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SOFTBALL 2010 Media Guide

Alisa Goler

Taylor Schlopy

2009 All-American 2009 All-SEC First Team 2008 & 2009 All-Region

Brianna Hesson

2009 All-SEC Second Team

2009 All-American 2009 All-SEC First Team 2009 All-Region 2008 SEC All-Freshman Team

Megan Wiggins

2008 All-SEC First Team 2008 SEC All-Freshman Team

Kristyn Sandberg

2009 SEC All-Freshman Team


Georgia Reached Its First Women’s College World Series in 2009 Advancing to the Final Four


Quick Facts / Table of Contents Quick Facts General Information

Location .............................................................................................Athens, Ga. Founded .......................................................................................................1785 Enrollment .................................................................................................34,885 Colors ........................................................................................... Red and Black Mascot ....................................................................................................Bulldogs Conference ........................................................Southeastern (Eastern Division) President ........................................Dr. Michael F. Adams (David Lipscomb, ‘70) Athletic Director ......................................................Damon Evans (Georgia, ‘92)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach........................................ Lu Harris-Champer (Western Illinois, ‘89) Overall Record....................................................................661-232-1 (13 Years) Record at UGA ........................................................................452-168 (9 Years) Assistant Coach.......................................................... Gerry Glasco (Illinois, ‘80) Assistant Coach.................................................Megan McAllister (Georgia, ‘07) Student Assistant Coach .............................................................Kristin Schnake Softball Administrative Assistant ..................................................Norma Holliday Office Phone .................................................................................. 706-425-3139 Office Fax ...................................................................................... 706-425-3144

History

UGA Soccer/Softball Complex

Home Field ..........................................................UGA Soccer/Softball Complex Capacity.......................................................................................................1,400 Surface .......................................................................................... Natural Grass Field Dimensions ........................................................LF: 190; CF: 220; RF: 190 Press Box Phone Number ............................................................. 706-425-3362

Team Information

2009 Record ............................................................................ 47-12 (18-7 SEC) 2009 SEC Finish........................................................................3rd (2nd in East) 2009 Postseason ...............................Women’s College World Series Final Four 2009 Final Rankings ............................................................................................. NFCA/USA Today......................................................................................4 ESPN.com/USA Softball ...........................................................................4 Players Returning/Lost ..................................................................................11/9 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................................................................11/8 Positional Players Returning/Lost....................................................................9/8 Pitchers Returning/Lost ...................................................................................2/1 Newcomers.......................................................................................................11

Sports Communications

Associate Athletic Director/Sports Comm. Director ....................... Claude Felton Assoc. Sports Comm. Director ................................................................ Tim Hix Assoc. Sports Comm. Director ............................................... Christopher Lakos Assoc. Sports Comm. Director ........................................................ Mike Mobley Asst. Sports Comm. Director ......................................................... Steve Colquitt Asst. Sports Comm. Director ........................................................ Leland Barrow Asst. Sports Comm. Director ..................................................... Tanner Tedeschi Asst. Sports Comm. Director ...............................................................Ben Beaty Publications Coordinator .........................................................Karlene Lawrence Sports Comm. Office Manager ........................................................... Karen Huff Sports Comm. Graduate Assistants .................... Kate Burkholder, Cc Robinson Office Phone .................................................................................. 706-542-1621 Office Fax ...................................................................................... 706-542-9339 Mailing Address .................................... P.O. Box 1472, Athens, GA 30603-1472 Overnight Address .............................................................. Butts-Mehre Building ................................... 1 Selig Circle, Room 312, Athens, GA 30603-4368 Website: ......................................................................... www.georgiadogs.com. Softball Contact ......................................................................... Tanner Tedeschi Office Phone ........................................................................ 706-542-7965 Cell Phone ........................................................................... 678-492-3355 Email ....................................................................tannert@sports.uga.edu Office Fax............................................................................. 706-542-7993

Quick Facts/Table of Contents Media & Travel Information 2010 Opponent Information

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2010 GEORGIA BULLDOGS Roster Roster Breakdown Season Outlook Q&A with Head Coach Lu Harris-Champer Head Coach Lu Harris-Champer Assistant Coaches / Student Assistant Coach Softball Support Staff / Softball Camp UGA Athletic Administration Meet The Bulldogs Southeastern Conference SEC-TV / SEC Tournament NCAA Tournament

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THIS IS GEORGIA SOFTBALL UGA Softball Stadium Indoor Training Facility East Campus Village UGA Athletics Facilities Strength & Conditioning Sports Medicine / Why Georgia? This Is Georgia Bulldog Softball What It Means To Be A Bulldog On The Road With The Bulldogs Balance In Athletics & Academics Preparation & Opportunity for Success CHAMPS/Life Skills / Endowments The University of Georgia 2009 UGA Athletics Year-In-Review Georgia Greats / Notable Alumni The Legacy of Uga Georgia Traditions Experience Athens The State of Georgia

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UGA SOFTBALL HISTORY 2009 Year-In-Review All-Time Series Results Year-By-Year Results Year-By-Year Statistics / No Hitters & Perfect Games Annual Leaders Individual Records Team Records & Streaks / Letterwinners All-Time Numerical Roster Honors & Awards SEC Championships NCAA Tournament Teams Women’s College World Series All-Americans Bulldogs In The Pros / USA Softball

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Credits

The 2010 Georgia Softball Media Guide is produced by the University of Georgia Athletic Association - Athens, Ga. This media guide was written, edited and designed by Tanner Tedeschi, Assistant Director, UGA Sports Communications. Special thanks to UGA Sports Communications staff, Jared Benko and Tyler Sabo, former Assistant Sports Communications Directors, Dan Mihalik, and to UGA Sports Communications student assistants Katie Boshinski, Robert Carnes, Peyton Edwards, Grant Grisamore, David Koonin, Meredith Milligan, Molly Poitevint, Michael Terry, Joseph Feldman and Alex Zerkel. Photography Credits: Lisa Hall, Steve Colquitt, Leonard Isbell, Dan Evans, Rebecca Hay, Donavan Eason, Ashley Connell, Amanda C. Melton, Kelly Wegel, Lesley Onstott, Phillip Faulkner, Scott C. James, Team Hot Shots, Mike Holliday, Bill Auger, Lauren Carroll, Steve Guyer, Dave Marck, Joel Gibson, Athens Convention and Visitors Bureau, Georgia Department of Economic Development, Jared Benko, Tanner Tedeschi, Nancy Evelyn, Robert Newcomb, Artista Records, Atlanta Braves, AP, Octogon Records, MacGregor, Kevin Works, Dylan Wilson, Kennychesney.com, Columbia Records, So So Def Records, Warner Brothers Records, Harry Benson, Karla Willaims and Studio Chambers. Front and Back Cover Design: Tanner Tedeschi. Printing: Ebsco Media - Birmingham, Ala.

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General Information

First Year of Softball .....................................................................................1997 All-Time Record ...................................................................................... 567-291 All-Time SEC Record ............................................................................. 203-166 All-Time SEC Tournament Record.............................................................. 12-15 NCAA Tournament Appearances ........................................................................8 NCAA Postseason Record ......................................................................... 29-16 Last NCAA Tournament Appearance ............................................................2009

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Media & Travel Information The Georgia Sports Communications staff is pleased to assist you with your coverage of Georgia Softball. We will provide pregame notes, statistics and scorecards, NCAA box scores, fax and e-mail services. CREDENTIALS/PARKING: All requests for working press, radio, television or photographer passes should be made to Tanner Tedeschi, UGA Sports Communications, P.O. Box 1472, Athens, Ga., 30603-1472 as soon as possible prior to game day. He can be reached by phone (706) 542-7965, by fax at (706) 542-7993 or email at tannert@sports.uga.edu. All written requests should be made on official letterhead. Parking is available in the commuter lot behind the field, no parking passes are issued. INTERVIEWS/PRACTICE: Please contact the Sports Communications office at (706) 542-1621 for interview requests. Georgia players and coaches will be available before or after practices and after games in the dugout following a brief cooling off period. The locker room is closed to the media. STILL/TV PHOTOGRAPHERS: Accredited photographers will be allowed to shoot on the field. Photographers must stay outside the playing area and past each dugout. The areas in front of the dugout, inside the dugout and around home plate are off limits. TELEPHONES: Telephones in the press box for the working media are used on a first-come, first-serve basis. Only local, collect and credit card calls may be placed. TELEVISION: A television booth is located in the press box and camera platforms for home plate and center field positions are in place. Low first base and third base positions will be on the field. A chalk outline will be drawn around these two spots.

General Information

TOBACCO POLICY: In keeping with UGAA policy, the entire seating area and press box of the UGA Soccer/Softball Complex has been designated as a tobacco-free area. VISITING RADIO: A courtesy phone line is provided in the press box for visiting radio in the designated visiting radio booth in the press box. DIRECTIONS TO THE UGA SOCCER/SOFTBALL COMPLEX: From Atlanta: Take I-85 North to Highway 316 (signs to Athens). Continue on 316 approximately 40 miles. Turn right on the Athens Bypass (Loop 10) southbound. Take the Milledge Ave. exit and turn right at the bottom of the ramp. The complex is approximately one quarter mile ahead on the right. From Birmingham: Take I-20 East and exit at the Conyers Exit (Exit 82 - Highway 138). Turn left onto Highway 138 at the light. Continue for approximately 20 miles where Highway 138 will merge into Highway 78 East. Continue on 78 East for 18 miles and turn right onto Highway 316. Go approximately four miles until you reach the Athens Bypass (Loop 10) southbound. Take the Milledge Avenue exit and turn right at the bottom of the ramp. The complex is approximately one quarter mile ahead on the right. GEORGIA SOFTBALL ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB: Information on Georgia Softball can be obtained on at www.georgiadogs.com. Each week, news releases, game notes and current statistics are updated. Also included are coach and player biographies and historical data for use by the media. The website also offers premium video and audio content that gives Bulldog fans unprecedented access to Georgia’s athletic program.

Georgia Media Directory

Travel Information

ASSOCIATED PRESS (Paul Newberry) pnewberry@ap.org

404-522-8971

MARIETTA DAILY JOURNAL sportseditor@mdjonline.com

770-428-9411

ASSOCIATED PRESS (Charles Odum) ceodeum@yahoo.com

404-522-8971

THE RED & BLACK sports@randb.com

706-543-1809

WSB-TV - ATLANTA (ABC, Ch. 2)

404-897-7000

WAGA-TV ATLANTA (Fox, Ch. 5)

404-898-0150

WXIA-TV - ATLANTA (NBC, Ch. 11)

404-873-9146

WGCL-TV - ATLANTA (CBS, Ch. 46)

404-325-3250

WNEG-TV (Ch. 32)

706-886-0032

ATHENS BANNER HERALD (David Ching, Spots. Ed.) david.ching@onlineathens.com 706-208-2239 ATHENS BANNER HERALD (Roger Clarkson) roger.clarkson@onlineathens.com 706-208-2240 ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION (Chip Towers) ctowers@ajc.com 706-543-6487 ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION (Tim Tucker) ttucker@ajc.com 706-543-6487 ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION (Tony Barnhart) tbarnhart@ajc.com 404-526-5331 ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION (Bill Sanders) williamsanders7@comcast.net 770-846-8388 CHATTANOOGA NEWS-FREE PRESS (David Paschall) dpaschall@timesfreepress.com

COMCAST SPORTS SOUTHEAST (Matt Stewart) Matt-Stewart@cable.comcast.com 770-559-2300 WRFC RADIO - ATHENS (David Johnston) davidj@southernbroadcasting.com

706-549-6222

WQXI Radio, 790 The Zone - Atlanta (Matt Edgar) medgar@790thezone.com 404-238-9476

706-255-2326

DAWG POST (Dean Legge) dean@dawgpost.com

WCNN Radio, 680 The Fan - Atlanta (Scott McFarlane) scottmcfarlane@680thefan.com 404-688-0068

803-599-1276

WUOG RADIO sports@wuog.org

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858-405-8280

Mississippi State, 4/13 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites 110 Highway 12 West Starkville, MS 39759 Phone: 662-324-0076

Tennessee, 3/20-21 SpringHill Suites By Marriott 10955 Turkey Drive Knoxville, TN 37922 Phone: 865-966-8888

LSU, 5/1-2 Hampton Inn Baton Rouge 4646 Constitution Avenue Baton Rouge, LA 70808 Phone: 225-926-9990

Kentucky, 3/27-28 SpringHill Suites By Marriott 863 South Broadway Road Lexington, KY 40504 Phone: 859-225-1500

Texas, 5/9-10 Doubletree Hotel Austin 1617 IH-35 North Austin, TX 78702 Phone: 512-479-4000

Ole Miss, 4/10-11 Hampton Inn Oxford 110 Heritage Drive Oxford, MS 38655 Phone: 662-232-2442

SEC Tournament, 5/13-15 Hampton Inn Fayetteville 915 Krupa Drive Fayetteville, AR 72704 Phone: 479-587-8300

WSB Radio, News/Talk 750 - Atlanta (Tony Schiavone) tony.schiavone@coxradio.com 404-897-7500

DAWGS ILLUSTRATED (Anthony Dasher) dash@ugasports.com

MACON TELEGRAPH (David Hale) davidmhale@gmail.com

National Collegiate Softball Invitational, 2/12-14 Hampton Inn Clermont 2200 East Highway 50 Clermont, FL 34711 Phone: 352-536-6600

706-542-7100


2010 Opponent Information Central Florida Knights Feb. 13 in Orlando, Fla. Location ..........................................Orlando, Fla. Conference ...............................Conference USA Enrollment ................................................53,537 Stadium ................. UCF Softball Complex (600) Colors .............................................Black & Gold Head Coach...................... Renee Luers-Gillispie Overall Record.................. 557-414-3 (16 years) Record at UCF.................... 305-210-1 (8 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 27-27 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID............................. Sarah Tarasewicz SID Email......................sarah@athletics.ucf.edu SID Phone .................................... 407-823-6489 SID Fax......................................... 407-823-5293 www.UCFathletics.com

Florida State Seminoles March 24 in Athens Location ....................................Tallahassee, Fla. Conference ................................... Atlantic Coast Enrollment ................................................41,065 Stadium ..................... JoAnne Graf Field (1,000) Colors ...........................................Garnet & Gold Head Coach.................................Lonni Alameda Overall Record..................... 201-174-1 (6 years) Record at FSU ............................ 44-16 (1 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 44-16 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID................................. Brandon Mellor SID Email................................. bmellor@fsu.edu SID Phone .................................... 850-645-7683 SID Fax......................................... 850-644-3820 www.seminoles.com

Kennesaw State Owls March 31 in Athens Location ...................................... Kennesaw, Ga. Conference ...................................... Atlantic Sun Enrollment ................................................21,162 Stadium ................................ Bailey Park (1,032) Colors .............................................Black & Gold Head Coach..................................Scott Whitlock Overall Record.................. 1,027-218 (23 years) Record at KSU.................. 1,027-218 (23 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 21-30 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID............................ Jessica Steadman SID Email................... jsteadm2@kennesaw.edu SID Phone .................................... 678-797-2192 SID Fax......................................... 678-797-2122 www.ksuowls.com

Arkansas Razorbacks April 2-3 in Athens Location .................................... Fayetteville, Ark. Conference ...................... SEC Western Division Enrollment ................................................19,849 Stadium .................................Bogle Park (1,200) Colors .......................................Cardinal & White Head Coach...................................Mike Larabee Overall Record........................ 114-147 (5 years) Record at Arkansas ............................ First Year 2009 Record .............................................. 27-29 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID............................. Melissa Anderson SID Email.............................. msa002@uark.edu SID Phone .................................... 479-575-4898 SID Fax......................................... 479-575-7481 www.arkansasrazorbacks.com

Charleston Southern Buccaneers Feb. 26 in Athens Location .................................... Charleston, S.C. Conference .......................................... Big South Enrollment ..................................................3,236 Stadium ........................... Buccaneer Field (200) Colors .............................................. Blue & Gold Head Coach................................. Shane Winkler Overall Record............................ 26-33 (1 year) Record at CSU ............................ 26-33 (1 year) 2009 Record .............................................. 26-33 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID.......................................Ryan Burns SID Email............................ rsburns@csuniv.edu SID Phone .................................... 843-863-7037 SID Fax......................................... 843-863-7676 www.CSUsports.com

Furman Paladins March 17 in Athens Location ..................................... Greenville, S.C. Conference ........................................... Southern Enrollment ..................................................2,600 Stadium .............................. Pepsi Stadium (300) Colors ..........................................Purple & White Head Coach...................................Dana Jenkins Overall Record..................... 199-313-1 (9 years) Record at Furman................ 123-230-1 (6 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 22-29 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID..................................Jordan Caskey SID Email.................jordan.caskey@furman.edu SID Phone .................................... 864-294-3065 SID Fax......................................... 864-294-3061 www.furmanpaladins.com

Kentucky Wildcats March 27-28 in Lexington Location ........................................ Lexington, Ky. Conference ....................... SEC Eastern Division Enrollment ................................................27,000 Stadium .................... UK Softball Complex (500) Colors .............................................Blue & White Head Coach................................ Rachel Lawson Overall Record....................... 143-144 (4 years) Record at UK ............................. 51-60 (2 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 34-23 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID........................................Deb Moore SID Email........................... deb.moore@uky.edu SID Phone .................................... 859-257-8506 SID Fax......................................... 859-323-4310 www.ukathletics.com

Auburn Tigers April 17-18 in Athens Location ........................................... Auburn, Ala. Conference ...................... SEC Western Division Enrollment ................................................24,137 Stadium ................. Jane B. Moore Field (1,500) Colors ....................... Burnt Orange & Navy Blue Head Coach...................................... Tina Deese Overall Record.................. 714-490-1 (22 years) Record at Auburn............... 428-367-1 (14 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 30-29 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID......................................... Bob Grant SID Email............................grantrs@auburn.edu SID Phone .................................... 334-844-9800 SID Fax......................................... 334-844-9807 www.auburntigers.com

Elon Phoenix March 6 in Athens Location .............................................. Elon, N.C. Conference ........................................... Southern Enrollment ..................................................5,628 Stadium ...............................................East Field Colors ......................................... Maroon & Gold Head Coach................................ Patti Rodriguez Overall Record..................... 209-280-1 (9 years) Record at Elon ..................... 209-280-1 (9 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 15-32 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID....................................Jen Blackwell SID Email..........................jblackwell2@elon.edu SID Phone .................................... 336-278-6634 SID Fax......................................... 336-278-6768 www.elonphoenix.com

Georgia Southern Eagles April 5 in Athens Location ..................................... Statesboro, Ga. Conference ........................................... Southern Enrollment ................................................19,086 Stadium ................................... Eagle Field (700) Colors .............................................Blue & White Head Coach.............................. Maggie Johnson Overall Record............................. 29-25 (1 year) Record at Ga. Southern............... 29-25 (1 year) 2009 Record .............................................. 29-59 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID.................................. Barrett Gilham SID Email.... bg00251-gw@georgiasouthern.edu SID Phone .................................... 912-478-5448 SID Fax......................................... 912-478-0046 www.georgiasoutherneagles.com

Louisiana State April 29-30 in Baton Rouge Location ...................................Baton Rouge, La. Conference ...................... SEC Western Division Enrollment ................................................29,317 Stadium ..................................Tiger Park (2,489) Colors ........................................... Purple & Gold Head Coach................................Yvette Girouard Overall Record................ 1,200-387-1 (29 years) Record at LSU ..................... 441-137-1 (9 years) 2009 Record ........................................... 34-18-1 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID...................................Matt Dunaway SID Email............................mdunaway@lsu.edu SID Phone .................................... 225-578-1869 SID Fax......................................... 225-578-1861 www.lsusports.net

Belmont Bruins March 5 in Athens Location ..................................... Nashville, Tenn. Conference ...................................... Atlantic Sun Enrollment ..................................................5,017 Stadium .........................................Aquinas Field Colors ........................... Navy Blue, Red & White Head Coach.............................. Chris Kuhlmeyer Overall Record................................ First Season Record at Belmont .......................... First Season 2009 Record ...............................................11-35 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID...........................Patrick Stubblefield SID Email....... patrick.stubblefield@belmont.edu SID Phone .................................... 615-460-8237 SID Fax......................................... 615-460-5584 www.belmontbruins.com

Florida Gators March 10 in Athens Location ..................................... Gainesville, Fla. Conference ....................... SEC Eastern Division Enrollment ................................................52,112 Stadium .... Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium (1,200) Colors .......................................... Orange & Blue Head Coach.......................................Tim Walton Overall Record....................... 349-121 (7 years) Record at Florida ..................... 226-57 (4 years) 2009 Record ................................................ 63-5 2009 Postseason .......................... NCAA WCWS Softball SID................................ Suzanna Ollove SID Email............... ZannaO@gators.uaa.ufl.edu SID Phone .................... 352-375-4683 ext. 6128 SID Fax......................................... 352-375-4809 www.gatorzone.com

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets April 7 in Atlanta; April 21 in Athens Location ............................................Atlanta, Ga. Conference ................................... Atlantic Coast Enrollment ................................................19,404 Stadium ...........................Mewborn Field (1,500) Colors ......................................Old Gold & White Head Coach................................ Sharon Perkins Overall Record........................ 132-62 (3 years) Record at Ga. Tech.................. 132-62 (3 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 46-15 2009 Postseason ........... NCAA Super Regionals Softball SID...................................... Seth Gerard SID Email.............sgerard@athletics.gatech.edu SID Phone .................................... 404-894-5467 SID Fax......................................... 404-864-1248 www.ramblinwreck.com

Michigan Feb. 13 in Orlando, Fla. Location .................................... Ann Arbor, Mich. Conference ..............................................Big Ten Enrollment ................................................38,890 Stadium ........... Wilpon Softball Complex (2,800) Colors ............................................ Maize & Blue Head Coach................................. Carol Hutchins Overall Record............... 1,130-404-4 (26 years) Record at Michigan........ 1,107-393-4 (25 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 47-12 2009 Postseason .......................... NCAA WCWS Softball SID.................................... Leah Howard SID Email..........................lchoward@umich.edu SID Phone .................................... 734-615-0679 SID Fax..........................................734-647-1188 www.mgoblue.com

Bowling Green Falcons Feb. 19 in Athens Location ............................. Bowling Green, Ohio Conference ................................... Mid-American Enrollment ................................................21,132 Stadium ................. Meserve Softball Field (500) Colors ....................................... Orange & Brown Head Coach........................... Shannon Salsbury Overall Record............................ 65-69 (3 years) Record at BGSU ......................... 65-69 (3 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 13-33 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID........................................Mike Cihon SID Email..............................mjcihon@bgsu.edu SID Phone .................................... 419-372-0474 SID Fax......................................... 419-372-6015 www.bgsufalcons.com

Florida Atlantic Owls Feb. 14 in Orlando, Fla. Location ....................................Boca Raton, Fla. Conference ............................................ Sun Belt Enrollment ................................................26,000 Stadium ................... FAU Softball Stadium (700) Colors ............................................... Blue & Red Head Coach...................................... Joan Joyce Overall Record...................... 652-352 (15 years) Record at FAU ...................... 652-352 (15 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 30-30 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID..................................Justin Johnson SID Email............................... jjohn218@fau.edu SID Phone .................................... 561-297-3513 SID Fax......................................... 561-297-3963 www.fausports.com

Iowa State Cyclones Feb. 26 & 27 in Athens Location ............................................Ames, Iowa Conference ............................................... Big 12 Enrollment ................................................27,945 Stadium .........Southwest Athletic Complex (509) Colors ........................................ Cardinal & Gold Head Coach.............. Stacy Gemeinhardt-Cesler Overall Record........................ 244-177 (8 years) Record at ISU ........................... 91-101 (4 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 26-29 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID......................................Matt Shoultz SID Email.........................mshoultz@iastate.edu SID Phone .................................... 515-294-1393 SID Fax......................................... 515-294-0125 www.cyclones.com

Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders March 7 in Athens Location .............................. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Conference ............................................ Sun Belt Enrollment ................................................25,191 Stadium ..........................Blue Raider Field (500) Colors ...................................Royal Blue & White Head Coach........................................Sue Nevar Overall Record.................. 325-284-1 (13 years) Record at MTSU ........................ 36-65 (2 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 14-34 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID............................... Christian Lemon SID Email...................lemon@goblueraides.com SID Phone .................................... 615-898-5272 SID Fax......................................... 615-898-5270 www.goblueraiders.com

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Alabama Crimson Tide March 13-14 in Athens Location .................................... Tuscaloosa, Ala. Conference ...................... SEC Western Division Enrollment ................................................28,807 Stadium ........Alabama Softball Complex (2,095) Colors .......................................Crimson & White Head Coach.................................Patrick Murphy Overall Record...................... 608-188 (12 years) Record at Alabama ............... 554-177 (11 years) 2009 Record ...............................................54-11 2009 Postseason .......................... NCAA WCWS Softball SID......................................Skip Powers SID Email.............................spowers@ia.ua.edu SID Phone .................................... 205-348-6734 SID Fax......................................... 205-348-8841 www.rolltide.com


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2010 Opponent Information Minnesota Golden Gophers March 5 & 6 in Athens Location .................................Minneapolis, Minn. Conference ..............................................Big Ten Enrollment ................................................51,140 Stadium ...... Jane Sage Cowles Stadium (1,000) Colors ......................................... Maroon & Gold Co-Head Coaches .....................Lisa Bernstein / Julie Standering Overall Record........ 581-447-3 (18 years) / 341-255-2 (11 years) Record at Minnesota ................................ Same 2009 Record .............................................. 23-32 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID......................................Pat McCabe SID Email.......................... mcca0512@umn.edu SID Phone .................................... 612-624-4345 SID Fax......................................... 612-625-0359 www.gophersports.com

St. John’s Red Storm Feb. 27 in Athens Location ......................................... Queens, N.Y. Conference ............................................ Big East Enrollment ................................................20,109 Stadium ........................... Red Storm Field (250) Colors ............................................. Red & White Head Coach.................................Amy Kvilhaugh Overall Record....................... 189-212 (8 years) Record at St. John’s .................. 62-97 (4 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 24-26 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID.................................Stephen K. Lee SID Email................stephen.lee09@stjohns.edu SID Phone .................................... 718-990-1523 SID Fax......................................... 718-969-8468 www.redstormsports.com

Virginia Tech Hokies Feb. 19 & 20 in Athens Location ......................................Blacksburg, Va. Conference ................................... Atlantic Coast Enrollment ................................................30,000 Stadium ............... Tech Softball Stadium (1,024) Colors ............. Chicago Maroon & Burnt Orange Head Coach................................... Scot Thomas Overall Record..................... 511-335 (14 years) Record at VT ....................... 511-335 (14 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 28-28 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID.................................Byran Johnston SID Email............................................blj@vt.edu SID Phone .................................... 540-231-3387 SID Fax......................................... 540-231-6984 www.hokiesports.com

Ole Miss Rebels April 10-11 in Oxford Location ......................................... Oxford, Miss. Conference ...................... SEC Western Division Enrollment ................................................18,344 Stadium ........ Ole Miss Softball Complex (1,000) Colors ........................Cardinal Red & Navy Blue Head Coach.............................. Missy Dickerson Overall Record....................... 209-183 (7 years) Record at Ole Miss .................. 97-127 (4 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 23-29 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID............................... Daniel Snowden SID Email..................... desnowde@olemiss.edu SID Phone .................................... 662-915-7522 SID Fax......................................... 662-915-7006 www.olemisssports.com

Tennessee Lady Volunteers March 20-21 in Knoxville Location ..................................... Knoxville, Tenn. Conference ....................... SEC Eastern Division Enrollment ................................................27,739 Stadium .... Sherri Parker Lee SoftbalL Stadium (1,614) Colors ........................................ Orange & White Head Coaches ..... Ralph Weekly / Karen Weekly Overall Record ...... 917-316-2 (22 years)/639-232-2 (13 years) Record at UT ....................... 416-135-2 (8 years) 2009 Record ........................................... 40-18-1 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID....................................... Brian Davis SID Email...............................bdavis16@utk.edu SID Phone .................................... 865-974-7478 SID Fax......................................... 865-974-8875 www.utladyvols.com

Western Carolina Catamounts Feb. 20 in Athens Location .....................................Cullowhee, N.C. Conference ........................................... Southern Enrollment ..................................................9,000 Stadium ....... Catamount Softball Complex (500) Colors ........................................... Purple & Gold Head Coach..............................Christine Hornak Overall Record.......................... 59-105 (3 years) Record at WCU ........................ 59-105 (3 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 12-35 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID..................................Denise Gideon SID Email..................... dgideon@email.wcu.edu SID Phone .................................... 828-227-2336 SID Fax......................................... 828-227-7688 www.catamountsports.com

Mississippi State Bulldogs April 13 in Starkville Location ......................................Starkville, Miss. Conference ...................... SEC Western Division Enrollment ................................................18,601 Stadium ....................... MSU Softball Field (750) Colors ........................................Maroon & White Head Coach......................................... Jay Miller Overall Record...................... 954-607(27 years) Record at MSU ...................... 245-192 (7 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 28-28 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID..............................Brock Turnipseed SID Email..... bturnipseed@athletics.mssate.edu SID Phone .................................... 662-325-7556 SID Fax......................................... 662-325-3654 www.mstateathletics.com

UT-Chattanooga Lady Mocs Feb. 14 in Orlando, Fla. Location ............................... Chattanooga, Tenn. Conference ........................................... Southern Enrollment ................................................10,526 Stadium ............................Frost Stadium (3,000) Colors ............................ Navy, Old Gold & Silver Head Coach......................................Frank Reed Overall Record..................... 792-290 (17 years) Record at UTC....................... 316-203 (8 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 30-24 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID....................................... Nate Blythe SID Email.......................... Nate-Blythe@utc.edu SID Phone .................................... 423-425-2116 SID Fax......................................... 423-425-4610 www.gomocs.com

Winthrop Eagles Feb. 21 in Athens Location .......................................Rock Hiill, S.C. Conference .......................................... Big South Enrollment ..................................................6,600 Stadium .................................... Terry Field (500) Colors ...........................................Garnet & Gold Head Coach..................................... Mark Cooke Overall Record................... 651-579-3 (23 years) Record at Winthrop............ 567-532-3 (20 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 26-21 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID.................................... Brett Redden SID Email....................... reddenb@winthrop.edu SID Phone .................... 803-323-2129 ext. 6246 SID Fax......................................... 803-323-2433 www.winthropeagles.com

South Alabama Jaguars Feb. 28 in Athens Location ............................................ Mobile, Ala. Conference ............................................ Sun Belt Enrollment ................................................14,279 Stadium ................................. Jaguar Field (500) Colors .................................... Red, Blue & White Head Coach..................................... Becky Clark Overall Record.................... 241-115-2 (# years) Record at USA........................ 85-82-1 (# years) 2009 Record ........................................... 27-28-1 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID................................. Charlie Nichols SID Email..............charlesnichols@usouthal.edu SID Phone .................................... 251-414-8017 SID Fax......................................... 251-460-7297 www.usajaguars.com

Texas Longhorns May 9-10 in Austin Location ......................................... Austin, Texas Conference ............................................... Big 12 Enrollment ................................................50,006 Stadium ........ Red & Charline McCombs Field (1,254) Colors .............................. Burnt Orange & White Head Coach....................................Connie Clark Overall Record................... 509-245-3 (14 years) Record at Texas................. 509-245-3 (14 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 40-20 2009 Postseason ......................NCAA Regionals Softball SID.................................. Spencer Kitley SID Email....... spencer.kitley@athletics.utexas.edu SID Phone .................................... 512-232-9438 SID Fax......................................... 512-471-6040 www.texassports.com

South Carolina Gamecocks April 24-25 in Athens Location ...................................... Columbia, S.C. Conference ....................... SEC Eastern Division Enrollment ................................................25,077 Stadium ............................. Beckham Field (696) Colors ......................................... Garnet & Black Head Coach................................Joyce Compton Overall Record................ 1,148-542-3 (34 years) Record at USC .................. 940-446-3 (23 years) 2009 Record .............................................. 21-24 2009 Postseason ...........................................N/A Softball SID.................................... Koby Padgett SID Email.................................kpadgett@sc.edu SID Phone .................................... 803-777-8017 SID Fax......................................... 803-777-2967 www.gamecocksonline.com

UCLA Bruins Feb. 12 in Orlando, Fla. Location .................................Los Angeles, Calif. Conference .......................................... Pacific 10 Enrollment ................................................38,500 Stadium .........................Easton Stadium (1,328) Colors .............................................. Blue & Gold Head Coach.......................... Kelly Inouye-Perez Overall Record......................... 133-38 (3 years) Record at UCLA....................... 133-38 (3 years) 2009 Record ...............................................45-11 2009 Postseason ........... NCAA Super Regionals Softball SID................................James Ybiernas SID Email..................jamesy@athletics.ucla.edu SID Phone .................................... 310-206-8123 SID Fax......................................... 310-825-8664 www.uclabruins.com

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Georgia’s Total Number of Regular Season Games vs. Opposing Conferences Conference Atlantic Coast Atlantic Sun Big 12 Big East Big South Big Ten Conference USA Mid-American Pacific-10 Southern Sun Belt Southeastern Total

No. of 2009 Games 5 2 4 1 2 3 1 1 1 5 3 28 56

All-Time Record 33-20 20-0 12-8 12-2 25-2 16-10 17-1 15-2 8-30 64-5 15-2 221-184 458-266


2010 Roster

2010 Georgia Numerical Roster

No. Name Pos B/T Ht. Cl./Exp. Hometown 1 Sara Sikes OF L/L 5-5 Fr./HS Douglasville, Ga. 3 Lacey Pierce OF L/R 5-10 Jr./HS Newnan, Ga. 4 Alison Owen P R/R 5-7 Fr./HS Newnan, Ga. 5 Sarah McCloud P R/R 5-9 Jr./2L Celina, Texas 6 Taylor Schlopy OF R/R 5-2 Jr./2L West Hills, Calif. 7 Laura Trout UT R/R 5-6 Jr./TR Summerville, S.C. 8 Brianna Hesson IF R/L 5-7 Jr./2L Sugar Hill, Ga. 9 Amberlie Saxton UT R/R 5-7 Fr./HS Jefferson, Ga. 10 Ashley Pauly IF L/R 5-8 So./1L Kennesaw, Ga. 11 Brittney Hubbard IF R/R 5-7 So./1L Victorville, Calif. 12 Jennie Auger OF R/R 5-5 Jr./2L Poway, Calif. 13 Alanna Hadley P R/R 5-10 Jr./TR Dacula, Ga. 14 Macie Couey OF L/L 5-7 Fr./HS Milledgeville, Ga. 16 Katie Rietkovich IF R/R 5-7 Fr./HS Guyton, Ga. 18 Ashley Razey C R/R 5-11 So./TR Lawrenceville, Ga. 19 Christine Olney UT L/L 5-6 Fr./HS Rome, Ga. 23 Kristyn Sandberg C/IF R/R 5-8 So./1L Island Park, N.Y. 25 Megan Wiggins OF L/R 5-5 Jr./2L Snellville, Ga. 27 Erin Arevalo P R/R 5-10 So./1L Lathrop, Calif. 33 Katie Murphy P L/L 5-6 Jr./TR Manchester, Iowa 34 Tori Moody C R/R 5-10 So./1L Woodstock, Ga. 35 Alisa Goler IF L/R 5-6 Jr./2L Frankfort, Ill. Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer (Western Illinois, ‘89) Overall Record: 661-232-1 in 13 years; Record at Georgia: 452-168 in nine years Assistant Coaches: Gerry Glasco (Illinois, ‘80) Megan McAllister (Georgia, ‘07) Student Assistant Coach: Kristin Schnake (Georgia, ‘09) Team Managers: Jennifer Elmore, Grady Rikard Strength & Conditioning Coach: Tyler Jorgensen Athletic Trainer: Rachel Zgrabik

No. 27 12 14 35 13 8 11 5 34 33 19 4 10 3 18 16 23 9 6 1 7 25

Alphabetical

Name Erin Arevalo Jennie Auger Macie Couey Alisa Goler Alanna Hadley Brianna Hesson Brittney Hubbard Sarah McCloud Tori Moody Katie Murphy Christine Olney Alison Owen Ashley Pauly Lacey Pierce Ashley Razey Katie Rietkovich Kristyn Sandberg Amberlie Saxton Taylor Schlopy Sara Sikes Laura Trout Megan Wiggins

Pos. P OF OF IF P IF IF P C P UT P IF OF C IF C/IF UT OF OF UT OF

Cl./Exp. So./1L Jr./2L Fr./HS Jr./2L Jr./TR Jr./2L So./1L Jr./2L So./1L Jr./TR Fr./HS Fr./HS So./1L Jr./HS So./TR Fr./HS So./1L Fr./HS Jr./2L Fr./HS Jr./TR Jr./2L

Pronunciation Key

Erin Arevalo ..................................... are-uh-vaul-oh Jennie Auger................................................ O-zhay Macie Couey .................................................. coo-E Alisa Goler................................. ah-lee-SA goal-ER Alanna Hadley ......................................Uh-Lane-na Brianna Hesson .......................................... hess-IN Ashley Razey ............................................... raise-E Katie Rietkovich ...................................Reck-o-vich Taylor Schlopy ........................................schlow-PE

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Back Row (L-R): Brianna Hesson, Ashley Razey, Erin Arevalo, Lacey Pierce, Sarah McCloud, Tori Moody, Kristyn Sandberg, Macie Couey; Middle Row: Jennie Auger, Amberlie Saxton, Ashley Pauly, Alison Owen, Brittney Hubbard, Katie Rietkovich; Alisa Goler; Front Row: Christine Olney, Megan Wiggins, Katie Murphy, Laura Trout, Sara Sikes, Taylor Schlopy. Not pictured: Alanna Hadley.


