PRIDE TRADITION EXCELLENCE
• 2012-13 Durham College Team of the Year • 2012 National Silver Medalists • 2012 OCAA Silver Medalists • 2012 OCAA Regular Season Champions • League Top Batter - Melissa Semeniuk • League Top Pitcher - Kristine Miles • Two OCAA League All-Stars • Two National Championship All-Stars • Two Provincial Championship All-Stars
“What a great accomplishment for our program. Coach Nemish has worked hard on building a championship contender and winning a silver medal at the national championship is well deserved. I could not be more proud of the entire team and staff on how they represented the college and for all of the effort they put into the program.” - Ken Babcock, Athletic Director
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OPPONENT TIME @ Monroe (DH)* 1/3 p.m. @ Monroe (DH)* 1/3 p.m. vs. Conestoga 6:30 p.m. vs. St. Clair (DH) 1/3 p.m. @ Conestoga (DH) 6/8 p.m. @ Mohawk 5:30 p.m. CAN-AM Classic* vs. Mohawk (DH) 6/8 p.m. @ St. Clair 12 p.m. @ Humber (DH) 6/8 p.m. vs. Seneca 6:30 p.m. @ Seneca (DH) 6/8 p.m. vs. Humber 6:30 p.m. National Championship - Ottawa, Ont. OCAA Championship - Etobicoke, Ont.
Most Successful Fastball Program in CANADA
Home Games in CAPS *Exhibition Games Schedule Subject to Change
DURHAM COLLEGE WOMEN'S FASTBALL
DURHAM COLLEGE WOMEN’S FASTBALL JIM NEMISH Head Coach 25th Season
Durham College claimed silver at the Canadian Collegiate Softball Association (CCSA) National Championship in Regina, Saskatchewan. It was the third straight year the Lords had a podium finish at the national championship, as they won the bronze medal the previous two seasons.
3 Kayla MacLean Pitcher Whitby, Ont.
Coach Nemish just completed his 24th season as head coach of the Lords fastball program and holds an overall record of 399-96. In 2012 under Nemish, the Lords clinched their 26th overall regular season title and 15th in 16 years with an conference record of 14-1. The team went on to win a national and provincial silver medal.
Mal Swift Assistant Coach 17th Season
Rosemary Theriault Assistant Coach 11th Season
Caitlyn Morton Catcher Niagara Falls, Ont.
Shannon Ferguson Catcher/2B Brockville, Ont.
Samantha Bryant-Officer SS Mount Forest, Ont.
Charlotte Ciehanskie OF Whitby, Ont.
Kali Burnham Assistant Coach 1st Season
The Lords have won provincial medals in 16 consecutive seasons have collected a total of 29 since 1981 (16 gold, 10 silver, three bronze), the most of any college in league history.
STATE OF THE ART FACILITIES
Durham College is home to many new state-of-the-art facilities. The Durham Lords were excited to open the brand new Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre in 2007. The facility is home to Varsity athletics and features two gymnasiums totaling over 40,000 sq ft of playing area and can house over 3,000 spectators. Durham College athletes and students use the new Flex Centre for their weight and cardio-training in and out of season. Durham College is also home to the Campus Ice Centre and Campus Tennis Centre. The fastball field, nestled into the southern corner of campus, is home to the 16-time OCAA Champion women’s fastball program. The field has been a part of the Durham College campus in one form or another for decades and has seen a great deal of success. Surrounded by the trees around the school’s campus, Durham Field features an electronic scoreboard in right field and a press box behind home plate.
Lydia Kalbfleisch Pitcher Moorefield, Ont.
10 Melissa Rodgers OF Oshawa, Ont.
16 Kristine Miles Pitcher Whitby, Ont.
Kayla Worotniak 1B Llyodminster, Alta.
18 Sydney Kozuska Pitcher St. Albert, Alta.
15 Jessica Pike OF Whitby, Ont.
Janna Hagan OF Sherwood Park, Alta.
Melissa Semeniuk 3B Ajax, Ont.
Stephanie McLachlin Catcher Corunna, Ont.