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Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS

WILMINGTON COLLEGE QUICK FACTS

Schedule ......................................................................... 2 Coaching Staff . ................................................................ 4 Roster ............................................................................ 5 Season Preview ................................................................. 6 Player Profiles . ............................................................. 8-15

Megan Warren, Erika Lee, Olivia Bauer ........................ 8

Kerrie Trautman, Sarah Maraan, Jess Clutter ................ 9

Tabby Biegler, Nikki Tolson, Hillary Daria-White .......... 10

Stacy Lunsford,Catlin Shilling, Jessie Stewart................ 11

Olivia Hutchison, Kaylee Cox, Ashley McCray . ............ 12

Danielle Monnier, Allie Noggle, Sydney Kelly .............. 13

Lina Larsson........................................................... 15

2012-13 Recap .................................................................. 16 2012-13 Stats . .................................................................. 17 Record Book .................................................................... 18 Athletics Staff . ............................................................... 20 Athletic Training .............................................................. 21 About Wilmington ........................................................... 22

Location ........................................... Wilmington, Ohio 45177 Founded ..................................................................... 1870 Religious Affiliation............................ Relig. Society of Friends Nickname ................................................... Fightin’ Quakers Colors ........................................................ Green and White Enrollment ................................................................. 1,200 Field ........................................ Wilmington Softball Complex Conference . .................................................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation......................................................... NCAA Div. III President ........................................................ Jim Reynolds Director of Athletics ...........................................Terry Rupert Office Phone . ................................. 937-382-6661, Ext. 255 Faculty Ath. Rep.................................................. Bill Kincaid Head Coach ........................................................ Beth Floyd Alma Mater .................................... Rio Grande University Office Phone . ................................ 937-382-6661 ext. 652 2013 Record ................................................................20-16 2013 OAC Record ......................................................... 5-13 Campus Web site ............................... www.wilmington.edu Sports Information Sports Info. Director............................ Jayson Ameer Rasheed Office Phone ....................................... 937-382-6661, Ext. 347 Office Fax ...................................................... 937-383-8557 Cell Phone ...................................................... 513-578-9388 E-mail ................................ ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu Web site ................................. www.wilmingtonquakers.com

Wilmington Admissions .................................................... 23 Student Life ................................................................... 24 Where’s Wilmington ........................................................ 26 Ohio Athletic Conference ................................................... 27

The 2014 Wilmington College softball media guide is a mulitpurpose publication of the Wilmington College Sports Information Department. Director of Sports Information: Jayson Ameer Rasheed is in his second season as the director. The WC Sports Information offce is located in Austin Hall, room 303. The office phone number is (937) 3826661 ext. 347. He can also be reached at ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu.

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Coaching Staff Head Coach Beth Floyd Beth Floyd is the all-time winningest fastpitch softball coach in the history of Wilmington College. Wilmington is coming off a school record 20 wins. She is also the school’s Senior Women Administrator and head volleyball coach. Floyd assists the administration of Wilmington’s 21 intercollegiate teams and oversees game management and NCAA compliance. Prior to her arrival on the WC campus, Floyd was the varsity softball coach and athletic director at (Leesburg) Fairfield High School. A 1993 graduate of University of Rio Grande, Floyd compiled a 17173 record at Fairfield High School. Her teams won four Southern Hills League titles, nine sectional championships, two district crowns and made two “Sweet 16” and one “Elite Eight” appearances. She was named SHL coach of the year three times.

Gina Schneider Gina Schneider is in her seventh season as the assistant softball coach at Wilmington College. Coach Schneider has been coaching softball for the past five years. In addition to coaching at Wilmington College, she has also coached a competitive 18U travel team in the summer. She played collegiate softball at Ohio Dominican University. While at ODU, Schneider was an AllAmerican third baseman for the Panthers. Schneider has received many awards throughout her career such as: Region IX Player of the Year, three- time first team all conference, as well as making the all freshman team. In her junior year, she led the nation in home runs. She currently holds 14 offensive records at Ohio Dominican University. At Wilmington College she is in charge of hitting for the Fightin’ Quakers.

Tom Purtell Tom Purtell is entering his 15th season as a Wilmington College assistant softball coach, and in the fall of 2002 served as the interim head softball coach. Purtell brings 45 years of coaching experience to the Wilmington College softball program. For the past 14 years, he has had worked with head softball

coach Beth Floyd. He has been associated with the Fairfield (Leesburg) High School softball program since its inception in 1978. The Lady Lions have won 16 Southern Hills League titles, 27 sectional championships, six district championships, a regional championship, and made a state final four appearance. Purtell has served as Fairfield’s associate head coach for the past 21 years. Purtell was founder, manager and coach of the Leesburg Lady Panthers travel softball program from 2000 to 2010. The Leesburg Lady Panthers program has sent 40 players on to play softball at the collegiate level.

Allan King, Jr. Allan King, Jr. is in his first season as the assistant softball coach at Wilmington. He assists with skill development at practice and development of the game plan. King is also the assistant women’s basketball coach at Wilmington.

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Roster Numerical Roster 2

Megan Warren

So.

OF

R/R

5-7

Grove City, OH / Grove City

3

Erika Lee

Sr.

INF

R/R

5-4

Blanchester, OH / Blanchester

4

Olivia Bauer

Fr.

OF

R/R

5-7

Willard, OH / Willard

5

Kerrie Trautman

Fr.

