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2................. UD Softball Stadium 3................. UD Softball Stadium 4................. The University 5................. The University 6................. Head Coach Cara LaPlaca 7................. Head Coach Cara LaPlaca 8................. Sarah Harman 9................. Barry Reed /Katie Campbell 10............... Team Photo 11............... Team Roster 12............... Emily Stegeman 13............... Alicia Nichols 14............... Kathleen Maloof 15............... Carlyn Harlow 16............... Shelby Pohlman 17............... Amanda Daly 18............... Megan Barrett 19............... Courtney Kutsulis 20............... Sarah Wedel 21............... Lauren Nacke 22............... Brandy Brown 23............... Rachel Archer 24............... Alysha Isaacson 25............... Dana Trotta 26............... Jordan Jennings 27............... Kelsi Seidlitz 28............... Jenna Lopes 29............... Kasi Vazquez

30............... 2010 Season Stats 31............... 2010 Results

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THE HISTORY 32............... All-Time Roster 33............... Single-Season Records 34............... Career Batting Records 35............... Career Pitching Records 36............... Coaching Records 37............... Records vs. Opponent

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UD SOFTBALL STADIUM THE HOME OF FLYER SOFTBALL GETS A FACELIFT

The University of Dayton Softball Complex will have a new look for the 2010-2011 school year. The upgrades include a new locker room, fixed seating, and a press box that will allow the Flyers to video stream a number of games from the stadium starting this year. The

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atmosphere for fans and players, and continues to make the UD Softball Complex one of the top softball facilities in the region. Among one of the top changes is the addition of a locker room for the softball team. The batting cages will be expanded and upgraded and permanent restrooms will be installed. These new additions complement the stadium’s already existing bullpen, batting cages and pitching rubbers that were installed in the first phase of the project.

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The project represents the next phase of the softball complex, which was built in 2005 along the banks of the Great Miami River as part of the UD Sports Complex – a multi-million dollar project to centralize the softball, track and field, football and baseball facilities on Edwin C. Moses Boulevard. Construction on this phase is expected to be finished by the time the fall season begins in September. “We are fortunate to have one of the best facilities in the region,” said Flyer Head Coach Cara LaPlaca. “Our idyllic location in the Arena Sports Complex along I-75 offers easy accessability. The river backdrop provides a picturesque view. The field surface is flawless and holds up to various weather conditions. Teams and spectators will have a great experience at UD Softball Stadium.”


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THE UNIVERSITY UD is a beautiful place, according to the American Society of Landscape Architects that tapped UD as one of the most significant campus sites in the country. Just 22 campuses made the final list. Other Centennial Medal winners included the U.S. Capitol grounds, New York’s Central Park, and San Francisco’s Ghiradelli Square.

UD also was named one of the top “schools with the most beautiful campus in an urban setting” in the 2004 edition of The Unofficial, Unbiased Guide to the 328 Most Interesting Colleges from Kaplan Publishing.

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UD IS GROWING with the purchase of 49 acres between Brown Street and Great Miami River that will be used for academic and mixed-use development, expanding campus and drawing new jobs to the city of Dayton.

In the past five years, UD has built the $21 million Marianist Hall, a $25 million RecPlex, a $22 million science center and an $8.5 million ArtStreet with an amphitheater for on-campus performances. New development near UD Arena features a hotel and UD’s baseball, softball, track and football practice facilities.


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IN THEIR WORDS CARLYN HARLOW | SOPHOMORE “Because I live so far away, I knew that the University of Dayton had to be a type of school I could really imagine myself living at for the next four years of my life. The campus is gorgeous and not as confusing as many of the previous universities I had visited. I was attracted to this team because they not only strive for perfection on the field, but in the classrooms and communities as well. The University of Dayton has lived up to every expectation I had coming in. I do not regret my choice and would recommend this University to anyone who is interested in coming!”

KATHLEEN MALOOF | SOPHOMORE “I love it here at Dayton. The classroom sizes are small enough where you can develop a good relationship with your professors and they are more than willing to spend extra time with you outside of the class/lecture. The campus is not too small and not too big and all the buildings are relatively close which makes it easy to walk from class to class. Unlike high school, I have caught myself interested in the material taught and applying what I learn in class to my life. “

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EVA RAPPE | CLASS OF 2010 “Being a member of the University of Dayton Softball team has impacted my life in several important ways. It taught me to capitalize on my strengths and constantly work to improve my weaknesses. It taught me not only to expect success, but also to appreciate it. It taught me to learn from failure and to persevere. It helped me develop valuable leadership qualities and interpersonal skills that will benefit me personally and professionally. Last but certainly not least, it has given me many friendships that I have no doubt, will last a lifetime.”

MOLLY MEYER | CLASS OF 2010 “Regardless of what sport I played, I would have come out of four years of being a college athlete with so many appealing character traits in the long-run: determination, trustworthiness, leadership, teamwork, and a hundred others that could be considered life-changers, and of course I’m grateful for that. But what I’m especially grateful for is the ability to call all of my UD softball teammates lifelong friends and a great deal of them my family. I suppose I would have made good friends where ever I went to college, but I would find it hard to believe that in an atmosphere outside of the University of Dayton community that those relationships would have matured into something as real as they are now. Family is really the only term I have strong enough to describe it. I’m stuck with them, and they’re stuck with me, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.”

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CARA LaPLACA HEAD COACH FOURTH SEASON

In a short amount of time Dayton Flyers head softball coach Cara LaPlaca has implemented a hard-working, successful culture of excellence with the UD Softball program.

CAREER RECORD Career: 182-227-1 (10th Season) UD: 51-101-1 (Fourth Season)

In 2010, LaPlaca saw her team continue to take shape as they improved in a number of offensive categories including runs (189), hits (341), doubles (60), home runs (28) and RBI (169). Senior Molly Meyer was selected to the Atlantic 10’s All-Conference Second Team. Her selection to the team capped the fourth consecutive year that she was honored by the A-10. LaPlaca mentored Meyer, helping her break a number of UD softball records. Meyer broke the single-season runs record (44) and career record (132). She set school records with 197 career hits and had 64 stolen bases in her career and 34 in a single season. Meyer also became Dayton’s first softball student-athlete to play internationally (Leksand, Sweden) after her playing career at UD. LaPlaca has also helped the Flyers continue a tradition of excellence with their rookies. Since 2006, Dayton has had at least one player named to the A-10’s All-Rookie Team, and freshman Kathleen Maloof continued that legacy in 2010. Additionally, three of UD’s selections to the all-rookie team have come under LaPlaca’s guidance. During the 2009 campaign, LaPlaca had three Flyers earn recognition on Atlantic 10 All-Conference Teams. Lauren Nacke was named a First Team All-Conference selection and also earned a spot on the All-Rookie Team. Meyer was named Honorable Mention All-Conference, while Anne Maci and Meyer both earned spots on the Academic All-Conference Team. UD also succeeded in the classroom as well earning recognition nationally after being named to the Girls Got Game/NFCA AllAcademic Team. Dayton posted a team GPA of 3.238, which was the 49th best in the NCAA Division I category. The Flyers are one of two Atlantic 10 teams to make the top 100.

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In her first season at the helm LaPlaca guided the Flyers to their first 20-win campaign in three years and more than doubled their Atlantic 10 win total from a season ago. In addition, LaPlaca’s 20 wins was the most by any first-year head coach at UD. A vast majority of the team numbers improved including batting average, hits, runs scored, on-base percentage, fielding percentage, sacrifices, home runs and slugging percentage. Aside from the successes on the field, LaPlaca’s teams also thrive in the classroom and in the community. Catcher Laura Matthews earned a second-team selection on the 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Softball Team. The senior catcher became the 76th Academic All-American overall and 29th in the last seven years at UD. The honors didn’t stop there as Matthews and pitcher Erin LaFayette were selected members of the Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference team and ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Softball selections. Freshman shortstop Emily Stegeman received a spot on the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team and Meyer picked up an Honorable Mention selection. LaPlaca was named head softball coach for the University of Dayton in July 2007 and joined the Flyer staff after six years at Clarke College. In her six years at Clarke, she had been instrumental in the program’s success. LaPlaca guided the Crusaders to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances in 2003 and 2004. In 2003, the Crusaders made a first-ever NCAA tournament berth claiming the Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference Championship and winning a school record 27 games. Since her arrival the team had five consecutive 20-plus win seasons.


Under her reign, the Crusaders produced 28 AllConference honorees, six NFCA All Region honorees, and one Conference Player of the year. In addition, four out of her six years the team was ranked in the Top 25 Nationally in grade point average by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. LaPlaca was a 2007 NCAA Association of Division III Independents Coach of the Year runner-up and was named the NIIC Conference’s Coach of the Year in 2003 and 2004. In addition to her coaching responsibilities at Clarke, she was also the Mental Health Counselor and served as the Senior Women’s Administrator. LaPlaca has extensive camp and clinic experience in multiple settings. She directed the highly successful Clarke softball instructional clinics and hitting leagues. She served as an instructor and evaluator at the 2007 TPS Top 96 College Coaches Softball Clinics in Virginia and Illinois. Under her direction, the Flyers softball clinics and summer academy have begun to see high levels of participation. LaPlaca oversaw the 2008 Ohio TPS Top 96 College Coaches Softball Clinic, as the University of Dayton was named as the host site. LaPlaca is a member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association and a 2008 graduate of the NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy. A 1999 graduate of Clarke College, LaPlaca earned her degree in psychology and was a student-athlete standout as a two-time first-team Northern Illinois - Iowa Conference Selection. In addition, she earned MVP honors and served as team captain for the Crusaders. In 2002, she earned her Masters of Education in counseling from Western Illinois University. LaPlaca, her husband Michael and daughter Austyn, currently reside in Kettering, Ohio.

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SARAH HARMAN ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON

Sarah Harman enters her third season as assistant coach of the University of Dayton Flyers. “We are excited to add Sarah Harman to our coaching staff. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will be a valuable addition to our program,” said University of Dayton head softball coach Cara LaPlaca. “Coach Harman has a proven record for developing top level pitching staffs. She will be instrumental in continuing to build on the softball tradition at UD.” A native of Port Clinton, Ohio, Harman returns to her home state after coaching stints in Texas, Virginia and Indiana. She joined the Flyers after serving as an assistant coach and lecturer at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. Harman joined West Texas A&M prior to the 2007-08 academic year as the softball program’s first full-time assistant coach. She worked primarily with the pitching staff, planning and implementing the training of the pitchers and catchers. She also assisted in marketing of home games to generate more attendance by designing an overall plan for home stand games which included local sponsors, gate giveaway and on-field promotions. Harman headed the “Paint the Yard Pink” promotion, a breast cancer awareness game to raise money for research. Harman was on the games committee of the 2008 NCAA Division II Softball World Series, acting as a game liaison for the Mid-Atlantic region representative. Prior to joining the Lady Buff staff, Harman spent two seasons as an assistant softball coach at Norfolk State University, focusing on the pitching staff. Previously, Harman was a graduate assistant coach at Ball State University, where she worked with the pitchers. Harman brings a stellar record of experience, including a standout career at Division III Defiance College where she played for four

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seasons (2000-03) for Defiance Head Coach and UD alumna Kary (Zimmerman) Kankey (’98). She earned Heartland Collegiate Conference All-Conference first team honors three years she played. A standout pitcher at Defiance, Harman holds school records for innings pitched (665.1) and games started (103). She is second all-time in strikeouts (381) and third in school history in complete games (72), wins (39) and shutouts (8). She holds the second, seventh and eighth-highest single-season strikeout totals in the program’s history. Harman was named the team MVP her junior and senior seasons, and was named the Defiance Purple and Gold Sportsmanship Female Athlete of the Year in 2003. Harman, who also played volleyball at Defiance, earned her bachelor’s degree in sports management with a minor in recreation in 2003. She graduated with a master’s degree in physical education with an emphasis in sports administration from Ball State in 2005. While at Ball State, Harman was a recipient of the NCAA Ethnic Minority and Women’s Enhancement Postgraduate Scholarship for Careers in Athletics. Harman is a 2008 graduate of the NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy and is a member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. She was inducted into Port Clinton High School’s Hall of Fame on May 8, 2010.


