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2010 ETSU Quick Facts

2009 Team Info

Preferred Name:...............................ETSU Nickname:....................... Lady Buccaneers (Lady Bucs) Location:....................Johnson City, Tenn. Founded:..........................................1911 Enrollment:...................................14,677 President:.............. Dr. Paul E. Stanton, Jr. Athletic Director:................. Dave Mullins SWA:............................ Barbie Breedlove School Colors: ........ Navy Blue & Old Gold Conference:.......................... Atlantic Sun Athletic Dept. Phone:......(423) 439-4343 Ticket Office Phone:........ (423) 439-BUCS Athletics Web site:...www.ETSUBucs.com

Overall Record................................ 27-28 A-Sun Record.......................... 6-14 (9th) Starters Returning/Lost......................6/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost.....................3/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......... 10/7 Home Stadium..... ETSU Softball Complex (500) Head Coach..................Andrea Mangrum Alma Mater......................... Belhaven ‘02 Record at ETSU.... 105-126 (Fifth Season) Career Record......153-178 (Sixth Season)

ETSU Media Relations Assistant Coaches.....................Ariel Beus (Second Season) .......................................Callie Rhodes (First Season) Softball Office Phone......(423) 439-4279 Softball Trainers...Dawn Thomas, Lori Hill Strength/Conditioning Coach................................Lee Morrow Equipment Manager..... Roger Hammons

Softball Contact:..................Kevin Brown Brown’s Phone:...........(423) 439-5263 Brown’s E-Mail:.......brownk@etsu.edu Asst. AD for MR:................Michael White White’s Phone: . .........(423) 439-4220 Graduate Asst.:.................. Jeff Schneider Schneider’s Phone:.....(423) 439-5612 Graduate Asst.:.................... Clayton Felts Felts’ Phone:...............(423) 439-8212 Athletic Media Relations Mailing Address P.O. Box 70641 Johnson City, TN 37614 Overnight Mailing Address Memorial Center, 146-W Corner of State of Franklin and J.R. Bell Drive Johnson City, TN 37614

Table of Contents 1 Quick Facts/Credits 2 ETSUBucs.com 3-4 Season Preview Coaching Staff

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Name Katie Henderson Cheniece Cason Mikayla Treadway Amy Campbell Katy Jett Lucy Schneider Jessica Duncan Marlina Delisa Trisha Massenzo Shelby Morris Tara Hartnett Annie Martin Arielle Garner Whitley Hensley Sam Lower Darci Gilbert Marissa Hardy

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Hometown/Previous School Jackson, Tenn. / Trinity Christian Moreno Valley, Calif. / Valley View Unicoi, Tenn. / Unicoi County Chattanooga, Tenn. / Girls Prep School Talbott, Tenn. / Jefferson Country Dade City, Fla. / Pasco Ooltewah, Tenn. / Chattanooga State CC Tucson, Ariz. / Marana Russellville, Tenn. / Morristown East Mt. Juliet, Tenn. / Mt. Juliet Snellville, Ga. / South Gwinnett Centerville, Tenn. / Hickman County Buchanan, Ga. / Central Erwin, Tenn. / Unicoi County Sebring, Fla. / Sebring Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Riverdale Rocklin, Calif. / Rocklin

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Andrea Mangrum (Fifth Season) A ssistant Coach: Ariel Beus (Third Season), Callie Rhodes (First Season) Athletic Trainer: Dawn Thomas (Second Season) Pronunciation Guide #1 Cheniece Cason – Shuh-NIECE Kay-sin #7 Marlina Delisa – Duh-LEE-suh #8 Trisha Massenzo – MUH-sen-ZO Ariel Beus – Buus (long U) Credits: The 2010 ETSU Softball Media Guide is a production of the East Tennessee State Printing and Publication. Special thanks to Jeanette Henry for helping with the layout, design and covers.

Content was provided by Kevin Brown in the ETSU Media Relations Department. Thanks to ETSU University Relations photographers Larry Smith, Jim Sledge and Jim Padgett for providing the photos.

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2009 Review 2009 A-Sun Leaders Summary Season-By-Season Totals All Time Roster

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“We lost a lot of power and speed with our senior class a year ago, but I felt my staff and I did a great job bringing in players to fill in those gaps,” commented Mangrum. “Overall this freshman class will have a chance to fight for starting positions and playing time when the preseason begins in January.” With the Lady Bucs playing their second season in the newly constructed stadium, having key senior leadership and a deep bench, the sky is the limit for ETSU in 2010. “Our team has one goal and one goal only – win a conference championship,” said Mangrum. “The road getting there won’t be an easy one; however, if we play fundamentally sound ball and stay focused as a team we are capable of making anything happen.”

Pitchers and Catchers The one area ETSU has strength and numbers is with its battery of pitchers and catchers. Seniors Marissa Hardy and Darci Gilbert are the catalysts in the circle while Trisha Massenzo hasn’t lost a step with the play calling behind the plate. Over the last two years Hardy has combined for 36 of ETSU’s 57 wins and Massenzo has started 147 of the 173 games over the last three years. Hardy, who holds the Lady Bucs’ single season record for wins (19) and strikeouts (255), also fanned a program-best 16 batters against Presbyterian as a sophomore in 2008. Meanwhile, Massenzo led the club with 10 doubles and 28 RBIs in 2009 and has only missed four games in the last two years. Joining Hardy in the circle is Gilbert, a right-handed hurler out of Murfreesboro, Tenn. Gilbert was on pace to have her best season in 2009, but shoulder injuries placed her on the disabled list throughout the major part of the conference race. The Murfreesboro native jumped out to a quick 6-2 start, but finished

“Both Jessica and Shelby bring a different style of pitching to the team,” added Mangrum. “They pitched a lot of innings for us in the fall, and that added experience will pay off once the season begins in February. We look to use both of them in certain game situations to keep the opposition off balance.”

Infield The Lady Buccaneer infield consists of a solid mixture of veterans and rookies. The middle infield slots will be filled by senior Cheniece Cason at short and sophomore Amy Campbell (Chattanooga, Tenn.) at second. Cason has been one of the most reliable players for the Lady Bucs since arriving in 2007 – making 118 consecutive starts and playing in 172 of the 173 games over the last three seasons. In addition, Cason is coming off her best season in an ETSU uniform in 2009 – hitting a team best .345 (57165). Campbell, meanwhile, can also see time at third, as she will share duties with Katie Henderson and freshman Arielle Garner (Buchanan, Ga.). Garner can also play the other corner at first, while Trisha Massenzo will fill the gap when she is not called in to catch. Garner is a very versatile player as she played third, short, first and pitched at both Bremen and Central high schools. The Buchanan native was selected Player of the Year in Carroll County as a senior and Most Valuable Offensive Player as a sophomore.

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The Lady Bucs lost key components in Jessie Hackworth (Clinton, Tenn.), Kate Powell (Johnson City), Cat Zyskowski (Grand Rapids, Mich.) and Vicki McCoy (Ringgold, Ga.), but ETSU filled the void by bringing in seven fresh faces in 2010.

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Along with the five key seniors, ETSU returns six total starters and 11 letterwinners from a year ago. Joining the five are Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team selection Amy Campbell (Chattanooga, Tenn.), freshman outfielder Annie Martin (Centerville, Tenn.) and catcher/ third baseman Katie Henderson (Jackson, Tenn.).

Back in the circle the Lady Bucs can also call to junior newcomer Jessica Duncan (Ooltewah, Tenn.) and second-year player Shelby Morris (Mt. Juliet, Tenn.). Duncan gives ETSU some experience as she helped guide Chattanooga State to its first-ever #1 ranking in the NJCAA Poll, an FCCJ Tournament title, and a 60-win campaign in 2009. The Ooltewah native also posted a perfect season in the circle – going 13-0 with a 1.32 ERA (20 ER/105.2 IP). Meanwhile, after gaining a year of Division I experience, Morris hopes to battle for more innings as a sophomore. The Mt. Juliet native made six appearances (one start) and tossed 8.1 innings as a rookie in 2009.

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“I have been telling the seniors throughout the preseason that this is their team,” commented head coach Andrea Mangrum. “These five ladies have the opportunity to go out on top and have everyone remember how they laid the foundation of a winning program.”

Junior Katie Henderson will also share duties with Massenzo behind the plate. Henderson enters her third year with the Lady Bucs and will also be counted on to play third.

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“Marissa and Darci are the go-to pitchers on our staff this season,” commented Mangrum. “They have the most D-I experience and their mental toughness will come into play when we face some strong competition. We expect both of these senior pitchers to produce in their final year and help this team win ballgames.”

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However, a new season is upon the Lady Bucs, and they will be led by their five senior leaders both on and off the field. The class of Cheniece Cason (Moreno Valley, Calif.), Darci Gilbert (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), Marissa Hardy (Rocklin, Calif.), Katy Jett (Talbott, Tenn.) and Trisha Massenzo (Russellville, Tenn.) has meant so much to this program since arriving in Johnson City three years ago; however, this strong group wants to go out on top and lay the foundation for years to come.

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the year 8-7 however, she recorded a stellar 2.06 ERA (33 ER/112.0 IP). After having successful shoulder surgery in the off-season, Gilbert looks to bounce back and finish her Lady Buccaneer career on a positive note in ’10.

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Those are two things the ETSU softball team has worked on this preseason. Those two goals were lost a year ago after jumping out to their best start in school history (15-5), but at the end the Lady Bucs finished 27-28.

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In addition to Campbell, a pair of freshmen will be used at second with Lucy Schneider (Dade City, Fla.) and Sam Lower (Sebring, Fla.) handling the chores. Schneider, who can also play short, is a valuable commodity with her bat, speed and defense. The Dade City, Florida, native hit .495 (48-for-97) with 10 doubles, three triples, three home runs and 35 RBIs as a senior at Pasco High School. The standout player helped the Pirates not only with her bat, but also her speed, as Schneider was 32-for-33 in stolen base opportunities in 2009. “Our infield rotation will be based on who steps up and wants the job,” commented Mangrum. “We have some key players who will contribute on a daily basis, but at other positions we will go with the hot bat and who is playing well.”

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Two of ETSU’s three outfield positions are filled with sophomore Annie Martin (Centerville, Tenn.) taking the lead in left and senior Katy Jett covering ground in center. Like Cason, Jett has also been consistent as she can be, starting in 171 of the 173 games played in her career. Jett has been a solid hitter for the Lady Bucs over the last three years, as her .347 batting average in 2008 ranks third alltime and her .337 clip a year ago was the fifth highest in program history. Martin and Jett are a strong one-two combo as they cover a lot of ground and their strong arms pose issues for opposing base runners. “Katy and Annie are two solid outfielders as we enter the 2010 season,” said Mangrum. “Their speed and strong arms are a valuable asset in left and center, and they are capable of making plays at any given time. They both play very well together.” The starting right field position will be a battle between three Lady Buccaneer players. Sophomore Marlina Delisa (Tucson, Ariz.), Tara Hartnett (Snellville, Ga.) and Jessica Duncan will contend for the starting job and can possibly split time in the gap depending on productivity in the position. In addition to those three, freshmen Whitley Hensley (Erwin, Tenn.) and Mikayla Treadway (Unicoi, Tenn.) will both compete for playing time in the outfield.

Schedule When looking at the 2010 ETSU softball schedule two words come to mind – “Road Warriors.”

“I think playing 24 straight road games will bring this team closer,” added Mangrum. “We wanted try to utilize our new stadium early in the season, but due to the weather conditions in East Tennessee we are forced to play in warmer climates.” ETSU kicks off the season playing in five tournaments – which begins on Feb. 13 in Charlotte, N.C. The Lady Bucs open up the campaign with BIG EAST foe St. John’s at 11 a.m. Along with the Red Storm, ETSU will also play Liberty and the host 49ers.

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The Lady Bucs, who kick off the season with 24 consecutive road games, face six teams from NCAA Tournament play a year ago.

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Following their stint in Charlotte, the Lady Bucs make the trip to Greenville, S.C., for a doubleheader with Furman on Feb. 17. From there, the Lady Bucs continue with tournament play in Atlanta where ETSU collides with Temple, Eastern Illinois and Georgia State. The Panther Invitational takes place from Feb. 20-21 inside Georgia State’s Bob Heck Field. The Lady Bucs finally play their first set of games inside the Volunteer state in 2010 when ETSU makes the journey to Chattanooga. ETSU goes head-to-head with Central Connecticut State and Ball State on Feb. 26; while taking on in-state rival and 2009 NCAA Participant – UT-Martin – along with BIG EAST foe Rutgers on Feb. 27. The Lady Bucs close out competition at the Frost Classic with another in-state counterpart – Tennessee Tech – on Sunday, Feb. 28. ETSU wraps up its tournament play when the Lady Bucs make their longest road trip in school history, and seniors Marissa Hardy and Cheniece Cason make a visit to their home state of California from March 5-13. During this span, the Lady Bucs will play in two tournaments – one in Riverside and the other in Fresno. The pair of tournaments include games with four teams who appeared in postseason play last year – including the opening game with Big 10 opponent Ohio State on March 5 in Riverside. Joining ETSU in Riverside are the host Highlanders (March 5), and BIG EAST foe and

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NCAA Tournament participant Notre Dame (March 6). The Lady Bucs then travel north to Fresno to play in the Bayer CropScience Classic – marking their final regular season tournament of the campaign. While in Fresno, ETSU takes on host Fresno State (March 11), Cal State Northridge and Georgetown (March 12). Then, ETSU plays Colorado State and Mississippi State on March 13. “I feel all four of these tournaments will test the girls each and every weekend,” Mangrum said. ”Each tournament features teams from the top conferences, and opponents who reached the NCAA Tournament last season. I always feel in order to become stronger you have to play teams that are very successful, and I believe this format achieves that goal in 2010.” After the 24-game road trip – which covers four tournaments in four different states – the Lady Bucs finally say hello to Johnson City when ETSU hosts Presbyterian in its home-opener on March 20. “The home-opener is always an exciting game, and I am sure the team will be ready to protect their home turf,” mentioned Mangrum. “The early road games are critical, so we can enter the home opener on a high note and have the stadium filled for the game against Presbyterian.” The homestand doesn’t last long for the Lady Bucs, as Mangrum’s squad embarks on a three-game road swing to close out the month of March. ETSU begins Atlantic Sun Conference play with a series in the Music City against Lipscomb (March 26) and Belmont (March 27). The Lady Bucs conclude their road trip with the short trip over the mountain to Boone to play Appalachian State on March 31. “Opening A-Sun play in Nashville is a good test for our team,” said Mangrum. “Playing on the road is never easy, but adding in-state and conference rivals to the mix makes things much more difficult. It’s very important to get off to a hot start in conference play, because that will set the tone for the rest of the season.” Once again the Lady Bucs return home for a brief two-game home-stand when conference contenders Stetson and FGCU visit the newly built ETSU Softball Complex. The Lady Bucs host the Hatters on April 2 and Eagles on April 3. During the final stretch of the season, the Lady Bucs split time both at home and on the road. ETSU travels to Blacksburg for a night game with Virginia Tech on April 6, before heading down to Florida for a critical A-Sun showdown with Jacksonville (April 9) and North Florida (April 10). Other road swings include a trip to North Carolina for games at UNC Central and a doubleheader against A-Sun Champion Campbell on April 22. Following a trip to USC Upstate on April 25, the Lady Bucs wrap up regular season play with a three-series homestand starting on April 28 against Western Carolina. In addition to the Catamounts, ETSU hosts former A-Sun rival Gardner-Webb (May 1) and Big South and 2009 NCAA participant Radford on May 7. The Atlantic Sun Tournament and automatic bid to the NCAA Regional will again take place in DeLand, Fla., as Stetson hosts the top six teams. The only team not eligible in 2010 are the Eagles from Florida Gulf Coast. The double-elimination tournament begins on May 13-15 at Patricia Wilson Field. “The team knows what the goal is entering the season, and they know the journey to an A-Sun Championship won’t be easy,” said Mangrum. “They know the hard work in the fall and preseason will eventually pay off when the regular season rolls around. We can’t take any opponent lightly and have to play fundamentally smart ball each time we take the field. If we follow this recipe, we know our goals can be reached.”

