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FRESNO STATE soFtBall

2013 SCHEDULE........................................................................................................................................TEAM ROSTER 2013 FRESNO STATE SOFTBALL SCHEDULE FEBRUARY 8-10 8

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CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE AT SANTA BARBARA TOURNAMENT VS. MISSOURI VS. SAN DIEGO VS. UC SANTA BARBARA VS. MISSOURI VS. SAN DIEGO CSU BAKERSFIELD AT SANTA CLARA TOURNAMENT VS. SAN JOSE STATE VS. SANTA CLARA VS. CSU NORTHRIDGE VS. ST. MARY’S VS. IDAHO STATE

FRESNO, CALIF.

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SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.

FRESNO, CALIF. SANTA CLARA, CALIF.

AT SAN DIEGO STATE CLASSIC VS. BYU VS. UCLA VS. UTAH STATE VS. LONG BEACH STATE VS. SAN DIEGO

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AT CAPITAL CLASSIC VS. KANSAS VS. TEXAS STATE VS. SACRAMENTO STATE VS. ST. MARY’S

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AT UNLV* AT CSU BAKERSFIELD BOISE STATE* AT COLORADO STATE* AT SAN DIEGO STATE*

LAS VEGAS, NEV. BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. FRESNO, CALIF. FT. COLLINS, COLO SAN DIEGO, CALIF.

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NEW MEXICO* AT LONG BEACH STATE (DH) NCAA REGIONALS NCAA SUPER REGIONALS NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

FRESNO, CALIF. LONG BEACH, CALIF. TBA TBA OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.

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DH-DOUBLE HEADER

So. - LHP/OF - 5-8 - R/L - Lompoc, Calif. (Arizona)

KAPRI ANGOTTI #1 Jr. - OF - 5-10 - L/R - Clovis, Calif. (Fresno City)

STESHA BRAZIL #32 Jr. - C/IF - 5-10 - R/R - Turlock, Calif. (Houston)

JILL COMPTON #8

Fr. - RHP - 5-8 - R/R - Oceano, Calif. (Arroyo Grande)

KIMBERLY FISHER #23

TAYLOR GREEN #24

DESTINEE’ LEVESQUE #14

VONNIE MARTIN #42

Jr. - C - 5-5 - R/R - Fresno, Calif. (Fresno City)

So. - C/IF - 5-7 - R/L - Chino Hills, Calif. (Ruben S. Ayala)

PAIGE GUMZ #35 Fr. - C - 5-8 - R/R - Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills)

HANNAH HARRIS #15 Fr. - RHP - 5-7 - L/R - Santa Barbara, Calif. (Dos Pueblos)

BRIA KENNEDY #9

Fr. - OF - 5-1 - L/R - Hanford, Calif. (Hanford West)

TAYLOR LANGDON #7

Fr. - RHP/UTL - 5-6 - R/R - Glendora, Calif. (Glendora)

So. - RHP/UT - 5-9 - R/R - Sparks. Nev. (Edward C Reed)

Jr. - IF - 5-5 - R/R - Plano, Texas (Plano)

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KELLEE MEGEE #3 So. - IF - 5-11 - R/R - Riverside, Calif. (Martin Luther King)

MACKENZIE MENDONCA #6 Sr. - OF - 5-6 - R/R - Tulare, Calif. (College of the Sequoias)

BRENNA MOSS #5 So. - OF - 5-7 - L/R - Bakersfield, Calif. (North)

CAITLIN NEAL #28 So. - C - 5-7 - R/R - Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill)

BROOKE ORTIZ #10 Jr. - IF - 5-7 - L/R - Lodi, Calif. (Lodi)

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DIANE RUNGE #13 Sr. - OF - 5-2 - L/R - Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS)

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MARIA SIO #40

So. - IF - 5-7 - R/R - Lake Forest, Calif. (Laguna Hills HS)

WHITNEY SMITH #12 Fr. - IF - 5-9 - R/R - Auburn, Calif. (Del Oro)

MICHELLE SOLOMON #21 Fr. - IF/OF - 5-6 - R/R - Beaumont, Calif. (Redlands HS)

TRISHA FORD Head Coach

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*MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE (3-GAME SERIES)

KILEY SHAE ALDRIDGE #11

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FRESNO STATE CLASSIC VS. IOWA STATE VS. OREGON VS. OREGON STATE VS. CAL VS. ST. MARY’S

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COMPETITIVE FACILITIES FReSnO State aQuaticS centeR

the Ricchiuti acaDemic centeR

BeiDen FielD

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BullDOg StaDium

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The Fresno State Aquatics Center, constructed in 2011, is one of the premier aquatics venues within central California. The facility features a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, 1 meter and 3 meter diving platforms, a warming whirlpool for divers, a dryland practice area, a 44 foot by 60 foot pool for kinesiology classes, in addition to offices and a conference room for the swimming staff.

Fresno State’s Pete Beiden Field is one of the premier college ballparks in the country and home to the 2008 College World Series Champion Bulldogs. The facility was built in 1966 and redesigned in 1983. It features 3,575 theater-style seats, a spacious press box, locker rooms, new restrooms and concession stands, offices for the coaching staff, indoor and outdoor batting cages and six mounds inside two bullpens.

Bulldog Stadium has established itself as one of the most difficult places to win for visiting teams. One of the premier stadiums in the Mountain West, Bulldog Stadium seats 41,031 fans and features 22 sky suites. In 2004, Bulldog Stadium was voted one of the 25 best college football stadiums by CBSSportsline.com.

BullDOg DiamOnD

The Ricchiuti Academic Center, benefiting all student-athletes, provides study tables, tutorial and computer labs, plus office suites for the academic advisors and compliance personnel. One of the newest additions to the Fresno State athletics complex, this facility is a cornerstone where student-athletes can be served and is a focal point of the new Student-Athlete Village, a part of Fresno State’s master facility plan.

The $100 million plus facility opened in November 2003 with a seating capacity of 15,596. It contains 32 private suites, a club level concourse, team locker rooms and athletics training facilities. With its size, scope, unique architectural features and state-of-the-art video, sound and telecom systems, the center will serve as the major provider of entertainment and home of Bulldog men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs.

The 10,000 square-foot weight room facility houses a host of free weights, as well as, a variety of modern fitness equipment. The spacious room is equipped with 25,000 pounds of Olympic weights. A long list of Bulldog athletes have been voted as a National Strength and Conditioning Association All-Americans. The strength and conditioning program at Fresno State is ergonomically designed for the greatest efficiency and safety.

Regarded as one of the finest softball facilities in the country, Bulldog Diamond boasts a seating capacity of 3,288. The stadium features 1,688 permanent seat-back chairs that include 388 box seats, a beautiful grass berm that surrounds the outfield fence, sunken dugouts, lights, concessions stands, restrooms, practice areas, indoor and outdoor batting cages and one of the most spacious press boxes in all of college softball.

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FReSnO gOlF cOuRSeS

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With the wide array of golf courses in close proximity to the Fresno State campus, Bulldog golfers have the opportunity to refine their skills at some of California’s finest clubs. San Joaquin CC hosted the NCAA Championship final, WAC Championships and U.S. Mid-Amateur; Sunnyside CC hosted the 1981 U.S. Junior Amateur and California State Junior Championship; and Fort Washington CC hosted two PGA Tour qualifiers. The official practice course is Riverbend Golf Club.

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The Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center is one of the premier facilities in the west and has become a key fixture in the recent success of the Bulldog men’s and women’s tennis teams. Host to numerous NCAA and conference postseason tournaments, the Wathen Center boasts approximately 400 luxury chair-back seats atop the platform that face the complex’s six main courts, making for easy viewing of all six courts.

The Student Horse Center, located on the Fresno State campus, is the site of all Fresno State equestrian home shows. The facility features 20 stalls in a main barn and an additional 20 in an adjacent pipe barn. All horse-related activities sponsored by the department are held at the horse center, which also features two adjacent large arenas and bleacher and burm seating for fans, as well as a permanent scoreboard.

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Home to the men’s and women’s track and field programs, Warmerdam Field has been playing host to Fresno State home meets since 1976. The nine-lane, 400-meter oncampus facility is named after Cornelius “Dutch” Warmerdam, the former Fresno State head coach and world record holder in the pole vault. It has served as the host for the Fresno Relays, Cal-Nevada Championships and numerous conference championship events.

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CAPITAL PROJECTS

planneD FutuRe lOcatiOn OF SOcceR & lacROSSe StaDium

FReSnO State SOcceR & lacROSSe StaDium

FReSnO State aQuaticS centeR The Fresno State Aquatics Center, constructed in 2011, is one of the premier aquatics venues within central California. The facility features a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, 1 meter and 3 meter diving platforms, a warming whirlpool for divers, a dryland practice area, a 44 foot by 60 foot pool for Kinesiology classes, in addition to offices and a conference room for the swimming staff.

FReSnO State SOcceR & lacROSSe FielD The Fresno State Soccer & Lacrosse Field was established in 2009 with the installation of fencing and landscaping around the perimeter of the venue. A permanent scoreboard, sound system, along with spectator seating is scheduled for installation in the fall of 2011, with a permanent pressbox,

BullDOg StaDium FielDtuRF pROJect

additional fixed seating and other amenities planned for installation in the following seasons. The playing surface is a hybrid Bermuda grass blend.

BullDOg StaDium FielDtuRF pROJect Fresno State student-athletes will be playing on the very best in turf technology with the installation of the FieldTurf Revolution system at Bulldog Stadium. FieldTurf’s Revolution

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fiber technology is the result of innovative science, engineering and technology that will provide FieldTurf customers with a soft, strong monofilament fiber with extraordinary durability and longevity.

With a consistent surface for year-round

use, the new addition to Bulldog Stadium demonstrated the university’s and community’s commitment to safety and sustainability as the Bulldogs compete as one of the nation’s elite programs.

meyeRS Family SpORtS meDicine centeR The Sports Medicine Center will be a 10,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that is designed to enhance the health

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and welfare of all Bulldog student-athletes. This unique and essential facility will allow for preventative medicine, nutritional counseling, physician examination, injury treatment, on-site x-ray and rehabilitation services, and

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State sports medicine staff and physicians group. The Sports Medicine Center will serve as the third cornerstone of Fresno State’s “Student-Athlete Village,” designed to

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provide Bulldog student-athletes with a single and secure facility intended to assist their well-being, development, and achievement. No single facility will have a more positive effect on the daily physical well-being and lives of Bulldog studentathletes.

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sufficient office and counseling space to support the Fresno

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CAMPUS

WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE? We’re a campus that treasures scholarship and creative thinking. Our Our Campaign for Fresno State has raised $178 million and counting, Smittcamp Family Honors College is one of the most comprehensive, 6.providing private support for student scholarships and program 1. full-scholarship academic honors programs at any university in California. assistance in every school and college on campus. Only the best students from across California can meet the rigorous intellectual and creative requirements for the college.

Fresno State operates the only commercial winery at any university in the country. The Fresno State Winery has won many of the industry’s 2. most prized awards.

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Fresno State is home to the $100 million Save Mart Center. A second phase of the project added a center for business innovation and a student recreational center.

Fresno State is the California campus most associated with the Sierra Nevada. Students can leave the campus and in one hour can be 7. skiing or hiking at 7,000 feet in Kings Canyon or Sequoia National parks. Yosemite National Park is just under two hours away.

Research is booming at Fresno State, where faculty are attracting a growing amount of support for studies ranging from how to use new 8. technologies to improve the skills of K-12 teachers, to groundbreaking experiments in cell genetics and vulcanology. Fresno State has 13 endowed chairs that support top-flight research and teaching.

Fresno State boasts some of the best sports programs for both women and men in California. Our booster group, the vaunted “Red 4. Research is booming at Fresno State, where faculty are attracting a Wave,” is one of the largest in the country. growing amount of support for studies ranging from how to use new 9. technologies to improve the skills of K-12 teachers, to groundbreaking The complete spectrum of education is represented on campus – experiments in cell genetics and vulcanology. Fresno State has 13 from a nationally ranked preschool to doctoral work. The campus is endowed chairs that support top-flight research and teaching. 5. home to University High School, a charter school which has been ranked 36th among 18,000 public high schools by U.S. News & World Report. Community service is a campus hallmark, and each year 14,000 We proudly continue today as one of California’s top campuses for the 10.students, faculty and staff volunteer more than 1 million hours of preparation of new teachers. service for the good of the region. The economic impact of their efforts is an estimated $26 million, measured by national philanthropic standards.

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• Theresa Alvillar-Speake, Director of the Office of Minority Economic Impact, Dept. of Energy • Marvin Baxter, Justice, California Supreme Court • Lee P. Brown, former Mayor of Houston, former New York Police Commissioner • Cruz Bustamante, former California Lieutenant Governor • Joy Covey, Former Chief Strategy Officer, Amazon.com • Sid Craig, CEO, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of Jenny Craig, Inc. • Brigadier General Jon Gallinetti, Assistant Wing Commander, US Marines • Kenny Guinn, former Governor of Nevada • Colonel Rick Husband, Mission Commander, Shuttle Columbia, 2003 • Sam Iacobellis, CEO, Rockwell International (retired), lead developer of B1 bomber • Bill Jones, former California Secretary of State • Col. Steven Nagel, NASA Astronaut • Paul O’Neill, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, CEO of Alcoa Corporation

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STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES The goal of the Fresno State Student-Athlete Services (SAS) Office is to help student-athletes successfully manage academic responsibilities and complete their baccalaureate degrees while they maintain athletic eligibility.

WhO We aRe anD WhO We SeRVe

The SAS staff includes a director, professional academics advisors, a learning specialist, graduate interns and tutors in a variety of subject areas. Each staff member is trained to deal with the special needs of student-athletes and works with all prospective, current and former student-athletes. Each student-athlete is assigned an academic advisor who works with that individual throughout his or her collegiate career.

acaDemic aSSiStance

SAS provides academic assistance through the following specialized services: – Academic advising for declared and undeclared majors – Monitoring class selection, course load, attendance, and progress – Study hall, tutorial assistance, and computer access and support – Classes on academic success strategies for new student-athletes – Individual counseling and referral services for student-athletes with learning disabilities, study skills deficits, career uncertainties and personal concerns – Encouragement toward involvement in community activities such as Red Ribbon Week and the Little Heroes Program with Children’s Hospital of Central California

liFe SkillS DeVelOpment

The CHAMPS program is designed to help student-athletes learn life management principles, develop lifelong learning and leadership skills and continue a pattern of personal and interpersonal growth. Throughout their enrollment at Fresno State, student-athletes are provided services which help them identify and achieve their educational, career, personal and athletic goals. Included in the CHAMPS program is a three-unit class for freshmen called University 1. The class provides an orientation to campus resources and teaches effective study skills in a number of areas including time management, note taking, reading comprehension, memory skills and test taking. Life skills development topics include nutrition, sports and drugs, career exploration and goal setting.

ACADEMIC SUCCESS

acaDemic cOunSeling anD enRichment pROgRam (ace)

The ACE Program is designed to meet the special academic needs of studentathletes with more specific learning challenges. Coordinated by the department’s Learning Assistance Specialist, participants in the program are provided with specialized tutorial assistance and study skills development in addition to weekly accountability meetings, workshops on various life skills issues, assistance with accommodations and personal counseling or referral when necessary.

SummeR SchOOl aSSiStance

FRESNO STATE STUDENT-ATHLETE PRESIDENT’S MEDAL WINNERS

SAS administers the summer session scholarship program, which allows our student-athletes the opportunity to take additional courses toward graduation and accelerate their degree completion.

pOSt-eligiBility pROgRamS

Student-Athlete Services also oversees the Post-Eligibility Scholarship program designed to assist student-athletes who have completed their athletic eligibility in reaching their graduation goal. Scholarship awards are given to those who have been on athletic aid, are in good academic standing and are within 30 units of completing their degrees.

night OF champiOnS BanQuet

Fresno State’s Night of Champions highlights the successes of the athletes from the previous season both on the field and in the classroom. Team champions, individual champions, and various academic award honorees all earned recognition in a night truly meant for champions.

FReSnO State’S acaDemic all-ameRicanS 1985 Barbara Cambria, SB, 2nd Team Rita Walker, SB, HM 1987 Wendy Martell, WBB, 3rd Team 1988 Carie Dever, SB, 3rd Team 1990 Terry Carpenter, SB, 3rd Team Simone Cesh, T&F, 3rd Team Carie Dever, SB, 3rd Team 1991 Terry Carpenter, SB, 1st Team

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2001 Liesl Fichbauer, WTN, 1st Team Lindsay Fossatti, SB, 3rd Team Becky Witt, SB, 1st Team

keVin cOOpeR, 2006

2004 Jamie Southern, SB, 3rd Team 2005 Jamie Southern, SB, 2nd Team 2006 Jamie Farley, TR, 3rd Team

1994 *Tommy Minor, BB, 1st Team

2007 Robin Mackin, SB, 2nd Team

1995 David Kramer, Soccer, 1st Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 2nd Team

2008 Steve Susdorf, BB, 2nd Team

1996 John Barrington, Golf, 1st Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 2nd Team

2009 Melanie Gloria, WTN, 3rd Team Andrew Jackson, FB, 1st Team Robert Malone, FB 2nd Team

1997 Dora Djilianova,WTN, 2nd Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 1st Team

2010 Katie Lee, S occer, 2nd Team Vince Pascoe, FB, 2nd Team Anastasia Petukhova WTN, 2nd Team

1999 *Dora Djilianova, WTN, 1st Team Melissa Price, T&F, 1st Team Amanda Scott, SB, 2nd Team

DORa DJilianOVa, 2000

2003 Nino Rivas, Soccer, 2nd Team

1993 Jason Gray, Soccer, 1st Team Tommy Minor, BB , 1st Team

1998 Dora Djilianova, WTN, 2nd Team Joe Gerber, BB, 2nd Team Derrick Mitchell, T&F, 1st Team

DeRRick mitchell, 1998

2002 Lindsay Fossatti, SB, 1st Team

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2011 Cecilia Agraz, VB, 3rd Team Kendall VanDine, Soccer, 3rd Team *Academic All-American of the Year

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1992 Jason Gray, Soccer, 2nd Team Philip Romero, BB, 3rd Team

2000 Amanda Scott, SB, 1st Team Payton Williams, FB, 2nd Team Becky Witt, SB, 3rd Team

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A WINNING PROGRAM

paul geORge

10th OVeRall pick in the 2010 nBa DRaFt

thRee-time Wac cOmmiSSiOneR’S cup champiOnS

2007-2008 | 2008-2009 | 2011-12

WinningeSt athletic DepaRtment in the cOnFeRence

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1998 SOFtBall natiOnal champiOnS

unitaS WinneR & nO. 1 OVeRall pick in the 2002 nFl DRaFt

2012 Wac tOuRnament champiOnS

2012 Wac cOnFeRence & tOuRnament champiOnS

2008 BaSeBall natiOnal champiOnS

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meagan mckee nick Watney

thRee-time all ameRican & pga tOuR WinneR

2012 tWO-time inDOOR Wac champiOn

2010 Wac tOuRnament champiOnS

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2010 Wac champiOn

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With well over a decade of national excellence that includes a NCAA Softball Championship title, 12 trips to the NCAA Women’s College World Series, 30 consecutive NCAA regional appearances and 21 conference championship titles, Fresno State softball has set a precedent on the collegiate ranks. Fresno State, which has been a four-time NCAA national runner-up and is the only school to have appeared in every NCAA tournament, showcased a new home for its softball program in 1996. Regarded as one of the finest in the country, the Bulldogs play in a stadium like no other on the collegiate ranks as the 16year old facility boasts a seating capacity of 3,288 and a home field record of 408-83 (.831) since 1996. The stadium was singled out in the summer of 2000 by the American Institute of Architect San Joaquin for its “excellence in design and execution.” The $3.2 million softball stadium features 1,688 permanent seat-back chairs that include 388 box seats, sunken dugouts, lights, concessions stands, restrooms, practice areas, enclosed batting cages, press box with telephone lines as well as a scoreboard. Completely fenced in, Bulldog Diamond is 205 feet down the lines and 220 feet to center field. Bulldog Softball, home to the country’s overall largest fan following since 1987, has amassed an outstanding winning percentage of .736 (1,526-547-1) in its 34-year history while hosting 21 of the 30 NCAA regional championships since 1982. With the NCAA officially keeping total and average attendance marks since 1991, Fresno State has led the country in average attendance in 13 of the last 21 seasons (unofficially in 18 of last 26) while being tops in the nation in total attendance in 10 of the last 21 seasons (unofficially in 15 of last 26). The reward has been an astonishing 779-176-1 (.816) overall home field record in 34 years. Setting Top 25 single-date records at the “new” Bulldog Diamond in 12 of the last 16 years, Fresno State has drawn more than 540,000 (541,196) while averaging more than 1,800 (1,835) per home date (295). Three times in the last 16 years the Bulldogs have broken their own NCAA record in total attendance for a regular-season. In 1999, Fresno State drew its largest single-season attendance with 55,746 fans in 26 dates for an average of 2,144. The 1997 Bulldogs broke their own NCAA records in total and average attendance that they set the previous year as Fresno State drew 51,133 fans for an average of 2,557 (20 dates). In 1996, the ‘Dogs totaled 34,224 fans for an average of 2,139 (16 dates). Fresno State owns three of the top 10 NCAA all-time largest regular-season softball crowds, including most in a single-date with 5,724 versus Arizona (March 14, 2000) and 5,427 versus UCLA (February 24, 1996). The Bulldogs have set the NCAA single-date regular season record five times (1993, 3,517; 1989, 3,357; 1988, 2,583; 1996, 5,427; 2000, 5,724) while averaging at least 1,000 fans per single-date in a single-season 22 of the last 23 years. “We have built something that is a testament to our commitment toward women and girls in the sport,” said head coach Margie Wright, who is the NCAA’s all-time winningest softball coach and the first NCAA Division I softball coach to ever post 1,400 Division I wins. “The university has honored its former players while welcoming generations to come with this premier softball stadium.” With a history of demanding nothing short of excellence, Fresno State has rewarded its loyal fans with 13 USA Softball Olympians, one Puerto Rico Softball Olympian, one Greece Softball Olympian, one Canada Olympian, 55 All-Americans, 18 Academic All-Americans, 109 all-region and 166 all-conference picks.

NCAA SINGLE-DATE, REGULAR-SEASON

5,724 - Fresno State vs. Arizona, Bulldog Diamond, Fresno, Calif., March 14, 2000

BULLDOG DIAMOND ATTENDANCE

Single Date YEAR ATTEND. DATES HIGH AVERAGE

TOP 10 BULLDOG DIAMOND CROWDS

2012 22,930 2011 19,563 2010 21,405 2009 21,821 2008 29,917 2007 29,668 2006 22,302 2005 37,581 2004 29,450 2003 37,604 2002 31,842 2001 34,151 2000 49,568 1999 55,746 1998 35,220 1997 51,133 1996 34,224 1995 14,027 1994 16,008 1993 14,812 1992 13,962 1991 16,799 1990 19,946 1989 18,751 1988 14,937 1987 7,474 1986 5,860 1985 6,277 1984 3,472 1983 4,532 1982 3,464

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2,371 1,146 2,621 1,222 2,526 1,338 2,341 1,284 2,275 1,496 2,223 1,483 1,747 1,239 2,825 1,789 3,024 1,840 2,561 1,880 3,038 1,990 3,623 2,134 5,724 2,360 4,316 2,144 3,179 2,201 5,167 2,557 5,427 2,139 1,652 1,002 1,958 1,001 3,517 1,347 1,305 873 1,475 1,050 1,428 1,050 3,357 1,042 2,583 786 1,214 498 947 533 637 299 754 226 878 378 724 247

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DATE OPPONENT 3-14-2000 Arizona 2-24-1996 UCLA 2-8-1997 UCLA 4-7-1997 Arizona 4-17-1999 San Jose State 4-8-2000 Portland State 4-12-1997 San Jose State 3-7-1999 UCLA 4-21-2001 Loyola Marymount

RESULTS L/L L/W W/W W/W W/W W/W W/W L W/W

SCORE ATTENDANCE 0-2, 1-3 *5,724 1-4, 5-4 *5,427 4-2, 4-3 5,167 5-2, 6-5 4,707 4-1, 4-1 4,316 1-0, 10-2 3,981 10-5, 2-0 3,886 1-2 3,646 6-3, 2-0 3,623

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A CROWN JEWEL LIKE NO OTHER Since the “New” Bulldog Diamond was unveiled in 1996, fans have flocked to the new facility to watch the Fresno State Bulldogs play in a major-league style softball stadium like no other on any university or college campus. As a result, the new facility has drawn more than 540,000 fans and has averaged more than 1,800 per home date in the last 16 years.

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BEFORE THE 2010 SEASON, FRESNO STATE ADDED A NEW SOFTBALL INDOOR BATTING FACILITY. THE INDOOR CAGES ARE LOCATED JUST WEST OF THE THIRD BASE DUGOUT OF BULLDOG DIAMOND.

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1996..............34,224*.................. 16................................ 2,139 1997..............51,133*.................. 20................................ 2,557 1998..............35,220................... 16................................ 2,201 1999..............55,746*.................. 26................................ 2,144 2000..............49,568................... 21................................ 2,360 2001..............34,151................... 16................................ 2,134 2002..............31,842................... 16................................ 1,990 2003..............37,604................... 20................................ 1,880 2004..............29,450................... 16................................ 1,840 2005..............37,581................... 21................................ 1,789 2006..............22,303................... 18................................ 1,239 2007..............29,668................... 20................................ 1,483 2008..............29,917................... 20................................ 1,496 2009..............21,821................... 17................................ 1,284 2010..............21,405................... 16................................ 1,338 2011..............19,563................... 16................................ 1,222 2012..............22,930................... 20................................ 1,146

TOTAL..............541,196....................295................................. 1,835

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ALUMNI TESTIMONIALS

CARIE DEVER BOAZ There was something special, almost magical about being a softball player at Fresno State. Everywhere you

NINA LINDENBERG

went on campus students and faculty knew who you

were and wanted to talk about the upcoming season

For three years, the standard set was to train hard to perform when it counts. We shocked

and games. Our fan base was amazing we were always

critics entering the 1998 NCAA College World Series as the No. 7 seeded beating the No.

standing room only and 90% of the time when we went

2 Nebraska, No. 3 Michigan, and No. 4 Washington. Ultimately, the underdogs beat the

on the road we had more fans in the stands than our

“Invincible” No. 1 Arizona Wildcats with a 1-0 victory and a career end at bat I’ll never forget.

opponents. Many of these fans became like family to

We worked hard, trusted ourselves, honored and respected the game and became the 1998

me and I still keep in touch, I consider them lifelong

NCAA National Champions. If you “BELIEVE IN YOURSELF AND YOUR TEAM ANYTHING

friends.

IS POSSIBLE”.

SHELLY STOKES VAN HOUWELINGEN My experience at Fresno State as a student and an athlete was

one of the best times in my life. I came in totally unprepared for

what was about to take place with school & softball. After settling in with my classes, I then was able to start to get a handle on the

high demand of practice every day. I soon was making friends and come to find out, friends for life. When looking back I realized

that having the structure of school and softball made it an easy

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top of your homework, go to practice and travel for your sport you can do anything you put your mind to. The discipline needed to do

both at a top level only gave me the best advantages as I headed into my career and USA Softball.

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A WINNING TRADITION NATIONAL TITLE:

The 1998 Fresno State softball team defeated Arizona 1-0 in the NCAA championship game of the NCAA Women’s College World Series on May 25 to earn Fresno State’s first national team championship by any sport. Capping their season off with a No. 1 national ranking, the Bulldogs accomplished what no other Bulldog athletic team had done – bring home a NCAA Division I championship title to the university. With five NCAA championship game appearances, four Bulldogs were named to the 1998 NCAA All-College World Series team in Laura Berg, Angela Cervantez, Nina Lindenberg and Amanda Scott, who was honored as the Most Valuable Player of the 1998 NCAA Women’s College World Series.

NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES:

Fresno State has appeared in 12 of the 30 NCAA Women’s College World Series. The Bulldogs have been a national runner-up four times (1990, ‘89, ‘88, ‘82), finished third three times (1997, ‘92 and ‘91) and tied for fifth four times (1999, ‘94, ‘87 and ‘84).

ALL-AMERICANS:

Fresno State softball boasts 55 NCAA All-Americans since 1982 and 18 Academic All-Americans since 1985. Five of the most successful Bulldogs to ever don the Bulldog Red and Blue are four-time first team All-America pitcher/outfielder and National Pro Fastpitch World Series MVP Amanda Scott (1997-2000), four-time All-America outfielder and three-time USA Softball Olympic gold medalist Laura Berg (1994-95, 1997-98), three-time AllAmerica pitcher Terry Carpenter (1989-92) and four-time All-Americans in pitcher/utility Jamie Southern (200205) and outfielder Robyn Yorke (1994-1997). Carpenter was the university’s first-ever student-athlete to capture first team academic All-America accolades while Yorke became the university’s first-ever three-time Academic AllAmerican. Southern, who also was a two-time Academic All-American, concluded her career by ranking in nine of the 11 all-time NCAA Division I pitching categories. Berg, Scott, Southern and Yorke ended their careers as the program’s only four-time NCAA All-Americans. Scott concluded her stellar career as the university’s only four-time First Team All-American -- male or female. In addition, pitcher Carie Dever (1987-1990) was a threetime All-American as well as an academic All-American.

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Winning championships has become routine in the history of Fresno State softball. Fresno State has captured regular-season conference championships 18 of the last 27 years (2009-06-05-04-02-01-00-1999-98-96-92-9190-89-88-87-86-85) while winning a total of 21 conference titles since 1978. In addition, the Western Athletic Conference has hosted seven tournament championships since the Bulldogs have been league members and they have captured three tourney crowns (2009, ‘07, ’99) while being the WAC tournament runner-up three times (2011, ’10, ’06). Fresno State, one of the most stable and consistent teams in the country, is the only school to have appeared in 30 straight NCAA Softball Championships while boasting 12 regional championship crowns. The Bulldogs have had 35 consecutive winning seasons (AIAW & NCAA) and 34 consecutive regional appearances­—30 straight in NCAA showings (1982-2011).

RECORD CROWDS:

Bulldog Diamond, home to the country’s largest fan following since 1987, has officially led the nation in average attendance in 13 of the last 21 seasons (unofficially in 18 of last 26) and in total attendance in 10 of the last 21 seasons (unofficially in 15 of last 26). With an astonishing

NCAA RECORD-SETTING ATTENDANCE:

Four of the most exciting records that Fresno State softball set in school history happened in 1996 as the Bulldogs set four all-time NCAA attendance marks. In 1996, the Bulldogs not only recorded the most fans for a regular-season single-date and single-date overall with 5,427 fans against top-ranked UCLA on February 24, 1996, but Fresno State set a new total attendance record for a single-season with 34,224 fans and a new average attendance for a single-season with 2,139 (16 dates) -shattering the records set by Arizona in 1995 with 25,261 fans for an average of 1,486 in 17 dates. But in 1997, Fresno State would go on to shatter its previous NCAA bests in total and average attendance marks while boasting all three NCAA top five all-time attendance marks. However, the 1999 Bulldogs bested the 1997 single season total with nearly 56,000 fans drawn (55,746) for a new NCAA regular-season attendance mark. And, in 2000, the Bulldogs broke their own NCAA single-date regular-season record when 5,724 fans came through the gates against Arizona on March 14, 2000. Fresno State has set the NCAA single-date regular-season record five different times (1996 with 5,427; ‘93 with 3,517; ‘89 with 3,357; and ‘88 with 2,583) -- all against UCLA -- and once versus Arizona.

Most championships or runner-up finishes in the NCAA Division I Women’s College World Series:

TEAM............................CHAMPION......... RUNNER-UP.......... TOTAL

teams and World Championship squads in addition to USA, Canada, Greek and Puerto Rico National teams. In 1996, Fresno State had six Bulldogs on the USA Olympic gold medal team and one Bulldog who represented Team Puerto Rico at the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Ga. For the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, Fresno State added three more on Team USA, which successfully defended its Olympic title and repeated as Olympic gold medalists in softball. At the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, Fresno State had two Bulldogs represent the United States and bring home gold for the third straight time while one represented Greece. And in the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China, Fresno State had representation from three former Bulldogs (Laura Berg/Lovie Jung, United States; Robin Mackin, Canada) representing their country.

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MORE AWARDS AND ACCOLADES:

Fresno State has had five Honda Awards Program Softball finalists, seven Region Coach of the Year Honors, and 16 Conference Coach of the Year accolades. In addition, four Bulldogs have won NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships and eight players have gone on to play professionally.

NATIONAL RANKINGS:

Fresno State’s softball team has been nationally ranked in the Top 25 polls the last 29 straight seasons (254 of 313 weeks) since the first poll began in 1983. On March 14, 1989, the Bulldogs achieved their first-ever No. 1 national ranking and were ranked No. 1 for two straight weeks in 1997 before finishing as the No. 1 team in the final 1998 USA Today/NFCA Coaches Poll. In 1999, Fresno State opened the year with a No. 1 preseason ranking after winning the national title in 1998. Since March 29, 1988, the ‘Dogs have been the top-ranked team five times, No. 2 spot 35 times, No. 3 slot 32 times, and No. 4 spot 20 times. In addition, the Bulldogs had a streak of 178 consecutive weeks in the nation’s Top 25 and have been in the Top 10 for 154 weeks overall since the NCAA released its very first poll in 1983.

NATIONAL EXPOSURE:

Bulldog softball is no stranger to national or local attention, having appeared on such networks as ESPN, ESPN 2, Sports Channel, Prime Ticket, AT&T Broadband, MediaOne, CBS College Sports, CSTV, Comcast and Continental Cablevision. Having appeared on national television 16 times, Fresno State home games can be heard live on local radio as well as select games being heard live on the internet at www.gobulldogs.com.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL HONORS:

Bulldog softball players have been no stranger to national and international play. The Bulldogs have represented Fresno State on four USA Softball Olympic teams, numerous U.S. Olympic Festival teams, Pan American

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CHAMPIONSHIPS:

779-176-1 (.816) home field record, Fresno State set the all-time NCAA single-date regular-season attendance mark of 5,724 at Bulldog Diamond versus Arizona (March 14, 2000). In 1999, Fresno State drew its largest singleseason attendance with 55,746 fans -- breaking its own NCAA single regular-season attendance record for the third time in five years. The 1997 Bulldogs shattered their own NCAA attendance marks set in 1996 in total (51,133) and average (2,557) after recording a previous total attendance (34,224) and average attendance (2,139). Having hosted 21 of the 30 NCAA Regional championships since 1982, Fresno State is averaging 1,370 per season (701,516 in 512 dates).

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losses in the program’s history for the fourth time. Fresno State posted a 4-1 record in WCWS action and became the first non-Pac-10 team to win the national title since Texas A&M in 1987 after beating the top four seeds in the series (No. 1 Arizona, No. 2 Nebraska, No. 3 Michigan, and No. 4 Washington). The Bulldogs broke Arizona’s 29-game win streak as senior second baseman Nina Lindenberg’s sixth inning home run snapped a string of 52-consecutive scoreless innings by Arizona pitchers. With the run, Fresno State tied its own single-season record in runs (374) that it set the previous year in 69 games. The Bulldogs also broke their own season record in batting average (.340) and fewest fielding errors (58). Sophomore RHP Amanda Scott shut down the Wildcats on three hits and struck out six for her 14th shutout and 25th win. Scott tied three WCWS records in lowest ERA (0.00), fewest earned runs allowed (0), and fewest walks (0). In addition, Fresno State’s team ERA of 0.00 tied for a series best. Four Bulldogs were named to the 1998 NCAA All-College World Series team in senior center fielder Laura Berg, who finished her career ranked No. 1 all-time in career hits at Fresno State and No. 2 all-time in NCAA history, sophomore first baseman Angela Cervantez, Scott, and Lindenberg. It marked the third time in school history that four Bulldogs were selected to an all-series team. In addition, four Bulldogs were named All-Americans in first team selections Berg, Lindenberg, and Scott and freshman outfielder Becky Witt (second team), who also captured WAC Freshman of the Year honors. Fresno State remained the only program to have qualified for each of the 17 NCAA Division 1 Women’s Softball Championships.

In her 13th season as head coach of the Fresno State softball program, Margie Wright directed the Bulldogs to their first national title after being national runner-up three previous times. In addition, Wright became only the third coach in NCAA Division I history to amass 800 or more career wins and ranked second among active coaches by wins. Guiding the Bulldogs to the WCWS in nine of12 seasons, Wright collected her ninth outright or shared conference title, a ninth regional championship crown, and her 13th straight NCAA postseason appearance. Fresno State softball, a nationally renowned program, has been at the forefront of college softball ever since the Bulldogs earned varsity status in 1978.

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Fresno State captured its first national title and gave the university its first NCAA Division I championship crown by any sport on May 25 while capping its season off with a No. 1 national ranking in the final USA Today/NFCA Coaches Top 25 Poll on May 28. From comeback performances to overcoming physical injuries, one thing that stood out above all was the team’s composure and their belief in themselves. Without one another each would have stood alone. With each other’s trust and unspoken bond of human strength and perseverance, a champion was born. The 1998 Fresno State softball team accomplished what no other Bulldog athletic team has done -- bringing home a NCAA championship title to the university and making the city and surrounding communities swell with pride. The stage was set with a 22-player squad and a committed coaching staff. With the fans support and their faith in the Bulldogs, the ultimate dream was achieved in Oklahoma City, Okla., at the Don E. Porter Hall of Fame Stadium. Taking it step-by-step, these Bulldogs captured a Western Athletic Conference title (13th league championship, overall), won their 11 NCAA Regional crown and made history at the 1998 NCAA Women’s College World Series by becoming only the fifth program to win an NCAA title. Making its 17th-straight NCAA Regional appearance and 21st postseason showing overall, Fresno State appeared in its 11th NCAA Women’s College World Series out of 17 postseason championships since 1982. As the No. 7 seed, the Bulldogs captured their first softball national title in their fifth appearance in the NCAA championship game after posting a 1-0 shutout win over No. 1 seed and top-ranked Arizona. With a 7-1 postseason record in 1998, the Bulldogs notched a final record of 52-11 while recording the fewest

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OLYMPIC CONNECTION

Player Country Medal

Fresno State softball has been well represented in the Summer Olympic Games (2008 in Beijing, 2004 in Athens, 2000 in Sydney and 1996 in Atlanta) with 16 former Bulldogs competing with Team USA.

Laura Berg, CF Kim Maher, LF Lisa Mize, RHP Martha Noffsinger-O’Kelley (alt.) Julie Smith, 2B Shelly Stokes, C Margie Wright, Asst. Coach

In 2008, Fresno State had three former Bulldogs on the international stage at the Games in Beijing. Laura Berg, who played on her fourth USA Olympic team, and Jung, who made her second USA Olympic team, captured silver for the United States. Robin Mackin and Team Canada finished fourth at the 2008 games.

Laura Berg, CF Amanda Scott, RHP (alternate) Shelly Stokes, C (alternate)

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2004 Summer Olympic Games XXVIII Olympiad • Athens, Greece

Player Country Medal Laura Berg, OF Lovie Jung, 2B Vanessa Czarnecki, 2B

In 1996, Fresno State had seven Bulldogs represented in the inaugural year of softball as a medal sport. In the sports Olympic debut, USA captured the gold medal and six Bulldogs represented the United States (the most representatives on the USA National team by any college or university) and one Bulldog represented Team Puerto Rico.

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2008 Summer Olympic Games XXIX Olympiad • Beijing, China

Player Country Medal Laura Berg, OF Lovie Jung, IF Robin Mackin, RHP

Wright, who served as the USA assistant coach responsible for the pitchers and catchers, was joined on the 1996 USA Olympic Softball Team by Berg, Kim Maher, Julie Smith, Stokes, and Martha Noffsinger-O’Kelley, while Lisa Mize pitched for the Puerto Rico National Team. Team USA

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Player Country Medal

In 2000, Fresno State again had three Bulldogs on an Olympic team as all three represented the United States of America. Berg had the game-winning hit with a one-out hit to left to lead the USA to a 2-1, 8 inning victory over Japan. As pitcher Amanda Scott and catcher Shelly Stokes served as alternates, Team USA posted a 7-3 Olympic record.

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2000 Summer Olympic Games XXVII Olympiad • Sydney, Australia

In 2004, the USA Women’s National Team won its third and unprecedented Olympic gold medal in the sport of softball. Posting a perfect 9-0 record, the best mark in Olympic play, former Bulldog All-American Laura Berg captured her third straight Olympic gold medal while another former Bulldog All-American Lovie Jung, a two-year player for Fresno State, snagged her first Olympic gold. Still further, former Bulldog Vanessa Czarnecki made history for the host country by playing on the first Greek National Team.

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Fresno State Softball Olympians

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Hannah Harris Michelle Solomon Kimberly Fisher Taylor Green Caitlin Neal Stesha Brazil Paige Gumz Maria Sio Vonnie Martin

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Santa Barbara, Calif. (Dos Pueblos) Beaumont, Calif. (Redlands) Fresno, Calif. (Fresno City) Chino Hills, Calif. (Ruben S. Ayala) Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill) Turlock, Calif. (Houston) Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills) Lake Forest, Calif. (Laguna Hills) Plano, Texas (Plano)

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Name Kiley Shae Aldridge Kapri Angotti Stesha Brazil Jillian Compton Kimberly Fisher Taylor Green Paige Gumz Hannah Harris Bria Kennedy Taylor Langdon Destinee’ Levesque Vonnie Martin Kelly Megee Mackenzie Mendonca Brenna Moss Caitlin Neal Brooke Ortiz Diane Runge Maria Sio Whitney Smith Michelle Solomon

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Hometown (Last School) Lompoc, Calif. (Arizona) Clovis, Calif. (Fresno City) Turlock, Calif. (Houston) Oceano, Calif. (Arroyo Grande) Fresno, Calif. (Fresno City) Chino Hills, Calif. (Ruben S. Ayala) Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills) Santa Barbara, Calif. (Dos Pueblos) Hanford, Calif. (Hanford West) Glendora, Calif. (Glendora) Sparks, Nev. (Edward C. Reed) Plano, Texas (Plano) Riverside, Calif. (Martin Luther King) Tulare, Calif. (College of the Sequoias) Bakersfield, Calif. (North) Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill) Lodi, Calif. (Lodi) Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan) Lake Forest, Calif. (Laguna Hills) Auburn, Calif. (Del Oro) Beaumont, Calif. (Redlands)

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Head Coach: Assistant Coach:

UNIVERSITY

Location.................................................................Fresno, Calif. Founded.............................................................................1911 Enrollment.......................................................................21,389 Nickname.....................................................................Bulldogs Conference.........................................................Mountain West Colors................................................................... Red and Blue President........................................................ Dr. John D. Welty Athletics Director..................................................Thomas Boeh Senior Woman Administrator.............................. Betsy Mosher Facility (Capacity)............................... Bulldog Diamond (3,288) Dimensions..............................205 - right and left; 220 - center Press Box Phone............................................... (559) 278-7450 Ticket Office.................................................... (559) 278-DOGS

COACHES/STAFF

Head Coach........................................................................... Trisha Ford Alma Mater.......................................................St. Mary’s, 1999 School Record (Yrs).................................................1st Season Career Record (Yrs).......................................................... 42-64 Office Phone...................................................... (559) 278-4453 Fax..................................................................... (559) 278-6583 Assistant Coach................................................. Sara Pickering Alma Mater....................................................Washington, 1998 Year......................................................................................First Assistant Coach...................................................... Carly Wynn Alma Mater.................................................. Florida State, 2010 Year......................................................................................First

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FRESNO STATE SOFTBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name 1 Kapri Angotti 3 Kelly Megee 5 Brenna Moss 6 Mackenzie Mendonca 7 Taylor Langdon 8 Jillian Compton 9 Bria Kennedy 10 Brooke Ortiz 11 Kiley Shae Aldridge 12 Whitney Smith 13 Diane Runge 14 Destinee’ Levesque 15 Hannah Harris 21 Michelle Solomon 23 Kimberly Fisher 24 Taylor Green 28 Caitlin Neal 32 Stesha Brazil 35 Paige Gumz 40 Maria Sio 42 Coach: Vonnie Martin Head No. Name

Pos. B/T Ht. OF L/R 5-5 IF R/R 5-11 OF L/R 5-7 OF R/R 5-6 RHP/UTL R/R 5-6 RHP R/R 5-8 OF L/R 5-1 IF L/R 5-7 LHP/OF R/L 5-8 IF R/R 5-9 OF L/R 5-2 RHP R/R 5-9 RHP L/R 5-7 UTL R/R 5-6 C R/R 5-5 C/IF R/L 5-7 C R/R 5-7 C/IF R/R 5-10 C R/R 5-8 IF R/R 5-7 st IF TrishaR/R Ford, 1 5-5 season Pos.

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TEAM INFORMATION

Letterwinners returning/lost................................................13/7 Starters returning/lost............................................................6/4 Newcomers..............................................................................7 2012 Record..................................................................... 36-23 2012 WAC Record/Finish............................................ 13-6/2nd 2012 NCAA Postseason.......................................................N/A 2012 Final USA Today/NFCA Ranking.............................. None 2012 Final ESPN.COM/USA Softball Collegiate Ranking..............None

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C/IF R/R 5-10 Jr. Turlock, Calif. (Houston) RHP R/R 5-8 Fr. Oceano, Calif. (Arroyo Grande) C R/R 5-5 Jr. Fresno, Calif. (Fresno City) st C/IF R/L Ford,5-7 So.(St. Mary’s Chino Hills, Trisha 1 season ’99)Calif. (Ruben S. Ayala) C R/R 5-8 Fr. Chino Hills, Calif. (Chino Hills) Destiee’ Luh-Vesk RHP L/R 5-7 Fr. Santa Barbara, Calif. (DosLevesque.............................. Pueblos) OF L/R 5-1 Fr. Hanford, Calif. (Hanford West) Mackenzie Mendonca............... Men-DOAN-ka RHP/UTL R/R 5-6 Fr. Glendora, Calif. (Glendora) Diane Runge...................................... Run-Gee RHP R/R 5-9 So. Sparks, Nev. (Edward C. Reed) Maria Sio................................................. See-o IF R/R 5-5 Jr. Plano, Texas (Plano) st (Washington ’97)Calif. (Martin Luther King) Sara R/R Pickering,5-11 1 season IF So. Riverside, OF R/R 5-6 Sr. Tulare, Calif. (College of the Sequoias) st OF So. Bakersfield, CarlyL/R Wynn, 1 5-7 season (Florida State, ’10) Calif. (North) C R/R 5-7 So. Pleasanton, Calif. (Foothill) IF L/R 5-7 Jr. Lodi, Calif. (Lodi) OF L/R 5-2 Sr. Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan) IF R/R 5-7 So. Lake Forest, Calif. (Laguna Hills) IF R/R 5-9 Fr. Auburn, Calif. (Del Oro) UTL R/R 5-6 So. Beaumont, Calif. (Redlands)

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Softball Contact.................................................. Theresa Kurtz E-mail...................................................... tkurtz@csufresno.edu Office Phone...................................................... (559) 278-2509 Cell Phone......................................................... (559) 389-1954 Fax..................................................................... (559) 278-4689 Website....................................................www.gobulldogs.com

BROADCAST SCHEDULE Various games throughout the 2013 Fresno State softball season can be heard live on 790 the Deuce, ESPN Radio.

