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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 2012

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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)** Karlyn Scott (OF)*

**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 

Sarah Kohlbrenner  2004, ’07

Jesse Shepherd  2005 2

Sara Lovestrand  2008, ’09 


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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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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)** 2012 - Karlyn Scott (OF)*, Christine Clark (P)**, Brittany Martin (3B)** *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 .................. Junior 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. In 1997, 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 seven SSC Hall of Famers, six SSC Female Athletes‐ of‐the‐Year, 45 All‐Americans, and 20 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.     

 

Megan Brown, Pitcher (2013) – Three‐time  All‐American,  twice  named  Academic  All‐ American,  and  was  4‐time  all‐region  from  2004‐07… All‐SSC all four years and was the  SSC Pitcher‐of‐the‐Year three times… Holds  nearly every pitching record in the book for  Florida  Southern,  including  career  wins  (finished with a 124‐26 record, also the SSC  career  record  for  wins),  ERA  (0.69),  strikeouts (997), shutouts (58), and appearances (163)… Won 20  NCAA playoff games, including three South Region title games…  Threw 12 no‐hitters and allowed just 3.6 hits per seven innings  in  her  career…  SSC  Female  Athlete‐of‐the‐Year,  and  Female  Scholar‐Athlete‐of‐the‐Year in 2007. 

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. 

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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 2012 ... Christine Clark ...............Pitcher .................. Senior 2013 ... Chelsea Oglevie.............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 2012 .... Karlyn Scott ................... Outfielder.............. Senior 2013 .... Cassie Haynes .............. Outfielder.............. Sophomore

Karlyn Scott was the Scholar-Athlete-of-theYear for softball in her final three seasons for the Mocs. As a senior in 2012, she was also a First Team Academic All-American when she hit .358 with one home run, 20 RBI, and was 29-for-29 on stolen base attempts. Scott was 43-for-43 on the bases in her career, the best perfect percentage in team history.

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 the only freshman to win the MVP award. In 2004, she went 36-5 with a 0.44 ERA and won four games in the national tournament. She also won 30 games in 2006, and 34 in 2007. 7

Christine Clark is the only Moccasin in the fast-pitch era to win three straight MVP awards. In 2012, she was 29-11, struck out 267 batters with only 18 walks, and ranked second in the country with a 0.89 ERA.


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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 .............................................................. 37 (2012) 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 ....................................................... 186 (2013) MOST HITS GIVEN UP ......................................................... 349 (2013) 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.) 18 - vs. Barry, 3/18/12 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. Nova SE, 4/13/13 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 ............................ 16 (2/19/13) Flagler 16, FSC 0 16 (2/27/13) Wilmington (DE) 17, FSC 0 LONGEST WINNING STREAK ............................... 31 (2/26 to 3/26/04) LONGEST LOSING STREAK................................ 10 (3/16 to 4/6/2013) 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) SEASON WALK RATIO................. Christine Clark 0.44 per 7 inn. (2012)

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: .................. 17 - vs. Wilmington (DE), 2/27/13 MOST EARNED RUNS: ... 16 - vs. Flagler, 2/19/13 MOST HITS: ..................... 20 - vs. Flagler, 2/19/13 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.) 4 - at Eckerd, 3/2/13

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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 (at Carrollton, GA), 3/6/09 3 - Brittany Martin vs. Lindenwood (at Clearwater), 2/11/12 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, most recently Randi Grimes vs. Tampa, 4/5/12 (9 inn.) 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 Karlyn Scott vs. Webber, 2/15/12 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

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.

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.

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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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 March 18, 2011 March 25, 2011

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 Brittany Martin Brittany Martin

PERFECT GAMES Saint Leo (1st) W, 15-0 (5) nd at Rollins (2 ) 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 nd Saint Leo (2 ) W, 6-0 at Rollins (1st) W, 20-0 (5) Eckerd (1st) W, 17-0 (5) vs. LIU-C.W. Post W, 6-0 st Eckerd (1 ) W, 8-0 (6) Eckerd (1st) W, 2-0 Lynn (2nd) 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 single in 6th inn.

Moccasins With Two Home Runs in a Game Eckerd (1st) 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 st at Saint Leo (1 ) W, 12-0 3-run HR in 3rd, solo HR in 7th Saint Leo (2nd) W, 3-0 solo HR in 4th, 2-run HR in 6th at Rollins (2nd) 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 st at West Georgia (1 ) 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 at Eckerd (2nd) 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

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 .............................................. February 18, 2012 vs. Western Ontario (Christine Clark 4.0 IP, Liana Derringer 1.0 IP; W, 8-0) 7-inning no-hitter ............................................. April 21, 2011 vs. Florida Tech (Christine Clark; W, 1-0) FSC was no-hit:................................... March 28, 2013 by Tampa’s Kayla Cox (Lost 8-0 in 5 inninings) FSC was one-hit:......................................................... April 20, 2013 at Rollins (Lost 6-0) FSC turned a triple play .................... February 18, 2012 vs. Western Ontario (1-4-8 in the 2nd inning of a 1-0, 8-inning 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 25, 2013 (Gianni Artidiello vs. Saint Leo, 11 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 (Karlyn Scott, in 8-7, 9-inning loss at Palm Beach Atlantic) 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 ............................. April 20, 2012 (Christine Clark at Nova Southeastern, 1-0 in 10 innings) 10


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SEASON & CAREER BATTING RECORDS 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)

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) 17 - Randi Grimes (2012) 16 - Chrissy Teresi (1992) 16 - Karen Conway (1993) 16 - Natalie Lang (2006)

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) 9 - Brittany Martin (2012) 8 - Angela Williams (2009) 7 - Susan Young (1985) 7 - Wanda Graham (1993) 7 - Autumn Lynch (1999) 7 - Brittany Martin (2011) 6 - Dianne Wiedmann (1989)

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)

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)

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) 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) 16 - Brittany Martin (2011-12) 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 nd the 2-time All-American is 2 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) 29 - Christine Clark (2012) 28 - Keltie Christian (2000) 28 - Katy Cortelyou (1995)

INNINGS PITCHED (CAREER) 939.1 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 745.2 - Christine Clark (2009-12) 684.2 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 630.1 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 566.0 - Stacey Bronson (2003-06) 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) 283.1 - Christine Clark (2012) 268.1 - Julianne Coleman (1998) 265.2 - Keltie Christian (2000) 258.1 - Keltie Christian (2001) 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) 46 - Christine Clark (2012) 45 - Megan Brown (2004) 43 - Lisa McNeley (1997)

Julianne Coleman holds the school record with 368 strikeouts in a season and ranks in the top five of every career category.