P

R/R

5-6

Hartville, OH / Field

7

Sarah Maraan

Jr.

UTL

R/R

5-3

Fairfield, OH / McAuley

8

Jess Clutter

Jr.

P

R/R

5-8

Englewood, OH / Northmont

9

Tabby Biegler

So.

INF

R/R

5-8

Columbus, OH / Briggs

10

Nikki Tolson

Sr.

OF

R/R

5-4

Monroe, OH / Lemon-Monroe

11

Hillary Daria-White So.

C/OF

L/L

5-3

Bethel, OH / Felicity-Franklin

12

Stacy Lunsford

Sr.

OF

R/R

5-5

Wilmington, OH / Clinton-Massie

14

Catlin Shilling

Sr.

INF/P

R/R

5-4

Waverly, OH / Waverly

17

Jessie Stewart

So.

INF

R/R

5-1

Fredricktown, OH / Highland

18

Olivia Hutchison

Sr.

C/DH

R/R

5-9

Mason, OH / Mason

19

Kaylee Cox

Sr.

UTL

R/R

5-7

Elgin, OH / Elgin

20

Ashley McCray

Fr.

1B

R/R

5-9

Vandalia, OH / Butler

21

Danielle Monnier

Sr.

P

R/R

6-0

Houston, OH / Houston

22

Allie Noggle

Jr.

UTL

L/R

5-2

Ashville, OH / Teays Valley

23

Sydney Kelly

Fr.

C/OF

R/R

5-6

Cincinnati, OH / Sycamore

25

Lina Larsson

Sr.

1B

L/L

6-2

Skovde, Sweden / Kavelbrogymnasiet

27

Abby Jude

So.

OF

R/R

5-6

Lancaster, OH / Fairfield Union

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Season Preview

For years the Wilmington College softball program has been building up to this year as they have eight seniors that are starved to leave its mark on the program by lifting the Fightin’ Quakers to their first Ohio Athletic Conference tournament appearance.

plays with her whole heart, and she is a very gifted young lady with her arm strength and quickness. Catlin has been dedicated and worked hard through these four years, and has really developed into one of the best players in the Ohio Athletic Conference.”

“One of our strengths is the versatility we have between players,” said Wilmington head coach Beth Floyd. “So it’s going to allow us to do some different things, both defensively and offensively. In the past, we kind got locked in and we didn’t have that flexibility so we just had to power through some times. This year I am excited about that versatility.”

Potentially providing protection in the lineup will be Hutchison and senior Kaylee Cox (Elgin, OH/Elgin), who returns after missing last season. Hutchison literally played herself in at-bats early in the season with a stretch in which she recorded hits in seven of eight games after only have two at-bats over the first six games. She finished with a .333 batting average with two homeruns and nine RBI. Cox hit .270 with three homeruns and 13 RBI as a sophomore in 2012.

A season after setting a school record for most wins in a season, its time to make a move up the OAC ladder. The seniors are yearning for more. “The senior class is truly a special class,” said Floyd. “It’s made up of eight very good ballplayers that are passionate about the game. They are passionate about the program and doing what it takes to win. Largely because of those eight individuals, we were able to form a team and turn that team into a program.” Three of those eight seniors – Catlin Shilling (Waverly, OH/Waverly), Olivia Hutchison (Mason, OH/Mason) and Stacy Lunsford (Wilmington, OH/Clinton-Massie – are returning after leading the Fightin’ Quakers at the plate. Despite not earning any Ohio Athletic Conference honors, Shilling returns for her final season as an NFCA Central Region honoree. Shilling led the team in doubles (10), homeruns (10), slugging percentage (.777) and on-base percentage (.479). Her 10 homeruns were tied for second in the Ohio Athletic Conference. The third baseman is also the school’s all-time leader in homeruns. “Catlin Shilling is a tremendous ballplayer,” said Floyd. “She leads our team both offensively and defensively. She

While the exact make-up of the lineup isn’t known, there are some decisions almost made about some personnel. Sophomore Megan Warren (Grove City, OH/Grove City) was the one of three players to start in all 36 games, and has the inside track to return to the outfield. Senior Stacy Lunsford (Wilmington, OH/Clinton-Massie) will return to the outfield spot she has patrolled the last three years. Lunsford has been a force at the top of the order for the Fightin’ Quakers. She was second on the team with 23 runs scored, and hit .325 on the season. Warren struggled offensively for most of the season, but rebounded to record a hit in nine of the last 12 games to hit .244 on the season with 16 runs scored and nine RBI. Who will be joining them in the outfield is pretty much a toss-up as a plethora of players will have a chance to claim the spot. In the fray will be senior Erika Lee (Blanchester, OH/Blanchester), senior Nikki Tolson (Monroe, OH/Lemon Monroe), sophomore Hillary Daria-White (Bethel, OH/Felicity-Franklin), freshman Olivia Bauer (Willard, OH/Willard) and freshman Kerrie Trautman (Hartfield, OH/Field). “Our outfield really impresses me on how much ground

