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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT

 NATIONAL RANKINGS  College  Guidebooks,  including  The  Princeton  Review,  the  Fiske  Guide  to  Colleges,  and  U.S.  News and World Report rate Florida Southern  among  the  nation’s  best  colleges  and  universities   ACCREDITATION  The  Commission  on  Colleges  of  the  Southern  Association  of  Colleges  and  Schools  (SACS)  gave  Florida  Southern  the  highest  form  of  reaccreditation that a college can attain in its  most recent review in 2008   OUTSTANDING ALUMNI  Approximately  94%  of  Florida  Southern  graduates are working full‐time or enrolled in  graduate  school  within  six  months  of  earning  their  degree,  and  more  than  25,000  Florida  Southern alumni live across the globe   FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT HERITAGE  Located  on  the  north  shore  of  Lake  Hollingsworth, Florida Southern College is the  only  Frank  Lloyd  Wright‐designed  campus  in  the  world,  and  is  listed  on  the  National  Register of Historic Places   ENVIABLE LOCATION  Lakeland  is  home  to  over  94,000  people,  is  less  than  an  hour’s  drive  from  both  Tampa  and  Orlando,  along  with  attractions  like  Disney  World  and  Busch  Gardens,  and  is  the  Spring Training home to the Detroit Tigers   CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETICS  Competing  in  19  NCAA  sports,  as  well  as  water‐skiing,  the  Florida  Southern  Moccasins  have  won  27  NCAA  Division  II  National  Championships  and  have  produced  over  500  All‐Americans 

Florida Southern College is committed to educational excellence and is a selective, comprehensive, private, United Methodist college with a strong liberal arts core and signature programs. The College enrolls a talented student body and includes an accomplished faculty who are dedicated to teaching excellence. Outstanding opportunities for engaged learning, student-faculty collaborative research and performance, service learning, study abroad, and honors study are distinctive features of the academic program at Florida Southern. The College offers exceptional student life programs, including a championship athletic program.


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE SOFTBALL QUICK FACTS

Moccasin Quick Facts .......................................... 1 Dr. Anne Kerr, President ...................................... 2 Pete Meyer, Athletic Director ............................... 2 Support Staff and Coaches Directory .................. 3 2012 Preview and Preseason Polls .................. 4-7 Head Coach, Chris Bellotto ............................. 8-11 All-Time NCAA Coaching Leaders ..................... 12 Assistant Coaches ............................................. 13 Why We’re Proud to be Division II ..................... 14 Player Bios .................................................... 15-40 Florida Southern Honors and Awards ........... 42-48 Team Records ................................................... 49 Individual Records ........................................ 50-53 Florida Southern Softball Year-by-Year ............. 54 Florida Southern in the NCAA Tournament ....... 55 Florida Southern Series History ......................... 56 All-Time Letter Winners ..................................... 57 2011 Final Statistics and Results .................. 58-59 2011 Final Conference Statistics .................. 60-61 Sunshine State Conference Information ............ 62 2011 Conference Standings .............................. 63 2011 All-Conference Teams .............................. 63 Sunshine State Conference Opponents ....... 64-65 Composite SSC Schedule ................................. 65 Sunshine State Conference Hall-of-Fame ......... 66 Florida Southern Hall-of-Fame ........................... 67 About Florida Southern College .................... 68-69 Florida Southern Athletic Scholarships .............. 70 Florida Southern General Information ................ 71 Barnett Field, Home of the Moccasins ............... 72 Florida Southern Softball by the Numbers ......... 73 All-Sports Scorecard .......................................... 74 Roster ....................................... Inside Back Cover 2012 Schedule .....................................Back Cover

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................................. Lakeland, Florida Founded.......................................................................1883 Enrollment..................................................................2,059 President .................................................. Dr. Anne B. Kerr Athletic Director .............................................. Pete Meyer Associate AD/SWA (Compliance) ............. Marie Scovron Associate AD (Marketing & Promotions)............ Al Green Nickname .......................................................... Moccasins Colors ..................................................... Scarlet and White Affiliation .............................................. NCAA Division II Conference .................................................. Sunshine State Home Field............................. Barnett Field (742 capacity) Athletic Trainers ............................... Al Green, Kelly Cox Meghan Fornoff, Kevin McCarthy & Katie Kass Sports Information Director ........................... Bill Turnage Assistant SID/Softball ................................. Tim Carpenter Sports Information Phone ..........................(863) 680-4256 Assistant Sports Information ......................(863) 680-3955 Sports Information Fax ..............................(863) 680-3953 SID Home Phone .......................................(863) 701-8437 Assistant SID Home Phone ........................(863) 853-7030 Assistant SID email.................. tcarpenter@flsouthern.edu Athletic Department Phone ........................(863) 680-4244 Athletic Department Fax ............................(863) 680-4122 Athletic Web Page ............................... www.fscmocs.com SSC Web Page ........... www.sunshinestateconference.com TEAM QUICK FACTS Head Coach ................................................. Chris Bellotto Alma Mater .................................. Florida Southern (1980) Record at FSC ................................... 1,151-378 (30 years) Career Record ................................... 1,151-378 (30 years) Assistant Coaches ............ Michelle Tatlock & Al Bellotto 2011 Record ............................... 25-21 (13-11, 4th in SSC) FSC All-Time Record ....................... 1,151-378 (30 years) Program Started ..........................................................1982 NCAA Postseason Appearances .....................................19 National Championships ....................................... 1 (1993) Regional Championships ........ 8 (1987, 1989, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2004, 2006, 2007) Conference Championships ..................... 24 (last in 2009) Letterwinners Returning / Lost ................................. 11 / 7 Starters Returning / Lost ............................................. 7 / 5 2011 MVP .................................................. Christine Clark Head Coach’s Office Phone .......................(863) 680-4249 e-mail ......................................... cbellotto@flsouthern.edu Assistant Coaches’ Office Phone ...............(863) 616-6443 e-mail ......................................... mtatlock@flsouthern.edu

On  the  cover:  Florida  Southern’s  six  seniors.  In  the  back  left  to  right:  Christine Clark, Karlyn Scott and Brandy Pikus. In the front, left to right:  Steph Graziani, Randi Grimes, and Brittany Martin.   

CREDITS… The 2012 Florida Southern softball media guide was written  and  designed  by  assistant  sports  information  director  Tim  Carpenter.  2012 individual and team photography done by Andy Meng, and 2011  action photos shot by Andy Meng and Wayne Koehler. 

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2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  Christoverson Humanities Building (all three designed by world-renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern), the McKay Archives Center, the Blanton Nursing Building, the Rinker Technology Center, and TûTû’s Café (located in the Roux Library). Further improvements include the complete renovation of the student dining facility (Wynee’s Bistro), residence hall and campus-wide technology upgrades, and a campus beautification project featuring dozens of interconnected plazas and gardens. Dr. Kerr graduated from Mercer University and received her M.S. and Ph.D. from Florida State University. Prior to assuming the Presidency at Florida Southern, she served as Vice President for Advancement both at the University of Richmond and at Rollins College. She has held numerous volunteer leadership roles, and currently serves on the boards of SunTrust Bank, All Saints’ Academy, EarthLinked Technologies, Inc., the Polk Museum of Art, and the Florida Chamber of Commerce. She recently completed a two-year term as president of the Sunshine State Athletic Conference. Dr. Kerr and her husband, Roy, have a seventeen-year-old son, Ed, who plays baseball for All Saints’ Academy. Dr. Roy Kerr is a retired professor of Spanish and a baseball historian, whose recent publications include The Loving of the Game: a Baseball Memoir (2007); Sliding Billy Hamilton: the Life and Times of Baseball’s First Great Leadoff Man (2010), and Roger Connor: Home Run King of Nineteenth-Century Baseball (2011).

Anne B. Kerr, Ph.D. College President Since her appointment as Florida Southern College’s seventeenth president in 2004, Dr. Anne Kerr’s visionary leadership has enhanced the student experience on campus and increased the college’s national prominence. Under her direction, the institution has renewed its commitment to educate the whole person—academically, socially, spiritually and physically—in order to insure that students leave prepared to make a positive and consequential impact on our world. Early in her tenure, Dr. Kerr oversaw implementation of a comprehensive strategic plan for the College that was designed to enrich all facets of our student-centered culture. Opportunities for active learning and leadership were increased; innovative, engaged, and personalized instruction were prioritized; and the College’s scholar-athlete program became a national model for NCAA Division II athletic programs. Recent college improvements include ongoing restoration projects on the Frank Lloyd Wright campus and the construction of a Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House for use as a Tourism and Education Center, which will be the first Wright design built since 1966. Other new construction includes the two-building Barnett Residential Complex and the

Named to the AD position February 21, 2008, he officially assumed his duties July 1, 2008, when Lois Webb retired. In the fall of 2008, Meyer was given the additional title of Dean of Wellness, putting the operation of the Hollis Wellness Center, as well as the water ski program and campus intramurals under his direction. Meyer, who has been at Florida Southern since 1998, also served as assistant athletics director for Webb from February of 2006 until his AD appointment. In his previous stint as baseball coach (2002-08), Meyer spent six full seasons as head coach, guiding the Moccasins to their ninth NCAA Division II national title in 2005 with a 51-11 record. His head coaching record at Florida Southern is 282-121-1, while his overall record as a head coach is 321-151-1. Thirty-eight Moccasin baseball players have been drafted or signed professional contracts during Meyer's tenure as head coach. Before officially assuming the reigns of head baseball coach in June of 2002, Meyer had served for over three years as Florida Southern's top assistant coach under Chuck Anderson. He also was the program's recruiting coordinator. Prior to joining the FSC coaching staff, Meyer spent five seasons at Valdosta State, working under legendary head coach Tommy Thomas. Before his stint at Valdosta State, Meyer was head baseball coach at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, where he coordinated the start of the school's Division III program in 1991. His Oglethorpe teams won Eastern Division titles in the SCAC in each of his two seasons (1992-93). He served as a graduate assistant at Valdosta State from 198890, while earning his M. Ed. in physical education. A four-year baseball letterman at the College of Wooster in Ohio, Meyer graduated in 1987 with a B.A. in speech communication. Meyer is married to the former Julie Newnum. The couple has three children - 23-year old Ross, 21-year-old Mitchell, who is enrolled at FSC, and 20-year old Megan, who attends Trinity University in Texas.

Pete Meyer Athletic Director Now in his fourth year (2011-12) as Director of Athletics at Florida Southern College, Pete Meyer saw Moccasin teams enjoy another successful year in 2010-11. The women’s golf team finished third at the NCAA Division II Championship; the swimming team claimed four individual event NCAA championships (Mary O’Sullivan – 200-yard freestyle and 200-yard backstroke, Jeb Halfacre – 200-yard backstroke, and the men’s 400-yard medley relay team); and twelve of FSC’s programs participated in NCAA postseason competition. FSC won Sunshine State Conference titles in men’s cross country (14th straight) and women’s basketball (regular season and SSC tournament), won the SSC women’s Mayors’ Cup, and tied for second in the men’s Mayors’ Cup. That success combined to give the Moccasins a 19th-place finish, tops among SSC schools, in the 2010-11 Learfield Sports/NACDA Cup standings and their 10th top-25 finish in the program's history. Meyer also returned to the coaching ranks in 2010-11, taking command of the baseball program 12 games into the season and guiding the Moccasins to a final season record of 32-15. In 2009-10, FSC won its 12th NCAA men’s golf title and 27th national title overall and produced its first national champion in swimming (Jeb Halfacre – 200-yard backstroke). Eleven programs were represented in NCAA postseason competition, with men’s golf, basketball and cross country teams capturing SSC titles. In Meyer's first year as AD (2008-09), Moccasin teams produced three SSC championships (men's cross country, men's basketball, softball) and a fifth-place national finish in women's golf. Eleven FSC teams went to NCAA postseason competition. 2

 

 


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Moccasin Head Coaching Staff

Chris Bellotto Softball

Linc Darner Men’s Basketball

Kara Reber Women’s Lacrosse

Trish Riddell Women’s Tennis

Robbie Davis Women’s Golf

Doug Gordin Men’s Golf

Hugh Seyfarth Men’s Soccer

Trey Heath Men’s Tennis

Duncan Sherrard Swimming

Pete Meyer Baseball

Jill Stephens Volleyball

Jamie Moreno CrossCountry Track & Field

Ben Strawbridge Women’s Soccer

Jarrod Olson Women’s Basketball

Marty Ward Men’s Lacrosse

Moccasin Administrative and Support Staff

Marie Scovron Associate AD/SWA NCAA Compliance

Al Green Assistant AD Head Athletic Trainer

Kelly Cox Athletic Trainer

Meghan Fornoff Athletic Trainer

Susan Sargeant Administrative Assistant

Micki Watson Athletic Business Manager

Bill Turnage Sports Information Director

Kevin McCarthy Athletic Trainer

Ronnie Akins Equipment Manager 3

 

 

Malcolm Manners Faculty Athletic Representative

Katie Kass Athletic Trainer

Cornelius Jackson Grounds

Brink Schoonmaker Grounds


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2012 Florida Southern Softball Preview   With  2011  now  in  the  history  books,  the  2012  Florida  Southern  Moccasins  begin  their  season  under  more  pressure  than any Moccasin team that’s ever come before them. Why?  Well,  the  Mayans  predicted  the  world  would  come  to  an  end  on  December  21  (or  the  23rd,  depending  on  your  interpretation),  and  if  that’s  not  pressure,  what  is?  It  means  this might be the Mocs’ last chance – their very last chance – to  add another trophy to a case that’s already overflowing.    Then  again,  since  every  other  team  in  America  is  playing  under  the  same  type  of  doomsday  deadline,  and  the  Mocs  already own quite a collection of hardware, there isn’t nearly as  much  pressure  on  them  as  there  is  on  everyone  else.  That  should actually  make  for  a pretty  relaxed  season  as  far as  the  Mocs  are  concerned.  Florida  Southern  also  has  a  hall  of  fame  coach in Chris Bellotto who’s successfully guided them through  so  many  tough  spots  in  the  past,  the  end  of  the  world  just  provides a different backdrop for a different season.    On that bright note, the Moccasins have the same goals in  2012 they’ve had in every other season; and to achieve those  goals, they’ll need their senior class to play as well as they did  as juniors in 2011; their junior college transfers to step in and  play  the  roles  they  were  brought  in  to  play;  and  their  sophomores to put together the type of complete season all of  them  showed  they  were  capable  of  having  at  different  points  during their rookie campaigns. The Moccasins will also need at  least some of their freshmen to contribute right away if they’re  going to overtake the three teams that finished ahead of them  last year in the conference standings and went on to play in the  NCAA Tournament.    One  thing  Florida  Southern  hopes  to  avoid  is  a  repeat  of  last  year’s  pitching  situation  when  injuries  and  inexperience  really  limited  what  Bellotto  could  do  at  times,  and  forced  Christine  Clark  to  shoulder  a  much  larger  portion  of  the  load  than anyone wanted to see her carry. Over the final 29 games,  Clark  had  every  one  of  Florida  Southern’s  16  wins,  and  over  the  course  of  the  season, she had 22 of 25. That ratio  has to come down for the Mocs to  get  back  to  the  postseason,  where they last appeared in 2009  with  Clark  as  one  of  their  starting pitchers.    Now a senior, and a 2‐time  All‐Sunshine  State  Conference  selection,  Clark  has  won  46  games in her career with a 1.94  ERA,  including  a  22‐12  record  last year when she led the SSC in  appearances  and  was  second  in  wins. While she’s not known as a  strikeout  pitcher,  neither  does  she give anything away, averaging  less  than  a  walk  per  game  throughout her career, and throwing  only  three  wild  pitches  in  over  200  innings  as  a  junior.  With  Clark,  the 

Mocs know what they’re going to get every time out, and that  type of comfort level is what they’re now looking for from the  rest of their pitching staff.    Another  member  of  that  staff  is  sophomore  Liana  Derringer,  who  burst  on  the  scene  with  a  shutout  in  her  first  college start after shutting down teams like Flagler and Rollins  in relief outings early in the season. She had a 3‐2 record with a  0.72 ERA at the halfway point of the season before walks took  their  toll.  It’s  the  strong  start  though,  along  with  the  .237  opponents’  batting  average  that  proves  Derringer  has  what  it  takes to win at the college level, and the Mocs are counting on  her to do that from start to finish this year.    Lindsay LaChance is another sophomore who got a taste of  the  college  game  last  year.  Though  she  appeared  in  only  two  games, LaChance has now had the opportunity to work on her  pitching  year‐round  after  a  high  school  career  in  Maine  that  saw her excel in multiple sports.    Two  freshmen  have  been  added  to  the  pitching  staff  too,  and both will be given the chance to become regular members  of  the  rotation.  Sam  Gale  was  a  4‐year  starter  for  St.  Cloud  High  School  where  she  put  together  a  career  record  of  56‐25  with a 1.29 ERA, and 604 strikeouts in nearly 500 innings. She  also  hit  at,  or  very  close  to  .500  as  a  junior  and  senior,  and  could help the Mocs out with her bat as well. Lauren Wolfe was  an  All‐State  selection  as  a  senior  at  Durant  High  School  and  also  averaged  well  over  a  strikeout  per  inning  in  her  prep  career.  While compiling a 30‐17 record,  Wolfe saw opposing batters hit  just .170 against her.    Something  else  the  Moccasins  don’t  want  to  see  repeat  itself  are  the  defensive  miscues  that  hurt  them  in  a  number  of  games  in  2011.  Their  73  errors  were  a  team  record and led to well over an  extra  run  per  game.  Bellotto  hopes  some  shuffling  in  the  infield and outfield will erase  a lot of those errors, and take  some  pressure  off  both  the  pitching staff and the offense.    One  of  those  position  changes  involves  senior  Brittany  Martin, who lit up opposing pitchers with  a  .417  batting  average,  seven  home  runs  and  33  RBI  in  her  first  season  with  the  Moccasins.  She  was  a  first  team  all‐ conference  first  baseman  but  is  moving  back  across  the  diamond  to  third  base  where  she  was  the  region  defensive  player‐of‐the‐year at Iowa Central Community College in 2010.  It’s  Martin’s  bat,  however,  that’s  been  the  biggest  difference  maker, whether it’s been at Florida Southern or at Iowa Central  where  she  was  a  2‐time  All‐American.  She’ll  once  again  hit  in  the middle of the lineup where she can do the most damage.  4

 

 


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With  Martin  now  at  third,  first  base  could  be  manned  by  as  many  as  three  different  players.  A  lot  of  that  might  depend on who is pitching since  Christine  Clark  is  one  of  them.  A  .301  career  hitter,  her  bat  was  partially  responsible for earning her all‐ conference  honors  two  years  ago  as  a  utility  player.  She  helped  stabilize  the  middle  of  the  lineup  and  could  do  the same as a pitcher or first  baseman this year too.    Senior  Randi  Grimes  will  see time at first base too, and  though  she  played  there  only  sparingly in 2011, she was a First  Team  All‐SSC  selection  as  a  designated  player  with  a  .325  batting average and 28 RBI in 40  games.  Grimes  will  once  again  hit  somewhere  in  the  middle  of  the  lineup  where  she  found  a  home  after  coming  off  the  bench early in 2011.    Junior  college  transfer  Heather  Brinkmeier  gives  Florida  Southern  a  third  option  at  first  base  and  is  the  type  of  hitter  who could also provide some extra power. She hit 13 doubles  and  eight  home  runs  as  a  sophomore  at  Lurleen  B.  Wallace  Community College  in  Alabama,  and  had  14  home  runs  in  her  JC career.  Senior Steph Graziani split time between second base and    left field last season, but is expected to be a full‐time infielder  this  season.  She’ll  be  Florida  Southern’s  leadoff  hitter  again  too,  after  she  finished  fourth  in  the  SSC  with  a  .452  on‐base  percentage.  She  hit  .370  with  six  doubles,  two  triples  and  10  RBI,  and  was  second  in  the  SSC  with  23  stolen  bases.  Most  of  those  steals  came in the second  half  of  the  season,  when  she  established  herself  as the league’s best  leadoff hitter.    At  shortstop,  sophomore Christie  Bailey  has  the  job  to  herself  this  year  after sharing it last  season  when  she  started  24  games.  She  really  settled  into  the  position  late  in  the  season,  making  just  one 

error in her last 11 starts, and it’s that kind of steady play the  Mocs are looking for in 2012.    The middle infield also includes freshman Marty Wilcox, a  4‐time  First  Team  All‐State  shortstop  in  West  Virginia  while  playing  for  Charleston  Catholic  High  School.  Wilcox  had  a  career batting average of .531, hit 18 home runs and stole 67  bases,  and  she’s  not  just  limited  to  one  position.  The  Mocs  could also use her at second base or in the outfield where she  played for her travel ball team in Florida. Sam Gale is another  possible  middle  infielder  if  she’s  not  pitching,  and  gives  the  Moccasins even more depth behind Bailey.    The Moccasins will be breaking in a new catcher this spring  in junior Devin Mathews, a mid‐year transfer who hit .352 with  five  home  runs  and  29  RBI  during  a  50‐game  junior  college  career.  An  all‐conference  pick  for  Chipola  College  in  2011,  Mathews  will  give  the  Moccasins  another  power  threat  they  didn’t have last year.    If  Mathews  isn’t  behind  the  plate,  the  Moccasins  have  several  other  players  who’ve  also  been  catchers  at  different  points  in  their  careers.  Gale  is  one  of  those,  and  handled  the  position very well when she hit over .500 during her final three  seasons  at  St.  Cloud  High  School.  Grimes  has  also  caught  for  both  Florida  Southern  in  2011,  and  Manatee  Community  College for two years prior to that.    In the outfield, Florida Southern has two returning  starters,  but  both  of  them  will  probably  be  moving  into  new  positions.  Sophomore  Khaliah  Brown  won  the  job  in  right  field  last  year  as  a  walk‐on,  but  is  expected  to  move  over  to  left.  That  means  senior  Karlyn  Scott,  who  took over as the left  fielder  in  early  March,  is  expected  to move into center.    Scott  proved  to  be  a  big  addition  to  the lineup, hitting .257  with 15 RBI and 13 steals. She started the final 36 games as the  #2  hitter  in  the  lineup,  and  filled  that  role  to  perfection.  Whether it was a bunt, a ground ball to move a runner over, a  key hit or a stolen base, Scott did it all. She’ll be asked to do the  same type of things again this year.  Brown  seemingly  came  out  of  nowhere  and  was  hitting    over  .300  for  most  of  the  season  before  a  rough  three‐week  stretch at the end of the year dropped her to .256. Much like  Derringer  in  the  pitcher’s  circle,  Brown’s  first  half  numbers  showed  what  she’s  capable  of  doing,  and  her  .313  batting  average against NCAA playoff teams was even more evidence.    Freshman  Dayna  Hunn,  a  2‐time  All‐State  selection  at  Williston  High  School  near  Gainesville,  is  looking  to  nail  down  the  right  field  position  after  leading  the  Red  Devils  to  three  straight district titles and a spot in Florida’s 3A state semifinals  5

 

 


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  as a junior. Hunn is capable of playing a multitude  of  positions,  including  catcher  and  third  base.  Her  biggest  season  came  in  2010,  when  she  hit .464 with seven homers and 32 RBI.    In  addition  to  Scott  and  Brown,  two  other  outfielders  also  return  for  the  Moccasins,  but  neither  has  seen  a  tremendous amount of playing time in the  field.  Senior  Brandy  Pikus  has,  however,  seen  a  lot  of  playing  time  in  other  spots,  most notably as the Moccasins’ top pinch‐ runner over the last three seasons. In that  role, Pikus has been placed in her share of  pressure  points,  and  with  74  games  under  her  belt,  she’s  an  experienced  player  the  Mocs  can  use  in  different  situations.  Sophomore  Kianna  Murphy  may  not  have  the  experience  yet  that  Pikus  has,  but  she  has a big bat and should benefit from a full  year  of  practice  that  she  didn’t  have  last  year as a freshman.    Freshman  Cassie  Haynes  joins  the  Moccasins  from  Allen  Park High School in Michigan where she helped the Jaguars win  three district titles and one region title just as Hunn did for her  high  school  team  in  Florida.  A  2‐time  all‐region  honoree,  Haynes  hit  .404  as  a  senior,  and  though  she  came  to  Florida  Southern as an outfielder, she may also see time at third base  behind Martin. 

 

Sophomore Allasyn Lieneck is a transfer who may be  a  newcomer  for  the  Moccasins,  but  she’s  already  had  one big year as a college softball player. Lieneck was  the  leading  hitter  for  Nichols  College,  a  Division  III  school  in  Massachusetts,  as  a  freshman,  and  was  also  an  all‐conference  outfielder  for  the  Bison.  After hitting .376 with 20 steals, she’s returned to  her  native  Florida  and  landed  a  spot  on  Florida  Southern’s  roster,  and  Bellotto  hopes  she’ll  play  as well for the Mocs as she did for Nichols.    When  the  Moccasins  take  the  field  in  February for their first game of the season, they’ll  do so knowing they were picked to finish fourth in  the Sunshine State Conference. That brings us back  to the Mayans and their own debatable predictions  for  2012.  If  they  were  so  good  at  seeing  into  the  future,  how  is  it  they  never  quite  figured  out  what  the  Conquistadors  were  up  to,  or  even  saw  them  coming in the first place? Maybe if they’d paid a little  more  attention  to  their  present,  things  would  have  played  out  differently.  There  might  be  a  lesson  there  too for anyone else predicting what might happen in 2012.    Whether the Mayans were right or wrong about the end of  the  world  will  have  to  wait  a  little  while  longer,  but  the  Moccasins’  own  future  will  be  decided  much  earlier.  That  means the predictions made in January won’t mean anything in  May,  when  they  hope  to  have  at  least  one  more  trophy  to  clutch, just in case the Mayans are right.    

2012 SSC Preseason Poll  With two pitchers back from a staff that  led  the  nation  in  ERA  last  year,  Rollins  College  was  picked  to  repeat  as  SSC  champion  in  2012.  The  vote  was  close  though,  as  Rollins  and  Tampa  each  picked  up  nine  first‐place  votes.  Rollins  returns  a  total  of  four  All‐SSC  players,  led  by  SSC  Pitcher‐of‐the‐Year  Hope  Bitzer.  Tampa  returns  three  All‐SSC  players,  including  All‐American  pitcher  Deanna  Henriott.  Florida  Southern,  which  has  won  a  record  24  conference  titles, was picked fourth.   

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School (1st place votes)  Pts.  Rollins (9) .................................. 183  Tampa (9) .................................. 179  Barry .......................................... 151  Florida Southern ....................... 122  Nova Southeastern ................... 100  Saint Leo.................................... 100  Florida Tech ................................. 67  Lynn ............................................. 46  Eckerd ......................................... 24 

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Team [1st place votes]  2011 Record  Points  Final ’11 Ranking  2011 NCAA Postseason Finish  Cal‐San Diego [16] .................... 45‐13 ................ 400 ....................... 1 ....................... National Champions  Alabama‐Huntsville .................. 48‐6‐1 ............... 382 ....................... 2 ....................... National runner‐up  North Georgia .......................... 53‐12 ................ 366 ....................... 4 ....................... National quarterfinals  Saginaw Valley State ................ 42‐18 ................ 313 ....................... 6 ....................... National semifinals  West Texas A&M ...................... 50‐18 ................ 303 ....................... 8 ....................... South Central Region 2nd place  Valdosta State .......................... 40‐12 ................ 282 ...................... 12 ...................... South Region semifinals  Indiana (PA) .............................. 38‐8 .................. 267 ....................... 7 ....................... National 7th‐place finish (tied)  Augustana (SD) ......................... 50‐11 ................ 262 ...................... 13 ...................... Central Region 2nd place  Lenoir‐Rhyne ............................ 45‐10 ................ 255 ...................... 10 ...................... Southeast Region 2nd place  C.W. Post .................................. 41‐16 ................ 234 ....................... 9 ....................... National 7th‐place finish (tied)  Rollins ....................................... 45‐4 .................. 223 ...................... 16 ...................... South Region 7th place (tied)  Arkansas‐Monticello ................ 46‐16 ................ 190 ...................... 24 ...................... South Region semifinals  Minnesota State‐Mankato ....... 54‐16 ................ 186 ....................... 5 ....................... National quarterfinals  Bloomsburg .............................. 33‐9 .................. 181 ...................... 11 ...................... Atlantic Region 2nd place  Cal State‐Chico ......................... 30‐19 ................ 161 ...................... ‐‐‐ ...................... West Region semifinals  Angelo State ............................. 45‐14 ................ 159 ...................... 21 ...................... South Central Region semifinals  Hawaii Pacific ........................... 38‐12 ................ 148 ...................... 19 ...................... West Region 5th place (tied)  Grand Valley State .................... 41‐16 ................ 146 ...................... 18 ...................... Midwest Region 2nd place  Tampa ...................................... 39‐9 .................. 128 ...................... 23 ...................... South Region 5th place (tied)  Midwestern State ..................... 54‐14 ................ 124 ....................... 3 ....................... National semifinals  Armstrong Atlantic ................... 31‐14 .................. 80 ...................... ‐‐‐ ...................... Southeast Region 5th place (tied)  West Virginia Wesleyan ........... 48‐8 .................... 74 ...................... 20 ...................... Atlantic Region semifinals  Missouri Western State ............ 40‐15 .................. 60 ...................... ‐‐‐ ...................... South Central 7th place (tied)  Colorado Mines ........................ 36‐24 .................. 58 ...................... ‐‐‐ ...................... Central Region 7th place (tied)  Merrimack ................................ 31‐23 .................. 52 ...................... 25 ...................... East Region 2nd place 

 

Receiving  votes:  Indianapolis,  Flagler  (FL),  Cal  State‐San  Bernardino,  Dowling  (NY),  Missouri  Southern  State,  Sonoma  State,  Kutztown (PA), Lewis (IL), Emporia State (KA), St. Mary’s (TX), Barry, Winona State (MN), Molloy (NY). 

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Head Coach Chris Bellotto Hutchinson with 84. In their 19 trips to the playoffs, the Moccasins have advanced at least as far as the region final 14 times, and only once have they been eliminated in two games. Bellotto’s coaching career began in 1979, when Florida Southern began softball as a club sport. That year, while still a student at the college, she led the Mocs to fifth place in the state tournament. In 1980, as a college senior, Bellotto’s team went 15-10, and her 1981 squad was 22-9 while competing with no scholarships against schools that offered as many as 15. One year later, Florida Southern became a full-fledged intercollegiate program and Bellotto guided the Moccasins to a 22-12 record overall and a perfect 16-0 mark in the Sunshine State Conference, which was sponsoring slow-pitch softball for the first time. Her first win came on March 17, 1982, when the Mocs defeated Saint Leo, 11-4. Florida Southern won the SSC title again in 1983 and ‘84 as well, going 16-0 in the conference during both of those seasons too, before the SSC moved to fastpitch competition in 1985. After two more conference titles in 1985 and ‘86, Bellotto took the Moccasins to the next level in 1987, as Florida Southern earned its first NCAA Tournament bid in softball. The Mocs won a then school-record 49 games that year and led the nation in scoring, fielding and winning percentage. They went 24-0 in conference play, and swept through the regional

The only head coach in the history of Florida Southern softball, Chris Bellotto is in her 31st season in charge of the Moccasins. As of 2012, she is one of only 20 softball coaches in any NCAA division with over 1,000 career wins, and one of 12 who are still active. That accomplishment is just one of many that earned her the highest individual honor a college softball coach can achieve when she was inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame on December 10, 2010. Bellotto’s career record of 1,151-378, and .753 winning percentage puts her among the best softball coaches in NCAA history. That record includes an 80-34 mark in three slow-pitch seasons (1982-84), and a 1,061-344 mark in fast-pitch competition. She ranks fourth in the D-II record book for fastpitch wins and among the top ten in winning percentage (.755). On the active list, only Frank Cheek of Humboldt State (CA) has more career wins at the Division II level, and Bellotto ranks 12th among active coaches in any NCAA division. Bellotto earned her 1,000th career win on March 16, 2007, when the Moccasins defeated Bryant University, 2-0, and two years later, on March 27, 2009, she picked up her 1,000th fastpitch victory when the Mocs won at Eckerd, 9-1. That made her the 14th coach in NCAA history to reach that milestone, and just the fifth in Division II. During her 30-year tenure at Florida Southern, the Moccasins have had just one losing season, while winning 30 or more games 23 times. They also have 17 seasons with 40 or more wins, and three seasons with at least 50. The Mocs have averaged better than 40 wins per year since 1987, and set a school record with 55 wins in both 2004 and 2006. With Bellotto guiding the team since its inception, Florida Southern has won more conference titles than any other Division II program, and made 19 trips to the NCAA Tournament. All of those postseason bids have come since 1987, and the Mocs have won more postseason games and NCAA regional titles than all but one other current Division II school. During her time at Florida Southern, the Moccasins have made three appearances in the national championship game (most recently in 2004) and are one of only two schools at any level to play in a national title game in each of the first three decades the NCAA has held a softball championship. Overall, Bellotto has won 24 conference titles (combining slow-pitch and fast-pitch), eight regional titles and one National Championship. That national title came in 1993 when Florida Southern went 45-11, came out of the loser’s bracket with backto-back shutouts after dropping their first game at the National Tournament, and closed things out with an 11-5 victory over Augustana (SD) that gave the school its first national championship in women’s athletics. Those 11 runs are still a DII championship game record. Florida Southern’s 19 NCAA playoff appearances under Bellotto are topped by only three other Division II programs (Bloomsburg with 29, Nebraska-Omaha with 24, and California (PA) with 20); and with over 100 NCAA postseason games to her credit, Bellotto has also led the Mocs to 61 playoff wins, a number surpassed by only former Bloomsburg coach Jan 8

 

 


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  Following their fourth straight SSC title in 2007, and a fourth-place finish at the national tournament, Bellotto had to replace seven senior starters, three of them AllAmericans, and all seven of them career record holders of one type or another. Even with that daunting task, Bellotto still had the Mocs in contention in 2008, as Florida Southern was among the top teams in the South Region all year with a 29-14 record. Along the way, they earned victories over seven different teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament, including two regional champions (Barry and LIU-C.W. Post) and two regional runners-up (Tampa and Wayne State of Michigan). Not surprisingly, Florida Southern followed that year with yet another conference championship in 2009, breaking the team home run record for the second time in four years, while the pitching staff again finished among the top 20 in the country in earned run average. Their 43-15 record included an 18-6 mark in conference play, and their improvement from sixth place to first place in the SSC standings was the greatest one-year turn-around in league history. That earned Bellotto SSC Coach-of-the-Year honors for the 15th time in her career. Those 15 SSC Coach-of-the-Year awards are by far the most for any softball coach in league history, and only current Tampa volleyball coach Chris Catanach has won as many coaching awards in any sport sponsored by the SSC. As a further highlight to her success, Bellotto was named the head coach on the SSC Silver Anniversary Team in 2007, and has compiled an incredible 571-135 record in conference play for an .809 winning percentage. The Moccasins remain the only SSC softball program to go undefeated through conference in any season, doing so seven times, including a pair of 24-0 records in 1987 and 1989.

tournament without allowing a run, before eventually losing in the National Championship Game to Cal StateNorthridge. Bellotto’s success continued throughout the remainder of the ‘80’s and into the ‘90’s as Florida Southern would go on to win 16 straight Sunshine State Conference fast-pitch titles from 1985-2000, and earn 14 consecutive NCAA bids from 1987-2000. At one point, from the middle of the 1985 season through the end of 1989, Florida Southern won 95 consecutive conference games, including 62 in shutout fashion. That 95-game winning streak is the longest for any team in any conference sport since the SSC was founded in 1975. When the new millennium began, the Moccasins kept doing the same things they’d always done, winning six more conference championships from 2000-09. That included four in a row from 2004-07, a 4-year stretch that saw Florida Southern go 200-42. During that time, the Moccasins won three South Region titles and went 22-10 during NCAA postseason play. The Mocs finished fourth in the national tournament in 2007, third in 2006, and were national runners-up in 2004, a year in which they had six freshmen in the starting lineup and only two seniors on the roster, but went 55-8. Those 55 wins were a new school record, and were also the most ever won by a Sunshine State Conference school. The 2006 team was among the best ever coached by Bellotto, as the Moccasins tied their 2-year old school record by again going 55-8, set a new school record with 49 regular season wins, captured their 22nd conference title, and won the South Region title en route to their third-place finish at the national tournament. The Mocs spent most of the season ranked in the NFCA top five, opened the year with 18 straight wins, and set school records for home runs and shutouts. The season culminated with a record-setting 13-2 win over AlabamaHuntsville in the South Region Championship Game, earning the Moccasins their seventh regional title and a seventh trip to the NCAA Division II National Tournament. The Moccasins went 2-2 in Salem, Virginia that year to finish third overall, giving them two third-place finishes, two runner-up finishes and one national championship under Bellotto.