All-time Overall Record/Years.................1,562-570-1 (.732)/35 All-time NCAA D1 Record/Years.............1,478-513-1 (.742)/31 All-time Conference Record/Years................ 624-151 (.805)/35

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All-time MW Record/Years...................................... 0-0 (.000)/1 All-time Home Record/Years......................803-184-1 (.813)/35 Seasons Ranked/Weekly..................................... 29/254 of 313 Consecutive Winning Seasons...............................................35 NCAA Postseason Appearances............................................30 NCAA WCWS Appearances...................................................12 NCAA Top VIII Award Winners..................................................2 NCAA Postgraduate Award Winners........................................4 Honda Awards Softball Finalists..............................................5 Academic All-Americans........................................................18 All-Americans.........................................................................55 All-Region.............................................................................110 All-Conference......................................................................169 Olympians..............................................................................16 Professionals............................................................................8 Conference/Tourney Titles..................................................21/3 NCAA Championship Titles......................................................1 NCAA Runner-up Finishes........................................................4 NCAA Third-Place Finishes......................................................3

PROGRAM TOTALS

11 Kiley Shae AldridgeSOFTBALL LHP/OF R/L 5-8 So. Lompoc, Calif. (Arizona) FRESNO STATE COACHING STAFF 1 Kapri Angotti OF L/R 5-5 Jr. Clovis, Calif. (Fresno City) 32 Stesha Brazil 8 Jillian Compton 23 Kimberly Fisher 24 Coach: Taylor Green Head 35 Paige Gumz 15 Hannah Harris 9 Bria Kennedy 7 Taylor Langdon 14 Destinee’ Levesque 42 Vonnie Martin Assistant Coaches: 3 Kelly Megee 6 Mackenzie Mendonca 5 Brenna Moss 28 Caitlin Neal 10 Brooke Ortiz 13 Diane Runge 40 Maria Sio 12 Whitney Smith 21 Michelle Solomon

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BULLDOGS FOCUS ON NEW ERA IN 2013 2012-13 SEASON PREVIEW The Fresno State softball begins a new era in 2013 with a new coaching staff and a new conference. Trisha Ford was hired as the next head coach of the Bulldog softball program to continue the legacy of the nation’s second-winningest program of all-time. Another change for the Bulldogs this season is their first year as member of the Mountain West Conference.

the season,” Ford said of her outfielders. “There are some players that bring a bit more of an offensive threat to our lineup and some that bring a stronger defensive skill set.”

Among those returning to the outfield are 2012 starters Moss and Michelle Solomon. Moss started 58-of-59 games in center field with a .298 batting average and a conference best 198 at-bats. She was tied Even with changes and new faces, the Bulldog softball program for 13th in the nation with five triples. maintains the same goals of winning conference championships and making a run into the post season. “Brenna Moss is a very skilled outfielder that has all the tools to be a very special player. She is someone that brings stability not only to “We are very excited about playing in the Mountain West and look forward our outfield, but also to our offense,” said Ford. “Michelle Solomon is to the many battles on the diamond,” said Ford of the Bulldogs first another player that carries a big stick. We look forward to her anchoring season in the MW. “The conference brings a high level of competition the middle of our lineup.” that we are preparing hard for.” Solomon made 36 starts as a freshman and hit .229 on the year. She had The Bulldogs demanding and competitive non-conference schedule will 12 of her 22 hits for extra bases with eight doubles and four home runs. prepare them for the conference season. The non-conference match ups, Solomon also scored 16 runs and drove in 18. which include eight teams that appeared in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, Also contending for time in the outfield is seniors Mackenzie Mendonca will test the ‘Dogs early, but help gear up a run for a conference title in and Diane Runge and newcomers Kapri Angotti and Bria Kennedy. 2013.

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Also in the infield looking for a spot in the lineup, the Bulldogs have The Bulldogs return four to the outfield, while two newcomers will returners Martin, Kelly Megee and newcomer Whitney Smith. compete for a spot in the lineup. “We have some depth in the outfield that will be very beneficial throughout

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“We are very young and will look to utilize all our pitchers for this season,” said Ford of the 2013 pitching staff. “There has been great growth this fall with our staff and I expect that to continue. The talent is there, but we will have a large learning curve when it comes to game experience.”

“There are several players that we will utilize throughout the season for some offensive pop,” Ford said of the designated players. “Kelly Megee is someone that we are going to look at early in the season and see what she does with her opportunities. This is a difficult position that takes a lot of mental preparation and focus to be consistently successful at. The young pitching staff will include freshmen Jillian Compton, Hannah Vonnie Martin and Taylor Green are among those players that are DP Harris and Taylor Langdon. possibilities.” Martin was named to the 2012 All-WAC second-team and was selected Compton was named MVP pitcher and Most Outstanding Senior Athlete to the WAC All-Tournament team after hitting three home runs in five in her league in 2012. She pitched two perfect games throughout her games at the tournament. She batted .287 on the year with 20 runs high school career and recorded 764 strikeouts. scored and 19 driven in. Harris was named first-team all-league all four years of high school. She earned first-team All-CIF honors the past three years and was twice Offensively, Green finished the 2012 season 2-for-9 with three RBI and named league MVP. Harris finished her high school career with 645 walks. She made two starts last year as a freshman. strikeouts in 634 innings and 32 shut outs. The Bulldogs open the season with the Fresno State Kick Off Tournament on Feb. 8-10 featuring the Bulldogs, UTEP, UC Riverside, Southern Miss, Also on the mound, the Bulldogs have returner Destinee’ Levesque. She UC Davis and Sacramento State. It is the first of two tournaments the made six relief appearances in the circle in 2012 and drew one start. She `Dogs will host in Bulldog Diamond. posted a 1-0 record on the year and a 5.06 ERA. Levesque finished the year with 12 walks and five strikeouts in 18.0 innings pitched. The `Dogs host their second tournament of the season, the Fresno State Classic on March 7-10. The Fresno State Classic will feature Iowa State, “I haven’t seen an outfielder that can cover as much of the field that she San Diego State, Oregon, Oregon State, Cal and St. Mary’s. Cal, Oregon can really since Laura Berg,” Wright said. “I don’t know if Brenna is at her and Oregon State all competed in the NCAA Tournament in 2012. level, but she clearly covers the outfield and I think she is a big addition to the team.” “It is such a great opportunity to be able to host tournaments early in the season,” Ford said. “We are looking forward to some of the best teams coming out to compete. The Fresno State Classic is an exciting CATCHING The Bulldogs lost starting catcher Kaitlin Griffin to graduation after the tournament that will feature several post season teams.” 2012 season. The ‘Dogs have two returning student-athletes and a Fresno State begins its first season in the Mountain West on March 28 freshman who will be vying for a spot in the lineup. “This is another position that we are very young at, but freshman Paige with a three game series against Nevada at home. The Bulldogs also Gumz has stepped up to the challenge,” Ford said. “Taylor Green and host conference opponents Boise State and New Mexico for three game Caitlin Neal are also vying for playing time and could see significant time series in Bulldog Diamond. throughout the year.” Paige Gumz earned first-team All-Sierra League and third-team AllValley as a senior. Sophomore Taylor appeared in nine games hitting .222, Caitlin Neal and transfer Kimberly Fisher will also be competing for time behind the plate.

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The Bulldogs top three offensive threats are back in 2012. Moss, Ortiz and Brazil will anchor the Fresno State offense. The combination of veteran bats and newcomers will provide a balanced and aggressive attack. “I am excited about our balance in the lineup of speed and power,” said Ford of her offense. “We are looking to be an aggressive team that puts pressure on the defense.”

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Cat Catching The Bulldogs lost starting catcher Kaitlin Griffin to graduation after the 2012 season. The ‘Dogs have two returning studentathletes and a freshman who will be vying for a spot in the lineup. “This is another position that we are very young at, but freshman Paige Gumz has stepped up to the challenge,” Ford said. “Taylor Green and Caitlin Neal are also vying for playing time and could see significant time throughout the year.” Paige Gumz earned first-team All-Sierra League and third-team All-Valley as a senior. Sophomore Taylor appeared in nine games hitting .222, Caitlin Neal and transfer Kimberly Fisher will also be competing for time behind the plate. Offense The Bulldogs top three offensive threats are back in 2012. Moss, Ortiz and Brazil will anchor the Fresno State offense.

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INFIELD

“Playing against NCAA tournament teams only prepares you for the The Bulldog infield has five familiar faces in 2013 and one new face that postseason,” Ford said. “It is something that we have traditionally will be looking for playing time. scheduled and will continue to do so. Being battle tested is a quality that all winning teams have.” “Although we are young on the dirt, we have a lot of experienced players,” said Ford of the infield. “There is still a lot of movement and Fresno State returns a total of 13 Bulldogs from last year’s roster, including options that we are working through.” top offensive performers Brenna Moss, Stesha Brazil and Brooke Ortiz. Ortiz, Brazil and Moss recorded the three best batting averages in 2012 Three Bulldogs return to the infield, who all started over 50 games in and were among the best statistically for the ‘Dogs. 2012. Ortiz started every game at second base in 2012. She led the team for the second-straight year with a .312 batting average. Last year, Also returning in 2013 is Vonnie Martin, who College Sports Madness the junior connected for six doubles and four triples, which tied for the named to its preseason All-MW second team. Martin earned a spot on second-most in the WAC and ranked 27th nationally. the WAC All-Tournament team after blasting three home runs in five games at the 2012 tournament. CSM also named the ‘Dogs among the “Brooke is someone that we will look to as the leader of our infield. She top 44 softball teams in 2013 and the best in the Mountain West. plays the game with a great passion and her work ethic is second to none,” Ford said. “Stesha is another player that we are very fortunate to “It is always great to get preseason recognition, especially heading into have in a Bulldog uniform. She is very versatile and could see work at a new conference,” said Ford “We can’t let the hype distract us from both corner positions.” our team goals of taking it one game at a time and competing for a MW Championship. We are excited to get on the diamond and start the Brazil ranked second on the team with her .304 batting average, 32 runs season.” scored and 55 hits. She tied for third in the conference with 14 doubles in 2012 and tied for second in the WAC and 27th nationally with four triples. Ford also added eight new Bulldogs to the roster for the upcoming season, which includes two transfers and six freshmen. The ‘Dogs will Maria Sio was the only freshman out of eight in 2012 to play and start in look to Hannah Harris, Jillian Compton and Whitney Smith to make an all 59 games, making every start at shortstop. She hit .281 on the year impact early in the season. scoring 20 runs and drove in 17. Sio connected for six doubles

and Mackenzie Oakes, in 2012 to graduation. The ‘Dogs will look to Kelly Megee is one that Ford will look to as a designated player this some young returners and newcomers to step on to the mound and take season. She appeared in 10 games and was 2-for-10 on the year with control in 2013. two RBI in 2012.

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TRISHA FORD

HEAD COACH..................................... FIRST YEAR

Ford becomes the fourth head coach in the history of the 35-year program. She comes to Fresno State after serving the last nine years at Stanford, including the previous four seasons when she held the title of associate head coach. In her nine years with the Cardinal, Ford helped guide Stanford to a 385-155 (.713) overall record and to the NCAA Tournament each and every year she was with the team. Stanford made six Super Regional appearances, ended a season ranked in the top 10 four times and reached the 2004 Women’s College World Series. At Stanford, Ford served as the primary pitching coach and worked with the infielders while also being responsible for recruiting, community outreach as well as camps and clinics. Ford helped Stanford average 43 wins per season and mentored two of the best pitchers in the history of the Cardinal program. Most recently she has guided Cardinal pitcher Teagan Gerhart, who over the past three seasons compiled an 80-32 overall record in the circle with a 2.14 ERA. In just three seasons of work under Ford, Gerhart already ranks No. 3 in the Stanford record books with 628 career strikeouts, third in career victories and is fourth in shutouts with 23.

Penna was a two-time NFCA All-American (2008 and 2009) and an Academic All-American in 2009. She set new school records in wins (119), strikeouts (1,267), shutouts (50) and innings pitched (1,086.1) while owning a 1.84 career ERA. In 2004, her first season at Stanford, Ford helped direct the team to a 49-19 record, a regional title and its second appearance in the Women’s College World Series. Under Ford’s guidance, All-American pitcher Dana Sorensen set new program bests for wins (34) and strikeouts (358), while posting a 1.41 ERA.

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Prior to joining Stanford’s coaching staff, Ford spent two seasons as the head coach at Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, her alma mater. In 2003, Ford’s squad finished the season with a 25-27 record and a .481 winning percentage, the best in school history. Prior to being named head coach, Ford served as an assistant at Saint Mary’s in 2001.

PERSONAL .................................................... Birthday: October 19 Hometown: Fremont, Calif. Spouse: Eddie Children: Daughter, Emma; Son, Eddie

EDUCATION .................................................... Undergraduate: St. Mary’s, B.S. in Politics (1999)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE .................................................... Collegiate Experience: St. Mary’s (1996-99)

SOFTBALL COACHING EXPERIENCE .................................................... • Fresno State, 2012-Present, Head coach • Stanford, 2008-2011, Associate Head coach • Stanford, 2004-2007 Assistant coach • St. Mary’s, 2002-2003

Arguably the best softball player in Saint Mary’s history, Ford, the former Trisha Dean, is the only female student-athlete in school history to have had her number (9) retired. In the spring of 2007, Ford was among six former athletes and coaches to be inducted into the Saint Mary’s College Hall of Fame. Ford graduated from Saint Mary’s with a degree in politics in 1999. A native of Fremont, Calif., she earned nine varsity letters in softball, volleyball and basketball during her prep career at American High School. An All-East Bay pick as a senior, Ford was also a four-time All-Mission Valley Athletic League selection.

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• St. Mary’s, 2001 Assistant Coach

Ford and her husband, Eddie, married in the summer of 2005. Their first child, Emma, was born on Aug. 16, 2007. The couple welcomed their second child, E.J., on Dec. 8, 2011.

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The next year Ford helped lead Stanford to a 43-16 record and its first-ever Pac-10 championship.

First Season Date Hired: June 18, 2012

THE FORD FILE

In 2012, a year in which Ford helped lead the Cardinal to a 40-19 record and a No. 20 ranking to end the season, Gerhart ranked ninth nationally with 32 victories. Before Gerhart took over in the circle in 2010, pitcher Missy Penna enjoyed the most decorated career of any Cardinal pitcher in program history, and it all came under Ford’s watch.

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SARA PICKERING

CARLY WYNN

ASSISTANT COACH.....................................................FIRST YEAR Sara Pickering begins her first season as an assistant coach for the Fresno State softball program. She joins the Bulldogs with a wealth of playing and coaching experience.

Carly WyCarly Wynn enters her first season as an assistant coach with the Fresno State softball program. Wynn joins the ‘Dogs after spending the past two seasons at her alma mater Florida State.

Prior to joining the `Dogs, Pickering spent two seasons coaching at Cal State Fullerton. She spent a season as the volunteer assistant was promoted to a full-time assistant coaching position with the Titans in July of 2011.

Wynn served as a graduate assistant and volunteer assistant for the Seminoles from 2010-12. While at FSU, Wynn assisted with the offense, defense and camps.

Pickering was an assistant coach for the Cardinal from 1998-2003. While with the Cardinal, she worked primarily with the defense and as the team’s hitting coach, she also recruited and helped with community relations. Pickering and the Cardinal competed in five consecutive NCAA Regional appearances.

Perhaps her most stunning accomplishment came off the field, as a cancer survivor. Pickering was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Disease and underwent a life-saving stem cell transplant in 2001. She has been in remission for over 10 years. To further her cause, she raised more than $5,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by completing the 2003 Portland Marathon.

PERSONAL .................................................... Birthday: August 17 Hometown: Corona, Calif.

EDUCATION .................................................... Undergraduate: Washingotn; Sociology (1998)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE .................................................... Collegiate Experience: St. Mary’s (1996-99) Professional Experience: Virginia Roadsters (1999), Arizona Heat (2004)

First Season Date Hired: August 24, 2012

PERSONAL .................................................... Birthday: January 9 Hometown: Sharpsburg, Ga.

EDUCATION .................................................... Undergraduate: Florida State; Psychology (2010) Graduate: Florida State; Sports Management (2011)

Wynn, a native of Sharpsburg, Ga., graduated from Florida State in May of 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and in December of 2011 with a master’s degree in Sport Management.

Collegiate Experience: Florida State (2007-10)

SOFTBALL COACHING EXPERIENCE ....................................................

SOFTBALL COACHING EXPERIENCE ....................................................

Assistant Coach: • Fresno State (2012- Present) • Cal State Fullerton (2011) • Florida State (2009-2010) • UNLV, (2003-2008) Volunteer Assistant: • Cal State Fullerton (2010)

Assistant Coach: • Fresno State (2012- Present) Volunteer Assistant: • Florida State (2011) Graduate Assistant: Florida State (2010)

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As a student-athlete, Wynn was a three-time captain at Florida State. She was named to the All-ACC team three times in her career and twice to the Academic All-ACC team. Wynn was also named an Academic All-American in 2009 and 2010. The former outfielder has the highest batting average (.378) under the current coaching staff. She also ranks among the top 10 in 8-of-10 offensive categories.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE ....................................................

While at UNLV, she helped the fight against cancer as the softball team annually hosted a “K-Out Cancer Day” to help benefit the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation. The Rebels also participated in the NCCF’s “Champions Run for Life” event each year. Pickering, a native of Corona, Calif., graduated from Washington in 1998 with a degree in sociology. She also played professionally in the Women’s Professional Softball League (WPSL) with the Virginia Roadsters and Arizona Heat. She was inducted into the Corona High School Hall of Fame in 2009.

Prior to joining the Noles, Wynn spent a season playing in the National Professional Fastpitch league for the Tennessee Diamonds

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COACHES BIOS

COACHES BIOS

As a player, Pickering was the first two-time, first-team All-American at Washington. She started every game at second base during her four-year career from 1994-97, a span of 271 games. A three-time team co-captain, she helped lead the Huskies to their first Pacific-10 Conference title in 1996 and left the program with 15 records to her name, including an NCAA record 91 career doubles.

First Season Date Hired: July 26, 2012

FRESNO STATE ....................................................

THE WYNN FILE

From 2003-08, Pickering served as an assistant coach at UNLV. During her time, the Rebels won at least 25 games in each of her five seasons, including helping them reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in nine seasons after posting a 44-19 mark in 2005. Since then, UNLV hit no fewer than 43 home runs as a team in a season (including a program-best 50 in 2005) and helped coach one NFCA All-American, five NFCA All-West Region honorees, and 14 All-Mountain West Conference selections.

FRESNO STATE ....................................................

THE PICKERING FILE

Pickering spent the 2009 and 2010 seasons as an assistant coach with the Seminoles under head coach Lonni Alameda, specializing with the FSU infielders and hitters. She helped guide FSU to its best start since 1993 (201) and helped Florida State hit .297 as a team. In 2009, the Seminoles also ranked among the top 25 nationally in fielding percentage (.971).

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soFtBall SOFTBALL SUPPORT STAFF...........................................................................

COLIN MULLIGAN ATHLETIC TRAINER............................................SECOND SEASON

Athletic trainer Colin Mulligan is in his second year working with the Fresno State softball program. Currently pursuing his masters in Sports Psychology, he came to Fresno State after doing an internship at Northwestern University. For the Wildcats he worked with the football and women’s soccer programs. A native of Beloit, Wis., he graduated from Carroll University with a Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training. While a studentathlete in the sport of baseball at Carroll University, Mulligan was an athletic trainer for women’s soccer, track and field and football. Recently attending the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Conference, Mulligan is certified by the National Athletic Trainer Association Board of Certification and is also CPR/First Aid certified.

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DAISY GAYNOR ASSISTANT STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH......... FIFTH SEASON Daisy Gaynor is in her fifth year as a full-time strength and conditioning coach at Fresno State. This is her eighth year as an assistant in the weight room and she has worked with the softball team since 2006. She directly oversees the design and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for softball, swim & dive, volleyball and lacrosse. As a part-time student assistant in the weight room from 2007-08, Gaynor assisted in design and implementation of conditioning programs and secondary rehabilitation programs for injured softball players. Originally from Reno, Nev., she was a four-year player in the outfield at Fresno State. While a Bulldog, Gaynor was a member of the Dean’s List and a 2005 Fresno State Scholar-Athlete. She graduated in the spring of 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies with a concentration in physical education. She is certified by USA Weight Lifting (Sports Performance), FMS certified and SPR Certified.

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HALLE ORTIZ

TEAM MANAGER..........................................................SECOND SEASON Halle Ortiz begins her second season as the manager of the Fresno State softball program. Ortiz is a sophomore at Fresno State majoring in Mass Communication Journalism with an emphasis in advertising. She is a former soccer and volleyball studentathlete at Lodi High School. Ortiz’ sister, Brooke, is a Bulldog infielder. She works on various projects for the Bulldog coaching staff along with helping out at practices and games.

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KILEY SHAE ALDRIDGE

STESHA BRAZIL

SO. - LHP/OF - 5-8 - R/L - LOMPOC, CALIF. - (ARIZONA)

JR. - C/IF - 5-10 - R/R - TURLOCK, CALIF. - (HOUSTON)

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DESTINEE’ LEVESQUE

SO. - C/IF - 5-7 - R/L - CHINO HILLS, CALIF - (RUBEN S. AYALA)

SO. - RHP - 5-9 - R/R - SPAKS, NEV. - (EDWARD C. REED)

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KELLY MEGEE

JR. - IF - 5-5 - R/R - PLANO, TEXAS - (PLANO)

SO. - IF - 5-11 - R/R - RIVERSIDE, CALIF. - (MARTIN LUTHER KING)

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5 BRENNA MOSS

MACKENZIE MENDONCA

SO. - OF - 5-7 - L/R - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. - (NORTH)

SR. - OF - 5-6 - R/R - TULARE, CALIF. - (COLLEGE OF THE SEQUOIAS)

10 BROOKE ORTIZ

CAITLIN NEAL

JR. - IF - 5-7 - L/R - LODI, CALIF. - (LODI)

SO. - C - 5-7 - R/R - PLEASANTON, CALIF. - (FOOTHILL)

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40 MARIA SIO

DIANE RUNGE

SO. - IF - 5-7 - R/R - LAKE FOREST, CALIF. - (LAGUNA HILLS)

SR. - OF - 5-2 - L/R - CLOVIS, CALIF. - (BUCHANAN)

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PAIGE GUMZ

JR. - C - 5-5 - R/R

FR. - C - 5-8 - R/R

- FRESNO, CALIF. -

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(FRESNO CITY)

(CHINO HILLS)

MICHELLE SOLOMON

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SO. - UTL - 5-6 - R/R - BEAUMONT, CALIF. - (REDLANDS)

HANNAH HARRIS

BRIA KENNEDY

FR. - RHP - 5-7 - L/R

FR. - OF - 5-1 - L/R

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(DOS PUEBLOS)

(HANFORD WEST)

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TAYLOR LANGDON

9 WHITNEY SMITH

JR. - OF - 5-5 - L/R

FR. - RHP - 5-8 - R/R

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(FRESNO CITY)

(ARROYO GRANDE)

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(DEL ORO)

(GLENDORA)

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THE END OF AN ERA 2012 SEASON REVIEW The 2012 Fresno State softball season marked the end of a legendary era at Fresno State, as it was the final of 27 extraordinary years from head coach Margie Wright.

The 2012 squad registered the programs 35th consecutive winning season and did so by going 24-8 at home – the programs 26th 20-win season at home.

Fresno State went 36-23 in 2012 and posted a 13-6 mark in the WAC to finish in third place in its final year in the league. The Bulldogs went to the 2012 WAC Tournament and made it to the Championship game, doing so by defeating No. 12 Hawai’i in an elimination game. However, the Bulldogs lost to BYU in the title game to end their season.

Several Bulldogs collected post-season honors, none more than senior pitcher/utility player Michelle Moses.

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MICHELLE MOSES

Senior designated player Courtney Moore and sophomore infielder Vonnie Martin were both named to the 2012 All-

Fresno State collected four WAC Player of the Week Awards over the course of the season. Moses was twice named the WAC Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 27 and April 23) while senior Mackenzie Oakes also garnered WAC Pitcher of the Week accolades on Feb. 20 after throwing a no-hitter against Cal State Fullerton. Second baseman Brooke Ortiz picked up Fresno State’s lone WAC Hitter of the Week award on April 9. Ortiz was also named to the 2012 Capital One Academic All-District 8 softball first team and was selected to the Academic All-WAC team. Joining Ortiz on the Academic All-WAC team was Stesha Brazil, Vonnie Martin, Courtney Moore, Michelle Moses, Brenna Moss, Kaylan Pollard and Diane Runge.

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There were several individual and team highlights throughout the season. Oakes and Moses combined to throw three no-hitters (one by Oakes and two by Moses) and Moses tied for the WAC lead with 18 home runs. Moses closed out her career ranked No. 2 in school history with 59 career home runs (third in WAC history) and she became the first player in WAC history to hit 50 or more career home runs and tally 500 or more strikeouts in the circle. On Feb. 25, Fresno State defeated No. 7 UCLA thanks to a three-run triple from Brenna Moss in the top of the seventh that broke a tie game in what was the 1,700th game coached at Fresno State by Margie Wright.

MARGIE WRIGHT

SEASON REVIEW

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For the first time ever, Fresno State did not make the NCAA Tournament, ending a NCAA-record 30-year run. Fresno State’s 30 all-time NCAA Tournament appearances are still the most from any Division I team in the nation and the Bulldogs continue to be the nation’s second-winningest team of all-time.

Moses was named to the 2012 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-West Region first team after being a second-team selection the two previous years. She was also a first-team All-WAC selection for the third-straight season, becoming the 17th player in school history to be named All-Conference three times in a career. Moses also became the 15th Bulldog in school history to be named All-District three times in a career.

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2012 STATISTICS

2012 Fresno State Softball Conference statistics for Fresno State (as of May 14, 2012) (WAC games only Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 13-6

Player

42 Martin, Vonnie 4 Moore, Courtney 10 Ortiz, Brooke 25 Moses, Michelle 32 Brazil, Stesha 40 Sio, Maria 31 Ortega, Andrea 5 Moss, Brenna -------------------13 Runge, Diane 3 Megee, Kelly 21 Solomon, Michelle 35 Griffin, Kaitlin 41 Pollard, Kaylan 15 Hall, Rebecca 6 Mendonca, Mackenzie

avg gp-gs

.327 .315 .288 .278 .263 .250 .217 .194

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1.000

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Home: 10-1

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rbi

Away: 3-5

tb slg%

49 4 16 54 12 17 59 8 17 54 12 15 57 7 15 44 5 11 46 5 10 62 5 12

6 2 0 4 5 2 2 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1

1 7 25 5 11 34 0 6 21 6 14 37 0 6 20 0 8 13 0 6 14 0 3 14

1 4 28 25 2 1 1

1 1 5 2 0 0 0

0 0 3 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 0 2 1 1 0 0

Totals

.251

19

487

66 122

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Opponents

.208

19

486

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9

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.377 .422 .344 .409 .317 .400 .265 .206

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1 .969

0 1.000 0 .250 1 .303 0 .207 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

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0 0 5 4 0 0 0

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55

5

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3

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2

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bb hp

.510 4 .630 8 .356 5 .685 11 .351 4 .295 10 .304 3 .226 1

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14 .973

369 146

19 .964

LOB - Team (126), Opp (105). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (4).

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25 Moses, Michelle 45 Oakes, Mackenzie -------------------11 Aldridge, Kiley Shae

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Date 1 Feb. 9, 2012 1 Feb 10, 2012 1 Feb 11, 2012 1 Feb 11, 2012 1 Feb 12, 2012

Feb 18, 2012 Feb 18, 2012 Feb 19, 2012 Feb 19, 2012 2 Feb 23, 2012 2 Feb 23, 2012 2 Feb 24, 2012 2 Feb 24, 2012 2 Feb 25, 2012 3 Mar 02, 2012 3 Mar 02, 2012 3 Mar 03, 2012 3 Mar 03, 2012 3 Mar 04, 2012 4 Mar 09, 2012 4 Mar 09, 2012 4 Mar 10, 2012 4 Mar 10, 2012 4 Mar 11, 2012 4 Mar 11, 2012 Mar 13, 2012 Mar 13, 2012 5 Mar 15, 2012 5 Mar 15, 2012 5 Mar 16, 2012 5 Mar 16, 2012 * Mar 23, 2012 * Mar 24, 2012 * Mar 24, 2012 Mar 27, 2012 * Mar 30, 2012 * Mar 30, 2012 Apr 04, 2012 Apr 04, 2012 * Apr 06, 2012 * Apr 07, 2012 * Apr 07, 2012 Apr 09, 2012 * Apr 15, 2012 * Apr 15, 2012 * Apr 20, 2012 * Apr 21, 2012 * Apr 21, 2012 * Apr 27, 2012 * Apr 28, 2012 * Apr 28, 2012 * May 04, 2012 * May 05, 2012 * May 05, 2012 6 May 09, 2012 6 May 10, 2012 6 May 11, 2012 May 11, 2012 6 May 12, 2012

Opponent

TOLEDO NORTH DAKOTA STATE UC RIVERSIDE-1 SACRAMENTO STATE-2 LONG BEACH STATE SANTA CLARA-1 CAL STATE FULLERTON-2 CAL STATE FULLERTON-1 SANTA CLARA-2 vs Iowa State-1 vs #15 Arizona-2 vs Ohio State-1 vs Iowa-2 vs #7 UCLA vs Cal State Northridge-1 vs San Diego State-1 vs Saint Joseph's-1 vs San Diego-2 vs Charlotte UCONN-1 #18 OREGON-2 PURDUE-1 UCONN-2 #2 CAL-1 BUTLER-2 BUTLER-1 PURDUE-2 vs Virginia-1 vs #24 DePaul-2 vs #5 Arizona State-1 vs #10 Louisiana-2 at Nevada at Nevada-1 at Nevada-2 UC SANTA BARBARA BYU-1 BYU-2 UNLV-1 UNLV-2 UTAH STATE UTAH STATE-1 UTAH STATE-2 CAL POLY at San Jose State-1 at San Jose State-2 NEW MEXICO STATE NEW MEXICO STATE-1 NEW MEXICO STATE-2 at #14 Hawai'i at #14 Hawai'i-1 at #14 Hawai'i-2 LA TECH LA TECH-1 LA TECH-2 vs La Tech vs San Jose State vs La Tech-1 vs Hawai'i vs BYU

Score W W W L L W W W W W L L L W L W W L W W L W W L W W W W L L L W L W W W W L L W W W L W L W W W L L L W W L L W W W L

9-1 1-0 7-3 1-2 1-4 7-0 2-0 8-0 8-0 3-0 0-9 0-3 1-7 6-3 5-8 4-1 3-0 4-6 5-1 6-1 4-5 6-1 8-3 5-8 9-1 12-1 5-2 1-0 0-4 0-4 1-9 3-0 3-4 7-3 2-1 3-1 10-9 5-8 2-12 4-0 8-0 5-2 3-4 1-0 1-2 1-0 3-1 2-1 3-11 0-1 0-2 4-0 4-0 4-6 7-17 4-3 11-2 9-7 3-8

Inns

5 7 7 (9) (8) 7 7 6 5 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 5 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 7 5 (11) 7 7 7 7 6 (8) 5 7 7

Overall

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

WAC

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

Pitcher of record

Oakes, M. (W 1-0) Moses, M. (W 1-0) Aldridge, K. (W 1-0) Moses, M. (L 1-1) Moses, M. (L 1-2) Oakes, M. (W 2-0) Moses, M. (W 2-2) Oakes, M. (W 3-0) Moses, M. (W 3-2) Moses, M. (W 4-2) Oakes, M. (L 3-1) Moses, M. (L 4-3) Moses, M. (L 4-4) Moses, M. (W 5-4) Oakes, M. (L 3-2) Moses, M. (W 6-4) Moses, M. (W 7-4) Moses, M. (L 7-5) Levesque, D. (W 1-0) Oakes, M. (W 4-2) Moses, M. (L 7-6) Moses, M. (W 8-6) Oakes, M. (W 5-2) Moses, M. (L 8-7) Oakes, M. (W 6-2) Moses, M. (W 9-7) Oakes, M. (W 7-2) Moses, M. (W 10-7) Moses, M. (L 10-8) Oakes, M. (L 7-3) Aldridge, K. (L 1-1) Moses, M. (W 11-8) Moses, M. (L 11-9) Oakes, M. (W 8-3) Moses, M. (W 12-9) Moses, M. (W 13-9) Moses, M. (W 14-9) Moses, M. (L 14-10) Aldridge, K. (L 1-2) Moses, M. (W 15-10) Moses, M. (W 16-10) Moses, M. (W 17-10) Moses, M. (L 17-11) Moses, M. (W 18-11) Oakes, M. (L 8-4) Moses, M. (W 19-11) Oakes, M. (W 9-4) Moses, M. (W 20-11) Moses, M. (L 20-12) Moses, M. (L 20-13) Oakes, M. (L 9-5) Moses, M. (W 21-13) Oakes, M. (W 10-5) Moses, M. (L 21-14) Oakes, M. (L 10-6) Moses, M. (W 22-14) Moses, M. (W 23-14) Oakes, M. (W 11-6) Moses, M. (L 23-15)

* = Conference game 1 = Fresno State Kick-Off Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) 2 = Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif.) 3 = San Diego State Classic (Santee, Calif.) 4 = Bayer CropScience Classic (Fresno, Calif.) 5 = Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) 6 = WAC Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) () extra inning game

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Attend

936 1025 2371 1136 988 1047 401 403 700 255 175 202 1192 1250 1605 928 1065 1666 169 331 715 1015 862 1191 1318 958 238 1044 1094 1200 1200 1078 1177 282 301 342 341

Record: 36-23

Time

1:25 1:46 1:53 2:08 1:54 1:29 1:18 1:29 1:27 1:42 1:47 1:40 1:32 2:04 1:53 1:43 1:52 1:59 2:02 1:45 2:18 1:51 1:52 2:10 1:37 1:20 1:50 1:24 1:54 1:30 1:35 1:42 1:41 1:46 1:32 1:36 2:25 2:01 2:01 1:33 1:16 1:42 2:27 1:24 1:19 1:24 1:37 1:26 1:47 2:04 1:21 1:21 1:25 2:02 2:40 2:01 2:51 2:09 2:12

Player

10 Ortiz, Brooke 32 Brazil, Stesha 5 Moss, Brenna 40 Sio, Maria 4 Moore, Courtney 31 Ortega, Andrea 25 Moses, Michelle -------------------42 Martin, Vonnie 21 Solomon, Michelle 24 Green, Taylor 3 Megee, Kelly 13 Runge, Diane 35 Griffin, Kaitlin 28 Neal, Caitlin 41 Pollard, Kaylan 15 Hall, Rebecca 45 Oakes, Mackenzie 6 Mendonca, Mackenzie

avg gp-gs

.312 .304 .283 .281 .271 .264 .237

59-59

.287 .229 .222 .200 .200 .192 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

41-37

59-59 58-58 59-59 56-51 58-56 59-59

46-36 8-2 10-0 36-3 59-59 3-2 36-28 14-1 1-0 3-0

ab

r

173 181 198 135 140 159 173

24 32 27 20 23 21 36

Home: 24-8 h

2b 3b hr

54 6 55 14 56 0 38 6 38 5 42 6 41 8

115 20 33 96 16 22 9 0 2 10 0 2 5 9 1 99 7 19 4 0 0 4 5 0 3 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

9 8 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0

4 0 4 6 5 0 0 0 0 9 2 1 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Away: 3-5 rbi

18 33 19 17 26 18 42

Neutral: 9-10

tb slg%

68 95 66 44 70 55 103

7 19 63 4 18 42 0 3 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 2 17 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.393 .525 .333 .326 .500 .346 .595

bb hp

11 0 20 14 2 15 12 0 19 23 6 12 18 11 17 9 0 13 25 2 42

.548 12 .438 19 .222 3 .200 0 .200 0 .293 9 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

WAC: 13-6

so gdp

1 18 2 14 0 3 0 3 0 3 2 20 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

ob% sf sh sb-att

a

e fld%

4 3-5 111 89 8 3-3 234 34 2 11-13 81 6 5 0-0 101 133 7 0-0 0 0 3 0-0 80 0 8 1-1 111 37

12 .943

0 1 2 3 3 1 0

.353 .355 .324 .406 .396 .300 .337

0 3 0 1 0 2 2

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.357 .368 .417 .200 .200 .273 .200 .200 .000 .000 .000

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 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

po

4 .985 7 .926 15 .940 0 .000 4 .952 2 .987

42

38

26

10

1 .973

0

0

0 .000

6 .930

0

0

0 .000

4

0

0 1.000

373

17

2 .995

0

0

0 .000

28

2

0 1.000

0

0

0 .000

2

43

1 .978

0

0

Totals

.267

59

1507

244

403

66 15 47

232

640

.425

156 27

203

11

.345

9 50

18-23

1193

411

55

.967

Opponents

.230

59

1521

192

350

36

170

492

.323

174 20

342

11

.316

4 22

39-50

1137

461

61

.963

2 34

0 .000

LOB - Team (371), Opp (359). DPs turned - Team (22), Opp (21). IBB - Team (2), Moses, M. 1, Brazil, S. 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

25 Moses, Michelle 45 Oakes, Mackenzie -------------------14 Levesque, Destinee 11 Aldridge, Kiley Shae

era

w-l

2.51 23-15 2.81 11-6 5.06 7.00

1-0 1-2

app gs

cg

sho

42 38 29 12/0 28 17 10 3/0 6 7

sv

ip

h

r

1 251.0 190 105 0 119.2 125 60

so

2b

90 113 253 48 41 74

er

bb

25 8

3b

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

2 26 0 5

.205 .260

9 12 4 4

0 0

3 15 1 4

3 5

1 3

0 0

0/0 0/0

0 1

18.0 9.0

23 12

14 13

13 9

12 8

5 10

1 2

0 0

2 1

.315 .293

1 3

2 2

0 0

3 0

Totals

2.82

36-23

59 59

39

15/0

2

397.2

350

192

160

174

342

36

2

34

.230

21 20

4

4

22

Opponents

3.90

23-36

59 59

33

6/0

1

379.0

403

244

211

156

203

66

15

47

.267

22 27

5

9

50

PB - Team (6), Griffin, K. 6, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - Griffin, K. (39-50), Moses, M. (24-28), Oakes, M. (9-15), Levesque, D. (4-5), Aldridge, K. (2-2).

SEASON REVIEW

SEASON REVIEW

.178 .276

0

PB - Team (2), Griffin, K. 2, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Griffin, K. (12-12), Moses, M. (9-9), Oakes, M. (3-3).

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hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

6 3

2012 Fresno State Softball Overall Statistics for Fresno State (as of May 14, 2012) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

2012 Fresno State Softball Game Results for Fresno State (as of May 14, 2012) (All games)

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525-728-2

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Highlanders

Riverside, Calif.

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Kirsten Voak

13-34

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Southern Miss Softball Complex

Golden Eagles

Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Jon Malgrad

13-34

rsburns@ucdavis.edu

Karen Yoder

360-419-3

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La Rue Field

Aggies

Davis, Calif.

utepathletics.com Lauren Kane

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gohighlanders.com Kyle Neaves

Southern Miss

601-266-5332

288-424-6921

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UC Davis

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801-758-3

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Shea Stadium

Hornets

Sacramento, Calif

818-677-3243

785-766-9310

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Tairia Flowers

32-70

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Matador Diamond

Matadors

Northridge, Calif.

573-882-2531

573-825-4633

573-884-2971

Ehren Earleywine

434-145

Fresno State leads 9-0

University Field

Tigers

Columbia, Mo.

hornetsports.com Geoff Herberg

Cal State Northridge gomatadors.com

Steven Keers

Missouri mutigers.com

Adam Hicks

San Diego

619-260-2323

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Melissa McElvain

213-323

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USD Softball Complex

Toreros

San Diego, Calif.

805-893-8603

Lisa.Skvarla@athletics.ucsb.edu

Brie Galicinao

128-140

Fresno State leads 62-11

Campus Diamond

Gauchos

Santa Barbara, Calif.

jmilholm@csub.edu

Crissy Buck

13-39

Fresno State leads 3-0

Roadrunner Softball Complex

Roadrunners

Bakersfield, Calif.

aln1@stmarys-ca.edu

Jessica Hanaseth

162-253

Fresno State leads 13-1

Cotrell Field

Gaels

Moraga, Caif

amy.villa@sjsu.edu

Peter Turner

149-188

Fresno State leads 81-9

San Jose State Field

Spartans

San Jose, Calif

nmirkovich@scu.edu

Lisa Mize

Fresno State leads 46-1

Marsalli Park

Broncos

Santa Clara, Calif.

usdtoreros.cstv.com Lisa Skvarla

UC Santa Barbara ucsbgauchos.com

Joelle Milhom

CSU Bakersfield

661-654-3071

916-212-5580

916-212-5580

gorunners.com Ashley Nied

St. Mary's

925-631-8722

smcgaels.com Amy Villa

San Jose State

408-924-1216

408-421-8604

408-421-8604

santaclarabroncos.com Nick Mirkovich

Santa Clara

408-554-4659

santaclarabroncos.com Jamie Morris

BYU

801-422-8999

801-822-4061

801-822-4061

softball_sid@byu.edu

Gordon Eakin

416-175

Fresno State leads 8-3

Gail Miller Field

Cougars

Provo, Utah

310-206-8123

818-635-8873

818-635-8873

jamesy@athletics.ucla.edu

Kelly Inouye-Perez

255-88

UCLA leads 11-42

Easton Stadium

Bruins

Los Angeles, Calif.

435-797-1361

435-840-2007

435-840-2007

coupdawg@gmail.com

Carissa Millsap-Kalaba

52-108

Fresno State leads 36-10

LaRee & LeGrand Johnson Field

Aggies

Logan, Utah

562-985-7797

562-400-3929

562-400-3929

todd.miles@csulb.edu

Kim Sowder

196-142

Fresno State leads 34-15

49er Softball Complex

49ers

Long Beach, Calif.

Stacy Gemeinhardt-Cesler

305-273

Fresno State leads 4-1

Cyclone Sports Complex

Cyclones

Ames, IA

MIke White

123-55

Fresno State leads 29-4

Howe Field

Ducks

Eugene, Org.

byucougars.com James Ybiernas

UCLA uclabruins.com

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Long Beach State ongbeachstate.com

TBA

Iowa State cyclones.com

Geoff Thurner

Oregon

541-346-2250

541 520-2036

541 520-2036

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Beavers

Corvallis, Org.

Diane Ninemire

1117-516

Fresno State leads 63-44

Levine-Fricke Field

Bears

Berkeley, Calif.

calbears.com Alissa Bauer

Kansas

785-864-7947

785-840-5852

785-840-5852

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Megan Smith

207-138

Fresno State leads 5-1

Arrocha Ballpark

Jayhawks

Lawrence, Kan .

512-245-2988

512-216-3440

512-245-7203

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Ricci Woodard

440-251-1

Fresno State leads 3-1

Bobcat Softball Stadium

Bobcats

San Marcos, Texas

blaskey@pacific.edu

Brian Kolze

614-505-1

Fresno State leads 78-22-1

Bill Simoni Field

Tigers

Stockton, California

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Texas State txstatebobcats.com

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Pacific

209-946-2730

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Cal Poly

805-756-7513

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Jenny Condon

213-186

Fresno State leads 37-10

Bob Janssen Field

Mustangs

San Luis Obispo, Calif.

775-682-6982

775-229-5513

775-229-5513

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Matt Meuchel

91-114

Fresno State leads 37-12

Christina M. Hixson Softball Park

Wolf Pack

Reno, Nev.

702-895-3134

702-683-8050

702-895-3954

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Pete Manarino

956-594-2

Fresno State leads 47-11

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Rebels

Las Vegas, Nev.

208-426-1106

360-600-3209

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Erin Thorpe

118-102

Fresno State leads 9-4

Mountain Cove Softball Field

Broncos

Boise, Idaho

970-491-5067

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Jen Fisher

516-220

Fresno State leads 26-5

Ram Field

Rams

Fort Collins, Colo.

619-594-4348

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607-435-5577

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Kathy Van Wyk

541-376-1

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SDSU Softball Stadium

Aztecs

San Diego, Calif.

505-925-5521

218-296-2845

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36-51

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Lobo Field

Lobos

Albuquerque, N.M.