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Season Preview

the cover, and how well they work together,” said Floyd. “One of the things that makes this team so special is that we have tremendous pitching. However, our outfield protects them well by covering a lot of ground. One thing they do particularly well is taking away bloop hits from the slappers. We do an outstanding job of not letting the soft stuff drop. We don’t want any table setters on, and our outfield in conjunction with our pitching does that.” While 66 percent of the outfield appears to set, the infield is far from decided. Shilling is the only player that has fully solidified a position. Junior Allie Noggle (Ashville, OH/Teays Valley) started all 36 games at second base and appears on the way to securing the position. A slapper, Noggle hit just .250 with 16 runs scored and six RBI. Lee, who spent the majority of 2013 at first base, will face competition from freshman Ashley McCray (Vandalia, OH/Butler) and senior Lina Larrson (Skovde, Sweden / Kavelbrogymnasiet). Lee was outstanding at the plate early in the season, but struggled in Ohio Athletic Conference action. She finished the hitting .241 with two homeruns and 11 RBI. Sophomore Jessie Stewart (Fredericktown, OH/Highland), who appears to be the heir apparent at third base in 2015, will compete for some at-bats, possibly at shortstop. Sophomore Tabby Biegler (Columbus, OH/Briggs), who is in her first season playing softball, is joining the competition in the middle infield. “Our infield is a combination of experience and youth, and it making for a very exciting season and for the future,” said Floyd. “The older players have been tremendous in helping the younger players adapt to the college style of play.”

gle-season records in wins (12), ERA (1.45) and strikeouts (122). She enters her senior season as the school’s career record holder with 24 wins and 305 strikeouts. “Danielle is truly a special individual,” said Floyd. “She is an outstanding pitcher and an even better person. So when you combine her hard work and athletic ability, you are going to end up with an answer that equals success. She has meant so much to this team and she has taken pride in herself to get better; not only every year, but also every day. She means a tremendous amount to our team. Her teammates utterly trust her, and they know she will always have then in a position to win.” She will be joined in the circle this season by junior Jess Clutter (Englewood, OH/Northmont) and freshman Kerrie Trautman (Hartville, OH/Field). Clutter, whose availability could be limited, finished the season 6-9 with a 4.37 ERA. “Kerrie is going to have a tremendous career here at Wilmington College,” said Floyd. “She is very technically sound, and understands the art of pitching. Kerrie is going to be a good asset for us.” Helping the pitchers navigate the rigors of a tough nonconference schedule and a tougher OAC slate will be a trio of catchers led by Hutchison. Freshman Sydney Kelly (Cincinnati, OH/Sycamore) and Daria-White will also spend time behind the plate. “This year we have a mix of experience and youth behind the plate, and the catchers looked really good this fall,” said Floyd. “I am very pleased to see the relationship they are developing with the pitchers.”

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Player Profiles #3 Erike Lee

#2 Megan Warren

Sr. l INF l R/R Blanchester, OH Blanchester

So. l OF l R/R Grove City, OH Grove City

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted a small campus and to continue being a student-athlete.

Fr. l OF l R/R Willard, OH Willard

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to be a part of the Athletic Training program and to play softball.

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YR AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2013 .250 92 16 23 3 1 0 11 28 Total .250 92 16 23 3 1 0 11 28

#4 Olivia Bauer

YR 2011 2012 2013 Total:

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AVG AB R .246 65 6 .260 77 9 .248 113 9 .251 255 24

H 16 20 28 64

2B 3 3 6 12

3B 1 0 0 1

HR 0 1 2 3

RBI 5 13 12 30

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE of the small, homey campus and the agriculture program.

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SB 21 26 40 87

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Player Profiles #5 Kerrie Trautman Fr. l P l R/R Hartville, OH Field

#8 Jess Clutter

#7 Sarah Maraan

Jr. l P l R/R Englewood, OH Northmont

Jr. l P l R/R Fairfield, OH McAuley

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to get away from the Artic Tundra, but it followed me. Also to get an education and play softball.

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE the Athletic Training program was exceptional and to be softball.

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YR 2012 2013 Total:

AVG AB .000 1 1.000 1 .500 2

R 0 0 0

H 2B 3B 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

HR 0 0 0

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RBI 0 1 1

SB 0 1 1

2012 2013 Total

ERA W-L APP IP R ER BB K 3.79 7-13 22 122.0 79 66 37 69 4.37 6-9 17 89.2 83 56 31 55 4.04 13-24 39 211.2 162 122 68 124

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Player Profiles #9 Tabby Biegler So. l INF l R/R Columbus, OH Briggs

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to major in Sport Management and to play multiple sports.

#11 Hillary Daria-White

#10 Nikki Tolson

So. l C/OF l L/L Bethel, OH Felicity-Franklin

Sr. l OF l R/R Monroe, OH Lemon-Monroe

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE it was close to home and I wanted to play softball.

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE its a home away from home.

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YR 2011 2012 2013 Total

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AVG .143 .273 .286 .254

AB 14 11 42 67

R 2 1 3 6

H 2 3 12 17

2B 0 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 0 7 8

SB 2 3 12 17

YR AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2013 .286 21 7 6 2 0 0 4 8 Total .286 21 7 6 2 0 0 4 8

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Player Profiles #12 Stacy Lunsford Sr. l OF l R/R Wilmington, OH Clinton-Massie

#14 Catlin Shilling Sr. l INF l R/R Waverly, OH Waverly

#17 Jessie Stewart So. l INF l R/R Fredericktown, OH Highland

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to pursue my Chemistry and Religion & Philosophy degree and play softball.

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to pursue a degree a degree regarding sports and to play softball.

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE of the math program and to play softball.