BARRY REED VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH 12TH SEASON

Barry Reed is a veteran of the Flyer coaching staff and is entering his 12th season as an assistant coach at UD. Reed will primarily work with the outfield. Coach Reed brings with him 17 years of coaching experience from the high school level. He started coaching in 1975 for West Carrolton High School earning two league championships, four district titles, and one regional championship along the way. He began his softball career in the military and afterwards, continued his playing career independently.

Barry is retired from EG&G where he was the manager of employee relations. Reed is also a former professor at the University of Dayton where he taught business management and engineering classes. He and his wife, Amy, have three children, five grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. They reside in Springboro, Ohio.

KATIE CAMPBELL VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON

University of Dayton softball Head Coach Cara LaPlaca announced the addition of Katie Campbell to the Flyer coaching staff for the 2010-11 season. Campbell joins Assistant Coach Sarah Harman and Volunteer Assistant Barry Reed. “We are excited to add Katie Campbell to our coaching staff,” LaPlaca said. “She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our program. She strongly supports the values and mission of the University of Dayton. Her international experience is also a wonderful addition to our staff.”

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She joins the UD softball program as an experienced player and coach, lettering four years combined for Northwestern University and the University of Kansas from 1998 to 2002. In addition, Campbell was a former assistant coach at Wright State and Central High School in Clifton, Ill. Prior to her time at Central High School, she served as a volunteer assistant for the University of Virginia. Campbell, a native of Ashkum, Ill., earned her bachelor of science in physical education from Kansas, and was a three-time Academic All-Big 12 selection during her playing career. Campbell also works with Athletes in Action a Christian sports ministry in Xenia, Ohio in the Humanitarian Aid and Partnernship Department working with AIA’s international sports teams. She also taught health and physical education internationally in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and at The American School in Switzerland (TASIS).

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TEAM PICTURE

TOP ROW (L-R) - Shelby Pohlman, Kathleen Maloof, Megan Barrett, Lauren Nacke, Brandy Brown, Sarah Wedel, Amanda Daly, Courtney Kutsulis, Carlyn Harlow BOTTOM ROW (L-R) - Jenna Lopes Alysha Isaacson, Kasi Vazquez, Jordan Jennings, Alicia Nichols, Emily Stegeman, Rachel Archer, Kelsi Seidlitz, Dana Trotta

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NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME

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Emily Stegeman

SR

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Dayton, OH / Carroll

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Kathleen Maloof

SO

OF

R/R

Indianapolis, IN / Hamilton Southeastern

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Alicia Nichols

SR

OF

L/R

Newark, OH / Newark Catholic

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Carlyn Harlow

SO

IF

L/R

DuPont, WA / Steilacoom

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Shelby Pohlman

SO

OF

L/R

Olathe, KS / Olathe South

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Rachel Archer

FR

OF

S/R

Flower Mound, TX / Flower Mound

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Alysha Isaacson

FR

P

L/L

Chula Vista, CA / Hilltop

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Amanda Daly

SO

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R/R

Johnsburg, IL / Johnsburg

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Dana Trotta

FR

IF

R/R

Chicago, IL / Loyola Academy

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Jordan Jennings

FR

IF

R/R

Flower Mound, TX / Flower Mound

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Megan Barrett

JR

OF

R/R

West Chester, OH / Lakota West

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Courtney Kutsulis

JR

C/OF

R/R

Homer Glen, IL / Lockport Township

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Sarah Wedel

JR

P

R/R

Salina, KS / Salina South

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Lauren Nacke

JR

IF

R/R

Greenwood, IN / Center Grove

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Kelsi Seidlitz

FR

P/OF

R/R

Lynnwood, WA / Mountlake Terrace

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Jenna Lopes

FR

IF

R/R

Southlake, TX / Carroll

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Kasi Vazquez

FR

C

R/R

Columbus, OH / Upper Arlington

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Brandy Brown

JR

IF

L/R

Fortville, IN / Mt. Vernon

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FLYERS BY POSITION Infielders (7) 2 Emily Stegeman 6 Carlyn Harlow 12 Dana Trotta 13 Jordan Jennings 20 Lauren Nacke 22 Jenna Lopes 26 Brandy Brown

Outfielders (5) 3 Kathleen Maloof 4 Alicia Nichols 7 Shelby Pohlman 8 Rachel Archer 16 Megan Barrett

Pitchers (4) 10 Alysha Isaacson 11 Amanda Daly 19 Sarah Wedel 21 Kelsi Seidlitz

Catchers (2) 17 Courtney Kutsulis 23 Kasi Vazquez

FLYERS BY CLASS Freshmen......................7 Sophomores.................4 Juniors.........................5 Seniors.........................2

FLYERS BY HOMETOWN Ohio............................4 Kansas.........................2 Illinois..........................3 Washington..................2 Indiana........................3 California.....................1 Texas............................3

Head Coach: Cara LaPlaca Assistant Coach: Sarah Harman Assistant Coach: Katie Campbell Volunteer Assistant: Barry Reed

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#2 | EMILY STEGEMAN CLASS.......................................... > SENIOR

HOMETOWN...................... > DAYTON, OH

POSITION..................................... > INFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL........................... > CARROLL

B/T.................................................... > R/R

2010 Appeared in 45 games…had a season high 3 RBI in a 2-for-3 outing in a 10-4 win against the Youngstown State Penguins, with the bases loaded she hit a single to score two runs…was fourth in the team in assists 34…had a season high 5 assists against Rhode Island 2009 Appeared in 39 games and hit .219 in her sophomore campaign...started the season with a four-game hitting streak and a .455 batting average, including .500 against the Big 12 Conference’s Nebraska, a 2009 NCAA qualifier...hit first collegiate home run in UD’s win over North Dakota at the UNI-Dome Classic...registered five multi-hit games...had a season-high 3 RBI in a 2-for-3 outing against Rhode Island, helping the Flyers win their Atlantic 10 opener...tallied 15 RBI with three doubles and a home run...was third on the team in assists with 65, despite only playing 26 games at shortstop... had a season-high 6 assists against Cleveland State...tied for third for base on balls with 14......earned a spot on the 2009 Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Spring Honor Roll. 2008 Named to the 2008 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie team...started all 51 games in her first season as the team’s shortstop...ranked fourth on the team with a .296 batting average...cranked out five doubles and 40 hits in 135 at bats...amassed 16 RBI and went 4-for-5 in stolen base attempts...ranked third on team in

walks (16)...had a .958 fielding percentage with 88 assists... made numerous acrobatic plays including a diving catch to end the inning against Eastern Kentucky...batted 4-for-6 with an RBI and a run scored over IPFW...hit 3-for-6 in the series at Toledo with 2 RBI and one run scored...drove in the gamewinning run at Rhode Island in the top of the ninth...hit 2-for-5 against Wright State...went 4-for-7 against Saint Louis with one double and one run scored...finished second on the team with a .283 batting average against conference opponents... selected as the team’s Rookie of the Year. PRIOR TO UD Named to the All-Ohio Underclassman Team....earned First Team All-Conference Mid-Miami League honors both her sophomore and junior years...voted team MVP in 2005 and 2007...First Team Girls Greater Catholic League honoree her senior year...also earned the Patriot Award...in addition, was an honor roll student all four years at Carroll High School and was a member of the Spanish National Honors Society (2006-2007)...played summer ball with the Miami Valley Xpress Softball. PERSONAL Daughter of Dick and Doris Stegeman...born May 31, 1989... majoring in Physical Therapy.

CAREER STATS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2008 .296 51 51 135 16 40 5 0 0 16 45 .333 16 3 22 1 .383 0 3 4 5 96 88 8 .958 2009 .219 39 39 96 9 21 3 0 1 15 27 .281 14 4 16 0 .336 2 6 2 2 37 65 8 .927 2010 .095 45 23 74 2 7 1 0 0 6 8 .108 6 1 20 0 .171 1 4 0 0 16 34 5 .909

TOTAL .223 135 113 305 27 68 9 0 1 37 80 .262 36 8 58 1 .318 3 13 6 7 149 187 21 .941

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#3 | KATHLEEN MALOOF CLASS................................. > SOPHOMORE

HOMETOWN............... > INDIANAPOLIS, IN

POSITION................................. > OUTFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL.> HAMILTON SOUTHEASTERN

B/T.................................................... > R/R

2010 Earned a spot on the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team and an Honorable Mention for the All-Conference Team…named to the Charleston Southern Low Country Invite All-Tournament team after recording a .417 average, 3 RBIs and her first career homerun…her performance at the UNI-Dome Classic earned her the first Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors for the 2010 season where she recorded a .462 average, with six hits, two doubles and two RBI…ranked 15 in the country for doubles per game averaging 0.35…ended her rookie season among the best in the A-10 Regular Season in four categories: first in doubles (19) and fourth in hits (58), batting average (.347) and total bases (92)…she led the Flyers in batting average (.347), hits (58) doubles (19) and slugging percentage (.551) and was second in runs (34) and home runs (5) including a grand slam in her last at bat of the season... also earned the team’s Rookie of the Year award…named to the 2009 Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Fall Honor Roll.

PRIOR TO UD 2009 All-State First Team selection by the ICGSA...member of the Indiana All Star Team...also a 2008 All-State Second Team by the ICGSA... member of 2007 and 2006 all-district teams... chosen first team all-conference in the HCC for four years...chosen First Team All-Hamilton County for four years...chosen Hamilton County Player of the Year...a fouryear member of Indianapolis Star’s All North Team...member of the Indianapolis Star Super Team for three years... chosen Indianapolis Star’s Freshman of the Year...four-year varsity letter winner...member of Hamilton Southeastern High School Hall of Fame.. was named team captain... key member of Hamilton Southeastern Royals Softball Team who finished the season undefeated (31-0) and won the 4A State championship title... was an honor roll student and member of the National Honor Society...also played for the Indy Edgeand the 18U Indy Dreams Gold, which qualified and participated in the 2009 ASA Gold Nationals in Oklahoma City. PERSONAL Daughter of Mark and Aliceann Maloof...has two sisters Malorie and Madison...has a brother, Matthew who plays basketball for DePauw University...born December 26th,1990...majoring in accounting.