2010 Roster Breakdown

Juniors (10)

Sophomores (6)

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Jennie Auger, Alisa Goler, Alanna Hadley, Brianna Hesson, Sarah McCloud, Katie Murphy, Lacey Pierce, Taylor Schlopy, Laura Trout, Megan Wiggins

Erin Arevalo, Brittney Hubbard, Tori Moody, Ashley Pauly, Ashley Razey, Kristyn Sandberg

Freshmen (6)

Macie Couey, Christine Olney, Alison Owen, Katie Rietkovich, Amberlie Saxton, Sara Sikes

Bulldogs By Position

Pitchers: Erin Arevalo, Alanna Hadley, Sarah McCloud, Katie Murphy, Alison Owen Catchers: Tori Moody, Ashley Razey, Kristyn Sandberg Infielders: Alisa Goler, Brianna Hesson, Brittney Hubbard, Ashley Pauly, Katie Rietkovich Outfielders: Jennie Auger, Macie Couey, Lacey Pierce, Taylor Schlopy, Sara Sikes, Megan Wiggins Utility Players: Christine Olney, Amberlie Saxton, Laura Trout

Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 4

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Ashley Pauly Katie Rietkovich Brittney Hubbard Kristyn Sandberg Alison Owen Taylor Schlopy Macie Couey Jennie Auger

Bulldog Majors

Erin Arevalo ................Exercise & Sport Science Jennie Auger........................................... Biology Macie Couey........................... Health Promotion Alisa Goler ............Recreation & Leisure Studies Alanna Hadley ................................. Social Work Brianna Hesson ...................................Sociology Brittney Hubbard................... Pre-Journalism/PR Sarah McCloud ....................... Health Promotion Tori Moody .....................................Pre-Business Katie Murphy .................................Pre-Business Christine Olney ...........Exercise & Sport Science Alison Owen .........................Sport Management Ashley Pauly ........................... Health Promotion Lacey Pierce ............................. Broadcast News Ashley Razey............Early Childhood Education Katie Rietkovich ....................Sport Management Kristyn Sandberg ... Health & Physical Education Amberlie Saxton ................................. Education Taylor Schlopy .......Child & Family Development Sara Sikes ........................Environmental Health Laura Trout ...............Pre-Journalism/Magazines Megan Wiggins ....................................Sociology

Bulldog Birthdays

March 10 March 13 May 8 May 18 June 15 Aug. 5 Aug. 14 Sept. 13

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Alisa Goler Tori Moody Megan Wiggins Lacey Pierce Laura Trout Sara Sikes Ashley Razey Brianna Hesson

Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 30 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 27

Sarah McCloud Alanna Hadley Christine Olney Erin Arevalo Katie Murphy Amberlie Saxton

Bulldogs By State

Georgia (13): Macie Couey, Alanna Hadley, Brianna Hesson, Tori Moody, Christine Olney, Alison Owen, Ashley Pauly, Lacey Pierce, Ashley Razey, Katie Rietkovich, Amberlie Saxton, Sara Sikes, Megan Wiggins California (4): Erin Arevalo, Jennie Auger, Brittney Hubbard, Taylor Schlopy Illinois (1): Alisa Goler Iowa (1): Katie Murphy New York (1): Kristyn Sandberg South Carolina (1): Laura Trout Texas (1): Sarah McCloud


2010 Season Outlook Lu Harris-Champer and the Bulldogs aim for winning the SEC Championship and returning to the Women’s College World Series The Georgia softball program enters its 10th season under the direction of head coach Lu Harris-Champer in 2010. In nine seasons under Harris-Champer, the ninth-winningest active head coach in NCAA Division I softball, the Bulldogs have earned two Southeastern Conference Championships and have made eight-consecutive NCAA postseason appearances. In 2010, Harris-Champer and the Bulldogs will aim to bring home another SEC Championship to Athens and to make a return to Oklahoma City for the Women’s College World Series following the program’s firstever appearance at the WCWS last year.

The Schedule

The Bulldogs will play a 56-game regular season schedule in 2010 that includes 33 contests at home in the UGA Softball Stadium. The schedule features four regular-season tournaments and a 28-game Southeastern Conference slate. A total of 30 games will come against teams that advanced into the 2009 NCAA postseason tournament, and 16 contests will be against teams ranked in the final top-25 poll of 2009. The Dogs will open the campaign at Dot Richardson’s National Collegiate Softball Invitational in Clermont, Fla., on Feb. 12-14. Georgia then plays its next 21-games in the friendly confines of the UGA Softball Stadium including three tournaments the Third-Annual Red & Black Showcase, Feb. 19-21, the Seventh-Annual Georgia Softball

Classic, Feb. 26-28, and the Bulldog Invitational, March 5-7. Georgia starts SEC action against two of the other 2009 WCWS final four teams by playing host to Florida for a double header, March 10, and to Alabama for a three-game series, March 13-14. The 21-game home stand concludes against Furman March 17. The Bulldogs leave Athens for the first time in over a month with a three-game series in Knoxville versus Tennessee March 20-21. Additional SEC home series for the Dogs will come against Arkansas (April 2-3), Auburn (April 17-18) and South Carolina (April 2425), while additional SEC road series will be at Kentucky (March 27-28), at Ole Miss (April 10-11), at Mississippi State (April 13) and at LSU (April 29-30). The remainder of the non-conference slate features home midweek contests versus Florida State (March 24), Georgia Southern (April 5) and Georgia Tech (April 21). Additionally, the Dogs and Yellow Jackets play in Atlanta, April 7. Georgia concludes the 2010 regular season with a two-game series at Texas, May 9-10. Postseason dates include the SEC Tournament in Fayetteville, Ark., May 13-15, NCAA Regionals on campus sites, May 21-23, NCAA Super Regionals on campus sites, May 28-30, and the 2010 WCWS at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, June 3-9.

The Pitchers & Catchers

From the circle, Georgia returns junior Sarah McCloud and sophomore Erin Arevalo while Christie Hamilton departs after completing her senior campaign in 2009 by leading the pitching staff with 211.1 innings pitched, a 26-9 record and a 1.95 earned run average. McCloud shouldered the second-most innings for the Dogs in 2009 with 131.0 innings while compiling a 17-2 record and 2.89 ERA. Arevalo’s time in the circle in her freshman season was limited behind Hamilton and McCloud, but she burst onto the scene with four shutout relief innings for a win over eventual national champion Washington at the WCWS. Arevalo finished the ‘09 season with 17.2 innings pitched and a 2-1 record. Joining the staff this year will be junior transfers Alanna Hadley and Katie Murphy along with freshman Alison Owen. Hadley played the last two seasons at Gulf Coast Community College in Panama City, Fla., where she compiled a two-year record of 37-15 with 332 strikeouts and just 96 walks. Murphy, an NJCAA Third-Team All-American, played the last two seasons at Daytona State in Daytona Beach, Fla., where she compiled a 34-20 record with 479 strikeouts and only 73 strikeouts. Owen is a four-year letterwinner from East Coweta High School, where she helped her led her team to four-consecutive Georgia Class AAAAA Elite Eight appearances, three region titles and a state runner-up finish in 2008. As a senior, Owen earned her team’s Pitcher of the Year Award after going

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The Georgia softball program enters its 14th season in 2010 having made eight-consecutive NCAA postseason appearances. The Bulldogs enter this season with excitement aplenty following the program’s first Women’s College World Series appearance last year. Nevertheless, the Dogs will need to focus the heightened enthusiasm towards this year as they face a challenging schedule once again. Youth will remain a theme for Georgia in 2010 as well. The 2009 squad was the youngest in the nation with 90-percent underclassmen, and this year’s team does not feature any seniors. Experience and leadership, however, will not be lacking as the Dogs return 12 players including seven starters highlighted by 2009 First-Team All-Americans Alisa Goler and Taylor Schlopy.


2010 Georgia Bulldogs

2010 Season Outlook 12-6-1 with a 0.65 ERA. Completing the battery from behind the plate will be sophomores Kristyn Sandberg, Tori Moody and Ashley Razey. Sandberg logged the most innings for the Dogs at catcher in 2009 with 56 starts at the position while batting .297 with nine home runs and 26 runs-batted in to earn SEC All-Freshman Team honors. Moody also saw action behind the plate in 2009 while also seeing significant time as the designated player. Moody batted .225 with five home runs and 22 RBI. Razey joins the Dogs as a transfer from Southern Miss where she appeared in 54 games in 2009 making 51 starts and batted .301 with six home runs and 28 RBI.

Hubbard or freshman Katie Rietkovich. Hubbard appeared in 46 games last year scoring 16 runs and driving in another eight. Rietkovich is a four-year letterwinner from South Effingham High School, where she was a twotime All-State selection, set seven single-season record and five career records. As a senior, Rietkovich hit .467 with 16 doubles, 28 RBI and 20 stolen bases. Utility players Christine Olney, Laura Trout and Amberlie Saxton could also factor into playing time in the infield.

The Infielders

The Outfielders

Around the diamond, Georgia returns three of its four starters in junior All-American Alisa Goler, junior Brianna Hesson and sophomore Ashley Pauly while Kristin Schnake does not return following a 2009 senior season in which she batted .321 with five home runs, 52 runs and 30 RBI. Goler is a career .367 hitter who set several school records in 2009 including home runs (24) and RBI (83) en route to being a Top 10 Finalist for the 2009 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year. Hesson’s twoyear career batting average stands at .298 and last year she earned All-SEC Second Team honors after providing the Dogs with 10 home runs and 43 RBI . Pauly returns for her sophomore season after opening her collegiate career in 2009 by hitting at a .252 clip with 20 runs and 20 RBI while also providing a team-best 13 sacrifice hits. In completing the infield for this season, Georgia could look sophomore Brittney

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In the outfield, Georgia returns two starters who patrolled the grass over the last two seasons in junior All-American Taylor Schlopy and junior Megan Wiggins. Schlopy’s career batting average stands at .354, and last season, she hit 15 home runs, had 47 RBI and led the team with 71 runs, 38 walks and 21 stolen bases. Wiggins is a career .334 hitter who appeared in 39 games last season missing part of the year due to broken hand. Despite missing some time, Wiggins, who was a first-team All-SEC selection as a freshman, still hit 10 home runs and provided 41 RBI in her sophomore campaign. Also returning in the outfield for the Dogs is junior Jennie Auger, who has appeared in 75 games in her first two collegiate seasons providing UGA with 20 runs scored and 15 RBI. Joining the Bulldogs in the outfield this year will be junior Lacey Pierce and freshmen

Macie Couey and Sara Sikes. Pierce returns to softball after graduating in 2007 from East Coweta High School, where she played all four years. Couey joins the Dogs from John Milledge Academy, who she helped to Class 3A State Championships in 2005 and 2008. A three-time All-State selection, Couey earned team awards for Best Defensive and Golden Arm as a senior. Sikes comes to UGA from Chapel Hill High School, where she was selected among the Top 10 in Georgia for the 2008 Wendy’s Heisman Award. As a senior, Sikes was named the Douglas County Sentinel Player of the Year after batting .457 with 30 doubles, 30 RBI and 16 stolen bases.

The Utility Players

Three additional newcomers, junior Laura Trout and freshman Christine Olney and Amberlie Saxton, will serve as utility players for the Dogs in 2010. Trout played the last two seasons at Spartanburg Methodist College in South Carolina helping the Pioneers to NJCAA Division I Region X Championships in both seasons. She is a two-time NJCAA All-American who in two seasons with the Pioneers .486 with 71 RBI and 71 runs. Olney is a four-year letterwinner from Calhoun High School, where she was a three-time All-State First Team selection. She earned the CHS offensive award each season. Saxton is a four-year letterwinner from Mill Creek High School, where she helped the Lady Hawks to a Georgia Class AAAAA State Championship in 2008, third-place state finishes in 2006 and 2007 and Region 7AAAAA Championships from 2005-07. A two-time All-State selection, Saxton was named the Lady Hawks’ Offensive Player of the Year all-four years and was a two-time selection to the Gwinnett Daily Post Super Six.


Q&A With Coach Lu Harris-Champer Coach Lu Harris-Champer is entering her 10th season at the helm of the Georgia program, having compiled an incredible 452-168 record. Question: Georgia is coming off of its first-ever Women’s College World Series appearance in 2009, what were the keys to last year’s success? Answer: I think it was team unity and chemistry. As their bracelets say “Band Together and Fight.” It was seeing the good in things, seeing positive in what you want. Q: How does this year’s squad build upon those keys to continue the success? A: I think we definitely want to continue to build in our strengths and our determination to be strong in our will.

A: I don’t think it matters. I think every year we put the best team out there that we can. I think when you start worrying about last year, you put pressure on yourself. Last year has absolutely nothing to do with today. Today is about today and the work you’ve put in to be successful today.

A: Everyday we strive to get one percent better in what we do, and that’s because we are just focusing on that one thing at that one time. It’s a quote that has been passed on through the years. It’s not a team slogan, it’s just something we believe. Q: This year’s coaching staff features Gerry Glasco in his second season, former player Megan McAllister returning in an assistant coaching position and Kristin Schnake as a student assistant coach. What does this year’s staff bring to the Bulldogs? A: I’m thrilled to get to work all three of them. Gerry has so much energy. He’s fun to be around and he’s very competitive and inspiring. He just loves the game and players, and it’s fun to work with someone who is that into it. He’s a people person. Megan is the very same way. She’s stepped in and just rolled with it. She knows what we do because she played in the system. She understands why we are doing things the way we do, and with her experience on the field that’s tremendous. We are thrilled to have Kristin back with us too. She’s phenomenal and will help us in several aspects. Q: The Southeastern Conference qualified a record nine teams for the 2009 NCAA Tournament including four national seeds and three teams that advanced to the Women’s College World Series. What are the advantages and challenges of competing in such a strong conference.

A: It’s great to compete in the SEC. It’s one of the premier conferences in the country. It’s a fantastic conference top to bottom. The commitment that the SEC makes to its teams is outstanding. The teams in the league are strong and that’s the best part about it. You want to play strong competition every weekend so that you are prepared when it comes to the postseason.

Georgia’s Coaches Pledge

These student-athletes are entrusted to my care. I will train them to the best of my ability. I will develop them into smartly disciplined, physically fit, highly-trained athletes thoroughly indoctrinated in love for the University of Georgia Bulldogs who represent the University of Georgia and the athletic program in the highest possible manner. I will encourage our athletes and insist that they perform to the best of their ability in the classroom as well as in the arena of competitive athletics. I will require of them, and demonstrate by my own example, the highest standards of integrity, personal conduct, morality, sportsmanship and professional skill.

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Q: Last year’s team was the youngest in the nation with 90-percent underclassmen. This year’s team doesn’t include any seniors but does return several experienced players with eight returning starters. Does having a young team or not having any seniors factor into how well a team does?

Q: The Bulldogs have taken to the often heard phrase of “improve one percent everyday,” can you talk about the meaning of that within the Georgia program?


Head Coach Lu Harris-Champer

2010 Georgia Bulldogs

Overall Record: 661-232-1 (.740) in 13 seasons Record at Georgia: 452-168 (.729) in 9 seasons Head coach Lu Harris-Champer and the Georgia Bulldogs enter the Winningest Active Coaches 2010 season looking to make the Coach ......................................................................... Pct. (W-L-T) program’s ninth-consecutive NCAA 1. Mike Candera, Arizona (21 years) .....................832 (1,131-228) tournament appearance. Harris2. &Stefni Lotief, La.-Layfayette (9 years) .................804 (452-110) Champer, in her 10th season at 3. &Micheal Lotief, La.-Layfayette (7 years) ...............807 (351-87) the helm of the Georgia program, 4. Patrick Murphy, Alabama (12 years) .....................764 (607-188) has transformed the Bulldogs into 5. Yvette Girouard, LSU (29 years) ..................... .756 (1,200-38-1) a national contender year-in and year-out. 6. Patty Gasso, Oklahoma (15 years) .................. .753 (727-238-2) Prior to Harris-Champer’s ar7. Ralph Weekly, Tennessee (22 years) ............... .743 (917-316-2) rival in Athens, the Georgia softball 8. Tim Walton, Florida (7 years) ................................743 (349-121) program produced just a 115-123 9. Lu Harris-Champer (13 years) ....................... .740 (661-232-1) record with no Southeastern Con10. Margie Wright, Fresno State (30 years) ...... .737 (1,345-479-3) ference championships or NCAA appearances. Under the direction of Harris& = Co-head coaches 2003-Pres.; @ = Co-head coaches 1997-98; 2001-Pres. Champer, the Bulldog softball team has compiled a 452-168 overall record with eight-straight NCAA tournament appearances and two SEC championships, establishing Georgia as one of the elite programs in the country. In 2009, Harris-Champer’s Bulldogs were tabbed the Easton Sports, Inc., Team of the Year after going 47-12 and advancing to their first-ever Women’s College World Series appearance, where they went 3-2 and were one of the final four teams standings. The Bulldogs were the nation’s youngest team in 2009 with 90-percent underclassman but still finished the year with NCAA statistics rankings of first in fielding percentage (.981), second in slugging percentage (.574), fourth in home runs per game (1.44), sixth in scoring (6.32 runs per game) and 10th in batting average (.319). In SEC play, the Bulldogs went 18-7 to finish second in the Eastern Division and third overall, and they set a new league record for team slugging percentage and would have set a new home run record with 85 long balls had it not been for Florida’s 86 home runs in 2009. Georgia also tied for the league lead in triples with 17 and its national-leading fielding percentage was the third-best in SEC history. Additionally, several team records were broken in 2009 as the Bulldogs established new single-season records for home runs, slugging percentage, on-base percentage and fielding percentage, and they tied the school record for sacrifice flies (23). In both the USA Today/National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) final poll and the ESPN.com/USA Softball final poll, the Bulldogs ranked fourth behind national champion Washington, national runner-up Florida and Alabama. The ranking of fourth is the highest-ever for Georgia passing the program’s previous best of fifth during middle of the 2004 season. Under Harris-Champer’s guidance, sophomores Alisa Goler and Taylor Schlopy were named first-team All-Americans. Goler was also a USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year top 10 finalist, and Schlopy was chosen to the USA Softball Japan Cup Team and helped the Americans win Gold. In 2008, the Georgia softball program finished with an overall record of 46-24, an SEC mark of 14-14 (3rd Eastern Division) and advanced to just its second-ever NCAA Super Regional to exceed expectations and display a promising future. With an 18-player roster consisting of fifty percent freshmen and 12 underclassmen, the prospect of what to expect from the onset of the season was uncertain. Regardless of what anyone’s outlook was for youthful squad, it’s clear that the Bulldogs went well beyond those expectations as they recorded Georgia’s seventh-straight season with 46 wins and earned the program’s seventh-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. The Bulldogs finished ranked No. 17 by USA Today/ NFCA and No. 18 by ESPN.com/USA Softball. Harris-Champer recorded and surpassed 600 collegiate career coaching victories in 2008 as well as achieving and surpassing 400 wins at Georgia in her eight seasons with the team. The Bulldogs concluded their 2007 campaign with an appearance in the championship game of the NCAA Lincoln Regional. Georgia’s 2007 season got off to a relatively fast start after compiling a 22-8 record before SEC play began. The Bulldogs then went on to post a 46-28 overall record and a 13-15 mark in conference action. Georgia won seven of its last eight SEC games propelling the team to a school-record sixth-consecutive postseason appearance. Kellie Middleton became a two-time All-American after earning Second Team honors from Easton, which marked the sixthconsecutive year in which a Bulldog earned All-America honors. Harris-Champer and the Bulldogs captured their third Southeastern Conference Eastern Division title en route to posting its fifth consecutive season of 54 or more wins in 2006. Overall, UGA tallied a 54-15 overall record and earned a berth in the NCAA Regionals. Harris-Champer secured her Harris-Champer’s File 500th career win on April 2 with a victory over Education: Bachelor of Science Ole Miss. Offensively, the Bulldogs concluded degree (1989) and Master’s in Sports the season with the seventh-highest team batting Administration from Western Illinois average (.318) in the nation. Georgia also set a school record after three student-athletes (Kellie Head Coaching Experience: Middleton, Jessica Doucette and Megan McAllister) earned All-America distinctions in 2006. Nicholls State (1996-97) The 2005 season proved to be a record-setting WPSL’s Orlando Wahoos (1997) campaign for the Bulldogs as they earned their Southern Miss (1999-00) second conference championship in three years Georgia (2001- Present) while appearing in the championship game of an NCAA Super Regional. Under the direction of Assistant Coaching Experience: Harris-Champer, Georgia posted a 26-4 record in Western Illinois (1991-95) Southeastern Conference play, tying the secondbest mark in conference history. Michelle Green

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Head Coach Lu Harris-Champer and Kim Wendland were named Louisville Slugger/NFCA and Easton All-Americans at the conclusion of the 2005 season. Harris-Champer tallied her second SEC Coach of the Year honor as well. The Bulldogs concluded the 2004 season with an appearance in the cham1996 Nicholls State 46-19-1 pionship game of a NCAA Regional. Georgia earned series wins over LSU, TenNCAA Regional Finalist nessee, Florida and Mississippi State in conference play and earned a berth in the championship game of the SEC Tournament. The Bulldogs finished the season in 1997 Nicholls State 48-23 the top-20 in several national statistics, including a third-place finish in team batting NCAA Regionals average (.329), six-place ranking in fielding percentage (.974) and a seventh-place finish in runs per game (5.72). 1997 WPSL Orlando Wahoos 60-13 In 2003, the Bulldogs captured the school’s first series wins over the LSU Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide and capped off the SEC regular season with League Champs a 12-4 win over Alabama, clinching the program’s first SEC crown. Georgia also earned its second consecutive berth in the NCAA Regionals, capturing two wins at 1999 Southern Miss 52-9 the tournament. At the conclusion of the 2003 season the Bulldogs led the SEC in 18 NCAA College World Series categories and were second in five more. Georgia tied two NCAA records, four SEC records and established 35 new Georgia records. 2000 Southern Miss 63-13 Harris-Champer took Georgia to its first-ever berth in the NCAA Softball NCAA College World Series Tournament in 2002. The 59 wins ranked as the second-best in the nation in 2002. Harris and the Bulldogs started their season with a 24-game winning streak. By the end of the regular season, Georgia had finished second in both the Southeastern 2001 Georgia 33-26 Conference Eastern Division and the Conference Tournament. Nicole Barber and Won 12 of last 14 games Kim Wendland became Georgia’s first two All-Americans in softball and were also named First Team All-SEC. Barber became the NCAA record holder for consecutive 2002 Georgia 59-17 steals with 73. Most wins in school history In 2001, Harris-Champer brought a run-and-gun style of play to Athens and Georgia’s 1st NCAA Tournament Berth helped Georgia to a 33-win season while setting several team records along the way. Harris-Champer made her first season count against Georgia’s biggest rivals, sweeping Georgia Tech and Florida, and taking two of three from Tennessee. 2003 Georgia 57-14 Harris-Champer came to Athens after leading Southern Mississippi to backGeorgia’s 1st SEC Championship to-back appearances in the Women’s College World Series in 1999 and 2000. NCAA Tournament Berth The success Harris-Champer enjoyed in Hattiesburg and in her seven seasons as head coach of the Bulldogs continues her excellent record as a player, 2004 Georgia 55-17 collegiate coach and professional coach. Harris-Champer was named head coach NCAA Regional Host & Runner-Up at Southern Miss in January 1998, and made history the following spring. The Lady Eagles, in their first season of competition after a seven-year layoff, compiled a 52-9 record and finished the season ranked No. 8 in the nation and reached the College 2005 Georgia 55-15 World Series. Claimed Program’s 2nd SEC Title Harris-Champer was named 1999 South Region Coach of the Year at the NCAA Super Regional Runner-Up conclusion of the successful World Series run. Southern Miss completed the 2000 season with a 63-13 record and number four national ranking, winning the Con2006 Georgia 54-15 ference USA regular-season and tournament titles, the NCAA Regional title, and SEC Eastern Division Champions advancing to the Women’s College World Series semifinals. In addition, USM pitcher NCAA Regional Runner-Up Courtney Blades won the 2000 Honda Broderick Award as the nation’s top player. In 1997, Harris-Champer served as head coach of the Orlando Wahoos of the Women’s Pro Fastpitch League. She led Orlando to a 60-13 record and earned 2007 Georgia 46-28 Coach of the Year honors after guiding her team to regular-season and tournament NCAA Regional Runner-Up titles. Harris-Champer was head coach at Nicholls State in 1996 and 1997, lead2008 Georgia 46-24 ing the school to impressive records of 46-19 and 48-23, respectively, and a pair NCAA Super Regional Runner-Up of NCAA Regional berths. Upon being named head coach at Nicholls in August of 1995, Harris-Champer inherited a team with only seven players on 2009 Georgia 47-12 its roster. With a team comprised NCAA Women’s College World Series Final Four primarily of inexperienced players and walk-ons, she led Nicholls to the Southland Conference regular-season and tournament championships as well as the finals of the NCAA Regional. Harris was tabbed 1996 Southland Conference and South Region Coach of the Year and finished third in National Coach of the Year balloting. Prior to her stint at Nicholls, Harris-Champer spent five years as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Western Illinois. During that span, the Westerwinds were 156-98, won the 1992 Gateway Conference tournament, the 1993 Mid-Continent Conference regular season and tournament crowns and the 1996 Mid-Continent Conference West Division title. A native of San Diego, Calif., Harris-Champer played three seasons at Western Illinois after transferring from Mesa (Calif.) Community College. She is married to assistant Bulldog swim coach Jerry Champer. Lu and Jerry have three children: Twins Jenna & Emma, 5, born Aug. 2, 2004; and Mya, 3, born May 23, 2006. The Champer Family: Emma, Jerry, Jenna, Lu and Mya

Harris-Champer Year-by-Year

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Assistant Coaches / Student-Assistant Coach

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Gerry Glasco Recruiting Coordinator / Assistant Coach - 2nd Season Gerry Glasco enters his second season as recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at the University of Georgia in 2010. In his first year at UGA in 2009, Glasco helped the Bulldogs reach their first-ever Women’s College World Series and played a key role in Georgia’s hitting instruction helping the Dogs bat .319 with a school-record 85 home runs. The Bulldogs also finished the year with nation’s second-best slugging percentage, a school-record .574 clip, and they were sixth in scoring at 6.32 runs per game. A native of Crab Orchard, Ill., Glasco joined the Bulldog program in the summer of 2008 from Johnston City High School where he worked as an assistant coach. From 1999-2004 and from 2007-08, Glasco worked in the assistant coach role with Johnson City High School. During the 2007 and 2008 seasons the Indians posted 32-3 marks each spring. Glasco also served as coach of the junior high school program that finished 29-0 while winning the state championship in 2007 and 25-4 with a third place finish at the state level in 2006. Glasco was the founder of the Illinois Southern Force Softball organization, and he served as head coach of the Southern Force Gold from 200108 finishing in the top-20 four times at the prestigious ASA Gold Nationals including two finishes in the top-10. He led the Southern Force to the 2004 18U Gold National Championship, which was held in Marietta, Ga. Additionally, the Illinois Southern Force program became nationally recognized by winning the Canada Cup Futures Championship in 2003, and more recently finishing second and fourth at the ASA 16U A Nationals in 2007 and 2008, respectively. Glasco and the Southern Force coaching staff were honored as the “National Travel Team Coaching Staff of the Year” in 2004 by the NFCA (National Fastpitch Coaching Association). Glasco graduated from Crab Orchard High School in 1976 where he lettered in track, baseball and basketball. He went on to attend the University of Illinois, where he graduated with a degree in Agricultural Economics in 1980. Glasco has been married to Vickie Johnson Glasco for 30 years, and they have three daughters, Tara (27), Erin (23) and Geri Ann (15). Tara played collegiate softball at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, and Erin played collegiately at Texas A&M, where she helped lead the Aggies to a runner-up finish for the national championship at the Women’s College World Series in 2008.

Megan McAllister Assistant Coach - 1st Season Megan McAllister enters her first season as an assistant coach for the Georgia program in 2009-10. McAllister rejoins the Bulldogs after spending one season as an assistant coach at Wingate University. She helped guide the Wingate Bulldogs to a 33-16-1 overall record and the 2009 South Atlantic Conference regular season championship with a school-record 13 league wins. Prior to her stint at Wingate, McAllister spent the 2008 season as a volunteer coach at her alma mater, Georgia. During her volunteer year at UGA, she worked primarily with the hitters and defense, and the Bulldogs went 46-24 and advanced to Super Regionals in the NCAA Tournament. McAllister was a four-year letterwinner for Georgia from 2004-07, and in February of 2007, she was drafted by the Philadelphia Force of the National Professional Fast-Pitch League. During her playing career at Georgia, McAllister earned Easton second-team and NFCA third-team All-America honors in 2006 after hitting .350 with 16 doubles, a then school-record 16 home runs and 64 RBI. McAllister was also a first-team NFCA All-Southeast Region selection and a first-team All-SEC honoree for both the 2005 and 2006 seasons. She helped Georgia earn its second SEC Championship in 2005, and in 2004, she was selected to the SEC All-Freshmen Team. McAllister still holds the Georgia record for career home runs with 47, and also has career ranks of first (tied) in sacrifice flies (12), second in doubles (46), second in extra-base hits (93), second in RBI (184), second in walks (119), third in total bases (390), third in hit-by-pitches (39), fifth in hits (203), sixth in slugging percentage (.583), sixth in on-base percentage (.430). A native of Carlsbad, Calif., McAllister earned a Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences degree in Consumer Economics from Georgia in May of 2007.

Kristin Schnake Student Assistant Coach - 1st Season Kristin Schnake enters her first season as a student assistant coach for Georgia in 2010. Schnake moves into the role having completed her collegiate playing career last season by helping lead the Bulldogs to the 2009 Women’s College World Series. This past summer, Schnake played her first professional season of softball as a member of the USSSA Pride. She played in 26 games for the Pride making 23 starts and batting .225 with nine runs scored. During her three-year playing career at Georgia after transferring from Illinois, Schnake posted a .301 batting average with 108 runs and 64 RBI. She closed her career ranked fourth in assists (347), fifth in sacrifice hits (33) and tied 10th in stolen bases (42). In 2009, Schnake became the first Bulldog to earn All-SEC Defensive Team honors by getting the nod at shortstop. A native of Richview, Ill., Schnake completed her undergraduate studies in May of 2009 with a degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics, and she is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in the same field.

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Support Staff / Softball Camp

Jake Carstensen

Jennifer Elmore

Hunter Hinkle

Norma Holliday

Tyler Jorgensen

Grady Rikard

Lynn Smith

Promotions

Equipment Manager

Team Manager

Grounds Foreman

Administrative Assistant

Academic Counselor

Team Manager

Wesley Gordon

Keith Hendrix

Groundskeeper

Event Management

Strength & Conditioning

Grounds Foreman

Daniel Moore

Jeffrey Puryear

Gloria Taylor

Tanner Tedeschi

Rachel Zgrabik

Building Services

Sports Communications

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Lauren Carey

Groundskeeper

Certified Athletic Trainer

SOFTBALL CAMP

The Georgia Softball Camp, conducted on the campus of the University of Georgia, is annually one of the finest camps of its kind in the country. The addition of Georgia’s multi-million dollar stadium has upgraded the facilities to “second to none” status. Directed by head coach Lu Harris-Champer, the sessions are aimed at providing the best coach-player ratio of any softball camp in operation. Assisted by members of the Georgia softball team, the goal of the instructional staff is to assist each camper to improve to her highest level of ability. Harris-Champer and her staff want each camper to leave with the feeling that she has bettered herself and her softball skills by participating in the camp. Harris-Champer and her staff annually conduct two camp sessions. Both sessions are for young women ages 8-18 who have the option of staying overnight or just the day. All camp activities will take place at either the Women’s Athletic Complex located on S. Milledge Ave., the home of Bulldog softball, or on the University’s Intramural Fields. Campers will have access to the main playing stadium, batting cages/bullpen areas in right field and left field territories, locker room, video assessment center and the indoor training facility. Both sessions are expected to reach maximum capacity very quickly! For applications and information write or call: Georgia Bulldog Softball Camp; c/o Coach Lu Harris-Champer; P.O. Box 1472, Athens, GA 30603; (706) 425-3139.

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UGA Athletic Administration

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Dr. Michael F. Adams University President Dr. Michael F. Adams was named the 21st president of the University of Georgia on June 11, 1997. He immediately focused on securing UGA’s future as one of America’s premier public research universities. Widely recognized as a leader in higher education administration, he also has held a number of significant leadership positions in intercollegiate athletics. He is currently the chairman of the NCAA Executive Committee, the highest governance body in the NCAA. It is composed of 13 campus presidents and chancellors who oversee association-wide issues. The committee is charged with ensuring that each division operates consistently with the basic purposes, fundamental policies and general principles of the association. He has been chair of the Southeastern Conference and is a member of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. A college athlete himself – he lettered in track at Lipscomb University – he values athletics as an important part of the college experience for athletes and non-athletes alike. Dr. Adams recently completed a term as chairman of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, formerly known as the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges. He is the only person to have served as chair of the American Council on Education, the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities and APLU. He has been chair of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the accrediting body for higher education in the southern United States, and in 2005 received the James T. Rogers Distinguished Leadership Award, the highest honor given by the agency. A strategic plan, completed in 2001 at his direction, identified three themes for UGA’s growth in the first decade of the 21st century: Building the New Learning Environment, Maximizing Research Opportunities and Competing in a Global Economy. Under Dr. Adams’ leadership, student quality has risen steadily and the University of Georgia has been ranked as one of America’s top 20 public universities for eight of the past 10 years by U.S. News & World Report. External funding for research, public service and instruction totals more than $200 million annually. Private giving to the university is at its highest level ever; UGA completed the Archway to Excellence campaign on June 30, 2008 with more than $630 million, well above the $500 million goal. The total value of construction initiated during his tenure approaches $1 billion, financed through the innovative use of state, federal, internal and private funds, and includes the Student Learning Center; new residence halls and a dining commons on East Campus; the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center; the Paul Coverdell Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences; the Animal Health Research Center; the new Lamar Dodd School of Art and an expansion of Sanford Stadium and the Women’s Athletic Complex. More recent facility additions and improvements include the new Dodd School of Art, the expansion of the Tate Student Center and an addition to the Georgia Museum of Art. Moore College, Candler Hall, Phi Kappa Hall and Myers Hall have been renovated and Old College, the University’s first building, has been renovated as the home of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. He holds a bachelor’s degree in speech and history from David Lipscomb College. He earned a master’s in political communications and a doctorate in political communications, with a cognate emphasis in educational administration, from The Ohio State University. At OSU, he was named a University Fellow, the highest academic recognition given by the graduate school. He holds an academic appointment as a professor of speech communication at UGA. Dr. Adams was born in Montgomery, Alabama and attended public schools in Georgia from first grade through ninth, graduating from high school in Chattanooga in 1966. He began his professional career on the communication faculty at Ohio State, later serving as vice president for university affairs at Pepperdine University. He was president of Centre College in Danville, Kentucky for nine years before coming to Georgia. He also served as chief of staff for Senator Howard Baker and as an aide to Governor Lamar Alexander of Tennessee.

David E. Shipley Faculty Athletics Representative

Executive Associate AD/ Finance & Business

Frank Crumley

Carla Williams

Arthur Johnson

Alan Thomas Associate AD/ External Affairs

Craig White

Associate AD/ Sports & Operations Softball Administrator

Claude Felton

Matt Brachowski

Glada Horvat

Eric Baumgartner

Charles Whittemore

Associate AD/ Internal Affairs

Associate AD/ Sports Communications

Assistant AD/ Event Management

Associate AD/ Student Services SWA

Assistant AD/ Academics/Eligibility

Damon Evans Director Of Athletics UGA letter winner and double degree holder Damon Evans was selected as Director of Athletics in December 2003, and assumed the duties officially on July 1, 2004. At the time he was just 34 years of age, and one of the youngest athletic directors in the country. However, he had already established himself as an up and coming athletic administrator. Evans has received several honors including the Street and Smith’s Sports Business Journal “40 Under 40 Award” for 2004, 2005, and 2007, the UGA Terry College of Business Award as the “Outstanding Young Alumnus”, and Sports Illustrated’s “101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports”. Today, Evans oversees a nationally recognized program with 21 intercollegiate sports teams involving more than 600 student-athletes, an $84 million budget and a 260 person staff. He is a member of several Southeastern Conference and NCAA Committees, Chairman of the NCAA Division I Leadership Council, and is involved in volunteer and community service roles across the state of Georgia. He was born in Nebraska, but spent much of his youth in Gainesville, Georgia where he graduated from Gainesville High School after a stellar career both athletically and academically. During his football career at Georgia (198892), Evans earned a starting assignment four consecutive seasons, played in three bowl games (‘89 Peach, ‘91 Independence, and ‘92 Citrus) and was a member of the ’91 and ’92 teams that won nine and ten games, respectively. He earned two degrees from the University of Georgia, receiving a bachelor’s degree in finance in 1992 and a master’s of education in sports management in 1994. Evans joined the staff at the University of Missouri, serving as Director of Compliance and Operations (1994-95). After holding the positions as a Director and Assistant Commissioner for Eligibility and Compliance Services at the Southeastern Conference (1995-98), he returned to his alma mater. Before his appointment as UGA Director of Athletics, he held titles of Associate and Senior Associate A.D. for Internal Affairs. He is married to the former Kerri Budd of Atlanta and they have two children, Cameron and Kennedy. UGA Athletic Association Highlights During Evans’ Tenure: 2008-09: Two national championships (equestrian and gymnastics); two conference titles; Student-athlete graduation rate of 70%; All 21 sports achieved academic progress rate requirements with football, men’s golf, women’s basketball, and women’s cross country ranked first in the SEC; Licensing royalties rose for the 13th consecutive year; Butts-Mehre expansion project approved.

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Assistant AD/ Compliance

Assistant AD/ Facilities

Dave Muia

Special Assistant to the Athletic Director

2007-08: Three national championships (equestrian, gymnastics and men’s tennis); Five conference titles; Grand opening of the coliseum training facility; Record donations of $29.5 Million to the William C. Hartman, Jr. Fund; Completion of a comprehensive facilities master plan. 2006-07: Two national championships (gymnastic and men’s tennis); Three conference titles; Studentathletes earned the highest departmental GPA ever recorded; Ticket priority program re-named to honor the late William C. Hartman, Jr.; Surpassing the Association’s Capital Campaign Goal of $60 Million. 2005-06: One National Championship (gymnastics); Seven conference titles; Recognition as “Nation’s Most Profitable Intercollegiate Athletics Program;” UGAA Selected the Consortium of Sponsoring Institutions for The Sports Management Institute for professional development; UGAA contributed $2 million to the University’s Capital Campaign for Endowed Professorships and Scholarships. 2004-05: Three national championships (gymnastics, men’s golf, and women’s swimming); Record Fund Raising Total of Over $32 Million; New marketing rights agreement with ISP Sports; Implemented on-line ticket sales and contribution option; Record setting logo licensing revenue.