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The 2010 season will mark head coach Andrea Mangrum’s fifth season at the helm of the ETSU Lady Buccaneer softball program.

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Over the course of her first five years with the Lady Bucs, Mangrum has guided ETSU to four consecutive Atlantic Sun Tournament appearances, a program-best 30-win season, notched career win number 100, and guided the team to the best start in program history at 15-5 in 2009. Last season the Lady Bucs stormed out of the gates and jumped out to their best start in program history – picking up wins over Big East foe Syracuse and ACC contender Boston College. For the second straight year Mangrum saw Marissa Hardy and her ETSU pitching staff make history by setting six new program records, as well as tossing the Lady Bucs’ first-ever perfect game back on April 4 inside the newly built ETSU Softball Complex. At the end of the year, Mangrum saw Annie Martin and Hardy receive Atlantic Sun Player of the Week honors, while Amy Campbell was voted to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team. While Mangrum’s club was getting it done on the field in their newly constructed 500-seat stadium in 2009, the Lady Bucs were also making the grade in the classroom. Thirteen of Mangrum’s 17 players were selected to the A-Sun All-Academic Team; while ETSU posted a 3.34 GPA in the spring and had an overall GPA of 3.32 for the year. Since Mangrum took over the reins in 2006, she has made strides in increasing the win total for those first three seasons – including a programbest 30-win campaign in 2008. After reaching the 100-win plateau in 2009, Mangrum looks to guide the Lady Bucs to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2010. In addition to the winningest season in ETSU history in 2008, Mangrum also reached the 100-win milestone with the Lady Bucs’ 5-2 win over Howard back on Feb. 29, 2008. Mangrum’s team was one game away from reaching the 2008 Atlantic Sun Championship game as a number four seed. Mangrum’s smallball philosophy paid off, as the Lady Bucs set school records with 95 stolen bases and 61 sacrifice hits. Meanwhile, the ETSU pitching staff also stepped up in a big way thanks to the strong arm of Marissa Hardy. Hardy and the Lady Buccaneer pitchers set a season record with 353 strikeouts and Hardy also set five individual marks as well. Hardy also joined teammates Katy Jett and Jessie Hackworth as 2008 Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team members. In 2007, Mangrum’s club boasted the best offensive season in program history en route to earning the third seed in the Atlantic Sun Tournament, which marked the best slot in Lady Buccaneer history. As a team, Mangrum’s club set school records in batting average (.280), runs (247), RBIs (213), slugging percentage (.401), on-base percentage (.340), and sacrifice hits (54). The Lady Buc bats were also on fire during their 18 conference games. ETSU led the A-Sun in every offensive statistical category in 2007. After opening the 2007 season with a demanding 17-game road swing, which included games against top-ranked programs at South Florida, Washington, Wisconsin and Hofstra, Mangrum’s crew finally enjoyed play at home and in conference. ETSU stormed out of the gates in A-Sun play as it won nine of its first 12 games and took over first place by sweeping Jacksonville on April 13. During the stellar play, the Lady Bucs also posted a Nashville sweep by bombing Belmont and at the time first-place Lipscomb in Johnson City. During the four-game win streak (eventually reached a season-high six after JU), ETSU set new school records by posting 48 runs and 47 hits. The explosive offense led to Stephanie Gaynord being named ETSU’s first conference Player of the Week winner in ’07. Teammate Marissa Hardy became the second winner after earning both wins over the Dolphins and followed that up by tossing the program’s first-ever no-hitter the very next day (after receiving the honor). In total, Mangrum coached four Lady Buccaneer players to conference awards, including Stephanie Gaynord and Amanda Haverman to First Team All-Atlantic Sun honors, and Cheniece Cason and Katy Jett to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team. Gaynord was also voted to the Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team; while Jett was named Atlantic Sun All-Second Team as well.

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Freshman Team, while Gaynord and Lonsinger were named to the conference All-Tournament Team. Even though coach Mangrum has only five years under her belt with ETSU, she is certainly no stranger to Northeast Tennessee. Mangrum, who is originally from Kingsport, was a member of ETSU’s inaugural softball team in 2001, and returned to Johnson City after a three-year coaching stint at Belhaven College, in Jackson, Miss., where she served as an assistant during the 2003 season and moved to the helm of the program for the next two seasons in 2004. Mangrum began her coaching career as an assistant varsity/head junior varsity coach at Dobyns-Bennett High School in Kingsport, before moving to The Veritas School in Jackson, Miss., where she started the first fast pitch softball program in school history. Upon moving to Belhaven, Mangrum led the team to a school-record 28 wins in 2004 and proved her recruiting skills by signing 12 student-athletes within three months of taking over the program. In her two seasons at Belhaven, Mangrum posted a 48-52 record.  “I am excited to be back home and coaching,” said Mangrum. “I am really excited to be able to make an impact in the town I grew up in.” Mangrum took over the ETSU reins from former head coach Amy Fuller who posted a 78-96 record over three seasons with the Bucs. As a player, Mangrum started in 39 of ETSU’s 49 games in 2001, when the team posted 14 victories in its first season of competition. As a middle infielder, Mangrum recorded a .924 fielding percentage with 96 putouts and 61 assists in her lone season with the Bucs. Prior to ETSU, Mangrum played at Chattanooga for two seasons. At UTC, Mangrum played for Ralph and Karen Weekly, current head coach at the University of Tennessee. She also spent three summers playing international softball in Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Venezuela, and Austria. In the summer of 2002, Mangrum was named the hitting MVP of the Austrian National League as she batted over .600. During her senior year in high school, Mangrum was invited to play international ball in Central America on a college-level team. On each international stint, her team played the national clubs in each country they visited. Mangrum also devotes her time to helping out with softball clinics and is very active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) as she is the Huddle Coach here at ETSU. She has also instructed at the University of Tennessee and Baylor University softball camps. In August, Mangrum revamped her staff as she brought in Virginia Tech graduate Callie Rhodes to guide the ETSU slap hitters and fielders. Mangrum’s sister, Laura Roberts, will also be a volunteer assistant to the program.

In her initial year, Mangrum’s club closed out the 2006 campaign on a hot streak, winning seven of its last eight regular season games to earn the fifth seed in the conference tournament. At the A-Sun Tournament Mangrum had the Lady Bucs playing solid ball, as they knocked off fourth-seed Campbell and finished one win away from reaching the championship game. Mangrum’s squad was also the only team in the conference to sweep Stetson, the best team in the league. Mangrum helped coach Mary Catherine Vercoe, Stephanie Gaynord and Jessica Lonsinger to A-Sun accolades. Vercoe was named to the A-Sun All-

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“I think we have a great mix in our staff, which will be a tool for the success of our program,” said Mangrum. “I want this program to earn the respect that it deserves, and represent ETSU with character and integrity. When we do that on and off the field, we will see a lot success.” Andrea is married to Joel Mangrum, who is the assistant baseball coach at Austin Peay.


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Beus’ first season was highlighted by the dominant performance of Hardy and, as a staff, the Lady Bucs broke the single season strikeout record (353). Meanwhile, Hardy broke five Lady Buccaneer pitching records – including the single game strikeout mark of 16 against Presbyterian on March 26. To add to the list, Hardy also broke the single season records in wins (19), IP (223.1), appearances (41), and strikeouts (255). Hardy also tied a program record by posting five of ETSU’s eight shutouts in 2008. “I feel the timing is perfect for Ariel’s arrival to our program,” Mangrum said. “We are on an uphill climb and her expertise with not only pitching, but also speed and conditioning training will be the extra boost we need to make it the rest of the way.”

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In 2009, her ETSU pitching staff set six new program marks. Led by the ace of the staff, Marissa Hardy, ETSU broke single-season records in ERA (2.23), shutouts (15), hits (337), runs (153), earned runs (119), and opponent batting average (.240). In addition to setting those marks, Beus saw Hardy and sophomore right-hander Shelby Morris make history for the Lady Bucs. The dominate duo tossed ETSU’s first-ever perfect game, as they combined to blank UNC Central on April 4.

new attitude of winning to our team. She also believes in our program’s foundational values of faith, family, education, and softball. These intangibles will bring great depth to the character of our program.” Beus earned her B.S. in exercise science from BYU in 2005. Beus, a native of Houston, Texas, is married to Lance Beus, a former Seattle Mariner. Ariel and Lance have an infant daughter Kendall. “Ariel’s husband Lance, a 2005 Seattle Mariner draft pick, brings another added benefit because of his level of competition at that level,” said Mangrum. “I am thrilled to have them both as a part of the family here at ETSU.”

Beus was an assistant at Mountain View High School (Boise, Idaho) last year, as well as a private pitching instructor. The BYU standout led her team to the Mountain West Conference Championship in 2001 and 2005 as well as two NCAA regional appearances. Beus was the first player from BYU to be named the Mountain West Conference Pitcher of the Week. Beus started out as the Sports Clinic Director at Tahoe City Public Utility District in Tahoe City, Calif., in 2005.

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In her first two years with the Lady Bucs, Beus brought in a winning attitude to the team, and her pitchers helped break numerous school records.

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Ariel Beus enters her third season as the Lady Bucs’ pitching coach in 2010.

“The hire of Callie is another step toward a championship season for our program,” said Mangrum. “She brings a new dynamic to our team with her expertise in speed, slapping, and strength and conditioning. Along with her defensive specialty in the outfield, she will assist in the efforts of taking this program to the next level. Her experiences at Virginia Tech and

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Rhodes, who was a four-year letterwinner at Virginia Tech, graduated as the Hokies’ all-time leader in career and singleseason stolen bases. Currently, Rhodes ranks second all-time in career stolen bases, but she is the only Virginia Tech player in school history to record 30 or more stolen bases in three separate seasons. In her four-year playing career, Rhodes played in 225 games (195 starts) and hit .315 with 102 runs scored and 113 steals. Rhodes also had a hand in leading the Hokies to back-toback NCAA Tournament appearances in 2006 and 2007, as well as guiding Virginia Tech to the 2007 ACC Championship title.

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Callie Rhodes enters her first season with the Lady Bucs in 2010. Rhodes will take over a plethora of duties such as: speed training, recruiting, outfield workouts and assisting the slap hitters.

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“Ariel has played at a very high level and been successful, so she knows what it takes to get there,” added Mangrum. “Her success will bring a

playing in the Big East and ACC will bring a wealth of knowledge to our program.” Not only did Rhodes excel on the field for the Hokies, but she was a scholar in the classroom. Rhodes earned a B.A. in Communications from Virginia Tech where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2007, and was also selected to the Big East and ACC All-Academic teams. On the field, Rhodes was named to the 2007 All-ACC Second Team (Designated Player) and the NFCA All-Northeast Region Second Team. In addition, the speedster was a two-time VaSID All-State First Team selection and a five-time Strength and Conditioning Softball Athlete of the Year recipient. “I am most pleased with her character and reputation as a player, because she fits the mold of the foundations of our program,” commented Mangrum. “To me, this is more important than knowledge and experience.”

From left to right – Volunteer Coach Laura Roberts, Assistant Coach Callie Rhodes, Assistant Coach Ariel Beus, and Head Coach Andrea Mangrum.

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2010 ETSU 2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team … started all 55 games at shortstop … led the Lady Bucs with a career-best .345 batting average (57-165) – which ranks fourth all-time among single season leaders at ETSU … tied a team high with an eight-game hitting streak from 4/10-18 …posted an ETSUbest 17 stolen bases, while driving in 11 RBIs and scoring 14 runs.

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2008: Named to the Atlantic Sun AllAcademic List … was one of two players to start all 63 games … was a perfect 14-for-14 in stolen base attempts … ranked second on the team in hits (49) and tallied 11 multi-hit games.

Position: OF/INF • Height: 5’5” Class: Senior • B/T: L/R Hometown: Moreno Valley, Calif. / Valley View HS

2007: Played in 54 games (51 starts) as a freshman for the Bucs batting .281 (38135) … named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team … scored 22 runs for the Bucs, driving in seven, and had three doubles and two triples … was 4-7 in stolen base attempts … received A-Sun AllAcademic Honors. High School: Coached by Marina Ramirez and Sara Kammert at Valley View High School … was a three-year letterwinner while playing second,

shortstop and outfield … named Second-Team All-Mountain View League in 2005. Personal: Daughter of Videll and Asneth Cason … majoring in pre-education … born November 23, 1988.

Cason’s Career Statistics Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team … went 8-7 with a 2.06 ERA (33 ER/112.0 IP) and tallied a career-high four shutouts … limited the opposition to only four home runs in 112.0 IP … began the year with a 6-2 mark and a 1.75 ERA before being sidelined with an injury in her throwing arm. 2008: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic List … made 24 appearances and 14 starts for the Lady Bucs in the circle … tossed 76.1 innings and totaled four wins on the season … opened the season with a five-hit shutout over Furman on Feb. 9 … struck out a seasonhigh six batters in the win over Western Carolina on April 23.

GP-GS 54-51 63-63 55-55 172-169

AVG .281 .257 .345 .293

AB 135 191 165 491

R 22 22 14 58

H 38 49 57 144

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3B HR RBI BB 2 0 7 6 1 0 16 8 1 0 11 1 4 0 34 15

SO 29 28 10 67

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22 D arci G ilbert Position: P • Height: 5’5” Class: Senior • B/T: R/R Hometown: Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Riverdale HS

2007: Appeared in 33 games, Riverdale High School and played pitcher, infield and outfield positions starting in 25 for the Bucs … started … four-year letterwinner in softball and posted a 95-15 (.864) record in 23 games as a pitcher with a 10-14 her final two seasons … named class 7AAA Pitcher of the Year … 2003 record and a 3.48 ERA through and 2005 All-County Team … 2005 7AAA MVP. 148.2 innings pitched … recorded 14 complete games, two shutouts and Personal: Daughter of Jim and Marie Gilbert … majoring in art … 66 strikeouts … her three saves put her in born May 22, 1988. the top five in Gilbert’s Career Statistics school history … had two Year GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT hits driving in 2007 31-23 .222 9 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 2-2 two runners and 2008 6-4 .000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 was a perfect 2-2 2009 4-3 .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 in stolen base attempts … Total 62-42 .154 13 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 6 2-2 received A-Sun AllW-L ERA APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER SO BB B/AVG WP HBP Academic Honors. Year High School: Coached by Jeff Breeden at

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2008: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team and Atlantic Sun All-Academic List … set new ETSU records in wins (19), IP (223.1), strikeouts (255), appearances (41) and single game strikeouts (16) … struck out a career-best 16 batters in the win over Presbyterian on 3/26 … tied the school record with five shutouts …posted eight games with 10 or more strikeouts and won six straight starts from 4/5-15.

Position: P/INF • Height: 5’8” Class: Senior • B/T: R/R Hometown: Rocklin, Calif. / Rocklin HS

2008: Named to the Atlantic Sun AllTournament Team and Atlantic Sun All-Academic List … led the Lady Bucs in hitting (.347), runs scored (31), hits (68), RBIs (35), slugging percentage (.464) and on-base percentage (.376) … the 68 hits were the second most recorded in a single season, while her .347 batting average was third … led the team with 19 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games – including a career-best five runs batted in against USC Upstate on 3/24. 2007: Started all 55 games for the Bucs, batting .305 (54-177) … named Second-Team All-Conference by the Atlantic Sun … was named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team … was second on the team in runs scored with 39 which is third best in school history … hit eight doubles, one triple and five home runs driving in 32 runners … tied the school record with two home runs against Tennessee 3/30 … had nine walks and was 2-4 in stolen base attempts.