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.

WINS (CAREER) 124 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 81 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 80 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 75 - Christine Clark (2009-12) 67 - Katy Cortelyou (1992-95)

GAMES STARTED (SEASON) 43 - Julianne Coleman (1998) 41 - Megan Brown (2007) 39 - Keltie Christian (2000) 39 - Christine Clark (2012) 38 - Lisa McNeley (1997) 38 - Megan Brown (2004) 32 - Keltie Christian (2001) 32 - Julianne Coleman (1999) 32 - Katy Cortelyou (1995) 32 - Christine Clark (2011)

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) 33 - Christine Clark (2012) 30 - Megan Brown (2004) 29 - Dori Stankewitz (1987) 26 - Nycki Sandstede (1989) 26 - Dori Stankewitz (1988)

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) 139 - Christine Clark (2009-12) 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) 104 - Christine Clark (2009-12) 93 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 92 - Stacey Bronson (2003-06) COMPLETE GAMES (CAREER) 112 - Megan Brown (2004-07) 90 - Dori Stankewitz (1985-88) 71 - Christine Clark (2009-12) 59 - Julianne Coleman (1996-99) 58 - Katy Cortelyou (1992-95)

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. 12

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

NCAA -------

HEAD COACH Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto Chris Bellotto

FINISHES SSC Champions SSC Champions SSC Champions

• • • FAST-PITCH COMPETITION • • • 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 Bellotto 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 18-8 7-11 617-162

10-5 22-14 12-12 12-14 21-10 10-21 500-232

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2008 29-14 2009 43-15 2010 26-22 2011 25-21 2012 39-18 2013 17-32 Totals 1,117-394

9-12 18-6 10-14 13-11 13-10 6-18 542-163

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 NCAA Regional Runner-Up, SSC – fourth SSC – sixth

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 Humboldt State, which has won 17 official titles split between three different conference, and West Virginia Wesleyan, which won 17 in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference before that league disbanded following the 2013 season. 13


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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 State 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, West Alabama 0 FSC 4, Barry 3 FSC 2, West 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, West Florida 0 Alabama-Huntsville 1, FSC 0 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 FSC 8, Tampa 6 Nova Southeastern 5, FSC 1 2012 - REGIONAL (Tampa, FL) FSC 1, Barry 0 FSC 4, West Alabama 1 FSC 3, West Alabama 1 SUPER REGIONAL (Valdosta, GA) Valdosta State 2, FSC 1 (16 inn.) Valdosta State 2, FSC 0


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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SERIES HISTORY SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE  Barry ..................................................... 64‐47  Eckerd ................................................. 103‐5  Florida Tech .......................................... 92‐14  Lynn ...................................................... 36‐14  Nova Southeastern ............................... 19‐16  Rollins ................................................... 86‐20  Saint Leo ............................................... 84‐23  Tampa ................................................... 71‐33   

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 (GA) .......................   5‐3  Ashland (OH).........................................   4‐0  Augusta State .......................................   0‐1  Augustana (SD) ..................................... 12‐9  Bates (ME) ............................................   2‐0  Bethune‐Cookman ................................   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  Coastal Georgia.....................................   2‐0  Colorado‐Colorado Springs ...................   1‐0  Colorado Christian ................................   1‐0  Columbus State (GA) ............................   3‐3  Concord (WV) .......................................   2‐0  Concordia (NE) ......................................   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 ...................................................   3‐5  Florida Atlantic .....................................   0‐2  Florida Gulf Coast .................................   3‐3  Florida State .........................................   0‐3  Francis Marion (SC) ...............................   0‐1  Franklin Pierce (NH) ..............................   1‐0  Furman (SC) ..........................................   1‐0 

Grand Valley State (MI) .........................   6‐1  Georgia College  ....................................   2‐1  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  Lindenwood (MO) .................................   1‐1  Lock Haven (PA) ....................................   0‐2  LIU‐C.W. Post (NY) ................................   6‐1  Maine ....................................................   2‐0  Mary (ND) .............................................   1‐0  Maryville (MO) ......................................   1‐0  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) ..................................   3‐1  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 Carolina‐Pembroke .....................   0‐1  North Florida ......................................... 18‐7  North Georgia .......................................   0‐1  Northern Kentucky ................................   1‐0  Northwest Missouri State .....................   1‐2  Northwood (FL) .....................................   4‐0  Northwood (MI) .................................... 10‐0  Palm Beach Atlantic .............................. 15‐11  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. Anselm (NH) .....................................   2‐0  St. Cloud State (MN) .............................   5‐0  15

St. Michael’s (VT) ...................................   1‐0  St. Thomas (FL) ...................................... 11‐0  St. Thomas (MN) ....................................   0‐1  St. Xavier (IL) ..........................................   1‐1  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  Southeastern .........................................   1‐0  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 ....................................... 17‐8  Warner (FL) ............................................ 17‐1  Washburn (KS) .......................................   1‐1  Wayne State (MI) .................................. 16‐4  Wayne State (NE) ..................................   2‐0  Webber International (FL) ..................... 22‐4  West Alabama .......................................   7‐1  West Chester (PA) .................................   5‐0  West Florida .......................................... 10‐9  West Georgia .........................................   8‐1  West Liberty State .................................   2‐0  West Virginia State ................................   2‐0  West Virginia Wesleyan .........................   3‐0  Western Ontario ....................................   2‐0  Wilmington (DE) ....................................   2‐1  Wisconsin‐Green Bay ............................   1‐0  Wisconsin‐Parkside ...............................   1‐2 

Did You Know? The last time Florida Southern defeated a team ranked #1 in the country was April 13, 2008, when Sara Lovestrand hit a 3-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning, and Brittany Minton allowed just four hits in a 3-1 victory over Barry. It ended a 35-game winning streak by the Buccaneers. The Moccasins’ last win over any top-10 team was a 6-5 decision over #2 AlabamaHuntsville on March 21, 2009, in a game played at Saint Leo. That too ended a long winning streak, after the Chargers had started the season 20-0. Minton was also the Mocs’ starting pitcher in that game, though Christine Clark won in relief.