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•CHRIS BELLOTTO, FLA. SOUTHERN •SOFTBALL

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•Chris Catanach, Tampa •Volleyball

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•George Samuel, Barry •Men's Tennis

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•Buck Dawson, Florida Southern •Men's Cross‐Country


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  With her induction into the NFCA Hall of Fame in 2010, along with Nebraska head coach Rhonda Revelle and Illinois State head coach Melinda Fischer, Bellotto has now earned similar honors in four different organizations. Her first was the Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame in February of 2000, followed two years later by her selection as a charter member to the Florida Southern College Athletic Hall of Fame. In June of 2005, she was inducted into the Polk County Sports Hall of Fame. Bellotto was also honored with the “Women in Sports” Achievement Award presented by Saint Leo University in February of 2001. A lifelong Lakeland resident, Bellotto graduated from Lakeland High School in 1974, and earned her A.A. degree from Polk Community College in 1977. She then graduated from Florida Southern College with her bachelor’s degree in 1980, and received her master’s degree from the University of South Florida in 1984. In addition to her role as head softball coach at Florida Southern, she has served two terms on the NCAA Division II South Region selection committee, and is also a faculty member in the school’s Physical Education Department.

At the regional level, Bellotto (or her staff) has been named the Coach-of-the-Year 10 times in her career, and twice she’s been selected as the NFCA Division II National Coach-of-theYear. She first won that award in 1989 when the Moccasins went 46-8 and finished third in the nation. The second time came following Florida Southern’s national championship in 1993. Individually, 26 different All-Americans have played for Bellotto, combining to win a total of 45 All-American awards, including 21 first-team selections. Among them are four-time All-Americans Kellie Robinson and Shelly Davis, and threetime winner Megan Brown. Both Robinson and Davis are members of the SSC Hall of Fame, as are Dori Stankewitz, Traci Wood, Julianne Coleman and the most recent inductee, Wanda Graham. Bellotto has also had 19 Academic AllAmericans, 91 All-South Region selections, and six players named the SSC Female Athlete-of-the-Year for all sports. When the league selected its Silver Anniversary Team in 2007, Bellotto was joined on that squad by 14 of her former players, the most of any team in the league.

In  1993,  Chris  Bellotto  led  Florida  Southern  to  the  NCAA  Division  II  National  Championship.  It’s  one  of  three  appearances  the  Moccasins  have made in the national title game, a number topped by only three  other programs.  Cal State‐Northridge (now D‐I)  7 (1982‐87, ’90)

Kennesaw State (now D‐I)  4 (1995, 1996, 2000, 2005)

Lock Haven  4 (1988, 2006, 2007, 2009)

FLORIDA SOUTHERN 3 (1987, 1993, 2004) Cal State‐Bakersfield (now D‐I)  3 (1988, 1989, 1990)

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1,100 Wins and Counting On  March  16,  2007,  Chris  Bellotto  became  just  the  tenth  coach in NCAA history at any level to win 1,000 games in her  career. That win total covers both slow‐pitch and fast‐pitch  competition.  With  the  NCAA  recognizing  only  fast‐pitch  competition,  Bellotto  officially  joined  the  1,000‐win  list  on  March  27,  2009,  when  the  Moccasins  defeated  Eckerd  College 9‐1 in St. Petersburg.   

Milestone Wins  #1  March 17, 1982  #100  April 13, 1985  #200  March 15, 1988  #300  April 1, 1990  #400  March 5, 1993  #500  March 22, 1995  #600  April 6, 1997  #700  May 3, 1999  #800  March 2, 2003  #900  March 8, 2005 

Opponent  Score    Location  Saint Leo  11‐4    Lakeland  Florida Tech  1‐0    Lakeland  Missouri‐St. Louis  1‐0    Lakeland  Barry  2‐1    Lakeland  *SIU‐Edwardsville  8‐2  (4)  Ocoee, FL  at Webber  14‐6    Frostproof, FL  at Florida Tech  5‐0    Melbourne, FL  Rollins  3‐1    Lakeland  *South Dakota State  3‐1    Kissimmee, FL  at Albany State  8‐0  (5)  Albany, GA 

#1,000 (March 16, 2007)  The  Moccasins  defeated  Bryant  University,  2‐0,  in  the  first game  of  the  Florida  Southern  Spring  Invitational  at  the  Christina  Softball  Complex.  Freshman  Heidi  Schumacher pitched  her  first  career  shutout,  allowing  just  two  hits,  striking  out  11  and  walking  one.  It  was  a  scoreless  game until  the  bottom  of  the  sixth  when  the  Mocs  got  a  leadoff double  from  Sarah  Kohlbrenner,  who  then  scored  during  a run‐down play on Jackie Leppla’s bunt. Angela Williams later singled in Leppla for the second run of the inning.  #1,100  May 9, 2009 

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Chris Bellotto Year-by-Year Year  1982  1983  1984  1985  1986  1987 

Record  22‐12  25‐9  33‐13  20‐8  34‐13  49‐6 

SSC  16‐0  16‐0  16‐0  15‐1  20‐0  24‐0 

1988  1989 

47‐6  46‐8 

20‐0  24‐0 

1990  1991  1992  1993 

42‐10  35‐11  41‐9  45‐11 

22‐2  20‐4  22‐2  23‐1 

1994  1995  1996 

40‐11  42‐9  47‐7 

24‐4  25‐3  26‐2 

1997 

45‐13 

24‐4 

1998  1999  2000  2001  2002  2003  2004 

44‐13  44‐12  46‐16  31‐17  18‐32  32‐18  55‐8 

21‐3  25‐3  23‐5  16‐12    8‐18  16‐10  19‐2 

2005  2006 

39‐11  55‐8 

18‐6  20‐4 

2007 

51‐15 

18‐6 

2008  2009  2010  2011 

29‐14  43‐15  26‐22  25‐21 

  9‐12  18‐6  10‐14  13‐11 

Finishes  SSC Champions  SSC Champions  SSC Champions  SSC Champions  SSC Champions  National Runner‐Up, Regional  Champions, SSC Champions  Regional Runner‐Up, SSC Champions  National Third Place, Regional  Champions, SSC Champions  Regional Runner‐Up, SSC Champions  Regional Runner‐Up, SSC co‐Champs  Regional Runner‐Up, SSC Champions  National Champions, Regional  Champions, SSC Champions  Regional Third Place, SSC co‐Champs  Regional Runner‐Up, SSC Champions  National Fifth Place, Regional  Champions, SSC Champions  National Fifth Place, Regional  Champions, SSC co‐Champions  Regional participants, SSC Champions  Regional participants, SSC Champions  Regional Runner‐Up, SSC Champions  SSC 4th place  SSC 7th place  SSC 3rd place  National Runner‐Up, Regional  Champions, SSC Champions  Regional Third Place, SSC Champions  National Third Place, Regional  Champions, SSC Champions  National Fourth Place, Regional  Champions, SSC Champions  SSC 6th place  Regional participants, SSC Champions  SSC 5th place  th SSC 4  place 

Did You Know? Considering she won 81 games in her career, it should come as no surprise that Dori Stankewitz is the only pitcher to earn two of Chris Bellotto’s milestone wins. The first one came in her freshman year (1985) when she threw a no-hitter against Florida Tech in the championship game of the SSC Tournament to give Bellotto career win #100. Two years later, her two-hit shutout gave the Mocs another 1-0 win over MissouriSt. Louis, and Bellotto her 200th career win.

 


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WINNINGEST NCAA DIVISION II COACHES (FAST-PITCH) WINNINGEST ALL-TIME DIVISION II COACHES (BY PERCENTAGE) (Min. 10 Years) Yrs. Record Pct. 1. Jan Hutchinson (Bloomsburg, ‘78-’10) ....................33 . 1,215-288-2 .. (.808) 2. *+Scott Whitlock (Kennesaw State, ‘91-11) .............21 .... 929-256 ..... (.784) 3. *Frank Cheek (Humboldt State, ‘89-’11) ..................23 . 1,076-312-2 .. (.775) 4. *Jeanne Tostenson-Scarpello (Neb.-Omaha, ‘00-‘11) .12 .... 539-163-1 .. (.767) 5. *Les Stuedeman (Alabama-Huntsville, ‘96-’11) .......16 .... 762-232-1 .. (.766) 6. *Vickee Kazee-Hollifield (Carson-Newman, ‘86-’11) . 26 .... 927-295-1 .. (.758) 7. *Chris Bellotto (Florida Southern, ‘85-’11) .........27 . 1,067-344...... (.756) 8. *Rick Bertagnolli (So. Carolina-Spartanburg, ‘92-’93; California, PA, ‘94-’11) .............................................20 .... 702-227 ..... (.756) 9. Dan Simmons (Nebraska-Kearney ‘88-’00) .............13 .... 442-145 ..... (.753) 10. *David Hanna (Coker, ‘92-’11) .................................20 .... 699-241-1 .. (.743)

WINNINGEST ALL-TIME ALL-DIVISION COACHES (PERCENTAGE) (Min. 10 Years) Yrs. Record Pct. 1. *John Tschida (St. Thomas, MN, ‘95-11) ............... 17...... 655-112 ...... (.854) 2. #Sue Enquist (UCLA, ‘89-’06) ................................ 18...... 887-175-1... (.835) 3. #Sharron Backus (UCLA, ‘75-’96) ......................... 22...... 854-173-3... (.831) 4. June Walker (College of New Jersey, ‘74-’95) ....... 22...... 721-154 ...... (.824) 5. *Mike Candrea (Arizona, ‘86-’03, ‘05-’07, ’09-‘11) . 24... 1,272-277-2 .. (.821) 6. *Margie Knight (Salisbury State, ‘97-’11) ............... 15...... 557-129-2... (.811) 7. *Jackson Vaughan (Linfield, ’02-’11) ..................... 10...... 368-86-1..... (.810) 8. Jan Hutchinson (Bloomsburg, ‘78-’10) ................... 33... 1,215-288-2 .. (.808) 9. *Stefni Lotief (Louisiana-Lafayette, ’01-’11) ........... 11...... 548-139 ...... (.798) 10. *Scott Whitlock (Kennesaw State, ‘91-’11) ............ 21...... 929-256 ...... (.784) 11. *Frank Cheek (Humboldt State, ‘89-’11) ................ 23... 1,076-312-2 .. (.775) 12. *Patrick Murphy (NW Missouri St., ’95; Alabama, ’98-’11) ................................................... 14...... 712-210 ...... (.772) 13. *Jeanne Tostenson-Scarpello (Neb.-Omaha, ‘00-‘11) 12...... 539-163-1... (.767) 14. *Les Stuedeman (Alabama-Huntsville, ‘96-’11) ..... 16...... 762-232-1... (.766) 15. *John Byrne (Moravian, ’94-’11) ............................ 18...... 581-183 ...... (.760) 16. *Henry Christowski (Simpson, ‘96-’11) .................. 16...... 508-160-2... (.760) 17. *Vickee Kazee-Hollifield (Carson-Newman, ‘86-’11). 26...... 927-295-1... (.758) 18. *Chris Bellotto (Florida Southern, ‘85-’11) ........ 27... 1,067-344 ...... (.756) 19. *Rick Bertagnolli (So. Carolina-Spartanburg, ‘92-’93; California, PA, ‘94-’11) ........................................... 20...... 702-227 ...... (.756) 20. Yvette Girouard (Louisiana-Lafayette ‘81-‘00; Louisiana State, ‘01-‘11) ........................................ 31.. 1,285-421-1 ... (.753)

WINNINGEST ALL-TIME DIVISION II COACHES (BY WINS) (Min. 10 Years as Division II Head Coach) Yrs. Record Pct. 1. Jan Hutchinson (Bloomsburg, ‘78-’10) ....................33 . 1,215-288-2 .. (.808) 2. *+Kathy Welter (Oklahoma Baptist, ‘80-’82; Texas Tech, ‘83-’85; Cal St.-Bakersfield, ‘86-’11) ...32 . 1,129-573-7 .. (.663) 3. *Frank Cheek (Humboldt State, ‘89-’11) ..................23 . 1,076-312-2 .. (.775) 4. *Chris Bellotto (Florida Southern, ‘85-’11) .........27 . 1,067-344...... (.756) 5. Sandy Jerstad (Augustana-SD, ‘77-’03) ..................27 . 1,011-359-2 .. (.738) 6. *Gary Bryce (Wayne State, MI ‘82-’11)....................30 . 1,007-615-7 .. (.620) 7. Judy Groff (American International, ‘69-’11) ............43 .... 973-630-5 .. (.607) 8. *George DiMatteo (Lewis, ’84-’11)...........................28 .... 947-473-6 .. (.666) 9. *+Scott Whitlock (Kennesaw State, ‘91-’11) ............21 .... 929-256 ..... (.784) 10. *Vickee Kazee-Hollifield (Carson-Newman, ‘86-’11) . 26 .... 927-295-1 .. (.758)

WINNINGEST ALL-TIME ALL-DIVISION COACHES (BY WINS) (Min. 10 Years) Yrs. Record Pct. 1. *Margie Wright (Illinois State ‘80-‘85; Fresno State ‘86-‘11).............................................. 32.. 1,421-519-3 ... (.732) 2. Yvette Girouard (Louisiana-Lafayette ‘81-‘00; Louisiana State, ‘01-‘11) ........................................ 31.. 1,285-421-1 ... (.753) 3. *Mike Candrea (Arizona, ‘86-’03, ‘05-’07, ’09-‘11) . 24.. 1,272-277-2 ... (.821) 4. Gayle Blevins (Indiana ‘80-’87; Iowa ‘88-’10)......... 31.. 1,245-588-5 ... (.679) 5. *Carol Hutchins (Ferris State, ‘82; Michigan, ‘85-’11) ................................................... 28.. 1,232-418-4 ... (.746) 6. Jan Hutchinson (Bloomsburg, ‘78-’10) ................... 33.. 1,215-288-2 ... (.808) 7. JoAnne Graf (Florida State, ‘84-’08) ...................... 25.. 1,218-425-6 ... (.740) t8. *Elaine Sortino (Massachusetts, ‘80-’10) ............... 32.. 1,129-470-6 ... (.705) Kathy Welter (Oklahoma Baptist, ‘80-’82; Texas Tech, ‘83-’85; Cal St.-Bakersfield, ‘86-’11).. 32.. 1,129-573-7 ... (.663) 10. *Eugene Lenti (DePaul, ‘80-’87, ‘90-’11)................ 30.. 1,102-527-6 ... (.676) 11. *Frank Cheek (Humboldt State, ‘89-’10) ................ 23.. 1,076-312-2 ... (.775) 12. *Chris Bellotto (Florida Southern, ‘85-’11) ........ 27.. 1,067-344....... (.756) 13. *Joyce Compton (Missouri, ‘83-’86; South Carolina, ‘87-’10) ......................................... 28.. 1,066-563-3 ... (.654) 14. *Diane Ninemire (California, ’88-’11) ..................... 24.. 1,059-509....... (.675) 15. *Margo Jonker (Central Michigan, ’80-’11) ............ 32.. 1,039-620-5 ... (.626)

ALL-TIME DIVISION II POSTSEASON WINS School Record Pct. Appearances (Last) Bloomsburg (PA) 87-60 .596 29 (2011) Florida Southern 61-41 .598 19 (2009) Humboldt State (CA) 53-37 .589 19 (2009) *Kennesaw State (GA) 52-22 .703 10 (2005) Nebraska-Omaha 49-47 .510 24 (2011) California (PA) 47-39 .547 20 (2011) *Cal State-Bakersfield 45-30 .600 16 (2006) *Cal State-Northridge 45-12 .789 9 (1990) ALL-TIME DIVISION II POSTSEASON APPEARANCES School App. (Last) Record Best Finish Bloomsburg (PA) 29 (2011) 87-60 2nd (1991 & 1995) Nebraska-Omaha 24 (2011) 49-47 1st (2001) California (PA) 20 (2011) 47-39 1st (1997 & 1998) Florida Southern 19 (2009) 61-41 1st (1993) Humboldt State (CA) 19 (2009) 53-37 1st (1999 & 2008) Augustana (SD) 19 (2011) 43-38 1st (1991) *Cal State-Bakersfield 16 (2006) 45-30 1st (1988, 1989 & 1990) Wayne State (MI) 16 (2010) 19-34 t-7th (2003 & 2010) Barry 15 (2011) 31-30 2nd (1998) Long Island-C.W. Post 15 (2011) 29-29 t-7th (2007, 2008 & 2011) *now Division I schools

*Active Coach (Note: NCAA does not recognize 4 FSC forfeit victories in 1994) #Sue Enquist and Sharron Backus served as co-head coaches from 1989-96 +Kennesaw State completed re-classification process in 2009, and played its first season as a full-fledged Division I school in 2010 12

 

 


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Assistant Coach Michelle Tatlock Now in her second year as assistant coach is Michelle Tatlock, a former Florida Southern player who started 214 games for the Moccasins from 2005-08. The 2012 season is her fourth as a college coach after she previously served two years as an assistant at Hillsdale College in Michigan under Jamie Meyers. Tatlock originally came to Florida Southern from Osceola High School in Seminole, Florida as a second baseman, joining a team in the fall of 2004 that had lost only two starters from the previous season and was coming off a national runner-up finish. She stepped right into the lineup though, and started every game her freshman year, hitting .273 overall, and .301 over the final three months of the season. She hit three home runs, and her 30 RBI ranked second in the SSC among freshmen. As a sophomore, Tatlock moved to the outfield full-time and again started every game for a team that finished third at the NCAA Division II National Tournament. Tatlock was a major part of that, hitting .311 with two home runs, 38 RBI and 11 stolen bases. Her RBI total was good for third in the SSC among outfielders and ranked eighth overall. She was also second in the SSC that year with seven triples. After hitting .298 as a junior when the Moccasins again advanced to the national tournament, Tatlock finished her playing days at Florida Southern with a career-best .331 average as a senior in 2008. She also led the team and was third in the conference with 18 stolen bases (getting caught only once), and was second on the team with 49 hits and 30 runs scored. She hit .338 in the Mocs’ 20 games against teams that qualified for the NCAA Tournament, the best average on the team. Tatlock’s 4-year numbers at Florida Southern include a .304 batting average, 190 hits, 133 runs scored, seven home runs and 109 RBI in 214 career games. She graduated tied for fourth in team history with 18 triples and was 40-for-45 on career stolen base attempts. Though she spent the majority of her career in the outfield, she also saw time as a pitcher for the Moccasins in 2007. While Tatlock had an impressive playing career at Florida Southern, her accomplishments in the postseason were even more noteworthy. Her .323 lifetime batting average in the NCAA playoffs ranks fifth in team history and her 13 RBI ranks third. As a sophomore in 2006, she was named to the All-South Region Tournament Team after going five-for-13 with a team-high seven RBI, and then drove in the winning run with a 2-out single in the 11th inning to beat Emporia State 1-0 in the second round of the national tournament. The following year in 2007, she was Florida Southern’s leading hitter in the NCAA playoffs with a .381 batting average, and went four-for-10 with a home run and two RBI in the national tournament. After graduating in the spring of 2008 with a degree in finance, Tatlock continued her playing career that summer in National Pro Fastpitch with the Philadelphia Force. She then joined the coaching staff at Hillsdale College, a position she held until the summer of 2010 when she returned to Florida Southern.

Assistant Coach Al Bellotto Al Bellotto, who is the younger brother of head coach Chris Bellotto, has been a member of the Florida Southern softball staff for 21 years, covering two different periods. During his coaching career, he’s helped the Moccasins win 15 Sunshine State Conference championships and five South Region titles. The most recent regional championship came in 2007, when the Moccasins went 5115, and finished fourth at the Division II National Tournament. Those accomplishments made Bellotto part of the 2007 NFCA South Region Coaching Staff-of-the-Year. Bellotto was also a member of the 1993 national championship team and much of the Mocs’ success at the plate that year was attributed to his work with the hitters. The Moccasins hit .371 that year, a school record at the time, but one which they broke just two years later with a .376 average. That mark still stands in the Florida Southern record book. Since returning to staff in 2007, Bellotto has seen the Moccasins hit .310 over the last five years, and finish with at least two of the top 10 individual hitters in the Sunshine State Conference in each of those seasons. The 2009 Moccasins set a school record for home runs, the same year Bellotto was credited with the mid-season turn-around of centerfielder Dani Blake, who the Mocs switched from a right-handed hitter to a lefthanded slapper in March. Hitting just .122 at the time of the switch, Blake hit .319 afterwards, and .340 over the final 20 games. She was one of three Florida Southern players to hit over .350 in 2011, a group that also included Brittany Martin, the second different Moccasin to hit well over .400 in the last five years, and Steph Graziani, whose .370 average was the best in the SSC among all leadoff hitters. A former member of the Florida Southern baseball team, Bellotto was an outfielder and catcher for the Moccasins, and prior to that was an All-State selection in both baseball and football at Lakeland High School, one of the top football programs in the country. 13

 

 


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WHY ARE WE PROUD TO BE A DIVISION II SCHOOL? Graduation Rate Our student-athlete graduation rate is consistently 10 to 15 percentage points higher than the total student body.

Class Time Our regionalization philosophy rewards the scheduling of local or regional opponents in the regular season resulting in limited missed class time for our studentathletes.

Athletics Scholarships Many of our student-athletes receive athletics scholarships and other forms of financial aid to pay for school.

Personal Attention Our student-athletes receive a quality education and our institutions often feature an exceptional teacher-to-student ratio.

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#12 – Christine Clark Naples, FL Barron Collier HS Senior • Pitcher/First Base 5-08 • Bats L, Throws L

2011  (Jr.):  Team  MVP,  2‐time  Sunshine  State  Conference  Pitcher‐of‐the‐Week  (Apr.  25  and  May  2),  SSC  Commissioner’s Honor Roll  2010  (Soph):  Team  MVP,  Second  Team  All‐SSC  (utility  player), SSC Pitcher‐of‐the‐Week (Feb. 8)  2009  (Fr.):  Second  Team  All‐SSC  (pitcher),  NFCA  Scholar‐ Athlete, SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll  

Only the second left‐handed pitcher in the program’s 31‐year history… Begins her senior year in sixth place on the team’s career list  for pitching appearances (93)… One of only three players in team history with two multi‐home run games in her career (Susan Young  did it twice in 1985, and Brittany Martin did it twice in 2011).    Junior season highlights (2011)   Started 39 of 46 games, with 32 coming as a pitcher, three strictly as a the DP, and one at first base   Led Florida Southern in nearly every pitching category, including wins (22), ERA (1.89) and strikeouts (120)   Led the SSC in innings pitched (203.1) and appearances (36), was second in wins, ninth in ERA, seventh in strikeouts, tied for  fourth in shutouts (6) and fourth in complete games (21)   Also led the SSC in fewest walks per 7 innings for the second year in a row, and ranked 15th in the country (0.93)   Threw Florida Southern’s first perfect game in eight years, and the first 7‐inning perfect game in 13 years when she beat  Florida Tech 1‐0, striking out four (Apr. 21)   Retired the first 13 batters she faced in her next game, finished with a 2‐hit shutout, and faced only one batter over the  minimum in a 4‐0 win over Florida Tech (Apr. 22)   Won every game in the Eckerd series, and the Florida Tech series, making her the only Florida Southern pitcher to ever win  all three games of a conference series since that schedule was adopted in 2004   Tossed a 1‐hit shutout in a 6‐0 win over New Haven (Mar. 15)   Pitched a 12‐inning complete game to beat Nova Southeastern 3‐2 (Apr. 28)   Went 13‐6 with a 1.57 ERA in conference play, accounting for all 13 of the Moccasins SSC wins in 2011   Had a career‐high nine strikeouts, but lost to Dowling 3‐2 without allowing an earned run on only three hits (Mar. 23)   Had an 8‐game winning streak from March 9‐22, and ended the year on a 5‐game winning streak   Had nine multi‐hit games with a season‐high three hits at Warner (Mar. 9) and at Eckerd (Mar. 19), and normally hit fifth or  sixth in the lineup   Went 7‐for‐9 with two doubles, a home run and six RBI in 3‐game sweep of Eckerd, with a season‐high four RBI in the final  game of that series (Mar. 19)… In her career against Eckerd, is 14‐for‐21 with four doubles, three home runs and 15 RBI  Sophomore season highlights (2010)   Started 43 of the team’s 48 games, splitting them between four different positions (18‐P, 12‐CF, nine‐1B, four‐DP)   Second on the team in wins (10), ERA (2.18) and strikeouts (58), and first in innings pitched (125.0)   Led the SSC in fewest walks per 7 innings (0.78), and was one of only three pitchers to average less than one walk per game  (issued more than one walk only once in her 18 starts, and had just three walks in her final 59.2 innings)   Both of her complete game shutouts came in SSC play, against Eckerd (Mar. 27) and at Lynn (Apr. 10)   Pitched a 9‐inning complete game to beat Saint Leo 5‐2 (Apr. 13)   Notched her only save in the 5‐4 win over Rollins (Mar. 24), getting the final two outs of the game   Had a season‐high five strikeouts against Dominican (Mar. 1) and Lynn (Apr. 10)   Third on the team in batting average (.333) and RBI (20), second in home runs (3), extra base hits (12) and slugging (.488)   Tied a school record for the second year in a row with two home runs in one game, hitting a pair of solo shots in 11‐1 win at  West Georgia (Mar. 7)   Hit .447 (17‐for‐38) in the Mocs’ 15 games against NCAA playoff teams, the best average on the team   Hit .441 (15‐for‐34) with nine RBI over the final nine games of the season… Included in that was a 3‐game series at Saint Leo  where she went 5‐for‐12 with six RBI (Apr. 13‐14)   Had 14 multi‐hit games with a career‐high four hits coming in a 6‐3, 10‐inning win at Palm Beach Atlantic (Apr. 17)   Also had three hits in the first game of that doubleheader, going 7‐for‐9 in the two‐game sweep   Had two different games with three RBI, one of them the 5‐4 win at Palm Beach Atlantic in game two of the DH (Apr. 17)      16

 

 


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Freshman season highlights (2009)   Second on the team with 14 wins, and one of three Moccasin pitchers with at least 12   Seventh in the SSC in ERA (1.78), ninth in wins (14), & tied for second in saves (3), all the best in the league among freshmen   Third in the SSC with 1.04 walks per seven innings, before she was first as a sophomore and first as a junior   Began her career with 17 consecutive scoreless innings, all in relief   Broke Morgan Brown’s one‐year old school record for relief appearances with 17   Went 9‐0 with a 1.43 ERA in conference play, only the third freshman in team history with a perfect conference record   Picked up her first two wins in a relief role vs. Nova Southeastern (Mar. 2‐3)   Tossed a 3‐hit shutout in the Mocs’ 6‐0, SSC title‐clinching win at Tampa in the final game of the regular season (Apr. 25)   Also pitched a complete game shutout at Barry, allowing five hits, striking out five and walking one in a 5‐0 win (Apr. 4)   Went 6‐0 with one save and a 0.72 ERA in April, earning six of the Mocs’ nine conference wins during that month   Biggest non‐conference win came against 2nd‐ranked Alabama‐Huntsville when she pitched the final 2.2 innings in relief to  earn a 6‐5 victory (Mar. 21), and earned a total of five wins over four teams that qualified for the South Region Tournament  (Nova SE, Alabama‐Huntsville, Rollins and Tampa)   Started two games in the NCAA Division II South Regional at Valdosta   Had a season‐high seven strikeouts in 4‐1 win vs. Palm Beach Atlantic (Mar. 25)   Also started five games at first base and one as the DP   Tied a team record with two home runs in a game when she went three‐ for‐three  with  five  RBI  in  a  10‐2  win  at  Eckerd,  and  had  nine  total  bases in that game, one short of another school record (Mar. 28)  In high school… 2008 graduate of Barron Collier High School where she  played  four  years  for  coach  Tom  Resop…  Class  5A  Third  Team  All‐ State  as  a  junior  when  she  hit  .434  with  nine  doubles,  four  triples, five home runs and 35 RBI, while also going 9‐5 with a  1.10 ERA, and 106 strikeouts in 92.2 innings… Led team to 24‐ 8  record  and  a  spot  in  the  region  semifinals…  Hit  .398  as  a  senior with five doubles, two triples, three homers and 26 RBI…  12‐6  with  a  1.20  ERA  and  95  strikeouts  in  93  innings  as  a  senior…  Led the Cougars to a 24‐9 record as well as the district title… Over  her  last  two  high  school  seasons,  walked  just  27  batters  in  185.2  innings, an average of 1.0 per game… Played travel ball three years  for the Tropic Wave, coached by Mike Morgan… Personal… Daughter  of  Ed  and  Kris  Clark…  Has  a  twin  sister  (Colleen)  and  an  older  sister  (Lindsey‐24)… Born 4/7/90… Advertising and Public Relations major.  

DID YOU KNOW?...  Christine Clark earned 22 of Florida Southern’s 25 wins in 2011, the highest  percentage  for  any  pitcher  in  team  history.  It  was  also  the  fourth  highest  percentage in Division II last year among pitchers with at least 20 wins.   

.926 (25-of-27) ........... Stefanie Rossman, Charleston (WV) .923 (36-of-39) ........... Mary Shealy, Carson-Newman .882 (30-of-34) ........... Torie Bunzell, Quincy .880 (22-for-25) ......... Christine Clark, Florida Southern .811 (30-of-37) ........... Katie Goetzinger, Wayne State (NE) YR  ’09  ’10  ’11      YR  ’09  ’10  ’11   

W‐L  14‐4  10‐11  22‐12  46‐27  GP  GS  47  21  45  43  41  39  133  103 

ERA  APP  1.78   32  2.18  25  1.89  36  1.94  93 

GS  15  18  32  65 

AVG  AB  R  .172  29  3  .333  129  15  .298  121  11  .301  279  29 

CG  9  8  21  38 

SH  2  2  6  10 

SV  3  1  1  5 

IP  134.0  125.0  203.1  462.1 

H  R  ER  122  43  34  137  69  39  198  82  55  457  194  128 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  TB  5  6  0  0  2  11  43  20  7  2  3  63  36  15  6  1  1  47  84  41  13  3  6  121 

SLG  BB  HB  .379  1  0  .488  5  0  .388  5  0  .434  11  0  17

 

 

BB  SO  20  93  14  58  27  120  61  271  SO  8  14  11  33 

OB%  .200  .356  .323  .325 

HR  5  5  6  16 

WP  HBP  5  5  8  8  3  4  16  17 

SF  SH  0  1  1  4  1  0  2  5 

SB‐AT  0‐0  0‐0  0‐0  0‐0 

AB  516  526  796  1838 

OPP BA  .236  .260  .249  .249 

PO  A  58  28  70  53  15  35  143  116 

E  FLD%  3  .966  2  .984  5  .909  10  .963 


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  STEPH’S AWARDS AND HONORS 

#7 – Steph Graziani New Castle, PA Neshannock HS/Iowa Central CC Senior • Second Base 5-01 • Bats L, Throws R

2010  (Sophomore  year  at  Iowa  Central  CC):  NFCA  First Team All‐American, NJCAA First Team All‐ Region XI  2009  (Freshman  year  at  Iowa  Central  CC):  NJCAA  Second Team All‐Region XI 

Returning starter at second base, but also started several games in the outfield after an All‐American junior college career at Iowa  Central Community College in Fort Dodge, Iowa… Helped the Tritons to back‐to‐back 50‐win seasons… One of two players on the  roster from Iowa Central, coming to Florida Southern with Brittany Martin… Finished her junior college career with a .408 batting  average, 147 hits, three homers, 48 RBI, and 88 stolen bases in two years playing for coach Rick Sandquist… Member of Phi Theta  Kappa Honor Society at Iowa Central.    Junior season highlights (2011)   Started all but two games in her first season at Florida Southern with 27 starts at second base and 17 in left field   Hit leadoff in all 44 of her games played, and had the highest batting average in the SSC among all regular leadoff batters   Led Florida Southern in at‐bats (146) and stolen bases (23), and was tied for the team lead in runs scored (32) with former  junior college teammate Brittany Martin   Second on the team in hits (54), batting average (.370) and on‐base percentage (.452), trailing only Brittany Martin in each  of those categories   Finished eighth in the SSC in batting, and fourth in on‐base percentage   Hit .324 with a .429 on‐base percentage and 12 steals in conference play   Tied for second in the league with her 23 steals, just one behind SSC leader Rachel Talenfeld of Nova Southeastern   Reached base leading off a game 48 percent of the time (13 hits, four walks, and four HBPs)   Drew 11 walks and was hit by a pitch a team‐high 11 times, giving her a total of 22 free passes for the season   Got hit twice in one game in back‐to‐back games vs. Nova Southeastern (Apr. 28‐29), and was hit six times in the last six  games of the season   Led off the bottom of the 12th with a single and scored the winning run in Florida Southern’s only extra‐inning win of the  season, a 3‐2 victory over Nova Southeastern (Apr. 28)   Doubled in the tying run in the bottom of the seventh, the following day against Nova, sending that game to extra innings  (Apr. 29)   Successful on 15 of her last 16 stolen base attempts   Twice stole three bases in one game (March 15 vs. Franklin Pierce, and April 2 vs. Lynn)   Second on the team with 15 multi‐hit games, and had three hits in four of them   Had a season‐high 8‐game hitting streak from March 12‐22, and hit safely in 15 of 16 games from Feb. 23‐March 22   Only player on the team to have a game with two doubles (March 4 vs. Georgia Southwestern), and a game with two triples  (March 9 at Warner), and did it in back‐to‐back games  Sophomore season highlights from Iowa Central Community College (2010)   Helped the Tritons to a 55‐10 record and a second‐place finish in the Region XI Tournament where they were ranked #9 in  the NJCAA Division II national poll   Hit leadoff for the Tritons in all 58 games she started and batted .429 with a school‐record 76 runs scored… Second on the  team in batting average to current Florida Southern teammate Brittany Martin   Also set a school record by getting hit by a pitch 11 times, walked 21 times, and had a team‐best .514 on‐base percentage  (struck out just seven times in 216 plate appearances   Led the team with a .508 batting average with runners in scoring position   Hit five doubles, three triples, and three home runs, had 31 RBI, and stole 42 bases in 45 attempts   Had a team‐high 24 multi‐hit games, including eight games with three hits   Had  a  career‐high  five  RBI  in  a  19‐0  win  at  Ellsworth,  a  game  where  she  hit  a  grand  slam  (Florida  Southern  teammate  Brittany Martin also hit a grand slam as part of the same 15‐run, third inning)   Broke a scoreless tie with a 2‐run homer in the top of the fifth against Kirkwood in the regional tournament, sending Iowa  Central into the championship round with a 2‐0 win… Followed that with an RBI single that gave them a 1‐0 win over Iowa  Lakes the next day   Committed only six errors in the field in 143 chances for a .958 fielding percentage  18

 

 


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Freshman season highlights from Iowa Central Community College (2009)   Helped the Tritons go 62‐8 in 2009, and finish fifth at the NJCAA Division  II National Tournament   Started 58 games and hit .386 with five doubles, six triples and 17 RBI,  and 55 runs scored   Spent much of the season batting sixth, but also hit in the #2  and leadoff slots late in the season   Second  on  the  team  with  23  walks,  giving  her  a  .463  on‐ base  percentage,  and  was  second  on  the  team  with  44  steals in 47 attempts   Upped her batting average to .412 in conference play   Hit  .357  (five‐for‐14)  at  the  national  tournament,  and  .400  (12‐for‐30) overall in postseason play   Had  17  multi‐hit  games,  including  two  games  with  a  career‐ high four hits  In high school… 2008 graduate of Neshannock High School in New  Castle,  Pennsylvania  where  she  played  both  softball  and  soccer…  Named to the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League  All‐Section Team as a sophomore, junior and senior… 3‐time winner  of  Neshannock  High  School’s  Service  Award…  Played  travel  ball  for  the  Rampage,  Pittsburgh  Spirit,  and  the  North  Carolina  Lady  Lightning…  Personal…  Daughter  of  Jim  and  Mary  Graziani…  Has  one  older  sister  (Jess‐27)  and  one  younger  sister  (Jamie‐16)…  Born  11/26/89… Human Movement & Performance Major. 