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Boise State broncosports.com

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New Mexico

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FRESNO STATE TEAM RECORDS Season General

Best win-loss record.............................................................65-10, .867 (1999) Worst win-loss record...........................................................28-23, .550 (1981) Best conference win-loss record..........................................24-0, .1.000 (1999) Worst conference win-loss record.........................................14-10, .583 (1993) Best overall home record ................................................................27-0 (1998) Worst overall home record ................................................................9-8 (1981) Best away record (neutral and road).......................................29-6, .828 (2008) Most mercy-run rule games................................................................ 19 (1998) Most games played............................................................................ 77 (1990) Fewest games played......................................................................... 17 (1978) Consecutive win streak....................................................................... 21 (1999) Consecutive lost streak............................................................... 5 (1981, 1993) Most wins.............................................................................. 65 (65-10 in 1999) Most losses........................................................................... 24 (38-24 in 1993) Most home wins...................................................................... 36 (36-3 in 1999) Most home losses................................................................. 10 (25-10 in 2003) Consecutive home wins................................36 (May 16, 1997-March 5, 1999) Most road wins.................................................................................... 29 (1999) Most road losses................................................... 15 (1981, 2002, 2011, 2012) Consecutive road wins ....................................................................... 13 (1999) Most conference wins............................................................. 31 (31-5 in 1991) Most conference losses............................................................ 10 (1992, 1993) Fewest conference losses...................................0 (24-0 in 1999; 12-0 in 1983) Consecutive conference wins......................33 (Feb. 2, 1999 to April 22, 2000) Most conference home wins................................................... 19 (19-3 in 1990) Most conference home losses.........3, seven times (most recent 13-3 in 1997) Fewest conference home losses......0 (12-0 in 1999; 14-0 in 1998, 4-0 in 1985 and 1983) Consecutive conference home wins........ 31 (March 10, 1998 – April 22, 2000) Most conference road wins..................................................... 16 (16-4 in 1989) Most conference road losses...................................................... 7 (7-7 in 1995) Fewest conference road losses.............0 (12-0 in 1999 and 1996; 9-0 in 2005) Consecutive conference road wins........ 19 (April 18, 1987 to April 21, 1988) & (March 26, 1999 to May 7, 2000) Bulldog Diamond attendance....................................................... 55,746 (1999) Bulldog Diamond attendance average (paid)................. 2,557 (20 dates, 1997) Bulldog Diamond attendance (single-date).5,724 vs. Arizona (March 14, 2000)

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Batting average................................................................................ .340 (1998) Runs........................................................................................ 374 (1997, 1998) Hits.................................................................................................... 630 (1997) At bats............................................................................................ 2,116 (1989) Doubles............................................................................................. 100 (1997) Triples.................................................................................................. 28 (1995) Home runs........................................................................................... 51 (2010) RBI.................................................................................................... 336 (1997) Total bases........................................................................................ 841 (1997) Slugging pct..................................................................................... .468 (1998) Stolen bases........................................................................................ 75 (1980) Sacrifices........................................................................................... 123 (1987) Most times struck out........................................................................ 318 (2004) Walks................................................................................................. 191 (1999) Hit by pitches...................................................................................... 42 (2009)

Season Pitching

(Note: NCAA rule moved rubber plate back three feet from 40 to 43 in 1987)

Wins................................................................................................65-10 (1999) Consecutive hitless innings................................................................. 21 (1984) Consecutive shutout innings............................................................... 80 (1983) Shutouts.............................................................................................. 42 (1990) Innings pitched............................................................................... 543.1 (1990) Hits allowed....................................................................................... 383 (1994)

Season Fielding

Highest fielding percentage............................................................. .977 (2002) Lowest fielding percentage.............................................................. .945 (1981) Double plays........................................................................................ 39 (1994) Putouts........................................................................................... 1,622 (1989) Assists............................................................................................... 817 (1987) Errors................................................................................................. 101 (1981) Fewest errors....................................................................................... 44 (2006)

Single Game Batting

Longest game........ 21 innings (4:25, 0-2) vs. UC Santa Barbara (April 9, 1982) Runs...........................................21 vs. CS Hayward (FS, 21-0) (April 22, 1978) Runs, by opponent..............................................18 vs. Hawai’i (April 20, 2007) Runs, both teams........................ 28 vs. UNLV (FS 15, UNLV 13) (April 4, 1998) Runs, in an inning........................................10 vs. Saint Mary’s (April 11, 2006) Hits.......................................................................... 21 vs. UNLV (April 4, 1998) Hits, both teams.......................... 33 vs. UNLV (FS 21, UNLV 12) (April 4, 1998) At bats.....................................................70 vs. Louisiana Tech (April 25, 2002) Doubles...............6 vs. Colorado State (April 26, 1996); Tulsa (March 7, 1997); .........................vs. Utah State (March 31, 2006); vs. Utah State (May 1, 2009) Triples.......... 3 vs. 10 teams (most recent vs. Louisiana Tech, March 26, 2011) Home runs............................................................ 6 vs. Nevada (May 15, 2004) Total bases......................................................... 40 vs. Nevada (May 15, 2004) Total bases, both teams.............. 48 vs. UNLV (FS 32, UNLV 16) (April 4, 1998) RBI............. 16 vs. three teams (most recent vs. San Jose State, April 4, 1997) Stolen bases ..................................................... 7 vs. Nevada (March 11, 1984) Sacrifices........................................... 6 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona (March 22, 1987) Walks.............................................. 14 vs. San Francisco State (Feb. 16, 1985) Strikeouts...................... 18 vs. Texas (Feb. 8, 2003); vs. UCLA (Feb. 19, 2006) .......................................................................vs. Washington (March 14, 2009)

Single Game Pitching

Innings pitched................................... 21 vs. UC Santa Barbara (April 9, 1982) Batters faced....................................... 76 vs. UC Santa Barbara (April 9, 1982) Runs....................................................................18 vs. Hawai’i (April 20, 2007) Hits.........................17 vs. Arizona (April 18, 2001); 17 vs. UNLV (April 4, 2012) Home runs...................................................5 vs. Louisiana Tech (May 9, 2012) RBI.............................................................14 vs. Louisiana Tech (May 9, 2012) Walks................10 vs. Cal (Feb. 8, 2002); 10 vs. Louisiana Tech (May 9, 2012) Strikeouts................................................................. 22 vs. Tulsa (April 4, 2002)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Season Batting

Batting Average (Min. 125 AB)................508 (99-195), Nina Lindenberg (1996) Longest Hitting Streak ............ 35 games, Robyn Yorke (Feb. 12-April 1, 1995) At bats........................................................................... 263, Julie Smith (1990) Hits..............................................................................114, Robyn Yorke (1995) Runs.................................................................................72, Laura Berg (1998) Doubles...................................................................29, Nina Lindenberg (1996) Triples...............................................................................11, Laura Berg (1995) Home runs..................................................................23, Christina Clark (2004) Total bases...............................................................178, Christina Clark (2004) Slugging pct..........................................................897, Nina Lindenberg (1996) RBI ..........................................................................77, Nina Lindenberg (1998) Stolen bases.............................. 27, Karen Tabor (1990); Haley Gilleland (2011) Walks.................................... 43, Gina LoPiccolo (1991); Christina Clark (2006) Strikeouts..................................................................53, Veronica Green (2004) Sacrifices.............................................................. 31, Martha Noffsinger (1990) Hit by Pitch.............................................................14, Laura Berg (1997, 1995)

Season Pitching

Games pitched.......................................................... 59, Morgan Melloh (2008) Consecutive games pitched...................................... 30, Morgan Melloh (2008) Games started.......................................................... 47, Melanie Parrent (1986) Complete games ..................................................... 45, Melanie Parrent (1986) Shutouts..................................................................... 27, Amanda Scott (2000) Innings pitched..................................................... 360.1, Morgan Melloh (2008) Wins........................................................................... 42, Morgan Melloh (2008) Consecutive wins....................................................... 19, Amanda Scott (2000) Hits allowed.............................................................266, Maureen Brady (1994) Walks...................................................................... 113, Michelle Moses (2012) Strikeouts................................................................ 454, Morgan Melloh (2008) Strikeouts 7/IP.......................................................... 10.3, Robin Makcin (2006) Lowest ERA............................................................. 0.24, Amanda Scott (1999) Best win percentage....................................... .938 (15-1), Marcie Green (1990) No-hitters.............................4, Melanie Parrent (1986); Jamie Southern (2005) Consecutive no-hitters.......... 2, Lori Romeiro (1984); Barbara Cambria (1984); Amanda Scott (2000) Perfect games......................2, Melanie Parrent (1986); Jamie Southern (2002) Consecutive hitless innings...........................................21, Lori Romeiro (1984) Consecutive scoreless innings..................................... 60, Lori Romeiro (1987) Consecutive games without an earned run............... 21, Amanda Scott (2000) Consecutive innings pitched without an earned run........ 129.2, Amanda Scott (2000

Season Fielding

Single Game Batting

At bats.................................................................9, Kathy Mayer vs. UNLV (April 24, 1987) Runs ...................... 4, Christina Clark vs. Nevada (May 6, 2005); Nevada (May 15, 2004); .......................................................................Jamie Southern vs. Nevada (May 15, 2005); .............................................................Amanda Scott vs. San Jose State (April 10, 1999); ...................................................................... Kim Muratore vs. Santa Clara (April 6, 1983) Hits: 5, Nina Lindenberg vs. Oklahoma (April 16, 1998) & Colorado State (April 26, 1996); .............................................................. Amber Wall vs. Sacramento State (May 11, 1996) Doubles.............................................................3, Vernie Miller vs. Pacific (April 21, 1978); ....................................................................Gina LoPiccolo vs. St. Mary’s (Feb. 18, 1989); ..........................................................................Shelly Stokes vs. Pacific (March 28, 1989) Triples.....................................................................3, Kim Muratore vs. Santa Clara (1980) Home runs.....................................................3, Christina Clark vs. Hawai’i (April 10, 2004) Grand slam..............One (twice), Caitlin Stiglich vs. Wisconsin (February 28, 2009) & New Mexico State (March 27, 2009); Christina Clark vs. UTEP (May 1, 2004) & Pacific (March 20, 2004); Amanda Scott vs. Oklahoma (April 16, 1998) & New Mexico (April 5, 1998); Gina LoPiccolo vs. CS Northridge (March 21, 1991) & New Mexico (March 2, 1991) Total bases..................................................12, Christina Clark vs. Hawai’i (April 10, 2004) RBI...................... 7, Caitlin Stiglich vs. Hawaii (May 1, 2010) & Wisconsin (Feb. 28, 2009); ................................................................Gina LoPiccolo vs. New Mexico (March 2, 1991) Stolen bases......... 3, Caroline Chavez vs. Cal Poly (1981); Becky Witt vs. Colorado State (March 7, 2001); Haley Gilleland vs. Hawai’i (April 2, 2011) Walks..................... 4, Nina Lindenberg vs. UCLA (Feb. 24, 1996) & Utah (March 1, 1997); ........................................................Christina Clark vs. New Mexico State (April 15, 2006) Strikeouts........... 4, 8 players (most recent by Michelle Moses vs. UMass, Feb. 27, 2011)

Single Game Pitching

Innings pitched............................... 21, Wende Ward vs. UC Santa Barbara (April 9, 1982) Strikeouts..........................................22 (17 inn.), Jamie Southern vs. Tulsa (April 4, 2002) Strikeouts in 7 inn. game................. 18, Michelle Moses vs. Louisiana Tech (May 8, 2010) Strikeouts in 5 inn. game................ 12, Wende Ward vs. CS Stanislaus (March 24, 1982); .....................................................................Robin Mackin vs. St. Francis (March 8, 2006) Consecutive strikeouts...................... 9, Michelle Moses vs. Louisiana Tech (May 8, 2010) Runs allowed.................................................. 12, Lindsay Parker vs. UNLV (April 4, 1998) Earned runs allowed........................................ 10, Lindsay Parker vs. UNLV (April 4, 1998) Hits allowed........................................ 13, Morgan Melloh vs. Boise State (April 25, 2009); ...................................................................... Amanda Scott vs. Arizona (March 21, 1998); ............................................................... Maureen Brady vs. Arizona (March 6 & 25, 1994) Home runs allowed...........................................4, Leslie Poole vs. Arizona (April 18, 2001) ...........................................................4, Michelle Moses vs. Louisiana Tech (May 9, 2012) Walks allowed.................................................... 10, Jamie Southern vs. Cal (Feb. 8, 2002) Consecutive walks allowed............................5, Leslie Relph vs. Oregon (March 28, 1986)

Single Game Fielding

Putouts..............................................................29, Gena Strang vs. UNLV (April 24, 1987) Assists....................................... 12, Wende Ward vs. San Francisco State (Feb. 23, 1983) Double plays participated in............ 3, Jenna Cervantez vs. San Jose State (May 6, 2006) Errors............................................. 4, Nina Lindenberg vs. San Jose State (April 12, 1997)

Fielding percentage (min.350 TC)....1.000 (577), Jennifer Slaney (1999); (386), Shelly Stokes (1989) Double plays participated in................................................... 27, Jo Pini (1994) Putouts........................................................................ 659, Gena Strang (1988) Assists.......................................................................... 229, Carie Dever (1988) Total chances.............................................................. 719, Gena Strang (1988) Errors.................................................................... 36, Martha Noffsinger (1987)

Single Game Fielding

Putouts................................................ 63 vs. UC Santa Barbara (April 9, 1982) Assists................................................................... 37 vs. UNLV (April 24, 1987) Errors....................................................8 vs. Long Beach State (May 16, 1986) Double plays..............................................4 vs. Pacific (11 inn., Feb. 28, 1989) Last triple play......... Strang (3) to Steitz (8) to Williams (4) vs. Pacific (April 15, 1986)

2011

Shelly Stokes 2012

Amber Wall

Robyn Yorke

RECORDS

RECORDS

Season Batting

Fewest hits allowed........................................................................... 177 (1983) Runs allowed..................................................................................... 194 (2010) Fewest runs allowed............................................................................ 48 (1983) Earned runs allowed.......................................................................... 154 (2010) Fewest earned runs allowed............................................................... 25 (1985) Walks allowed.................................................................................... 148 (2010) Fewest walks allowed......................................................................... 57 (2000) Strikeouts.......................................................................................... 545 (1999) Strikeouts 7/IP.................................................................................. 9.06 (2006) Complete games................................................................................. 74 (1990) Saves................................................................................. 5 (1999; 2005; 2010) Wild pitches......................................................................................... 35 (2006) Fewest wild pitches............................................................................... 4 (2001) Hit batters............................................................................................ 27 (2010) Lowest earned run average.............................................................. 0.35 (1985) Highest earned run average............................................................. 2.67 (2010) No-hitters................................................................................... 5 (1984, 1986) Consecutive no-hitters (doubleheader)..................................... 2, vs St. Mary’s (Feb. 18, 1989) & vs. Adelphi (March 14, 1989); vs. UC Santa Barbara (March 1, 2000) & vs. Florida State (March 3, 2000)

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FRESNO STATE TOP 10 CAREER BATTING LEADERS (*NCAA career leader)

Batting Average (min. 250 AB) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9. 10.

.440 .435 .414 .397 .382 .359 .359 .359 .344 .335

Nina Lindenberg 1996-98 Robyn Yorke 1994-97 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Christina Clark 2003-06 Becky Witt 1998-2001 Haley Perkins 2006-09 Julie Smith 1990-91 Lovie Jung 1999-2000 Kim Maher 1991-94 Martha Noffsinger 1987-90

Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 7. 10.

291 289 287 269 266 265 263 263 263 262

At Bats 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Hits

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396 357 331 327 296 283 283 269 257 255

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 5. 8. 8. 8.

35 29 24 21 17 17 15 14 14 14

Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

245 228 224 189 189 169 162 153 147 144

Doubles *Martha Noffsinger 1987-90 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Gina LoPiccolo 1988-91 Becky Witt 1998-2001 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Christa Yorke 1991-94 Carie Dever 1987-90 Kim Maher 1991-94 Robyn Yorke 1994-97 Jamie Southern 2002-05

Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Robyn Yorke 1994-97 Becky Witt 1998-2001 Martha Noffsinger 1987-90 Christina Clark 2003-06 Kim Maher 1991-94 Haley Perkins 2006-09 Nina Lindenberg 1996-98 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Haley Gilleland 2008-11

Christina Clark

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 10. 10.

57 55 54 49 48 46 41 40 38 38 36 36

Triples 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 8. 8.

25 20 19 17 15 15 13 12 12 12

Laura Berg

Robyn Yorke 1994-97 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Nina Lindenberg 1996-98 Haley Gilleland 2008-11 Christina Clark 2003-06 Lori Hoffman 2001-04 Kim Maher 1991-94 Julie Smith 1990-91 Rae Ann Pifferini 1988-91

Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Christina Clark 2003-06 Becky Witt 1998-2001 Haley Perkins 2006-09 Robyn Yorke 1994-97 Nina Lindenberg 1996-98 Kim Maher 1991-94 Martha Noffsinger 1987-90 Haley Gilleland 2008-11 Amanda Scott 1997-2000

Christina Clark 2003-06 Angela Cervantez 1997-2000 Nina Lindenberg 1996-98 Kim Maher 1991-94 Gina LoPiccolo 1988-91 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Jamie Southern 2002-05 Haley Gilleland 2008-11 Andrea Ortega 2008-12 Lindsay Fossatti 1999-2002 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Randi Berg 1994-97 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Rene Polanco 1981-84 Nina Lindenberg 1996-98 Gena Strang 1985-88 Martha Noffsinger 1987-90 Kim Maher 1991-94 Haley Perkins 2006-09 Haley Gilleland 2008-11 Christina Clark 2003-06 Jenifer Henry 1993-96

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

62 59 36 31 31 29 22 19 17 16 15

Christina Clark Michelle Moses Nina Lindenberg Kim Maher Amanda Scott Jamie Southern Caitlin Stiglich Courtney Moore Michelle Bolt Angela Cervantez Lindsay Fossatti

2003-06 2009-12 1996-98 1991-94 1997-2000 2002-05 2008-11 2010-12 1991-94 1997-2000 1999-2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

563 500 469 455 404 398 380 378 370 358

Christina Clark 2003-06 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Nina Lindenberg 1996-98 Kim Maher 1991-94 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Michelle Moses 2009-12 Robyn Yorke 1994-97 Martha Noffsinger 1987-90 Becky Witt 1998-2001 Angela Cervantez 1997-2000

Slugging Percentage (min. 250 TB) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.768 .756 .567 .554 .522 .502 .495 .479 .476 .465

Nina Lindenberg 1996-98 Christina Clark 2003-06 Michelle Moses 2009-12 Kim Maher 1991-94 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Kristin Sylvester 2005-07 Angela Cervantez 1997-2000 Jamie Southern 2002-05 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Nichole Willis 2004-07

212 201 181 176 175 174 150 145 144 125

Amanda Scott Nina Lindenberg Kim Maher Christina Clark Michelle Moses Angela Cervantez Gina LoPiccolo Caitlin Stiglich Michelle Bolt Jamie Southern

Nina Lindenberg

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10.

86 51 39 39 39 32 28 28 27 26

Haley Gilleland 2008-2011 Becky Witt 1998-2001 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Robyn Yorke 1994-97 Janee Silva 1979-82 Martha Noffsinger 1987-90 Haley Perkins 2006-09 Kerry Steitz 1983-86 Karen Tabor 1981 Julie Smith 1990-91

Total Sacrifices

Total Bases

1997-2000 1996-98 1991-94 2003-06 2009-12 1997-2000 1988-91 2008-11 1991-94 2002-05

2011

TOP 10 CAREER PITCHING LEADERS

Stolen Bases

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 10.

90 72 55 53 53 46 46 45 44 43 43

Walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 8. 10.

114 111 106 97 86 80 80 77 77 75

Martha Noffsinger Vanessa Czarnecki Jo Pini Christa Yorke Alyce Rodriguez Nusheen Zarnegar Carie Dever Rita Walker Karin Richter RaeAnn Pifferini Donna McDaniel

Christina Clark Lindsay Fossatti Gina LoPiccolo Angela Cervantez Kim Maher Nina Lindenberg Amanda Scott Michelle Moses Gena Strang Carie Dever

Hit By Pitch 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

43 42 28 27 26 26 25 22 15 12 12

1987-90 1999-2002 1993-96 1991-94 1981-84 1984-86 1987-90 1983, 85 1985-88 1988-91 1990-93

2003-06 1999-2002 1988-91 1997-2000 1991-94 1996-98 1997-2000 2009-12 1985-88 1987-90

Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Leticia Pacheco 2002-05 Haley Perkins 2006-09 Nichole Willis 2004-07 Courtney Moore 2010-12 Haley Gilleland 2008-11 Vanessa Czarnecki 1999-2002 Becky Witt 1988-2001 Caitlin Stiglich 2008-11 Randi Berg 1994-97 RaeAnn Pifferini 1988-91

Jo 2012Pini

ERA (min. 100 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 5. 8. 9. 10.

0.42 0.51 0.53 0.54 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.56 0.61 0.66

Terry Carpenter Jamie Southern Barbara Cambria Ella Vilche Amanda Scott Lori Romeiro Melanie Parrent Carie Dever Wende Ward Marcie Green

1989-92 2002-05 1982-85 1982-83 1997-2000 1983-85, 87 1985-88 1987-90 1980-83 1990-93

Fewest ER Allowed (min. 500 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

44 56 58 64 68 74 75 77 79 97

Barbara Cambria Lori Romeiro Terry Carpenter Carie Dever Amanda Scott Marcie Green Melanie Parrent Wende Ward Jamie Southern Lindsay Parker

Appearances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

170 150 147 137 136 126 119 118 111 110

Jamie Southern Amanda Scott Morgan Melloh Melanie Parrent Terry Carpenter Maureen Brady Marcie Green Wende Ward Carie Dever Mackenzie Oakes

Games Started 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 8. 10.

147 130 126 123 112 112 107 105 105 95

Jamie Southern Terry Carpenter Melanie Parrent Amanda Scott Morgan Melloh Marcie Green Wende Ward Maureen Brady Carie Dever Lori Romeiro

Terry Carpenter

1982-85 1983-85, 87 1989-92 1987-90 1997-2000 1990-93 1985-88 1980-83 2002-05 1996-99

2002-05 1997-2000 2008-10 1985-88 1989-92 1992-95 1990-93 1980-83 1987-90 2009-12

2002-05 1989-92 1985-88 1997-2000 2008-10 1990-93 1980-83 1992-95 1987-90 1983-85, 87

Wins (min. 10 decisions) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

118-34 107-25 106-18 93-28 90-34 86-26 84-21 80-31 77-36 69-25

Jamie Southern Terry Carpenter Amanda Scott Melanie Parrent Morgan Melloh Marcie Green Carie Dever Maureen Brady Wende Ward Lori Romeiro

2002-05 1989-92 1997-2000 1985-88 2008-10 1990-93 1987-90 1992-94 1980-83 1983-85, 87

Consecutive Wins (min. 10 decisions) 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 6. 6. 10.

19 17 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11

Amanda Scott Marcie Green Terry Carpenter Lindsay Parker Melanie Parrent Mackenzie Oakes Morgan Melloh Jamie Southern Carie Dever Lori Romeiro

Complete Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

141 126 117 114 107 104 102 95 94 81

Jamie Southern Terry Carpenter Melanie Parrent Amanda Scott Wende Ward Marcie Green Carie Dever Morgan Melloh Maureen Brady Lori Romeiro

Innings Pitched 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,088.2 Jamie Southern 960.2 Terry Carpenter 933.2 Melanie Parrent 877.1 Wende Ward 871.0 Amanda Scott 841.0 Morgan Melloh 806.2 Carie Dever 779.1 Marcie Green 748.2 Maureen Brady 708.1 Lori Romeiro

Jamie Southern

1997-2000 1990-93 1989-92 1996-99 1985-88 2009 2008-10 2002-05 1987-90 1983-85, 87

2002-05 1989-92 1985-88 1997-2000 1980-83 1990-93 1987-90 2008-10 1992-95 1983-85, 87

2002-05 1989-92 1985-88 1980-83 1997-2000 2008-10 1987-90 1990-93 1992-95 1983-85, 87

RECORDS

RECORDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10.

977 957 885 866 849 833 825 822 820 808

*Martha Noffsinger 1987-90 Gina LoPiccolo 1988-91 Carie Dever 1987-90 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98 Lindsay Fossatti 1999-2002 Randi Berg 1994-97 Kim Maher 1991-94 Christa Yorke 1991-94 Gena Strang 1985-88

Hitting Streak

Home Runs

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FRESNO STATE Consecutive Scoreless IP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10.

60.0 53.0 52.1 49.0 47.2 43.2 35.0 35.0 31.1 28.0

Lori Romeiro Amanda Scott Jamie Southern Lindsay Parker Leslie Poole Melanie Parrent Maureen Brady Wende Ward Morgan Melloh Michelle Moses

1983-85, 87 1997-2000 2002-05 1996-99 2001-03 1985-88 1992-95 1980-83 2008-10 2009-12

Fewest Walks Allowed (min. 500 IP) 1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

110 124 124 138 149 162 173 174 180 193

Strikeouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11.

1,321 1,138 851 771 691 644 644 584 536 521 509

Barbara Cambria Lindsay Parker Melanie Parrent Marcie Green Amanda Scott Terry Carpenter Jamie Southern Lori Romeiro Carie Dever Maureen Brady

1982-85 1996-99 1985-88 1990-93 1997-2000 1989-92 2002-05 1983-85, 87 1987-90 1992-95

Jamie Southern Morgan Melloh Amanda Scott Robin Mackin Wende Ward Michelle Moses Terry Carpenter Marcie Green Lori Romeiro Carie Dever Melanie Parrent

2002-05 2008-10 1997-2000 2006-07 1980-83 2009-12 1989-92 1990-93 1983-85, 87 1987-90 1985-88

Strikeouts Per 7/IP (min. 500 IP)

54

9.47 9.20 8.49 7.62 6.84 5.79 5.51 5.30 5.25

Morgan Melloh Robin Mackin Jamie Southern Michelle Moses Amanda Scott Lindsay Parker Wende Ward Lori Romeiro Marcie Green

2008-10 2006-07 2002-05 2009-12 1997-2000 1996-99 1980-83 1983-85, 87 1990-93

10. 4.69

Terry Carpenter

1989-92

Lindsay Parker

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

79 73 68 59 59 56 48 43 42 37

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4. 7. 8. 9. 9. 9. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10.

11 10 7 5 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Jamie Southern Terry Carpenter Amanda Scott Melanie Parrent Marcie Green Carie Dever Wende Ward Lori Romeiro Morgan Melloh Barbara Cambria

2002-05 1989-92 1997-2000 1985-88 1990-92 1987-90 1980-83 1983-85, 87 2008-10 1982-85

Jamie Southern Amanda Scott Morgan Melloh Michelle Moses Robin Mackin Maureen Brady Lori Romeiro Lindsay Parker Mackenzie Oakes Jennifer Clark Barbara Cambria Ashley Cox Kim Peck Kelly Sparks Lisa Mize Tina Zanola Lori Hoffman Leslie Poole

2002-05 1997-2000 2008-10 2009-12 2006-07 1992-95 1983-85, 87 1996-99 2009-12 1994-97 1982-85 2008-11 1996-98 1994-95 1993 1984 2001-04 2001-03

No-Hitters 1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 6. 6. 6. 10. 10. 10. 10.

8 7 6 6 6 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3

Jamie Southern Melanie Parrent Amanda Scott Wende Ward Carie Dever Marcie Green Lori Romeiro Barbara Cambria Terry Carpenter Michelle Moses Mackenzie Oakes Robin Mackin Kristen Hunter

2002-05 1985-88 1997-2000 1980-83 1987-90 1990-93 1983-85, 87 1982-85 1989-92 2009-12 2009-12 2006-07 1999-2000

TOP 10 SEASON BATTING LEADERS Games Played 1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 6. 8. 8. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10.

Seven players Two Players Three players Six players Five players Six players Five players Two players Six players Three players Seven players Five players Eight players Three players

Batting Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9. 10. 10.

1996 1995 1998 1998 2006 1997 1995 1994 1997 1997 1994

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10.

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

77 75 72 72 72 70 70 69 69 68 68 68 68 68

Nina Lindenberg Robyn Yorke Laura Berg Nina Lindenberg Christina Clark Laura Berg Laura Berg Robyn Yorke Robyn Yorke Robyn Yorke Kim Maher

.508 .481 .458 .449 .430 .424 .424 .424 .423 .421 .421

1990 1989 1990 1988 1989 1997 1990 1989 1997 1987

*Julie Smith *Kathy Mayer Martha Noffsinger Kathy Mayer Martha Noffsinger Laura Berg Kerri Donis Gina LoPiccolo Robyn Yorke Martha Noffsinger

263 255 250 250 248 245 242 242 241 240

1995 1998 1997 1997 1995 1996 1990 1989 1998 2004 1999

*Robyn Yorke 114 Laura Berg 108 Laura Berg 104 Robyn Yorke 102 Laura Berg 101 *Nina Lindenberg 99 *Martha Noffsinger/Julie Smith 93 *Martha Noffsinger 91 Nina Lindenberg 89 Christina Clark 88 Becky Witt 88

At Bats

Runs 1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 5. 5. 8. 8. 10.

Wende Ward

1990 1999 1984 1989 1988 2002 1987 1997 1995 2004 2000 1992 1991 1985

1998 1998 1997 2004 2008 1999 1995 1998 1996 1997

Laura Berg Becky Witt Laura Berg Christina Clark Haley Perkins Becky Witt Laura Berg Nina Lindenberg Nina Lindenberg Robyn Yorke

Julie Smith

72 69 69 63 62 62 62 61 61 57

2011

Slugging Percentage

Doubles 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 6. 6. 6. 10.

1996 1999 2006 1997 1989 2010 2008 1997 1994 1988

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5. 5. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8.

1995 1984 1998 1981 2008 1997 1987 1999 1992 1989 1988 1987

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 7. 10. 10.

2004 2010 2012 2005 2003 1994 2008 1998 1993 1998 1996

Triples

Home Runs

*Nina Lindenberg *Angela Cervantez Christina Clark Amanda Scott Gina LoPiccolo Andrea Ortega Caitlin Stiglich Laura Berg/Nina Lindenberg Kim Maher Kathy Mayer

29 26 19 19 17 16 16 16 16 16

Laura Berg 11 Rene Polanco 9 Nina Lindenberg 8 Sandi Taylor 8 Haley Perkins 7 Laura Berg/Nina Lindenberg 7 Gena Strang 7 Angela Cervantez/Lovie Jung 6 Kim Maher 6 Shelly Stokes 6 Gena Strang 6 Martha Noffsinger 6 Christina Clark Michelle Moses Michelle Moses Christina Clark Christina Clark Michelle Bolt Jenna Cervantez Amanda Scott Kim Maher Nina Lindenberg Nina Lindenberg

23 19 18 16 15 15 14 14 14 13 13

Christina Clark *Gina LoPiccolo Aja Scheuber Gina LoPiccolo Lindsay Fossatti Angela Cervantez Lindsay Fossatti Caitlin Stiglich Nina Lindenberg Carie Dever

43 43 42 35 34 34 31 30 30 30

Walks 1. 1. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 8. 8.

2006 1991 2008 1990 2002 1999 1999 2008 1996 1988

Total Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 5. 8. 9. 10.

2004 1996 1998 1999 2003 1997 1994 1997 1995 2010

Christina Clark *Nina Lindenberg Nina Lindenberg Angela Cervantez Christina Clark Nina Lindenberg Kim Maher Laura Berg Laura Berg Michelle Moses

Michelle Bolt 2012

178 175 153 146 141 141 141 140 139 132

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1996 2004 1998 2006 2003 2005 1994 2010 1993 1999

Nina Lindenberg Christina Clark Nina Lindenberg Christina Clark Christina Clark Christina Clark Kim Maher Michelle Moses Kim Maher Angela Cervantez

.897 .802 .773 .739 .738 .731 .698 .691 .677 .661

BI R 1. 1998 2. 1999 3. 1998 4. 1997 4. 1994 6. 1996 7. 1997 8. 2010 9. 2004 9. 1994 10. 2008

Nina Lindenberg Angela Cervantez Amanda Scott Nina Lindenberg Kim Maher Nina Lindenberg Amanda Scott Michelle Moses Christina Clark Michelle Bolt Caitlin Stiglich

77 73 72 64 64 60 59 57 56 56 52

tolen Bases S 1. 2011 Haley Gilleland 1. 1980 Karen Tabor 2. 2008 Haley Gilleland 3. 2010 Haley Gilleland 4. 2001 Becky Witt 5. 1998 Laura Berg 5. 1987 Martha Noffsinger 7. 2009 Haley Gilleland 8. 1990 Julie Smith 8. 1986 Kerry Steitz 10. 2007 Haley Perkins 10. 2000 Becky Witt 10. 1999 Becky Witt 10. 1994 Robyn Yorke 10. 1991 Julie Smith 10. 1982 Janee Silva

27 27 23 21 18 16 16 15 14 14 12 12 12 12 12 12

Total Sacrifices 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4. 7. 8. 9. 9. 9. 9. 9.

1990 1989 2002 1994 1992 1985 1984 1981 2003 1996 1991 1990 1986

Martha Noffsinger Martha Noffsinger Vanessa Czarnecki Christa Yorke Donna McDaniel Rita Walker Chris Elze Janee Silva Angelina Diaz Jo Pini RaeAnn Pifferini Carie Dever Karin Richter

Hit By Pitch 1. 1. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 7. 7. 10. 10.

1997 1995 2002 2007 2004 2012 2011 2003 1998 2009 1999

Laura Berg Laura Berg Leticia Pacheco Nichole Willis Leticia Pacheco Courtney Moore Courtney Moore Leticia Pacheco Laura Berg Haley Perkins Vanessa Czarnecki

Kim Maher

31 28 27 26 26 26 23 21 20 20 20 20 20 14 14 13 12 12 11 10 10 10 9 9

GRAND SLAMS 2012 COURTNEY MOORE VS. TOLEDO (FEB. 9) Michelle Moses at Nevada (March 24) 2011 Caitlin Stiglich vs. UMass (February 27); MICHELLE MOSES AT UTAH STATE (APRIL 22); Nicole Angene at Utah State (April 23) 2010 KAITLIN GRIFFIN VS. SANTA CLARA (FEBRUARY 12); Michelle Moses vs. Utah (February 25); Caitlin Stiglich at Hawaii (May 1) 2009 Caitlin Stiglich vs. Wisconsin (February 28); at New Mexico State (March 27); Alexis Lujan at New Mexico State (March 27); Michelle Moses vs. Long Beach State (May 16) 2005 CHRISTINA CLARK VS. UC SANTA BARBARA (MARCH 11); RACHAEL DONALDSON VS. UC SANTA BARBARA (MARCH 11); CHRISTINA CLARK VS. UTEP (MAY 13) 2004 Christina Clark at UTEP (May 1); vs. No. 13 Pacific (March 20); Veronica Green vs. Syracuse (Feb. 14) 2003 CHRISTINA CLARK VS. LOUISIANA TECH (MAY 10); Lori Hoffman at Nevada (April 26) 2001 Lindsay Fossatti at Arizona (April 18) 2000 Angela Cervantez at Hawai’i (April 15); Amanda Scott vs. Kansas (Feb. 11) 1998 Amanda Scott at Oklahoma (April 16); at New Mexico (April 5); Nina Lindenberg at Tulsa (April 18) 1997 Trina Puckett vs. Washington (Feb. 16) 1996 Jenifer Henry at San Diego State (Feb. 18) 1994 Laura Berg vs. Illinois State (Feb. 19) 1991 Gina LoPiccolo vs. New Mexico (March 2); vs. CS Northridge (March 21) BOLD DENOTES GRAND SLAM AT BULLDOG DIAMOND

Most Grand Slams By A Bulldog (SINCE 1991) Christina Clark 5 Caitlin Stiglich 4 Michelle Moses 4 Amanda Scott 3 Gina LoPiccolo 2 Nicole Angene 1 Laura Berg 1 Angela Cervantez 1 Rachael Donaldson 1 Lindsay Fossatti 1 Veronica Green 1 Jenifer Henry 1 Lori Hoffman 1 Kaitlin Griffin 1 Nina Lindenberg 1 Alexis Lujan 1 Courtney Moore 1 Trina Puckett 1

Most Bulldog Diamond Grand Slams By A Bulldog (SINCE 1991)

Christina Clark Rachael Donaldson Kaitlin Griffin Courtney Moore

3 1 1 1

Jenna Cervantez

RECORDS

RECORDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Shutouts

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FRESNO STATE TOP 10 SEASON PITCHING LEADERS

Appearances 1. 170 2. 150 3. 147 4. 137 5. 136 6. 126 7. 119 8. 118 9. 111 10. 110

Jamie Southern Amanda Scott Morgan Melloh Melanie Parrent Terry Carpenter Maureen Brady Marcie Green Wende Ward Carie Dever Mackenzie Oakes

Wins (min. 10 decisions)

1. 118-34 Jamie Southern 2. 107-25 Terry Carpenter 3. 106-18 Amanda Scott 4. 93-28 Melanie Parrent 5. 90-34 Morgan Melloh 6. 86-26 Marcie Green 7. 84-21 Carie Dever 8. 80-31 Maureen Brady 9. 77-36 Wende Ward 10. 69-25 Lori Romeiro

2002-05 1997-2000 2008-10 1985-88 1989-92 1992-95 1990-93 1980-83 1987-90 2009-12

2002-05 1989-92 1997-2000 1985-88 2008-10 1990-93 1987-90 1992-94 1980-83 1983-85, 87

Consecutive Wins (min. 10 decisions) 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 6. 6. 10.

19 17 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11

Amanda Scott Marcie Green Terry Carpenter Lindsay Parker Melanie Parrent Mackenzie Oakes Morgan Melloh Jamie Southern Carie Dever Lori Romeiro

1997-2000 1990-93 1989-92 1996-99 1985-88 2009 2008-10 2002-05 1987-90 1983-85, 87

Games Started

1. 147 2. 130 3. 126 4. 123 5. 112 5. 112 7. 107 8. 105 8. 105 10. 95

Jamie Southern Terry Carpenter Melanie Parrent Amanda Scott Morgan Melloh Marcie Green Wende Ward Maureen Brady Carie Dever Lori Romeiro

Innings Pitched

1. 1,088.2 Jamie Southern 2. 960.2 Terry Carpenter 3. 933.2 Melanie Parrent 4. 877.1 Wende Ward 5. 871.0 Amanda Scott 6. 841.0 Morgan Melloh 7. 806.2 Carie Dever 8. 779.1 Marcie Green 9. 748.2 Maureen Brady 10. 708.1 Lori Romeiro

Consecutive Scoreless IP

1. 60.0 2. 53.0 3. 52.1 4. 49.0 5. 47.2 6. 43.2 7. 35.0 7. 35.0 9. 31.1 10. 28.0

Lori Romeiro Amanda Scott Jamie Southern Lindsay Parker Leslie Poole Melanie Parrent Maureen Brady Wende Ward Morgan Melloh Michelle Moses

2002-05 1989-92 1985-88 1997-2000 2008-10 1990-93 1980-83 1992-95 1987-90 1983-85, 87

2002-05 1989-92 1985-88 1980-83 1997-2000 2008-10 1987-90 1990-93 1992-95 1983-85, 87

RECORDS

Jamie Southern 2002-05 Terry Carpenter 1989-92 Melanie Parrent 1985-88 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Wende Ward 1980-83 Marcie Green 1990-93 Carie Dever 1987-90 Morgan Melloh 2008-10 Maureen Brady 1992-95 Lori Romeiro 1983-85, 87

1983-85, 87 1997-2000 2002-05 1996-99 2001-03 1985-88 1992-95 1980-83 2008-10 2009-12

Strikeouts Per 7/IP (min. 500 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

9.47 9.20 8.49 7.62 6.84 5.79 5.51 5.30 5.25 4.69

Morgan Melloh Robin Mackin Jamie Southern Michelle Moses Amanda Scott Lindsay Parker Wende Ward Lori Romeiro Marcie Green Terry Carpenter

110 124 124 138 149 162 173 174 180 193

Strikeouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11.

1,321 1,138 851 771 691 644 644 584 536 521 509

Barbara Cambria Lindsay Parker Melanie Parrent Marcie Green Amanda Scott Terry Carpenter Jamie Southern Lori Romeiro Carie Dever Maureen Brady

1982-85 1996-99 1985-88 1990-93 1997-2000 1989-92 2002-05 1983-85, 87 1987-90 1992-95

Jamie Southern Morgan Melloh Amanda Scott Robin Mackin Wende Ward Michelle Moses Terry Carpenter Marcie Green Lori Romeiro Carie Dever Melanie Parrent

2002-05 2008-10 1997-2000 2006-07 1980-83 2009-12 1989-92 1990-93 1983-85, 87 1987-90 1985-88

2008-10 2006-07 2002-05 2009-12 1997-2000 1996-99 1980-83 1983-85, 87 1990-93 1989-92

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

2006 2010 2009 2005 2003 2008 2007 2010 2004 2002 2000

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4. 7. 8. 9. 9. 9. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10.

11 10 7 5 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Robin Mackin Morgan Melloh Morgan Melloh Jamie Southern Jamie Southern Morgan Melloh Robin Mackin Michelle Moses Jamie Southern Jamie Southern Amanda Scott

10.3 10.2 9.9 9.3 8.9 8.8 8.3 8.2 8.1 8.0 8.0

Jamie Southern 2002-05 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Morgan Melloh 2008-10 Michelle Moses 2009-12 Robin Mackin 2006-07 Maureen Brady 1992-95 Lori Romeiro 1983-85, 87 Lindsay Parker 1996-99 Mackenzie Oakes 2009-12 Jennifer Clark 1994-97 Barbara Cambria 1982-85 Ashley Cox 2008-11 Kim Peck 1996-98 Kelly Sparks 1994-95 Lisa Mize 1993 Tina Zanola 1984 Lori Hoffman 2001-04 Leslie Poole 2001-03

ERA (min. 100 IP) 1. 0.42 2. 0.51 3. 0.53 4. 0.54 5. 0.55 5. 0.55 5. 0.55 8. 0.56 9. 0.61 10. 0.66

Terry Carpenter 1989-92 Jamie Southern 2002-05 Barbara Cambria 1982-85 Ella Vilche 1982-83 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Lori Romeiro 1983-85, 87 Melanie Parrent 1985-88 Carie Dever 1987-90 Wende Ward 1980-83 Marcie Green 1990-93

Fewest ER Allowed (min. 500 IP) 1. 44 2. 56 3. 58 4. 64 5. 68 6. 74 7. 75 8. 77 9. 79 10. 97

Shutouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

79 73 68 59 59 56 48 43 42 37

Barbara Cambria 1982-85 Lori Romeiro 1983-85, 87 Terry Carpenter 1989-92 Carie Dever 1987-90 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Marcie Green 1990-93 Melanie Parrent 1985-88 Wende Ward 1980-83 Jamie Southern 2002-05 Lindsay Parker 1996-99

Jamie Southern 2002-05 Terry Carpenter 1989-92 Amanda Scott 1997-2000 Melanie Parrent 1985-88 Marcie Green 1990-92 Carie Dever 1987-90 Wende Ward 1980-83 Lori Romeiro 1983-85, 87 Morgan Melloh 2008-10 Barbara Cambria 1982-85

BULLDOG NO-HITTERS Of the 69 no-hitters tossed by 19 different Bulldog pitchers, Fresno State has recorded 14 perfect games by eight different ‘Dogs – the most recent by Mackenzie Oakes (Georgetown, March 13, 2010). The most no-hitters tossed in one season were five in 1984 and 1986. Barbara Cambria, who tossed the program’s first perfect game, threw three no-hitters in 1984 while Melanie Parrent had three in 1986 and Jamie Southern had three in 2002. Of the 14 perfect games recorded, nine have happened at Bulldog Diamond. Southern holds the distinction of tossing the most no-no’s (8) as well as recording the most perfect games (4).

Lori Romeiro

Maureen Brady

Shelly Stokes 2011

2012

FRESNO STATE CAREER NO-HITTERS

NO. DATE PITCHER OPPONENT 1. 5-9-80 # Wende Ward Arizona State 2. 4-21-81 Wende Ward Santa Clara 3. 3-13-82 Wende Ward Sacramento State 4. 3-23-82 * Barbara Cambria U.S. International 5. 4-23-82 * Wende Ward San Francisco State 6. 4-6-83 * Wende Ward Santa Clara 7. 4-8-83 Ella Vilche UC Santa Barbara 8. 4-29-83 Wende Ward Sacramento State 9. 3-3-84 Barbara Cambria California 10. 3-21-84 Barbara Cambria Oregon State 11. 3-23-84 Barbara Cambria California 12. 5-3-84 Lori Romeiro Oregon 13. 5-4-84 Lori Romeiro Pacific 14. 2-23-85 Melanie Parrent Cal Poly-Pomona 15. 3-27-85 Lori Romeiro Oregon State 16. 5-17-85 # Lori Romeiro Cal Poly-Pomona 17. 2-23-86 * Melanie Parrent Cal Poly 18. 4-6-86 Patricia Sanchez Stanford 19. 4-11-86 * Melanie Parrent Oregon 20. 4-19-86 Melanie Parrent CS Bakersfield 21. 5-10-86 Melanie Parrent California 22. 3-14-87 Melanie Parrent Hawai’i 23. 2-21-88 Carie Dever Nevada 24. 3-12-88 Carie Dever Pacific 25. 3-19-88 Melanie Parrent Michigan 26. 2-18-89 Carie Dever Saint Mary’s 27. 2-18-89 Terry Carpenter Saint Mary’s 28. 3-14-89 Carie Dever Adelphi 29. 3-14-89 Terry Carpenter Adelphi 30. 3-8-90 Carie Dever UNLV 31. 3-18-90 Carie Dever Massachusetts 32. 3-19-90 Marcie Green Hawai’i 33. 5-6-90 Marcie Green UC Santa Barbara 34. 2-9-91 Marcie Green California 35. 3-1-91 Amy Windmiller McNeese State 36. 3-19-91 Marcie Green Missouri 37. 4-10-92 Terry Carpenter Cal Poly-Pomona 38. 5-2-92 * Terry Carpenter UC Santa Barbara 39. 2-12-95 Jennifer Clark San Jose State 40. 3-29-96 * Lindsay Parker California 41. 3-26-97 Jennifer Clark Oregon 42. 4-05-98 * Amanda Scott New Mexico 43. 5-22-98 # Amanda Scott Michigan 44. 2-23-99 Kristen Hunter Hawai’i 45. 3-4-99 Kristen Hunter Long Beach State 46. 3-12-99 * Amanda Scott Miami-Ohio 47. 4-3-99 Lindsay Parker UNLV 48. 2-17-00 Amanda Scott CS Northridge 49. 3-1-00 Kristen Hunter UC Santa Barbara 50. 3-3-00 Amanda Scott Florida State 51. 3-4-00 Amanda Scott Michigan 52. 3-3-02 * Jamie Southern UC Riverside 53. 3-12-02 Jamie Southern Tennessee Tech 54. 4-13-02 * Jamie Southern San Jose State 55. 2-15-04 * Jamie Southern Texas A&M 56. 2-17-05 Jamie Southern Utah 57. 3-25-05 * Jamie Southern Dartmouth 58. 5-14-05 Jamie Southern UTEP 59. 5-20-05 # Jamie Southern BYU 60. 3-4-06 Robin Mackin San Diego State 61. 3-10-06 Robin Mackin Ball State 62. 3-08-07 Robin Mackin BYU 63. 2-13-10 Morgan Melloh Pacific 64. 2-14-10 Mackenzie Oakes Sacramento State 65. 3-13-10 * Mackenzie Oakes Georgetown 66. 4-1-11 Michelle Moses Hawai’i 67. 2-19-12 Mackenzie Oakes CS Fullerton 68. 2-23-12 Michelle Moses Iowa State 69. 3-3-12 Michelle Moses Saint Joseph’s * denotes perfect game; # denotes postseason no-hitter

SCORE 3-0 3-0 9-0 4-0 4-0 10-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-0 12-0 5-0 1-0 3-0 10-0 2-0 5-0 2-0 1-0 7-0 4-0 1-0 12-0 7-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 12-0 4-0 10-0 1-0 5-0 7-0 1-0 4-0 8-0 9-0 8-0 9-0 8-0 12-0 3-0 10-0 8-0 1-0 15-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 4-0 1-0 2-0 5-0 8-0 8-0 3-0 11-0 13-0 6-0 1-0 6-0 3-0 5-0 8-0 3-0 3-0

Total No-Hitters (69) • Jamie Southern (8) • Melanie Parrent (7) • Amanda Scott (6) • Wende Ward (6) • Carie Dever (6) • Marcie Green (4) • Lori Romeiro (4) • Barbara Cambria (4) • Terry Carpenter (4) • Kristen Hunter (3) • Robin Mackin (3) • Michelle Moses (3) • Mackenzie Oakes (3) • Jennifer Clark (2) • Lindsay Parker (2) • Morgan Melloh (1) • Ella Vilche (1) • Patricia Sanchez (1) • Amy Windmiller (1)

Total Perfect Games (14) • Jamie Southern (4) • Wende Ward (2) • Melanie Parrent (2) • Amanda Scott (2) • Barbara Cambria (1) • Terry Carpenter (1) • Mackenzie Oakes (1) • Lindsay Parker (1)

Melanie Parrent

RECORDS

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141 126 117 114 107 104 102 95 94 81

. 1 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Strikeouts Per 7/IP (min. 100 IP)

Complete Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.

Fewest Walks Allowed (min. 500 IP)

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FRESNO STATE NCAA TOURNEY POSTSEASON PLAY WINS & STREAKS NCAA Tournament Appearances

School........................................Appearances 1) FRESNO STATE................................................... 30 2) UCLA....................................................... 28 3) California................................................. 27 4) Cal State Fullerton................................... 25 4) Arizona..................................................... 25 6) Florida State............................................ 24 7) Arizona State .......................................... 23 8) Texas A&M............................................... 22 9) Louisiana-Lafayette................................. 21 10) Massachusetts...................................... 20 10) Long Beach State.................................. 20

Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances

School........................................Appearances 1) FRESNO STATE....................... 30 (1982-PRESENT) 2) California ........................26 (1986-present) 3) Arizona.............................26 (1987-present) 4) Washington......................20 (1994-present) 5) Oklahoma........................18 (1994-present) 6) Massachusetts....................16 (1995-2010) 6) Cal State Fullerton...............16 (1982-1996) 8) UCLA...................................13 (1982-1994) 8) Nebraska.............................13 (1995-2007) 10) Florida State......................12 (1986-1996)

NCAA Tournament Wins*

School..................................................... Wins 1) UCLA..................................................... 183 2) Arizona................................................... 146 3) FRESNO STATE................................................... 89 4) California ................................................ 86 5) Washington.............................................. 80 6) Michigan.................................................. 66 7) Texas A&M .............................................. 61 8) Cal State Fullerton................................... 60

WCWS Appearances

School........................................Appearances 1) UCLA....................................................... 24 2) Arizona..................................................... 22 3) FRESNO STATE................................................... 12 4) California................................................. 11 5) Washington.............................................. 10 6) Michigan ................................................... 9 6) Arizona State............................................. 9 8) Florida State.............................................. 7 8) Texas A&M................................................. 7 8) Oklahoma State......................................... 7 8) Alabama.................................................... 7

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School........................................Appearances 1) Arizona.................................16 (1988-2003) 2) UCLA................... 8 (1987-94 & 1999-2006) 3) California...................................7 (1999-05) 4) FRESNO STATE.................................... 6 (1987-92) 5) Oklahoma..................................5 (2000-04) 6) Florida................................4 (2008-present) 6) Florida State..............................4 (1990-93) 6) Washington................................4 (1996-99) 6) Long Beach State......................4 (1990-93) 6) Michigan....................................4 (1995-98)

1979 AIAW REGION 8 PLAYOFFS AT CHAPMAN, CALIF. (CHAPMAN COLLEGE - HOST) Cal Poly-Pomona 3, Fresno State 0 Cal Poly 5, Fresno State 4 1980 AIAW REGION 8 PLAYOFFS AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) California 1, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Arizona State 0 California 2, Fresno State 1 1981 AIAW REGION 8 PLAYOFFS AT TEMPE, ARIZ. (ARIZONA STATE - HOST) UCLA 2, Fresno State 0 Arizona State 2, Fresno State 0 1982 NCAA NORTHWEST REGIONAL AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 2, Pacific 0 Pacific 5, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 4, Pacific 0 1982 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OMAHA, NEB. (CREIGHTON - HOST) Western Michigan 5, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 1, Oklahoma State 0 Fresno State 1, Nebraska 0 Fresno State 4, Arizona State 1 UCLA 2, Fresno State 0 (Second Place) 1983 NCAA NORTHWEST REGIONAL AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Pacific 3, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 2, Pacific 0 Pacific 3, Fresno State 0 1984 NCAA NORTHWEST REGIONAL AT LODI, CALIF. (PACIFIC - HOST) Fresno State 1, Pacific 0 Fresno State 3, Pacific 1 1984 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OMAHA, NEB. (CREIGHTON - HOST) Nebraska 2, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 1, Cal Poly-Pomona 0 Northwestern 3, Fresno State 0 (Tie Fifth Place)

1986 NCAA NORTHWEST REGIONAL AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Long Beach State 4, Fresno State 1 Long Beach State 2, Fresno State 1 1987 NCAA NORTHEAST REGIONAL AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 3, California 0 Fresno State 5, California 2

1990 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (OKLAHOMA STATE - HOST) Florida State 1, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 1, Arizona 0 Fresno State 2, Long Beach State 0 Fresno State 1, Oklahoma State 0 (10 inn.) Fresno State 1, UCLA 0 UCLA 2, Fresno State 0 (Second Place)

1995 NCAA REGION 5 AT SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (SACRAMENTO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 2, California 1 Iowa 1, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 2, California 0 Fresno State 1, Iowa 0 Iowa 2, Fresno State 1 (8 inn.)