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YR 2011 2012 2013 Total

AVG AB R H 2B .304 92 12 28 6 .300 120 21 36 9 .325 114 23 37 5 .310 326 56 101 20

3B 0 1 0 1

HR 0 1 0 1

RBI 6 12 12 30

SB 34 50 14 98

YR 2011 2012 2013 Total: 168

AVG AB R .282 78 9 .324 111 22 .388 103 26 .336 292 57

H 22 36 40 98

2B 6 9 10 25

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 2 3 10 15

RBI 15 15 25 55

SB 34 54 80

YR AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB 2013 .167 12 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 Total: .167 12 1 2 0 0 0 0 2

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Player Profiles #19 Kaylee Cox

#18 Olivia Hutchison

Sr. l UTL l R/R Elgin, OH Elgin

Sr. l DH/C l R/R Mason, OH Mason

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to help turn the softball program around.

AVG .400 .364 .333 .342

AB 5 11 60 76

R 0 1 5 6

H 2 4 20 26

2B 0 1 3 4

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 2 2

RBI 1 2 9 12

Fr. l 1B l R/R Vandalia, OH Butler

I CHOSE WILMINGTON I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE of prayer and my best BECAUSE I wanted to play softfriend from high school also came. ball and to study Athletic Training.

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YR 2011 2012 2013 Total

#20 Ashley McCray

SB 2 5 29 36

YR 2011 2012 Total

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AVG .340 .270 .310

AB 47 37 84

R 3 5 8

H 16 10 26

2B 1 1 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 2 3 5

RBI 13 13 26

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SB 23 20 43

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Player Profiles #22 Allie Noggle

#21 Danielle Monnier Sr. l P l R/R Houston, OH Houston

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to get a quality education and to play softball.

ERA W-L APP IP R ER BB K 6.11 4-9 18 88.1 74 60 38 72 3.33 8-10 25 126.0 69 60 57 111 1.45 12-7 26 135.1 49 28 45 122 2.98 24-25 69 349.6 192 148 140 305

Fr. l C/OF l R/R Cincinnati, OH Sycamore

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to pursue a degree in nursing and play softball.

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to study Athletic Training and play softball.

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#23 Sydney Kelly

Jr. l OF l L/R Ashville, OH Teays Valley

YR 2012 2013 Total

AVG AB R .333 78 8 .250 116 16 .284 194 24

H 26 29 55

2B 2 0 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 4 6 10

SB 5 29 34

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Player Profiles #25 Lina Larsson Sr. l 1B l L/L Skovde, Sweden Kavelbrogymnasiet

I CHOSE WILMINGTON BECAUSE I wanted to earn a degree in Sport Management and to play softball.

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YR 2011 2012 2013 Total:

AVG .333 .000 .000 .200

AB 6 4 0 10

R 1 0 0 1

H 2B 3B 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

HR 1 0 0 1

RBI 1 0 0 1

SB 5 0 0 5

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2013 Recap

The softball team turned in the best fastpitch season in school history, recording a school-record 20 wins and posting the first winning season. They finished the season 20-16. “We had a good season, the team worked extremely hard and their hard work paid off,” said head coach Beth Floyd. “The team was committed to getting better everyday, their investment into our program is outstanding.” Junior Danielle Monnier became only the second WC player to earn first-team All-OAC honors after establishing single-season school records in three different categories. She won her first six starts and finished with 12 victories. Monnier added 122 strikeouts with an ERA of 1.45. She allowed two earned runs or less in 14 of her 18 starts and registered four one-hitters this season. Following a stellar junior campaign, Monnier already holds two Wilmington career records with 305 strikeouts and 24 victories. She was named the 2013 Female Student-Athlete of the Year by her peers during the recent WESPYs. For the second straight season, senior Brooke Byrne earned honorable mention honors from the OAC. Byrne has been a consistent force in the middle of the Lady Quakers’ lineup. She recorded at least one hit in 27 of the team’s 35 games, including a career-long stretch of 16 straight. The 15 doubles she recorded last season is a single-season record, while her 31 career two-base hits are a WC career high. Her 86 runs scored established a new career mark in the category, while her 10 career homeruns has her tied for second behind junior Catlin Shilling. Shilling earned third team All-Central Region after leading the team in doubles (10), homeruns (10), slugging percentage (.777) and on-base percentage (.479). Her 10 homeruns were tied for second in the Ohio Athletic Conference. The third baseman is also the school’s all-time leader in homeruns. 2014 Wilmington College Softball n www.WilmingtonQuakers.com


2013 Statistics

2013 Wilmington College Softball Overall Statistics for Wilmington (as of Dec 20, 2013) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 20-16 Player

avg gp-gs

6 Brooke Byrne 14 Catlin Shilling 18 Olivia Hutchison 12 Stacy Lunsford 11 Kelsey Becker 10 Nikki Tolson 1 Megan Rachford 22 Allie Noggle 2 Megan Warren 3 Erika Lee -------------------7 Sarah Maraan 23 Emily Phipps 21 Danielle Monnier 15 Hillary Daria-White 8 Jess Clutter 20 Alexis Smith 17 Jessie Stewart 26 Haylee Cooper 27 Abby Jude 25 Lina Larsson 13 Katie McDevitt 24 Heather Kot