Meet The Bulldogs

12 Year AVG. GP-GS 2008 .161 51-30 2009 .152 24-11 Totals .159 75-41

AB 93 33 126

Jennie Auger

Junior • Outfielder • R/R • 5-5 Poway, Calif. • Rancho Bernardo HS R 13 7 20

H 15 5 20

2B 2 0 2

3B 1 0 1

Career Statistics

HR 1 1 2

RBI 10 5 15

Career Highs AB: 4 (2x, last 2/15/08 vs. FIU) R: 2 (3x, last 4/15/09 vs. Miss. St.) H: 2 (4/15/09 vs. Miss. St.) RBI: 2 (3/22/08 vs. Albany) 2010: Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

SLG% .237 .242 .238

BB HBP 5 1 5 1 10 2

SO 16 5 21

OB% .208 .275 .227

SF 2 1 3

SH SB-SBA 6 0-0 0 1-1 6 1-1

High School/Club: Three-year starter in outfield for Rancho Bernardo High School...Garnered First-Team All-California Interscholastic Federation honors as a sophomore and senior and Second Team as a junior...Three-year selection to All-Palomar League team and two-year selection to All-County First Team...Recorded slugging percentage of .607 with six home runs, six doubles and 24 RBI as a senior...Hit .408 with three home runs, 10 doubles, 28 RBI and 13 stolen bases as a junior...Member of San Diego Legacy...Four-year honor roll member earning four Silver Star Awards (a semester with a 4.0 or higher GPA). Personal: Born Feb. 4, 1989...Daughter of William and JoAnne Auger...Has a brother, Dan, and a sister, Jamie...Major: Biology.

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2009: Appeared in 24 games batting .152 with five RBI and seven runs scored...SEC Academic Honor Roll...Picked up an RBI on a pinch hit groundout vs. #10 Ohio State in the opening game of the Athens Super Regional...Made first career start at 1B against Georgia Southern and provided a sacrifice fly that tied the game to force extra-innings...Hit .250 with a HR and two RBI in series at Auburn...Recorded her first multiple-hit outing in game one vs. Mississippi State going 2-for-3 with two run scored...Started all three games of Ole Miss series in left field recording a hit and scoring a run...Made first start of the season and first career start in center field against #22 Georgia Tech picking up an RBI on a bases loaded walk...Scored a run as a pinch runner in game tow of the Kentucky series...Scored a run as a pinch runner in game two of the South Carolina series...Scored a run as a pinch runner vs. Tennessee St...Named to Fall 2008 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

TB 22 8 30

2008: Appeared in 51 games making 30 starts and batted .161 with one home runs and 10 RBI with 13 runs scored...SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll...Went 1-for-2 with a run and RBI to help Georgia to NCAA Chapel Hill Regional Championship...Scored run as pinchrunner at Kentucky...Pinch-ran and scored two runs in double header vs. Mercer...Pinch-hit RBI single in at #24 Mississippi State...Recorded what would prove to be the game-winning two-run triple vs. Albany... Broke up an LSU no-hitter in the bottom of the seventh with a single to center...Went 1-for-3 with a home run in Bulldog debut vs. #8 DePaul.

Getting To Know Jennie What’s the best advice you have ever received from a coach? Swing hard just in case you hit it.

Favorite TV show: True Blood. Any pets? A dog named Sophia.

What has been your favorite class that you have taken so far at UGA? Dance Appreciation. What song best represents you? “Happy Girl” by Martina McBride.

Favorite vacation spot: Myrtle Beach, S.C. What would be your dream job? Number one would be a Disney Princess at Disney World, and second would be a personal shopper.

Favorite movie: Wedding Crahsers.

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Meet The Bulldogs

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Alisa Goler

Junior • Infielder • L/R • 5-6 Frankfort, Ill. • Lincoln-Way East HS Year AVG. 2008 .295 2009 .455 Totals .367

GP-GS AB 70-70 200 59-59 165 129-129 365

R H 32 59 47 75 79 134

2B 18 17 35

3B 1 0 1

Career Statistics

HR 2 24 26

RBI 41 83 124

Career Highs AB: 5 (4/27/08 at Kentucky) R: 3 (2/20/09 vs. Ball St.) H: 4 (4/9/08 at Ga. Tech) RBI: 7 (2/20/09 vs. Ball St.) 2010: Named to Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for 2009 summer and fall semesters...Recipient of Beatrice F. Cole & Ronnie M. Cole Softball Scholarship.

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2009: First-Team All-American by Louisville Slugger/NFCA, Easton and ESPN.com...Top 10 Finalist for 2009 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award...All-Southeast Region Team... All-SEC First Team...SEC Academic Honor Roll...Set new UGA single-season records for batting avg. (.455), slugging % (.994), on-base % (.551), HRs (24), extra-base hits (41), RBI (83), total bases (164), walk-to-strikeout ratio (6.00 = 36 BB/6 K) and “toughest to strikeout” (0.036 = 6 K/165 at-bats)...Became just the second player in school history to lead in all of the “triple crown” categories: batting avg., HRs and RBI...In final national rankings, ranked first in slugging %, second in HR, third in HRs per game (0.41), third in RBI per game (1.41), eighth in on-base %, eighth “toughest to strikeout,” and 10th in batting avg...Established new SEC single-season records for slugging % and RBI, and her 24 HRs were the second-most ever in league history...Named to Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team after hitting .333 with a HR, four RBI and five walks...Hit .600 (3-for-5) with two HRs and three BB in NCAA Athens Super Regional...Led team with a .556 avg. (5-for-9) with a HR and two RBI in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...In two-game series at Arkansas, went 4-for-5 with a HR and seven RBI...In series vs. #15 Tennessee, hit .500, slugged 1.625 with three HRs including her single-season UGA record-breaking 17th of the year, which was also her record-breaking 33rd extra-base hit and 66th RBI...Against W. Carolina, hit a three-run HR to tie UGA single-season records for home runs (16), extra-base hits (32) and RBI (65); it also tied the team single-season record for home runs in a season (60)...Batted .571 with a HR, three doubles and six RBI in sweep over Ole Miss...Made firstcareer start at shortstop vs. Furman...Hit .500 with a double and four RBI in series vs. Kentucky...Hit .364 with a HR and five RBI in at S. Carolina...Provided game-winning hit on a two-run HR vs. Kennesaw State...Hit .300 with two runs and RBI in Easton Challenge...Named SEC Player of the Week (2/23) after leading the Georgia Softball Classic with a .636 average (7-for-11), three HRs and 16 RBI including a 3-for-3, two-HR and school record-tying seven RBI game vs. Ball St...Posted a .714 average (10-for-14) with five runs and nine RBI in Red & Black Showcase...Batted .500-4-11 with a slugging % of 1.429 in Cathedral City Kickoff including a 2-for-4, two HR, five-RBI game vs. Cal State Northridge...Named to Fall 2008 Director’s Honor Roll.

TB SLG% 85 .425 164 .994 249 .682

BB HBP 29 1 36 3 65 4

SO 13 6 19

OB% .382 .551 .461

SF 3 3 6

SH SB-SBA 6 2-2 0 3-3 6 5-5

and 32 runs...Batted .429 (3-for-7) with three runs and two RBI in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...Hit .417 with three RBI in series at Kentucky...Went 6-for-7 with two doubles, a HR, two runs and three RBI double header at Georgia Tech including a career-high four hits in game one...Batted .500 in Bulldog Invitational including a then career-high six RBI vs. North Florida...Batted .389 with six extra-base hits including her first-career triple in Georgia Softball Classic...Led team with nine RBI in Red & Black Showcase including four RBI and first-career HR vs. Marshall...Made Bulldog debut vs. #8 DePaul. High School/Club: Four-year starter for Lincoln-Way East High School where she was inducted into the Hall of Fame...Finished high school career ranked fifth in Illinois state history with 49 doubles...As a senior, was named NFCA All-Region First Team and All-American, Frankfort Star Athlete of the Year, Joliet Herald & Frankfort Star Player of the Year; First Team All-State by Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times and Illinois Coaches Association; team captain and named team MVP and MVP of Mizuno Super 60 Tournament...As a junior, named All-Conference, All-Area by Daily Southtown and Joliet Herald, All-State honorable mention and played in Chicago Bandits All-Star game...Named All-Area by Daily Southtown and Joliet Herald as a sophomore...Member of Southern Force travel team...Also lettered in basketball as a freshman and sophomore...Illinois State Scholar, Presidential Scholar, National Honors Society member, Spanish Honors Society member, Mu Alpha Theta (math) member and named to honor roll all four years. Personal: Born March 10, 1989...Daughter of Joel and Pat Goler...Has a brother, Brendan...Cousin, Tim McGarigle, set NCAA FBS record for career-tackles with 545 as MLB at Northwestern and played professionally for the St. Louis Rams (2006-07) and Florida Tuskers (2009)... Member of Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society, UGA chapter... Major: Recreation & Leisure Studies.

2008: All-Southeast Region Second Team...SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll...Started all 70 games (58-3B, 11-1B, 1-DP) batting .295 with two home runs and a team-high 18 doubles to produce 41 RBI

Getting To Know Alisa Who has had the most influence on your athletic career? My dad because he always pushed me to be the best and was never too busy to practice extra with me.

What song best represents you? “Superwoman” by Alicia Keys. What celebrity would you most like to interview? Tina Fey.

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Why do you wear number 35? I wear it because of Frank Thomas.

Favorite food: Anything my parents cook.

Favorite pro sports team: Chicago White Sox.

Favorite vacation spot: Hilton Head, S.C.

Favorite singer? Carrie Underwood.

Favorite quote: “Never let anyone tell you it can’t be done.”


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8 Year AVG. 2008 .237 2009 .348 Totals .298

GP-GS AB 59-55 135 59-58 164 118-113 299

Brianna Hesson

Junior • Infielder • R/L • 5-7 Sugar Hill, Ga. • North Gwinnett HS R 15 33 48

H 32 57 89

2B 7 17 24

3B 1 1 2

Career Statistics

HR 0 10 10

RBI 16 43 59

TB SLG% 41 .304 106 .646 147 .492

BB HBP 15 0 24 3 39 3

SO 23 29 52

OB% .311 .433 .380

SF 1 3 4

SH SB-SBA 7 0-0 1 2-3 8 2-3

Career Highs AB: 5 (4/19/09 at Auburn) R: 2 (8x, last 4/18/09 at Auburn) H: 3 (4x, last 4/18/09 at Auburn) RBI: 3 (3x, last 4/10/09 vs. Ole Miss)

High School/Club: A three-time All-State selection for North Gwinnett High School...Four-year starter who hit .340 as a junior in 2006... Member of Daniel Caldwell’s Georgia Elite Gold...Also lettered in basketball as a freshman and sophomore...Member of Key Club and Future Business Leaders of America.

2010: Named to Dean’s List and Athletic Director’s Honor Rool for fall 2009 semester.

Personal: Born Sept. 13, 1988...Daughter of Raymond and Pam Cook...Has a brother, Sean, and a sister, Shana...Major: Sociology.

2010 Georgia Bulldogs

2009: All-SEC Second Team...Appeared in 59 games making 58 starts and batted .348 with 10 home runs, 17 doubles, 43 RBI and 33 runs scored...At Women’s College World Series, batted .250 with a HR, four RBI and three runs scored...Hit .571 (4-for-7) with three RBI including the game-winning RBI in game-two of the NCAA Athens Super Regional...Batted .333 with a HR and two RBI in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional... Hit .308 with a HR and three runs scored in series sweep of Auburn... Went 4-for-7 with two runs scored in double header against Miss. St... Drove in five runs while batting .375 in sweep over Ole Miss...Went 1-for-2 with a RBI double in win over #22 Ga. Tech...Hit .800 (4-for-5) with a double and two HRs in series at #4 Alabama...Went 4-for-9 with a run and two RBI in series against Kentucky...Batted .417 (5-for-12) with two doubles, two runs and two RBI in Easton Challenge...Hit .286 with four runs and six RBI in Georgia Softball Classic...Led all hitters in Red & Black Showcase with a .727 average (8-for-11) and tallied four runs scored and seven RBI...Batted .333 and scored four runs in Cathedral City Kickoff with two HRs including the first of her career vs. #20 Long Beach St...arned Certificate of Academic Excellence at UGA Academic Round Table. 2008: Appeared in 59 games making 55 starts, all at 1B, batting .237 with 15 runs scored and 16 RBI...Posted a team-best .667 average with a run scored and two RBI in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...Batted .400 in series at #24 Miss. St... Went 2-for-3 with RBI double against #3 Florida...Pinch-hit, two-run single vs. Arkansas...Recorded two-run double to help Georgia to a 6-0 game one win over Furman..Batted .462 (6-for-13) with three walks in Georgia Softball Classic...Made Bulldog debut vs. #8 DePaul.

Getting To Know Brianna If you could play any other sport in college, what would it be? Rugby.

What actress would you pick to play you in a movie? Michelle Rodriguez.

Favorite pro sports team: Lakers.

What is your most prized possession? My glove signed by Javy Lopez.

What song best represents you? “Diva” by Beyonce. Favorite movie: G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.

What is the one place that you haven’t traveled to that you would most like to visit? Italy.

Favorite food: Lasagna.

What would be your dream job? FBI agent.

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Sarah McCloud Junior • Pitcher • R/R • 5-9 Celina, Texas • Celina HS Year 2008 2009 Totals

ERA 2.16 2.89 2.50

W-L APP-GS CG 14-7 37-30 11 17-2 32-27 10 31-9 69-57 21

Career Statistics

SHO SV IP H R-ER BB 2/5 2 149.1 107 55-46 78 6/3 1 131.0 105 54-54 81 8/8 3 280.1 212 109-100 159

2B 11 11 22

3B 2 2 4

HR 5 11 16

BF B/Avg. WP 640 .197 1 570 .225 1 1,210 .210 2

HBP 4 6 10

seven strikeouts vs. East Carolina...Hurled complete-game, one-hitter with six strikeouts for win over Providence...In her first collegiate appearance, started and earned win by tossing a complete-game vs. #8 DePaul.

Career Highs IP: 8.0 (3/12/08 vs. E. Carolina) H: 10 (3/14/09 vs. #20 LSU) R: 9 (4/4/09 at #4 Alabama) ER: 9 (4/4/09 at #4 Alabama) K: 9 (3/15/08 vs. S. Carolina) BB: 6 (3x, last 4/4/09 at #4 Alabama) 2010: Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll...Recipient of Vickie and Leon Farmer Scholarship. 2009: SEC Academic Honor Roll...Appeared in 32 games making 27 starts and went 17-2 with a 2.89 ERA...Earned win in game one of the NCAA Athens Super Regional vs. #10 Ohio St. after working 6.2 innings of relief...Helped Georgia win NCAA Chapel Hill Regional by going 1-0 with a 1.27 ERA in 11.0 innings...Combined with Christie Hamilton to no hit Arkansas by pitching 1.2 innings...Earned win in game two vs. #15 Tennessee with 5.1 innings of work allowing two runs on six hits while striking out three...Pitched three perfect innings to earn win over W. Carolina...In two appearances at Auburn, went 1-0 with a save in 10 innings...Tossed five-inning complete game shutout vs. Miss. St...Recorded win with a five-inning complete game vs. Ole Miss...Tossed a complete-game allowing one run on four hits while striking out two for the win in the opening game of the Kentucky series...Worked a complete-game allowing one run on three hits in game one of series at S. Carolina...Earned win vs. #20 LSU by working 6.2 innings and striking out four...Named to Easton Challenge All-Tournament Team after pitching a pair of complete-game shutouts vs. #24 Baylor and #1 Washington...Notched two victories in Georgia Softball Classic...Worked a five-inning, one-hit complete game shutout vs. Longwood...Made three appearances, two starts, going 2-1 with a 2.71 ERA in Cathedral City Kickoff...Named to Fall 2008 Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List.

General Information

SO 89 58 147

High School/Club: Three-time team MVP for Celina High School... Earned District MVP and DFW All-Area Pitcher honors in both junior and senior seasons...Named EA Sports Second-Team All-American and Texoma Land Player of the Year as a senior...First-Team All-State selection as a junior after posting a 23-4 record with a 0.26 ERA and 358 strikeouts...Member of the Beta Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Business Professionals of America and Who’s Who Among American High School Students. Personal: Born Oct. 6, 1988...Daughter of Phillip and Terry McCloud... Major: Health Promotion.

2008: Compiled a 14-7 record and 2.16 ERA in 37 appearances with 20 starts with a team-high 149.1 innings pitched...Worked 5.2 innings allowing one run in two appearances at NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional...Started one game but took a no decision after pitching three innings at NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...In SEC games, finished ranked fifth in the league in opponent batting average (.200), seventh in ERA (2.26), tied ninth in wins (6) and tied second in saves (2)...Earned save at Kentucky with 2.2 innings of work allowing just one hit...Combined with Kate Gaskill to pitch perfect game in game two vs. Mercer by tossing the first four innings for the win...Recorded first-career save at #24 Miss. St. with two hitless innings of work...Named SEC Freshman of the Week March 31 pitching three complete games for three wins vs. Arkansas allowing just two runs in 19 innings and earning two wins at Ole Miss...Posted 2-0 record without allowing a run in 12.1 innings in Ga. Softball Spring Fling...Worked a complete-game striking out a career-high nine vs. S. Carolina...Tossed career-high 8.0 innings for win vs. East Carolina March 12...Earned win with a then-career-high

Getting To Know Sarah Who has had the most influence on your athletic career? My father because he has always supported me and given me what I needed in order to succeed.

Favorite color: Lime green.

What has been your favorite class that you have taken so far at UGA? Abnormal Psychology; Anatomy & Physiology.

What is the one place that you haen’t traveled to that you would most liek to visit? Athens, Greece.

What song best represents you? “Born to Fly” by Sara Evans.

Favorite quote: “Never be satisfied. You’re only as good as your last performance.”

Favorite TV shows: America’s Go Talent and One Tree Hill.

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Favorite vacation spot: Playa del Carmen, Mexico.


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6 Year AVG. 2008 .311 2009 .406 Totals .354 Year 2008 2009 Totals

GP-GS AB 70-70 190 57-57 155 127-127 345

Taylor Schlopy

Junior • Outfielder • R/R • 5-2 West Hills, Calif. • Oaks Christian HS R H 41 58 71 63 112 122

ERA W-L APP-GS CG 6.90 0-4 6-4 3 2.62 2-0 4-2 2 5.30 2-4 10-6 5

2B 12 11 23

Career Statistics

3B 2 4 6

HR 2 15 17

RBI 30 47 77

SHO SV IP 0/0 0 22.1 1/0 0 13.1 1/0 0 35.2

H 34 12 47

R-ER 23-22 6-5 29-27

Career Highs - Batting AB: 5 (3x, last 5/31/09 vs. #3 Washington) R: 3 (7x, last 5/3/09 at Arkansas) H: 3 (5x, last 5/3/09 at Arkansas) RBI: 4 (3x, last 5/30/09 vs. #6 Michigan)

2010: Accepted invitation to USA Softball Women’s National Team selection camp and was chosen as an alternate for the 2010 team... Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll...Recipient of Jimmy and Barbara Turner Athletic Scholarship. 2009: Attended USA Softball National Team selection camp, chosen to USA Softball Japan Cup Team and helped USA earn Gold...First-Team All-America by Louisville Slugger/NFCA and Easton...All-Southeast Region Team...All-SEC First Team...SEC Academic Honor Roll...Started all 57 games hitting .406 with 15 home runs, 47 RBI and a team-high 71 runs scored while drawing a team-best 38 walks and stealing a team-high 21 bases; made four pitching appearances going 2-0 with a 2.62 ERA in 13.1 innings...Posted second-highest slugging percentage (.819) and on-base percentage (.550) in school history...Selected to Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team after hitting .222 with two HRs, six RBI and five runs scored...Batted .667 (4-for-6) with five RBI in NCAA Athens Super Regional including a three-run, gametying homer in sixth inning of game two...Hit .375 (3-for-8) with two doubles and three runs scored in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...Named SEC Player of the Week May 4 following two-game series sweep of Arkansas where she reached base in all eight plate appearances (3 hits, 3 BB, 2 HBP, 6 R)...Hit two, two-run HRs in sweep of Auburn...Batted .429 with a home run and five runs scored in series sweep over Ole Miss....Led team with .667 avg. with five runs and five RBI at S. Carolina....Went 3-for-4 with two solo HRs, the first multiple HR game of her career, against #20 LSU...Batted .385 with two doubles, two triples, a HR, and a team-best four runs and four RBI in Easton Challenge..In Georgia Softball Classic, batted .583 (7-for-12) with a tournament-best 13 runs scored...Hit .300 with five runs scored and three RBI in Red & Black Showcase...Batted .583 with seven runs and six RBI in Cathedral City Kickoff...Named to Fall 2008 Director’s Honor Roll.

BB 10 8 18

SO 17 11 28

BB HBP 28 18 38 14 66 32

SO 47 22 69

OB% .441 .550 .492

2B 6 1 7

HR 2 0 2

BF B/Avg. WP 112 .343 1 60 .255 1 172 .313 2

3B 1 0 1

SF 2 2 4

SH SB-SBA 7 21-22 0 21-22 7 42-44 HBP 0 0 0

2007: Freshman All-SEC...SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll... Started all 70 games (66 in OF) and hit .311 with 41 runs, 30 RBI, 18 hit by pitches, and 21 stolen bases...Made six pitching appearances with four starts including three complete games going 0-4 with a 6.90 ERA in 22.1 innings...Two runs and an RBI in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...In SEC games, finished ranked sixth in SB (9)...Went 5-for-8 (.625) at Kentucky with four RBI and six runs scored...Made two pitching starts and batted .375 vs. #3 Florida...Made first-career pitching start at #12 Tennessee, and tossed a complete game allowing five runs on seven hits in a loss...Hit .571 in series sweep over Arkansas...Hit a three run HR and had a career-high four RBI vs. Albany...Went 6-for-19 (.316) with five runs and four SB in Georgia Softball Classic...Went 3-for-4 with two doubles and first-career HR vs. #25 San Diego State... Hit .375 and scored three runs in Schutt Sports Invitational...Made Bulldog debut vs. #8 DePaul.

General Information

Career Highs - Pitching IP: 7.0 (4/12/08 vs. #3 Florida) H: 10 (4/12/08 vs. #3 Florida) R: 6 (4/9/08 at Ga. Tech) ER: 6 (4/9/08 at Ga. Tech) K: 7 (4/6/08 at #12 Tennessee) BB: 3 (4x, last 2/22/09 vs. UNCG)

TB SLG% 81 .426 127 .819 208 .603

High School/Club: Four-time All-State, All-California Interscholastic Federation, All-League and All-Ventura County selection for Oaks Christian High School...Oaks Christian compiled a 118-17 record over her four years on the team...2007 Oaks Christian Athlete of the Year... Batted .528 with 32 runs, 25 RBI and 14 SB as a senior...California State Freshman of the Year in 2004 after helping her team to CIF Championship...Member of Bruce Richardson’s So Cal Athletics... Dean’s List member and recipient of Outstanding Scholar Award in 2006. Personal: Born Jan. 27, 1989...Daughter of Mike and Chris Schlopy... Has a sister, Megan...Major: Child & Family Development.

Getting To Know Taylor Who is your all-time hero in athletics? Jackie Robinson.

Favorite color: Turquoise.

Favorite pro sports team: Dodgers.

Any hidden talents? I’m amazing at air hockey.

Favorite type of music: Country and R&B.

What is the one place you haven’t traveled to that you would most like to visit? Greece.

What celebrity would you most like to interview? Angelina Jolie because of the charity work she does around the world.

What would be your dream job? To own my own salon for hair and makeup.

Favorite movie: Dreamgirls.

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Megan Wiggins Junior • Outfielder • L/R • 5-5 Snellville, Ga. • Shiloh HS Year AVG. 2008 .347 2009 .313 Totals .334

GP-GS AB 70-70 219 39-39 112 109-109 331

R 44 29 73

H 76 35 111

2B 14 7 21

3B 5 3 8

Career Statistics

HR 7 10 17

RBI 52 41 93

Career Highs AB: 5 (4/27/08 at Kentucky) R: 3 (3x, last 3/21/09 at S. Carolina) H: 3 (6x, last 3/21/09 at S. Carolina) RBI: 4 (2x, last 4/1/09 vs. Furman)

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2009: Appeared in and started 39 games batting .313 with 10 home runs, 41 RBI and 29 runs scored...At Women’s College World Series, batted .200 with two runs...In NCAA Chapel Hill Regional championship game picked up the game-tying RBI on a bases loaded walk before going on to hit a walk-off, two-run HR...Returned to action in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional having missed time due to a broken hand suffered vs. Furman, a game where she hit her first-career grand slam before the injury...Hit a two-run HR in game two of Kentucky series... In game two of series at S. Carolina, tied career-highs with three hits and three runs scored...Went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and three RBI in win against #20 LSU...In Georgia Softball Classic, batted .500 (7-for-14) with three HRs and 13 RBI...Hit .462 (6-for-13) in Red & Black Showcase with six runs and six RBI; hit game-ending two-run HR vs. Cleveland St...Posted a .462 average with a HR, four runs and four RBI in Cathedral City Kickoff.

TB SLG% 121 .553 78 .696 199 .601

BB HBP 15 2 15 2 30 4

SO 24 17 41

OB% .391 .391 .391

SF 2 4 6

SH SB-SBA 3 3-3 1 0-0 4 3-3

High School/Club: Four-year letter winner for Shiloh High School... Named Atlanta Journal-Constitution Player of the Year after hitting .486 with seven home runs and 20 RBI, compiling a .986 slugging percentage as a senior...A four-year All-County honoree who earned a selection to tryout for the Junior Olympic team...A three sports standout earning second-place finishes in the 100m, 200m and shot put at region meet and qualifying for the state meet in four events including as a member of first-place region 4x100m and 4x400m relays...Also played basketball...Member of Jody Bailey’s Georgia Titans...Member of DECA and Spanish Club. Personal: Born May 8, 1989...Daughter of Andy and Debbie Wiggins... Major: Sociology.

2008: All-SEC First Team and Freshman All-SEC Team...Started all 70 games (32-SS, 24-OF, 14-DP) and led team in batting avg. (.347), at-bats (219), runs (44), hits (76), triples (5), RBI (52), total bases (121) and slugging % (.553), and was second on team in doubles (14), HRs (7) and on-base % (.391)...Provided Georgia with its only run of NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional May 24-25 with a solo HR in game one... Batted .600 (6-for-10) with six runs and four RBI in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...In SEC games, finished ranked 10th in the league in batting avg. (.378), tied fifth in hits (34), tied ninth in RBI (20), tied second in triples (3), fifth in total bases (57) and fourth in at-bats (90)...Named SEC Freshman of the Week May 5 following performance against #1 Alabama where she went 2-for-3 with three RBI including two-run HR in 4-2 upset over the Tide...Named SEC Freshman of the Week April 28 following performances vs. Mercer and at Kentucky; Hit .667 (8-for-12) with six runs scored and seven RBI including two, two-run HRs at Kentucky, and hit .500 with three RBI vs. Mercer...Notched three hits including two doubles and made first-career start in center field in series against #3 Florida... Went 3-for-7 with a run and RBI in double header at Ga. Tech...Led team with .375 (3-for-8) batting avg. and walked twice for a .500 on-base percentage in series at #12 Tennessee...Hit .500 (4-for-8) and slugged 1.124 with a team-best four runs scored and two RBI vs. Arkansas...Led team with six RBI in Georgia Softball Classic...Went 2-for-3 and hit first-career HR vs. #25 San Diego St....Hit .313 with four RBI in Schutt Sports Invitational...Hit .353 with five runs in Red & Black Showcase...Made Bulldog debut vs. #8 DePaul.

Getting To Know Megan If you could play any other sport in college, what woud it be? I would run track.

If you could have dinner with any three people, present of past, who would they be? Sanaa Lathan, Monique and Barry Bonds.

Who is your favorite singer? Lil Wayne. Favorite movie: Love & Basketball. Favorite TV show: Law & Order SVU. Favorite color: Teal.

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What is the one place that you haven’t traveled to that you would most like to visit? Mexico. What is one thing that you’ve never been able to do but that you want to someday? A one-handed push up.


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Alanna Hadley

Junior-TR • Pitcher • R/R • 5-10 Dacula, Ga. • Gulf Coast

2008-09: Played at Gulf Coast Community College in Panama City, Fla....As a sophomore, tossed 203 innings to compile a 22-11 record and a 1.76 ERA while striking out 213 and walking just 62 batters...As a freshman, was named to NFCA/NJCAA Division I All-Region Second Team after pitching 109 innings for a 15-4 record and 1.35 ERA with 119 strikeouts and just 34 walks. High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner in softball playing freshman and sophomore seasons at Central Gwinnett High School and junior and senior seasons at Dacula High School...Earned All-County recognition all-four years...As a senior, named Dacula’s Most Valuable Player...As a junior, earned the team’s Best Defensive Player Award... Played travel softball for the Atlanta Diamonds. Personal: Born Oct. 13, 1988...Daughter of Alan and Joanna Hadley... Has a brother, Dallas...Major: Social Work.

Getting To Know Alanna What TV or movie character are you most like? Superwoman!

What is your most memorable moment in sports? Hitting a walk-off home run against Chipola in my second year at Gulf Coast.

Favorite colors: Pink and red.

Why do you wear number 13: Because I was born on the 13th, as was my father, and it has always been my number growing up.

Favorie vacation spot: Panama City Beach, Fla.

Favorite Food: Italian.

What is the one playce that you haven’t traveled to that you would most like to visit? Australia.

Favorie professional athlete: Derek Jeter. What would be your dream job? Sports Broadcaster.

Favorite movie: Love & Basketball.

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Katie Murphy

Junior-TR • Pitcher • L/L • 5-6 Manchester, Iowa • Daytona State

2008-09: Played at Daytona State College in Daytona Beach, Fla.... As a sophomore in 2009, named to Easton Junior College All-America Team and NJCAA All-America Third Team after tossing 230.0 innings compiling a 16-13 record and 0.58 ERA, third-best in NJCAA Division I...Also struck out 272 batters while walking just 29...As a freshman in 2008, pitched 181.0 innings for the Lady Falcons and posted the eighth-best NJCAA DI ERA at 0.74 with a record of 18-7, 207 strikeouts and 44 walks. High School/Club: Four-year letter winner for West Delaware High School...Helped team earn 3A conference championships in 2004, 2006 and 2007 and a state championship in 2007...Also played volleyball all-four years of high school as a setter helping team earn a state runner-up finish in 2007...Played basketball and ran track as a sophomore and freshman...Member of National Honor Society. Personal: Born Nov. 16, 1988...Daughter of Bob and Jane Murphy... Has two brothers, T.J. Murphy and Chris Landherr, and three sisters Beth Murphy, Kelly Landherr and Lindsay Murphy...Major: PreBusiness.

Getting To Know Katie Why Georgia? It’s a competitive school where I could also earn a good degree.

Favorite type of music: Country. Favorite movie: A Walk to Remember.

What’s your most memorable moment in sports? Winning the state softball tournament in high school my senior year. We had to go six-straight games to win it, and we won them all by one run.

Favorite movie star: Ashton Kutcher. Favorite color: Green.

What’s the best advice you have ever received from a coach? The moment you stop pushing yourself or working hard, someone is going to step ahead so don’t stop.

Any pets? A Chocolate Lab named Pete and a English Pointer named Wags.

Favorite pro sports team: Chicago Cubs.

What would be your dream job? Medical sales.

Favorite vacation spot: Colorado.

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Why Georgia?: To get a great education and because I’m a die hard Georgia fan.


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Lacey Pierce

Junior • Outfield • L/R • 5-10 Newnan, Ga. • East Coweta HS 2010: Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School/Club: Played all four years at East Coweta High School... As a freshman and sophomore played at second base before moving to center field for her junior and senior seasons...Earned a scholarship for highest grade point average on the softball team her senior season...Played three years of travel softball for the Sharpsburg X-Plosion and one year for the Georgia Blitz...Also ran track at ECHS as a junior competing in sprints and hurdles...Member of the National Honor Society and National Beta Club...Graduated with honors.

Personal: Born May 18, 1989...Daughter of Charles Pierce and Cathy Sheehan...Has two brothers, Josh Pierce and Cody Pierce...Major: Broadcast News.

Getting To Know Lacey Why Georiga?: Because of the communications program in Grady College.

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Favorite class that you have taken so far at UGA? Telecommunications 3010.

Favorite sports movie: The Blind Side. What actress would you pick to play you in a movie? Kate Hudson. Favorite TV show: The Office.

Favorite professional athletes: Jim Edmonds and Matt Diaz.

Favorite color: Purple.

What celebrity would you most like to meet? Jim Carrey.

Who is the one person you would trade places with for a day if able to do so? Kobe Bryant.

Favorite song: “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Whitney Houston.

What would be your dream job? ESPN sideline reporter.

Laura Trout

Junior-TR • Utility • R/R • 5-6 Summerville, S.C. • Spartanburg Methodist 2010: Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2008-09: Played at Spartanburg Methodist College in South Carolina helping the Pioneers to NJCAA Division I Region X Championships in both 2008 and 2009...As a sophomore, named NJCAA Third Team AllAmerica and Conference Player of the Year after batting .479 with nine home runs, eight doubles and three triples while providing 38 RBI and 33 runs...As a freshman, named NJCAA Second Team All-America and All-Region 10 First Team honors after hitting .492 with 10 home runs, eight doubles and nine triples while contributing 33 RBI and 38 runs and stealing 14 bases...Also recognized as an Academic All-American.

Getting To Know Laura Why Georgia? I liked the coaches, the facilities and the SEC.

Favorite movie: Baby Mama and Remember the Titans.

What’s your most memorable moment in sports: Playing against team USA and breaking up a Jennie Finch no hitter.

What actress would you pick to play you in a movie? Rachel McAdams. Favorite color: Green.

Favorite pro sports teams: Boston Red Sox and San Diego Chargers. What celebrity would you most like to meet?: Will Ferrel. Favorite type of music: Country.

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Favorite book: Dear John by Nicolas Sparks. Favorite food: My mom’s enchiladas. If you could have dinner with any three people, present or past, who would they be? Jonathan Papelbon, Ted Williams and John F. Kennedy.

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High School/Club: Four-year letter winner at Stratford High School... Two-time All-State selection...Three-time All-Region selection...As a senior, named Stratford’s Female Athlete of the Year after being selected to North/South High School All-Star Game and earning team honors as the Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year...As a junior, named Offensive Player of the Year...As a sophomore, named Defensive Player of the Year...Played travel ball for the Stratford Brakettes. Personal: Born June 15, 1989...Daughter of Chris and Tami Fralick... Has two brothers, Teddy and Hunter...Major: Pre-Journalism/Magazines.


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Erin Arevalo

Sophomore • Pitcher • R/R • 5-10 Lathrop, Calif. • East Union HS

Year ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV IP 2009 5.15 2-1 9-1 0 0/2 0 17.2 Totals 5.15 2-1 9-1 0 0/2 0 17.2

Career Statistics

H 20 20

R-ER 17-13 17-13

2B 4 4

3B 0 0

HR 4 4

BF 89 89

B/Avg. WP .282 4 .282 4

HBP 3 3

Personal: Born: Nov. 9, 1990...Daughter of Carlos and Nancy Arevalo...Has a brother, Diego, and a sister, Claudia...Major: Exercise & Sport Science.

High School/Club: East Union High School...Finished career with a 0.43 ERA, 1,528 strikeouts, seven no hitters (three perfect games) and 15 one-hitters...Also batted .362...Earned All-State First Team honors and named an EA Sports Second-Team All-America selection as a senior...As a junior, helped her team to a Section Division IV runner-up finish and earning Stockton Ports Female Athlete of the Year Award... Two-time All-State Second Team selection...Three-time Stockton Record Player of the Year, Modesto Bee Player of the Year and San Joaquin Herald Player of the Year...Four-time Manteca Bulletin All-Area

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Getting To Know Erin Favorite pro sports team: Dodgers.

2010 Georgia Bulldogs

2009: Went 2-1 with a 5.15 ERA in nine appearances...Made two appearances vs. #3 Washington at Women’s College World Series going 4.0 scoreless innings in relief for win in first meeting with the Huskies and made first-career start in second contest...Tossed final two innings of a five-inning shutout vs. Kentucky...Earned first-career win vs. S. Carolina (4.0 IP, 1 H, 4 K)...Made Bulldog debut vs. Ball St. (1.0 IP, 3 R, 2K).

AB 45 45

SO 14 14

Player...Member of Arizona Hotshots travel team finishing third at 2008 Gold Nationals...Honor roll student with perfect attendance and member of FCA and Renaissance.

Career Highs IP: 4.0 (2x, last 5/31/09 vs. #3 Washington) H: 5 (5/31/09 vs. #3 Washington) R: 5 (5/31/09 vs. #3 Washington) ER: 5 (5/31/09 vs. #3 Washington) K: 4 (3/21/09 at S. Carolina) BB: 5 (3/11/09 at #1 Florida)

Year AVG. GP-GS 2009 .178 46-11 Totals .178 46-11

BB 14 14

Favorite type of music: Rock. What song best repesents you? “I’ll Let You Live” by Taking Back Sunday. Favorite TV show: True Blood. Favorite vacation spot: Anywhere I can camp.