2000 NCAA REGION 6 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 10, Maryland BC 1 (5 inn.) Florida 1, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 4, CS Fullerton 3 Fresno State 2, California 0 California 2, Fresno State 0

2008 NCAA REGION 2 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 11, Sacramento State 0 (5 inn.) California 3, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 2, San Diego State 0 (11 inn.) Fresno State 3, California 2 California 7, Fresno State 6 (9 inn.)

1996 NCAA REGION 5 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 5, Texas A&M 2 California 1, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Long Beach State 2 California 2, Fresno State 1 (9 inn.)

2001 NCAA REGION 2 AT LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (UCLA - HOST) Wisconsin 3, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 6, Coastal Carolina 4 CS Northridge 3, Fresno State 1

1997 NCAA REGION 4 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 7, California 0 Fresno State 5, Long Beach State 2 (10 inn.) Fresno State 9, California 3

2002 NCAA REGION 4 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) California 2, Fresno State 1 (10 inn.) Fresno State 1, Pacific 0 (8 inn.) CS Fullerton 1, Fresno State 0

2009 NCAA REGION 16 AT LOS ANGELES (UCLA - HOST) Fresno State 2, UNLV 1 UCLA 4, Fresno State 2 Fresno State 12, Long Beach State 2 UCLA 9, Fresno State 5

1997 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (OKLAHOMA - HOST) UCLA 2, Fresno State 0 (8 inn.) Fresno State 2, Massachusetts 1 Fresno State 7, Iowa 6 Fresno State 3, Arizona 0 Arizona 6, Fresno State 3 (Tie Third Place)

2003 NCAA REGION 2 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 3, Long Beach State 0 UCLA 3, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 2, North Carolina 0 Fresno State 1, Georgia 0 (8 inn.) Michigan State 2, Fresno State 0

1998 NCAA REGION 7 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 2, Minnesota 1 Fresno State 6, California 3 Fresno State 6, Minnesota 0

2004 NCAA REGION 7 AT STANFORD, CALIF. (STANFORD - HOST) Southern Illinois 2, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Auburn 1 (10 inn.) Pacific 6, Fresno State 1

1993 NCAA REGION 2 AT NORTHRIDGE, CALIF. (CS NORTHRIDGE - HOST) CS Northridge 2, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 2, CS Northridge 0 CS Northridge 2, Fresno State 0

1998 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (OKLAHOMA - HOST) Fresno State 6, Nebraska 1 Fresno State 8, Michigan 0 (5 inn.) Washington 3, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 6, Washington 1 Fresno State 1, Arizona 0 (1st place, National Champion)

2005 NCAA REGION 2 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 4, Long Beach State 0 Fresno State 3, BYU 0 California 3, Fresno State 1 California 1, Fresno State 0

1994 NCAA REGION 3 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 3, Central Michigan 0 Fresno State 1, Oregon 0 Fresno State 5, Oregon 0

1999 NCAA REGION 4 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 5, Florida A&M 0 Fresno State 5, Stanford 2 Fresno State 3, Texas Tech 1 Fresno State 5, Texas Tech 0

1994 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (OKLAHOMA STATE - HOST) Fresno State 1, UCLA 0 Arizona 3, Fresno State 0 Oklahoma State 2, Fresno State 0 (Tie Fifth Place)

1999 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (OKLAHOMA - HOST) Fresno State 1, Southern Mississippi 0 UCLA 1, Fresno State 0 California 1, Fresno State 0 (Tie Fifth Place)

1991 NCAA REGION 7 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 2, California 0 Fresno State 8, California 0

1987 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OMAHA, NEB. (CREIGHTON - HOST) Nebraska 1, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Arizona State 0 CS Fullerton 2, Fresno State 1 (Tie Fifth Place)

1991 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (OKLAHOMA STATE - HOST) Fresno State 2, Utah 0 Long Beach State 3, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Florida State 0 Fresno State 1, Arizona 0 UCLA 5, Fresno State 1 (13 inn.) (Third Place)

1988 NCAA WEST REGIONAL AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) California 3, Fresno State 0 (8 inn.) Fresno State 3, California 0 Fresno State 5, California 2

1992 NCAA REGION 3 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 3, CS Northridge 0 Fresno State 6, CS Northridge 0

1988 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT SUNNYVALE, CALIF. (CALIFORNIA - HOST) Fresno State 3, Texas A&M 0 UCLA 6, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 1, Nebraska 0 (9 inn.) Fresno State 4, Arizona 0 Fresno State 2, UCLA 1 UCLA 3, Fresno State 0 (Second Place)

1992 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (OKLAHOMA STATE - HOST) Fresno State 4, Kansas 1 (8 inn.) Fresno State 4, Long Beach State 0 UCLA 4, Fresno State 0 Arizona 1, Fresno State 0 (Third Place)

1989 NCAA REGION 3 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 1, California 0 (10 inn.) Fresno State 6, California 0 1989 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES AT SUNNYVALE, CALIF. (CALIFORNIA - HOST) Arizona 12, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 3, Toledo 0 Fresno State 5, Cal Poly-Pomona 1 Fresno State 7, Oklahoma State 0 UCLA 1, Fresno State 0 (Second Place) 1990 NCAA REGION 2 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 11, Creighton 1 Fresno State 2, Creighton 1

2011

2012

2010 NCAA REGION 5 AT LOS ANGELES (UCLA - HOST) San Diego State 3, Fresno State 2 Fresno State 6, Saint Mary’s 0 Fresno State 4, San Diego State 3 UCLA 7, Fresno State 2 2011 NCAA REGION 15 AT STANFORD (STANFORD - HOST) Fresno State 1, Nebraska 0 (10 inn.) Stanford 3, Fresno State 1 Nebraska 5, Fresno State 0

2006 NCAA REGION 6 AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 2, CS Fullerton 0 Fresno State 3, Stanford 0 Stanford 9, Fresno State 3 Stanford 3, Fresno State 0 2007 NCAA REGION 7 AT STANFORD, CALIF. (STANFORD - HOST) Fresno State 2, Stanford 0 LSU 1, Fresno State 0 Stanford 1, Fresno State 0

RETURNING TO FRESNO FROM THE 1982 WCWS WITH THE RUNNERUP TROPHY.

RECORDS

RECORDS

Consecutive WCWS Appearances

1978 AIAW REGION 8 PLAYOFFS AT SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (SACRAMENTO STATE - HOST) Fresno State 8, Nevada 0 Cal Poly-Pomona 5, Fresno State 0

1985 NCAA NORTHWEST REGIONAL AT FRESNO, CALIF. (FRESNO STATE - HOST) Cal Poly-Pomona 4, Fresno State 0 Fresno State 1, Cal Poly-Pomona 0 Cal Poly-Pomona 1, Fresno State 0

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FRESNO STATE POST SEASON RECORD NCAA REGIONALS..... W L PCT.

vs. Auburn..............................1 0 1.000 2004...................................1 0 1.000 vs. BYU...................................1 0 1.000 2005...................................1 0 1.000

SCORES

vs. CS Fullerton......................2 1 .667 2000...................................1 0 1.000 2002...................................0 1 .000 2006...................................1 0 1.000

3-1 3-0

vs. North Carolina...................1 0 1.000 2003...................................1 0 1.000

0-4, 1-0, 0-1 4-3 0-1 2-0

vs. CS Northridge...................3 3 .500 1992...................................2 0 1.000 3-0, 6-0 1993...................................1 2 .333 1-2, 2-0, 0-2 2001...................................0 1 .000 1-3 vs. Central Michigan...............1 0 1.000 1994...................................1 0 1.000

3-0

vs. Coastal Carolina...............1 0 1.000 2001...................................1 0 1.000

6-4

vs. Creighton..........................2 0 1.000 1990...................................2 0 1.000 vs. Florida...............................0 1 .000 2000...................................0 1 .000 vs. Florida A&M......................1 0 1.000 1999...................................1 0 1.000 vs. Georgia.............................1 0 1.000 2003...................................1 0 1.000 vs. Iowa..................................1 2 .333 1995...................................1 2 .333

60

11-1, 2-1 0-1 5-0

1-0, 0-5

vs. CS Fullerton......................0 1 .000 1987...................................0 1 .000 vs. Florida State.....................1 1 .500 1990...................................0 1 .000 1991...................................1 0 1.000

2-0 1-0, 5-0

vs. Pacific...............................6 4 .600 1982...................................2 1 .667 2-0, 1-5, 4-0 1983...................................1 2 .333 1-3, 2-0, 0-3 1984...................................2 0 1.000 1-0, 3-1 2002...................................1 0 1.000 1-0 2004...................................0 1 .000 1-6 vs. Sacramento State.............1 0 1.000 2008...................................1 0 1.000

11-0

vs. Saint Mary’s......................1 0 1.000 2010...................................1 0 1.000

6-0

vs. San Diego State................2 1 1.000 2008...................................1 0 1.000 2010...................................1 1 .500

2-0 2-3, 4-3

vs. Southern Illinois................0 1 .000 2004...................................0 1 .000

0-2

vs. Stanford............................3 4 .429 1999...................................1 0 1.000 5-2 2006...................................1 2 .333 3-0, 3-9, 0-3 2007...................................1 1 .500 2-0, 0-1 2011...................................0 1 .000 1-3 vs. Texas A&M........................1 0 1.000 1996...................................1 0 1.000 vs. Texas Tech........................2 0 1.000 1999...................................2 0 1.000 vs. UCLA................................0 4 2003...................................0 1 2009...................................0 2 2010...................................0 1

.000 .000 .000 .000

5-2 3-1, 5-0 0-3 2-4, 5-9 2-7 2-1

1-0

vs. Wisconsin.........................0 1 .000 2001...................................0 1 .000

1-3

0-1, 1-0, 1-2

NCAA WCWS.............. W L PCT.

SCORES

1-4, 1-2 3-2 5-2 3-0 4-0 12-2 0-1

vs. Md.-Baltimore County......1 0 1.000 2000...................................1 0 1.000

10-1

vs. Minnesota ........................2 0 1.000 1998...................................2 0 1.000

NCAA WCWS.............. W L PCT.

vs. UNLV.................................1 0 1.000 2009...................................1 0 1.000

vs. LSU...................................0 1 .000 2007...................................0 1 .000

vs. Michigan State..................0 1 .000 2003...................................0 1 .000

vs. Oregon..............................2 0 1.000 1994...................................2 0 1.000

SCORES

0-2 2-1, 6-0

vs. Arizona..............................5 4 .555 1988...................................1 0 1.000 1989...................................0 1 .000 1990...................................1 0 1.000 1991...................................1 0 1.000 1992...................................0 1 .000 1994...................................0 1 .000 1997...................................1 1 .500 1998...................................1 0 1.000

4-0 0-12 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-3 3-0, 3-6 1-0

vs. Arizona State....................2 0 1.000 1982...................................1 0 1.000 1987...................................1 0 1.000

4-1 3-0

vs. California...........................0 1 .000 1999...................................0 1 .000

0-1

vs. Cal Poly-Pomona..............2 0 1.000 1984...................................1 0 1.000 1989...................................1 0 1.000

1-0 5-1

SCORES 1-2 0-1 3-0

vs. Iowa..................................1 0 1.000 1997...................................1 0 1.000

7-6

vs. Kansas..............................1 0 1.000 1992...................................1 0 1.000

4-1

vs. Long Beach State.............2 1 .667 1990...................................1 0 1.000 1991...................................0 1 .000 1992...................................1 0 1.000

2-0 0-3 4-0

vs. Massachusetts..................1 0 1.000 1997...................................1 0 1.000

2-1

vs. Michigan...........................1 0 1.000 1998...................................1 0 1.000

8-0

vs. Nebraska...........................3 2 .600 1982...................................1 0 1.000 1984...................................0 1 .000 1987...................................0 1 .000 1988...................................1 0 1.000 1998...................................1 0 1.000

1-0 0-2 0-1 1-0 6-1

vs. Northwestern....................0 1 .000 1984...................................0 1 .000

0-3

vs. Oklahoma State................3 1 .750 1982...................................1 0 1.000 1989...................................1 0 1.000 1990...................................1 0 1.000 1994...................................0 1 .000

1-0 7-0 1-0 0-2

vs. Southern Mississippi........1 0 1.000 1999...................................1 0 1.000

1-0

vs. Texas A&M........................1 0 1.000 1988...................................1 0 1.000

3-0

vs. Toledo...............................1 0 1.000 1989...................................1 0 1.000

3-0

vs. UCLA................................3 9 .250 1982...................................0 1 .000 0-2 1988...................................1 2 .333 1-6, 2-1, 0-3 1989...................................0 1 .000 0-1 1990...................................1 1 .500 1-0, 0-2 1991...................................0 1 .000 1-5 1992...................................0 1 .000 0-4 1994...................................1 0 1.000 1-0 1997...................................0 1 .000 0-2 1999...................................0 1 .000 0-1 vs. Utah..................................1 0 1.000 1991...................................1 0 1.000 vs. Washington.......................1 1 .500 1998...................................1 1 .500 vs. Western Michigan.............0 1 .000 1982...................................0 1 .000

2-0 1-3, 6-1 0-5

OVERALL POST SEASON RECORD

NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES..............30..............23 .567 OVERALL REGIONAL RECORD..................................61..............45 .575 (AIAW Regionals)...........................................2............. 7 .222 (NCAA Regionals)..........................................57........... 36 .628 TOTAL POSTSEASON RECORD..................................91..............68 .572

2011

2012

1999........................................... WAC 2000........................................... WAC 2001........................................... WAC 2002........................................... WAC 2004........................................... WAC 2005........................................... WAC 2006........................................... WAC 2009........................................... WAC

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1978........................................ NorCal 1982........................................ NorCal 1983........................................ NorCal 1985........................................NorPac 1986........................................NorPac 1987.......................................... PCAA 1988.......................................... PCAA 1989..................................... Big West 1990..................................... Big West 1991..................................... Big West 1992..................................... Big West 1996........................................... WAC 1998........................................... WAC

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TITLES 1999........................................... WAC 2007........................................... WAC 2009........................................... WAC

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP FINISHES 1982......................NCAA Runners-up 1984........................NCAA Fifth Place 1987........................NCAA Fifth Place 1988......................NCAA Runners-up 1989......................NCAA Runners-up 1990......................NCAA Runners-up 1991.......................NCAA Third Place 1992.......................NCAA Third Place 1994........................NCAA Fifth Place 1997.......................NCAA Third Place 1998...................... NCAA Champions 1999........................NCAA Fifth Place

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Year Coach

Overall League W L T Pct. W L Pct. Finish

1978 Jan Rintela 1979 Donna Pickel

12 18

5 14

0 0

.815 .582

10 13

2 3

.833 .813

1980 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

26 28 43 37 49 53 *40 54 55 58 62 57 52 38 49 50 51 55 52 65 54 39 50 36 48 43 37 47 54 38 41 35 36

15 23 11 14 23 15 16 16 17 14 15 11 16 24 16 19 11 14 11 10 14 19 20 22 20 12 19 18 13 20 21 19 23

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

.634 .550 .796 .725 .680 .779 .710 .771 .763 .805 .805 .838 .765 .613 .754 .725 .823 .797 .825 .867 .794 .672 .714 .621 .706 .782 .661 .723 .805 .655 .661 .648 .610

11 11 17 12 9 9 8 31 29 29 29 31 26 14 21 18 24 23 28 24 16 13 18 14 20 17 12 15 14 15 15 15 13

5 5 3 0 3 1 2 5 5 7 7 5 10 10 5 8 2 9 2 0 2 3 6 4 4 1 3 3 3 5 6 6 6

.686 2nd .686 2nd .850 1st 1.000 1st .750 2nd .900 1st .800 1st .861 T1st .852 T1st .806 1st .806 1st .861 1st .722 1st .583 3rd .808 3rd .692 3rd .923 1st .719 2nd .933 1st 1.000 1st (1) .889 1st .813 1st .750 1st .778 2nd .833 1st .944 1st .800 1st (2) .833 2nd (1) .823 2nd (4) .750 1st (1) .714 2nd (2) .714 T2nd (2) .684 3rd (2)

1

.732

624

Donna Pickel Donna Pickel Donna Pickel Donna Pickel Donna Pickel Donna Pickel Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright Margie Wright

Totals 35 Years

1,562 570

151

1st 2nd

.805

* According to NCAA, Wright is credited individually with 38 wins because of a forfeit doubleheader though overall wins (40) count in team totals.

( ) Denotes WAC Tournament Championship Finishes (10 WAC Tournaments held, FS has participated in seven as a league member; 6-year tournament hiatus from 2000-2005).

COACHING ACCOLADES

NFCA-Speedline National Coaching Staff of the Year 1998

Margie Wright, Head Coach, Margaret Sutter, Assistant, Mary Ivy, Assistant

Region Coach of the Year

1999 Margie Wright, West Region 1998 Margie Wright, West Region 1996 Margie Wright, West Region 1990 Margie Wright, West Region 1988 Margie Wright, West Region 1987 Margie Wright, West Region 1986 Margie Wright, Northwest Region

Conference Coach of the Year 2009 2005 2001 1999 1998 1996 1990 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Margie Wright, WAC Margie Wright, WAC Margie Wright, WAC Margie Wright, WAC Margie Wright, WAC Margie Wright, WAC Margie Wright, Big West Margie Wright, PCAA Margie Wright, PCAA Margie Wright, NorPac Donna Pickel, NorPac Donna Pickel, NorPac Donna Pickel, NorPac (co-coach of the year) Donna Pickel, NorCal Donna Pickel, NorCal (co-coach of the year) Donna Pickel, NorCal

RECORDS

RECORDS

vs. Long Beach State.............5 2 .714 1986...................................0 2 .000 1996...................................1 0 1.000 1997...................................1 0 1.000 2003...................................1 0 1.000 2005...................................1 0 1.000 2009...................................1 0 1.000

NCAA REGIONALS..... W L PCT. vs. Nebraska...........................1 1 .500 2011...................................1 1 .500

vs. California.........................15 9 .625 1987...................................2 0 1.000 3-0, 5-2 1988...................................2 1 .667 0-3, 3-0, 5-2 1989...................................2 0 1.000 1-0, 6-0 1991...................................2 0 1.000 2-0, 8-0 1995...................................2 0 1.000 2-1, 2-0 1996...................................0 2 .000 0-1, 1-2 1997...................................2 0 1.000 7-0, 9-3 1998...................................1 0 1.000 6-3 2000...................................1 1 .500 2-0, 0-2 2002...................................0 1 .000 1-2 2005...................................0 2 .000 1-3, 0-1 2008...................................1 2 .333 0-3, 3-2, 6-7 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona..............1 2 .333 1985...................................1 2 .333

CHAMPIONSHIPS

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FRESNO STATE ALL-TIME COACHING.............................................................................................................................................................................................. Cal Poly-Pomona 0-3 Cal Poly 4-5 * JC competition is not counted in overall record

Jan Rintela & Pat Gavello (1978) 12-5 .706 (1 year)

1980

Record: 26-15 • NorCal Record: 11-5 (2nd)

San Francisco State 2-3, 16-0 A Cal Poly 2-1, 4-3 A Santa Clara 11-2, 11-0 A CS Northridge 1-2, 2-0 H Pacific 0-3, 4-3 A U.S. International 1-3, 1-0 H San Francisco 3-0, 2-0 H Cal Poly 2-0, 4-5 A UC Santa Barbara 4-3, 15-8 A Cal Poly-Pomona 0-1 A U.S. International 0-1 A Pacific 2-1, 1-2 H California 1-2, 3-2 H UNLV 1-0 A Oregon 9-4 A Chico State 0-7 A California 1-6 A UC Santa Barbara 4-3, 2-0 H Santa Clara 11-1, 10-0 H San Francisco State 3-0, 5-4 H California 0-1, 0-2 A San Francisco State 3-1, 4-0 A California 0-1 H Arizona State 3-0 H California 1-2 H

1978

Record: 12-5 • 10-2 NorCal Record (1st)

Merced* 18-1, 10-0 West Hills JC* 6-1, 12-3 Taft* 10-0, 15-1 West Hills JC* 8-1, 6-0 Utah State 2-3 College of the Sequoias* 6-1, 11-1 California 3-4, 1-5, 2-0, 4-0 San Francisco 3-0 Pacific 11-4, 6-0 CS Hayward 21-0, 4-1 San Francisco 7-3, 8-1 Pacific 10-3, 6-0 Sacramento State 3-9 Nevada 8-0 Cal Poly-Pomona 0-5 * JC competition is not counted in overall record

H A H H H A A H A H H H A A A

Donna Pickel (1979-1985) 254-115 .688 (7 years)

1981

Record: 28-23 • NorCal Record: 11-5 (2nd)

1979

Record: 18-14 • NorCal Record: 13-3 (2nd)

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4-5, 1-5 5-1, 4-7 3-2, 8-1 1-8, 0-2 12-0, 4-0 6-1, 4-1 15-2 2-1, 0-1 0-6, 2-1 1-5, 3-8 0-6 1-2, 4-2 13-1, 11-0 6-3, 9-2 12-2, 6-3 2-6, 1-0 2-3, 4-2

A H A A A H H H H H A A H H A H A

Cal Poly St. Mary’s San Francisco State Oklahoma State Cal Poly-Pomona Texas Women’s New Mexico Arizona State U.S. International Pacific Utah State San Francisco Chapman College UC Santa Barbara CS Fullerton Cal Poly-Pomona San Diego State Pacific California

2-1, 4-3 10-0 9-1, 4-1 0-4 1-3 3-4 1-2 0-1 1-2, 0-4 4-2, 4-1 0-6, 1-2 5-2, 1-6 1-0 1-0 2-3 7-0 1-4 2-0, 0-1 2-1, 1-2

A H A A A A A A H A H H A A A A A H H

Santa Clara 2-0, 1-0 Sacramento State 2-0, 3-0 Nevada 4-0, 8-10 Chapman College 1-2, 0-1 CS Northridge 2-0 Santa Clara 3-0, 8-3 Oregon State 6-3 California 1-0 San Francisco 2-1 Sacramento State 1-2 California 0-3 Cal Poly 2-0, 2-1 San Francisco 1-0, 8-0 California 0-1, 2-3 UCLA 0-2 Arizona State 0-2

H H H A A A A A A A A A A A A A

1982

Record: 43-11 • NorCal Record: 17-3 (1st)

USC 7-0, 9-0 CS Northridge 4-0, 2-0 Stanford 6-3, 5-0 Santa Clara 9-0, 13-1 Pacific 2-1 Sacramento State 9-0, 7-4 U.S. International 2-1, 4-0 CS Stanislaus 14-0, 10-0 Santa Clara 18-0, 11-0 Arizona 0-1 Texas A&M 1-3 CS Dominguez Hills 3-2 UC Santa Barbara 0-2 San Francisco 0-2 UC Santa Barbara 1-0, 3-1 CS Dominguez Hills 4-3 UNLV 12-0, 16-6 California 3-1 CS Northridge 7-5 Cal Poly 4-0, 1-3 San Francisco State 4-0, 4-0 Stanford 11-0, 7-1 California 1-0, 6-0 Pacific 0-1, 4-5 San Francisco 4-2, 2-0 California 0-1, 2-1 San Francisco 4-2, 4-0 Pacific 3-1 Pacific 2-0, 1-5, 4-0 Western Michigan 0-5 Oklahoma State 1-0 Nebraska 1-0 Arizona State 4-1 UCLA 0-2

2011

H H A A T A H H H T T T T T H T T T T A H H A A A H A H H T T T T T

1983

Record: 37-14 • NorPac Record: 12-0 (1st)

San Francisco 11-1, 7-0 Cal Poly 1-0, 3-1 California 0-2, 0-2 Utah State 0-1, 11-2 Weber State 0-1, 2-1 San Francisco 2-0, 1-0 Weber State 3-1 Minnesota 5-3 CS Fullerton 0-7 California 4-0, 1-0 U.S. International 2-0, 0-1 California 4-0, 1-0 San Francisco 1-0, 1-0 Pacific 1-0, 4-0 Santa Clara 16-0, 10-0 UC Santa Barbara 1-0 UC Davis 13-0 CS Northridge 1-0 Nevada 1-2 CS Northridge 0-2, 4-0 Pacific 1-0, 1-0 Santa Clara 10-0 UC Santa Barbara 1-0, 1-0 Cal Poly-Pomona 3-0, 0-1 Oregon 6-2, 5-0 Oregon State 1-0, 5-2 San Francisco 3-2 Nebraska 1-4 UC Santa Barbara 1-0 Pacific 1-0 California 1-2 Pacific 1-3, 2-0, 0-3

H H A H H A A A A H A H H A H A A A A A H A H H A A A A A A A H

1984

Record: 49-23 • NorPac Record: 9-3 (2nd) CS Fullerton Cal Poly-Pomona UC Santa Barbara CS Hayward Santa Clara California CS Fullerton Cal Poly San Francisco Nevada Pacific Utah State Utah Oregon Oregon State South Carolina

2012

1-7, 0-3 0-1, 0-1 2-1, 2-0 4-0, 2-1 8-0, 5-0 3-0, 0-1 0-1, 0-1 2-0, 1-0 3-0, 2-4 1-0, 6-0 0-1, 5-3 7-1, 0-1 0-2, 2-3 3-0, 4-2 1-0, 1-2 8-1

A A A H A H H H H H H H H H H T

California 1-0 CS Fullerton 1-0 Cal Poly-Pomona 0-3 CS Fullerton 3-8 California 2-1, 1-0 Pacific 0-1, 1-2 U.S. International 1-0, 5-0 Santa Clara 7-0, 6-0 Arizona 0-2 Nevada 1-0 Pacific 1-2 San Francisco 4-0 San Diego State 3-1 Oregon 12-0 San Francisco 2-0, 10-0 Nevada 7-0, 2-0 Utah State 0-5, 6-2 Utah 6-1, 3-2 UC Santa Barbara 2-0, 2-0 Cal Poly-Pomona 1-0, 2-0 Oregon 1-0 San Francisco 6-1 UC Santa Barbara 2-0 California 1-2 Pacific 4-0 Oregon State 1-0 Pacific 1-0, 3-1 Nebraska 0-2 Cal Poly-Pomona 1-0 Northwestern 0-3

T T T T A A H H T T T T T T A A A A H H T T T T T T A T T T

Cal Poly-Pomona 1-3, 3-1 Oregon 4-0, 3-1 CS Fullerton 4-1 U.S. International 1-0 California 0-1 UC Santa Barbara 2-1 CS Northridge 1-0 Arizona State 0-1 CS Northridge 2-1 Arizona State 0-1 California 2-1, 3-1 Santa Clara 6-0, 3-2 UNLV 5-2, 4-0 San Francisco 3-4, 1-0 UC Santa Barbara 3-1, 7-0 Stanford 4-0, 3-0 Pacific 0-1, 1-0 California* 2-1 Oregon State* 6-1 California* 0-3, 3-1 Cal Poly-Pomona 0-4, 1-0, 0-1 * NorPac Tournament

H H T T T T T T T T A A H H H H H H H H H

1985

Record: 53-15 • NorPac Record: 9-1 (1st)

San Francisco State 8-0, 10-0 H Santa Clara 3-0, 12-0 H Cal Poly 1-0, 1-0 H San Diego State 1-0, 0-1 H California 1-0, 2-1 H CS Fullerton 1-0, 1-2 H Texas A&M 0-1, 1-5 H San Francisco 4-1, 3-0 A Long Beach State 1-0, 4-0 A Arizona State 4-0 T Nebraska 0-2 T Utah 1-0 T U.S. International 3-0 T Northwestern 1-2 T Oregon State 5-0, 1-0 H Oregon 5-1 T Hawai’i 6-0 T CS Fullerton 0-1 T Chapman College 5-2, 9-2 N Pacific 1-0, 2-0 A Nevada 1-0, 3-1 H

Donna Pickel

HISTORY

HISTORY

Cal Poly Utah State San Francisco California Pacific San Francisco Pasadena City College* Cal Poly California UC Santa Barbara Golden West* CS Northridge Santa Clara Pacific Santa Clara Chapman College Sacramento State

A A

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FRESNO STATE ALL-TIME COACHING.............................................................................................................................................................................................. Margie Wright (1986-2012) 1,294-450-1 .742 (27 years)

1986

Record: 40-16-1 • 8-2 NorPac Record (1st)

Long Beach State.........................0-4................................... N CS Fullerton..................................0-1....................................A U.S. International..........................2-3................................... N CS Fullerton..................................0-1....................................A Cal Poly........................................3-0, 3-0............................ H San Jose State.............................2-0, 1-0.............................A California......................................1-0, 2-1.............................A CS Fullerton..................................1-0....................................T Utah ............................................1-0....................................T South Florida................................4-3....................................T Oklahoma City..............................3-1....................................T Southern Utah State.....................6-1....................................T Oregon..........................................3-1....................................T CS Fullerton..................................1-4....................................T Oklahoma.....................................3-1....................................T Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-4....................................T Utah ............................................2-1....................................T U.S. International..........................2-0....................................T Arizona State................................1-0....................................T Texas A&M....................................2-1....................................T CS Fullerton..................................0-6................................... H UC Santa Barbara........................4-1, 9-4.............................A Oregon..........................................8-0, 12-6.......................... H UC Santa Barbara........................1-4, 4-1............................ H Stanford........................................10-0, 10-0........................ H Oregon..........................................2-0, 6-1.............................A Oregon State................................3-4, 2-0.............................A Pacific...........................................0-1, 2-2............................ H CS Bakersfield..............................5-0, 2-1............................ H Cal Poly-Pomona.........................0-3, 1-2.............................A California......................................1-0, 2-4............................ H UNLV ............................................1-0, 4-0............................ H San Francisco...............................1-0, 6-1.............................A San Jose State #..........................7-0, 7-0............................ H Oregon State*...............................3-0....................................T California*.....................................1-0, 2-0.............................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................0-1, 2-1............................ H Long Beach State.........................1-4, 1-2............................ H # forfeits * NorPac Tournament

1987

64

Nevada.........................................3-0................................... N California......................................0-1....................................A Cal Poly........................................3-1, 5-0............................ H Northeastern Louisiana................0-2....................................T Nebraska......................................0-4....................................T Metropolitan State (Colo.)............9-0....................................T Central Michigan..........................6-0....................................T California......................................5-0....................................T Nebraska......................................3-0....................................T Arizona.........................................2-4....................................T Hawai’i..........................................4-5, 3-1.............................A Hawai’i..........................................4-3, 1-0.............................A Hawai’i-Pacific..............................3-0, 4-1.............................A Pacific...........................................3-0, 8-2............................ H Cal Poly-Pomona.........................2-4, 2-1............................ H Utah ............................................1-0, 4-0............................ H Long Beach State.........................4-3....................................T Minnesota.....................................1-0....................................T Arizona.........................................0-1....................................T Utah State....................................2-0....................................T Indiana..........................................4-1....................................T

1988

Record: 55-17 • PCAA Record: 29-5 (T-1st)

UCLA ............................................1-5, 3-5............................ H Nevada.........................................8-0, 7-0............................ H Utah State....................................7-0....................................T Colorado State.............................3-1....................................T Stephen F. Austin.........................3-0....................................T Toledo...........................................8-2....................................T Arizona.........................................0-2....................................T Minnesota.....................................1-0....................................T Arizona State................................2-1....................................T CS Fullerton..................................1-2....................................T UNLV ............................................4-0; 6-0............................ N Pacific...........................................1-0, 4-0............................ H CS Fullerton..................................3-1, 1-4............................ H San Jose State.............................4-1, 3-2.............................A Michigan.......................................1-0, 2-0............................ H Hawai’i..........................................1-0, 1-0............................ H Hawai’i..........................................1-0, 4-0............................ H Oregon..........................................4-0....................................T Utah ............................................2-1....................................T UC Santa Barbara........................4-0....................................T Oklahoma State............................0-2....................................T CS Fullerton..................................1-0....................................T Cal Poly-Pomona.........................4-1....................................T Arizona.........................................0-4....................................T Long Beach State.........................0-1, 3-0............................ H California......................................1-3, 3-1............................ H UC Santa Barbara........................4-0, 6-0.............................A Cal Poly........................................4-0, 2-0............................ H San Diego State...........................7-0, 11-0.......................... H Cal Poly-Pomona.........................4-1, 2-3............................ H California......................................2-5, 1-0.............................A Long Beach State.........................4-1, 3-0.............................A CS Fullerton..................................2-0, 3-0.............................A San Jose State.............................1-0................................... H UNLV ............................................3-1, 2-0.............................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................0-2, 0-1.............................A U.S. International..........................4-3, 2-3............................ H Pacific...........................................2-1, 6-1.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................1-0, 1-0............................ H San Jose State.............................1-0................................... H California......................................0-3, 3-0, 5-2.................... H Texas A&M....................................3-0....................................T UCLA ............................................1-6....................................T Nebraska......................................1-0....................................T Arizona.........................................4-0....................................T UCLA ............................................2-1, 0-3.............................T

1989

Record: 58-14 • Big West Record: 29-7 (1st)

St. Mary’s.....................................12-0, 7-0.......................... H San Francisco...............................5-0................................... H U.S. International..........................6-0................................... H UCLA ............................................2-0................................... H Oklahoma.....................................9-3....................................T Oregon..........................................5-3....................................T Arizona State................................6-0....................................T Minnesota.....................................8-2....................................T New Mexico State........................6-0....................................T Northeastern Louisiana................0-2....................................T UNLV ............................................2-0, 5-2.............................A CS Fullerton..................................4-5, 8-0.............................A Adelphi.........................................2-0, 2-0............................ H Long Beach State.........................1-0, 5-0............................ H Massachusetts.............................7-0, 2-0............................ H Bowling Green..............................8-0....................................T Oregon..........................................4-1....................................T Nebraska......................................4-3....................................T U.S. International..........................1-0....................................T Texas A&M....................................3-1....................................T Oklahoma State............................0-2....................................T Pacific...........................................1-0, 1-0............................ H Hawai’i..........................................3-4, 1-0.............................A Hawai’i..........................................1-0, 3-2.............................A California......................................6-5, 6-0.............................A San Jose State.............................4-2, 3-2.............................A U.S. International..........................0-2, 1-0............................ H UC Santa Barbara........................1-0, 5-0............................ H Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-2, 3-0.............................A UCLA ............................................1-2, 1-2.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................1-0, 5-0............................ H CS Fullerton..................................3-4, 4-0............................ H Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-2, 0-1............................ H San Diego State...........................10-0, 5-0.......................... H Long Beach State.........................3-1, 1-0.............................A San Diego State...........................4-0, 10-3...........................A California......................................2-1, 3-2............................ H San Jose State.............................1-0, 7-0............................ H UNLV ............................................3-2, 4-1............................ H Pacific...........................................5-0, 4-0.............................A California......................................1-0, 6-0............................ H Arizona.........................................0-12..................................T Toledo...........................................3-0....................................T Cal Poly-Pomona.........................5-1....................................T Oklahoma State............................7-0....................................T UCLA ............................................0-1....................................T

1990

Record: 62-15 • Big West Record: 29-7 (1st)

Arizona State................................7-0....................................T UCLA ............................................1-2, 1-5.............................T Oregon..........................................8-0....................................T New Mexico State........................6-0................................... H U.S. International..........................3-0................................... H Minnesota.....................................8-0................................... H Colorado State.............................6-0....................................T Arizona.........................................1-6....................................T Minnesota.....................................8-0....................................T New Mexico..................................3-1....................................T Northwestern................................10-1..................................T New Mexico State........................6-1....................................T Arizona.........................................2-3....................................T UNLV ............................................2-5, 1-0............................ H Pacific...........................................2-1, 1-0............................ H CS Fullerton..................................7-0, 1-3............................ H San Jose State.............................1-0, 3-1.............................A Massachusetts.............................12-0, 7-0.......................... H Hawai’i..........................................4-0, 4-0............................ H Hawai’i..........................................9-1, 3-0............................ H Utah ............................................3-1....................................T Oregon..........................................0-1....................................T Bowling Green..............................4-0....................................T Oregon State................................8-0....................................T

2011

Nebraska......................................9-3....................................T Oklahoma State............................2-0....................................T Arizona.........................................1-0....................................T Long Beach State.........................2-0, 2-0............................ H UC Santa Barbara........................4-0, 2-0............................ H California......................................2-0, 1-0.............................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................5-0, 2-1............................ H California......................................2-1, 1-0............................ H San Diego State...........................8-1, 3-0............................ H Long Beach State.........................3-0, 1-3.............................A CS Fullerton..................................1-0, 3-0.............................A San Jose State.............................3-1, 1-0............................ H UNLV ............................................0-2, 6-1.............................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-2, 1-0.............................A San Diego State...........................1-0, 0-1.............................A Sacramento State ........................2-3, 2-1............................ H Pacific...........................................5-2, 4-1.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................10-0, 0-1.......................... H Creighton......................................11-1, 2-1.......................... H Florida State.................................0-1....................................T Arizona.........................................1-0....................................T Long Beach State.........................2-0....................................T Oklahoma State............................1-0....................................T UCLA ............................................1-0, 0-2.............................T

1991

Record: 57-11 • Big West Record: 31-5 (1st)

California......................................5-4, 1-0.............................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-0, 4-0............................ H Sacramento State ........................2-1, 7-2............................ H Eastern Michigan..........................8-0....................................T Arizona State................................3-2....................................T McNeese State.............................5-0....................................T New Mexico..................................15-4..................................T Texas-Arlington.............................1-0....................................T Arizona.........................................1-2....................................T New Mexico State........................5-0, 2-0.............................A Pacific...........................................3-0, 2-0.............................A CS Fullerton..................................4-1, 5-0............................ H Hawai’i..........................................6-4, 11-0...........................A Hawai’i.......................................... 5-3, 2-0............................A Missouri........................................7-0................................... H Massachusetts.............................10-0................................. H CS Northridge..............................7-1....................................T Texas A&M....................................2-0....................................T Oregon State................................1-0....................................T Colorado State.............................4-0....................................T UNLV ............................................0-1....................................T Long Beach State.........................1-2, 5-1............................ H UNLV ............................................0-2, 2-0............................ H California......................................1-0, 3-4............................ H San Jose State.............................7-0, 1-0.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................6-0, 5-0.............................A CS Fullerton..................................3-0, 4-1.............................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................4-1, 3-0.............................A Utah State....................................1-0, 7-0............................ H Utah State....................................2-1, 5-0............................ H New Mexico State........................4-0, 2-1............................ H UNLV ............................................3-0, 1-3.............................A Long Beach State.........................1-2, 1-3.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................1-0, 8-3............................ H San Jose State.............................2-1, 3-1............................ H Pacific...........................................1-0, 5-0............................ H Sacramento State ........................6-0, 2-3.............................A California......................................2-0, 8-1............................ H Utah ............................................2-0....................................T Long Beach State.........................0-3....................................T Florida State.................................3-0....................................T Arizona.........................................1-0....................................T UCLA ............................................1-5....................................T

1992

Record: 52-16 • Big West Record: 26-10 (1st)

2012

CS Northridge..............................1-0, 1-6............................ H

California......................................0-1, 0-1............................ H New Mexico State........................4-0, 8-1............................ H Sacramento State.........................1-0, 2-0.............................A Wisconsin-Green Bay...................8-0....................................T Utah ............................................2-1....................................T Wichita State................................2-1....................................T Central Michigan..........................3-0....................................T Creighton......................................5-1....................................T Western Michigan.........................6-3....................................T Oklahoma State............................3-1....................................T Arizona.........................................2-1....................................T New Mexico State........................2-0, 2-0.............................A Hawai’i..........................................1-0, 5-1, 3-2, 3-0............. H UNLV ............................................2-3, 2-0.............................A San Jose State.............................2-0, 2-1.............................A Massachusetts.............................8-2, 6-2, 3-0.................... H Illinois State..................................8-0....................................T Texas A&M....................................2-0....................................T Northwestern................................3-1....................................T Oregon..........................................8-1....................................T Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-2....................................T Pacific...........................................5-0, 1-0............................ H CS Fullerton..................................0-2, 2-1............................ H UC Santa Barbara........................5-0, 3-0............................ H Long Beach State.........................1-2, 1-0.............................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-0, 1-0.............................A Utah State....................................7-0, 1-2, 2-4, 0-3..............A San Jose State.............................3-0, 0-2............................ H UNLV ............................................3-0, 2-0............................ H Long Beach State.........................1-0, 0-1............................ H Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-0, 1-0............................ H UC Santa Barbara........................4-0, 2-0.............................A CS Fullerton..................................2-3, 1-2.............................A Pacific...........................................1-0, 2-0.............................A CS Northridge..............................3-0, 6-0............................ H Kansas..........................................4-1....................................T Long Beach State.........................4-0....................................T UCLA ............................................0-4....................................T Arizona.........................................0-1....................................T

1993

Record: 38-24 • WAC Record: 14-10 (3rd)

UCLA ............................................0-1, 1-2 ........................... H Illinois State..................................1-4 ...................................T Arizona.........................................0-1 ...................................T UCLA ............................................0-4 ...................................T Arizona State................................6-0 ...................................T Utah State....................................3-2 ...................................T San Jose State.............................6-0, 5-1 ............................A Minnesota.....................................5-4 ...................................T Arizona.........................................4-8 ...................................T Washington...................................7-0 ...................................T Northwestern................................3-0 ...................................T Northern Illinois............................15-0 .................................T Ohio State....................................9-0 ...................................T CS Fullerton..................................4-3 ...................................T Arizona.........................................1-5 ...................................T Arizona State................................1-0, 0-1 ........................... H Arizona.........................................0-2, 6-4 ........................... H Southern Utah..............................12-0, 0-1 ......................... H Utah ............................................1-0, 1-0 ........................... H Florida State.................................2-1 ...................................T Minnesota.....................................8-1 ...................................T Cal Poly-Pomona.........................4-5 ...................................T Oregon..........................................2-1 ...................................T Texas A&M....................................1-0 ...................................T Oklahoma State............................0-1 ...................................T Cal Poly-Pomona.........................8-0, 1-0 ........................... H New Mexico..................................3-5, 0-1 ............................A Pacific...........................................12-2, 8-2 ..........................A Sacramento State ........................0-1, 1-2 ............................A San Diego State...........................10-0, 3-2 ......................... H CS Northridge..............................4-1, 2-4 ........................... H Sacramento State.........................1-0, 4-0 ........................... H Southern Utah..............................0-1, 11-0 ..........................A Utah ............................................0-2, 3-2 ............................A

San Diego State...........................7-0, 3-0 ............................A CS Northridge..............................3-6, 2-1 ............................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................0-1, 4-0 ............................A New Mexico..................................1-2, 10-0 ......................... H Pacific...........................................8-1, 1-0 ........................... H CS Northridge..............................1-2, 2-0, 0-2 ....................A

1994

Record: 49-16 • WAC Record: 21-5 (3rd)

Oregon..........................................3-2 ...................................T Arizona.........................................8-9 ...................................T Illinois State..................................10-0 .................................T Arizona State................................7-6 ...................................A UNLV ............................................5-2 ...................................T Utah State....................................8-0 ...................................T CS Fullerton..................................5-0, 10-0 ......................... H Arizona State................................1-4 ...................................T Arizona.........................................2-3 ...................................A Ohio State....................................1-2 ...................................T Washington...................................4-1 ...................................T CS Fullerton..................................8-3 ...................................T Arizona State................................6-4 ...................................T Arizona.........................................0-8 ...................................A UNLV ............................................4-0, 4-3 ........................... H New Mexico..................................4-0, 4-2 ........................... H Colorado State.............................3-2, 9-2 ........................... H Nebraska......................................2-0, 6-1 ........................... H Bowling Green..............................2-0, 5-4 ........................... H Oklahoma State............................1-2 ...................................T UNLV ............................................6-3 ...................................T Washington...................................1-5 ...................................T Northwestern................................14-2 .................................T Arizona.........................................3-1................................... T Washington...................................2-3 ...................................T San Diego State...........................3-0, 3-2 ........................... H CS Northridge..............................5-2, 1-3 ........................... H Utah ............................................2-1, 6-1 ............................A UCLA ............................................6-2, 2-5 ............................A Sacramento State.........................4-1, 1-0 ........................... H San Jose State.............................9-0, 3-2 ........................... H Colorado State.............................2-1, 6-0 ............................A New Mexico..................................5-0, 6-0 ............................A Southern Utah..............................7-0, 6-0 ........................... H Utah ............................................0-1, 1-3 ........................... H Arizona State................................5-1, 6-0 ........................... H Sacramento State.........................4-2, 15-1 ..........................A CS Northridge..............................0-1, 0-2 ............................A San Diego State...........................8-0, 10-0 ..........................A Central Michigan..........................3-0 .................................. H Oregon..........................................1-0, 5-0 ........................... H UCLA ............................................1-0 .................................. N Arizona.........................................0-3 .................................. N Oklahoma State............................0-2 .................................. N

1995

Record: 50-19 • WAC Record: 18-8

San Jose State.............................5-0 ...................................T Santa Clara...................................10-0 .................................T San Jose State............................1-0 ...................................T San Jose State.............................8-0 ...................................T Santa Clara...................................9-2 ...................................T Santa Clara...................................4-1 ...................................T UCLA ............................................1-4 ...................................T Tennessee Tech............................9-0 ...................................T California......................................2-0 ...................................T Washington...................................2-0 ...................................T San Diego State...........................7-1 ...................................T Loyola Marymount........................10-0 .................................T Long Beach State.........................9-2 ...................................T CS Northridge..............................0-1 ...................................T UC Santa Barbara........................6-0, 6-2 ........................... H CS Fullerton..................................4-0, 2-1 ........................... H Northwestern................................2-0 ...................................T Oregon State................................0-1 ...................................T

HISTORY

HISTORY

Record: 54-16 • PCAA Record: 31-5 (T-1st)

U.S. International..........................11-1..................................T Arizona.........................................2-1....................................T CS Fullerton..................................0-2....................................A CS Fullerton..................................1-2....................................A UCLA ............................................0-5, 0-3.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................5-1, 8-0.............................A California......................................0-2, 3-1............................ H Pacific...........................................3-2, 3-0.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................1-0, 1-2.............................A Long Beach State.........................1-0, 3-2.............................A San Jose State.............................1-0, 7-0............................ H UNLV ............................................1-0, 4-0............................ H Long Beach State.........................3-0, 1-0............................ H U.S. International..........................2-1, 4-0............................ H San Diego State...........................3-1, 5-0............................ H San Diego State...........................4-0, 9-0............................ H CS Fullerton..................................2-3, 2-0............................ H San Jose State.............................6-1, 6-5 ............................A UNLV ............................................11-1, 7-1...........................A Cal Poly-Pomona.........................1-0, 5-1.............................A CS Fullerton..................................8-1....................................A California......................................3-0, 5-2............................ H Nebraska......................................0-1....................................T Arizona State................................3-0....................................T CS Fullerton..................................1-2....................................T