CAREER STATS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .347 55 55 167 34 58 19 0 5 33 92 .551 6 TOTAL .347 55 55 167 34 58 19 0 5 33 92 .551 6

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3 17 0 .376 2 7 4 7 65 3 2 .971 3 17 0 .376 2 7 4 7 65 3 2 .971

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#4 | ALICIA NICHOLS CLASS.......................................... > SENIOR

HOMETOWN...................... > NEWARK, OH

POSITION................................. > OUTFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL.......... > NEWARK CATHOLIC

B/T..................................................... > L/R

2010 Appeared in 47 games…went 3-for-3, with 2 RBI and 1 run against South Dakota in the UNI-Dome Classic…had the third most stolen bases on the team with 6 including two against Holy Cross…against St. Bonaventure went 2-for-3, crossing the plate both times…named to the 2009 Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Fall Honor Roll. 2009 Registered 37 starts in left field with 44 total appearances... had a .208 batting average boosted by a 4-for-6 performance in the last three games of the season...she went 2-for-3 with a stolen base against Charlotte...started the season with a 1-for-1 effort at the UNI-Dome Classic against the Big 12 Conference’s Nebraska, a 2009 NCAA qualifier...swiped six bases on the year, including a career-best two stolen bases against Ohio...softball representative on the Flyer All-Academic Team, comprised of the student-athletes who earned the highest GPA on their respective team...named to both the 2008 Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Fall and 2009 Spring Honor Rolls.

2008 Appeared in 35 games and scored nine runs...started in two games...used primarily as a pinch runner, she stole three bases in four attempts...earned a spot on the 2008 Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Spring Honor Roll. PRIOR TO UD In 2005, named first team all-district and second team allleague...also earned the team’s Best Offensive Player award... in 2006, earned second team all-district honors...was a first team all-district and all-league selection her senior year...in addition, was named second team All-Advocate and voted team MVP...academically, she was a member of the National Honor Society and was an Academic All-Ohio. PERSONAL Daughter of Lynne and Mike Nichols...born December 18, 1988...majoring in Business Leadership.

CAREER STATS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2008 .000 35 2 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 3 4 2 0 1 .667 2009 .208 44 37 77 9 16 1 0 0 1 17 .221 1 2 18 0 .238 0 6 6 8 34 2 5 .878 2010 .196 47 28 51 13 10 0 0 0 2 10 .196 0 1 20 0 .212 0 5 6 9 50 3 3 .946

TOTAL .200 126 67 130 31 26 1 0 0 3 27 .208 1 3 38 0 .224 0 11 15 21 86 5 9 .910

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#6 | CARLYN HARLOW CLASS................................. > SOPHOMORE

HOMETOWN...................... > DUPONT, WA

POSITION..................................... > INFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL.................... > STEILACOOM

B/T..................................................... > L/R

2010 Started 47 games and saw action in 51 games…on three separate occasions went 2-for-3 against Youngstown State, Akron and Wright State…recorded the second most assists with 85 including seven games with four or more…named to the 2009 Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Fall Honor Roll... awarded A-10 Scholar-Athlete Award...made the Dean’s List during the Spring term.

PERSONAL Daughter of Cary and Liz Harlow...has a sister Brooke Johnson...majoring in civil engineering.

PRIOR TO UD A team captain at Steilacoom her junior and seniors years...a three-time All-Nisqually League selection...led her team to a fifth place finish in the state in 2008...was also was a four-year varsity letterwinner in soccer at Steilacoom High School in Washington...played club ball for the Washington Ladyhawks Gold and was named the Washington Ladyhawks Offensive MVP in 2007...was a four-year member of National Honor Society and Principal’s Honor Roll at Steilacoom. CAREER STATS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .167 51 47 102 6 17 0 0 0 1 TOTAL .167 51 47 102 6 17 0 0 0 1

17 .167 5 17 .167 5

1 40 0 .213 0 3 3 5 58 85 25 .851 1 40 0 .213 0 3 3 5 58 85 25 .851

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#7 | SHELBY POHLMAN CLASS................................. > SOPHOMORE

HOMETOWN......................... > OLATHE, KS

POSITION................................. > OUTFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL................. > OLATHE SOUTH

B/T..................................................... > L/R

2010 Entered 41 games primarily as a pinch runner…had a .222 batting average and scored 10 runs…she had two stolen bases…tallied a hit, stolen base and run against George Washington in Dayton’s finale.

PERSONAL Daughter of Daniel and Sandra Pohlman...has a sister Taylor and a brother Ty...majoring in business and marketing.

PRIOR TO UD An All-City selection her sophomore and junior campaigns... earned First Team All-Sunflower League honors and was named the Defensive Player of the Year...played for the 18U KC Zephyrs Gold travelling team that finished as runnersup at the 2008 NAFA National Tournament...second player Coach Clark has signed from Kansas; current UD freshman Sarah Wedel is from Salina, Kansas. CAREER STATS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .222 41 0 9 10 2 0 0 0 0 2 .222 0 0 3 0 .222 0 1 2 4 1 0 0 1.000 TOTAL .222 41 0 9 10 2 0 0 0 0 2 .222 0 0 3 0 .222 0 1 2 4 1 0 0 1.000

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#8 | RACHEL ARCHER CLASS.................................... > FRESHMAN

HOMETOWN.......... > FLOWER MOUND, TX

POSITION................................. > OUTFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL.............. > FLOWER MOUND

B/T.................................................... > S/R

PRIOR TO UD Two-time District 6-5A Honorable Mention...Played for Fort Worth Batbusters Gold Team that was crowned 2009 NFCA Elite Champions...Helped Flower Mound to a 20-7-2 record which was tied for the best record in District 6-5A. PERSONAL Daughter of Tim and Linda Archer...Has one brother Tim (19)...Majoring in criminal justice...Helped raise money for ovarian cancer research...Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Circle Ranch and a local nursing home.

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#10 | ALYSHA ISAACSON CLASS.................................... > FRESHMAN

HOMETOWN................ > CHULA VISTA, CA

POSITION.................................... > PITCHER

HIGH SCHOOL............................. > HILLTOP

B/T..................................................... > L/L

PRIOR TO UD San Diego Union –Tribune All-Academic Team in her senior season...2010 California Interscholastic Federation Second Team All-Section...First Team All-Mesa League in 2010 and 2009...Two-year team captain and MVP...2009 Mesa League “Athlete of the Year”...2009 CIF-SDS Div. II First Team... Threw a perfect game as a freshman for Marian Catholic High School on May 11, 2007...2007 Spring Pepsi-Cola MVP Award..2007 South Bay League First Team selection... Was Marian Catholic’s MVP as a freshman...Helped CASE Batbusters to ASA/USA Gold Nationals in 2010 with three shutouts to earn a berth into the Nationals.

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PERSONAL Daughter of Duane O’Brien and Ann Isaacson...Has two sisters Kaela (19) and Lillian (22)...Majoring in criminal justice.


#11 | AMANDA DALY CLASS................................. > SOPHOMORE

HOMETOWN................... > JOHNSBURG, IL

POSITION.................................... > PITCHER

HIGH SCHOOL..................... > JOHNSBURG

B/T.................................................... > R/R

2010 Started 15 games with 35 appearances…lowest team ERA 4.37 and a team high 72 strike outs…tied Dayton’s single season saves record with 3 saves…in a three game stretch (IUPUI and St. Bonaventure doubleheader) had a 0.54 ERA, with only one earned run and seven strike outs…pitched 10 complete games throughout the season…was voted the team’s Most Improved Player.

PRIOR TO UD A two-time MVP for Johnsburg High School who also played travel ball for Lake County Liberty...was named to the Northwest Herald All-Area Team in 2007 and 2008... led Johnsburg to back-to-back Regional Championships in 2007 and 2008...during her seven years playing club ball she has received numerous tournament MVP awards; named a USSSA All-Tournament Pitcher in 2007 and followed that by being named a 2008 Sparkler All-American All Star...helped her U16 travel team to a fifth place finish at the 2007 ASA Nationals. PERSONAL Daughter of Scott and Debra Daly...has a brother Ryan and a sister Megan.

CAREER STATS YEAR ERA

W

L

APP GS CG SHO CBO SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA

2010 4.37 5 13 35 15 10 1 0 3 118.2 148 104 74 44 72 37 7 16 562 .298 5 5 1 4 12 TOTAL 4.37 5 13 35 15 10 1 0 3 118.2 148 104 74 44 72 37 7 16 562 .298 5 5 1 4 12

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#12 | DANA TROTTA CLASS.................................... > FRESHMAN

HOMETOWN....................... > CHICAGO, IL

POSITION..................................... > INFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL........... > LOYOLA ACADEMY

B/T.................................................... > R/R

PRIOR TO UD First team All-Area in 2009... 2009 Illinois High School Association State Champion...Girls Catholic Athletic Conference Two-Time Champion (’08 and ’09)...Two-Time GCAC All-Conference selection (’08 and ’09)...Received Coaches Award in 2007...Played for Illinois Chill. PERSONAL Daughter of Joe and Carmen Trotta...Has one brother Michael (20)...Majoring in pre-physical therapy. CAREER STATS NO STATS

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#13 | JORDAN JENNINGS CLASS.................................... > FRESHMAN

HOMETOWN.......... > FLOWER MOUND, TX

POSITION..................................... > INFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL.............. > FLOWER MOUND

B/T.................................................... > R/R

PRIOR TO UD First team all-district (District 6-5A) in 2009...Dallas Morning News Player of the Week Honorable Mention in her senior season...Named Second Team All-Area by Dallas Morning News...Hit .388 in her senior season, with seven home runs and 33 RBI...Second team all-district her junior year... Represented Texas Rapid Fire Gold in the ASA Girls 18 and Under National Championship...Helped Texas Rapid Fire Gold to a ninth place finish at the Colorado Fireworks Tournament.

PERSONAL Daughter of Craig and Sharon Jennings...Has two sisters Alex (13) and Kendall (8)...Graduate of Flower Mound High School...Finished in the Top 15 percent of her class and was a member of the National Honor Society...Fellowship of Christian Athletes Leader...Student Council member...Founded The Coloring Club, a service club dedicated to serving local youth in the Flower Mound community...Academic All-District in her junior and senior seasons...Majoring in pre-dentistry.

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#16 | MEGAN BARRETT CLASS.......................................... > JUNIOR

HOMETOWN............ > WEST CHESTER, OH

POSITION..................................... > INFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL................... > LAKOTA WEST

B/T.................................................... > R/R

2010 Appeared in 40 games, mostly as a pinch hitter and started 15 as a second baseman…had her first collegiate double in a 2-for-3 effort against IUPUI. 2009 Appeared in 38 games, mostly as a pinch runner...started 10 games, seeing action at left field and designated player... notched her first collegiate hit in a 1-for-1 effort against Oakland and also drew two walks...scored eight runs, including her first against Northern Iowa at the UNI Dome Classic...named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for 2009 Spring semester.

