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2013 Longwood University Softball Guide


2013 LoNgwood UNiverSiTY SofTBALL roSTer

No. 00 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 14 18 22 27 33 51 66

Name Ashley Cornell Hannah Burmeister Rebecca Huitt Casey Lifsey Emily Murphy Chelsea Sciacca Jordan Cox Libby Morris Brooke Short Katie Shinrock Jamie Barbour Carly Adams Amy Putnam Kori Nishitomi Megan Baltzell

Head Coach: Kathy Riley Assistant Coach: Jen Steele

Position RHP OF OF OF/C SS OF 3B RHP LHP/U 2B/OF 1B/OF SS/2B OF/1B OF/3B C/1B

Yr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So.

Ht. 5-10 5-7 5-0 5-7 5-9 5-5 5-6 5-10 5-5 5-3 5-4 5-7 5-5 5-4 5-9

B/T R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/L L/R L/L L/R L/L L/R L/L

Hometown / Previous School Portsmouth, Va. / Churchland Chesapeake, Va. / Grassfield Bealeton, Va. / Liberty Portsmouth, Va. / Churchland Virginia Beach, Va. / Kempsville Whittier, Calif. / La Habra Springfield, Va. / Robert E. Lee Dillwyn, Va. / Buckingham Hurt, Va. / Altavista Fountain Valley, Calif. / Edison Amelia, Va. / Amelia County Colonial Heights, Va. / Home Schooled Poquoson, Va. / Poquoson Kaneohe, Hawaii / Maryknoll Stafford, Va. / Mountain View


ATHLeTiCS dePArTmeNT

director of Athletics Troy Austin...................................................................... 434.395.2057 ......................................................................austints@longwood.edu Associate Ad for Student-Athlete enhancement / SwA michelle meadows ........................................................ 434.395.2429 ............................................................ meadowsme@longwood.edu

Associate Ad for internal operations Bill irish .......................................................................... 434.395.2655 ......................................................................irishwm@longwood.edu

Assistant Ad for Sports medicine / Head Athletic Trainer Jenna Page .................................................................... 434.395.2965 ...................................................................... pagejm@longwood.edu Assistant Ad for marketing eric Stoller ...................................................................... 434.395.2138 .................................................................... stolleres@longwood.edu

Assistant Ad for development Scott Bacon .................................................................... 434.395.2081 .................................................................. baconsm@longwood.edu

director of Compliance Alex ricker-gilbert.......................................................... 434.395.2417 .......................................................... rickergilbertar@longwood.edu

director of Strength and Conditioning John Hark ...................................................................... 434.395.2772 ........................................................................ harkjp@longwood.edu

Athletics Business operations manager Bryan Cornn .................................................................. 434.395.2614 .................................................................... cornnbc@longwood.edu Special Assistant to the Ad Stuart Smith .................................................................. 434.395.2059 .................................................................... smithsb2@longwood.edu

main office .................................................................... 434.395.2057 fax .................................................................................. 434.395.2568 website ................................................ www.longwoodlancers.com Twitter ................................................................@LongwoodLancers facebook................................................................Longwood Lancers mailing Address ...........................................................201 High Street Farmville, VA 23909-1899 overnight .....................................................................201 High Street Tabb 119 Farmville, VA 23909-1899

ATHLeTiCS mediA reLATioNS

Associate Ad for media relations greg Prouty .................................................................. 434.395.2097 .................................................................. proutygd@longwood.edu Assistant director for Athletics media relations / Softball Contact Ashley robbins .............................................................. 434.395.2718 ................................................................ robbinsam@longwood.edu

Athletics video Coordinator gary maiorano................................................................ 434.395.2345 .............................................................. maioranogp@longwood.edu

General Quick Facts ................................1 This is LUSB ................................2 Big South Conference ..............4 Lancer Field ................................5 2013 Outlook ..............................6 CoaChinG Staff Head Coach Kathy Riley ............9 Asst. Coach Jen Steele..............10

2013 lanCerS Veterans ....................................12 Newcomers ..............................22

2012 review 2012 Results ..............................25 2012 Statistics ..........................26 2012 Leaders ............................27 2012 Game-by-Game ................28

hiStory and reCordS Season Records........................30 Career Records ........................32 Game Record............................34 Coaching Records ....................35 All-Time Series Records............36

lonGwood UniverSity Longwood ................................39 Farmville Area|Virginia..............41 President Connelly ..................42 Director of Athletics Austin ..........43 Athletics Administration..........44 Media Relations........................45 Athletics Staff ..........................46 Lancer Club ..............................48 CoverS Brooke Short ............................FC 2013 Roster ..............................IFC Lancer Strong............................IB 2013 Schedule ..........................BC

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University information Location........................................................................Farmville, Virginia Founded .............................................................................................1839 Undergraduate Enrollment ..............................................................4,185 Nickname ......................................................................................Lancers Colors....................................................................................Blue & White Affiliation ..........................................................................NCAA Division I Conference ..................................................................................Big South Facility ....................................................................................Lancer Field Interim President .........................................Marge Connelly (Delaware)

Team information 2012 Overall Record ..........................................................................29-26 First Year .............................................................................................1981 All-Time Record..........................................................................673-465-3 Coaching Staff Head Coach .............................................................................Kathy Riley Record At Longwood (Seasons) ........................................463-256-1 (15) Career Record (Years) ........................................................550-338-1 (19) Office Phone ........................................................................434.395.2353 E-Mail ...................................................................rileykl@longwood.edu Best Time To Contact .........................................................Contact AMR Assistant Coach ........................................................................Jen Steele Office Phone ........................................................................434.395.2554 E-Mail ...............................................................steelejn@longwood.edu Credits: The 2012-13 Longwood University Softball Guide has been published by the Athletics Media Relations Office. Written, compiled, edited and designed by Ashley Robbins, Assistant Director for Athletics Media Relations. Photography by Dyann Busse - Red Rocket Photography, the Design & Photo Man-Brian Ritchie. Accessibility: Anyone with questions concerning accessibility or accommodations related to a disability should contact Longwood University Disability Support Services, 434-395-2391.

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faculty Athletics representative dr. Consuelo Alvarez .................................................... 434.395.2847 .................................................................... alvarezcj@longwood.edu

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"this team is so different from all the other teams that i have been apart of, but in a good way! we work together to accomplish the little things needed to be successful. our team chemistry let's us experience this in a more powerful way. if we keep believing in ourselves, we will make it far!" --Senior Brooke Short

“longwood softball is a program that thrives on tradition. even though we have our differences that set us apart from the teams before us, we continue to follow the path of hard work and dedication.” --Sophomore Katie Shinrock

"the four years that i have been here have made me into a better person and have made me stronger off the field. i've built long-lasting relationships with my teammates and i love always having someone, who understands what we go through, to talk to because they've turned from teammates into some of my closest friends." --Senior Jordan Cox

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"what i love most about the longwood softball program is that we are a tight community on and off the field. My teammates and coaches are my second family."

“Being part of the longwood softball program means a lot. we're all here for one reason; to work hard, make a difference and to become the Big South Champs. through blood, sweat and tears we all have the same goal we want to achieve.” --freshman hannah Burmeister

--Sophomore Kori nishitomi

“the girls on the longwood softball team always make the experiences and memories so much better. we are teamnates first, but also good friends on and off the field, and i think that is what makes this program so special to me. the coaches, trainers and my fellow teammates all play important roles in my life and i wouldn’t be anywhere without them.” --Sophomore Chelsea Sciacca


"the relationships that i have formed with my teammates will last a lifetime. By working together in the gym, weight room and on the field, we have created a bond that can't be broken. we all hold each other accountable on and off the field. " --Sophomore libby Morris

"longwood softball is special to me because of the relationships i have made. we are constantly together working towards one goal, encouraging one another and picking each other up. the bond i have made with these girls is something i will cherish forever." --Sophomore Casey lifsey

"longwood softball means everything to me. the program’s great tradition is my favorite part. it gives me motivation to represent all the women from previous years, who worked so hard to get the program where it is today. we wouldn’t be here playing in the Big South if it wasnt for all those women." --Sophomore Megan Baltzell

"longwood softball means being a family and caring for each other. we are always around each other and it's important to stick through the good and bad times." --freshman emily Murphy

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"these girls are not just my teammates; they are my sisters. we have bonded so well throughout the years, surviving the brutal conditioning and practices to make us stronger and more united. we all have our eyes set on bringing longwood its first Big South Championship and look forward to representing our school in the best way possible as we strive towards this goal. " --Junior amy Putnam

"having the opportunity to be a lancer creates unassailable pride, dedication and commitment. it is all about the moments you'll never forget with the people you'll never forget. Being with the longwood softball team is a certain sisterhood that cannot be replaced." --freshman Jamie Barbour

"this team has quickly become my family. we all share the same drive, dedication and dream. i am excited to fight with this team to make longwood a name that will not be forgotten in the Big South!" --freshman Carly adams


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Longwood University became the 12th member of the Big South Conference on July 1, 2012. Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The 2012-13 academic year features the Big South’s largest membership (12) and sponsored sports (19) in its 29 years of existence.

The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status.

member institutions (12): Campbell University, Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina University, Gardner-Webb University, High Point University, Liberty University, Longwood University, Presbyterian College, Radford University, UNC Asheville, Virginia Military Institute, Winthrop University geographical Breakdown (3 states): North Carolina (4) – Campbell University, Gardner-Webb University, High Point University, UNC Asheville; South Carolina (4) – Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina University, Presbyterian College, Winthrop University; Virginia (4) – Liberty University, Longwood University, Radford University, Virginia Military Institute Associate members: Stony Brook University (football), Davidson College (women's lacrosse)

Championship Sports (19): Baseball, Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Men's Cross Country, Women's Cross Country, Football, Men's Golf, Women's Golf, Women's Lacrosse, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, Softball, Men's Tennis, Women's Tennis, Men's Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, Women's Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball

In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had an individual National Champion six times, has had more than 280 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in football, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship seven times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles atlarge selection, had the first women’s golf program advance to the national finals, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team five consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, has had six NFL Draft picks, and has had two institutions finish in the top 10 in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships -- including the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event (fifth in 2007). The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 100 Academic All-Americans in its 28 years of existence. Furthermore, the Big South has recorded double figure totals in NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR progress the last three years.

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Lancer field is the home of the Longwood University softball program. it is the newest facility on campus after construction was completed in february 2007. Longwood won its first game in the facility with a 5-1 win over Norfolk State on february 24, 2007.

A 2,200 square-foot clubhouse and locker room facility was added for the 2008 season. it includes an auxiliary athletic training facility, public restrooms and water fountains. Longwood has posted an impressive 68-24 record over the first five seasons at Lancer field, including 18 wins in 2012.

The scoreboards at all of Longwood’s athletic fields, including the one at the softball stadium, were updated in 2012. Lancer field is now equipped with a 20’ 9” H x 24’ L Nevco scoreboard that features a 6’ 9” H x 9’ 6” L 20mm full color video board with dell operations computer system. The board totals 498 square feet.

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Lancer field seats approximately 300, with an air-conditioned press box, full field drainage, an automatic sprinkler system, in-ground dugouts, new fencing, new permanent lighting, warning track, and a batting cage. The inground dugouts at the facility are built with a natural wood grain finish, restroom, bat rack, and water fountain. The field dimensions are 200 feet down the left and right field lines, and 220 to straightaway center field.


to do to play well by the end of the year, the main area of concern for us is leadership,” added Riley. “For us right now as a coaching staff, we are really conscious about getting certain people to make the right decisions and hoping that they will mature into leadership roles. Leadership is a difficult thing because not only can you tell someone that this is what they have to do, but you have to show them by doing it yourself.”

The upcoming season marks the beginning of a new era for Longwood's historically successful softball program. Longwood, the newest member of the Big South Conference, will play in 2013 as part of a league for the first time since moving to Division I back in 2007-08.

“We are looking forward to the new season because it's our first chance to play in a conference in a long time,” said 16thyear head coach Kathy Riley. “It will be a new experience for us in some ways, but exciting as well. Getting to play teams [in the Big South], building those rivalries and having those standings that say 'this is how you're doing' is going to be a positive for our players and help us in that motivational sense all the way through the season.”

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what's new this Season In the upcoming season, the Longwood program will experience a different style of play thanks to the conference schedule. Coach Riley explained that the squad will have to adjust to be successful this year. “There are some things that we're not used to heading into this season,” commented Riley. “We haven't prepared for the fact that everybody is going to give us their best game like they will in a conference situation. We haven't played threegame series, either. Scouting is going to be a lot different too because the scouting report in a conference becomes way more important. You're actually filming players in a conference, which we haven't done. These things will all change for us, but we are looking forward to them more than anything else.” game Plan This season, Longwood will look to a small class of senior veterans to lay the foundation for a primarily young squad. As such, the Lancers' strategy in 2013 will involve the maturing of all players.

Pitchers With Coach Riley looking for the team's success to start in the circle, senior Brooke Short/Hurt, senior Ashley Cornell/Portsmouth and sophomore Libby Morris/Dillwyn will be the backbone of this year's squad. In 2012, Cornell led the Lancers with a 3.28 ERA and a 10-9 record in 27 appearances. Morris saw the most action, hurling 157.0 innings en route to 17 complete games, while Short tallied a 6-3 record, including two shutouts, before facing an injury. Senior BrooKe Short

“All three are very different,” said Riley. “We have a lefthanded pitcher in Brooke, we have an off-speed pitcher in Ashley, and Libby, who is working very hard on a better change up, is a mixture of the two. Hopefully, they will play off of each other's strengths and give some variety to the batters. in the past, I've typically given someone the ball for all seven innings, but that might be different this year because all compliment each other. We have the option to use them in that way and maybe give those batters different looks. We are going to experiment a little bit.” infield Starting at catcher this season will be sophomore Megan Baltzell/Stafford. Last season, Baltzell led the team with a .344 batting average, along with 153 putouts and a .972 fielding percentage from behind the dish.

“In regards to the SoPhoMore MeGan Baltzell team, we are kind of a mixed bag in that we will have two seniors that will play a lot, we have a lot of sophomores starting and we have a couple freshmen starting,” explained Riley. “How we do is going to depend a lot on improvement towards of the end of the year. We are pretty young in the sense of starters, but as we get to the end of the year and they are really juniors and sophomores, that’s when we will play our best softball. That's the way we are going to approach the 2013 season.

“It starts on the mound with the maturity of our pitchers. How they handle getting better and giving us an opportunity to not have to play catch up will be key. Last year, we gave up too many runs, so this year we are going to have to change that and give up just one or two runs. If we do that, then I think we will have a chance to be successful because the top of our lineup is pretty strong.

“Last year, Megan was our most productive player as a freshman,” commented Riley. “She hits well, she steals bases and she moves very well. Our biggest challenge with Megan is just getting her to throw more runners out this year, but if we could get the same performance offensively then I think we're in great shape.” Riley has a few players who could step into the starting role at first base. When she isn't pitching or in the lineup as the designated player, Short will spend time at first. Other options in the position include freshman Jamie Barbour/Amelia and sophomore Chelsea Sciacca/Whittier, California. “Brooke has been the best hitter in our program during her time here, so she's going to be in the lineup whether she's a DP or she's a first baseman,” explained Riley.

The middle infield will be covered by two newcomers, as Carly Adams/Colonial Heights will start at second and Emily Murphy/Virginia Beach will take shortstop.

And with maturity, comes leadership. Another key factor the Lancers will need to focus on in order to thrive this year. “If you said what is one other thing that we are going to have

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Senior Jordan Cox

best softball late in the year.”

“Carly played very well defensively in the fall and she has good instincts for the game,” said Riley. “Emily, one of the best all-around athletes on our team, has a good arm and is very smooth defensively. We turned more double plays in games this fall than we did last spring and we only played eight games, so we're going to be in good hands. I do think they will have to mature because they're freshmen and you're probably going to see them get nervous at different times, but as they start to get comfortable, you'll get to see their

“Jordan excels because she's a very powerful hitter and it wouldn't surprise me if she played even better with it being her senior year,” commented Riley. “Her abilities as a hitter rival any player that we've had here in terms of power.”

outfield In the outfield, Coach Riley will look to sophomore Kori Nishitomi/Kaneohe, Hawaii to start in left field. Classmates Casey Lifesy/Portsmouth and Katie Shinrock/Fountain Valley, Calif. will also start in the outfield, but Coach Riley feels both could do a good job in either center or right. Last season, Nishitomi hit .288 with 21 RBI and five stolen bases. Shinrock posted a .221 average in 42 games in 2012, while Lifesy, a reserve last season, scored eight runs.

“Kori will probably lead off for us because she has good quickness and she SoPhoMore Kori niShitoMi performed well as a freshman,” explained Riley. “This year, we would like to see her get the ball on the ground more and steal more bases for us. Center field will either be Katie or Casey, but both offer different things. Katie is left handed and a good defender. Casey, who had been catching, is now in the outfield and getting a little bit different training, but she could be very good because of her athleticism, speed and strong arm. I feel comfortable that either could start in right, so it's just a matter of which one works out the best in terms of their skills as a center fielder.”