DID YOU KNOW?...  On March 9 last year at Warner, Steph Graziani became the first Moccasin to hit two triples in  one game since current assistant coach Michelle Tatlock did it in 2007. However, Graziani is only  the fourth Moccasin in the last 12 years to have a multi‐double game and a multi‐triple game in  the  same  season,  and  the  only  one  in  team  history  to  do  that  in  back‐to‐back  games.  No  Moccasin has ever had games with two or more doubles, two or more triples, and two or more  home runs in the same season.   

Moccasins With a Multi‐Double Game and Multi‐Triple Game in the Same Season  Wanda Graham 1991  2 doubles at Florida Tech (4/7), 2 triples vs. Eckerd (5/2)  Chrissy Teresi, 1992  2 doubles in two games, 2 triples vs. Indianapolis (3/1)  Shelly Davis, 1993  2 doubles at Saint Leo (2/21), 2 triples vs. Rollins (4/14)  April Elston, 1999  2 doubles vs. Maine (3/3), 2 triples vs. Lynn (3/5)  Autumn Lynch, 1999  2 doubles at Lynn (4/11), 2 triples vs. Valdosta State (2/26)  Stephanie Huber, 2004  2 doubles in two games, 2 triples vs. Ashland (3/12)  Sarah Kohlbrenner, 2005  2 doubles at West Georgia (3/6), 2 triples vs. Nova SE (4/8)  Ashley Alpizar, 2006  2 doubles vs. Webber (4/20), 2 triples vs. Palm Bch. Atlantic (2/11)  Steph Graziani, 2011  2 doubles vs. Georgia SW (3/9), 2 triples at Warner (3/4)

YR  GP  GS  AVG  AB  R  ’11  44  44  .370  146  32    44  44  .370  146  32 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  54  10  6  2  0  54  10  6  2  0 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  64  .438  11  11  64  .438  11  11  19

 

 

SO  OB%  15  .452  15  .452 

SF  SH  0  3  0  3 

SB‐AT  23‐30  23‐30 

PO  81  81 

A  53  53 

E  FLD%  10  .931  10  .931 


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide 

#4 – Randi Grimes Lakeland, FL McKeel Acad./State Coll. Of Florida-Manatee Senior • First Base/Catcher 5-09 • Bats L, Throws R

RANDI’S AWARDS & HONORS  2011  (Jr.):  First  Team  All‐Sunshine  State  Conference as a designated player  2010  (Sophomore  year  at  Manatee):  First Team All‐Suncoast Conference  2009  (Freshman  year  at  Manatee):  First  Team All‐Suncoast Conference 

Returning starter who spent most of her first year with the Moccasins as the team’s designated player… Gave Florida Southern the  league’s First Team designated player for the sixth year in a row… Can play first base, catcher or the outfield, and saw time at all  three positions last year… Spent two years at the State College of Florida‐Manatee (formerly Manatee Community College) where  she hit .320 in her junior college career for coach Meredith Headings.    Junior season highlights (2011)   Started just one of the first five games, but went on to win First Team All‐Sunshine State Conference honors (second non‐ pitcher in team history to be All‐SSC after not starting the opening game of the season: Bethany Boomer did the same in  2010 as a designated player)   Started a total of 36 games at three different positions (30‐DP, five‐RF, one‐1B)   Normally hit fifth or sixth in the lineup   Made her one start at first base against New Haven, and had a team season‐high 14 putouts, representing half of her total  for the year   Fourth on the team in batting (.325), but third in on‐base percentage (.431)… Second on the team with 28 RBI, all but two of  them coming in the final 35 games   Third on the team with nine doubles, and hit two of the team’s seven triples, tied with Steph Graziani   Batted .380 with runners‐in‐scoring position (19‐for‐50), the second best average on the team behind the graduated Peggy  Alex, who hit .391… Hit .414 (12‐for‐29) with two out and runners‐in‐scoring position   Had a .450 batting average with two strikes on her (9‐for‐20 with a HBP)   Went 1‐for‐3 with two RBI as a pinch‐hitter before moving into the starting lineup fulltime in mid‐March   Hit .311 with four doubles, one triple and 15 RBI in her 21 conference games (did not play in the Saint Leo series)   Drove in the only run of the game with a 2‐out RBI single against Florida Tech, helping Christine Clark win her perfect game  by the score of 1‐0 (Apr. 21)   In Florida Southern’s other 1‐0 win vs. Warner, doubled and scored the only run of that game in the bottom of the second  (March 22)   Had 11 multi‐hit games, and went 3‐for‐4 in wins over New Haven (March 15) and Webber International (Apr. 6)   Had at least one multi‐hit game in six of the seven conference series she played (went 2‐for‐7 against Rollins, but started  only two of the three games)   Best conference series came at Barry when she went 5‐for‐11 with two RBI… Went 4‐for‐12 with five RBI in a 3‐game sweep  at Eckerd   Also had a career‐high four RBI in the 6‐0 win over New Haven in Clermont, one of two games where she hit in the #3 slot,  and drove in at least one run with all three of her hits in that game… Had two other games with three RBI   Had a season‐best 7‐game hitting streak from March 15‐23  Sophomore season highlights from the State College of Florida‐Manatee (2010)   Team captain who helped the Manatees to a 30‐22‐1 record, the Suncoast Conference championship, and a second‐place  finish in the Gulf Division of the FCCAA State Tournament   Was First Team All‐Suncoast Conference for the second year in a row, and won the team’s Consistency and Power Awards   Hit .335 with a team‐leading 17 doubles, two triples, four home runs and 29 RBI… Also went 8‐for‐8 on stolen bases, and  walked 10 times for a .353 on‐base percentage   Second on the team with 23 extra base hits and had a .537 slugging percentage   Hit two of her four home runs in the state tournament   

 

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Freshman season highlights from the State College of Florida‐Manatee (2009)   Helped the Manatees to a 29‐26 overall record, a spot in the FCCAA State Tournament, and a  13‐7 mark in the Suncoast Conference, just one game behind co‐champions Polk and St.  Petersburg College   Hit .305 with seven doubles, one home run and 26 RBI as a first team all‐ conference infielder… Led the team in at‐bats and was tied for second  with 50 hits   One of four players on the team to have between 26 and 28 RBI   Walked 11 times and was hit once for a .343 on‐base percentage  In  high  school…  2008  graduate  of  McKeel  Academy  in  Lakeland…  Played  softball  for  coach  Larry  Harvey  and  also  played  four  years  of  volleyball for Dana Charleton… Helped McKeel win the 2005 Class 3A  state  title  and  played  in  three  state  tournaments  during  her  high  school career… As a senior at McKeel, hit .438 with 31 RBI, leading  the  Wildcats  to  the  Class  3A  state  championship  game…  Named  a  winner  of  the  Marines  Honor,  Courage,  Commitment  Award  as  a  senior…  Also  won  Coach’s  Award  and  Leadership  Award…  Has  several  former  teammates  now  playing  in  college,  including  Ashlyn  Parmerter at Florida Atlantic, Janine Richardson at South Florida and  Maureen  Sandidge  at  Wingate…  Personal…  Daughter  of  David  and  Melannie  Grimes…  Has  one  older  sister  (Franki‐22)…  Mother  previously served as Florida Southern’s pitching coach and was one of  the best pitchers in Arizona State University history, and both parents  have played at the national level in softball, with her father in the ASA  Hall of Fame… Born 10/2/90… Sociology major. 

DID YOU KNOW?...  Randi  Grimes  was  the  only  player  on  the  team  in  2011  who  ranked  in  the  top  three  of  all  the  so‐called  pressure  categories:  batting average with runners in scoring position, average with two out, average with two strikes, and percentage of driving in a  runner from third with less than two out. Grimes did not strike out in any of her 57 plate appearances with runners in scoring  position (49 at‐bats, seven walks and one sac fly).    Avg. w/RISP (Min. 20 PA)  Avg. w/RISP and 2 Out (Min. 20 PA)  2‐Out Batting Avg. (Min. 20 PA)    .391  Peggy Alex  .469  Brittany Martin  .438  Brittany Martin    .380  Randi Grimes  .444  Dani Blake  .404  Dani Blake    .373  Brittany Martin  .400  Randi Grimes  .372  Randi Grimes    .354  Dani Blake  .300  Karlyn Scott  .364  Khaliah Brown   

Avg. w/2 strikes (Min. 20 PA)    .450  Randi Grimes    .400  Khaliah Brown    .400  Christine Clark    .381  Brittany Martin 

YR  GP  GS  AVG  AB  R  ’11  40  36  .325  123  12    40  36  .325  123  12 

Runner at 3rd and Less Than 2 Out (Min. 5 opp.)  1.000  Peggy Alex (5‐for‐5)    .857  Randi Grimes (6‐for‐7)    .583  Christine Clark (7‐for‐12)    .571  Erin Foley (8‐for‐14)

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  40  28  9  2  0  40  28  9  2  0 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  53  .431  8  1  53  .431  8  1  21

 

 

SO  OB%  9  .368  9  .368 

Late‐Inning Average (6th inning or later)  .405  Randi Grimes  .395  Dani Blake  .357  Christine Clark  .344  Steph Graziani

SF  SH  1  0  1  0 

SB‐AT  0‐0  0‐0 

PO  28  28 

A  1  1 

E  FLD%  0  1.000  0  1.000 


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  BRITTANY’S AWARDS & HONORS 

#3 – Brittany Martin Norwalk, IA Indianola HS/Iowa Central CC Senior • Third Base/First Base 5-07 • Bats R, Throws R

2011 (Jr.): First Team All‐Sunshine State Conference  at  first  base;  2‐time  SSC  Player‐of‐the‐Week  (March  21  &  Apr.  25);  SSC  Commissioner’s  Honor Roll  2010  (Sophomore  year  at  Iowa  Central  CC):  NFCA  Second Team All‐American; NJCAA Third Team  All‐American;  NJCAA  First  Team  All‐Region  XI;  Region XI Defensive Player‐of‐the‐Year  2009  (Freshman  year  at  Iowa  Central  CC):  NFCA  First  Team  All‐American;  NJCAA  Second  Team  All‐American;  NJCAA  First  Team  All‐Region  XI  and Region Player‐of‐the‐Year

Returning  starter  at  first  base,  but  came  to  Florida  Southern  as  a�� third  baseman  where  she  was  a  2‐time  All‐American  at  Iowa  Central  Community College in Fort Dodge, Iowa… Helped the Tritons to back‐to‐ back  50‐win  seasons…  One  of  two  players  on  the  roster  from  Iowa  Central,  coming  to  Florida  Southern  with  second  baseman  Steph  Graziani… Graduated from Iowa Central as the Tritons’ career leader in RBI with 163, and also had the top two single season RBI  totals in team history… Had a .410 career batting average in junior college with 45 doubles, four triples, 20 home runs, and 27 stolen  bases in two years playing for coach Rick Sandquist.    Junior season highlights (2011)   One of three players who started all 46 games, but the only one returning in 2012 (started 44 games at 1B and two at 3B)   Hit cleanup for the Moccasins in all but two games   Led Florida Southern in batting average (.417), hits (60), doubles (15), home runs (7), RBI (33), slugging percentage (.681)  and on‐base percentage (.475), and was tied for the team lead in walks (16)… After starting the year 4‐for‐21 in February,  hit .455 over the last two months   Had 37 hits and all 16 of her walks in the final 27 games, giving her an on‐base percentage of .551 during that span   Finished second in the SSC in batting to Barry’s Grace Collins, who hit .433, and was third in both slugging and OBP (Martin  and SSC Player‐of‐the‐Year Christine Roser of Rollins were the only players in the top five of all three percentage categories)   Also tied for fifth in the SSC in doubles and tied for fourth in home runs   Hit .373 with runners‐in‐scoring position (25‐for‐67), good for third on the team, and led the Mocs with a .448 average with  two out and runners‐in‐scoring position   On two different occasions tied a school record with two home runs in a game, the 14th and 15th times in team history a  player  went  deep  twice  in  one  game  (March  18  at  Eckerd  and  March  25  at  Barry)…  In  so  doing,  became  only  the  third  Moccasin  with  two  multi‐homer  games  in  her  career,  and  only  the  second  to  have  two  multi‐homer  games  in  the  same  season (the first was Susan Young in 1985)   Tied another school record with 10 total bases in a game when she hit two home runs and a double in 13‐1 win at Eckerd  (March 18)   Fell one game short of the school record for longest hitting streak when she hit safely in 19 consecutive games from March  12 – April 6   Though her streak ended on April 9 in the first game at Palm Beach Atlantic, she still walked, and went on to extend her  streak of consecutive games reaching base safely to 23 in a row   Went 6‐for‐8 with two homers, six RBI and four walks in the Mocs’ 3‐game series at Barry (March 25‐26)… Also had six hits  in conference series at Eckerd (March 18‐19) and vs. Nova Southeastern (Apr. 28‐29), and had six walks against Nova as well   Ended  the  season  on  a  5‐game  hitting  streak  in  which  she  went  11‐for‐16  (.688)  with  four  doubles,  two  home  runs  and  seven RBI, and also walked six times   Led the Moccasins with 17 multi‐hit games (10 in SSC play), and had six games with at least three   Had a career‐high four hits in a 9‐2 win over Franklin Pierce in Clermont, going 4‐for‐4 with a double and a home run (March  15)… One of the Mocs’ two 4‐hit games in 2011 (Heather Raulerson had the other vs. Nova Southeastern on April 29)   In a 15‐inning game against Nova Southeastern, had three hits and three walks (Apr. 29)   Had two different games with five RBI (March 25 at Barry and April 22 vs. Florida Tech)  Sophomore season highlights from the Iowa Central Community College (2010)   Helped the Tritons to a 55‐10 record and a second‐place finish in the Region XI Tournament where they were ranked #9 in  the NJCAA Division II national poll   Started all but one of the Tritons’ 65 games, with all of her starts coming at third base and the #3 spot in the batting order   Set  a  school  record  with  85  RBI,  and  also  led  the  Tritons  in  batting  average  (.435),  hits  (81),  doubles  (22),  slugging  percentage (.677), and walks (24)… Second on the team with seven home runs and a .491 on‐base percentage   Added one triple, six HBPs, 10 sac flies, 55 runs scored and 15 stolen bases in 16 attempts to her offensive numbers  22

 

 


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Hit  .485  (47‐for‐97)  with  runners  in  scoring  position,  second  on  the  team  to  current  Florida  Southern  teammate  Steph  Graziani, who hit .508… Also had a .795 percentage of driving in a runner from third with less than two out (31‐for‐39)  Had 23 multi‐hit games (second to Graziani’s 24), including 12 games with at least three, and two games with four  Drove in two or more runs 25 times, and three or more 12 times  Had nine RBI in a doubleheader against Ellsworth (Apr. 15), picking up five in the first game and four in the second  Hit  a  grand  slam  in  19‐0  win  over  Ellsworth  as  part  of  the  same  15‐run,  third  inning  in  which  current  Florida  Southern  teammate Steph Graziani also hit a grand slam  Committed just seven errors in 209 chances at third base for a .967 fielding percentage 

Freshman season highlights from Iowa Central Community College (2009)   Helped the Tritons go 62‐8 in 2009, and finish fifth at the NJCAA Division  II National Tournament   Played in all 70 games, starting 68 of them at third base, and hitting  either #3 or cleanup in the batting order   Set a school record with 78 RBI, though she would break that  mark as a sophomore with 85   Hit  .387  and  led  the  team  in  doubles  (23),  home  runs  (12)  and  walks  (24)…  Also  hit  three  triples  to  give  her  a  team‐ leading .693 slugging percentage    Also led the Tritons with 63 runs scored and was 12‐for‐16  on stolen bases   Hit two home runs in a game vs. Iowa Western (Apr. 4)   Hit .471 in conference play when 15 of her 33 hits went for  extra bases (12 doubles, one triple, two homers)   Had a team‐high 26 multi‐hit games, and drive in two more  runs 22 times… Had five games with at least four RBI  In  high  school…  5‐year  letter  winner  at  Indianola  High  School  in  Indianola, Iowa where she played for coach Stacey Huff… Selected 4A  First Team All‐State as a senior in 2008, and Third Team as a junior in  2007… First team all‐district as a junior and senior… 4‐time First Team  All‐Record  Herald  Tribune…  Named  first  team  all‐conference  as  a  freshman,  junior  and  senior,  and  was  a  second  team  selection  as  a  sophomore  in  the  Central  Iowa  Metro  League…  Also  played  basketball  at  Indianola High School… Played on ASA/USSSA travel ball select teams since  the  age  of  nine,  and  with  the  Central  Iowa  Stars/Central  Iowa  Intimidators,  coached by Brad McAninch… Played in two ASA World Series, and two USSSA World  Series, finishing in the top‐10 in all of them, including a second‐place finish in the 18‐ and‐under  B  USSSA  World  Series  in  2008…  Selected  to  the  18U  World  Series  All‐ Tournament  Team…  Personal…  Daughter of  Ken  and  Marilyn  Martin…  Has  one  older  brother (James‐25)… Born 7/7/90… Psychology major with a minor in Physical Education. 

DID YOU KNOW?...  Brittany Martin won the Florida Southern triple crown last year by leading the team in batting average, home runs and RBI. She’s  the  eighth  player  in  team  history  to  accomplish  that.  Of  the  eight  players  listed  below,  Wanda  Graham,  Patty  Fleig,  Sara  Lovestrand and Martin are the only ones who also led the team in on‐base percentage and slugging percentage as well.    1988  Jana Schaller  .390 avg.  4 HR  54 RBI  1998  Amber Jaekel  .378 avg.  3 HR  34 RBI  1993  Wanda Graham  .500 avg.  7 HR  50 RBI  2004  Sarah Kohlbrenner  .391 avg.  5 HR  64 RBI*  .489 avg.  *1 HR  39 RBI  2009  Sara Lovestrand  .451 avg.  11 HR  44 RBI*  1994  Patty Fleig  1997  Lisa McNeley  .393 avg.  3 HR  40 RBI  2011  Brittany Martin  .417 avg.  7 HR  33 RBI   

*tied for the team lead YR  GP  GS  AVG  AB  R  ’11  46  46  .417  144  32    46  46  .417  144  32 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  60  33  15  1  7  60  33  15  1  7 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  98  .681  16  1  98  .681  16  1  23

 

 

SO  OB%  9  .475  9  .475 

SF  SH  1  0  1  0 

SB‐AT  2‐4  2‐4 

PO  281  281 

A  36  36 

E  FLD%  10  .969  10  .969 


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  BRANDY’S AWARDS & HONORS 

#8 – Brandy Pikus Titusville, FL Titusville HS Senior • Outfield 5-07 • Bats R, Throws R

2011 (Jr.): NCAA Division II Academic Achievement  Award;  NFCA  Scholar‐Athlete;  Sunshine  State  Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll  2010  (Soph.):  NCAA  Division  II  Academic  Achievement  Award;  NFCA  Scholar‐Athlete;  Sunshine  State  Conference  Commissioner’s  Honor Roll  2009  (Fr.):  NFCA  Scholar‐Athlete;  Sunshine  State  Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Begins  her  senior  year  as  one  of  three  players  who  have  a  chance  to  become 4‐year letter winners and has played in a total of 74 games over  the last three seasons (Christine Clark and Karlyn Scott are the other Moccasins with three years on the roster)… Has served as the  Moccasins’ primary pinch‐runner over the last three seasons, scoring a total of 21 runs in that role… Also one of the team’s most  decorated academic award winners.    Junior season highlights (2011)   Played in 28 games overall, starting one in right field, and appearing 24 times as a pinch‐runner, the most by a Moccasin  since 2005 (no other player made more than four pinch‐running appearances in 2011)… Led the team in that category for  the third year in a row   Scored  eight  runs  and  stole  two  bases  in  two  attempts  in  her  role  as  a  pinch‐runner,  with  nearly  all  of  those  numbers  coming in conference play   Scored in all three games of the series at Rollins, and gave Florida Southern the go‐ahead run in the top of the seventh in  game two, though the Tars came back for a 3‐2 win   Made  her  only  start  of  the  season  against  Webber  International  as  the  right  fielder  on  April  6  and  went  1‐for‐2  with  a  sacrifice bunt   Also went 1‐for‐3 as a pinch‐hitter   Picked up her first career hit as a pinch‐hitter in 13‐1 win at Eckerd (March 19)  Sophomore season highlights (2010)   Florida Southern’s primary pinch‐runner, making 16 appearances, scoring six runs, and stealing one base in those games (no  other player made more than five pinch‐running appearances)   Scored the tie‐breaking run in the bottom of the sixth inning in a 10‐6 win over Dominican (March 1)   Scored what proved to be the winning run with two out in the bottom of the sixth inning in a 4‐3 win over West Alabama  (March 7)   Stolen base came in the sixth inning of a 5‐4 win over Millersville (March 10)   Also made two appearances as a pinch‐hitter  Freshman season highlights (2009)   Served as the Moccasins’ top pinch‐runner, making 20 appearances, scoring seven runs, and stealing two bases in those 20  games   One of her pinch‐running spots came in the NCAA Division II South Region Tournament when she scored as part of a 5‐run  fourth inning in the Moccasins’ 8‐6 win over Tampa   Walked in two of her four plate appearances  In high school… Graduated from Titusville High School in 2008 after also attending Space Coast Jr./Sr. High School… Played for coach  Eileen Serridge at Titusville… Also pitched in high school and was a two‐time Most Valuable Player for the Terriers… MVP at Space  Coast High School in 2004 and was a five‐year letter winner in softball… Won captain’s award as a senior and was a scholar‐athlete  and honor roll student every year… In addition to playing softball, also played basketball at Space Coast and Titusville… Played travel  ball  for  the  Brevard  Stealers  and  coach  Jon  Clarson  from  2006‐08…  Team  won  the  2008  USSSA  state  championship…  Personal…  Daughter  of  Scott  Pikus,  and  Connie  and  Frank  Hickman…  Born  2/23/90…  Served  as  President  of  Phi  Alpha  Delta  at  Florida  Southern… Worked at the Kennedy Space Center in the summer after her sophomore year at Florida Southern… Plans to attend law  school after graduation… Business Administration major with a minor in Pre‐Law.      

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DID YOU KNOW?...  Brandy Pikus has been used as a pinch‐runner a total  of 60 times in her first three seasons, but that’s not  the  Florida  Southern  career  record.  Jannah  Leffel  made  64  such  appearances  for  the  Moccasins  from  2000‐01.    Most Pinch‐Running Appearances in a Season  37  Jannah Leffel  2000  29  Jenny Davies  2003  28  Arden Mitchell  2005  27  Jannah Leffel  2001  25  Kelly Pickard  1998  24  Brandy Pikus  2011    Most  of  the  time  when  Pikus  appears  on  base  for  Florida Southern the game is either on the line or still  in the balance. Of her 24 appearances in 2011, 14 of  them  were  in  the  fifth  inning  or  later,  in  a  one‐run  game, or with the score tied.  

Brandy Pikus on the Bases 25

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Year‐by‐year games as a  pinch‐runner.

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10

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YR  ’09  ’10  ’11   

GP  GS  AVG  26  0  .000  20  0  .000  28  1  .222  74  1  .154 

AB  R  2  7  2  6  9  9  13  22 

2009

2010

2011

Total PR Appearances

20

16

24

Tied/1‐Run Games

4

8

15

5th Inning or Later in Tied/1‐Run Games

3

7

14

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  2  0  0  0  0  2  0  0  0  0 

TB  0  0  2  2 

SLG  BB  HB  .000  2  0  .000  0  0  .222  0  0  .154  2  0  25

 

 

SO  0  1  3  4 

OB%  .500  .000  .222  .267 

SF  SH  0  0  0  0  0  1  0  1 

SB‐AT  2‐3  1‐1  2‐2  5‐6 

PO  4  0  3  7 

A  0  0  0  0 

E  0  0  0  0 

FLD%  1.000  .000  1.000  1.000 


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#2 – Karlyn Scott Crawfordville, FL Wakulla HS Senior • Outfield 5-04 • Bats L, Throws R

2011 (Jr.): NCAA Division II Academic Achievement  Award; NFCA Scholar‐Athlete; Florida Southern  Athletic  Director’s  Scholar‐Athlete  Award  winner for softball; Sunshine State Conference  Commissioner’s Honor Roll  2010  (Soph.):  NCAA  Division  II  Academic  Achievement  Award;  NFCA  Scholar‐Athlete;  Florida  Southern  Athletic  Director’s  Scholar‐ Athlete  Award  winner  for  softball;  Sunshine  State Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll  2009  (Fr.):  NFCA  Scholar‐Athlete;  Sunshine  State  Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Returning  starter  in  left  field  after  moving  into  that  position  in  early  March  of  2011…  Has  started  games  in  left  field,  right  field  and  second  base in her career… Has won the team’s highest academic honor in each  of  the  last  two  years  and  has  maintained  a  perfect  4.00  grade  point  average going into the spring semester of 2012.    Junior season highlights (2011)   Had just one at‐bat in the first 10 games (a pinch‐hit single at Rollins) but moved into the starting lineup and #2 spot in the  batting order on March 4 and started every game the rest of the season… Started 29 games in left, and seven in right   Second on the team with 13 stolen bases and was not caught the entire season to extend her career streak to 14 in a row…  Tied for eighth in the SSC in steals   Led Florida Southern with 11 sacrifice bunts, tied for sixth in the Sunshine State Conference   Also tied for sixth in the SSC and was second on the team with seven HBPs, helping push her on‐base percentage up to .349   Hit a 2‐run single in the fourth inning to drive in the tying and go‐ahead runs in her first start, a 6‐5 win over Georgia SW at  the Wolves Invitational in Carrollton, Georgia   Drove in the first run of the game and scored the last in a 4‐0 win over Saint Leo (March 11) and came back the next day to  go 3‐for‐4 with an RBI in a 5‐3 win over the Lions in her first conference series as a starter   Singled and scored the only run of the game in the bottom of the sixth inning to help Christine Clark pitch a perfect game  against Florida Tech (Apr. 21)   Had two hits and a hit‐by‐pitch, and was part of all three innings in which the Mocs scored in a 6‐5 win over Florida Tech  (Apr. 22)   In Florida Southern’s only extra‐inning win of the season, reached base twice, threw out a runner on the bases, and bunted  the winning run into scoring position as the Mocs defeated Nova Southeastern, 3‐2 in 12 innings (Apr. 28)   Had six multi‐hit games on the season, with her career‐high of three hits coming against Saint Leo   Had a career‐high three RBI in 9‐3 win at Webber International (Apr. 6), part of a doubleheader where she went 4‐for‐8  with a double, four RBI and two stolen bases  Sophomore season highlights (2010)   Moved to the outfield after playing second base as a freshman, and made five starts in left field, including the Mocs’ season  opener against Northwood (FL)   Picked up her first career hit in that game (Feb. 6), and reached base with either a hit or a walk in four of her five starts   Drove in her first career run with an RBI single in 5‐3 win over Webber International (Feb. 13), and preserved that win with  a game‐saving catch in short left for the final out, stranding two Webber runners on base   Walked and scored the tying run in the bottom of the fifth in the doubleheader against Webber, helping the Moccasins earn  a 6‐5 victory in game two   Made three appearances as a pinch‐hitter and five as a pinch‐runner  Freshman season highlights (2009)   Appeared in 32 games, the most of any freshman position player in 2009   Primarily the Mocs’ backup second baseman, but started the regular season finale when the Mocs defeated Tampa 6‐0 to  clinch the SSC title (Apr. 25)   Pushed three runners into scoring position in that game, resulting in two of Florida Southern’s six runs   Made  14  appearances  as  a  pinch‐runner  (second  on  the  team  to  Brandy  Pikus),  including  two  in  the  South  Region  Tournament   Scored  the  go‐ahead  run  in  the  bottom  of  the  fifth  as  a  pinch‐runner  in  the  Mocs’  6‐5  win  over  2nd‐ranked  Alabama‐ Huntsville (Mar. 21)   Also used four times as a pinch‐hitter, drawing one walk 

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In  high  school…  2008  graduate  of  Wakulla  High  School  in  Crawfordville  where  she  was  a  teammate  of  former  Florida  Southern  shortstop Sara Lovestrand for one year… Played four years of softball for coach Tom Graham… First Team All‐Big Bend as a senior…  Second Team All‐Big Bend as a junior and honorable mention as both a sophomore and freshman… Named the team’s rookie‐of‐the‐ year as a freshman… Also played golf at Wakulla, and was a member of the cross‐country and weight‐lifting teams as well… Honor  roll student all four years who graduated seventh in her class… Played for the Tallahassee Merchants and coach Frank Burke from  2000‐05, and Team North Florida coached by Coy Adkins from 2006‐08… Team placed second in the World Series and 30th out of 165  teams  at  2006  nationals  in  Seattle…  Finished  third  in  the  2007  World  Series  and  ninth  at  the  national  tournament  in  Sioux  Falls,  South Dakota… Personal… Daughter of Larry and Rosalyn Scott… Has one older brother (Tyler‐24)… Member of Phi Eta Sigma, Phi  Kappa Phi, and Tri Beta… Dean’s List student at Florida Southern and made the President’s Scholars List in the spring of 2010… Won  the McConville Scholar Award from the biology department in both 2010 and 2011… Plans to attend dental school after graduation…  Born 9/1/90… Biology major with a minor in Chemistry.   

Did You Know?...  In  2011,  Karlyn  Scott  became  the  10th  Moccasin  to  steal  at  least  10  bases  in  a  season  without  getting  caught.  With  Dani  Blake  going  12‐for‐12,  it  was  the  first time the Mocs had two of those players on the  same  team.  No  Moccasin  has  ever  been  able  to  do  that twice in their career, however, something Scott  will have a chance to do in 2012.   

Most Stolen Bases in a Season Without Being Caught  19  Amber Jaekel  1998  16  Robin Allen  1989  14  Karen Kull  1990  13  Karlyn Scott  2011  12  Sara Lovestrand  2008  12  Dani Blake  2011   

Consecutive Stolen Bases Without  Being Caught at the Start of a Career  19 ....Courtney Asbee ........ March 29, 1992 – April 14, 1993  16 ....Katie Goppert ................. Feb. 13, 2004 – May 7, 2004  14 ....Jackie Folmar ............ March 20, 1986 – April 20, 1988  14 ....Stephanie Huber ...... never caught stealing (2004‐05)  14 ... Karlyn Scott ...................... March 20, 2009 – current  13 ....Ashley Alpizar ........... Feb. 14, 2004 – March 17, 2004  13 ....Sara Lovestrand .............. Feb. 16, 2008 – Feb. 7, 2009  12 ....Kellie Robinson ...... March 30, 1989 – March 28, 1990 

YR  ’09  ’10  ’11   

GP  GS  AVG  AB  R  32  1  .000  13  5  15  5  .133  15  2  41  36  .257  113  27  88  42  .220  141  34 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  0  0  0  0  0  2  1  0  0  0  29  15  3  0  0  31  16  3  0  0 

TB  0  2  32  34 

SLG  BB  HB  .000  2  0  .133  2  0  .283  9  7  .241  13  7  27

 

 

SO  3  8  14  25 

OB%  .133  .235  .349  .317 

SF  SH  0  1  0  1  0  11  0  13 

SB‐AT  1‐1  0‐0  13‐13  14‐14 

PO  14  7  37  58 

A  10  0  2  12 

E  FLD%  1  .960  0  1.000  2  .951  3  .959 


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#10 – Heather Brinkmeier Port St. Joe, FL Port St. Joe HS/Lurleen B. Wallace CC Junior • First Base/Third Base/Outfield 5-05 • Bats R, Throws R

HEATHER’S AWARDS & HONORS  2011  (Sophomore  year  at  LB  Wallace  CC):  Dean’s List student 

One of two junior college transfers to join the Moccasins this year, along with Devin Mathews.    In  junior  college  (2010‐11)…  Played  two  seasons  for  head  coach  Tommy  McDaniel  at  Lurleen  B.  Wallace  Community  College  in  Andalusia, Alabama, where she hit over .300 both years with a total of 14 home runs and 55 RBI… As a sophomore, hit .302 for the  Saints with 13 doubles, three triples, eight home runs and 26 RBI… As a freshman, hit .333 with 11 doubles, four triples, six home  runs and 29 RBI… Dean’s List student as a sophomore, member of Phi Theta Kappa, and Who’s Who Among Students in American  Colleges & Universities.    In high school… 2009 graduate of Port St. Joe High School in the Florida panhandle… 4‐year letter winner for coach Jim Belin who  helped the Tiger Sharks to a runner‐up finish in the Class 2A State Tournament as a senior when Port St. Joe finished 27‐3… Third  Team All‐State as a senior outfielder… Had a home run and three RBI in the regional title game as a senior, and two hits and an RBI in  the  state  semifinals…  Hit  .284  with  five  doubles,  and  two  triples  as  a  junior  when  she  helped  lead  the  Sharks  to  a  regional  championship… Also played volleyball and basketball at Port St. Joe and was a member of the cheerleading squad as well… Played  travel ball for Team North Florida and coach Coy Adkins from 2006‐08, and the Panama City Lady Lightning and coach Bubba Hill  from 2006‐10… USFA World Series champions in 2006 with the Lady Lightning… Helped Team North Florida place 30th out of 165  teams at 2006 nationals in Seattle where she was a teammate of current Moccasin Karlyn Scott… Finished third in the 2007 World  Series with Team North Florida and second in 2008… Personal… Daughter of Steve & Christine Brinkmeier… Has two younger sisters  (Stephanie‐14 and Alexis‐13) and one younger brother (Stephon‐7)… Born 4/4/91… Human Movement & Performance major, with a  minor in Physical Education.   

#6 – Devin Mathews Leesburg, FL Leesburg HS/Chipola College Junior • Catcher/Third Base/First Base 6-00 • Bats R, Throws R

DEVIN’S AWARDS & HONORS  2011  (Sophomore  year  at  Chipola  College):  Second Team All‐Panhandle Conference 

One of two junior college transfers to join the Moccasins this year, along with Heather Brinkmeier… Third Moccasin in the last four  years from Chipola College (Sara Lovestrand and Brittany Minton played for the Mocs from 2008‐09).    In  junior  college  (2009,  2011)…  Played  her  freshman  year  (2009)  at  Santa  Fe  College  in  Gainesville  for  coach  Chris  Ahern  before  transferring to Chipola College in Marianna where she played as a sophomore (2011) for coach Belinda Hendrix… Hit .352 with five  home runs and 29 RBI in 50 career games between the two schools… Also had a career on‐base percentage of .412 in junior college…  Batted .333 with four doubles, one triple, five homers and 15 RBI as a sophomore in 38 games for the Indians, helping Chipola win  the  Panhandle  Conference  and  finish  46‐11  overall…  Played  in  12  games  for  Santa  Fe  College  in  2009,  and  hit  .444  with  three  doubles and 14 RBI.    In high school… Graduated from Leesburg High School in 2008 where she played three years for Amy Morely, and her senior year for  coach Cathy Beebee… Class 5A Second Team All‐State as a senior… Also played volleyball for two years, soccer for two years and golf  for two years… Played five years of travel ball for the Central Florida Ladyhawks, coached by James Mathews… Personal… Daughter  of James and Lori Mathews… Has one older sister (Brittany‐24)… Born 8/31/90… Physical Therapy major, with a minor in Athletic  Training.