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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 Alexander, Jordan ............................... 13 Allen, Becky .......................................... 94 Allen, Robin ...................................... 88-89 Alpizar, Ashley ...................... 04-05-06-07 Artidiello, Gianni .................................... 13 Asbee, Courtney ........................ 92-93-94 Atun, Amanda .................................. 07-08 Bailey, Christie ......................... 11-12-13 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 Brinkmeier, Heather ....................... 12-13 Britton, Brandie ................................ 92-93 Bronson, Stacey .................... 03-04-05-06 Brooks, Keriann..................................... 03 Brown, Charlie ....................................... 99 Brown, Khaliah ........................... 11-12-13 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...................... 09-10-11-12 Cobb, Dana ...................................... 99-00 Cochrane, Peggy ............................. 90-91 Coleman, Julianne ................ 96-97-98-99 Connors, Kelli ...................................... 13 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 ............................... 11-12 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 Gale, Sam ............................................. 12 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 ................................ 11-12 Greig, Beth ....................................... 86-87 Grimes, Randi .................................. 11-12 Grondahl, Heidi ................................ 07-08 Gross, Stacy ............................... 02-03-04 Hansen, Julie ................................... 92-93 Hardy, Keisha........................ 93-94-95-96 Hasson, Laura .................................. 05-06 Haynes, Cassie ................................ 12-13 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 Hunn, Dayna ................................... 12-13 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 .................... 11-12-13 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 Lieneck, Allasyn ............................. 12-13 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 ................................. 11-12 Mathews, Devin..................................... 12

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 Norkeliunas, Kate ................................ 13 Novoa, DeAnna ..................................... 93 Oakley, Lindy ........................................ 05 Oglevie, Chelsea ................................. 13 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 Pemberton, Leah ................................. 13 Pickard, Kelly ........................ 97-98-99-00 Pikus, Brandy ........................ 09-10-11-12 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

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 was represented twice in recent years with Patsy Sugo’s daughter, Cassie Haynes, on the team in 2012 and ’13, and Sugo’s niece, Bethany Boomer, playing for the Moccasins from 2009-10. 16

Rodgers, Ashlinn ................... 07-08-09-10 Rudock, Jen .......................... 00-01-02-03 Sandstede, Nycki ............................. 89-90 Sangster, Kathy..................................... 97 Schumacher, Heidi ..................... 07-08-09 Scott, Karlyn .......................... 09-10-11-12 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 Wilcox, Marty ......................................... 12 Williams, Angela.................... 06-07-08-09 Williams, Kim ......................................... 90 Wolfe, Katie ................................ 00-01-02 Wolfe, Lauren ................................... 12-13 Wolfersteig, Jena ....................... 05-06-07 Wood, Stacey ........................................ 91 Wood, Traci ........................... 93-94-95-96 Young, Susan........................................ 85 Zawada, Chelsea .................................. 09


2014 Florida Southern Softball Record Book

2013 FINAL STATISTICS AND RESULTS

Record: 17‐32        Home: 7‐11        Away: 5‐12        Neutral: 5‐9        Conference: 6‐18  Player 

AVG GP‐GS 

Gianni Artidiello 

.291 49‐49  151  24  44 

AB

5

0

1

11

52 .344  18 

4

17

.382

0 13 

5‐5

54 100  9  .945 

Dayna Hunn 

.291 49‐49  158  13  46  11 

3

1

25

66 .418  11 

5

20

.356

0

0

3‐4

72

5 3  .963 

Allasyn Lieneck 

.275 30‐30 

7 22 

2

0

0

4

24 .300 

5

3

6

.341

0

5

5‐5

63

8 1  .986 

Leah Pemberton 

.237 49‐49  135  13  32 

7

1

0

16

41 .304  24 

0

12

.348

2

4

7‐7

Khaliah Brown 

.224 49‐49  125  13  28 

1

0

0

7

29 .232  16 

0

17

.312

0

3

6‐8

94

4 6  .942 

Heather Brinkmeier .201  49‐49  134  11  27 

6

0

1

8

36 .269  16 

1

26

.286

3

6

0‐0

264

7 6  .978 

Jordan Alexander  .185  49‐49  151  22  28 

4

0

0

14

32 .212  16 

2

24

.271

1

6

3‐5

151 20  6  .966  102  92  22  .898 

80

R

H 2B  3B  HR  RBI 

TB SLG%  BB  HBP  SO  OB%  SF  SH  SB‐ATT  PO 

A E  FLD% 

139 82  8  .965 

Christie Bailey 

.183 49‐49  142  13  26 

1

1

0

7

29 .204  13 

1

10

.256

0 11 

1‐3

Cassie Haynes 

.171 32‐24 

76

6 13 

1

0

0

1

14 .184 

3

3

13

.232

0

1

1‐1

35

3 1  .974 

Kelli Connors 

.147 44‐42  109 

3 16 

2

0

0

6

18 .165 

8

0

28

.205

0

8

0‐0

13

4 1  .944 

Chelsea Oglevie 

.125 31‐28 

8

0

1

0

0

0

1

1 .125 

2

0

4

.300

0

0

0‐0

2

1 0  1.000 

Kate Norkeliunas 

.000

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 .000 

0

0

2

.000

0

0

0‐0

2

1 0  1.000 

Lauren Wolfe 

.000 20‐15 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 .000 

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0‐0

2 17  3  .864 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 .000 

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0‐0

0

Lindsay LaChance  .000 

3‐0 4‐0 

0 0  .000 

Totals Opponents 

.223 49‐49  1271  125  283  40  .265  49‐49  1318  186  349  62 

5 3  100  342  .269  132  8  11  155  460  .349  113 

19 179  .304  22  150  .332 

6 57  4  42 

31‐38 1003  376  70  .952  34‐48  1024  490  68  .957 

Player

ERA W‐L  APP  GS  CG  SHO  SV 

Chelsea Oglevie 

1.93 11‐18 

30 28  24 

Lauren Wolfe 

2.68   6‐11 

20 15 

Kelli Connors 

3.59

0‐3

12

6

Lindsay LaChance  12.25 

0‐0

4

0

IP

H

R ER 

BB SO 

2B 3B  HR 

5

0 189.0  181  80  52 

44 90 

33

5

7 728/.249 

5

2

1

2 23 

9

2

0 104.1 

99 62  40 

53 50 

17

1

3 397/.249 

8 17 

1

1 15 

2

0

2

37.0

55 33  19 

15 10 

9

2

1 166/.331 

3

3

0

1

1

0

0

0

4.0

0

3

0

0

2

0

1

0

1

49 49  35  49  49  28 

7 10 

2 334.1  349  186  118  113  150  6  341.1  283  125  77  132  179 

62 40 

8 11  1318/.265  18  22  5  3  1271/.223  16  19 

3 1 

4 42  6  57 

14 11 

7

1

AB/Avg. WP  HB  BK  SF  SH 

27/.519

Totals Opponents   

2.47 17‐32  1.58  32‐17 

LOB – Fla. Southern (336), Opp (310). DPs turned – Fla. Southern (16), Opp (15). Grounded into DPs – Fla. Southern 1 (Connors 1), Opp (4). IBB – Fla.  Southern 1 (Hunn 1) Opp (0). Picked off – Fla. Southern 2 (Pemberton 1, Alexander 1), Opp (1). PB – Fla. Southern 8 (Hunn 5, Alexander 3), Opp (4). Pickoffs  – Fla. Southern 1 (Alexander 1), Opp (2). SBA/ATT ‐ Alexander (31‐42), Hunn (3‐5). 