Schedule Following the squad's season opener at North Carolina Central University on Tuesday, February 12 at 2 p.m., Longwood is scheduled to host a pair of tournaments at home. On Feb. 1617, the squad will hold its annual Lancer Leadoff Tournament, followed by the Longwood Spring Classic on Feb. 23-24. “It's going to be a lot like last year in that we have an opportunity early to get off to a good start,” explained Riley. “In our two home tournaments, we're as good as any of the teams that we're playing and we're not out classed in any of those situations, so it wouldn't surprise me if we did really well to open the season.” The Lancers will then play in the 2013 Disney Citrus Classic, a tournament that attracts high-caliber programs, on March 1-3. In Disney, Longwood will square off against Boston College (March 1, 1:15 p.m.), Fairfield University (March 1, 5:45 p.m.), the University of Louisville (March 2, 10 a.m.), Syracuse University (March 2, 2:30 p.m.) and Penn State (March 3, 1:30 p.m.). Other high-profile, nonconference opponents include the University of Virginia (March 14, 4 p.m.), Virginia Tech (April 17, 5 p.m.) and the University of Florida (April 20-21).

“As soon as we go to Disney, which we also did last year, the competition really steps up and the games get harder,” said Riley. “We play some pretty good teams down there and then we've got that three-game series in April with Florida, who will probably be ranked in the top five. Although this schedule isn’t as hard as last year, we definitely still have some difficult opponents. Longwood will play its first-ever Big South Conference games in a three-game series at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina on March 5-6. “The real monkey wrench this season is conference play because we don't have a full understanding of how hard it will be,” said Riley. “The schedule could be as difficult as years past because of the league component, since conference opponents will be all fired up to play against you.

The 2013 Big South Conference Tournament will be hosted by Winthrop and held at Terry Field in Rock Hill, S.C. from May 912.

“If we stay healthy, I think we have a legitimate shot at really competing with anybody in the conference tournament,” concluded Riley.

Adding depth “Chelsea and Hannah Burmeister/Chesapeake are both battling for time,” said Riley. “Chelsea has a very good chance to see time in the outfield because she's a left-handed hitter.

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Senior Jordan Cox/Springfield will be starting at third base once again this season. In 2012, she started all 55 games, hitting .239 and posting a team-best 10 home runs.

Hannah will take on the role of coming in and pinch hitting for us and things like that, so we're kind of going to look to her to mature this year.”


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garnering 1st-team All-America honors. Riley later played on the gold medal-winning team at the 1990 Olympic Sports Festival.

KATHY RILEY

HEAD COACH | 16TH YEAR

Kathy Riley is in her 16th year at Longwood University during 2012-13. She has an outstanding overall record of 463-256-1 since taking over the program prior to the 1998 season, including 14 winning seasons. The Lancers finished 2012 with a final record of 29-26, marking their 15th consecutive 20-win campaign and 12th year with at least 25 wins under Coach Riley. Her overall collegiate coaching record is 550-338-1, including four years at Mount Olive (N.C.) College (see below).

In basketball, Riley was a Street & Smith magazine preseason All-American and North Carolina Athlete of the Year in 1981. ECU was a top-20 program that year while advancing to the NCAA Tournament. She scored over 1,800 career points while at ECU and Middle Tennessee State University, and earned tryouts for the 1980 United States Olympic Women's Basketball Team and the 1978 Pan American Games team. Riley was a finalist for the 1980 Olympic team, and later played professionally with the Houston Shamrocks of the Women's American Basketball Association during 1983-84. A native of Dayton, Ohio, Riley earned her Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from East Carolina in 1981 after a transfer from Middle Tennessee State in 1979. She earned her Master of Education degree in physical education: psychology/sociology from North Texas State University in 1982.

Longwood finished 36-16 during 2010 and 23-23 in 2009, the only non-winning season during Riley’s tenure, though still a .500 effort. The Lancers finished 27-18 in 2008, following a 21-18 campaign in 2007 that completed the four-year Division I Reclassification. Longwood finished 27-19 in 2006 for its eighthstraight 25-win season, while in 2005, the Lancers were 32-20 for their fourth consecutive 30-win effort as Riley was named the 2005 Division I Independent Coach of the Year. It was also the program’s first year playing a full Division I schedule. Longwood was 37-13 in 2004 against a predominantly Division II schedule, its third-straight 37-win season. The Lancers finished 37-6 in 2003, claiming both the Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference (CVAC) regular season and CVAC Tournament Championships. Longwood made its second consecutive NCAA Regional Tournament appearance that year as well. The Lancers were 37-14 in 2002, winning the program's first CVAC Tournament Championship to earn their first NCAA Regional Tournament appearance with Riley garnering CVAC Coach of the Year honors. Longwood finished 26-14-1 in 2001, following a 34-23 record in 2000 while finishing as CVAC Tournament runners-up. The Lancers compiled a school-record of 38-15 in 1999, while the program was 22-18 during Riley's first year in 1998.

Prior to Longwood, Riley served as head coach at Mount Olive from 1993-97, gaining CVAC Coach of the Year honors in 1997 and 1995. Her four-year record was 87-82, including 59 wins during the last two seasons. She coached volleyball as well and was the 1994 CVAC Coach of the Year in that sport. Before that, Riley coached basketball and softball at Goldsboro (N.C.) High School for one year following eight years with the Houston (Texas) Flames AAU women's basketball team that won two National AAU Championships. In addition to her coaching accomplishments, Riley has enjoyed quite a remarkable individual career in athletics. She was the 1981 Broderick Cup National Softball Player of the Year at East Carolina University, leading ECU to a No. 1 national ranking while

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Longwood finished 2011 with a final record of 37-13, marking its eighth 30-win season under Coach Riley. She was named the 2011 Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID) Coach of the Year for her efforts. Coach Riley earned her 500th collegiate coaching victory on March 25, 2011 during a 9-1 home win past Cornell, and her 400th milestone win with the Lancers on February 20, 2011 with a 4-1 home victory over Quinnipiac.

Riley is a member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA), and was inducted into the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) Softball Hall of Fame on November 12, 1999. She received the 2000 USSSA DeBeer-Richard H. Pollak Memorial Outstanding Sportswoman of the Year award as well. Riley has played on five national champion softball teams during the summer months, gaining All-America honors seven times.


JENNIFER STEELE

ASSISTANT COACH | FIRST YEAR

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Jennifer Steele '05 is in her first year at Longwood University during 2012-13, beginning employment July 10, 2012. A Longwood alumna, she returns to the Lancers following two years as an assistant coach at George Mason University.

In charge of overseeing the team’s pitchers and catchers at George Mason, Steele coached two freshmen to the 2011 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) All-Rookie Team. She was also responsible for designing the team’s daily practice format and for coaching the team on game days. In addition, she acted as the lead recruiting and camp/clinic coordinator, and handled the team’s travel arrangements, while also assisting with budgeting and scheduling. Prior to joining the staff at George Mason, Steele was the head coach at Randolph College from 2007-10. In 2009, she was named Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Coach of the Year after leading the team to its first-ever winning season and its first trip to the conference tournament. Steele began her coaching career as a graduate assistant at Smith College, where she was responsible for the pitching staff. Steele had a successful career on the diamond for the Lancers, starting 185 out of 189 games and helping to lead the squad to a 143-53 record during her four-year tenure. Her accolades include being named the 2002 Carolinas-Virginia Conference (CVAC) Freshman of the Year and the 2005 Division I All-Independent Pitcher of the Year. In the circle, the two-time AllCVAC selection totaled 73 wins, 625.2 innings pitched, 409 strikeouts and a 1.75 ERA. To this day, she holds the program record for fewest walks per game (1.29). Also a threat at the plate, Steele finished her career with a .324 batting average, 129 RBIs and 112 runs scored.

Steele, a native of Manassas Park, Virginia, received a Bachelor of Arts in communication studies from Longwood University in 2005 before earning a Masters of Science in exercise and sport studies from Smith College in 2007.

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2013 LanCers

#00

2013: Fourth-year team member … has started 19 of 42 career games with 150.1 innings pitched, 79 strikeouts, 153 hits and 71 earned runs for a 3.31 ERA … 2012: Started 18 of 27 games played, collecting a 10-9 record in the circle … allowed 128 hits and 59 earned runs for a 3.28 ERA, while striking out 69 … career-high six strikeouts on two occasions, last against Norfolk State (4.12) ... 2011: Made eight pitching appearances with one start ... gave up 12 runs, 10 earned, on 17 hits in 13 innings for a 5.38 ERA ... struck out eight, including a career-high three vs. Hampton (3.26) ... went 0-1 at the plate and scored one run … 2010: Pitched in seven games ... allowed five runs, only two earned, in 11.1 innings ... earned first career save in second game of doubleheader vs. Howard (4.6) ... recorded two strikeouts ... went 0-3 at the plate … High School: Played four years of softball for Churchland ... Eastern District Player of the Year as a junior and senior and Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore ... First Team All-Eastern District selection as a sophomore, junior and senior and Second Team All-District as a freshman ... named Churchland Team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Second Team All-Eastern Region as a sophomore and junior ... also participated in field hockey, cross country and swimming … member of the National Honor Society in high school ... graduated Cum Laude and was the senior class vice president … PerSingle-game HigHS sonal: Daughter of Jonathan and Janet Brown ... cousin (Rebecca Wroten) played soccer at Florida Southern College … Runs scored........................................1, at Norfolk State (4/13/11) majoring in biology with a health and biomedical concentra- Walks..................................................1, at Norfolk State (4/13/11) At bats ........................1, 3x, last vs South Dakota State, (3/13/11) tion. Innings pitched ....................................8.0, Virginia Tech (4/11/12) Strikeouts ..................................6, 2x, last Norfolk State (4/12/12) Batters faced ........................................36, Virginia Tech (4/11/12)

Year

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL Year

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

avg

.000 .000 .000 .000 era

1.24 5.38 3.28 3.31

gp-gs

3-0 3-0 27-18 33-18 w-l

0-0 0-0 10-9 10-9

ab

r

3 1 0 4

app

7 8 27 42

h

0 1 0 1 gs

0 1 18 19

0 0 0 0 cg

0 0 15 15

2b

0 0 0 0

sho

0/1 0/2 2/1 2/4

3b

0 0 0 0

sv

1 0 2 3

Career StatS hr

rbi

0 0 0 0

tb

0 0 0 0

ip

11.1 13.0 126.0 150.1

slg%

0 0 0 0

h

8 17 128 153

.000 .000 .000 .000

r

5 12 73 90

er

2 10 59 71

bb

0 1 0 1

bb

5 6 56 67

S

Longwood Softball

hbp

0 0 0 0

so

2 8 69 79

so

1 0 0 1 2b

0 3 23 26

gdp

ob%

0 0 0 0

.000 .500 .000 .200

3b

1 0 4 5

hr

1 1 14 16

sf

0 0 0 0

sh

0 0 0 0

bf

51 62 578 691

sb-att

po

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

bavg

.174 .327 .261 .260

0 0 3 3

wp

3 2 9 14

hbp

0 1 12 13

a

e

2 2 25 29

fld%

0 0 0 0

bk

0 0 0 0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

sfa

0 0 4 4

sha

0 3 15 18


JordAn Cox

senior | 3B | 5-6 | r/r sPringfield, VA. (roBert e. lee)

#11

Year

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL S

avg

gp-gs

.250 29-1 .252 50-50 .239 55-55 .246 134-106

ab

28 147 159 334

r

6 18 17 41

h

7 37 38 82

2b

2 5 9 16

3b

0 0 0 0

Career StatS hr

2 8 10 20

rbi

9 29 35 73

tb

15 66 77 158

slg%

.536 .449 .484 .473

bb

1 15 17 33

hbp

Longwood Softball

0 0 0 0

so

8 35 40 83

gdp

0 1 2 3

ob%

.276 .319 .313 .313

sf

0 1 0 1

sh

0 4 2 6

sb-att

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

po

4 47 67 118

a

11 91 143 245

e

3 8 12 23

fld%

.833 .945 .946 .940

2013 LanCers

2013: Fourth-year team member … has started 106 of 134 career games with a .246 (82-334) batting average, 41 runs, 20 home runs and 73 RBI … 2012: Started all 55 games played, logging 38 hits (.239), 17 runs, a team-best 10 home runs, 35 RBI, 40 strikeouts and 17 walks … recorded her first-career stolen base on her first attempt against East Tennessee State University (2.12) … career-high two home runs on two occasions against Western Carolina (2.11) and South Carolina (4.9) … tied a career-high five RBI at Oakland (2.24) … 2011: Started all 50 games at third base ... hit .252 (37-147) with eight home runs, five doubles, 29 RBI and 18 runs scored ... five-game hitting streak (.412, 7-17) ... 10 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games ... season-highs of two runs scored four times, four hits at Radford (4.6), five RBI at Virginia (3.8) and two home runs vs. South Carolina (4.9) … 2010: Appeared in 29 games with one start ... hit .250 (7-28) with two doubles and two home runs ... scored six runs with nine RBI ... went 1-for-2 with a grand slam vs. Gardner-Webb (3.13) ... one multi-hit game … High School: Played three years of softball for Robert E. Lee ... First Team All-Patriot District ... Second Team All-District as a freshman and sophomore ... Patriot District All-Tournament Team as a freshman and junior ... also played one year of basketball and one year of baseball in high school … Personal: Daughter of David and Kathleen Cox ... interned with the Alexandria Police Department’s Crime Scene Investigation unit and played for the Virginia Single-game HigHS Pride during the summer of 2012 … majoring in criminal jusHits ..............................................................4, at Radford (4/6/11) tice major with minor in chemistry. Doubles ................................................................3, Elon (4/25/12) Home runs ......................2, 2x, last vs Western Carolina (2/11/12) Total bases ......................8, 2x, last vs Western Carolina (2/11/12) RBI ................................................5, 2x, last at Oakland (2/24/12) Runs scored ........................2, 8x, last at South Carolina (3/31/12) Walks ..................................................2, 2x, last vs Ohio (3/17/12) At bats ................................................5, 5x, last vs Ohio (3/18/12) Stolen bases....................................................1, vs ETSU (2/12/12)


Brooke short

senior | lhP/u | 5-5 | l/l hurt, VA. (AltAVistA)

2013 LanCers

#14

2013: Fourth-year team member … has started all 157 career games played with a .378 (174-460) batting average, 114 runs, 37 home runs and 128 RBI … career pitching totals include a 7-5 record with 4.20 ERA in 90.0 innings, 54 strikeouts, 92 hits and 54 earned runs … Longwood career home run leader ... also ranks second in the record books in slugging percentage (.715), and third in on-base percentage (.469) and RBI (128) ... ranks in the top 10 in total bases (2nd, 329), triples (t-4th, 10), walks (t-2nd, 66), runs scored (6th, 114) and batting average (7th, 378) … 2012: Started all 55 games, logging 44 hits (.297), 25 runs, eight home runs and 35 RBI … made 11 appearances in the circle, starting eight with a 6-3 record, a 4.06 ERA, 58.2 innings, 32 strikeouts and 17 walks … tied career-high with two home runs at Liberty (5/5/12) ... 2011: Started all 50 games, 44 as the designated player ... VaSID Player of the Year ... ECAC First Team All-Star ... VaSID First Team All-State ... hit .397 (62-156) with a school-record 16 home runs, eight doubles, three triples and 51 RBI ... led team in batting average, home runs, triples, hits, runs batted in, total bases (124), slugging percentage (.795), triples and on-base percentage (.466) ... eight-game hitting streak (13-28, .464), second-longest on team ... reached base in 21-straight games ... 17 multi-hit games and 12 multi-RBI games ... season-highs of three runs scored vs. IUPUI (2.20), four hits at Campbell (5.9), two doubles at Georgia (5.11) and two home runs vs. IUPUI (2.20) and Norfolk State (4.13) ... also pitched in two games ... allowed one hit with one strikeout in two innings pitched … 2010: Started all 52 games, 49 as the designated player ... ECAC First-Team All-Star ... NFCA Southeast Region Second Team ... NCAA Division I Independent Co-Freshman of the Year ... All-Independent Team ... VaSID Rookie of the Year ... VaSID FirstTeam All-State ... Longwood Freshman Female Athlete Of The Year ... led team in batting average (.436, 68-156), slugging percentage (.808), on-base percentage (.532), runs scored (52), triples (6), home runs (13), total bases (126) and walks (25) and tied for the team lead in RBI (42) ... set Longwood single-season record for runs scored and home runs, and tied the record for walks ... 12-game hitting streak to start the season (.465, 20-43), thirdlongest on team ... 19 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI games ... seasonhighs of seven RBI vs. James Madison (3.17), two doubles vs. Virginia (3.9), two triples vs. Albany (3.19), two home runs vs. Gardner-Webb (3.13) and four walks vs. Norfolk State (3.20) ... also pitched in nine games with one start ... allowed 26 runs, 20 earned on 32 hits in 29.1 innings for a 4.77 ERA ... 21 strikeouts, including season-high seven vs. Kent State (3.27) … High School: Played four years of varsity softball for Altavista ... First Team AllDogwood District and District Pitcher of the Year as a freshman, junior and senior ... First Team All-State, ‘A’ State Pitcher of the Year, Region B Player of the Year and District Player of the Year as a senior ... First Team All-Region and All-State Honorable Mention as a junior ... Second Team All-Dogwood District and Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore ... ‘A’ State Champions and Region B champions as a senior ... Dogwood District champions as a freshman and senior ... played in the 2009 Virginia All-Star game ... also played four years of basketball and four years of volleyball in high school … Personal: Daughter of Philip and Heather Short ... completed an internship in cardiac rehab during the summer of 2012 … majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in exercise science. Year