.393 .388 .333 .325 .304 .286 .273 .250 .250 .248

35-35 34-34 25-20 35-35 34-32 23-13 33-32 36-36 36-36 36-36

1.000

2-0

1.000

1-0

.500 .286 .200 .200 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

1-0 21-9 7-5 15-1 10-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 14-0 3-0

ab

r

122 103 60 114 79 42 88 116 92 113

23 26 5 23 9 3 12 16 16 9

1 1 2 21 15 10 12 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 1 7 2 5 1 0 0 0 5 0

Home: 5-7 h

2b 3b hr

48 9 40 10 20 3 37 5 24 6 12 0 24 5 29 0 23 3 28 6 1 1 1 6 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Away: 7-7 rbi

tb slg%

2 5 26 76 0 10 25 80 0 2 9 29 0 0 12 42 0 0 7 30 0 0 7 12 0 1 10 32 0 0 6 29 1 0 11 28 0 2 12 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 1 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Neutral: 8-2 bb hp

.623 7 .777 17 .483 4 .368 6 .380 6 .286 6 .364 4 .250 3 .304 6 .354 4

1 1.000 2 2.000 2 1.000 8 .381 6 .400 2 .200 2 .167 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

OAC: 5-13

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

po

a

e fld%

0 1 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 2

6 11 8 10 13 3 18 16 9 17

.426 .479 .412 .355 .353 .367 .309 .275 .300 .281

54

60

14 .891

25

69

7 .931

18

2

1 .952

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 6 1 2 5 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 3 0 2 0 3 3 8 0 9 1 4 1 0 0 9 1 13 2 4

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

0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .500 0 .375 0 .250 0 .200 1 .167 0 .000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

35

1

2 .947

191

23

3 .986

7

0

0 1.000

24

1

5 .833

70

63

9 .937

38

0

3 .927

232

9

12 .953

0

0

0 .000

0

0

0 .000

8

28

9 .800

21

1

2 .917

4

24

3 .903

2

0

0 1.000

3

4

1 .875

0

0

0 .000

0

0

0 .000

0

0

0 .000

0

0

0 .000

0

0

0 .000

Totals

.303

36

993 163 301

51

3 21 137 421

.424

67 12 125

2

.352

8 58 21-24

732 285

71 .935

Opponents

.265

36

974 149 258

38

4

.340

81 10 194

0

.325

9 33 26-36

727 299

57 .947

9 123 331

LOB - Team (249), Opp (227). DPs turned - Team (9), Opp (12). IBB - Team (2), Brooke Byrne 1, C. Shilling 1, Opp (2). Picked off - M. Warren 1, Daria-White 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

21 Danielle Monnier 14 Catlin Shilling 8 Jess Clutter -------------------3 Erika Lee

w-l

1.45 12-7 3.73 2-0 4.37 6-9 10.50

0-0

app gs

cg

sho

h

r

er

26 18 17 7 1 1 17 17 4

5/0 0/0 0/0

2 135.1 110 0 15.0 23 0 89.2 116

49 10 83

28 8 56

1

sv

ip

so

2b

3b

45 122 3 17 31 55

bb

15 3 20

3 0 1

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

2 0 6

.220 7 .329 2 .302 14

4 2 3

0 0 0

4 21 0 2 3 10

0

0

0/0

0

4.0

9

7

6

2

0

0

0

1

.474

1

0

2

0

Totals

2.81

20-16

36 36

22

5/0

2

244.0

258

149

98

81

194

38

4

9

.265

23 10

0

0

9

33

Opponents

3.24

15-20

36 36

18

3/0

1

242.1

301

163

112

67

125

51

3

21

.303

31 12

0

8

58

PB - Team (5), K. Becker 2, Daria-White 2, O. Hutchison 1, Opp (4). Pickoffs - Team (1), O. Hutchison 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT K. Becker (20-27), Monnier (13-17), Jess Clutter (12-16), Daria-White (5-6), C. Shilling (1-3), O. Hutchison (1-2).

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Record Book SEASONAL RECORDS Batting Average (45 ABs) .466 .463 .455 .413 .407 .406 .406 .404 .398 .396

Stacy Bender Kendra Losey Jen Aldredge Jen Aldredge Kerri Cunagin Cory Sheets Jamie Jacobs Kelli Howard Vicki Zunis Cory Sheets

21-of-45 38-of-82 41-of-90 19-of-46 37-of-91 56-of-138 27-of-91 17-of-42 45-of-113 40-of-101

At Bats (Minimum 100)

138 Cory Sheets 2008 134 Brooke Byrne 2012 127 Franny Spangler 2008 127 Krysti George 2000 122 Brooke Byrne 2013 121 Dana LaCoste 2008 120 Stacy Lunsford 2012 117 Vicki Zunis 2000 116 Allie Noggle 2013 116 Stacey Longshore 2000

Hits (Minimum 30) 56 49 48 45 45 42 41 41 40 40 40

Cory Sheets Brooke Byrne Brooke Byrne Michelle Walther Vicki Zunis Cory Sheets Kelly Blanton Jen Aldredge Catlin Shilling Cory Sheets Stephanie Pratt

2008 2012 2013 2000 1999 2010 1999 1994 2013 2009 2004

Doubles (Minimum 7)

15 Brooke Byrne 14 Christy Springer 12 Erin Donahoe 11 Maria Raver 10 Catlin Shilling 10 Vicki Zunis 10 Sheena Smith 10 Tracy Whitaker 10 Jamie Jacobs