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3B HR RBI BB 0 1 5 3 0 1 8 8 0 0 5 2 0 2 18 13

SO SB-ATT 13 1-1 36 1-1 13 0-0 62 2-2 ER 19 87 60 166

SO 58 255 184 497

BB 23 106 66 195

B/AVG .219 .219 .227 .222

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Personal: Daughter of Tom and Gail Hardy … majoring in pre-education … born March 26, 1988.

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2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic List … started all 55 games for the Lady Bucs and posted the fifth best single season batting average in ETSU history (.337) … led the team in hits (59), runs scored (34), total bases (71), slugging percentage (.406) and on-base percentage (.377) … also led the Lady Bucs with 17 multi-hit games … stole 14 bags and knocked out nine doubles.

High School: Three-year letterwinner in softball at Rocklin High School … played pitcher, first and third … team captain from 2005-06 … 200405 All-League Team … named team MVP in 2003 and 2005 … won the Team Choice Award in 2004.

Position: UTIL • Height: 5’3” Class: Senior • B/T: R/R Hometown: Talbott, Tenn. / Jefferson County HS High School: Four-year letterwinner in softball, two-year letterwinner in volleyball and golf … IMAC All-Conference from 2003-06 … named All-State as a freshman … 2003 and 2005 All-Northeast Tennessee Player of the Year … 2005 IMAC District Tournament Champion MVP.

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2007: Played in 31 games making 26 starts for the Bucs, hitting .200 (8-40) … scored five runs, driving in five runners, and hit three doubles and a home run … started six games as a pitcher with a 6-3 record … had a 2.15 ERA with only 19 earned runs in 62 innings of work … threw five complete games including a no-hit shutout of Virginia Intermont Hardy’s Career Statistics on 4/17, the first Year GP-GS AVG AB ever in school 2007 37-29 .200 40 history … named A-Sun pitcher of 2008 44-42 .225 111 the week 4/18 2009 24-22 .167 48 … had one Totals 119-105 .206 199 save and 58 strikeouts … was named Year W-L ERA APP GS to the Buc 2007 6-2 2.15 16 6 4.0 Club … received A-Sun 2008 19-15 2.79 41 30 All-Academic 2009 17-17 1.93 39 30 Honors. Totals 42-35 2.31 96 66

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2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic List and received A-Sun Pitcher of the Week honors on 5/4 … broke the Lady Buccaneer single season shutout record with seven and combined to toss ETSU’s first-ever perfect game versus UNC Central on 4/4 … led the Lady Buccaneer pitching staff in every major category – including 17 wins and 184 strikeouts.

Personal: Daughter of Garry and Darlene Jett … majoring in preeducation … born April 23, 1988.

Jett’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS AVG 2007 55-55 .305 2008 61-61 .347 2009 55-55 .337 Totals 171-171 .330

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3B HR RBI BB 1 5 32 9 0 4 35 7 0 1 15 10 1 10 82 26

SO 16 15 23 54

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8 T risha M assenzo Position: C/INF • Height: 5’6” Class: Senior • B/T: R/R Hometown: Russellville, Tenn. / Morristown East HS

2008: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic List … started all 63 games for the Lady Bucs and led the team with 12 doubles and seven home runs … tallied 10 multi-hit games and six games with two or more RBIs … hit safely in eight straight games from 2/29-3/8.

High School: Multi-sport athlete as she was a four-year letterwinner in softball and a two-year winner in volleyball … named All-Conference and All-District from 2003-05 … selected All-State in 2006 ... All-Northeast Player of the Year runner-up … 2004 best defensive player and named best offense in 2003 and 2005 … named First-Team IMAC from 2003-06 … IMC Player of the Year in volleyball.

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2007: Started 33 games for the Bucs, hitting .270 (24-89) … scored 14 runs driving in 10 … had two doubles and 12 walks Personal: Daughter of Tim and Denise Massenzo … majoring in … had a team high .985 fielding physics … born Sept. 8, 1988. percentage, throwing out nine base runners Massenzo’s Career Statistics … was a perfect 3-3 in Year GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT stolen base attempts … 33-33 .270 89 14 24 2 0 0 10 12 21 3-3 was named to the Dean’s 2007 List … received A-Sun All- 2008 63-63 .251 187 30 47 12 0 7 28 8 33 5-7 Academic Honors. 2009 51-51 .296 152 17 45 10 0 2 28 11 15 2-2

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2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic List … started 51 of the 55 games played, while leading the Lady Bucs with 10 doubles and 28 RBIs … belted the Lady Bucs’ first-ever home run inside the newly built ETSU Softball Complex vs. Furman on 2/20 … tied a team high with an eight-game hitting streak from 2/13-21 … was tied for team lead with seven multi-RBI games, tied for second with 61 total bases and third on the team with 45 hits.

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147-147 .271 428 61 116 24 0

2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team … appeared in 29 contests, making 16 starts … drove in a pair of Lady Buccaneer runners at Longwood on 4/5. 2008: Named to the Atlantic Sun AllAcademic List … played in 53 games while making 47 starts … recorded her first collegiate hit against Stetson on 2/19 … belted her first home run as a Lady Buc at Coastal Carolina and also drove in a career-best three RBIs against the Chanticleers. High School: Multi-sport athlete as she was a fiveyear letterman in softball, four-year letterman in basketball, and two-year letterman in volleyball … was a member of the 2007 1A Tennessee State Champion Team … named All-State in 2006 and All-Tournament from 200406 … named All-West Tennessee in 2005 and 2006 … named All-District from 2003-06 … was named to the Tennessee All-State and All-Tournament basketball teams in 2007.

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Personal: Daughter of Rickey and Diane Henderson … plans to major in pre-physical therapy … born June 5, 1989.

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GP-GS 53-47 29-16 83-64

AVG .248 .167 .225

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R 18 2 20

H 30 8 38

2B 1 2 3

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Personal: Daughter of Phil Duncan and Pam Wells … born Nov. 22, 1988 … majoring in exercise science.

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High School … named Rookie of the Year in 2003 and received Honorable Mention accolades in 2004 … voted second team all-state in 2007.

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Position: P/OF • Height: 5’5” Class: Junior • B/T: L/R Hometown: Ooltewah, Tenn. / Chattanooga State CC

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Prior to ETSU: A right-handed pitcher from Chattanooga State, helped guide the Tigers to their first-ever #1 ranking in the NJCAA Poll, a FCCJ Tournament title, and a 60-win campaign in 2009 … posted a perfect season in the circle – going 13-0 with a 1.32 ERA (20 ER/105.2 IP) … made 30 appearances (19 starts), while tossing five shutouts and picking up two saves … the TJCAA All-Academic selection also helped Chattanooga State at the plate, where she hit a blistering .456 (31-for-68) with 11 runs scored and 13 stolen bases (14 attempts) … recorded 10 multi-hit games – including a season-high 3-for-4 effort against Florence on March 13. As a freshman, Duncan was 4-1 with a 1.00 ERA (4 ER/28.0 IP) … was a four-year letterwinner at Ooltewah

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Prior to ETSU: Was a four-year letterwinner at Girls Preparatory School … helped guide the GPS Lady Bruisers to their second straight and fifth state championship in the last 11 years, as a senior … helped guide the Bruisers to a 30-6 mark and a 2007 State Championship where she primarily played catcher and infielder … was named Second Team Best of Preps from 2005-07, as well as AllState in 2005 … won the USA Girls Wrestling State Championship in 2007, and also lettered in volleyball and bowling throughout her high school career.

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2009: Selected to the Atlantic Sun AllFreshman Team … played in 51 games (starting 49 of them) … blasted her first collegiate home run vs. UNC Central on 4/4 … recorded 13 multi-hit and three multi-RBI games … hit safely in seven of her first nine games at the Division I level … led ETSU freshman hitters with 38 hits, 13 RBIs and 46 total bases.

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Position: C/INF • Height: 5’2” Class: Sophomore • B/T: R/R Hometown: Hixson, Tenn. / Girls Preparatory School Personal: Daughter of Allen and Laura Campbell … born March 8, 1990 … undecided on major.

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GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB 51-49 .275 138 16 38 5 0 1 13 8

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2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team and was tabbed A-Sun Player of the Week on 5/4 … led ETSU freshman hitters with a .286 average and appeared in 48 games (40 starts) … went 7-for-8 with four runs scored, three RBIs and a home run in the doubleheader series at Western Carolina on 4/29 … the homer versus the Catamounts was Martin’s first round-tripper in an ETSU uniform … tied the ETSU single-game record with her four-hit effort in Cullowhee.

12 A nnie M artin Position: OF • Height: 5’4” Class: Sophomore • B/T: R/R Hometown: Centerville, Tenn. / Hickman County HS

Personal: Born October 11, 1989 … plans to major in pre-education … daughter of Alice T. Martin and Bradley A. Martin.

Prior to ETSU: Was a three-year letterwinner at Hickman County High School … Martin posted a .428 batting average (89-208) with three home runs and 49 RBIs in her first three years with the Bulldogs …named District 11AAA Martin’s Career Statistics Defensive MVP in 2006 and Year GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB 2007, along with First Team All-District in 2005 2009 48-40 .286 98 17 28 2 1 1 10 7 as a shortstop.

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2009: Made six appearances and one start in her rookie season in the circle … was a part of ETSU’s first-ever perfect game, as she tossed one inning of relief vs. UNC Central on 4/4 … posted her first collegiate start and strikeout vs. Milligan on 2/21. Prior to ETSU: Four-year letterwinner in softball and volleyball at Mt. Juliet High School … posted an impressive record of 51-13 in her first three seasons with the Bears … helped guide her team to back-to-back appearances in the state championship … named 2006 District 9AAA MVP and Team Co-MVP, as well as Second Team All-MTSCA … was also named to the MTSCA All-Academic list in 2008.

9 S helby M orris Position: P/OF • Height: 6’0” Class: Sophomore • B/T: R/R Hometown: Mt. Juliet, Tenn. / Mt. Juliet HS

Personal: Plans to major in broadcasting … daughter of Jackie and Steve Morris … born June 4, 1990.

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13 A rielle G arner Position: INF • Height: 5’2” Class: Freshman • B/T: R/R Hometown: Buchanan, Ga. / Central HS

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About Garner: Is a versatile player who can step in and help ETSU in many areas as she has played third, short, first and pitched at both Bremen and Central High Schools … hit .422 and posted a perfect fielding percentage, along with going 22-3 with a 1.78 ERA in the circle in 2008 … during her freshman year at Bremen High School, Garner was the Blue Devils’ starting shortstop and number two pitcher … named Most Valuable Offensive Player as a sophomore, and at the end of her junior year she was tabbed First Team All-Region, West Georgia Newcomer of the Year, and Second Team All-State … selected Player of the Year in Carroll County as a senior.

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Prior to ETSU: Was a multi-sport athlete from Marana High School … hit .412 her junior season as well as posting a perfect fielding percentage, and hit a teamleading .391 as a senior … was named Personal: Plans to major in mass communications … daughter of Second Team All-Southern Arizona Monica and Vince Delisa …born September 4, 1989. from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen and Honorable Mention from the Arizona Republic in 2007 … also received Honorable Mention honors from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen in 2006 … played for the Arizona Desert Thunder Gold, and helped guide the Delisa’s Career Statistics Arizona Roadrunners to their GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT 13th-place finish in the 2007 Year 2009 26-13 .184 49 3 9 0 0 1 8 0 8 0-0 18A Nationals.

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Position: C • Height: 5’5” Class: Sophomore • B/T: R/R Hometown: Tucson, Ariz. / Marana HS

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2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team … played in 26 contests, starting 13 … tallied her first collegiate hit vs. Furman on 2/20, and belted her first home run at ETSU against Boston College on 2/27 … hit safely in six straight games from 2/20-3/7.

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Personal: Born November 18, 1990 … daughter of Sidney and Lori Garner … has yet to declare a major.

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About Hartnett: Brings a lot of speed to the Lady Bucs and was a four-year letterwinner at South Gwinnett High School … had been a starting outfielder since her freshman year at South Gwinnett, and led the Comets in every offensive category as a junior … hit .372 with a .476 on-base percentage and .488 slugging percentage – en route to being named 2008 Offensive Player of the Year in 2008 … helped guide the Comets to a 2005 Regional Championship as well as leading her team to sectionals in 2005 and 2008 … was also named First Team All-Region and First Team AllCounty as a junior.

Position: OF/INF • Height: 5’1” Class: Freshman • B/T: R/R Hometown: Snellville, Ga. / South Gwinnett HS

Personal: Daughter of Terry and Cyndy Hartnett … born May 11, 1991 … plans to major in criminal justice and criminology.

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About Hensley: Is one of two Lady Buccaneer players from Unicoi County High School …. hit .396 with two home runs for the Blue Devils in 2008 … named All-Conference, AllState, and All-District as a catcher in 2008 and 2009 … was named the Most Promising Underclassman and Sweet 16 catcher by the Johnson City Press. Personal: Born January 28, 1991 … daughter of Michael Hensley and Tootie Tolley … plans to major in chemistry.

14 W hitley H ensley Position: C • Height: 5’4” Class: Freshman • B/T: R/R Hometown: Erwin, Tenn. / Unicoi County HS

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About Schneider: Schneider, who is a righthanded infielder/outfielder, hit .495 (48-for-97) with 10 doubles, three triples, three home runs and 35 RBIs this past season at Pasco High School … standout player helped the Pirates not only with her bat, but also her speed, as Schneider was 32-for-33 in stolen base opportunities in 2009 … Schneider is an all-conference selection in both softball and basketball, while also excelling in the classroom by receiving scholar-athlete honors from the Sunshine Athletic Conference.

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Position: INF • Height: 5’2” Class: Freshman • B/T: R/R Hometown: Dade City, Fla. / Pasco HS

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Personal: Born March 8, 1991 … daughter of Gary and Tracy Lower … plans to major in Criminal Justice and Criminology.

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Position: INF • Height: 5’4” Class: Freshman • B/T: R/R Hometown: Sebring, Fla. / Sebring HS

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About Lower: Is a talented four-sport athlete out of Sebring High School, where she lettered in volleyball, cross country, soccer and softball … a consistent hitter as she has mounted a .500 or better batting average in her first three seasons, and was also a three-year Offensive Player of the Year and All-County Team selection … comes from a very successful travel team – the Tampa Mustangs – as she led them to a 2008 ASA State Championship and finished in the top-20 at the ASA Nationals.

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About Treadway: Is one of two ETSU players from Unicoi County High School … helped guide the Blue Devils to a 2009 TSSAA Class AA State Championship …Treadway posted a team-high .450 batting average in 2009 and also led Unicoi County with 77 hits, 52 runs scored and a .505 on-base percentage … named AllDistrict and All-Conference, along with being selected to the Johnson City Press Northeast Tennessee Sweet Sixteen Team … in her four-year career, Treadway hit .402 (182-for-453) with 156 runs scored, 88 RBIs, and 48 stolen bases.

2 M ikayla T readway Position: SS • Height: 5’0” Class: Freshman • B/T: L/R Hometown: Unicoi, Tenn. / Unicoi County HS

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Personal: Born May 25, 1991 … daughter of John and Gina Schneider … has yet to declare a major.

Personal: Daughter of Doug and Patty Treadway … plans to major in premedicine … born November 29, 1990.