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL Year

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

avg

.436 .397 .297 .378 era

4.77 0.00 4.06 4.20

gp-gs

52-52 50-50 55-55 157-157 w-l

1-2 0-0 6-3 7-5

ab

156 156 148 460 app

9 2 11 22

r

h

52 37 25 114

68 62 44 174

gs

cg

1 0 8 9

0 0 7 7

2b

7 8 9 24 sho

0/0 0/1 2/0 2/1

3b

6 3 1 10 sv

0 0 2 2

Single-game HigHS

Hits ..................................................................4, at Campbell (5/9/11) Doubles................................................2, 2x, last at Georgia (5/11/11) Triples ....................................................................2, Albany (3/19/10) Home Runs ....................................................2. 4x, at Liberty (5/5/12) Total Bases ............................................10, at Norfolk State (4/13/11) RBI........................................................7, at James Madison (3/17/10) Runs scored ..........................3, 6x, last vs Western Carolina (2/11/12) Walks ......................................................4, at Norfolk State (4/20/10) At bats ................................................5, 4x, last at Campbell (5/9/11) Innings pitched ..................................7.0, 6x, vs Georgetown (5/3/12) Walks allowed....................................3, 3x, last vs Ohio State (3/2/12) Strikeouts ....................................................7, vs Kent State (3/27/10) Batters faced ......................................34, at North Carolina (2/22/12)

Career StatS hr

13 16 8 37

rbi

42 51 35 128 ip

29.1 2.0 58.2 90.0

tb

slg%

126 124 79 329 h

32 1 59 92

.808 .795 .534 .715

r

26 0 41 67

er

20 0 34 54

bb

25 18 23 66 bb

10 0 17 27

S

Longwood Softball

hbp

8 3 5 16

so

21 1 32 54

so

15 13 12 40 2b

5 0 12 17

gdp

ob%

0 2 1 3

.532 .466 .404 .469

3b

1 0 0 1

hr

1 0 9 10

sf

1 1 2 4

sh

0 1 0 1

bf

143 7 270 420

sb-att

po

3-5 1-3 1-1 5-9

bavg

.250 .143 .254 .251

2 44 6 52 wp

3 0 1 4

hbp

4 0 16 20

a

e

3 2 11 16

fld%

3 0 1 4

bk

0 0 3 3

.625 1.000 .944 .944

sfa

0 0 3 3

sha

1 0 2 3


Amy PutnAm

Junior | of/1B | 5-5 | l/l Poquoson, VA. (Poquoson)

#33

2013 LanCers

2013: Third-year team member … has played in 41 career games with a .200 batting average (3-15), nine runs and one RBI … 2012: Appeared in 12 games … logged five at-bats … scored two runs and stole one base … Longwood ScholarAthlete Award recipient … 2011: Appeared in 29 games ... hit .300 (3-10) with one double and one RBI ... scored seven runs … Longwood Scholar-Athlete Award Recipient … High School: Played four years of softball for Poquoson ... threetime All-District selection ... two-time All-Region and Daily Press All-Star selection ... helped team to three district championships, two region championships and four state tournament appearances … member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honor Society) in high school ... first place in VHSL Writing/Photography/Design competition for feature article as a junior … Personal: Daughter of Phil and Darlene Putnam ... member of Cormier Honors College at Longwood … majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in exercise science.

Single-game HigHS

Hits ........................................1, 3x, last at Norfolk State (4/13/11) Doubles..........................................................1, at IUPUI (2/20/11) Total bases ....................................................2, at IUPUI (2/20/11) RBI ......................................................................1, Army (2/19/11) Runs scored..................................1, 9x, last vs Ohio State (3/2/12) Walks ....................................1, 3x, last at Norfolk State (4/13/11) At bats ........................................2, 2x, last at St. Peter’s (2/26/12) Stolen bases....................................................1, vs ETSU (2/12/12)

Career StatS Year

2011 2012 TOTAL SINGLE GAME HIGHS: H

avg

.300 .000 .200

gp-gs

29-0 12-0 41-0

ab

10 5 15

r

7 2 9

h

3 0 3

2b

1 0 1

3b

0 0 0

hr

0 0 0

rbi

1 0 1

tb

4 0 4

slg%

.400 .000 .267

bb

3 0 3

Longwood Softball

hbp

0 0 0

so

1 1 2

gdp

0 0 0

ob%

.462 .000 .333

sf

0 0 0

sh

0 0 0

sb-att

0-1 1-1 1-2

po

0 0 0

a

0 0 0

e

0 0 0

fld%

.000 .000 .000


megAn BAltzell

soPhomore | C | 5-9 | l/l stAfford, VA. (mountAin View)

2013 LanCers

#66

2013: Second-year team member … has started all 55 career games played with a .344 (55-160) batting average, 47 runs, nine home runs and 35 RBI … 2012: Started all 55 games played, logging a team-best 55 hits (.344), including nine home runs … also led the team with 14 doubles, 35 RBI and 100 total bases … tied a program record with 25 walks … first on the team with a .625 slugging percentage and a .445 on base percentage, as well … 14-17 on stolen base attempts … season highs of three hits and seven bases at Seton Hall (2.18) … season-high three RBI on t here occasions, last at Hampton (3.27) … High School: Played four years of softball for Mountain View ... served as a co-captain as a junior and senior ... All-Commonwealth District and Fredericksburg Free Lance Star All-Area Athlete selection as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Northwest Region Second Team selection as a sophomore ... Northwest Region First Team selection as a junior and senior ... Commonwealth District Player of the Year and Free Lance Star Player of the Year ... earned team MVP award as a junior and senior ... helped team to a pair of Commonwealth District championships ... also played four years of basketball and two years of volleyball … Personal: Daughter of Winston and Tammy Baltzell ... walked on to the women’s basketball team during 2011-12 and averaged 2.6 points and two rebounds in 11.3 minutes per game … majoring in criminal justice.

Single-game HigHS

Hits ............................................3, 3x, last at Seton Hall (2/18/12) Doubles ................................................2, vs Georgetown (3/3/12) Triples ............................................1, 2x, last NC Central (3/11/12) Home runs ................................1, 9x, last Norfolk State (4/12/12) Total bases ..............................................7, at Seton Hall (2/18/12) RBI................................................3, 3x, last at Hampton (3/27/12) Runs scored ........................3, 4x, last last Norfolk State (4/12/12) Walks ............................................................3, at UMBC (2/17/12) At bats ..........................................5, 2x, last at Marshall (4/22/12) Stolen bases ..............................................2, NC Central (3/11/12)

Year

2012 TOTAL

avg

.344 .344

gp-gs

55-55 55-55

ab

160 160

r

47 47

h

55 55

2b

14 14

3b

2 2

Career StatS hr

9 9

rbi

35 35

tb

100 100

slg%

.625 .625

bb

25 25

S

Longwood Softball

hbp

5 5

so

45 45

gdp

0 0

ob%

.445 .445

sf

1 1

sh

2 2

sb-att

14-17 14-17

po

153 153

a

19 19

e

5 5

fld%

.972 .972


CAsey lifsey

soPhomore | of/C | 5-7 | r/r Portsmouth, VA. (ChurChlAnd)

#7

2013 LanCers

2013: Second-year team member … has started 12 of 33 career games with a .147 (5-34) batting average, eight runs and six RBI … 2012: Started 12 of 33 games played, logging five hits (.147), eight runs, six RBI, 12 strikeouts and four walks … season-high two hits and three RBI at St. Peter’s (2.26) … High School: Played four years of softball for Churchland ... earned First Team All-District honors all four years ... added First Team All-Region, District Player of the Year, and First Team All-Tidewater recognition as a junior and senior ... also played four years of volleyball … Personal: Daughter of John and Tammy Lifsey … spent the summer of 2012 working at a golf course … majoring in communication sciences and disorders.

Single-game HigHS

Hits..........................................................2, at St. Peter’s (2/26/12) Doubles ......................................................1, vs Fordham (3/3/12) Total bases......................................2, 2x, last vs Fordham (3/3/12) RBI ..........................................................3, at St. Peter’s (2/26/12) Runs scored..............................................1, 8x, last Elon (4/25/12) Walks ..........................................1, 4x, last at Hampton (3/27/12) At bats ..............................................3, 4x, Norfolk State (4/12/12) Stolen bases ....................................1, at South Carolina (3/31/12)

Career StatS Year

2012 TOTAL

avg

.147 .147

gp-gs

33-12 33-12

ab

34 34

r

8 8

h

5 5

2b

1 1

3b

0 0

hr

0 0

rbi

6 6

tb

6 6

slg%

.176 .176

bb

4 4

hbp

S

Longwood Softball

2 2

so

12 12

gdp

0 0

ob%

.268 .268

sf

1 1

sh

1 1

sb-att

1-1 1-1

po

9 9

a

0 0

e

3 3

fld%

.750 .750


liBBy morris

soPhomore | rhP | 5-10 | r/r dillwyn, VA. (BuCkinghAm)

2013 LanCers

#12

2013: Second-year team member … has started 29 of 33 career games with a 13-14 record ... has 157.0 innings pitched, 77 strikeouts, 188 hits and 113 earned runs for a 5.04 ERA … 2012: Started 29 of 33 games played, collecting a 13-14 record in the circle … allowed 188 hits and 113 earned runs for a 5.04 ERA, while striking out 77 ... posted a season-high six strikeouts twice: vs. Western Carolina (2.11) and at Charleston Southern (3.17) ... High School: Played four years of softball with 716 strikeouts for Buckingham County ... named James River District Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Region B Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore ... First Team All-Region B selection as a sophomore and senior ... earned Second Team All-State recognition as a sophomore and junior ... helped team to James River District Regular Season championship as a sophomore and Tournament Championship as a senior ... also played three years of basketball and two years of volleyball … Personal: Daughter of Larry and Roma Morris ... interned at a law office during the summer of 2012 … majoring in psychology major.

Single-game HigHS

Innings pitched ........................7.0, 6x, last Virginia Tech (4/11/12) Walks allowed ..............................................5, vs Purdue (5/4/12) Strikeouts ..................6, 2x, last at Charleston Southern (3/17/12) Batters faced ............................38, vs Western Carolina (2/11/12)

Year

2012 TOTAL

era

w-l

5.04 13-14 5.04 13-14

app

33 33

gs

29 29

cg

17 17

sho

2/1 2/1

sv

1 1

Career StatS ip

157.0 157.0

h

188 188

r

140 140

er

113 113

bb

71 71

S

Longwood Softball

so

77 77

2b

26 26

3b

1 1

hr

24 24

bf

764 764

bavg

.290 .290

wp

19 19

hbp

26 26

bk

2 2

sfa

3 3

sha

14 14


kori nishitomi

soPhomore | of/3B | 5-4 | l/r kAneohe, hAwAii (mAryknoll)

#51

2013 LanCers

2013: Second-year team member … has started all 54 career games played with a .288 batting average (44-153), 27 runs and 21 RBI … 2012: Started all 54 games played, logging 44 hits (.288), including eight doubles, 21 RBI and 54 total bases … went 5-7 on stolen base attempts … compiled a .382 on base percentage … season-high three hits on three occasions, last at Louisville (3.14) … season-high five at-bats vs. Ohio (3.18) … High School: Played four years of softball for Maryknoll High School in Honolulu, Hawaii ... earned Second Team All-State recognition as a junior and senior ... Champions Cup 2008-11 … earned Ho-Ching Academic Award ... Personal: Daughter of Kevin and Jan Nishitomi ... sister Kelly played softball for Pacific University ... majoring in biology.

Single-game HigHS

Hits ..............................................3, 3x, last at Louisville (3/14/12) Doubles......................................1, 8x, last Norfolk State (4/12/12) Triples ..........................................................1, at UMBC (2/17/12) Total bases ........................................3, 6x, last at Liberty (5/5/12) RBI ................................................2, 5x, last at Marshall (4/22/12) Runs scored ..................................2, 4x, last at Marshall (4/22/12) Walks ........................2, 3x, last at Charleston Southern (3/17/12) At bats ............................................................5, vs Ohio (3/18/12) Stolen bases ......................................1, 5x, last at Liberty (5/5/12)

Year

2012 TOTAL

avg

.288 .288

gp-gs

54-54 54-54

ab

153 153

r

27 27

h

44 44

2b

8 8

3b

1 1

Career StatS hr

0 0

rbi

21 21

tb

54 54

slg%

.353 .353

bb

22 22

S

Longwood Softball

hbp

2 2

so

25 25

gdp

0 0

ob%

.382 .382

sf

1 1

sh

2 2

sb-att

5-7 5-7

po

81 81

a

54 54

e

5 5

fld%

.964 .964


ChelseA sCiACCA

soPhomore | of | 5-5 | l/r whittier, CAlif. (lA hABrA)

2013 LanCers

#10

2013: Second-year team member … has started two of 13 career games with a .273 (3-11) batting average and three runs … 2012: Started two of 13 games played, logging three hits (.273), three runs, three strikeouts and two walks … seasonhigh one hit three times, last at Norfolk State (4.12) … High School: Played four years of varsity softball for La Habra ... led team in batting average, RBI and stolen bases and earned All-Freeway League recognition as a senior ... named to AllFreeway League team as a junior ... missed sophomore season due to injury ... earned All-Freeway League honors and Coach’s Award as a freshman ... played in Orange County AllStar Game and Whittier Rotary All-Star Game as a senior ... helped team to Freeway League championship as a sophomore, junior and senior … ... made academic honor roll from 2007-10 ... Personal: Daughter of CJ and Mia Sciacca ... father was drafted out of high school in the fourth round by the Chicago Cubs and played in the minor leagues from 1982-87 for the Cubs and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim ... one of nine children with seven brothers and one sister, all beginning with the letter ‘C’ ... sister Caitlin played softball at Goldenwest College in Huntington Beach, Calif. … majoring in biology.

Single-game HigHS

Hits ............................................1, 3x, last Norfolk State (4/12/12) Total bases ................................1, 3x, last Norfolk State (4/12/12) Runs scored................................1, 3x, last Norfolk State (4/12/12) Walks ..................................1, 2x, last at South Carolina (3/31/12) At bats....................................................3, Norfolk State (4/12/12)

Year

2012 TOTAL

avg

.273 .273

gp-gs

13-2 13-2

ab

11 11

r

3 3

h

3 3

2b

0 0

3b

0 0

Career StatS hr

0 0

rbi

0 0

tb

3 3

slg%

.273 .273

bb

2 2

S

Longwood Softball

hbp

0 0

so

3 3

gdp

0 0

ob%

.385 .385

sf

0 0

sh

0 0

sb-att

0-0 0-0

po

1 1

a

0 0

e

1 1

fld%

.500 .500


kAtie shinroCk

soPhomore | of/2B | 5-3 | l/r fountAin VAlley, CAlif. (edison)

#18

2013 LanCers

2013: Second-year team member ... has started 28 of 42 career games with a .221 (15-68) batting average, nine runs and six RBI … 2012: Started 28 of 42 games played, logging 15 hits (.221), nine runs, one home run, six RBI, eight strikeouts and three walks … season-high two hits on two occasions, last at MArshall (4.22) … first-career home run at Marshall (4.22) ... High School: Played softball for Edison ... All-Sunset League Second Team selection, Edison Most Inspirational Female Athlete, Golden Key Medal Winner – Athletics and Edison Softball Hall of Fame Inductee as a senior ... All-Sunset League First Team, ASB Sportsmanship Award and Cypress All-Tournament Team selection as a junior ... named the team’s Most Improved Player as a sophomore ... played in the Orange County All-Star Game as a senior … helped team claim a Sunset League Championship as a freshman … fourtime Scholar-Athlete Award winner … Personal: Daughter of George and Kari Shinrock ... majoring in biology.

Single-game HigHS

Hits................................................2, 2x, last at Marshall (4/22/12) Doubles ......................................1, 4x, last Virginia Tech (4/11/12) Home runs ................................................1, at Marshall (4/22/12) Total bases ................................................4, at Marshall (4/22/12) RBI ..................................................2, at South Carolina (3/31/12) Runs scored..............................................1, 9x, last Elon (4/25/12) Walks ..................................1, 3x, last at South Carolina (3/31/12) At bats ......................................................4, at Marshall (4/22/12) Stolen bases ......................................1, at East Carolina (4/18/12)

Year

2012 TOTAL

avg

.221 .221

gp-gs

42-28 42-28

ab

68 68

r

9 9

h

15 15

2b

4 4

3b

0 0

Career StatS hr

1 1

rbi

6 6

tb

22 22

slg%

.324 .324

bb

3 3

S

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hbp

0 0

so

8 8

gdp

0 0

ob%

.254 .254

sf

0 0

sh

3 3

sb-att

1-1 1-1

po

34 34

a

2 2

e

fld%

0 1.000 0 1.000


2013 LanCers

CArly AdAms

freshmAn | 2B/ss | 5-7 | l/r ColoniAl heights, VA. (home sChooled)

#27

2013: First-year team member … High School: Played four years of varsity softball with the Central Virginia Homeschool Athletic Association … Personal: Daughter of Ken and Carolyn Adams … traveled around the East Coast with her travel softball team during the summer of 2012 … majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in exercise science.