2012 2000 2002 2002 2013 1999 1998 1996 1994

1992 2001 1994 1993 2012 2008 1994 1992 1999 2009

Triples

5 Maria Raver 5 Erin Donahoe 5 Jill Browning 4 Brooke Ashbaugh 3 Cory Sheets 3 Maria Raver 3 Michelle Walther 3 Krysti George 3 Christy Springer 3 Kelli Howard

10 8 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

2004 2002 2002 2005 2008 2005 2000 2000 2000 1993

Home Runs

Catlin Shilling Kendra Losey Erin Donahoe Brooke Byrne Maria Raver Vicki Zunis Kerri Cunagin Brooke Byrne Maria Raver Erin Donahoe

2013 2002 2003 2013 2003 1999 2012 2012 2004 2002

Runs Batted In

36 Vicki Zunis 27 Maria Raver 27 Tracy Whitaker 26 Brooke Byrne 26 Tracy Whitaker 25 Catlin Shilling 25 Julie Sroufe 24 Kendra Losey 23 Maria Raver 22 Stephanie Pratt 22 Tracy Whitaker

30 30 28 28 28 28 28 28 27 27 27 27

1999 2004 1996 2013 1995 2013 1996 2002 2002 2004 1994

Runs Scored (Minimum 20) Cory Sheets Michelle Walther Brooke Byrne LeeAnn Truesdell Kelly Blanton Michelle Walther Sheena Smith Jen Aldredge Stephanie Pratt Brooke Ashbaugh Vicki Zunis Jen Aldredge

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Record Book

28 28 24 12

CAREER LEADERS

Stolen Bases

Jen Aldredge Jen Aldredge Jen Aldredge Brooke Ashbaugh

1996 1994 1995 2005

Wins

12 Danielle Monier 9 Julie Sroufe 8 Danielle Monnier 7 Kylie Ford 7 Kylie Ford 7 Jess Clutter 7 Katie Quay 7 Sherri Miller 7 Sherri Miller

2013 1996 2012 2011 2010 2012 2004 1999 2000

Earned Run Average

1.45 Danielle Monnier 2.04 Kylie Ford 2.33 Julie Sroufe 3.08 Gina Davenport 3.33 Danielle Monnier 3.39 Sheena Smith 3.43 Sherri Miller 3.62 Amanda Smith 3.73 Catlin Shilling 3.79 Jess Clutter

2013 2010 1996 1995 2012 1995 2002 2008 2013 2012

Strikeouts

122 Danielle Monnier 111 Danielle Monnier 108 Amanda Smith 101 Kylie Ford 75 Julie Sroufe 73 Amanda Smith 72 Danielle Monnier 69 Jess Clutter 56 Amanda Smith 55 Jess Clutter

2013 2012 2008 2010 1996 2007 2011 2012 2010 2013

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Batting Average (Min. 100 ABs) .380

Jen Aldredge

132-of-347 1993-96

459

Brooke Byrne

164

Cory Sheets

30 30

Cory Sheets Brooke Byrne

8

Maria Raver

15

Catlin Shilling

75

Tracy Whitaker

86

Brooke Byrne

80

Jen Aldredge

24

Danielle Monnier

2.33

Julie Sroufe

302

Danielle Monnier

At Bats

2010-13

Hits

2007-10

Doubles

2007-10 2010-2013

Triples

2002-04

Home Runs

2011-present

Runs Batted In

1994-96 (1997)

Runs Scored

2010-13

Stolen Bases

1993-96

Wins

2011-present

ERA

1996

Srikeouts

2011-present

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Athletic Department

Athletic Director Terry Rupert

Asst. AD/SWA Beth Floyd

Business Manager Judy Doyle

Athletic Development Equipment Manager Steve Spirk Carl Coatney

Sports Information J. Ameer Rasheed

ADMINISTRATION (937) 382-6661 Terry Rupert .......................... Athletic Director .................................. ext. 255 ...................... terry_rupert@wilmington.edu Beth Floyd ............................. Asst. AD/SWA ..................................... ext 392 .......................... beth_floyd@wilmington.edu Bill Kincaid ............................. Faculty Athletics Rep. . ........................ ext. 407 ................... william_kincaid@wilmigton.edu Judy Doyle ............................. Business Manager . .............................. ext. 467 ......................... judy_doyle@wilmington.edu Steve Spirk ............................ Dir. of Athletic Development .............. ext. 262 ........................ steve_spirk@wilmington.edu Carl Coatney .......................... Equipment Manager.............................. ext. 324 ..................... carl_coatney@wilmington.edu J. Ameer Rasheed .................. Sports Information Director ............... ext. 347 ................. ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu

HEAD COACHES Trip Breen .............................. M&W Swimming . ................................ ext. 212 .......................... trip_breen@wilmington.edu Ron Combs ............................ M&W Cross Country/Track . ............... ext. 256......................... ron_combs@wilmington.edu Chip Dillon ............................. Cheerleading/Dance ............................ ext. 467 ......................... wc_cheercoach@yahoo.edu Beth Floyd ............................. Softball/Volleyball ............................... ext. 392 ......................... beth_floyd@wilmington.edu Stacey Hairston ..................... Football ................................................ ext. 648 ................ stacey_hairston@wilmington.edu Dan Cleaver ........................... Baseball ................................................ ext. 374 ........................dan_cleaver@wilmington.edu K.C. Hunt ............................... Men’s Basketball .................................. ext. 349 ............................. kc_hunt@wilmington.edu Joe Leo . ................................. M&W Tennis ........................................ ext. 467 .............................. joe_leo@wilmington.edu Bud Lewis .............................. Men’s Soccer . ...................................... ext. 341 .......................... bud_lewis@wilmington.edu Domenic Marzano ................. Men’s Lacrosse .................................... ext. 269 ............ domenic_marzano@wilmington.edu Jerry Scheve .......................... Women’s Basketball ............................ ext. 284 ...................... jerry_scheve@wilmington.edu Steve Spirk ............................ Women’s Soccer .................................. ext. 262 ........................ steve_spirk@wilmington.edu Brett Yenger .......................... Women’s Lacrosse................................ ext. 250 ..................... brett_yenger@wilmington.edu

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Athletic Training

Athletic Training at Wilmington College SPECIALISTS IN THE PREVENTION, TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION OF SPORTS INJURIES Athletic training is an exciting and fast-paced allied medical profession. As an integral member of the athletic healthcare team, the certified athletic trainer (ATC) is educated in prevention, treatment, evaluation and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries and illnesses sustained by physically active people. Certified athletic trainers work closely with medical professionals in a wide range of settings that include high schools, colleges and universities, professional teams, sports medicine clinics, corporate fitness facilities and hospitals. In 2012, Wilmington’s athletic training program earned the maximum seven-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). Students completing the Bachelor of Science degree program at WC are eligible for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) examination to become a certified athletic trainer. Students also are eligible for the Ohio licensing exam upon earning their ATC credentials. All athletic training students are considered pre-professional during their first two semesters. After satisfactory completion of the pre-professional requirements, students are advanced to the professional phase of the curriculum, including advanced clinical education. WC ATHLETIC TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP All students accepted into the athletic training program receive $5,000 in the scholarships over three years. Students receive $1,500 their sophomore and junior years, and $2,000 their senior year. ATHLETIC TRAINING INTERNSHIPS WC interns get to experience first-hand the full scope of sports medicine. Some of WC’s most recent internship sites in the CincinBeacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine and many area clinics and high schools. NATIONAL PROGRAM RECOGNITION Wilmington students have received an unprecedented six NATA scholarships. One graduate earned the highest score on the national certification exam. WC’s program also has been feature on the front cover of the NATA News and in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Wilmington College Team Physicians Dr. Tim Kremchek, Team Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Joseph Cehn, Ophthalmology Dr. Joseph Choo, Cardiology Dr. Glenn MacDonald, Optometrist Dr. Mike Newman, Surgery

Dr. Shawn Swick, Team Physician Dr. Chris Stromberg, Chiropractor Dr. David VanZant, Dentist Dr. Jay White, ENT

For more information: 1-800-753-0917 WC Admission Office: x260 AT Program Director: Larry Howard x 257

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The Wilmington College Athletic Training Quiz Bowl Team has claimed the state championship in six of the last 15 years. The 2011 team of Alex Geier, Cody Pontius, Erin Cane and their coach, Larry Howard, finished fourth nationally. It is the highest finish of any WC team on the national level.

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About Wilmington As a school founded by Quakers, Wilmington College embraces persons from all backgrounds, faiths and philosophies, and promotes in its program and activities such values as integrity, diversity, community, service, peace and social justice, and respect for all persons. The college also values international cultures and facilitates courses in global studies, as well as accommodating long-and short-term study-abroad and touring opportunities. While Wilmington offers such popular majors as education, business administration, biology, criminal justice, sports management, social work and pre-professional, some of its more unique academic areas are the highly acclaimed agriculture program and its athletic training/sports medicine program, which are considered among the best in the nation. Popular co-curricular activities for students are the numerous campus organizations at Wilmington that range from fraternities and sororities to faith-based groups, music and drama, publications, student government and service learning. Wilmington regularly hosts entertainment programs designed especially for college students, as well as those open to the greater community such as its highly acclaimed annual peace symposium and Issues & Artists Series, which has brought to campus unique entertainers, provocative and informative speakers, and entities representing diverse American and international cultures. Much has changed at Wilmington College since students gained national fame for building a dormitory in 1948. But a constant throughout the college’s 141-year history has been the transforming nature of the Wilmington College experience. Students leave Wilmington with the tools to succeed as they engage in careers or further their education in today’s rapidly changing world. They also bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from the liberal arts, the embodiment of well-rounded individuals able to think critically and appreciate the role the arts, sciences and humanities play in a fulfilling life. They also realize that service to others is often an important road to self-realization. Indeed, since 1870, Wilmington College has prepared students to make a living, make a life and make a difference.