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#27 – Christie Bailey Jacksonville, FL Bartram Trail HS Sophomore • Shortstop 5-06 • Bats L, Throws R

2011 (Fr): NFCA Scholar‐Athlete; Sunshine State  Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll 

Returning starter at shortstop where she split time with Dezirae Parsons as a freshman.    Freshman season highlights (2011)   Started 24 of Florida Southern’s 46 games at shortstop, and 13 of 24 in Sunshine State Conference play   Went 3‐for‐6 with one RBI in her two starts in the Rollins series, putting Florida Southern ahead in game two with an RBI  single in the top of the seventh inning (Feb. 23)   Had one hit and two walks in the second game of a doubleheader vs. St. Xavier (March 1)   Picked up her only extra‐base hit with a double against Saint Leo (March 12)   Struck out only two times in 33 at‐bats and 38 plate appearances, and had no strikeouts in her last 32 trips to the plate   Committed just one error in her last 40 chances for a .975 fielding percentage over the last month of the season  In  high  school…  2010  graduate  of  Bartram  Trail  High  School…  4‐year  letter  winner  for coach Jen Harman… Helped the Bears win back‐to‐back 5A state championships  in 2008 and 2009, before they advanced to the state final four as a 4A school in  2010… Team won district title all four years of her career, and won region titles  in 2008, 2009 and 2010… Twice named to St. Johns River Athletic All‐Conference  Team (2009 and 2010)… Third Team All‐First Coast in 2009, and first team all‐ county in 2010… Named to the St. Augustine Record All‐Decade Team… Started  all  110  games  of  her  high  school  career  until  her  senior  year  ended  in  late  March  due  to  injury…  Hit  .306  as  a  junior  before  finishing  her  high  school  career  with  a  .418  batting  average  as  a  senior,  with  a  .467  on‐base  percentage  and  .546  slugging  percentage…  Accounted  for  three  of  the  Bears’ four runs in the state championship game as a sophomore, with  Bartram  Trail  defeating  Venice  High  School,  4‐2…  Singled  and  scored  the game‐winning run in the seventh inning of the state championship  game as a junior, as Bartram Trail again beat Venice, 1‐0… Member of  the  National  Honor  Society  who  graduated  12th  in  her  class…  Also  played  two  years  of  volleyball  at  Bartram  Trail…  Played  travel  ball  for  the  Jacksonville  Players  (coached  by  Rob  Loverich)  from  2002‐06,  and  the Jacksonville Storm (coached by Jerry Shepherd) from 2006‐10… Won  the  14‐and‐under  USFA  World  Series  in  2006…  Former  teammate  Kalyn  Loverich  now  plays  at  Flagler,  Brie  Walton  plays  at  Tampa,  and  Lisa  Blanton  is  playing  for  Rider  University  in  New  Jersey…  Personal…  Daughter of Fred and April Bailey… Has one younger brother (Ryan‐16) and  one  younger  sister  (Emily‐9)…  Born  3/9/92…  Biology/Pre‐Physical  Therapy  major with a minor in Chemistry.

YR  GP  GS  AVG  ’11  25  24  .182    25  24  .182 

AB  33  33 

R  3  3 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  6  1  1  0  0  6  1  1  0  0 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  7  .212  5  0  7  .212  5  0  31

 

 

SO  OB%  2  .289  2  .289 

SF  SH  0  1  0  1 

SB‐AT  0‐0  0‐0 

PO  44  44 

A  41  41 

E  FLD%  7  .924  7  .924 


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#22 – Khaliah Brown Groveport, OH Churchill County HS (NV) Sophomore • Outfield 5-06 • Bats L, Throws R Returning  starter  in  the  outfield  where  she  won  the  right  field  position as a walk‐on and was in the opening day lineup.    Freshman season highlights (2011)   Started 33 of the Mocs’ 46 games, with all of them coming in  right field   Normally  hit  sixth  or  seventh  in  the  lineup,  but  did  make  one  start in the leadoff spot and one in the #2 position   Had  three  hits  in  her  first  college  doubleheader,  going  3‐for‐5  with a stolen base, a sacrifice, and one outfield assist in a sweep  of  Webber  International  (Feb.  16)…  Singled  and  scored  the  winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning in game two of that  doubleheader, giving the Mocs a 3‐2 win   Had five different games with two hits, including conference games  against Eckerd, Barry and Tampa   Picked up her only extra‐base hit with a double at Barry (March 25),  a game in which she went 2‐for‐3 with a walk   Also had two hits, with one walk and an RBI in 6‐0 win over New Haven  (March 15)   Started 12 games against teams that qualified for the NCAA Tournament  in 2011, and had a .313 batting average against them (10‐for‐32), a figure  topped  by  only  the  Moccasins’  three  all‐conference  players  (Dani  Blake,  Randi Grimes and Brittany Martin)   Tied with Dani Blake for the team lead with five outfield assists, with four  of those throws resulting in an out at the plate  In  high  school…  Came  to  Florida  Southern  from  Churchill  County  High  School  in  Fallon,  Nevada,  though  she  now  lives  in  Ohio…  Graduated from Churchill County in 2010, where she spent three years, but also attended Channel Islands High School in Oxnard,  California as a freshman… 3‐sport athlete at Churchill County, playing volleyball and basketball in addition to softball… Honorable  mention All‐Sierra League in softball as a junior, and a second team selection as a senior for coach Phil Pinder… Also made the All‐ Sierra League team as a senior in basketball… Hit .330 as a senior for the Green Wave, with a .354 on‐base percentage, and was  second  on  the  team  with  31  hits…  Honor  roll  student  all  four  years  of  her  high  school  career…  Played  travel  ball  for  the  Nevada  Lightning and coach Jim Miller… Has several of her former teammates now playing in college… Personal… Daughter of Tim and Kim  Brown…  Has  two  sisters  (Kenyah‐19  and  Naomi‐14)  and  one  brother  (Cameron‐8)…  Part  of  a  military  family,  attending  three  different elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools… Born 5/18/92… Business Administration major.

YR  GP  GS  AVG  ’11  37  33  .256    37  33  .256 

AB  R  90  16  90  16 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  23  4  1  0  0  23  4  1  0  0 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  24  .267  6  0  24  .267  6  0  32

 

 

SO  OB%  18  .302  18  .302 

SF  SH  0  5  0  5 

SB‐AT  1‐2  1‐2 

PO  41  41 

A  5  5 

E  FLD%  5  .902  5  .902 


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#1 – Liana Derringer Lehigh Acres, FL Riverdale HS Sophomore • Pitcher 5-01 • Bats R, Throws L Spent  most  of  her  freshman  year  as  Florida  Southern’s  #2  starting  pitcher  behind Christine Clark.    Freshman season highlights (2011)   Appeared in a total of 15 games as a pitcher, making six starts   Opponents’  .237  batting  average  was  the  best  on  the  team  among  Florida Southern’s three regular pitchers and ranked ninth in the SSC   Got her college career started with a total of eight innings in relief against NCAA  Tournament teams Flagler and Rollins in which she allowed just one run on six hits   Second pitcher in team history to strike out the first two batters she faced (Feb.  19 at Flagler), and the first since Jana Schaller struck out the first four in 1987   Earned  her  first  college  win  in  a  relief  outing  against  Georgia  Southwestern,  pitching  2.1  scoreless  innings  as  the  Moccasins  came  back  from  an  early  5‐2  deficit to win 6‐5 (March 4)   Made five of her six starts in March, with one complete game shutout and two  others without an earned run allowed   Pitched her shutout in her first college start, a 2‐0 win at Warner where she struck  out seven, walked two and allowed four hits… Pitched out of a bases‐loaded jam in  the first inning and allowed just three base runners the rest of the way (March 9)   Suffered a 3‐2 loss to Saint Leo in her first conference start, and second overall,  but did not allow an earned run in that game (March 12)   Also made SSC starts against Barry and Florida Tech   Combined with Christine Clark for a 3‐hit shutout in 7‐0 win at Webber International (April 6), pitching two innings of relief   Had her season‐high of seven strikeouts in the 2‐0 win at Warner (March 9)  In high school… 2010 graduate of Riverdale High School… Four‐year starter for coach Bill McChesney… Second Team 4A All‐State  selection as a freshman, junior and senior… Four‐time First Team All‐Lee County… Team won two conference titles and three district  championships, and went 95‐23 from 2007‐10… Finished her high school career with a 53‐15 record, 0.86 ERA and 532 strikeouts…  Hit .403 with 89 career RBI… Went 13‐4 with a 0.63 ERA and 128 strikeouts in 110.2 innings as a senior, while batting .365 with seven  doubles, two triples, three home runs, 16 RBI and eight steals as the Raiders’ leadoff hitter… Had a 13‐3 record, a 0.70 ERA, and 70  strikeouts in 86.2 innings as a junior, and hit .375 with six doubles, two triples, one home run, 19 RBI and 12 steals… Selected as the  Most Outstanding Defensive Player in the 17th Annual Kissimmee Klassic as a junior, and won two games as a pitcher, leading the  Raiders to the tournament title in the gold division… As a sophomore, posted a 14‐3 record, a 1.16 ERA and 136 strikeouts in 97.0  innings, hit .426 with nine doubles, 31 RBI and stole seven bases… Also played one season of volleyball… Graduated second in her  class,  and  was  a  scholar‐athlete  award  winner  and  honor  roll  student  all  four  years  at  Riverdale…  Active  in  several  organizations  throughout high school and was a member of the National Honor Society… Played travel ball for the SWFL Scream from 2006‐08,  coached  by  Bill  McChesney,  and  for  the  SWFL  Cruisers  from  2009‐10,  coached  by  Scott  Gould…  Team  won  the  FAST  Sports  U‐18  national  tournament  in  2009  and  was  runner‐up  in  2010…  Personal…  Daughter  of  Adam  and  Jin  Derringer…  Has  one  younger  brother (Ethan‐9)… Born 10/27/91… Chemistry (Pre‐Pharmacy) major. YR  W‐L  ’11  3‐4    3‐4    YR  GP  GS  ’11  15  6    15  6 

ERA  APP  2.23  15  2.23  15  AVG  .000  .000 

AB  2  2 

GS  6  6 

CG  1  1 

SH  1  1 

SV  0  0 

IP  50.1  50.1 

R  0  0 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0 

H  45  45 

R  24  24 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  0  .000  0  0  0  .000  0  0  33

 

ER  16  16 

 

BB  33  33 

SO  33  33 

SO  OB%  0  .000  0  .000 

HR  1  1 

WP  HBP  8  3  8  3 

SF  SH  0  0  0  0 

SB‐AT  0‐0  0‐0 

AB  190  190  PO  2  2 

OPP BA  .237  .237  A  11  11 

E  FLD%  2  .867  2  .867 


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#33 – Lindsay LaChance Hallowell, ME Hall-Dale HS Sophomore • Pitcher 5-09 • Bats R, Throws L Freshman season highlights (2011)   Made her Florida Southern debut on March 22 with one‐ third  of  an  inning  in  the  second  game  of  a  doubleheader  with  Warner…  Gave  up  one  hit  and  no  runs with one strikeout in that game   Made  her  first  career  start  the  following  day  against  East Coast Conference champion Dowling in Clermont  and took the loss despite not allowing an earned run  In  high  school…  Graduated  from  Hall‐Dale  High  School  in  Farmingdale,  Maine  in  2010…  Played  softball  for  coach  David  Kaplan…  Four‐sport  athlete  who  also  played  field  hockey  and  basketball,  and  ran  cross‐country…  Four‐time  All‐Mountain  Valley Conference selection (honorable mention as a freshman,  first  team  first  baseman  as  a  sophomore,  second  team  pitcher  as a junior, and first team pitcher as a senior)… Named a Western  Class  C  All‐Star  as  a  senior  and  was  a  Second  Team  Morning  Sentinel/Kennebec  Journal  All‐Star  when  she  led  the  Bulldogs  to  the  region  semifinals…  Won  team’s  outstanding  senior  award…  MVC Academic All‐Star in both field hockey and softball… Played her  travel  ball  in  2009‐10  for  In The  Zone,  coached  by  her  mother, Ruth  LaChance,  and  in  2008‐09  for  the  Maine  Impact,  coached  by  Paul  McCarty… Finished fourth at the 2010 Maine ASA State Championships…  Personal…  Daughter  of  Donald  and  Ruth  LaChance…  Has  one  older  brother (R.J.‐23)… Born 7/10/92 (shares a birthday with teammate Kianna  Murphy)… Business Management major.

YR  W‐L  ’11  0‐1    0‐1    YR  GP  GS  ’11  2  1    2  1 

ERA  APP  0.00  2  0.00  2  AVG  .000  .000 

AB  0  0 

GS  1  1 

CG  0  0 

SH  0  0 

SV  0  0 

IP  1.0  1.0 

R  0  0 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0 

H  6  6 

R  6  6 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  0  .000  0  0  0  .000  0  0  34

 

ER  0  0 

 

BB  1  1 

SO  1  1 

SO  OB%  0  .000  0  .000 

HR  0  0 

WP  HBP  0  0  0  0 

SF  SH  0  0  0  0 

SB‐AT  0‐0  0‐0 

AB  9  9  PO  0  0 

OPP BA  .667  .667  A  0  0 

E  FLD%  0  ‐‐‐‐  0  ‐‐‐‐ 


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  ALLASYN’S AWARDS & HONORS 

#13 – Allasyn Lieneck Oldsmar, FL East Lake HS Sophomore • Outfield 5-04 • Bats S, Throws R

2011  (Freshman  year  at  Nichols  College):  Second  Team  All‐Commonwealth  Coast  Conference;  CCC  Rookie‐of‐the‐Week  for  March 20. 

  Transfer from Nichols College, a Division III school in Dudley, Massachusetts where she was the only player on the roster not from  New England or New York… Starting outfielder at Nichols as a freshman for coach Kristan Mallet, and helped the Bison finish 22‐17  overall and third in the Commonwealth Coast Conference with a 17‐7 record.    Freshman season highlights (2011)   Started all but one of Nichols’ 39 games in right field, hitting first or second in the batting order for much of the season   Led  the  Bison  with  a  .376  batting  average  (good  for  14th  in  the  conference)  and  a  .460  on‐base  percentage  (10th  in  the  conference)   Also led the Bison and the CCC with 20 stolen bases, getting caught only one time   Named the Commonwealth Coast Conference Rookie‐of‐the‐Week after her second week of the season, hitting .529 (9‐for‐ 17) with a double, six runs scored and five stolen bases in the six games leading up to that award   Started her college career with 10 games in Florida at the Gene Cusic Classic in Fort Myers where she hit .435 (10‐for‐23)  with 11 steals in 11 attempts   Hit her only home run in a 6‐1 win over Gordon (April 26)   Had 13 multi‐hit games, with a pair of 3‐hit games, and had three different doubleheaders with four hits… Also had a game  against Eastern Nazarene with a hit and three walks   Reached base safely in 12 of her first 13 games, and in 32 of 39 overall, and had at least one hit in 13 of her last 16 games   Had two RBI in two different games (March 27 at Curry and March 31 vs. Wentworth)   Hit .380 in conference play   Committed just one error in the field and had five outfield assists  In high school… 4‐year letter winner for coach Mike Estes at East Lake High School where she graduated in 2010… Played travel ball  for three years for the Shamrocks/Predators, coached by Jack Shirling… Also played for the Krusherz and coach Bernie Moye for one  year, and the Riptide and coach Jon Tallon for four years… Team finished second at the ISA State Tournament in 2011, and was the  NSA  Florida  state  champions  in  2009…  Has  several  former  teammates  playing  college  softball  at  different  schools  in  Florida,  including  Kelsey  Oonk  at  Sunshine  State  Conference  rival  Rollins  College���  Has  also  been  a  competitive  gymnast  for  eight  years…  Personal…  Daughter  of  Peter  and  Cathleen  Lieneck…  Has  one  older  brother  (Andrew‐22)…  Born  10/14/92…  Sports  Management  major.

YR  GP  GS  AVG  AB  R  ’11  39  38  .376  109  28    39  38  .376  109  28 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  41  9  6  0  1  41  9  6  0  1 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  50  .459  12  5  50  .459  12  5 

 

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SO  OB%  11  .460  11  .460 

SF  SH  0  2  0  2 

SB‐AT  20‐21  20‐21 

PO  37  37 

A  5  5 

E  FLD%  1  .977  1  .977 


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KIANNA’S AWARDS & HONORS 

#15 – Kianna Murphy Germantown, MD Seneca Valley HS Sophomore • Outfield 6-01 • Bats R, Throws R

2011 (Fr): NFCA Scholar‐Athlete; Sunshine State  Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll 

  Freshman season highlights (2011)   Made  her  Florida  Southern  debut  on  February  19  at  Flagler  as  a  pinch‐ hitter in the second game of that doubleheader   Later appeared in two games as an outfielder against Franklin Pierce  and Eckerd  In high school… 2010 graduate of Seneca Valley High School, which she  attended from 2008‐10… Spent her first two years at the Academy of  the  Holy  Cross…  Played  softball  for  coach  Larry  Raum  at  Seneca  Valley,  and  for  coach  Rusty  Dillon  at  Holy  Cross…  Helped  Seneca  Valley  reach  the  regional  semifinals  as  a  senior…  Also  played  basketball  in  high  school  and  was  an  all‐region  selection  as  a  senior, helping the Screaming Eagles go 27‐0, and win the Class 3A  Maryland  state  title…  Had  seven  points  and  15  rebounds  in  the  state  championship game,  a  62‐60  win  over  Western  High School  in which they erased a 19‐point, 2nd‐half deficit… Honor roll student  and  member  of  the  National  Honor  Society…  Played  for  Champions  Fastpitch  Softball  from  2006‐10,  coached  by  Rusty  Dillon and Kevin Wilson… Personal… Daughter of Karen Brassell‐ Murphy…  Has  one  older  sister  (Katelyn‐20)…  President’s  List  Scholar  at  Florida  Southern  in  both  semesters  of  her  freshman  year…  Member  of  Phi  Alpha  Delta  Law  Fraternity  and  Phi  Eta  Sigma…  Former  high  school  teammate  Kelsey  Wolfe  now  plays  basketball  at  the  University  of  Virginia…  Born  7/10/92  (shares  a  birthday  with  teammate  Lindsay  LaChance)…  Criminology  and  Sociology major with a minor in Physical Education.

YR  GP  GS  AVG  ’11  3  0  .000    3  0  .000 

AB  2  2 

R  0  0 

H  RBI  2B  3B  HR  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0 

TB  SLG  BB  HB  0  .000  0  0  0  .000  0  0  36

 

 

SO  OB%  2  .000  2  .000 

SF  SH  0  0  0  0 

SB‐AT  0‐0  0‐0 

PO  0  0 

A  0  0 

E  FLD%  0  ‐‐‐‐  0  ‐‐‐‐ 


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#5 – Megan Borak Clermont, FL East Ridge HS Freshman • Outfield 5-04 • Bats L, Throws R In high school… Comes to Florida Southern from East Ridge High School in Clermont… 4‐year letter winner for coach Ken Pitts and  Nicole Marconi… Class 6A Second Team All‐State as a senior when she hit .382 with six doubles, five triples, one home run and 24  RBI… Also went 20‐for‐21 on stolen base attempts and helped the Knights to a 25‐3 record, the Class 6A District 5 championship, and  a spot in the region final her senior year… Honorable mention All‐State as a junior, batting .490 with seven doubles, four triples and  25 RBI while going 21‐for‐23 on stolen bases… Helped lead the Knights to a 19‐4 record that year and another berth in the region  final… As a sophomore, hit .432 with six doubles, two home runs and 23 RBI… Played travel ball for the Tampa Heatwave for 10 years  where she was coached by Sonny LeBlanc and her father, Mike Borak… Helped the Heatwave advance to the 2010 USA/ASA Division  A National Championships in California… Teammate of three other Moccasin freshmen, Sam Gale, Dayna Hunn and Lauren Wolfe,  with the Heatwave… Personal… Daughter of Mike and Kathy Borak… Has two sisters (Jessica and Erin) and two brothers (Brandon  and Wayne)… Born 3/24/93… Communications major.     

#15 – Samantha Gale St. Cloud, FL St. Cloud HS Freshman • Pitcher/Catcher 5-06 • Bats R, Throws R In high school… 2011 graduate of St. Cloud High School where she was a 4‐year starter for coach Mike Gale, her father… As a pitcher  for the Bulldogs, had a career record of 56‐25 with a 1.29 ERA, and 604 strikeouts against 95 walks in 499.1 innings… As a senior, hit  a team‐leading .493 (34‐for‐69) with a .542 on‐base percentage, 12 doubles, two triples and 14 RBI… As a pitcher, went 14‐6 with a  1.20 ERA, 59 hits allowed, and 159 strikeouts with 12 walks in 128.2 innings… Named to the Bright House Sports Network All‐Central  Florida  Team…  Selected  to  play  in  the  FACA  Senior  All‐Star  Game…  Class  4A  District 10  Player‐of‐the‐Year…  Won  the  NFCA South  Region  High  School  Player‐of‐the‐Week  the  last  week  of  February…  As  a  junior  in  2010,  went  14‐8  with  a  1.39  ERA,  and  had  167  strikeouts and only 15 walks in 120.2 innings… Also hit .541 (33‐for‐61) as a junior with a .576 OBP, one double, eight triples, three  home runs and 23 RBI… Third Team All‐State as a sophomore when she hit .514 (36‐for‐70) and had a 15‐7 record as a pitcher with a  1.19  ERA…  Played  travel  ball  with  the  South  Florida  Mini  Bulls,  coached  by  Cliff  Litchfield,  and  the  Tampa  Heatwave,  coached  by  Mike  Borak… Helped  the  Heatwave  win  the  FAST  national  championship  in  2009…  Teammate  of  three  other  Moccasin  freshmen,  Megan  Borak,  Dayna  Hunn  and  Lauren  Wolfe,  with  the  Heatwave…  Personal…  Daughter  of  Mike  and  Cindy  Gale…  Has  two  older  sisters  (Missy‐33  and  Beth‐31)  and  two  older  brothers  (Martin‐22  and  Josh‐20)…  Grew  up  in  Des  Moines,  Iowa  before  moving  to  central Florida… Born 10/6/92… Nursing major.       

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#44 – Cassie Haynes Allen Park, MI Allen Park HS Freshman • Outfield 5-05 • Bats L, Throws R In high school… Graduated from Allen Park High School in 2011… Head coach of Allen Park was her mother, Patsy Curnell… Helped  the Jaguars win three district titles and one regional championship… Selected first team all‐region as a junior and senior… Saw her  batting average increase every year, hitting .389 as a junior and .404 as a senior when she set the school’s stolen base record… All‐ News Herald softball team in 2011… Three‐time first team all‐district (sophomore, junior and senior years)… All‐Academic Scholar  and Principal’s Presidential Scholar for all four years of her high school career… Won several other academic awards at Allen Park as  well, including one from the Michigan High School Athletic Association… National Honor Society member… Also played volleyball at  Allen Park… Played travel ball for the Allen Park Jags from 2007‐09, coached by Don Wolan, and the Michigan Synergy from 2009‐11,  coached by Julie Lollo… Placed second in the 2010 World Series in 2010… Personal… Daughter of Patsy Curnell and Tony Haynes…  Has  one  younger  sister  (Carmen‐10),  and  three  younger  brothers  (Cal‐8,  Ty‐5,  and  Will‐5)…  Her  mother  Patsy  played  at  Florida  Southern  from  1988‐89,  and  was  an  All‐American  second  baseman  in  1988…  Father  also  attended  Florida  Southern…  Her  cousin,  Bethany Boomer, was an All‐SSC designated player for the Moccasins in 2010… Born 9/14/93… Biology/Psychology major.   

#24 – Dayna Hunn Morriston, FL Williston HS Freshman • Utility 5-06 • Bats L, Throws R In  high  school…  Comes  to  Florida  Southern  from  Williston  High  School  where  she  played  two  years  of  softball  for  coach  Robert  Patterson (freshman and sophomore seasons) and two for coach Carl Williams (junior and senior)… Helped lead the Red Devils to  three  straight  district  titles  from  2009‐11,  and  the  Class  3A  Region  2  championship  as  a  junior…  Hit  .364  as  a  senior  and  was  Gainesville  Sun  All‐Area  Big  School  First  Team…  As  a  junior,  hit  .464  with  13  doubles,  three  triples,  seven  home  runs  and  32  RBI,  giving her a .940 slugging percentage as Williston advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals… Selected First Team All‐State and was  the  3A  Defensive  Player‐of‐the‐Year  as  a  third  baseman  and  catcher…  Gainesville  Sun  All‐Area  Big  School  Player‐of‐the‐Year  as  a  junior… Third Team All‐State and second team all‐area as a sophomore when she hit .415 with 30 RBI, and was honorable mention  all‐area as a freshman with a .458 batting average… Member of the National Honor Society and graduated seventh in her class at  Williston… Has played travel ball for the Gainesville Gold (coached by Paul Silverman), the Ocala Gold (coached by Mike Lingle), the  Gold Coast Hurricanes (coached by Marty Cooper), and the Tampa Heatwave (coached by Mike Borak)… Teammate of three other  Moccasin freshmen, Megan Borak, Sam Gale and Lauren Wolfe, with the Heatwave… Has two other former teammates now playing  at  the  college  level:  Jaymi  Bautista‐Geiger  at  Santa  Clara,  and  Taylor  Thomas  at  Savannah  Art  &  Design…  Personal…  Daughter  of  David and Dawna Hunn… Born 1/14/93… Biology major.     

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#17 – Marty Wilcox South Charleston, WV Charleston Catholic HS Freshman • Infield/Outfield 5-04 • Bats R, Throws R In high school… Graduated from Charleston Catholic High School in 2011 where she was a 4‐year starter at shortstop, playing for her  father John Wilcox, and set numerous records for the Irish… Four‐time First Team All‐State and four‐time First Team All‐Kanawha  County  selection  in  West  Virginia…  West  Virginia  Freshman‐of‐the‐Year  in  2008…  Hit  .527  with  eight  doubles,  four  triples,  three  home runs and 15 RBI as a senior… Hit .527 with 10 home runs and 34 RBI as a junior… Led the Kanawha Valley in batting all four  years and finished with a career high school batting average of .531… Hit 18 home runs in her career and stole 67 bases… Selected to  play in the North‐South All‐Star Softball Games as a senior… Also ran cross‐country all four years of her high school career… Played  her  travel  ball  in  Florida  for  the  South  Florida  Mini  Bulls  where  she  was  a  teammate  of  another  Moccasin  freshman,  Sam  Gale…  Team  won  the  18‐and‐under  ISA  national  championship  and  finished  third  in  the  18‐U  ASA  nationals…  Has  several  of  her  former  teammates  playing  at  the  college  level  now…  Played  second  base  and  the  outfield  in  travel  ball  in  addition  to  playing  shortstop  throughout her high school career… Personal… Daughter of John Wilcox and Dena Hall… Has one brother (Rocco)… Born 4/14/93…  Business major.     

#21 – Lauren Wolfe Lithia, FL Durant HS Freshman • Pitcher 5-07 • Bats R, Throws R In high school… 2011 graduate of Durant High School in Plant City where she played for coach Matt Carter… Class 5A Second Team  All‐State,  First  Team  All‐Hillsborough  County,  Second  Team  All‐Western  Conference,  Bright  House  Sports  Network  All‐Bay  Area  Team, and All‐Suncoast Honorable Mention as a senior… Was also selected as a 2‐time Max Preps Player‐of‐the‐Week and the NFCA  Regional Player‐of‐the‐Week once on March 7 (one week after current teammate Sam Gale won the same award)… Went 13‐6 with  a 1.42 ERA and 131 strikeouts in 123.0 innings… Opponents hit just .184 against her… Honorable mention all‐county as a sophomore  in  her  first  season  as  a  starter…  In  her  high  school  career,  struck  out  342  batters  in  317.2  innings,  with  a  30‐17  record  while  opponents hit only .170 against her… Spent most of her career as a pitcher, but still hit .313 with 13 RBI in limited at‐bats… Played  travel ball for the Tampa Heatwave for a total of seven years, coached by Mike Borak and Sonny LeBlanc… Teammate of three other  Moccasin  freshmen,  Megan  Borak,  Sam  Gale  and  Dayna  Hunn,  with  the  Heatwave…  Also  played  one  year  for  the  Florida  Gold,  coached  by  Mike  Bell…  Personal…  Daughter  of  Brian  and  Monica  Wolfe…  Has  one  older  sister  (Ellisa‐22),  one  younger  brother  (Devin‐11) and one younger sister (Riley‐10)… Born 4/15/93… Psychology major with a minor in business.

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Two‐time  All‐American  outfielder  Sarah Kohlbrenner helped lead Florida  Southern  to  three  regional  titles  from  2004‐07,  and  ranks  in  the  top  five  of  nearly every major offensive category. 41

 

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN ALL-AMERICANS NFCA ALL-AMERICANS 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Beth Greig (OF)* Chris Palmer (2B)*, Dori Stankewitz (P)*, Beth Greig (OF)** Robin Allen (OF)*, Dori Stankewitz (P)*, Patsy Sugo (2B)*, Jana Merten (DP)** Kellie Robinson (1B)*, Nycki Sandstede (P)*, Dianne Wiedemann (C)* Nycki Sandstede (P)*, Tangie Burns (OF)**, Kellie Robinson (UT)** Kellie Robinson (SS)*, Chrissy Teresi (2B)*, Tangie Burns (OF)**, Cindy Johansen (P)** Kellie Robinson (SS)*, Chrissy Teresi (2B)*, Wanda Graham (OF)** Wanda Graham (OF)*, Courtney Asbee (1B)**, Shelly Davis (SS)**, Katy Cortelyou (P)*** Shelly Davis (SS)*, Patty Fleig (3B)*** Traci Wood (OF)*, Shelly Davis (SS)** Traci Wood (OF)*, Shelly Davis (SS)*, Lisa McNeley (P)*** Lisa McNeley (P)**, Jennifer Potts (C)**, Jamie Doran (OF)** Julianne Coleman (P)** Julianne Coleman (P)*** Megan Brown (P)*, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)** Jesse Shepherd (SS)* Megan Brown (P)** Megan Brown (P)*, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)** Sara Lovestrand (UT)** Sara Lovestrand (SS)*

In 2004, Florida Southern had two NFCA All-Americans and one Academic All-American, a trio of players that helped the Moccasins sweep the annual Sunshine State Conference individual awards that year and finish as national runnersup. From left to right are Megan Brown (SSC Pitcher-of-the-Year), Stephanie Huber (SSC Player-ofthe-Year) and Sarah Kohlbrenner (SSC Freshman-of-the-Year). Chris Bellotto was also voted the SSC Coach-of-the-Year that season.

Kellie Robinson (above) was Florida Southern’s first 4-time All-American in any sport, and did it at two different positions. She was part of the inaugural class of the Florida Southern College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002.

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

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Dori Stankewitz (P)** Dori Stankewitz (P)** Jackie Folmar (OF)*** Karen Kull (3B)*** Kellie Robinson (SS)* Courtney Asbee (1B)** Katy Cortelyou (P) ** Katy Cortelyou (P)* Traci Wood (OF)** *Denotes First Team

1998 1999 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009

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Julianne Coleman (P)*** Julianne Coleman (P)*** Katie Wolfe (2B)* Stephanie Huber (3B)** Stephanie Huber (3B)* Megan Brown (P)*, Stacey Bronson (P)** Megan Brown (P)*, Leah English (C)** Sara Lovestrand (SS)**

**Denotes Second Team

***Denotes Third Team

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Shelly Davis was the Mocs’ second 4-time All-American in softball, and also the last. In 2007, she was voted the top player in the SSC for the first 25 years in which the league sponsored softball.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN ALL-AMERICANS

Beth Greig  1986, ’87 

Chris Palmer  1987 

Dori Stankewitz  1987, ’88, ’89

Robin Allen  1988

Jana Merten  1988 

Patsy Sugo  1988

Kellie Robinson  1989, ’90, ’91, ’92 

Nycki Sandstede  1989, ’90 

Dianne Wiedemann  1989

Tangie Burns  1990, ’91

Chrissy Teresi  1991, ’92 

Cindy Johansen  1991

Wanda Graham  1992, ’93 

Courtney Asbee  1993 

Katy Cortelyou  1993

Shelly Davis  1993, ’94, ’95, ’96

Patty Fleig  1994 

Traci Wood  1995, ’96

Lisa McNeley  1996, ’97 

Jamie Doran  1997

Jennifer Potts  1997

Julianne Coleman  1998, ’99 

Megan Brown  2004, ’06, ’07 

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ALL-REGION AND OTHER NATIONAL HONORS NCAA NATIONAL FINALS ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

NFCA ALL-SOUTH REGION

1987 - Beth Greig (OF), Dori Stankewitz (P) 1989 - Kellie Robinson (1B), Patsy Sugo (2B) 1993 - Katy Cortelyou (P), Shelly Davis (SS), Wanda Graham (OF), Jana Merten (at-large) 2004 - Ashley Alpizar (C), Megan Brown (P), Stephanie Huber (3B), Jesse Shepherd (SS) 2006 - Megan Brown (P) 2007 - Jackie Leppla (1B), Jesse Shepherd (SS)

1985 - Laurie Baker (3B), Teri Komer (OF) 1986 - Beth Greig (OF), Dori Stankewitz (P) 1987 - Beth Greig (OF)*, Rhonda Kaiser (P)*, Chris Palmer (3B)*, Jana Merten (P)*, Dori Stankewitz (P)*, Colleen DeGroot (SS)** 1988 - Robin Allen (OF)*, Jana Merten (DP)*, Dori Stankewitz (P)*, Patsy Sugo (2B)*, Dianne Wiedemann (C)* 1989 - Cindy Johansen (P)*, Kellie Robinson (1B)*, Nycki Sandstede (P)*, Dianne Wiedemann (C)*, Jackie Folmar (OF)** 1990 - Tangie Burns (OF)*, Cindy Johansen (P)*, Kellie Robinson (SS)*, Nycki Sandstede (P)*, Carolyn Pele (3B)**, 1991 - Tangie Burns (OF)*, Cindy Johansen (P)*, Kellie Robinson (SS)*, Chrissy Teresi (2B)*, Candy Carrico (P)** 1992 - Kellie Robinson (SS)*, Chrissy Teresi (2B)*, Wanda Graham (OF)*, Jana Merten (DP)*, Candy Carrico (P)* 1993 - Wanda Graham (OF)*, Courtney Asbee (1B)*, Shelly Davis (SS)*, Katy Cortelyou (P)** 1994 - Shelly Davis (SS)*, Patty Fleig (3B)*, Katy Cortelyou (P)* 1995 - Traci Wood (OF)*, Shelly Davis (SS)*, Kay Cortelyou (P)*, Patty Fleig (3B)**, Keisha Hardy (OF)** 1996 - Traci Wood (OF)*, Shelly Davis (SS)*, Lisa McNeley (P)*, Patty Fleig (2B)*, Keisha Hardy (OF)** 1997 - Lisa McNeley (P)*, Jennifer Potts (C)*, Jamie Doran (OF)* 1998 - Julianne Coleman (P)*, Jenny Coppage (3B)*, Amber Jaekel (SS)** 1999 - Julianne Coleman (P)*, Nikki George (OF)*, Amy Jackson (IF)** 2000 - Keltie Christian (P)*, Katie Wolfe (2B)**, Jamie Doran (OF)** 2001 - April Elston (C)*, Keltie Christian (P)*, Jackie Pavone (OF)** 2003 - Jackie Pavone (OF)** 2004 - Megan Brown (P)*, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)*, Krista Bradley (OF)**, Stephanie Huber (3B)** 2005 - Jesse Shepherd (SS)*, Stacey Bronson (P)**, Megan Brown (P)**, Leah English (C)**, Stephanie Huber (3B)**, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)** 2006 - Megan Brown (P)*, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)**, Jackie Leppla (1B)** 2007 - Ashley Alpizar (2B)*, Megan Brown (P)*, Leah English (C)*, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)*, Jesse Shepherd (SS)** 2008 - Sara Lovestrand (UT)*, Angela Williams (DP)** 2009 - Sara Lovestrand (SS)*, Angela Williams (DP)*, Lindsey Powell (OF)**

Beginning in 2001, the all-tournament team at the Division II Championship was selected without the requirement that every position be filled.

NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1989 - Patsy Sugo (2B / MVP), Robin Allen (OF), Jackie Folmar (OF), Debbie Rawn (SS), Tracey Ringstaff (3B), Kellie Robinson (1B), Nycki Sandstede (P) 1990 - Andrea Fellner (C), Karen Kull (2B), Carolyn Pele (3B), Nycki Sandstede (P) 1991 - Tangie Burns (OF), Karen Conway (DP), Wanda Graham (OF), Cindy Johansen (P), Kellie Robinson (SS) 1992 - Courtney Asbee (C), Tonya Regoli (P), Kellie Robinson (SS), Chrissy Teresi (2B) 1993 - Courtney Asbee (1B), Brandie Britton (C), Karen Conway (3B), Katy Cortelyou (at-large, P), Shelly Davis (SS), Wanda Graham (OF), Tonya Regoli (P) 1994 - Patty Fleig (3B), Keisha Hardy (OF) 1995 - Jenny Coppage (1B), Keisha Hardy (OF), Jennifer Potts (DP), Christy Smith (2B) 1996 - Jaime Bridges (3B), Julianne Coleman (P), Patty Fleig (2B), Keisha Hardy (OF), Amber Jaekel (1B), Traci Wood (OF) 1997 - Jenny Coppage (2B), Heather Dull (OF), Amber Jaekel (3B), Pam Mathews (SS), Lisa McNeley (P), Lori Moore (DP/1B, at-large) 1999 - Julianne Coleman (P), April Elston (C), Kelly Pickard (OF) 2000 - Keltie Christian (P), April Elston (C), Jackie Marchetta (SS), Carrie Newton (DP), Carla West (3B) 2004 - Megan Brown (P / MVP), Ashley Alpizar (C), Stephanie Huber (3B), Jackie Leppla (1B), Jesse Shepherd (SS) 2005 - Megan Brown (P), Stephanie Huber (3B), Jesse Shepherd (SS) 2006 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF / MVP), Ashley Alpizar (2B), Megan Brown (P), Leah English (C), Jackie Leppla (1B), Michelle Tatlock (OF) 2007 - Megan Brown (P/ MVP), Ashley Alpizar (2B), Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF) 2009 - Elli Howell (1B), Heather Raulerson (C)

*Denotes First Team, **Denotes Second Team

CHRIS BELLOTTO COACH-OF-THE-YEAR HONORS (National and Regional)

NFCA NATIONAL PLAYERS-OF-THE-WEEK

NATIONAL COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1989 ● 1993 SOUTH REGION COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1987 ● 1988 ● 1989 ● 1990 ● 1991 ● 1992 ● 1993 SOUTH REGION COACHING STAFF-OF-THE-YEAR 2004 ● 2006 ● 2007

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Natalie Lang  (3/4/09) 


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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS 1986 - Kathy Fishbaugh (2B)*, Chris Palmer (3B)*, Beth Greig (OF)*, Pam Sheffer (OF)*, Teresa Taylor (C)*, Rhonda Kaiser (1B)**, Colleen DeGroot (SS)**, Jackie Folmar (OF)**, Donna Patterson (OF)**, Dori Stankewitz (P)**

Jesse Shepherd is the only shortstop in league history to be named First Team All-SSC all four years of her career. From 2004 to 2007, Shepherd hit .393 with 82 RBI and 99 steals. Her 297 career hits rank second in the SSC record book, just one behind the total of another former Southern shortstop, Shelly Davis.

1987 - Chris Palmer (2B)*, Tracey Ringstaff (3B)*, Colleen DeGroot (SS)*, Beth Greig (OF)*, Donna Patterson (OF)*, Pam Sheffer (OF)*, Teresa Taylor (C)*, Dori Stankewitz (P)*, Jana Merten (DP)* 1988 - Patsy Sugo (2B)*, Tracey Ringstaff (3B)*, Robin Allen (OF)*, Linda Southard (OF)*, Dianne Wiedemann (C)*, Jana Merten (DP)*, Dori Stankewitz (P)*, Rhonda Kaiser (1B)**, Debbie Rawn (SS)**, Jackie Folmar (OF)**, Jana Merten (P)** 1989 - Kellie Robinson (1B)*, Robin Allen (OF)*, Jackie Folmar (OF)*, Dianne Wiedemann (C)*, Nycki Sandstede (P)*, Patsy Sugo (2B)**, Tracey Ringstaff (3B)**, Linda Southard (OF)**, Cindy Johansen (P)+, Debbie Rawn (SS)+ 1990 - Tangie Burns (OF)*, Carolyn Pele (3B)*, Kellie Robinson (SS)*, Nycki Sandstede (P)*, Andrea Fellner (C)**, Wendy Helms (DP)**, Cindy Johansen (P)**, Karen Kull (2B)**, Mickie Montgomery (1B)** 1991 - Tangie Burns (OF)*, Karen Conway (DP)*, Cindy Johansen (P)*, Karen Kull (3B)*, Kellie Robinson (SS)*, Chrissy Teresi (2B)*, Wanda Graham (OF)*, Andrea Fellner (C)**, Mickie Montgomery (1B)**, Candy Carrico (P)+

1998 - Julianne Coleman (P)*, Jennifer Coppage (2B)*, April Elston (C)*, Amber Jaekel (SS)*, Jennifer Potts (OF)*, Jamie Doran (OF)**

1992 - Kellie Robinson (SS)*, Chrissy Teresi (2B)*, Wanda Graham (OF)*, Jana Merten (DP)**, Tonya Regoli (P)*, Courtney Asbee (C)**, Candy Carrico (P)*, Karen Conway (3B)**, Brandie Britton (OF)+, Tangie Burns (OF)+

1999 - Julianne Coleman (P)*, Amy Jackson (IF)*, Jamie Bridges (IF)*, April Elston (C)*, Autumn Lynch (C)*, Amber Jaekel (IF)**, Jamie Doran (OF)**, Sara Lentz (P/IF)**, Heather Dull (IF/OF)+

1993 - Wanda Graham (OF)*, Courtney Asbee (C)*, Brandie Britton (C)*, Karen Conway (3B)*, Keisha Hardy (DP)*, Courtney Asbee (1B)**, Shelly Davis (SS)**, Katy Cortelyou (P)*, Tonya Regoli (P)**, Patty Fleig (2B)**, Jana Merten (1B)+, Julie Hansen (P)+

2000 - Keltie Christian (P)*, Jackie Marchetta (SS)*, Katie Wolfe (2B)*, Jamie Doran (OF)*, April Elston (C)*

1994 - Shelly Davis (SS)*, Patty Fleig (3B)*, Katy Cortelyou (P)*, Traci Wood (OF)*, Keisha Hardy (OF)**, Karen Conway (2B)+

2001 - Keltie Christian (P)*, April Elston (C)*, Jackie Pavone (OF)*

1995 - Katy Cortelyou (P)*, Traci Wood (OF)*, Patty Fleig (3B)*, Jenny Coppage (1B)*, Christy Smith (2B)*, Shelly Davis (SS)**, Keisha Hardy (OF)**, Julie Pederson (C)**, Kim Crawford (OF)**, Jennifer Potts (C)+

2003 - Jackie Pavone (OF)*, Bobbie Brandon (C)*, Teri Morgan (DP)*, Krista Bradley (OF)**, Stacey Bronson (P)**, Jen Rudock (1B)+

1996 - Lisa McNeley (P)*, Shelly Davis (SS)*, Patty Fleig (2B)*, Traci Wood (OF)*, Keisha Hardy (OF)**, Christy Smith (DP)**, Jennifer Potts (C/OF)+

2004 - Stephanie Huber (3B)*, Megan Brown (P)*, Jesse Shepherd (SS)*, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)*, Krista Bradley (OF)*, Ashley Alpizar (C)*, Jackie Leppla (1B)**

1997 - Lisa McNeley (P)*, Jennifer Potts (C)*, Jennifer Coppage (2B)*, Jamie Bridges (3B)*, Jamie Doran (OF)**, Amber Jaekel (SS)**, Julianne Coleman (P)**, Heather Dull (OF)**, Nikki George (OF)**, Lori Moore (DP)**

2005 - Ashley Alpizar (2B)*, Stephanie Huber (3B)*, Jesse Shepherd (SS)*, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)*, Leah English (C)*, Stacey Bronson (P)**, Megan Brown (P)**

2002 - Katie Wolfe (2B)**

2006 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)*, Megan Brown (P)*, Jackie Leppla (1B)*, Jesse Shepherd (SS)*, Angela Williams (DP)*, Natalie Lang (OF)+ 2007 - Megan Brown (P)*, Ashley Alpizar (2B)*, Leah English (C)*, Sarah Kohlbrenner (OF)*, Jesse Shepherd (SS)*, Angela Williams (DP)*, Jackie Leppla (1B)** 2008 - Angela Williams (DP)*, Sara Lovestrand (UT)*, Brittany Minton (P)**, Natalie Lang (OF)**, Lindsey Powell (OF)**

Angela Williams, who graduated in 2009, is one of five Moccasins who have been 4-time First Team All-SSC selections. She had a career batting average of .340, tied the school career record for home runs with 16, drove in 131 runs, and stole 63 bases.

2009 - Elli Howell (1B)*, Sara Lovestrand (SS)*, Natalie Lang (OF)*, Angela Williams (DP)*, Lindsey Powell (OF)**, Christine Clark (P)** 2010 - Bethany Boomer (DP)*, Lindsey Powell (OF)*, Christine Clark (UT)** 2011 - Brittany Martin (1B)*, Randi Grimes (DP)*, Dani Blake (OF)** *1st Team, **2nd Team, ***3rd Team, +Honorable Mention

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SSC INDIVIDUAL AWARD WINNERS SSC PLAYERS-OF-THE-YEAR (began in 1992)

SSC FEMALE ATHLETES-OF-THE-YEAR

1992 ... Kellie Robinson ..............Shortstop .............. Senior 1996 ... Shelly Davis ...................Shortstop .............. Senior 1997 ... Lisa McNeley .................Pitcher/DP ............ Senior 2004 ... Stephanie Huber ............Third Base ............ Junior 2006 ... Sarah Kohlbrenner .........Outfielder .............. Junior 2009 ... Sara Lovestrand.............Shortstop .............. Senior

1988......... Dori Stankewitz .............. Pitcher 1990......... Nycki Sandstede ............ Pitcher 1992......... Kellie Robinson .............. Shortstop 1996......... Shelly Davis ................... Shortstop 1997......... Lisa McNeley ................. Pitcher/DP 2007......... Megan Brown ................. Pitcher

Katy Cortleyou won the league’s first SSC Pitcher-ofthe-Year award in 1995, going 28-7 with a 1.36 ERA, 157 strikeouts and 37 walks in 195.2 innings. That included a 17-2 mark in conference play. Cortelyou was a 3-time First Team All-SSC selection who won 67 games during those three seasons and was the winning pitcher in the 1993 national championship game. Megan Brown won just about every award a player could win in her career, and her 124 victories are not only a school record, but a conference record as well. In 2007 alone, she was a First Team All-American, a First Team Academic All-American, the SSC Pitcher-of-the-Year, and the overall SSC Female Athleteof-the-Year. That same season, Brown and teammate Sarah Kohlbrenner were the only active players selected to the SSC Silver Anniversary Softball Team. Brown went on to earn an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and has played professional softball both in the United States and Italy.

SSC PITCHERS-OF-THE-YEAR (began in 1995) 1995 ... Katy Cortelyou ...............Pitcher .................. Senior 1996 ... Lisa McNeley .................Pitcher .................. Senior 1997 ... Lisa McNeley .................Pitcher .................. Senior 1998 ... Julianne Coleman ..........Pitcher .................. Junior 1999 ... Julianne Coleman ..........Pitcher .................. Senior 2000 ... Keltie Christian ...............Pitcher .................. Junior 2001 ... Keltie Christian ...............Pitcher .................. Senior 2004 ... Megan Brown .................Pitcher .................. Freshman 2006 ... Megan Brown .................Pitcher .................. Junior 2007 ... Megan Brown .................Pitcher .................. Senior

SSC SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM (Selected in 2007 to honor 25 years of SSC softball)

Lisa McNeley is the only player in league history to win both the SSC Player-of-the-Year and SSC Pitcher-ofthe-Year awards. She was 29-7 with a 1.00 ERA and 233 strikeouts in 209 innings, and led the Mocs in batting average (.393), doubles (13), triples (4), home runs (3), and RBI (40).

Chris Bellotto.............. Head Coach ...................... 1982-present Megan Brown ............. Pitcher ............................... 2004-07 Keltie Christian ........... Pitcher ............................... 2000-01 Julianne Coleman ...... Pitcher ............................... 1996-99 *Shelly Davis .............. Shortstop ........................... 1993-96 Patty Fleig .................. Second Base/Third Base... 1993-96 Wanda Graham.......... Outfielder........................... 1990-93 Stephanie Huber ........ Third Base ......................... 2004-05 Sarah Kohlbrenner ..... Outfielder ........................... 2004-07 Tracey Ringstaff ......... Third Base ......................... 1986-89 Kellie Robinson .......... Shortstop/First Base .......... 1989-92 Jana Merten ............... Pitcher/First Base/DP ........ 1987-88, 92-93 Dori Stankewitz .......... Pitcher ............................... 1985-88 Dianne Wiedemann ... Catcher.............................. 1988-89 Traci Wood................. Outfielder........................... 1993-96

SSC FRESHMEN-OF-THE-YEAR (began in 1995) 2000 ... Jackie Marchetta ............Shortstop .............. Freshman 2004 ... Sarah Kohlbrenner .........Outfielder .............. Freshman

SSC COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1983 ..... Chris Bellotto 1986 ..... Chris Bellotto 1987 ..... Chris Bellotto 1988 ..... Chris Bellotto 1989 ..... Chris Bellotto 1990 ..... Chris Bellotto 1992 ..... Chris Bellotto 1994 ..... Chris Bellotto

1996 ..... Chris Bellotto 1999 ..... Chris Bellotto 2000 ..... Chris Bellotto 2004 ..... Chris Bellotto 2006 ..... Chris Bellotto 2007 ..... Chris Bellotto 2009 ..... Chris Bellotto

*Selected as the top player in the SSC for the first 25 years. Florida Southern had 14 of the 31 players named to the team.

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SSC HALL OF FAME MEMBERS Dori Stankewitz, Pitcher (1994) – Her 81‐15  record  gives  her  a  career  winning  percentage of .844, the best in SSC history...  Had  a  37‐0  record  in  SSC  play...  Had  927  strikeouts, 55 shutouts, 90 complete games,  20 no‐hitters and three perfect games... Her  consecutive  scoreless  innings  streak  of  64.0  in  1988  was  an  NCAA  record  for  12  years,  and  her  20  strikeouts  in  one  game  are  still  the  NCAA  7‐inning  record...  Led  the  nation  in  strikeouts  per  game  three  times,  averaged  10.3  in  her  career,  and  was  the  1988  SSC  Female  Athlete‐of‐the‐Year...  Two‐time  All‐American,  three‐time All‐SSC, and two‐time Academic All‐American. 

Traci Wood, Outfielder (2007) – Ranks sixth  in  school  history  with  a  .404  career  batting  average…  Led  the  nation  in  stolen  bases  in  both 1995 and 1996... Her 81 steals in 1996  are  still  the  SSC  record,  and  her  school‐ record  183  career  steals  are  among  the  all‐ time  leaders  in  Division  II  history...  One  of  only  two  players  in  team  history  with  more  than  100  steals…  Scored  205  runs  in  her  career, a school record at the time, and a figure that still ranks  second…  Two‐time  First  Team  All‐American,  two‐time  First  Team All‐South Region and three‐time First Team All‐SSC.     

   

Kellie Robinson, First Base/Shortstop (1999)  –  Hit  .406  with  42  doubles,  15  triples,  six  home  runs,  50  steals  and  159  RBI  in  her  career...  Twice  led  the  SSC  in  doubles  and  RBI…  Never  finished  lower  than  third  in  the  SSC  in  batting,  and  also  finished  in  the  top  three of the SSC in RBI all four years... Florida  Southern’s first four‐time All‐American in any  sport  (1989‐92)...  The  1992  SSC  Player‐of‐ the‐Year and Female Athlete‐of‐the‐Year... Four‐time First Team  All‐South  Region  and  four‐time  First  Team  All‐SSC,  winning  those awards at two different positions. 

Julianne  Coleman,  Pitcher  (2008)  –  Career  record  of  80‐18  with  13  saves  and  a  school  record  for  lowest  opponents’  average  (.138)...  Two‐time  SSC  Pitcher‐of‐the‐Year,  two‐time  All‐American  and  two‐time  Academic  All‐American...  Posted  a  0.75  ERA  and  struck  out  857  batters  in  684.2  innings  with  28  shutouts...  Led  the  SSC  in  nearly  every pitching category as a junior, and was  first  or  second  as  a  senior...  Her  368  strikeouts  in  1998  are  a  school  record,  and  at  the  time  a  conference  record...  In  1998,  became the first pitcher in SSC history to win 30 games in one  season.

   

   

Chris  Bellotto,  Coach  (2000)  –  The  only  coach in team history… In 2007, became just  the  tenth  coach  at  any  NCAA  level  with  1,000 career wins… Has guided the Mocs to  24 SSC championships (including slow‐pitch)  and  eight  regional  titles…  The  conference  championships are the most by any coach in  SSC  history  for  any  sport,  and  the  most  for  any  softball  coach  in  Division  II…  Has  taken  Florida  Southern  to  three  national  championship  games  and  won  the  1993  national  title…  15‐time  SSC  Coach‐of‐the‐Year…  Has coached six SSC Hall of Famers, six SSC Female Athletes‐of‐ the‐Year, 45 All‐Americans, and 19 Academic All‐Americans.  

Wanda  Graham,  Outfielder  (2011)  –  Set  Florida  Southern’s  career  home  run  record  with  16  from  1990‐93…  Hit  .399  for  her  career with a .474 on‐base percentage, 125  RBI and 54 stolen bases… During the Mocs’  1993  national  championship  season,  set  school  records  for  batting  average  (.500)  and  OBP  (.577),  hit  seven  home  runs  and  had 50 RBI… Hit .571 with two homers that  season  in  the  national  tournament…  Two‐time  All‐American,  was  a  two‐time  First  Team  All‐South  Region  pick,  and  a  three‐ time First Team All‐SSC selection. 

   

Shelly  Davis,  Shortstop  (2005)  –  Four‐time  NFCA All‐American from 1993‐96 and was a  First Team selection her final three seasons…  Four‐time  First  Team  All‐South  Region  and  First  Team  All‐SSC…  Hit  .462  for  her  career,  good for third in SSC history… Ranks second  in  school  history  with  164  RBI,  and  her  298  hits and 58 doubles are both school and SSC  records…  Her  batting  average  and  .512  on  base percentage are Florida Southern career records… Hit .450  or  better  in  three  different  seasons,  including  a  .500  batting  average as a senior when she was named SSC Player‐of‐the‐Year  and SSC Female Athlete‐of‐the‐Year.  Wanda Graham with assistant athletic director Al Green 47

 

 


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MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS AND ACADEMIC WINNERS FLORIDA SOUTHERN ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD WINNERS

MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 1982 ... Jody Kay ........................Pitcher .................. Sophomore 1983 ... Jody Kay ........................Pitcher .................. Junior 1984 ... Jody Kay ........................Pitcher .................. Senior 1985 ... Susan Young .................Outfielder .............. Senior 1986 ... Beth Greig ......................Outfielder .............. Junior 1987 ... Beth Greig ......................Outfielder .............. Senior 1988 ... Dori Stankewitz ..............Pitcher .................. Senior 1989 ... Dianne Wiedemann .......Catcher ................. Senior 1990 ... Nycki Sandstede ............Pitcher .................. Senior 1991 ... Cindy Johansen .............Pitcher .................. Senior 1992 ... Kellie Robinson ..............Shortstop .............. Senior 1993 ... Wanda Graham..............Outfielder .............. Senior 1994 ... Shelly Davis ...................Shortstop .............. Sophomore 1995 ... Katy Cortelyou ...............Pitcher .................. Senior 1996 ... Shelly Davis ...................Shortstop .............. Senior 1997 ... Lisa McNeley .................Pitcher/DP ............ Senior 1998 ... Julianne Coleman ..........Pitcher .................. Junior 1999 ... Julianne Coleman ..........Pitcher .................. Senior 2000 ... Keltie Christian ...............Pitcher .................. Junior 2001 ... Keltie Christian ...............Pitcher .................. Senior 2002 ... Katie Wolfe ....................Second Base ........ Senior 2003 ... Bobbie Brandon .............Catcher ................. Senior Teri Morgan ...................Pitcher/DP ............ Senior 2004 ... Megan Brown .................Pitcher .................. Freshman 2005 ... Jesse Shepherd .............Shortstop .............. Sophomore 2006 ... Megan Brown .................Pitcher .................. Junior 2007 ... Megan Brown .................Pitcher .................. Senior 2008 ... Sara Lovestrand.............Shortstop/2B ......... Junior 2009 ... Sara Lovestrand.............Shortstop .............. Senior 2010 ... Christine Clark ...............Pitcher/OF/1B ....... Sophomore 2011 ... Christine Clark ...............Pitcher .................. Junior

Jody Kay won the team MVP award during all three seasons of slowpitch competition. She hit .447 during those years, drove in over 100 runs, and also had a 79-34 record with 33 shutouts.

2001 .... April Elston .................... Catcher................. Senior 2002 .... Katie Wolfe .................... Second Base ........ Senior 2003 .... Stephanie Huber............ (Redshirt) ............. Junior 2004 .... Stacey Bronson ............. Pitcher .................. Sophomore 2005 .... Megan Brown ................ Pitcher .................. Sophomore 2006 .... Leah English .................. Catcher................. Junior 2007 .... Megan Brown ................ Pitcher .................. Senior 2008 .... Natalie Lang .................. Outfielder.............. Junior 2009 .... Natalie Lang .................. Outfielder.............. Senior 2010 .... Karlyn Scott ................... Outfielder.............. Sophomore 2011 .... Karlyn Scott ................... Outfielder.............. Junior

2010 and 2011 Scholar-Athlete Award winner Karlyn Scott with athletic director Pete Meyer

Keltie Christian was the Mocs’ MVP in 2000 and 2001, a 2-year span that saw her post a 50-23 record with 23 shutouts, nine saves, a 0.80 ERA, and 708 strikeouts in 524.0 innings.

Megan Brown is Florida Southern’s only 3-time MVP during the fastpitch era and the only freshman to win the award. In 2004, she went 36-5 with a 0.44 ERA and won four games in the national tournament. 48

 

 

Christine Clark has been the Mocs’ MVP each of the last two seasons. Last year she had 22 of Florida Southern’s 25 wins, picked up one save, and hit .298 with six doubles, one home run and 15 RBI.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN TEAM RECORDS TEAM SINGLE GAME BATTING AT BATS: ......................... 75 - vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) 45 - vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 RUNS: .............................. 42 - vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 HITS: ............................... 30 - at Florida Tech, 4/12/94 DOUBLES: ......................... 8 - vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 TRIPLES: ........................... 4 - vs. South Florida, 4/22/93 - vs. Palm Beach Atlantic, 2/11/06 HOME RUNS: ..................... 5 - vs. St. Leo, 4/2/85 - vs. Claflin (at Fort Valley, GA), 4/7/06 - at West Georgia, 3/7/10 TOTAL BASES: .............. 54 - vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 (18 1b, 8 2b, 3 3b) RUNS BATTED IN: .......... 33 - vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 STRIKEOUTS: ................. 16 - vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) 16 - vs. West Florida, 5/15/05 (13 inn.) 15 - vs. Ala.-Huntsville, at Valdosta 2/24/01 15 - at Florida Tech, 2/26/10 (15 inn.) WALKS: ........................... 23 - vs. St. Michael's, 2/27/00 STOLEN BASES: ............. 14 - vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 STOLEN BASE ATT: ....... 14 - vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 EXTRA BASE HITS: ........ 11 - vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 (8 2b, 3 3b) HIT BATTERS: ................... 4 - vs. Barry, 3/22/91 4 - vs. Sacred Heart, 3/8/97 4 - vs. Nova SE, 4/28/11 (12 inn.) MOST RUNS, BOTH: ....... 42 - FSC 42, Rollins 0, 4/14/93 LEFT ON BASE: ............. 20 - at Barry, 4/21/07 (13 inn.) 20 - vs. Nova SE, 4/29/11 (15 inn.) 16 - vs. Rollins, 3/14/91 16 - vs. Barry, 3/24/95

SEASON OFFENSE HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE .......................................... .376 (1995) MOST VICTORIES ............................ 55 (55-8 in both 2004 and 2006) MOST GAMES PLAYED ....................................................... 66 (2007) MOST AT BATS ............................................................... 1,799 (2007) MOST RUNS SCORED ....................................................... 401 (2006) MOST HITS ......................................................................... 589 (2007) MOST DOUBLES .................................................................. 88 (2007) MOST TRIPLES .................................................................... 35 (1987) MOST HOME RUNS ............................................................. 30 (2009) MOST RUNS BATTED IN ................................................... 333 (2006) MOST TOTAL BASES ......................................................... 771 (2007) HIGHEST SLUGGING PERCENTAGE .............................. .484 (1993) MOST STOLEN BASES ................................... 191 (1995, 191-of-202) MOST STRIKEOUTS .......................................................... 251 (2004) MOST BASE ON BALLS ..................................................... 224 (1988) MOST SACRIFICES ............................................................ 109 (1993) MOST HIT BY PITCH ............................................................ 31 (2009) SEASON DEFENSE MOST PUTOUTS ............................................................. 1,367 (2007) MOST ASSISTS .................................................................. 593 (2007) MOST ERRORS .................................................................... 73 (2011) MOST TOTAL CHANCES ................................................ 2,014 (2007) HIGHEST FIELDING PERCENTAGE ................................ .978 (2000) SEASON PITCHING LOWEST EARNED RUN AVERAGE ..................... 0.68 (1987 & 2004) MOST APPEARANCES ........................................................ 96 (2000) MOST COMPLETE GAMES.................................................. 49 (1989) MOST SAVES ....................................................................... 10 (1999) MOST SHUTOUTS................................................................ 30 (2006) MOST INNINGS PITCHED............................................... 455.2 (2007) MOST RUNS GIVEN UP ..................................................... 162 (2011) MOST HITS GIVEN UP ....................................................... 331 (2002) MOST WALKS ..................................................................... 137 (2007) MOST STRIKEOUTS .......................................................... 451 (2001) MOST WILD PITCHES .......................................................... 37 (1985) MOST HIT BATSMEN ........................................................... 37 (2007)

TEAM SINGLE GAME FIELDING PUTOUTS: ....................... 63 - vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) ASSISTS: ......................... 20 - vs. Nova SE, 4/28/11 (12 inn.) 19 - vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) 17 - vs. Florida Gulf Coast, 5/13/07 17 - vs. Wayne State (MI), 3/10/08 TOTAL CHANCES: ......... 86 - vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) (21 innings, 63 PO, 19 A, 4 E) DOUBLE PLAYS: .............. 2 - several times, most recently vs. Warner, 3/22/11 ERRORS: ........................... 8 - vs. Nova SE, 4/29/11 (15 inn.) 7 - vs. Wisconsin-Parkside, 2/28/97 7 - vs. East Stroudsburg, 3/25/99

MISCELLANEOUS LONGEST GAME: .............21 innings vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (BU 2, FSC 1) LONGEST DH: .... 35 inn. vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (FSC wins 2nd game, 2-1) MARGIN OF VICTORY ........................ 42 (4/14/93) FSC 42, Rollins 0 MARGIN OF DEFEAT .................. 12 (4/8/85) South Florida 13, FSC 1 LONGEST WINNING STREAK ............................. 31 (2/26 to 3/26/04) LONGEST LOSING STREAK.............................. 6 (4/20 to 4/28/2002) BEST WON-LOST PERCENTAGE ........................... .891 (1987, 49-6) HITTING STREAK ................. 20 games, Elli Howell (4/9/09 – 2/26/10) CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS ...................................... 64.0, Dori Stankewitz (3/4/88 to 3/20/88) CONSECUTIVE PITCHING VICTORIES ......................................... 19, Dori Stankewitz (3/4/88 - 4/09/88) & Megan Brown (2/26/04 - 3/27/04) SEASON STRIKEOUT RATIO ...................................... 11.5 per 7 inn, Dori Stankewitz (1986) CAREER STRIKEOUT RATIO ...................................... 10.3 per 7 inn, Dori Stankewitz (1986)

TEAM SINGLE GAME PITCHING STRIKEOUTS: ................. 24 - vs. West Florida, 5/15/05 (13 inn.) 23 - vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) 20 - vs. Tampa, 4/14/87 FEWEST HITS: .................. 0 - several times, most recently vs. Florida Tech, 4/21/11 MOST RUNS: .................. 13 - vs. South Florida, 4/8/85 13 - vs. Florida Atlantic, 4/21/98 MOST EARNED RUNS: ..... 9 - at Valdosta State, 3/4/10 MOST HITS: ..................... 14 - several times, most recently vs. Dominican (NY), 3/1/10 (8 inn.) MOST WALKS: ................ 12 - vs. Saint Leo, 4/20/95 MOST WILD PITCHES: .... 8 - vs. South Florida, 4/8/85 MOST HIT BATTERS: ....... 4 - vs. Alabama-Huntsville, 3/10/07 4 - vs. Nova SE, 4/29/11 (15 inn.) 49

 

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS INDIVIDUAL BATTING AT BATS: 9 - Autumn Lynch vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) 9 - Mara Baker vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) RUNS: 6 - Patty Fleig vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 HITS: 5 - Shelly Davis vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 5 - Jana Merten vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 5 - Jackie Pavone vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) DOUBLES: 3 - Karen Conway vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 3 - Jana Merten vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 3 - Ashley Alpizar vs. Lynn, 4/29/07 3 - Sara Lovestrand vs. North Alabama, 3/6/09 TRIPLES: 2 - many, last by Steph Graziani at Warner, 3/9/11 HOME RUNS: 2 - fifteen times, most recently Brittany Martin at Barry, 3/25/11 TOTAL BASES: 10 - Angela Williams at West Georgia, 3/7/09 - Brittany Martin at Eckerd, 3/18/11 RUNS BATTED IN: 8 - Wanda Graham vs. Rollins, 3/19/93 8 - Jana Merten vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 WALKS: 5 - Heather Dull vs. Saint Michael's, 2/27/00 5 - Pam Sheffer vs. Bethune-Cookman, 2/20/86 STRIKEOUTS: 4 - several times STOLEN BASES: 5 - Keisha Hardy vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 5 - Traci Wood vs. Tampa, 4/18/95 STOLEN BASE ATTEMPTS: 5 - Keisha Hardy vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 5 - Traci Wood vs. Tampa, 4/18/95 HIT BY PITCH: 2 - several, most recently by Steph Graziani vs. Nova SE, 4/29/11 TIMES REACHED BASE: 6 - Pam Sheffer vs. St. Leo, 4/2/85 (2-for-2, 4 walks) 6 - Shelly Davis vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 (5-for-6, 1 walk) 6 - Jana Merten vs. Rollins, 4/14/93 (5-for-5, 1 walk) 6 - Brittany Martin vs. Nova SE, 4/29/11 (3-for-5, 3 walks), 15 inn.

Keltie Christian

Game two went 14 innings, with Elston behind the plate for all of it once again. Christian entered the game with one out in the top of the 10th inning and finished it off for Carrie Newton, striking out nine more Buccaneers in 4.2 innings. She eventually earned a 1-0 victory when the Mocs strung together three straight singles in the bottom of the 14th, and pinch-runner Tracey Edwards scored on a wild pitch.

April Elston

The 21-inning game is tied for the longest in Division II history, with LeMoyne (NY) and SUNY-Cortland playing a 21-inning game in 1992. The 35 innings stands alone though as the longest doubleheader. Later in 2001, Florida Southern would be involved in another long doubleheader at Tampa, but the Mocs weren’t as fortunate in that one. The Spartans won both games, 1-0 and 2-1 in 17 innings. INDIVIDUAL PITCHING INNINGS PITCHED: 21.0 - Keltie Christian vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) INNINGS PITCHED, DOUBLEHEADER: 25.2 - Keltie Christian vs. Barry, 4/01/01 STRIKEOUTS: 23 - Keltie Christian vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) 20 - Dori Stankewitz vs. Tampa, 3/14/87 – NCAA 7-inn. record MOST HITS: 13 - Lori Moore vs. North Florida 2/22/98 MOST WALKS: 12 - Traci Hertzog vs. Saint Leo, 4/20/95 MOST RUNS: 13 - Dori Stankewitz vs. South Florida, 4/8/85 MOST EARNED RUNS: 9 - Brittaney Alderman at Valdosta State, 3/4/10 WILD PITCHES: 8 - Dori Stankewitz vs. South Florida, 4/8/85 HIT BATTERS: 4 - Megan Brown vs. Alabama-Huntsville, 3/10/07 (10 inn.) 4 - Morgan Brown vs. Nova SE, 4/29/11 (15 inn.)

INDIVIDUAL FIELDING PUTOUTS: 24 - April Elston vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) *23 - Leah English vs. West Florida, 5/15/05 (13 inn.) 20 - Mindi Fitch vs. Tampa, 3/14/87 ASSISTS: *10 - Megan Brown vs. St. Cloud State, 5/16/04 TOTAL CHANCES: 27 - April Elston vs. Barry, 4/01/01 (21 inn.) *24 - Leah English vs. West Florida, 5/15/05 (13 inn.) 20 - Mindi Fitch vs. Tampa, 4/14/87 ERRORS: 3 - several times

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On April 1, 2001, Keltie Christian and April Elston were part of the longest game in team history, and one of the longest ever played in Division II softball. Christian pitched all 21 innings of a 2-1 loss to Barry and set a school record with 23 strikeouts, which also tied the national record. That helped Elston, who caught all 21 innings, set two team records with 24 putouts and 27 total chances. That was just game one of the doubleheader.

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS March 25, 1986 April 9, 1987 April 23, 1987 April 4, 1988 April 16, 1990 April 16, 1992 March 19, 1993 March 21, 1995 March 16, 1997 April 15, 1997 April 13, 1998 March 5, 1999 Feb. 27, 2000 Feb. 20, 2002 March 4, 2003 April 21, 2011

March 25, 1985 April 2, 1985 April 6, 1988 March 31, 1989 March 19, 1993 March 25, 1997 March 6, 2005 April 7, 2006 March 7, 2009 March 28, 2009 May 9, 2009 March 7, 2010

Dori Stankewitz Rhonda Kaiser Dori Stankewitz Dori Stankewitz Nycki Sandstede Tonya Regoli Julie Hansen Katy Cortelyou Lisa McNeley Lisa McNeley Julianne Coleman Lori Moore Keltie Christian (4.0) Teri Morgan (1.0) Jenny Buckman (3.0) Alcira Adriatco (2.0) Teri Morgan Christine Clark

Susan Young Susan Young Robin Allen Kellie Robinson Wanda Graham Pam Matthews Ashley Alpizar Marisa Chase Angela Williams Christine Clark Elli Howell Lindsey Powell Christine Clark March 18, 2011 Brittany Martin March 25, 2011 Brittany Martin

PERFECT GAMES Saint Leo (1st) W, 15-0 (5) at Rollins (2nd) W, 10-0 (5) at Bethune-Cookman (1st) W, 18-0 (5) at Rollins (1st) W, 17-0 (5) Florida Tech (1st) W, 9-0 Saint Leo (2nd) W, 6-0 at Rollins (1st) W, 20-0 (5) st Eckerd (1 ) W, 17-0 (5) vs. LIU-C.W. Post W, 6-0 Eckerd (1st) W, 8-0 (6) Eckerd (1st) W, 2-0 nd Lynn (2 ) W, 10-0 (5) vs. St. Michael’s W, 28-0 (5)

14 strikeouts, including first 10 batters 3 Ks (fewest in FSC perfect game), one ball hit out of infield 11 strikeouts, nothing hit out of the infield 2nd straight no-hitter for Stankewitz, 10 Ks, nothing out of IF 9 strikeouts, Panthers had one base runner (BB) in DH 3 strikeouts, Burns (LF) throws runner out at first from the OF 10 strikeouts, nothing hit out of the infield 7 strikeouts, one ball hit out of the infield Rebel Games in Ocoee, 10 Ks, also went 3-for-4 with 3 RBI second perfect game of the year, 8 Ks, 2-for-3 with 1 RBI 13 strikeouts, one ball hit out of the infield 4 strikeouts, four assists for Moore, one ball hit out of infield season opener at Disney, both pitchers making FSC debut

Bates (2nd)

W, 17-0 (5)

two freshmen in college debut on opening day

vs. Northwood, MI Florida Tech

W, 8-0 (5) W, 1-0

Rebel Games in Kissimmee, 5 Ks, nothing hit out of the infield 4 Ks, Mocs have four hits and score on 2-out 1B in 6th inn.