JAmie BArBour

freshmAn | 1B/of | 5-4 | l/l AmeliA, VA. (AmeliA County)

#22

2013: First-year team member … High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Amelia County … four-time First-Team AllDistrict selection … earned All-Region First Team accolades in her junior and senior seasons … First-Team All-State, James River District Player of the Year and Regional Player of the Year as a senior with a team-best .678 batting average and five home runs … also played volleyball for three years, along with basketball and indoor track for one year apiece … graduated fifth in her class … National Scholar-Athlete Award … four-year recipient of the ACHS Leadership and Service Awards … Personal: Daughter of James and Sandie Barbour … competed with a travel softball team during the summer of 2012 … majoring in accounting.

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hAnnAh Burmeister

freshmAn | of | 5-7 | r/r ChesAPeAke, VA. (grAssfield)

#4

2013: First-year team member … High School: Four-year team member at Grassfield … as a junior outfielder, she earned First-Team All-District and Second-Team AllTidewater accolades … graduated with honors and as a member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Daughter of Joseph and Marsha Burmeister … competed with her travel team, Legends Elite, during the summer of 2012 … majoring in criminal justice.


Emily murphy

rEBEcca huitt

FrEshman | ss | 5-9 | r/r Virginia BEach, Va. (KEmpsVillE)

#5

2013: First-year team member … High School: Four-year team member at Liberty HS … two-time All-Evergreen District First Team selection and team MVP … All-Region First Team as a senior … finished career with the third-highest batting average in school history … hit .432 with a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage as a junior … also played field hockey and basketball … two-time All-Evergreen District Second Team selection for field hockey … All-Academic honors for basketball … graduated as a member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Daughter of Mike Huitt and Beth Ann Childress … step-sister (Ellen Childress) ran cross country at William and Mary … played softball for the Fauqier Freeze and interned at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) headquarters in Washington, D.C. during the summer of 2012.

#8

2013: First-year team member … High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Kempsville … four-time MVP … twotime All-Beach First Team and All-Tidewater honoree … two-time All-Region and All-State selection … also played basketball for four years, winning the Academic Scholar Award on two occasions … member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Daughter of Nelson and Nancy Murphy … traveled with the Legends Elite softball team during the summer of 2012 … majoring in therapeutic Recreation.

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2013 Lancers

FrEshman | OF | 5-0 | l/l BEalEtOn, Va. (liBErty)


2012 REVIEW


Date @ Feb 11, @ Feb 11, @ Feb 12, @ Feb 12, # Feb 17, # Feb 17, # Feb 18, # Feb 18,

Opponent

vs Western Carolina at Georgia State vs ETSU at Georgia State UMBC UMBC ST. JOHN'S SETON HALL at #24 North Carolina-1 at #24 North Carolina-2 OAKLAND OAKLAND IONA ST. PETER'S vs Ohio State vs Fordham vs Georgetown vs Purdue vs North Carolina State NC CENTRAL BINGHAMTON BINGHAMTON NC CENTRAL at Charleston Southern vs Ohio at Charleston Southern vs Ohio JAMES MADISON-1 JAMES MADISON-2 vs #25 DePaul at #1 Alabama vs #25 DePaul at #1 Alabama at Hampton-1 at Hampton-2 at South Carolina-1 at South Carolina-2 VIRGINIA-1 VIRGINIA-2 at Radford-1 VIRGINIA TECH-1 VIRGINIA TECH-2 NORFOLK STATE-1 NORFOLK STATE-2 at #12 Louisville-1 at #12 Louisville-2 at #12 Louisville at East Carolina-1 at East Carolina-2 at Marshall-1 at Marshall-2 ELON-1 ELON-2 at Liberty-1 at Liberty-2

W L W W W W W W L L W W W W L L W L L W W L W W W L W W W L L W L W W L L L W L L L W W L L L L L L L W W W L

Score

Inns

Overall

11-10 2-3 3-2 11-7 9-0 9-8 10-2 8-5 0-16 5-10 7-3 9-3 1-0 11-0 3-12 1-5 4-3 0-8 3-4 6-2 5-2 0-2 6-1 5-4 7-0 0-2 14-4 2-1 9-0 2-10 0-11 4-1 2-7 3-1 5-4 2-7 5-12 0-2 3-0 1-4 0-4 3-5 4-3 9-1 0-8 1-7 0-1 0-5 2-5 4-5 7-9 10-6 6-0 11-3 6-14

7 7 7 7 5 7 5 7 5 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 6 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 5

1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 7-1-0 7-2-0 7-3-0 8-3-0 9-3-0 10-3-0 11-3-0 11-4-0 11-5-0 12-5-0 12-6-0 12-7-0 13-7-0 14-7-0 14-8-0 15-8-0 16-8-0 17-8-0 17-9-0 18-9-0 19-9-0 20-9-0 20-10-0 20-11-0 21-11-0 21-12-0 22-12-0 23-12-0 23-13-0 23-14-0 23-15-0 24-15-0 24-16-0 24-17-0 24-18-0 25-18-0 26-18-0 26-19-0 26-20-0 26-21-0 26-22-0 26-23-0 26-24-0 26-25-0 27-25-0 28-25-0 29-25-0 29-26-0

@Georgia State First Pitch Classic #Lancer Lead-Off Tournament $Wilson DeMarini Longwood Spring Classic %Diamond 9 Citrus Classic ^adidas Longwood Classic &Charleston Southern Tournament *Easton Alabama Challenge () extra inning game

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Pitcher of record

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Morris (W 1-0) Morris (L 1-1) Morris (W 2-0) Short (W 1-0) Short (W 2-0) Morris (W 3-1) Short (W 4-1) Morris (W 4-1) Morris (L 4-2) Short (L 3-1) Short (W 4-1) Morris (W 5-2) Short (W 5-1) Morris (W 6-2) Short (L 5-2) Short (L 5-3) Short (W 6-3) Morris (L 6-3) Cornell (L 0-1) Morris (W 7-3) Cornell (W 1-1) Morris (L 7-4) Cornell (W 2-1) Cornell (W 3-1) Cornell (W 4-1) Morris (L 7-5) Morris (W 8-5) Cornell (W 5-1) Morris (W 9-5) Cornell (L 5-2) Morris (L 9-6) Cornell (W 6-2) Cornell (L 6-3) Cornell (W 7-3) Morris (W 10-6) Cornell (L 7-4) Morris (L 10-7) Morris (L 10-8) Cornell (W 8-4) Cornell (L 8-5) Morris (L 10-9) Cornell (L 8-6) Cornell (W 9-6) Cornell (W 10-6) Cornell (L 10-7) Morris (L 10-10) Morris (L 10-11) Morris (L 10-12) Cornell (L 10-8) Morris (L 10-13) Cornell (L 10-9) Morris (W 11-13) Morris (W 12-13) Morris (W 13-13) Morris (L 13-14)

Attend

Time

132 185 122 132 125 75 225 150 102 172 75 75 150 150 125 125 100 213 152 123 105 121 113 148 122 157 103 125 125 126 1463 103 2360 36 25 613 150 150 79 600 600 125 125 346 514 242 245 102 150 150 205 205

2:19 2:05 1:59 2:28 1:40 2:22 1:45 2:04 1:33 1:40 2:50 2:10 1:20 1:30 1:40 1:50 2:00 1:32 1:55 1:43 1:55 1:27 1:40 2:18 1:48 1:52 5:36 1:43 1:13 1:35 1:30 1:42 2:14 1:52 2:00 2:04 2:04 1:36 1:23 3:12 1:24 2:23 1:38 1:28 1:15 1:50 1:36 1:42 1:46 2:21 2:29 2:13 2:10 1:42 1:27

2012 resuLts

2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 Feb 22, 2012 Feb 22, 2012 $ Feb 24, 2012 $ Feb 24, 2012 $ Feb 26, 2012 $ Feb 26, 2012 % Mar 02, 2012 % Mar 03, 2012 % Mar 03, 2012 % Mar 04, 2012 % Mar 04, 2012 ^ Mar 10, 2012 ^ Mar 10, 2012 ^ Mar 11, 2012 ^ Mar 11, 2012 & Mar 16, 2012 & Mar 17, 2012 & Mar 17, 2012 & Mar 18, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 * Mar 24, 2012 * Mar 24, 2012 * Mar 25, 2012 * Mar 25, 2012 Mar 27, 2012 Mar 27, 2012 Mar 31, 2012 Mar 31, 2012 Apr 03, 2012 Apr 03, 2012 Apr 04, 2012 Apr 11, 2012 Apr 11, 2012 Apr 12, 2012 Apr 12, 2012 Apr 14, 2012 Apr 14, 2012 Apr 15, 2012 Apr 18, 2012 Apr 18, 2012 Apr 22, 2012 Apr 22, 2012 Apr 25, 2012 Apr 25, 2012 May 05, 2012 May 05, 2012


Record: 29-26 Home: 18-4 Away: 5-17 Neutral: 6-5 : 0-0 Player

2012 statistics

66 Megan Baltzell

avg gp-gs

ab

r

h 2b 3b hr rbi

tb slg% bb hp

so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att

a

e fld%

0 .445 1 2 14-17 153 19

po

5 .972

.344 55-55

160 47 55 14 2 9 35 100 .625 25 5 45

15 Leta Bressin

.336 49-46

128 31 43

2 1 0 10 47 .367

21 Ashley Kramer

.327 55-55

150 24 49

8 0 2 18 63 .420 23 0 29

14 Brooke Short

.297 55-55

148 25 44

9 1 8 35 79 .534 23 5 12

1 .404 2 0 1-1

6

11

1 .944

51 Kori Nishitomi

.288 54-54

153 27 44

8 1 0 21 54 .353 22 2 25

0 .382 1 2 5-7

81

54

5 .964

8 x-Marci Christian

.257 34-29

74 16 19

3 1 5 21 39 .527 12 1 18

0 .368 0 0 3-4

60

5

3 .956

11 Jordan Cox

.239 55-55

159 17 38

9 0 10 35 77 .484 17 0 40

2 .313 0 2 1-1

67 143

12 .946

1 Brittney Latka

.230 44-37

87 15 20

3 1 3 11 34 .391 11 0 28

0 .316 0 3 2-3

31

18 Katie Shinrock

.221 42-28

68

4 0 1

8

0 .254 0 3 1-1

4 Courtney Long

.215 55-55

135 21 29 11 1 3 20 51 .378 19 3 26

0 .325 0 4 1-5

6 Leigh Sexton

.155 35-16

58

6

9

2 0 0

4 11 .190

6 1 21

0 .246 0 2 0-0

.273 13-2

11

3

3

0 0 0

0

2 0

7 Casey Lifsey

.147 33-12

22 Holly Janney

. 000

9 15

6 22 .324

7 1 22

3 0

0 .375 0 2 13-19

49

6

4 .932

0 .414 1 0 8-9

75 118

17 .919

3

1 .971

34

2

0 1.000

419

17

6 .986

33

27

1 .984

0 .385 0 0 0-0

1

0

1 .500

-------------------10 Chelsea Sciacca

3 . 273

3

34

8

5

1 0 0

6

6 .176

4 2 12

0 .268 1 1 1-1

9

0

3 .750

6-0

5

0

0

0 0 0

0

0 . 000

1 0

0 .167 0 0 0-0

0

1

1 .500

33 Amy Putnam

.000 12-0

5

2

0

0 0 0

0

0 .000

0 0

1

0 .000 0 0 1-1

0

0

0 .000

12 Libby Morris

.000 33-29

0

0

0

0 0 0

0

0 . 000

0 0

0

0 .000 0 0 0-0

4

51

2 .965

0 Ashley Cornell

.000 27-18

0

0

0

0 0 0

0

0 .000

0 0

0

0 .000 0 0 0-0

3

25

0 1.000

4

Totals

.271

55

1375 251 373

74

8 41 222 586

.426 175 20 294

3

.360

6 21 51-69

1025 482

62

.960

Opponents

.273

55

1372 254 375

61

5 47 218 587

.428 144 54 178

6

.363 10 31 68-79

1030 368

62

.958

LOB - Team (319), Opp (334). DPs turned - Team (11), Opp (13). CI - Team (1), Baltzell 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (3), Short 3, Opp (3). Picked off - Long 1, Cox 1, Shinrock 1, Kramer 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

0 Ashley Cornell

era

w-l

3.28 10-9

app gs

cg sho

27 18 15 2/1

14 Brooke Short

4.06 6-3

11 8

12 Libby Morris

5.04 13-14

33 29 17 2/1

7 2/0

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b 3b

2 126.0 128

73

59

56

69

23

2 58.2

41

59

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

4 14 .261

9 12 0 4 15 1 16 3 3

34

17

32

12

0

1 157.0 188 140 113

71

77

26

1 24 .290 19 26 2 3 14

9 .254

2

Totals

4.22 29-26

55 55

39

7/1

5

341.2

375

254

206

144

178

61

5

47

.273

29 54

5 10

31

Opponents

4.06 26-29

55 55

26

10/2

2

343.1

373

251

199

175

294

74

8

41

.271

37 20

0

21

PB - Team (12), Baltzell 6, Christian 6, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (1), Christian 1, Opp (4). SBA/ATT - Baltzell (55-65), Morris (34-39), Cornell (27-32), Christian (13-13), Short (7-8).

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6


1 AB 1 TPA 1.0 TPA/Game

P Batting avg 66 Megan Baltzell 15 Leta Bressin 21 Ashley Kramer 14 Brooke Short 51 Kori Nishitomi

. 344 . 336 . 327 . 297 . 288

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Runs scored 66 Megan Baltzell 15 Leta Bressin 51 Kori Nishitomi 14 Brooke Short 21 Ashley Kramer

47 31 27 25 24

1. 66 Megan Baltzell 2. 21 Ashley Kramer 3. 51 Kori Nishitomi

14 11 9 9 8

1. 66 Megan Baltzell 2. 6 tied at.......

100 79 77 63 54

1. 66 Megan Baltzell 2. 14 Brooke Short

4 3 3 2

1. 14 Brooke Short 2. 21 Ashley Kramer

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Doubles

1. 66 Megan Baltzell 2. 4 Courtney Long 3. 14 Brooke Short

11 Jordan Cox

5. 2 tied at........

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Total bases 66 Megan Baltzell 14 Brooke Short 11 Jordan Cox 21 Ashley Kramer 51 Kori Nishitomi Sac bunts

1. 4 Courtney Long 2. 18 Katie Shinrock

1 Brittney Latka

4. 5 tied at......

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Caught stealing 15 Leta Bressin 4 Courtney Long 66 Megan Baltzell 51 Kori Nishitomi 3 tied at.......

6 4 3 2 1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Strikeouts 66 Megan Baltzell 11 Jordan Cox 21 Ashley Kramer 1 Brittney Latka 4 Courtney Long

45 40 29 28 26

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

At bats 66 Megan Baltzell 11 Jordan Cox 51 Kori Nishitomi 21 Ashley Kramer 14 Brooke Short

160 159 153 150 148

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Games as sub 7 Casey Lifsey 6 Leigh Sexton 18 Katie Shinrock 33 Amy Putnam 10 Chelsea Sciacca

21 19 14 12 11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Slugging pct 66 Megan Baltzell 14 Brooke Short 8 x-Marci Christian 11 Jordan Cox 21 Ashley Kramer

. 625 . 534 . 527 . 484 . 420

Hits

14 Brooke Short

5. 15 Leta Bressin

Triples

Walks

21 Ashley Kramer

4. 51 Kori Nishitomi 5. 4 Courtney Long

Sac flies

55 49 44 44 43 2 1

25 23 23 22 19

7 Casey Lifsey 66 Megan Baltzell 51 Kori Nishitomi

2 1 1 1 1

Steal attempts 15 Leta Bressin 66 Megan Baltzell 21 Ashley Kramer 51 Kori Nishitomi 4 Courtney Long

19 17 9 7 5

Grounded into DP

1. 11 Jordan Cox 2. 14 Brooke Short

2 1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

On base pct 66 Megan Baltzell 21 Ashley Kramer 14 Brooke Short 51 Kori Nishitomi 15 Leta Bressin Runs batted in

1. 14 Brooke Short

11 Jordan Cox 66 Megan Baltzell 4. 51 Kori Nishitomi 8 x-Marci Christian

35 35 35 21 21

Home runs 11 Jordan Cox 66 Megan Baltzell 14 Brooke Short 8 x-Marci Christian 2 tied at.......

10 9 8 5 3

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Hit by pitch

1. 66 Megan Baltzell

14 Brooke Short 3. 4 Courtney Long 4. 7 Casey Lifsey 51 Kori Nishitomi 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stolen bases 66 Megan Baltzell 15 Leta Bressin 21 Ashley Kramer 51 Kori Nishitomi 8 x-Marci Christian Stolen base pct

1. 11 Jordan Cox

14 18 4. 21 5. 66

Brooke Short Katie Shinrock Ashley Kramer Megan Baltzell

Total plate appearances

1. 66 Megan Baltzell 2. 51 Kori Nishitomi 3. 14 Brooke Short

11 Jordan Cox

5. 21 Ashley Kramer

Games played

1. 66 Megan Baltzell

11 Jordan Cox 4 Courtney Long 21 Ashley Kramer 14 Brooke Short

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55 55 55 55 55

. 445 . 414 . 404 . 382 . 375

Game starts

1. 11 Jordan Cox

66 Megan Baltzell 4 Courtney Long 21 Ashley Kramer 14 Brooke Short

5 5 3 2 2 14 13 8 5 3 1.000 1.000 1.000 . 889 . 824 193 180 178 178 174 55 55 55 55 55

2012 Leaders

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.