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Breakdown by state Arizona (1)

Marlina Delisa – Tucson

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Arielle Garner – Buchanan Tara Hartnett – Snellville

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Amy Campbell – Chattanooga Jessica Duncan – Ooltewah Darci Gilbert – Murfreesboro Katie Henderson – Jackson Whitley Hensley – Erwin Katy Jett – Talbott Annie Martin – Centerville Trisha Massenzo – Russellville Shelby Morris – Mt. Juliet Mikayla Treadway – Unicoi

Coaching Staff Head Coach....Andrea Mangrum (Fifth Season) Assistant Coach........ Ariel Beus (Third Season) Assistant Coach.... Callie Rhodes (First Season) Athletic Trainer......................... Dawn Thomas (Second Season)

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Cheniece Cason............Shuh-NIECE Kay-sin Marlina Delisa........................ Duh-LEE-suh Trisha Massenzo......................MUH-sen-ZO Ariel Beus............................. Buus (long U)

Breakdown by class Freshmen (6)

Arielle Garner Tara Hartnett Whitley Hensley Sam Lower Lucy Schneider Mikayla Treadway

Sophomores (4)

Juniors (2)

Jessica Duncan

Amy Campbell Marlina Delisa Annie Martin Shelby Morris

Katie Henderson

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Cheniece Cason Darci Gilbert Marissa Hardy Katy Jett Trisha Massenzo

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Name Amy Campbell Cheniece Cason Marlina Delisa Jessica Duncan Arielle Garner Darci Gilbert Marissa Hardy Tara Hartnett Katie Henderson Whitley Hensley Katy Jett Sam Lower Annie Martin Trisha Massenzo Shelby Morris Lucy Schneider Mikayla Treadway

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Hometown/Previous School Chattanooga, Tenn. / Girls Prep School Moreno Valley, Calif. / Valley View Tucson, Ariz. / Marana Ooltewah, Tenn. / Chattanooga State CC Buchanan, Ga. / Central Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Riverdale Rocklin, Calif. / Rocklin Snellville, Ga. / South Gwinnett Jackson, Tenn. / Trinity Christian Erwin, Tenn. / Unicoi County Talbott, Tenn. / Jefferson County Sebring, Fla. / Sebring Centerville, Tenn. / Hickman County Russellville, Tenn. / Morristown East Mt. Juliet, Tenn. / Mt. Juliet Dade City, Fla. / Pasco Unicoi, Tenn. / Unicoi County

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

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Hometown/Previous School Jackson, Tenn. / Trinity Christian Moreno Valley, Calif. / Valley View Unicoi, Tenn. / Unicoi County Chattanooga, Tenn. / Girls Prep School Talbott, Tenn. / Jefferson County Dade City, Fla. / Pasco Ooltewah, Tenn. / Chattanooga State CC Tucson, Ariz. / Marana Russellville, Tenn. / Morristown East Mt. Juliet, Tenn. / Mt. Juliet Snellville, Ga. / South Gwinnett Centerville, Tenn. / Hickman County Buchanan, Ga. / Central Erwin, Tenn. / Unicoi County Sebring, Fla. / Sebring Murfreesboro, Tenn. / Riverdale Rocklin, Calif. / Rocklin

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Name Katie Henderson Cheniece Cason Mikayla Treadway Amy Campbell Katy Jett Lucy Schneider Jessica Duncan Marlina Delisa Trisha Massenzo Shelby Morris Tara Hartnett Annie Martin Arielle Garner Whitley Hensley Sam Lower Darci Gilbert Marissa Hardy

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(All games sorted by batting avg) Record: 27-28 Home: 11-13Away: Away:8-12 8-12 Neutral: Record: 27-28 Home: 11-13 Neutral: 8-3 8-3 Conference: Conference:6-14 6-14

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CASON, Cheniece

.345 55-55

165

14

57

2

1

0

11

61

.370

1

1

10

0

.351

1

2 17-20 100 100

11 .948

JETT, Katy

.337 55-55

175

34

59

9

0

1

15

71

.406

10

3

23

0

.377

3

3 14-16 113

47

5 .970

POWELL, Kate

.321 44-44

140

21

45

1

2

0

8

50

.357

2

3

13

0

.342

1

8

3-5

58

5

3 .955

MASSENZO, Trisha

.296 51-51

152

17

45

10

0

2

28

61

.401

11

2

15

0

.347

2

2

2-2

246

47

4 .987

MARTIN, Annie

.286 48-40

98

17

28

2

1

1

10

35

.357

7

0

10

1

.333

0

4

5-7

59

6

1 .985

CAMPBELL, Amy

.275 51-49

138

16

38

5

0

1

13

46

.333

8

0

26

0

.315

0 10

2-4

62

97

11 .935

McCOY, Vicki

.226 53-51

146

12

33

0

0

0

5

33

.226

3

0

17

0

.242

0

3 11-17

54

0

1 .982

O'CONNOR, Chelsea

.223 44-37

94

14

21

2

0

0

3

23

.245

7

3

11

0

.298

0

6

6-9

49

29

3 .963

ZYSKOWSKI, Caitlin

.214 25-15

42

7

9

1

0

1

8

13

.310

2

3

9

0

.292

1

1

1-3

0

0

0 .000

HACKWORTH, Jessie

.208 54-54

149

17

31

3

0

5

23

49

.329

14

2

27

0

.283

1

3

4-4

334

15

4 .989

DELISA, Marlina

.184 26-13

49

3

9

0

0

1

8

12

.245

0

0

8

0

.184

0

1

0-0

4

1

0 1.000

HARDY, Marissa

.167 24-22

48

1

8

2

0

0

5

10

.208

2

1

13

0

.216

0

4

0-0

13

34

4 .922

HENDERSON, Katie

.167 29-16

48

2

8

2

0

0

4

10

.208

5

0

9

0

.245

0

3

1-1

23

8

2 .939

TIPTON, Kala

.125

26-4

BOYD, Ashley

.100

9-3

GILBERT, Darci

2b 3b hr

bb hp

po

8

4

1

0

0

0

1

1

.125

0

0

2

0

.125

0

0

1-2

3

0

0 1.000

10

0

1

1

0

0

0

2

.200

1

1

2

0

.250

0

1

0-0

1

7

0 1.000

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0-0

.000

4-3

0

0

0

.000

1

0

.000

4

31

0 1.000

Totals

.269

55

1463 179 393

40

4 12 142 477

.326

73 19 196

1

.310

9 51 67-90

1123

427

49 .969

Opponents

.240

55

1406 153 337

45

6 36 138 502

.357 118 19 253

0

.306

5 41 36-62

1126

562

84 .953

LOB - Team (315), Opp (318). DPs turned - Team (9), Opp (12). IBB - Team (6), HACKWORTH 2, CAMPBELL 1, MASSENZO 1, ZYSKOWSKI 1, JETT 1, Opp (3). Picked off - CASON 2, CAMPBELL 1, HENDERSON 1, O'CONNOR 1, TIPTON 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

app gs

cg

sho

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

HARDY, Marissa

1.93 17-17

era

w-l

39 30

22

7/1

sv

0 218.0 182

ip

78

60

66 184

22

2

21

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

.227

14

6

0

4

23

GILBERT, Darci

2.06

8-7

21 17

9

4/1

0 112.0 106

48

33

35

45

14

2

4

.249

9

8

0

1

14

BOYD, Ashley

3.89

2-4

12

7

3

2/0

0

36.0

42

21

20

12

20

7

2

10

.290

1

2

0

0

4

MORRIS, Shelby

5.04

0-0

6

1

0

0/2

0

8.1

7

6

6

5

4

2

0

1

.219

1

3

0

0

0

Totals

2.23 27-28

55 55

34 15/2

0 374.1

337

153

119

118

253

45

6

36

.240

25 19

0

5

41

Opponents

2.31 28-27

55 55

30 10/2

5 375.1

393

179

124

73

196

40

4

12

.269

22 19

3

9

51

PB - Team (8), MASSENZO 6, HENDERSON 1, DELISA 1, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (6). SBA/ATT - MASSENZO (34-55), HARDY (29-46), GILBERT (7-14), CAMPBELL (2-4), BOYD (0-2), DELISA (0-1), HENDERSON (0-1).

2009 Atlantic Sun Standings Conference. . . . . . . . . . Overall School W-L Pct. W-L Pct. #1 Campbell > FGCU #2 Lipscomb #3 Mercer > USC Upstate > UNF #4 Jacksonville > Kennesaw State #5 ETSU #6 Stetson Belmont

16-4 15-5 15-5 14-6 11-9 11-9 7-13 7-13 6-14 5-15 3-17

.800 .750 .750 .700 .550 .550 .350 .350 .300 .250 .150

38-16 47-9 39-14 40-19 29-16 27-24 24-31 21-30 27-28 23-31 11-35

.704 .839 .736 .678 .644 .529 .436 .412 .491 .426 .239

* - Clinched Berth in 2009 A-Sun Championships > - Not Eligible for A-Sun Tournament Play During NCAA Reclassifying Period

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SOFTBALL

2009 A-Sun Leaders Summary 2009 Atlantic Sun

A-Sun Leaders Summary as of May 17, 2009 (All games) (All games)