Moccasins With Two Home Runs in a Game Eckerd W, 11-1 2-run HR in 3rd, 3-run HR in 4th nd Saint Leo (2 ) W, 36-0 solo HR in 2nd, 2-run HR in 4th at Saint Leo (1st) W, 12-0 3-run HR in 3rd, solo HR in 7th nd Saint Leo (2 ) W, 3-0 solo HR in 4th, 2-run HR in 6th nd at Rollins (2 ) W, 18-0 3-run HR in 1st, grand slam in 4th vs. Erskine W, 10-2 solo HR in 4th, 2-run HR in 6th at West Georgia (1st) W, 9-3 solo HR in 5th, 2-run HR in 6th vs. Claflin W, 27-0 3-run HR in 2nd, 2-run HR in 5th at West Georgia W, 9-4 3-run HR in 3rd, 2-run HR in 6th nd at Eckerd (2 ) W, 10-2 2-run HR in 2nd, solo HR in 5th vs. Tampa W, 8-6 3-run HR in 4th, 3-run HR in 5th at West Georgia W, 11-1 solo HR in 4th, solo HR in 5th at West Georgia W, 11-1 solo HR in 4th, solo HR in 5th at Eckerd W, 13-1 solo HR in 4th, 2-run HR in 5th at Barry W, 8-5 solo HR in 2nd, 3-run HR in 3rd (1st)

on deck when game ended in 5th hit three HRs in doubleheader hit three HRs in doubleheader accounted for every run also had 1B, 2 BB, 8 RBI in game game in Ocoee, only career HRs only home runs of the season in Byron, GA; first one hit as a PH also had 2B, 10 total bases, 6 RBI 2 of her 5 hits as a freshman NCAA South Regional at Valdosta separated from Clark by one batter separated from Powell by one batter also had 2B and 10 total bases 6 hits and 4 BBs in 3-game series

THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED FOR THE MOCCASINS FSC scored 20 runs .......................................... April 7, 2006 vs. Clark Atlanta (Won 21-0 in Fort Valley, GA) FSC scored 10+ runs in an inning ............... March 5, 2007 vs. Salem Int’nal. (scored 11 runs in 2nd inning of 17-1 win) No-hitter ............................................................ April 21, 2011 vs. Florida Tech (Christine Clark, 1-0) 7-inning no-hitter ............................................. April 21, 2011 vs. Florida Tech (Christine Clark, 1-0) FSC was no-hit:.............. March 4, 2010 by Valdosta State’s Holly Satterfield (Lost 10-0 in 5 inninings) FSC was one-hit:....................................................... March 31, 2007 at Rollins (Lost 1-0 in 10 innings, 2nd game) FSC turned a triple play ........................................... March 27, 2009 at Eckerd (8-6-3-4 in the 5th inning of a 9-1 win) FSC hit into a triple play ................... April 20, 2006 vs. Webber International (4-3-6 in the 3rd inning of an 8-0 win)

FSC player had four hits in a game ............................................ April 29, 2011 (Heather Raulerson vs. Nova Southeastern, 15 innings) FSC hit three or more home runs in a game ............................. March 7, 2010 (hit five in 11-1 win at West Georgia) FSC hit back-to-back home runs................................................ March 7, 2004 (Stephanie Huber & Jackie Leppla vs. Quincy, at Carrollton, GA) FSC player hit a grand slam ..................................................... March 24, 2010 (Lindsey Powell vs. Rollins, inside-the-park) FSC player hit a pinch-hit home run ........................................ March 26, 2011 (Peggy Alex at Barry; 2-run HR in 2nd inning) FSC player led off a game with a home run .............................. March 5, 2010 (Bethany Boomer, in 5-0 win vs. Columbus State in Carrollton, GA) FSC player ended a game with a home run ............................... April 13, 2008 (Sara Lovestrand vs. Barry, 1st game; FSC 3, Barry 1) FSC pitcher pitched an extra-inning shutout ..................... February 21, 2008 (Brittany Minton vs. Palm Beach Atlantic, 1-0 in 10 innings) 51

 

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SEASON & CAREER BATTING RECORDS TRIPLES (SEASON) 11 - Robin Allen (1989) 10 - Patty Fleig (1995) 10 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004) 9 - Sara Lovestrand (2009) 8 - Robin Allen (1988) 8 - Shelly Davis (1993) 8 - Keisha Hardy (1995) 8 - Angela Williams (2006) 7 - several players, most recently two in 2006

4-time All-American Shelly Davis holds several school records including a .500 batting average in 1996, and a .462 career average.  BATTING AVERAGE (SEASON) .500 - Wanda Graham (1993) .500 - Shelly Davis (1996) .489 - Patty Fleig (1994) .467 - Traci Wood (1995) .461 - Shelly Davis (1993) GAMES PLAYED (SEASON) 66 - six players (all in 2007) 63 - 12 players (6 in both 2004 & ‘06) 62 - Jackie Marchetta (2000) 62 - Katie Wolfe (2000) 61 - April Elston (2000) 61 - Kelly Pickard (2000) 60 - Jamie Doran (2000) 60 - Jackie Leppla (2007) AT BATS (SEASON) 215 - Jesse Shepherd (2007) 210 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2007) 208 - Krista Bradley (2004) 204 - Sara Lovestrand (2009) 202 - Jesse Shepherd (2004) RUNS SCORED (SEASON) 73 - Traci Wood (1995) 70 - Sara Lovestrand (2009) 66 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2006) 65 - Traci Wood (1996) 57 - Robin Allen (1989) 57 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2005) HITS (SEASON) 92 - Sara Lovestrand (2009) 85 - Shelly Davis (1996) 84 - Jesse Shepherd (2007) 82 - Shelly Davis (1993) 80 - Traci Wood (1996) DOUBLES (SEASON) 23 - Shelly Davis (1996) 20 - Sara Lovestrand (2009) 18 - Kellie Robinson (1992) 17 - Patty Fleig (1996) 16 - Chrissy Teresi (1992) 16 - Karen Conway (1993) 16 - Natalie Lang (2006)

BATTING AVERAGE (CAREER) .462 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) .423 - Sara Lovestrand (2008-09) .417 - Patty Fleig (1993-96) .417 - Beth Greig (1986-87) .406 - Kellie Robinson (1989-92) .404 - Traci Wood (1993-96) GAMES PLAYED (CAREER) 241 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 241 - Jesse Shepherd (2004-07) 232 - Jackie Leppla (2004-07) 230 - Natalie Lang (2006-09) 230 - Angela Williams (2006-09) 228 - Ashley Alpizar (2004-07) 220 - Jamie Doran (1997-00)

HOME RUNS (SEASON) 11 - Sara Lovestrand (2009) 8 - Angela Williams (2009) 7 - Susan Young (1985) 7 - Wanda Graham (1993) 7 - Autumn Lynch (1999) 7 - Brittany Martin (2011) 6 - Dianne Wiedmann (1989) 5 - several players, most recently Elli Howell (2009)

AT BATS (CAREER) 756 - Jesse Shepherd (2004-07) 713 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 685 - Jackie Leppla (2004-07) 684 - Natalie Lang (2006-09) 658 - Jamie Doran (1997-00)

RUNS BATTED IN (SEASON) 69 - Patty Fleig (1995) 65 - Jackie Leppla (2006) 64 - Stephanie Huber (2004) 64 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004) 55 - Kellie Robinson (1989) 54 - Jana Merten (1988)

RUNS SCORED (CAREER) 207 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 205 - Traci Wood (1993-96) 189 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) 183 - Jesse Shepherd (2004-07) 171 - Kellie Robinson (1989-92) HITS (CAREER) 298 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) 297 - Jesse Shepherd (2004-07) 279 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 264 - Kellie Robinson (1989-92) 247 - Traci Wood (1993-96)

TOTAL BASES (SEASON) 163 - Sara Lovestrand (2009) 118 - Shelly Davis (1996) 114 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2007) 112 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004) 109 - Shelly Davis (1993) 109 - Stephanie Huber (2004)

DOUBLES (CAREER) 58 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) 42 - Kellie Robinson (1989-92) 42 - Jana Merten (1987-88, 92-93) 40 - Natalie Lang (2006-09) 39 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 37 - Ashley Alpizar (2004-07)

BASE ON BALLS (SEASON) 43 - Ashley Alpizar (2004) 39 - Ashley Alpizar (2006) 33 - Karen Kull (1990) 32 - Robin Allen (1989) 32 - Angela Williams (2007) 31 - Robin Allen (1988) 31 - Patsy Sugo (1988) 31 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004) 31 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2005)

TRIPLES (CAREER) 28 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 24 - Patty Fleig (1993-96) 19 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) 19 - Robin Allen (1988-89) 19 - Angela Williams (2006-09) 18 - Wanda Graham (1990-93) 18 - Michelle Tatlock (2005-08) 15 - Kellie Robinson (1989-92)

ON BASE PERCENTAGE (SEASON) .577 - Wanda Graham (1993) .553 - Shelly Davis (1996) .538 - Patty Fleig (1994) .536 - Shelly Davis (1994) .509 - Keisha Hardy (1994)

HOME RUNS (CAREER) 16 - Wanda Graham (1990-93) 16 - Angela Williams (2006-09) 15 - Sara Lovestrand (2008-09) 12 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 12 - Jackie Leppla (2004-07) 11 - Autumn Lynch (1998-99, 00-01) 9 - Heather Dull (1997-00) 9 - Chris Palmer (1986-87) 9 - Ashley Alpizar (2004-07) 9 - Leah English (2005-07) 9 - Elli Howell (2008-10)

STOLEN BASES (SEASON) 81 - Traci Wood (1996) 71 - Traci Wood (1995) 46 - Keisha Hardy (1995) 45 - Keisha Hardy (1994) 37 - Krista Bradley (2003) SACRIFICE BUNTS (SEASON) 21 - Jennifer Potts (1997) 19 - Jesse Shepherd (2007) 17 - Karen Conway (1993) 17 - Jennifer Coppage (1997) 17 - Jennifer Potts (1998) 16 - Shelly Davis (1993) 16 - Christy Smith (1996) 16 - Peggy Alex (2009) 14 - Jesse Shepherd (2004) 14 - Angela Williams (2007) 14 - Natalie Lang (2007)

RUNS BATTED IN (CAREER) 173 - Patty Fleig (1993-96) 166 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 164 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) 162 - Jackie Leppla (2004-07) 159 - Kellie Robinson (1989-92)

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Sara Lovestrand played only two years at Florida Southern, but the 2-time All-American is 2nd on the school’s career home run list. She also set season records for home runs and hits in 2009.  TOTAL BASES (CAREER) 410 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 394 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) 354 - Kellie Robinson (1989-92) 327 - Patty Fleig (1993-96) 318 - Angela Williams (2006-09) BASE ON BALLS (CAREER) 118 - Ashley Alpizar (2004-07) 103 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 90 - Angela Williams (2006-09) 82 - Tracey Ringstaff (1986-89) 82 - Keisha Hardy (1993-96) 70 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) ON BASE PERCENTAGE (CAREER) .512 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) .477 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) .476 - Sara Lovestrand (2008-09) .474 - Wanda Graham (1990-93) .464 - Keisha Hardy (1993-96) STOLEN BASES (CAREER) 183 - Traci Wood (1993-96) 137 - Keisha Hardy (1992-96) 99 - Jesse Shepherd (2004-07) 94 - Sarah Kohlbrenner (2004-07) 72 - Krista Bradley (2003-04) SACRIFICE BUNTS (CAREER) 53 - Jennifer Potts (1995-98) 46 - Jesse Shepherd (2004-07) 40 - Peggy Alex (2008-11) 39 - Jamie Doran (1997-00) 38 - Jennifer Coppage (1995-98)


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SEASON & CAREER PITCHING RECORDS WINS (SEASON) 36 - Megan Brown (2004) 34 - Megan Brown (2007) 30 - Julianne Coleman (1998) 30 - Megan Brown (2006) 29 - Lisa McNeley (1997) 29 - Dori Stankewitz (1987) 28 - Keltie Christian (2000) 28 - Katy Cortelyou (1995)

INNINGS PITCHED (CAREER) 939.1 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 684.2 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 630.1 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 566.0 - Stacey Bronson (2003-06) 524.0 - Keltie Christian (2000-01) STRIKEOUTS (CAREER) 997 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 927 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 857 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 708 - Keltie Christian (2000-01) 609 - Stacey Bronson (2003-06)

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (SEASON) 0.36 - Dori Stankewitz (1988) 0.41 - Cindy Johansen (1991) 0.43 - Dori Stankewitz (1987) 0.44 - Megan Brown (2004) 0.50 - Julianne Coleman (1999) INNINGS PITCHED (SEASON) 292.1 - Megan Brown (2007) 268.1 - Julianne Coleman (1998) 265.2 - Keltie Christian (2000) 258.1 - Keltie Christian (2001) 254.1 - Megan Brown (2004) STRIKEOUTS (SEASON) 368 - Julianne Coleman (1998) 357 - Keltie Christian (2001) 351 - Keltie Christian (2000) 294 - Dori Stankewitz (1987) 291 - Megan Brown (2007) SHUTOUTS (SEASON) 20 - Dori Stankewitz (1987) 17 - Dori Stankewitz (1988) 16 - Megan Brown (2004) 15 - Megan Brown (2005) 15 - Megan Brown (2007) 14 - Nycki Sandstede (1989) APPEARANCES (SEASON) 50 - Keltie Christian (2000) 47 - Julianne Coleman (1998) 47 - Megan Brown (2007) 45 - Megan Brown (2004) 43 - Lisa McNeley (1997) 41 - Julianne Coleman (1999)

Dori Stankewitz went 81-15 in her career, averaged 10.3 strikeouts per game, threw a school-record 20 no-hitters, and set another one with 64 consecutive shutout innings. 

Julianne Coleman holds the school record with 368 strikeouts in a season and ranks in the top five of every career category. GAMES STARTED (SEASON) 43 - Julianne Coleman (1998) 41 - Megan Brown (2007) 39 - Keltie Christian (2000) 38 - Lisa McNeley (1997) 38 - Megan Brown (2004) 32 - Keltie Christian (2001) 32 - Julianne Coleman (1999) 32 - Katy Cortelyou (1995) 32 - Christine Clark (2011)

WINS (CAREER) 124 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 81 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 80 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 67 - Katy Cortelyou (1992-95) 65 - Stacey Bronson (2003-06) EARNED RUN AVGERAGE (CAREER) 0.69 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 0.70 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 0.73 - Cindy Johansen (1989-91) 0.75 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 0.80 - Keltie Christian (2000-01)

COMPLETE GAMES (SEASON) 37 - Megan Brown (2007) 30 - Megan Brown (2004) 29 - Dori Stankewitz (1987) 26 - Nycki Sandstede (1989) 26 - Dori Stankewitz (1988) 25 - Julianne Coleman (1998)

SHUTOUTS (CAREER) 58 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 55 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 28 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 27 - Cindy Johansen (1989-91) 26 - Nycki Sandstede (1989-90) 26 - Stacey Bronson (2003-06) APPEARANCES (CAREER) 163 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 139 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 116 - Stacey Bronson (2003-06) 107 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 103 - Katy Cortelyou (1992-95) GAMES STARTED (CAREER) 140 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 114 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 93 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 92 - Stacey Bronson (2003-06) 82 - Katy Cortelyou (1992-95) COMPLETE GAMES (CAREER) 112 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 90 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 59 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 58 - Katy Cortelyou (1992-95) 55 - Cindy Johansen (1989-91)

SEASON & CAREER FIELDING RECORDS  PUTOUTS (SEASON) 467 - Jackie Leppla (2006) 436 - Jackie Leppla (2007) 417 - April Elston (2000) 426 - April Elston (2001) 394 - Leah English (2007)

PUTOUTS (CAREER) 1602 - April Elston (1998-01) 1524 - Jackie Leppla (2004-07) 1110 - Jen Rudock (2000-03) 1087 - Leah English (2005-07) 854 - Elli Howell (2008-10)

ASSISTS (SEASON) 135 - Nikki Henderson (2007) 130 - Nikki Henderson (2006) 119 - Karen Conway (1993) 119 - Jesse Shepherd (2004) 118 - Jesse Shepherd (2007) 114 - Sara Lovestrand (2009)

ASSISTS (CAREER) 409 - Jesse Shepherd (2004-07) 378 - Carla West (2000-03) 366 - Shelly Davis (1993-96) 335 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 317 - Ashley Alpizar (2004-07)

ACTIVE PLAYERS IN BOLD

Nikki Henderson set a school record in 2007 with a .963 fielding percentage at third base and is also the career record holder at that position. She has the top two season assist totals in team history. 

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3-time All-American Megan Brown had a 124-26 career record, ranks sixth in Division II history in career wins and eighth in shutouts. She’s also the only 3-time SSC Pitcherof-the-Year. 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SOFTBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR • • • SLOW-PITCH COMPETITION • • • YEAR 1982 1983 1984 Totals

RECORD 22-12 25-9 33-13 80-34

HOME 11-3 12-2 13-6 36-11

AWAY 11-9 13-7 20-7 44-23

SSC 16-0 16-0 16-0 48-0

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YEAR 1985 1986 1987

RECORD 20-8 34-13 49-6

HOME 15-3 23-7 30-4

AWAY 5-5 11-6 19-2

SSC 15-1 20-0 24-0

NCAA ----5-2

1988 1989

47-6 46-8

33-6 30-3

14-0 16-5

20-0 24-0

3-2 4-2

Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto

1990 1991 1992 1993

42-10 35-11 41-9 45-11

31-7 24-8 30-6 21-3

11-3 11-3 11-3 24-8

22-2 20-4 22-2 23-1

2-2 2-2 2-2 8-2

Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto

1994 1995 1996

40-11 42-9 47-7

20-3 21-2 18-3

20-8 21-7 29-4

24-4 25-3 26-2

1-2 2-2 3-3

Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto

1997

45-13

14-4

31-9

24-4

3-2

Chris Bellotto

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

44-13 44-12 46-16 31-17 18-32 32-18 55-8

18-4 20-5 26-6 15-5 11-14 14-8 32-4

26-9 24-7 20-10 16-12 7-18 18-10 23-4

21-3 25-3 23-5 16-12 8-18 16-10 19-2

0-2 1-2 2-2 ------7-3

Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Belotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto

2005 2006

39-11 55-8

19-2 31-3

20-9 24-5

18-6 20-4

3-2 6-3

Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto

2007

51-15

29-6

22-9

18-6

6-2

Chris Bellotto

19-9 21-1 14-10 13-7 592-143

10-5 22-14 12-12 12-14 479-201

9-12 18-6 10-14 13-11 523-135

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Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto

FINISHES SSC Champions SSC Champions SSC Champions

• • • FAST-PITCH COMPETITION • • •

2008 29-14 2009 43-15 2010 26-22 2011 25-21 Totals 1,071-344

HEAD COACH Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto

FINISHES SSC Champions SSC Champions NCAA National Runner-Up NCAA Regional Champions, SSC Champions NCAA Regional Runner-Up, SSC Champions NCAA National Third Place NCAA Regional Champions, SSC Champions NCAA Regional Runner-Up, SSC Champions NCAA Regional Runner-Up, SSC co-Champions NCAA Regional Runner-Up, SSC Champions NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS NCAA Regional Champions, SSC Champions NCAA Regional Third Place, SSC co-Champions NCAA Regional Runner-Up, SSC Champions NCAA National Fifth Place NCAA Regional Champions, SSC Champions NCAA National Fifth Place NCAA Regional Champions, SSC co-Champions NCAA Regional Participants, SSC Champions NCAA Regional Participants, SSC Champions NCAA Regional Runner-Up, SSC Champions SSC - tied for fourth SSC - seventh SSC - third NCAA National Runner-Up NCAA Regional Champions, SSC Champions NCAA Regional Participants, SSC Champions NCAA National Third Place NCAA Regional Champions, SSC Champions NCAA National Fourth Place NCAA Regional Champions, SSC Champions SSC - sixth NCAA Regional Participants, SSC co-Champions SSC - fifth SSC - fourth

Did You Know? Florida Southern has won more conference championships (24) than any other school in Division II softball. The next closest teams on the list are West Virginia Wesleyan, with 18 regular season and 15 tournament titles in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference; and Bloomsburg (PA) with 15 titles in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. In addition to those teams, Humboldt State (CA) has won 18 conference championships, but those 18 titles have been split between three different leagues. 54

 

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 1987 - REGIONAL (Warrensburg, MO) FSC 5, Central Missouri State 0 FSC 2, Southeast Missouri State 0 FSC 3, Southeast Missouri State 0 DIV. II NATIONALS (Quincy, IL) FSC 1, Sacred Heart 0 (8 inn.) Cal State-Northridge 4, FSC 3 FSC 1, Mankato State 0 (8 inn.) Cal State-Northridge 4, FSC 0 Regional Champs, National Runner-Up 1988 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) FSC 4, Barry 3 Northeast Missouri State 1, FSC 0 FSC 6, SIU-Edwardsville 0 FSC 4, Northeast Missouri State 2 Northeast Missouri State 2, FSC 1 Regional Runner-Up 1989 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) FSC 9, Missouri-St. Louis 2 FSC 4, Southeast Missouri State 0 FSC 4, Southeast Missouri State 1 DIV. II NATIONALS (Sacramento, CA) FSC 5, Central Missouri State 0 Cal State-Bakersfield 1, FSC 0 Cal State-Sacramento 4, FSC 2 Regional Champs, National Third Place 1990 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) FSC 3, Barry 0 Missouri Southern State 2, FSC 1 FSC 10, Barry 6 Missouri Southern State 1, FSC 0 Regional Runner-Up 1991 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) Southeast Missouri State 1, FSC 0 FSC 2, Barry 1 FSC 4, Central Missouri State 0 Southeast Missouri State 3, FSC 1 Regional Runner-Up

1992 - REGIONAL (Detroit, MI) Saginaw Valley State 4, FSC 0 FSC 1, USC-Spartanburg 0 (9 inn.) FSC 5, Wayne State (MI) 3 Saginaw Valley State 7, FSC 3 Regional Runner-Up 1993 - REGIONAL (Joplin, MO) FSC 7, Missouri Southern State 2 Wayne State (MI) 7, FSC 3 FSC 6, Missouri Southern State 3 FSC 3, Wayne State (MI) 0 FSC 5, Wayne State (MI) 2 DIV. II NATIONALS (Shawnee, KS) FSC 4, California-Davis 1 Augustana 2, FSC 1 FSC 2, California-Davis 0 FSC 1, Augustana 0 FSC 11, Augustana 5 REGIONAL AND NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1994 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) FSC 4, North Florida 2 Valdosta State 2, FSC 1 Barry 5, FSC 2 Regional Third Place 1995 - REGIONAL (Columbus, GA) Carson-Newman 1, FSC 0 FSC 5, Columbus College 0 FSC 9, Carson-Newman 7 Kennesaw State 3, FSC 0 Regional Runner-Up 1996 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) FSC 2, Barry 0 FSC 1, Alabama-Huntsville 0 Barry 3, FSC 2 FSC 7, Barry 1 DIV. II NATIONALS (Emporia, KS) Kennesaw 2, FSC 1 (8 inn.) California-Davis 2, FSC 0 Regional Champs, National Fifth Place 1997 - REGIONAL (Miami Shores, FL) FSC 1, Univ. of W. Alabama 0 FSC 4, Barry University 3 FSC 2, Univ. of W. Alabama 0 DIV. II NATIONALS (Salem, VA) California (PA) 5, FSC 0 Kennesaw State 8, FSC 0 (5 inn.) Regional Champs, National Fifth Place 1998 - REGIONAL (Pensacola, FL) Alabama-Huntsville 2, FSC 1 West Florida 4, FSC 1 Regional Third Place 1999 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) FSC 1, Univ. of West Florida 0 Alabama-Huntsville 1, FSC 0 Univ. of West Florida 1, FSC 0 Regional Third Place

In 2007, Leah English hit the only walk-off home run ever hit by a Moccasin in postseason play. Her 3-run shot in the bottom of the 7 th inning gave FSC a 3-0 win over Florida Gulf Coast and the South Region championship.

2000 - REGIONAL (Huntsville, AL) West Florida 3, FSC 0 FSC 3, Saint Leo 0 FSC 2, Alabama-Huntsville 0 West Florida 2, FSC 1 (8 inn.) Regional Runner-Up

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Jackie Leppla was a 3-time All-SSC first baseman from 2004-07. She also holds the school’s career postseason record with 20 RBI while helping the Mocs win three South Region titles

2004 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) FSC 3, Tampa 2 FSC 1, Rollins 0 Alabama-Huntsville 2, FSC 1 FSC 6, Alabama-Huntsville 2 DIV. II NATIONALS (Altamonte Springs, FL) FSC 2, Kennesaw State 0 Angelo State 2, FSC 1 FSC 1, Caldwell 0 FSC 2, St. Cloud State 0 FSC 7, Angelo State 0 Angelo State 7, FSC 3 Regional Champs, National Runner-Up 2005 - REGIONAL (Huntsville, AL) FSC 9, Saint Leo 0 (5 inn.) West Florida 2, FSC 1 FSC 11, Albany State 3 FSC 1, Alabama-Huntsville 0 West Florida 1, FSC 0 (13 inn.) Regional Third Place 2006 - REGIONAL (Lakeland, FL) FSC 9, Kentucky State 0 (5 inn.) FSC 5, Florida Gulf Coast 1 FSC 1, Alabama-Huntsville 0 Alabama-Huntsville 4, Florida Southern 3 FSC 13, Alabama-Huntsville 2 (5 inn.) DIV. II NATIONALS (Salem, VA) FSC 8, LeMoyne 0 (5 inn.) FSC 1, Emporia State 0 (11 inn.) Lock Haven 2, FSC 1 Emporia State 2, FSC 1 Regional Champions, National Third Place 2007 - REGIONAL (Valdosta, GA) FSC 4, Arkansas-Monticello 2 FSC 6, Valdosta State 0 FSC 1, Barry 0 FSC 3, Florida Gulf Coast 0 DIV. II NATIONALS (Akron, OH) SIU-Edwardsville 3, FSC 1 FSC 4, Nebraska-Omaha 0 FSC 5, Angelo State 1 Columbus State 1, FSC 0 Regional Champions, National Fourth Place 2009 - REGIONAL (Valdosta, GA) Nova Southeastern 2, FSC 0 Tampa 8, FSC 6 Nova Southeastern 5, FSC 1


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SERIES HISTORY SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE Barry ............................................................. 60-38 Eckerd........................................................... 94-4 Florida Tech .................................................. 85-11 Lynn .............................................................. 32-12 Nova Southeastern ....................................... 16-13 Rollins ........................................................... 81-15 Saint Leo....................................................... 78-18 Tampa........................................................... 67-27 NON CONFERENCE Abilene Christian (TX) .................................. 2-0 Alabama........................................................ 1-0 Alabama-Huntsville ....................................... 8-12 Albany State (GA) ......................................... 5-0 American International (MA) ......................... 6-2 Anderson (SC) .............................................. 1-0 Angelo State (TX) ......................................... 2-2 Arizona State ................................................ 0-2 Arkansas-Monticello ..................................... 3-1 Armstrong Atlantic State (GA) ...................... 5-1 Ashland (OH) ................................................ 4-0 Augusta State ............................................... 0-1 Augustana (SD) ............................................ 12-9 Bates (ME) .................................................... 2-0 Bethune-Cookman (FL) ................................ 6-0 Bloomsburg (PA) .......................................... 7-8 Bryant (RI) .................................................... 4-0 Caldwell (NJ) ................................................ 2-0 California (PA) .............................................. 5-3 Cal-Davis ...................................................... 2-1 Cal-State Bakersfield .................................... 0-1 Cal-State Northridge ..................................... 0-2 Cal-State Sacramento .................................. 0-1 Calvin (MI) .................................................... 2-0 Campbell (NC) .............................................. 2-0 Carson-Newman (TN) .................................. 2-1 Central Missouri State .................................. 5-1 Chapman (CA) .............................................. 1-0 Claflin (SC) ................................................... 1-0 Clarion (PA) .................................................. 2-0 Clark Atlanta ................................................. 1-0 Colorado-Colorado Springs .......................... 1-0 Columbus State (GA) ................................... 2-2 Concord (WV) ............................................... 2-0 Concordia (NY) ............................................. 2-0 Concordia (St. Paul) ..................................... 1-0 Delta State (MS) ........................................... 12-0 Dominican (NY) ............................................ 1-1 Dowling (NY)................................................. 0-3 Drexel (PA) ................................................... 1-0 East Stroudsburg (PA) .................................. 3-1 Emporia State (KA) ....................................... 1-1 Erskine (SC) ................................................. 1-0 Ferris State (MI) ............................................ 2-1 Flagler ........................................................... 2-2 Florida Atlantic .............................................. 0-2 Florida Gulf Coast ......................................... 3-3 Florida State ................................................. 0-3 Franklin Pierce .............................................. 1-0 Furman (SC) ................................................. 1-0 Grand Valley State (MI) ................................ 6-1

Georgia College ........................................... 1-1 Georgia Southwestern .................................. 3-0 Georgian Court (NJ) ..................................... 1-0 Glenville State (WV) ..................................... 4-0 Hawaii-Hilo ................................................... 0-2 Hillsdale (MI)................................................. 9-0 Illinois-Chicago ............................................. 1-0 Indiana (PA).................................................. 1-0 IUPU - Indianapolis (IN) ............................... 1-0 Indianapolis (IN) ........................................... 3-1 Jacksonville State (AL) ................................. 0-1 Kennesaw State (GA) ................................... 1-4 Kentucky State ............................................. 1-0 Kentucky Wesleyan ...................................... 2-0 Kutztown (PA)............................................... 1-1 Lake Forest (IL) ............................................ 2-0 Lake Superior State (MI) .............................. 2-0 Lander (SC) .................................................. 2-0 LeMoyne (NY) .............................................. 1-0 Lewis (IL) ...................................................... 11-4 Liberty (VA)................................................... 2-0 Lincoln Memorial (TN) .................................. 3-0 Lock Haven (PA) .......................................... 0-2 LIU-C.W. Post (NY) ...................................... 6-1 Maine ............................................................ 2-0 Massachusetts-Lowell .................................. 1-1 Mercyhurst (PA)............................................ 1-0 Merrimack (MA) ............................................ 2-1 Millersville (PA) ............................................. 2-0 Milligan (TN) ................................................. 2-0 Minnesota State-Mankato ............................ 7-3 Minnesota State-Moorhead .......................... 2-0 Missouri-St. Louis ......................................... 5-2 Missouri Southern......................................... 2-3 Mount Olive (NC) .......................................... 1-1 Nebraska-Omaha ......................................... 5-6 Nevada ......................................................... 0-1 New Haven (CT) ........................................... 3-0 Newberry (SC) .............................................. 2-0 Niagara ......................................................... 2-0 North Alabama.............................................. 6-4 North Carolina-Greensboro .......................... 2-0 North Florida ................................................. 18-7 Northern Kentucky ........................................ 1-0 Northwest Missouri State ............................. 1-2 Northwood (FL)............................................. 4-0 Northwood (MI) ............................................. 10-0 Palm Beach Atlantic ..................................... 12-6 Penn State .................................................... 0-1 Queens (NC) ................................................ 2-0 Queens (NY)................................................. 2-0 Quincy (IL) .................................................... 2-0 Quinnipiac (CT) ............................................ 4-0 Rutgers (NJ)  ................................................ 0-1 Sacred Heart (CT) ........................................ 9-1 Saginaw Valley State (MI) ............................ 6-2 Salem International (WV) ............................. 6-0 St. Cloud State (MN) .................................... 5-0 St. Michael’s (VT) ......................................... 1-0 St. Thomas (FL)............................................ 11-0 St. Thomas (MN) .......................................... 0-1 St. Xavier ...................................................... 1-1 56

 

 

Shippensburg (PA) ....................................... 3-1 South Carolina-Spartanburg ........................ 2-1 South Dakota................................................ 2-0 South Dakota State ...................................... 1-0 South Florida ................................................ 14-22 Southampton (NY)........................................ 1-0 Southeast Missouri ....................................... 7-2 Southern Arkansas ....................................... 3-0 Southern Connecticut State ......................... 5-0 Sothern Illinois-Edwardsville ........................ 8-4 Southern Indiana .......................................... 3-1 Southwest State (MN) .................................. 1-1 Springfield (MA)............................................ 2-0 Stephen F. Austin (TX) ................................. 1-1 Stetson (FL).................................................. 12-3 Stony Brook (NY) ......................................... 2-0 Texas ............................................................ 1-0 Toledo .......................................................... 0-1 Truman State (MO) ...................................... 3-2 Union (TN) .................................................... 2-0 Urbana (OH) ................................................. 2-0 Valdosta State (GA) ..................................... 17-6 Warner (FL) .................................................. 11-1 Washburn (KS) ............................................. 1-1 Wayne State (MI) ......................................... 16-4 Wayne State (NE) ........................................ 2-0 Webber International (FL) ............................ 18-2 West Alabama .............................................. 5-1 West Chester (PA) ....................................... 5-0 West Florida ................................................. 9-8 West Georgia ............................................... 8-1 West Liberty State ........................................ 2-0 West Virginia State ....................................... 2-0 West Virginia Wesleyan ............................... 3-0 Wisconsin-Green Bay................................... 1-0 Wisconsin-Parkside ...................................... 1-2

The Mocs’ last win over a #1-ranked team came in 2008, when Brittany Minton gave up just four hits in a 3-1 win over Barry. She finished fifth in the nation that year with a 0.86 ERA.