2012 Game-By-Game

Date

Feb 11 Feb 11 Feb 12 Feb 12 Feb 17 Feb 17 Feb 18 Feb 18 Feb 22 Feb 22 Feb 24 Feb 24 Feb 26 Feb 26 Mar 02 Mar 03 Mar 03 Mar 04 Mar 04 Mar 10 Mar 10 Mar 11 Mar 11 Mar 16 Mar 17 Mar 17 Mar 18 Mar 21 Mar 21 Mar 24 Mar 24 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 27 Mar 27 Mar 31 Mar 31 Apr 03 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 11 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 12 Apr 14 Apr 14 Apr 15 Apr 18 Apr 18 Apr 22 Apr 22 Apr 25 Apr 25 May 05 May 05 Totals

Opponent

vs Western Carolina at Georgia State vs ETSU at Georgia State UMBC UMBC ST. JOHN'S SETON HALL at North Carolina at North Carolina OAKLAND OAKLAND IONA ST. PETER'S vs Ohio State vs Fordham vs Georgetown vs Purdue vs North Carolina State NC CENTRAL BINGHAMTON BINGHAMTON NC CENTRAL at Charleston Southern vs Ohio at Charleston Southern vs Ohio JAMES MADISON JAMES MADISON vs DePaul at Alabama vs DePaul at Alabama at Hampton at Hampton at South Carolina at South Carolina VIRGINIA VIRGINIA at Radford VIRGINIA TECH VIRGINIA TECH NORFOLK STATE NORFOLK STATE at Louisville at Louisville at Louisville at East Carolina at East Carolina at Marshall at Marshall ELON ELON at Liberty at Liberty

ab

r

h

rbi

33 11 16 9 25 2 4 2 20 3 3 3 32 11 11 8 21 9 7 9 26 9 9 8 24 10 14 9 30 8 9 7 15 0 0 0 33 5 9 4 30 7 10 7 30 9 11 8 19 1 2 1 28 11 14 11 17 3 2 3 29 1 8 1 24 4 5 4 18 0 3 0 26 3 7 1 28 6 7 5 26 5 6 5 26 0 5 0 24 6 8 4 29 5 8 5 17 7 2 5 21 0 2 0 31 14 13 12 23 2 6 2 22 9 11 8 16 2 3 2 17 0 3 0 27 4 10 4 25 2 6 2 26 3 8 3 28 5 8 5 27 2 4 2 26 5 5 3 21 0 2 0 25 3 7 3 24 1 4 1 24 0 3 0 29 3 6 3 24 4 8 3 28 9 11 9 15 0 0 0 28 1 6 1 20 0 0 0 26 0 3 0 26 2 5 0 25 4 7 4 33 7 11 5 30 10 13 10 27 6 10 5 30 11 12 11 21 6 6 5 1375 251 373 222

2b

1 1 1 3 1 2 2 1 0 1 3 2 1 4 0 3 4 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 3 1 2 74

3b

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 8

hr

bb

4 3 1 2 0 7 1 6 2 7 2 5 2 4 1 3 0 3 0 2 2 2 2 7 0 2 1 4 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 13 0 4 1 9 0 1 0 3 0 4 0 1 1 1 1 4 1 6 2 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 3 0 3 0 3 2 3 0 1 0 5 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 5 2 3 1 6 4 4 0 3 41 175

ibb

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

sb

2 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 1 3 2 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 51

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cs hbp

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 18

0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 20

sac

1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 21

sf gdp

0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6

k

po

a

0 6 21 13 0 10 21 9 0 3 21 11 1 7 21 8 0 3 15 4 0 6 21 10 0 5 15 7 1 9 21 9 0 5 12 5 0 9 18 9 0 3 21 9 0 4 21 15 0 4 21 13 0 3 15 9 0 8 12 3 0 10 21 12 0 9 21 11 0 6 15 10 0 7 18 10 0 3 21 15 0 4 21 9 0 5 18 8 0 2 21 13 0 8 21 10 0 3 21 11 1 5 18 5 0 4 18 6 0 3 21 10 0 4 15 11 0 5 13 5 0 3 12 8 0 7 21 8 0 5 18 7 0 4 21 8 0 4 21 11 0 7 18 4 0 4 18 11 0 8 21 15 0 2 21 6 0 3 18 5 0 8 21 13 0 10 24 6 0 3 21 8 0 2 18 3 0 8 12 3 0 7 18 13 0 6 18 13 0 3 18 10 0 3 18 5 0 12 19 10 0 9 18 6 0 2 21 6 0 6 21 7 0 2 18 10 0 3 12 6 3 294 1025 482

e

4 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 4 1 1 2 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 62

avg

.485 .345 .295 .309 .313 .318 .354 .346 .323 .317 .318 .323 .311 .325 .316 .313 .307 .302 .300 .297 .294 .289 .291 .290 .286 .280 .286 .285 .292 .289 .287 .290 .288 .289 .289 .284 .282 .278 .278 .275 .271 .270 .271 .274 .271 .269 .264 .261 .260 .260 .262 .266 .268 .271 .271 .271


HISTORY AND RECORDS


season records

TEAM

Games Victories Winning Pct. Batting Average At-Bats Runs Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs Runs Batted In Stolen Bases Innings Pitched Lowest ERA Strikeouts Complete Games Winning Streak

57 38 (38-15) .860 (37-6) .375 1481 314 459 76 19 61 286 136 367.1 1.17 287 43 18

2000 1999 2003 1987 2000 2010 2010 2010 1998 2010 2010 1999 2000 2003 2004 1999 2003

INDIVIDUAL Wins 1. Briana Wella 2. Briana Wells 3. Rachel Mills 4. Jennifer Potts 5. Stacey Rose Emily Welpott

cOmplEtE gamEs 1. Briana Wells 2. Emily Welpott 3. Briana Wells 4. Jen Steele Stacey Rose

EarnED run aVEragE 1. Abbey Welch 2. Jen Steele 3. Jennifer Potts 4. Jen Steele 5. Holly Miller

Pitching

34 31 24 22 21 21

2011 2010 2006 2001 1999 1994

33 26 25 24 24

2011 1994 2010 2005 1999

0.86 1.01 1.02 1.04 1.21

2004 2003 2003 2002 2002

FEWEst WalKs pEr gamE (per 7 innings) 1. Megan Dempsey 0.76 2. Emily Welpott 0.95 3. Jen Steele 1.09 4. Jen Steele 1.19 5. Denise Wack 1.20

innings pitchED 1. Briana Wells 2. Briana Wells 3. Rachel Mills 4. Briana Wells 5. Jen Steele

308.2 247.2 220.1 217.0 213.0

FEWEst hits pEr gamE (per 7 innings) 1. Denee Porter 2.93 2. Bridget Terry 3.83 3. Abbey Welch 4.16 4. Jennifer Potts 4.45 5. Jen Steele 4.60 Winning pErcEntagE (10+ decisions) 1. Jen Steele 18-2 2. Emily Welpott 21-4 3. Stacey Thompson 10-2 4. Jennifer Potts 13-3 5. Abbey Welch 20-5 striKEOuts 1. Briana Wells 2. Abbey Welch 3. Briana Wells 4. Briana Wells 5. Jen Steele

.900 .840 .833 .813 .800 203 188 154 133 126

2003 1995 2002 2003 2000

Jen Steele (2002-05) Longwood Softball

2011 2010 2006 2009 2005 2006 1984 2004 2003 2003 2003 1994 1988 2003 2004 2011 2004 2010 2009 2005


INDIVIDUAL Hitting Batting aVEragE (min. 50 aB) 1. Tina Hall .500 2. Robin Hutcherson .490 3. Chris LeBel .468 4. Libby Gough .462 5. Jill Everett .456 hits 1. Kami Nuckols 2. Libby Gough 3. Brooke Short 4. Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos 5. Jamie Englehart

runs scOrED 1. Brooke Short 2. Jamie Englehart 3. Megan Baltzell 4. Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos 5. Shamana Washington DOuBlEs 1. Maggie Margadonna 2. Caitlin Hooe Jen Steele Jennifer Potts 5. Megan Baltzell Nichole Simmons Shamana Washington triplEs 1. Casey Alexander 2. Tina Hall 3. Brooke Short Caitlin Hooe Laura Marks

hOmE runs 1. Brooke Short 2. Brooke Short 3. Shamana Washington 4. Amy Betterton Camille Ketsdever Ryan Washington

1988 1994 1987 1999 1989

75 72 68 64 63

2010 1999 2010 2000 1999

60 51 48 46 44

1999 2011 2004 1998 2004

52 48 47 46 44

2010 1999 2012 1999 2004

17 15 15 15 14 14 14

2010 2006 2003 2002 2012 2009 2004

9 7 6 6 6

1998 1988 2010 2005 1990

16 13 12 11 11 11

2011 2010 2004 2010 2010 2006

stOlEn BasEs 1. Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos 2. Nichole Simmons 3. Kami Nuckols Ryan Washington Ryan Washington WalKs 1. Megan Baltzell Brooke Short Shelby Ray 4. Libby Gough 5. Ashley Kramer Brooke Short Megan Camden Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos hitting strEaK 1. Kami Nuckols Jennifer Potts 3. Tina Hall 4. Ryan Washington 5. Caitlin Hooe

179 178 173 170 166 166 166 36 26 23 23 23

2000 2010 2005 2004 2010 2005 1999 (36-38) (26-30) (23-27) (23-27) (23-29)

25 25 25 24 23 23 23 23

2012 2010 2003 1999 2012 2012 2004 1999

22 22 20 19 18

2010 2003 1988 2005 2006

Caitlin Hooe (2005-08) Longwood Softball

1999 2011 2010 2008 2006

season records

runs BattED in 1. Libby Gough 2. Brooke Short 3. Shamana Washington 4. Libby Gough 5. Jen Steele

(44-88) (48-98) (29-62) (72-156) (41-90)

at-Bats 1. Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos 2. Kami Nuckols 3. Shamana Washington 4. Megan Camden 5. Maggie Margadonna Ryan Washington Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos


INDIVIDUAL Wins 1. Briana Wells 2. Jen Steele 3. Jennifer Potts 4. Rachel Mills 5. Emily Welpott

career records

cOmplEtE gamEs 1. Briana Wells 1. Emily Welpott 2. Jen Steele 4. Rachel Mills 5. Jennifer Potts

Pitching

EarnED run aVEragE (min. 100 ip) 1. Abby Welch 2. M.J. Campbell 3. Jen Steele 4. Jennifer Potts 5. Jennifer Bragg FEWEst WalKs pEr gamE 1. Denise Wack 2. Stacey Rose 3. Jen Steele 4. Jennifer Potts 5. Emily Welpott

96 73 64 60 42

2008-11 2002-05 2000-03 2005-08 1993-96

91 74 68 55 54

2008-11 1993-96 2002-05 2005-08 2000-03

0.86 1.62 1.75 1.78 1.87

2004 1984-85 2002-05 2000-03 1998

1.44 1.50 1.53 1.73 1.79

1999-00 1999 2002-05 2000-03 1993-96

striKEOuts 1. Briana Wells 2. Jen Steele 3. Rachel Mills 4. Emily Welpott 5. Jennifer Potts

FEWEst hits pEr gamE 1. Denee Porter 2. Abbey Welch 3. M.J. Campbell 4. Jen Steele

2008-11 2002-05 2005-08 1993-96 2000-03

2.93 4.16 4.90 5.10

2006 2004 1984-85 2002-05

Winning pErcEntagE (min. 20 decisions) 1. Abbey Welch .800 20-5 2. Jen Steele .737 73-26 3. Stacey Rose .724 21-8 4. Denise Wack .675 27-13 5. Jennifer Potts .674 64-31 innings pitchED 1. Briana Wells 2. Jen Steele 3. Rachel Mills 4. Jennifer Potts 5. Emily Welpott

Hitting Batting aVEragE (min. 200 aB) 1. Tina Hall .422 2. Ryan Washington .401 3. Jill Everett .397 4. Libby Gough .395 5. Mari Willen .389

900.2 625.2 575.1 563.2 529.1 (98-232) (215-536) (116-292) (183-463) (146-375)

2004 2002-05 1999 1999-00 2000-03 2008-11 2002-05 2005-08 2000-03 1993-96 1986-88 2005-08 1986-89 1996-99 1992-95

slugging pErcEntagE (min. 200 aB) 1. Tina Hall .763 2. Brooke Short .715 3. Ryan Washington .638 4. Libby Gough .631 5. Jill Everett .623

1986-88 2010-xx 2005-08 1996-99 1986-89

.473 .471 .469 .446 .436

1986-88 2005-08 2010-xx 2000-03 1988-91

215 204 186 183 179 179 179

2005-08 2005-08 2002-05 1996-99 2007-10 2000-03 1999-02

On BasE pErcEntagE (min. 200 aB) 1. Tina Hall 2. Ryan Washington 3. Brooke Short 4. Shelby Ray 5. Pam Fitzgerald

Megan Camden (2002-05)

572 409 331 324 259

hits 1. Ryan Washington 2. Caitlin Hooe 3. Megan Camden 4. Libby Gough 5. Camille Ketsdever Jennifer Potts Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos

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INDIVIDUAL runs BattED in 1. Libby Gough 2. Jen Steele 3. Brooke Short 4. Ryan Washington Shamana Washington

runs scOrED 1. Ryan Washington 2. Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos 3. Caitlin Hooe 4. Megan Camden 5. Tiffany Wheeler

138 129 128 125 125

1996-99 2002-05 2010-xx 2005-08 2003-06

145 140 137 130 120

2005-08 1999-02 2005-08 2002-05 2000-03

43 43 40 39 36

2005-08 2000-03 2002-05 1996-99 2000-03

hOmE runs 1. Brooke Short 2. Shamana Washington 3. Ryan Washington 4. Camille Ketsdever 5. Libby Gough

stOlEn BasEs 1. Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos 2. Ryan Washington 3. Nicole Simmons 4. Caitlin Hooe 5. Kami Nuckols WalKs 1. Shelby Ray 2. Brooke Short Megan Camden 4. Courtney Long 5. Ryan Washington gamEs playED 1. Colleen Cooney 2. Megan Camden 3. Courtney Long 4. Nichole Simmons 5. Jen Steele

at-Bats 1. Megan Camden 2. Caitlin Hooe 3. Jodi Wolff-Coussoulos 4. Jen Steele 5. Ryan Washington

Shamana Washington (2003-06) Longwood Softball

15 14 11 10 10 10

1992-95 1986-88 2005-08 2010-xx 2000-03 1986-89

37 28 27 20 18

2010-xx 2003-06 2005-08 2007-10 1996-99

82 80 58 49 47

1999-02 2005-08 2008-11 2005-08 2008-11

81 66 66 61 59

2000-03 2010-xx 2002-05 2009-12 2005-08

196 194 192 190 189

1999-02 2002-05 2009-12 2008-11 2002-05

603 570 551 546 536

2002-05 2005-08 1999-02 2002-05 2005-08

career records

DOuBlEs 1. Caitlin Hooe Jennifer Potts 3. Jen Steele 4. Libby Gough 5. Shelby Ray

Hitting (cont.)

triplEs 1. Mari Willen 2. Tina Hall 3. Caitlin Hooe 4. Brooke Short Jennifer Potts Jill Everett


hOmE runs Becca Walker

3 vs. Howard

WalKs (four with four, most recent) Brooke Short 4 vs. Norfolk State

2010

13 vs. Howard

2005

Game records

tOtal BasEs Becca Walker

Ryan Washington (2005-08) INDIVIDUAL at-Bats Shamana Washington Melissa Gwinn Amanda Whitby hits Mary Dailey

runs BattED in Victoria Masters

runs scOrED Caitlin Hooe Becca Walker Shamana Washington Tina Hall DOuBlEs Mary Dailey

Hitting

6 vs. Howard 6 vs UNCG 6 vs UNCG

2005 1998 1998

5 vs. Radford

1988

9 vs. Georgetown

2006

5 vs. Georgetown 5 vs. Howard 5 vs. Mount Olive 5 vs. UNCG

2006 2005 2004 1988

4 vs. Radford

1988

triplEs (six with two, most recent) Brooke Short 2 vs. Albany Ashley Kramer 2. vs. Hampton

2005

stOlEn BasEs (five with four, most recent) Ryan Washington 4 vs. Furman

2006

striKEOuts Stacey Rose Emily Welpott

15 vs. Virginia State 15 vs. Coker

1999 1996

vs. Stony Brook vs. Liberty vs. Hampton vs. Virginia State vs. Virginia State vs. Queens vs. Virginia Union vs. Lynchburg vs. Ferrum vs. Lynchburg vs. Ferrum

2011 2008 2004 2002 2001 1999 1999 1996 1989 1985 1985

Pitching

nO hittErs (7 inning games) Briana Wells Briana Wells Abbey Welch Jennifer Potts Jennifer Potts Stacey Rose Stacey Rose Emily Welpott Cheryl Starr Andrea Samsky M.J. Campbell