Coaching Staff

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TEAM BATTING G Avg AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT HITS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------FGCU................ 56 .351 1539 419 540 83 14 69 242 269 80-104 ZIEGLER, Lauran FGCU...... 73 Lipscomb............ 53 .300 1471 230 441 69 8 38 125 175 38-48 DORTWEGT, Lauren LIP...... 72 Campbell............ 54 .294 1456 309 428 59 5 81 177 338 50-62 SIRUS, Kellie LIP......... 71 ETSU................ 55 .269 1463 179 393 40 4 12 73 196 67-90 JENKS, Cheyenne FGCU...... 69 USC Upstate......... 45 .265 1180 185 313 51 7 15 99 166 56-73 CARTER, Jessica FGCU...... 68 Mercer.............. 59 .258 1527 244 394 66 4 34 156 267 64-80 Jacksonville........ 55 .241 1405 166 338 53 5 10 113 276 15-23 RUNS SCORED 2009 Atlantic Sun UNF................. 50 .235 1333 152 313 75 4 16 111 269 23-32 ----------A-Sun Leaders Summary of May 17, 62 2009 Belmont............. 46 .231 1134 124 262 38 3 19 99 207 10-20 ZIEGLER, LauranasFGCU...... Kennesaw State...... 51 .230 1332 143 307 43 5 19 113 352 24-29 JENKS,(All Cheyenne FGCU...... 61 games) Stetson............. 54 .214 1378 147 295 34 2 29 187 344 41-54 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 58 Totals.............. 289 .264TEAM 15218BATTING 2298 4024 611 61 2859 468-615 FGCU........ G 342 Avg1495AB R H 2B GARY, 3B Jessica HR BB SO SB-ATT54 HITS HINTON, Katie CAM......... 46 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------TEAM PITCHING G ERA W L Sv IP H R ER BB SO FGCU................ 56 .351 1539 419 540 83 14 69 242 269 80-104 ZIEGLER, Lauran FGCU...... 73 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------RUNS BATTED IN Lipscomb............ 53 116 .300 1471 230 441 69 -------------8 38 125 175 38-48 2009 Softball DORTWEGT, Lauren LIP...... 72 Championship Lipscomb............ 53 1.75 39 14 2 368.2 292 92 119 304 54 120 .294 1456 309 428 59 JENKS, 5 Cheyenne 81 177 FGCU...... 338 University 50-62 73• May 7-9 • SIRUS, Kellie 71 Stetson Patricia Wilson Field LIP......... • DeLand, Fla. Mercer.............. 59 1.78Campbell............ 40 19 1 408.0 291 104 138 427 55 145 .269 1463 179 393 40 PAEZ, 4 Jessica 12 73 196 67-90 62 JENKS, Cheyenne FGCU...... 69 Stetson............. 54 1.85ETSU................ 23 31 1 370.2 302 98 115 362 FGCU........ Day Two DayFGCU...... Three 45 123 .265 1180 185 313 51 LOVE, 7 Karlie 15Day One CAM.......... 99 166 56-73 53Fri., CARTER, JessicaSat., 68 UNF................. 50 2.00USC 26 Upstate......... 23 3 349.2 270 100 146 375 May 8 Thurs., May 7 May 9 Games 7, 8, 9 4, 5, 6 FGCU...... Games 10, 11 (if necessary) 59 153 .258 1527 244 394 66 PLATT, 4 Games 341, 2, 3,156 267 64-80 50 ETSU................ 55 2.23Mercer.............. 27 28 0 374.1 337 119 118 253 Courtney USC Upstate......... 45 2.32Jacksonville........ 29 16 6 301.1 261 100 88 303 2 1tied 49 RBI(s) 55 125 .241 1405 166 338 53 No. 5 with 10 113 276 15-23 RUNS SCORED Campbell ** if four (4) teams remain after Game 6 ** Campbell............ 54 2.35UNF................. 38 16 7 351.2 344 118 105 278 50 183 .235 1333 152 313 75 4 Cam,16 111 269 23-32 ----------7-5 Campbell FGCU................ 56 2.64Belmont............. 47 9 9 360.2 354 186 136 115 233 DOUBLES 46 .231 1134 124 262 38 3 19 99 207 10-20 ZIEGLER, Lauran FGCU...... 62 Cam, 5-1 Kennesaw State...... 51 2.91Kennesaw 21 30 State...... 3 339.0 336 170 141 136 182 ------Campbell No. 6 Stetson 51 .230 1332 143 307 43 5 19 113 352 24-29 JENKS, Cheyenne FGCU...... 61 Sun 124 Jacksonville........ 55 3.01 24 31 1 367.12009 387Atlantic 218 158 270 BATTAGLIA, Ashley UNF..... 25 Cam, 1-0 Stetson............. 54 .214 1378 147 2 29 Jacksonville 187 344 41-54 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 58 A-Sun Summary of May194 17, 295 2009 34 SIRUS, Belmont............. 46 5.15 11 35 2 Leaders 293.2 364 284as 216 227 Kellie LIP......... 17 Totals.............. (All 289 1823 .264 1382 152181398 2298 3214 4024 611 CARTER, 61 342 1495 2859 468-615 GARY, Jessica FGCU........ 54 games) Totals.............. 289 2.49 325 252 35 3885.0 3538 Jessica FGCU...... 17 No. 2 Lipscomb HINTON, Katie CAM......... 46 OGLESBEE, Holly MER....... 17 Campbell Lip, 6-0 Lipscomb G PB ERA W SB-ATT L Sv IP HITS H with R 12 double(s) ER BB SO TEAM FIELDING POTEAMR APITCHING 2 tied TEAM BATTING G AvgG AB H E 2B Pct3B DPHR BBSBA-ATT SO Cam, 1-0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------RUNS BATTED IN Mer, 2-0 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------No. 5 ETSU 53 39 14 2 368.2 ZIEGLER, 292 116 119 304 73 -------------Mercer.............. 59 1539 1224Lipscomb............ 323 54040 83.97514 11 5 49-68 TRIPLES FGCU................ 56 .351 419 69 1.75 242 269 80-104 Lauran92FGCU...... Mercer UNF................. 50 1049 368 40 .973 13 4 32-52 ------Mercer.............. 59 1.78 40 19 1 408.0 291 120 104 138 427 72 JENKS, Cheyenne Campbell FGCU...... 73 Lipscomb............ 53 .300 1471 230 441 69 8 38 125 175 38-48 DORTWEGT, Lauren LIP...... Lipscomb............ 53 1456 1106Stetson............. 405 42845 59.971 5 13 3 27-37 WALDRON, Samantha No. 3 Mercer Game 11 54 23 31 302 145 98 FGCU.... 115 3624 71 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 62 Campbell............ 54 .294 309 81 1.85 177 338 50-621 370.2 SIRUS, Kellie LIP......... if necessary USC Upstate......... 45 903UNF................. 304 37 .970 5 4 22-25 DORTWEGT, LIP...... 30 min. after Gm10 2-0 Lauren 50 2.00 26 23 3 349.2 JENKS, 270 Mer,Cheyenne 123 100FGCU...... 146 3753 69 LOVE, Karlie CAM.......... 53 ETSU................ 55 .269 1463 179 393 40 4 12 73 196 67-90 Mercer Mercer ETSU................ 55 1123ETSU................ 427 49 .969 9 8 36-62 PAEZ, FGCU........ 55 2.23 27 28 337 Jessica 153 119 118 2533 68 PLATT, Courtney FGCU...... 50 USC Upstate......... 45 .265 99 166 56-730 374.1 CARTER, Jessica Mer, 10-4 No. 4 Jacksonville Campbell............ 54 1180 1055 185 494 31354 51.966 7 2015 6 44-56 CHEWNING, CrislynFGCU...... UPST.... 3 Lipscomb Mercer USC Upstate......... 45 2.32 267 29 16 6 301.1 261 125 100 88 303 2 tied with 49 RBI(s) Mercer.............. 59 .258 Kennesaw State...... 51 1527 1017 244 572 39463 66.962 4 2834 156 3 39-49 64-80 9 tied with 2 triple(s) Game 8 Campbell............ 54 2.35 38 16 344 SCORED 183 Stetson118 105 278 Lipscomb 3:30 pm Jacksonville........ 55 .241 276 15-237 351.2 RUNS Stetson............. 54 1405 1112 166 455 33867 53.959 5 1310 113 4 45-57 56 47 23-32 9 9 360.2 ----------354 RUNS 186 136Stet, 3-2 115 233 DOUBLES Winner Game 9 UNF................. 50 .235 152 16 2.64 111 269 FGCU................ 56 1333 1082FGCU................ 495 31374 75.955 4 10 11 32-39 HOME Stetson 51 21 30 336 170 141FGCU...... 136 182 62 ------Jacksonville........ 55 1134 1102Kennesaw 346 262State...... 73 38.952 3 12 10 --------Belmont............. 46 .231 124 19 2.91 99 78-91 207 10-203 339.0 ZIEGLER, Lauran ETSU 24 31 387 Cheyenne 218 158 124 270 BATTAGLIA, Ashley UNF..... 25 46 1332 881Jacksonville........ 324 30775 43.941 5 55 719 3.01 23 85-97 JENKS, Cheyenne FGCU...... 23 61 Kennesaw Belmont............. State...... 51 .230 143 113 352 24-291 367.1 JENKS, FGCU...... 46 11 35 364 Jessica 284 CAM.......... 216 194 227 SIRUS, Kellie LIP......... 17 Totals.............. 289 1378 11654Belmont............. 4513 295 617 34.963 2 141 81 489-633 LOVE, Karlie 16 58 Stetson............. 54 .214 147 29 5.15 187 344 41-542 293.2 PAEZ, FGCU........ ** if five (5) teams remain after Game 6 and two (2) after Game 9 ** MIGLIORI, STET..... 15 54 35 3885.0 GARY, 3538 1823Andrea 1382 1398 3214 CARTER, Jessica FGCU...... 17 Totals.............. 289 .264 15218Totals.............. 2298 4024 611 61 289 342 2.49 1495 325 2859252 468-615 Jessica FGCU........ Loser Game 5 15 INDIVIDUAL BATTING LEATHERS, Robin CAM....... OGLESBEE, Holly MER....... 17 HINTON, Katie CAM......... 46 Championship Schedule Game 7 Min 2.0 AB/Team game GTEAM AvgFIELDING AB R H RBIG 2B PO 3B HR BB PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 14 ABB ESO Pct DP PB SBA-ATT 2 tied with 12 double(s) 1:00 pm TEAM PITCHING G ERA W L Sv IP H R ER Wednesday, May 7 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Game 9 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------RUNS IN GM1: #1BATTED vs #6 1:00pm Loser Game 6 JENKS, Cheyenne FGCU...... 56 .473 146 61 69 73 23 58 TOTAL 6:00 pm 59 11 1224 0 323 40 .975 -------------11 BASES 5 11:00am 49-68 TRIPLES GM2: #2 vs #5 Lipscomb............ 1.75 3950Mercer.............. 14.4562 149368.2 CARTER, Jessica53 FGCU...... 33 292 68 49116 17 922 119 4 18304 ----------Game 10 Winner Game 6 UNF................. 50 1049 368 40 .973 13 4 32-52 ------5:00 pm GM3: #3 vs #4Cheyenne 9:00amFGCU...... Mercer.............. 1.78 4053 19.4371 135408.0 JENKS, PLATT, Courtney59 FGCU...... 41 291 59 50120 11 1042 138 10 37427 JENKS, Cheyenne FGCU...... 149 73 GM4: L2 4:00pm 53 1106981 405 45 13L1 vsJessica 3 27-37 WALDRON, Samantha FGCU.... 4 Winner Game 123 5 Stetson............. 54 1.85 2353Lipscomb............ 31.4181 170370.2 145 17 115 362 .971 PAEZ, FGCU........ 62 SIRUS, Kellie LIP......... 44 302 71 48 11 21 SIRUS, Kellie LIP......... Game 11 GM5: W1 vs L3 8:00pm USC Upstate......... 45 903 304 37 .970 5 4 22-25 DORTWEGT, Lauren LIP...... 3 if necessary ZIEGLER, Lauran50 FGCU...... 62 270 73 6123 0 1000 146 0 17375 PAEZ, Jessica 6:00pm FGCU........ Game 1178 53 UNF................. 2.00 2656 23.3883 188349.2 LOVE, Karlie CAM.......... 30 min. after Gm10 GM6: W2 vs W3 3:30 pm 55 49 9 Karlie 8 CAM.......... 36-62 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 3 Sun 2754ETSU................ LOVE, 2009 KarlieAtlantic CAM.......... 31 337 58 53 8 1190 427 16 30 LOVE, ETSU................ 55 2.23 28.3840 151374.1 153 1123 118 253 .969 PLATT, Courtney FGCU...... 114 50 Winner Game 106 4 Campbell............ 54 54 20 May 8with 6 Ashley 44-56 CHEWNING, Crislyn UPST.... 3 DORTWEGT, Lauren 41 261 72 10 6 1003 49488 0 7303 .966 2BATTAGLIA, UNF..... Leaders Summary as2.32 of May 17, 2009 Friday, USCA-Sun Upstate......... 45LIP...... 2953 16.375 6 192301.1 125 1055 tied 49 RBI(s) Winner Game 9 BATTAGLIA, Ashley 24 344 61 35 6 8278 .962 State...... 51 1017 63 28#1 vs #3 3 39-49 9 tied with 2 triple(s) GM7: 1:00pm (All games) Campbell............ 54 UNF..... 2.35 3849Kennesaw 16.3747 163351.2 183 25 1181 572 105 GARY, Jessica FGCU........ 54 354 67 25 8 1361 455 0 14 STOLEN SB-ATT GM8: 3:30pm 54 67 13#2 vs #6BASES 4 45-57 FGCU................ 56 2.64 4755Stetson............. 9.3519 191360.2 186 1112 115 233 .959 DOUBLES ** if five (5) teams remain after Game 6 and three (3) after Game 9 ** GM9: TBD 6:00pm CASON, 55FGCU................ .345 165 HITS 14 57 11 2 1 0 1 ---------------------------------10 11 32-39 HOME RUNS RKennesaw H 2B 3BCheniece HR 51ETSU...... BB 2.91 SO 21 SB-ATT State...... 30 3 339.0 336 56 170 1082 141 495 136 74 182 .955 ------Saturday, May 9 Lauran FGCU...... ZIEGLER, 26-31 Jacksonville........ 1102 346 73 .952 BATTAGLIA, 12 10 78-91 ---------------------------------------------------- 387 55 Loser Game 9 Jacksonville........ 55 3.01 24 31 1 367.1 218 158 124 270 Ashley UNF..... 25 GM10: Championship 5:00pm INDIVIDUAL PITCHING JOYCE, Amy STET........... 26-31 Belmont............. 46 881 75 7if necessary 23 85-97 FGCU...... 23 19Belmont............. 540 83 14 69 242 269 80-104 ZIEGLER, Lauran FGCU...... 73 Game 10 GM11: 293.2 216 BB324 194 227 .941 SIRUS, Kellie LIP......... 23-25 17 Game 7JENKS, Cheyenne Winner Min 1.0 IP/Team46 game5.15 11 App 35 ERA2 W-L Sv 364 IP H284 R ER SO JOHNSON, Anna MER......... 5:00 pm Totals.............. 4513 .963 CARTER, 141 81 489-633 LOVE, Karlie CAM.......... 16 (30 min after GM10) 30Totals.............. 441 69 8 38 289 125 2.49 175 325 38-48 DORTWEGT, Lauren LIP...... 72 252 35 3885.0 3538 289 182311654 1382 1398 617 3214 Jessica FGCU...... 18-22 17 ----------------------------------------------------------------------GARY, Jessica FGCU........ Game 11 Game 9 Winner Game 8 30 STET..... min after Gm10 6:00MIGLIORI, pm Andrea 15 09 428 59 5 Christen 81 177 LIP.... 338 50-62 Kellie LIP......... OGLESBEE, MER....... CAMPBELL, 13 1.39 11-1 SIRUS, 0 80.1 67 22 16 16 38 71 2 tied withHolly 17 stolen base(s) 17 BATTING CAM....... 15 79TEAM 393FIELDING 40 4Jenni12MER.......... JENKS, Cheyenne FGCU...... Game 9 Winner Game 6LEATHERS, RobinWinner HOLTZ, 39AINDIVIDUAL 1.44E 23-10Pct 1 213.2 150 PB48SBA-ATT 44 53 234 69 G73 196 PO 67-90 DP 2 tied with 12 double(s) 2.018-9 AB/Team gameJessica G 68Avg H STRIKEOUTS RBI 2B 3B HR BB 14 85--------------------------------------------------------------------313 51 7 Whitney 15 LIP....... 99 166 56-73 CARTER, KIIHNL, 33Min 1.45 1 198.0 139 48 FGCU...... 41 230 AB 68 R IP SO PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ CHILDERS, UPST..... 37--------------------------------------------------------------------------1.64 49 50 277 ------------------------------------44Mercer.............. 394 66 4 Morgan 34 59 156 267 64-80 1224 323 40 23-9.9754 209.0 11 139 562 49-68 TRIPLES LINDSEY, Amanda STET...... 29 1.74 12-15 0 177.0 155 74 44 54 188 CHILDERS, Morgan UPST..... 209.0 277 56 .473 146 61 69 ------73 11 0 23 58 TOTAL BASES 66UNF................. 338 53 5 10 50 113 1049 276 15-23 RUNS FGCU...... SCORED 368JENKS, 40 Cheyenne .973 13 4 32-52 FINDLEY, UNF........ 36CARTER, 1.77 3 201.2 51 .456 89 251149 FINDLEY, Jessica FGCU...... 50 33 68 WALDRON, 49 17Devyn 2UNF........ 4 18 201.2 4 251 ----------52Lipscomb............ 313 75 4 Devyn 16 53 111 1106 269 23-32 ----------405 45 12-17 .971 13 147 357 27-37 Samantha FGCU.... STANLEY, Brittany CAM..... 31 1.79 19-5 0 156.2 138 65 40 33 131 HOLTZ, Jenni MER.......... 213.2 234 PLATT, Courtney FGCU...... 53 .437 135 41 59 50 11 2 10 37 24USC262 38 3 19 4599 903 207 10-20 ZIEGLER,5 Lauran 62 Upstate......... 304 37 .970 4 FGCU...... 22-25 DORTWEGT, Lauren LIP......198.0 3 230 JENKS, Cheyenne FGCU...... 149 MCDANIEL, FGCU.. 25SIRUS, 1.85 22-1 0 LIP......... 143.2 122 53 FGCU...... 38 .418 36 112170 61 44 KIIHNL, Whitney1 LIP....... Kellie 53 71 PAEZ, 48 Jessica 17 11 21 SIRUS, Kellie LIP......... 123 43ETSU................ 307 43 5 Catherine 19 55 113 1123 352 24-29 JENKS, Cheyenne 427 49 .969 9 8 36-62 3 HARDY, Marissa ETSU....... 39 1.93 17-17 0 218.0 182 78 60 66 184 LINDSEY, AmandaFGCU........ ZIEGLER, Lauran FGCU...... 56 .388 188 58 62 73 CHEWNING, 6 0 Crislyn 0 STET...... 0 17 177.0 3 188 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 117 47Campbell............ 295 34 2 29 54 187MER..... 344 41-54 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 1055 494 54 15-8 .966 20 102 653 44-56 UPST.... RICHARDSON, Lacey 33 1.99 0 148.0 42 68 143

CAM.......... 54 .384 151 54 31 58 9 tied 53 with 8 2 0triple(s) 16 30 298 4024 611 61 342 51 14951017 2859 468-615 GARY, Jessica , Kennesaw 2009 State...... 572LOVE,63Karlie .962 28 3FGCU........ 39-49 Lauren LIP...... 53 .375 192 46 41 72 10 6 3 0 7 HINTON, Stetson............. 54 1112 455DORTWEGT, 67 .959 13Katie 4CAM......... 45-57 Ashley 10 UNF..... 49 .374 163 24 61 HOME 35 RUNS 25 1 6 8 Sv IP H R 56 ER SO 74 FGCU................ 1082 BB495BATTAGLIA, .955 11 32-39 FGCU........ 55 .351 191 54 67 --------25 8 1 0 14 -----------------------------------------RUNS BATTED IN TTJacksonville........ HITS 55 1102 346GARY,73Jessica .952 12 10 78-91 ETSU...... 55 .345 165 14 57 JENKS, 11 Cheyenne 2 1 FGCU...... 0 1 2 368.2 116 46 92881 119324CASON, 304 75 Cheniece -------------------292 Belmont............. .941 7 23 85-97 23 1 408.0 291 Lauran 120289 104 JENKS,141 Cheyenne FGCU...... 73 04Totals.............. ZIEGLER, FGCU...... 73617 11654 138 4513 427 .963 81 489-633 LOVE, Karlie CAM.......... 16 PITCHING 302 145 115 INDIVIDUAL 362 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 62 8 1 370.2 DORTWEGT, Lauren 98 LIP...... 72 MIGLIORI, Andrea STET..... 15 App ERA W-L53 Sv IPLEATHERS, H R Robin ER BBCAM....... SO 3 349.2 270Kellie 123 LIP......... 100 146 Min 375 LOVE,game Karlie CAM.......... 2 INDIVIDUAL SIRUS, 711.0 IP/Team BATTING 15 0 2.0 374.1 337Cheyenne 153 119 253 Courtney 0 Min JENKS, FGCU...... 69 AB/Team game G 118Avg----------------------------------------------------------------------AB R PLATT, H RBI 2B FGCU...... 3B HR BB 50 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 14 Christen LIP.... 13 1.39 11-1 0 80.1 67 22 16 16 38 6 301.1 261 Jessica 125 100 88 CAMPBELL, 303 2 tied with 49 RBI(s) 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------CARTER, FGCU...... 68 MER.......... 39 1 213.2TOTAL 150 BASES 48 44 53 234 7 351.2 344 FGCU...... 183 118 56 105 278 0 JENKS, Cheyenne .473HOLTZ, 146 Jenni 61 69 73 11 0 1.44 23 23-10 58 Whitney 33 1 198.0----------139 48 41 68 230 9 360.2 186 136 50 115 233 DOUBLES 3 CARTER, RUNS354 SCORED Jessica FGCU...... .456KIIHNL, 149 33 68 LIP....... 49 17 2 1.45 4 18-9 18 37 4 209.0JENKS, 139 62 49 50FGCU...... 277 3 339.0 336 FGCU...... 170 141 53 136 182 ------2 PLATT, ----------Courtney .437CHILDERS, 135 41 Morgan 59 UPST..... 50 11 2 1.64 10 23-9 37 Cheyenne 149 29 1.74 155 74 44 LIP......... 54 188 1 367.1 387 218 158 270 BATTAGLIA, 0 SIRUS, ZIEGLER, Lauran FGCU...... 62 Kellie LIP......... 53 124 .418LINDSEY, 170 44Amanda 71 STET...... 48 Ashley 17 1UNF..... 11 12-15 21 25 0 177.0SIRUS, Kellie 123 FINDLEY, Devyn UNF........ 36 1.77 12-17 3 201.2 147 57 51 89 251 2 293.2 364Cheyenne 284 216 Kellie 9 ZIEGLER, JENKS, FGCU...... 61 Lauran FGCU...... 56 194 .388 227 188 62 SIRUS, 73 6 0 LIP......... 0 0 17 17 PAEZ, Jessica FGCU........ 117 STANLEY, Brittany CAM..... 31 1.79 19-5 0 156.2 138 65 40 33 131 35 3885.0 3538 1823 FGCU........ 1382 541398 4 LOVE, PAEZ, Jessica 58 Karlie CAM.......... .3843214 151 31 CARTER, 58 53Jessica 8 FGCU...... 0 16 30 17 LOVE, Karlie CAM.......... 114 25 122 53 38 36 112 OGLESBEE, Holly 615 Jessica FGCU........ 54 DORTWEGT,GARY, Lauren LIP...... 53 .375MCDANIEL, 192 41 Catherine 72 10 FGCU.. 6 MER....... 3 1.85 0 22-1 7 17 0 143.2BATTAGLIA, Ashley UNF..... 106 HARDY, Marissa ETSU....... 39 1.93 17-17 0 218.0 182 78 60 66 184 E Pct DP PB SBA-ATT 2 tied with 12 double(s) HINTON, Katie CAM......... 46 BATTAGLIA, Ashley UNF..... 49 .374 163 24 61 35 25 1 6 8 RICHARDSON, Lacey MER..... 33 1.99 15-8 0 148.0 102 53 42 68 143 ------------------------------SO GARY, Jessica FGCU........ 55 .351 191 54 67 25 8 1 0 14 STOLEN BASES SB-ATT 40 .975 5 ---RUNS 11 BATTED IN 49-6855 .345 165 CASON, Cheniece ETSU...... 14 TRIPLES 57 11 2 1 0 1 ---------------------------------40 .973 13 4 32-52 ------304 -------------ZIEGLER, Lauran FGCU...... 26-31 45 .971 13Cheyenne 3 27-37 WALDRON, Samantha FGCU.... 4 427 JENKS, FGCU...... 73 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING JOYCE, Amy STET........... 26-31