PRIOR TO UD Played for Lakota West when they advanced to the Ohio Final Four in 2005 and 2006...was named captain at Lakota West her senior season...also served as a captain on her summer select team, the Miami Valley Xpress...was named Tournament MVP of the 2008 Toledo Shootout...nominated for Southwest Underclassman all-Tournament in 2007...was an honors student at Lakota West High School. PERSONAL Daughter of Carole Barrett...has a younger brother Trey, and two older sisters: Amy and Stefanie...born May 13, 1990... Education/Intervention Specialist major.

CAREER STATS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2009 .174 38 10 23 8 4 0 0 0 0 4 .174 3 4 9 0 .367 0 1 1 1 8 2 3 .769 2010 .158 40 15 57 3 9 2 0 0 2 11 .193 1 2 23 0 .200 0 1 1 1 18 17 2 .946 TOTAL .163 78 25 80 11 13 2 0 0 2 15 .188 4 6 32 0 .256 0 2 2 2 26 19 5 .900

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#17 | COURTNEY KUTSULIS CLASS.......................................... > JUNIOR

HOMETOWN.................. > HOMER GLEN, IL

POSITION........... > CATCHER / OUTFIELDER

HIGH SCHOOL...... > LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP

B/T.................................................... > R/R

2010 Played in 49 games and made 47 starts during her sophomore campaign...Caught 16 stealing...Had five RBI on the year... Doubled one and homered twice...Had a multi-hit game against URI on May 1...Homered against Fordham on March 28 and UMass on May 2. 2009 Only freshman to play in all 47 games, which included 45 starts as catcher...closed out rookie season with a .198 batting average, four doubles and three home runs...was voted the Flyers’ Most Improved Player after bettering her batting average of .164 in the first half the season to .227 in the second...nine of her 13 RBI, two of her four doubles and all three home runs came in the second half of the season...first two hits of her collegiate career were doubles; coming against North Dakota and Texas A&M Corpus Christi...smacked first career home run in a 2-for-3 outing against Saint Louis... also belted home runs against St. Bonaventure and Temple... helped keep the Flyers in playoff contention with a grand slam against the Owls that sparked a six-run seventh inning and a 13-8 come-from-behind victory.

Prior to UD Named an Illinois Super 60 Player, Kutsulis was a four year letter-winner at Lockport Township High School...two-time conference champion and two-time captain for the Porters... was an all-conference selection and Third Team all-area pick, in addition to being named to the all-conference Academic Team...member of the Homer Hawks 18U Gold softball club... named to Lockport Township honor roll all through high school...member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honors Society...also an Illinois State Scholar. Personal Daughter of Andrew and Theresa Kutsulis...has three younger siblings, Drew, Zak and Niko...born May 17, 1990...PreDentistry major.

CAREER STATS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2009 .198 47 45 121 10 24 4 0 3 13 37 .306 11 1 27 1 .269 1 2 1 1 130 25 9 .945 2010 .091 49 47 99 6 9 1 0 2 5 16 .162 8 1 29 0 .167 0 3 0 1 172 31 6 .971 TOTAL .150 96 92 220 16 33 5 0 5 18 53 .241 19 2 56 1 .223 1 5 1 2 302 56 15 .960

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#19 | SARAH WEDEL CLASS.......................................... > JUNIOR

HOMETOWN.......................... > SALINA, KS

POSITION.................................... > PITCHER

HIGH SCHOOL................. > SALINA SOUTH

B/T.................................................... > R/R

2010 Started 18 games with 28 appearances…topped her season best in ERA (4.37), wins (6), complete games (5) and strikeouts (52)…in a shut-out against LaSalle registered a career high 6 strike-outs in one game…recorded a save during the first game of the season against UW Green Bay 2009 Became the first freshman in UD history to throw a complete game shutout in first collegiate start, after striking out two and allowing just three hits in Dayton’s 8-0 win over South Dakota State...made 29 appearances with 18 starts and two complete games...struck out 36 and finished with a 6.29 ERA and 4-11 record...fanned a season-high four batters in her start against George Washington...also notched a save after coming in relief in an 8-6 win against La Salle...in two different appearances in relief gave up no runs against Wright State and UMass... named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for 2009 Spring semester.

Prior to UD A standout pitcher at Salina South High School where she holds the single-game record for strikeouts with 21...was a three-time Kansas 5A all-State pitcher, earning the honor from 2006-2008...was a first team all-Arch Valley Chisholm Trail League pitcher four consecutive years and was named Salina South’s MVP in 2007 and 2008...named to the adidas® Top 100 Softball Athletes in 2006... honored with 2008 U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award...also played for the Wichita Mustangs Gold, a nationally renowned club team that consistently sends teams to Nationals. Personal Daughter of Alan and Sandy Wedel...has an older sister Rachel and an older brother Luke...her cousin Ryan Wedel plays basketball at Drake...born June 3, 1990...Sports Science major.

CAREER STATS YEAR ERA

W

L

APP GS CG SHO CBO SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA

2009 6.29 4 11 29 18 2 1 0 1 85.2 135 105 77 60 36 18 4 9 461 .356 8 8 0 3 11 2010 4.37 6 14 28 18 6 1 1 1 113.2 142 107 71 56 52 22 4 8 569 .296 9 19 3 7 7 TOTAL 5.20 10 25 57 36 8 2 1 2 199.1 277 212 148 116 88 40 8 17 1030 .322 17 27 3 10 18

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#20 | LAUREN NACKE CLASS.......................................... > JUNIOR

HOMETOWN............... > GREENWOOD, IN

POSITION..................................... > INFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL................ > CENTER GROVE

B/T.................................................... > R/R

2010 Smacked seven home runs throughout the season which gave her the UD record for career homeruns…against IPFW Nacke crushed two home runs going 2-for-3 and recording three RBI…she started in all 55 games as the designated player… her 26 RBI and 8 doubles were the third highest on the team in each category…was a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen bases…finished the season with a .267 average, which was boosted during the second half of the season when she had a .312 average…had an eight game hit streak late in the season including a 3-for-4 effort against Eastern Kentucky…recorded 9 games with two or more hits and batted above .500 13 times…only 18 games when she didn’t reach base safely at least once.

the third time on April 27 after hitting .529 and slugging 1.182 with three home runs and 11 RBI to lead the Flyers to a 4-2 record on the week...was clutch with bases loaded, batting .600 with three on...hit first collegiate home run on March 31 against IPFW then proceeded to hit a home run in nine of UD’s next 16 games...the home run sparked Nacke to a .404 batting average and .947 slugging percentage in the last half of the season...had a team-best and career-high 5 RBI with the help of two home runs in a 9-2 win over George Washington...hit grand slams against George Washington and St. Bonaventure...in conference only games she was first in the A-10 in home runs (7), third in RBI (20), and fifth in slugging percentage (.696) and total bases (39).

2009 Perhaps one of the most decorated freshmen ever at Dayton... was named the First Team All-Atlantic 10 designated player and also earned a spot on the A-10 All-Rookie Team...she was one of just two freshmen who earned First Team A-10 accolades...voted by teammates as UD’s Rookie of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year...led the Flyers in RBI (30), slugging percentage (.573), home runs (10), grand slams (2) and putouts (204)...three times was named the A-10 Rookie of the Week...first earned Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors on April 6 after hitting four home runs, including a grand slam, and notching 11 RBI...took the honor for the consecutive second week on April 13 after hitting .571 with 9 RBI on three home runs, including her second grand slam...earned it for

Prior to UD Batted over .400 for her high school career...was selected 1st Team All-State and also was voted to play in the 2008 North-South All-Star game for the South...also a 1st team all-MIC selection as a senior...four year letterwinner for the Center Grove High School Trojans... helped lead her team to three Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference titles including a state final four appearance in 2005...led the Indianapolis leader board in batting average with a .435 clip in 2006... also competes on the Indy Edge 18U softball team. Personal Daughter of Mark and Leslie Nacke...has a brother Matt... born May 19, 1990...Business major.

CAREER STATS YEAR AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2009 .282 46 44 117 18 33 4 0 10 30 67 .573 22 1 24 0 .400 0 1 0 0 204 14 6 .973 2010 .267 55 55 150 18 40 8 0 7 26 69 .460 17 1 43 0 .341 2 2 2 2 49 17 5 .930 TOTAL .273 101 99 267 36 73 12 0 17 56 136 .509 39 2 67 0 .368 2 3 2 2 253 31 11 .963

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#21 | KELSI SEIDLITZ CLASS.................................... > FRESHMAN

HOMETOWN............... > LYNNWOOD, WA

POSITION................... > PITCHER/OUTFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL...... > MOUNTLAKE TERRACE

B/T.................................................... > R/R

Prior to UD Four-year letter-winner at Mountlake Terrace...Helped the program to runner-up Washington Interscholastic Activities Association finishes in 2009 and 2010...Captained the Mountlake Terrace Hawks in her senior season...Earned the Mountlake Terrace Coaches Award during the 2008-09 season...Captain for Rainier Jets 18U Gold Team. CAREER STATS NO STATS

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Personal Daughter of Randy and Alissa Seidlitz...Majoring in engineering...Her sister Kori (19) is a sophomore pitcher for South Dakota State.


#22 | JENNA LOPES CLASS.................................... > FRESHMAN

HOMETOWN................... > SOUTHLAKE, TX

POSITION..................................... > INFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL........................... > CARROLL

B/T.................................................... > R/R

Prior to UD Honorable mention all-district in 2010...Named First Team All-District 6-5A in 2009...Led Carroll High School in batting average, extra bases and RBI in 2009...Four-year varsity selection...Academic All-District 6-5A selection for all four seasons... Recipient of the C-Award...Played for Texas Trouble 18U Gold team.

Personal Daughter of Mark and Valerie...Has two brothers, Trevor (19) and Eric (15)...Key Club President...Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and for a Thanksgiving food drive...Undeclared science major...Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

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#23 | KASI VAZQUEZ CLASS.................................... > FRESHMAN

HOMETOWN.................. > COLUMBUS, OH

POSITION.................................. > CATCHER

HIGH SCHOOL............ > UPPER ARLINGTON

B/T.................................................... > R/R

Prior to UD All-Ohio honorable mention in 2009...First Team All-Ohio Central Conference...First Team All-District selection in 2009... Upper Arlington’s 2008 and 2009 Defensive Player of the Year and UA’s 2009 Offensive Player of the Year...Qualified for the ASA Nationals three times, once in the 14U division and twice in the 16U division...Played for the 18U Ohio Valley Extreme. CAREER STATS NO STATS

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Personal Daughter of Roberto and Lori Vazquez...Has one sister McKinly (13)...Majoring in sports medicine.


#26 | BRANDY BROWN CLASS.......................................... > JUNIOR

HOMETOWN...................... > FORTVILLE, IN

POSITION..................................... > INFIELD

HIGH SCHOOL..................... > MT. VERNON

B/T..................................................... > L/R

2010 One of the team’s best offensive players leading in RBI with 37, second for doubles (11), and third for hits (44) and batting average (.286)…eight games with two or more hits…10 games with multiple RBIs including a career best six against Akron when she went 3-for3 with a double and two 3-run home runs…led the Flyers with 96 assists, making that a career best…batted .315 when on the road or at a neutral site and .411 when Dayton won. 2009 Had a strong rookie campaign with 30 hits for a .250 batting average in 42 starts...was second on the team in home runs (4), third on the team in RBI (23) and fourth in slugging percentage (.392), doubles (5) and total bases (47) ...played mostly third base, and also saw time as the designated player...led the Flyers with 95 assists and stellar defense, playing 31 games at third base ...posted a six game hit streak and hit safely in 14 of UD’s last 19 games...had a season-high 4 RBI in Dayton’s 8-6 win over La Salle after hitting a three-run homer...notched 3 RBI in wins over St. Bonaventure and IUPUI...put up 3-for-4 effort in a win over Temple...named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for 2009 Spring semester.