2010 2010

Jennifer Potts (2000-03) Longwood Softball


record 11-6 10-8 9-13 11-5 16-11 8-17 10-8-1 21-5 12-15 11-13 11-13 13-11 14-15 23-10-1 10-18 13-19 7-22 22-18 38-15 34-23 26-14-1 37-14 37-6 37-13 32-20 27-19 21-18 27-18 23-23 36-16 37-13 29-26 32 seasons

coach Nanette Fisher Nanette Fisher Nanette Fisher Nanette Fisher nanette Fisher Loretta Coughlin Loretta Coughlin Loretta Coughlin Loretta Coughlin Loretta Coughlin Loretta Coughlin Loretta Coughlin Loretta Coughlin Loretta Coughlin loretta coughlin Glenda Grubbs glenda grubbs Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley Kathy Riley 4 coaches

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Overall 11-6 21-14 30-27 41-32 57-43 (.570) 8-17 18-25-1 39-30-1 51-45-1 62-58-1 73-71-1 86-82-1 100-97-1 123-107-2 133-125-2 (.519) 13-19 20-41 (.328) 22-18 60-33 94-56 120-70-1 157-84-1 194-90-1 231-103-1 263-123-1 290-142-1 311-160-1 338-178-1 361-201-1 397-217-1 434-230-1 463-256-1 673-465-3 (.591)

coachinG records

year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 total


aLL-time series records

Opponent Adelphi Akron Alabama Albany Alderson-Broaddus American International Anderson Appalachian State Arizona State Armstrong Atlantic Army Averett Baptist Barry (Fla.) Barton Belmont Abbey Binghamton Bloomsburg Boston University Bridgewater Brigham Young Bucknell Butler BYU Hawaii California (Pa.) California Baptist Cal State Fullerton Campbell Canisius Catawba Catholic Cazenovia Central Conn. St. Central Florida Chaminade (Hawaii) Charles County CC Charleston (W.Va.) Charleston Southern Chowan Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Coker College Colgate College of Charleston Columbus Columbus State Coppin State Cornell Davis & Elkins Delaware Delaware State DePaul East Carolina

series 0-1 1-0 0-2 2-0 2-0 1-0 12-2 0-1 0-2 2-3 2-0 4-0 2-1 1-1 18-10 19-1 3-2 2-6 1-1 7-3 0-1 3-0 1-1 1-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 5-5 1-2 4-2 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 4-0 0-1 3-2 5-3 1-1 0-2 3-3 8-11 1-1 0-1 0-2 0-4 4-0 2-1 1-2 2-0 0-1 1-2 1-5

last played 1993 1985 2012 2010 2004 1999 2003 2005 2007 2003 2011 1988 1990 2004 2004 2004 2012 2000 2005 1993 2007 2011 2008 2004 2000 2004 2009 2011 2007 2000 1992 1983 2009 2005 2003 1989 2004 2012 1986 2009 2010 2004 2007 2005 1989 2003 2005 2011 1998 2006 2005 2012 2012

result L, 1-8 W, 0-3 L, 2-7 W, 5-0 W, 12-2 W, 5-0 W, 6-0 L, 2-1 L, 1-12 W, 1-0 W, 7-2 W, 8-0 W, 8-6 W, 9-1 W, 8-0 W, 6-0 L, 0-2 W, 3-1 L, 4-3 W, 7-1 L, 1-9 W, 6-2 W, 4-1 L, 3-4 L, 3-12 L, 2-3 L, 9-10 W, 5-4 L, 2-10 W, 8-0 W, 20-10 L, 1-4 W, 14-3 L, 3-1 W, 6-0 L, 0-7 W, 12-1 L, 0-2 L, 11-14 L, 3-5 L, 6-7 W, 8-0 W, 4-0 L, 13-4 L, 6-10 L, 4-1 W, 11-1 W, 9-1 W, 3-2 W, 5-3 L, 6-5 W, 4-1 L, 2-5

Opponent East Stroudsburg East Tennessee State Eastern Mennonite Eastern Michigan Edinboro Elon Emporia State Erskine Fairfield Fairmont State Ferris State Ferrum Florida Florida Atlantic Fordham Francis Marion Furman Gallaudet Gannon Gardner-Webb George Mason Georgetown George Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Hampton Harvard Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii-Pacific Howard Illinois Illinois State Incarnate Word Indiana (Pa.) Iona Iowa Indianapolis IUPUI James Madison James Madison Club Johnson C. Smith Kansas Kennesaw State Kent State Kutztown Lander Le Moyne Lees-McRae Lehigh Lenoir-Rhyne

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series 1-0 4-2 7-4 0-1 1-2 8-10 0-1 7-7 0-1 2-0 1-0 19-6 0-11 1-0 1-2 3-5 2-2 0-1-1 2-0 2-1 1-2 11-2 6-0 2-3 1-0 1-1 14-1 1-0 1-2 0-1 1-1 13-0 0-2 0-1 1-1 2-1 4-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 4-1 12-2 1-0 0-1 0-6 1-1 7-2 3-1 1-1 10-4 1-2 3-1

last played 2002 2012 1992 2008 2000 2012 2004 2002 2006 2000 1999 1997 2009 2008 2012 2001 2006 1987 1998 2010 1993 2012 2006 2011 2005 2012 2012 2007 2011 2004 2003 2010 2011 2011 2004 2004 2012 2009 1999 2011 2012 1992 2002 2006 2002 2010 2001 2004 1994 2004 2010 2004

result W, 6-2 W, 3-2 L, 0-5 L, 2-1 W, 9-1 W, 6-0 L, 2-4 W, 6-2 L, 2-3 W, 8-1 W, 3-1 L, 5-13 L, 1-3 W, 10-0 L, 1-5 W, 5-2 W, 7-6 T, 3-3 W, 6-0 W, 17-2 W, 6-5 W, 4-3 W, 6-2 W, 7-5 W, 3-2 W, 11-7 W, 5-4 W, 3-1 L,2-3 L,1-7 W, 7-4 W, 8-1 L, 5-7 L, 2-6 W, 1-0 W, 8-0 W, 1-0 L, 0-6 W, 5-0 W, 11-3 W, 9-0 W, 21-3 W, 12-0 L, 3-4 L, 0-1 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 W, 11-2 L, 4-7 W, 13-0 W, 14-2 W, 3-0


last played 2012 2003 1989 2011 1994 2004 2009 1992 2012 1996 1994 2008 2004 2012 2011 2000 1987 2011 2006 2008 2004 2010 2004 2004 2012 2012 2012 2012 2005 1991 2002 2007 2005 2003 2006 2011 2012 2012 2012 2004 2007 1996 2011 2003 2008 2004 2007 2009 2010 2012 2003 2011 2012 1999 1996 1987 2005 2006

result L, 6-14 W, 9-0 W, 4-3 W, 8-0 W, 9-3 W, 7-3 L, 0-4 W, 7-6 L, 1-7 L, 3-5 L,, 5-9 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L,7-9 L, 0-16 W, 10-2 L, 7-9 L, 0-1 L, 0-5 W, 5-2 L, 1-2 W, 8-0 W, 11-2 W, 13-0 W, 6-1 L, 3-4 W, 9-1 L, 0-16 W, 4-1 W, 8-3 W, 7-5 L, 1-2 W, 4-1 L, 9-0 L, 3-4 W, 2-0 W, 9-3 W, 14-4 L, 3-12 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 W, 8-0 W, 3-0 W, 9-0 L, 0-6 L, 3-9 L, 7-8 W, 11-2 W, 9-1 L, 0-8 W, 12-0 W, 5-4 L, 1-4 W, 3-2 L, 0-10 L, 7-10 L, 4-3 L, 2-4

series Opponent Seton Hall 1-0 Shaw 4-1 Shepherd 1-0 Shippensburg 5-5 Siena 3-0 South Carolina 2-4 South Dakota 1-0 South Dakota State 2-0 Southeast Missouri State 1-1 St. Andrews 12-6 St. Augustine's 1-3 St. Cloud (Minn.) 1-0 St. Edward's 2-0 St. Francis 1-0 St. John’s 2-1 St. Peter’s 1-0 Stonehill 1-0 Stony Brook 6-0 SUNY-Brockport 1-1 Syracuse 0-1 Tennessee 0-1 Tennessee Tech 1-0 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1-0 Tokyo Women’s College of P.E. 0-1 Towson 1-2 UCLA 0-1 UC Riverside 1-1 UMass-Lowell 3-0 UMBC 5-2 UNC Charlotte 0-1 UNC Greensboro 11-23 UNC Wilmington 4-3 UNLV 1-1 USC-Aiken 3-0 USC-Upstate 1-1 UC Santa Barbara 0-1 Valdosta State 2-0 VCU 2-3 Vermont 0-2 Virginia 11-10 Virginia State 7-1 Virginia Tech 11-6 Virginia Wesleyan 4-13-1 West Virginia Wesleyan 1-0 Wayne State 0-1 West Chester 1-3 West Georgia 1-0 Western Carolina 1-0 Western Kentucky 1-1 West Liberty State 3-3 West Virginia State 4-0 Western Maryland 2-0 Wingate 4-4 Winthrop 0-1 ** Results from 1984-present

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last played 2012 2001 1990 2004 2010 2012 1999 2011 2008 2003 1991 1999 2004 2006 2012 2012 1999 2011 1994 2009 2005 2005 2004 2011 2010 2009 2009 1997 2012 1989 2007 2010 2007 2003 2001 2005 2004 1984 1986 2012 2002 2012 1994 2004 1999 2000 1985 2012 2008 2004 2004 1990 2004 2009

result W, 8-5 W, 10-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-2 W, 11-0 L, 2-7 W, 4-1 W, 3-0 W, 12-1 W, 11-2 L, 4-7 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 W, 5-4 W, 10-2 W, 11-0 W, 6-3 W, 7-0 L, 0-12 L, 0-4 L, 8-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 L, 2-4 W, 3-2 L, 2-12 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 9-8 L, 0-1 W, 7-3 W, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 4-1 L, 1-6 L, 3-2 W, 11-4 L, 1-4 L, 7-10 W, 3-0 W, 18-0 L, 3-5 T, 9-9 W, 3-2 L, 4-5 L, 1-3 W, 8-4 W, 11-10 W, 4-1 W, 5-0 W, 12-0 W, 7-3 W, 8-2 L, 1-7

aLL-time series records

Opponent series Liberty 27-23 Limestone 9-4 Lincoln Memorial 1-1 Long Island 1-0 LIU-Southampton 1-0 Lock Haven 4-3 Long Beach State 0-1 Louisburg JC 1-0 Louisville 0-2 Lynchburg 10-3 Mansfield 2-2 Marist 2-0 Mars Hill 1-0 Marshall 0-2 Maryland 1-2 Mary Washington 21-6 Methodist 1-1 Miami (Ohio) 0-2 Michigan 0-1 Michigan State 1-0 Montana State-Billings 0-1 Morehead State 1-2 Mount Olive 11-11 Mountain State 5-0 NC Central 2-0 NC State 0-2 Norfolk State 17-0 North Carolina 0-7 North Carolina A&T 1-0 North Carolina Wesleyan 10-2 Newberry 3-2 New Mexico State 0-1 North Dakota State 1-0 North Florida 0-4 Northwestern 0-1 Notre Dame 1-0 Oakland 2-0 Ohio 3-2 Ohio State 0-1 Oklahoma-Panhandle 1-0 Oregon 0-3 UNC Pembroke 3-0 Penn State 2-1 Pfeiffer 17-5 Pittsburgh 0-1 Pittsburgh State 0-1 Portland State 0-1 Presbyterian 7-3 Providence 3-0 Purdue 0-1 Queens 11-10 Quinnipiac 8-0 Radford 13-23 Roanoke 3-0 Saint Joseph's 0-1 Salisbury State 1-1 San Diego 1-1 San Diego State 0-2


LONGWOOD UNIVERSITY


With a legacy of learning dating back more than 170 years, Longwood University has developed a meaningful learning environment that extends far beyond the classroom. Founded in 1839 as the Farmville Female Seminary Association, the school was a pioneer first in private and later in public education. The state of Virginia acquired the school in 1884 and renamed it as the Normal School, the first state institution of higher learning for women in Virginia. Over the years, the school expanded its curricula and had a succession of names, becoming Longwood College in 1949 and fully coeducational in 1976. On April 24, 2002, history was again made at Longwood when Gov. Mark Warner signed legislation that designated Longwood as a university, effective July 1, 2002.

Under the leadership of Interim President Marge Connelly, Longwood is committed to developing citizen leaders and provides a meaningful learning environment. Students get an excellent grounding in theory then translate their newly acquired knowledge into action by doing research, internships, fieldwork and community service. Recognizing the value of experiential learning, Longwood is one of the few universities in the country to require all students to complete an internship or similar learning experience before graduation. Additionally, Longwood was the first institution in Virginia to require that every freshman have a laptop computer. Technology is integrated throughout the learning process—an essential element for preparing the leaders of tomorrow.

The Greenwood Library supports Longwood’s mission of developing citizen leaders through a comprehensive array of services and resources. It is a learning-centered environment that fosters intellectual exchange, scholarly communication, cultural enrichment, lifelong information literacy and creative expression. In addition, the library provides more than 343,000 titles, 8,000 DVDs, 5,100 CDs, 900 print journal subscriptions, and 160 electronic databases with access to more than 51,000 full-text electronic journals. The library also provides integrated technology for information retrieval from libraries throughout the world. This state-of-the-art facility is named in honor of Longwood’s 22nd president, Dr. Janet Daly Greenwood who served from 1981 to 1987.

Longwood University also has a tremendous economic and cultural impact on Farmville and the surrounding communities. A study conducted by the Longwood Small Business Development Center estimates that university employees, students and visitors spent more than $90 million in 2007—with 66 percent of that amount being spent in Farmville and the eight surrounding counties.

The Longwood campus, located in the heart of historic Farmville, Va., provides excellent facilities while reflecting the charm, beauty and character associated with its long heritage. The campus community was enhanced with the opening of Brock Commons, a beautiful pedestrian promenade that provides a central focal point for the Longwood campus while eliminating traffic congestion and safety hazards. Fountains, walkways, outdoor sculpture and beautiful landscaping contribute to Brock Commons, creating a parklike atmosphere for students, faculty, staff and the public. Longwood’s signature building, Ruffner Hall, was rededicated on April 23, 2005, and replicates the university’s most beloved building and its beautiful rotunda, dating to the 1880s, which burned on April 24, 2001, while undergoing a $12 million renovation. The original eight paintings on the interior of the rotunda dome, created in 1905 by the Italian-born artist Eugene D. Monfalcone of Richmond, have been returned to the dome following an extensive restoration that was under way prior to the fire. The historic Joan of Arc statue, known affectionately as “Joanie on the Stony,” was also restored recently and returned to its place of honor on the main floor beneath the rotunda. The larger-than-life sculpture is a reproduction of the famous 1870 original created by French sculptor Henri-MichelAntoine Chapu. The statue was a gift of the Class of 1914 and symbolizes Joan of Arc as the patron saint of Longwood. Ruffner Hall was reconstructed in the classic style based on the original blueprints and drawings from the state archives in Richmond.

The 83,143-square-foot building houses 22 classrooms, four academic departments, the offices of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the deans of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies and the Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences, named for benefactors Dr. John R. Cook (Class of 1952) and Dr. Waverly M. Cole.

Between Ruffner Hall and Blackwell Hall, a sunlit hallway forms the Cole Gallery, which features a collection of more than 500 pieces of 19th-century Bohemian glass, Meissen porcelain and English pottery donated to the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts by Dr. Cole. Standing guard over this rare collection of decorative arts, with her sword held high, is the recently renovated equestrian statue of Joan of Arc, or “Joanie on the Pony,” by Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington. Adjoining the Cole Gallery is Blackwell Hall, opened in 1920 as the campus dining hall. This historic facility, which survived the Great Fire of 2001, was named in the mid-1970s in memory of Dr. Herbert R. Blackwell, professor of English and dean of the college. Today, following a recent renovation and conversion, Blackwell Hall has a new role providing space for social, cultural and educational events for the campus and community. Along with Blackwell Hall, the extensive renovation included the adjacent Virginia and Prince Edward meeting rooms.

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The legacy that began in 1839 continues today as Longwood University offers more than 100 majors, minors and concentrations to more than 4,800 students. Given its historical roots, Longwood University enjoys an enviable reputation for teacher preparation. But the excellence has expanded throughout the university with strong programs in the liberal arts and sciences, business, and professional and pre-professional programs. Today the coeducational, comprehensive state university comprises four separate colleges: the Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and Economics, the College of Education and Human Services and the College of Graduate and Professional Studies. The graduate college offers programs in education, communication sciences and disorders, English and sociology, as well as an MBA degree.

Longwood provides a range of business services to the region and state through the Longwood Small Business Development Center, while the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts serves as an important and innovative study center and cultural resource for the Commonwealth of Virginia.


