-4........................................St. Olaf L 4-3.....................................UW-Stout L 6-1............................... Bemidji State L 6-0.....................................UW-Stout L 11-1................................. St. Thomas L 9-1............................... Bemidji State L 5-0....................................Macalester L 9-3....................................Macalester L 10-3....................................Augsburg W 3-1....................................Augsburg

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(Ammann) Horoshak, Mary Anderson, Amy (Anderson) Daiker, Mara Anderson, Lisa Anderson, Robin (Anderson) Karkainen, Stacey Annoni, Mary

2001-02 1997-98 2000-03 1999-00 1983-86 1991-92 1988-91

Bauer, Jessica Bedford, Brenda Behning, Keely Benoit, Lori Bergman, Kristin (Bliese) LaNasa, Nannette Brethorst, Kristi (Becker) Brostrom, Rhonda (Bond) Kozacek, Erica Brown, Katie Brown-Dingman, Deborah Brueggemeier, Laura (Budimir) LaFrenier, Tonya Bushey, Lori Byerly, Sarah (Buczynski) Coleman, Azur (Bylkas) Cochlin, Lisa

2001-02 1994-96 1999-01 1992-93 1994-97 1983-84 1985-86 1987-88 2005-07 2005-08 1987-88 1996-00 1994-96 1983-84 2002-03 1998-02 1986-88

Carlson, Michaela (Cordie) Konczak, Kelly (Crim) Pearson, Lynda (Crotteau) Soukkala, Allana

2007-09 2002-06 1983-85 2003-04

Davis, Amanda Dawson, Rilee (Day) Irsfeld, Mary DeBoer, Carrie Dieryck, Jena Dissmore, Tessa

2007-08 2003-07 1989-92 1996-97 2009 1997-98

(Ellingworth) Worthington, Rebecca (Erickson) Hoeft, Missy (Erickson) Kirk, Kristi

1990-93 2003-06 2002-06

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Feldt, Abbie Fenstad, Kelly Ferguson, Justine Fisher, Lindsey

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(Halverson) Coughlin, Stef (Hedlund) Fransen, Kelsey Hoschka, Lisa Heise, Laura Holmstrom, Holly Hull, Cyndi

2005-08 1998-00, 01-02 1988-92 ?-91 1984-86 1987-91 2008-09 2002-03 1994-96 1997-00 1999-03 1991-92 2002-06 1999-00 1998-00

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Iverson, Sheila

1984-88

(Jamsa) Morstad, Kelly Jansen, Amy Johnson, Amy Johnson, Jodi (Johnson) Udd, Marina (Juten) Jacobson, Joann

1994-96 2005-07 1999-01 1997-98 1995-96 2003-06

Kahilainen, Kayla (Kielty) Simonson, Gwen Kilgour, Sarah Kimlinger, Amy King, Courtney Kinney, Krystal (Klejeski) Powell, Suzanne (Klemmenson) Steckelberg, Tricia Klun, Kelly Kneisl, Sara Kokal, Selina (Koglin) Rauvola, Mary (Kottke) Kelling, Kari Krog, Jessica

2004-08 1983-84 1998-99 1995-96 1996-97 1994-97 1987-88 1995-97 2001-03 2002-06 2001-02 1983-84 1995-98 1997-98

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Lake, Robin (Larson) Gerber, LaDez Laspi, Jen Latterall, Pam (Lindstrom) Gotelaere, Lisa Lorentz, Chris (Lucas) Draeger, Elizabeth (Lutgen) Kann, Mary Jo Luttrell, Donna

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2006-09 1988-89 2004-05 1987-90 1984-85 1996-99, 01-02 1993-94 1993-96 1983-86

Madden, Paula Makowski, April Marquardt, Kerry (Mathiowetz) Strowbridge, Staci (McKenzie) Larsen, Cathlin McNamee, Mary Jo Melchior, Jess (Mergen) Trisko, Angie (Merle) Gibbs, Julie (Mertz) Riegel, Mary Middendorp, Joyce (Mitton) Bodeen, Rachel Muehlstedt, Julie Musolf, Susan

2002-06 2000-02 1996-97 1992-94 1985-89 2006-09 1998-00 2000-03 1988-90 1993-97 1995, 97 1995-00 1990-94 1986-88

(Newman) Robinson, Jodi (Niles) Bowman, Patty Norberg, Natalie

1986-87 1991-93 2006-08

Olander, Mindy Onken, Tasha

1997-99 1997-98

(Pachel) Morris, Amy (Pehrson) Green, Tamara Peterson, Sarah Piram, Rachel Pohl, Dory (Pollard) Biebl, Stef (Prahm) Bloedel, Pamela Ptak, Sally Pues, Jodi

2000-01 1985-86 1996-98 2000-02 1995-99 1997 1987-91 1987-89 1999-00

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Rohde, Amber

2002-04

(Schlemmer) Johnson, Julie Schroeder, Alyssa Sinneger, Sarah Sklors, Steph (Smreker) Mellesmoen, Stephanie Sobieck, Sr. Mary Jo Splonskowski, Kelly (Steffen) King, Diana Swanger, Maggie

1989-91 2004-05 1983-87 1991-95 1984-88 1989-91 2006-08 2000-04 1993-97

Thomas, Andrea (Thomas) Langeslag, Julie Towne, Lani VanLoon, Sue Ward, Jennie Watson, Anne

2002-06 1998-91 1987-89 1987-91 1992-93 1983-86

(Vancura) Beres, Jen Varda, Jennie (Vesel) Aronson, Sandra

2000-04 1996-98 1986-90

Weiss, Chelsey (Wermerson) Yokom, Denise Wilson, Julie Wollak, Brynn Wood, Katelyn