Prior to UD Back-to-back all-County, all-Conference and all-District studentathlete in both 2006 and 2007...named Offensive MVP (2005) and Defensive MVP (2006) for Mt. Vernon High School... named to the Cougar Challenge all-tourney team in 2007... was also a standout volleyball player for Mt. Vernon...member of National Honor Society. Personal Daughter of Brock and Rhonda Brown...has an older sister Brittany Rupley, and an older brother, Zach...born Nov. 29, 1989...majoring in Business Administration.

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W

L

APP GS CG SHO CBO SV

IP

H

R

ER

2009 .250 42 42 120 10 30 5 0 4 23 47 .392 6 2010 .286 55 55 154 6 44 11 0 3 37 64 .416 13 TOTAL .270 97 97 274 16 74 16 0 7 60 111 .405 19

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SO

2B

3B

HR

BF B/AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA

6 32 0 .313 2 4 0 0 44 95 14 .908 0 24 0 .337 2 4 1 1 50 96 21 .874 6 56 0 .327 4 8 1 1 94 191 35 .891

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2010 STATS CUMULATIVE STATS Player AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% Kathleen Maloof .347 55 55 167 34 58 19 0 5 33 92 .551 6 3 17 0 .376 2 7 4 7 65 3 2 .971 Molly Meyer .333 55 55 165 39 55 4 2 2 10 69 .418 18 7 32 0 .421 0 4 34 40 93 7 2 .980 Brandy Brown .286 55 55 154 6 44 11 0 3 37 64 .416 13 0 24 0 .337 2 4 1 1 50 96 21 .874 Megan Lee .274 51 36 117 10 32 4 0 5 20 51 .436 6 1 21 1 .312 1 5 0 1 80 15 2 .979 Lauren Nacke .267 55 55 150 18 40 8 0 7 26 69 .460 17 1 43 0 .341 2 2 2 2 49 17 5 .930 Anne Maci .266 55 55 154 29 41 5 0 4 19 58 .377 16 7 39 0 .362 0 9 14 16 343 31 11 .971 Raime Cronkhite .227 40 24 75 7 17 5 0 0 8 22 .293 6 0 15 0 .284 0 1 1 1 49 43 4 .958 Shelby Pohlman .222 41 0 9 10 2 0 0 0 0 2 .222 0 0 3 0 .222 0 1 2 4 1 0 0 1.000 Alicia Nichols .196 47 28 51 13 10 0 0 0 2 10 .196 0 1 20 0 .212 0 5 6 9 50 3 3 .946 Carlyn Harlow .167 51 47 102 6 17 0 0 0 1 17 .167 5 1 40 0 .213 0 3 3 5 58 85 25 .851 Barrett, Megan .158 40 15 57 3 9 2 0 0 2 11 .193 1 2 23 0 .200 0 1 1 1 18 17 2 .946 Emily Stegeman .095 45 23 74 2 7 1 0 0 6 8 .108 6 1 20 0 .171 1 4 0 0 16 34 5 .909 Courtney Kutsulis .091 49 47 99 6 9 1 0 2 5 16 .162 8 1 29 0 .167 0 3 0 1 172 31 6 .971 Amanda Daly .000 13 6 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 9 30 3 .929 Eva Rappe .000 11 8 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 2 25 0 1.000 TOTALS Opponents

.248 55 55 1376 189 341 60 2 28 169 489 .355 102 25 328 1 .310 8 49 69 89 1058 465 92 .943 .308 55 55 1496 319 461 89 12 45 280 709 .474 157 33 193 2 .383 14 34 84 104 1074 449 69 .957

LOB - Team (299), Opp (359). DPs turned - Team (13), Opp (9). IBB - Team (0), Opp (10). Picked off - LEE 3, MACI 1, DALY 1, NACKE 1. Player Amanda Daly Sarah Wedel Eva Rappe

ERA W L APP GS CG SHO 4.37 5 13 35 15 10 1 4.37 6 14 28 18 6 1 4.94 7 9 35 22 3 1

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4.55 18 36 55 55 19 4 2.66 36 18 55 55 26 12

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SV IP H R ER BB SO 3 118.2 148 104 74 44 72 1 113.2 142 107 71 56 52 1 120.1 171 108 85 57 69

2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK 37 7 16 497 .298 5 5 1 22 4 8 480 .296 9 19 3 30 1 21 519 .329 22 9 2

5 352.2 461 319 229 157 193 89 12 45 1496 .308 36 33 6 2 358.0 341 189 136 102 328 60 2 28 1376 .248 16 25 5

SFA 4 7 3

14 34 8 49

PB - Team (14), Kutsulis 12, LEE 2, Opp (15). Pickoffs - Team (5), Kutsulis 5, Opp (4). SBA/ATT - Kutsulis (78-94), RAPPE (33-40), WEDEL (27-33), DALY (24-31), LEE (6-7).

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2010 RESULTS GAME DATE Feb 12, 2010 Feb 13, 2010 Feb 13, 2010 Feb 14, 2010 Feb 14, 2010 Mar 01, 2010 # Mar 01, 2010 Mar 02, 2010 Mar 2, 2010 Mar 03, 2010 Mar 03, 2010 Mar 05, 2010 Mar 05, 2010 Mar 06, 2010 Mar 06, 2010 Mar 16, 2010 Mar 16, 2010 Mar 19, 2010 Mar 19, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 24, 2010 Mar 24, 2010 * Mar 27, 2010 * Mar 27, 2010 * Mar 28, 2010 * Mar 28, 2010 Mar 31, 2010 Mar 31, 2010 Apr 01, 2010 Apr 01, 2010 * Apr 03, 2010 * Apr 03, 2010 Apr 05, 2010 Apr 05, 2010 * Apr 09, 2010 * Apr 10, 2010 * Apr 11, 2010 * Apr 11, 2010 Apr 13, 2010 Apr 13, 2010 * Apr 17, 2010 * Apr 17, 2010 Apr 18, 2010 Apr 18, 2010 Apr 22, 2010 Apr 22, 2010 * Apr 24, 2010 * Apr 24, 2010 * May 1, 2010 * May 01, 2010 * May 02, 2010 * May 02, 2010 * May 33 07, 2010 * May 08, 2010 () extra inning game

OPPOSING TEAM SCORE at UNI 0-10 L vs North Dakota 2-3 L vs Green Bay W 9-2 vs Valparaiso 1-2 L vs South Dakota W 8-6 vs Holy Cross 7-9 L vs Maine 5-7 L vs Maine 4-7 L vs Valparaiso 1-4 L vs St. Francis W 9-5 vs Holy Cross W 10-9 vs UNC Wilmington W 2-0 at Charleston Southern 1-8 L vs Presbyterian 2-3 L vs UNC Wilmington W 4-3 IPFW 0-2 L IPFW W 3-1 BUTLER 0-9 L BUTLER 0-8 L YOUNGSTOWN STATE W 10-4 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W 5-3 BALL STATE 2-7 L BALL STATE 0-5 L LASALLE W 5-4 LASALLE W 2-0 FORDHAM 0-11 L FORDHAM 3-10 L at Wright State 1-8 L at Wright State 1-1 T at Miami 0-8 L at Miami 0-12 L at Charlotte 0-8 L at Charlotte 1-6 L at Eastern Kentucky W 5-4 at Eastern Kentucky 2-7 L ST. JOSEPHS 1-11 L ST. JOSEPHS 0-6 L TEMPLE W 10-2 TEMPLE 2-6 L at AKRON W 10-2 at AKRON W 4-3 SAINT LOUIS 0-6 L SAINT LOUIS 4-13 L at Marshall 0-7 L at Marshall 2-10 L at IUPUI 6-7 L at IUPUI 1-14 L ST. BONAVENTURE 2-7 L ST. BONAVENTURE W 7-0 at URI 2-3 L at URI W 11-6 at Massachusetts 2-8 L at Massachusetts 4-5 L at George Washington 5-7 L at George Washington W 11-0

R-H-E 0-2-1 2-5-0 9-7-1 1-4-1 8-13-2 7-8-4 5-5-1 4-10-3 1-4-2 9-10-1 10-9-4 2-5-1 1-4-2 2-5-3 4-12-0 0-4-0 3-4-0 0-2-2 0-1-2 10-11-0 5-8-1 2-6-3 0-4-2 5-5-1 2-2-2 0-1-1 3-6-5 1-6-3 1-6-2 0-5-2 0-4-1 0-2-3 1-5-2 5-11-0 2-6-0 1-6-6 0-3-3 10-6-2 2-4-2 10-8-0 4-9-0 0-3-2 4-5-3 0-2-1 2-4-2 6-8-3 1-6-2 2-6-2 7-10-0 2-10-2 11-12-0 2-4-3 4-10-0 5-11-1 11-12-0

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

INNS 5 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 (8) 6 5 6 7 7 7 6 7 5 7 5 7 7 5 7 5 7 5 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 5

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

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

PITCHER OF RECORD RAPPE (L 0-1) DALY (L 0-1) RAPPE (W 1-0) DALY (L 0-2) WEDEL (W 1-0) Daly (L 0-3) Wedel (L 0-1) Wedel (L 1-2) Wedel (L 1-1) DALY (W 1-3) Rappe (W 2-1) Rappe (W 3-1) Daly (L 1-4) Wedel (L 2-4) Daly (W 2-4) Rappe (L 3-2) Wedel (W 2-4) Rappe (L 3-3) Wedel (L 2-5) Rappe (W 4-3) Wedel (W 3-4) Daly (L 2-5) Wedel (L 3-6) Daly (W 3-5) Wedel (W 4-6) Daly (L 3-6) Wedel (L 4-7) Wedel (L 4-8) None Daly (L 3-7) Rappe (L 4-4) Rappe (L 4-5) Wedel (L 4-9) Rappe (W 5-5) Wedel (L 4-10) Wedel (L 4-11) Rappe (L 5-6) Daly (W 4-7) Wedel (L 4-12) Rappe (W 6-6) Wedel (W 5-12) Rappe (L 6-7) Wedel (L 5-13) Daly (L 4-8) Rappe (L 6-8) Daly (L 4-9) Wedel (L 5-14) Rappe (L 6-9) Daly (W 5-9) Daly (L 5-10) Wedel (W 6-14) Daly (L 5-11) Daly (L 5-12) Daly (L 5-12) Rappe (W 7-9)

ATTEND 341 112 121 74 78 - - - - - - 57 115 63 96 92 93 50 50 46 - 36 - 35 35 30 35 164 - 163 191 186 186 100 - - - - - 40 78 - - 233 233 275 115 60 60 79 77 250 250 65 45