Brittney Hubbard

Sophomore • Infielder • R/R • 5-7 Victorville, Calif. • Serrano HS

R 16 16

H 8 8

2B 2 2

3B 1 1

Career Statistics

HR 2 2

RBI 8 8

Career Highs AB: 3 (6x, last 4/8/09 vs. #22 Ga. Tech) R: 1 (16x, last 5/31/09 vs. #3 Washington) H: 2 (2/6/09 vs. UC Riverside) RBI: 2 (3/6/09 vs. #24 Baylor) 2009: SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll...Appeared in 46 games making 11 starts and batted .178 with two home runs, eight RBI and 16 runs scored...At Women’s College World Series, made four appearances as a pinch runner and scored two runs...Pinch ran and scored game-winning run in game two vs. #10 Ohio St. in NCAA Athens Super Regional...Went 1-for-3 with a solo HR vs. #22 Ga. Tech...Made first two career starts at second base in Kentucky series...In Georgia Softball Classic, scored three runs and recorded first-career triple against Ball St...Batted .500 with three RBI in Cathedral City Kickoff and hit first-career HR vs. Oregon St...First start of career, at DP, vs. Cal State Northridge...Made Bulldog debut as a pinch runner vs. #20 Long Beach St. High School: Serrano High School where she led her team in HRs every year and earned a First-Team California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) selection in 2007 after helping SHS advance to the CIF semifinals...Named an All-League and All-Area selection...As a sophomore, tabbed an Adidas Top 100 Athlete for 2008... Also played basketball for SHS...Played travel ball for TeamSmith and

TB 18 18

SLG% .400 .400

BB HBP 4 0 4 0

SO 20 20

OB% .245 .245

SF 0 0

SH SB-SBA 2 5-7 2 5-7

Cal Lite...Member of Peer Ambassadors, Association of Student Body/ Leadership where she served as vice president, Alpha Omega, Spanish Club and Key Club; graduated with High Honors. Personal: Born: Jan. 16, 1990...Daughter of Mike and Michelle Hubbard...Has two sisters, Miaje and Jasmin...Father played football at Fresno State...Major: Pre-Journalism/Public Relations.

Getting To Know Brittney Why do you wear number 11? Family tradition. Favorite pro sports team: Lakers. Favorite song: “When You Believe” by Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey. Favorite movie star: Channing Tatum. Favorite quote: “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

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Tori Moody

Sophomore • Catcher • R/R • 5-10 Woodstock, Ga. • Woodstock HS Year AVG. GP-GS 2009 .225 44-36 Totals .225 44-36

AB 102 102

R 7 7

H 23 23

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

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HR 5 5

RBI 22 22

TB 39 39

SLG% .382 .382

BB HBP 11 5 11 5

SO 31 31

OB% .325 .325

SF 2 2

SH 2 2

SB-SB 0-0 0-0

ninth-place finish at 18 Gold Nationals in 2006 and 17th-place finish at 18A Nationals in 2005...Honors/Advanced Placement student.

Career Highs AB: 4 (5x, last 5/22/09 vs. #10 Ohio St.) R: 1 (7x, last 5/22/09 vs. #10 Ohio St.) H: 3 (4/22/09 vs. W. Carolina) RBI: 5 (4/19/09 vs. Auburn)

Personal: Born: March 13, 1990...Daughter of Keith and Dania Moody...Has a sister, Kaylee...Major: Pre-Business.

2010: Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for Summer Semester.

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2009: Appeared in 44 games making 36 starts and batted .225 with five home runs, 22 RBI and seven runs scored...Provided HR to start a five-run sixth inning in 7-6 victory in game two of the NCAA Athens Super Regional...Hit .250 and provided two RBI in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...Recorded a career-high three hits vs. W. Carolina...Posted .400 avg. with nine RBI in series sweep at Auburn including five RBI with a grand slam in game three...Went 3-for-8 in Ole Miss series including her first multiple hit outing in game two...Hit her first-career HR vs. Furman...Made Bulldog debut starting at DP vs. #20 Long Beach St. and went 1-for-4 with an RBI. High School/Club: Woodstock High School...Helped the Wolverines to four county championships as a four-year starting catcher...Helped WHS to Class 5A State Championships in 2006 and state runner-up finish in 2005...Two-time All-State and All-Region...Four-time AllCounty...Three-time WHS Defensive Player of the Year...Played travel ball for Columbus Spartans and Georgia Fire...Helped Georgia Fire to

Getting To Know Tori Favorite pro athlete: David Beckham. Favorite music group: O.A.R. Favorite movie star: Amanda Bynes. Favorite quote: “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” What would be your dream job? CEO of Apple.

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Ashley Pauly

Sophomore • Infielder • L/R • 5-8 Kennesaw, Ga. • Kennesaw Mountain HS Year AVG. GP-GS 2009 .252 54-54 Totals .252 54-54

AB 127 127

R 20 20

H 32 32

2B 7 7

3B 2 2

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HR 1 1

RBI 20 20

Career Highs AB: 4 (5x, last 5/31/09 vs. #3 Washington) R: 2 (3x, last 5/30/09 vs. #6 Michigan) H: 3 (5/30/09 vs. #6 Michigan) RBI: 3 (4/15/09 vs. Miss. St.) 2009: Appeared in and started 54 games batting .252 with 20 RBI and 20 runs scored while also leading the team with 13 sacrifice hits...At Women’s College World Series, batted .333 including a career-high three hits and her first career-home run against #6 Michigan...Went 4-for-9 in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional...Hit a walk-off RBI double in 3-2 eight-inning victory over Ga. Southern...Batted .500 (5-for-10) with three runs scored in series sweep of Auburn...Delivered a three-run triple in victory over Miss. St....Provided what proved to be gamewinning RBI in upset over #1 Washington in Easton Challenge...In Georgia Softball Classic, hit .429 with two doubles, two runs and an RBI...Batted .250 with two runs and an RBI in Cathedral City Kickoff... Made Bulldog debut by starting at second base vs. #20 Long Beach St. High School/Club: Kennesaw Mountain High School...Lettered all four years...Helped guide Mustangs to a Class 5A Region Championship in 2007...Member of 2008 All-State team...Three-time All-Region selection...Two-time All-County honors...Three-time winner of KMHS Golden Glove Award...Played travel softball for East Cobb Bullets Gold... Also lettered three years in basketball and was named team MVP as

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TB 46 46

SLG% .362 .362

BB HBP 7 2 7 2

SO 10 10

OB% .295 .295

SF 3 3

SH SB-SBA 13 6-7 13 6-7

a sophomore and defensive MVP as a junior and senior...Academic honor roll member who earned Character Award three times and Highest Academic Achievement Award twice. Personal: Born: Jan. 11, 1990...Daughter of Keith and Rita Pauly...Has a brother, Chris...Major: Health Promotion.

Getting To Know Ashley Why do you wear number 10? Because I loved Chipper Jones growing up. Favorite type of music: Country. Favorite movie star: Reese Witherspoon. Favorite color: Pink. What would be your dream job? Pediatrician.


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23 Year AVG. GP-GS 2009 .297 58-57 Totals .297 58-57

AB 158 158

Kristyn Sandberg

Sophomore • Catcher/Infielder • R/R • 5-8 Island Park, N.Y. • West Hempstead HS R 23 23

H 47 47

2B 6 6

3B 0 0

Career Statistics

HR 9 9

RBI 26 26

SLG% .506 .506

BB HBP 10 3 10 3

SO 32 32

OB% .349 .349

SF 1 1

SH SB-SBA 6 1-3 6 1-3

Player of the Year and Second-Team All-Nassau...As a junior in basketball, named team MVP and All-Division...Member of Spanish Honor Society, National Honor Society and President of Athletes Helping Athletes...Received Dan Sullivan Award and honored for Outstanding Performance in science, Spanish, physical education and health and orchestra.

Career Highs AB: 5 (4/19/09 at Auburn) R: 2 (2x, last 3/6/09 vs. #24 Baylor) H: 3 (4/18/09 at Auburn) RBI: 3 (2x, last 4/19/09 at Auburn) 2010: Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

High School/Club: West Hempstead High School...Four-year letterwinner...Four-time All-County selection and team MVP...First-Team All-Long Island as a senior after batting .784 with 12 HRs and 20 RBI... Played travel ball for Virginia Shamrocks...Also lettered in basketball and soccer at WHHS and played ice hockey for the Island Waves... As a senior in basketball, named team MVP, All-County, Conference

Personal: Born: Jan. 21, 1990...Daughter of Robert and Susan Sandberg...Has a younger brother, Ryan...Aunt, Terry Winkler, played volleyball at Stony Brook University...Major: Health & Physical Education.

Getting To Know Kristyn Favorite pro sports teams: N.Y. Mets and N.Y. Islanders.

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2009: All-SEC Freshman Team...SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll...Appeared in 58 games making 57 starts batting .297 with nine HRs, 26 RBI, 23 runs and threw out 14 base runners...Hit .214 with a HR and three RBI at WCWS...Made first career start at 3B vs. Ga. Southern...Led team with a .538 average (7-for-13) in series vs. Auburn with a HR in all three games...Batted .444 (4-for-9) in Kentucky series with a HR and three RBI...Recorded first-career HR vs. #24 Baylor in Easton Challenge...Hit .444 with three runs and two RBI in Ga. Softball Classic...Recorded three sacrifice hits, a double and scored a run in Cathedral City Kickoff...Made Bulldog debut starting a catcher vs. #20 Long Beach St...Fall 2008 Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List.

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Favorite song: “Rockstar” by Miley Cirus. Favorite TV show: Law & Order SVU. Favorite foods: Cheese fries and Mac & Cheese. Favorite quote: “Heroes get remembered, but legends never die. Follow your heart kid and you’ll never wrong.” - The Sandlot.

Ashley Razey

Sophomore-TR • Catcher • R/R • 5-11 Lawrenceville, Ga. • Southern Miss

2009: Played at Southern Miss...Appeared in 54 games making 51 starts and batted .301 in 153 at-bats with eight doubles, six home runs and 28 RBI. High School/Club: Earned four letters in softball...Played junior and senior seasons at Buford High School, helping her team to 2007 and 2008 AA State Championships...Named 2007 Atlanta JournalConstitution, Gainesville Times and Gwinnett Daily Post Player of the Year after batting .510 with 10 home runs and 47 RBI...Set nine Buford school records including season batting average (.510 in 2007), career batting average (.441), season slugging percentage (.961 in 2007), career slugging percentage (.775), season on-base percentage (.598 in 2007), career on-base percentage (.516), season home runs (10 in 2007), career home runs (16).and tied RBI (47 in 2007)...Played freshman and sophomore seasons at Central Gwinnett High School... Selected for Sports Illustrated “Faces In The Crowd”...Three-time AllCounty First Team by Gwinnett Diamond Club...Also competed in track and field all-four years of high school throwing the shot put and discus and earned GHSA state titles in both in 2008...Played basketball first three years of high school...Played travel ball for Georgia Elite Gold, Gold Coast Hurricanes (Fla.) and New Jersey Inferno Gold. Personal: Born Aug. 14, 1990...Daughter of David and Kelly Razey... Has a sister, Nicole, who was a swimmer at Pfeiffer University from 2002-06...Major: Early Childhood Education.

Getting To Know Ashley Why do you wear number 18? I’ve worn it for 10 years, and my favorite player, Ryan Klesko, used to wear it.

Favorite color: Pink.

Favorite pro sports team: Braves.

Name one thing that people would be surprised to learn about you: I own over 70 pairs of shoes.

Favorite food: Pizza and caeser salad.

Favorite type of music: Rap and R&B. Any pets? A female boxer named Coach. Whay celebrity would you most like to interview? Lil Wayne. Favorite movie: Love & Basketball.

Favorite quote: “Reach for the stars.” What would be your dream job? To coach college and open my own place to give lessons.

Favorite TV show: Make It or Break It.

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Macie Couey

Freshman • Outfielder • L/L • 5-7 Milledgeville, Ga. • John Milledge Academy High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at John Milledge Academy where she helped her team earn Class 3A State Championships in 2005 and 2008...Three-time All-State selection...Four-time All-Region selection...As a senior, earned team awards for best defense and Golden Arm...As a junior, earned team honors for best offense...Also played soccer three years earning All-Region honors each season... Played basketball as a freshman and sophomore earning best defense honors each year...Ran track as a senior earning all-state, all-region and team best sprinter honors...Member of FCA, Anchor Club and National Beta Club...Played travel softball for Georgia Impact and Georgia Extreme.

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Personal: Born Feb. 3, 1991...Daughter of Stewart and Kim Couey... Has a sister, Stacey...Cousin, Mandi Couey, also attended UGA... Major: Health Promotion.

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Getting To Know Macie Why Georgia? Because it has many opportunities both academically and athletically.

What actress would you pick to play you in a movie? Katherine Heigl.

Any superstitions? I always wear a head band.

Favorite color: Aqua blue.

What’s the best advice you have ever received from a coach? Work hard and never give up and you can achieve any goals you have set for yourself.

Any pets? A Yellow Lab named Lucky and a Chocolate Lab named Opie.

Favorite pro athlete: Caitlin Lowe.

What is the one place you haven’t traveled to that you would most like to visit? Paris.

Favorite movies: The Proposal, The Ugly Truth and Love & Basketball.

Favorite quote: “Your never given a wish without the power of making it come true!”

Christine Olney Freshman • Utility • L/L • 5-6 Rome, Ga. • Calhoun HS

High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at Calhoun High School... Three-time All-State First Team selection...Four time All-Region, Rome News Tribune All-Area and All-North Georgia First Team selection... Earned team offensive award each season...Also played basketball allfour years...Played soccer two seasons earning Rome News Tribune Player of the Year as a sophomore while setting two school records with 16 goals in a season including seven in a single game...Played golf for two seasons...Played travel softball for Atlanta Vipers...Member of National Honor Society.

Getting To Know Christine Why Georgia? Because it’s a great school both academically and athletically.

Favorite TV shows: One Tree Hill and That 70’s Show.

Who has had the most influence on your athletic career? My cousin Ronnie because he used to play baseball, and I would copy everything he did. He taught me a lot.

Favorite color: Lime green. Favorite food: Any type of pasta and Japanese. Any pets? A Sussex Spaniel named Coco.

Favorite pro sports team: Braves. Favorite vacation spot: Bahamas. What celebrity would you most like to meet? Jesse Metcalfe. Favorite sports movie: Remember the Titans.

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What is the one place that you haven’t traveled to that you would most like to visit? New Zealand.

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Personal: Born Oct. 30, 1990...Daughter of Jeff and Renonda Olney... Has a brother, Trent...Major: Exercise & Sport Science.


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Alison Owen

Freshman • Pitcher • R/R • 5-7 Newnan, Ga. • East Coweta HS

2010: Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at East Coweta High School...Helped ECHS to four-consecutive Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA Elite Eight appearances, three region titles and a runner-up finish in the 2008 state finals...Led the Indians from the circle in 2008 with a 12-6-1 record and 0.65 ERA earning her the team’s Pitcher of the Year award...Also led team in home runs as a senior... Three-time All-County selection including a first-team nod in 2008... Played in North/South All-Star game...Named ECHS softball Scholar Athlete for both 2007 and 2008...Played travel softball five years for the Georgia Impact Organization helping her team to ASA “A” National finishes of 25th in 2007 and 33rd in 2008...As a member of Extreme Mavericks in 2007, Owen helped her team finish fourth at the Fireworks 18U Tournament and to a 6-0 record in the Ronald McDonald Tournament...Played on the Bullets in 2009...Member of FCA. Personal: Born Jan. 28, 1991...Daughter of Al and Donna Owen... Has a sister, Erin...Uncle Tommy Brantley attended UGA...Major: Sport Management.

Getting To Know Alison Why Georgia? I love the campus and the team. The athletic program had everything I was looking for and more.

Why do you wear number 4? It was my dad’s number for as long as I can remember.

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What actress would you pick to play you in a movie? Jessica Alba. Favorite color: Turquoise. Favorite food: My mom’s BBQ chicken.

Favorite pro sports team: Braves.

Any pets? A Pomeranian name Tucker and a Beta fish named Leonard.

What celebrity would you most like to interview? Pink.

What is one thing you’ve never been able to do but that you want to do someday? Bungy jump.

Katie Rietkovich

Freshman • Infielder • R/R • 5-7 Guyton, Ga. • South Effingham HS

2010: Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at South Effingham High School...Lady Mustangs went 122-38-3 in her four years in the program...Became the first female athlete from SEHS to sign with an NCAA Division I school...Two-time All-State First Team selection... Three-time All-Region and All-Greater Savannah First Team...Set SEHS single-season records for batting average (.467 in 2008), hits (46 in 2008), doubles (16 in 2006 & 2008), home runs (3 in 2008), RBI (28 in 2008), stolen bases (20 in 2008) and walks...Also set Lady Mustang career records for batting average (.386), hits (151), doubles (37), home runs (5), RBI (66) and stolen bases (56)...As a senior, helped SEHS to ninth place finish at Georgia High School Association Class AAAA playoffs following three-straight GHSA Class AAA Region Three Championships from 2005-07...Played travel softball for South Effingham Angels Gold since its inaugural season in 2000...In 2006, helped the Angels earn the 16U ASA Eastern National Championship and the USFA 16U State Championship...In 2007, also played in the 16U USA/ASA Nationals with the Georgia Knockouts, who finished in the top-35 nationally...Attended 2009 Gold Nationals with the Tennessee Fury...Member of FCA, Interact Club and Spirit Club. Personal: Born Jan. 14, 1991...Daughter of Ty and Patty Rietkovich... Has a sister, Caroline...Father played football at South Carolina...Major: Sport Management.

Getting To Know Katie Why Georgia? They have a championship program. What is your most memorable moment in sports? Hitting a walk-off home run to win the region championship my sophomore year. What’s the best advice you have ever received from a coach? Never give up, believe in yourself and trust your hands! Favorite pro sports team: Braves. Favorite song: “Friends in Low Places” by Garth Brooks.

What celebrity would you most like to interview? Sandra Bullock. Favorite meal: Steak and mashed potatoes with butter and cheese with a side of mushrooms. Any pets? A cat named Phillip and four dogs named Lucy, Peyton, Three Toes and Betsy. If you could have dinner with any three people, present or past, who would they be? Lil Wayne, Jason Aldean and George W. Bush. Favorite vacation spot: San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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What’s the best advice you have ever received from a coach? Don’t talk. Prove it on the field.

Favorite movie: A Walk to Remember.


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Amberlie Saxton Freshman • Utility • R/R • 5-7 Jefferson, Ga. • Mill Creek HS

High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at Mill Creek High School where she helped the Lady Hawks to a Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA State Championship in 2008, third-place state finishes in 2006 and 2007, and Region 7AAAAA Championships from 2005-07...Two-time All-State selection...Four-time All-Region selection including All-Region Player of the Year honors in 2006 and 2007... Three-time All-County selections...Named the Lady Hawks’ Offensive Player of the Year all four years...Three-time Gwinnett Daily Post Offensive Player of the Year...Twice selected to Gwinnett Daily Post Super Six...In 2008, was selected to Georgia Dugout Club Senior AllStar Team...Also played two seasons of basketball helping the Lady

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Hawks to the Class AAAAA State Elite Eight in 2005 and the Sweet Sixteen in 2006...Played travel softball for the Atlanta Vipers in 2009 and for Georgia Xtreme from 2005-08. Personal: Born Nov. 27, 1990...Daughter of Jeff and Sarah Bailey... Has a brother, Mikel, and three sisters, Ashley, Alicia and Megan... Major: Education.

Getting To Know Amberlie What is the best advice you have ever received from a coach? Leave it all out on the field.

Any pets? A cat named Kitty and a fish named Leonard.

Favorie pro athlete: Derek Jeter.

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Favorite food: Pizza.

Favorite singer/musical group: Apocolyptica. Favorite song: “Imagine Me and You” by The Turtles.

What is the one play that you haven’t traveled to that you would most like to visit? Italy. What is one thing that you’ve never been able to do but that you want to do someday? Sky dive.

Favorite TV show: Family Guy. Favorite quote: “Winners never quit.” Favorite colors: Blue and lime green. What would be your dream job? Physical Therapy.

Sara Sikes

Freshman • Outfielder • L/L • 5-5 Douglasville, Ga. • Chapel Hill HS 2010: Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at Chapel Hill High School... Selected among top-10 in Georgia for 2008 Wendy’s Heisman Award... Twice named CHHS team MVP and earned Best Offense Award three times...Two-time All-Region and All-County...As a senior, CHHS to Region 4B AAAAA runner-up finish and was named Douglas County Sentinel Player of the Year after batting .457 with 30 doubles, five triples, two home runs, 30 RBI and 16 stolen bases and also went 13-1 from the circle...Played on championship winning Georgia Dugout AllStar Team...As a junior, earned All-State recognition...As a sophomore,

Getting To Know Sara Why Georgia? It’s a school that has great expectations for its students and its athletics.

Favorite movies: What Happens in Vegas and Talladega Nights.

What is your most memorable moment in sports? Winning state in the pole vault.

Favorite movie star: Adam Sandler. Favorite color: Baby blue.

Why do you wear number 1? When I wear that number it pushes me to be number one and to try to be the best. Favorite pro sports team: Braves. What celebrity would you most like to interview? Taylor Swift.

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Favorite food: Grilled chicken. What is the one place that you haven’t traveled to that you would most like to visit? Hawaii. Favorite quote: “If you’re not first, you’re last.”

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served as a USA Sports Ambassador...As a freshman, helped the Screaming Eagles take ninth at GHSA Sectionals...Also played basketball and competed in track and field...Set Screaming Eagles’ school record in pole vault, and in 2008, won state 5AAAA pole vault championship and was named Douglas County Sentinel Player of the Year...Played travel softball for Georgia Elite Gold where she helped her team to a 13th-place finish at 2008 ASA Nationals...Douglas County School Superintendent Award winner...Had perfect attendance and 4.0 GPA...Member of National Honor Society, Beta Club, Key Club and FCA...As a senior, earned Bobbie Bailey Award for Academic Excellence for Girls. Personal: Born Aug. 5, 1991...Daughter of Rocky and Lisa Sikes...Has two sisters, Morgan and Savana...Major: Environmental Health.


Southeastern Conference

The Southeastern Conference:

Setting the Standard for Intercollegiate Athletics in Softball 1980’s before resuming the sport whe it was added to the SEC. Tennessee added softball in 1995-96, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU and Ole Miss began softball programs in 1996-97 to give the league 11 representatives (Vanderbilt does not sponsor softball). The 1999 season was the first in which the conference was eligible for an automatic berth to the NCAA Championships. As the sport continues to grow in competitiveness and populartiy, the SEC has had six different regular season champions and five different conference tournament champions.

SEC Facts

• 72 NCAA Regional Appearances. • 17 NCAA Super Regional Appearances. • 15 Women’s College World Series Appearances. • 201 NCAA Wins (Includes Regional, Super Regional and WCWS). • 10 different SEC teams have played in the NCAA Softball Championships. • Florida was the first SEC team to claim the No. 1 national seed (2008 & 2009). • SEC teams have been ranked in every NFCA/USA Today poll since the inception of SEC Softball. • More than 166,621 fans attended SEC home softball games last season. Alabama led the league in average attendance with 1,919 per date (49,490 total). • The SEC had three teams, a league record, ranked in the top five in both final polls: No. 2 Florida, No. 3 Alabama and No. 4 Georgia. • In 2009, six SEC players were named NFCA First-Team All-Americans. Overall, a record 14 players were named to the first, second and third teams combined. The previous record was 13 in 2008. • The SEC has earned 109 NFCA All-America honors since 1997 (48 first-team, 28 second-team, 23 third-team). • In 2009, an SEC team held the No. 1 spot in the NFCA/ USA Today poll 17 weeks (13-UF, 4-UA) and the USA Softball/ESPN.com poll 14 weeks (12-UF, 2-UA).

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SEC Softball will celebrate its 14th year of existence in 2010 and has established itself as one of the leading conferences in the sport. The SEC qualified a record nine teams for the 2009 NCAA Tournament - Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State and Tennessee - as the conference made its 12th overall, seventh consecutive, Women’s College World Series appearance. For the second consecutive year, Florida received the No. 1 national seed, while the SEC grabbed four total national seeds; No. 4 Alabama, No. 6 Georgia and No. 13 Tennessee. The highlight of the season was when the SEC advanced a league record three of the final four teams to the WCWS: Florida, Alabama and Georgia. Florida claimed its second consecutive SEC title and tournament title with a 26-1 record. The Gators posted a 63-5 overall record. Florida’s Tim Walton was named Coach of the Year while Stacey Nelson earned Pitcher of th Year honors. Alabama’s Charlotte Morgan was named Player of the Year and the Tide’s Amanda Locke captured Freshman of the Year honors. Tennessee’s Lillian Hammond was selected as Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Softball came under the auspices of the SEC in the 199697 season. Since that time, 10 different conference teams have made appearances in the NCAA Championship, including six teams earning WCWS berths - one by South Carolina in the inaugural season, Alabama in 200, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009, Florida in 2008 and 2009, Georgia in 2009, LSU in 2001 and 2004 and Tennessee in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Eight teams (Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina and Tennessee) have made Top 25 appearances and six teams have climbed into the Top 10 (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, South Carolina and Tennessee) of the NFCA/USA Today Poll. At least one SEC team has been ranked in the poll each week since the inception of SEC Softball. South Carolina is the flagship team of the league with a rich history in softball dating back 35 seasons. The Gamecocks have made 15 NCAA Regional and the WCWS appearances. Mississippi Sate played softball for five seasons during the


SEC-TV / SEC Tournament April 30 May 1 May 2 May 2 May 8 May 9 May 9 Nov. 13 Nov. 13 Nov. 13 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 14 Nov. 15

2010 SEC Television Schedule

The 2010 season will be the first year of the new SEC/ESPN TV contract. SEC softball coverage will be seen more than any other league in the sport thanks to agreements with ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FSN and CSS. (SPSO = Fox SportsSouth)

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Game South Carolina at Alabama Florida at Alabama Florida at Alabama Alabama at Kentucky Tennessee at Auburn Kentucky at Florida Mississippi State at S. Carolina Auburn at Ole Miss Auburn at Ole Miss Georgia at LSU

Network FSN ESPN ESPNU ESPNU SPSO ESPNU SPSO ESPNU SPSO ESPN

GEORGIA IN THE SEC TOURNAMENT 1998- Columbus, Ga. 5/8 No. 23 Florida ........ L, 1-3 5/8 Mississippi State .... L, 2-3

2003- Plant City, Fla. 5/8 Mississippi State ...W, 3-0 5/9 No. 24 Florida ........ L, 1-0 5/10 Tennessee ............. L, 5-3 2004- Tuscaloosa, Ala. 5/13 No. 21 Florida .......W, 7-1 5/14 Mississippi State . W, 11-2 5/15 No. 11 Tennessee .W, 4-0 5/16 No. 2 LSU .............. L, 1-4

No. 18 Auburn .......W, 7-3 No. 9 Alabama ....... L, 0-2

2006- Athens, Ga. 5/11 Arkansas ...............W, 2-0 5/12 No. 11 LSU ............ L, 0-5 2007- Auburn, Ala. 5/10 No. 2 Alabama ..L, 2-3 (9) 2008- Baton Rouge, La. 5/8 No. 14 Tennessee .. L, 2-5 2009- Knoxville, Tenn. 5/7 Kentucky ................ L, 0-2

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**Additional games to be determined will be televised by CSS**

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ALL TIMES EASTERN

2005- Gainesville, Fla. 5/12 LSU .......................W, 2-1 5/13 No. 11 Tennessee .W, 5-3 5/14 5/15

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1999- Columbus, Ga. 5/13 LSU ........................ L, 0-8 5/14 South Carolina ....... L, 0-4 2002- Chattanooga, Tenn. 5/9 Auburn ..................W, 4-3 5/10 No. 3 LSU .............. L, 1-2 5/11 Mississippi State ...W, 7-1 5/11 South Carolina ......W, 6-5 5/12 South Carolina ......W, 4-3 5/12 No. 3 LSU .............. L, 0-1

Time 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 8 p.m.

Georgia at LSU Tennessee at Alabama Florida at Misssissippi State Tennessee at Alabama LSU at Tennessee LSU at Tennessee Arkansas at Auburn SEC Tournament Game #1 SEC Tournament Game #2 SEC Tournament Game #3 SEC Tournament Game #4 SEC Tournament Game #5 SEC Tournament Game #6 SEC Tournament Game #7

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SEC Tournament Champion NCAA Tournament Automatic Qualifier

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Seeding for the tournament will be as follows: The tournament will be seeded 1-8, regardless of division, based on conference winning percentage. The bracket is subject to change based on the seed of the host school.


NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament: Regional and Super Regional Format

2010 NCAA Postseason Schedule

NCAA Regionals May 21-23

TBD-Campus Sites

NCAA Super Regionals May 28-30 TBD-Campus Sites 2010 NCAA Women’s College World Series June 3-9 Oklahoma City, Okla. ASA Hall of Fame Stadium

The 2010 season marks the sixth year with the current NCAA post-season format in place for softball. There will be 16 Regionals with one team advancing from each Regional to a Super Regional. Teams competing in a Super Regional will play a best-ofthree series with the winner advancing to the Women’s College World Series. The 2010 season will be the seventh year that the NCAA Softball Tournament will feature 64 teams.

2002 NCAA Regional, Columbia, S.C. 5/16 vs. UMBC ....................... W, 2-1 5/17 at South Carolina ........... W, 1-0 5/18 vs. No. 1 UCLA ............... L, 1-2 5/18 at South Carolina ............ L, 3-9 2003 NCAA Regional, Fresno, Calif. 5/15 vs. Long Island ............... W, 5-1 5/16 vs. No. 25 Mich. St. ........ L, 3-4 5/16 vs. Long Beach St. .....W, 2-1(8) 5/17 at Fresno State ...........L, 0-1(8) 2004 NCAA Regional, Athens, Ga. 5/20 Eastern Kentucky ......... W, 10-5 5/21 No. 23 Ga. Tech .............. L, 2-3 5/21 No. 22 Texas A&M ......... W, 5-1 5/22 Michigan State ............... W, 9-1 5/22 No. 23 Ga. Tech ............. W, 9-1 5/23 No. 7 Washington............ L, 1-3 2005 NCAA Regional, Athens, Ga. 5/20 Tennessee Tech ............. W, 7-3 5/21 No. 17 Georgia Tech ...... W, 8-1 5/22 No. 18 Georgia Tech ...... W, 2-1 NCAA Super Regional, Los Angeles, Calif. 5/27 vs. No. 7 UCLA .............. W, 4-1 5/28 at No. 7 UCLA ................. L, 4-5 5/28 at No. 7 UCLA ................. L, 2-3 2006 NCAA Regional, Athens, Ga. 5/19 Georgia Southern........... W, 4-0 5/20 Florida State.................... L, 2-3 5/20 Georgia Southern......... W, 11-6 5/21 Florida State................... W, 3-1 5/21 Florida State.................... L, 0-2

2007 NCAA Regional, Lincoln, Neb. 5/18 vs. Nebraska .................. W, 3-2 5/19 vs. No. 11 Washington .... L, 0-8 5/19 vs. Creighton .................. W, 3-0 5/20 vs. No.11 Washington ..... W, 2-1(9) 5/20 vs. No. 11 Washington .... L, 0-1 2008 NCAA Regional, Chapel Hill, N.C. 5/15 vs. Campbell .................. W, 9-0 5/16 vs. Brigham Young ......... W, 9-3 5/17 vs. Brigham Young ......... W, 4-0 NCAA Super Regional, Los Angeles, Calif. 5/24 at No. 3 UCLA ................. L, 1-6 5/25 at No. 3 UCLA ................. L, 0-6 2009 NCAA Regional, Chapel Hill, N.C. 5/14 vs. Radford..................... W, 3-1 5/15 at #15 North Carolina ..... W, 6-0 5/16 at #15 North Carolina ..... W, 4-2 NCAA Super Regional, Athens, Ga. 5/21 #10 Ohio State ............... W, 6-4 5/22 #10 Ohio State ............... W, 7-6 NCAA Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, Okla. 5/28 #3 Washington ................ L, 1-3 5/30 #11 Missouri ................... W, 5-2 5/30 #6 Michigan.................... W, 7-5 5/31 #3 Washington ............... W, 9-8 5/31 #3 Washington ................ L, 3-9

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2010 Georgia Bulldogs

GEORGIA IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT


Home of the Georgia Bulldogs

Top 10 Crowds 1,877 April 26, 2009 vs. Tennessee 1,663 May 4, 2008 vs. Alabama 1,612 May 5, 2003 vs. Alabama 1,563 April 7, 2007 vs. Tennessee 1,522 April 25, 2009 vs. Tennessee 1,521 April 29, 2006 vs. Tennessee 1,485 May 1, 2005 vs. Alabama 1,483 May 6, 2007 vs. LSU 1,434 April 11, 2009 vs. Ole Miss 1,371 April 30, 2006 vs. Tennessee

The Bulldog softball team will play its seventh season in its multi-million dollar softball stadium in 2010. The facility holds close to 1,400 fans with additional standing room and features the best amenities possible. The Georgia Softball Stadium has been chosen to host three NCAA Regionals and one NCAA Super Regional since its inception in 2004. Both the Georgia and visiting team dugout are connected via tunnel to locker rooms. The Bulldogs’ locker room area has all facilities located in it — an athletic training room, players’ lounge, game room, locker room, showers, and the coaches’ offices and locker room. On the first base side, the visiting team has its locker room and showers along with the umpires’ locker room. A state-of-the-art press box was built as well. The press box has suites for radio, television, and for both Georgia and the visiting team’s athletic director. The stadium is finished with an awning covering the upper section. Georgia’s stadium ranks among the nation’s best and will continue to be an attractive site for NCAA postseason play for years to come.

The Soccer & Softball Players’ Lounge

The Softball Video Room


The UGA Softball Stadium

Facts & Figures One of Nation’s Premier Facilities $5.5 million complex Inaugural Season: 2004 Capacity: 1,400 New Video Scoreboard Dimensions: 190 LF, 220 CF, 190 RF Crowd-friendly venue Players’ Lounge & Game Room Video Room Training Room State-of-the-Art press box *64-23 vs. SEC opponents *10-4 in NCAA Regional play *2-0 in NCAA Super Regional play

The Softball Locker Room

*172-35 at home *Record last six seasons at stadium

The Softball Game Room


Indoor Training Facility

The indoor training facility, commonly known to the Bulldogs as the “ITF,� is located on the Soccer/Softball Complex and provides the Georgia Softball team with two indoor batting cages, pitching circles and a video room complete with several televisions equipped with TIVO. The Georgia indoor training facility is one of the top indoor complexes in the country, and it allows the Georgia Softball team to improve on all facets of the game.


East Campus Village

Amenities Furnished Fully-Equipped Kitchenettes Dining Hall Security High-Speed Internet Local Phone Service

The most dynamic part of the University in recent years has been east campus. The Ramsey Student Center, named the country’s best college student activities center by Sports Illustrated, is the hub of east campus. East campus now features a new series of dormitories and a dining hall that are home to UGA softball student-athletes. The newly-completed $102 million dollar dorms hold up to 1,200 students in two- and four-bedroom apartments with private baths.

Multiple Floor Plans Computer Labs Laundry Rooms Study Rooms Card Access

2 Bedroom Floor Plan

4 Bedroom Floor Plan


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UGA Athletics Facilities Sanford Stadium

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On Saturdays in the fall, more than 93,000 fans watch the Bulldogs play “between the hedges.” Sanford Stadium also played host to the Olympic soccer finals in 1996.

Dan Magill Tennis Complex Georgia’s men’s and women’s teams have combined for seven national championships, and the site also includes the ITA Tennis Hall Of Fame.

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Georgia’s equestrian program was founded in 2002, and in 2009, the Bulldogs moved into their new facility, a 109-acre layout once known as High Point Farms in Bishop, Ga., approximately 12 miles from campus.

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Stegeman Coliseum

Equestrian Complex

Georgia’s basketball and gymnastics teams compete in Stegeman Coliseum.

Coliseum Training Facility

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The Coliseum Training Facility, built at a cost of $30 million dollars, opened in August of 2007 provides men’s and women’s basketball as well as gymnastics with their own practice gyms, locker rooms and office space. The facility also features a spacious weight room that can house many different sports at any given time.


UGA Athletics Facilities Ramsey Center Georgia’s volleyball and swimming and diving teams compete at the Ramsey Student Physical Activities Center, which Sports Illustrated called the best recreational facility in the nation in 1997.

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UGA Golf Course

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The Georgia teams have combined for three national championships since moving into the Boyd Center on the grounds of the UGA Course in 1998.

Volleyball Arena (Above); Swimming & Diving’s Gabrielson Natatorium (Right)

Turner Soccer Complex

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Foley Field

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The area beyond the right field wall is known as Kudzu Hill and it is a popular place to watch the Diamond Dogs.

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Since the NCAA began to track attendance statistics for women’s soccer in 1998, Georgia has been among the top 10 teams in average home attendance each season.

Spec Towns Track At the 1990 SEC Championship, the facility was renamed in honor of the former Georgia athlete/ coach and 1936 Olympic gold medalist.


Strength & Conditioning

WHAT CHAMPIONS ARE MADE OF The success of Georgia Softball depends not only on in-season, on-the-field performance, but also on the year-round development of strength and conditioning skills. With top-flight personnel and facilities, Georgia has the ability to give one-on-one attention to players and help them reach their potential as athletes and softball players. In August of 2007, Georgia opened the Coliseum Training Facility adjacent to Stegeman Coliseum. The multi-million dollar Training Facility provides the Georgia softball team with a fully equipped state-of-the-art weight room.


Sports Medicine / Why Georgia?

SPORTS MEDICINE The goal of the sports medicine team is two-fold: the prevention and care of injuries. Benjamin Franklin once said, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This concept is just as important toady in sports medicine as it was over 200 years ago. Prevention of injuries is accomplished through pre-participation physical exams, preventative maintenance rehab programs, taping, bracing and padding, and education. When injuries do occur, the role of the sports medicine team is to promptly evaluate, diagnose and provide proper care for those injuries. The goal in the event of an injury is to return the athlete to his or her previous performance level as quickly, and as safely, as possible. But when an athlete is injured, his or her best interests are the primary focus of the sports medicine team.

WHY GEORGIA? “Throughout the recruiting process I realized that all the coaches, players and support staff formed a family-like atmosphere. UGA offers not only a great venue for excelling in athletics, but a degree from Georgia equips you with the necessary skills to succeed in life after college.”

Former Bulldog Quarterback & Overall #1 NFL Draft Pick Matthew Stafford

“Georgia has everything – the weather, the location and the campus. The academics are really good and increasing every year. I just loved it when I came here.”

Former Gym Dog & Honda Award Winner Courtney Kupets

“I decided to come to Georgia because I love the spirit and tradition of the school. It also has great facilities and has everything I was looking for academically and athletically.”