Did You Know? Keltie Christian is the last Moccasin to lead the nation in any  statistical category, topping all D‐II pitchers in strikeouts with  357 as a senior in 2001. That came after she finished second  in 2000.   

Traci Wood  is  the  last  Moccasin  to  lead  the  nation  in  an  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.   

Christine Clark was close to the top in two categories in 2012,  finishing second in ERA (0.89) to Tampa’s Kayla Cox, and third  in fewest walks per seven innings (0.44). She was also in the  top‐10 in shutouts, wins and saves. 

17

Moccasins Who Led Division II 1982 ‐  Jody Kay ................ Doubles ....................... 10*      Jody Kay ................ Wins ............................ 22  1985  ‐  Susan Young ......... Home Runs/Game ....... 0.25*      Dori Stankewitz .... Strikeout Ratio ............ 11.4  1986  ‐  Dori Stankewitz .... Strikeout Ratio ............ 11.5  1987  ‐  Tracey Ringstaff .... RBI ............................... 50      Dori Stankewitz .... Strikeouts .................... 294  1988  ‐  Dori Stankewitz .... Earned Run Average .... 0.36      Dori Stankewitz .... Strikeout Ratio ............ 9.6      Dori Stankewitz .... Strikeouts .................... 266  1989  ‐  Robin Allen ........... Triples .......................... 11*  1995  ‐  Traci Wood ........... Runs Scored................. 78      Traci Wood ........... Stolen Bases ................ 71      Keisha Hardy ......... Walks ........................... 29*  1996  ‐  Traci Wood ........... Stolen Bases ................ 81  2001  ‐  Keltie Christian ..... Strikeouts .................... 357   

*Tied for the national lead


2014 Florida Southern Softball Record Book

2013 FINAL STATISTICS AND RESULTS Game date

Opponent

Result

r

h

e/ r

h

e

Inns

#02/02/13

vs #12 North Georgia

0-5

L

0

2

2/ 5

5

1

7

#02/02/13

vs #20 Armstrong

0-3

L

0

4

1/ 3

3

0

7

Wolfe (L 0-1)

121

1:32

#02/03/13

vs UNC-Pembroke

4-5

L

4

9

4/ 5 12

1

(10)

Oglevie (L 0-2)

105

2:40

#02/03/13

at #10 Columbus State

1-2

L

1

6

0/ 2

5

2

7

Connors (L 0-1)

303

1:53

$02/08/13

vs Lindenwood

1-2

L

1

2

1/ 2

8

3

7

Connors (L 0-2)

85

1:55

$02/08/13

vs West Florida

1-2

L

1

5

1/ 2 11

1

7

Oglevie (L 0-3)

103

1:47

$02/09/13

vs Nova Southeastern

1-4

L

1

5

2/ 4

9

0

7

Wolfe (L 0-2)

105

2:03

$02/09/13

vs #13 Flagler

7-8

L

7

8

3/ 8 10

5

7

Oglevie (L 0-4)

120

2:05

$02/10/13

vs Georgia College

W 6-0

6

2

1/ 0

3

6

7

Oglevie (W 1-4)

94

1:54

02/19/13

#13 FLAGLER

W 5-2

02/19/13

#13 FLAGLER

0-16

L

Pitcher of record Oglevie (L 0-1)

Attend

Time

131

1:45

5

8

2/ 2

7

1

7

Oglevie (W 2-4)

-

1:57

0

3

2/16 20

1

7

Connors (L 0-3)

134

2:20

95

1:49

%02/22/13

vs #25 Columbus State

W 2-1

2

5

1/ 1

5

4

7

Wolfe (W 1-2)

%02/22/13

vs Southeastern

W 5-2

5 12

0/ 2

5

1

7

Oglevie (W 3-4)

103

1:33

%02/23/13

vs Maryville (MO)

W 6-0

6

4

3/ 0

2

5

7

Wolfe (W 2-2)

111

1:49

%02/23/13

vs Francis Marion

0

&02/27/13

vs Wilmington (DE)

&02/27/13

vs Wilmington (DE)

*03/01/13

at Eckerd

W 4-2

*03/02/13

at Eckerd

*03/02/13

at Eckerd

*03/08/13

at Barry

3-6

*03/09/13

at Barry

3-5

*03/09/13

at Barry

0-3

0-1

L

3

1/ 1

5

1

7

Oglevie (L 3-5)

114

1:46

6 13

0/ 0

3

3

7

Oglevie (W 4-5)

-

1:48

1

3/17 13

0

5

Wolfe (L 2-3)

72

1:39

4 11

0/ 2

5

1

7

Oglevie (W 5-5)

87

1:47

W 7-4

7 11

1/ 4

6

3

7

Wolfe (W 3-3)

W 4-0

4

4

0/ 0

8

4

7

L

3

4

4/ 6

7

1

L

3

5

2/ 5

8

0

L

0

3

2/ 3

9

W 6-0 1-17

L

5

-

2:07

Oglevie (W 6-5)

97

1:32

7

Oglevie (L 6-6)

124

1:57

7

Wolfe (L 3-4)

0

7

Oglevie (L 6-7)

-

1:47

97

1:25

03/13/13

at Warner

W 5-2

5 10

1/ 2

3

1

7

Oglevie (W 7-7)

-

1:35

03/13/13

at Warner

W 2-1

2

4

3/ 1

6

0

7

Wolfe (W 4-4)

65

1:54

*03/15/13

LYNN

W 2-0

2

4

0/ 0

5

1

7

Oglevie (W 8-7)