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THE PROGRAM

THE STAFF

THE TEAM

SEASON IN REVIEW

THE HISTORY

UD SOFTBALL ALL-TIME ROSTER A Adams, Shayln.........2006-2007 Ahlers, Stacy ................... 1993 Ahlgren, Becky ........1989-1990 Archer, Rachel........... 2011Arnold, Beth ............1985-1988 Austin, Sheila .................. 1989 B Baiardi, Kris .................... 1991 Baldwin, Sarah ........1995-1997 Barney, Angie ..........2001-2004 Barrett, Megan......... 2009Barry, Maureen “Mo” .1989-1990 Beachler, Charity ............. 1994 Beard, Journey ................. 1981 Bergman, Jessica.............. 2005 Bevilacqua, Maria ...1991-1994 Blasgen, Colleen .............. 1993 Boatman, Lori ..........1995-1996 Boomershine, Amy ...1995-1997 Bosticco, Christy .............. 1993 Boulas, Barb .................... 1987 Boulas, Karen .................. 1987 Bowers, Sara ................... 1999 Bramhall, Lindsay ............. 2003 Brierley, Beth ................... 1986 Brown, Angel................... 1990 Brown, Brandy......... 2009Brown, Trudi .................... 1993 Brewer, Kim ..................... 1992 Briggs, Eileen ..........1984-1985 Buer, Kelly ...............1998-2000 Buls, Leah........................ 2008 Burke, Jennifer .........1991-1994 Burnstein, Alisha.......2006-2007 C Campbell, Dana ......2001-2005 Campbell, Shari .......1984-1987 Chaney, Carla .........2001-2003 Christopher, Joy .......1997-2000 Conaway, Angel............... 2005 Cotrill, Julie ..................... 1981 Covey, Stephanie .....1986-1988 Coy, Sharma ...........1991-1994 Crabtree, Blair..........2005-2009 Crecelius, Anne........2004-2005 Cronkhite, Raime......2009-2010 Curnutte, Jodi...........1988-1991

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D Daly, Amanda... 2010-2011 Daniels, Lisa .................... 1981 Davidson, Amy ........1992-1993 Davis, Laurie ...........1990-1993 Deger, Tracy .................... 1986 Dempsey, Terri.................. 1987 Dickinson, Erica ............... 1996 Donka, June .................... 1983 Donnelly, Katie ........1996-1999 Dougherty, Barb .......1982-1985 Dunton, Megan ........1998-2001 E Eggers, Christine.......2005-2007 Eyerman, Jean .........1985-1988 F Falk, Allie.................2008-2009 Feeser, Angela.................. 1994 Fischner, J.J. .................... 1990 Fletcher, Jessica .......2002-2004 Fontaine, Heather ....1996-1998 Fortunato, Karen .............. 1981 Fritsh, Lori........................ 1981 Fritzen, Mary ...........2001-2002 Frost, Lori ................1997-1998 G Galletti, Rochelle .............. 1995 Gates, Christine................ 2007 Gilbert, Janine .........1983-1986 Gocken, Lyndsi.........2008-2009 Grdina, Lisa ............1988-1989 Grim, Julie ..............1996-1999 Gross, Cassie ..........2002-2005 Grozenski, Chelsea...2004-2007 Gue, Megan ...........1995-1997 Gulley, Jennifer ................ 1994 Gurnick, Donna ............... 1994 H Harlow, Carlyn.......... 2010Hart, Jennifer ...........1999-2001 Hatcher, Sara ..........1997-2000 Henry, Collen ..........1984-1987 Hessert, Tara ................... 1984 Hill, Karen ...............1998-2001 Hill, Cathy ....................... 1981 Hinz, Kathy ..................... 1981 Hoheimer, Ashlea ....2001-2003 Holmes, Tracy .................. 1989 Holscott, Jessica .......1994-1997 Horn, Marcia .................. 1988 Hubbs, Melanie .......1987-1990

Huelsman, Kathy .............. 1990 Hutton, Lesley .................. 1995 I Iglesias, Gloria ........1992-1995 Isaacson, Alysha....... 2011Izor, Spencer ...........2002-2004 J Jarzynka, Marlene ........... 1981 Jasnieski, Amanda ........... 1996 Jennings, Jordan....... 2011Jordan, Lindsay ........2001-2005 Jordan, Katie................2006-09 Kalmey, Lee Ann .............. 1988 K Kaminski, Anne ........1984-1987 Keelan, Beth .................... 1981 Kellough, Tamsyn......2004-2007 Kitley, Marybeth ......1999-2000 Koester, Megan .......2001-2005 Kolbusz, Genevieve ......... 1990 Kolbusz, Laura .........1994-1995 Kutsulis, Courtney..... 2009L LaFayette, Erin..........2005-2008 Landis, Gail ..................... 1986 Lange, De De ..........1991-1994 Lanoy, Tesa ..................... 1988 Lee, Megan..............2007-2010 Leet, Tanya ..............1997-2000 Lemmermen, Jami .....1992-1995 Lopes, Jenna............. 2011Lyman, Kelli .............1989-1992 M Maci, Anne..............2007-2010 Maloof, Kathleen........2010 Maguire, Beth .................. 1981 Matejcik, Maria................ 1989 Matthews, Laura.......2005-2008 McCammon, Rachelle.1995-1998 McCann, Megan......1995-1997 McClincy, Heather....1995-1998 McDaid, Anne Marie.1991-1994 McHenry, Amanda............ 2000 Malchow, Ellie..........2004-2007 Mellott, Missy...........1997-2000 Mese, Chikako.........1988-1989 Meyer, Molly............2007-2010 Meyers, Jane.................... 1981 Michalek, Karen............... 1996 Middleton, Peggy.............. 1986

Miller, Susan............1998-1999 Montione, Michele............ 1988 Mucha, Janelle.........2000-2002 Munsey, Monica.......2001-2003 Myher, Melissa.........2003-2006 N Nacke, Lauren.......... 2009Nasca, Mara................... 1981 Nichols, Alicia... 2008-2011 Nowark, Maria........1988-1991 O Obergefell, Louise............. 1981 O’Brien, Katie..........2007-2008 O’Donnell, Peggy.....1983-1986 O’Malley, Ann..........1987-1988 O’Shea, Erin............1998-2001 P Pabst, Lucy...............1990-1993 Parker, Amy.............1982-1985 Patrick, Mary Jane............ 1981 Paulus, Tina...................... 1994 Payne, Jennifer.........1996-1999 Pease, Heidi.............1997-2000 Pfirrmann, Kristen......2003-2005 Piskulic, Lisa.................1995-97 Poeppelman, Anna............ 2002 Pohlman, Shelby.2010-2011 R Rapp, Sheila.................... 1981 Rappe, Eva..............2007-2010 Reilly, Stephanie............... 2000 Rieder, Debbie..........1986-1989 Rizzo, Sara..............1997-2000 Roberts, Katie................... 2003 Rothwell, Sheena......2005-2007 Rotsinger, Jenn..........1997-1998 Roudebush, Tami.......2003-2006 S Sales, Eileen..................... 1981 St. Clair, Shannon.....2002-2005 Scarcella, Amy................. 1994 Schafer, Cortney............... 2005 Scheiderer, Amy.......1993-1996 Schneider, Christine..2006-2007 Schneider, Lauren.....2005-2007 Schrank, Mollie........2006-2008 Schreier, Kelly..........2002-2004 Schwartzkopf, Shelley.1990-1993 Schweizer, Mary.......1983-1986 Seidlitz, Kelsi............ 2011-

Seitz, Carrie.............1988-1990 Schultz, Kathy..........1985-1988 Severins, Lacy...........2006-2007 Sitton, Erin....................... 1996 Skubisz, Mary..........1989-1992 Socha, Marianne.............. 1981 Stake, Dana.............1987-1990 Stegeman, Emily.2008-2011 Stewart, Stacy..........1983-1986 Stopka, Maggie........2006-2007 Studnicka, Laura.......2001-2003 Swisher, Maegan......2001-2005 T Thompson, Allegra............ 1998 Taylor, Paige.................... 1986 Thompson, Jennifer....1998-2000 Thuney, Marcia................. 1981 Toner, Caitlin.................... 1996 Trotta, Dana.............. 2011Tutin, Tiffany..................... 1994 V Vazquez, Kasi........... 2011Vetter, Christina........2003-2006 W Wall, Peggy.............1983-1985 Ward, Tiffany...........2002-2004 Wedel, Sarah............ 2009Weichold, Janell.......1991-1993 Weinheimer, Tracie...2001-2005 Wells, Danya.................... 1990 Weidemann, Erin.............. 2000 Werbrich, Dee [Bowling].1983-1984 Westerheide, Linda...1987-1989 White, Kerry............1999-2002 White, Stephanie.............. 2000 Whitford, Marianne.......... 1981 Williams, Julie.................. 1995 Wright, Valerie.........1984-1987 Z Zajac, Joelle.............1985-1988 Zimmerman, Kary.....1995-1998


SINGLE SEASON RECORDS INDIVIDUAL

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Jodi Curnutte [Eickemeyer] WINS Sara Hatcher SAVES Eva Rappe, Amanda Daly Alysha Isaacson STRIKEOUTS Dana Campbell

RECORD YEAR 1991

BATTING AVERAGE Lauren Nacke

(24)

2000

(3) 2008, ‘10, ‘11 (150)

(10)

2002

2004 2003

2004

INNINGS PITCHED Sara Hatcher

2000

LOSSES Eva Rappe RUNS ALLOWED Erin Lafayette

(221.0) (39) (21)

2008 2009

(127)

2008

(98)

2008

(214)

2008

DOUBLES ALLOWED Dana Campbell

(47)

2002

TRIPLES ALLOWED Kelly Buer

(10)

1999

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED Erin Lafayette HITS ALLOWED Erin Lafayette

PITCHING

RECORD YEAR

RECORD YEAR

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (1.72)

1990

(.403)

2011

HOME RUNS Lauren Nacke

(18)

2011

RUNS BATTED IN Lauren Nacke

(48)

2011

HITS Tanya Leet

(80)

2000

RUNS Molly Meyer

(46)

2009

STOLEN BASES Molly Meyer

(34)

2010

DOUBLES Kathleen Maloof

(19)

2010

DOUBLES ALLOWED (82) 2008

(6)

1993

HOME RUNS ALLOWED (45)

TRIPLES Shelley Schwartzkopf

GAMES STARTED Two tied with (29) Melissa Myher (most recent)

APPEARANCES Erin Lafayette

(0.76)

COMPLETE GAME Two tied with (28) Melissa Myher (most recent) SHUTOUTS Dana Campbell

TEAM

BATTING

PITCHING

WINS WINNING PERCENTAGE

(35) 2000 (.680 • non-Division I)

2000

(.601 • Division I)

2000

SAVES

(5)

STRIKEOUTS

2010, 2011

(279) 2000

COMPLETE GAMES

(46) 2001

SHUTOUTS

(10) 2000

INNINGS PITCHED

(408) 2000

RUNS ALLOWED

(319) 2010

EARNED RUNS

(229) 2010

HITS ALLOWED

(461) 2010

TRIPLES ALLOWED HIT BATSMEN

(21) 1999 2010

(33) 2010

WALKS Two tied with (30) Christine Eggers (most recent)