All-American Taylor Schlopy


This Is Georgia

Winning Tradition

46 or More Wins in Each of the Past Eight Seasons Eight-Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances


Bulldog Softball

Academic Excellence

3 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Honors 74 SEC Academic Honor Roll Selections


What It Means To Be A Bulldog “Being a Bulldog is the most amazing experience. What makes it most special is knowing when you walk the campus in Athens you are walking in the same steps that so many greats have taken. It’s amazing to know that the successes we have in softball are shared with the successes of the other sports at UGA. To think that Teresa Edwards, Kristy Kowal, Herschel Walker, Charley Trippi, Dominique Wilkins, Dan Magill, Vince Dooley, and Wally Butts paved the path for all of our current athletes and coaches is so inspiring. It is such an awesome responsibility as a University of Georgia coach and athlete to know that whether you are in Athens, Atlanta, Rome, Savannah, Albany, Columbus or the North Georgia Mountains, there are literally millions of University of Georgia fans and supporters we are representing. This is what motivates me, my staff and our team to give our all for Georgia each day.”

Lu Harris-Champer (2001-current) Top 10 Winningest Active NCAA Division I Coaches “There are so many great things about being a member of not only the University of Georgia softball program, but also about being a student at UGA. Being a Bulldog is about heart. It’s about commitment not only to yourself, but to your family and everyone else around you. It’s about having a special kind of pride in everything you do because you know there are a million other people that would do anything for the opportunities you have while at UGA. Being a Bulldog is about excellence; excellence through academics, sports, and relationships. At Georgia, you are pushed to get more out of yourself than you ever thought possible. It’s about digging deep and bringing out your personal best in all aspects of life.”

Kasi Carroll (2004-07) All-SEC and Academic All-American “Being a Bulldog means more to me now that I have completed not only my athletic career, but my academic career at UGA. To be a Bulldog means to be the pride of your school, your community, your teammates, and most of all your family. I have made memories and friends that I will have for the rest of my life. Competing for Georgia developed me not only as an athlete but as a person. The things I learned on the field will help me in every aspect of my life in the future. Leaving the southern hospitality to move to the north makes me miss UGA everyday.”

Kim Wendland (2002-05) Three-time All-American “The University of Georgia will always have a special place in my heart. Not only did I get to exceed at the sport of softball, but I also received a great education. In the 4 1/2 years that I was at UGA I learned what it meant to be part of the Bulldog family, and that is something that will never be forgotten. I will always bleed Red & Black! My experience at UGA taught me so many great things that I can now take with me to my professional career. My experience at UGA was definitely one of the best times of my life!”

Michelle Green (2002-05) Two-time All-American


On the Road with the Bulldogs

With an emphasis on the “student� part of studentathlete, the Bulldog softball program is always looking for ways to help in the classroom. Without question, the rigors of traveling can at times have an adverse affect on a student-athlete’s schedule. That is why, when possible, the Bulldogs travel by airplane to games in order to maximize the time in their schedule, which allows them more time to concentrate on the books.

Within the past five seasons, the Bulldogs have traveled to Fullerton, Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Diego and Palm Springs, Calif., Miami, Fla., Honolulu, Hawaii and Oklahoma City!


Balance in Athletics & Academics Rankin M. Smith, Sr. Student-Athlete Academic Center

Rankin M. Smith

In the fall of 2009, the University of Georgia welcomed the most academically qualified freshmen class in UGA history. As the University of Georgia’s academic • curriculum has • become much more rig• orous, the need for an extensive learning center, complete with • adequate computer facilities and tutorial • services, is necessary for ongoing academic • success of UGA student-athletes. Dedicated in November, 2002, the new $7.2 million Rankin M. Smith, Sr. Student-Athlete Academic Center provides Georgia student-athletes with the most modern and impressive center in college athletics. The 30,000 square-foot center includes computer labs, tutorial rooms, conference centers, counselors’ offices, lecture hall, student lounge and banquet area among other things. It is named for the late Rankin M. Smith, UGA graduate and former owner of the Atlanta Falcons, and made possible by a gift from members of the Smith family.

2009 UGA Freshmen Enrollment of 4,332 3.80 average high school GPA 1,263 average SAT score 613 average writing SAT score 28 average ACT score 54% of the 2009 freshman class were in the top 10 percent of their graduating high school class

“The Rankin Smith Center is definitely a point of pride for the Athletic Association. We are fortunate to have a state-of-the-art academic facility that enables us to assist our student-athletes with their academic endeavors!” — Director of Athletics Damon Evans

2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll Jennie Auger, Alisa Goler, Sarah McCloud, Christina Reed, Taylor Schlopy, Kristin Schnake

2009 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

Zell B. Miller Learning Center

Brittany Hubbard, Whitney The Zell B. Miller LearnOwens, Kristyn Sandberg ing Center (pictured left) opened in August 2003 and offers 500 PC workstations, 96 group study rooms, a coffee shop and numerous other accommodations to fit the needs of UGA’s students. Georgia’s newest academic addition has 236,000 usable square feet of floor space and is located in the middle of the UGA campus off Lumpkin Street.


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Katie Lewis 2005 ESPN The Magazine Second-Team Academic All-American

The academic life of Georgia softball players is important and is a major focus in the overall experience of student-athletes at UGA. The academic atmosphere is one which encourages learning, growth in personal and career goals, and assisting others in becoming the best they can be. Graduation is the focus of Georgia’s student-athletes as they prepare for life after college — and after softball.

Kasi Carroll 2006 & 2007 ESPN The Magazine First-Team Academic All-American

“Opportunity: A good chance for self-advancement” Whatever the career goals of a student-athlete, becoming a Georgia Bulldog will provide you with the opportunity to achieve those objectives. All across the state of Georgia, the southeast, and in many of the 50 states, former Georgia Bulldogs are living lives of achievement, success and self-fulfillment. “In retrospect, I realize how fortunate and blessed I am to have been given the opportunity to play softball at the University of Georgia. Not only was it an honor to play for the Bulldog Nation, but more specifically, for Coach Harris and the entire softball staff. The daily challenges provided by the coaches have driven me to new heights on and off the field. For they have instilled in me the ability to be a leader, to never settle for mediocrity, and to respect your competitor. These invaluable lessons not only lead to success on the field, but will also lead to success off of the field as I pursue an education and career in the field of pharmacy.” Katie Lewis (Georgia, ‘05) • Lewis is currently enrolled in pharmacy school • ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American • SEC Academic Honor Roll “Looking back on my time spent at the University of Georgia, the first thought that comes to mind is how truly blessed I was. I will always value the lessons I’ve learned and the experiences I’ve gained. Playing softball for Coach Harris and her staff prepared me for the real world in ways I never anticipated. While the day-to-day competition gave me the drive to excel and to be the best on all of life’s playing fields, it was the structured and disciplined working environment and the attention to detail that Coach Harris and her staff demanded that has been the most beneficial to me in my professional life. I will always be grateful to Coach Harris and her staff for helping prepare me for the next phase of my life. Good luck and Go Dawgs!” Amy Brannan (Georgia, ‘03) • Brannan works as group sales representative with GE Financial Assurance • SEC Academic Honor Roll


CHAMPS/Life Skills / Endowments The CHAMPS/Life Skills program focuses on five commitments made by the University of Georgia to foster the growth and development of student-athletes. A Commitment to Academic Excellence... ensures that each student-athlete will have the opportunity to excel in his/her chosen field of study and that the athletic programs will provide services to support and enhance the academic success of student-athletes. A Commitment to Athletic Excellence... ensures that each student-athlete will be provided facilities, coaching staff, and support services that will enable each to excel in broad pro gram of sports sponsored by the university. The fundamental princpals of these programs will be based on a commitment to sportsmanship, equity, fair play and integrity. A Commitment to Personal Development... ensures that each student-athlete participating in a CHAMPS/Life Skills Program will be provided opportunities to focus on personal growth issues such as values clarification, goal setting, fiscal responsibility, decision making and stress managment. Each of these components will be focused toward developing a healthy lifestyle. A Commitment to Service... is our challenge to student-athletes to give back to communities and individuals who are in need. With a clearly defined program of service, our student-athletes will be given opportunities to develop the foundation for a lifelong commitment of volunteerism. A Commitment to Career Development... places a priority on preparing for life after college sports. The program acquaints students with job search process, provides networking opportunities and ultimately assists with job placement. As our programs work toward the development of the total person, the ultimate goal is to develop individuals who will have rewarding careers and productive life-styles.

EndowmEnts EnsurE

thE FuturE oF GEorGia athlEtics Beatrice F. Cole & Ronnie M. Cole Softball Scholarship The Athletic Scholarship Endowment Ronnie Cole, a 1973 graduate of UGA, endowed this scholarship Program was instituted to allow supporters of in honor of his mother. Ronnie and his mother Beatrice are passionate about supporting women’s athletics at the University of Georthe University of Georgia Athletic Association gia. Ronnie currently resides in Anderson, South Carolina where he to invest in the educational opportunities of practices law. 2009-10 Recipient: Alisa Goler UGA student-athletes. The program is vital to the future of Georgia Athletics by providing the Leon and Vickie Farmer Scholarship Leon and Vickie Farmer are long time suplong-term solution of keeping pace with escaports of the Athletic Association and hold lating expenses. A gift to establish a scholara strong believe in the scholarship endowment program being the future of Georgia ship provides income towards funding a scholAthletics. The Farmer’s have endowed 15 arship each year and permanently recognizes scholarships for student-athlete support. 2009-10 Recipient: Sarah McCloud the donor or any individual in whose honor the scholarship is named. A full scholarship is endowed through a gift of $150,000. These and other commitments represent Jimmy & Barbara Turner Softball Scholarship Endowment the foundation of the Georgia athletic proJimmy and Barbara Turner have endowed this scholarship to show their avid gram’s future. For more information on the support for the Georgia Bulldogs. This Scholarship Endowment Program or other givendowment will benefit a student athlete on the women’s softball team. Jimmy, a ing opportunities, please contact the developnative Athenian (BS ‘80, MPPPM ‘89) and ment office in the UGA Athletic Association at his wife Barbara, also serve on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Strike Zone (706) 542-9220. Softball Booster Club. 2009-10 Recipient: Taylor Schlopy


The University of Georgia Chartered by the Georgia General Assembly Jan. 27, 1785, in Savannah, The University of Georgia is America’s first state chartered university and the birthplace of the American system of public higher education. Two men who were leaders of the early University of Georgia also signed the United States Constitution. Abraham Baldwin, who wrote UGA’s charter and was the institution’s first president, and William Few, a member of the Board of Trustees, signed the Constitution on behalf of Georgia at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1787. • UGA is among the top schools in three major rankings of American universities for educational value. •UGA ranked first among national universities, both public and private, in payback ratio, according to the January 2008 issue of Smart Money magazine. The magazine, published by the Wall Street Journal, quantified the long-term value of education based on tuition costs and graduates’ earning power at different stages in their lives. UGA’s payback ratio is 338%. • UGA is ranked 20th among public universities in the 2009 U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” issue. U.S. News has ranked UGA 22nd or better for nine years in a row. • Kiplinger’s Magazine ranks UGA 4th on its list of best values among 100 public colleges and universities in America. • UGA was 10th on Princeton Review’s 2004 list of the 25 Most Connected Campuses, a ranking of universities with the best technological capabilities for teaching, learning and communicating. • U.S. News & World Report ranks the Terry College of Business’s MBA program 49th among more than 500 accredited MBA programs in the country. The rankings are based on reputation, student selectivity, placement success, faculty resources and research activity. • UGA has had 21 Rhodes Scholars including six since 1996. UGA was the only public university in America with two Rhodes Scholars in 2007. • UGA ranks fifth nationally in the number of students studying abroad. •UGA is home of the Peabody Awards, presented annually for excellence in television and radio news, entertainment and children’s programming. The Peabody archives, housed at UGA, contain some of the best radio and television programs produced in the last six decades. •The Eugene P. Odum School of Ecology, the first stand-alone academic school in the world devoted specifically to the study of ecology, began operation at UGA on July 1, 2007. •In addition to its status as a land-grant institution, the University of Georgia is one of 30 institutions in the U.S. to be designated a Sea Grant College. In 1980, the University of Georgia became the 15th institution to attain Sea Grant status - a recognition of excellence in marine research, education and advisory services. • The School of Law is tied for 32nd among the nation’s 100 top accredited law schools in rankings compiled by U.S. News & World Report. The school is tied for 11th among the nation’s public law schools and is one of the top four public law schools in the South. • The 229 first-year students who enrolled in the School of Law in 2008 had a median score on the Law School Admission Test of 163, placing them near the top 10 percent of test-takers nationwide. •The College of Veterinary Medicine ranks 12th among the nation’s veterinary schools and the College of Pharmacy is ranked 22nd in rankings compiled by U.S. News & World Report. • In 2008, UGA concluded the largest and most successful fund-raising effort in its 223-year history when the Archway to Excellence campaign ended with a total of $653.6 million. • Construction was recently completed on the expansion of the Tate Center, with a 500-space parking deck on the bottom two floors. The new Lamar Dodd School of Art building on East Campus opened in the fall of 2008. An expansion of the Pharmacy building is expected to be completed in 2009. The next major projects are an expansion of the Georgia Museum of Art and the construction of a Special Collections Library on Hull Street.

For more information about the University of Georgia and its national rankings, faculty, students, research, facilities and alumni visit www.uga.edu/profile/pride.html


The University of Georgia The University of Georgia’s reputation as a leader in higher education is well documented and growing every day. Programs in business, education, journalism, law and public administration are ranked in the top-20 nationally just like many of Georgia’s teams.

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Academic Rankings North Carolina Virginia William & Mary GEORGIA Florida

(Kiplinger’s Nation’s Best Public Universities that combine academics and affordable tuition)

The historic Arch is the cornerstone of North Campus and a popular landmark that students pass on their way to class.

“One of 16 HOT Schools” —Wall Street Journal

The Zell B. Miller Learning Center opened in the fall of 2003. The $43 million dollar facility is a 267,000 squarefoot building complete with classrooms, computer labs and a coffee shop.

U.S. News & World Report’s 2008 “Best Colleges” edition has UGA ranked 20th among public universities. U.S. News & World Report has ranked UGA 22nd or better for nine years in a row.


The University of Georgia UGA Quick Facts Founded......................... 1785 Location ..... Athens, Georgia Enrollment ................. 34,885 Size .........................615 acres Nickname ................Bulldogs Fight Song ...........“Glory, Glory”

Chartered by the Georgia General Assembly Jan. 27, 1785, in Savannah, The University of Georgia is America’s first state chartered university and the birthplace of the American system of public higher education.

high sTaNDarDs UGA’s impressive academic standards are reflected in the quality of students it attracts. The 2009 freshmen comprised a 1263 SAT average and a 3.83 GPA.

ToP-NoTch eDucaTioN UGA is among the top schools in three different rankings of American universities for educational value.

exTracurricular acTiviTies

Degree Programs UGA offers 22 Baccalaureate degrees in more than 140 fields, 33 Master’s degrees in 123 fields, 19 Educational Specialist degrees and four Doctoral degrees in 89 areas.

Students at UGA are afforded the opportunity to join over 500 student organizations, including 34 social fraternities and 24 social sororities.

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UGA students have access to the facilities at the Ramsey Student Center. The mammoth $40 million facility was cited by Sports Illustrated as the best student recreational facility in the country.

uga libraries The UGA Libraries features three facilities on the Athens campus: the Main Library, the Science Library and the Student Learning Center. Together, the libraries own over 4.5 million volumes and one of the nation’s largest map collections.


2009 UGA Athletics Year In Review

Women’s Cross Country --4th Jeff Pigg 2nd Highlights: Finished fourth at SEC Championships and NCAA South Regionals; Sophomore Kristie Krueger advanced to the NCAA Championships and finsihed 164th; Junior Kylie Foley earned All-Region honors.

Football 8-5 4-4 (3rdEastern Div.) Mark Richt 9th Highlights: Defeated Texas A&M 44-20 in the Independence Bowl to secure a national-leading 13th-straight season with at least eight wins; Sophomore Drew Butler named Ray Guy Award winner after leading the nation with 48.1 yards per punt. Men’s Golf -1st Chris Haack 13th Highlights: Reached the semifinals of the NCAA Championship and finished ranked No. 1 by Golfstat and the GCAA; Won 27th SEC Championship; Brian Harman, Hudson Swafford, Russel Henley, Harris English and Adame Mitchell named All-Americans.

Lu Harris-Champer

Women’s Golf -6th Kelley Hester 2nd Highlights: Finished 15th at the NCAA Championships. Freshman Marta Silva Zamora captured the individual SEC Championship at the conference meet while the Bulldogs finished sixth. Gymnastics 32-1 6-0 (1st) Suzanne Yoculan 26th Highlights: Georgia’s 2009 NCAA title was its fifth-straight and 10th in program history; Courtney Kupets won four of the five individual national titles and was named the Honda Award winner; Suzanne Yoculan retired turning the program over to Jay Clark.

Jack Bauerle

Men’s Tennis

Equestrian

Soccer 15-6-1 7-4 (3rd Eastern Div.) Patrick Baker 5th Highlights: Third-straight NCAA Tournament appearance; Baker became the winningest coach in program history (66 wins); Senior Carrie Patterson became UGA’s all-time leading scorer and earned All-SEC First Team honors; Laura Eddy named SEC Freshman of the Year, to the All-SEC Second Team and the SEC All-Freshman Team; Susannah Dennis named the SEC All-Freshman Team. Softball 47-12 18-7 (2nd Eastern Div.) Lu Harris-Champer 9th Highlights: Advanced to first-ever Women’s College World Series and finished with highest-ever ranking at No. 4; Named the Easton Sports, Inc., Team of the Year; Alisa Goler and Taylor Schlopy named first-team All-Americans; Goler set nine school records including batting average (.455), home runs (24), RBI (83) and total bases (164).

Manuel Diaz

Jeff Wallace

Track & Field

Men’s Golf

Women’s Tennis 19-2 9-1 (1st Eastern Div.) Jeff Wallace 24rd Highlights: Won second-straight SEC Tournament Championship; Advanced to the Final Four of the NCAA Championships; Finished ranked No. 3 nationally; Chelsey Gullickson and Nadja Gilchrist named All-Americans; Gullickson named ITA Rookie of the Year and SEC Freshman of the Year. Men’s Indoor Track --8th Wayne Norton 10th Highlights: Torrin Lawrence won the 200m dash at the SEC meet; Two Bulldogs earned All-America honors: Lawrence in the 200m and Justin Gaymon in the 400m dash. Women’s Indoor Track --11th Wayne Norton 10th Highlights: Distance medley relay team of Kristie Krueger, Carin Walker, Taylor Adams and Kiah Vernon placed third to pace the Bulldogs at the SEC Indoor Championships.

Wayne Norton Volleyball

Women’s Golf

Men’s Outdoor Track --T-5th Wayne Norton 10th Highlights: Finished 11th at NCAA Championships behind Christ Hill winning the individual national championship in the javelin; Justin Gaymon (400m hurdles), Nate Rolfe (hammer) and John Fressman (hammer) earned All-America honors. Women’s Outdoor Track --9th Wayne Norton 10th Highlights: Michelle Thompson finished second in the javelin at SEC Championships and 14th at NCAA Championships; Georgina Nembhard took 21st in the 200m and 23rd in the 100m dash at the NCAA meet. Volleyball 17-14 8-12 (T-5th) Joel McCartney 3rd Highlights: Won 17 matches for third-straight season; Finished SEC play at 8-12, tying for fifth in the league, the program’s highest finished since 2004; Valentina Gonzalez named All-SEC Second Team; Briana Bahr named All-SEC Freshman Team.

Women’s Tennis

Football

Women’s Swimming & Diving 9-0 5-0 Jack Bauerle 30th Highlights: Finished second at NCAA Championships; Three national championships winners: Allison Schmitt (500), Wendy Trott (1,650) and the 200 medley relay of Kristen Shickora, Kelly McNichols, Lisa Caprioglio and Anne-Marie Botek. Men’s Tennis 25-4 10-1 (2nd) Manuel Diaz 21st Highlights: Finished with a No. 6 national ranking and advanced to NCAA Elite Eight; Extended home match winning streak to 62-straight; Doubles team of Nate Schnugg and Jame Hunt earned All-America honors.

Chris Haack

Patrick Baker

Equestrian 12-4 -Meghan Boenig 7th Highlights: Won fourth national team title at Varsity Equestrian National Championship and fifth-straight Southern Championship; Haylie Jayne claimed the Equitation Over Fence individual national crown; UGA moves into permanent home at High Point Farm.

Men’s Swimming & Diving 5-4 3-2 Jack Bauerle 26th Highlights: Finished 10th at NCAA Championships; Troyden Prinsloo won national title in 1,650 freestyle; Neil Versfeld recorded fastest time in history in the 200-yard breaststroke for the national title.

Mark Richt

Kelley Hester

Men’s Cross Country --5th Jeff Pigg 2nd Highlights: Finished fifth at SEC Championships; Finished fourth at NCAA South Regionals with four runners earning All-Region honors: senior Bejan Abtahi, senior Dustin Tetley, freshman Bill Matthews and freshman Brett Richardson.

Swimming & Diving

Cross Country

Meghan Boenig

Women’s Basketball 18-14 7-7 (7th) Andy Landers 30th Highlights: The Lady Bulldogs achieved their 30th-straight winning season and 26th trip to the NCAA Tournament; Coach Andy Landers reached the 800 victory milestone; Ashley Houts and Angel Robinson were named All-SEC Second Team selections.

Softball

Women’s Basketball

Jeff Pigg

Jay Clark Soccer

Men’s Basketball

Andy Landers

Gymnastics

Baseball

Men’s Basketball 12-18 3-13 (6th Eastern Div.) Pete Herrmann 1st Highlights: In 2008-09, Trey Thompkins was named to the Freshman All-SEC Team after averaging 12.6 points and 7.4 rebounds per game. Mark Fox became the 21st head basketball coach in school history on April 3 after five successful seasons at the University of Nevada.

David Perno

Mark Fox

Overall SEC Team Record Record/Finish Head Coach Year Baseball 38-24 15-15 (6th) David Perno 8th Highlights: Achieved first No. 1 national ranking; Broke the 98-year old school record for the best start in program history and broke the program’s home run record; Had 11 players drafted in the MLB Draft; Rich Poythress set a school record for RBI with 85.

Joel McCartney


Georgia Greats / Notable Alumni GEORGIA GREATS The Bulldog athletic program has experienced a wide variety of success over the last several decades. From NCAA champions to Olympic gold medal winners to a member of the NBA Hall of Fame, Georgia has had many of its student-athletes reach the pinnacle of their respective sports.

Nicole Barber

Matias Boeker

Cris Carpenter

Nick Cassini

Teresa Edwards

Kristy Kowal

Karin Lichey

Priscilla Pacheco

Gwen Torrence

Herschel Walker

Dominique Wilkins

Stephanie Yarem

NOTABLE ALUMNI Dan Amos, CEO of AFLAC Bill Anderson, country music Hall of Fame artist Kim Basinger, actress John Bell, lead singer for the band Widespread Panic Robert Benham, first AfricanAmerican chief justice of Georgia Supreme Court James Blanchard, former CEO and chairman, Synovus Financial Corp. D.W. Brooks, founder of Gold Kist Alton Brown Alton Brown, host of Food Network’s Good Eats and Iron Chef America Brian Burton, (Danger Mouse), musician DangerDoom, Gnarls Barkley Chip Caray, sportscaster Saxby Chambliss, U.S. Senator of Georgia Kyle Chandler, actor, Friday Night Lights Mike Chapman, co-creator of Homestar Runner Maria Burgos Chavez, noted sculptor and artist Maxine Clark, founder and CEO of Build-A-Bear Workshop Peter Conlon, music promoter A.D. “Pete” Correll, chairman and CEO of Georgia-Pacific, Corp. Cathy Cox, Georgia Secretary of State Tiffany Dupont, actress, most known for roles in One Night with the King and Greek Bobbie Eakes, soap opera actress and singer Glenn Gilberti, professional wrestler Parker Gispert, lead singer for the band, The Whigs Bill Goldberg, professional wrestler Phil Gramm, former U.S. Senator, Texas Lewis Grizzard, the late syndicated newspaper columnist, humorist and author Colleen Haskell, former reality show contestant and actress Josh Holloway, actor most notably known for his role as Sawyer on ABC’s LOST

John Huey, editor-in-chief of Time, Inc. Raymond Hughes, chorus master of the Metropolitan Opera Charlayne Hunter-Gault, international journalist Johnny Isakson, U.S. Senator of Georgia M. Douglas Ivester, former chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola Co. Ernie Johnson, sportscaster W. Thomas Johnson, retired president, CNN Buckshot Jones, NASCAR driver Wayne Knight, actor “Newman” from Seinfeld Kate Michael, Miss District of Columbia 2006 Pat Mitchell, director of Museum of Television and Radio in New York City Hala Moddelmog, chief executive, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Cyd Moore, children’s book illustrator Julie Moran, former ABC Sports reporter and host of “Entertainment Tonight” Fred Newman, voice actor, composer - sound effects artist on A Prairie Home Companion Deborah Norville, television journalist William P. “Billy” Payne, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club and president and CEO of the Atlanta Committee for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games Sonny Perdue, Georgia governor Pylon, post-punk band; all four members attended the university: Vanessa Briscoe Hay, Randall Bewley, Curtis Crowe and Michael Lachowski R.E.M., popular alternative rock band; all four members attended the university: Michael Stipe Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Bill Berry Deborah Roberts, ABC News producer and correspondent Ryan Seacrest, radio and television personality Sonny Shroyer, actor (The Dukes of Hazzard, Forrest Gump, Ray) Corey Smith, musician Natasha Trethewey, former head cheerleader and current professor of English at Emory University, 2007 Pulitzer Prize winner in poetry Charles Wadsworth, classical pianist and composer Stuart Woods, novelist


The Legacy of Uga In the last 100 years of intercolFor the past 21 years, Uga’s legiate athletics, Georgia’s Uga jerseys have been custom-made has established himself as the at the beginning of each season nation’s most well-known masfrom the same material used for cot. the players’ jerseys. Uga also Owned by the Frank W. “Sonny” has been defined by his spiked Seiler family of Savannah, Georcollar, a symbol of the position gia, since Uga I first graced the which he holds. campus in 1956, each of the Uga Uga’s on-field home is a permascots is awarded a varsity manent air conditioned dogletter in the form of a plaque, house located next to the cheeridentical to those presented to leaders’ platform, providing all Georgia athletes. comfort in the heat of August Uga VII As determined and published and September. by the Pittsburgh Press, Georgia Uga VII, born Loran’s Best, is the only major college that was the most recent to roam actually buries its mascots within the confines of the sidelines as the mascot, serving from Aug. 30, the stadium. Epitaphs to the dogs are inscribed in 2008 until his unexpected passing due to heartbronze, and before each home game flowers are related causes in Nov. 2009. placed on their graves. Uga VIII will be introduced in 2010.

Uga I

Uga IV

The Uga line began with Uga I, born Hood’s Ole Dan. Uga I was given to Cecelia Seiler by a friend, Frank Heard of Columbus. The practice of having Uga wear a red jersey on the sideline at games began during his reign, which lasted from 1956-66.

Uga IV, born Seiler’s Uga Four, appeared at the Heisman Trophy banquet with Herschel Walker in 1982, the first mascot ever invited to the ceremony. Following his reign from 1981-89, Uga IV was declared “Dog of the Decade” by Vince Dooley in 1991.

Uga II

Uga V

Uga II, born Ole Dan’s Uga, took over at Homecoming, 1966. As he was led to midfield at Sanford Stadium, the student body erupted in a cheer that was picked up by the entire stadium, ‘‘Damn Good Dog!’’ His reign lasted until 1972.

Born Uga IV’s Magillicuddy II and reigning from 199099, Uga V appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, which proclaimed him the nation’s best college mascot. Uga V also appeared in Clint Eastwood’s “Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil.”

Uga III

Uga VI

Uga III, born Seiler’s Uga Three, was present for Georgia football’s finest moment as Herschel Walker guided the Bulldogs to the 1980 national championship. Uga III reigned from 1972-80, retiring on the 100th football game of his career.

Uga VI, born Uga V’s Watchagot Loran, reigned from 1999-2008. Uga VI was featured in an Emmywinning episode of Turner South’s Liars and Legends and as part of a college football segment on NBC Nightly News.


Georgia Traditions Bulldogs Many old timers say Georgia acquired the nickname, ‘‘Bulldogs,’’ because of the strong ties with Yale. Georgia’s first president, Abraham Baldwin, was a Yale man and the early buildings on campus were designed from blueprints of the same buildings at Yale. But on Nov. 3, 1920, Morgan Blake of the Atlanta Journal wrote about school nicknames and said, ‘‘The Georgia Bulldogs would sound good because there is a certain dignity about a bulldog, as well as ferocity.’’ After a 0-0 tie with Virginia in Charlottesville on Nov. 6, 1920, Atlanta Constitution writer Cliff Wheatley used the name ‘‘Bulldogs’’ in his story five times. The name has been used ever since.

The Chapel Bell The ringing of the chapel bell after a Georgia victory is a tradition that continues even though freshmen are no longer ordered to do the chore. In the 1890s, the playing field was located only yards from the Chapel and first-year students were compelled to ring the bell until midnight in celebration of a Bulldog victory. Today, students, alumni, and townspeople still rush to the Chapel to ring the bell after a gridiron victory.

The Arch The historic Arch which sits on the edge of North campus was installed in 1864. For years, freshmen were forbidden to walk under the Arch. Violators risked punishment from upperclassmen. Once rigidly enforced, the tradition of hazing of freshmen became passe’. However, many freshmen, learning of the tradition during orientation or from other sources, still choose to honor the century-old tradition.

Silver Britches Silver Britches were an innovation of Coach Wally Butts, who took over as head coach in 1939. The handsome pants, complimented by a bright red jersey, made for a striking uniform. Through the years, fans referred to the Bulldogs’ silver britches in their chants and on banners, but the phrase really caught on in the early 1950s with a cheer, banners and colorful vests that proclaimed ‘‘Go You Silver Britches.’’ Coach Vince Dooley redesigned the uniform when he came in 1964 and used white pants; however, he re-instituted the silver britches in 1980 just prior to Georgia’s national championship season.

How ’Bout Them Dogs! This is a slogan of recent vintage, but one that has become a battle cry of Bulldog fans probably because of its obvious grammatical slur. It first surfaced during the 1970s, especially during the 1978 season when the Bulldogs posted several come-from-behind victories. It gained national attention and exposure when Georgia won the national championship in 1980. A major wire-service used the phrase in its story of Georgia’s victory over Notre Dame.

Glory, Glory Among the University’s oldest and most lasting traditions is the school fight song, ‘‘Glory, Glory,’’ which is sung to the tune of ‘‘The Battle Hymn of the Republic.’’ It was sung at games in the 1890s, but arranged in its present form by Georgia’s immortal musician-composer Hugh Hodgson in 1915.

Between The Hedges A reference to Sanford Stadium that dates back to the early 1930s. The famous English privet hedges that surround Sanford Stadium’s playing field were only one foot high when the stadium was dedicated in 1929 and were protected by a wooden fence. It was natural for a clever sports writer, referring to an upcoming home game, to observe ‘‘that the Bulldogs will have their opponent ‘between the hedges.’’’ At least one old-timer says the phrase was first coined by legendary Atlanta sportswriter Grantland Rice.


Experience Athens

What They’re Saying About Athens “No. 1 Campus Scene that Rocks” — Rolling Stone

“One of Top 5 College Sports Towns” — Sports Illustrated

“Live Music Central” President’s House

— New York Times

“One of Top 10 College Towns” — Princeton Review

“One of Seven Cool Cities” — Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

Botanical Gardens

Ranks No. 5 on Kiplinger’s Personal Finance “2009 Best Cities”

Sanford Stadium


The “Classic City”

Downtown Athens

Athens Quick Facts Population ....................114,737 Location ................ 61 miles NE ..................................... of Atlanta Founded ............................ 1806 Average Temperatures July ............... High: 89, Low: 69 January ....... High: 52, Low: 33

The Arch

City Hall

Nestled below the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the “Classic City” fosters an eclectic environment where music lovers, sports enthusiasts and college students find common ground. Athens is a place where Southern history merges with 21st century technology, creating one of America’s “Great College Towns.” From downtown shopping to football games at Sanford Stadium, Athens has a little bit of everything for everyone. Athens, Georgia’s “Classic City,” is a prospering community, one that reflects the charm of the Old South while also developing in cultural and industrial areas. Athens is known for its stunning architectural heritage and irreplaceable treasures of the past, as well as its vibrant youthful side which has created a world-renowned music scene for decades. Athens-Clarke County is home to over 100,000 residents.


Experience Athens Downtown Athens

excelleNT shoPPiNg Shopping in Athens offers individuals the opportunity to purchase name brand clothing along with popular local fashion items. “One of Five Greatest Unsung Shopping Locales” - Lucky Magazine

greaT sPorTs Athens is home to the University of Georgia, which sponsors 21 varsity sports, making the Classic City one of the nations “Best College Sports Towns.”

The Taco Stand

The Grill

Porterhouse Grill

Delicious cuisiNe From steaks at the Porterhouse Grill, the Asian and Mediterranean influenced food at the East-West Bistro and the gourmet soul food at Five-Star Day Cafe to hamburgers and milkshakes at The Grill, Athens offers a wide array of food and unique dining experiences.

Sanford Stadium

“Best College Sports Towns” 1. Madison, Wis. 2. ATHENS, Ga. 3. Austin, Texas 4. Gainesville, Fla. 5. Boulder, Colo. - S. I. On Campus

East-West Bistro

Five-Star Day Cafe

The Varsity

cuTTiNg eDge Restaurants and coffeehouses such as Starbucks serve as popular hangouts for students throughout the day. With free Wi-Fi internet access downtown, Athens was recently ranked 4th among U.S. cities for “Wireless Hot Spots.”

Starbucks


Experience Athens live music ceNTral Labeled as “Live Music Central” by the New York Times, Athens does little to disappoint by blending an unique mixture of recording artists and local musicians at endless venues.

“Campus Scenes That Rock” 1. ATHENS, Ga. 2. Austin, Texas 3. Cambridge, Mass. 4. Chapel Hill, N.C. 5. Madison, Wis.

Athens’ landmark georgia TheaTre has played the likes of the Dave Matthews Band, R.E.M., John Mayer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Widespread Panic, Maroon 5, Dierks Bentley, Gary Allan, Pat Green, Sugarland and Bubba Sparxx. The Theatre is in a rebuilding effort following a fire in the summer of 2009.

- Rolling Stone

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Held every summer in Athens, AthFest attracts headliners and over 175 bands. Complete with over 17 venues and outdoor stages, AthFest is a musical highlight for the Classic City.

Sugarland

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One of the world’s most popular rock bands of the 20th century has its roots in Athens. Michael Stipe, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Bill Berry performed their first concert in Athens on April 19, 1980.

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KeNNy chesNey Country star Kenny Chesney visited Athens in February of 2004 and 2006 to perform in front of sold-out crowds at the historic 40 Watt Club.

Dierks Bentley

Pat Green

John Mayer


The State of Georgia georgia QuicK facTs Founded ..............................1733 Capital ............................ Atlanta Nickname ................ Peach State Population ................9,685,744 State Bird ..............Brown Thrasher State Fruit ......................... Peach State Crop ..................... Peanuts Over 100,000 people move to Georgia each year, ranking the state among the top 10 fastest growing states in the U.S.

Ilya Kovalchuk

Chipper Jones

Atlanta “Capital of the South” -- Often referred to as the “Capital of the South,” the city of Atlanta boasts a population of 519,145 in its city limits and over 5.2 million people living in the metro area. Georgia’s capital city offers a unique blend of arts and cultural destinations, world-class shopping and some of the best professional sports in the country. “Sports Fans Dream” -- Site of the 1996 Summer Olympics, Atlanta is home to several professional sports teams including the Braves (MLB), the Falcons (NFL), the Hawks (NBA), the Thrashers (NHL), the Silverbacks (USL), the Georgia Force (AFL) and the WNBA’s newest franchise, the Atlanta Dream.

Turner Field

“Center for Music Production” Atlanta is also a hub for music production with

Stone Mountain Lake Oconee

Ludacris

St. Simons Island

Usher native recording artists Usher, Ludacris, Outkast and Lil’ Jon.

“Georgia on My Mind” Outkast

North Georgia Mountains

is the official state song made famous by Ray Charles in 1960. Whether you are taking in the crisp air of the Georgia mountains or enjoying the weather on the Georgia coastline, the “Peach State” has something for everyone.


2009 Recap UGA Makes First-Ever Women’s College World Series Appearance Named Easton Team Of The Year

UGA Softball History

The Georgia Bulldogs finished the 2009 season with a 47-12 overall record, made the school’s eighth-consecutive NCAA Championship appearance and advanced to the program’s first-ever Women’s College World Series. Georgia, the Easton Sports, Inc., Team of the Year, reached the final four of the WCWS and was the only team to defeat eventual national champion Washington at the event. In both the USA Today/National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) final poll and the ESPN.com/USA Softball final poll, the Bulldogs ranked fourth behind national champion Washington, national runner-up Florida and Alabama. The ranking of fourth is the highest-ever for Georgia passing the program’s previous best of fifth during middle of the 2004 season. The Bulldogs were the nation’s youngest team in 2009 with 90-percent underclassman but still finished the year with NCAA statistics rankings of first in fielding percentage (.981), second in slugging percentage (.574), fourth in home runs per game (1.44), sixth in scoring (6.32 runs per game) and 10th in batting average (.319). Among the Southeastern Conference, where Georgia finished second in the Eastern Division and third overall with a record of 18-7, the Bulldogs set a new league record for team slugging percentage and would have set a new home run record with 85 long balls except for Florida’s 86 this season. Georgia also tied for the league lead in triples with 17 and its national-leading fielding percentage was the third-best in SEC history. In the Georgia record books, several team and individual records were broken in 2009. As a team, the Bulldogs established new single-season records for home runs, slugging percentage, on-base percentage and fielding percentage. They also tied the school record for sacrifice flies (23). Individually, sophomore Alisa Goler climbed to the top of multiple categories. She now stands as the single-season school record holder for batting average (.455), home runs (24), RBI (83), extra-base hits (41), total bases (164), slugging percentage (.994), on-base percentage (.551), walk-to-strikeout ratio (6.00) and “Toughest to K” with just six strikeouts per 165 at-bats. Both Goler’s RBI and slugging percentage totals established new SEC records, and her slugging percentage was the best mark in the nation this season. Goler’s 24 home runs were just one shy of the SEC record set by Alabama’s Kelly Kretschman in 1998. Right behind Goler’s charge into the record books was fellow sophomore Taylor Schlopy. If not for Goler, Schlopy would have set new Georgia records for slugging (.819) and on-base percentage (.550). Schlopy led the team in runs scored with 71, which tied for the third-best total in school history, and she also contributed 15 home runs and 47 RBI. Her 15 long balls rank tied fourth most in UGA history. Both Goler, a USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year top 10 finalist, and Schlopy, who was among 41 athletes chosen to attend the USA Softball Women’s National Team selection camp, were named first-team All-America by both the NFCA and Easton. The end of the 2009 season marked the end of seniors Christie Hamilton and Kristin Schnake’s Bulldog careers. Hamilton finishes her career at Georgia ranked fourth in several categories including appearances (108), starts (76), wins (56), complete games (50), shutouts (18/9), saves (4), innings pitched (534.1) and strikeouts (429). Schnake finishes her career at Georgia ranked fourth in assists (347), fifth in sacrifice hits (33) and tied 10th in stolen bases (42). Schnake signed with the USSSA Pride of the National Pro Fastpitch league to play professionally.