65


FRESNO STATE ALL-TIME COACHING.............................................................................................................................................................................................. MARGIE WRIGHT CONTINUED Nebraska......................................0-1 ...................................T New Mexico State........................17-0 .................................T Washington...................................6-3 ...................................T Wichita State................................6-0 ...................................T Oklahoma ....................................7-2 ...................................T Colorado State.............................2-1, 2-0........................... H New Mexico.................................10-0, 4-3 ......................... H Texas A&M....................................4-0, 3-0 ........................... H Bowling Green..............................4-1 .................................. H Oregon .........................................10-0 ................................ H Washington...................................1-2 ...................................T Kansas..........................................7-0 ...................................T DePaul..........................................10-3 .................................T UC Santa Barbara........................8-3 ...................................T CS Fullerton..................................0-4 ...................................T Sacramento State.........................0-4, 1-2 ............................A San Diego State...........................6-0, 1-0 ............................A CS Northridge..............................0-1, 9-4 ............................A Utah ............................................5-2, 3-1 ........................... H Southern Utah..............................10-0, 9-0 ......................... H Arizona.........................................0-3, 0-9 ........................... H New Mexico..................................11-2, 7-4 ..........................A Colorado State.............................0-1, 6-3 ............................A Southern Utah..............................2-1, 1-2 ............................A Utah ............................................1-5, 0-2 ............................A CS Northridge..............................1-3 .................................. H San Diego State...........................5-0, 3-0 ........................... H Cal Poly........................................3-4, 3-1 ........................... H Sacramento State.........................2-1 .................................. H California......................................2-1 .................................. N Iowa ............................................0-1 .................................. N California......................................2-0 .................................. N Iowa ............................................1-0 .................................. N Iowa ............................................1-2 .................................. N

1996

66

UCLA ............................................1-4, 5-4 ........................... H Oregon State................................2-0, 12-1 ..........................T Ohio State....................................2-0, 2-3 ............................T Southwest Texas State.................11-2 .................................T Missouri........................................11-3 .................................T San Diego State...........................10-4 .................................T DePaul..........................................8-2 ...................................T Southwest Texas State.................7-0 ...................................T Michigan.......................................4-1 ...................................T Arizona.........................................2-4 ...................................T Southern Utah..............................10-0, 7-0 ......................... H Utah ............................................4-3, 0-1 ........................... H Yale ............................................10-0, 7-0 ......................... H Ohio ............................................8-0 ...................................T CS Fullerton..................................0-1................................... T Minnesota.....................................2-1 ...................................T UNLV ............................................0-3 ...................................T CS Northridge..............................2-1 ...................................T Bowling Green..............................13-0, 10-0 ....................... H California......................................9-0, 3-0 ........................... H Sacramento State.........................2-1, 9-0 ........................... H Cal Poly .......................................9-0, 4-0 ........................... H CS Northridge..............................1-0, 3-1 ............................A San Diego State...........................2-0, 5-0 ............................A New Mexico..................................8-1, 4-0 ........................... H Colorado State.............................8-0, 3-2 ........................... H CS Fullerton..................................5-1, 2-0 ........................... H Arizona.........................................3-7, 2-1 ............................A Southern Utah..............................4-1, 9-2 ............................A Colorado State.............................14-7, 5-4 ..........................A New Mexico..................................7-0, 4-1 ............................A Cal Poly........................................1-4, 5-2 ............................A San Diego State...........................2-0, 4-0 ........................... H CS Northridge..............................3-0, 1-2 ........................... H Sacramento State.........................6-1, 4-1 ............................A Texas A&M....................................5-2 .................................. H California......................................0-1 .................................. H Long Beach State.........................3-2 .................................. H California......................................1-2 .................................. H

Record: 55-14 • WAC Record: 23-9 (2nd)

UCLA ............................................4-2, 4-3 ........................... H Oregon State................................5-0, 2-0 ........................... H Nebraska......................................3-2 ...................................T Florida State.................................2-0 ...................................T Ohio State....................................7-4 ...................................T Massachusetts.............................5-4 ...................................T Washington...................................15-5 .................................T Utah ............................................4-0, 3-5 ........................... H Tulsa ............................................10-0, 13-0, 6-0, 4-0 ........ H Colorado State.............................7-2, 5-0 ........................... H Missouri........................................11-3, 12-0 ....................... H San Diego State...........................8-0, 0-1 ............................A Arkansas.......................................8-0, 8-0 ........................... H Oklahoma.....................................2-6, 6-2 ........................... H Texas ............................................6-1 ...................................T CS Northridge..............................4-1 ...................................T Florida...........................................6-1 ...................................T Georgia State...............................12-0 .................................T Hawai’i..........................................5-1 ...................................T Oklahoma.....................................0-2 ...................................T Toledo...........................................6-0, 7-0 ........................... H Oregon..........................................10-2, 8-0 ......................... H UNLV ............................................6-1, 2-5 ........................... H New Mexico..................................1-0, 4-0 ........................... H San Jose State.............................18-0, 3-6 ..........................A Arizona.........................................5-2, 6- 5 .......................... H San Jose State.............................10-5, 2-0 ......................... H New Mexico..................................3-0, 1-3 ............................A UNLV ............................................11-1, 3-0 ..........................A Utah ............................................5-0, 4-1 ............................A Colorado State.............................0-1, 3-6 ............................A San Diego State...........................3-0, 1-2 ........................... H Long Beach State.........................8-0, 0-3 ........................... H Hawai’i..........................................2-4, 6-0, 8-0, 5-4 .............A California......................................7-0 .................................. H Long Beach State.........................5-2 .................................. H California......................................9-3 .................................. H UCLA ............................................0-2 .................................. N Massachusetts.............................2-1 .................................. N Iowa ............................................7-6 .................................. N Arizona.........................................3-0, 3-6 ........................... N

1998

Record: 52-11 • WAC Record: 28-2 (1st) NCAA Champion

Oregon..........................................9-4....................................T Alabama.......................................8-0....................................T Texas ............................................1-3....................................T Florida State.................................1-2....................................T Utah ............................................2-0, 10-2.......................... H Indiana..........................................15-0................................. H Tennessee.....................................11-5................................. H Kansas..........................................2-0................................... H UCLA ............................................3-2................................... H Colorado State.............................6-0, 7-0............................ H San Diego State...........................5-2, 2-0.............................A Florida...........................................4-0....................................T Oklahoma.....................................0-2....................................T Oregon State................................8-2....................................T Georgia State...............................9-0....................................T Arizona.........................................1-6....................................T Harvard.........................................9-0, 8-0............................ H San Jose State.............................10-1, 13-0.........................A Hawai’i..........................................6-2, 2-0............................ H Santa Clara...................................10-0, 10-0........................ H UNLV ............................................9-3, 15-13.........................A New Mexico..................................9-0, 5-3.............................A Arizona.........................................3-4, 2-6.............................A San Diego State...........................3-0, 2-1............................ H Oklahoma.....................................2-4, 7-8.............................A Tulsa ............................................11-0, 5-3, 10-0, 8-4..........A San Jose State.............................9-1, 9-0............................ H

New Mexico..................................2-1, 3-2............................ H UNLV ............................................9-1, 10-2.......................... H Cal Poly........................................4-1, 3-2............................ H CS Fullerton..................................3-0, 10-1...........................A Utah ............................................4-3, 1-2.............................A Colorado State.............................6-1, 2-3.............................A Minnesota.....................................2-1................................... H California......................................6-3................................... H Minnesota.....................................6-0................................... H Nebraska......................................6-1................................... N Michigan.......................................8-0................................... N Washington...................................1-3, 6-1............................ N Arizona.........................................1-0................................... N

1999

Record: 65-10 • WAC Record: 24-0 (1st)

UC Santa Barbara........................12-5, 13-2.........................A Cal Poly........................................3-0, 8-0.............................A Hawai’i..........................................1-0, 7-4, 12-0.................. H Boston College.............................3-2....................................T Southern Illinois............................1-0....................................T South Carolina..............................0-1....................................T Southern Illinois............................4-0....................................T Missouri........................................7-2....................................T Arizona State................................4-0....................................T Long Beach State.........................3-0................................... H Missouri........................................10-1................................. H Creighton......................................6-0................................... H Oregon State................................0-1................................... H DePaul..........................................6-0................................... H UCLA ............................................1-2................................... H Colorado State.............................8-0, 3-1, 8-0.................... H Miami-Ohio...................................10-0..................................T Mississippi....................................5-2....................................T Virginia..........................................4-1....................................T Northern Iowa...............................4-0....................................T Massachusetts.............................0-1....................................T Oklahoma.....................................1-0, 4-0............................ H Oregon State................................8-0....................................T Texas ............................................1-2....................................T Louisiana-Lafayette......................2-3....................................T San Diego State...........................2-0....................................T UNLV ............................................7-2....................................T Arizona State................................2-3....................................T Portland State..............................2-0, 9-0............................ H New Mexico..................................6-1, 5-1, 4-1.....................A Harvard.........................................9-0, 6-1............................ H Saint Mary’s..................................6-0, 4-0............................ H UNLV ............................................10-1, 2-0, 8-0.................. H Tulsa ............................................2-1, 2-0, 8-3.....................A San Jose State.............................8-0, 4-1, 4-1.................... H Loyola Marymount........................6-0, 7-0............................ H Pacific...........................................1-0, 1-2............................ H San Diego State...........................4-0, 4-0, 6-3.....................A CS Fullerton..................................5-0, 4-0............................ H Utah ............................................9-4, 6-3, 4-3.....................A Utah ............................................2-1................................... H San Diego State...........................3-2................................... H Utah ............................................8-0................................... H Florida A & M................................5-0................................... H Stanford........................................5-2................................... H Texas Tech....................................3-1, 5-0............................ H Southern Mississippi....................1-0................................... N UCLA ............................................0-1................................... N California......................................0-1................................... N

2000

Record: 54-14 • WAC Record: 16-2 (1st)

Kansas..........................................10-0..................................T Mississippi....................................4-2....................................T Nebraska......................................5-3....................................T South Carolina..............................3-0....................................T Arizona.........................................0-3....................................T CS Northridge..............................1-0....................................T

2011

Arkansas.......................................1-0....................................T Long Beach State.........................1-0....................................T Sacramento State.........................1-0....................................T UCLA ............................................2-5....................................T UCLA ............................................0-5, 0-3.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................4-0, 15-0.......................... H Florida State.................................2-0....................................T Harvard.........................................9-1....................................T Texas ............................................2-0....................................T Michigan.......................................1-0....................................T Oklahoma.....................................1-0....................................T Washington...................................0-1....................................T Texas Tech....................................2-0................................... H Illinois State..................................5-0................................... H Mississippi....................................2-0................................... H Florida State.................................2-1 .................................. H Cal Poly........................................7-1,1-0, 6-2..................... H UCLA ............................................1-0................................... H Arizona.........................................0-2, 1-3 ........................... H Louisiana-Lafayette......................5-2....................................T Washington...................................0-7....................................T Iowa ............................................3-0....................................T CS Northridge..............................1-3....................................T UNLV ............................................3-0....................................T Texas A&M Corpus Christi...........6-0, 4-0............................ H CS Northridge..............................2-1, 5-1............................ H BYU ............................................9-0, 12-3.......................... H Portland State..............................1-0, 10-2.......................... H San Jose State.............................4-0, 3-1............................ H Pacific...........................................3-0, 2-0............................ H Hawai’i..........................................1-0, 3-0, 8-3, 4-0..............A Stanford........................................1-0, 1-4............................ H Loyola Marymount........................2-0, 0-1............................ H San Jose State.............................4-0, 12-4 ..........................A Loyola Marymount........................2-0, 1-2.............................A Tulsa ............................................3-0, 5-0, 8-0, 8-0............. H Maryland-Baltimore County..........10-1................................. H Florida...........................................0-1................................... H CS Fullerton..................................4-3................................... H California......................................2-0, 0-2............................ H

2001

Record: 39-19 • WAC Record: 13-3 (1st)

Iowa State....................................8-0....................................T San Diego State...........................2-0....................................T Michigan.......................................1-0....................................T CS Northridge..............................5-0....................................T New Mexico..................................4-0....................................T Missouri........................................2-0....................................T Michigan.......................................1-6....................................T Georgia.........................................7-2....................................T Oregon State................................1-3....................................T Missouri........................................3-1....................................T Colorado State.............................12-0, 9-1, 9-0.................. H Cal Poly........................................4-3................................... H New Mexico State........................4-5................................... H DePaul..........................................2-1................................... H Oregon State................................2-0................................... H UCLA ............................................2-8................................... H Southern Utah..............................1-0, 4-0............................ H Notre Dame..................................2-4....................................T Oklahoma.....................................6-8....................................T Utah State....................................1-4....................................T Texas ............................................0-2....................................T North Carolina..............................2-0....................................T Dartmouth....................................10-2, 8-0.......................... H Texas A&M Corpus Christi...........8-0, 8-0............................ H Pacific...........................................1-2, 1-4.............................A Loyola Marymount........................2-0, 4-1.............................A CS Fullerton..................................6-3, 1-0............................ H UC Riverside................................2-3, 8-0............................ H Portland State..............................2-0....................................A San Jose State.............................2-0, 0-1.............................A Stanford........................................0-2, 1-0............................ H Hawai’i..........................................1-0, 0-2, 2-1, 0-4............. H

2012

Arizona.........................................1-9, 7-8.............................A Loyola Marymount........................6-3, 2-0............................ H San Jose State.............................2-1, 2-1............................ H Portland State..............................4-0, 8-0, 5-0.................... H Wisconsin.....................................1-3................................... N Coastal Carolina...........................6-4................................... N CS Northridge..............................1-3................................... N

2002

Record: 50-20 • WAC Record: 18-6 (1st)

California......................................1-0....................................T CS Fullerton..................................3-4....................................T Wisconsin.....................................4-0....................................T Arizona State................................0-2....................................A Texas Tech....................................7-1....................................T San Diego State...........................1-0....................................A Florida International......................1-0....................................T UC Santa Barbara........................4-0....................................T CS Northridge..............................3-5....................................T Washington...................................2-0....................................T Boston University.........................5-0....................................T Penn State....................................3-1....................................T LSU ............................................0-1....................................T Mississippi State..........................3-1....................................T Stanford........................................0-1....................................T Pacific...........................................2-1, 6-1............................ H Santa Clara...................................7-0, 4-0............................ H UC Riverside................................2-0, 1-0............................ H Baylor...........................................1-2................................... H Boston University.........................5-0................................... H Indiana..........................................9-0................................... H Tennessee Tech............................2-1................................... H San Diego State...........................3-0................................... H Tennessee Tech............................4-0, 2-1............................ H Louisiana-Lafayette......................3-0....................................T Washington...................................4-5....................................T Utah ............................................2-1....................................T Notre Dame..................................3-2....................................T CS Fullerton..................................0-6....................................A Portland State..............................3-0, 4-2.............................A Loyola Marymount........................0-1, 8-3.............................A UCLA ............................................0-1, 0-7.............................A Stanford........................................0-5, 0-1.............................A Tulsa ............................................3-0, 9-0............................ H Louisiana Tech..............................3-0, 9-0 ........................... H Cal Poly........................................3-0, 2-1............................ H San Jose State.............................1-0, 1-0............................ H Oklahoma.....................................4-0................................... N Oklahoma State............................3-1................................... N Hawai’i..........................................6-4, 3-2, 4-1, 1-5..............A Louisiana Tech..............................3-0, 2-0.............................A Tulsa ............................................2-0, 1-4.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................5-1, 4-2............................ H Loyola Marymount........................0-1, 4-0............................ H Portland State..............................5-0, 0-2............................ H San Jose State.............................1-0, 2-3.............................A California......................................1-2................................... H Pacific...........................................1-0................................... H CS Fullerton..................................0-1................................... H

2003

Record: 36-22 • WAC Record: 14-4 (2nd)

Nebraska......................................0-1....................................T Wisconsin.....................................4-8....................................T Texas A&M....................................1-2....................................T Texas ............................................0-4....................................T Iowa State....................................8-1....................................T Central Florida..............................2-3....................................T Michigan.......................................4-9....................................T Kansas..........................................0-1....................................T New Mexico..................................10-0..................................T Santa Clara...................................0-3, 5-1............................ H BYU ............................................3-1................................... H

Cal Poly........................................4-3................................... H St. John’s......................................0-1................................... H BYU ............................................4-6................................... H DePaul..........................................2-3................................... H UCLA ............................................0-5................................... H Southern Utah..............................7-0, 8-4............................ H DePaul..........................................2-3....................................T Notre Dame..................................1-3....................................T Nebraska......................................7-3....................................T Hawai’i..........................................3-1....................................T Long Island...................................2-0, 7-1............................ H CS Northridge..............................3-2, 5-0............................ H San Diego State...........................8-0, 3-0............................ H Stanford........................................2-0, 0-1............................ H UC Riverside................................8-0, 6-2............................ H Hawai’i..........................................0-1, 1-7, 7-0, 6-0............. H Pacific...........................................1-0, 1-2.............................A Louisiana Tech..............................3-0, 10-1...........................A Tulsa ............................................0-1, 1-4.............................A San Jose State.............................5-0, 5-2............................ H Nevada.........................................10-0, 15-5, 11-2, 3-0....... H Louisiana Tech..............................9-0, 2-0............................ H Tulsa ............................................3-2, 8-0............................ H Long Beach State.........................3-0................................... H UCLA ............................................0-3................................... H North Carolina..............................2-0................................... H Georgia.........................................1-0................................... H Michigan State.............................0-2................................... H

2004

Record: 48-20 • WAC Record: 20-4 (1st)

Massachusetts.............................8-0....................................T Texas State...................................4-5....................................T Western Michigan.........................3-0....................................T Syracuse.......................................6-3....................................T Texas A&M....................................2-0....................................T Loyola-Chicago............................3-2....................................T Oregon..........................................0-1....................................T South Carolina..............................1-0....................................T Arizona State................................2-0....................................T Princeton......................................0-1....................................T Texas ............................................4-0....................................T Georgia Tech................................1-9....................................T UC Riverside................................9-0, 10-3.......................... H Santa Clara...................................2-1, 3-2............................ H Pacific...........................................1-0, 1-4............................ H Campbell......................................2-0, 8-0............................ H Virginia..........................................3-1, 3-9............................ H San Diego State...........................0-1................................... H Long Beach State.........................4-0................................... H North Texas..................................8-0................................... H Oregon State................................6-0................................... H Utah ............................................3-2................................... H UCLA ............................................1-2................................... H Long Island...................................5-0, 8-0............................ H Arizona.........................................0-7....................................T Oklahoma.....................................2-1....................................T Illinois............................................3-0....................................T Florida State.................................0-3....................................T Pacific...........................................11-2..................................T Stanford........................................2-3, 0-7.............................A Ohio State....................................1-0, 3-2............................ H Nevada.........................................4-2, 4-0............................ H Louisiana Tech..............................2-0, 8-4.............................A Tulsa ............................................4-0, 7-5.............................A Hawai’i..........................................7-0, 9-2, 5-2, 0-4..............A UTEP ............................................3-0, 4-0............................ H San Jose State.............................1-0, 6-5............................ H UC Santa Barbara........................4-5, 2-5.............................A San Jose State.............................1-0, 5-0.............................A UTEP ............................................4-2, 11-5...........................A Louisiana Tech..............................5-1, 2-0............................ H Tulsa ............................................1-7, 2-4............................ H Nevada.........................................13-0, 1-6...........................A Southern Illinois............................0-2................................... N

HISTORY

HISTORY

Record: 51-11 • WAC Record: 24-2 (1st)

1997

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FRESNO STATE ALL-TIME COACHING.............................................................................................................................................................................................. MARGIE WRIGHT CONTINUED Auburn..........................................3-1................................... N Pacific...........................................1-6................................... N

2005

Record: 43-12 ��� WAC Record: 17-1 (1st)

Utah ............................................5-0....................................T Oregon State................................7-15..................................T Seton Hall.....................................6-0....................................T Texas State...................................8-1....................................T Louisiana State.............................5-2....................................T Florida State.................................0-2....................................T Iowa State....................................7-0................................... H St. John’s......................................3-2................................... H Kent State.....................................3-2................................... H Mississippi....................................4-1................................... H Santa Clara...................................8-1................................... H UCLA ............................................0-7................................... H Connecticut..................................3-0, 0-1............................ H UC Santa Barbara........................9-5, 2-4............................ H Saint Mary’s..................................5-0, 9-1............................ H Rhode Island................................7-1, 7-2............................ H North Carolina..............................8-0....................................T Michigan.......................................0-6....................................T CS Fullerton..................................12-0..................................A Washington...................................8-3....................................T Arizona.........................................0-9....................................T Dartmouth....................................8-0, 9-1............................ H Stanford........................................4-1, 0-14.......................... H Hawai’i..........................................3-1, 5-3, 1-0.....................A Pacific...........................................4-1, 7-6.............................A UNLV ............................................1-0, 2-13.......................... H San Jose State.............................4-0, 1-3, 2-1.................... H Tulsa ............................................3-0, 4-2, 2-0.................... H Louisiana Tech..............................6-0, 6-0, 5-3.....................A Nevada.........................................14-0, 5-3, 10-1.................A UTEP ............................................12-0, 8-0, 4-1.................. H Long Beach State.........................4-0................................... H BYU ............................................3-0................................... H California......................................1-3, 0-1............................ H

2006

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CS Fullerton..................................4-5....................................T Texas A&M....................................0-8....................................T Wisconsin.....................................11-2..................................T Northwestern................................0-5....................................T CS Northridge..............................9-3....................................T Pacific...........................................2-0, 6-5............................ H UCLA ............................................0-2, 0-1.............................A UC Davis......................................8-0, 11-7.......................... H Kansas..........................................6-0....................................T Oklahoma.....................................4-2....................................T Texas ............................................2-7....................................T Texas Tech....................................3-0....................................T Cal Poly........................................4-9....................................T Loyola Marymount........................1-2....................................T San Diego State...........................11-0..................................A Oregon..........................................0-5....................................T Loyola Marymount........................6-1....................................T St. Francis....................................13-0, 15-0........................ H DePaul..........................................4-2................................... H Ball State......................................13-0................................. H San Diego.....................................8-0................................... H Alabama.......................................1-4....................................T Utah ............................................1-0....................................T Oklahoma.....................................3-4....................................T

2007

Record: 47-18 • WAC Record: 15-3 (2nd)

Texas A&M....................................2-10..................................T Northwestern................................3-4....................................T Northwestern State......................3-1....................................T New Mexico..................................8-1....................................T CS Northridge..............................2-1....................................T Santa Clara...................................3-2....................................A Louisville.......................................3-0, 4-6, 3-0.................... H Tennessee.....................................5-0....................................T Ohio State....................................1-2....................................T Virginia..........................................9-10..................................T Long Island...................................4-1....................................T Penn State....................................1-0....................................T California......................................2-1....................................T UNLV ............................................2-0....................................T Nebraska......................................3-2....................................T Southern Utah..............................0-1....................................T DePaul..........................................0-1....................................T UCONN........................................3-1, 8-0............................ H BYU ............................................6-0................................... H Colorado State.............................11-5................................. H Toledo...........................................9-0................................... H Purdue..........................................7-2, 10-2, 4-1, 3-2........... H Louisiana-Lafayette......................1-3....................................T Arizona State................................6-1....................................T Notre Dame..................................2-4....................................T DePaul..........................................1-4....................................T CS Northridge..............................8-0....................................T Ohio ............................................6-0, 11-0.......................... H Nevada.........................................10-0, 1-9, 7-1...................A Utah State....................................8-0, 8-0, 7-2.................... H Pacific...........................................9-7, 4-5.............................A Saint Mary’s..................................8-0, 8-3.............................A UC Santa Barbara........................0-1................................... H New Mexico State........................11-3, 4-3, 7-1...................A Hawai’i..........................................2-18, 6-2, 2-1...................A Louisiana Tech..............................9-1, 4-0, 8-0.................... H San Jose State.............................3-2, 4-2, 9-0, 5-0............. H New Mexico State........................3-2................................... H Hawai’i..........................................9-3................................... H Nevada.........................................5-3................................... H Stanford........................................2-0, 0-1.............................A LSU ............................................0-1................................... N

2008

Record: 54-13 • WAC Record: 14-3 (2nd)

Pacific...........................................5-1, 3-2............................ H Indiana..........................................10-0..................................T Tulsa ............................................8-1....................................T

UC Santa Barbara........................8-0....................................T San Diego State...........................2-3....................................A UNLV ............................................2-0....................................T Ohio State....................................0-1....................................T Texas ............................................9-7....................................T Long Island...................................3-0....................................T Massachusetts.............................3-4....................................T Eastern Michigan..........................11-0, 11-3........................ H Oregon..........................................4-1....................................T Cal State Bakersfield....................2-1....................................T St. Peter’s.....................................8-0....................................T Harvard.........................................10-0..................................T James Madison............................3-0....................................T Campbell......................................7-0, 5-4............................ H DePaul..........................................4-2................................... H Sacramento State.........................4-2, 11-0.......................... H Cal Poly........................................1-0................................... H Rhode Island................................8-0................................... H Santa Clara...................................8-0................................... H Houston........................................0-3, 0-1............................ H Oklahoma.....................................1-0................................... H Northern Colorado.......................8-0, 10-1.......................... H Michigan.......................................6-5....................................T Illinois............................................9-1....................................T CS Fullerton..................................15-4..................................A Long Beach State.........................2-0....................................T Utah State....................................6-1, 9-1.............................A UC Davis......................................4-0, 6-2.............................A Nevada.........................................0-2, 4-1, 0-5.................... H UC Santa Barbara........................5-2, 9-5.............................A Louisiana Tech..............................3-5, 9-0, 1-0.....................A San Jose State.............................2-0, 1-0, 5-3.....................A Hawai’i..........................................4-3, 3-2, 2-1.................... H Saint Mary’s..................................5-0, 3-4............................ H New Mexico State........................3-2, 4-0, 4-1.................... H New Mexico State........................3-2, 7-6.............................T Louisiana Tech..............................2-3....................................T Hawai’i..........................................6-1....................................T California......................................0-3, 3-2, 6-7.................... H San Diego State...........................2-0................................... H

2009

Record: 38-20 • WAC Record: 15-5 (1st)

Wisconsin.....................................5-0, 12-3...........................T Fordham.......................................2-5....................................T Liberty...........................................2-0....................................T Cal State Northridge.....................3-0, 0-1.............................T Florida...........................................0-8....................................T Maryland.......................................2-1....................................T North Carolina..............................4-2....................................T Northwestern................................3-0....................................T UCLA ............................................2-10..................................T Utah Valley....................................12-1................................. H Iowa State....................................0-1....................................T Long Beach State.........................0-8....................................A BYU ............................................0-2................................... H Providence...................................1-0, 5-13.......................... H Northern Illinois............................6-1................................... H California......................................3-2................................... H Temple..........................................1-0, 3-0............................ H Michigan.......................................1-3....................................T Florida State.................................1-0....................................T Louisiana-Lafayette......................0-7....................................T Washington...................................0-3....................................T DePaul..........................................1-6....................................T San Jose State.............................7-1, 2-0, 1-0.................... H UC Davis......................................3-0, 2-1............................ H New Mexico State........................0-3, 14-1, 7-3...................A

2011

Pacific...........................................3-0....................................A Hawai’i..........................................2-1, 4-7, 1-2.................... H UC Santa Barbara........................0-1, 3-1............................ H Louisiana Tech..............................7-0, 3-0, 0-1.....................A Nevada.........................................1-0, 4-0, 1-5, 3-2............. H Boise State...................................6-3, 11-8, 10-9.................A Utah State....................................10-0, 9-0...........................A Boise State...................................4-0................................... H Louisiana Tech..............................5-0................................... H UNLV ............................................2-1....................................T UCLA ............................................2-4, 5-9.............................A Long Beach State.........................12-2..................................T

2010

Record: 41-21 • WAC Record: 15-6 (2nd)

Santa Clara...................................10-1, 12-1........................ H Pacific...........................................1-0, 1-0............................ H Sacramento State.........................3-2, 6-0............................ H Illinois............................................0-5....................................T UC Riverside................................10-2..................................T Texas ............................................5-4....................................T Utah ............................................11-0..................................T Ohio State....................................1-4....................................T Arizona.........................................0-11..................................T Washington...................................2-10..................................T Wisconsin.....................................3-1....................................T UCLA ............................................4-5....................................T UTEP ............................................0-1....................................T San Diego State...........................0-8....................................A East Carolina................................1-0, 2-3............................ H East Tennessee State...................7-2................................... H Cal State Northridge.....................10-1................................. H Georgetown..................................3-0................................... H Mississippi State..........................11-3................................. H Colorado State.............................2-3................................... H Princeton......................................10-0................................. H Louisiana-Lafayette......................5-7....................................T Cal State Fullerton........................4-1....................................A Virginia..........................................1-0....................................T DePaul..........................................2-3....................................T New Mexico..................................8-2....................................T Nevada.........................................4-1, 8-5, 5-7.....................A UC Santa Barbara........................5-4, 9-1.............................A Boise State...................................5-0, 0-1, 3-2.................... H Utah State....................................4-1, 7-3, 4-1.................... H San Jose State.............................2-1, 4-0, 0-1.....................A New Mexico State........................4-3, 7-6, 3-1.................... H Hawai’i..........................................0-5, 9-7, 4-5.....................A Louisiana Tech..............................2-1, 4-0, 1-3.................... H Boise State...................................5-4, 6-5.............................T Hawai’i..........................................1-16, 4-3, 14-3.................T San Diego State...........................2-3, 4-3.............................T Saint Mary’s..................................6-0....................................T UCLA ............................................2-7....................................A

2011

Record: 35-19 • WAC Record: 15-6 (T2nd)

Sacramento State.........................5-4, 7-4............................ H Missouri........................................6-3....................................T Virginia..........................................4-1....................................T Oklahoma State............................4-3....................................T Syracuse.......................................3-4....................................T UMass..........................................7-5....................................T BYU ............................................7-3....................................T San Diego State...........................2-1....................................T Houston........................................3-4....................................T Long Beach State.........................5-6....................................T Baylor...........................................1-4....................................T Idaho State...................................1-0, 5-1............................ H

2012

Bradley.........................................2-0, 3-2............................ H Drake ............................................2-1................................... H Troy ............................................2-1...................................W California......................................2-6....................................L Washington...................................0-10..................................T Penn State....................................0-1....................................T Illinois............................................3-2....................................T Texas ............................................2-9....................................T Michigan.......................................3-1....................................T Louisiana Tech..............................2-0, 10-1, 2-1...................A Hawai’i..........................................5-0, 2-1, 2-0.................... H Pacific...........................................4-5....................................A New Mexico State........................9-1, 2-10, 1-9...................A San Jose State.............................4-2, 2-1, 6-1.................... H Utah State....................................5-3, 7-1, 16-12.................A Boise State...................................3-4, 2-3, 9-12...................A Nevada.........................................7-3, 4-8, 5-0.................... H Louisiana Tech..............................0-2, 1-0.............................T Hawai’i..........................................2-1....................................T Boise State...................................3-2....................................T New Mexico State........................0-5....................................T Nebraska......................................1-0, 0-5.............................T Stanford........................................1-3....................................T

2012

Record: 36-23 • WAC Record: 13-6 (3rd)

Toledo...........................................9-1....................................T North Dakota State.......................1-0....................................T UC Riverside................................7-3....................................T Sacramento State.........................1-2 (9)...............................T Long Beach State.........................1-4 (8)...............................T Santa Clara...................................7-0, 8-0............................ H Cal State Fullerton........................2-0, 8-0............................ H Iowa State....................................3-0....................................T No. 15 Arizona..............................0-9 (6)...............................T Ohio State....................................3-0....................................T Iowa ............................................1-7....................................T No. 7 UCLA..................................6-3....................................T Cal State Northridge.....................5-8....................................T San Diego State...........................4-1....................................T Saint Joseph’s..............................3-0....................................T San Diego.....................................4-6....................................T Charlotte.......................................5-1....................................T Connecticut..................................6-1, 8-3.............................T No. 18 Oregon..............................4-5....................................T Purdue..........................................6-1, 5-2.............................T No. 2 Cal.......................................5-8....................................T Butler ............................................9-1 (5), 12-1 (5).................T Virginia..........................................1-0....................................T No. 24 DePaul..............................0-4....................................T No. 5 Arizona State......................0-4....................................T No. 10 Louisiana...........................1-9 (5)...............................T Nevada.........................................3-0, 3-4, 7-3.....................A UC Santa Barbara........................2-1................................... H BYU ............................................3-1, 10-9.......................... H UNLV ............................................5-8, 2-12 (6)..................... H Utah State....................................4-0, 8-0 (5), 5-2............... H Cal Poly........................................3-4 (10)............................ H San Jose State.............................1-0, 1-2.............................A New Mexico State........................1-0, 3-1, 2-1.................... H No. 14 Hawai’i..............................3-11 (5), 0-1 (11), 0-2........A Louisiana Tech..............................4-0, 4-0, 4-6.................... H Louisiana Tech..............................7-17 (6).............................T San Jose State.............................4-3 (8)...............................T Louisiana Tech..............................11-2 (5).............................T No. 12 Hawai’i..............................9-7....................................T BYU ............................................3-8....................................T

HISTORY

HISTORY

Record: 37-19 • WAC Record: 12-3 (1st)

UNLV ............................................8-0....................................T Arizona State................................1-8....................................T Nevada.........................................6-1, 2-1, 1-2.................... H Santa Clara...................................4-0, 8-0............................ H Utah State....................................3-2, 10-2...........................A Saint Mary’s..................................3-1, 11-2.......................... H New Mexico State........................6-2, 9-1.............................A Hawai’i..........................................5-1, 1-0, 5-2.................... H Louisiana Tech..............................1-2, 5-3.............................A San Jose State.............................1-2, 6-1, 9-1.....................A Nevada.........................................1-2................................... H Louisiana Tech..............................9-0................................... H Hawai’i..........................................5-6................................... H CS Fullerton..................................2-0................................... H Stanford........................................3-0, 3-9, 0-3.................... H

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FRESNO STATE LONGEST WINNING & LOSING STREAKS

TOP 25 ALL-TIME NCAA DIVISION I WIN-LOST SOFTBALL RECORDS (SPRING FASTPITCH, ONLY, STARTING WITH THE 1982 SEASON --- RECORDS AS OF 2011 SEASON)

YEAR......................... WINS......................... LOSSES

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SCHOOL............................ WINS................... LOSSES.....TIES........YEARS Arizona........................... 1454..................... 377..........2............. 30

FRESNO STATE................. 1442...................... 490.......... 1.............. 30 UCLA ............................ 1396..................... 305..........4............. 30 Florida State................... 1338..................... 484..........6............. 28 Louisiana-Lafayette........ 1300..................... 374..........0............. 30 California........................ 1260..................... 623..........2............. 30 Michigan........................ 1253..................... 457..........4............. 30 CS Fullerton................... 1236..................... 606..........5............. 30 Texas A&M..................... 1193..................... 532..........2............. 29 Oklahoma....................... 1185..................... 582..........2............. 30 Iowa............................... 1171..................... 634..........3............. 30 East Carolina.................. 1129..................... 596..........0............. 26 Missouri......................... 1102..................... 585..........0............. 30 Massachusetts............... 1090..................... 459..........6............. 30 Oklahoma State............. 1078..................... 539..........0............. 30 Nebraska........................ 1074..................... 577..........0............. 30 Long Beach State........... 1043..................... 683..........0............. 30 North Carolina................ 1037..................... 568..........5............. 28 Illinois-Chicago.............. 1005..................... 691..........2............. 30 Kansas........................... 963....................... 681..........4............. 30 Northwestern................. 959....................... 632..........4............. 30 Pacific............................ 934....................... 782..........5............. 30 Central Michigan............ 931....................... 583..........4............. 29 Louisiana Tech............... 924....................... 651..........2............. 30 Illinois State................... 915....................... 620..........4............. 28

2011

2012

HISTORY

HISTORY

1978............................... 11........................................ 3 1979................................ 6......................................... 3 1980................................ 6........................... 2 (3 times) 1981................................ 6......................................... 5 1982............................... 17........................................ 2 1983............................... 11........................................ 3 1984............................... 10........................................ 4 1985............................... 12........................................ 3 1986............................... 12........................................ 4 1987............................... 14........................................ 4 1988............................... 11.......................... 2 (4 times) 1989............................... 16........................................ 2 1990............................... 18........................................ 2 1991............................... 16........................................ 3 1992............................... 18........................................ 3 1993.......................... 5 (twice)...................... 5 (2 times) 1994......................... 10 (twice)................................... 3 1995............................... 12........................................ 4 1996............................... 19........................ 1 (11 times) 1997............................... 10........................................ 2 1998............................... 15.......................... 2 (3 times) 1999............................... 21.......................... 2 (2 times) 2000............................... 20........................................ 3 2001................................ 7......................................... 4 2002............................... 13........................................ 4 2003............................... 11.......................... 4 (2 times) 2004............................... 11.......................... 2 (5 times) 2005............................... 15........................................ 2 2006............................... 11.......................... 2 (4 times) 2007............................... 11........................................ 3 2008............................... 14........................................ 2 2009................................ 9.............................. 3 (twice) 2010.......................... 6 (twice)......................... 3 (twice) 2011................................ 7.............................. 3 (twice) 2012................................ 5........................... 3 (3 times)

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FRESNO STATE FRESNO STATE & USAIXSOFTBALL ISF W ’ W C Olympics

XXIX Olympiad Olympic Games Aug. 8- 24, 2008 • Beijing, China Laura Berg, Silver Lovie Jung, Silver

XXVIII Olympiad Olympic Games July 25-Aug. 23, 2004 • Athens, Greece Laura Berg, Gold Lovie Jung, Gold

XXVII Olympiad Olympic Games Sept. 15-Oct. 1, 2000 • Sydney, Australia Gold Medalists Laura Berg, Gold Amanda Scott, alternate, Gold Shelly Stokes, alternate, Gold

XXVI Olympiad Olympic Games July 19-Aug. 4, 1996 • Atlanta, Georgia Margie Wright, assistant coach, Gold Laura Berg, Gold Kim Maher, Gold Martha Noffsinger-O’Kelley, alternate, Gold Julie Smith, Gold Shelly Stokes, Gold

hampionship

Margie Wright, head coach, Gold Laura Berg, Gold Nina Lindenberg, Gold Kim Maher, Gold Amanda Scott, Gold Julie Smith, Gold Shelly Stokes, Gold

VIII ISF Women’s World Championship July 30-Aug. 1, 1994 St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada Margie Wright, assistant coach, Gold Laura Berg, Martha Noffsinger-O’Kelley, Gold Julie Smith, Gold

Junior World Championships

II ISF Junior Women’s World Championship July 5-13, 1985 • Fargo, North Dakota

Christina Clark (injured), Silver

Pan American 1987 Pan Am Games Aug. 7-19 • Indianapolis, Indiana

BULLDOGS IN THE PROS Championships

Draft Selections

1999 WPSL Senior Draft Round 1

Chicago Bandits (2008 NPF champions) Akron Racers (2005 NPF champions)

No. 18 Christina Clark, SS

No. 5 Jaime Maxey, 3B (Georgia Pride)

2005 LPFA Senior Draft Round 1

No. 47 Lindsay Parker, RHP (Georgia Pride)

Jamie Southern, P

Amanda Scott, P (World Series MVP) New York/New Jersey Juggernaut (2004 NPF champions)

Ella Vilche, Gold

1991 Pan Am Games Aug. 3-12 • Santiago de Cuba, Cuba Margie Wright, assistant coach, Gold

Randi Berg, 2B Kim Maher, IF/OF Nina Lindenberg, SS Florida Wahoos (2000 WPSL champions)

2006 PFX Draft

No. 1 Jamie Southern, P

1998 WPF Senior Draft Round 5

2005 NPF Senior Draft Round 1

No. 29 Kim Peck, LHP (Virginia Roadsters) No. 32 Nina Lindenberg, 2B (Georgia Pride)

No. 5 Jamie Southern, P (Akron)

2004 NPF Elite Draft Round 2 No. 13 Randi Berg, 2B (Colorado)

1995 Pan Am Games March 13-25 • Parana, Argentina

Honors

Kim Maher, Gold Martha Noffsinger-O’Kelley, Gold Julie Smith, Gold Shelly Stokes, Gold

Round 3

Round 10 No. 56 Carolyn Wilson, C (Georgia Pride)

1997 WPF Senior Draft Round 2 No. 9 Randi Berg, SS (Georgia Pride)

No. 24 Leslie Poole, P (Akron)

Round 3

Julie Smith, 2B (Ohio Pride)

2001 National Team Draft Round 2

Round 6

1999 WPSL Defensive Player of the Year

No. 7 Laura Berg, OF (Ohio Pride – formerly Virginia Roadsters)

2000 WPSL Defensive Player of the Year

Randi Berg, 2B (Georgia Pride)

No. 18 Jennifer Clark, RHP (Carolina Diamonds) No. 44 Robyn Yorke, OF (Durham Dragons)

1996 WPF Amateur Draft Round 1

Martha Noffsinger-O’Kelley, Bronze

Round 4 No. 16 Shelly Stokes, C (Tampa Bay FireStix)

No. 6 Julie Smith, 2B

III ISF Junior Women’s World Championship July 10-18, 1987 • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

2000 WPSL Senior Draft Round 1

No. 12 Kim Maher, OF/3B

Julie Smith, Gold

Laura Berg, Gold Julie Smith, Gold Shelly Stokes, Gold

IV ISF Junior Women’s World Championship April 20-27, 1991 • Adelaide, Australia

2003 Pan Am Games Aug. 5-14 • Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

2000 Elite/Supplemental Draft Round 1

XI Women’s World Championship August 27-September 5, 2006 • Beijing, China

V ISF Junior Women’s World Championship June 24-July 1, 1995 • Normal, Illinois

Laura Berg, Gold Lovie Jung, Gold Jamie Southern, Gold

Margie Wright, head coach, Gold Nina Lindenberg, Gold Amanda Scott, Gold

VI ISF Junior Women’s World Championship June 17-27, 1999 • Taipei, Taiwan Lovieanne Jung, Silver

No. 1 Amanda Scott, RHP (Ohio Pride)

No. 1 Nina Lindenberg, SS (Florida Wahoos) No. 2 Julie Smith, 2B (Ohio Pride)

Laura Berg, Gold Nina Lindenberg, Gold

Round 2 Round 3 No. 13 Shelly Stokes, C No. 17 Martha Noffsinger-O’Kelley, SS

Round 12 No. 72 Christa Yorke, C

2007 Pan Am Games July 17-30 * Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Laura Berg, Gold Lovie Jung, Gold

Randi Berg

Julie Smith

(Ohio Pride, 2000; WPSL All-Stars, 2001; Head Coach/ General Manager of NY/NJ Juggernaut, 2005)

Junior Pan American 2002 Pan Am Junior Games Dec. 13-21 • Hermosillo, Mexico Christina Clark, Gold Laura Ferreira, Gold

Carie Dever-Boaz

(Head Coach of Washington Glory, 2007-2008; NPF Coach of the Year, 2007)

Jamie Southern

Laura Berg

2011

2012

Amanda Scott

HISTORY

Kim Maher

Nina Lindenberg

Round 8

1999 Pan Am Games July 23-August 7 • Winnipeg, Canada

World Championships

Laura Berg, Gold Nina Lindenberg, Gold

HISTORY

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Maureen Brady, Silver

X Women’s World Championship July 26-Aug. 4, 2002 • Saskatoon, Canada

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July 15-30, 1998 • Fujinomiya, Japan

VII ISF Junior Women’s World Championship October 12-19, 2003 • Nanjing, China

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FRESNO STATE ALL-REGION SELECTIONS

FRESNO STATE ALL-AMERICANS

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1982 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Wende Ward, RHP Rene Polanco, 2B Melanie Parrent, LHP Gena Strang, 1B Lori Romeiro, RHP Gena Strang, 1B Carie Dever, RHP Melanie Parrent, LHP Gena Strang, 1B Terry Carpenter, RHP Carie Dever, RHP Carie Dever, RHP Gina LoPiccolo, UT/DP Martha Noffsinger, SS Julie Smith, 2B Shelly Stokes, C Terry Carpenter, RHP Gina LoPiccolo, 3B Julie Smith, 2B Terry Carpenter, RHP Laura Berg, OF Michelle Bolt, DP Maureen Brady, RHP Kim Maher, SS Robyn Yorke, OF Laura Berg, OF Robyn Yorke, OF Jenifer Henry, OF Nina Lindenberg, 2B Lindsay Parker, RHP Robyn Yorke, OF Laura Berg, OF Nina Lindenberg, 2B Amanda Scott, UT Robyn Yorke, OF Laura Berg, OF Nina Lindenberg, 2B Amanda Scott, UT Becky Witt, OF Angela Cervantez, 1B Kristen Hunter, LHP Lovie Jung, 2B Amanda Scott, RHP Becky Witt, OF Lovie Jung, 2B Amanda Scott, RHP Jamie Southern, RHP Christina Clark, SS Jamie Southern, UT Christina Clark, SS Jamie Southern, UT Jamie Southern, RHP Christina Clark, SS Robin Mackin, RHP Morgan Melloh, LHP

TEAM

Wende Ward, RHP

Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team Wende Ward First Team 1982 Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team Third Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team Third Team Second Team Third Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team Third Team First Team First Team Third Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team Third Team First Team Third Team Third Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Third Team Second Team

1983 Northwest Region All-District Wende Ward, RHP

1984 Northwest Region

Rene Polanco 1984

Melanie Parrent 1986, 88

Gena Strang 1986-88

Lori Romeiro 1987

Barbara Cambria, RHP Chris Elze, SS Rene Polanco, 2B Alyce Rodriguez, OF Karen Spurlock, OF Kerry Steitz, OF

1985 Northwest Region

Barbara Cambria, RHP Lori Romeiro, RHP Karen Spurlock, OF Kerry Steitz, OF Gena Strang, 1B Nusheen Zarnegar, 3B Carie Dever 1988-89

Terry Carpenter 1989-92

Gina LoPiccolo 1990, 91

Martha Noffsinger 1990

Julie Smith 1990-91

1986 Northwest Region

Cindy Johnson, C Melanie Parrent, LHP Kerry Steitz, OF Gena Strang, 1B Nusheen Zarnegar, 3B

1987 West Region

Shelly Stokes 1990

Michelle Bolt 1994

Maureen Brady 1994

Kim Maher 1994

Robyn Yorke 1994-97

Kathy Mayer, 2B Martha Noffsinger, SS Lori Romeiro, RHP Gena Strang, 1B

1988 West Region

Carie Dever, RHP Kathy Mayer, 2B Melanie Parrent, LHP Karin Richter, OF Gena Strang, 1B

1989 West Region Laura Berg 1994-95, 97-98

Jenifer Henry 1996

Nina Lindenberg 1996-98

Lindsay Parker 1996

Amanda Scott 1997-2000

Terry Carpenter, RHP Carie Dever, RHP Gina LoPiccolo, UT/DP Martha Noffsinger, SS RaeAnn Pifferini, OF Shelly Stokes, C

1990 West Region

Terry Carpenter, RHP Carie Dever, RHP Gina LoPiccolo, UT/DP Becky Witt 1998-99

Angela Cervantez 1999

Kristen Hunter 1999

Lovie Jung 1999-2000

Christina Clark 2003-04, 06

Robin Mackin 2007

Morgan Melloh 2008

First Team

Martha Noffsinger, SS Julie Smith, 2B Shelly Stokes, C

First Team

1991 West Region

First Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

Second Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

First Team First Team Second Team First Team

First Team Second Team First Team Second Team First Team

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

Second Team First Team First Team

Terry Carpenter, RHP Gina LoPiccolo, 3B Julie Smith, 2B Christa Yorke, C

1992 West Region

Terry Carpenter, RHP Rhonda Schwebach, OF Christa Yorke, C

1993 West Region

Michelle Bolt, DP Marcie Green, RHP Kim Maher, SS Donna McDaniel, OF

1994 West Region

Laura Berg, OF Michelle Bolt, DP Maureen Brady, RHP Kim Maher, SS Christa Yorke, C Robyn Yorke, OF