2006

TOTAL BASES Tanya Leet

(128)

2000

SACRIFICES Mollie Schrank

(19)

2008

RUNS BATTED IN

(195) 2000

STRIKEOUTS Shannon St. Clair

HITS

(461) 2000

(46)

2003

RUNS

(228) 2000

GAMES PLAYED Missy Mellott

BATTING

BATTING AVERAGE HOME RUNS

STOLEN BASES (59)

2000

RECORD YEAR (.276) 2000 (48) 2011

(72) 1996

DOUBLES

(76) 2000

TRIPLES

(18) 1986

WALKS

(128) 2011

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

(.423) 2011

SACRIFICES

(67) 1988

STRIKEOUTS

(300) 2009

AT BATS GAMES PLAYED

(1670) 2000 (59) 2000

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THE STAFF

THE TEAM

SEASON IN REVIEW

THE HISTORY

CAREER BATTING RECORDS GAMES 1 Christopher, Joy 2 Dunton, Megan 3 Mellott, Missy 4 Meyer, Molly 5 Rizzo, Sara 6 White, Kerry 7 Payne, Jennifer 8 Maci, Anne 9 Barney, Angie 10 Hatcher, Sara Gross, Cassie AT BATS 1 Meyer, Molly 2 White, Kerry 3 Barney, Angie Christopher, Joy 5 Gross, Cassie 6 Payne, Jennifer 7 Mellott, Missy 8 Leet, Tanya 9 Maci, Anne 10 Rizzo, Sara RUNS 1 Meyer, Molly 2 Christopher, Joy 3 Leet, Tanya 4 St. Clair, Shannon 5 Gross, Cassie 6 Maci, Anne Eggers, Christine 8 Barney, Angie 9 Nacke, Lauren 10 Zimmerman, Kary STOLEN BASES 1 Meyer, Molly 2 Gue, Megan 3 Christopher, Joy 4 Schrank, Mollie Nichols, Alicia 6 Burke, Jennifer Schwartzkopf, Shelley Maci,Anne 9 Barney, Angie 10 Zimmerman, Kary Hubbs, Melanie

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1997-2000... .360 1984-1987... .359 2010-... .346 2007-2010.. .343 2006-2008... .341 2009-... .317 1994... .314 2000-2001... .300 1995-1997... .298 2005-2007... .295

OME RUNS H 1 Nacke, Lauren 2 Gross, Cassie Mellott, Missy 4 Maloof, Kathleen 5 Crabtree, Blair Brown, Brandy 7 Leet, Tanya 8 Hatcher, Sara Kutsulis, Courtney 10 Maci, Anne Lee, Megan

2009-..... 35 2002-2005...... 16 1997-2000...... 16 2010-...... 14 2005-2008...... 12 2009-...... 12 1997-2000...... 11 1997-2000...... 10 2009-...... 10 2007-2010........ 9 2007-2010........ 9

ITS H 1 Meyer, Molly 2 Leet, Tanya 3 Christopher, Joy 4 Barney, Angie 5 Gross, Cassie 6 Rizzo, Sara 7 Schrank, Mollie White, Kerry 9 Mellott, Missy 10 Maci, Anne

2007-2010.... 197 1997-2000.... 184 1997-2000.... 163 2001-2004.... 157 2002-2005.... 154 1997-2000.... 143 2006-2008.... 142 1999-2002.... 142 1997-2000.... 134 2007-2010.... 131

1997-2000...... 39 1997-2000...... 32 1999-2002...... 31 2002-2005...... 31 2010-...... 29 2007-2010...... 28 1997-2000...... 27 2004-2007...... 27 2007-2010...... 26 2005-2008...... 24 2002-2005...... 24

2007-2010.... 138 1997-2000...... 91 1997-2000...... 87 2002-2005...... 86 2002-2005...... 77 2007-2010...... 75 2005-2007...... 75 2001-2004...... 73 2009-...... 71 1995-1998...... 70

ALKS W 1 St. Clair, Shannon 2 Nacke, Lauren 3 Stegeman, Emily 4 Burke, Jennifer Gross, Cassie Matthews, Laura 7 Leet, Tanya Stake, Dana 9 Iglesias, Gloria 10 Bevilacqua, Maria

OUBLES D 1 Leet, Tanya 2 Mellott, Missy 3 White, Kerry Gross, Cassie 5 Maloof, Kathleen 6 Maci, Anne 7 Hatcher, Sara Kellough, Tamsyn 9 Meyer, Molly 10 Crabtree, Blair St. Clair, Shannon

2002-2005.... 110 2009-...... 59 2008-2011...... 56 1991-1994...... 54 2002-2005...... 54 2005-2008...... 54 1997-2000...... 49 1987-1990...... 49 1992-1995...... 48 1991-1994...... 46

2007-2010...... 66 1995-1997...... 50 1997-2000...... 46 2006-2008...... 26 2008-2011...... 26 1991-1994...... 24 1990-1993...... 24 2007-2010...... 24 2001-2004...... 22 1995-1998...... 21 1987-1990...... 21

ON BASE PERCENTAGE* 1 Campbell, Shari 2 Leet, Tanya 3 Schweizer, Mary 4 Mese, Chikako 5 St. Clair, Shannon 6 Gilbert, Janine 7 Christopher, Joy 8 Nacke, Lauren 9 Stewart, Stacy 10 Meyer, Molly

1984-1987... .453 1997-2000... .439 1983-1986... .435 1988-1989... .425 2002-2005... .423 1983-1986... .422 1997-2000... .420 2009-... .413 1983-1986... .411 2007-2010.. .408

1997-2000.... 200 1998-2001.... 192 1997-2000.... 190 2007-2010.... 1.87 1997-2000.... 185 1999-2002.... 184 1996-1999.... 181 2007-2010.... 179 2001-2004.... 178 1997-2000.... 171 2002-2005.... 171

BATTING AVERAGE* 1 Leet, Tanya 2 Campbell, Shari 3 Maloof, Kathleen 4 Meyer, Molly 5 Schrank, Mollie 6 Nacke, Lauren 7 Gurnick, Donna 8 Weidemann, Erin 9 Gue, Megan 10 Eggers, Christine

2007-2010.... 575 1999-2002.... 574 2001-2004.... 560 1997-2000.... 560 2002-2005.... 534 1996-1999.... 531 1997-2000.... 528 1997-2000.... 511 2007-2010.... 503 1997-2000.... 496

TRIPLES 1 White, Kerry Eyerman, Jean 3 Campbell, Shari 4 Zimmerman, Kary Rieder, Debbie St. Clair, Shannon Eggers,Christine Meyer, Molly 9 Gross, Cassie 10 Stake, Dana Gurnick, Donna Schwartzkopf, Shelley

1999-2002...... 11 1985-1988...... 11 1984-1987...... 10 1995-1998........ 8 1986-1989........ 8 2002-2005........ 8 2005-2007........ 8 2007-2010........ 8 2002-2005........ 7 1987-1990........ 6 1994........ 6 1990-1993........ 6

RUNS BATTED IN 1 Nacke, Lauren 2 Mellott, Missy 3 Leet, Tanya 4 Maci,Anne 5 Crabtree, Blair 6 Brown, Brandy 7 Kellough, Tamsyn 8 Gross, Cassie 9 Maloof, Kathleen 10 Rizzo, Sara SLUGGING PERCENTAGE* 1 Nacke, Lauren 2 Maloof, Kathleen 3 Leet, Tanya 4 Campbell, Shari 5 Gross, Cassie 6 Gurnick, Donna 7 Meyer, Molly 8 Gue, Megan 9 Hatcher, Sara 10 St. Clair, Shannon SACRIFICES 1 Christopher, Joy 2 Schrank, Mollie 3 Barney, Angie 4 Mese, Chikako Stegeman, Emily 6 Hubbs, Melanie 7 Crabtree, Blair Payne, Jennifer Eyerman, Jean Arnold, Beth Brown, Brandy 10 Davis, Laurie *MINIMUM 200 AT BATS

2009-.... 104 1997-2000...... 87 1997-2000...... 85 2007-2010...... 84 2005-2008...... 77 2009-...... 76 2004-2007...... 74 2002-2005...... 73 2010-...... 68 1997-2000...... 66

2009.... 621 2010-... .569 1997-2000..... 517 1984-1987..... 496 2002-2005..... 463 1994-..... 448 2007-2010.... 442 1995-1997..... 423 1997-2000..... 422 2002-2005..... 415 1997-2000...... 50 2005-2008...... 29 2001-2004...... 27 1988-1989...... 25 2008-2011...... 25 1987-1990...... 23 2005-2008...... 22 1996-1999...... 22 1985-1988...... 22 1985-1988...... 22 2009-...... 22 1990-1993...... 20


CAREER PITCHING RECORDS EARNED RUN AVERAGE* 1 Hatcher, Sara 2 Taylor, Paige 3 Hoheimer, Ashlea 4 Hill, Karen 5 Schultz, Kathy 6 Myher, Melissa 7 Campbell, Dana 8 Covey, Stephanie 9 Pease, Heidi 10 Isaacson, Alysha 11 McDaid, Anne Marie WINS 1 Myher, Melissa 2 Hatcher, Sara 3 Campbell, Dana 4 Grozenski, Chelsea 5 Rappe, Eva 6 LaFayette, Erin 7 Pease, Heidi 8 Wedel, Sarah 9 Taylor, Paige 10 Hill, Karen INNINGS PITCHED 1 Myher, Melissa 2 Hatcher, Sara 3 Campbell, Dana 4 Rappe, Eva 5 LaFayette, Erin 6 McClincy, Heather 7 Grozenski, Chelsea 8 Wedel, Sarah 9 Scheiderer, Amy 10 Schultz, Kathy STRIKEOUTS 1 Myher, Melissa 2 Hatcher, Sara 3 Campbell, Dana 4 Rappe, Eva 5 LaFayette, Erin 6 McClincy, Heather 7 Hill, Karen 8 Wedel, Sarah 9 Grozenski, Chelsea 10 Hoheimer, Ashlea

1997-2000.......1.44 1986.......1.61 2001-2003.......1.86 1998-2001.......2.19 1985-1988.......2.27 2003-2006.......2.46 2001-2004.......2.74 1986-1988.......3.04 1997-2000.......3.12 2011-.......3.21 1991-1994.......3.22 2003-2006..........55 1997-2000..........54 2001-2004..........32 2004-2007..........24 2007-2010..........23 2005-2008..........20 1997-2000..........19 2009-..........17 1986..........16 1998-2001..........15

2003-2006.....663.2 1997-2000.....646.1 2001-2004.....554.1 2007-2010.....446.2 2005-2008.....383.0 1995-1998.....341.2 2004-2007.....329.4 2009-.....306.2 1993-1996.....302.2 1985-1988.....274.0

2003-2006........498 1997-2000........435 2001-2004........403 2007-2010........232 2005-2008........205 1995-1998........172 1998-2001........158 2009-........132 2004-2007........122 2001-2003........121