92

1:19

*03/16/13

LYNN

1-3

L

1

4

1/ 3

6

2

7

Wolfe (L 4-5)

*03/16/13

LYNN

2-6

L

2

5

3/ 6

9

0

7

Oglevie (L 8-8)

03/20/13

at Palm Beach Atlantic

2-4

L

2

4

0/ 4

5

0

7

Oglevie (L 8-9)

03/20/13

at Palm Beach Atlantic

1-8

L

1

6

2/ 8 13

1

7

Wolfe (L 4-6)

*03/28/13

at #13 Tampa

0-8

L

0

0

1/ 8

8

0

5

Oglevie (L 8-10)

62

0:58

*03/29/13

at #13 Tampa

0-8

L

0

1

3/ 8

8

0

5

Wolfe (L 4-7)

*03/29/13

at #13 Tampa

4-6

L

4 10

2/ 6 11

0

7

*04/05/13

FLORIDA TECH

1-2

L

1

2/ 2

7

0

*04/06/13

FLORIDA TECH

3-4

L

3 11

1/ 4 11

4

*04/06/13

FLORIDA TECH

0-1

L

0

1

2/ 1

2

1

7

Oglevie (L 8-13)

6

-

1:22

121

1:50

-

1:46

35

1:46

-

1:18

Oglevie (L 8-11)

73

1:39

( 9)

Oglevie (L 8-12)

82

2:14

(12)

Wolfe (L 4-8)

04/10/13

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC

W 8-0

8 11

0/ 0

1

3

5

Oglevie (W 9-13)

04/10/13

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC

1-4

L

1

3

1/ 4

7

1

7

Wolfe (L 4-9)

*04/12/13

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN

1-3

L

1

6

1/ 3

6

0

7

Oglevie (L 9-14)

*04/13/13

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN

W 2-0

2

5

0/ 0

2

0

7

Wolfe (W 5-9)

*04/13/13

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN

W 3-2

3

7

0/ 2

5

1

7

Oglevie (W 10-14)

04/16/13

WEBBER INTERNATIONAL

W 6-1

6 11

1/ 1 10

2

7

Oglevie (W 11-14)

04/16/13

WEBBER INTERNATIONAL

W 8-5

8

9

1/ 5 11

1

7

Wolfe (W 6-9)

-

3:11

108

1:21

-

1:21

80

1:30

100

1:37

-

1:33

111

1:18

-

2:03

80

1:48

117

1:10

*04/19/13

at #22 Rollins

0-2

L

0

1

1/ 2

4

0

7

Oglevie (L 11-15)

*04/20/13

at #22 Rollins

0-6

L

0

1

1/ 6

5

1

7

Wolfe (L 6-10)

-

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2013 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE STATISTICS Team Hitting Barry University Rollins College University of Tampa Saint Leo University Nova SE University Florida Tech Lynn University Eckerd College Florida Southern College

AVG .313 .312 .283 .279 .279 .274 .269 .262 .223

G 54 52 43 56 53 47 50 56 49

AB 1449 1338 1163 1371 1396 1217 1325 1407 1271

In 2013, Dayna Hunn led the Mocs with 25 RBI, 46 hits, and 15 extra-base hits. She was also among the SSC leaders in triples for the second year in a row.

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

BATTING AVERAGE Sarah Broeseker, BU ................... Aimee Halpin, RC ........................... Megan Copeland, BU ..................... Sarah Steiner, SL ......................... Kelly Martinez, BU........................ Hannah Lovestrand, RC................ Kaycie Duncan, EC ......................... Kara Oberer, EC ............................ Kara Dickinson, FT ........................ Samira Tanaka, NSU ....................

.415 .406 .384 .384 .371 .360 .360 .359 .358 .354

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ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Aimee Halpin, RC ........................... Sarah Broeseker, BU ................... Sarah Steiner, SL ......................... Kara Oberer, EC ............................ Kelly Martinez, BU........................ Kaycie Duncan, EC ......................... Megan Copeland, BU ..................... Danielle McNeill, LU ..................... Elaine Brown, FT ........................... McKenzie Burns, SL......................

.505 .484 .483 .463 .438 .430 .429 .425 .419 .412

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SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Kara Oberer, EC ............................ Sarah Broeseker, BU ................... Aimee Halpin, RC ........................... Jessica Gipson, RC ........................ Veronica Alred, RC ....................... Laura Saladrigas, NSU ................ Kelly Martinez, BU........................ Kara Dickinson, FT ........................ Meagan Burke, UT ........................ Stacy Piagno, UT ...........................

.679 .610 .575 .562 .548 .538 .538 .534 .508 .500

R 227 296 183 263 221 181 173 223 125

H 453 418 329 383 389 333 357 369 283

RBI 203 268 157 215 179 155 155 196 100

2B 71 96 49 48 57 71 37 58 40

HR 24 41 17 11 12 12 7 18 3

SLG% .417 .482 .381 .354 .355 .370 .322 .350 .269

RUNS SCORED Aimee Halpin, RC................................. McKenzie Burns, SL ........................... Kara Oberer, EC ................................. Chelsey Steedley, SL......................... Chelsea Jeffares, EC ........................ Elaine Brown, FT ................................. Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... Samira Tanaka, NSU ......................... 9. three players with ..............................

57 50 42 41 39 35 35 35 34

HITS Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... Aimee Halpin, RC................................. Megan Copeland, BU........................... Julie Brito, BU .................................... Kaycie Duncan, EC .............................. 6. Natalia Ojeda, BU .............................. Lorena Spaulding, NSU ..................... Hannah Lovestrand, RC ..................... 9. Samira Tanaka, NSU ......................... 10. two players with .................................

BB/HB 124/19 144/24 71/ 8 180/28 120/20 110/15 93/34 167/37 132/19

SO 234 144 162 212 210 202 203 247 179

OB% SF .372 11 .385 17 .327 4 .373 5 .342 9 .339 9 .332 7 .354 7 .304 6

SH SB-AT 69 64-75 37 103-120 50 35-38 50 142-180 87 51-69 46 40-52 38 21-25 60 31-44 57 31-38

TRIPLES 1. Kara Dickinson, FT .............................. Brittany Ewing, SL .............................. Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... Stacy Piagno, UT ................................. 5. Dayna Hunn, FSC ................. Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... Rachelle Gremo, SL ............................. 8. six players with ...................................