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About Wilmington

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THE MAIN CAMPUS: 65 acres, 21 buildings, including 8 residence halls

Meet the Admission Staff Contact information: 1-800-341-9318 email staff by clicking on name

OFF CAMPUS: Cincinnati Branch — Blue Ash On-site programs at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Farms, totaling more than 1,400 acres, currently used for teaching laboratories for agriculture majors and/or leased for commercial operations

COST PER YEAR (2013-14):

Director of Admission Tina Marshall Garland ext. 260

Dir. of Multicultural Rec. Chip Murdock ext. 235

Tuition $27,890 (99% of students receive financial aid) Room and Board $9,392 Fees (Annual) Residential Students $700 (inc. $100 housing dep.) Fees (Annual) Commuter Students $600 Total* $37,982 *Excluding books and personal expenses

ENROLLMENT (2013-14): Main Campus 1,007 Cincinnati Branches 162 Total Undergraduate Enrollment 1,163

RESIDENCE HALLS: Occupancy = 792 Capacity = 842 Transfer Counselor Gina Beck ext. 332

Admission Counselor Carissa Macella ext. 265

Admission Specialist Kristin Zeller ext. 326

Agriculture Studies Adam Lohrey ext. 688

Admission Counselor Danny Harp ext. 357

Admission Counselor Sandy Pierson ext. 260

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ACADEMIC AREAS * Accounting, Business Administration * Agriculture * Biology * Chemistry * Mathematics * Education * Fine Arts, Theatre, Art, and Music * Communication Arts * Sports Management * Athletic Training * English * History * Spanish * Religion and Philosophy (Includes Peace Studies) * Criminal Justice * Political Science * Psychology * Social Work * Sociology * Sustainability

PRE-PROFESSIONAL Law, Medical, Veterinary EDUCATION LICENSURES Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) Early Childhood Education (PreK-3) Multi-Age Art (PreK-12) Middle Childhood Education (4-9) Multi-Age Health and/or Physical Education (PreK-12) Multi-Age Spanish (PreK-12) Vocational Agriculture (4-12) Special Education (PreK-3) SPECIAL PROGRAMS Applied Peace Studies Certificate Program, Honors Program

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Student Life

Student Organizations

Activities Programming Board (APB) Aggies

American Medical Students Association (AMSA) Amnesty International Black Student Initiative (BSI) Chi Alpha (XA) Christian Fellowship Collegiate 4-H Criminal Justice Club Dressage Team Equestrian Club E.T.C. - Educational Theater Company Faith in Action Fencing Club Gay-Straight Alliance International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) International Club Math Club Mock Trial Team Mod Squad ONE Campaign Chapter Psychology Club Publications Board Resident Student Association (RSA) Rodeo Club Recycle Wilmington College Science Society Service Leader Executive Board (SLEB) Soil Science Club Sports Medicine Leadership Council (SMLC)

STUDEN

Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) STAND Student Government Association (SGA) Student PDK (Phi Delta Kappa) Vetrinarians of Tomorrow Water Polo Club Wellness & Health Promotions Committee WC Business Association WC Commuter Club (WC3) WC Student Alumni Association

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Student Life

Greek Life Fraternities Delta Theta Sigma * Iota Phi Theta * Lambda Chi Alpha * Sigma Zeta Tau Kappa Betta

Sororities Alpha Phi Kappa Delta Omega Theta Kappa Delta Phi Alpha Psi Sweethearts Psi Beta Omega

Greek Affiliates DTS Lil Sis * Iota Sweethearts *

NT LIFE

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Ohio Athletic Conference

Baldwin-Wallace University Capital University Heidelberg University John Carroll University Marietta College University of Mount Union Muskingum University Ohio Northern University Otterbein College Wilmington College

The Ohio Athletic Conference, the third-oldest conference in college athletics, is predated only by the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (1888) and the Big Ten (1895). The Conference is older than the World Series and even the NCAA itself, and has survived two World Wars, the Great Depression, the Korean War and the Vietnam Conflict. From a modest beginning of six charter members in 1902, the OAC grew to as many as 24 members in the mid-1920’s. Through the years a total of 31 colleges and universities at one time or another have been members of the OAC. Currently, the Conference consists of 10 members: Baldwin-Wallace University, Capital University, Heidelberg University, John Carroll University, Marietta College, University of Mount Union, Muskingum University, Ohio Northern University, Otterbein University and Wilmington College. Wilmington became the 31st OAC member school in July 1, 2000. The enrollments of the 10 OAC institutions range from 1,200 to 4,500. All of the schools were founded in the 19th century, and have long and outstanding academic reputations. While maintaining these high academic standards, OAC athletic teams and athletes have consistently enjoyed a great deal of success on a regional and national level. The athletic competition is viewed not as an end in itself, but as an extension of the edcational programs.

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Why We Play Division III Athletics It’s not about getting a scholarship, getting drafted, or making SportsCenter. It’s a deep need in us that comes from the heart. We need to practice, to play, to lift, to hustle, to sweat. We do it all for our teammates and for the student in our calculus class that we don’t even know. We don’t practice with a future major league first baseman; we practice with a future sports agent. We don’t lift weights with a future Olympic wrestler; we lift with a future doctor. We don’t run with a future Wimbledon champion; we run with a future CEO. It’s a bigger part of us than our friends and family can understand. Sometimes we play for 2,000 fans; sometimes 25. But we still play hard. You cheer for us because you know us. You know more than just our names. Like all of you, we are students first. We don’t sign autographs. But we do sign graduate school applications, MCAT exams, and student body petitions. When we miss a kick or strike out, we don’t let down an entire state. We only let down our teammates, coaches, and fans. But the hurt is still the same. We train hard, lift, throw, run, kick, tackle, shoot, dribble, and lift some more, and in the morning we go to class. And in that class we are nothing more than students. It’s about pride - in ourselves, in our school. It’s about our love and passion for the game. And when it’s over, when we walk off that court or field for the last time, our hearts crumble. Those tears are real. But deep down inside, we are very proud of ourselves. We will forever be what few can claim ... college athletes.

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