STRIKEOUT-TO-WALK RATIO* 1 Campbell, Dana 2 Hatcher, Sara 3 Hoheimer, Ashlea 4 Myher, Melissa 5 Hill, Karen 6 Scheiderer, Amy 7 Daly, Amanda 8 McClincy, Heather 9 Grozenski, Chelsea 10 Rappe, Eva

2001-2004.......3.88 1997-2000.......3.72 2001-2003.......2.95 2003-2006.......2.78 1998-2001.......2.36 1993-1996.......1.75 2010-.......1.64 1995-1998.......1.51 2004-2007.......1.20 2007-2010.......1.18

STRIKEOUTS PER 7 INNINGS* 1 Campbell, Dana 2 Hatcher, Sara 3 Myher, Melissa 4 Daly, Amanda 5 Hill, Karen 6 Hoheimer, Ashlea 7 LaFayette, Erin 8 Grozenski, Chelsea 9 Rappe, Eva 10 McClincy, Heather

2001-2004.......5.09 1997-2000.......4.71 2003-2006.......4.31 2010-.......4.16 1998-2001.......4.07 2001-2003.......3.95 2005-2008.......3.75 2004-2007.......3.70 2007-2010.......3.64 1995-1998.......3.52

FEWEST WALKS PER 7 INNINGS* 1 Hatcher, Sara 2 Campbell, Dana 3 Scheiderer, Amy 4 Hoheimer, Ashlea Isaacson, Alysha 6 Myher, Melissa 7 Hill, Karen 8 Kolbusz, Laura 9 Grozenski, Chelsea 10 Pease, Heidi

1997-2000.......1.27 2001-2004.......1.31 1993-1996.......1.32 2001-2003.......1.34 2011-.......1.34 2003-2006.......1.56 1998-2001.......1.72 1994-1995.......2.05 2004-2007.......2.12 1997-2000.......2.15

BATTING AVERAGE AGAINST 1 Covey, Stephanie 2 Taylor, Paige 3 Schultz, Kathy 4 Hatcher, Sara 5 Hoheimer, Ashlea 6 Hill, Karen 7 Campbell, Dana 8 Chaney, Carla 9 McClincy, Heather 10 Isaacson, Alysha 11 Myher, Melissa

1986-1988........192 1986........197 1985-1988........219 1997-2000........232 2001-2003........234 1998-2001........252 2001-2004........257 2001-2003........265 1995-1998........269 2011........270 2003-2006........273

*MINIMUM 100 INNINGS PITCHED

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THE PROGRAM

THE STAFF

THE TEAM

SEASON IN REVIEW

COACHING RECORDS Year W L T Pct. Conf Pl W L T COACH SHIRLEY OSWALD 1980 7 9 0 .438 COACH DOUG HAUSCHILD 1981 6 11 1 .361 1982 17 8 0 .680 1983 2 11 0 .153 COACH JERYL NEFF 1984 13 11 0 1985 12 15 0 1986 20 14 0 1987 11 28 0

.542 .444 .588 .282

COACH TERRY PARKS 1988 9 27 0 .250 COACH BECKY DICKE 1989 14 21 0 .400 1990 15 14 0 .517 MCC 3rd 5 3 0 1991 7 32 0 .179 MCC 7th 2 8 0 1992 12 34 0 .261 MCC 7th 0 0 0 COACH DARYL OGG 1993 9 28 0 .243 MCC 6th 2 10 0 1994 6 39 0 .133 1995 6 27 0 .182 COACH JODI EICKEMEYER 1996 15 23 1 .397 A-10 8th 4 9 0 1997 16 27 2 .378 A-10 7th 6 8 1 1998 23 23 0 .500 A-10 3rd 8 6 0 1999 20 36 0 .357 A-10 4th 8 6 0 2000 35 23 1 .601 A-10 3rd 10 4 0 2001 19 31 0 .380 A-10 5th 9 12 0 2002 17 26 0 .395 A-10 5th 11 10 0 2003 23 21 0 .523 A-10 5th 9 7 0 2004 14 35 0 .286 A-10 6th 4 10 0 2005 20 18 1 .526 A-10 5th 8 8 0 2006 18 30 0 .375 A-10 6th 8 12 0 2007 11 30 0 .268 A-10 10th 3 14 0

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COACH CARA LAPLACA 2008 20 31 0 .392 A-10 9th 7 13 0 2009 13 34 0 .276 A-10 8th 7 13 0 2010 18 36 1 .336 A-10 9th 6 14 0 2011 22 26 0 .458 A-10 6th 11 8 0 BY WIN TOTAL Jodi Eickemeyer Cara LaPlaca Jeryl Neff Becky Dicke Doug Hauschild Daryl Ogg Terry Parks Shirley Oswald

YRS W 12 231 4 73 4 56 4 48 3 25 3 21 1 9 1 7

L 323 127 68 101 30 94 27 9

T 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

PCT .418 .366 .452 .322 .455 .183 .250 .438

BY WIN PERCENTAGE Doug Hauschild Jeryl Neff Shirley Oswald Jodi Eickemeyer Cara LaPlaca Becky Dicke Terry Parks Daryl Ogg

YRS W 3 25 4 56 1 7 12 231 4 73 4 48 1 9 3 21

L 30 68 9 323 127 101 27 94

T 1 0 0 5 1 0 0 0

PCT .455 .452 .438 .418 .366 .322 .250 .183

MOST WINS, SEASON 35, 2000 (Jodi Eickemeyer) BEST WIN PERCENTAGE, SEASON .680, 1982 (Doug Hauschild) MOST CONFERENCE WINS, SEASON 11, 2002 (Jodi Eickemeyer) BEST CONFERENCE WIN PERCENTAGE, SEASON .714, 2000 (Jodi Eickemeyer) MOST CAREER WINS 231, Jodi Eickemeyer BEST CAREER WIN PERCENTAGE (MIN. THREE SEASONS) .455, Doug Hauschild (25-30-1)

THE HISTORY


SERIES RECORD VERSUS ALL DIVISION-I OPPONENTS OPPONENT

W L T LAST

OPPONENT

W L T LAST

OPPONENT

W L T LAST

Akron Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Army Ball State Belmont Binghamton Bradley Bowling Green Bucknell Buffalo Butler Campbell Charleston Charleston Southern Charlotte Chattanooga Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Colgate College of Charleston Colorado State Columbia Cornell Creighton Dartmouth Delaware State DePaul Detroit East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Elon Evansville Fairfield Fairleigh-Dickinson Florida Atlantic Florida State Fordham George Mason George Washington Georgia State

4 8 0 2010 1 0 0 2008 0 1 0 2004 0 1 0 2004 3 1 0 2008 0 5 0 2010 1 2 0 2005 0 1 0 2006 1 2 0 2004 1 13 0 2000 1 1 0 2007 1 0 0 2000 18 37 0 2010 0 1 0 1992 4 3 0 1998 1 3 0 2010 0 11 0 2010 0 2 0 2009 13 16 0 2008 1 4 0 1993 3 1 0 2008 0 1 0 2006 0 1 0 2004 2 2 0 2008 0 1 0 2003 0 2 0 1999 0 1 0 2003 1 0 0 1998 0 6 0 1994 4 21 0 1999 0 3 0 2006 0 3 0 1997 9 14 0 2010 6 3 0 2004 0 1 0 2003 4 5 0 1993 1 2 0 2006 2 1 0 2008 1 0 0 1995 0 3 0 2002 17 15 0 2010 1 0 0 1992 9 5 0 2010 0 2 0 2008

Hartford Holy Cross Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Indiana Indiana State IPFW IUPUI Iona Kent State Kentucky La Salle Lafayette Lehigh Liberty Lipscomb Louisiana-Lafayette Loyola-Chicago Maine Manhattan Marshall Marist Massachusetts McNeese State Miami (OH) Michigan State Middle Tennessee State Minnesota Mississippi Valley State Missouri-Kansas City Morehead State Morgan State Mount St. Mary’s Niagara Nicholls State Nebraska Nevada New Mexico State North Carolina North Carolina-Green. North Carolina-Wilm. North Carolina A & T North Dakota North Florida

0 2 0 2008 1 1 0 2010 1 1 0 1989 1 2 0 2000 0 2 0 1992 1 7 0 2009 12 4 0 2010 10 10 0 2010 2 3 0 2006 1 4 0 2000 3 4 0 1999 22 12 0 2010 2 1 0 2006 0 1 0 1995 0 1 0 2004 1 1 0 2005 0 1 0 2001 5 12 0 2009 0 4 0 2010 3 0 0 2008 1 11 0 2010 0 1 0 1996 3 26 0 2010 0 2 0 2001 5 36 0 2010 1 1 0 2003 1 2 0 2005 0 5 0 2009 0 1 0 2007 0 1 0 1994 22 27 1 2009 0 0 0 1 0 0 2002 2 1 0 1996 0 1 0 1994 0 1 0 2009 0 1 0 2004 0 2 0 2002 0 1 0 2003 0 2 0 1997 3 1 0 1998 1 0 0 1998 1 3 0 2010 1 0 0 2006

Notre Dame 3 10 0 1993 Northern Illinois 0 1 0 1988 Northern Iowa 0 3 0 2010 Northwestern 0 1 0 1991 Oakland 0 1 1 2009 Ohio 3 14 0 2009 Ohio State 1 11 0 2004 Penn State 0 1 0 1989 Pennsylvania 2 0 0 2001 Pittsburgh 0 1 0 2009 Presbyterian 0 1 0 2010 Princeton 0 2 0 2009 Providence 0 3 0 1995 Purdue 0 4 0 2004 Radford 2 1 0 1997 Rhode Island 16 16 1 2010 Rider 3 5 0 2007 Robert Morris 1 0 1 2005 Rutgers 0 1 0 2002 St. Bonaventure 19 10 0 2010 St. Francis (NY) 1 1 0 2001 St. Francis (PA) 1 0 0 2010 Saint Joseph’s 9 20 0 2010 Saint Louis 2 11 0 2010 St. Peter’s 1 2 0 2003 Samford 0 1 0 2004 Seton Hall 1 0 0 1996 Siena 1 0 0 1996 South Carolina 0 1 0 1991 South Dakota 1 0 0 2010 South Dakota State 1 1 0 2009 South Florida 0 1 0 1992 Southern Mississippi 0 1 0 2000 Southwest Texas State 1 4 0 2000 Temple 10 21 0 2010 Tennessee-Martin 1 2 0 2006 Tennessee State 2 1 0 2008 Tennessee Tech 1 0 0 2002 Texas A & M 0 2 0 1999 Texas A & M Corpus Christi 0 1 0 2009 Texas State 0 1 0 2004 Texas Tech 0 3 0 2004 Toledo 4 11 0 2008 UNC Wilmington 2 0 0 2010

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Valparaiso Vermont Villanova Virginia Virginia Tech Washington Wagner Western Kentucky Wichita State Winthrop Wisconsin-Green Bay Wright State Yale Youngstown State

3 7 0 2010 0 2 0 2007 0 1 0 1996 0 1 0 1998 4 9 0 2000 0 1 0 1994 2 1 0 2008 0 1 0 2004 0 1 0 1998 2 0 0 2000 2 4 0 2010 26 45 2 2010 0 2 0 2007 5 6 0 2010

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