4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2

66 65 63 59 59 58 58 58 57 56

HOME RUNS 1. Kara Oberer, EC .................................. 2. Jessica Gipson, RC .............................. 3. Hilary Brown, RC .................................. Veronica Alred, RC .............................. 5. Ashley Fernandez, BU ........................ Aimee Halpin, RC ................................. Meagan Burke, UT............................... Lindsy Dugan, FT ................................. Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... 10. five players with..................................

12 10 8 8 5 5 5 5 5 4

RUNS BATTED IN Kristie Hoeffer, RC ........................... Veronica Alred, RC ............................. Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... Kaycie Duncan, EC .............................. Jessica Gipson, RC.............................. Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... Stacy Piagno, UT................................. Kara Oberer, EC ................................. Julie Brito, BU .................................... Brittany Ewing, SL .............................

49 44 39 38 38 37 36 35 34 33

WALKS Aimee Halpin, RC ................................. 30 Kara Oberer, EC .................................. 29 Kristen Schurr, EC .............................. 28 Sarah Steiner, SL ............................... 26 Brittany Ewing, SL .............................. 26 6. Leah Pemberton, FSC ............ 24 7. Devin Kochergen, LU .......................... 23 8. Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... 22 Melanie Spicola, NSU ......................... 22 McKenzie Burns, SL ............................ 22

DOUBLES 1. Hannah Lovestrand, RC ..................... 2. Laura Saladrigas, NSU ...................... Kara Dickinson, FT ............................. 4. Sarah Broeseker, BU ......................... 5. Erika Garcia, NSU .............................. Julie Brito, BU .................................... Taylor Storey, UT .............................. five players with .................................

18 15 15 14 13 13 13 12

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STOLEN BASES 1. McKenzie Burns, SL ............................ 54 2. Aimee Halpin, RC ................................. 28 3. Megan Copeland, BU ........................... 26 Kristie Hoeffer, RC ............................ 26 Chelsey Steedley, SL ......................... 26 6. Elaine Brown, FT .................................. 20 7. Melanie Spicola, NSU ......................... 14 Hannah Lovestrand, RC ...................... 14 9. four players with ................................. 13


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2013 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE STATISTICS Team Pitching ERA University of Tampa 1.07 Rollins College 1.62 Saint Leo University 1.87 Barry University 1.88 Florida Southern College 2.47 Nova SE University 2.50 Florida Tech 3.35 Lynn University 3.49 Eckerd College 5.05

W-L 33-10 44-8 40-16 34-20 17-32 27-26 25-22 19-31 19-37

CG 35 28 17 30 35 37 18 39 14

SH 19 19 13 14 7 3 4 4 2

SV 3 5 8 6 2 3 2 0 2

IP 294.2 340.1 366.1 360.1 334.1 360.2 318.0 320.2 363.0

H 153 235 333 283 349 394 370 375 562

R 74 90 127 127 186 199 215 218 355

ER 45 79 98 97 118 129 152 160 262

BB 88 106 103 117 113 101 106 194 119

SO 438 292 256 251 150 241 159 129 94

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

PO 1021 884 1099 1081 1082 1003 954 962 1085

A 370 215 427 438 467 376 462 458 496

E 32 36 51 54 77 70 81 82 99

FLD % .978 .968 .968 .966 .953 .952 .946 .945 .941

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Kayla Cox, UT ................................. 0.74 Niki Fogle, RC................................. 0.99 Erika Garcia, NSU ........................ 1.44 Britney Pugh, BU ........................... 1.46 Alexis Yohe, BU ............................. 1.60 Sarah Steiner, SL ......................... 1.66 Alana Tabel, SL ............................. 1.75 Megan Still, SL .............................. 1.90 Julia Morrow, UT .......................... 1.92 Chelsea Oglevie, FSC ......... 1.93

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STRIKEOUTS Kayla Cox, UT ................................... Jennie Von Doellen, NSU............... Niki Fogle, RC ................................... Alexis Yohe, BU ............................... Julia Morrow, UT............................. Amanda Smith, FT........................... Alana Tabel, SL ................................ Megan Still, SL ................................. Chelsea Oglevie, FSC .......... Stephanie Sullivan, RC....................

332 191 183 153 98 96 95 93 90 84

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COMPLETE GAMES Jennie Von Doellen, NSU ............... Kayla Cox, UT .................................... Chelsea Oglevie, FSC ........... Kasey Murray, LU ............................. Alexis Yohe, BU ................................ Missy Montgomery, LU ................... Amanda Smith, FT ........................... Niki Fogle, RC .................................... Stephanie Sullivan, RC .................... two pitchers with .............................

29 28 24 23 21 16 15 13 11 10

WINS Kayla Cox, UT ....................................... 25 Niki Fogle, RC....................................... 24 Alexis Yohe, BU ................................... 20 Jennie Von Doellen, NSU .................. 18 Amanda Smith, FT .............................. 17 Alana Tabel, SL ................................... 15 Stephanie Sullivan, RC ....................... 14 Megan Still, SL .................................... 12 Chelsea Oglevie, FSC ............ 11 Kasey Murray, LU ............................... 11

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STRIKEOUTS/7.0 INNINGS Kayla Cox, UT .................................. Julia Morrow, UT............................ Niki Fogle, RC .................................. Jennie Von Doellen, SL ................. Alexis Yohe, BU .............................. Sarah Steiner, SL .......................... Megan Still, SL ................................ Stephanie Sullivan, RC................... Alana Tabel, SL ............................... Taylor Smith, FT ............................

11.15 8.58 6.96 5.83 5.82 5.12 5.06 5.04 4.50 4.34

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

SHUTOUTS Kayla Cox, UT .................................... Alexis Yohe, BU ................................ Niki Fogle, RC .................................... Stephanie Sullivan, RC .................... Chelsea Oglevie, FSC ........... Alana Tabel, SL ................................. Britney Pugh, BU .............................. Megan Still, SL ................................. Amanda Smith, FT ........................... five pitchers with ............................