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STOLEN BASES SB-ATT ---------------------------------ZIEGLER, Lauran FGCU...... 26-31 JOYCE, Amy STET........... 26-31 JOHNSON, Anna MER......... 23-25 GARY, Jessica FGCU........ 18-22 2 tied with 17 stolen base(s) STRIKEOUTS IP SO ------------------------------------CHILDERS, Morgan UPST..... 209.0 277 FINDLEY, Devyn UNF........ 201.2 251 HOLTZ, Jenni MER.......... 213.2 234 KIIHNL, Whitney LIP....... 198.0 230 LINDSEY, Amanda STET...... 177.0 188

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Year AVG GP 2001 .238 49 2002 .248 57 2003 .248 54 2004 .249 63 2005 .243 58 2006 .241 58 2007 .280 55 2008 .258 63 2009 .269 55 Totals .253 512

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Year ERA 2001 3.61 2002 3.63 2003 3.08 2004 2.52 2005 2.57 2006 4.23 2007 3.78 2008 3.19 2009 2.23 Totals 3.18

W-L 14-35 25-32 28-26 29-34 25-33 21-36 26-29 30-33 27-28 226-286

APP 49 57 54 63 58 58 55 63 55 512

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April Arnold (2001-02)

R H 2B 126 286 61 213 350 75 195 359 72 200 418 72 177 369 51 232 362 64 247 398 61 215 416 57 179 393 40 1784 3351 553

3B 7 9 11 20 11 6 9 5 4 115

HR 7 28 23 31 14 39 31 20 12 166

RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 103 382 .318 87 10 192 527 .374 140 18 168 522 .361 117 12 189 623 .371 114 13 144 484 .319 97 17 197 555 .370 107 17 213 570 .401 113 21 186 543 .337 105 18 142 477 .326 73 19 1534 4683 - 953 145

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R 36 3/0 0 314.0 390 254 40 5/0 4 368.2 445 274 31 9/3 6 367.2 393 216 33 9/0 1 425.0 396 197 25 8/3 5 386.1 395 192 23 4/0 3 382.1 494 307 31 8/1 4 353.1 423 251 38 9/0 0 410.2 418 253 34 15/2 0 374.1 337 153 291 69/10 23 3382.1 3691 2097 F

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Victoria Gast (2006) Stephanie Gaynord (2004-2007) Darci Gilbert (2007-pres.) Marsha Giles (2001-02)

Belinda Barrera (2004-05) Ashley Boyd (2008-2009) Allison Burnette (2005-2007) Miranda Byerly (2001-04)

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Kayla Calvert (2001) Amy Campbell (2009-pres.) Cheniece Cason (2007-pres.) Julia Chance (2001-04) Sheryl Clark (2002-04) Shawnda Cole (2001) Melanie Collins (2001-02) Whitney Compton (2007) Stephanie Cope (2005-2007)

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Laura Davies (2006) Marlina Delisa (2009-pres.)

Kaela Jackson (2008) Courtney Jenkins (2002, 04-06) Katy Jett (2007-pres.) Nikki Johnson (2002)

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Porshia Edmond (2001)

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Jessie Hackworth (2006-2009) Marissa Hardy (2007-pres.) Amanda Haverman (2005-08) Mary Beth Hazelwood (2002-05) Katie Henderson (2008-pres.) Jessica Hodge (2001) Rhea Holler (2001-04) Jolene Holthaus (2003)

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Katy Jett has been one of the most consistent hitters in ETSU history, as the Talbott, Tenn., native holds the third and fifth best single-season batting averages.

ER 162 191 162 153 142 231 191 187 119 1538

BB 128 117 155 164 106 141 148 176 118 1253

SO 140 181 153 291 274 170 176 353 253 1991

2B 63 83 81 57 61 85 85 64 45 624

SO 242 294 249 264 322 326 278 326 196 2497

OB% .294 .324 .309 .300 .294 .297 .340 .310 .310 -

SF SH 2 31 3 26 5 26 6 31 12 24 14 44 9 54 7 61 9 51 67 348

HR 11 26 18 23 25 48 25 55 36 267

AB 1317 1521 1461 1606 1533 1615 1416 1611 1406 13486

B/AVG WP .296 36 .293 30 .269 30 .247 21 .258 16 .306 21 .299 23 .260 30 .240 24 .274 231

3B 14 14 10 8 7 16 10 5 6 90

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Dez Franklin (2007) Jennifer Fraser (2003)

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Briana Knight (2005-08)

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Jessica Payne (2005) Kate Powell (2006-2009)

Lindsay Lane (2002-05) Amber Ledbetter (2001) Brittany Lehrschall (2005-06) Katie Lewis (2003) Jessica Lonsinger (2003-2006)

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Annie Martin (2009-pres.) Trisha Massenzo (2007-pres.) Melissa McCall (2005-06) Julia McChain (2003-04) Vicki McCoy (2008-2009) Tiffany McVay (2001-04) Amy Moore (2002-04) Shelby Morris (2009-pres.) Caitie Munal (2006)

Danielle Spetar (2002-05) Janine Sprague (2003-06) Deeanne Stratton (2001) Judith St. Clair (2001)

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Chelsea O’Connor (2009)

The 2006-07 Softball Bucs offense set numerous marks, including batting average (.280), runs scored (247), and RBIs (213).

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Brittany Richardson (2005-2007) Danielle Richardson (2001) Andrea Roberts (2001) Brittany Roggeman (2007)

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Kala Tipton (2009) V Mary Catherine Vercoe (2006-07)

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Caitlyn Zyskowski (2006-2009)

Marissa Hardy is the only pitcher in ETSU history to pitcher a no-hitter and combine for a perfect game.


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Team Records Team Records – Season Games played.........................................63, twice (2004 & 2008) Games won.....................................................................30, 2008 Most home wins..............................................................13, 2008 Most road wins: ....................................... 8, five times, last 2009 Most neutral site wins.....................................................15, 2004 team batting – season At bats..............................................40, at Jacksonville(4/13/07) Runs......................................21, vs. North Carolina A&T (4/9/02) Hits............................................................18, vs. Marist (3/1/08) Doubles..................................7, vs. North Carolina A&T (4/9/02) Triples......................................................3, vs. Towson (3/13/04) Home Runs..............................................5, vs. Belmont (4/6/07) Runs Batted In......................21, vs. North Carolina A&T (4/9/02) Total Bases............................35, vs. North Carolina A&T (4/9/02) Sacrifice Hits.........................................5, vs. Campbell (3/27/07) Sacrifice Flies .........2, 5x, last at College of Charleston (2/14/09) Strikeouts......................................18, vs. Virginia Tech (4/18/06) Walks...................................8, 2x, last vs. Florida A&M (2/19/07) Stolen Bases.............................................7, at Belmont (4/6/08) Hit by Pitch ........................3, at College of Charleston (2/14/09) Caught Stealing............................3, 2x, last vs. Mercer (4/27/07) Runners Left on Base.......................14, vs. Florida A&M (3/4/04) Hit into DP....................................3, 2x, last at Belmont (4/6/08) Team Fielding – Game Putouts......................................30, twice, last vs. UNF (3/18/09) Assists.................................................. 20, vs. Lipscomb (5/5/06) Errors...........................................7, 2x, last vs. Hofstra (2/17/07) Double Plays Turned........................3, 3x, last at FGCU (3/28/09) Passed Balls.........4, twice, last vs. North Carolina A&T (2/18/01) Team Pitching – Game Innings...................................10.0, twice, last vs. UNF (3/18/09) Strikeouts......................................16, vs. Presbyterian (3/26/08) Walks Allowed.....................................11, vs. Hartford (3/12/04) Hits Allowed........................................18, vs. Wisconsin (3/3/07) Runs Allowed......................................14, vs. Wisconsin (3/3/07) HRs Allowed................................6, vs. Tennessee Tech (3/12/08) Doubles Allowed............................. 7, vs. Georgia State (3/2/07) Triples Allowed.................2, 3x, last at Gardner-Webb (5/10/07) Hit By Pitch........................5, vs. College of Charleston (4/24/04) Wild Pitches........................................... 5, vs. Lipscomb (5/7/09) Individual Batting – Game At-Bats........................................................................5, 41 times Runs Scored........4, twice, last Annie Martin at Western Carolina (4/29/09) Hits......4, 10x, last Annie Martin at Western Carolina (4/29/09)) Doubles.............3, Sheryl Clark, vs. North Carolina A&T (4/9/02) Triples...............2, Stephanie Gaynord, vs. Sacred Heart (3/9/07) Home Runs.............. 2, 8x, last Katy Jett, at Tennessee (3/30/07) Total Bases...............................................10, Stephanie Gaynord, vs. Appalachian State (3/30/06) Runs Batted In.............7, Tiffany McVay, vs. Tennessee Wesleyan (5/5/02) Walks.......3, 4x, last Trisha Massenzo, vs. Florida A&M (2/19/07) Sacrifice Flies.......2, Katy Jett at College of Charleston (2/14/09) Sacrifice Hits................ 2, 3x, last Jessie Hackworth, at Campbell (3/27/07) Hit by Pitch................2, twice, last Cat Zyskowsk, at Jacksonville (4/13/07) Strikeouts....................................................................3, 44 times Stolen Bases.................3, 3x, last Katy Jett, at Belmont (4/6/08) Individual Fielding – Game Putouts............ 18, Jessie Hackworth, vs. USC Upstate (3/22/09) Assists.................9, twice, Jessie Hackworth, vs. Tennessee State (2/18/06) Errors...................................................................... 3, eight times Passed Balls..........4, 2x, last Rhea Holler, vs. North Carolina A&T (2/18/01)

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SOFTBALL Individual Pitching – Game Innings....10.0, twice, last Darci Gilbert vs. N. Florida (3/18/09)) Most Runs Allowed...............14, Marsha Giles, at South Carolina (3/27/02) Earned Runs.......8, 4x, last Darci Gilbert, vs. Winthrop (3/14/07) Walks Allowed.....................7, twice, last Ashley Boyd (2/16/08) Strikeouts.............16, Marissa Hardy, vs. Presbyterian (3/26/08) Hits Allowed.........15, Marsha Giles, at South Carolina (3/27/02) Doubles Allowed..........5, 3x, last Darci Gilbert, vs. Georgia State (3/2/07) Triples Allowed..........2, 3x, last MC Vercoe, Valparaiso (3/13/07) Home Runs Allowed..............4, MC Vercoe, vs. Marshall (3/4/06) Wild Pitches............................4, Kayla Calvert, vs. LSU (2/19/01) Hit Batters....... 3, 7x, last Darci Gilbert, vs. College of Charleston (2/17/08) No-hitters....................................2, last vs. UNC Central (4/4/09) Team Batting – Season Batting Average......... .280, 2007 (highest); .238, 2001 (lowest) Slugging Percentage.. .401, 2007 (highest); .318, 2001 (lowest) On-Base Percentage... .340, 2007 (highest); .294, 2005 (lowest) At-Bats.........................1681, 2004 (most); 1203, 2001 (fewest) Runs.................................. 247, 2007 (most); 126, 2001 (fewest) Hits................................... 418, 2004 (most); 286, 2001 (fewest) Doubles................................ 75, 2002 (most); 40, 2009 (fewest) Triples..................................... 20, 2004 (most); 4, 2009 (fewest) Home Runs............................. 39, 2006 (most); 7, 2001 (fewest) Runs Batted In.................. 213, 2008 (most); 103, 2001 (fewest) Total Bases........................ 623, 2004 (most); 382, 2001 (fewest) Walks.................................. 140, 2002 (most); 73, 2009 (fewest) Hit by Pitch........................... 21, 2007 (most); 10, 2001 (fewest) Strikeouts......................... 326, 2008 (most); 196, 2009 (fewest) Sacrifice Flies.......................... 14, 2006 (most); 2, 2001 (fewest) Sacrifice Hits......................... 61, 2008 (most); 26, 2003 (fewest) Stolen Bases......................... 95, 2008 (most); 34, 2007 (fewest) Stolen Base Attempts......... 120, 2005 (most); 45, 2007 (fewest) Team Pitching – Season Earned Run Average... 2.23, 2009 (lowest); 4.23, 2006 (highest) Saves......................6, 2003 (most); 0, on two occasions (fewest) Complete Games.................. 40, 2002 (most); 23, 2006 (fewest) Shutouts................................. 15, 2009 (most); 3, 2001 (fewest) Innings Pitched..........425.0, 2004 (most); 314.0, 2001 (fewest) Hits Allowed..................... 494, 2006 (most); 337, 2009 (fewest) Runs Allowed................... 307, 2006 (most); 153, 2009 (fewest) Earned Runs Allowed....... 231, 2006 (most); 119, 2009 (fewest) Walks Allowed.................. 176, 2008 (most); 106, 2005 (fewest) Strikeouts......................... 353, 2008 (most); 140, 2001 (fewest) Doubles Allowed............. 85, on two occasions (most); 45, 2009 (fewest) Triples Allowed....................... 16, 2006 (most); 5, 2008 (fewest) Home Runs Allowed............. 55, 2008 (most); 11, 2001 (fewest) Hit By Pitch........................... 47, 2004 (most); 18, 2008 (fewest) Wild Pitches.......................... 36, 2001 (most); 16, 2005 (fewest)

2007 graduate Stephanie Gaynord holds new school records in home runs (11), runs scored (46) and slugging percentage (.593). Gaynord also hit .313 in 2006, which was the fifth highest average in ETSU history.