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The Chichester Science Center opened Dec. 6, 2005. The 70,822square-foot facility includes 23 classrooms and laboratories, 47 faculty offices and additional research space for both undergraduate and graduate research projects. The building, which was named in 2007 in honor of John H. and Karen Williams Chichester (Class of 1974), features a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled environment with safety ventilation systems and hazardous materials safeguards, as well as a high-tech infrastructure for classrooms, laboratories and distance-learning facilities. A greenhouse and herbarium, housing the world’s largest collection of Virginia plant specimens, are located on the roof. More recently, a multifaceted Health and Fitness Center opened in August 2007. Located on Main Street adjacent to Frazer Residence Hall, the 74,683-square-foot, 2-1/2-story facility features a wide range of amenities including an indoor track, basketball and racquetball courts, a climbing wall, workout rooms, juice bar, and the latest weight, exercise and training equipment. The building received a Gold Certification Rating in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) from the U.S. Green Building Council. One of the more popular buildings on campus is the two-story, 60,000-square-foot Dorrill Dining Hall located on Brock Commons across from the Lankford Student Union. Named in honor of Dr. William Franklin Dorrill, Longwood’s 23rd president, this multipurpose facility with its curved, colonnaded portico overlooking Iler Field was the first on campus to utilize geothermal heating and cooling. The flexible interior design provides space for banquets, meetings and special events along with a Grand Dining Room seating 500 and an arcade seating an additional 700.

In fall 2009, the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre opened a new era for one of Longwood’s fastest-growing programs. The three-story, 41,983-square-foot building is home to the Department of Communication Studies and Theatre and Longwood Theatre productions, and is situated between the south end of Bedford Hall and Franklin Street across from the Hull Education Center. The new building features a highly flexible 174-seat “black box” theater, in which the seats and stage can be moved around. A studio theater, of about 80 seats and also flexible, will be used for student productions. There is also a scene shop, a costume shop and a drafting lab. The center also houses the Jack Blanton Gallery, which features more than 160 of the 230 pieces of artwork donated by Jack Blanton to the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts.

Nearly 1,000 students reside in three campus-managed apartment communities: Longwood Landings at Mid-Town Square, Longwood Village and Lancer Village. Some of the amenities and features of the apartments are private bedrooms (some with private baths), full kitchens (most with dishwashers), washer-dryer units, large living areas, high-speed Internet and cable television. Two of the three communities have fitness rooms, and one has a swimming pool and a game room. On campus, Wheeler and Cox Halls recently reopened following complete renovations. These residence halls now include elevators, air conditioning, bathrooms with ceramic tile and new fixtures, contemporary study rooms with modern amenities, and common areas with outside terraces.

Longwood Landings at Mid-Town Square, which opened in August 2006, is a residential village that includes four four-story buildings with the top three floors dedicated to student housing and the ground floor devoted to leased retail space. Longwood students occupy 96 four-bedroom and 24 single-room apartments. Retailers include Barnes & Noble, which operates Longwood’s bookstore and includes a Starbucks Café, and a Chick-fil-A and Moe’s Southwest Grill operated by Longwood Dining Services (ARAMARK). Willett Hall, named for former Longwood President Henry I. Willett Jr., is a health, physical education and recreation complex located on Brock Commons. It has a gymnasium with 1,807 seats; a

complete weight-training laboratory; a 25-meter pool with a 1meter board, underwater lighting and observation window; a 350seat natatorium; a modern dance studio with a floating floor and staging capacity; and one of the state’s best-equipped laboratories for the study of human performance as it relates to exercise, sports, health and the arts. A 3,000-square-foot addition to Willett Hall houses a sports medicine/rehabilitation facility for the health, recreation and kinesiology programs. Not far from campus students can enjoy the facilities at Longwood Estate, which features a complex of athletic fields for field hockey, lacrosse and soccer, along with a nine-hole golf course. The president’s home, Longwood House, is situated on the estate.

Longwood University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS: 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033; 404-6794500) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Other accreditations include the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the Virginia State Board of Education, the National Association of Schools of Theatre and the National Association of Schools of Music. Specific program endorsements include the undergraduate social work program that is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education; the undergraduate therapeutic recreation program that is accredited by the National Recreation and Park Association; the athletic training program that is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CCATE); and the undergraduate and graduate business administration programs that are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB- International). For the 14th straight year, Longwood University is ranked among the best in the 2012 U.S. News & World Report survey. The new USN&WR “America’s Best Colleges” report, released in September 2011, ranks Longwood 10th in the category “Top Public Universities-Master’s” in the South. Among all Southern Universities-Master’s (public and private) Longwood remains within the top tier at No. 29. Additionally, Longwood is one of only 135 schools in the Southeast selected as a “Best in the Southeast” in the Princeton Review’s 2012 Best Colleges: Region by Region listings. The Princeton Review also named Longwood one of the nation's “Best Value” colleges and universities, including Longwood as one of 75 public institutions to be featured in its book, "The Best Value Colleges: 2012 Edition." And, for the third year, Longwood University is included as one of the 650 best colleges in the United States in the Forbes 2012 list of America’s Best Colleges.

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THE FARMVILLE AREA Longwood University is located in historic Farmville, Virginia -65 miles west of Richmond, 48 miles east of Lynchburg, and 60 miles south of Charlottesville -- the Heart of Virginia. The Town of Farmville has a population of approximately 6,800. The Farmville Area is comprised of the town of Farmville, along with the counties of Prince Edward and Cumberland. This area serves as a retail hub and commercial activity center for eight counties of Southside Virginia and has a service market of more than 100,000 people. Education is a dominant factor in the area, with three outstanding colleges offering educational and training opportunities. In addition to Longwood, HampdenSydney College and Southside Virginia Community College are located in the area.

The Farmville Area has a diversified economy with strong manufacturing, trade, service, and agricultural sectors. Manufacturing activity centers around natural resources, textiles, and a variety of industrial and consumer goods.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA The Commonwealth of Virginia is one of the original 13 colonies. Named for the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I of England, Virginia was England’s first successful overseas colony and the site of the first permanent English settlement in America. West Virginia was part of Virginia until 1863.

Civilian and military employment, mostly with the federal government, is an essential part of the Virginia economy. The Pentagon, which houses the Department of Defense, is located in Virginia and is the leading federal employer in the northern part of the state. There are also important military bases in Virginia, particularly the massive complex of army, navy, and air force bases in the vicinity of Norfolk.

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe, all Virginians, were founding fathers of the United States and were among the first five U.S. presidents. Virginia is also the birthplace of U.S. presidents William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, and Woodrow Wilson.

Besides Virginia, three other states - Kentucky, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania - use the term commonwealth as part of their official names. The delegates to the convention in Williamsburg, when the first Constitution of Virginia was adopted on June 29, 1776, used commonwealth as the name for the new form of government. It is very likely they had in mind the Puritans’ rebellion against the Crown in England more than 100 years earlier.

Virginia’s rich political heritage helped shape the democratic principles on which the United States was founded. Virginia played an important role in the American Revolution (17751783), and it entered the Union as the 10th of the original 13 states on June 25, 1788. During the American Civil War (18611865) the state’s capital, Richmond, was also capital of the Confederacy. The state has long been nicknamed Old Dominion.

Virginia is the 35th largest state in the United States, bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, on the north and east by Maryland and the District of Columbia, on the west by West Virginia and Kentucky, and on the south by Tennessee and North Carolina.

According to the 2010 national census, Virginia’s population was 8,001,024, ranking it 12th among the states. Virginia Beach (435,619) is one of the most popular resort destinations on the East Coast, as well as Virginia’s largest city. Richmond (192,913) is the state capital and a center of banking and insurance, and of both retail and wholesale trade. The Naval Base at Norfolk (229,112) and the Naval Shipyard at Portsmouth (101,377) employ thousands of civilians and military personnel. Hampton (145,017) is important for its aviation activities such as Langley Air Force Base and a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) facility. In Newport News (178,281) is a shipyard that builds naval ships, including aircraft carriers. Alexandria (136,974) is part of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Lynchburg (67,720) is the site of light industries. Roanoke (91,552) is the largest city in western Virginia.

Average January temperatures range from less than 32°F in the west to more than 42°F in southeastern Virginia. Average July temperatures range from more than 78°F in the southeast to less than 68°F in the western mountains. Total precipitation ranges from about 35 to more than 50 inches. Snowfalls are moderate, except in the mountain regions.

Pennsylvania and Massachusetts also chose to be called commonwealths after independence from Great Britain. The other 10 former colonies took the name “state,” the term used in the Declaration of Independence. Kentucky was once part of Virginia. When Kentuckians joined the Union as the 15th state in 1792, it also kept the name commonwealth. Source(s): Farmville Area Chamber of Commerce; Commonwealth of Virginia (via Encarta Encyclopedia, MSN Learning & Research); Virginia Tourism Corporation

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The Town of Farmville is also home to the annual Heart of Virginia Festival (first Saturday in May) and many historical sites, including Appomattox Courthouse and Sailors Creek Battlefield. These points of interest make the Farmville Area a very attractive place to be. Located in and near town are churches, hotels, motels, a country club, a municipal airport, and a community hospital. Many additional points of interest are within a short distance of the Farmville area.


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INTERIM PRESIDENT MARGE CONNELLY

Marge Connelly, a longtime Virginia resident and financial services executive, began her responsibilities as Longwood University’s top leader on June 1, 2012. As Longwood’s interim president, Connelly provides direction at the highest level in areas including strategic planning, financial operations, fundraising, and government and community relations. She also works to build and strengthen relationships between Longwood and its key constituencies, including alumni; donors; current students and their parents; board members; and leaders in government, business and education. A former member and rector of Longwood’s Board of Visitors, Connelly brings substantial knowledge of the university to her new position. Prior to becoming Longwood’s interim president, Connelly worked as a financial services executive at Barclaycard, Wachovia Securities and Capital One Financial Services. Most recently, she spent 2-1/2 years living in London and working for Barclaycard as the global chief operating officer, responsible for all operations and technology supporting Barclaycard’s business activities throughout the UK, Europe and the United States.

Prior to her time at Barclaycard, Connelly was chief operating officer for Wachovia Securities, the third-largest retail brokerage firm in the U.S. (now Wells Fargo Advisors), where she oversaw the firm’s information technology and operations management and served on the Executive Committee. In that role, she orchestrated the complete transformation of the company’s operations and led integration efforts that enabled acquisitions resulting in a growth rate in excess of 30 percent.

Before joining Wachovia Securities, Connelly was an executive vice president for Capital One Financial Services, where she managed much of the company’s operations and technology, and worked on identifying and cultivating relationships with other business, government and community leaders. During her tenure with Capital One, she was instrumental in building the infrastructure and culture to enable the company’s growth from 5 million customers in 1994 to approximately 50 million customers in 2005. She was a member of Capital One Senior Management Team and also served as the company’s coCIO for two years. Connelly has served on a number of boards both locally and nationally that emphasize healthcare, economic development and education. She was a member of the Executive Advisory Council for the University of Richmond’s Business School, the Virginia Commonwealth University Business School Foundation Board, and also chaired the Greater Richmond Partnership. She received an honorary doctorate from Virginia Union University and currently serves on the board of The Women’s Initiative in Charlottesville, Va.

She was appointed by former governors Warner and Kaine to the Council on Virginia’s Future and chaired the Virginia Workforce Council. In addition, she was a member of the CJW Medical Center Board of Trustees and Venture Richmond Executive Committee. She has also served as chair of the Central Virginia Food Bank, and served on the Executive Committees of the Greater Richmond YMCA and the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond. Connelly has been a member of the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce, the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, the National Better Business Bureau, the Executive Committee of Richmond Renaissance, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation Board and the Richmond Region 2007 Advisory Council. She also was involved with numerous fi-

nancial services industry groups, participating on several committees, including the Operations Committee of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA), the Depository Trust Clearing Corporation (DTCC) and the Executive Advisory Committees of both Visa and Visa International.

She has received numerous accolades for her business and civic contributions, including being named by Equality Virginia as one of 20 Outstanding Virginians in 2009, receiving the 2007 Public Service Award from the VCU Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs and being honored as one of the “Professionals Who Made a Difference” by Longwood University. She was named one of the most influential women by Richmond Magazine in 2006, one of the area’s most influential leaders by Style Magazine in 2004 and 2005 and “Woman of the Year in business” by the YWCA in 2003. She also was named a “Top 100 IT Leader” by CIO Magazine, one of the “Hottest CIO’s” by Future Banker and one of the “50 most powerful GLBT people” in the UK. Connelly has appeared on C-Span and been cited in several magazines, including Business Week and Fast Company. She also has appeared at some of the most prestigious business conferences, speaking on women and leadership, the Internet, customer service, business ethics, diversity and a number of other topics. Connelly grew up in the small community of Horseheads, N.Y., and has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Delaware. She lives with her partner, Julie Christopher, in Keswick, Va., and has two grown children.

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Executive Assistant to the President for Governmental Affairs and Special Projects Ms. Brenda L. Atkins Vice President of Facilities Management and Real Property Mr. Richard W. Bratcher Vice President for Administration and Finance Mr. P. Kenneth Copeland, Jr

Special Assistant to the President and Director of Events and Ceremonies Ms. Diane Easter Vice President of Information and Instructional Technology Services Dr. Frank X. Moore III Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Kenneth B. Perkins Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Tim J. Pierson

Vice President for University Advancement Dr. Bryan K. Rowland Dean, College of Business and Economics Dr. Paul T. Barrett Dean of Admissions Ms. Sallie McMullin

Dean, College of Graduate and Professional Studies Dr. Jeannine Rajewski Perry Dean, Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Charles D. Ross

Dean, College of Education and Human Services Dr. Wayne K. Wright

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Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police Mr. Robert Beach


DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS TROY AUSTIN

Troy Austin is in his eighth year at Longwood University during 2012-13, and his fifth full year as Director of Athletics following his appointment on April 22, 2008. He previously served as the interim AD from August 2006 to April 2008. Austin's efforts during his tenure were essential to Longwood gaining Big South Conference membership.

Austin served in a critical role as Longwood completed the final year of its NCAA Division I Reclassification during 2006-07. He represented the department during a three-day visit to campus in September 2006 by a four-member Peer-Review Team as well as an NCAA Representative during the Division I Certification Self-Study and Evaluation process. Austin coordinated the compilation of information for the school’s annual Athletics Report and Updated Strategic Plan that year as well.

Austin has supervised 14 intercollegiate athletics programs and respective coaching staffs, and an administrative support staff over the past six academic years. He has administered an annual budget of over $8 million, while developing and implementing marketing strategies to brand the department. Austin has overseen facility capital upgrade projects for basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, field hockey and women’s lacrosse. Prior to his appointment as interim AD, he had been the director of development for intercollegiate athletics at Longwood from October 2005 to August 2006, assisting with the department’s external relations efforts, including the direction of the Lancer Club and its executive council.

Austin was the director of program development and marketing relations for the National Football League Coaches Association (NFLCA) from 2003-05. At the NFLCA, he directed the development and marketing of NFLCA programs, properties, and special events. In this capacity, Austin sought marketing partners for the NFLCA, and negotiated marketing opportunities for NFL assistant and head coaches. In addition, he oversaw the membership benefits program for the 750 active and retired NFL coaches, facilitated sponsorships with corporate partners, and served as a liaison between NFLCA and marketing partners among many other duties and responsibilities.

While pursuing his post-graduate degree at VCU (2002-03), Austin served an internship within VCU Athletics Marketing and Promotions where he contributed to the development of promotional efforts for creating and maintaining fan interest while assisting with marketing efforts to attain new sponsors. Prior to his time at VCU, he served an internship within Duke University Athletics as the Life Skills Coordinator where he directed the nationally renowned educational program, ‘Verizon Read with the Blue Devils’, for elementary school children.

A native of Orange, New Jersey, Austin earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology, along with a certificate in markets & management from Duke where he was a four-year football letterman. A team captain as a senior, he earned the William J. Griffith Service Award and was named the team’s Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman. Austin earned his Master of Science degree in sports leadership from the VCU Center for Sports Leadership.

Longwood University President Dr. Patricia P. Cormier received a letter from The NCAA dated July 11, 2007 stating that the organization’s Division I Management Council Administrative Committee, acting on behalf of the Division I Management Council, had approved the recommendation from the Division I Management Council Membership Subcommittee to transfer Longwood to Division I active membership as of September 1, 2007. The Lancers competed during 2007-08 as one of three new members of NCAA Division I. KEY DATES TO NCAA DIVISION I STATUS

November 12, 2002: President Cormier informs NCAA of intent to reclassify to Division I August 2003: NCAA approves move into first year of reclassification

September 1, 2004: Full compliance with all Division I legislation and membership requirements

September 2004: Men’s Golf and Women’s Lacrosse accepted into Multidivisional Reclassification September 2005: Longwood begins its Division I Certification Self-Study

May 15, 2006: Longwood submits its Division I Certification Self-Study Report to the NCAA September 15-16, 2006: Men’s Golf competes in school’s first official Division I event at Rutgers September 25-27, 2006: NCAA Peer-Review Team visits campus to conduct certification evaluation

April 9, 2007: NCAA approves Longwood Self-Study process as successfully completed

May 2007: Men’s Golf earns invitation and competes in school’s first NCAA Division I post-season competition July 11, 2007: NCAA approves Longwood for Division I active membership during 2007-08 September 1, 2007: Longwood begins competition as officially-certified Division I member

January 23, 2012: Longwood invited to join the Big South Conference following a vote by the Big South Council of Chief Executive Officers July 1, 2012: Longwood becomes the 12th member of the Big South Conference

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Austin, one of the youngest Division I athletics directors in the nation (34), was appointed to and served a three-year term (2009-12) on the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association (ADA) Executive Committee, and was re-appointed to a second three-year term (2012-15). He spearheaded the creation and development of A Blueprint for Success, a five-year (2009-14) Strategic Plan for Longwood University Athletics. Austin oversees an intercollegiate athletics department where the overall undergraduate cumulative grade point average is 3.0 among 200-plus student-athletes. He served on the selection committee for the appointment of retired Brigadier General Patrick Finnegan who served as Longwood University's 25th president from 2010-12.