1995 West Region

Laura Berg, OF Maureen Brady, RHP Jenifer Henry, OF Robyn Yorke, OF

1996 West Region

Randi Berg, SS Jenifer Henry, OF Nina Lindenberg, 2B Lindsay Parker, RHP Robyn Yorke, OF

1997 West Region

Laura Berg, OF Nina Lindenberg, 2B Amanda Scott, UT Robyn Yorke, OF

1998 West Region

Laura Berg, OF Nina Lindenberg, 2B Jaime Maxey, 3B Lindsay Parker, RHP Amanda Scott, RHP Becky Witt, OF

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team

1999 West Region

Angela Cervantez, 1B Lindsay Fossatti, 3B Kristen Hunter, LHP Lovie Jung, 2B Amanda Scott, RHP Becky Witt, OF

2000 West Region

Lovie Jung, 2B Amanda Scott, RHP Becky Witt, OF

2001 West Region Becky Witt, OF

2002 West Region

Lindsay Fossatti, 3B Jamie Southern, RHP

2003 West Region

Christina Clark, SS Jamie Southern, UT

2004 West Region

Christina Clark, SS Lori Hoffman, DP Jamie Southern, UT

2005 West Region

Christina Clark, SS Jamie Southern, RHP Nichole Willis, C

2006 West Region

Christina Clark, SS Robin Mackin, RHP

2007 West Region

Jenna Cervantez, 2B Robin Mackin, RHP Nichole Willis, C Kristin Sylvester, 1B

2008 West Region

Jenna Cervantez, 2B Haley Gilleland, SS Morgan Melloh, LHP Aja Scheuber, DP

2009 West Region

Morgan Melloh, P

2010 West Region First Team First Team Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team

Michelle Moses, P/1B

2011 West Region

Michelle Moses, P/UT

2012 West Region

Michelle Moses, P/UT

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team

Jamie Southern 2002-05

2011

Carie

2012 Dever

Nichole Willis

Lori Hoffman

HISTORY

HISTORY

YEAR PLAYER

1982 Northwest Region All-District

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FRESNO STATE ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS 1978 NorCal

Rosie Garcia, First Team Susan Lewis, First Team Vernie Miller, First Team Corrina Smart, First Team

1979 NorCal

Vernie Miller, First Team Terri Monfore, First Team Janee Silva, First Team

1980 NorCal

Raylene Adolphson, First Team Rosie Garcia, First Team Karen Tabor, First Team

1981 NorCal

Edna Figueroa, First Team Janee Silva, First Team Wende Ward, First Team

1982 NorCal

Denise Ketcham, First Team Sandi Taylor, First Team Wende Ward, First Team

1983 NorPac

Kim Muratore, First Team Wende Ward, First Team

1984 NorPac

Barbara Cambria, First Team Rene Polanco, First Team Alyce Rodriguez, First Team Kerry Steitz, First Team Judy Tucker, First Team

1985 NorPac

Barbara Cambria, First Team Lori Romeiro, First Team Karen Spurlock, First Team Kerry Steitz, First Team Gena Strang, First Team

1986 NorPac

Cindy Johnson, First Team Melanie Parrent, First Team Kerry Steitz, First Team Gena Strang, First Team

1987 PCAA

Terry Carpenter, First Team (Pitcher of the Year) Carie Dever, First Team Gina LoPiccolo, First Team (Utility) Gina LoPiccolo, Second Team (Designated Player) Kathy Mayer, Second Team Martha Noffsinger, First Team (Co-Player of the Year) RaeAnn Pifferini, First Team Jill Polanco, Second Team Shelly Stokes, Second Team

1990 Big West

Terry Carpenter, Second Team Carie Dever, First Team (Pitcher) Carie Dever, Second Team (Third Base) Kerri Donis, Second Team Gina LoPiccolo, First Team Marth Noffsinger, First Team (Player of the Year) RaeAnn Piferini, First Team Julie Smith, First Team Shelly Stokes, First Team

1991 Big West

Terry Carpenter, First Team (Co-Pitcher of the Year) Marcie Green, Second Team Dina Lopez, Second Team Gina LoPiccolo, First Team Kim Maher, First Team RaeAnn Pifferini, Honorable Mention Julie Smith, First Team Christa Yorke, First Team

1992 Big West

Michelle Bolt, Honorable Mention Terry Carpenter, First Team Marcie Green, Second Team Kim Maher, Second Team Rhonda Schwebach, First Team Melissa Thatcher, Second Team Christa Yorke, First Team

1993 WAC

Marcie Green, Honorable Mention Alycia Lawton, Honorable Mention Kim Maher, First Team Donna McDaniel, First Team Christa Yorke, Honorable Mention

1994 WAC

1988 PCAA

1995 WAC

Alicia Dowland

Laura Berg, Honorable Mention Michelle Bolt, First Team Maureen Brady, First Team Kim Maher, First Team Christa Yorke, Honorable Mention Robyn Yorke, First Team

Mitzi Ing, Second Team Jamie Southern, First Team (Pitcher of the Year) Nichole Willis, First Team (Freshman of the Year)

1996 WAC

2005 WAC

Randi Berg, Second Team Jennifer Clark, First Team Jenifer Henry, First Team Nina Lindenberg, First Team (Player of the Year) Lindsay Parker, First Team (Freshman of the Year) Robyn Yorke, Second Team

Christina Clark, First Team (Player of the Year) Leticia Pacheco, First Team Jamie Southern, First Team (Pitcher of the Year) Jamie Southern, Second Team at DP Kristin Sylvester, Second Team Nichole Willis, Second Team

1997 WAC

Laura Berg, First Team Nina Lindenberg, Second Team Amanda Scott, Second Team (Freshman of the Year) Robyn Yorke, First Team

1998 WAC

Laura Berg, First Team Nina Lindenberg, First Team (Player of the Year) Jaime Maxey, Second Team Amanda Scott, First Team (Pitcher of the Year) Carolyn Wilson, Second Team Becky Witt, Second Team (Freshman of the Year)

1999 WAC

Angela Cervantez, Second Team Lindsay Fossatti, First Team Lovie Jung, First Team Amanda Scott, First Team (Pitcher of the Year) Becky Witt, First Team

2001 WAC

Lindsay Fossatti, First Team Leslie Poole, Second Team Tiffany Whipple, Second Team Becky Witt, First Team

2002 WAC

Vanessa Czarnecki, Second Team Lindsay Fossatti, First Team Leticia Pacheco, Second Team Jamie Southern, First Team (Freshman & Pitcher of the Year) Pam West, Second Team Tiffany Whipple, Second Team

Jenna Cervantez, Second Team Christina Clark, First Team (Player of the Year) Shannon Garvin, Second Team Robin Mackin, First Team (Freshman & Pitcher of the Year) Haley Perkins, First Team

2007 WAC

Angela Cervantez, First Team (Player of the Year) Alicia Dowland, Second Team Lindsay Fossatti, First Team Kristen Hunter, Second Team (Freshman of the Year) Lovie Jung, Second Team Amanda Scott, First Team (Pitcher of the Year) Becky Witt, Second Team

2000 WAC

2006 WAC

Merryann Barr, Second Team Jenna Cervantez, First Team Robin Mackin, First Team Haley Perkins, First Team Kristin Sylvester, Second Team Nichole Willis, First Team

2008 WAC

Jenna Cervantez, First Team Morgan Melloh, First Team (Freshman & Pitcher of the Year)

2009 WAC

Haley Gilleland, Second Team Morgan Melloh, First Team Haley Perkins, First Team Caitlin Stiglich, Second Team

2010 WAC

Haley Gilleland, First Team Morgan Melloh, Second Team Michelle Moses, First Team Andrea Ortega, Second Team Caitlin Stiglich, First Team

2011 WAC

Nicole Angene, Second Team Michelle Moses, First Team Andrea Ortega, First Team Brooke Ortiz, Second Team

PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jamie Southern, P (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Pam West, C Lindsay Fossatti, 3B Tiffany Whipple, OF Vanessa Czarnecki, UT Jamie Southern, P (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Pam West, C Christina Clark, UT Christina Clark, SS (WAC Player of the Year) Jamie Southern, P (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Christina Clark, SS (WAC Player of the Year Jamie Southern, P (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Nichole Willis, C Christina Clark, SS (WAC Player of the Year) Robin Mackin, P (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Nichole Willis, C Merryann Barr, UT Jenna Cervantez, 2B Robin Mackin, P Haley Perkins, SS Kristin Sylvester, 1B Nichole Willis, C Nicole Angene, UT Jenna Cervantez, 2B Haley Perkins, 3B Haley Perkins, 3B Morgan Melloh, P Haley Gilleland, SS Morgan Melloh, P Haley Gilleland, SS Michelle Moses, P/UT Caitlin Stiglich, C

2012 WAC

2003 WAC

Christina Clark, First Team (Freshman of the Year) Angelina Diaz, Second Team Lori Hoffman, First Team Nicole Shan, First Team Jamie Southern, First Team (co-Pitcher of the Year) Pam West, First Team Christina Clark, First Team (Player of the Year) Rachael Donaldson, Second Team

Jenifer Henry

Christa Yorke

2011

1988 1989 1990 1991 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008

Amanda Scott 2012

Becky Witt

Melanie Parrent (PCAA Pitcher of the Year) Terry Carpenter (Big West Pitcher of the Year); Martha Noffsinger (Big West Co-Player of the Year) Martha Noffsinger (Big West Player of the Year) Terry Carpenter (Big West Co-Pitcher of the Year) Nina Lindenberg (WAC Player of the Year); Lindsay Parker (WAC Freshman of the Year) Amanda Scott (WAC Freshman of the Year) Nina Lindenberg (WAC Player of the Year); Amanda Scott (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Becky Witt (WAC Freshman of the Year) Angela Cervantez (WAC Player of the Year); Kristen Hunter (WAC Freshman of the Year) Amanda Scott (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Amanda Scott (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Jamie Southern (WAC Pitcher of the Year; WAC Freshman of the Year) Christina Clark (WAC Freshman of the Year); Jamie Southern (Co-WAC Pitcher of the Year) Christina Clark (WAC Player of the Year); Jamie Southern (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Nichole Willis (WAC Freshman of the Year) Christina Clark (WAC Player of the Year); Jamie Southern (WAC Pitcher of the Year) Christina Clark (WAC Player of the Year); Robin Mackin (WAC Pitcher of the Year; WAC Freshman of the Year) Morgan Melloh (WAC Pitcher of the Year; WAC

WAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1999 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 2012

Vonnie Martin, Second Team Courtney Moore, Second Team Michelle Moses, First Team

2004 WAC

Laura Berg, First Team Randi Berg, First Team

PLAYER/PITCHER/ FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Angela Cervantez, 1B Kristen Hunter, P Amanda Scott, P (MVP) Christina Clark, SS Robin Mackin, UT Robin Mackin, RHP (MVP) Jenna Cervantez, 2B Haley Perkins, SS Nichole Willis, C Lisamarie Coronado, OF Haley Gilleland, SS Morgan Melloh, LHP (MVP) Haley Gilleland, SS Michelle Moses, P/1B Caitlin Stiglich, C Haley Gilleland, SS Courtney Moore, DP Mackenzie Oakes, P Vonnie Martin, IF/OF Michelle Moses, RHP

HISTORY

HISTORY

1989 Big West

Kathy Mayer, First Team Kim Mecum, Second Team Martha Noffsinger, First Team Melanie Parrent, First Team Lori Romeiro, Second Team Gena Strang, First Team

Carie Dever, First Team Kathy Mayer, Second Team Martha Noffsinger, Honorable Mention

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Melanie Parrent, First Team (Pitcher of the Year) Karin Richter, Second Team Gena Strang, First Team

Maureen Brady, First Team Jenifer Henry, Second Team Robyn Yorke, First Team

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FRESNO STATE MISCELLANEOUS POSTSEASON HONORS Honda Awards Program Softball Finalists (Honda Broderick)

1982....................................... Wende Ward, RHP 1991............................................. Julie Smith, 2B 1999 ....................................Amanda Scott, RHP 2000 ....................................Amanda Scott, RHP 2002.................................. Jamie Southern, RHP

USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Finalist (Top 3)

2002.................................. Jamie Southern, RHP

USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Finalist (Top 10)

2002.................................. Jamie Southern, RHP 2003.................................. Jamie Southern, RHP 2004.......................................Christina Clark, SS .......................................... Jamie Southern, RHP 2005.................................. Jamie Southern, RHP

Fresno State Female Athletes of the Year 1981-1982.............................. Wende Ward, RHP 1982-1983.............................. Wende Ward, RHP 1985-1986.......................... Melanie Parrent, LHP 1986-1987............ Gena Strang, 1B (co-honoree) 1987-1988.......................... Melanie Parrent, LHP 1989-1990......................... Martha Noffsinger, SS 1990-1991.................................... Julie Smith, 2B 1991-1992.......................... Terry Carpenter, RHP 1992-1993.................................... Kim Maher, SS 1993-1994.......................... Maureen Brady, RHP 1994-1995.................................Robyn Yorke, OF 1995-1996......................Nina Lindenberg, 2B/3B 1996-1997.................................Robyn Yorke, OF 1997-1998................ Amanda Scott, RHP/OF/1B 1999-2000................ Amanda Scott, RHP/OF/1B 2000-2001.................................... Becky Witt, OF 2001-2002....................Jamie Southern, RHP/UT 2004-2005....................Jamie Southern, RHP/UT 2007-2008........................... Morgan Melloh, LHP

Fresno State Alumni Association: The Top Dog Alumni Award

2003.............................................Laura Berg, OF 2006..........................................Amanda Scott, P 2008............................................. Kerri Donis, 1B

Fresno Athletic Hall of Fame

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Jaime Maxey

Stan Bates Award

(WAC Academic Athlete of the Year)

2000-2001.................................... Becky Witt, OF

Joe Kearney Award

(WAC Female Athlete of the Year)

1995-1996......................Nina Lindenberg, 2B/3B 1997-1998................ Amanda Scott, RHP/OF/1B 1999-2000................ Amanda Scott, RHP/OF/1B 2004-2005....................Jamie Southern, RHP/UT

NCAA Top VIII Award

2001......................... Amanda Scott, RHP/OF/1B 2006.............................Jamie Southern, RHP/UT

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Award

1996-1997.................................Robyn Yorke, OF 1999-2000................ Amanda Scott, RHP/OF/1B 2000-2001.................................... Becky Witt, OF 2001-2002............................Lindsay Fossatti, 3B

ESPN Rise All-Decade Team

2002-2005......................... Jamie Southern, RHP

NCAA Div. I Softball 25th Anniversary Team

2006.............................................Laura Berg, OF ................................. Amanda Scott, RHP/OF/1B

NCAA Women’s College World Series All-Decade Team

1982-1992.................................... Julie Smith, 2B

NCAA Women’s College World Series Most Outstanding Player

1998..........................................Amanda Scott, P

NCAA All-Women’s College World Series 1982.........................................Kim Muratore, OF 1987.......................................... Gena Strang, 1B 1988.....................................RaeAnn Pifferini, OF ...................................................... Carie Dever, P ...................................................Gena Strang, AL .................................................. Karin Richter, AL 1989.................................. Martha Noffsinger, SS

Randi Berg

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS .................................................... Jill Polanco, OF ...................................................Shelly Stokes, C ...................................................... Carie Dever, P 1990.................................. Martha Noffsinger, SS ................................................... Marcie Green, P ..................................................... Julie Smith, AL 1991............................................. Julie Smith, 2B ......................................................Kim Maher, AL .............................................. Terry Carpenter, AL 1992.......................................Michelle Bento, 2B ..................................................... Kim Maher, SS 1997.................................... Nina Lindenberg, 2B 1998.............................................Laura Berg, OF .......................................... Angela Cervantez, 1B ............................................ Nina Lindenberg, 2B ....................................... Amanda Scott, P (MVP) 1999............................................. Lovie Jung, 2B ..................................................Amanda Scott, P

NCAA All-Region Tournament Team

1997.............................................Laura Berg, OF .....................................................Randi Berg, SS .......................................... Angela Cervantez, 1B ..................................Nina Lindenberg, 2B (MVP) ............................................Amanda Scott, P/OF ..................................................Robyn Yorke, OF 1998.............................................Laura Berg, OF .......................................... Angela Cervantez, 1B ............................................ Nina Lindenberg, 2B ..................................................Jaime Maxey, 3B ............................Amanda Scott, P/OF/1B (MVP) .......................................... Carolyn Wilson, C/DP 1999................................Kristen Hunter, P (MVP) ............................................. Lovieanne Jung, 2B ............................................Amanda Scott, P/OF ..................................................... Becky Witt, OF 2000..................................... Kristen Hunter, LHP ..................................................... Lovie Jung, 2B .............................................Amanda Scott, RHP ..................................................... Becky Witt, OF 2001.....................................Lindsay Fossatti, 3B 2002................................ Vanessa Czarnecki, 1B .......................................... Jamie Southern, RHP 2003.............................Jamie Southern, RHP/UT 2007......................................Robin Mackin, RHP .................................................Haley Perkins, SS 2008....................................Jenna Cervantez, 2B ...............................................Haley Gilleland, SS ............................ Morgan Melloh, LHP (co-MVP) ................................................. Aja Scheuber, DP ..................................................Caitlin Stiglich, C

Angela Cervantez 2011

NCAA Statistical Champions – Team/Individual

1982................................................. Team (Runs) 1988...................................................Team (ERA) 1989................................ Martha Noffsinger, Hits ........................................................... Team (Hits) .................................................... Team (Doubles) ............................................... Team (Total Bases) 1990............. Martha Noffsinger/Julie Smith, Hits ................................................. Julie Smith, Runs ...........................................................Team (ERA) ........................................................... Team (Hits) ............................................... Team (Total Bases) 1991................................. Gina LoPiccolo, Walks 1994............................. Maureen Brady, Victories .............................................Team (Double Plays) 1995........................................ Robyn Yorke, Hits 1996.Nina Lindenberg, Hits/Doubles/Total Bases 1999..........................Angela Cervantez, Doubles ............................................. Amanda Scott, ERA ...........................................................Team (ERA) 2000..................................... Amanda Scott, ERA ...........................................................Team (ERA) 2002...................................Jamie Southern, ERA ..................................Team (Fielding Percentage) 2004......................... Christina Clark, Total Bases ...........................................Jamie Southern, ERA

Fresno State Academic All-America Trivia

The Fresno State softball program has produced 18 Academic All-Americans. In 1985, pitcher Barbara Cambria and second baseman Rita Walker were the program’s first Academic AllAmericans. In 1990, pitcher Carie Dever was the school’s first two-time Academic All-American -- male or female. In 1991, pitcher Terry Carpenter was the university’s first-ever student-athlete to capture First Team Academic All-America accolades. In 1997, outfielder Robyn Yorke became the first three-time Academic All-American ever in Fresno State athletic history. And, in 2002, Lindsay Fossatti became the softball program’s fifth First Team Academic All-American and the 13th Bulldog to garner first team selection overall at Fresno State.

Barbara Cambria

Robin Mackin

Terry Carpenter

Amanda Scott

1985 • 2nd Team, RHP

1991 • 1st Team, RHP 1990 • 3rd Team, RHP

Becky Witt

2007 • 2nd Team, RHP

2000 • 3rd Team, OF 2001 • 1st Team, OF

Robyn Yorke

2000 • 1st Team, RHP 1999 • 2nd Team, RHP

Carie Dever

Jamie Southern

Lindsay Fossatti

Rita Walker

1990 • 3rd Team, RHP 1988 • 3rd Team, RHP

1997 • 1st Team, OF 1996 • 2nd Team, OF 1995 • 2nd Team, OF

2004 • 3rd Team, RHP/UT 2005 • 2nd Team, RHP/UT

2002 • 1st Team, 3B 2001 • 3rd Team, 3B

1985 • Honorable Mention, 2B

Easton Sports All-Americans

2008..........................................Amanda Scott, P ..................................................... Lovie Jung, 2B ..................................................... Becky Witt, OF 2001............................................. Becky Witt, OF 2002........................................Jamie Southern, P 2003.......................................Christina Clark, SS ............................................. Jamie Southern, UT 2004.......................................Christina Clark, SS ................................................Jamie Southern, P 2005.......................................Christina Clark, SS ................................................Jamie Southern, P ................................................... Nichole Willis, C 2006.......................................Christina Clark, SS ...................................................Robin Mackin, P 2007...........................................Robin Mackin, P ................................................... Nichole Willis, C 2008.........................................Morgan Melloh, P 2011.............................. ....Michelle Moses, P/UT

NSCA All-Americans

Barbara Cambria 1985

Rita Walker 1985

Carie Dever 1988, 90

Terry Carpenter 1990-1991

Robyn Yorke 1995-97

Amanda Scott 1999-2000

Becky Witt 2000-01

Lindsay Fossatti 2001-02

Jamie Southern 2004-05

Robin Mackin 2007

1992........................................Alycia Lawton, OF 1996...................................... Catalina Chavez, C

Lindsay Fossatti 2012

Gina LoPiccolo

Martha Noffsinger

HISTORY

HISTORY

1999.................................. Margie Wright, Coach 2003.................................. Martha Noffsinger, SS 2005.......................................... Gena Strang, 1B

2006.............................. Lori Romeiro-Gardner, P 2008..........................................Amanda Scott, P .................... 1998 Fresno State Softball National ............................................ Championship Team 2009....................................................Laura Berg

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FRESNO STATE NATIONAL RANKINGS

YEARLY WAC CONFERENCE STANDINGS 1993 League Overall

1997 League Overall

2005 Overall League

CS Northridge 20 2 0 CS Sacramento 17 5 0 Fresno State 14 10 0 New Mexico 12 12 0 Utah 12 12 0 Southern Utah 4 20 0 San Diego State 3 21 0

Colorado State Fresno State Utah Hawai’i UNLV San Diego State San Jose State New Mexico Tulsa

Fresno State Hawai’i Tulsa San Jose State Nevada UTEP Louisiana Tech

W L T

W L T

48 9 1 36 21 0 38 24 0 33 21 0 23 22 0 9 36 0 23 36 0

1994 League Overall

W L T

CS Northridge 21 3 0 Utah 22 4 0 Fresno State 21 5 0 New Mexico 11 15 0 CS Sacramento 11 16 1 Colorado State 9 16 0 San Diego State 4 19 1 Southern Utah 1 22 0

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52 10 0 51 13 0 49 16 0 26 23 0 25 30 1 22 30 1 21 29 1 6 42 0

1995 League Overall

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CS Northridge 22 5 0 Utah 20 7 0 Fresno State 18 8 0 CS Sacramento 18 9 0 Colorado State 12 15 0 San Diego State 10 18 0 New Mexico 6 22 0 Southern Utah 3 25 0

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43 17 0 31 20 0 50 19 0 40 15 0 24 19 0 21 39 0 12 36 0 14 44 1

1996 League Overall

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Fresno State 24 2 0 CS Northridge 21 7 0 Utah 17 7 0 Colorado State 16 12 0 CS Sacramento 12 14 0 San Diego State 12 16 0 New Mexico 5 23 0 Southern Utah 1 27 0

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51 11 0 43 16 0 32 22 0 31 22 0 32 26 0 27 30 0 18 32 0 13 48 0

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26 6 0 23 9 0 22 10 0 18 14 0 17 15 0 14 18 0 10 22 0 9 23 0 5 27 0

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51 14 0 55 14 0 44 18 0 37 25 1 26 28 0 30 30 0 24 38 0 19 38 0 17 40 0

1998 League Overall

Fresno State Hawai’i Utah Colorado State San Diego State UNLV San Jose State Tulsa New Mexico

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28 2 0 22 8 0 19 13 0 16 13 0 14 17 0 13 19 0 11 21 0 8 22 0 8 24 0

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52 11 0 46 15 0 36 21 0 30 21 0 24 35 0 21 30 0 26 33 0 20 36 0 23 40 0

1999 League Overall

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Fresno State 24 0 0 New Mexico 14 7 0 Hawai’i 16 8 0 San Diego State 16 8 0 Utah 8 11 0 UNLV 8 16 0 Colorado State 6 14 0 Tulsa 6 17 0 San Jose State 2 19 0

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65 10 0 42 14 0 35 23 0 24 24 0 28 27 0 18 31 0 17 24 0 19 39 0 13 47 0

2000 League Overall

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Fresno State 16 2 0 Hawai’i 11 9 0 Loyola Marymount 10 10 0 Portland State 8 10 0 Tulsa 7 13 0 San Jose State 6 14 0

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54 14 0 25 24 0 34 26 0 22 34 0 20 32 0 19 37 0

2001 League Overall

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Fresno State 13 3 0 Hawai’i 16 4 0 Loyola Marymount 10 10 0 Portland State 9 11 0 San Jose State 5 15 0 Tulsa 3 13 0

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39 19 0 46 18 0 37 22 0 25 36 0 26 41 0 13 42 0

2002 League Overall

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Fresno State 18 6 0 Tulsa 15 9 0 Hawai’i 15 9 0 Loyola Marymount 14 10 0 Portland State 11 13 0 San Jose State 8 16 0 Louisiana Tech 3 21 0

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50 20 0 48 16 0 35 25 0 38 34 0 22 35 0 25 44 0 21 27 0

2003 League Overall

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80

40 19 0 36 22 0 26 35 0 34 29 0 16 42 0 22 35 0

2004 League Overall

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Fresno State 20 4 0 Tulsa 16 5 0 Nevada 13 11 0 Louisiana Tech 10 11 0 Hawai’i 10 14 0 San Jose State 9 13 0 UTEP 1 21 0

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48 20 0 45 18 0 38 28 0 27 33 0 28 33 0 16 35 0 8 46 0

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43 12 0 31 21 0 31 30 0 36 25 0 22 31 0 16 38 0 18 49 0

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17 1 0 12 6 0 11 7 0 10 8 0 8 10 0 3 15 0 2 16 0

2006 Overall League

Fresno State San Jose State Hawai’i Nevada New Mexico State Louisiana Tech Utah State

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37 19 0 23 27 0 32 22 0 33 33 0 26 23 0 18 31 0 8 38 0

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12 3 0 11 6 0 9 7 0 9 8 0 8 9 0 6 11 0 3 14 0

2007 Overall League

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Hawai’i 50 13 0 Fresno State 47 18 0 New Mexico State 31 27 0 Nevada 28 31 0 San Jose State 23 28 0 Utah State 17 36 0 Louisiana Tech 22 38 0

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16 2 0 15 3 0 9 9 0 9 9 0 6 12 0 5 13 0 3 15 0

2008 Overall League

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Nevada 44 18 0 Fresno State 54 13 0 Hawai’i 40 21 0 Louisiana Tech 37 29 0 New Mexico State 26 36 0 San Jose State 26 35 0 Utah State 14 34 0

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16 2 0 14 3 0 10 7 0 7 10 0 7 11 0 5 13 0 2 15 0

2009 Overall League

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Fresno State 38 20 0 Nevada 40 19 0 Hawai’i 30 24 0 Louisiana Tech 34 23 0 New Mexico State 33 21 0 San Jose State 19 37 0 Boise State 22 30 0 Utah State 10 37 0

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15 5 0 15 5 0 15 6 0 12 8 0 11 9 0 6 15 0 4 16 0 3 17 0

2010 Overall League

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Hawai’i 19 1 0 Fresno State 15 6 0 Boise State 13 8 0 Louisiana Tech 11 10 0 San Jose State 8 13 0 New Mexico State 7 14 0 Utah State 5 14 0 Nevada 4 16 0

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50 16 0 41 21 0 29 32 0 26 21 0 34 25 0 27 28 0 20 30 0 17 28 0

2011 Overall League

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New Mexico State 17 4 0 Fresno State 15 6 0 Boise State 15 6 0 Hawai’i 14 7 0 Utah State 8 13 0 Louisiana Tech 6 15 0 San Jose State 5 16 0 Nevada 4 17 0

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43 15 0 35 19 0 33 20 0 37 18 0 15 42 0 17 39 0 19 35 0 13 34 0

2012 Overall League

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Hawaii 17 3 0 Brigham Young 15 4 0 Fresno State 13 6 0 San Jose St 9 10 0 Nevada 9 12 0 Louisiana Tech 8 12 0 New Mexico State 5 16 0 Utah State 4 17 0

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44 9 0 45 15 0 36 23 0 28 28 0 21 36 0 25 33 0 24 29 0 24 29 0

2011

1983 NCAA Top 15

1990 Top 25 Wilson/NSCA

1984 Top 20 Softball (Capital News)

1991 NCAA Top 20

Week.................................................. Ranking March 8......................................... 8th March 29....................................... 6th April 5............................................ 6th April 12.......................................... 6th April 19.......................................... 8th April 26.......................................... 7th May 3............................................. 8th Highest Ranking ........................... 6th

Week.................................................. Ranking March 13..................................... 14th April 24........................................ 10th May 9............................................. 5th Highest Ranking ........................... 5th

1985 NCAA Top 20

Week.................................................. Ranking March 13....................................... 5th March 26....................................... 7th April 9............................................ 7th April 23.......................................... 6th May 7............................................. 7th Highest Ranking........................... 5th

1986 NCAA Top 20

Week.................................................. Ranking January 28................................... 12th March 11...................................... 2nd March 25...................................... 2nd April 8........................................... 2nd April 22.......................................... 6th May 6............................................. 7th Highest Ranking.......................... 2nd

1987 NCAA Top 20

Week.................................................. Ranking January 28..................................... 8th March 10..................................... 10th March 24....................................... 8th April 7............................................ 6th April 21.......................................... 6th May 5............................................. 6th Highest Ranking............................ 6th

1988 NCAA Top 20

Week.................................................. Ranking February 2.....................................3rd March 15....................................... 6th March 29.......................................3rd April 12......................................... 2nd April 26..........................................3rd May 10.......................................... 2nd Highest Ranking.......................... 2nd

1989 NCAA Top 20

Week ................................................. Ranking February 1.................................... 2nd March 14....................................... 1st March 28...................................... 2nd April 11..........................................3rd April 24.......................................... 4th May 9.............................................3rd Highest Ranking........................... 1st

2012

Week ................................................. Ranking February 8.................................... 2nd March 7........................................ 2nd March 27....................................... 4th April 4........................................... 2nd April 18..........................................3rd May 2............................................ 2nd May 15.......................................... 2nd Highest Ranking.......................... 2nd

Week ................................................. Ranking January 29.................................... 2nd March 12...................................... 2nd March 27...................................... 2nd April 9........................................... 2nd April 22......................................... 2nd May 7............................................ 2nd Highest Ranking.......................... 2nd

1992 NCAA Top 20

Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason..................................... 2nd March 10....................................... 4th March 24....................................... 4th April 7............................................3rd April 21.......................................... 4th May 5............................................. 4th Highest Ranking.......................... 2nd

1993 NCAA Top 20

Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason......................................3rd March 16....................................... 5th March 30....................................... 8th April 12........................................ 15th April 27........................................ 11th May 11......................................... 11th Highest Ranking............................3rd

1994 NCAA Top 20

Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason...................................... 7th March 30....................................... 5th April 13.......................................... 5th April 27.......................................... 6th May 11........................................... 6th Highest Ranking............................ 5th

1995 Top 25 USA TODAY/NSCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason......................................3rd March 1.........................................3rd March 8.........................................3rd March 15.......................................3rd March 22.......................................3rd March 29.......................................3rd April 5............................................ 4th April 12.......................................... 4th April 19..........................................3rd April 26..........................................3rd May 3............................................. 4th May 10........................................... 5th June 14.......................................... 8th Highest Ranking............................3rd

1996 Top 25 USA Today/NSCA 2000 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason......................................3rd February 28...................................3rd March 6......................................... 4th March 13....................................... 4th March 20....................................... 4th March 27....................................... 6th April 3............................................ 4th April 10.......................................... 4th April 17........................................T3rd April 24..........................................3rd May 1.............................................3rd May 8.............................................3rd May 29........................................... 8th Highest Ranking............................3rd

1997 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason......................................3rd February 25.................................. 2nd March 4........................................ 2nd March 11...................................... 2nd March 18...................................... 2nd March 25...................................... 2nd April 1........................................... 2nd April 8............................................ 1st April 15.......................................... 1st April 22......................................... 2nd April 29......................................... 2nd May 7............................................. 4th May 27...........................................3rd Highest Ranking............................ 1st

1998 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason..................................... 2nd February 25................................... 4th March 2......................................... 5th March 9......................................... 5th March 18....................................... 5th March 25....................................... 4th April 1............................................3rd April 8............................................3rd April 15..........................................3rd April 22.......................................... 4th April 29..........................................3rd May 6.............................................3rd May 28........................................... 1st Highest Ranking............................ 1st

1999 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason...................................... 1st March 3.........................................3rd March 10.......................................3rd March 17.......................................3rd March 24....................................... 4th March 31.......................................3rd April 7............................................3rd April 14......................................... 2nd April 21......................................... 2nd April 28......................................... 2nd May 5............................................ 2nd May 12.......................................... 2nd June 2............................................3rd Highest Ranking............................ 1st

Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason......................................3rd February 23................................... 5th March 1......................................... 8th March 8......................................... 7th March 15....................................... 7th March 22....................................... 6th March 31....................................... 6th April 5............................................ 5th April 12.......................................... 5th April 19.......................................... 4th April 30.......................................... 6th May 3............................................. 6th May 10........................................... 6th May 31......................................... 10th Highest Ranking............................3rd

2001 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason...................................... 9th February 21................................... 8th February 28................................... 7th March 7......................................... 7th March 14....................................... 7th March 21..................................... 11th March 28..................................... 13th April 4.......................................... 13th April 11........................................ 15th April 18........................................ 14th April 25........................................ 16th May 2........................................... 16th May 9........................................... 17th May 30........................................ 22nd Highest Ranking............................ 7th

2002 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason.................................... 16th February 20................................. 13th February 27................................. 13th March 6....................................... 10th March 13..................................... 10th March 20..................................... 10th March 27..................................... 11th April 3.......................................... 12th April 10........................................ 12th April 17........................................ 13th April 24........................................ 13th May 1........................................... 14th May 8........................................... 14th May 29......................................... 17th Highest Ranking.......................... 10th

2003 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason.................................... 15th February 19................................ 22nd Highest Ranking.......................... 15th

HISTORY

HISTORY

Hawai’i 17 3 0 Fresno State 14 4 0 San Jose State 8 10 0 Tulsa 8 12 0 Louisiana Tech 6 14 0 Nevada 5 15 0

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FRESNO STATE soFtBall

NATIONAL RANKINGS 2004 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA 2008 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason....................................23rd February 18................................. 16th February 25................................. 16th March 3....................................... 15th March 10..................................... 15th March 17..................................... 15th March 24..................................... 14th March 31..................................... 14th April 7.......................................... 13th April 14........................................ 12th April 21........................................ 12th April 28........................................ 14th May 5........................................... 14th May 12......................................... 16th June 3.......................................... 25th Highest Ranking.......................... 12th

2005 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason.................................... 19th February 16................................. 21st February 23................................. 25th March 2....................................... 24th March 9...................................... 22nd March 16..................................... 24th March 23.....................................23rd March 30..................................... 21st April 6.......................................... 19th April 13........................................ 18th April 20........................................ 20th April 27........................................ 18th May 4........................................... 16th May 11......................................... 15th June 15....................................... 22nd Highest Ranking.......................... 15th

2006 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA

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2009 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason.................................... 14th Feb. 10........................................ 15th Feb. 17........................................ 14th Feb. 24........................................ 15th March 3....................................... 24th March 10..................................... 24th March 17..................................... 25th May 5........................................... 25th Highest Ranking.......................... 14th

2010 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason.................................... 25th Feb. 15........................................ 17th Feb. 22........................................ 19th March 2...................................... 22nd Highest Ranking.......................... 17th

2011 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking March 1.......................................... 23 April 5............................................. 23 Highest Ranking..........................23rd

THE DIAMOND CLUB

As the largest softball booster club in the nation, the Diamond Club has been an integral part of the Fresno State softball program throughout the years. Created to provide unwavering support, fiscal supplement and undeniably red enthusiasm for Bulldog Softball, the Diamond Club ensures the success of the program from behind the scenes. Joining the Diamond Club is easy. Stop by the Diamond Club shed or meet one of the Diamond Club board members in person at all home games. In addition, seat options can be selected and reserved (verified by Bulldog Ticket Office) by viewing the Bulldog Diamond seat option chart. The Diamond Club, whose fan support has helped propel the Bulldogs into the nation’s top attendance leader throughout the years, is present not only at home but on the road as the ‘Dogs continue their quest for national championships. For membership information, benefits and how to contribute to the success of Bulldog Softball, phone (559) 278-6833.

GINNY BUSICK ENDOWMENT FUND ASA Hall of Fame pitcher Ginny Busick, a member of the Fresno Rockets nationally recognized softball team, passed away in 1983. A memorial softball grant endowment fund was established in 1989 to aid the Fresno State softball program. The Fresno Rockets women’s softball team represented the City of Fresno and the San Joaquin Valley in national, state, and local competition and was a three-time ASA National Champion during the 1950’s. Each of these former Rockets loved the game of softball and has contributed their varied expertise to the game. They have shared in the team’s wins and losses and they have faced hardships and accepted accolades. Many of these former team members are in their golden years, and like Ginny, devoted a great deal of time and effort to the game of softball. Donations should be sent to the California State University Fresno Foundation, Fresno, California, 93740. It is important to indicate that the contribution should be credited to the Ginny Busick, Fresno Rockets Memorial Fund.

MABEL “MAX” BENNETT MEMORIAL STADIUM FUND

Mabel “Max” Bennett was an All-America pitcher for the Fresno Rockets women’s softball team from 1956-64. Bennett passed away in 1996 and as a tribute to her, friends and former teammates established a memorial fund to assist in the construction of Fresno State’s softball stadium. She loved the game of softball and was aware of the fund. Donations may be sent to head coach Margie Wright at California State University, Fresno, California, 93740. Please indicate that the contribution be credited to the Mabel “Max” Bennett Memorial Softball Stadium Fund.

2007 Top 25 USA Today/NFCA Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason.................................... 21st Feb. 14........................................ 21st Feb. 22....................................... 22nd April 4………………..............……24th April 11........................................ 24th April 18........................................ 25th June 20..................................... T 25th Highest Ranking.......................... 21st

FORMER HEAD COACH MARGIE WRIGHT SURROUNDED BY (BACK, L-R) SHELLY MORRISON, KERRI DONIS, SHELLY STOKES, (FRONT L-R) MARTHA NOFFSINGER AND CARIE DEVER WITH THE 1988 AND 1989 NCAA WCWS RUNNERUP TROPHIES.

2012

2013

RECORDS

RECORDS

Week.................................................. Ranking Preseason.................................... 20th Feb. 15...................................... T25th March 1....................................... 25th March 15..................................... 24th March 22.....................................23rd March 29..................................... 24th April 5..........................................23rd April 12........................................ 24th April 19........................................23rd April 26....................................... 22nd May 3...........................................23rd May 10.........................................23rd June 14........................................23rd Highest Ranking.......................... 20th

Week.................................................. Ranking March 4.......................................23rd March 11..................................... 21st March 18..................................... 19th March 25…………................……13th April 1.......................................... 13th April 8.......................................... 13th April 15........................................ 12th April 22........................................ 10th April 29........................................ 10th May 6........................................... 10th May 13......................................... 12th June 10........................................ 15th Highest Ranking.......................... 10th

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FRESNO STATE ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

1997.................................. Robyn Yorke 2000................................Amanda Scott 2001..................................... Becky Witt 2002............................ Lindsay Fossatti

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

1985......... Barbara Cambria, 2nd Team ............ Rita Walker, Honorable Mention 1988................... Carie Dever, 3rd Team 1990............. Terry Carpenter, 3rd Team ........................... Carie Dever, 3rd Team 1991..............Terry Carpenter, 1st Team 1995................ Robyn Yorke, 2nd Team 1996................ Robyn Yorke, 2nd Team 1997..................Robyn Yorke, 1st Team 1999.............. Amanda Scott, 2nd Team 2000............... Amanda Scott, 1st Team ............................ Becky Witt, 3rd Team 2001............Lindsay Fossatti, 3rd Team .............................Becky Witt, 1st Team 2002............ Lindsay Fossatti, 1st Team 2004............ Jamie Southern, 3rd Team 2005............Jamie Southern, 2nd Team 2007...............Robin Mackin, 2nd Team

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT

1985........................... Barbara Cambria ............................................ Rita Walker 1988....................................Carie Dever 1990..............................Terry Carpenter ............................................Carie Dever 1991..............................Terry Carpenter 1993............................ Donna McDaniel ......................................... Christa Yorke 1995.................................. Robyn Yorke 1996.................................. Robyn Yorke 1997...............................Lindsay Parker .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1998................................. Jaime Maxey ........................................Amanda Scott 1999................................Amanda Scott ............................................. Becky Witt 2000................................Amanda Scott ............................................. Becky Witt 2001............................ Lindsay Fossatti ............................................. Becky Witt 2002............................ Lindsay Fossatti ......................................Tiffany Whipple 2003......................................... Mitzi Ing 2004......................................... Mitzi Ing ..................................... Jamie Southern 2005............................. Jamie Southern 2007............... Haley Perkins, 2nd Team ........................ Robin Mackin, 1st Team 2008................ Haley Perkins, 1st Team ......................... Aja Scheuber, 1st Team 2009............... Haley Perkins, 2nd Team

PHI KAPPA PHI

2000............................ Lindsay Fossatti ............................................. Becky Witt

GEORGE ILG AWARD

1990....................................Carie Dever 2002............................ Lindsay Fossatti 2011...................................Brooke Ortiz

FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE AWARD

1991.......................... Michelle Gardiner 1997................................... Shelly Rude .......................................... Robyn Yorke

HAROLD HAAK SCHOLARSHIP

2001............................ Lindsay Fossatti

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BULLDOG FOUNDATION WOMEN’S FOUNDATION

2001..................................... Becky Witt 2002........................ Vanessa Czarnecki 2003........................ Vanessa Czarnecki 2006............................. Leticia Pacheco 2008........................ Lindsay Milchovich

2004......................................... Mitzi Ing

MR. BULLDOG SCHOLARSHIP

2003...................................... Sha Oliver .............................................. Pam West 2004......................................... Mitzi Ing 2006................................. Nichole Willis 2008....... Haley Perkins/Alexandra King

ARTHUR ASHE, JR. SPORTS SCHOLARS AWARD

2003......................................... Mitzi Ing

NFCA SCHOLAR ATHLETE (3.5 GPA FOR SCHOOL YEAR)

1997-98..........................Alicia Dowland ........................................Amanda Scott ...................................... Jennifer Slaney ............................................. Becky Witt 2000-01................... Vanessa Czarnecki .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ................................................. Mitzi Ing ..................................... Jamie Southern ......................................Tiffany Whipple ............................................. Becky Witt 2001-02................... Vanessa Czarnecki .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ................................................. Mitzi Ing ..................................... Jamie Southern .............................................. Pam West ......................................Tiffany Whipple 2004-05........................ Jamie Southern 2006-07................. Samantha Legorreta .........................................Robin Mackin ................................ Lindsay Milchovich ......................................... Aja Scheuber 2007-08............................Haley Perkins .............................. Samantha Legorreta ..........................................Ashley White 2008-09................... Lindsay Milchovich .........................................Haley Perkins ...................................... Mallory Perkins ........................................Kaylan Pollard 2009-10............................. Diane Runge 2010-11.......................... Nicole Angene .........................................Vonnie Martin ...........................................Brooke Ortiz .......................................... Diane Runge

STAN BATES AWARD

2001..................................... Becky Witt

PCAA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

1988.................................. Gena Strang

BIG WEST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

1990....................................Carie Dever 1992..............................Terry Carpenter

BIG WEST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE (3.2 CUMULATIVE GPA)

1989....................................Carie Dever ......................................Shelly Morrison .........................................Shelly Stokes .......................................... Gena Strang 1990..............................Terry Carpenter ............................................Carie Dever ............................................. Kerri Donis ......................................Shelly Morrison .....................................Misty Poplawski 1991..............................Terry Carpenter ............................................Carie Dever ............................................. Kerri Donis .................................. Michelle Gardiner .............................................Dina Lopez .................................... Donna McDaniel ......................................Shelly Morrison ..................................Martha Noffsinger .....................................Misty Poplawski ........................................... Mia Rexroth ............................................. Julie Smith .........................................Shelly Stokes 1992..................................Michelle Bolt ......................................Terry Carpenter .................................... Donna McDaniel ..................................... RaeAnn Pifferini .....................................Misty Poplawski ......................................... Christa Yorke

1992-93........................ Jennifer Donner .................................... Donna McDaniel ................................... Shannon Munger ......................................... Christa Yorke 1993-94........................... Lesley Harder ......................................... Jenifer Henry ........................................ Alycia Lawton .................................... Donna McDaniel ................................... Shannon Munger ......................................... Christa Yorke 1994-95.............................Michelle Bolt ............................................. Brandi Hall ......................................... Jenifer Henry ........................................... Shelly Rude .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1995-96........................Catalina Chavez ......................................... Jenifer Henry .................................... Nina Lindenberg ........................................... Shelly Rude .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1996-97........................Catalina Chavez ......................................... Jaime Maxey .......................................Lindsay Parker ........................................... Shelly Rude .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1997-98........................ Candice Bowlin ..................................... Natalie Driggers ......................................... Jaime Maxey ........................................... Shelly Rude ........................................Amanda Scott ...................................... Jennifer Slaney .......................................Carolyn Wilson 1998-99........................ Candice Bowlin .......................................Alicia Dowland ......................................... Jaime Maxey .......................................Lindsay Parker ........................................Amanda Scott ...................................... Jennifer Slaney ............................................ Amber Wall ............................................. Becky Witt 1999-00........................ Candice Bowlin ................................ Vanessa Czarnecki .......................................Alicia Dowland .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ........................................Kristen Hunter ......................................... Jaime Maxey ...................................... Jennifer Slaney ............................................. Becky Witt 2000-01................... Vanessa Czarnecki ..........................................Stefani Davis .......................................Alicia Dowland ............................................Dana Duran .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ....................................... Lindsay Foster ......................................Alexis Jennings ................................... Shannyn Morgan ............................. Alejandra Roncancio ........................................Amanda Scott ............................................. Becky Witt 2001-02................... Vanessa Czarnecki .......................................Alicia Dowland .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ................................................. Mitzi Ing ..................................... Jamie Southern ......................................Tiffany Whipple ............................................. Becky Witt 2002-03................... Vanessa Czarnecki .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ................................................. Mitzi Ing ..................................... Jamie Southern .............................................. Pam West ......................................Tiffany Whipple 2003-04.................................... Mitzi Ing ..................................... Jamie Southern .............................................. Pam West 2004-05.................................... Mitzi Ing ....................................Shauna Johnson ................................ Lindsay Milchovich .....................................Amanda Nesbitt ...................................... Mallory Perkins ..................................... Jamie Southern 2006-07.......................Jenna Cervantez .....................................Shannon Garvin .............................. Samantha Legorreta .........................................Robin Mackin ..................................... Amanda Nelson .........................................Haley Perkins ..................................... Jasmine Robles ......................................... Aja Scheuber .........................................Kori Sherman 2007-08.......................... Nicole Angene ...................................... Alexandra King .............................. Samantha Legorreta .........................................Robin Mackin .......................................Morgan Melloh .........................................Haley Perkins ......................................... Aja Scheuber ........................................Caitlin Stiglich

..........................................Ashley White 2008-09.......................... Jody Badorine .........................................Haley Perkins ........................................Kaylan Pollard ........................................Catilin Stiglich 2009-10...........................Kaylan Pollard .......................................... Diane Runge 2010-11............................... Ashley Cox .......................................Haley Gilleland .........................................Vonnie Martin ...........................................Brooke Ortiz ........................................Kaylan Pollard .......................................... Diane Runge .......................................... Demi Walker