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HITTING RECORDS Individual Season Records Batting Avg. (min. 100 AB) .358 Janine Sprague (62-173)............................ 2005 .348 Janine Sprague (70-201)............................ 2004 .347 Katy Jett (68-196).........................................2008 .345 Cheniece Cason (57-165)..............................2009 .337 Katy Jett (59-175).........................................2009 Slugging Pct. (min. 100 AB) .593 Stephanie Gaynord (182)............................ 2006 .589 Stephanie Gaynord (146)............................ 2007 .557 Janine Sprague (201).................................. 2004 .503 Janine Sprague (173).................................. 2005 .494 Mary Beth Hazelwood (174)....................... 2004 .494 Amanda Haverman (154)........................... 2007 On Base Pct. (min. 100 AB) .417 Janine Sprague (162).................................. 2003 .398 Janine Sprague (173).................................. 2005 .396 Stephanie Gaynord (146)............................ 2007 .392 Janine Sprague (201).................................. 2004 .381 Tiffany McVay (143).................................... 2001 At Bats 204 Danielle Spetar........................................... 2004 201 Janine Sprague........................................... 2004 196 Katy Jett..................................................... 2008 195 Lindsay Lane............................................... 2004 Runs Scored 46 Stephanie Gaynord..................................... 2006 45 Stephanie Gaynord..................................... 2007 39 Katy Jett..................................................... 2007 36 Lindsay Lane............................................... 2004 35 Briana Knight.............................................. 2006 Hits 70 68 62 60 59

Janine Sprague............................................ 2004 Katy Jett.......................................................2008 Janine Sprague............................................ 2005 Lindsay Lane................................................ 2004 Katy Jett.......................................................2009

Doubles 18 Janine Sprague............................................ 2004 15 Lindsay Lane................................................ 2004 14 Stephanie Gaynord...................................... 2006 13 Sheryl Clark................................................. 2002 12 Trisha Massenzo........................................... 2008 Triples 6 Janine Sprague............................................ 2004 6 Janine Sprague............................................ 2005 4 Danielle Spetar............................................ 2004 3 Lindsay Lane................................................ 2002 Home Runs 11 Stephanie Gaynord...................................... 2006 8 Danielle Spetar............................................ 2002 7 Stephanie Gaynord...................................... 2007 7 Trisha Massenzo........................................... 2008 RBIs 37 36 36 35 34

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Individual Season Records Fielding Percentage (min. 100 chances) .996 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2002 .994 Jessica Lonsinger........................................ 2003 .990 Katy Jett..................................................... 2008 .986 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2004 .986 Sheryl Clark................................................. 2004 Most Chances 380 Trisha Massenzo.......................................... 2008 365 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2004 362 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2003 353 Jessie Hackworth........................................ 2009 Most Putouts 338 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2004 338 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2003 334 Jessie Hackworth........................................ 2009 328 Trisha Massenzo.......................................... 2008 302 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2003 Most Assists 153 Jessie Hackworth........................................ 2006 148 Lindsay Lane............................................... 2004 143 Stephanie Gaynord..................................... 2006 127 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2003 Most Errors 25 Stephanie Gaynord..................................... 2006 25 Mary Beth Hazelwood................................ 2002 22 Jessie Hackworth........................................ 2006 22 Mary Beth Hazelwood................................ 2002 Most Double Plays Turned 14 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2004 14 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2003 12 Mary Catherine Vercoe................................ 2006 12 Stephanie Gaynord..................................... 2006 Most Caught Stealing By 22 Trisha Massenzo.......................................... 2009 21 Sheryl Clark................................................. 2002 17 Trisha Massenzo.......................................... 2008 13 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 13 Courtney Jenkins........................................ 2002

Earned Run Avg. (min. 100 IP) 1.93 Marissa Hardy (218.0)................................. 2009 2.06 Darci Gilbert (112.0).....................................2009 2.11 Tiffany McVay (166.0)................................. 2004 2.23 Courtney Jenkins (157.0)............................ 2005 Lowest opponent BA (min. 100 IP) .212 Belinda Barrera (156.2)............................... 2004 .219 Marissa Hardy (223.1)................................. 2008 .227 Marissa Hardy (218.0)................................. 2009 .247 Tiffany McVay (178.1)................................. 2003 .249 Belinda Barrera (159.2)............................... 2005 Wins 19 Marissa Hardy (19-15)................................. 2008 17 Marissa Hardy (17-17)................................. 2009 14 Tiffany McVay (14-10)................................. 2003 14 Tiffany McVay (14-11)................................. 2004 14 Courtney Jenkins (14-15)............................ 2005 Losses 19 17 15 15 15

Tiffany McVay (11-19)................................. 2001 Marissa Hardy (17-17)................................. 2009 Marissa Hardy (19-15)................................ 2008 Belinda Barrera (10-15).............................. 2004 Courtney Jenkins (14-15)............................ 2005

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Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2003 Courtney Jenkins........................................ 2002 Brittney Lehrschall...................................... 2005 Darci Gilbert................................................ 2007

Appearances 42 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 39 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2009 37 Courtney Jenkins.........................................2006 35 Courtney Jenkins........................................ 2002 35 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2004 Complete Games 25 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2001 24 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 22 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2009 20 Courtney Jenkins........................................ 2002 19 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2003 Shutouts 8 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2009 5 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 5 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2003 5 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2004

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Most runs allowed 124 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2001 108 Darci Gilbert................................................ 2007 107 Courtney Jenkins........................................ 2002 103 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 102 MC Vercoe................................................... 2007 Fewest Runs Allowed (min. 100 IP) 48 Darci Gilbert (112.0).....................................2009 62 Courtney Jenkins (157.0)............................ 2005 70 Belinda Barrera (156.2)............................... 2004 72 Ashley Boyd (109.0).................................... 2008 74 Tiffany McVay (166.0)................................. 2004 Most earned runs allowed 87 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 84 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2001 81 Courtney Jenkins........................................ 2002 79 MC Vercoe................................................... 2006 Fewest ER allowed (min. 100 IP) 33 Darci Gilbert (112.0).....................................2009 47 Ashley Boyd (109.0).................................... 2008 50 Courtney Jenkins (157.0)............................ 2005 50 Tiffany McVay (166.0)................................. 2004 Most walks allowed 106 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 86 Belinda Barrera........................................... 2004 66 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2009 66 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2001 66 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2003 Fewest walks allowed (min. 100 IP) 24 Courtney Jenkins (157.0)............................ 2005 26 Courtney Jenkins (177.2)............................ 2002 32 Ashley Boyd (109.0).................................... 2008 34 Courtney Jenkins (133.1)............................ 2006 Strikeouts 255 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 184 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2009 164 Belinda Barrera........................................... 2004 151 Belinda Barrera........................................... 2005 106 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2001

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Stolen Bases 28 Danielle Spetar (28-33).............................. 2005 24 Mary Beth Hazelwood (24-28).................... 2005 21 Vicki McCoy (21-26)..................................... 2008

Fewest hits allowed (min. 100 IP) 106 Darci Gilbert (112.0).....................................2009 120 Belinda Barrera (156.2)............................... 2004 134 Ashley Boyd (109.0).................................... 2008 137 Tiffany McVay (114.0).................................. 2002

History

Hit By Pitch 9 Caitlin Zyskowski........................................ 2007 5 Caitlin Zyskowski........................................ 2008 5 Caitlin Zyskowski........................................ 2006 4 Briana Knight...............................................2005 4 Miranda Byerly........................................... 2004

Most hits allowed 233 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2001 210 Courtney Jenkins........................................ 2002 184 Darci Gilbert................................................ 2007 182 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2009 181 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008

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Walks 25 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2004 24 Janine Sprague........................................... 2003 24 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2002

Innings pitched 223.1 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2008 218.0 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2009 202.1 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2001 178.1 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2003

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Right-handed hurler Marissa Hardy currently holds seven single season pitching records at ETSU, while also holding the most strikeouts in single game at 16.

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Total Bases 112 Janine Sprague............................................ 2004 108 Stephanie Gaynord..................................... 2006 96 Lindsay Lane............................................... 2005 91 Katy Jett..................................................... 2008 87 Janine Sprague........................................... 2005

Batters Faced 936 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2001 810 Courtney Jenkins........................................ 2002 803 Marissa Hardy............................................. 2009 784 Tiffany McVay.............................................. 2003

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Team Batting – Game

First-Ever Game..................................................................ETSU vs. Furman (2/20/09)

At-bats.......................................................................................34, vs. UNF (3/18/09)

First-Ever ETSU hit...........................................Trisha Massenzo, vs. Furman (2/20/09)

Runs.....................................................................................12, vs. Milligan (2/21/09)

First-Ever ETSU double.................................... Trisha Massenzo, vs. Milligan (2/21/09)

Hits.........................................................................................12, vs. Radford (5/1/09)

First-Ever ETSU triple..........................................Cheniece Cason, vs. Radford (5/1/09)

Doubles................................................................ 3, twice, last vs. Belmont (4/12/09)

First-Ever ETSU home run................................Trisha Massenzo, vs. Furman (2/20/09)

Triples.......................................................................................1, vs. Radford (5/1/09)

First-Ever ETSU run scored......................................Kate Powell, vs. Furman (2/20/09)

Home Runs.........................................................................2, vs. UNC Central (4/4/09)

First-Ever RBI...................................................Trisha Massenzo, vs. Furman (2/20/09)

Runs Batted In......................................................................10, vs. Milligan (2/21/09)

First-Ever Hit-by-pitch............................................Kate Powell, vs. Furman (2/20/09)

Sacrifice Hits.............................................................................3, vs. Radford (5/1/09)

Pitching Records – Individual

Sacrifice Flies................................................................1, 5x, last vs. Radford (5/1/09)

First-Ever Win........................................................Darci Gilbert, vs. Furman (2/20/09)

Strikeouts...................................................................... 10, vs. USC Upstate (3/22/09)

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ETSU Softball Stadium Records

First-Ever Shutout..................................................Darci Gilbert, vs. Furman (2/20/09) First-Ever No-hitter..................Marissa Hardy/Shelby Morris, vs. UNC Central (4/4/09) First-Ever Strikeout............................................. Marissa Hardy, vs. Furman (2/20/09) First-Ever Save....................................................................................................... N/A

Stolen Bases...........................................................................6, vs. Milligan (2/21/09) Hit by Pitch............................................................................. 2, vs. Furman (2/20/09) Caught Stealing............................................................1, 6x, last vs. Radford (5/1/09) Hit into DP..........................................................................1, vs. UNC Central (4/4/09)

First-Ever Walk.................................................... Marissa Hardy, vs. Furman (2/20/09)

Team Fielding – Game

First-Ever Hit-by-pitch........................................ Shelby Morris, vs. Milligan (2/21/09)

Putouts.......................................................................................30, vs. UNF (3/18/09)

ETSU Game Records – Team

Assists........................................................................................18, vs. UNF (3/18/09)

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First-Ever Perfect Game...........Marissa Hardy/Shelby Morris, vs. UNC Central (4/4/09)

Walks..................................................................................5, vs. UNC Central (4/4/09)

Games played.................................................................................................24, 2009 Games won.....................................................................................................11, 2009 Longest Game (Time)......................................2 hours, 20 minutes, vs. UNF (3/18/09)

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Longest Game (Innings).................................................10 innings, vs. UNF (3/18/09)

Errors............................................................................................3, vs. UNF (3/18/09) Team Pitching – Game

Innings....................................................................................10.0, vs. UNF (3/18/09) Strikeouts.............................................................11, vs. Virginia Intermont (4/17/09) Walks Allowed......................................................................7, vs. Campbell (3/21/09) Hits Allowed..................................................................12, vs. Virginia Tech (3/31/09)

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Runs Allowed...........................................................................7, vs. Radford (5/1/09) HRs Allowed........................................................3, twice, last vs. Lipscomb (4/10/09) Doubles Allowed..................................................3, 3x, last vs. Jacksonville (4/18/09) Triples Allowed..................................................... 1, twice, last vs. Belmont (4/12/09) Hit By Pitch......................................................2, twice, last vs. USC Upstate (3/22/09) Wild Pitches.................................................... 2, twice, last vs. Virginia Tech (3/31/09)

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Championships Dancing Again

In 2008-09, the ETSU men’s basketball team continued to build on its long-standing tradition of success, capturing the 2009 Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Championship. With that victory, the Buccaneers made their eighth trip all-time to the NCAA Tournament, while bringing home the 26th overall championship in program history. More recently, ETSU has now enjoyed four 20-win seasons in the last seven years, having won conference titles in each of those four campaigns.

Back-To-Back

After posting a program-tying fourth consecutive winning season, ETSU women’s basketball made history by making its second consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2008-09. The Lady Bucs, who boasted the number one seed in the Atlantic Sun Tournament, defeated Mercer and Jacksonville en route to being tabbed the No. 13 seed in the Berkeley Region. ETSU set a new school record with 16 conference victories and tallied its third straight 20-win season after finishing the campaign at 20-11. Four Lady Bucs were rewarded for their hard work on the court, as Siarre Evans was named the 2009 Atlantic Sun Player of the Year, while Latisha Belcher received Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Year honors. In addition, TaRonda Wiles was named First All-Conference and Gwen Washington was selected to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team. Meanwhile, Evans also cleaned up at the A-Sun Tournament by being tabbed Tournament MVP and was also named a Finalist on the NCAA Division I State Farm Coaches’ All-America Basketball Team.

Three-peat A year removed from earning its first-ever NCAA Tournament win, the ETSU men’s tennis team continued to dominate play winning its fourth straight A-Sun Regular Season crown, while dropping league rival Stetson 4-2, for its third straight A-Sun Tournament title and NCAA Tournament berth. In addition to its seventh NCAA Tournament appearance the No. 61-ranked Bucs swept through the conference awards as head coach Yaser Zaatini was named the 2009 A-Sun Coach of the Year, while senior Enrique Olivares was again named the A-Sun Men’s Tennis Player of the Year and tournament MVP for the second consecutive season. Overall, the Bucs placed six total players on the all-conference teams in addition to running its current A-Sun winning streak to 34 straight wins.

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are . . . BLUE The Trifecta

The ETSU men’s cross country/track and field program joined an elite group in 2008-09, as the Bucs were only one of five Division I programs to win the “Triple Crown.” The Bucs began leg one of their quest on the first Saturday in November when ETSU held off Belmont for its first A-Sun crown and 21st overall conference championship. ETSU, who defeated the Bruins by six points (29 to 35), brought its first cross country championship back to Johnson City since winning the crown in 1996. Then, on the third weekend of February, the Bucs completed leg two of the Trifecta run, as ETSU knocked off reigning conference champion Kennesaw State and hoisted the A-Sun Indoor Championship crown for the third time in the last four years. The “Triple Crown” was finally completed in mid-May when the Buccaneer squad overcame many obstacles – and once again – held off Kennesaw State to claim its second outdoor title since joining the league in 2005-06. The ETSU distance runners had a huge hand in winning the championship, as the Bucs went 1-thru-3 in the 5000m and 1-thru-4 in the 10000m.

Championships

Includes all regular season and tournament championships

Redemption Head coach Steve Brooks’ squad returned to the Big Dance for the second time in school history, after winning both the regular season and A-Sun Tournament titles over league rival Stetson. Despite a first-round NCAA Tournament loss to in-state rival and host Tennessee, the Lady Bucs rolled to their best overall season in program history, placing four members on the allconference team, while senior Tara Byrne (MVP), junior Yevgenyia Stupak and sophomore Tara Sheets earned all-tournament honors.

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All-Sport 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09 Men’s Sport 1977-78, 1982-83, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09 Women’s Sport 2006-07

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Winning the Michael Stewart

In winning the Freshman of the Year award, Stewart followed in the footsteps of teammates Power and Rhys Enoch (Cornwall, England) as the third straight Buccaneer to capture the honor. At last month’s A-Sun Championships, he rallied from four strokes down entering the final round to catch and pass fellow freshman, Campbell’s Vaita Guillaume, thanks to three consecutive birdies on his closing nine holes. His win marked the third in a row for a Buccaneer, following Power in 2007 and Shaw in 2008. His win at the A-Sun Championships carried him to a unanimous spot on both the AllAtlantic Sun First-Team and All-Freshman Team.