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ASSOCIATE AD FOR STUDENT-ATHLETE ENHANCEMENT / SWA MICHELLE MEADOWS

Michelle Meadows is in her eighth year at Longwood University during 2012-13, and was promoted to her new position of Associate Athletic Director in February 2009, after serving as Assistant Athletic Director from July 2005. She was also appointed as the Department’s Senior Woman Administrator in July 2007. Prior to Longwood, Meadows was the Assistant Compliance Director (2003-05) at Virginia Commonwealth University where she earned her Master of Science from the Center for Sports Leadership in 2003.

As Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Enhancement, Meadows’ supervises and directs the Compliance, Academic Services, and Life Skills programs for student-athletes. Meadows was instrumental upon her arrival in 2005 in enhancing the department’s NCAA compliance program with a focus on education and monitoring that was vital to Longwood’s reclassification and certification as a Division I program in 2007. During the early stages of her tenure, her vision led the creation and development of an Academic Services Department in October 2006 providing resources to student-athletes for their athletic, academic, career and personal pursuits. In February 2009, her role was expanded to include actively directing the academic services program as part of the Student-Athlete Enhancement Department.

Under Meadows’ direction, the department has experienced its’ highest academic achievements as a Division I program with the implementation of the Academic Game Plan Program and Lancer Legacy Speaker Series, improvements to tutoring and peer mentoring resources, and the development of an academic learning facility for student-athletes. In the spring semester of 2012, the Athletic Department observed its highest academic success to date with a 3.04 cumulative GPA and four consecutive semesters above the 3.0 GPA mark.

A Richmond native, Meadows graduated summa cum laude from Virginia Tech in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science degree in human nutrition, foods, and exercise. She was a four-year starter in softball for the Hokies and a three-time Academic All-American, the first student-athlete to do so at Virginia Tech at that time. She was named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year and Atlantic 10 Softball Student-Athlete of the Year in her senior season. She was the recipient of a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Award and was honored by Virginia Tech with the Skelton Award for Academic Excellence in Athletics at the conclusion of her career. On October 22, 2010, Meadows was inducted into the Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame for her contributions as a Virginia Tech student-athlete. Meadows is also a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and serves as faculty advisor for Chi Alpha Campus Ministries at Longwood University.

ASSOCIATE AD FOR INTERNAL OPERATIONS BILL IRISH

Bill Irish is in his fourth year at Longwood University during 2012-13, beginning employment May 25, 2009, and serves as a member of the department’s senior management team. Prior to Longwood, he worked for The Thomas James Company, an event management, operations, and marketing consulting group in Atlanta, following an appointment as director of operations for the 2008 NCAA Division II Spring Championships Festival in Houston. Irish previously had been a vice-president of programming operations and scheduling for FOX Sports South/SportSouth Networks from 1995-2008.

Irish handles the department budget management along with oversight of travel procedures, athletic facilities, athletics laundry services, and team sport supervision for field hockey, men’s and women’s golf, as well as men’s and women’s tennis. He serves as the department’s liaison with the Budget Office, Accounting and Financial Reporting, the Longwood Foundation, Facilities and Material Management, Human Resources, and Information Technology Services, and serves on both the Longwood Campus Impact and the Safety/Emergency Management Committees as well. At FSN South/SportSouth, Irish’s vast and varied duties included selection of seasonal schedules for professional and collegiate teams and conferences, input and upkeep of the monthly schedules, territorial switching reports as mandated by professional and collegiate contracts, and served as the contract administrator and network contact for ACC Live and SEC-TV programming packages. He was involved in negotiation and administration of all regionally-developed programming agreements and underwritten regional network programming, worked directly with the controller and the executive producer on the annual programming budget, and was the format administrator for the network his last five years, working with ad sales and production to create the most effective formats for the networks.

In addition, Irish worked for the Turner Sports-managed and operated SportSouth Network as both director of programming (199295) and program manager (1990-92), and for Pacific Sports Network (1989-90) as program manager. He served as the assistant executive director for operations and event management at the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl (1988-89), was the director of athletic marketing, travel, radio & TV at Rice University (1985-88) and was the athletic business manager at Rice (1984-85) as well. Irish was also the director of community relations/group ticket sales manager/broadcasting, and merchandising manager for the Houston Gamblers (1983-85) of the now-defunct United States Football League. A native of Houston, Irish earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in industrial psychology from the University of St. Thomas in Houston. His wife, Teresa, is a native of Front Royal and serves as the executive assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Longwood.

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ASSOCIATE AD FOR MEDIA RELATIONS GREG PROUTY

Greg Prouty is in his 20th year at Longwood University during 2012-13, and his 16th year overseeing athletics media relations and sports information while serving as a member of the department’s senior management team. He was promoted to associate athletics director in February 2009, serving as the sport supervisor for women's soccer as well as men's and women's cross country, after previously being named an assistant athletics director in October 2004.

Prouty coordinates all publicity and promotion for the 14-sport intercollegiate athletics program and its student-athletes, including administration of the athletics website while overseeing the daily operation of the office. His direct sport responsibilities include men’s basketball, baseball, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s cross country. He was recently appointed to a three-year term (201215) on the Big South Conference Hall of Fame Committee.

Prouty has served as media coordinator at four NCAA Division II Soccer Championships, including the 2002 and 2003 men’s and women’s national championships that were co-hosted by the City of Virginia Beach and Longwood. He has served as the assistant media coordinator for five NCAA Division II Softball Championships (2002, 2001, 1999, 1997, 1995) in Salem, Virginia -- championships that were co-hosted by the City of Salem and Longwood. Additionally, Prouty served as the official scorer at the 1999 softball championship. He was elected and served as chairperson of the Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference (CVAC) sports information directors from February 1999 until August 2000, and has previously coordinated selections for three All-State (VaSID) and All-Region (DAKTRONICS) teams (1994-2004). Prouty currently coordinates the VaSID AllState University Division men’s basketball team as well as the Division I Independent men’s basketball team. He serves on the selection committee for VaSID's 'Rich Murray Journalism Scholarship' as well.

A native of Norwich, Ohio, Prouty earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations with an option in sports information from Eastern Kentucky University in December 1988. He completed a one-year internship at ABC affiliate WTVQTV in Lexington, Ky., and then worked with the Indianapolis Colts during the 1989 NFL season as a public relations intern. Prouty and his wife Paula, a 1985 Longwood graduate, have a daughter, Megan Leigh (14).

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR MEDIA RELATIONS ASHLEY ROBBINS

Ashley Robbins is in her first year at Longwood University during 2012-13, beginning employment on July 10, 2012. She will assist with the daily operation of the office, while also serving as the primary liaison for five of the school’s NCAA Division I teams, including field hockey, men’s soccer, women’s basketball, softball and women’s lacrosse. Robbins comes to the Lancers following the completion of a 10-month apprenticeship at Boston College, where she was responsible for four Eagles’ sports. At Boston College, Robbins worked with the

Prior to Boston College, Robbins spent four years in the Syracuse University Athletic Communications Department. In 2009, she was named an undergraduate sports information director for the school’s cross country, track and field and softball programs, and in 2011, she traveled to the BIG EAST Women’s Basketball Tournament as an assistant SID. Other highlights for Robbins at SU include being part of the media coordination team for the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball East Regional and a featured writer in the game program for a 2008 NBA exhibition between Phoenix and Denver at the Carrier Dome.

In addition to her collegiate experience with Syracuse and Boston College, Robbins has worked in a communications role with professional organizations such as the New England Revolution and the Boston Bruins during their 2011 Stanley Cup campaign. She also spent time with the Bay State Games, the state games of Massachusetts, where she implemented the use of StatCrew software for the maintenance of statistics during the Summer Games. A native of Leominster, Massachusetts, Robbins graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in sport management and a minor in public communications studies. Robbins and her fiancé, Travis, reside in Farmville.

ATHLETICS VIDEO COORDINATOR GARY MAIORANO

Gary Maiorano is in his first year at Longwood University during 2012-13, beginning employment on August 6, 2012. He will be responsible for coordinating the production, integration, and distribution of all multimedia entities used with athletics and athletics venues. Maiorano served 22-plus years at Syracuse University in various video and electronic media communication roles, most recently as assistant director for electronic media communications from 1995-2011.

Maiorano helped to promote a positive image of Syracuse University and its programs through his award-winning video presentations for mass media, special events and the internet. He supervised day-to-day operations of the high definition (HD) video unit that included staffing, purchasing & budget, office coordination, planning and client retention.

Maiorano has direct experience in sports television as well, serving as an independent contractor for The Media Group from 1987-2007. He worked as a producer, director or replay operator for various clients, including ESPN, Carrier Dome TV and Kodak. Maiorano designed and oversaw the installation of the control room and production elements for Carrier Dome TV, the video board system for Syracuse’s football, basketball and lacrosse teams.

Maiorano was a sports producer at Syracuse Cablesystems from 1981-87 while responsible for the administration and production of the Syracuse University Sports Television Network. The innovative series was syndicated to several regional sports networks for commercial distribution to 20 million homes. A native of Syracuse, New York, Maiorano earned his Bachelor of Science degree in television management from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse. Among his professional honors are the National Academy of Cable Programming’s ACE Award for Outstanding Sports Series Production, the Council for Advancement & Support of Education’s Gold Medal for documentary production, and the National Telly Award for biography production. He and his wife, Maureen, reside near Keysville.

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Prouty was the assistant sports information director at Longwood from 199195 before serving two years (1995-97) as the sports information director at Lynchburg College. He is a member of both the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) and the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID), and has served previous stints with CoSIDA’s charity, ethics, publications contest, and publications awards publicity committees. Prouty has served on the MVP Sports Media Training Advisory Board since April 2010. He has received six citations of excellence from CoSIDA for publications, including two 'Best in the Nation' awards, and a 'Third in the Nation' award for the 2001-02 men's basketball media guide.

school’s nationally-ranked field hockey and women’s lacrosse programs along with rowing and swimming and diving. She assisted with football and women’s basketball game-day media relations and operations, while also helping coordinate the communications efforts for the 2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball East Regional hosted by BC this past March at the TD Garden in Boston.


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Jenna Page, Assistant AD Sports Medicine

Eric Stroller, Assistant AD Marketing

Scott Bacon, Assistant AD Athletics Development

Dr. Consuelo Alvarez Faculty Athletics Representative

Stuart Smith Special Assistant to the AD

Alex Ricker-Gilbert, Director Complience

Maya Ozery, Advisor Academic Services

Bryan Cornn, Manager Athletics Business Operations

Kayla Miller, Manager Game Operations & Events

David Bennett, Manager Athletics Fields

John Hark, Director Strength and Conditioning

Josh Beard Associate Head Athletic Trainer

Megan Miller, Head Coach Cheerleading

Jon Atkinson, Head Coach Men’s Soccer

Buddy Bolding, Head Coach Baseball

Kevin Fillman, Head Coach Men’s Golf

Jakob Gustafsson, Head Coach Men’s and Women’s Tennis

Catherine Hanson, Head Coach Men’s and Women’s Cross Country

Iain Byers, Head Coach Field Hockey

Todd Dyer, Head Coach Women’s Soccer

Elaine Jones, Head Coach Women’s Lacrosse

Bill Reinson, Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Kathy Riley, Head Coach Softball

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Ali Wright, Head Coach Women’s Golf


Jon Benick, Assistant Baseball

Dan Benick, Assistant Baseball

Adria Crawford, Assistant Women’s Basketball

Todd Faxon, Assistant Women’s Lacrosse

Tim Fudd, Assistant Men’s Basketball

Brian McCullough, Assistant Baseball

Richard Morris, Assistant Men’s and Women’s Corss Country

Wanisha Smith, Assistant Women’s Basketball

Jennifer Steele, Assistant Softball

Casey Wharton, Assistant Men’s and Women’s Tennis

Sarah Williams, Assistant Women’s Basketball

Ricky Yahn, Assistant Men’s Basketball

Rick Canter, Assistant Strength and Conditioning

Kameron Carter, Assistant Women’s Golf

Doug Thibault, Assistant Men’s Basketball

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Kyle Cook, Assistant Athletic Training

Missy Woodie, Assistant Field Hockey

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Whitney Curtis, Assistant Marketing

Chris Deneault, Assistant Athletic Training

Carly Fullerton, Assistant Athletic Training

Johnny Coleman Men’s Basketball Operations

Kenny Nelson, Assistant Athletics Field Technician

Skip Spain Public Address Announcer

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Eduardo de Souza, Associate Head Coach, Men’s Soccer


What is the Lancer Club?

The Lancer Club is the fundraising arm for Longwood University Athletics. It is the medium through which alumni, parents, friends, faculty and businesses can provide vital financial support to the student-athletes, which comprise the 14 Intercollegiate Athletic programs at Longwood.

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How is my gift used?

• Student-athlete scholarships – the student-athletes are the heart and soul of the Athletic Department. While the number of scholarships awarded to Lancer student-athletes has more than doubled in the last ten years, there is still a long way to go. We need your help to meet the scholarship funding challenge. • Academic excellence • Team traveling expenses • Athletic resources and equipment • And much more...

Lancer Club Membership Levels & Benefits Tax Deduction Lancer Club Auto Decal

Lindsey Ottavio ‘13 Member of Longwood Women’s Soccer Team “Playing Division I soccer has always been a dream of mine and Longwood has made that dream come true. I am very thankful for the opportunity and support that the Lancer Club has provided for me. Their contributions help all Lancer student-athletes perform at our best.” Mark Montgomery Former Member of Longwood Baseball Team; Current Member of New York Yankees’ Farm System “I’d like to thank everyone who supports Longwood Athletics. My experience as a student-athlete was tremendous and I know it was because of the support I received from not only my coaches and teammates, but also from all the people who contributed to the Lancer Club.”

Lancer ($25-$99)

Bronze Lancer ($100-$249)

Silver Lancer ($250-$499)

Gold Lancer ($500-$1,249)

Platinum Lancer ($1,250-$2,499)

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All-American Lancer ($2,500-$4,999)

Hall of Fame Lancer ($5,000+)

The Lance Newsletter

Hospitality Room Pass - Basketball Lancer Club Magnet Elwood Bobblehead

Lancer Club Merchandise

Invitation to VIP Athletic Events

Lancer Club Premium Apparel Tickets to Lancer Hall of Fame (2) Tickets to LABC (2)

*Gifts to the Lancer Club and/or Longwood University totaling $1,250+ will qualify you as a President’s Circle member, entitling you to such benefits. For more information on the Lancer Club, including the many ways you can make a gift, please visit the Lancer Club link at www.longwoodlancers.com. You can also contact Scott Bacon at 434.395.2081 or via e-mail at lancerclub@longwood.edu

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FEBRUARY

2013 schedULe

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North Carolina Central (DH) ST. FRANCIS (DH) BUCKNELL @ STONY BROOK @ STONY BROOK @ BUCKNELL @

Durham, NC Farmville, VA Farmville, VA Farmville, VA Farmville, VA Farmville, VA

2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m.

1 1 2 2 3 5 6 8 9 9 10 10 14 16 17 19 20 23 24 27

Boston College # FairďŹ eld # Louisville # Syracuse # Penn State # Winthrop* (DH) Winthrop* George Mason $ Cornell $ George Mason $ Cornell $ Monmouth $ Virginia (DH) Charleston Southern* (DH) Charleston Southern* COASTAL CAROLINA* (DH) COASTAL CAROLINA* GARDNER-WEBB* (DH) GARDNER-WEBB* RADFORD*

Orlando, FL Orlando, FL Orlando, FL Orlando, FL Orlando, FL Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill, SC Fairfax, VA Fairfax, VA Fairfax, VA Fairfax, VA Fairfax, VA Charlottesville, VA Charleston, SC Charleston, SC Farmville, VA Farmville, VA Farmville, VA Farmville, VA Farmville, VA

1:15 p.m. 5:45 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

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Elon (DH) Norfolk State (DH) LIBERTY* Radford* (DH) Liberty* (DH) Virginia Tech (DH) Florida (DH) Florida PRESBYTERIAN* (DH) PRESBYTERIAN*

Elon, NC Norfolk, VA Farmville, VA Radford, VA Lynchburg, VA Blacksburg, VA Gainesville, FL Gainesville, FL Farmville, VA Farmville, VA

4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m.

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Campbell* (DH) Campbell*

Buies Creek, NC Buies Creek, NC

4:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

MARCH

APRIL

MAY

All Times Eastern Home Games in ALL CAPS * Big South Conference Game @ Longwood Spring Classic # Disney Citrus Classic $ George Mason Invitational

2013 Longwood Softball Guide  

2013 Longwood University Softball Digital Team Guide

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