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN ALL-TIME LETTER WINNERS Adriatico, Alcira............................ 02-03 Albritton, Andrea .......................... 99-00 Alderman, Brittaney ...........................10 Alex, Peggy ....................... 08-09-10-11 Allen, Becky .......................................94 Allen, Robin ................................. 88-89 Alpizar, Ashley ................... 04-05-06-07 Asbee, Courtney ..................... 92-93-94 Atun, Amanda .............................. 07-08 Bailey, Christie.................................11 Bailie, Jamie ...................... 02-03-04-05 Baker, Laurie .....................................85 Baker, Mara ................................. 01-02 Baldinger, Christy ..............................87 Barker, Samantha..............................09 Bartlett, Whitney .......................... 03-04 Beale, Michelle ..................................92 Billeter, Kim .......................................87 Blake, Dani ........................ 08-09-10-11 Boculac, Michelle...............................85 Boomer, Bethany ......................... 09-10 Bradley, Krista ............................. 03-04 Brandon, Bobbie ..................... 01-02-03 Brandon, Katie ........................ 02-03-04 Brewer, Whitney ................................05 Bridges, Jaime ................... 96-97-98-99 Brinkman, Jessica .............................04 Britton, Brandie ............................ 92-93 Bronson, Stacey ................ 03-04-05-06 Brooks, Keriann .................................03 Brown, Charlie ...................................99 Brown, Khaliah ................................11 Brown, Megan ................... 04-05-06-07 Brown, Morgan .................. 08-09-10-11 Buckman, Jenny ................................02 Burns, Tangie .................... 89-90-91-92 Burrows, Brandi .................................00 Butler, Carolyn ............................. 00-01 Butler, Mallory....................................10 Campbell, Renee .................... 88-89-90 Carrico, Candy............................. 91-92 Castel, Cori .................................. 01-02 Channen, Jess...................................01 Chase, Marisa ...................................06 Christian, Keltie ........................... 00-01 Clark, Christine ..................... 09-10-11 Cobb, Dana ................................. 99-00 Cochrane, Peggy ......................... 90-91 Coleman, Julianne ............. 96-97-98-99 Conway, Karen .................. 91-92-93-94 Coppage, Jennifer ............. 95-96-97-98 Cortelyou, Katy .................. 92-93-94-95 Crawford, Kim .............................. 94-95 Cyphers, Amy ....................................98 Davies, Jenny ......................... 03-04-05 Davis, Shelly ...................... 93-94-95-96 DeGroot, Colleen ......................... 86-87 Derringer, Liana ...............................11 DeSimone, Beth ................................07 Doran, Jamie ..................... 97-98-99-00 Dudley, Ginger................... 90-91-92-93 Dull, Heather...................... 97-98-99-00

Dyer, Amy.......................................... 92 Edwards, Tracey .................... 01-02-03 Elliott, Sharon ......................... 05-06-07 Elston, April ....................... 98-99-00-01 English, Leah.......................... 05-06-07 Fellner, Andrea ....................... 90-91-92 Fleig, Patty ........................ 93-94-95-96 Fishbaugh, Kathy ........................ 85-86 Fitch, Mindi ........................ 86-87-88-89 Foley, Erin ................................... 10-11 Folmar, Jackie ................... 86-87-88-89 Ford, Grace ...................................... 94 George, Nikki..................... 97-98-99-00 Goldman, Tara .................................. 95 Goodwin, Debbie .................... 85-86-87 Goppert, Katie ............................. 04-05 Graham, Wanda ................ 90-91-92-93 Graziani, Steph ................................ 11 Greig, Beth .................................. 86-87 Grimes, Randi .................................. 11 Grondahl, Heidi ........................... 07-08 Gross, Stacy ........................... 02-03-04 Hansen, Julie............................... 92-93 Hardy, Keisha .................... 93-94-95-96 Hasson, Laura ............................. 05-06 Heidbrink, Karen................................ 98 Helms, Wendy ................................... 90 Henderson, Nikki ......................... 06-07 Hertzog, Traci .................... 94-95-96-97 Hetrick, Lynda ................................... 87 Holley, Lauren ............................. 01-02 Howell, Elli .............................. 08-09-10 Huber, Stephanie ........................ 04-05 Hunt, Ashley ................................ 09-10 Jackson, Amy .............................. 98-99 Jacobs, Jessica ................................. 07 Jaekel-Manley, Amber ...... 96-97-98-99 Johansen, Cindy..................... 89-90-91 Kaiser, Amanda ................. 05-06-07-08 Kaiser, Rhonda.................. 85-86-87-88 Killam, Judy ....................................... 85 Kohlbrenner, Sarah ........... 04-05-06-07 Komer, Teri........................................ 85 Kull, Karen ......................... 88-89-90-91 LaChance, Lindsay ......................... 11 Lang, Natalie ..................... 06-07-08-09 Larkins, Kristen.................. 96-97-98-99 LaValle, Andrea ........................... 93-94 Leffel, Jannah .............................. 00-01 Lentz, Sara ........................ 99-00-01-02 Leppla, Jackie ................... 04-05-06-07 Lewie, Ashley .................................... 08 Lewis, Jill ................................ 88-89-90 Lindemann, Debbie ................ 88-89-90 Lovestrand, Sara ......................... 08-09 Lowe-Matthews, Pam .................. 96-97 Lynch, Autumn .................. 98-99-01-02 Marchetta, Jackie .............................. 00 Martin, Brittany ................................ 11 McCarthy, Heather ...................... 98-99 McClellan, Lindsey ...................... 10-11 McCormick, Katrina ........... 85-86-87-88

McMillen, Susan ................ 95-96-97-98 McNeley, Lisa...............................96-97 Mead, Carissa ..............................00-01 Mead, Corinne................................... 00 Merten (Schaller), Jana..... 87-88-92-93 Miltner, Mindy .................................... 01 Minton, Brittany ............................08-09 Mitchell, Arden .............................05-06 Montgomery, Mickie .....................90-91 Moore, Lori ........................ 96-97-98-99 Morgan, Teri ...................... 00-01-02-03 Morris, Lauren ................................... 02 Mosley, Tori....................................... 08 Mouillesseaux, Marie ........................ 88 Murphy, Kianna ............................... 11 Newton, Carrie .............................00-01 Novoa, DeAnna ................................. 93 Oakley, Lindy .................................... 05 Palmer, Chris ...............................86-87 Parsons, Dezirae..........................10-11 Patterson, Donna ................... 85-86-87 Pavone, Jackie .................. 00-01-02-03 Pederson, Julie ............................94-95 Pele, Carolyn..................................... 90 Pickard, Kelly .................... 97-98-99-00 Pikus, Brandy ....................... 09-10-11 Potts, Jennifer ................... 95-96-97-98 Powell, Lindsey ...................... 08-09-10 Raulerson, Heather ........... 08-09-10-11 Rawn, Debbie...............................88-89 Regoli, Tonya ......................... 92-93-94 Ringstaff, Tracey ............... 86-87-88-89 Robinson, Kellie ................ 89-90-91-92 Rodgers, Ashlinn ............... 07-08-09-10 Rudock, Jen ...................... 00-01-02-03 Sandstede, Nycki .........................89-90 Sangster, Kathy................................. 97

Rhonda Kaiser (at left) played at Florida Southern from 1985-88. Twenty years later, the Kaiser family became the first to have two generations of Moccasin softball players when Rhonda’s niece, Amanda (at right), joined the team in 2005. A second family is now represented with Patsy Sugo’s daughter, Cassie Haynes, joining the team in 2012. Sugo’s niece, Bethany Boomer, also played for the Moccasins from 2009-10. 57

 

Schumacher, Heidi..................07-08-09 Scott, Karlyn ..........................09-10-11 Sheffer, Pam ...........................85-86-87 Shepherd, Jesse ............... 04-05-06-07 Smith, Christy............................... 95-96 Soule, Laura...................................... 85 Southard, Linda............................ 88-89 Stankewitz, Dori ................ 85-86-87-88 Stewart, Kerri ............................... 94-95 Stockhill, Michaela ............................ 09 Stone, Danielle.................................. 07 Sugo, Patsy.................................. 88-89 Tatlock, Michelle ............... 05-06-07-08 Taylor, Teresa .........................85-86-87 Thuer, Lisa ........................................ 01 Toler, Stacy ....................................... 99 Teresi, Chrissy ............................. 91-92 Tracy, Betty .................................. 89-90 Valenta, Maggie ................................ 98 Valetti, Sonia ..................................... 86 Vicera, Dee ....................................... 91 Walls, Heather .................................. 86 West, Carla ....................... 00-01-02-03 Wiedemann, Dianne .................... 88-89 Williams, Angela ............... 06-07-08-09 Williams, Kim .................................... 90 Wolfe, Katie.............................00-01-02 Wolfersteig, Jena ....................05-06-07 Wood, Stacey.................................... 91 Wood, Traci....................... 93-94-95-96 Young, Susan ................................... 85 Zawada, Chelsea ............................... 09

 


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2011 FINAL STATISTICS AND RESULTS  

Record: 25‐21        Home: 13‐7        Away: 9‐11        Neutral: 3‐3        Conference: 13‐11  Player 

AVG  GP‐GS 

AB 

H  2B  3B  HR  RBI 

Brittany Martin 

.417  46‐46 

144  32  60  15 

33 

98  .681  16 

.475 

2‐4 

281  36  10  .969 

Steph Graziani 

.370  44‐44 

146  32  54 

10 

64  .438  11 

11 

15 

.452 

23‐30 

81  53  10  .931 

TB  SLG%  BB  HBP  SO  OB% 

SF  SH  SB‐ATT  PO 

A  E  FLD% 

Dani Blake 

.356  46‐46 

132  16  47 

12 

48  .364 

13 

.370 

 0 

12‐12 

67 

5  1  .986 

Randi Grimes 

.325  40‐36 

123  12  40 

28 

53  .431 

.368 

0‐0 

28 

1  0  1.000 

Erin Foley 

.300  44‐44 

140  20  42 

16 

43  .307  16 

22 

.373 

3‐4 

29  66  13  .880 

Christine Clark 

.298  41‐39 

121  11  36 

15 

47  .388 

11 

.323 

0‐0 

15  35  5  .909 

Peggy Alex 

.261  28‐19 

 6  18 

10 

23  .333 

.333 

Karlyn Scott 

.257  41‐36 

113  27  29 

15 

32  .283 

14 

.349 

0  11 

Khaliah Brown 

.256  37‐33 

90  16  23 

24  .267 

18 

.302 

135  10  32  10 

17 

44  .326 

20 

.266 

Heather Raulerson  .237  46‐46 

69 

66  50  4  .967 

0‐0  13‐13 

37 

2  2  .951 

1‐2 

41 

5  5  .902 

1‐1 

211  23  2  .992  36  29  12  .844 

Dezirae Parsons 

.225  24‐22 

40 

11  .275 

.244 

0‐0 

Brandy Pikus 

.222 

28‐1 

2  .222 

.222 

2‐2 

Christie Bailey 

.182  25‐24 

33 

7  .212 

.289 

0‐0 

44  41  7  .924 

Morgan Brown 

.000 

16‐7 

0  .000 

.500 

0‐0 

3  22  0  1.000 

0  0  1.000 

Liana Derringer 

.000 

15‐6 

0  .000 

0  0.000 

0‐0 

2  11  2  .867 

Kianna Murphy 

.000 

3‐0 

0  .000 

.000 

0‐0 

0  0  .000 

Lindsey McClellan 

.000 

4‐0 

0  .000 

.000 

0‐0 

1  0  1.000 

Lindsay LaChance 

.000 

2‐1 

0  .000 

.000 

0‐0 

0  0  .000 

.306  46‐46  1301  199  398  57  .254  46‐46  1236  162  314  46 

7  8 

9  164  496  .381  90  9  135  403  .326  98 

27  152  18  183 

.361  .316 

7  38  7  42 

 

Totals  Opponents 

57‐68  944  380  73  .948  30‐36  938  445  64  .956 

 

Player 

ERA  W‐L  APP  GS  CG  SHO  SV 

Lindsay LaChance 

0.00 

Christine Clark 

0‐1 

1.89  22‐12 

36  32  21 

Liana Derringer 

2.23 

3‐4 

15 

Morgan Brown 

3.19 

0‐4 

16 

Lindsey McClellan  16.33 

0‐0 

IP 

R  ER 

1.0 

AB/Avg.  WP  HB  BK  SF  SH 

9/.667 

1  203.1  198  82  55 

27  120 

27 

796/.249 

4  22 

50.1 

45  24  16 

33  33 

190/.237 

57.0 

63  41  26 

26  27 

232/.272 

5  10 

1  12 

3.0 

11 

9/.222 

2B  3B  HR 

BB  SO 

0  7  1 

 

Totals 

2.31  25‐21 

46  46  23 

1  314.2  314  162  104 

98  183 

46 

9  1236/.254  22  18 

7  42 

Opponents   

3.16  21‐25 

46  46  29 

1  312.2  398  199  141 

90  152 

57 

9  1301/.306  29  27 

7  38 

LOB – Team (327), Opp (296). DPs turned ‐ Team (18), Opp (20). Catcher’s Interference ‐ Team 1 (Raulerson), Opp (1). IBB ‐ Team 3 (Martin 1, Graziani 1,  Grimes 1) Opp (0). Picked off – Team 3 (Clark 1, Graziani 1, Martin 1), Opp (0). PB ‐ Team 2 (Raulerson 2), Opp (7). Pickoffs ‐ Team 2 (Raulerson 2), Opp (3).  SBA/ATT ‐ Raulerson (29‐35). 

Did You Know?  Keltie  Christian  is  the  last  Moccasin  to  lead  the  nation  in  any  statistical  category,  topping  all  Division  II  pitchers  in  strikeouts with 357 as a senior in 2001. That came after she finished second in the nation in 2000. Traci Wood is the  last Moccasin to lead the nation in any offensive category, doing it in 1996 when she finished number one in stolen  bases for the second year in a row. Wood is also the last Moccasin to lead the nation in two categories in one season,  swiping 71 bases in 1995, and also scoring a Division II leading 78 runs that year. 

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h

e/ r

h

e

Inns

02/16/11

Opponent WEBBER INTERNATIONAL

W

Result 3-1

3

6

1/ 1

8

0

7

Clark (W 1-0)

-

1:30

02/16/11

WEBBER INTERNATIONAL

W

3-2

3

8

1/ 2

8

3

7

Clark (W 2-0)

190

1:47

02/19/11

at Flagler

0-8

L

0

4

3/ 8

6

0

5

Clark (L 2-1)

-

1:36

02/19/11

at Flagler

4-6

L

4

8

3/ 6

7

4

7

M. Brown (L 0-1)

138

2:01

*02/22/11

at #14 Rollins

5-9

L

5

7

2/ 9 11

2

7

Clark (L 2-2)

104

1:53

*02/23/11

at #16 Rollins

2-3

L

2

6

1/ 3

4

0

7

Clark (L 2-3)

-

1:36

*02/23/11

at #16 Rollins

3-7

L

3

87

2:05

03/01/11

ST. XAVIER

W

03/01/11

ST. XAVIER

5-7

#03/04/11

vs Augusta State

5-6

#03/04/11

Pitcher of record

9

0/ 7

8

3

7

M. Brown (L 0-2)

9 17

4/ 1

3

1

6

Clark (W 3-3)

L

5

9

2/ 7

8

2

7

Derringer (L 0-1)

L

5

6

1/ 6

7

2

7

9-1

1:22

115

2:11

Clark (L 3-4)

85

2:09

65

1:54

vs Georgia SW

W

6-5

6 10

1/ 5

4

1

7

Derringer (W 1-1)

at Warner

W

9-1

9 12

2/ 1

3

3

7

Clark (W 4-4)

03/09/11

at Warner

W

2-0

2

6

0/ 0

4

1

7

Derringer (W 2-1)

*03/11/11

SAINT LEO

W

4-0

4

5

0/ 0

8

2

7

Clark (W 5-4)

*03/12/11

SAINT LEO

2

7

3/ 3

6

1

7

Derringer (L 2-2)

*03/12/11

SAINT LEO

W

5-3

5 11

3/ 3

9

1

7

Clark (W 6-4)

$03/15/11

vs Franklin Pierce

W

9-2

9 13

1/ 2

4

0

7

$03/15/11

vs New Haven

W

6-0

6 14

3/ 0

1

1

7

*03/18/11

at Eckerd

W 13-1

13 15

0/ 1

6

3

*03/19/11

at Eckerd

W 10-2

10 11

0/ 2

4

2

*03/19/11

at Eckerd

W

7-3

7 10

2/ 3 10

03/22/11

WARNER

W

1-0

1

9

0/ 0

03/22/11

8

L

5

127

1:51 2:0

Derringer (W 3-2)

75

1:43

Clark (W 7-4)

85

1:33

5

Clark (W 8-4)

55

1:36

5

Clark (W 9-4)

-

1:35

0

7

Clark (W 10-4)

40

1:43

1

7

Clark (W 11-4)

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Derringer (L 3-3)

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8-10

*03/26/11

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*04/01/11

LYNN

*04/02/11

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*04/02/11

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6 12

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4

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@04/06/11

at Webber International

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9

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5

@04/06/11

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9 14

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2

2

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0

85

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-

1:50

5

1/ 8 11

0

5

LaChance (L 0-1)

62

1:27

8 10

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3

7

Clark (W 12-5)

68

2:00

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9

1/10 12

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Clark (L 12-6)

L

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5

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Derringer (L 3-4)

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03/09/11

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Attend

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Clark (W 13-6)

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1:24

Clark (L 13-7)

-

1:34

7

Clark (W 14-7)

123

1:22

7

Clark (W 15-7)

-

1:30

7

Clark (W 16-7)

67

1:38

7

Clark (L 16-8)

-

1:59 2:01

at Palm Beach Atlantic

04/09/11

at Palm Beach Atlantic

5 10

1/ 3

9

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Clark (W 17-8)

72

04/12/11

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3/ 6 11

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7

Clark (L 17-9)

-

1:47

04/12/11

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC

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L

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2/ 5 12

1

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127

1:52

*04/15/11

at #18 Tampa

0-1

L

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3

0/ 1

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2

7

Clark (L 17-11)

123

1:43

*04/16/11

at #18 Tampa

1-3

L

1

7

0/ 3

8

2

7

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*04/16/11

at #18 Tampa

1-6

L

1

5

2/ 6

8

0

7

M. Brown (L 0-3)

*04/21/11

FLORIDA TECH

W

1-0

1

4

0/ 0

0

1

7

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FLORIDA TECH

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4-0

4 10

0/ 0

2

0

7

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FLORIDA TECH

W

6-5

6

7

2/ 5 10

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1:34

*04/28/11

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN

W

3-2

3

6

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7

1

(12)

Clark (W 21-12)

112

2:42

*04/29/11

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN

7 18

8/10 13

2

(15)

M. Brown (L 0-4)

-

4:38

*04/29/11  

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W

3-2

3

1/ 2

1

7

138

1:40

5-3

7-10

L

6

1:50 1:33

04/09/11

W

L

118

9

4

-

1:25

114

1:45

Clark (W 18-12)

64

1:20

Clark (W 19-12)

-

1:15

Clark (W 22-12)

* = Sunshine State Conference game # = Wolves Invitational (at West Georgia) – 4 other games rained out on March 5 and 6 $ = Games played at the National Training Center in Clermont @ = Games against Webber International on April 6 played in Frostproof () extra inning game

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2011 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE STATISTICS Team Hitting Barry University Rollins College Saint Leo University Florida Southern College University of Tampa Nova SE University Florida Tech Lynn University Eckerd College

AVG .341 .341 .308 .306 .284 .284 .276 .265 .234

G 48 49 54 46 48 52 50 52 54

AB 1342 1289 1413 1301 1243 1329 1287 1340 1305

As a junior in 2011, Brittany Martin ranked in the SSC top five in several categories.

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

BATTING AVERAGE Grace Collins, BU........................... Brittany Martin, FSC ......... Christine Roser, RC ...................... Jessica Tabor, BU ........................ Alyssa Goldsmith, BU ................... Laura Saladrigas, NSU ................ Brittany Yates, SL ........................ Steph Graziani, FSC .......... Monica Meadows, RC .................... Brittany Gross, LU........................

.433 .417 .415 .401 .398 .389 .380 .370 .370 .365

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

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Christine Roser, RC ...................... Grace Collins, BU ........................... Brittany Martin, FSC ......... Steph Graziani, FSC .......... Laura Saladrigas, NSU ................ Becky Vyzas, UT ........................... Jessica Tabor, BU ........................ Hope Bitzer, RC ............................. Alyssa Goldsmith, BU ................... Monica Meadows, RC ....................

.560 .476 .475 .452 .451 .442 .441 .439 .438 .437

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

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Christine Roser, RC ...................... Becky Vyzas, UT ........................... Brittany Martin, FSC ......... Laura Saladrigas, NSU ................ Jessica Moreland, RC................... Jessica Tabor, BU ........................ Hope Bitzer, RC ............................. Brittany Yates, SL ........................ Krista Rodden, RC ......................... Alyssa Goldsmith, BU ...................

.778 .713 .681 .643 .621 .617 .611 .590 .549 .522

R 275 353 244 199 207 261 196 163 148

H 458 439 435 398 353 377 355 355 306

RBI 240 303 211 164 186 203 169 128 116

2B 76 87 72 57 63 74 52 41 41

HR 22 47 13 9 21 10 8 6 5

SLG% .468 .535 .398 .381 .414 .378 .357 .318 .288

RUNS SCORED 1. Christine Roser, RC ............................ 2. Monica Meadows, RC .......................... 3. Grace Collins, BU ................................ Amber Pederson, RC .......................... Rachel Talenfeld, NSU...................... 6. Susan Jallo, UT ................................... 7. Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... Katie Kelton, NSU .............................. 9. Alyssa Goldsmith, BU ........................ 10. two players with .................................

56 53 42 42 42 40 39 39 38 37

HITS Grace Collins, BU ................................ Jessica Tabor, BU .............................. Alyssa Goldsmith, BU ........................ Brittany Yates, SL ............................. Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... Monica Meadows, RC .......................... Brittany Gross, LU ............................. 8. Brittany Martin, FSC ............ 9. Elysha Agen, SL .................................. 10. Christine Roser, RC ............................

BB/HB 122/17 175/27 139/14 90/27 123/17 177/49 103/12 98/12 113/16

SO 182 122 196 152 180 204 185 233 235

OB% SF .400 10 .422 27 .373 11 .361 7 .353 14 .386 9 .331 16 .320 3 .301 9

SH 53 41 37 38 42 83 51 30 41

SB-AT 64-75 56-65 111-134 57-68 50-55 67-85 38-46 29-32 54-62

TRIPLES 1. Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... Susan Jallo, UT .................................... Becky Vyzas, UT .................................. Julie Wisniewski, UT .......................... Sarah Oram, FT ................................... Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... 7. five players with..................................

4 4 4 4 4 4 3

65 65 64 63 61 61 61 60 59 56

HOME RUNS 1. Jessica Moreland, RC ......................... 2. Becky Vyzas, RC................................... Christine Roser, RC............................. 4. Brittany Martin, FSC............. Hope Bitzer, RC ................................... 6. Jessica Tabor, BU............................... 7. Brooke Asher, BU ............................... Brittany Yates, SL .............................. Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... two players from Rollins ....................

10 9 9 7 7 6 5 5 5 5

RUNS BATTED IN Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... Christine Roser, RC ............................ Jessica Tabor, BU .............................. Jessica Moreland, RC ........................ Hope Bitzer, RC .................................. Kritsa Rodden, RC ............................... 7. Alyssa Goldsmith, BU ........................ 8. Becky Vyzas, UT ................................. Sarah Boyd, SL ................................... Brittany Yates, SL .............................

51 48 44 42 39 39 38 34 34 34

WALKS Christine Roser, RC............................. 42 Rachel Talenfeld, NSU ...................... 27 Gianni Artidiello, NSU ....................... 25 Hope Bitzer, RC ................................... 24 Becky Vyzas, UT .................................. 23 Brittany Phillips, NSU ........................ 23 7. Alex Sasso, EC ..................................... 22 8. Elysha Agen, SL ................................... 20 Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... 20 10. three players with .............................. 19

DOUBLES 1. Christine Roser, RC ............................ 2. Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... Jessica Tabor, BU .............................. 4. Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... 5. Brittany Martin, FSC ............ Brittany Phillips, NSU ....................... 7. Becky Vyzas, RC .................................. Brittany Yates, SL ............................. Elysha Agen, SL .................................. 10. two players with .................................

18 17 17 16 15 15 14 14 14 13

STOLEN BASES 1. Rachel Talenfeld, NSU ...................... 24 2. Steph Graziani, FSC.............. 23 Grace Collins, BU ................................. 23 4. Susan Jallo, UT .................................... 22 5. Sarah Oram, FT ................................... 20 6. Ashlee Sismilich, SL ........................... 16 7. Elysha Agen, SL ................................... 14 8. Karlyn Scott, FSC ................ 13 Cassy Zamora, BU ............................... 13 Katie Kelton, NSU ............................... 13

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2011 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE STATISTICS Team Pitching Rollins College University of Tampa Barry University Fla. Southern College Nova SE University Florida Tech Saint Leo University Eckerd College Lynn University

ERA 0.77 0.98 2.19 2.31 2.37 2.45 2.82 4.94 7.35

W-L 45-4 39-9 34-14 25-21 32-20 24-26 25-29 15-39 10-42

CG 42 39 30 23 34 42 18 18 44

SH 28 18 8 8 9 6 4 4 1

SV 3 3 0 1 5 0 3 1 0

IP 309.1 322.0 328.2 314.2 349.0 328.2 345.1 334.2 310.1

H 163 207 285 314 339 321 400 524 485

R 46 60 164 162 177 153 210 359 420

ER 34 45 103 104 118 115 139 236 326

BB 72 64 130 98 102 104 114 127 252

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Hope Bitzer, RC ............................. 0.61 Kirsten Frame, RC ......................... 0.66 Deanna Henriott, UT.................... 0.71 Amye McIntyre, RC ...................... 1.25 Kari Walsh, UT .............................. 1.43 Brianna Smith, BU ........................ 1.43 Kristen Kelly, SL ........................... 1.72 Brianna Barth, FT ......................... 1.73 Christine Clark, FSC .......... 1.89 Lexi Sarradet, NSU ..................... 1.95

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

STRIKEOUTS Deanna Henriott, UT ...................... Hope Bitzer, RC ............................... Brianna Smith, BU ........................... Lexi Sarradet, NSU........................ Kirsten Frame, RC ........................... Sara DeMuth, NSU ......................... Christine Clark, FSC ........... Brianna Barth, FT ............................ Callie Darlin, LU ............................... Amye McIntyre, RC ........................

WINS Deanna Henriott, UT.......................... 25 Christine Clark, FSC ............. 22 Hope Bitzer, RC ................................... 18 Brianna Smith, BU .............................. 16 Kirsten Frame, RC ............................... 15 Kari Walsh, UT .................................... 14 Lexi Sarradet, NSU ........................... 14 8. Paula Mackin, BU ................................. 13 Brianna Barth, FT ............................... 13 10. three pitchers with ............................ 10

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

STRIKEOUTS/7.0 INNINGS Deanna Henriott, UT ...................... 9.92 Hope Bitzer, RC ............................... 8.99 Amye McIntyre, RC ........................ 8.78 Kirsten Frame, RC ........................... 8.39 Lexi Sarradet, NSU........................ 6.68 Sara DeMuth, NSU ......................... 6.29 Brianna Smith, BU ........................... 5.91 Paula Mackin, BU .............................. 5.35 Jessica Bevlin, BU ........................... 5.09 Liana Derringer, FSC........... 4.59

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

WINNING % (MIN. 10 WINS) Hope Bitzer, RC ................... .947 (18-1) Amye McIntyre, RC ............ .909 (10-1) Kirsten Frame, RC ............... .882 (15-2) Deanna Henriott, UT.......... .833 (25-5) Kari Walsh, UT .................... .778 (14-4) Paula Mackin, BU ................. .765 (13-4) Kristen Kelly, SL ................. .714 (10-4) Lexi Sarradet, NSU ........... .700 (14-6) Christine Clark, FSC…..647 (22-12) Brianna Smith, BU .............. .640 (16-9)

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

FEWEST WALKS/7.0 INNINGS Christine Clark, FSC ........... 0.93 Kirsten Frame, RC ........................... 1.12 Deanna Henriott, UT ...................... 1.38 Kari Walsh, UT ................................. 1.43 Lexi Sarradet, NSU........................ 1.46 Alex Sasso, EC ................................. 1.66 Amye McIntyre, RC ........................ 1.67 Brianna Barth, FT ............................ 2.17 Megan Still, SL ................................. 2.18 Hope Bitzer, RC ............................... 2.18

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

INNINGS PITCHED Christine Clark, FSC .......... 203.1 Deanna Henriott, UT.................... 198.1 Brianna Barth, FT ......................... 190.1 Callie Darlin, LU ............................. 189.1 Brianna Smith, BU ........................ 171.2 Lexi Sarradet, NSU ..................... 143.2 Sara DeMuth, NSU ...................... 134.2 Hope Bitzer, RC ............................. 125.1 Kari Walsh, UT .............................. 122.2 Alex Sasso, EC ............................... 118.0

OPPONENTS’ BATTING AVERAGE 1. Hope Bitzer, RC ............................... .136 2. Deanna Henriott, UT ...................... .149 3. Kirsten Frame, RC ........................... . 157 4. Amye McIntyre, RC ........................ .186 5. Brianna Smith, BU ........................... .201 6. Kari Walsh, UT ................................. .229 7. Lexi Sarradet, NSU........................ .230 8. Paula Mackin, BU .............................. .235 9. Liana Derringer, FSC........... .237 10. Brianna Barth, FT ............................ .238

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281 161 145 137 127 121 120 119 93 84

SO 385 359 263 183 294 178 167 116 144

Fielding Rollins Tampa Fla. Tech Nova SE Saint Leo FSC Barry Eckerd Lynn

PO 928 966 986 1047 1036 944 986 1004 931

A 261 278 428 386 524 380 372 496 366

E 30 41 58 59 76 73 80 117 105

FLD % .975 .968 .961 .960 .954 .948 .944 .928 .925

COMPLETE GAMES Callie Darlin, LU ................................ Deanna Henriott, UT ....................... Brianna Barth, FT............................. Christine Clark, FSC ........... Brianna Smith, BU ............................ Hope Bitzer, RC ................................ Lexi Sarradet, NSU ........................ Freddy Kraus, FT ............................. Sara DeMuth, NSU .......................... Kristen Frame, RC ............................

29 26 25 21 18 17 16 15 14 14

SHUTOUTS Hope Bitzer, RC ................................ Deanna Henriott, UT ....................... Kristen Frame, RC ............................ Christine Clark, FSC ........... Lexi Sarradet, NSU ........................ 6. Brianna Smith, BU ............................ 7. Amye McIntyre, RC ......................... Kari Walsh, UT.................................. Brianna Barth, FT............................. 10. Kaitlyn Dougherty, EC .....................

12 11 7 6 6 5 4 4 4 2

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1. 2. 3. 4.

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THE SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE Founded in 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has risen from a single sport organization to the Division II “Conference of Champions”. Since its inception, the conference has grown steadily in sports played, membership and national prominence. Sunshine State Conference member schools have won recent NCAA national titles (76 total) in baseball, Commissioner men’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, Jay Jones men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball. The SSC is also nationally recognized in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s rowing and women’s basketball. The SSC sponsors championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, softball and women’s rowing. Last year saw the SSC add two more titles to the list when Nova Southeastern captured its third straight national championship in women’s golf, and Barry brought home the women’s tennis championship one year after its men won. For more information, please contact:

SSC Member Schools School Location Enrollment Joined SSC Barry University ................... Miami Shores ........ 8,242 .............. 1988 Eckerd College .................... St. Petersburg ....... 1,832 .............. 1975 Florida Southern College ..... Lakeland ................ 2,185 .............. 1975 Florida Tech ......................... Melbourne ............. 8,985 .............. 1981 Lynn University .................... Boca Raton ........... 2,109 .............. 1997 Nova SE University .............. Davie ..................... 5,355 .............. 2002 Rollins College ..................... Winter Park ........... 1,759 .............. 1975 Saint Leo University ............. Saint Leo ............... 1,744 .............. 1975 University of Tampa ............. Tampa ................... 6,600 .............. 1981

Did You Know?  The Florida Southern softball team set a league record for  any  sport  by  winning  95  consecutive  conference  games  from  1985‐89.  That  streak  started  with  the  final  seven  games  of  1985,  continued  through  four  undefeated  conference  seasons,  and  finally  ended  with  a  1‐0,  eight‐ inning loss to Barry in the first SSC game of 1990.   

The  longest  overall  winning  streak  in  SSC  history  belongs  to Barry, which won 35 in a row in 2008. That streak was  ended by Florida Southern with a 3‐1 victory on April 13. 

Jay Jones, Commissioner  Kelly Harrison, Asst. Commissioner for Internal Relations  Maryanne Simkulak, Asst. Commissioner, Membership Services  400 South Park Avenue, Suite 150  Winter Park, FL  32789  (321) 972‐1803

 

Ironically,  the  second  longest  conference  winning  streak  for  any  SSC  sport  is  held  by  the  Barry  women’s  soccer  team,  which  won  44  straight  SSC  matches  from  1998‐ 2004. That streak was also snapped by Florida Southern. 

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2011 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE WRAP-UP SSC YEAR-BY-YEAR CHAMPIONS

2011 FINAL STANDINGS Team x-Rollins x-Tampa x-Barry Florida Southern Nova Southeastern Saint Leo Florida Tech Lynn Eckerd

OVERALL 45-4 39-9 34-14 25-21 32-20 25-29 24-26 10-42 15-39

SSC 22-1 19-5 18-5 13-11 10-14 9-15 8-16 5-19 3-21

YEAR 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

x-Earned NCAA Tournament bid

1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF C DP P P UT AtLAtL-

All-SSC First-Team Jessica Tabor ..................JR ........................... Barry Krista Rodden ..................JR ......................... Rollins Susan Jallo ......................JR .........................Tampa Amber Pederson............. SR ......................... Rollins Grace Collins ...................JR ........................... Barry Alyssa Goldsmith .............JR ........................... Barry Monica Meadows.............JR ......................... Rollins Christine Roser ............... SR ......................... Rollins Gina Bondarenko............ FR ..... Nova Southeastern Hope Bitzer ......................JR ......................... Rollins Deanna Henriott ..............JR .........................Tampa Laura Saladrigas ............ SO ..... Nova Southeastern Randi Grimes (DP) ........ JR ....... Florida Southern Brittany Martin (1B) ...... JR ....... Florida Southern

CHAMPION Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern/Barry Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern/North Fla. Florida Southern Florida Southern

YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

CHAMPION Florida Southern/Barry Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Tampa Barry Barry Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Barry Florida Southern/Rollins Rollins Rollins

Grimes and Martin tied for at-large position on 1st team

1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF C DP P P UT AtL -

All-SSC Second-Team Jessica Moreland............ SR ......................... Rollins Brittany Joseph ............... SR .........................Tampa Sarah Broeseker............. SO ........................... Barry Natalia Ojeda .................. SO ........................... Barry Dani Blake ..................... SR ....... Florida Southern Brittany Gross ................. SR ............................ Lynn Katrina Lavadan ............. SR ............................ Lynn Becky Vyzas ....................JR .........................Tampa none Kirsten Frame ................. SO ......................... Rollins Brianna Smith ..................JR ........................... Barry Veronica Alred ................ FR ......................... Rollins Brianna Barth (P) ............ SR ................ Florida Tech

Dani Blake finished off her career in 2011 by earning Second Team All-SSC honors. She hit .356 with 12 RBI and 12 steals, and committed just one error in 73 chances in centerfield. SSC Career Records Held by Florida Southern Players Hits ......................... 298 ..... Shelly Davis ................ 1993-96 At-Bats .................... 756 ..... Jesse Shepherd.......... 2004-07 Doubles .................... 58 ..... Shelly Davis ................ 1993-96 Stolen Bases .......... 183 ..... Traci Wood ................. 1993-96 Sacrifice Hits............. 53 ..... Jennifer Potts .............. 1995-98 Wins........................ 124 ..... Megan Brown ............. 2004-07 Winning Perc. ........ .844 ..... Dori Stankewitz........... 1985-88 Shutouts ................... 58 ..... Megan Brown ............. 2004-07 Saves........................ 13 ..... Julianne Coleman ....... 1996-99 Strikeout Ratio ..... 10.29 ..... Dori Stankewitz........... 1985-88  

Honorable Mention OF - Katie Kelton .....................JR ..... Nova Southeastern

Did You Know?  Florida  Southern’s  Patty  Fleig,  who  played  from  1993‐ 96, held the SSC career RBI record with 173 until it was  broken  by  Christine  Roser  of  Rollins.  Roser  also  broke  the  career  record  for  walks,  which  had  been  held  by  Florida Southern’s Ashley Alpizar (2004‐07). 

PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Christine Roser, Rollins PITCHER-OF-THE-YEAR: Hope Bitzer, Rollins FRESHMAN-OF-THE-YEAR: Veronica Alred, Rollins COACH-OF-THE-YEAR: Michelle Frew, Rollins 63

 

 


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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE OPPONENTS OPPONENT: Barry University Series Date: March 17-18 (H) Nickname: Buccaneers Colors: Red, Black & Silver Location: Miami Shores, FL Enrollment: 8,123 First Year of Softball: 1986 All-Time Record: 871-392-1 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 15 Most Recent NCAA Tournament: 2011 Best Finish: National Runner-up (1998) 2011 Record: 31-14 2011 SSC Record/Finish: 18-5 / 3rd Position Starters Returning/Lost: 9/1 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 2/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/6 Series with Fla. Southern: FSC leads 60-38 Last Year: Barry won 2-of-3 Head Coach: Danielle Penner Alma Mater/Year: California (PA), ‘98 Record at Barry/Years: 225-97 (6) Career Record/Years: Same SID: Dennis Jezek (305-899-3553) SB Contact: Dennis Jezek (305-899-3553) Website: gobarrybucs.com

OPPONENT: Eckerd College Series Date: March 9-10 (H) Nickname: Tritons Colors: Navy, Teal, Black & White Location: St. Petersburg, FL Enrollment: 1,832 First Year of Softball: 1982 All-Time Record: 343-929-2 NCAA Tournament Appearances: none Most Recent NCAA Tournament: none Best Finish: none 2011 Record: 15-39 2011 SSC Record/Finish: 3-21 / 9th Position Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 3/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/5 Series with Fla. Southern: FSC leads 94-4 Last Year: FSC won 3-of-3 Head Coach: Josh Beauregard Alma Mater/Year: Eckerd, ’03 Record at Eckerd/Years: 59-159-1 (4) Career Record/Years: Same SID: Ben Schlesselman (727-864-8242) SB Contact: Sean Sullivan (727-864-8015) Website: eckerdtritons.com

OPPONENT: Florida Tech Series Date: April 13-14 (A) Nickname: Panthers Colors: Crimson & Gray Location: Melbourne, FL Enrollment: 8,985 First Year of Softball: 1982 All-Time Record: 582-550 NCAA Tournament Appearances: none Most Recent NCAA Tournament: none Best Finish: none 2011 Record: 24-26 2011 SSC Record/Finish: 8-16 / 7th Position Starters Returning/Lost: 7/3 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 2/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3 Series with Fla. Southern: FSC leads 85-11 Last Year: FSC won 3-of-3 Head Coach: Val Silvestrini Alma Mater/Year: Armstrong Atlantic, ’06 Record at Fla. Tech/Years: 46-54 (2) Career Record/Years: Same SID: Ryan Jones (321-674-8250) SB Contact: Ryan Jones (321-674-8250) Website: floridatechsports.com

OPPONENT: Lynn University Series Date: March 23-24 (A) Nickname: Fighting Knights Colors: Blue & White Location: Boca Raton, FL Enrollment: 2,109 First Year of Softball: 1998 All-Time Record: 289-392-2 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 1 Most Recent NCAA Tournament: 2001 Best Finish: Regional 3rd place (2001) 2011 Record: 10-42 2011 SSC Record/Finish: 5-19 / 8th Position Starters Returning/Lost: 5/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 2/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5 Series with Fla. Southern: FSC leads 32-12 Last Year: FSC won 2-of-3 Head Coach: Amy Bellisari Alma Mater/Year: Florida Atlantic, ’04 Record at Lynn/Years: First Year Career Record/Years: First Year SID: Chad Beattie (561-237-7341) SB Contact: Lance Thomas (561-237-7279) Website: lynnfightingknights.com

OPPONENT: Nova Southeastern University Series Date: April 20-21 (A) Nickname: Sharks Colors: Navy & Gray Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL Enrollment: 5,355 First Year of Softball: 1995 All-Time Record: 598-321-2 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 2 Most Recent NCAA Tournament: 2010 Best Finish: Regional t-3rd place (2009) 2011 Record: 32-20 2011 SSC Record/Finish: 10-14 / 5th Position Starters Returning/Lost: 5/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 1/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/6 Series with Fla. Southern: FSC leads 16-13 Last Year: FSC won 2-of-3 Head Coach: Lisa Boneé Alma Mater/Year: Middle Tennessee State, ’85 Record at Nova SE/Years: 304-207-1 (9) Career Record/Years: 488-335-1 (15) SID: Keith Smith (954-262-8261) SB Contact: Brock Malone (954-262-8235) Website: NSUSharks.com

OPPONENT: Rollins College Series Date: April 26-27 (H) Nickname: Tars Colors: Blue & Yellow Location: Winter Park, FL Enrollment: 1,759 First Year of Softball: 1982 All-Time Record: 600-448 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 6 Most Recent NCAA Tournament: 2011 Best Finish: Regional 3rd place (2004) 2011 Record: 45-4 2011 SSC Record/Finish: 22-1 / 1st Position Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 2/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/7 Series with Fla. Southern: FSC leads 81-15 Last Year: Rollins won 3-of-3 Head Coach: Michelle Frew Alma Mater/Year: Eckerd, ’91 Record at Rollins/Years: 538-240 (15) Career Record/Years: Same SID: Nate Weyant (407-646-2661) SB Contact: Clay Starrett (407-646-2393) Website: RollinsSports.com

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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE OPPONENTS OPPONENT: Saint Leo University Series Date: March 2-3 (A) Nickname: Lions Colors: Green & Gold Location: Saint Leo, FL Enrollment: 1,862 First Year of Softball: 1982 All-Time Record: 723-593 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 5 Most Recent NCAA Tournament: 2008 Best Finish: Regional 3rd place (2008) 2011 Record: 25-29 2011 SSC Record/Finish: 9-15 / 6th Position Starters Returning/Lost: 4/6 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 2/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/12 Series with Fla. Southern: FSC leads 78-18 Last Year: FSC won 2-of-3 Head Coach: John Conway Alma Mater/Year: Tarkio, ‘89 Record at Saint Leo/Years: 25-29 (1) Career Record/Years: 246-205-2 (9) SID: Evan Ortiz (352-588-8506) SB Contact: Michael Farrant (352-588-8682) Website: SaintLeoLions.com

OPPONENT: University of Tampa Series Date: April 5-6 (H) Nickname: Spartans Colors: Red, Black & Gold Location: Tampa, FL Enrollment: 6,600 First Year of Softball: 1987 All-Time Record: 539-469 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 6 Most Recent NCAA Tournament: 2011 Best Finish: Regional 2nd place (2008) 2011 Record: 39-9 2011 SSC Record/Finish: 19-5 / 2nd Position Starters Returning/Lost: 5/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 1/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/12 Series with Fla. Southern: FSC leads 67-27 Last Year: Tampa won 3-of-3 Head Coach: Leslie Kanter Alma Mater/Year: South Florida, ’86 Record at Tampa/Years: 415-347 (17) Career Record/Years: Same SID: Tom Kolbe (813-257-3473) SB Contact: Sam Baldwin (813-253-6241) Website: tampaspartans.com

Did You Know? Although  the  Sunshine  State  Conference  does  not  sponsor  a  conference tournament now, at one  time  the  league  did.  It  was  held  during all three seasons that the SSC  sponsored slow‐pitch softball (1982‐ 84), as well as the first two seasons  of  fast‐pitch  competition  (1985‐86),  and Florida Southern won all five of  those tournaments.   

The last one in 1986 was a one‐day,  single  elimination  event  hosted  by  Florida  Southern  at  Barnett  Field,  with the top four teams in the final  standings  the  only  qualifiers.  The  Moccasins  beat  Florida  Tech  5‐0  in  the first game behind a no‐hitter by  Dori Stankewitz. Rhonda Kaiser then  blanked  St.  Thomas  on  five  hits  in  the championship game for another  5‐0  win.  Beth  Greig  hit  a  3‐run  homer  in  the  5th  inning,  and  Chris  Palmer added a 2‐run shot in the 6th  for all of the scoring.

2012 Sunshine State Conference Composite Schedule  Friday, March 2 Fla. Tech at Nova SE .......................... 7:00 Fla. Southern at Saint Leo .................. 7:00 Lynn at Tampa .................................... 7:00 Saturday, March 3 Fla. Tech at Nova SE (DH) ................. 1:00 Fla. Southern at Saint Leo (DH) ......... 1:00 Lynn at Tampa (DH)............................ 1:00 Tuesday, March 6 Fla. Tech at Barry................................ 3:00 Wednesday, March 7 Fla. Tech at Barry (DH) ..................... 12:00 Friday, March 9 Tampa at Fla. Tech ............................. 2:00 Saint Leo at Barry ............................... 6:00 Eckerd at Fla. Southern ...................... 7:00 Nova SE at Rollins .............................. 7:00 Saturday, March 10 Saint Leo at Barry (DH) ..................... 12:00 Eckerd at Fla. Southern (DH).............. 1:00 Tampa at Fla. Tech (DH) .................... 1:00 Nova SE at Rollins (DH) ..................... 1:00 Friday, March 16 Rollins at Lynn..................................... 2:30 Nova SE at Eckerd .............................. 7:00 Saint Leo at Tampa ............................. 7:00

Saturday, March 17 Nova SE at Eckerd (DH) ..................... 1:00 Rollins at Lynn (DH) ............................ 1:00 Saint Leo at Tampa (DH) .................... 1:00 Barry at Fla. Southern ......................... 6:00

Thursday, April 5 Eckerd at Lynn .....................................2:30 Barry at Rollins (DH) ............................4:00 Fla. Tech at Saint Leo (DH) .................5:00 Tampa at Fla. Southern .......................7:00

Sunday, March 18 Barry at Fla. Southern (DH) ................ 1:00

Friday, April 6 Eckerd at Lynn (DH) ..........................10:00 Fla. Tech at Saint Leo .......................12:00 Barry at Rollins ..................................12:00 Tampa at Fla. Southern (DH) ..............5:00

Friday, March 23 Fla. Southern at Lynn .......................... 3:30 Fla. Tech at Eckerd ............................. 7:00 Barry at Nova SE ................................. 7:00 Rollins at Tampa ................................. 7:00

Friday, April 13 Fla. Southern at Fla. Tech ...................3:00 Nova SE at Lynn ..................................4:00 Saint Leo at Rollins ..............................7:00 Eckerd at Tampa .................................7:00

Saturday, March 24 Fla. Tech at Eckerd (DH)..................... 1:00 Fla. Southern at Lynn (DH) ................. 1:00 Rollins at Tampa (DH) ......................... 1:00 Barry at Nova SE (DH) ........................ 5:00

Saturday, April 14 Fla. Southern at Fla. Tech (DH) ..........1:00 Nova SE at Lynn (DH) .........................1:00 Saint Leo at Rollins (DH) .....................1:00 Eckerd at Tampa (DH) .........................1:00

Friday, March 30 Lynn at Fla. Tech ................................. 3:00 Tampa at Barry .................................... 6:00 Eckerd at Rollins ................................. 7:00 Nova SE at Saint Leo .......................... 7:00

Tuesday, April 17 Rollins at Fla. Tech ..............................3:00 Wednesday, April 18 Rollins at Fla. Tech (DH) .....................2:00

Saturday, March 31 Tampa at Barry (DH) ......................... 12:00 Lynn at Fla. Tech (DH) ........................ 1:00 Eckerd at Rollins (DH) ......................... 1:00 Nova SE at Saint Leo (DH) ................. 1:00

Friday, April 20 Lynn at Barry .......................................6:00 Saint Leo at Eckerd .............................7:00 Fla. Southern at Nova SE ....................7:00

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Saturday, April 21 Lynn at Barry (DH) .............................. 1:00 Saint Leo at Eckerd (DH) .................... 1:00 Fla. Southern at Nova SE (DH) .......... 1:00 Thursday, April 26 Rollins at Fla. Southern....................... 7:00 Friday, April 27 Rollins at Fla. Southern (DH) .............. 1:00 Barry at Eckerd ................................... 7:00 Tampa at Nova SE.............................. 7:00 Saturday, April 28 Barry at Eckerd (DH)........................... 1:00 Tampa at Nova SE (DH) ..................... 1:00 Sunday, April 29 Lynn at Saint Leo (DH) ..................... 12:00 Monday, April 30 Lynn at Saint Leo ................................ 2:30


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SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE HALL-OF-FAME There are more members of the SSC Hall of Fame from Florida Southern than any other school in the league, and three more were inducted in 2011 to bring that total to 44. The most recent inductees are men’s golfer Steve Paramore, softball player Wanda Graham, and women’s basketball player Lucresia West (pictured from left to right). Nine Moccasin representatives were inducted into the inaugural class in 1991-92, and FSC has had at least one inductee in 16 of the 19 classes since the Hall’s inception. Of the 44 inductees, 30 have been student-athletes, while 10 have come from the coaching ranks, and four from administrative and staff positions.

CLASS OF 2002-03 Becky Thyhsen - volleyball Norm Benn - women’s basketball coach Rocco Mediate - men’s golf

CLASS OF 1991-92 Dana Cozine - volleyball John Ebeling - men’s basketball John Edwards - men’s basketball Tom Gleeton - men’s golf Sandy Hudson - volleyball Charley Matlock - men’s golf coach Tom Patri - men’s golf Hal Smeltzly - baseball coach / athletic director Lois Webb - volleyball coach

CLASS OF 2003-04 Tarra Blackwell - Women’s Basketball CLASS OF 2004-05 Shelly Davis - softball Wayne Koehler - sports information director Shanna Nagy - women’s golf

CLASS OF 1992-93 Joe Arnold - baseball coach Lee Janzen - men’s golf

CLASS OF 2005-06 Lisa Cave - women’s golf Jeff Klauk - men’s golf James Vida - baseball

CLASS OF 1993-94 Ed Jeffries - women’s tennis coach Jerry Johnson - men’s basketball Dori Stankewitz - softball

CLASS OF 2006-07 Duane Hopkins - faculty athletics representative B.J. Leach - baseball Traci Wood - softball

CLASS OF 1994-95 Bill “Doc” Connors - trainer Kris Kearney - men’s basketball

CLASS OF 2007-08 Julianne Coleman - softball Buck Dawson - cross-country coach Jana Peterkova - women’s golf

CLASS OF 1995-96 Chuck Anderson - baseball coach Terry Gilmore - baseball Missey Crain - volleyball

CLASS OF 2008-09 Lisa Ball - women’s golf Wayne Raath - women’s golf

CLASS OF 1996-97 Hal Wissel - men’s basketball coach CLASS OF 1998-99 Kellie Robinson - softball

CLASS OF 2010-11 Wanda Graham - softball Steve Paramore - men’s golf Lucresia West – women’s basketball

CLASS OF 1999-00 Chris Bellotto - softball coach John Hudek – baseball

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN ATHLETIC HALL-OF-FAME INAUGURAL CLASS OF 2002 Chuck Anderson - Baseball (1959-62) Baseball Coach (1984-2002) Chris Bellotto - Softball Coach (1982-present) John Ebeling - Men’s Basketball (1979-82) Ken Huebner - Baseball (1962-65) Lee Janzen - Men’s Golf (1983-86) Jerry Johnson - Men’s Basketball (1985-88) Floyd E. Lay - Men’s Basketball (1938-41) Charley Matlock - Men’s Golf Coach (1972-95) Greg Pryor - Baseball (1968-71) Kellie Robinson - Softball (1989-92) Charles Senger - Baseball/Basketball (1954-57) Hal Smeltzly - Baseball Coach (1958-1976) and Athletics Director (1977-2000) Lois Webb - Volleyball Coach (1977-2000) George Jenkins - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2003 Joe Arnold - Baseball Coach (1977-83) Kim Disbro - Women’s Basketball (1984-87) Fred Lapper - Men’s Basketball (1950-53) Justice Fred R. Lewis - Men’s Bsk. (1965-69) Andy McGaffigan - Baseball (1977-78) Rocco Mediate - Men’s Golf (1983-84) Jay Smith - Baseball (1971-73) Dori Stankewitz - Softball (1985-88) Dr. Hal Wissel - Men’s Bsk. Coach (1977-82) Jimmie Sikes - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2004 Norm Benn - Women’s Bsk. Coach (1985-97) Rodney Butcher - Men’s Golf (1989-92) Katy Cortelyou - Softball (1992-95) Terry Gilmore - Baseball (1984-87) Kris Kearney - Men’s Basketball (1985-89) Tarra Blackwell - Women’s Basketball (1995-98) Tom Patri - Men’s Golf (1980-81) Becky Thyhsen - Volleyball (1989-91) Clarence “Blade” Kelley - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2005 Bob Bowman - Men’s Basketball (1963-67) Jim Bush - Men’s Soccer Coach (1957-80); Men’s Tennis Coach (1959-85); Women’s Tennis Coach (‘79-80) Missey Crain - Volleyball (1988-90) Shelly Davis - Softball (1993-96) John Edwards - Men’s Basketball (1973-76) Tom Gleeton - Men’s Golf (1977-79) Shanna Nagy - Women’s Golf (1996-99) Basil “Rocky” Pegg - Men’s Bsk. (1949-51) Marcus “Joker” Marchant - Honorary Member

The Class of 2011 The tenth class of the Florida Southern College Athletic Hall of Fame was enshrined in March of 2010. Front row (L-R): Lucresia West (women’s basketball, 2002-05), Sara Stewart (volleyball, 1997-00), and Lisa McNeley (softball, 1996-97). Back row (L-R): Robbie Davis representing Rachel Bell (women’s golf, 2001-02), Dave McCorkle (baseball, 1984-85), Cliff Dixon (men’s soccer, 1995-97), Bob Adams (honorary). CLASS OF 2006 Cris Allen - Baseball (1986-89) Frank Cacciatore - Baseball (1974-75) Lisa Cave - Women’s Golf (1997-2000) A.L. “Buck” Dawson - Cross Country Coach (1995-2006) Alan Grossman - Men’s Soccer (1971-74) Sandy Hudson - Volleyball (1981-82) Dr. Ed Jeffries - Women’s Tennis Coach (1981-99) Jeff Klauk - Men’s Golf (1997-2000) Frank Szabo - Administrator James Vida - Baseball (1994-95) CLASS OF 2007 Allison Avey - Women’s Tennis (1982-85) Robbie Davis - Women’s Golf Coach (1997present) Doug Gordin - Men’s Golf Coach (1996-present) Simon Harper - Men’s Basketball (1971-72) Wayne Koehler - Sports Info. Director (1983-95, 1999-2002) B.J. Leach - Baseball (1998-99) Mohammed Sabie - Men’s Soccer (1954) Traci Wood - Softball (1992-96) Jack Slayton - Honorary Member

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CLASS OF 2008 Alberto Bonfil - Men’s Tennis (1997-2000) Kelly Charron - Women’s Basketball (1992-95) Julianne Coleman - Softball (1996-99) Frank DeSavino - Men’s Basketball (1953-56) Jana Peterkova – Women’s Golf (2001-02) Wayne Raath – Men’s Golf (1997-2000) Steve Sokol - Men’s Golf (2001-02) Brett Tomko - Baseball (1995) George Hudson - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2009 Lisa Ball - Women’s Golf (2000-02) Kim Crawford - Volleyball (1993-94) Bob Gendron - Baseball (1981-82) Wanda Graham - Softball (1990-93) Joe Sickles - Baseball (1981-83) Jill Stephens - Volleyball (1991-1994) Chrissy Teresi - Softball (1991-92) Stacey Ungashick - Women’s Bsk. (1990-93) Jack Varasse - Honorary Member CLASS OF 2010 Brian Bain - Men’s Soccer (1966-69) Dana Cozine - Volleyball (1983-84) Marco Dawson – Men’s Golf (1982-85) Beith Greig - Softball (1986-87) Duane Hopkins – Faculty Athletic Rep. (1999-07) Steve Paramore – Men’s Golf (2000-03) Darron Stiles – Men’s Golf (1992-95) John Mack – Honorary Member


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Florida Southern College Frank Lloyd Wright's "Child of the Sun"

The Danforth Chapel is one of two chapels on campus designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Thad Buckner Building is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright “Child of the Sun” Visitor Center.

The Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center houses a fullsized basketball court, weight and aerobic rooms, and a student lounge and is adjacent to an NCAA regulation size swimming pool. 

Florida Southern is home to the world’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed planetarium. 

Frank Lloyd Wright often visited Florida Southern during his 20year relationship with the college.

Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, completed in 1941, was the first of Wright's designs at Florida Southern College. 

Founded by the United Methodist Church, Florida Southern College is one of the oldest private colleges in the state, tracing its beginnings to a small seminary in Orlando in 1885. The tie to its founding church has remained constant and is today, a proud part of the College's heritage and a bright beacon for the future. Florida Southern moved to Lakeland in the heart of Florida's citrus belt in 1922 and began the construction of a campus that would eventually become a national landmark. The beautiful 100-acre campus, on the north shore of Lake Hollingsworth, includes the world's largest collection of buildings by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Florida Southern’s West Campus, now known throughout the world, actually had its inception in the mind of Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of the college from 19251957.

In 1935 he conceived the idea of an ultra-modern campus, designed by the world's leading architect. Ground was broken two years later for the first building in the Wright collection, the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. What Frank Lloyd Wright created on the campus is amazing. His original work is still as modern and exciting as the newest buildings still on many architect's drawing boards. It is, perhaps, symbolic that the greatest concentration of his genius should be located at a small, private institution of higher learning. Perhaps he describes it best, "...out of the ground and into the light, a child of the sun...the college of tomorrow." 68

 

 


2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide  As one of the four original buildings on the FSC campus, Joseph-Reynolds Hall (“JR”) offers one of the best views on campus. It sits atop a hill overlooking Lake Hollingsworth. Community life is big here - the women of JR form groups within the building as a whole and also within the “wings” and smaller hallways. JR and its companion hall, Spivey, are located in the center of campus between Edge Hall and Ordway and serve mainly as first-year female residence halls. 

Florida Southern’s recently renovated Water Dome, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, made its premiere performance on October 25, 2007. The Water Dome features 74 jets powering streams of water 45-feet into the air. It took almost 260,000 gallons of water to fill the basin of the dome and at full power 4,800 gallons are water are pumped per minute. 

Wesley Hall is one of two new twin residence halls at FSC, and opened in the fall of 2008. The second building, Nicholas Hall, opened in the fall of 2009. Each new residence hall includes 115 bedrooms with views of Lake Hollingsworth, meeting rooms, student lounges, kitchens, and study spaces.

All of Florida Southern College’s residence halls offer wireless access in the common lobby areas and every room offers cable TV and is wired for internet access. In addition, wireless hotspots on campus include the Roux Library, TûTû’s Cyber Cafe (which offers Starbucks products), Wynee’s Bistro (our cafeteria), and the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center and pool area.

A grouping of three residence halls, the Publix Commons are close to just about everything on the Florida Southern campus. All three buildings offer suitestyle living in which six students each have their own rooms and share a living area and bathroom. The Publix Commons also is home to Florida Southern’s Greek organizations.  69

 

 


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS Florida Southern College is proud to be able to provide distinct scholarships for most of its varsity sports. Established by gifts from many generous donors, these named scholarships were created to recognize and honor an individual or were created as memorials. All of them reflect a donor’s love of sports, a desire to assist exceptional student-athletes, and a commitment to higher education. Florida Southern’s Athletic Department is extremely grateful for the support from these outstanding individuals. If you are interested in contributing to a current scholarship or establishing a new one, please call Florida Southern Athletic Director Pete Meyer at 863680-4264. WOMEN'S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Taylor Greene Memorial Scholarship

BASEBALL • Jim & Phyllis Adams Scholarship • Chuck Anderson Scholarship • John Cedarburg Scholarship • John & Rebecca Rodda Scholarship • Hal Smeltzly Scholarship

SOFTBALL • Chris Bellotto Scholarship • Stanley Gaines Scholarship • Mary Meloy Scholarship

MEN'S BASKETBALL • The Blade and The Blu Scholarship • Scott Kelly Scholarship • John P. & William P. Buckley Scholarship

MEN'S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL • Dick Goding Scholarship

WOMEN'S SWIMMING • Hal & Marjorie Hollis Roberts Scholarship

MEN'S & WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN'S TENNIS • David & Carol Walters Scholarship • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship

MEN'S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Conner Janzen Scholarship • George Jenkins Scholarship • James "Jimmie" Sikes Scholarship • Leon "Pop" Sikes, Sr. Scholarship • Hal Sherron Fund

WOMEN'S TENNIS • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship VOLLEYBALL • Ruby Adams - Ellene Szabo Scholarship • Dorothy Cofrin Scholarship • Herman & Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Stephens Family Scholarship • Irene Wagner Scholarship • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family Scholarship • Lois Webb Scholarship

WOMEN'S GOLF • Tommy Billings Scholarship • Dan Burton Scholarship • Bobby Hinson - Bobby Bates Memorial Scholarship • Nell W. Phelps Scholarship

GENERAL • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family Scholarship

MEN'S SOCCER • Hubert & Margaret Webb Family - Dorothy J. Lazarz Scholarship • Dick Wells Fund

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FSC’s FINISHES IN NACDA CUP

DIRECTIONS TO FSC

Sponsored by Learfield Sports and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, the NACDA Cup standings rank every NCAA Division II program based on their performances in the various national championships. Grand Valley State (MI) was the overall winner for the eighth consecutive year.

From Orlando… I-4 West to exit 33. Turn left off exit, and turn right at second stoplight. Continue to major intersection at Memorial Blvd and turn left. Go 1/2 mile to Ingraham Avenue and turn right. Go to McDonald and turn right. Parking lot is on the left, just past Barnett Field.

SEASON ....................... PLACE ......................... PTS 1995-96 ............................ 13th .......................... 328.0 th 1996-97 ............................ 27 .......................... 283.5 th 1997-98 ............................. 5 ........................... 320.0 th 1998-99 ............................. 4 ........................... 320.0 th 1999-00 ............................. 4 ........................... 473.0 th 2000-01 ............................ 30 .......................... 310.0 2001-02 ............................ 24th .......................... 344.0 th 2002-03 ............................ 40 .......................... 310.5 th 2003-04 ............................ 26 .......................... 385.5 th 2004-05 ............................ 13 .......................... 445.5 th 2005-06 ............................ 15 .......................... 404.0 2006-07 ............................ 10th .......................... 554.0 th 2007-08 ............................ 39 .......................... 351.5 2008-09 ............................ 36th .......................... 375.0 rd 2009-10 ............................ 23 .......................... 450.0 2010-11 ............................ 19th .......................... 456.0

From Orlando Airport… Take 417 South (toll road) to I-4 West and follow directions above. From Tampa/St. Petersburg… Follow I-4 East to Exit 27 (570E, Polk Parkway exit). Go approximately 6.1 miles to Exit 7 (South Florida Avenue - toll: 50 cents). Turn left onto 37N (South Florida Avenue) and go to McDonald Street. Turn right on McDonald and go seven blocks to the campus. Barnett Field is the by the second parking lot on the right. From Palm Beach/Miami… Take Florida Turnpike north to Yeehaw Junction (Highway 60). Take Highway 60 to 98 North in Bartow, and 98 North into Lakeland. Watch for the Grove Park Shopping Plaza (on the left) and turn left at Crystal Lake Drive. Go to Lake Hollingsworth Drive, turn right and go around the lake to Ingraham Avenue. Turn right again, and go to stop sign (McDonald) and turn left. Parking lot will be on the left, just past Barnett Field.

FLORIDA SOUTHERN SECOND ON BOTH SIDES OF THE MAYORS’ CUP

MAJORS and FIELDS OF STUDY

The Mayors’ Cup recognizes competition in seven sports for men (soccer, cross country, basketball, swimming, golf, tennis and baseball), and nine sports for women (soccer, cross country, basketball, swimming golf, tennis volleyball, softball and rowing). Points in each sport are awarded by the number of schools sponsoring teams in the respective sports. Last year saw Florida Southern win the women’s Mayors’ Cup for the 11th time, largely on the strength of its SSC title in basketball, and 2nd-place finishes in volleyball, swimming and golf. Florida Southern has also won the men’s Mayors’ Cup 11 times, and nearly added to that total last year. The Mocs finished second to Barry by half a point.

Florida Southern College offers a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree and also offers master’s degrees in business administration, education and nursing. For more information, call the FSC admissions office at (863) 680-4131 or 1-800-274-4131. The following is a list of undergraduate majors offered at Florida Southern:

Florida Southern Year-by-Year in the Mayors’ Cup Men’s Women’s Men’s Women’s Season Place Place Season Place Place

Interdisciplinary Studies African-American Studies Information Tech. Mgt. International Studies Latin-American Studies Women’s Studies

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

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2 1st st 1 th 5 rd 3 2nd 3rd rd 3 th 6 st 1 1st st 1 st 1

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st

1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11

1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 1st t-1st 3rd 3rd 2nd

Accounting Advertising Art Education Art History Art - Studio Art Athletic Training Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Biology Broadcast Journalism Business Administration Chemistry Citrus Communication Computer Science Computer Science/Math. Criminology Economics Elementary Education Education – Secondary Education (certification programs) English Environmental Studies Finance Graphic Design History Horticulture Science Humanities Human Movement & Performance

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Information Tech. Mgt. International Business Journalism - Print Landscape Horticultural Design/Production Management Marketing Mathematics Music Education Music Management Music Performance/ Composition Nursing Philosophy Physical Education Political Science Psychology Public Relations Recreational Turfgrass Mgmt. Religion Self-Designed Major – Venture into the Adventure Social Science Sociology Spanish Sports Management Theatre Arts Youth Ministry

Pre-Professional Studies Pre-Dental Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Theological Pre-Veterinary Pre-Pharmacy

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2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide 

BARNETT FIELD, HOME OF THE MOCCASINS The  Moccasins  play  their  home  games  at  Barnett  Field,  on  the  campus  of  Florida  Southern College. The field is located behind  Jenkins  Field  House,  home  of  the  Moccasin  volleyball  and  basketball  teams,  on  the  corner  of  Ingraham  Avenue  and  McDonald  Street.  Originally  known  as  Pipkin  Field,  it  was  re‐christened  Barnett  Field  in  1990  in  honor  of  longtime  Florida  Southern  booster  Hoyt Barnett. It also serves as the home for  the Moccasin soccer teams in the fall.  The  Moccasins  actually  lost  their  first  fast‐pitch game at their on‐campus field by a  score  of  7‐1  in  the  first  game  of  a  doubleheader with Lewis (IL) on March 14, 1985. The Mocs did win the second game, 4‐1, and have been doing that ever  since. Over the last 27 years, they’ve won over 80% of their games at Barnett Field, and The 2009 team had the best  record in school history at Barnett Field, going 21‐1 for a .955 winning percentage. Some of their other stand‐out records  at home have come in 1987 (30‐4); 1989 (30‐3); 1995 (21‐2), 2004 (32‐4); and 2006 (24‐3).  Barnett Field has also been the site for nine NCAA Division II South Region Softball Tournaments, most recently in  2006. No other school in the region has served as the host site more than Florida Southern.  NCAA DIVISION II SOUTH REGION SOFTBALL  TOURNAMENTS PLAYED AT BARNETT FIELD   

Year  1988  1989  1990  1991  1994  1996  1999  2004  2006 

Winner  NE Missouri State  Florida Southern  Missouri Southern  SE Missouri State  Barry  Florida Southern  Alabama‐Huntsville  Florida Southern  Florida Southern 

Runner‐Up    Florida Southern  SE Missouri State  Florida Southern  Florida Southern  Valdosta State  Barry  West Florida  Alabama‐Huntsville  Alabama‐Huntsville 

The large birds of prey living in one of the light towers down the left field line are ospreys, otherwise known as seahawks. They eat mostly fish and can dive up to three feet deep in water to grab their prey. They thrive on every continent in the world except for Antarctica, normally live between 20 and 25 years, and mate for life. The photo at left is of the actual pair that lives at Barnett Field, taken by Florida Southern photographer Wayne Koehler during a game. They were given the names Alan and Anita by former Moccasin outfielder Natalie Lang.

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2012 Florida Southern Softball Media Guide 

FLORIDA SOUTHERN SOFTBALL BY THE NUMBERS

1 –

National Championship

2 –

National Runner-Up Finishes

6–

SSC Female Athletes-of-the-Year

7 –

SSC Hall of Famers

8–

NCAA Regional Titles

10 –

Region Coach-of-the Year Awards

11 –

Florida Southern Hall of Famers

15 –

SSC Coach-of-the Year Awards

19 –

Academic All-Americans

19 –

NCAA Tournament Bids

24 –

Conference Titles

26 –

All-American Players

45 –

All-American Awards

61 –

NCAA Playoff Wins

91 –

All-Region Selections

186 –

Over the last 25 years, the  Moccasins  have  averaged  41 wins per season with a  .759 winning percentage. 

The 1993 Moccasins won the program’s first national championship and featured 11 all-conference players. They still hold the NCAA record for most runs scored in a national title game, pounding out 20 hits in an 11-5 victory over Augustana (SD).

All-SSC Selections

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Chris Bellotto has been named the SSC Coach-of-the-Year 15 times in her career, and is a member of the SSC, the Florida Southern Athletic, and the NFCA Hall of Fame.

 


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16 15 7 52 244 17 36 11 592

130 33 6 12 2 2 1,161

ALL-SPORTS SCORECARD NCAA National Championships 12 Men’s Golf 9 Baseball 4 Women’s Golf 1 Men’s Basketball 1 Softball NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes NCAA National 3rd-Place Finishes NCAA National 4th-Place Finishes NCAA Regional Championships NCAA Postseason Appearances NCAA Individual Event National Champions NCAA Individual Postseason Appearances National Players of the Year All-American Certificates 209 1st Team All-Americans 92 2nd Team All-Americans 53 3rd Team All-Americans 82 Honorable Mention All-Americans 5 Freshman All-Americans 40 Academic All-Americans 111 All-American Scholars or All-Academic SSC Regular Season Championships SSC Postseason Tournament Titles SSC Female Athletes of the Year SSC Male Athletes of the Year SSC Female Scholar-Athletes of the Year SSC Male Scholar-Athletes of the Year All-Sunshine State Conference honorees 74


FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE

Back row, left to right: Al Bellotto (assistant coach), Chris Bellotto (head coach), Lindsay LaChance, Christine Clark, Randi Grimes, Brittany Martin, Lauren Wolfe, Michelle Tatlock (assistant coach), Tim Carpenter (sports information director). Middle row, left to right: Katie Kass (athletic trainer), Cassie Haynes, Kianna Murphy, Brandy Pikus, Karlyn Scott, Steph Graziani, Devin Mathews, Megan Borak, Marty Wilcox. Front Row, left to right: Allasyn Lieneck, Dayna Hunn, Christie Bailey, Liana Derringer, Khaliah Brown, Heather Brinkmeier, Sam Gale.

2012 Florida Southern College Moccasins Softball Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 15 17 21 22 24 27 33 44

Name Liana Derringer Karlyn Scott Brittany Martin Randi Grimes Megan Borak Devin Mathews Steph Graziani Brandy Pikus Heather Brinkmeier Sam Gale Christine Clark Allasyn Lieneck Kianna Murphy Marty Wilcox Lauren Wolfe Khaliah Brown Dayna Hunn Christie Bailey Lindsay LaChance Cassie Haynes

Pos. P OF 3B/1B 1B/C OF C/3B 2B OF 1B/3B/OF P/C P/1B OF OF IF/OF P OF OF SS P/1B OF

B-T R-L L-R R-R L-R L-R R-R L-R R-R R-R R-R L-L S-R R-R R-R R-R L-R L-R L-R R-L L-R

Ht. 5-01 5-04 5-07 5-09 5-04 6-00 5-01 5-07 5-05 5-06 5-08 5-04 6-01 5-04 5-07 5-06 5-06 5-06 5-09 5-05

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

Hometown Lehigh Acres, FL Crawfordville, FL Norwalk, IA Lakeland, FL Clermont, FL Leesburg, FL New Castle, PA Titusville, FL Port St. Joe, FL Clermont, FL Naples, FL Oldsmar, FL Germantown, MD South Charleston, WV Lithia, FL Groveport, OH Morriston, FL Jacksonville, FL Hallowell, ME Allen Park, MI

Chris Bellotto – Head Coach Michelle Tatlock & Al Bellotto – Assistant Coaches Katie Kass – Athletic Trainer

High School/Previous School Riverdale HS Wakulla HS Indianola HS/Iowa Central CC McKeel Academy/Manatee CC East Ridge HS Leesburg HS/Chipola College Neshannock HS/Iowa Central CC Titusville HS Port St. Joe HS/Lurleen B. Wallace CC St. Cloud HS Barron Collier HS East Lake HS/Nichols College Seneca Valley HS Charleston Catholic HS Durant HS Churchill County HS (NV) Williston HS Bartram Trail HS Hall-Dale HS Allen Park HS


2012 FLORIDA SOUTHERN SOFTBALL SCHEDULE Fri.

Feb. 10

vs. West Florida

Clearwater

3:00 pm

Sat.

Mar. 17

*Barry

Lakeland

6:00 pm

vs. Armstrong Atlantic Sat.

Feb. 11

vs. Lindenwood

Clearwater

7:30 pm

Sun.

Mar. 18

*Barry [DH]

Lakeland

1:00 pm

Clearwater

11:00 am

at Warner [DH]

Lake Wales

2:00 pm

vs. Flagler

Clearwater

4:00 pm

Fri.

Mar. 23

*at Lynn

Boca Raton

3:30 pm

Sun.

Feb. 12

vs. Colorado Christian

Clearwater

11:30 am

Sat.

Mar. 24

*at Lynn [DH]

Boca Raton

1:00 pm

Wed.

Feb. 15

Webber International [DH]

Lakeland

6:00 pm

Wed.

Mar. 28

vs. Webber International [DH] Frostproof

6:00 pm

Sat.

Feb. 18

Western Ontario [DH]

Lakeland

1:00 pm

Sat.

Mar. 31

Palm Beach Atlantic [DH]

Lakeland

3:00 pm

Mon.

Feb. 27

Tues. Mar. 20

vs. Wilmington

Clermont

11:00 am

Thurs. Apr. 5

*Tampa

Lakeland

7:00 pm

vs. Mary

Clermont

1:00 pm

Fri.

*Tampa [DH]

Lakeland

5:00 pm

Tues. Feb. 28

vs. St. Anselm [DH]

Clermont

1:00 pm

Tues. Apr. 10

Coastal Georgia [DH]

Lakeland

2:00 pm

Wed.

Mount Olive [DH]

Lakeland

5:00 pm

Thurs. Apr. 12

at Palm Beach Atlantic [DH]

W. Palm Beach

6:00 pm

Feb. 29

Apr. 6

Fri.

Mar. 2

*at Saint Leo

Saint Leo

7:00 pm

Fri.

Apr. 13

*at Florida Tech

Melbourne

3:00 pm

Sat.

Mar. 3

*at Saint Leo [DH]

Saint Leo

1:00 pm

Sat.

Apr. 14

*at Florida Tech [DH]

Melbourne

1:00 pm

Tues. Mar. 6

Warner [DH]

Lakeland

6:00 pm

Fri.

Apr. 20

*at Nova Southeastern

Davie

7:00 pm

Fri.

Mar. 9

*Eckerd

Lakeland

7:00 pm

Sat.

Apr. 21

*at Nova Southeastern [DH]

Davie

1:00 pm

Sat.

Mar. 10

*Eckerd [DH]

Lakeland

1:00 pm

Thurs. Apr. 26

*Rollins

Lakeland

7:00 pm

Concordia (NE) [DH]

Lakeland

5:30 pm

Fri.

*Rollins [DH]

Lakeland

1:00 pm

Tues. Mar. 13

Apr. 27

Games Feb. 10-12 played in the Eckerd College Tournament at the Eddie C. Moore Complex in Clearwater Games Feb. 27 & 28 played at the National Training Center in Clermont NCAA Division II South Region Tournament – May4-6 at campus sites NCAA Division II South Super Regional – May 11-12 at highest remaining seed NCAA Division II National Tournament – May 15-19 at Louisville, KY (hosted by Bellarmine University)


Softball 2012