FRESNO STATE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE (3.0 GPA FOR ACADEMIC YEAR) 1988-89.........................Terry Carpenter ............................................Carie Dever ............................................. Kerri Donis ......................................Shelly Morrison .....................................Misty Poplawski .........................................Shelly Stokes .......................................... Gena Strang ...................................... Carol Taniguchi 1989-90.........................Terry Carpenter ............................................Carie Dever ............................................. Kerri Donis .................................. Michelle Gardiner .......................................... Kathy Mayer .................................... Donna McDaniel ......................................Shelly Morrison .....................................Misty Poplawski .........................................Shelly Stokes 1990-91.............................Michelle Bolt ......................................Terry Carpenter ............................................Carie Dever ............................................. Kerri Donis .................................. Michelle Gardiner .............................................Dina Lopez .................................... Donna McDaniel ......................................Shelly Morrison ..................................Martha Noffsinger .....................................Misty Poplawski ........................................... Mia Rexroth ............................................. Julie Smith .........................................Shelly Stokes ......................................... Christa Yorke 1991-92.............................Michelle Bolt ...................................... Maureen Brady ......................................Terry Carpenter ........................................ Alycia Lawton .................................... Donna McDaniel ..................................... RaeAnn Pifferini .....................................Misty Poplawski .......................................Jenna Sawdon ......................................... Christa Yorke 1992-93.......................... Natalie Arballo .......................................Michelle Bento .......................................... Erika Blanco ..........................................Michelle Bolt .....................................Catalina Chavez ..................................... Jennifer Donner ......................................... Marcie Green ........................................ Lesley Harder ........................................ Alycia Lawton ............................................. Kim Maher .................................... Donna McDaniel ..................................... Jennifer McNatt ................................... Shannon Munger ....................................................Jo Pini .....................................Misty Poplawski ......................................... Christa Yorke 1993-94.............................Michelle Bolt ............................................. Brandi Hall ........................................ Lesley Harder ......................................... Jenifer Henry ........................................ Alycia Lawton .................................... Donna McDaniel ................................... Shannon Munger ........................................... Shelly Rude ......................................... Christa Yorke 1994-95.............................Michelle Bolt ............................................. Brandi Hall ......................................... Jenifer Henry ........................................... Shelly Rude .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1995-96........................Catalina Chavez ..................................... Natalie Driggers ......................................... Jenifer Henry .........................................Brooke Justin .................................... Nina Lindenberg ......................................... Jaime Maxey .......................................Lindsay Parker ..........................................Trina Puckett ........................................... Shelly Rude ...................................... Jennifer Slaney ......................................... Nicole Weber .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1996-97........................Catalina Chavez ......................................... Jaime Maxey .......................................Lindsay Parker ..........................................Trina Puckett

........................................... Shelly Rude ........................................Amanda Scott .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1997-98...............................Katy Berger ..................................... Candice Bowlin .......................................Kara Campbell .....................................Catalina Chavez .......................................Alicia Dowland ..................................... Natalie Driggers .........................................Kortney Edge .................................... Jennifer Jokinen ......................................... Jaime Maxey .......................................Lindsay Parker ..........................................Trina Puckett ........................................... Shelly Rude ........................................Amanda Scott ...................................... Jennifer Slaney .......................................Carolyn Wilson ..........................................Davi Wisener ............................................. Becky Witt .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1998-99........................ Candice Bowlin ........................................... Kelley Cook ................................ Vanessa Czarnecki .......................................Alicia Dowland .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ........................................Kristen Hunter ............................................. Lovie Jung ......................................... Jaime Maxey .......................................Lindsay Parker ........................................Amanda Scott ...................................... Jennifer Slaney ............................................ Amber Wall ............................................. Becky Witt 1999-00........................ Candice Bowlin ................................ Vanessa Czarnecki ........................................... Kelley Cook .......................................Alicia Dowland ............................................Dana Duran .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ....................................... Lindsay Foster ........................................Kristen Hunter ......................................... Jaime Maxey .......................................Lindsay Parker .................................... Kaci Pennington ......................................Alex Roncancio ........................................Amanda Scott ...................................... Jennifer Slaney .............................................. Pam West .......................................Carolyn Wilson ............................................. Becky Witt 2000-01................... Vanessa Czarnecki ..........................................Stefani Davis .......................................Alicia Dowland ............................................Dana Duran .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ....................................... Lindsay Foster ..................................... Lashme Gomez ......................................Amanda Hinton ................................................. Mitzi Ing ......................................Alexis Jennings ................................... Shannyn Morgan ........................................... Leslie Poole .................................Courtney Rathjens ............................. Alejandra Roncancio ........................................Amanda Scott ..................................... Jamie Southern .............................................. Pam West ......................................Tiffany Whipple ............................................. Becky Witt ......................................Michelle Wright 2001-02................... Vanessa Czarnecki .......................................Alicia Dowland .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ....................................... Lindsay Foster ..................................... Lashme Gomez ................................................. Mitzi Ing .............................................. Sha Oliver ..................................... Leticia Pacheco ..................................... Jamie Southern .............................................. Pam West ......................................Tiffany Whipple ............................................. Becky Witt 2002-03.......................... Christina Clark ................................ Vanessa Czarnecki .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ..........................Caitlin Haworth-Yasger ................................................. Mitzi Ing ..................................... Elizabeth Pierce ........................................... Leslie Poole ..................................... Jamie Southern .............................................. Pam West ......................................Tiffany Whipple ......................................... Amanda Wolf 2003-04.............Caitlin Haworth-Yasger ................................................. Mitzi Ing ..................................... Jamie Southern .............................................. Pam West 2004-05.......................Jenna Cervantez ......................................... Daisy Gaynor ................................................. Mitzi Ing ....................................Shauna Johnson ................................ Lindsay Milchovich

2011

.....................................Amanda Nesbitt ...................................... Mallory Perkins ..................................... Jamie Southern ......................................... Nichole Willis 2005-06...........................Jenelle Bivens .....................................Shannon Garvin .....................................Katrina Jacques ....................................Shauna Johnson .........................................Robin Mackin ................................ Lindsay Milchovich .......................................... Katie Nelson .....................................Amanda Nesbitt .........................................Haley Perkins ...................................... Mallory Perkins ..................................... Jasmine Robles ..........................................Ashley White 2006-07...........................Merryann Barr ....................................Jenna Cervantez .....................................Shannon Garvin .............................. Samantha Legorreta .........................................Robin Mackin ................................ Lindsay Milchovich ..................................... Amanda Nelson .........................................Haley Perkins ..................................... Jasmine Robles ......................................... Aja Scheuber .........................................Kori Sherman ..........................................Ashley White 2007-08.......................... Nicole Angene ....................................Jenna Cervantez .....................................Shannon Garvin .......................................Haley Gilleland ...................................... Alexandra King .............................. Samantha Legorreta .........................................Robin Mackin .......................................Morgan Melloh ................................ Lindsay Milchovich .........................................Haley Perkins ....................................... Brooke Phipps ......................................... Aja Scheuber ........................................Caitlin Stiglich ..........................................Ashley White 2008-09.......................... Nicole Angene ....................................... Jody Badorine ......................................Halley Gilleland ....................................Shauna Johnson ................................ Lindsay Milchovich .........................................Haley Perkins ........................................Kaylan Pollard ........................................Caitlin Stiglich 2009-10............................... Ashley Cox .......................................Haley Gilleland ........................................... Alexis Lujan .......................................... Diane Runge ........................................Caitlin Stiglich .................................... Rebecca Walker 2010-11.......................... Nicole Angene ............................................ Ashley Cox .......................................Haley Gilleland ......................................... Rebecca Hall .........................................Vonnie Martin .....................................Courtney Moore ......................................Michelle Moses .................................. Mackenzie Oakes ...........................................Brooke Ortiz ........................................Kaylan Pollard .......................................... Diane Runge ........................................Caitlin Stiglich .......................................... Demi Walker ......................................Elle Woodhams

WAC FRESHMEN ALL-ACADEMIC (3.0 CUMULATIVE GPA, 1 YEAR, & 50% ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION)

1998...............................Alicia Dowland ............................................. Becky Witt 1999........................ Vanessa Czarnecki .................................... Lindsay Fossatti 2000...................................... Pam West 2001......................................... Mitzi Ing 2005.............................Amanda Nesbitt 2006................................Merryann Barr .........................................Robin Mackin .........................................Haley Perkins 2008............................... Nicole Angene .......................................Haley Gilleland .......................................Morgan Melloh ........................................Caitlin Stiglich 2009............................... Jody Badorine ........................................Kaylan Pollard 2010.................................. Diane Runge .................................... Rebecca Walker 2011...................................Brooke Ortiz .......................................... Demi Walker

WAC ALL-ACADEMIC (3.0 GPA, 1 YEAR, & 50% ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION)

1993 (Fall).................... Donna McDaniel ................................... Shannon Munger ......................................... Christa Yorke 1994 (Spring).................... Christa Yorke

2012

1995 (Fall)............................. Brandi Hall ......................................... Jenifer Henry ........................................... Shelly Rude .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1996 (Spring)...................... Shelly Rude .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1997 (Fall)......................... Jaime Maxey ........................................... Shelly Rude .......................................... Robyn Yorke 1998 (Spring)..................Alicia Dowland ......................................... Jaime Maxey ........................................Amanda Scott ............................................. Becky Witt 1998 (Fall).......................Alicia Dowland ......................................... Jaime Maxey ........................................Amanda Scott ............................................. Becky Witt 1999 (Spring)................ Candice Bowlin ................................ Vanessa Czarnecki .......................................Alicia Dowland .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ......................................... Jaime Maxey ...................................... Jennifer Slaney ............................................. Becky Witt 2000 (Spring)........... Vanessa Czarnecki .......................................Alicia Dowland .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ........................................Kristen Hunter ........................................Amanda Scott .............................................. Pam West ............................................. Becky Witt 2001 (Spring)........... Vanessa Czarnecki .......................................Alicia Dowland .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ................................................. Mitzi Ing ......................................Tiffany Whipple ............................................. Becky Witt 2002 (Spring)........... Vanessa Czarnecki .......................................Alicia Dowland .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ................................................. Mitzi Ing .............................................. Pam West ......................................Tiffany Whipple ............................................. Becky Witt 2003 (Spring)............................ Mitzi Ing ..................................... Elizabeth Pierce ..................................... Jamie Southern .............................................. Pam West 2004 (Spring)............................ Mitzi Ing ..................................... Jamie Southern 2005 (Spring)............................ Mitzi Ing .....................................Amanda Nesbitt ..................................... Jamie Southern 2006 (Spring)...................Merryann Barr ....................................Jenna Cervantez .........................................Robin Mackin .........................................Haley Perkins ..........................................Ashley White 2007 (Spring)...............Jenna Cervantez .....................................Shannon Garvin .............................. Samantha Legorreta .........................................Robin Mackin ................................ Lindsay Milchovich ..................................... Amanda Nelson .........................................Haley Perkins ..................................... Jasmine Robles ......................................... Aja Scheuber ..........................................Ashley White 2008 (Spring) ......... Nicole Angene ....................................Jenna Cervantez .......................................Haley Gilleland .......................................Morgan Melloh .........................................Haley Perkins ......................................... Aja Scheuber ........................................Caitlin Stiglich ..........................................Ashley White 2009 (Spring).................. Nicole Angene ....................................... Jody Badorine .......................................Haley Gilleland .........................................Haley Perkins ..................................... Ryane Petersen ........................................Kaylan Pollard ........................................Caitlin Stiglich 2010 (Spring).................. Jody Badorine .......................................Haley Gilleland .......................................... Diane Runge ........................................Caitlin Stiglich .................................... Rebecca Walker 2011 (Spring).................. Nicole Angene .......................................Haley Gilleland ......................................... Rebecca Hall ...........................................Brooke Ortiz ........................................Kaylan Pollard .......................................... Diane Runge ........................................Caitlin Stiglich .......................................... Demi Walker

DEAN’S LIST Nicole Angene................................................................ 2011 Laura Berg..................................................................... 1997 Katy Berger.................................................................... 1997 Erika Blanco................................................................... 1997 Michelle Bolt........................................................ 1992, 1994 Candice Bowlin......................................... 1997, 1999 (S & F) Stesha Brazil.................................................................. 2011 Terry Carpenter.................................................... 1991, 1992 Catalina Chavez................................................... 1995, 1996 Lisamarie Coronado....................................................... 2007 Ashley Cox........................................................... 2009, 2011 Vanessa Czarnecki................................... 1998, 1999 (F & S), ............................................ 2000 (F & S), 2001, 2002 (S & F) Jennifer Donner.............................................................. 1992 Alicia Dowland.................................. 1997, 1999, 2001, 2002 Dana Duran.................................................................... 1999 Kortney Edge....................................................... 1997, 1998 Aubrey Fast.................................................................... 2008 Lindsay Fossatti....................................... 1998, 1999 (F & S), ............................................ 2000 (F & S), 2001, 2002 (S & F) Lindsay Foster............................................1999, 2001, 2002 Michelle Gardiner........................................1991, 1992, 1994 Daisy Gaynor.................................................................. 2004 Haley Gilleland.......................................................... 2010 (F) Lashme Gomez.................................................... 2000, 2002 Taylor Green................................................................... 2011 Brandi Hall..................................................................... 1994 Lesley Harder....................................................... 1993, 1994 Caitlin Haworth-Yasger............................. 2002, 2003 (S & F) Jenifer Henry........................................................ 1993, 1994 Kristen Hunter...................................................... 1998, 1999 Mitzi Ing........................................2000 (S & F), 2001 (S & F), ..............................................2002 (F), 2003 (S & F), 2004 (F) Shauna Johnson.........................................2007, 2008, 2009 Brook Justin................................................................... 1996 Samantha Legorreta....................................2006, 2007, 2008 Robin Mackin........................ 2005, 2006 (S &F), 2007 (S & F) Vonnie Martin.................................................. 2010, 2011 (S) Jaime Maxey.................................. 1995, 1996, 1997 (F & S),

....................................................... 1998 (F & S), 1999, 2000 Donna McDaniel.............................. 1991, 1992 (F & S), 1993 Jennifer McNatt.............................................................. 1992 Lindsay Milchovich............................ 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Courtney Moore........................................................ 2010 (F) Michelle Moses......................................................... 2010 (F) Amanda Nelson.............................................................. 2007 Katie Nelson................................................................... 2005 Brooke Ortiz.............................................. 2010, 2011 (S & F) Michelle Papi........................................................ 1997, 1999 Lindsay Parker............................................................... 1995 Kaci Pennington............................................................. 2000 Shannon Peralez.................................................. 1992, 1993 Haley Perkins.........................2005, 2007 (S & F), 2008, 2009 Mallory Perkins..................................................... 2004, 2009 Leslie Poole.................................................................... 2003 Misty Poplawski................................................... 1991, 1992 Kaylan Pollard..............................2008 (F), 2009 (S), 2010 (F) Trina Puckett.................................................................. 1995 Jasmine Robles.............................................................. 2006 Shelly Rude.............................................. 1994 (S & F), 1995, ................................................................. 1996 (F & S), 1997 Diane Runge........................ 2009, 2010 (S & F), 2011 (S & F) Jenna Sawdon............................................................... 1992 Amanda Scott............................................1997, 1998, 1999, ................................................................. 2000 (S & F), 2001 Aja Scheuber........................................................ 2006, 2007 Kori Sherman................................................................. 2006 Jennifer Slaney.......................1995, 1997, 1998 (S & F), 1999 Jamie Southern......................2001, 2002, 2003 (S & F), 2004 Caitlin Stiglich............................................ 2007 (F), 2009 (S) Amber Wall..................................................................... 1998 Pam West................................... 2000, 2002 (S & F), 2003 (F) Tiffany Whipple...........................................2000, 2001, 2002 Ashley White...............................................2005, 2007, 2008 Becky Witt.................... 1997, 1998 (S & F), 1999, 2000, 2001 Christa Yorke.................................................................. 1991 Robyn Yorke...........................1994, 1995, 1996 (S & F), 1997 F = Fall Semester................................................................... S = Spring Semester..............................................................

STAN BATES AWARD WINNERS

The Western Athletic Conference established the Stan Bates Award in 1981 in honor of former Western Athletic Conference commissioner Stan Bates. This award is given annually to the conference’s top male and female senior scholar-athlete based on an individual’s athletic and academic accomplishments and carries $2,000 postgraduate scholarship. .In 1998, Fresno State had its first-ever Stan Bates award winner in former Bulldog women’s soccer standout Christina Bell and in 2001, the university had its second-ever honoree in All-America softball standout Becky Witt. .In the classroom, Bell graduated cum laude from Fresno State with a degree in psychology in May 1998. Recently having her Bulldog jersey retired, Bell became Fresno State’s first women’s professional soccer player drafted by the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA) and helped the Bay Area’s Cyber Rays to its first WUSA title in the inaugural season of the league (2001). Witt, who graduated in May 2002 with a degree in kinesiology, became the 11th student-athlete to receive an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. A two-time USA softball 60 elite pool member, Witt closed out her career ranked among the NCAA’s best in hits and runs while beCHRISTINA BELL BECKY WITT ing a two-time Verizon Academic All-American and NCAA All-American.

NCAA TOP VIII AWARD

Fresno State had its first-ever NCAA Top VIII Award winner in former Bulldog softball standout Amanda Scott. Five years later, the university sported its second NCAA Top VIII Award winner in former Bulldog and USA Softball National Team member Jamie Southern. .Scott, also a NCAA Postgraduate recipient, was one of eight elite student-athletes from around the nation selected by the NCAA as the best of the best in their final year of eligibility. Honored at the 2001 NCAA Convention in Orlando, Fla., on January 7, Scott was the second-ever Division I softball athlete chosen since the program’s inception in 1973. .Southern, who was a four-time All-American and two-time Academic All-American, finished her career ranked in nine of the 11 NCAA Division I all-time pitching categories. Honored at the 2006 NCAA Convention in Indianapolis on January 7, Southern is the fourth Division I softball athlete picked. .From 2001 through 2006, Fresno State is one of eight schools to have had at least multiple NCAA Top VIII Award winners. .Recipient of one of the most coveted and prestigious awards handed out yearly, Scott and Southern were considered from all NCAA Division I, II and III student-athletes. The Top VIII Award singles out the top eight individuals who were outstanding senior student-athletes and demonstrated achievements in athletics, academics, and character, leadership and activities.

HISTORY

HISTORY

KIWANIS TORCHLIGHTERS

1997.................................. Robyn Yorke 1999................................... Shelly Rude 2001..................................... Becky Witt 2002........................ Vanessa Czarnecki .................................... Lindsay Fossatti ......................................Tiffany Whipple 2004......................................... Mitzi Ing 2005............................. Jamie Southern

BULLDOG FOUNDATION OUTSTANDING BUSINESS STUDENT AWARD

WAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE (3.2 CUMULATIVE GPA)

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS.......................................... ADELPHI (2-0) 1989: 2-0, 2-0

ALABAMA (1-1) 1998: 8-0 2006: 1-4

ARKANSAS (3-0) 1997: 8-0, 8-0 2000: 1-0

ARIZONA (13-36) 1982: 1984: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 2000: 2001: 2004: 2005: 2010: 2012:

0-1 0-2 2-4, 0-1, 2-1 0-2, 0-4, 4-0 0-12 1-6, 2-3, 1-0, 1-0 1-2, 1-0 2-1, 0-1 0-1, 4-8, 1-5, 0-2, 6-4 8-9, 2-3, 0-8, 3-1, 0-3 0-3, 0-9 2-4, 3-7, 2-1 5-2, 6-5, 3-0, 3-6 1-6, 3-4, 2-6, 1-0 0-3, 0-2, 1-3 1-9, 7-8 0-7 0-9 0-11 0-9

ARIZONA STATE (18-10) 1980: 1981: 1982: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1993: 1994: 1999: 2002: 2004: 2006: 2007: 2012:

3-0 0-1, 0-2 4-1 4-0, 0-1, 0-1 1-0 3-0 2-1 6-0 7-0 3-2 6-0, 1-0, 0-1 7-6, 1-4, 6-4, 5-1, 6-0 4-0, 2-3 0-2 2-0 1-8 6-1 0-4

AUBURN (1-0) 2004: 3-1

BALL STATE (1-0) 2006: 13-0

BAYLOR (0-2) 2002: 1-2 2011: 1-4

BOISE STATE (9-4)

2009: 6-3, 11-8, 10-9, 4-0 2010: 5-0, 0-1, 3-2, 5-4, 6-5 2011: 3-4, 2-3, 9-12, 3-2

BOSTON COLLEGE (1-0) 1999: 3-2

BOSTON UNIVERSITY (2-0) 2002: 5-3, 5-0

BOWLING GREEN (7-0) 1989: 1990: 1994: 1995: 1996:

8-0 4-0 2-0, 5-4 4-1 13-0, 10-0

2009: 0-2 2011: 7-3 2012: 3-1, 10-9, 3-8

CALIFORNIA (63-44)

1978: 3-4, 1-5, 2-0, 4-0 1979: 1-8, 0-2, 0-6, 2-1 1980: 1-2, 3-2, 1-6, 0-1, 0-2, 0-1, 1-2 1981: 2-1, 1-2, 1-0, 0-3, 0-1, 2-3 1982: 3-1, 1-0, 6-0, 0-1, 2-1 1983: 0-2, 0-2, 1-2, 4-0, 1-0, 1-2 1984: 3-0, 0-1, 1-0, 2-1, 1-0, 1-2 1985: 1-0, 2-1, 0-1, 2-1, 3-1, 2-1, 0-3, 3-1 1986: 1-0, 2-1, 1-0, 2-4, 1-0, 2-0 1987: 0-1, 5-0, 0-2, 3-1, 3-0, 5-2 1988: 1-3, 3-1, 2-5, 1-0, 0-3, 3-0, 5-2 1989: 6-5, 6-0, 2-1, 3-2, 1-0, 6-0 1990: 2-0, 1-0, 2-1, 1-0 1991: 5-4, 1-0, 1-0, 3-4, 2-0, 8-1 1992: 0-1, 0-1 1995: 2-0, 2-1, 2-0 1996: 9-0, 3-0, 0-1, 1-2 1997: 7-0, 9-3 1998: 6-3 1999: 0-1 2000: 2-0, 0-2 2002: 1-0, 1-2 2005: 1-3, 0-1 2007: 2-1 2008: 0-3, 3-2, 6-7 2009: 3-2 2012: 5-8

CAL POLY-POMONA (30-25) 1978: 1979: 1980: 1981: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993:

0-5 0-3 0-1 1-3, 7-0 3-0, 0-1 0-1, 0-1, 0-3, 1-0, 2-0, 1-0 1-0, 3-1, 0-4, 1-0, 0-1 1-4, 0-3, 1-2, 0-1, 2-1 2-4, 2-1, 1-0, 5-1 4-1, 4-1, 2-3, 0-2, 0-1 1-2, 3-0, 1-2, 0-1, 5-1 5-0, 2-1, 1-2, 1-0 1-0, 4-0, 4-1, 3-0 1-2, 1-0, 1-0, 1-0, 1-0 4-5, 8-0, 1-0, 0-1, 4-0

CAL POLY (37-10)

1979: 4-5, 1-5, 2-0, 0-1, 4-5 1980: 2-1, 4-3, 2-0, 4-5 1981: 2-1, 4-3, 2-0, 2-1 1982: 4-0, 1-3 1983: 1-0, 3-1 1984: 2-0, 1-0 1985: 1-0, 1-0 1986: 3-0, 3-0 1987: 3-1, 5-0 1988: 4-0, 2-0 1995: 3-4, 3-1 1996: 9-0, 4-0, 1-4, 5-2 1998: 4-1, 3-2 1999: 3-0, 8-0 2000: 7-1, 1-0, 6-2 2001: 4-3 2002: 3-0, 2-1 2003: 4-3 2006: 4-9 2008: 1-0 2012: 3-4

CAMPBELL (4-0) 2004: 2-0, 8-0 2008: 7-0, 5-4

CS BAKERSFIELD (3-0) 1986: 5-0, 2-1 2008: 2-1

BRADLEY (2-0)

CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS (2-0)

BUTLER (2-0)

CS FULLERTON (41-31)

2011: 2-0, 3-2

2012: 9-1, 12-1

BYU (8-3)

2000: 9-0,12-3 2003: 3-1, 4-6 2005: 3-0 2007: 6-0

1982: 3-2, 4-3 1981: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989:

2-3 0-7 1-7, 0-3, 0-1, 0-1, 1-0, 3-8 1-0, 1-2, 0-1, 4-1 0-1, 0-1, 1-0, 1-4, 0-6 0-2, 1-2, 2-3, 2-0, 8-1, 1-2 1-2, 3-1, 1-4, 1-0, 2-0, 3-0 4-5, 8-0, 3-4, 4-0

FRESNO STATE

1990: 7-0, 1-3, 1-0, 3-0 1991: 4-1, 5-0, 3-0, 4-1 1992: 0-2, 2-1, 2-3, 1-2 1993: 4-3 1994: 5-0, 10-0, 8-3 1995: 4-0, 2-1, 0-4 1996: 0-1, 5-1, 2-0 1998: 3-0, 10-1 1999: 5-0, 4-0 2000: 4-3 2001: 6-3, 1-0 2002: 3-4, 0-6, 0-1 2005: 12-0 2006: 4-5, 2-0 2008: 15-4 2010: 4-1 2012: 2-0, 8-0

CS HAYWARD (4-0) 1978: 21-0, 4-1 1984: 4-0, 2-1

CS NORTHRIDGE (35-20)

1979: 1-2, 4-2 1980: 1-2, 2-0 1981: 2-0 1982: 4-0, 2-0, 7-5 1983: 1-0, 0-2, 4-0 1985: 1-0, 2-1 1991: 7-1 1992: 1-0, 1-6, 3-0, 6-0 1993: 4-1, 2-4, 3-6, 2-1,1-2, 2-0, 0-2 1994: 5-2, 1-3, 0-1, 0-2 1995: 0-1, 0-1, 9-4, 1-3 1996: 2-1, 1-0, 3-1, 3-0, 1-2 1997: 4-1 2000: 1-0, 1-3, 2-1, 5-1 2001: 5-0, 1-3 2002: 3-5 2003: 3-2, 5-0 2006: 9-3 2007: 2-1, 8-0 2009: 3-0, 0-1 2010: 10-1 2012: 5-9

CS STANISLAUS (2-0) 1982: 14-0, 10-0

CENTRAL MICHIGAN (3-0) 1987: 6-0 1992: 3-0 1994: 3-0

CHAPMAN COLLEGE (4-3) 1979: 2-6, 1-0 1981: 1-0, 1-2, 0-1 1985: 5-2, 9-2

CHARLOTTE (1-0) 2012: 5-1

CHICO STATE (0-1)

2001: 10-2, 8-0 2005: 8-0, 9-1 1995: 10-3 1996: 8-2 1999: 6-0 2001: 2-1 2003: 2-3, 2-3 2006: 4-2 2007: 0-1, 1-4 2008: 4-2 2009: 1-6 2010: 2-3 2012: 0-4

DARTMOUTH (4-0)

2011: 1-0, 5-1

ILLINOIS (3-1)

EASTERN CAROLINA (1-1)

ILLINOIS STATE (3-1)

2010: 1-0, 2-3

EASTERN MICHIGAN (1-0) 1991: 8-0

1992: 1993: 1994: 2000:

FLORIDA (2-2)

INDIANA (4-0)

FLORIDA A&M (1-0)

IOWA (4-2)

1997: 6-1 1998: 4-0 2000: 0-1 2009: 0-8

8-0 1-4 10-0 5-0

1987: 4-1 1998: 15-0 2002: 9-0 2008: 10-0

1999: 5-0

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (1-0) 2002: 1-0

1995: 1997: 2000: 2012:

FLORIDA STATE (6-4)

IOWA STATE (4-1)

1990: 0-1 1991: 3-0 1993: 2-1 1997: 2-0 1998: 1-2 2000: 2-0, 2-1 2004: 0-3 2005: 0-2 2009: 1-0

2001: 2003: 2005: 2009: 2012:

FORDHAM (0-1) GEORGETOWN (1-0)

0-1, 1-0, 1-2 7-6 3-0 3-0 8-0 8-1 7-0 0-1 3-0

LOUISIANA-MONROE (1-2) 1987: 0-2 1989: 0-2 1995: 17-0

1989: 1990: 1993: 1996: 1998:

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (2-5)

MISSISSIPPI (3-0)

1999: 2-3 2000: 5-2 2002: 3-0 2007: 1-3 2009: 0-7 2010: 5-7 2012: 1-9

LOUISIANA STATE (1-2) 2002: 0-1 2005: 5-2 2007: 0-1

LOUISIANA TECH (34-8) 2002: 3-0, 9-0, 3-0, 2-0 2003: 3-0, 10-1, 9-0, 2-0 2004: 2-0, 8-4, 5-1, 2-0 2005: 6-0, 6-0, 5-3 2006: 1-2, 5-3, 9-0 2007: 9-1, 4-0, 8-0 2008: 3-5, 9-0, 1-0, 2-3 2009: 7-0, 3-0, 0-1, 5-0 2010: 2-1, 4-0, 1-3 2011: 2-0, 10-1, 2-1, 0-2, 1-0 2012: 4-0, 4-0, 4-6, 7-17, 11-2

LOUISVILLE (2-1) 2007: 3-0, 4-6, 3-0

LOYOLA-CHICAGO (1-0) 2004: 3-2

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT (12-5) 1995: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2006:

10-0 6-0, 7-0 2-0, 0-1, 2-0, 1-2 2-0, 4-1, 6-3, 2-0 0-1, 8-3, 0-1, 4-0 1-2, 6-1

JAMES MADISON (1-0)

MARYLAND (1-0)

2008: 3-0

2009: 2-1

KANSAS (5-1)

MARYLAND-BALTIMORE (1-0) 2000: 10-1

1992: 1995: 1998: 2000: 2003: 2006:

2009” 2-5

4-1 7-0 2-0 10-0 0-1 6-0

MASSACHUSETTS (12-2)

2001: 7-2 2003: 1-0

KENT STATE (1-0)

GEORGIA STATE (2-0)

LIBERTY (1-0) 2009: 2-0

1989: 7-0, 2-0 1990: 12-0, 7-0 1991: 10-0 1992: 8-2, 6-2, 3-0 1997: 5-4, 2-1 1999: 0-1 2004: 8-0 2008: 3-4 2011: 7-5

LONG BEACH STATE (34-15)

MCNEESE STATE (1-0) 1991: 5-0

2010: 3-0

GEORGIA (2-0)

2005: 3-2

1985: 1-0, 4-0 1986: 0-4, 1-4, 1-2 1987: 4-3, 1-0, 3-2, 3-0, 1-0 1988: 0-1, 3-0, 4-1, 3-0 1989: 1-0, 5-0, 3-1, 1-0 1990: 2-0, 2-0, 3-0, 1-3, 2-0 1991: 1-2, 5-1, 1-2, 1-3, 0-3 1992: 1-2, 1-0, 1-0, 0-1, 4-0 1995: 9-2 1996: 3-2 1997: 8-0, 0-3, 5-2 1999: 3-0 2000: 1-0 2003: 3-0 2004: 4-0 2005: 4-0 2008: 2-0 2009: 0-8, 12-2 2011: 5-6 2012: 1-4

2004: 1-9

1998: 9-0, 8-0 1999: 9-0, 6-1 2000: 9-1 2008: 10-0

HAWAI’I (66-22)

1985: 6-0 1987: 4-5, 3-1, 4-3, 1-0 1988: 1-0, 1-0, 1-0, 4-0 1989: 3-4, 1-0, 1-0, 3-2 1990: 4-0, 4-0, 9-1, 3-0 1991: 6-4, 11-0, 5-3, 2-0 1992: 1-0, 5-1, 3-2, 3-0 1997: 5-1, 2-4, 6-0, 8-0, 5-4 1998: 6-2, 2-0 1999: 1-0, 7-4, 12-0 2000: 1-0, 3-0, 8-3, 4-0 2001: 1-0, 0-2, 2-1, 0-4 2002: 6-4, 3-2, 4-1, 1-5 2003: 3-1, 0-1, 1-7, 7-0, 6-0 2004: 7-0, 9-2, 5-2, 0-4 2005: 3-1, 5-3, 1-0 2006: 5-1, 1-0, 5-2, 5-6 2007: 2-18, 6-2, 1-2, 9-3

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IDAHO STATE (2-0)

2010: 7-2

HARVARD (6-0)

1990: 11-1, 2-1 1992: 5-1 1999: 6-0

2008: 0-3, 0-1 2011: 3-4

EAST TENNESSEE STATE (1-0)

COLORADO STATE (26-5)

CREIGHTON (4-0)

HOUSTON (0-3)

2004: 3-0 2008: 9-1 2010: 0-5 2011: 3-2

GEORGIA TECH (0-1)

2005: 3-0, 0-1 2007: 3-1, 8-0 2012: 6-1, 8-3

1987: 3-0, 4-1

2011: 2-1

COASTAL CAROLINA (1-0)

CONNECTICUT (5-1)

HAWAII PACIFIC (2-0)

DRAKE (1-0)

1980: 0-7

1988: 3-1 1990: 6-0 1991: 4-0 1994: 3-2, 9-2, 2-1, 6-0 1995: 2-1, 2-0, 0-1, 6-3 1996: 8-0, 3-2, 14-7, 5-4 1997: 7-2, 5-0, 0-1, 3-6 1998: 6-0, 7-0, 6-1, 2-3 1999: 8-0, 3-1, 8-0 2001: 12-0, 9-1, 9-0 2007: 11-5 2010: 2-3

2008: 4-3, 3-2, 2-1, 1-6 2009: 2-1, 4-7, 1-2 2010: 0-5, 9-7, 4-5, 1-16, 4-3, 3-14 2011: 5-0, 2-1, 2-1, 2-1 2012: 3-11, 0-1, 0-2, 9-7

DEPAUL (6-7)

1997: 12-0 1998: 9-0

2001: 6-4

.......................................... ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

LONG ISLAND (6-0) 2003: 2-0, 7-1 2004: 5-0, 8-0 2007: 4-1 2008: 3-0

METROPOLITAN STATE (COLO.) (1-0) 1987: 9-0

MIAMI-OHIO (1-0) 1999: 10-0

MICHIGAN (8-4) 1988: 1-0, 2-0 1996: 4-1 1998: 8-0 2000: 1-0 2001: 1-0, 1-6 2003: 4-9 2005: 0-6 2008: 6-5 2009: 1-3 2011: 3-1

MICHIGAN STATE (0-1) 2003: 0-2

MINNESOTA (11-0) 1983: 5-3 1987: 1-0 1988: 1-0

8-2 8-0, 8-0 5-4, 8-1 2-1 2-1, 6-0

1999: 5-2 2000: 2-0 2005: 4-1

MISSISSIPPI STATE (3-0) 2000: 4-2 2002: 3-1 2010: 11-3

MISSOURI (9-0) 1991: 7-0 1996: 11-3 1997: 11-3, 12-0 1999: 7-2, 10-1 2001: 2-0, 3-1 2011: 6-3

NEBRASKA (13-8) 1982: 1-0 1983: 1-4 1984: 0-2 1985: 0-2 1987: 0-4, 3-0, 0-1 1988: 1-0 1989: 4-3 1990: 9-3 1994: 2-0, 6-1 1995: 0-1 1997: 3-2 1998: 6-1 2000: 5-3 2003: 0-1, 7-3 2007: 3-2 2011: 1-0, 0-5

NEVADA (37-12)

1978: 8-0 1981: 4-0, 8-10 1983: 1-2 1984: 1-0, 6-0, 1-0, 7-0, 2-0 1985: 3-0, 5-0 1987: 3-0 1988: 8-0, 7-0 2003: 10-0, 15-5, 11-2, 3-0 2004: 4-2, 4-0, 13-0, 1-6 2005: 14-0, 5-3, 10-1 2006: 6-1, 2-1, 1-2, 1-2 2007: 10-0, 1-9, 7-1, 5-3 2008: 0-2, 4-1, 0-5 2009: 1-0, 4-0, 1-5, 3-2 2010: 4-1, 8-5, 5-7 2011: 7-3, 4-8, 5-0 2012: 3-0, 3-4, 7-3

NEW MEXICO (29-5) 1981: 1-2 1990: 3-1 1991: 15-4 1993: 3-5, 0-1, 1-2, 10-0 1994: 4-0, 4-2, 5-0, 6-1 1995: 10-0, 4-3, 11-2, 7-4 1996: 8-1, 4-0, 7-0, 4-1 1997: 1-0, 4-0, 3-0, 1-3 1998: 9-0, 5-3, 2-1, 3-2 1999: 6-1, 5-1, 4-1 2001: 4-0 2003: 10-0 2007: 8-1 2010: 8-2

NEW MEXICO STATE (32-5) 1989: 6-0 1990: 6-0, 6-1 1991: 5-0, 2-0, 4-0, 2-1 1992: 4-0, 8-1, 2-0, 2-0 1995: 17-0 2001: 4-5 2006: 6-2, 9-1 2007: 11-3, 4-3, 7-1, 3-2 2008: 3-2, 4-0, 4-1, 3-2, 7-6 2009: 0-3, 14-1, 7-3 2010: 4-3, 7-6, 3-1 2011: 9-1, 2-10, 1-9 2012: 1-0, 3-1, 2-1

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS.......................................... NORTH CAROLINA (4-0)

NORTHERN COLORADO (2-0)

1986: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1997: 1998: 2004: 2006: 2008: 2012:

NORTHERN ILLINOIS (2-0)

OREGON STATE (20-6)

2001: 2-0 2003: 2-0 2005: 8-0 2009: 4-2

NORTH DAKOTA STATE (1-0) 2012: 1-0

NORTH TEXAS (1-0) 2004: 8-0

2008: 8-0, 10-1 1993: 15-0 2009: 6-1

NORTHERN IOWA (1-0) 1999: 4-0

NORTHWESTERN (6-4) 1984: 0-3 1985: 1-2 1990: 10-1 1992: 3-1 1993: 3-0 1994: 14-2 1995: 2-0 2006: 0-5 2007: 3-4 2009: 3-0

NORTHWESTERN STATE (1-0) 2007: 1-0

NOTRE DAME (1-3) 2001: 2-4 2002: 3-2 2003: 1-3 2007: 2-4

OHIO (3-0)

1996: 8-0 2007: 6-0, 11-0

OHIO STATE (5-6) 1993: 9-0 1994: 1-2 1996: 2-0, 2-3 1997: 7-4 2004: 1-0, 3-2 2007: 1-2 2008: 0-1 2010: 1-4 2012: 0-3

OKLAHOMA (11-7) 1986: 3-1 1989: 9-3 1995: 7-2 1997: 2-6, 6-2, 0-2 1998: 0-2, 2-4, 7-8 1999: 1-0, 4-0 2000: 1-0 2001: 6-8 2002: 4-0 2004: 2-1 2006: 4-2, 3-4 2008: 1-0

OKLAHOMA CITY (1-0) 1986: 3-1

OKLAHOMA STATE (7-6) 1981: 0-4 1982: 1-0 1988: 0-2 1989: 0-2, 7-0 1990: 2-0, 1-0 1992: 3-1 1993: 0-1 1994: 1-2, 0-2 2002: 3-1 2011: 4-3

OREGON (29-4) 1980: 1983: 1984: 1985:

9-4 6-2, 5-0 3-0, 4-2, 12-0, 1-0 5-1, 4-0, 3-1

1981: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1990: 1991: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2001: 2004: 2005:

3-1, 8-0, 12-6, 2-0, 6-1 4-0 5-3, 4-1 8-0, 0-1 8-1 2-1 3-2, 1-0, 5-0 10-0 10-2, 8-0 9-4 0-1 0-5 4-1 4-5 6-3 1-0, 5-2 1-0, 1-2, 1-0 5-0, 1-0, 6-1 3-4, 2-0, 3-0 8-0 1-0 0-1 2-0, 12-1 5-0, 2-0 8-2 0-1, 8-0 1-3, 2-0 6-0 7-15

PACIFIC (78-22-1)

1978: 11-4, 6-0, 10-3, 6-0 1979: 12-0, 4-0, 6-3, 9-2 1980: 0-3, 4-3, 2-1, 1-2 1981: 4-2, 4-1, 2-0, 0-1 1982: 2-1, 0-1, 4-5, 3-1, 2-0, 1-5, 4-0 1983: 1-0, 4-0, 1-0, 1-0, 1-0, 1-3, 2-0, 0-3 1984: 0-1, 5-3, 0-1, 1-2, 1-2, 4-0, 1-0, 3-1 1985: 1-0, 2-0, 1-0, 0-1, 1-0 1986: 0-1, 2-2 1987: 3-0, 8-2, 3-2, 3-0 1988: 1-0, 4-0, 2-1, 6-1 1989: 1-0, 1-0, 5-0, 4-0 1990: 2-1, 1-0, 5-2, 4-1 1991: 3-0, 2-0, 1-0, 5-0 1992: 5-0, 1-0, 1-0, 2-0 1993: 12-2, 8-2, 8-1, 1-0 1999: 1-0, 1-2 2000: 3-0, 2-0 2001: 1-2, 1-4 2002: 2-1, 6-1, 1-0 2003: 1-0, 1-2 2004: 1-0, 1-4, 11-2, 1-6 2005: 4-1, 7-6 2006: 2-0, 6-5 2007: 9-7, 4-5 2008: 5-1, 3-1 2009: 3-0 2010: 1-0, 1-0 2011: 4-5

PENN STATE (3-1) 2002: 3-1 2007: 1-0, 10-2 2011: 0-1

PORTLAND STATE (11-1) 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002:

2-0, 9-0 1-0, 10-2 2-0, 4-0, 8-0, 5-0 3-0, 4-2, 5-0, 0-2

PRINCETON (1-1) 2004: 0-1 1010: 10-0

PROVIDENCE (1-1) 2009: 1-0, 5-13

PURDUE (3-0) 2007: 7-2, 4-1, 3-2 2012: 6-1, 5-2

RHODE ISLAND (3-0) 2005: 7-1, 7-2 2008: 8-0

ST. FRANCIS (2-0) 2006: 13-0, 15-0

ST. JOHN’S (1-1)

FRESNO STATE

2003: 0-1 2005: 3-2

1981: 10-0 1989: 12-0, 7-0 1999: 6-0, 4-0 2005: 5-0, 9-1 2006: 3-1, 11-2 2007: 8-0, 803 2008: 5-0, 3-4 2010: 6-0

1997: 18-0, 3-6, 10-5, 2-0 1998: 10-1, 13-0, 9-1, 9-0 1999: 8-0, 4-1, 4-1 2000: 4-0, 3-1, 4-0, 12-4 2001: 2-0, 0-1, 2-1, 2-1 2002: 1-0, 1-0, 1-0, 2-3 2003: 5-0, 5-2 2004: 1-0, 6-5, 1-0, 5-0 2005: 4-0, 1-3, 2-1 2006: 1-2, 6-1, 9-1 2008: 2-0, 1-0, 5-3 2009: 7-1, 2-0, 1-0 2010: 2-1, 4-0, 0-1 2011: 4-2, 2-1, 6-1 2012: 1-0, 1-2, 4-3

SACRAMENTO STATE (31-10)

SANTA CLARA (46-1)

SAINT JOSEPH’S (1-0) 2012: 3-0

SAINT MARY’S (13-1)

1978: 3-9 1979: 2-3, 4-2 1981: 2-0, 3-0, 1-2 1982: 9-0, 7-4 1990: 8-1, 1-0, 2-3, 2-1 1991: 2-1, 7-2, 6-0, 2-3 1992: 1-0, 2-0 1993: 0-1, 1-2, 1-0, 4-0 1994: 4-1, 1-0, 4-2, 15-1 1995: 1-2, 1-4, 2-1 1996: 2-1, 9-0, 6-1, 4-1 2000: 1-0 2008: 4-2, 11-0 2010: 3-2, 6-0 2011: 5-4, 7-4 2012: 1-2

SAN DIEGO (1-1) 2006: 8-0 2012: 4-6

SAN DIEGO STATE (54-9) 1981: 1-4 1984: 3-1 1985: 1-0, 0-1 1987: 3-1, 5-0, 4-0, 9-0 1988: 7-0, 11-0 1989: 10-0, 5-0, 4-0, 10-3 1990: 8-1, 3-0, 1-0, 0-1 1993: 10-0, 3-2, 7-0, 3-0 1994: 3-0, 3-2, 8-0, 10-0 1995: 7-1, 6-0, 1-0, 5-0, 3-0 1996: 10-4, 2-0, 5-0, 2-0, 4-0 1997: 8-0, 0-1, 3-0, 1-2 1998: 5-2, 2-0, 3-0, 2-1 1999: 2-0, 4-0, 4-0, 6-3, 3-2 2001: 2-0 2002: 1-0, 3-0 2003: 8-0, 3-0 2004: 0-1 2006: 11-0 2008: 2-3, 2-0 2010: 0-8, 2-3, 4-3 2011: 2-1 2012: 4-1

SAN FRANCISCO (35-4) 1978: 1979: 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1989:

3-0, 7-3, 8-1 3-2, 8-1, 6-1, 4-1 3-0, 2-0, 3-1, 4-0 5-2, 1-6, 2-1, 1-0, 8-0 0-2, 4-2, 2-0, 4-2, 4-0 3-0, 1-0, 1-0, 1-0, 3-2 3-0, 2-4, 4-0, 2-0,10-0, 6-1 4-1, 3-0, 3-4, 1-0 1-0, 6-1 5-0

SAN FRANCISCO STATE (11-1) 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1985:

2-3, 16-0, 3-0, 5-4 9-1, 4-1 4-0, 4-0 11-1, 7-0 8-0, 10-0

SAN JOSE STATE (81-9) 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995:

2-0, 1-0, 7-0, 7-0 1-0, 7-0, 6-1, 6-5 4-1, 3-2, 1-0, 1-0 4-2, 3-2, 1-0, 7-0 1-0, 3-1, 3-1, 1-0 7-0, 1-0, 2-1, 3-1 2-0, 2-1, 3-0, 0-2 6-0, 4-1 9-0, 3-2 5-0, 1-0, 8-0

1995: 9-0 2002: 2-1, 4-0, 2-1

TEXAS (5-6) 1997: 6-1 1998: 1-3 1999: 1-2 2000: 2-0 2001: 0-2 2003: 0-4 2004: 4-0 2006: 2-7 2008: 9-7 2010: 5-4 2011: 2-9

TEXAS-ARLINGTON (1-0) 1991: 1-0

TEXAS A&M (10-6) 1982: 1-3 1985: 0-1, 1-5 1986: 2-1 1988: 3-0 1989: 3-1 1991: 2-0 1992: 2-0 1993: 1-0 1995: 4-0, 3-0 1996: 5-2 2003: 1-2 2004: 2-0 2006: 0-8 2007: 2-10

SETON HALL (1-0) 2005: 6-0

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI (4-0)

SOUTH CAROLINA (3-1)

2000: 6-0, 4-0 2001: 8-0, 8-0

8-1 0-1 3-0 1-0

TEXAS STATE (3-1) 1996: 11-2, 7-0 2004: 4-5 2005: 8-1

SOUTH FLORIDA (1-0) 1986: 4-3

TEXAS TECH (5-0)

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (2-1) 1999: 1-0, 4-0 2004: 0-2

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (1-0) 1999: 1-0

1999: 2000: 2002: 2006:

3-1, 5-0 2-0 7-1 3-0

TEXAS WOMEN’S (0-1) 1981: 3-4

SOUTHERN UTAH (16-4)

TOLEDO (6-0)

1986: 6-1 1993: 12-0, 0-1, 0-1, 11-0 1994: 7-0, 6-0 1995: 10-0, 9-0, 2-1, 1-2 1996: 10-0, 7-0, 4-1, 9-2 2001: 1-0, 4-0 2003: 7-0, 8-4 2007: 0-1

1988: 8-2 1989: 3-0 1997: 6-0, 7-0 2007: 9-0 2012: 9-1

TROY (1-0) 2011: 2-1

STANFORD (15-13)

TULSA (26-5)

1982: 6-3, 5-0, 11-0, 7-1 1985: 4-0, 3-0 1986: 10-0, 10-0 1999: 5-2 2000: 1-0, 1-4 2001: 0-2, 1-0 2002: 0-1, 0-5, 0-1 2003: 2-0, 0-1 2004: 2-3, 0-7 2005: 4-1, 0-14 2006: 3-0, 3-9, 0-3 2007: 2-0, 0-1 2011: 1-3