2009 Player Honors USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Top 10 Finalist Alisa Goler

All-SEC First Team Alisa Goler Taylor Schlopy

USA Softball Japan Cup Team Taylor Schlopy

All-SEC Second Team Christie Hamilton Brianna Hesson

USA Softball National Team Selection Camp Invitation Taylor Schlopy NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-America First Team Alisa Goler Taylor Schlopy Easton All-America First Team Alisa Goler Taylor Schlopy ESPN.com Softball All-America Team Alisa Goler All-Southeast Region Alisa Goler Taylor Schlopy

All-SEC Freshman Team Kristyn Sandberg All-SEC Defensive Team Kristin Schnake, SS SEC Community Service Team Sarah McCloud SEC Player of the Week Alisa Goler (2/23) Kristin Schnake (3/9) Taylor Schlopy (5/4)

Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team Alisa Goler Taylor Schlopy Easton Challenge All-Tournament Team Sarah McCloud Kristin Schnake CoSIDA ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Second Team Taylor Schlopy Preseason Top 50 Watchlist for the 2009 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Megan Wiggins

SEC Pitcher of the Week Christie Hamilton (3/30) Christie Hamilton (5/4)

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2009 Final Statistics 2009 Georgia Bulldog Softball Final Statistics Record: 47-12 Home: 27-2 Away: 10-5 Neutral: 10-5 SEC: 18-7 (All Games Sorted By Batting Average)

UGA Softball History

Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT Alisa Goler .455 59-59 165 47 75 17 0 24 83 164 .994 36 3 6 1 .551 3 0 3-3 Taylor Schlopy .406 57-57 155 71 63 11 4 15 47 127 .819 38 14 22 3 .550 2 0 21-22 Brianna Hesson .348 59-58 164 33 57 17 1 10 43 106 .646 24 3 29 0 .433 3 1 2-3 Kristin Schnake .321 58-58 168 52 54 8 2 5 30 81 .482 19 7 23 0 .404 4 12 16-16 Megan Wiggins .313 39-39 112 29 35 7 3 10 41 78 .696 15 2 17 0 .391 4 1 0-0 Lisaira Daniels .309 53-53 123 37 38 2 2 1 9 47 .382 15 2 28 0 .393 0 10 13-14 Kristyn Sandberg .297 58-57 158 23 47 6 0 9 26 80 .506 10 3 32 1 .349 1 6 1-3 Ashley Pauly .252 54-54 127 20 32 7 2 1 20 46 .362 7 2 10 0 .295 3 13 6-7 Tori Moody .225 44-36 102 7 23 1 0 5 22 39 .382 11 5 31 1 .325 2 2 0-0 -----------------May Branch .278 43-22 54 22 15 2 2 1 5 24 .444 4 5 15 0 .381 0 4 5-6 Tess Echols .262 40-15 42 7 11 1 0 1 3 15 .357 2 3 14 0 .340 0 1 5-6 Brittney Hubbard .178 46-11 45 16 8 2 1 2 8 18 .400 4 0 20 0 .245 0 2 5-7 Jennie Auger .152 24-11 33 7 5 0 0 1 5 8 .242 5 1 5 0 .275 1 0 1-1 Christina Reed .000 7-2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0-0 Emily Herren .000 5-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0 .500 0 0 0-0 Totals .319 59 1451 373 463 81 17 85 342 833 .574 191 50 253 6 .410 23 53 78-88 Opponents .209 59 1353 141 283 40 4 34 137 433 .320 168 28 248 12 .308 6 33 24-39 LOB - Team (338), Opp (321); DPs Turned - Team (22), Opp (13); IBB - Team (13), Goler 8, Wiggins 2, Pauly 1, Hesson 1, Schlopy 1, Opp (8). Picked off - Auger 1.

(All Games Sorted By Earned Run Average) Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP Christie Hamilton 1.95 26-9 44 29 21 8/4 1 211.1 144 64 59 65 164 24 2 19 758 .190 3 19 Sarah McCloud 2.89 17-2 32 27 10 6/3 1 131.0 105 54 54 81 58 11 2 11 466 .252 1 6 -----------------Whitney Owens 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/1 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 .143 0 0 Taylor Schlopy 2.62 2-0 4 2 2 1/0 0 13.1 13 6 5 8 11 1 0 0 51 .255 1 0 Erin Arevalo 5.15 2-1 9 1 0 0/2 0 17.2 20 17 13 14 14 4 0 4 71 .282 4 3 Totals 2.44 47-12 59 59 33 20/5 2 375.1 283 141 131 168 248 40 4 34 1353 .209 9 28 Opponents 6.14 12-47 59 59 28 5/0 0 352.1 463 373 309 191 253 81 17 85 1451 .319 26 50 PB - Team (10), Sandberg 9, Moody 1, Opp (4); Pickoffs - Team (1), Sandberg 1, Opp (1); SBA/ATT - Sandberg (22-36), Hamilton (14-22), McCloud (6-13), Arevalo (4-4), Moody (1-2), Herren (1-1).

Fielding Statistics (All Games Sorted By Fielding %) Player Brianna Hesson Taylor Schlopy Megan Wiggins Lisaira Daniels Tori Moody Jennie Auger Christina Reed Erin Arevalo Kristyn Sandberg Kristin Schnake Sarah McCloud Ashley Pauly Tess Echols Christie Hamilton Alisa Goler Maya Branch Emily Herren Brittney Hubbard Whitney Owens Totals Opponents

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PO 294 71 67 44 29 20 1 0 234 100 3 110 27 19 82 12 6 7 0 1126 1057

A 18 7 4 1 2 0 0 1 29 114 32 59 0 22 96 0 0 3 0 388 391

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 1 6 1 2 9 1 1 2 0 29 66

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .996 .977 .972 .966 .964 .953 .952 .923 .857 .833 .000 .981 .956

2009 Georgia Softball • NCAA Chapel Hill Regional Champion • NCAA Athens Super Regional Champion • Women’s College World Series Final Four


2009 Results Opponent vs. #20 Long Beach State $ vs. UC Riverside $ vs. Cal State Northridge $ vs. Oregon State $ Longwood ! Elon ! Cleveland State ! Winthrop ! Ball State ^ Tennessee State ^ Marshall ^ IUPUI ^ UNC Greensboro ^ vs. #24 Baylor % vs. #1 Washington % vs. #24 Baylor % vs. #1 Washington % at #1 Florida * at #1 Florida * #20 LSU * Kennesaw State at South Carolina * at South Carolina * at South Carolina * Mercer Kentucky * Kentucky * Kentucky * Furman at #4 Alabama * at #4 Alabama * at #4 Alabama * #22 Georgia Tech Ole Miss * Ole Miss * Ole Miss * Mississippi State * Mississippi State * at Auburn * at Auburn * at Auburn * Western Carolina #15 Tennessee * #15 Tennessee * #15 Tennessee * Georgia Southern at Arkansas * at Arkansas * vs. Kentucky # vs. Radford ~ at #15 North Carolina ~ at #15 North Carolina ~ #10 Ohio State + #10 Ohio State + vs. #3 Washington $$ vs. #11 Missouri $$ vs. #6 Michigan $$ vs. #3 Washington $$ vs. #3 Washington $$

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R-H-E 10-13-0 16-11-1 8-10-1 2-6-2 11-10-1 11-10-0 8-11-0 8-13-1 15-7-0 8-12-0 9-11-1 15-9-2 12-6-1 12-11-0 0-2-0 9-9-0 2-8-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 6-7-1 5-8-0 4-6-1 10-11-1 6-6-2 3-8-2 3-5-0 10-13-0 5-5-0 9-9-1 1-2-1 2-7-0 0-5-0 7-6-0 8-10-0 6-4-1 4-6-1 10-10-3 1-6-1 7-11-0 10-16-0 12-12-0 8-11-0 1-2-0 6-9-0 3-4-0 3-5-1 8-5-1 8-9-1 0-5-1 3-10-0 6-10-0 4-7-0 6-11-0 7-9-0 1-6-1 5-3-0 7-9-0 9-9-0 9-11-0

R-H-E 6-12-2 0-4-6 0-0-0 3-7-0 0-1-4 0-3-2 0-2-1 0-4-2 3-1-1 0-2-0 1-6-1 3-4-2 2-3-3 1-2-1 2-3-0 0-3-0 0-3-0 15-10-1 4-7-0 5-10-2 2-4-0 1-3-1 0-2-0 0-4-0 1-6-2 1-4-2 0-2-1 2-8-1 3-3-0 9-7-0 3-6-0 2-3-0 5-7-1 0-4-2 0-5-0 2-5-0 0-3-4 3-9-2 2-3-0 0-5-1 6-9-3 0-2-0 0-1-0 2-6-1 6-7-0 2-6-1 0-0-3 2-2-2 2-4-0 1-4-0 0-2-1 2-3-2 4-5-2 6-6-2 3-7-0 2-5-0 5-10-0 8-13-4 3-5-0

Innings 7 5 6 7 5 5 6 6 5 5 6 5 5 5 7 5 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 5 8 7 7 5 7 7 5 10 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 8 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 9 7

Overall 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1 8-1 9-1 10-1 11-1 12-1 13-1 13-2 14-2 15-2 15-3 15-4 16-4 17-4 18-4 19-4 20-4 21-4 22-4 23-4 24-4 25-4 25-5 25-6 25-7 26-7 27-7 28-7 29-7 30-7 30-8 31-8 32-8 33-8 34-8 35-8 36-8 36-9 37-9 38-9 39-9 39-10 40-10 41-10 42-10 43-10 44-10 44-11 45-11 46-11 47-11 47-12

SEC 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 7-2 7-3 7-4 7-5 7-5 8-5 9-5 10-5 11-5 11-6 12-6 13-6 14-6 14-6 15-6 16-6 16-7 16-7 17-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7 18-7

Pitcher of Record McCloud (W 1-0) McCloud (W 2-0) Hamilton (W 1-0) McCloud (L 2-1) McCloud (W 3-1) Schlopy (W 1-0) Hamilton (W 2-0) Hamilton (W 3-0) Hamilton (W 4-0) McCloud (W 4-1) Hamilton (W 5-0) McCloud (W 5-1) Schlopy (W 2-0) Hamilton (W 6-0) Hamilton (L 6-1) McCloud (W 6-1) McCloud (W 7-1) Hamilton (L 6-2) Hamilton (L 6-3) McCloud (W 8-1) Hamilton (W 7-4) McCloud (W 9-1) Arevalo (W 1-0) Hamilton (W 8-3) Hamilton (W 9-3) McCloud (W 10-1) Hamilton (W 10-3) Hamilton (W 11-3) Hamilton (W 12-3) McCloud (L 10-2) Hamilton (L 12-4) Hamilton (L 12-5) Hamilton (W 13-5) McCloud (W 11-2) Hamilton (W 14-5) Hamilton (W 15-5) McCloud (W 12-2) Hamilton (L 15-6) McCloud (W 13-2) Hamilton (W 16-6) Hamilton (W 17-6) McCloud (W 14-2) Hamilton (W 18-6) McCloud (W 15-2) Hamilton (L 18-7) Hamilton (W 19-7) Hamilton (W 20-7) Hamilton (W 21-7) Hamilton (L 21-8) McCloud (W 16-2) Hamilton (W 22-8) Hamilton (W 23-8) McCloud (W 17-2) Hamilton (W 24-8) Hamilton (L 24-9) Hamilton (W 25-9) Hamilton (W 26-9) Arevalo (W 2-0) Arevalo (W 2-1)

Attendance 105 88 127 337 410 535 508 492 335 178 405 306 156 2261 3012 3012 2075 -927 212 336 -229 164 173 146 -407 208 -2685 1949 1095 631 -1434 -435 -1642 416 235 -1522 1877 632 -619 872 418 348 318 508 871 6093 7145 8475 7172 4954

Time 2:11 1:36 3:25 1:45 1:28 1:22 1:29 1:34 1:49 1:21 1:50 1:58 1:38 1:28 2:09 1:20 2:12 1:46 1:33 2:34 1:35 1:53 1:55 1:38 1:57 1:45 1:26 1:53 1:45 1:54 2:26 2:00 1:59 1:39 1:46 1:49 1:27 2:10 2:10 2:04 2:37 1:20 1:41 2:18 2:24 2:25 1:57 1:58 1:32 1:33 2:09 2:42 2:32 2:58 2:17 2:19 2:19 4:15 2:40

*Southeastern Conference Game; $ = Cathedral City Kickoff, Cathedral City, Calif.; ! = Second-Annual Red & Black Showcase, Athens, Ga.; ^ = Sixth-Annual Georgia Softball Classic, Athens, Ga.; % = Easton Challenge, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; # = SEC Tournament, Knoxville, Tenn.; ~ = NCAA Regionals, Chapel Hill, N.C.; + = NCAA Super Regionals, Athens, Ga.; $$ = Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, Okla.

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Date Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 11 Mar. 11 Mar. 14 Mar. 18 Mar. 21 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 25 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Mar. 29 Apr. 1 Apr. 4 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 8 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 11 Apr. 15 Apr. 15 Apr. 18 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 22 Apr. 25 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 29 May 3 May 3 May 7 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 21 May 22 May 28 May 30 May 30 May 31 May 31


UGA Softball History

All-Time Series Results Opponent Akron Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Alabama State Albany Appalachian State Arizona State Arizona Arkansas Auburn Ball State Baylor Bethune-Cookman Boston College Brigham Young Buffalo Butler Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge California UC Davis UC Riverside UCLA Campbell Centenary Central Michigan Charleston Charleston Southern Charlotte Cleveland State Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Connecticut Creighton Delaware State DePaul Drake Drexel East Carolina East Tennessee Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Elon Florida Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida State Fresno State Furman George Mason Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Hawaii Hofstra Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Indiana State Iowa Iowa State IUPUI Jacksonville State Kansas Kennesaw State Kent State Kentucky Lehigh Limestone Lipscomb Long Beach State Long Island Longwood Louisiana-Lafayette LSU Louisiana Tech Loyola-Chicago Marshall Maryland Maryland-Baltimore County Massachusetts McNeese State Mercer Michigan Michigan State Minnesota

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Record 0-1 11-26 5-1 1-0 2-0 11-0 0-2 0-3 26-10 24-11 3-0 2-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 2-3 2-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-10 5-1 2-0 1-1 2-0 2-0 9-1 1-0 1-0 8-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 2-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 5-0 16-28 2-0 3-1 9-0 5-5 0-2 14-1 1-0 20-1 8-2 16-9 2-0 1-0 1-1 3-1 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-1 0-2 1-2 3-0 38-9 1-0 2-0 1-0 3-1 2-0 2-1 1-2 13-27 2-2 1-0 10-1 5-3 1-0 2-2 2-0 13-0 2-4 4-1 0-1

Pct. .000 .297 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .722 .686 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .400 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .091 .833 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .900 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .364 1.000 .750 1.000 .500 .000 .933 1.000 .952 .800 .640 1.000 1.000 .500 .750 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 .333 1.000 .809 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 .667 .333 .325 .500 1.000 .909 .625 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .333 .800 .000

Last 1998 2009 2001 2004 2008 2006 2001 2004 2009 2009 2009 2009 2003 2003 2008 2007 2008 2006 2009 1999 2006 2009 2008 2008 1998 2004 1997 2001 2005 2009 2007 2008 2003 2007 2001 2008 1998 2003 2008 2002 2004 2006 2009 2009 2007 2004 2008 2007 2003 2009 1998 2009 2007 2009 2007 1999 1998 2008 1997 2006 2004 2009 2005 2000 2009 2008 2009 2007 1997 2001 2009 2003 2009 2007 2009 1998 2006 2009 2005 2002 2005 2007 2009 2009 2008 1998

Result L, 0-4 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 W, 8-0 W, 4-0 W, 9-0 L, 1-10 L, 2-8 W, 8-2 (6) W, 12-6 W, 15-2 (5) W, 9-0 (5) W, 6-0 W, 11-0 W, 4-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-1 L, 2-3 W, 8-0 (6) L, 0-3 W, 9-0 W, 16-0 (5) L, 0-6 W, 9-0 W, 1-0 W, 8-0 W, 7-0 W, 9-1 W, 23-0 W, 8-0 (6) W, 5-1 W, 4-0 W, 11-0 W, 3-0 W, 10-2 L, 5-6 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 (8) W, 11-0 W, 10-5 W, 3-2 W, 11-0 (5) L, 0-4 W, 6-0 W, 1-0 W, 6-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-1 W, 9-3 W, 9-2 W, 3-2 (8) W, 9-0 W, 7-5 W, 9-6 W, 10-2 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 5-6 W, 2-0 W, 15-3 (5) W, 13-5 L, 3-4 W, 5-2 W, 3-1 L, 0-2 W. 8-0 W, 5-4 W, 2-0 W, 10-6 W, 5-1 W, 11-0 (5) L, 2-7 W, 6-5 W, 4-3 W, 6-2 W, 9-1 (6) W, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 4-3 W, 8-0 W, 3-1 W, 7-5 W, 4-1 L, 0-8

Opponent Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri Nebraska UNLV New Mexico State Nicholls State North Carolina North Carolina A&T UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington Northeast Louisiana North Florida Northwestern Northwestern State Notre Dame Oakland Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Penn State Pittsburgh Princeton Providence Purdue Radford Robert Morris Saint Joseph’s (PA) Saint Mary’s (CA) San Diego State Seton Hall South Carolina USC Aiken Southeast Louisiana Southern Illinois South Florida St. John’s (NY) Stanford Stetson Syracuse Temple Tennessee UT-Chattanooga UT-Martin Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Texas A&M Texas Tech Utah State Virginia Tech Washington Western Carolina Western Illinois Western Kentucky Wichita State Winthrop Totals

Record 26-7 18-21 1-2 2-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 6-2 1-0 4-0 2-0 0-1 2-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 1-1 1-3 2-2 2-1 2-0 2-0 1-1 4-0 3-0 1-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 24-23 4-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-2 1-0 2-0 2-0 25-22 3-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 3-1 2-0 1-1 2-1 3-7 2-0 1-0 3-0 2-0 14-2 567-291

Pct. .788 .462 .333 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .500 .250 .500 .667 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .511 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 .333 1.000 1.000 1.000 .532 .755 1.000 1.000 .500 .750 1.000 .500 .667 .300 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .875 .661

Last 2009 2009 2009 2007 2008 1999 2002 2008 2001 2009 2004 1997 2008 2000 2004 2004 2005 2009 2008 2000 2007 2009 2004 1999 2002 2008 2006 2009 1999 2004 2007 2008 2006 2009 1998 2003 2007 2000 2002 2003 2002 2007 2000 2009 2000 2002 2009 2005 2004 2006 2001 2007 2009 2009 2004 2007 2007 2009

Result W, 4-2 L, 1-3 (10) W, 5-2 W, 3-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-1 W, 10-1 W, 4-2 W, 8-4 W, 12-2 W, 11-0 L, 0-2 W, 10-2 (5) W, 5-3 W, 6-0 W, 7-1 W, 9-1 W, 7-6 L, 0-3 W, 5-0 L, 0-6 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 4-3 L, 0-4 W, 6-2 W, 3-1 W, 4-3 W, 15-1 W, 8-0 W, 7-6 W, 17-5 W, 6-0 W, 8-1 W, 13-0 W, 3-1 W, 9-1 W, 9-1 W, 2-0 W, 7-0 W, 5-3 W, 1-0 L, 3-6 W, 1-0 W, 6-1 W, 8-0 (5) W, 7-3 W, 5-1 W, 9-2 L, 1-3 L, 0-4 L, 3-9 W, 8-0 (5) W, 11-0 W, 8-1 W, 4-3 W, 8-0 (6)

Georgia vs. All Conferences Conference American East Atlantic Coast Atlantic Sun Atlantic Ten Big 12 Big East Big South Big Ten Big West Colonial Conference USA Horizon League Independents Ivy League Mid-American Mid-Continent Mid-Eastern Athletic Midwestern Missouri Valley

Record 4-0 33-20 20-0 9-2 12-8 12-2 25-2 16-10 10-4 9-0 17-1 4-0 8-3 2-0 15-2 2-0 7-0 1-1 10-1

Pct. 1.000 .623 1.000 .818 .600 .857 .926 .615 .714 1.000 .944 1.000 .700 1.000 .882 1.000 1.000 .500 .909

Conference Record Pct. Mountain West 4-0 1.000 Northeast 3-1 .750 Ohio Valley 5-1 .833 Pacific-10 8-30 .211 Pacific Coast 1-0 1.000 Patriot League 1-0 1.000 Peach Belt 4-2 .667 Southeastern 221-184 .546 Southern 64-5 .928 Southern Alliance 3-2 .600 Southland 6-1 .857 Southwestern Athletic 1-0 1.000 The Summit League 1-0 1.000 Sun Belt 15-2 .882 Trans America 11-4 .733 Western Athletic 2-3 .400 Totals 567-291 .661 *Records include conference alignment at time of meeting


Year-By-Year Results

2/11 2/11 2/14 2/14 2/20 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/21 2/22 2/24 2/24 2/26 2/26 2/28 2/28 3/5

1998 –– (34-26, 11-17 SEC) 13-11 Home; 15-8 Away; 6-7 Neutral Head Coach: Alleen Hawkins USC Aiken W, 9-1 USC Aiken W, 8-1 at Georgia Southern W, 1-0 at Georgia Southern W, 14-2 vs. Akron# L, 0-4 vs. George Mason$ W, 9-2 vs. North Carolina$ W, 5-4 vs. Virginia Tech$ W, 4-3(9) vs. Maryland$ W, 1-0 vs. Minnesota$ L, 0-8 UNC Charlotte W, 8-1 UNC Charlotte L, 1-2 at Winthrop L, 0-1 at Winthrop W, 1-0 UNC Greensboro W, 5-0 UNC Greensboro W , 7-0 vs. Central Michigan! L, 0-12

2/12 2/12 2/13 2/13 2/14 2/14 2/17 2/20 2/20 2/24 2/24 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/24 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 4/4 4/4 4/9

1999 –– (28-31, 11-17 SEC) 12-7 Home; 10-12 Away; 6-12 Neutral Head Coach: Alleen Hawkins vs. No. 13 Long Beach St.$ L, 6-7 vs. No. 18 Arizona St.$ L, 1-9 vs. New Mexico St.$ W, 7-1 vs. Utah State$ W, 5-4 vs. California$ L, 0-3 vs. Maryland$ L, 4-9 at Mercer W, 6-0 Georgia Southern W, 5-1 Georgia Southern W, 4-1 at UNC Charlotte W, 8-0 (6) at UNC Charlotte W, 2-1 vs. Mississippi State! L, 1-5 vs. No. 14 Michigan! L, 3-4 vs. Florida Atlantic! W, 2-1 vs. Hofstra! W, 10-2 (5) vs. Florida State! L, 0-5 Pittsburgh W, 4-1 Pittsburgh W, 3-1 vs. Robert Morris^ L, 1-2 vs. Marshall^ W, 3-0 vs. No. 22 Massachusetts^ L, 0-1 vs. Kansas^ L, 0-2 vs. Robert Morris^ W, 4-3 Tennessee* W, 3-2 Tennessee* W, 3-2 Tennessee* W, 5-4 Tennessee* W, 9-8 at UT Chattanooga W, 3-0 at UT Chattanooga L, 4-5 at Ole Miss* W, 6-1 at Ole Miss* W, 4-3 (10) at Mississippi State* L, 1-5 at Mississippi State* L, 1-2 (10) Florida State W, 5-0 Florida State L, 0-6 at Kentucky* L, 2-3

4/9 at Kentucky* W, 3-2 4/10 at Kentucky* W, 5-2 4/10 at Kentucky* W, 4-2 4/14 Georgia Tech W, 3-2(8) 4/16 at No. 9 LSU* L, 1-3 4/16 at No. 9 LSU* L, 0-5 4/18 at Arkansas* L, 2-3 4/18 at Arkansas* L, 0-1(8) 4/23 at No. 16 South Carolina* L, 0-1 4/23 at No. 16 South Carolina* L, 1-3 4/24 at No. 16 South Carolina* L, 0-2 4/24 at No. 16 South Carolina* L, 0-1 4/28 at Georgia Tech W, 10-0 (5) 5/1 Auburn* W, 4-2 (10) 5/1 Auburn* L, 0-8 (6) 5/2 Alabama* L, 3-6 5/2 Alabama* L, 0-4 5/7 Florida* L, 3-4 5/7 Florida* L, 2-4 5/8 Florida* W, 7-6 (9) 5/8 Florida* L, 0-2 5/13 LSU# L, 0-8 5/14 South Carolina# L, 0-4 * Southeastern Conference Game $ ASU/Fiesta Bowl Tournament, Phoenix, Ariz. ! USF/Speedline Invitational at Tampa, Fla. ^ FSU Invitational at Tallahassee, Fla. # SEC Tournament, Columbus, Ga.

2/4 2/4 2/5 2/5 2/7 2/7 2/11 2/11 2/12 2/12 2/13 2/19 2/19 2/22 2/22 2/26 2/26 2/29 2/29 3/2 3/2 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/29 3/29 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/5 4/5 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/28 4/28

2000 –– (28-33, 9-19 SEC) 14-14 Home; 6-10 Away; 8-9 Neutral Head Coach: Alleen Hawkins vs. Florida Atlantic$ L, 2-9 vs. FIU$ W, 11-3 (5) vs. Northwestern$ L, 2-3 vs. Maryland$ L, 5-6 vs. South Florida$ W, 9-1 (5) vs. Northwestern$ W, 5-3 vs. No. 4 Arizona! L, 1-11 (5) vs. No. 16 Massachusetts! W, 4-2 vs. Kansas! L, 3-4 vs. No. 21 Stanford! L, 3-8 vs. Texas A&M! W, 3-1 at Georgia Southern W, 5-3 at Georgia Southern L, 0-1 Georgia State L, 0-2 Georgia State L, 0-12 (5) Alabama-Birmingham W, 2-0 Alabama-Birmingham W, 7-0 UT Chattanooga W, 1-0 (11) UT Chattanooga W, 1-0 at Georgia Tech W, 7-1 at Georgia Tech L, 5-6 vs. No. 21 Oklahoma St.^ W, 5-0 vs. No. 13 Iowa^ L, 0-9 (5) vs. Tennessee Tech^ L, 2-3 vs. Ball State^ W, 1-0 vs. Temple^ W, 1-0 vs. No. 18 South Carolina^ L, 0-2 at Tennessee* W, 8-6 at Tennessee* L, 2-6 at Tennessee* L, 1-8 at Tennessee* W, 10-2 Ole Miss* L, 2-4 (11) Ole Miss* L, 6-7 No. 21 Mississippi State* L, 6-8 No. 21 Mississippi State* L, 2-3 UNC Charlotte W, 9-0 (5) UNC Charlotte W, 1-0 Kentucky* L, 1-3 Kentucky* W, 3-2 Kentucky* L, 0-3 Kentucky* L, 0-2 Furman W, 8-0 (6) Furman L, 3-4 (11) College of Charleston W, 6-3 College of Charleston W, 4-1 Arkansas* L, 4-7 Arkansas* L, 0-4 No. 7 LSU* L, 2-4 No. 7 LSU* L, 0-7 No. 21 South Carolina* W, 2-1 (10) No. 21 South Carolina* W, 2-0 No. 21 South Carolina* W, 2-0 No. 21 South Carolina* W, 1-0 at Auburn* L, 2-3 at Auburn* L, 5-7

4/29 at No. 10 Alabama* L, 2-3 (10) 4/29 at No. 10 Alabama* L, 0-5 5/6 at Florida* W, 5-0 5/6 at Florida* W, 2-1 5/7 at Florida* L, 0-2 5/7 at Florida* L, 0-5 * Southeastern Conference Game $ Louisville Slugger Tournament, Tampa, Fla. ! Fiesta Bowl Tournament, Phoenix, Ariz. ^ Speedline, Tampa, Fla.

2001 –– (33-26, 9-18 SEC) 20-11 Home; 6-8 Away; 7-7 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris 2/3 Elon W, 5-4 2/3 Elon W, 4-1 2/4 Appalachian State W, 13-2 2/4 Appalachian State W, 7-4 2/9 vs. No. 3 Arizona$ L, 0-8 2/9 vs. Texas Tech$ W, 1-0 2/10 vs. Utah State$ L, 1-3 (8) 2/10 vs. No. 6 Arizona State$ L, 1-10 2/11 vs. Massachusetts$ L, 3-7 2/11 vs. No. 4 Washington$ L, 4-7 (10) 2/15 Alabama-Birmingham W, 1-0 2/15 Alabama-Birmingham L, 1-5 (9) 2/16 Lipscomb! W, 2-0 2/16 Marshall! W, 3-0 2/17 Alabama-Birmingham! W, 4-2 2/17 Charleston Southern! W, 4-1 2/18 Charleston Southern! W, 9-1 2/18 Alabama-Birmingham! W, 2-0 2/23 vs No. 18 Michigan^ W, 8-5 2/23 vs. Missouri^ L, 1-4 2/24 vs. No. 8 Fresno State^ L, 2-7 2/24 vs. Long Island^ W, 12-6 3/2 vs. Delaware State% W, 10-2 3/2 vs. Mercer% W, 7-4 3/3 vs. Coll. of Charleston% W, 9-5 3/3 vs. N.C. A&T% W, 8-4 3/7 at Kentucky* L, 1-4 3/7 at Kentucky* W, 9-6 3/10 No. 3 Alabama* L, 0-11 3/10 No. 3 Alabama* L, 2-4 3/11 No. 3 Alabama* L, 1-9 3/17 Auburn* L, 0-4 3/17 Auburn* W, 1-0 3/18 Auburn* L, 2-8 3/23 at Mississippi State* L, 2-4 3/24 at Mississippi State* L, 5-6 (10) 3/24 at Mississippi State* L, 7-8 3/28 No.19 South Carolina* L, 0-6 3/28 No.19 South Carolina* L, 3-5 3/31 No. 7 LSU* L, 0-8 3/31 No. 7 LSU* L, 1-5 4/1 No. 7 LSU* L, 0-3 4/7 at Arkansas* W, 3-1 4/7 at Arkansas* L, 1-6 4/8 at Arkansas* L, 2-3 (8) 4/11 Georgia Tech W, 5-4 4/11 Georgia Tech W, 3-2 4/14 Florida* W, 7-1 4/14 Florida* W, 8-7 (9) 4/21 at Ole Miss* W, 2-0 4/21 at Ole Miss* W, 3-2 4/22 at Ole Miss* L, 0-5 4/25 Furman W, 7-3 4/25 Furman W, 3-1 4/26 Coll. of Charleston W, 6-3 4/26 Coll. of Charleston W, 6-5 5/5 at Tennessee* W, 9-2 5/5 at Tennessee* L, 3-6 5/6 at Tennessee* W, 2-0 * Southeastern Conference Game $ Fiesta Bowl Classic, Phoenix, Ariz. ! Georgia Bulldog Classic ^ NFCA Leadoff Classic, Columbus, Ga. % CSU Invitational, Charleston, S.C.

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UGA Softball History

1997 –– (25-33, 7-21 SEC) 14-15 Home; 6-12 Away; 5-6 Neutral Head Coach: Alleen Hawkins 2/15 Mercer W, 5-1 2/15 Mercer W, 2-1 2/20 USC Aiken W, 3-1 2/20 USC Aiken W, 12-3 2/22 Georgia Southern W, 6-1 2/22 Georgia Southern W, 8-2 2/23 Georgia Southern W, 8-2 2/26 Louisiana Tech L, 0-10 2/26 Louisiana Tech L, 1-5 3/1 vs. Indiana State$ W, 3-2 3/2 vs. Georgia Tech$ W, 8-2 3/2 vs. Georgia State$ W, 4-1 3/4 Charleston W, 8-0 3/4 Charleston W, 7-0 3/7 vs. No. 13 South Florida! L, 0-5 3/7 vs. Marshall! L, 0-8 3/7 vs. No. 6 Michigan! L, 3-4 3/8 vs. Temple! W, 8-1 3/8 vs. No. 11 Oklahoma State! L, 1-10 3/15 Tennessee* L, 0-7 3/15 Tennessee* L, 0-4 3/16 Tennessee* L, 2-11 3/16 Tennessee* L, 1-3 3/21 vs. Campbell^ W, 5-0 3/21 vs. Illinois-Chicago^ L, 1-9 3/22 vs. UNC Wilmington^ W, 7-1 3/22 vs. Penn State^ L, 1-3 3/22 vs. No. 24 Northeast La.^ L, 0-2 3/25 at Ole Miss* L, 1-4 3/25 at Ole Miss* W, 1-0 3/26 at Mississippi State* L, 2-5 3/26 at Mississippi State* L, 7-8 (10) 4/3 Campbell L, 1-5 4/3 Campbell W, 5-3 4/5 at Kentucky* W, 2-0 4/5 at Kentucky* L, 1-2 4/6 at Kentucky* W, 7-0 4/6 at Kentucky* W, 13-8 4/9 Kennesaw State L, 2-5 4/9 Kennesaw State L, 3-4 (8) 4/11 at LSU* L, 1-4 (8) 4/11 at LSU* L, 1-3 4/13 at Arkansas* L, 1-2 4/13 at Arkansas* W, 4-3 4/16 Limestone W, 9-1 4/16 Limestone W, 5-4 (9) 4/19 at No. 3 South Carolina* L, 0-2 4/19 at No. 3 South Carolina* L, 0-3 4/20 at No. 3 South Carolina* L, 0-2 4/20 at No. 3 South Carolina* L, 4-7 4/25 Auburn* W, 1-0 4/25 Auburn* L, 4-6 4/27 Alabama* L, 0-4 4/27 Alabama* W, 4-1 5/1 Florida* L, 0-1 5/1 Florida* L, 0-1 5/2 Florida* L, 3-4 5/2 Florida* L, 3-4 * Southeastern Conference Game $ Georgia State Tournament, Atlanta, Ga. ! Speedline Classic, Tampa, Fla. ^ Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C.

3/5 vs. No. 12 Florida State! L, 5-6 3/6 vs. Illinois-Chicago! W, 3-2 3/6 vs. No. 9 Missouri! L, 1-5 3/7 vs. Purdue! W, 6-3(10) 3/13 at Tennessee* L, 3-5 3/13 at Tennessee* W, 5-4(8) 3/14 at Tennessee* W, 3-1(8) 3/14 at Tennessee* L, 1-4 3/21 Ole Miss* L, 0-6 3/21 Ole Miss* W, 2-0 3/22 Mississippi State* L, 4-7(9) 3/22 Mississippi State* W, 4-2 3/25 Drake W, 2-0 3/25 Drake W, 1-0 3/27 at Louisiana Tech W, 5-1 3/27 at Louisiana Tech W, 4-3 3/28 at Centenary W, 4-0 3/28 at Centenary W, 1-0 4/4 Kentucky* W, 7-2 4/4 Kentucky* W, 8-4 4/5 Kentucky* W, 7-4 4/5 Kentucky* L, 0-1 4/8 at Furman W, 5-2 4/8 at Furman W, 1-0 4/10 No. 13 LSU* L, 0-4 4/10 No. 13 LSU* L, 1-10 4/12 Arkansas* L, 0-3 4/12 Arkansas* L, 1-2 4/17 South Carolina* W, 3-2(9) 4/17 South Carolina* L, 3-5(10) 4/18 South Carolina* L, 4-5 4/18 South Carolina* L, 3-5 4/21 at Georgia Tech W, 2-0 4/24 at Auburn* W, 4-1 4/24 at Auburn* W, 3-0 4/26 at Alabama* L. 2-7 4/26 at Alabama* W, 5-3 5/1 at No. 25 Florida* L, 0-1(8) 5/1 at No. 25 Florida* L, 0-4 5/2 at No. 25 Florida* L, 0-8 5/2 at No. 25 Florida* L, 0-4 5/8 vs. No. 23 Florida# L, 1-3 5/8 vs. Mississippi State# L, 2-3 * Southeastern Conference Game $ Triangle Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. ! Speedline Classic, Tampa, Fla. # SEC Tournament, Columbus, Ga.