Tara Byrne

After leading the ETSU women’s tennis team to its second NCAA Tournament appearance senior Tara Byrne received the prestigious Southeast Region ITA/NCAA Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award. The First-Team All-A-Sun member and tournament MVP also became the second player in program history to surpass 100 career wins. Back on April 13, 2009, the local Johnson City native became ETSU’s all-time career wins leader, passing Masha Illina’s mark of 103 victories. Overall the four-time allconference member and team captain left ETSU with 107 career wins, which tops all players in the A-Sun this past season.

Yaser Zaatini

After losing four seniors off of the 2008 Bucs squad head coach Yaser Zaatini responded by leading ETSU through one of the toughest schedules in the entire nation. After coaching ETSU to its sixth straight unbeaten conference season and wins over four ITA-ranked teams, Zaatini was honored for the second straight season as the A-Sun Coach of the Year. Overall, it was Zaatini’s third “Coach of the Year” honor by the A-Sun and fifth overall (SoCon 2004, 2005) The Bucs earned their third straight NCAA Tournament appearance after dropping league foe Stetson, 4-2 for its third straight A-Sun Tournament title.

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Yevgenyia Stupak

Stupak continued to impress in her junior season leading the Lady Bucs to a share of their third regular season championship and second A-Sun Tournament title. Overall, Stupak rolled to an impressive 30-6 singles mark, picking up wins against players from 16 ITA-ranked teams. In addition to a remarkable 23-9 doubles record, Stupak was the highest ranked ITA player in the conference, which helped earn her the 2009 A-Sun Women’s Player of the Year award.

Seamus Power

Power, who was part of an ETSU awards sweep as the Freshman of the Year in 2007 (with Warren and Rhys Davies), became the third Buccaneer to win the conference Player of the Year. Power and former teammates Davies (2006-07) and Gareth Shaw (2008) combined to put an ETSU stranglehold on the league’s top individual honor over the last four years. He joins Jacksonville State’s Matias Anselmo as the only two in Atlantic Sun history to win both the Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year in a career. The Waterford, Ireland native shared Medalist honors at the Larry Nelson Collegiate Invitational and placed second at the Kauai Collegiate Cup. In addition to the A-Sun honor Power became the eighth person in ETSU men’s golf history to receive All-America honors as he was named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar.

Fred Warren

The Bucs legendary golf coach picked up his ninth Coach of the Year award in 2009. Overall, the Hall-of-Famer coach has won the A-Sun award twice, to go along with the seven he totaled while in the Southern Conference. Under Warren’s direction the Bucs earned their 18th trip to the NCAA Championships this past May.

Ben Ronoh

ETSU track and field newcomer Ben Ronoh lived up to the hype after helping the Bucs win the “Triple Crown” in 2008-09. The native from Sotik, Kenya was named Most Outstanding Track Performer at both the indoor and outdoor conference championships. At the Atlantic Sun Indoor Championships, Ronoh swept the 3000m and 5000m events on the David E. Walker track inside Memorial Center and was named the league’s top performer. The sophomore distance runner made it a clean sweep after winning the steeplechase and finishing second (behind his cousin Kenneth Rotich) in the 5000m and 10000m at the Atlantic Sun Outdoor Championships in Jacksonville, Fla.

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Right Way Enrique Olivares

Overall, Olivares closed out his career as not just one of the top men’s tennis players in program history, but as one of the most decorated student-athletes in the history of intercollegiate athletics at ETSU. The second winningest player in school history wrapped up his career with a remarkable 115 wins, including posting an Atlantic Sun Conference record-setting mark of 32-1(.969 winning percentage). The fourtime A-Sun First-Team member and twotime A-Sun Player of the Year, became the highest ranked ITA preseason player in school and league history in 2008 as the No. 9-ranked ITA singles player in the nation. The three-time A-Sun Tournament MVP, again led the Bucs to their fourth straight A-Sun Regular Season title and a third consecutive NCAA Tournament berth. A mainstay in the national rankings since arriving in the Tri-Cites, Olivares held 14 career wins against nationally ITA ranked players.

Siarre Evans

Since arriving in Johnson City in the fall of 2006, rising senior Siarre Evans hasn’t disappointed the Lady Buccaneer faithful. After adding Atlantic Sun Freshman Player of the Year, First Team All-Conference, Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team and Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team accolades to her resume in her first two seasons, Evans continued to impress in 2008-09. The Griffin, Ga., native, who became only the 16th ETSU player of all-time to reach the 1,000-point club and lead the conference with 16.4 ppg and 10.3 rpg, was named the 2009 Atlantic Sun Player of the Year and Atlantic Sun Tournament MVP. Furthermore, Evans’ stellar play placed her as a finalist on the NCAA Division I State Farm Coaches’ All-America Basketball Team.

Paul Hoilman

After an outstanding freshman season, Hoilman had a career 2008-09 sophomore year as he received numerous postseason awards including being named to the Louisville Slugger All-America Third-Team, the Ping!Baseball All-America Honorable Mention Team and the College Baseball Insider All-America Second-Team. Hoilman received Atlantic Sun All-Conference First-Team recognition and was selected as the A-Sun Player of the Week on April 27. The Johnson City native led the A-Sun in slugging, and finished in the top ten in batting average, on-base percentage, runs scored, RBIs, doubles, home runs, walks and sacrifice flies.

Heidi Dahl

Dahl was an outstanding track and field athlete in 2008-09, as she represented ETSU at both the Indoor and Outdoor NCAA Championships. The Orem, Utah, native became the first Lady Buccaneer student-athlete to receive All-America honors since 2000 at the Outdoor Championships, as she finished sixth in the 1500m run. In addition, Dahl claimed the NCAA Mideast Regional Championship in the 1500m at Louisville. Dahl, who won the Atlantic Sun Championship in the mile (indoor), 800m (outdoor) and 1500m (outdoor), was also a five-time A-Sun Athlete of the Week winner. The senior runner ran a leg in both the indoor and outdoor conference championship 4x400-meter relay. In total, Dahl contributed for 29 percent of the Lady Bucs’ scoring at the outdoor conference championships and was named Most Outstanding Track Performer at the post-race ceremony.

Kenneth Rotich

Kenneth Rotich, a three-time Cross Country Athlete of the Week winner, was named the Atlantic Sun Runner of the Year after winning the conference championship with a time of 24:34 in Macon, Ga. The native of Nairobi, Kenya helped the Bucs win their 21st cross country title in school history and was the first ETSU runner to win a championship since 1995. In total, Rotich won three races in 2008 and moved his current running total of A-Sun Athlete of the Week honors to six, which marks a new conference best.

Bo Reeder

Reeder came on strong in his freshman season tying the ETSU freshman home run record with 15 in his first year with the Bucs. Reeder was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America team. The 2008-09 season saw many impressive feats out of Reeder as he defeated ACC foe Virginia Tech in his first career start, while throwing a complete game and hitting for the cycle in the same week. Reeder also came in to get the save against Tennessee on the road to complete a sweep of the Vols. Reeder was a unanimous selection for the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team, was named the A-Sun Player of the Week and made the College Baseball Foundation National All-Star Lineup on March 23.

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SOFTBALL HYDROWORX

ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF

Season Preview

Without a doubt the most used piece of equipment in the athletic training facility is the Hydroworx polar plunge pool. It is used by all teams on a daily basis post practice and used by all injured athletes under the care of the athletic training staff. Along with the cold pool is a Hydroworx 500 therapy pool. This pool has a treadmill as part of the floor and two cameras mounted on the front and side of the pool. This gives visual feedback to the athlete and athletic trainer during treatment.

Player Profiles

Coaching Staff

Brian Johnston

Director of Athletic Medicine

Scott Counts Clinical Director

FLUROSCAN The “Mini C Arm” located in the athletic training room allows for quick and efficient exams by the team physician for those athletes that might need an x-ray.

Brett Lewis

Lori Hill

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Elizabeth Schoen

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Alex Hondl

Graduate Assistant

Dawn Thomas Graduate Assistant

Heather Hess

Graduate Assistant

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Assistant Athletic Trainer

The general athletic training area is approximately 3500 square feet and services the day-to-day practice and competition preparation for the entire athletic department. With 17 treatment tables, various modalities and a large exercise area the general athletic training area allows multiple teams to receive treatment at the same time. Attached to the general athletic training area are three private rooms. Each room is equipped with a treatment table and combination therapy unit as well as one other distinguishing characteristic. The “Normal” room is for IV therapy, the “College” room is for casting and splinting, and the “University” room is for traction.

BUCSPORTS Zack Ensor

Andrew Swanson

Keith Leiting

Burena Smith

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Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant

Megan McCauley Graduate Assistant

Kyle Spanik

Graduate Assistant

The Jerry Robertson BucSports Athletic Medicine Center serves as both the health center for all Buccaneer Athletics as well as an outpatient health center for the ETSU campus and Johnson City community. Athletic trainers, physical therapists, and a primary care sports medicine physicians help to provide a comprehensive medical program to all patients. Completed in 2001, BucSports provides a variety of opportunities for physical therapy students, medical students and resident physicians interested in the field of sports medicine.

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BUCCANEERS STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING CENTER

Lee Morrow

Head Strength Coach

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The program is dedicated to meeting the following goals: 1. Providing monitoring services for the ETSU sport teams 2. Supporting and providing up-to-date information to coaches regarding coaching practices. 3. Advising on the Training Process 4. Providing an opportunity for the interaction between sport scientists, medical staff, strength and conditioning staff and the ETSU Sport Coaches.

Over the past decade one of the biggest changes in collegiate athletics has been the new attitude toward strength and conditioning. ETSU’s success on the field could not have happened without the hard work and dedication of each student-athlete in the weightroom. Under the direction of head strength coach Lee Morrow, who is currently in his 25th season at ETSU, the Buccaneers have earned eight Gatorade/National Strength Coaches Association All-American Team honors. With its recent collaboration with the Sports Performance Enhancement Consortium (SPEC) ETSU’s strength and conditioning program has focused its efforts on helping each student-athlete reach his/her greatest athletic potential, in the areas of strength, speed, agility and injury prevention. Located inside Memorial Center, the ETSU’s strength and conditioning complex features one of the finest weightrooms in the area. Overall, the Buccaneers have access to a 7,200-foot facility that features state-of-the-art equipment, including customized full power racks, Hammer-Strength machines, including bench press, incline press, military press, rowing machines, speed mats, pull-up and other impressive array of sports performance tools. Through the SPEC and strength and conditioning web site, ETSU student-athletes have 24-hour access to workout plans, nutrition, and other information that monitors each individual or team off-season conditioning program.

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The Center of Excellence was established July 1, 2008, and is housed in the College of Education. It incorporates three very important aspects of competitive sports: education, service, and research. The former Sport Performance Enhancement Consortium (SPEC) is now a very active branch of the Center of Excellence. The SPEC program continues to be a collaborative effort between Intercollegiate Athletics and the Sport Science Lab in the Department of Kinesiology Leisure and Sport Sciences. Buccaneer student-athletes in collaboration with sport science, sport medicine, and the sport coach have the opportunity to have their program evaluated and monitored throughout their college career. This monitoring and evaluation process produces one of the most advanced training environments in the nation. This type of relationship is not found anywhere in the U.S. and offers a unique opportunity for the advancement of athletic performance, athlete and coach education and sport science research.

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The Center of Excellence for Sport Science and Coach Education

Coaching Staff

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SOFTBALL

Meg Stone

Director of the Center of Excellence for Sport Science and Coach Education

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• 90% Student-Athlete Graduation Rate • Spring 2009 cumulative studentathlete GPA of 3.18 (non-athletes at ETSU – GPA = 3.07) • 12 Student-Athletes – 4.0 Club • 11 teams with team GPAs 3.0 or higher • 65% of Student-Athletes Buccaneer Honor Roll (3.0 GPA or above) • 54 Student-Athletes – Dean’s List • 3 Teams had all student-athletes make the A-Sun All-Academic List

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The Humphreys Center for student-athletes is the home of our academic support services. Programming and services include: • Academic Advising • Individual and Group Tutoring • Academic Mentoring • College Adjustment courses for new student-athletes • Professional Development and Career Preparation seminars • On-site study hall facilities including a state-of-the-art computer lab • Academic workshops for student-athletes

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erforming well in the classroom is an expectation of student-athletes who wear the Buccaneer uniform. Not only are time management skills and self-discipline musts, but also dedication and commitment are needed from each individual student to maintain eligibility and progress toward graduation. ETSU Athletics provides many resources to assist the student-athlete in achieving his/her academic goals and in preparing ultimately for life after college. The staff not only advises students in scheduling classes and making academic progress, but offers support in the areas of group and individual tutoring, academic mentoring, career and personal counseling and life skills programming. Student-athletes have access to a state-of-the-art computer center that features Dell flat-screen computers, wireless Internet technology and study hall facilities that are open after hours during the week and on Sundays for their use. ETSU is also an active participant in the NCAA CHAMPS program. Through this model, student-athletes are offered a wide range of seminars designed to help them adjust to college life, develop as individuals and prepare for their careers after graduation.

2008-09 A-Sun Academic Honor Roll Name..................... Class................ GPA Cheniece Cason............. Jr........................3.16 Marlina Delisa............... Fr........................3.10 Darci Gilbert.................. Jr........................3.70 Jessie Hackworth...........Sr.........................4.0 Marissa Hardy............... Jr.........................4.0 Katie Henderson............So........................3.75 Katy Jett........................ Jr........................3.82 Annie Martin................. Fr........................3.79 Trisha Massenzo............ Jr. . .....................3.54 Vicki McCoy...................Sr. ......................3.05 Chelsea O’Connor.......... Fr........................3.41 Kate Powell...................Sr........................3.53 Cat Zyskowski................Sr........................3.40

“ETSU student-athletes consistently rank higher than the regular student body and the national averages for Division I student-athletes in terms of GPA and graduation rates. The ETSU coaching staff and entire athletic department are committed to assisting our students in achieving academic excellence and in paving the road to bright futures.” ­— Bob Baker

ACADEMIC STAFF Not Pictured Jared Fries

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• ETSU offers the world’s only master’s degree in storytelling and reading • Nation’s only university presenting a comprehensive study of bluegrass and country music courses • Features an Advanced Visualization Lab recognized around the globe while providing a look at the future of animation graphics

Academic Support • Academic Advising/Counseling • Tutoring • Career and personal counseling • Member of NCAA Life Skills Program

Students • ETSU enrolls more than 14,600 students • ETSU is the university of choice for students from more than 65 countries • ETSU is the home of over 170 campus organizations, including fraternities, sororities, governance and religious groups, honor and service societies, and academic clubs.

Faculty and Staff • over 2,000 full-time faculty and staff • approximately 75% of full-time faculty members hold a Ph.D. or terminal degree in their fields

Colleges and Schools More than 100 degree programs: • College of Arts and Sciences • College of Business and Technology • College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences • Clemmer College of Education • Honors College • Quillen College of Medicine • College of Nursing • Gatton College of Pharmacy • College of Public Health • School of Continuing Studies • School of Graduate Studies

Campus • 366 tree-shaded acres • 64 Academic and Administrative Buildings • ETSU’s James H. Quillen College of Medicine was third in rural medicine, 16th in family medicine training and 17th in primary care education in the “2004 Best Graduate Schools” issue of the U.S. News & World Report for rural medicine.


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 Atlantic Sun game  Doubleheaders All dates and times subject to change.

 Home Games  Away Games  A-Sun Championships in DeLand, Fla.


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