2006-09 1990-94 1994-95 2009 2004-06

Yurczyk, Jody

2002-06

Zavodnik, Brenna Zenk, Kristine (Zanardi) Adamski, Carole

2006-08 1997-98 1991-95

(Asche) Anderson, Amy Lou Behning, Keely Borman, Jay (Student Coach) Cappelleri, Joe (Student Coach) Carlblum, Boyd Carlson, Cole Dawson, Rilee Deadrick, Stacy Feldt, Abbie Ferris, Eric Heise, Laura Meele, Carol (Manager) Morris, Casey Reyelts, Dave Saylor, Amy Simmonds, Michelle Taylor, Mike

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Program History - All-Time Roster

Garramone Mogen, Gina Giesen, Veronica Gillach, Cath Gillack, Dawn (Glumac) Solomon, Lauri Goeb MD, Kelly Gordon, Mya Grady, Erin Grams, Kristen

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All-Americans Laura Heise l Pitcher l Richfield, Minn. 2006 NFCA NCAA DIV. III ALL-AMERICAN - First Team 2004 NFCA NAIA ALL AMERICAN - First Team Saints NCAA Records Rank 1,125 64.2 0.68 10.75 46 95 732.1 30 .819 .456 151 217 48

Strikeouts Consecutive Scoreless Innings Earned Run Average Strikeouts per 7 innings Shutouts Wins Innings Pitched Home Runs Winning Percentage Batting Average RBIs Hits Doubles

First Third Third Third Fourth (T) Eighth 13th 20th (T)

Erica (Bond) Kozacek - Outfield - Jefferson City, Tenn. 2006 NFCA NCAA DIV. III ALL-AMERICAN - Third Team Saints NCAA Records Rank

Program History - All-Americans

.932 .880

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Sixth

Rilee Dawson - Utility - Eveleth, Minn. 2007 NFCA NCAA DIV. III ALL-AMERICAN - Second Team Saints NCAA Records Rank 6 3 51

Home Runs in Consecutive AB’s First* Home Runs in a Game Second (T) RBIs in a season

*No ranking is kept in this category, but it is believed to be first.

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A Saints post game and practice handshake is more than just a simple, insignificant hand slap. It is a firm handshake, along with a look in the eye and a meaningful “good game.� Our handshake has become a symbol of the St. Scholastica Softball Program. To all Saints players and alumni the handshake signifies our respect for the game, our opponents and each other. It is an acknowledgment that we are thankful for the opportunity to compete in the greatest game in the world.


2010 Saints Softball Date Tuesday, February 16 Monday, March 15 Monday, March 15 Tuesday, March 16 Wednesday, March 17 Wednesday, March 17 Thursday, March 18 Thursday, March 18 Friday, March 19 Friday, March 19 Saturday, March 27 Saturday, March 27 Sunday, March 28 Sunday, March 28 Tuesday, April 6 Saturday, April 10 Monday, April 12 Tuesday, April 13 Friday, April 16 Saturday, April 17 Wednesday, April 21 Saturday, April 24 Sunday, April 25 Tuesday, April 27 Tuesday, April 27 Friday, April 30 Friday, April 30 Saturday, May 1 Saturday, May 1 Monday, May 3 Fri. – Sat., May 7-8 Wed.-Mon., May 12-17

Opponent Site Time UW-Stout Rosemount, Minn. 10 a.m. SPRING TRIP Southwestern University* (1 game) Tucson, Ariz. 8 a.m. UW-La Crosse* (1 game) Tucson, Ariz. 10 a.m. UW-La Crosse* Tucson, Ariz. 11 a.m. Lakeland College* (1 game) Tucson, Ariz. 12:30 p.m. Augsburg College* (1 game) Tucson, Ariz. 2:30 p.m. Dickinson College (1game) Tucson, Ariz. 10 a.m. Schreiner University* (1 game) Tucson, Ariz. 2:30 p.m. Otterbein College (1 game) Tucson, Ariz. 3:30 p.m. North Central College* (1game) Tucson, Ariz. 6 p.m. Coe College Tournament Coe College* (1game) Cedar Rapids, Iowa 11 a.m. UW-Platteville* (1 game) Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1 p.m. Coe College* (1 game) Cedar Rapids, Iowa 11 a.m. UW-Platteville* (1 game) Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1 p.m. Northland^* (1 game) Kenwood Field 4 p.m. Crown College^* Kenwood Field 1 p.m. UW-Eau Claire* (1 game) Ashland, Wis. 5 p.m. Northwestern^* St. Paul, Minn. 3 p.m. Bethany Lutheran^* Mankato, Minn. 3 p.m. Martin Luther^* New Ulm, Minn. 1 p.m. Northland^* Ashland, Wis. 3 p.m. Presentation^* Kenwood Field 3 p.m. Minnesota-Morris^* Kenwood Field 1 p.m. Northwestern^* (1 game) Ashland, Wis. 3 p.m. Crown^* (1 game) Ashland, Wis. 5 p.m. UMAC Crossover Martin Luther^* (1 game) Kenwood Field 2 p.m. Bethany Lutheran^* (1 game) Kenwood Field 4 p.m. Minnesota-Morris^* (1 game) Kenwood Field 10 a.m. Presentation^* (1 game) Kenwood Field 2 p.m. Gustavus Adolphus* Minneapolis, Minn. 5 p.m. UMAC Post Season Tournament Aberdeen, S.D. TBA NCAA Regional Championship TBA TBA

All games doubleheaders unless specified ^ UMAC game * Midwest Region game

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2010 St. Scholastica Softball Media Guide