UGA Softball History

Year-By-Year Results 2002 –– (59-17, 18-12 SEC) 25-4 Home; 15-10 Away; 19-3 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer NCAA Regionals 2/1 vs. Kentucky$ W, 9-2 2/1 at FIU$ W, 4-0 2/2 vs. Illinois State$ W, 9-5 2/2 vs. Kentucky$ W, 4-3 2/3 at FIU$ W, 1-0 2/8 vs. Purdue! W, 3-2 2/8 vs. Bethune-Cookman! W, 5-2 2/9 vs. Marshall! W, 6-0 2/9 vs. Stetson! W, 7-0 2/10 vs. Purdue! W, 1-0 2/15 at #15 Florida State^ W, 3-2 2/16 vs. Penn State^ W, 3-0 2/16 vs. Syracuse^ W, 2-1 2/17 vs. Maryland^ W, 4-2 2/17 vs. St. John’s^ W, 9-1 2/22 Appalachian State% W, 10-0 2/22 East Tennessee% W, 7-0 2/23 Appalachian State% W, 9-0 2/23 Marshall% W, 6-1 2/24 Marshall% W, 12-0 2/24 East Tennessee% W, 11-0 3/1 UT-Martin& W, 6-1 3/3 vs. Coll. of Charleston& W, 9-0 3/3 vs. Georgia State& W, 8-6 3/9 at #16 Alabama* L, 9-4 3/9 at #16 Alabama* W, 3-0 3/10 at #16 Alabama* L, 1-2 3/13 Tennessee* L, 0-4 3/13 Tennessee* W, 9-1 3/14 Tennessee* W, 6-3 3/16 at Auburn* W, 5-3 3/16 at Auburn* W, 12-2 3/17 at Auburn* W, 8-1 3/19 Princeton@ W, 3-0 3/19 Nicholls State@ W, 3-0 3/20 Princeton@ W, 4-3 3/20 Nicholls State@ W, 10-1 3/23 Mississippi State* W, 3-1 3/23 Mississippi State* L, 1-2 3/24 Mississippi State* L, 3-4 3/27 Winthrop W, 9-0 3/27 Winthrop W, 10-0 3/30 at #5 LSU* L, 1-2 3/30 at #5 LSU* L, 1-5 3/31 at #5 LSU* L, 1-4 4/3 at North Carolina W, 12-3 4/3 at North Carolina W, 10-5 4/6 Arkansas* W, 4-3 4/6 Arkansas* W, 3-2 4/7 Arkansas* W, 3-1 4/10 at South Carolina* L, 3-4 4/10 at South Carolina* L, 1-2 4/11 at South Carolina* W, 2-1 4/13 at Florida* L, 2-3 4/13 at Florida* W, 10-5 4/14 at Florida* W, 3-0 4/20 Ole Miss* W, 6-4 4/20 Ole Miss* W, 4-1 4/21 Ole Miss* L, 3-6 4/24 Kentucky* W, 8-0 4/24 Kentucky* W, 6-4 4/25 Kentucky* W, 5-3 4/27 Elon W, 6-0 4/27 Elon W, 6-0 4/28 at Georgia Tech W, 1-0 4/28 at Georgia Tech L, 1-2 5/9 vs. Auburn# W, 4-3 5/10 vs. #3 LSU# L, 1-2 5/11 vs. Mississippi State# W, 7-1 5/11 vs. South Carolina# W, 6-5 5/12 vs. South Carolina# W, 4-3 5/12 vs. #3 LSU# L, 0-1 5/16 vs. UMBC~ W, 2-1 5/17 at South Carolina~ W, 1-0 5/18 vs. #1 UCLA~ L, 1-2 5/18 at South Carolina~ L, 3-9 * Southeastern Conference Game $ FIU Tournament, Miami, Fla. ! Central Florida Tournament, St. Augustine, Fla. ^ Florida State Tournament, Tallahassee, Fla. % Georgia Bulldog Classic, Athens, Ga. & Georgia State Tournament, Atlanta, Ga. @ Georgia Mini-Tournament, Athens, Ga. # SEC Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn. ~ NCAA Regional, Columbia, S.C.

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2003 –– (57-14, 23-6 SEC) 30-5 Home; 17-4 Away; 10-5 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer SEC Champions NCAA Regionals 1/31 vs. Kentucky$ W, 5-0 1/31 at FIU$ W, 3-1 2/1 vs. Illinois State$ W, 1-0 2/1 vs. Kentucky$ W, 5-2 2/2 at FIU$ W, 5-1 2/8 vs. Oregon! L, 2-3 (12) 2/8 at #9 Florida State! W, 5-4 (8) 2/9 vs. SE Louisiana! W, 13-0 2/9 vs. Florida A&M! W, 8-0 2/13 Drexel^ W, 12-0 2/14 Boston College^ W, 11-0 2/14 Drexel^ W, 3-0 2/15 Winthrop^ W, 10-0 2/15 Drexel% W, 3-0 2/21 Winthrop% W, 10-0 2/21 Appalachian State% W, 6-0 2/22 Connecticut% W, 7-0 2/22 Connecticut% W, 11-0 2/23 Appalachian State% W, 8-0 2/28 vs. #21 Texas A&M& W, 2-1 2/28 at #11 Stanford& L, 0-2 (8) 3/1 vs. Long Beach State& W, 2-0 3/1 at #11 Stanford& W, 2-0 3/2 vs. #21 Texas A&M& L, 1-3 (8) 3/8 Auburn* W, 7-1 3/8 Auburn* W, 10-0 3/9 Auburn* W, 9-4 3/15 at Mississippi State* W, 8-2 3/15 at Mississippi State* L, 0-2 3/16 at Mississippi State* W, 9-0 3/18 at Kentucky* W, 8-1 3/18 at Kentucky* W, 7-1 3/19 at Kentucky* W, 5-0 3/22 #8 LSU* W, 1-0 3/22 #8 LSU* L, 4-5 3/23 #8 LSU* W, 3-0 3/27 Georgia State W, 16-0 3/27 Georgia State W, 5-1 3/29 at Arkansas* W, 6-1 3/29 at Arkansas* W, 11-0 3/30 at Arkansas* W, 4-0 4/2 Georgia Tech W, 6-0 4/2 Georgia Tech W, 1-0 4/5 #24 Florida* L, 2-4 4/5 #24 Florida* W, 10-1 4/6 #24 Florida* L, 0-1 4/9 #15 South Carolina* W, 4-0 4/9 #15 South Carolina* W, 10-2 4/12 at Ole Miss* W, 1-0 4/12 at Ole Miss* W, 7-5 4/13 at Ole Miss* L, 5-6 4/18 Bethune-Cookman@ W, 6-0 4/18 Radford@ W, 11-0 4/19 North Carolina@ L, 1-2 4/19 Bethune-Cookman@ W, 6-0 (8) 4/20 North Carolina@ W, 1-0 4/23 Georgia Southern W, 8-0 4/23 Georgia Southern W, 8-0 4/26 at Tennessee* W, 6-2 4/26 at Tennessee* W, 4-3 4/27 at Tennessee* W, 12-3 5/3 #17 Alabama* L, 5-7 5/3 #17 Alabama* W, 7-3 5/4 #17 Alabama* W, 12-4 5/8 vs. Mississippi State# W, 3-0 5/9 vs. #24 Florida# L, 0-1 5/10 vs. Tennessee# L, 3-5 (8) 5/15 vs. Long Island~ W, 5-1 5/16 vs. #25 Michigan State~ L, 3-4 5/16 vs. Long Beach State~ W, 2-1 (8) 5/17 vs. Fresno State~ L, 0-1 (8) $ FIU Tournament, Miami, Fla. ! Seminole Classic, Tallahassee, Fla. ^ Georgia Home Tournament #1, Athens, Ga. % Georgia Home Tournament #2, Athens, Ga. & Stanford Classic, Palo Alto, Calif. @ Georgia Home Tournament #3, Athens, Ga. & SEC Tournament, Plant City, Fla. ~ NCAA Regional, Region 2, Fresno, Calif.

2004 –– (55-17, 20-10 SEC) 34-4 Home; 9-9 Away; 12-4 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer NCAA Regional Runner-Up 2/6 vs. Iowa State$ W, 2-0 2/6 vs. #13 Oregon$ W, 11-6 2/7 vs. Florida Atlantic$ W, 3-0 2/7 at FIU$ W, 7-1 2/8 vs. Florida Atlantic$ W, 1-0 2/13 Virginia Tech! W, 8-0 2/13 Appalachian State! W, 16-0 2/20 vs. #2 Arizona^ L, 2-8 2/20 vs. #17 Cal St. Fullerton^ W, 12-0 2/21 vs. Penn State^ W, 3-0 2/21 vs. #24 Oregon State^ L, 0-5 2/27 vs. Notre Dame% W, 7-1 2/27 vs. Cal State Fullerton% L, 3-5 2/28 vs. Northwestern State% W, 6-0 2/28 vs. Central Michigan% W, 8-0 2/29 vs. #13 LSU% L, 2-5 (8) 2/29 USA Olympic Team (Exhib.)% L, 0-6 3/5 Winthrop& W, 8-0 3/5 UNC Wilmington& W, 11-0 3/6 Maryland& W, 5-0 3/6 Ball State& W, 6-2 3/7 Maryland& W, 4-0 3/9 Western Illinois@ W, 11-0 3/9 Alabama State@ W, 8-0 3/10 Saint Joseph’s@ W, 9-0 3/10 Saint Joseph’s@ W, 15-1 3/13 Mississippi State* L, 1-5 3/13 Mississippi State* W, 9-0 3/14 Mississippi State* W, 6-4 3/17 Kentucky* W, 8-1 3/17 Kentucky* W, 6-0 3/18 Kentucky* W, 4-3 3/20 at #5 LSU* L, 2-10 3/20 at #5 LSU* W, 6-2 3/21 at #5 LSU* W, 4-2 3/23 Mercer W, 3-0 3/27 Arkansas* W, 8-0 3/27 Arkansas* W, 5-2 3/28 Arkansas* W, 2-1 3/31 at #23 Georgia Tech W, 4-1 4/3 at #13 Florida* L, 4-6 4/3 at #3 Florida* W, 4-3 4/4 at #13 Florida* W, 8-0 4/6 at #18 South Carolina* L, 3-7 4/6 at #18 South Carolina* W, 3-0 4/7 at #18 South Carolina* L, 0-2 4/10 Ole Miss* W, 7-3 4/10 Ole Miss* W, 8-0 4/11 Ole Miss* W, 3-1 4/15 Georgia Southern W, 8-0 4/17 at #22 Auburn* L, 0-1 4/17 at #22 Auburn* W, 5-3 4/18 at #22 Auburn* L, 2-4 4/21 UNC Charlotte W, 17-2 (5) 4/21 UNC Charlotte W, 2-0 4/24 #11 Tennessee* W, 5-4 (10) 4/24 #11 Tennessee* W, 8-1 4/25 #11 Tennessee* L, 3-6 5/1 #14 at Alabama* W, 6-5 5/1 #14 at Alabama* L, 3-4 5/2 #14 at Alabama* L, 1-2 5/9 Winthrop W, 4-0 5/9 Winthrop W, 13-0 5/13 vs. #21 Florida# W, 7-1 5/14 vs. Mississippi State# W 11-2 5/15 vs. #11 Tennessee# W, 4-0 (10) 5/16 vs. #2 LSU# L, 1-4 5/20 Eastern Kentucky~ W, 10-5 5/21 #23 Georgia Tech~ L, 2-3 5/21 #22 Texas A&M~ W, 5-1 5/22 Michigan State~ W, 9-1 5/22 #23 Georgia Tech~ W, 9-1 5/23 #7 Washington~ L, 1-3 * Southeastern Conference Game $ FIU Tournament, Miami, Fla. ! Georgia Softball Invitational, Athens, Ga. ^ Palm Springs Classic, Palm Desert, Calif. % NFCA Tournament, Columbus, Ga. & Georgia Softball Classic, Athens, Ga. @ Classic City Shootout, Athens, Ga. # SEC Tournament, Tuscaloosa, Ala. ~ NCAA Regionals, Athens, Ga.

2005 –– (55-15, 26-4 SEC) 31-5 Home; 17-5 Away; 7-5 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer SEC Champions NCAA Athens Regional Champions NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional Runner-Up 2/4 vs. #2 UCLA$ L, 3-4 (8) 2/4 vs. #2 UCLA$ L, 0-7 2/5 vs. Cal St. Fullerton$ W, 6-2 2/5 vs. #2 UCLA$ L, 0-6 2/6 vs. Cal State Fullerton$ L, 1-9 (5) 2/11 Appalachian State! W, 6-3 2/11 Winthrop! W, 10-0 2/12 Jacksonville State! L, 2-3 (8) 2/12 Appalachian State! W, 9-1 (5) 2/13 Jacksonville State! W, 13-5 (5) 2/18 vs. #18 Oregon State^ W, 8-7 2/18 vs. #3 UCLA^ L, 0-2 2/25 vs. #17 Nebraska% W, 4-1 2/25 vs. Massachusetts% W, 4-3 2/26 vs. Cal State Northridge% W, 6-0 2/26 vs. #6 La.-Lafayette% W, 2-1 3/4 Radford& W, 5-0 3/4 UNC Greensboro& W, 7-1 3/5 Maryland& L, 4-5 3/5 Oakland& W, 9-1 (5) 3/6 Maryland& W, 5-0 3/9 Charlotte W, 7-1 3/9 Charlotte W, 23-0 (5) 3/12 at Mississippi State* W, 8-0 3/12 at Mississippi State* W, 9-4 3/13 at Mississippi State* W, 7-1 3/15 at Kentucky* W, 1-0 3/15 at Kentucky* W, 5-1 3/16 at Kentucky* W, 9-2 3/19 #15 LSU* W, 3-2 3/19 #15 LSU* W, 2-0 3/20 #15 LSU* W, 4-1 3/25 at Arkansas* W, 1-0 3/25 at Arkansas* W, 10-0 (5) 3/26 at Arkansas* W, 10-4 3/29 Mercer W, 3-0 3/30 Furman W, 9-1 (5) 3/30 Furman W, 7-0 4/2 #13 Florida* W, 12-4 (6) 4/2 #13 Florida* L, 2-3 4/3 #13 Florida* W, 4-3 4/5 South Carolina* W, 1-0 4/5 South Carolina* W, 6-1 4/6 South Carolina* W, 9-2 4/9 at Ole Miss* W, 1-0 (9) 4/9 at Ole Miss* W, 4-0 4/10 at Ole Miss* W, 2-0 4/16 #20 Auburn* W, 5-4 4/16 #20 Auburn* W, 4-3 (8) 4/17 #20 Auburn* L, 4-8 4/19 #18 Georgia Tech L, 3-4 4/20 Georgia Southern W, 8-0 (5) 4/20 Georgia Southern W, 4-1 4/23 at #9 Tennessee* W, 4-1 4/23 at #9 Tennessee* L, 1-3 4/24 at #9 Tennessee* W, 9-6 4/27 at Georgia State W, 6-0 4/30 #7 Alabama* W, 5-2 4/30 #7 Alabama* W, 5-4 5/1 #7 Alabama* L, 3-13 5/12 vs. LSU# W, 2-1 5/13 vs. #11 Tennessee# W, 5-3 5/14 vs. #18 Auburn# W, 7-3 5/15 vs. #9 Alabama# L, 0-2 5/20 Tennessee Tech~ W, 7-3 5/21 #17 Georgia Tech~ W, 8-1 5/22 #18 Georgia Tech~ W, 2-1 5/27 vs. #7 UCLA+ W, 4-1 5/28 at #7 UCLA+ L, 4-5 5/28 at #7 UCLA+ L, 2-3 $ Stacy Winsberg Tournament, Long Beach, Calif. ! Second-Annual Georgia Softball Classic ^ Campbell/Cartier Tournament, San Diego, Calif. % NFCA Tournament, Columbus, Ga. & Georgia Red and Black Challenge # SEC Tournament, Gainesville, Fla. ~ NCAA Regionals, Athens, Ga. + NCAA Super Regionals, Los Angeles, Calif.


Year-By-Year Results 2007 –– (46-28, 13-15 SEC) 18-10 Home; 11-11 Away; 17-7 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer NCAA Regional Runner-Up 2/9 vs. Wichita State W, 8-0 (6) 2/9 at #17 La.-Lafayette$ L, 4-12 (6) 2/10 vs. McNeese State$ W, 9-0 (5) 2/10 at #17 La.-Lafayette$ L, 2-7 2/11 vs. Wichita State$ W, 4-3 2/11 vs. McNeese State$ W, 8-0 (6) 2/16 Western Kentucky! W, 6-0 2/16 vs. Winthrop! L, 6-8 2/17 Winthrop! W, 8-0 (6) 2/17 Western Kentucky! W, 6-2 2/18 vs. Western Kentucky! W, 8-1 2/18 Winthrop! W, 5-0 2/23 vs. Illinois State^ L, 0-3 2/23 vs. Lehigh^ W, 8-0 (5) 2/24 vs. Coastal Carolina^ W, 5-1 2/24 vs. Virginia Tech^ L, 0-4 2/25 vs. #21 Nebraska^ L, 1-2 3/1 vs. St. Mary’s% W, 8-0 3/1 vs. #22 Oregon% L, 0-5 3/2 vs. Kent State% W, 1-0 3/2 at #25 Hawaii% W, 7-4 3/3 vs. #24 Hawaii% W, 9-6 3/4 vs. #22 Oregon% L, 0-6 3/9 vs. Buffalo& W, 9-0 (5) 3/9 vs. Florida A&M& W, 6-0 3/10 vs. Western Carolina& W, 6-0 3/10 vs. #18 S. Illinois& W, 3-1 3/10 vs. Georgia State& W, 9-0 3/11 vs. Syracuse& W, 5-3 3/11 at #25 Florida State& W, 2-1 3/14 at Auburn* W, 4-0 3/14 at Auburn* W, 5-2 3/17 Kentucky* W, 11-0 (5) 3/17 Kentucky* L, 1-6 3/18 Kentucky* W, 6-4 3/21 Campbell W, 2-0 3/21 Campbell W, 2-1 3/24 at #22 Florida* L, 2-5 3/24 at #22 Florida* L, 0-14 (5) 3/25 at #22 Florida* L, 1-5 3/28 #24 Georgia Tech L, 4-5 3/28 #24 Georgia Tech L, 1-4 3/31 at #3 Alabama* W, 2-1 (9) 3/31 at #3 Alabama* L, 2-10 (5) 4/1 at #3 Alabama* L, 2-9 4/4 Georgia Southern W, 6-0 4/4 Georgia Southern W, 3-0 4/7 #1 Tennessee* L, 0-10 (5) 4/7 #1 Tennessee* L, 1-3 4/8 #1 Tennessee* L, 1-5 4/11 at Mercer W, 3-0 4/11 at Mercer W, 9-1 (6) 4/14 at South Carolina* L, 0-5 4/14 at South Carolina* L, 0-1 (10) 4/15 at South Carolina* L, 2-6 4/18 Furman W, 9-1 (5) 4/18 Furman W, 8-0 (5) 4/21 Mississippi State* W, 5-2 4/21 Mississippi State* L, 9-13 (8) 4/22 Mississippi State* L, 5-12 4/25 Ole Miss* W, 4-3 4/25 Ole Miss* W, 5-1 4/28 at Arkansas* W, 5-0 4/28 at Arkansas* W, 7-2 4/29 at Arkansas* W, 5-3 5/5 #4 LSU* W, 13-5 (6) 5/5 #4 LSU* L, 3-5 5/6 #4 LSU* W, 1-0 (9) 5/10 vs. #2 Alabama# L, 2-3 (9) 5/18 vs. Nebraska~ W, 3-2 5/19 vs. #11 Washington~ L, 0-8 (5) 5/19 vs. Creighton~ W, 3-0 5/20 vs. #11 Washington~ W, 2-1 (9) 5/21 vs. #11 Washington~ L, 0-1 * Southeastern Conference Game $ Louisiana-Lafayette Tournament, Lafayette, La. ! Fourth-Annual Ga. Softball Classic, Athens, Ga. ^ NFCA Tournament, Columbus, Ga. % Hawaii Tournament, Honolulu, Hawaii & FSU Tournament, Tallahassee, Fla. # SEC Tournament, Auburn, Ala. ~ NCAA Regionals, Lincoln, Neb.

2008 –– (46-24, 14-14 SEC) 30-8 Home; 7-12 Away; 9-4 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer NCAA Chapel Hill Regional Champions NCAA Los Angeles Super Regional Runner-Up 2/8 #8 DePaul$ W, 3-2 2/8 College of Charleston$ W, 4-0 2/9 Marshall$ W, 7-4 2/9 #8 DePaul$ L, 5-6 2/10 Marshall$ W, 4-2 2/10 College of Charleston$ W, 4-0 2/15 vs. #18 Ohio State! W, 6-4 2/15 at Florida International! W, 6-0 2/16 vs. Providence! W, 4-1 2/16 vs. Illinois State! W, 3-0 2/17 vs. Providence! L, 0-4 2/22 vs. #5 UCLA^ L, 2-5 2/22 vs. Oregon State^ W, 11-8 2/23 vs. #25 San Diego State^ W, 7-6 2/23 vs. #18 UNLV^ W, 5-4 2/24 vs. #6 Oklahoma^ L, 0-3 2/29 Longwood% W, 11-1 (5) 2/29 Butler% W, 7-0 3/1 Butler% W, 7-1 3/1 Michigan State% W, 3-2 3/2 Longwood% L, 1-3 3/2 Michigan State% W, 4-1 3/5 Furman W, 5-1 3/5 Furman W, 6-0 3/8 at #12 LSU* L, 1-8 3/8 at #12 LSU* L, 0-1 3/9 at #12 LSU* L, 2-5 3/11 North Florida& W, 4-3 3/11 East Carolina& W, 2-0 3/12 East Carolina& W, 2-1 (8) 3/12 North Florida& W, 10-2 (6) 3/15 South Carolina* W, 4-1 3/15 South Carolina* W, 3-0 3/16 South Carolina* W, 8-0 (6) 3/21 Albany@ W, 11-3 (6) 3/22 Albany@ W, 4-0 3/22 Kent State@ W, 2-0 3/23 Kent State@ W, 3-1 3/26 at Ole Miss* W, 4-2 3/26 at Ole Miss* W, 3-0 3/29 Arkansas* W, 3-1 3/29 Arkansas* W, 13-1 (5) 3/30 Arkansas* W, 3-1 4/5 at #12 Tennessee* L, 4-6 4/5 at #12 Tennessee* L, 0-9 (6) 4/6 at #12 Tennessee* L, 1-5 4/9 at Georgia Tech L, 4-6 4/9 at Georgia Tech L, 3-4 4/12 #3 Florida* L, 0-5 4/12 #3 Florida* L, 5-9 4/13 #3 Florida* L, 2-5 4/16 Auburn* W, 3-2 4/16 Auburn* L, 1-2 4/19 at #24 Mississippi State* L, 0-10 (5) 4/19 at #24 Mississippi State* W, 6-2 4/20 at #24 Mississippi State* L, 4-7 4/23 Mercer W, 3-2 (8) 4/23 Mercer W, 8-0 (5) 4/26 at Kentucky* W, 10-0 (5) 4/26 at Kentucky* W, 7-3 4/27 at Kentucky* W, 9-4 5/3 #1 Alabama* L, 3-12 (5) 5/3 #1 Alabama* L, 1-10 (5) 5/4 #1 Alabama* W, 4-2 5/8 vs. #14 Tennessee# L, 2-5 5/15 vs. Campbell~ W, 9-0 5/16 vs. Brigham Young~ W, 9-3 (5) 5/17 vs. Brigham Young~ W, 4-0 5/24 at #3 UCLA+ L, 1-6 5/25 at #3 UCLA+ L, 0-6 * Southeastern Conference Game $ Red & Black Showcase, Athens, Ga. ! Schutt Sports Invitational, Miami, Fla. ^ Palm Springs Classic, Cathedral City, Calif. % Fifth-Annual Ga. Softball Classic, Athens, Ga. & Bulldog Invitational Tournament, Athens, Ga. @ Georgia Softball Spring Fling, Athens, Ga. # SEC Tournament, Baton Rouge, La. ~ NCAA Regionals, Chapel Hill, N.C. + NCAA Super Regionals, Los Angeles, Calif.

2009 –– (47-12, 18-7 SEC) 27-2 Home; 10-5 Away; 10-5 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer NCAA Chapel Hill Regional Champions NCAA Athens Super Regional Champions Women’s College World Series Final Four 2/6 vs. #20 Long Beach St.$ W, 10-6 2/6 vs. UC Riverside$ W, 16-0 (5) 2/7 vs. Cal St. Northridge$ W, 8-0 (6) 2/7 vs. Oregon State$ L, 2-3 2/13 Longwood! W, 11-0 (5) 2/14 Elon! W, 11-0 (5) 2/14 Cleveland State! W, 8-0 (6) 2/15 Winthrop! W, 8-0 (6) 2/20 Ball State^ W, 15-3 (5) 2/20 Tennessee State^ W, 8-0 (5) 2/21 Marshall^ W, 9-1 (6) 2/21 IUPUI^ W, 15-3 (5) 2/22 UNC Greensboro^ W, 12-2 (5) 3/6 vs. #24 Baylor% W, 12-1 (5) 3/7 vs. #1 Washington% L, 0-2 3/7 vs. #24 Baylor% W, 9-0 (5) 3/8 vs. #1 Washington% W, 2-0 3/11 at #1 Florida* L, 0-15 (5) 3/11 at #1 Florida* L, 0-4 3/14 #20 LSU* W, 6-5 3/18 Kennesaw State W, 5-2 3/21 at South Carolina* W, 4-1 3/21 at South Carolina* W, 10-0 3/22 at South Carolina* W, 6-0 3/25 Mercer W, 3-1 3/28 Kentucky* W, 3-1 3/28 Kentucky* W, 10-0 (5) 3/29 Kentucky* W, 5-2 4/1 Furman W, 9-3 4/4 at #4 Alabama* L, 1-9 (5) 4/4 at #4 Alabama* L, 2-3 (8) 4/5 at #4 Alabama* L, 0-2 4/8 #22 Georgia Tech W, 7-5 4/10 Ole Miss* W, 8-0 (5) 4/11 Ole Miss* W, 6-0 4/11 Ole Miss* W, 4-2 4/15 Mississippi State* W, 10-0 (5) 4/15 Mississippi State* L, 1-3 (10) 4/18 at Auburn* W, 7-2 4/18 at Auburn* W, 10-0 4/19 at Auburn* W, 12-6 4/22 Western Carolina W, 8-0 (5) 4/25 #15 Tennessee* W, 1-0 4/25 #15 Tennessee* W, 6-2 4/26 #15 Tennessee* L, 3-6 4/29 Georgia Southern W, 3-2 (8) 5/3 at Arkansas* W, 8-0 (5) 5/3 at Arkansas* W, 8-2 (6) 5/7 vs. Kentucky# L, 0-2 5/14 vs. Radford~ W, 3-1 5/15 at #15 North Carolina~ W, 6-0 5/16 at #15 North Carolina~ W, 4-2 5/21 #10 Ohio State+ W, 6-4 5/22 #10 Ohio State+ W, 7-6 5/28 vs. #3 Washington$$ L, 1-3 5/30 vs. #11 Missouri$$ W, 5-2 5/30 vs. #6 Michigan$$ W, 7-5 5/31 vs. #3 Washington$$ W, 9-8 (9) 5/31 vs. #3 Washington$$ L, 3-9 * Southeastern Conferecne Game $ Cathedral City Kickoff, Cathedral City, Calif. ! Second-Annual Red & Black Showcase, Athens, Ga. ^ Sixth-Annual Ga. Softball Classic, Athens, Ga. % Easton Challenge, Tuscaloosa, Ala. # SEC Tournament, Knoxville, Tenn. ~ NCAA Regionals, Chapel Hill, N.C. + NCAA Super Regionals, Athens, Ga. $$ Women’s College World Series, Oklahoma City, Okla.

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UGA Softball History

2006 –– (54-15, 24-6 SEC) 31-7 Home; 16-6 Away; 7-2 Neutral Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer SEC Eastern Division Champions NCAA Regional Runner-Up 2/10 vs. Arkansas$ W, 7-6 (9) 2/10 vs. #19 Iowa$ L, 5-6 2/11 vs. North Carolina$ L, 4-8 2/11 vs. FIU$ W, 6-2 2/12 vs. FIU$ W, 9-7 2/17 Appalachian State! W, 9-0 (5) 2/17 Winthrop! W, 7-3 2/18 Marshall! W, 7-4 (8) 2/18 Appalachian State! W, 11-3 (6) 2/19 Marshall! W, 8-1 2/19 Winthrop! W, 13-2 (5) 2/24 vs. Michigan State^ W, 5-4 (8) 2/24 vs. Seton Hall^ W, 17-5 (6) 2/27 vs. Michigan^ L, 2-9 2/27 vs. Michigan^ L, 2-4 3/1 Eastern Michigan W, 5-0 3/1 Eastern Michigan W, 3-2 3/3 vs. Texas Tech% W, 9-2 3/3 vs.Cal State Fullerton% L, 2-3 (8) 3/4 vs. UC Davis% W, 9-0 (5) 3/4 vs. Purdue% W, 6-2 3/5 vs. Loyola-Chicago% W, 6-2 3/11 Arkansas* W, 6-1 3/11 Arkansas* W, 6-3 3/12 Arkansas* L, 0-1 3/14 Kentucky* W, 10-6 3/14 Kentucky* W, 4-2 3/15 Kentucky* W, 8-0 (6) 3/18 at #13 LSU* W, 11-0 (5) 3/18 at #13 LSU* W, 1-0 3/19 at #3 LSU* L, 0-3 3/22 Georgia State W, 4-1 3/22 Georgia State W, 9-1 (5) 3/25 at #8 Auburn* W, 4-1 3/25 at #18 Auburn* W, 8-5 3/26 at #18 Auburn* L, 2-6 3/29 at #24 Georgia Tech L, 4-6 3/29 at #24 Georgia Tech W, 15-7 4/1 Ole Miss* W, 4-1 4/1 Ole Miss* W, 8-0 (5) 4/2 Ole Miss* W, 11-3 (6) 4/5 at South Carolina* W, 10-0 (5) 4/5 at South Carolina* W, 5-2 4/6 at South Carolina* W, 10-3 4/8 #25 Mississippi State* W, 3-0 4/8 #25 Mississippi State* W, 8-0 (6) 4/9 #25 Mississippi State* W, 8-2 4/14 at #23 Florida* W, 8-5 4/15 at #23 Florida* W, 8-3 4/15 at #23 Florida* W, 12-6 (8) 4/18 Furman W, 8-0 (6) 4/18 Furman W, 5-2 4/19 Georgia Southern W, 4-3 4/19 Georgia Southern W, 3-0 4/22 at #4 Alabama* W, 5-4 4/22 at #4 Alabama* L, 2-4 4/23 at #4 Alabama* L, 1-4 4/26 Mercer W, 5-0 4/26 Mercer W, 8-5 4/29 #4 Tennessee* W, 5-3 4/29 #4 Tennessee* L, 0-12 (5) 4/30 #4 Tennessee* W, 7-6 5/11 Arkansas# W, 2-0 5/12 #11 LSU# L, 0-5 5/19 Georgia Southern~ W, 4-0 5/20 Florida State~ L, 2-3 5/20 Georgia Southern~ W, 11-6 5/21 Florida State~ W, 3-1 5/21 Florida State~ L, 0-2 $ FIU Fun and Sun Classic, Miami, Fla. ! Third-Annual Georgia Softball Classic ^ NFCA Tournament, Columbus, Ga. % Worth Invitational, Fullerton, Calif. # SEC Tournament, Athens, Ga. ~ NCAA Regionals, Athens, Ga.


UGA Softball History

Year-By-Year Statistics / No Hitters & Perfect Games YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS OPP.

AVG. .240 .254 .244 .254 .258 .290 .295 .329 .317 .318 .266 .276 .319 .283 .222

GP-GS 57-57 60-60 59-59 61-61 59-59 76-76 71-71 72-72 70-70 69-69 74-74 70-70 59-59 857-857 857-857

AB 1,492 1,599 1,536 1,562 1,498 1,869 1,856 1,838 1,876 1,829 1,897 1,744 1,451 22,047 21,300

YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS OPP.

ERA 2.37 1.99 2.21 2.56 2.98 1.72 1.03 1.60 1.93 2.26 2.43 2.85 2.44 2.16 3.82

W-L *24-33 34-26 28-31 28-33 33-26 59-17 57-14 55-17 55-15 54-15 46-28 46-24 47-12 566-291 291-566

APP 57 60 59 61 59 76 71 72 70 69 74 70 59 857 857

*One win in 1997 came by forfeit

R 182 189 173 186 226 373 391 412 364 414 312 300 373 3,895 2,309 GS 57 60 59 61 59 76 71 72 70 69 74 70 59 857 857

YEAR-BY-YEAR FIELDING TOTALS YEAR 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS OPP.

PO 1,131 1,247 1,209 1,255 1,196 1,525 1,447 1,402 1,413 1,386 1.476 1,370 1,126 17,183 16,681

Date 2/26/00 3/2/01 3/17/02 2/9/03 2/14/03 2/21/03 3/1/03 4/23/03 2/13/04 2/13/04 2/28/04 3/9/04 3/10/04 3/24/04 5/9/04 5/20/04 3/9/05 3/4/06 2/18/07 3/15/08 4/23/08 2/7/09 5/3/09

A 466 542 524 493 515 600 451 532 511 587 567 489 388 6,665 7,457

E 85 85 73 71 74 66 54 51 69 81 84 52 29 874 1,194

FLD% .949 .955 .960 .961 .959 .970 .972 .974 .965 .961 .961 .973 .981 .965 .953

Opponent Alabama-Birmingham vs. Delaware State at South Carolina vs. South East Louisiana Boston College Appalachian State at #11 Stanford Georgia Southern Virginia Tech Appalachian State vs. Central Michigan Alabama State St. Joseph’s Mercer Winthrop Eastern Kentucky Charlotte vs. U.C. Davis Western Kentucky South Carolina Mercer Cal State Northridge at Arkansas

H 359 406 375 396 386 542 548 605 595 582 505 482 463 6,244 4,737 CG 44 49 39 34 40 41 36 51 40 39 50 31 33 527 444

DP 10 25 23 12 18 16 15 19 24 24 16 20 22 222 232

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM HITTING TOTALS 2B 46 65 54 41 43 90 97 94 93 101 69 77 81 951 733

3B 7 12 7 9 18 28 25 18 11 17 8 14 17 191 83

HR 23 14 13 4 9 36 49 58 53 60 30 26 85 460 361

RBI 153 161 143 149 180 310 337 367 330 371 268 264 342 3,375 2,017

TB 488 539 482 467 492 796 842 909 869 897 680 665 833 8,949 6,626

SLG% .327 .337 .314 .299 .328 .426 .454 .495 .463 .490 .358 .381 .574 .406 .311

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM PITCHING TOTALS SHO 6/0 13/1 6/0 14/2 8/1 23/10 33/14 29/6 18/8 15/2 23/10 16/5 20/5 224/64 103/12

SV 2 2 2 5 1 3 3 3 9 3 3 8 2 46 30

IP 378.1 415.2 403.0 418.1 398.2 508.1 482.1 467.1 471.0 462.0 492.0 456.2 375.1 5,728.1 5,561.0

H 330 391 402 385 393 385 282 306 365 388 456 371 283 4,737 6,244

R 195 173 179 201 234 151 94 135 163 203 228 212 141 2,309 3,895

ER 128 118 127 153 170 125 71 107 130 149 171 186 131 1,766 3,032

BB 118 128 127 131 99 175 174 177 181 187 199 182 191 2,069 2,010

HBP 12 14 9 13 24 78 59 62 31 56 46 42 50 496 273

SO 265 273 272 235 252 340 272 323 269 245 298 267 253 3,564 4,850

BB 109 144 116 142 193 164 116 122 161 158 198 219 168 2,010 2,069

SO 282 268 268 288 232 377 566 509 549 395 464 404 248 4,850 3,564

HR 16 12 15 15 37 29 20 22 33 29 35 64 34 361 460

NO HITTERS & PERFECT GAMES

Result No Hitter: W, 2-0 (7) No Hitter: W, 10-2 (5) No Hitter: W, 1-0 (7) No Hitter: W, 13-0 (5) No Hitter: W, 11-0 (6) No Hitter: W, 6-0 (7) No Hitter: W, 2-0 (7) No Hitter: W, 8-0 (5) No Hitter: W, 8-0 (5) Perfect Game: W, 16-0 (5) Perfect Game: W, 8-0 (7) Perfect Game: W, 8-0 (5) Perfect Game: W, 9-0 (5) No Hitter: W, 3-0 (7) No Hitter: W, 13-0 (5) Perfect Game: W, 10-0 (5) No Hitter: W, 23-0 (5) No Hitter: W, 9-0 (5) No. Hitter: W, 8-1 (7) Perfect Game: W, 3-0 (7) Perfect Game: W, 8-0 (5) No Hitter: W, 8-0 (6) No HItter: W, 8-0 (5)

SH 37 60 62 78 49 85 77 93 98 90 57 75 53 914 1,230

B/Avg. .229 .249 .261 .242 .257 .208 .166 .185 .210 .223 .240 .220 .209 .222 .283

WP 26 10 29 35 41 30 12 15 13 18 19 8 9 265 516

SB-ATT 47-66 63-86 83-106 96-130 134-150 208-233 155-178 107-133 34-43 78-95 135-150 80-91 78-88 1,298-1,549 610-864 HBP 24 22 37 36 31 10 11 13 16 15 12 18 28 273 496

Pitcher(s) Natalie Price Nicole Urban (W) & Kaili Howard Michelle Green Lacey Gardner (W) & Laurie Davidson Michelle Green Lacey Gardner (W) & Laurie Davidson Michelle Green Michelle Green (W) & Laurie Davidson Michelle Green Katie Griffith Michelle Green Katie Griffith Michelle Green Michelle Green Kasi Carroll (W) & Katie Griffith Michelle Green (W) & Kasi Carroll Michelle Green, Katie Griffith (W) & Ashley Godfrey Jessica Doucette Kate Gaskill Kate Gaskill Sarah McCloud (W) & Kate Gaskill Christie Hamilton Sarah McCloud & Christie Hamilton (W)

TOTAL NUMBERS: 13 pitchers have combined to throw 23 no-hitters including seven that were perfect games.

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AB 1,442 1,570 1,541 1,588 1,528 1,851 1,700 1,658 1,739 1,738 1,903 1,689 1,353 21,300 22,047

SF 5 7 3 8 7 23 15 19 12 19 15 15 23 171 84

Katie Griffith

Michelle Green

Location Athens, Ga. Charleston, S.C. (CSU Invitational) Columbia, S.C. (NCAA Regional) Tallahassee, Fla. (Seminole Classic) Athens, Ga. (Georgia Tournament #1) Athens, Ga. (Georgia Tournament #2) Palo Alto, Calif. (Stanford Classic) Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. (Georgia Invitational) Athens, Ga. (Georgia Invitational) Columbus, Ga. (NFCA Tournament) Athens, Ga. (Classic City Shootout) Athens, Ga. (Classic City Shootout) Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. (NCAA Regional) Athens, Ga. Fullerton, Calif. (Worth Invitational) Athens, Ga. (Georgia Tournament) Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Cathedral City (Cathedral City Kickoff) Fayetteville, Ark.