1997: 10-0, 13-0, 6-0, 4-0 1998: 11-0, 5-3, 10-0, 8-4 1999: 2-1, 2-0, 8-3 2000: 3-0, 5-0, 8-0, 8-0 2002: 1-0, 2-1, 2-0, 1-4 2003: 0-1, 1-4, 3-2, 8-0 2004: 4-0, 7-5, 1-7, 2-4 2005: 3-0, 4-2, 2-0 2008: 8-1

UC DAVIS (5-0)

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (1-0) 1988: 3-0

1983: 13-0 2006: 8-0, 11-7 2008: 4-0, 6-2 2009: 3-0, 2-1

SYRACUSE (1-1)

UCLA (11-42)

2004: 6-3 2011: 3-4

1981: 1982: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992:

TEMPLE (2-0) 2009: 1-0, 3-0

TENNESSEE (1-1) 1998: 11-5 2007: 0-5

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TENNESSEE TECH (4-0)

1979: 13-1, 11-0, 12-2, 6-3 1980: 11-2, 11-0, 11-1,10-0 1981: 2-0, 1-0, 3-0, 8-3 1982: 9-0, 13-1, 18-0,11-0 1983: 16-0, 10-0,10-0 1984: 8-0, 5-0, 7-0, 6-0 1985: 3-0, 12-0, 6-0, 3-2 1995: 10-0, 9-2, 4-1 1998: 10-0, 10-0 2002: 7-0, 4-0 2003: 0-3, 5-1 2004: 2-1, 3-2 2005: 8-1 2006: 4-0, 8-0 2007: 3-2 2008: 8-0 2010: 10-1, 12-1 2012: 7-0, 8-0

1984: 1999: 2000: 2004:

.......................................... ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

0-2 0-2 0-5, 0-3 1-5, 3-5, 1-6, 2-1, 0-3 2-0, 1-2, 1-2, 0-1 1-2, 1-5, 1-0, 0-2 1-5 0-4

1993: 0-1, 1-2, 0-4 1994: 6-2, 2-5, 1-0 1995: 1-4 1996: 1-4, 5-4 1997: 4-2, 4-3, 0-2 1998: 3-2 1999: 1-2, 0-1 2000: 2-5, 0-5, 0-3, 1-0 2001: 2-8 2002: 0-1, 0-7 2003: 0-5, 0-3 2004: 1-2 2005: 0-7 2006: 0-2, 0-1 2009: 2-10, 2-4, 5-9 2010: 4-5, 2-7 2012: 6-3

UC RIVERSIDE (9-1) 2001: 2-3, 8-0 2002: 2-0, 1-0 2003: 8-0, 6-2 2004: 9-0, 10-3 2010: 10-2 2012: 7-3

UC SANTA BARBARA (62-11) 1979: 1-5, 3-8 1980: 4-3, 15-8, 4-3, 2-0 1981: 1-0 1982: 0-2, 1-0, 3-1 1983: 1-0, 1-0, 1-0, 1-0 1984: 2-1, 2-0, 2-0, 2-0, 2-0 1985: 2-1, 3-1, 7-0 1986: 4-1, 9-4, 1-4, 4-1 1987: 5-1, 8-0, 1-0, 1-2 1988: 4-0, 4-0, 6-0, 1-0, 1-0 1989: 0-1, 5-0, 1-0, 5-0 1990: 4-0, 2-0, 10-0, 0-1 1991: 6-0, 5-0, 1-0, 8-3 1992: 5-0, 3-0, 4-0, 2-0 1995: 6-0, 6-2, 8-3 1999: 12-5, 13-2 2000: 4-0, 15-0 2002: 4-0, 5-1, 4-2 2004: 4-5, 2-5 2005: 9-5, 2-4 2008: 8-0, 5-2, 9-5 2009: 0-1, 3-1 2010: 5-4, 9-1 2012: 2-1

UNLV (47-11)

1980: 1-0 1982: 12-0, 16-6 1985: 5-2, 4-0 1986: 1-0, 4-0 1987: 1-0, 4-0, 11-1, 7-1 1988: 4-0, 6-0, 3-1, 2-0 1989: 2-0, 5-2, 3-2, 4-1 1990: 2-5, 1-0, 0-2, 6-1 1991: 0-1, 0-2, 2-0, 3-0, 1-3 1992: 2-3, 2-0, 3-0, 2-0 1994: 5-2, 4-0, 4-3, 6-3 1996: 0-3 1997: 6-1, 2-5, 11-1, 3-0 1998: 9-3, 15-13, 9-1, 10-2 1999: 7-2, 10-1, 2-0, 8-0 2000: 3-0 2005: 1-0, 2-13 2006: 8-0 2007: 2-0 2008: 2-0 2009: 2-1 2012: 5-8, 2-12

U.S. INTERNATIONAL (19-8) 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990:

1-3, 1-0, 0-1 1-2, 0-4 2-1, 4-0 2-0, 0-1 1-0, 5-0 3-0, 1-0 2-3, 2-0 11-1, 2-1, 4-0 4-3, 2-3 6-0, 1-0, 0-2, 1-0 3-0, 2-0, 10-1

USC (2-0)

1982: 7-0, 9-0

UTAH (36-10)

1984: 0-2, 2-3, 6-1, 3-2 1985: 1-0 1986: 1-0, 2-1 1987: 1-0, 4-0 1988: 2-1 1990: 3-1 1991: 2-0 1992: 2-1 1993: 1-0, 1-0, 0-2, 3-2 1994: 2-1, 6-1, 0-1, 1-3 1995: 5-2, 3-1, 1-5, 0-2 1996: 4-3, 0-1 1997: 4-0, 3-5, 5-0, 4-1 1998: 2-0, 10-2, 4-3, 1-2 1999: 9-4, 6-3, 4-3, 2-1, 8-0 2002: 2-1 2004: 3-2 2005: 5-0 2006: 1-0 2008: 9-6 2010: 11-0

UTAH STATE (31-11) 1978: 2-3 1979: 5-1, 4-7 1981: 0-6, 1-2 1983: 0-1, 11-2 1984: 7-1, 0-1, 0-5, 6-2 1987: 2-0 1988: 7-0 1991: 1-0, 7-0, 2-1, 5-0 1992: 7-0, 1-2, 2-4, 0-3 1993: 3-2 1994: 8-0 2001: 1-4 2006: 3-2, 10-2 2007: 8-0, 7-2, 8-0 2008: 6-1, 9-1 2009: 10-0, 9-0 2010: 4-1, 7-3, 4-1 2011: 5-3, 7-1, 16-12 2012: 4-0, 8-0, 5-2

UTEP (7-1)

2004: 3-0, 4-0, 4-2, 11-5 2005: 12-0, 8-0, 4-1 2010: 0-1

VIRGINIA (5-2) 1999: 4-1 2004: 3-1, 3-9 2007: 9-10 2010: 1-0 2011: 4-1 2012: 1-0

WASHINGTON (8-10) 1993: 7-0 1994: 4-1, 1-5, 2-3 1995: 2-0, 6-3, 1-2 1997: 15-5 1998: 1-3, 6-1 2000: 0-1, 0-7 2002: 2-0, 4-5 2005: 8-3 2009: 0-3 2010: 2-10 2011: 0-10

WEBER STATE (2-1) 1983: 0-1, 2-1, 3-1

WESTERN MICHIGAN (2-1) 1982: 0-5 1992: 6-3 2004: 3-0

WICHITA STATE (2-0) 1992: 2-1 1995: 6-0

WISCONSIN (5-2) 2001: 1-3 2002: 4-0 2003: 4-8 2006: 11-2 2009: 5-0, 12-3 2010: 3-1

WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY (1-0) 1992: 8-0

YALE (2-0)

1996: 10-0, 7-0

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FRESNO STATE ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A Angelica Adam, OF.............................2009 Cindy Addicott, IF.......................... 1978-80 Raylene Adolphson, OF................. 1978-81

KYLEY SHAE ALDRIDGE, LHP... 2012Mickie Anacleto, C/OF.................. 1980-83 Nicole Angene, 1B/3B/RHP.......... 2008-11 Natalie Arballo, IF................................1993

B Jody Badorine, OF........................ 2009-10

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On March 22, 1987, the Fresno State athletics department honored former Bulldog softball pitching great Wende Ward (Lourenco) by retiring her jersey, No. 19, in a special ceremony at Bulldog Diamond. The honor made her the second Bulldog female and sixth Fresno State student-athlete to have a jersey number retired. Ward, a 1982 Second Team All-American, led the Bulldogs to national prominence during her career between 1980-83, including a runner-up finish in the 1982 NCAA Women’s College World Series in Omaha, Neb. The 5-6 right-hander rewrote the Bulldog pitching and hitting record books during her career, setting all-time records in hits, at-bats, runs, doubles, home runs and runs batted in offensively, and in pitching victories, complete games, innings pitched and strikeouts. She was a four-time Fresno State Most Valuable Player and San Joaquin Valley Sportswriters University Female Athlete of the Year, a two-time (1982-83) Fresno State Harry Coffee Female Athlete of the Year and Northwest Region All-District first team selection, and a three-time (1981-83) NorCal All-Conference first team choice. The first of five Fresno State’s Broderick Award nominees, she finished her career with a 77-36 overall record and 0.61 earned run average. Ward is just one of four former Fresno State female greats to have her number retired as All-America volleyball standout Ruth Lawanson (15), All-America women’s basketball sensation Wendy Martell (34) and professional soccer player Christina Bell (8) joined her.

STESHA BRAZIL, INF................ 2012Beth Brown, IF/RHP.................. 1979-1981 Mary Burns, C.....................................1978

C Debbie Camacho, IF/OF......................1982

Barbara Cambria, RHP.................. 1982-85 Kara Campbell, OF........................ 1998-99 Terry Carpenter, RHP..................... 1989-92 Angela Cervantez, IF/DP........... 1997-2000 Jenna Cervantez, 2B..................... 2005-08 Caroline Chavez, IF....................... 1980-81 Catalina Chavez, C........................ 1994-97 Geri Ciandro, IF............................. 1987-88 Christina Clark, SS........................ 2003-06 Jennifer Clark, RHP....................... 1994-97 Twyla Coffman, OF..............................2005 Kelley Cook, OF........................ 1999-2000 Lisamarie Coronado, OF............... 2007-10 Ashley Cox, RHP........................... 2008-11 Alicia Crumpler, IF...............................1978 Vanessa Czarnecki, OF/IF......... 1999-2002

D Joan Dallin, C......................................1978

Jo Dennis, C........................................1978 Carie Dever, 3B/RHP..................... 1987-90 Angelina Diaz, IF/OF............................2003 Rachael Donaldson, C/OF............. 2004-05 Kerri Donis, 1B.............................. 1989-90 Jennifer Donner, OF....................... 1992-93 Alicia Dowland, SS.................... 1998-2001 Natalie Driggers, C..............................1997

Dionne Ewing, OF................................1989

FDenise Fabris, C............................ 1982-83 Debbie Fagundes, OF................... 1978-80 Aubrey Fast, C.....................................2008 Laura Ferreira, RHP....................... 2003-06 Edna Figueroa, IF.......................... 1980-82 Hilda Fong, IF......................................1978 Lindsay Fossatti, IF................... 1999-2002 Lindsay Foster, RHP...................... 2000-01

G Roberta Garcia, IF...............................1982

Rosie Garcia, RHP......................... 1978-80 Michelle Gardiner, OF.................... 1990-91 Shannon Garvin, OF...................... 2006-07 Daisy Gaynor, UT........................... 2003-06 Haley Gilleland, SS........................ 2008-11 Marcie Green, RHP........................ 1990-93

TAYLOR GREEN, C..................... 2012Veronica Green, IF......................... 2003-04 Kaitlin Griffin, C............................. 2009-12 Lashme Gomez, IF/OF.................. 2001-02 Mary Lou Grossi, OF..................... 1980-81

H Brandi Hall, OF.............................. 1994-95 Rebecca Hall, OF.......................... 2011-12 Jamie Hamby, UT................................2003 Gigi Hancock, OF................................1979 Lesley Harder, OF................................1993 Karen Harper, OF.................................1979 Caitlin Haworth-Yasger, C............. 2000-01 Jenifer Henry, OF........................... 1993-96 Lori Hoffman, LHP/UT................... 2001-04 Kristen Hunter, LHP................... 1999-2000

ISusan Imano, OF.................................1979

Mitzi Ing, OF.................................. 2001-04

JKatrina Jacques, OF...................... 2005-06 Alexis Jennings, OF.............................2000 Cindy Johnson, C.......................... 1983-86 Shauna Johnson, IF.............................2005 Jennifer Jokinen, C/1B.................. 1997-98 Lovie Jung, 2B........................... 1999-2000 Brooke Justin, UT.......................... 1996-97

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O Mackenzie Oakes, RHP................. 2009-12

Alexandra King, UT.............................2008 Natalie Kirkbride, C.............................1995 Stacy Kunishige, OF...................... 1983-85

Sha Oliver, OF................................ 2002-03 Andrea Ortega, OF........................ 2008-12

Samantha Legorreta, C................. 2007-08

Michelle Palazuelos, OF................ 2007-08 Michelle Papi, IF............................ 1994-97 Lindsay Parker, RHP...................... 1996-99 Melanie Parrent, LHP.................... 1985-88 Kim Peck, LHP.............................. 1996-98 Suzanne Peet, IF.................................1981 Kaci Pennington, C.................... 1999-2000 Haley Perkins, IF............................ 2006-09 Mallory Perkins, OF....................... 2006-09 Ryane Petersen, RHP ................... 2008-09 Wendy Petersen, OF...........................1978 Pam Perez, 2B............................... 2001-02 Brooke Phipps, OF........................ 2007-10 Sandi Piearcy, IF..................................1979 Elizabeth Pierce, C/DP........................2003 RaeAnn Pifferini, OF...................... 1988-91 Jo Pini, IF/OF................................. 1993-96 Jill Polanco, OF........................1986-88-89 Rene Polanco, IF/OF..................... 1981-84 Kaylan Pollard, OF......................... 2009-12 Leslie Poole,RHP........................... 2001-03 Misty Poplawski, OF.................. 1989-1992 Chris Puccio, IF...................................1995 Trina Puckett, IF/OF....................... 1996-97 Karen Pyle, C.......................................1987

LAlycia Lawton, OF......................... 1991-93 DESTINEE LEVESQUE, RHP....... 2012Shasta Lewis, 1B........................... 2003-04 Susan Lewis, OF.................................1978 Kris Lindberg, IF..................................1978 Nina Lindenberg, 2B/3B................ 1996-98 Ericka Long, OF...................................1985 Dina Lopez, OF.............................. 1989-91 Gina LoPiccolo, 3B........................ 1988-91 Rita Lorenz, IF.....................................1980 Alexis Lujan, OF/IF........................ 2009-11

M Laura Macedo, C........................... 1986-88 Robin Mackin, P/UT...................... 2006-07 Kim Maher, IF................................ 1991-94

VONNIE MARTIN, IF.................. 2011Tiffany Martinez, 1B....................... 1992-93 Erin Massey, UT...................................1995 Jaime Maxey, 1B/3B..................... 1996-99 Kathy Mayer, IF.............................. 1986-89 Donna McDaniel, OF..................... 1990-93 Wynette McMillan, IF...........................2000 Jennifer McNatt, IF/OF........................1993 Kim Mecum, OF..................................1987

KELLY MEGEE, INF.................... 2012Morgan Melloh, LHP...................... 2008-10

MACKENZIE MENDONCA, OF.... 2012Lindsay Milchovich, IF................... 2005-08 Vernie Miller, IF.............................. 1978-79 Lisa Mize, RHP....................................1993 Terri Monfore, OF........................... 1978-80 Courtney Moore, DP...................... 2010-12 Kirstin Morgado, C..............................1987 Shannyn Morgan, OF..........................2000 Shelly Morrison, OF....................... 1987-90 Barbara Morse, IF.......................... 1978-79 Michelle Moses, RHP/UT.............. 2009-12

BRENNA MOSS, OF................... 2012Caroline Mullin, OF........................ 1981-82 Shannon Munger, C/1B.......................1993 Kim Muratore, IF/OF...................... 1980-83

N CAITLIN NEAL, C....................... 2012Amanda Nesbitt, LHP/UT.............. 2005-06 Martha Noffsinger, SS................... 1987-90 Carolyn Norris, RHP...................... 1978-79

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BROOKE ORTIZ, IF..................... 2011-

PLeticia Pacheco, IF/OF.................. 2002-05

MARIA SIO, INF......................... 2012Jennifer Slaney, C.......................... 1996-99 Corinna Smart, IF................................1978 Julie Smith, 2B.............................. 1990-91

MICHELLE SOLOMON, INF/OF... 2012Jamie Southern, RHP/UT.............. 2002-05 Kelly Sparks, RHP......................... 1994-95 Karen Spurlock, OF....................... 1984-85 Kathleen Stanley, IF ............................1978 Kerry Steitz, OF............................. 1983-86 Caitlin Stiglich, C........................... 2008-11 Shelly Stokes, C............................ 1987-90 Gena Strang, 1B............................ 1985-88 Kristin Sylvester, IF/DP.................. 2005-07

TKaren Tabor, OF...................................1980 Carol Taniguchi, UT....................... 1988-89 Sandra Taylor, C/IF........................ 1981-82 Melissa Thatcher, 3B..................... 1992-95 Teresa Thompson, IF/OF.....................1981 Janna Todd, C/DP......................... 1998-99 Judy Tucker, OF............................. 1981-84

VKim Valencia, UT........................... 1994-95 Vanessa Valenzuela, 1B................. 1998-99 Ella Vilche, RHP............................. 1982-83 Kristy Villaseñor, OF...................... 2004-05 Shell Voorhees, C.......................... 1982-85

W Demi Walker, OF..................................2011

Courtney Rathjens, C..........................2001 Leslie Relph, RHP................................1986 Mia Rexroth, OF..................................1989 Karin Richter, OF........................... 1985-88 Dorothy Rivera, C................................1980 Jasmine Robles, UT...................... 2006-07 Alyce Rodriguez, OF...................... 1981-84 Jill Rolen, OF................................. 1984-87 Lori Romeiro, RHP.................... 1983-85,87 Alejandra Roncancio, OF.......... 1999-2000 Shelly Rude, OF............................. 1994-97 Kellie Ruiz, OF.....................................1981

Rebecca Walker, IF........................ 2010-11 Rita Walker, IF............................1983, 1985 Amber Wall, C/OF.......................... 1995-98 Wende Ward, RHP......................... 1980-83 Nicole Weber, OF.................................1996 Pam West, C.................................. 2000-03 Tiffany Whipple, OF....................... 2001-02 Ashley White, IF/OF....................... 2006-08 Peggy Williams, 2B........................ 1984-86 Rhonda Williams, IF.............................1982 Nichole Willis, C............................ 2004-07 Carolyn Wilson, C/DP..........................1998 Daviana Wisener, OF...........................1998 Becky Witt, OF.......................... 1998-2001 Amanda Wolf, RHP........................ 2002-05 Michelle Wright, OF.............................2001

SPatricia Sanchez, RHP.................. 1985-86

YChrista Yorke, C............................ 1991-94

R Jill Rafel, OF........................................1988

DIANE RUNGE, OF..................... 2010-

Jenna Sawdon, OF..............................1992 Aja Scheuber, DP.......................... 2007-08 Rhonda Schwebach, OF.....................1992 Amanda Scott, RHP/OF/1B...... 1997-2000 Julie Selbicky, OF................................2002 Nicole Shan, OF..................................2003 Kori Sherman, OF.......................... 2006-07 Janee Silva, IF............................... 1979-82

Robyn Yorke, OF........................... 1994-97

ZTina Zanola, RHP................................1984

Nusheen Zarnegar, 3B................... 1984-86 Joy Zimmerman, RHP................... 1979-80

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Angie Barnes, OF................................1992 Merryann Barr, P/UT...................... 2006-07 Brooke Bernardoni, 1B/DP............ 1996-97 Michelle Bento, 2B..............................1992 Laura Berg, OF...................1994-95, 97-98 Randi Berg, 2B/SS........................ 1994-97 Natalie Bien, OF..................................1978 Jenelle Bivens, UT......................... 2006-07 Erika Blanco, IF/DP....................... 1993-96 Bev Boeck, IF................................ 1983-86 Michelle Bolt, DP/C ...................... 1991-94 Candice Bowlin, OF....................... 1996-99 Maureen Brady, RHP..................... 1992-95

EChris Elze, SS................................ 1984-85

K Denise Ketcham, C........................ 1980-83

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JOHN D. WELTY Dr. John D. Welty has been president of California State University, Fresno since July 29, 1991. He is also a professor in the Kremen School of Education & Human Development. Fresno State enrolls more than 22,000 students and offers 61 undergraduate degrees, 45 master degree programs, and three doctoral degrees. The campus is located on 1,500 acres and academic programs are housed in eight colleges and schools. Since 1991 the University has become recognized as one of the nation’s best engaged universities, expanded minority enrollment, created an Honors College, revised its general education requirements, added new academic programs and institutes, and constructed $425 million in facilities, including a new $102 million library. Since 1991 the University has introduced service learning into the curriculum and expanded community service opportunities for students, improved services for students, streamlined administrative processes, launched a major commitment to expand the use of information technology, earned membership in the Mountain West Conference, expanded intercollegiate Athletic opportunities and facilities for women, led the effort to build the Save Mart Center, and dramatically increased private fund raising and grant and

contract funding. The University is currently completing a $200 million capital campaign. The university has been actively involved in addressing issues in Central California and engaging itself with the entire region. Dr. Welty has served on both of the CSU System’s major strategic planning efforts. He participated in the creation of the Voluntary System of Accountability which has been adopted by over 200 colleges and universities. He is called upon frequently to discuss the role of engaged universities. He has served on several advisory groups to the U.S. Departments of Education and Agriculture. He is a past-chair of the Renaissance Group which is a national organization of over 30 Universities dedicated to improved teacher education programs. He co-chaired the CSU’s effort to create CALState Teach, an innovative program designed for emergency credentialed teachers and chaired a CSU group on preparing educational leaders. He chairs the Cal State Online Advisory Board, is Chair of the CSU Gender Equity Monitoring Committee and also serves on the executive board of the Central California Campus Compact. He joined the Board of the California Healthcare Foundation in 2012. In addition, he has chaired three national conferences on substance abuse and prevention and chaired a CSU effort to review alcohol policies and programs. Dr. Welty is a national leader in higher education. He was elected to serve as WASC Commissioner in 2000 and served a three year term as the WASC Commission Chair. He is past chair of the American Humanics, Inc. Board and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, and WAC Board of Directors. He was appointed to the Urban Serving Universities (USU) Board in 2012. He served on the NCAA Board Executive Committee and the special NCAA Task Force on the Future of Intercollegiate A t h l e t i c s . Currently, he serves on the NCAA Board of Directors and is the Mountain West re p re s e n t a t i v e to the Bowl Conference Series (BCS) Oversight Committee. Locally, Dr. Welty has been a leader in establishing

THOMAS BOEH the Fresno Business Council, the Central Valley Business Incubator, the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium, the Collaborative Regional Initiative, the Regional Jobs Initiative, the Kenneth L. Maddy Institute and several other partnerships. In 1999, Dr. Welty was presented the Chief Executive Leadership Award by the Council for Advancement and Support for Education and was recognized by the John Templeton Foundation for his leadership in Student Character Development in Schools and Colleges. In 2001 and again in 2011, he was recognized by the California State Student Association as President of the Year. In 2003, he received the Fresno Business Council’s Excellence in Public Service Award. In 2007, he received the Fresno Compact’s Harold H. Haak Award for Outstanding Business Partnership Educator of the Year. In 2008, he was named an American Humanics 60th Anniversary Honoree and in 2009 he was named an ACPA Educational Leadership Foundation Diamond Honoree. In 2010, he received the Sequoia Award from the Great Valley Center and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Western Illinois University. In 2012, he was presented with the William M. Lyles Vision Award for his contribution to advancing entrepreneurship throughout the Central Valley. He has also consulted with many institutions and served on the boards of several campus and community organizations. Previously, Dr. Welty served as President of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) for seven years. Prior to assuming the presidency of IUP, he served as Vice President for Student and University Affairs for four years. A native of Amboy, Illinois, Dr. Welty has served as an Admissions Counselor at Michigan State University, East Lansing, and as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota. At the State University of New York, Albany, he was Director of Residences, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, and Assistant Professor of Counseling and Student Development. Dr. Welty received his bachelor’s degree in Social Science from Western Illinois University, Macomb in 1965; his master’s in College Student Personnel Services from Michigan State University in 1967; and his doctorate in Administration of Higher Education from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1974. Dr. Welty and his wife, Dr. Sharon Brown-Welty, have five children and three grandchildren.

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With a proven track record of strong leadership, integrity, sound academic values and athletics achievement, Thomas Boeh enters his 31st year of athletics administration, 18th year as an NCAA Division I-A Director of Athletics and eighth year at Fresno State, including leading the Bulldogs’ transition into the Mountain West Conference. In July of 2005, Boeh was charged to stabilize, reform and revitalize the athletics program at Fresno State. As a result of this charge, the Department of Athletics has been entirely restructured with a new senior administrative team. Special emphasis has been placed upon a consistent and value-based approach to decision-making, as well as clearly delineating areas of responsibilities with built-in accountability. Considerable attention has been directed towards creating a progressive studentathlete environment and strict adherence to welldefined NCAA compliance protocols and standards. New polices have been developed regarding student-athletes recruitment, oversight and welfare. The Student-Athlete Code of Conduct and Substance Abuse Educational and Testing Program have been reviewed and strengthened, and the Student-Athlete Advisory Council has been reenergized. Departmental and institutional protocols relative to admissions, financial aid and eligibility have all been restructured in conjunction with campus leaders. Fresno State’s student-athletes have benefited significantly from these measures and, in conjunction with enhanced support services, they have fostered a better-quality experience that is reflected in greatly improved Academic Progress Rates, fewer Code of Conduct violations and extensive community service activity. Additionally, all athletics fundraising activities have been consolidated within the new Bulldog Foundation and philanthropic gifts to Athletics have risen to record levels.

rankings. Since 2005, conference championships and advancement to NCAA Championship competition has been achieved in the sports of women’s basketball, track & field, women’s soccer, baseball, women’s golf, softball and men’s and women’s tennis, with four enjoying a Top-20 national ranking, and baseball capturing the 2008 National Championship. Additionally, Fresno State studentathletes have advanced to post-season competition in the sports of football, men’s basketball and equestrian. The success of Bulldog studentathletes led Fresno State to three Western Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cups in a five-year span (2007-08, 2008-09 & 2011-12). Additionally, Sports Illustrated’s SI.com ranked Fresno State the nation’s 18th most accomplished NCAA Division I athletics program for 2007-08. Prior to his arrival in Fresno in July of 2005, Boeh spent the previous 10 years as the Director of Athletics at Ohio University, where he led the program to exceptional levels in numerous categories and earning numerous conference championships. In 2001, The Sporting News ranked Ohio’s department 32nd among the 115 NCAA I-A institutions, the highest ranking of any non-BCS program. The ranking included evaluations for competitive success, fan support, integrity and equity. Ohio earned an “A” rating in graduation rates and NCAA compliance and posted an eight-year high graduation rate of 73 percent in 2004.

Prior to his tenure at Ohio, Boeh served as Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs at Northwestern University, overseeing areas such as development, marketing, ticket operations, sports publications, media services, game management and broadcast properties. Boeh also led the popular “Expect Victory” campaign, Northwestern’s firstever multimedia marketing effort. Preceding Northwestern, Boeh served the University of Maine as Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Administration and Development. He also spent time in a variety of roles with the Big Ten Television Network, The University of Illinois, and his alma mater, Loras College of Iowa. The Chicago-area native received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education with a minor in History at Loras in 1981, and a Master of Science degree in Athletic Administration from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 1988.

Under Boeh’s leadership, Ohio was extremely aggressive in its efforts to achieve gender equity and compliance with Title IX. Three women’s sports programs were initiated during Boeh’s tenure, and in 2004 The Chronicle of Higher Education reported that Ohio ranked second nationally among all NCAA I-A institutions relative to the equity of men’s and women’s sport program expenditures.

Fresno State Athletics has been working closely with a nationally renowned consultant, a broad-based President-appointed ad hoc committee, and the Office of Civil Rights to remedy all past gender equity issues and create at Fresno State a model Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) athletics program relative to Title IX compliance. One component of this effort is the addition of two new women’s sports; lacrosse and swimming & diving both began competition during the 2008-09 academic year. All athletics facilities have been evaluated and a 10year master plan, inclusive of the “Athletics Mall” and “Student-Athlete Village” has been developed and introduced to the community. Several projects have been completed to date, including a stateof-art aquatics venue, and construction scheduled for another cornerstone project, a sports medicine center.

Additionally, numerous women’s facilities were constructed; sports budgets were restructured and decision-making procedures were reorganized to establish what Boeh refers to as an “authentic gender-neutral environment.” Annual fundraising totals rose more than 500 percent and Ohio Athletics concluded the University’s Bicentennial Capital Campaign by exceeding its $10 million departmental goal.

Fresno State’s competitive level continues to be among the leaders in conference and regional play, and several teams have achieved national

In addition, Boeh served a term as the MidAmerican Conference (MAC) representative to the NCAA Management Council, the NCAA’s

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most prestigious governing body for athletics administrators. Boeh also served as the chair of the MAC Athletics Directors’ Group and member of the MAC Executive Council.

Some of the more visible changes on the Ohio campus during Boeh’s tenure were the facilities for student-athlete support services, practice and competition. In all, 44 facilities saw major renovation or new construction and Ohio’s athletics physical plant was recognized as being among the best and most efficient in the Midwest.

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Betsy Mosher is entering her eighth year at Fresno State and second as Deputy Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator after serving for the previous six years as the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration and Program Integrity. She was named NACWAA’s 2012 Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Administrator of the Year. Mosher has formal oversight of all sport supervisors, supervisory capacity regarding student-athlete welfare issues, and is formally defined as the department’s top administrator in the absence of the Director of Athletics. During her tenure at Fresno State, Mosher’s guidance has been a key component in the athletics department’s unprecedented achievement by the student-athlete community in the areas of academic development , NCAA compliance, gender equity, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and student-athlete services.

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With an extensive background that includes prominent leadership positions at three NCAA Division I institutions as well as with the Big Ten Office and the NCAA, Mosher’s duties at Fresno State include the supervision of five Bulldogs’ athletics programs (baseball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s basketball) as well as oversight of the department’s NCAA and Western Athletic Conference compliance programs, student-athlete services, the athletic training and the strength and conditioning departments. Mosher will serve as the SWA for conference and NCAA representation. At UMass, she was a member of the athletics department senior management team and was responsible for the formulation of the department’s strategic plan. Assisting with a campus response to a second round NCAA self study, Mosher oversaw the department’s compliance program, including the formulation of a systems manual and an upgrade of the recruitment monitoring system. Additionally, Mosher oversaw the admission process for student-athletes as well as served as a department liaison for personnel actions during a six month transition period. Mosher, who supervised women’s tennis, baseball and cross country and track and field

Prior to UMass, Mosher spent six years (1996-2002) as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Administration and Compliance/SWA at Arizona State University. A member of ASU’s athletic senior management team, she oversaw the school’s compliance, academic and student services as well as the personnel areas. She also supervised the sports of volleyball, softball, soccer and wrestling while working closely with the women’s basketball program. Mosher served as a liaison to Arizona State’s general counsel, the school’s Intercollegiate Athletics Board, the Pacific-10 Conference and the NCAA. Representing the Sun Devils on numerous Pac-10 and NCAA committees, she was the 19992000 vice president of the Pac-10 council and former NCAA softball committee member. Mosher also assisted with the second round certification process at ASU and served as the OCR liaison. Prior to Arizona State, Mosher spent seven years (1989-96) at Northwestern. With five years as an assistant athletics director and two as an associate athletics director for intercollegiate services, she also served as the department’s SWA. Her primary duties for the Wildcats included oversight of compliance, academic services and athletics admissions as well as supervision of the baseball, women’s basketball, tennis and swimming programs. She was chair of the Big 10 Women’s Administrator’s Group and the Conference’s Rules and Legislation Committee. Prior to Northwestern, Mosher was a legislative assistant at the Big Ten Conference office (1988-89) and also served as an NCAA compliance representative (1986-88). Prior to her move into administration, Mosher was the head women’s basketball and softball coach at California State (Pa.) from 1980-85 and began her collegiate athletics career as the women’s basketball coach at WisconsinWhitewater (1977-79). Receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Illinois State in 1972, a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from Northern Colorado in 1976, and a Director’s Degree from Indiana University (1986), Mosher also was selected to attend the NACWAA Institute for Athletics Executive in the summer of 2002. Mosher is a current member of NACDA and NACWAA.

PAUL LADWIG

SENIOR ASSOCIATE A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS Paul Ladwig is in his eighth year at Fresno State and second as the Senior Associate Athletics for External Relations after serving for the previous six years as the Associate Athletics Director over External Relations and Broadcasting. Ladwig joined the Bulldog the family

in September 2005. In addition to serving as the department’s primary spokesperson with oversight of advertising, communications, marketing, merchandising, licensing, ticket sales, video services and web operations,

From Network Television in Los Angeles to the slopes of the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan to documentary work in Southeast Asia, his departments have grewn considerably under Ladwig’s direction.

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Ladwig has also assumed a primary leadership role in the Bulldog Foundation. He has been instrumental in the cultivation of philanthropic giving to Fresno State Athletics and student-athlete scholarships. During his tenure, Ladwig has led multiple reorganizations to allow for the integration and merging of all external communication and outreach under his direction. These measures have fostered more consistent processes that help promote and enhance Fresno State Athletics on a daily basis. He has built with stronger media partnerships and spearheaded the addition of a new videoboard at Bulldog Stadium and creation of environmentally-conscious virtual team guides. Ladwig is also a leader in developing attractive value oriented experiences for fans. A strong advocate of the importance of social media (and extremely active on Twitter @ PaulLadwig), he has also increased the exposure of Fresno State Athletics through the creation of the Bulldog Sports Network, the Bulldog Insider (a weekly television show dedicated solely to coverage of Bulldog Athletics) and finding fresh ways to tell Fresno State stories through new and existing media partnerships. His vision continues to bring fans superior story-telling that incorporate the latest technologies. Collaborating with media rights holder as the department’s liaison to Learfield Sports’ Bulldog Sports Properties, new and additional programming for radio and television were developed. Ladwig led the search for the addition of a living four-legged mascot to the Bulldog family, Victor E. Bulldog. People around the world curious about the Bulldogs will continue to log onto a constantly updating Gobulldogs.com website with expanded content, video and increased participatory site interaction. Fresno State Athletics Communications took the lead nationally in developing a paperless media guide in 2009. Environmental awareness, cost containment, and the ability to provide instant information to the media are several factors in the implementation of this paperless delivery system. With a vast and varied career, Ladwig came to Fresno State after serving as the Assistant Athletics Director for Creative Services at Ohio University. At Ohio University, he was charged with ensuring an effective, consistent and progressive approach from game-day activities to marketing to image enhancement. Ohio saw a record-breaking sellout crowd at Peden Stadium when the Bobcats defeated Pittsburgh on ESPN in their 2005 home opener. Innovative, Ladwig was instrumental in creating the Ohio Sports Network, the refinement of Ohio University’s web presence and the production of programming for public television.

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ASSOCIATE A.D./ FACILITIES & OPERATIONS

John J. Kriebs is in his 12th year at Fresno State, serving as associate athletics director for facilities and operations. Kriebs oversees Fresno State’s internal operations, including events, facilities, information technology, equipment, department fleet and serves as the sport supervisor for multiple teams. Kriebs is responsible for NCAA and WAC tournament bidding and management. He successfully brought the 2004 WAC basketball and three NCAA women’s basketball championships, including two Regionals in 2007 and 2012. He serves as the liaison for campus planning, parking, kinesiology and the concession operations. During his tenure, he spearheaded Fresno State’s transition into the $103 million Save Mart Center, coordinating construction and facility projects including the locker rooms, equipment and training rooms and the Bulldog Shop. Recently, he has overseen the construction of a state-of-the-art aquatics venue, lacrosse and soccer field, softball indoor batting cages and the planning for a new sports medicine center. Kriebs came to Fresno State after serving as an assistant athletics director at Southwest Missouri State from 1994-99. While there, he oversaw nine Olympic sports as well as budgeting, personnel and scheduling. Prior to his position at SMS, Kriebs was the Bears’ wrestling head coach from 1989-94. He was highly successful in that capacity, earning Midwest Regional Coach of the Year honors in 1994 and guiding the program’s first ever Division I All-American in any sport. In all, he coached 12 NCAA qualifiers and broke 15 school records. Kriebs’ coaching career began at the University of Northern Iowa, where he served as an assistant from 1984-89 and helped guide the Panthers to five top 10 finishes. The Dubuque, Iowa, native is a 1984 graduate of Northern Iowa, where he was a two-time AllAmerican wrestler. As a senior, he was the nation’s No. 1 ranked heavyweight. He qualified for the NCAA’s all four years and was picked to wrestle in the prestigious All-Star Wrestling Showcase. Kriebs has a wife, Geri, a daughter, Jordan, and a son, Jack.

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STEVE ROBERTELLO ASSOCIATE A.D./ INTERCOLLEGIATE SERVICES

Steve Robertello joined the Fresno State Department of Athletics in December 2012 as the Associate Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Services. “We are fortunate to have Steve join the Bulldog family in this significant leadership role,” said Boeh on Robertello’s hiring. “His numerous years of exceptional experience at the Division I FBS level, combined with his demonstrated firm conviction that student-athlete welfare and “doing things the right way” are paramount, make him an ideal fit for Fresno State Athletics. The entire Bulldog community will benefit greatly from Steve’s guidance, insight and passion for intercollegiate athletics.” Robertello, a graduate of West Virginia University, will oversee the branches of compliance, student-athlete services, sports medicine and strength and conditioning. For the past 10 years, Robertello has worked at Washington State University. Most recently he served as the Associate Director of Athletics/ Compliance in Pullman where he directed the dayto-day operations of the WSU Athletics Compliance Office. Robertello served as a member of the WSU Athletics Department Executive Staff, as well as the Athletics Department liaison to the WSU Admissions Office. At the conference level, Robertello served on the Pac-12 Conference Legislative Committee and Recruiting Task Force. For the NCAA, he served on the Amateurism Fact-Finding Committee as a member (2008-12) and committee chair (201012) and was the NCAA Site Coordinator for the 2005 NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships first and second rounds. Prior to WSU, Robertello spent two and a half years as a Compliance Coordinator at Arizona State University, two years as an Athletics Compliance Office Assistant, and Assistant Director of Compliance at Villanova University and one year as a Athletic Compliance Office Graduate Assistant at West Virginia University. Robertello graduated from West Virginia with a Master’s of Science in Sport Management and Bachelor of Science.

RYAN REGGIANI ASSISTANT A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Ryan Reggiani is in his fourth year at Fresno State and second as the Assistant Athletics Director for External Relations, managing the dayto-day functions of communications, marketing and video production services. Reggiani is a member of the Senior Leadership Team at Fresno State and has been the chair for several search committees. Reggiani manages media contracts, and serves as a liaison to Bulldog Sports Properties, an entity of Learfield Sports, and Legends Sales & Marketing. In the summer of 2012, Reggiani oversaw the website redesign and launch of gobulldogs.com, working with CBS College Sports, designing a user friendly website, with the latest social media aspects built in to give the best fan experience when visiting. While social media has taken off while Reggiani has been at Fresno State, the Athletics department’s Facebook page has tripled in likes and its Twitter handle has doubled in followers. The department’s focus from the external side has been focused on building a social media platform to engage fans of Fresno State at every level. With significant experience and strong ties to the San Joaquin Valley, he has covered high-profile colleges in some of the nation’s top media markets and placed an emphasis on maximizing new and existing revenue streams, social media platforms while providing engaging content with innovative technology. Prior to the 2011 football season, Reggiani led the marketing and ticket sales effort of the Battle of the Bay, featuring Fresno State football versus California at Candlestick Park. The thirdparty game provided a significant boost to the department’s budget, as over 14,000 tickets were sold through Fresno State and over 20,000 fans showed up to the neutral site game in San Francisco. In the spring of 2012, Reggiani was the Media Coordinator for the Women’s Basketball NCAA Regional hosted at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. Reggiani has served as the lead marketing coordinator for the Bulldog football program for the past three seasons, after three and a half years as an Assistant Media Relations Director with the University of Hawai’i Athletics Department. While at UH, Reggiani developed and managed the communications strategy for their sports teams. Reggiani received his master’s degree in sports administration from Saint Mary’s in 2005 and bachelor’s degree in mass communication and journalism from California State University, Fresno in 2001.

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Mosher has helped guide the Bulldogs to significant improvements in the department’s Academic Progress Rate, equity in participation and financial aid and student-athlete welfare initiatives. Mosher has established herself as a national leader in fostering an elite and equitable student-athlete experience. She also plays a critical role in representing the institution at the conference level and oversaw the Bulldogs’ transition to the Mountain West Conference. Mosher came to Fresno State after spending three years (200205) as the Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Administration and Compliance Services at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

at Massachusetts, was a liaison to the Athletic Council’s Subcommittees for Compliance and for Vision. An NCAA Peer Reviewer, she was named to the NCAA Academic, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet in July 2005.

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STEVE BORLAND BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

DIANE BROCK BULLDOG SHOP

ADAM BROOKS BULLDOG FOUNDATION

CLARENCE CHIONG LICENSING

ALEX CORDOVA FACILITIES OPERATIONS

D.J. GIUMENTO FACILITIES OPERATIONS

DAVID HALL COMPLIANCE

SHARI HANLIN BULLDOG FOUNDATION

RUSSELL HAYDEN TICKET OFFICE

CHAD IGOA NFORMATION SYSTEMS

ROBBIE JELLISON VIDEO PRODUCTION

JODY JESSER BUSINESS OFFICE

TERRY JOHNSON BULLDOG FOUNDATION

WHITNEY JOHNSON MARKETING

BEN LUCAS BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

RUSS MALBURG TICKET OFFICE

JEANNETTE MARTIN BULLDOG FOUNDATION

JEREMY MELCHER BULLDOG SHOP

JERAD MEYER BULLDOG FOUNDATION

LEE MEYERS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

RYAN MITCHELL COMPLIANCE

NATALIE NAKIC STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

RYAN NELSON INFORMATION SYSTEMS

KELLI EBERLEIN SPORTS MEDICINE

RICHARD ENNS BUSINESS OFFICE

CYNDY FAVILLA ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

CLARE FLORES-COLEMAN ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

HILDA FONG ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

RYAN GLASER BULLDOG FOUNDATION

JARED JONES VIDEO PRODUCTION

JENNIFER JORY BULLDOG FOUNDATION

HANNA LANTS STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

JUDY LEA BULLDOG FOUNDATION

ANESSA LEYDIG ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

TERRY LOGAN FACILITIES OPERATIONS

PAT OGLE BULLDOG FOUNDATION

KARIN OLIVER FACILITIES OPERATIONS

ROBERT PAGESMITH STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

JOHN PALEY FACILITIES OPERATIONS

JOSH PHANCO BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

JASON PIRTLE FACILITIES OPERATIONS

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CHRISTINA ROYBAL TICKET OFFICE

DIANE SANBONGI TICKET OFFICE

JAMES SEWELL ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

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ALLISON SLATER MARKETING

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BRIAN UHRLE BULLDOG SHOP

TERENCE WAN STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

ANREW WIEDER BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

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FRESNO STATE soFtBall

FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS FRESNO STATE IDENTIFICATION

The official name of the school is California State University, Fresno. For athletics department purposes, the University prefers to be called simply Fresno State – never Fresno State University and never shorten to Fresno. For graphics or abbreviations, we ask that you please use FS – not FSU, CSUF or Fresno. Other acceptable abbreviation: Fresno St.

FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY

THERSA KURTZ..... SOFTBALL CONTACT

Click here.

VIRTUAL TEAM GUIDES Click here.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS

SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION

OFFICE PHONE......................................... (559) 278-4881 FAX.......................................................... (559) 278-4689 EMAIL.................................... TKURTZ@CSUFRESNO.EDU WEBSITE.................................. WWW.GOBULLDOGS.COM

Facebook: Fresno State Athletics Twitter: FSAthletics

OTHER SERVICES

The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will provide complete statistics during and immediately following each home event. Working media may conduct post-game interviews following a 10-minute coolingoff period.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: (559) 278-2509 • Fax: (559) 278-2689 Website: www.gobulldogs.com 5048 N. Jackson Ave. Room 104 - LS 135 • Fresno, CA 93710

MEDIA/PHOTO CREDENTIALS

Requests for media/photo credentials can be requested online at gobulldogs.com/media and should be submitted at least 48 hours prior to the event. Since space is limited, accommodations are on the following priority basis: daily newspapers, originating radio and television stations, national weekly or monthly publications, electronic media outlets, local and regional television crews. Priority is granted to media entities that cover Fresno State softball on a regular basis, which includes coverage of open practices, home and road matches and to visiting media members. Freelance and amateur photographers not on assignment are not eligible for photo credentials, except by prior approval from the Fresno State Athletics Communications Office. Credentials may be picked up in the Athletics Communications Office prior to the day of the game. Non-working individuals will not be permitted in the press box.

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Any questions related to the Mountain Conference should be directed to Kim Melcher, Associate Commissioner of Communications. The Mountain West address is 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200, Colorado Springs, CO 80921. The Mountain West telephone number is 719-488-4040 and the fax number is 719-487-7240. The Mountain West’s web site is www.themwc.com

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FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS - STAFF

Note: Web sites that sponsor message boards, message centers or chat rooms where people are allowed to post anonymous information will not be issued credentials. If a medium has an online site that sponsors these anonymous forums, they may continue to receive credentials under its traditional medium (newspaper, magazine, radio, and television), but will not be granted additional passes for online staff. PAUL LADWIG

RYAN REGGIANI

JASON CLAY

THERESA KURTZ

STEPHEN TREMBLEY

SARAH JACKSON

Sr. Assoc. Athletics Dir. External Relations

Asst. Athletics Dir. External Relations

Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

Athletics Communications Coordinator

MATT BURKHOLDER

ELLY WALKER

KASANDRA MARTINSON

KELLY MASON

KEITH KOUNTZ

Athletics Communications Intern

Athletics Communications Intern

Athletics Communications Assistant

Athletics Communications Assistant

Athletics Communications Assistant

Athletics Communications Photographer

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Only photographers on assignment for accredited publications will be afforded credentials. Credentials are given on a priority basis and Fresno State Athletics Communications reserves the right to determine priority. Photographers may shoot from designated areas outside the fences of the field and within the stadium. The Fresno State Athletics Department reserves all commercial and non-commercial rights to the use of film, videotapes and still photographs of its athletics events and facilities.

Fresno State softball may be accessed on the World Wide Web at www.gobulldogs.com. All weekly releases, special releases, feature articles, rosters, bios on players and coaching staff, statistics and box scores can be found on the internet.

MEDIA PARKING

Bulldog Diamond media parking as of 2010 has moved to the K Lot off of Barstow, directly across from the North Gym. Parking is free and media members will not need a pass to park.

SERVICES

The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will provide a complete box score and any other stats requested at the conclusion of each game. Programs will be provided for the working media containing rosters and games notes on each team.

INTERVIEW POLICY

Requests for interviews with student-athletes and Coach Ford should be channeled through the Fresno State Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hours in advance. Every Wednesday is media day during the season (unless otherwise noted). The first 30 minutes of the scheduled practice time will be available for media to shoot video or pictures and conduct interviews. All practices are closed to the general public. Practice times are subject to change. The Fresno State training rooms, locker rooms and strength and conditioning center are closed to those other than Fresno State players, coaches, and administrative staff.

POST GAME INTERVIEWS

After a 10-minute cool down, head coach Trisha Ford and requested student-athletes will be available for interviews on the third base side of the field. Please make interview requests in the bottom of the last inning through the Fresno State Athletics Communications softball contact. Please make interview requests for the visiting team through the visiting .......................................................................................................................................................................... softball contact if they are in attendance.

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PHOTO REGULATIONS

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2013 Fresno State Softball Virtual Team Guide