17 9 7 6 5 5 3 3 3 2

WINNING % (MIN. 12 DECISIONS) 1. Niki Fogle, RC...................... .889 (24-3) 2. Kayla Cox, UT ...................... .806 (25-6) 3. Stephanie Sullivan, RC ...... .778 (14-4) 4. Alana Tabel, SL .................. .714 (15-6) 5. Megan Still, SL ................... .705 (12-5) 6. Alexis Yohe, BU .................. .690 (20-9) 7. Julia Morrow, UT ............... .667 (8-4) 8. Britney Pugh, BU ................ .583 (7-5) 9. Amanda Smith, FT ............. .567 (17-13) 10. Erika Garcia, NSU ............. .538 (7-6)

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

FEWEST WALKS/7.0 INNINGS Taylor Smith, FT ............................... 1.16 Whitney Bernier, EC ....................... 1.32 Alana Tabel, SL ................................ 1.47 Jennie Von Doellen, NSU............... 1.50 Kayla Cox, UT ................................... 1.61 Chelsea Oglevie, FSC .......... 1.63 Kaitlyn Dougherty, EC .................... 1.80 Erika Garcia, NSU ........................... 1.89 Alexis Yohe, BU ............................... 1.90 Megan Still, SL ................................. 1.90

INNINGS PITCHED Jennie Von Doellen, NSU ............ Kayla Cox, UT ................................. Amanda Smith, FT ........................ Chelsea Oglevie, FSC ................... Kasey Murray, LU ......................... Niki Fogle, RC................................. Alexis Yohe, BU ............................. 8. Whitney Bernier, EC .................... 9. Alana Tabel, SL ............................. 10. Missy Montgomery, LU ................

OPPONENTS’ BATTING AVERAGE 1. Kayla Cox, UT ................................... .115 2. Niki Fogle, RC ................................... .180 3. Sarah Steiner, SL ........................... .196 4. Alexis Yohe, BU ............................... .198 5. Stephanie Sullivan, RC.................... .213 6. Julia Morrow, UT............................. .230 7. Britney Pugh, BU .............................. .232 8. Camille Czarnecki, BU ..................... .242 9. Megan Still, SL ................................. .247 10. Chelsea Oglevie, FSC .......... .249

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229.1 208.1 202.1 189.0 184.2 184.0 184.0 154.1 147.2 136.0

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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 a total of 84 NCAA national titles, with those championships Commissioner coming in baseball, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, women’s Ed Pasque rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. During the 2012-13 school years alone, the SSC brought home six national championships, and since 2010, five different schools have won at least one. 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 lacrosse, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. After holding steady with nine members since 1997-98, the Sunshine State Conference will grow with the addition of Embry-Riddle University in the summer of 2014. For more information, please contact:

SSC Member Schools School Location Enrollment Joined SSC Barry University ................... Miami Shores ........ 8,123 .............. 1988 Eckerd College .................... St. Petersburg ....... 1,850 .............. 1975 Florida Southern College ..... Lakeland ................ 2,185 .............. 1975 Florida Tech ......................... Melbourne ............. 8,816 .............. 1981 Lynn University .................... Boca Raton ........... 2,010 .............. 1997 Nova SE University .............. Davie ..................... 6,397 .............. 2002 Rollins College ..................... Winter Park ........... 2,366 .............. 1975 Saint Leo University ............. Saint Leo ............... 2,167 .............. 1975 University of Tampa ............. Tampa ................... 7,500 .............. 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. 

Ed Pasque, Commissioner  Jon Hower, Asst. Commissioner, Strategic Communications  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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2013 SUNSHINE STATE CONFERENCE WRAP-UP SSC YEAR-BY-YEAR CHAMPIONS

2013 FINAL STANDINGS Team x-Saint Leo x-Barry x-Tampa Rollins Florida Tech Florida Southern Nova Southeastern Lynn Eckerd

OVERALL 40-16 34-20 33-10 44-8 25-22 17-32 27-26 19-31 19-37

SSC 20-4 19-5 19-5 17-7 12-12 6-18 6-18 5-19 4-20

YEAR 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

x-Earned NCAA Tournament bid

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

All-SSC First Team Meagan Burke ................ SO .........................Tampa Kelly Martinez ................. SO ........................... Barry Sarah Broeseker............. SR ........................... Barry Kyleen Boatwright........... SO .........................Tampa McKenzie Burns ............. SO .....................Saint Leo Megan Copeland ............ FR ........................... Barry Aimee Halpin .................. SR ......................... Rollins Kristie Hoeffer ..................JR ......................... Rollins Kylee Hardesty ................JR .....................Saint Leo Sarah Steiner...................JR .....................Saint Leo Kayla Cox ........................JR .........................Tampa Niki Fogle ........................ FR ......................... Rollins Hannah Lovestrand ........ SR ......................... Rollins Elaine Brown (OF) .......... FR ................ Florida Tech

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 Florida Southern/Barry

YEAR 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

CHAMPION Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Tampa Barry Barry Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern Barry Florida Southern/Rollins Rollins Rollins Tampa Saint Leo

tie for final 1st team outfield position

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

All-SSC Second Team Julie Brito ........................ SO ........................... Barry Stacy Piagno .................. SR .........................Tampa Rachelle Gremo.............. SR .....................Saint Leo Samira Tanaka ................JR ..... Nova Southeastern Katie Bannon .................. SR .........................Tampa Kaycie Duncan ............... FR .........................Eckerd Courtney Durbin ............. FR ......................... Rollins Chelsey Steedley.............JR .....................Saint Leo Veronica Alred .................JR ......................... Rollins NONE Alana Tabel .................... FR .....................Saint Leo Alexis Yohe ..................... SR ........................... Barry Kasey Murray ..................JR ............................ Lynn Megan Still (P) ................ SR .....................Saint Leo

Brittany Martin made the All-SSC Team as a junior at first base in 2011, and as a senior at third base in 2012. Though she played only two years at Florida Southern as a junior college transfer, she shares the school’s career home run record of 16, and is one of only two Moccasins to have two multi-home run games in one season. SSC Career Records Held by Florida Southern Players Hits ......................... 298 ..... Shelly Davis ................ 1993-96 At-Bats .................... 756 ..... Jesse Shepherd.......... 2004-07 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

No Honorable Mention PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Sarah Broeseker, Barry PITCHER-OF-THE-YEAR: Kayla Cox, Tampa FRESHMAN-OF-THE-YEAR: Megan Copeland, Barry COACH-OF-THE-YEAR: John Conway, Saint Leo 22


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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 29 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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FLORIDA SOUTHERN SOFTBALL BY THE NUMBERS

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Florida Southern Hall of Famers

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NCAA Tournament Bids

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Conference Titles

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All-American Players

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All-American Awards

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NCAA Playoff Wins

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All-Region Selections

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Over the last 26 years, the  Moccasins  have  averaged  41 wins per season with a  .756 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).

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Jordan Alexander 

Christie Bailey 

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Kelli Connors 

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Priscilla Gonzalez 

Jamie Graziani 

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Jordan Honc 

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Brandi Jones 

Sierra Lacey 

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Allasyn Lieneck 

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Taylor Manning 

Kate Norkeliunas 

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Kylee Stearns 

Chelsea Oglevie 

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Back Row  (L‐R):  Head  Coach  Chris  Bellotto,  Asst.  Coach  Al  Bellotto,  Chelsea  Oglevie,  Leah  Pemberton,  Kate  Norkeliunas,  Brandi  Jones,  Kelli  Connors, Christie Bailey, Heather Brinkmeier, Taylor Manning, Certified Athletic Trainer Dani Glenn, Asst. Coach Michelle Tatlock, Asst. Sports  Information Director Tim Carpenter. Middle Row (L‐R): Jamie Graziani, Allasyn Lieneck, Jordan Alexander, Jordan Honc, Priscilla Gonzalez, Dayna  Hunn, Courtney Hogrefe, Meghan Reall. Front Row (L‐R): Kim Booker, Jessica Lanci, Jordan Honc, Sierra Lacey, Hannah Loyer. 

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Name Jamie Graziani  Hannah Loyer  Kylee Stearns  Brandi Jones  Leah Pemberton  Allasyn Lieneck  Courtney Hogrefe  Kelli Connors  Heather Brinkmeier  Chelsea Oglevie  Kate Norkeliunas  Jordan Honc  Taylor Manning  Kim Booker  Jordan Alexander  Priscilla Gonzalez  Sierra Lacey  Dayna Hunn  Christie Bailey  Jessica Lanci  Meghan Reall 

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

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Ht. 5‐01  5‐04  5‐02  5‐07  5‐07  5‐04  5‐04  5‐08  5‐05  5‐06  5‐08  5‐06  5‐08  5‐06  5‐02  5‐07  5‐03  5‐06  5‐06  5‐05  5‐04 

Cl. Fr.  Fr.  Jr.  Fr.  So.  Sr.  Fr.  So.  R‐Sr.  Sr.  So.  Fr.  Fr.  Jr.  So.  Jr.  Fr.  Jr.  Sr.  Jr.  Fr. 

Hometown New Castle, PA  Bradenton, FL  Lakeland, FL  Snellville, GA  Valrico, FL  Oldsmar, FL  Naples, FL  Waterford, CT  Port St. Joe, FL  Tampa, FL  Naples, FL  Cape Coral, FL  Naples, FL  Bartow, FL  Valrico, FL  Miami, FL  Seffner, FL  Morriston, FL  Jacksonville, FL  Orlando, FL  Smithfield, RI 

High School/Previous School  Neshannock  Braden River  Kathleen/Polk State College  Brookwood  Bloomingdale  East Lake/Nichols College  Naples  Waterford  Port St. Joe/Lurleen B. Wallace CC  Sickles/State College of Florida  The Community School of Naples  Bishop Verot  Naples  Bartow/Hillsborough CC  Bloomingdale  Florida Christian School/Seminole State College  Strawberry Crest  Williston  Bartram Trail  Timber Creek/Webber International U.  Smithfield 

Chris Bellotto – Head Coach  Michelle Tatlock, Al Bellotto, & Chrissy Teresi – Assistant Coaches  Dani Glenn – Athletic Trainer  26


2014 FLORIDA SOUTHERN SOFTBALL SCHEDULE DAY DATE Fri. Feb. 7 Sat. Feb. 8 Sun. Feb. 9 Wed. Feb. 12 Tues. Feb. 18 Fri. Feb. 21 Wed. Feb. 26 Sat. Mar. 1 Sun. Mar. 2 Tues. Mar. 4 Fri. Mar. 7 Sat. Mar. 8 Tues. Mar. 11 Fri. Mar. 14 Sat. Mar. 15 Wed. Mar. 19 Fri. Mar. 21 Sat. Mar. 22 Fri. Mar. 28 Sat. Mar. 29 Fri. Apr. 4 Sat. Apr. 5 Fri. Apr. 11 Sat. Apr. 12 Thurs. Apr. 17 Fri. Apr. 18 Fri. Apr. 25 Sat. Apr. 26

OPPONENT vs. Shorter vs. Palm Beach Atlantic vs. Valdosta State vs. Colorado Christian vs. Flagler Simon Fraser [DH] at Flagler [DH] Western Ontario [DH] Warner [DH] *Barry *Barry [DH] Dominican (NY) [DH] *at Lynn *at Lynn [DH] American International [DH] vs. SW Minnesota State vs. Concordia-St. Paul vs. Wayne State (MI) vs. Ohio Dominican Georgia Southwestern [DH] *Tampa *Tampa [DH] *at Florida Tech *at Florida Tech [DH] *at Nova Southeastern *at Nova Southeastern [DH] *Rollins *Rollins [DH] *at Saint Leo *at Saint Leo [DH] *Eckerd *Eckerd [DH]

LOCATION TIME Clearwater 4:30 pm Clearwater 7:00 pm Clearwater 1:30 pm Clearwater 4:00 pm Clearwater 12:30 pm Lakeland 5:00 pm St. Augustine 5:00 pm Lakeland 5:00 pm Lakeland 6:00 pm Lakeland 5:00 pm Lakeland 1:00 pm Lakeland 6:00 pm Boca Raton 3:00 pm Boca Raton 1:00 pm Lakeland 6:00 pm Winter Haven 2:00 pm Winter Haven 3:30 pm Winter Haven 9:00 am Winter Haven 11:00 am Lakeland 5:00 pm Lakeland 7:00 pm Lakeland 1:00 pm Melbourne 3:00 pm Melbourne 1:00 pm Davie 6:00 pm Davie 1:00 pm Lakeland 7:00 pm Lakeland 1:00 pm Saint Leo 7:00 pm Saint Leo 11:00 am Lakeland 7:00 pm Lakeland 1:00 pm

Florida Southern Softball Scorecard National Champions 1993 National Runner-Up 1987, 2004 National Third Place 1989, 2006 National Fourth Place 2007 Regional Championships 1987, 1989, 1993, 1996 1997, 2004, 2006, 2007 Conference Championships 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 1998, 1999, 2000, 2004 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009

Fri.-Sun., May 9-11: NCAA Division II South Region Tournament (site TBA) Fri.-Sat., May 16-17: NCAA Division II South Super Regional (site TBA) Thurs.-Mon., May 22-26: NCAA Division II National Tournament (Salem, VA)

2014 Captains Jessica Lanci, Christie Bailey, and Chelsea Oglevie

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2014 Florida Southern Softball Record Book

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