OB% .301 .314 .305 .315 .313 .371 .371 .403 .384 .395 .348 .356 .410 .355 .297


Annual Leaders Annual HITTING Leaders

Annual PITCHING Leaders

Home Runs 1997.... Jamie Rausch ...................... 8 1998.... Jessi Cerra ........................... 7 1999.... Jessi Cerra ........................... 4 2000.... Corin Tassio ......................... 2 2001.... Alyssa Mauro ....................... 3 2002.... M. Tyree, K. Bell ...........................8 2003.... Ashley Godfrey .................. 10 2004.... Ashley Godfrey .................. 15 2005.... Megan McAllister ............... 16 2006.... Megan McAllister ............... 16 2007.... Megan McAllister ............... 10 2008.... Melissa Wood......................11 2009.... Alisa Goler ........................ 24

On-Base Percentage 1997.... H. Boyer/J. Cerra ............ .371 1998.... Jessi Cerra ...................... .438 1999.... Jessi Cerra ...................... .398 2000.... Michelle Tyree ................. .377 2001.... Nicole Barber .................. .454 2002.... Kim Wendlend ................. .476 2003.... Nicole Barber .................. .504 2004.... Kim Wendlend ................. .505 2005.... Kim Wendlend ................. .470 2006.... Kellie Middleton............... .480 2007.... Kellie Middleton............... .462 2008.... Taylor Schlopy............... .441 2009.... Alisa Goler ..................... .551 *Minimum of 100 at-bats

ERA 1997.... Natalie Price.................... 1.79 1998.... Rhonda Coffelt ................ 1.95 1999.... Natalie Price.................... 1.96 2000.... Natalie Price.................... 2.04 2001.... Kendra Daniels ............... 2.26 2002.... Michelle Green ................ 1.42 2003.... Lacey Gardner ................ 0.92 2004.... K. Carroll/M. Green ......... 1.48 2005.... Michelle Green ................ 1.35 2006.... Kasi Carroll ..................... 1.44 2007.... Kasi Carroll ..................... 1.77 2008.... Kate Gaskill ..................... 2.07 2009.... Christie Hamilton............. 1.95 *Minimum of 100.0 innings pitched

Complete Games 1997.... Natalie Price....................... 31 1998.... Natalie Price....................... 31 1999.... Natalie Price....................... 26 2000.... Natalie Price....................... 18 2001.... Nichole Urban .................... 16 2002.... Michelle Green ................... 19 2003.... Michelle Green ................... 28 2004.... K. Carroll/K. Griffith ............ 18 2005.... Michelle Green ................... 15 2006.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 20 2007.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 27 2008.... Sarah McCloud ..................11 2009.... Christie Hamilton................ 21

At-Bats 1997.... Jamie Rausch .................. 167 1998.... Chrissy Gavin................... 195 1999.... Beth Adams...................... 176 2000.... Michelle Tyree .................. 190 2001.... Nicole Barber ................... 191 2002.... Nicole Barber ................... 250 2003.... Nicole Barber ................... 229 2004.... Nicole Barber ................... 246 2005.... J. Doucette/K. Wendlend . 217 2006.... Kellie Middleton................ 235 2007.... Kellie Middleton................ 227 2008.... Megan Wiggins............... 219 2009.... Kristin Schnake ................ 168

RBI 1997.... Jamie Rausch .................... 38 1998.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 38 1999.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 27 2000.... Corin Tassio ....................... 27 2001.... Kristen Bell ......................... 33 2002.... Kim Wendland .................... 59 2003.... Kim Wendland .................... 55 2004.... Kim Wendland .................... 65 2005.... Megan McAllister ............... 56 2006.... Megan McAllister ............... 64 2007.... Melissa Wood..................... 46 2008.... Megan Wiggins................. 52 2009.... Alisa Goler ........................ 83

Sacrifice Flies 1997.... Jamie Rausch ...................... 2 1998.... Beth Adams.......................... 2 1999.... Bell/Cerra/Martin .................. 1 2000.... Corin Tassio ......................... 5 2001.... Bell/McKeon/Milner .............. 2 2002.... Kristen Bell ........................... 5 2003.... Shannon McKeon ................ 4 2004.... Green/McKeon/Milner .......... 3 2005.... Courtney Knight ................... 4 2006.... Megan McAllister ................. 5 2007.... Megan McAllister ................. 4 2008.... Melissa Wood....................... 4 2009.... K.Schnake/M. Wiggins........ 4

Wins 1997.... Natalie Price....................... 15 1998.... Natalie Price....................... 22 1999.... Natalie Price....................... 21 2000.... Natalie Price....................... 16 2001.... Nichole Urban .................... 15 2002.... Lacey Gardner ................... 21 2003.... Michelle Green ................... 39 2004.... Katie Griffith ....................... 19 2005.... Michelle Green ................... 27 2006.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 30 2007.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 29 2008.... K. Gaskill/C. Hamilton ........ 15 2009.... Christie Hamilton................ 26

Shutouts 1997.... Natalie Price...................... 5/0 1998.... Natalie Price...................... 7/1 1999.... Natalie Price...................... 6/0 2000.... Natalie Price...................... 7/2 2001.... Kaili Howard ...................... 4/0 2002.... Michelle Green .................. 7/2 2003.... Michelle Green ................ 16/7 2004.... Michelle Green ................ 10/4 2005.... Michelle Green .................. 5/6 2006.... Kasi Carroll ....................... 6/1 2007.... Kasi Carroll ....................... 9/8 2008.... Christie Hamilton............... 6/0 2009.... Christie Hamilton............... 8/4

Runs 1997.... Jamie Rausch .................... 27 1998.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 35 1999.... Beth Adams........................ 28 2000.... Michelle Tyree .................... 32 2001.... Nicole Barber ..................... 48 2002.... Nicole Barber ..................... 71 2003.... Nicole Barber ..................... 78 2004.... Nicole Barber ..................... 69 2005.... Courtney Knight ................. 40 2006.... Kellie Middleton.................. 74 2007.... Kellie Middleton.................. 50 2008.... Megan Wiggins................. 44 2009.... Taylor Schlopy.................. 71

Total Bases 1997.... Jamie Rausch .................... 77 1998.... Jessi Cerra ....................... 104 1999.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 84 2000.... Michelle Tyree .................... 78 2001.... Nicole Barber ..................... 97 2002.... Nicole Barber ................... 146 2003.... Nicole Barber ................... 148 2004.... Nicole Barber ................... 132 2005.... Kim Wendlend .................. 144 2006.... Kellie Middleton................ 138 2007.... Kellie Middleton................ 123 2008.... Megan Wiggins............... 121 2009.... Alisa Goler ...................... 164

Sacrifice Hits 1997.... Chrissy Gavin....................... 7 1998.... Beth Adams........................ 15 1999.... Monique Rhoden................ 13 2000.... Lindsay Phillips .................. 13 2001.... Monique Rhoden................ 14 2002.... Katie Lewis......................... 32 2003.... Katie Lewis......................... 34 2004.... Katie Lewis......................... 36 2005.... Katie Lewis......................... 34 2006.... Sojourner Moody................ 29 2007.... Sojourner Moody................ 13 2008.... Kristin Schnake .................. 14 2009.... Ashley Pauly..................... 13

Appearances 1997.... Natalie Price....................... 41 1998.... Natalie Price....................... 42 1999.... Natalie Price....................... 43 2000.... Natalie Price....................... 39 2001.... K. Howard/N. Urban ........... 28 2002.... Lacey Gardner ................... 37 2003.... Michelle Green ................... 51 2004.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 37 2005.... Michelle Green ................... 39 2006.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 43 2007.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 44 2008.... K. Gaskill/S. McCloud ....... 37 2009.... Christie Hamilton................ 44

Saves 1997.... Natalie Price......................... 2 1998.... R. Coffelt/N. Price ................ 1 1999.... Natalie Price......................... 2 2000.... Rockie Castillo ..................... 4 2001.... Kendra Daniels .................... 1 2002.... Lacey Gardner ..................... 2 2003.... Laurie Davidson ................... 2 2004.... Kasi Carroll .......................... 3 2005.... Kasi Carroll .......................... 7 2006.... Katie Griffith ......................... 3 2007.... Kate Gaskill .......................... 2 2008.... Kate Gaskill .......................... 4 2009.... C.Hamilton/S. McCloud....... 1

Hits 1997.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 47 1998.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 64 1999.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 58 2000.... Michelle Tyree .................... 61 2001.... Nicole Barber ..................... 79 2002.... Nicole Barber ................... 105 2003.... Nicole Barber ..................... 95 2004.... Nicole Barber ................... 100 2005.... Kim Wendlend .................... 85 2006.... Kellie Middleton.................. 96 2007.... Kellie Middleton.................. 85 2008.... Megan Wiggins................. 76 2009.... Alisa Goler ........................ 75

Slugging Percentage 1997.... Jamie Rausch ................. .461 1998.... Jessi Cerra ...................... .575 1999.... Jessi Cerra ...................... .488 2000.... Michelle Tyree ...................411 2001.... Nicole Barber .................. .508 2002.... Nicole Barber .................. .584 2003.... Nicole Barber .................. .646 2004.... Kim Wendlend ................. .753 2005.... Megan McAllister ............ .670 2006.... Megan McAllister ............ .706 2007.... Kellie Middleton............... .555 2008.... Megan Wiggins.............. .553 2009.... Alisa Goler ..................... .994 *Minimum of 100 at-bats

Stolen Bases 1997.... Lisa Schutt ......................... 10 1998.... Beth Adams........................ 20 1999.... Beth Adams........................ 22 2000.... Beth Adams........................ 20 2001.... Nicole Barber ..................... 56 2002.... Nicole Barber ..................... 71 2003.... Nicole Barber ..................... 71 2004.... Nicole Barber ..................... 59 2005.... Charvi Greer ...................... 10 2006.... Kellie Middleton.................. 39 2007.... Kellie Middleton.................. 47 2008.... S. Moody/T. Schlopy ......... 21 2009.... Taylor Schlopy.................. 21

Games Started 1997.... Natalie Price....................... 32 1998.... Natalie Price....................... 34 1999.... Natalie Price....................... 33 2000.... Natalie Price....................... 31 2001.... K. Howard/N. Urban ........... 23 2002.... Michelle Green ................... 28 2003.... Michelle Green ................... 46 2004.... Katie Griffith ....................... 29 2005.... Michelle Green ................... 32 2006.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 31 2007.... Kasi Carroll ........................ 39 2008.... Sarah McCloud ................. 30 2009.... Christie Hamilton................ 29

Innings Pitched 1997.... Natalie Price.................. 238.1 1998.... Natalie Price.................. 254.0 1999.... Natalie Price.................. 232.0 2000.... Natalie Price.................. 215.2 2001.... Nichole Urban ............... 143.2 2002.... Lacey Gardner .............. 180.0 2003.... Michelle Green .............. 292.0 2004.... Kasi Carroll ................... 170.1 2005.... Michelle Green .............. 187.1 2006.... Kasi Carroll ................... 224.1 2007.... Kasi Carroll ................... 245.1 2008.... Sarah McCloud ............ 149.1 2009.... Christie Hamilton............211.1

Doubles 1997.... H. Boyer/S. Halminski .......... 8 1998.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 17 1999.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 14 2000.... Michelle Tyree .................... 13 2001.... Shannon McKeon .............. 10 2002.... Kristen Bell ......................... 17 2003.... Kim Wendlend .................... 21 2004.... Kim Wendlend .................... 20 2005.... Megan McAllister ............... 14 2006.... Kellie Middleton.................. 22 2007.... Kellie Middleton.................. 16 2008.... Alisa Goler ........................ 18 2009.... A. Goler/B. Hesson .......... 17

Walks 1997.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 22 1998.... Jessi Cerra ......................... 27 1999.... Chrissy Gavin..................... 30 2000.... Beth Adams........................ 22 2001.... S. McKeon/J. Milner ........... 19 2002.... Shannon McKeon .............. 41 2003.... Shannon McKeon .............. 38 2004.... Shannon McKeon .............. 40 2005.... Megan McAllister ............... 31 2006.... Ashley Godfrey .................. 31 2007.... Megan McAllister ............... 48 2008.... Melissa Wood..................... 35 2009.... Taylor Schlopy.................. 38

Triples 1997.... Jamie Rausch ...................... 3 1998.... Chrissy Gavin....................... 5 1999.... Beth Adams.......................... 3 2000.... Monique Rhoden.................. 3 2001.... Nicole Barber ....................... 5 2002.... Nicole Barber ..................... 12 2003.... Nicole Barber ..................... 10 2004.... Nicole Barber ....................... 8 2005.... Courtney Knight ................... 4 2006.... Ashley Godfrey .................... 5 2007.... Kellie Middleton.................... 5 2008.... Megan Wiggins................... 5 2009.... Taylor Schlopy.................... 4

Hit-By-Pitch 1997.... Lisa Schutt ........................... 3 1998.... C. Gavin/E. Butler ................ 3 1999.... Jen Bell ................................ 3 2000.... Monique Rhoden.................. 4 2001.... Michelle Tyree ...................... 5 2002.... Julie Milner ......................... 17 2003.... Ashley Godfrey .................. 14 2004.... Julie Milner ......................... 17 2005.... Megan McAllister ................. 9 2006.... Kellie Middleton.................. 16 2007.... Kellie Middleton.................. 19 2008.... Taylor Schlopy.................. 18 2009.... Taylor Schlopy.................. 14

Strikeouts 1997.... Natalie Price..................... 220 1998.... Natalie Price..................... 196 1999.... Natalie Price..................... 191 2000.... Natalie Price..................... 185 2001.... Kaili Howard ....................... 89 2002.... Michelle Green ................. 155 2003.... Michelle Green ................. 407 2004.... Michelle Green ................. 236 2005.... Michelle Green ................. 272 2006.... Kasi Carroll ...................... 185 2007.... Kasi Carroll ...................... 234 2008.... Kate Gaskill ...................... 164 2009.... Christie Hamilton .............. 164

Alisa Goler

In 2009, Alisa Goler led the Bulldogs in batting average, hits, home runs, RBI, total bases, slugging percentage and on-base percentage while also tying for the team lead in doubles -- as a sophomore.

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Batting Average 1997.... Heather Boyer ................. .344 1998.... Jessi Cerra ...................... .354 1999.... Jessi Cerra ...................... .337 2000.... Michelle Tyree ................. .321 2001.... Nicole Barber .................. .414 2002.... Nicole Barber .................. .420 2003.... Nicole Barber .................. .415 2004.... Kim Wendland ................. .437 2005.... Kim Wendland ................. .392 2006.... Kellie Middleton............... .409 2007.... Kellie Middleton............... .374 2008.... Megan Wiggins.............. .347 2009.... Alisa Goler ..................... .455 *Minimum of 100 at-bats


Individual Records BATTING AVERAGE Season (min. 100 at-bats) 1. .455 Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 2. .437 Kim Wendland ....................... 2004 3. .420 Nicole Barber......................... 2002 4. .415 Nicole Barber......................... 2003 5. .414 Nicole Barber......................... 2001 6. .409 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2006 7. .407 Nicole Barber......................... 2004 8. .406 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2009 9. .394 Kim Wendland ....................... 2002 10. .392 Kim Wendland ....................... 2005

UGA Softball History

Career (min. 275 at-bats) 1. .414 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 2. .392 Kellie Middleton ................ 2006-07 3. .389 Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 4. .367 Alisa Goler ................. 2008-Pres. 5. .354 Taylor Schlopy ........... 2008-Pres. 6. .338 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 7. .335 Megan Wiggins .......... 2008-Pres. 8. .327 Jessi Cerra ....................... 1997-99 9. .318 Jessica Doucette .............. 2005-06 10. .316 Charvi Greer ..................... 2004-07

GAMES PLAYED

Season 1. 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

Nicole Barber......................... 2002 Kim Wendland ....................... 2002 Katie Lewis ............................ 2002 Kristen Bell ............................ 2002 Shannon McKeon .................. 2002 Michelle Tyree ....................... 2002 Julie Milner ............................ 2002

Career 1. 287 2. 278 278 4. 269 5. 262 6. 261 7. 252 252 9. 243 10. 236

Katie Lewis ....................... 2002-05 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Victoria Sanders ............... 2005-08 Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Lisa Schutt........................ 1997-00

GAMES STARTED

Season 1. 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

Nicole Barber......................... 2002 Kim Wendland ....................... 2002 Katie Lewis ............................ 2002 Kristen Bell ............................ 2002 Shannon McKeon .................. 2002 Michelle Tyree ....................... 2002 Julie Milner ............................ 2002

Career 1. 281 2. 278 3. 278 4. 269 5. 259 6. 247 7. 233 8. 229 229 10. 227

Katie Lewis ....................... 2002-05 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Kim Wendlend .................. 2002-05 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Lisa Schutt........................ 1997-00 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Julie Milner ....................... 2001-04 Michelle Green ................. 2002-05

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AT-BATS Game 6 last-five players...........vs. Oregon (2/8/03)

DOUBLES Game 3 Kim Wendland ..............W. Illinois (3/9/04)

Season 1. 250 2. 246 3. 235 4. 229 5. 227 6. 219 7. 217 217 217 217

Nicole Barber......................... 2002 Nicole Barber ........................ 2004 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2006 Nicole Barber......................... 2003 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2007 Megan Wiggins .................... 2008 Jessica Doucette ................... 2005 Kim Wendland ....................... 2005 Courtney Knight..................... 2004 Kim Wendland ....................... 2003

Season 1. 22 2. 21 3. 20 4. 18 5. 17 17 17 17 9. 16 16

Career 1. 916 2. 805 805 4. 715 5. 693 6. 669 7. 631 8. 625 9. 621 10. 616

Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Kim Wendland ................. 2002-05 Courtney Knight ............... 2003-06 Katie Lewis ....................... 2002-05 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Michelle Green ................. 2002-05 Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03 Beth Adams ...................... 1997-00 Jen Bell............................. 1997-00

Career 1. 64 2. 46 3. 45 4. 44 5. 42 6. 38 7. 37 8. 36 9. 35 10. 33

RBI

Game 1. 7 7

A. Goler ...vs. Ball State (2/20/09) M. Tyree ....... vs. E. Tenn.(2/24/02)

Kellie Middleton .................... 2006 Kim Wendland ....................... 2003 Kim Wendland ....................... 2004 Alisa Goler ........................... 2008 Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 Brianna Hesson ................... 2009 Kristen Bell ............................ 2002 Jessi Cerra ............................ 1998 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2007 Megan McAllister ................... 2006

Season 1. 83 2. 65 3. 64 4. 59 5. 56 6. 55 7. 54 8. 53 9. 52 10. 51

Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 Kim Wendland ...................... 2004 Megan McAllister ................... 2006 Kim Wendland ....................... 2002 Megan McAllister ................... 2005 Kim Wendland ....................... 2003 Kim Wendland ....................... 2005 Jessica Doucette ................... 2006 Megan Wiggins .................... 2008 Shannon McKeon .................. 2004

Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 Megan McAllister ............. 2004-07 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Kellie Middleton ................ 2006-07 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Jessi Cerra ....................... 1997-99 Alisa Goler ................. 2008-Pres. Michelle Green ................. 2002-05

Career 1. 233 2. 184 3. 160 4. 159 5. 154 6. 124 7. 121 8. 115 9. 96 10. 93

Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Courtney Knight................ 2003-05 Alisa Goler ................. 2008-Pres. Michelle Green ................. 2002-05 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03 Megan Wiggins .......... 2008-Pres.

RUNS Game 4 last- K. Schnake .......at Auburn (4/19/09)

TRIPLES Game 2 last- Nicole Barber ......Ball State (3/16/04)

TOTAL BASES Game 10 last-Megan McAllister ....vs. JSU (2/13/05)

Season 1. 78 2. 74 3. 71 71 5. 69 6. 54 7. 52 8. 50 9. 49 10. 48 48

Nicole Barber......................... 2003 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2006 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2009 Nicole Barber......................... 2002 Nicole Barber......................... 2004 Kim Wendland ....................... 2003 Kristin Schnake ..................... 2009 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2007 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2004 Nicole Barber......................... 2001 Courtney Knight..................... 2006

Season 1. 12 2. 10 3. 8 4. 6 5. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Nicole Barber......................... 2002 Nicole Barber......................... 2003 Nicole Barber......................... 2004 Michelle Tyree ....................... 2002 Megan Wiggins .................... 2008 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2007 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2006 Kim Wendland ....................... 2002 Nicole Barber......................... 2001 Chrissy Gavin ........................ 1998 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2003

Season 1. 164 2. 148 3. 146 4. 144 5. 138 6. 132 7 127 127 9. 126 10. 123

Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 Nicole Barber......................... 2003 Nicole Barber......................... 2002 Kim Wendland ....................... 2005 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2006 Nicole Barber......................... 2004 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2009 Megan McAllister ................... 2006 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2007 Kim Wendland ....................... 2002

Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-05 Katie Lewis ....................... 2002-05 Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03 Sojourner Moody ............. 2005-08 Kellie Middleton ................ 2006-07 Julie Milner ....................... 2001-04 Taylor Schlopy ........... 2008-Pres.

Career 1. 35 2. 12 12 4. 11 5. 9 6. 8 8 8 9. 6 6

Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Kellie Middleton ................ 2006-07 Megan Wiggins .......... 2008-Pres. Chrissy Gavin ................... 1997-98 Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 Taylor Schlopy ........... 2008-Pres. Beth Adams ...................... 1997-00

Career 1. 523 2. 507 3. 390 4. 381 5. 368 6. 308 7. 270 8. 261 9. 264 10. 249 249

Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Kim Wendland ................. 2002-05 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03 Michelle Green ................. 2002-05 Kellie Middleton ................ 2006-07 Alisa Goler ................. 2008-Pres. Jessi Cerra ....................... 1997-99

Career 1. 266 2. 182 3. 158 4. 145 5. 141 6. 135 7. 127 8. 124 9. 122 10. 112

HITS Game 5 last-Kim Wendland........W. Illinois (3/9/04)

HOME RUNS Game 2 last - T. Schlopy .vs. #6 Michigan (5/30/09)

Season 1. 105 2. 100 3. 96 4. 95 5. 85 85 7. 84 8. 79 9. 76 10. 75 75

Nicole Barber......................... 2002 Nicole Barber......................... 2004 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2006 Nicole Barber......................... 2003 Kim Wendland ...................... 2005 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2007 Kim Wendland ....................... 2002 Nicole Barber......................... 2001 Megan Wiggins .................... 2008 Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 Kim Wendland ....................... 2003

Season 1. 24 2. 16 16 4. 15 15 15 7. 11 11 11 10. 10

Career 1. 379 2. 313 3. 217 4. 272 5. 203 6. 183 7. 182 8. 181 181 10. 176

Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 Katie Lewis ....................... 2002-05 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Beth Adams ...................... 1997-00 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Kellie Middleton ............... 2006-07 Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03

Career 1. 47 2. 42 3. 38 4. 26 26 6. 20 7. 17 17 17 10. 15

Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 Megan McAllister ................... 2006 Megan McAllister ................... 2005 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2009 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2004 Kim Wendland ....................... 2003 Melissa Wood ........................ 2008 Jessica Doucette ................... 2006 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2006 B. Hesson (‘09), M. Wiggins (‘09), M. McAllister (‘07); S. McKeon (‘04), K. Wendland (‘04), A. Godfrey (‘03) Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 Alisa Goler ................. 2008-Pres. Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Melissa Wood ................... 2007-08 Taylor Schlopy ........... 2008-Pres. Megan Wiggins .......... 2008-Pres. Michelle Green ................. 2002-05 Jessica Doucette .............. 2005-06

SLUGGING PCT. Season (min. 100 at-bats) 1. .994 Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 2. .819 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2009 3. .753 Kim Wendland ....................... 2004 4. .706 Megan McAllister ................... 2006 5. .696 Megan Wiggins .................... 2009 6. .670 Megan McAllister ................... 2005 7. .664 Kim Wendland ....................... 2005 8. .646 Brianna Hesson ................... 2009 .646 Nicole Barber......................... 2003 10. .638 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2004 Career (min. 275 at-bats) 1. .682 Alisa Goler ................. 2008-Pres. 2. .630 Kim Wendlend .................. 2002-05 3. .611 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 4. .603 Taylor Schlopy ........... 2008-Pres. 5. .601 Megan Wiggins .......... 2008-Pres. 6. .583 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 7. .571 Kellie Middleton ................ 2006-07 .571 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 9. .494 Jessica Doucettee ............ 2005-06 10. .492 Brianna Hesson ......... 2008-Pres.


Individual Records WALKS Game 4 Alisa Goler... vs. East Carolina (3/11/08) Season 1. 48 2. 41 3. 40 4. 38 38 6. 36 7. 35 8. 33 32 10. 31 31

Megan McAllister ................... 2007 Shannon McKeon .................. 2002 Shannon McKeon .................. 2004 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2009 Shannon McKeon .................. 2003 Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 Melissa Wood ........................ 2008 Nicole Barber......................... 2003 Michelle Green ...................... 2003 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2006 Megan McAllister ................... 2005

Career 1. 138 2. 119 3. 91 4. 86 5. 81 6. 69 69 8. 66 66 10. 65

Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Kim Wendland .................. 2002-05 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Beth Adams ...................... 1997-00 Taylor Schlopy ........... 2008-Pres. Jessi Cerra ....................... 1997-99 Alisa Goler ................ 2008-Pres.

ON BASE PCT. Season (min. 100 at-bats) 1. .551 Alisa Goler ........................... 2009 2. .550 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2009 3. .505 Kim Wendland ....................... 2004 4. .504 Nicole Barber......................... 2003 5. .480 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2006 6. .476 Kim Wendland ....................... 2002 7. .470 Kim Wendland ....................... 2005 8. .466 Nicole Barber......................... 2002 9. .462 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2007 10. .460 Megan McAllister ................... 2006 .460 Nicole Barber......................... 2004 Career (min. 275 at-bats) 1. .492 Taylor Schlopy ........... 2008-Pres. 2. .472 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 3. .471 Kellie Middleton ................ 2006-07 4. .465 Kim Wendlend .................. 2002-05 5. .461 Alisa Goler ................. 2008-Pres. 6. .430 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 7. .417 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 8. .404 Jessi Cerra ....................... 1997-99 9. .398 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 10. .391 Megan Wiggins .......... 2008-Pres.

SACRIFICE FLIES Game 2 last-M McAllister ... vs. Campbell (3/21/07)

Season 1. 19 2. 18 3. 17 17 5. 16 16 7. 15 8. 14 14 14

Kellie Middleton ..................... 2007 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2008 Julie Milner ............................ 2004 Julie Milner ............................ 2002 Kellie Middleton ..................... 2006 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2004 Megan McAllister ................... 2004 Taylor Schlopy ..................... 2009 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2003 Amy Brannan......................... 2002

Season 1. 5 5 5 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 10. 3

Megan McAllister ................... 2006 Kristen Bell ............................ 2002 Corin Tassio........................... 2000 Kristin Schnake ..................... 2009 Megan Wiggins .................... 2009 Melissa Wood ........................ 2008 Megan McAllister ................... 2007 Courtney Knight..................... 2005 Shannon McKeon .................. 2003 19 tied

Career 1. 42 2. 40 3. 39 4. 35 5. 32 6. 31 7. 26 8. 19 9. 18 10. 15

Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Julie Milner ....................... 2001-04 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Kellie Middleton ................ 2006-07 Taylor Schlopy ........... 2008-Pres. Kim Wendlend .................. 2002-05 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Nicole Barber.................... 2001-04 Amy Brannan.................... 2002-03 Julie Raiskums ................. 2000-02

Career 1. 12 12 3. 9 4. 8 8 6. 7 7 8. 6 6 6

Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Kim Wendlend .................. 2002-05 Michelle Green ................. 2002-05 Julie Milner ....................... 2001-04 Melissa Wood ................... 2007-08 Kristen Bell ....................... 2001-02 Alisa Goler ................. 2008-Pres. Megan Wiggins .......... 2008-Pres. Courtney Knight................ 2003-06

STRIKEOUTS

Season 1. 62 2. 48 3. 47 47 5. 46 6. 44 7. 43 8. 40 40 10. 39

Michelle Tyree ....................... 2002 Jamie Rausch........................ 1997 Taylor Schlopy ....................... 2008 Kristen Bell ............................ 2002 Shannon McKeon .................. 2002 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2003 Michelle Tyree ....................... 2000 Ashley Godfrey ...................... 2006 Lisa Schutt............................. 1998 Julie Milner ............................ 2002

Career 1. 155 2. 137 3. 132 4. 125 5. 122 6. 117 7. 97 8. 95 9. 94 10. 86

Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Shannon McKeon ............. 2001-04 Lisa Schutt........................ 1997-00 Jen Bell............................. 1997-00 Megan McAllister .............. 2004-07 Chrissy Gavin ................... 1997-99 Julie Milner ....................... 2001-04 Michelle Green ................. 2002-05 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06

Season 1. 71 71 3. 59 4. 56 5. 47 6. 39 39 8. 28 28 10. 24

Nicole Barber, 71-73.............. 2002 Nicole Barber, 71-78.............. 2003 Nicole Barber, 59-68.............. 2004 Nicole Barber, 56-59.............. 2001 Kellie Middleton, 47-50 ......... 2007 Charvi Greer, 39-41 ............... 2007 Kellie Middleton, 39-46 ......... 2006 Michelle Tyree, 28-32 ............ 2002 Michelle Tyree, 28-30 ............ 2001 Michelle Tyree, 24-25 ............ 2003

Career 1. 257 2. 99 3. 86 4. 68 5. 64 6. 60 7. 57 8. 51 9. 45 10. 42 42

Nicole Barber, 257-278.... 2001-04 Michelle Tyree, 99-108 .... 2000-03 Kellie Middleton, 86-96 ..... 2006-07 Beth Adams, 68-92 ......... 1997-00 Sojourner Moody, 64-76 ... 2005-08 Charvi Greer, 60-66 .......... 2004-07 Katie Lewis, 57-71 ........... 2002-05 Kim Wendland, 51-62 ...... 2002-05 Julie Milner, 45-56 .......... 2001-04 Taylor Schlopy, 42-44 2008-Pres. Kristin Schnake, 42-43 ..... 2007-09

TOUGHEST TO K (STRIKEOUTS/AT-BATS) Season (min. 100 at-bats) 1. 0.036 (6/165) Alisa Goler .................... 2009 2. 0.052 (9/173) Katie Lewis..................... 2003 3. 0.059 (11/187) Beth Adams.................... 2000 4. 0.062 (12/195) Katie Lewis..................... 2004 5. 0.064 (16/250) Nicole Barger ................. 2002 6. 0.065 (13/200) Alisa Goler .................... 2008 7. 0.067 (9/135) Kim McClung.................. 1998 8. 0.067 (12/178) Alyssa Mauro ................. 2000 9. 0.069 (15/217) Kim Wendland ................ 2003 10. 0.070 (7/100) Sabrina Touchberry ........ 1997 Career (min. 275 at-bats) 1. 0.052 (19/365) Alisa Goler .......... 2008-Pres. 2. 0.080 (57/715)) Katie Lewis................2002-05 3. 0.082 (38/462) Kellie Middleton.........2006-07 4. 0.082 (20/243) Kim McClung.............1997-00 5. 0.083 (67/805) Kim Wendland ...........2002-05 6. 0.086 (79/916) Nicole Barber ............2001-04 7. 0.098 (29/295) Chelsea Cantillo ........2006-07 8. 0.103 (64/621) Beth Adams...............1997-00 9. 0.105 (58/554) Sojourner Moody.......2005-08 10. 0.107 (86/805) Courtney Knight ........2003-06

WALK-TO-STRIKEOUT RADIO Season (min. 100 at-bats) 1. 6.00 (36/6) Alisa Goler .................... 2009 2. 2.23 (29/13) Alisa Goler .................... 2008 3. 2.00 (40/20) Shannon McKeon .......... 2004 Beth Adams.................... 2000 2.00 (22/11) 5. 1.81 (29/16) Kim Wendland ................ 2005 6. 1.73 (38/22) Taylor Schlopy.............. 2009 7. 1.68 (32/19) Michelle Green ............... 2003 8. 1.67 (35/21) Melissa Wood................. 2008 9. 1.57 (33/21) Nicole Barber ................. 2003 10. 1.53 (23/15) Kim Wendland ................ 2004 11. 1.45 (48/33) Megan McAllister ........... 2007

EXTRA BASE HITS Season (2B-3B-HR) 1. 41 (17-0-24) Alisa Goler ................... 2009 2. 32 (16-0-16) Megan McAllister ........... 2006 3. 30 (11-4-15) Taylor Schlopy ............. 2009 30 (22-4-4) Kellie Middleton ............. 2006 30 (14-0-16) Megan McAllister ........... 2005 30 (20-0-10) Kim Wendland ............... 2004 30 (21-2-7) Kim Wendland ............... 2003 8. 29 (21-10-7) Nicole Barber................. 2003 9. 28 (17-1-10) Brianna Hesson ........... 2009 28 (12-1-15) Kim Wendland ............... 2005 28 (17-3-8) Kristen Bell .................... 2002

Career (min. 275 at-bats) 1. 3.42 (65/19) Alisa Goler .......... 2008-Pres. 2. 1.36 (91/67) Kim Wendland ...........2002-05 3. 1.09 (86/79) Nicole Barber ............2001-04 4. 1.08 (69/64) Beth Adams...............1997-00 5. 1.06 (54/51) Melissa Wood............2007-08 6. 1.05 (61/58) Sojourner Moody.......2005-08 7. 1.05 (138/132) Shannon McKeon .....2001-04 8. 1.02 (119/117) Megan McAllister ......2004-07 9. .974 (37/38) Kellie Middleton.........2006-07 10. .957 (66/69) Taylor Schlopy.... 2008-Pres.

Career (2B-3B-HR) 1. 110 (64-8-38) Kim Wendland ..........2002-05 2. 93 (46-0-47) Megan McAllister ......2004-07 3. 91 (37-12-42) Ashley Godfrey .........2003-06 4. 89 (44-35-10) Nicole Barber............2001-04 5. 71 (42-3-26) Shannon McKeon .....2001-04 6. 70 (45-11-14) Courtney Knight........2003-06 7. 62 (35-1-26) Alisa Goler ......... 2008-Pres. 8. 56 (38-9-9) Kellie Middleton ........2006-07 56 (31-12-13) Michelle Tyree ..........2000-03 10. 51 (33-1-17) Michelle Green .........2002-05 51 (36-1-14) Jessi Cerra ...............1997-99

SACRIFICE HITS Game 3 last-Sojourner Moody .vs. Iowa (2/10/06) Season 1. 36 2. 34 34 4. 32 5. 29 6. 15 7. 14 14 14 14 14

Katie Lewis ............................ 2004 Katie Lewis ............................ 2005 Katie Lewis ............................ 2003 Katie Lewis ............................ 2002 Sojourner Moody ................... 2006 Beth Adams ........................... 1998 Kristin Schnake ..................... 2008 Becky Mohl ............................ 2006 Jessica Gilmore ..................... 2005 Michelle Tyree ....................... 2002 Monique Rhoden ................... 2001

Career 1. 136 2. 56 3. 39 4. 34 5. 33 6. 30 7. 27 8. 24 24 10. 23

Katie Lewis ....................... 2002-05 Sojourner Moody .............. 2005-08 Monique Rhoden .............. 1999-01 Michelle Tyree .................. 2000-03 Kristin Schnake ................ 2007-09 Lisa Schutt........................ 1997-00 Beth Adams ...................... 1997-00 Ashley Godfrey ................. 2003-06 Courtney Knight................ 2003-06 Julie Milner ....................... 2001-04

Katie Lewis

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HIT-BY-PITCH Game 2 last-Victoria Sanders..... vs. BYU (5/16/08)

STOLEN BASES Game 5 Kellie Middleton ....McNeese St. (2/11/07)


Individual Records ERA Season (min. 100 innings pitched) 1. 0.92 Lacey Gardner........................... 2003 2. 1.10 Michelle Green .......................... 2003 3. 1.35 Michelle Green .......................... 2005 4. 1.42 Michelle Green .......................... 2002 5. 1.44 Kasi Carroll ............................... 2006 6. 1.48 Kasi Carroll ............................... 2004 1.48 Michelle Green .......................... 2004 8. 1.77 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 9. 1.79 Lacey Gardner........................... 2002 1.79 Natalie Price .............................. 1997

UGA Softball History

Career (min. 175 innings pitched) 1. 1.30 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 2. 1.45 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 3. 1.68 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 4. 1.95 Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 5. 2.50 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. 2.50 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 7. 2.52 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 8. 2.74 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 9. 2.76 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03

Season 1. 39 2. 30 3. 29 4. 27 5. 26 6. 22 7. 21 21 9. 20 10. 19 Career 1. 104 2. 94 3. 74 4. 56 5. 36 6. 32 32 8. 31 9. 26 10. 18

WINS

Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1999 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2007 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1997 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1998

Career 1. 63 2. 39 3. 29 4. 28 5. 21 6. 15 7. 13 13 9. 11 10. 10

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Kate Gaskill .......................... 2007-08

APPEARANCES

Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2006 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Michelle Green .......................... 2005 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Lacey Gardner........................... 2002 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Michelle Green .......................... 2002 Katie Griffith............................... 2004

Season 1. 51 2. 44 44 4. 43 43 6. 42 7. 41 8. 39 39 10. 38

Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2006 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Michelle Green .......................... 2005 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000

Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Nichole Urban....................... 2001-03 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Jessica Doucette .................. 2005-06

Career 1. 165 2. 157 3. 147 4. 108 5. 88 6. 84 7. 69 8. 64 9. 60 10. 57

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-04 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Sarah McCloud.................2008-Pres. Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Kate Gaskill .......................... 2007-08

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LOSSES

Season 1. 20 2. 16 16 4. 15 15 6. 14 7. 13 8. 12 9. 11 10. 10 10

GAMES STARTED

Season 1. 46 2. 39 3. 34 4. 33 33 6. 32 32 8. 31 31 10. 30

Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2005 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Michelle Green .......................... 2005 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2006 Sarah McCloud ........................ 2008

Career 1. 130 2. 127 3. 125 4. 76 5. 73 6. 71 7. 57 8. 53 9. 42 10. 27

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-00 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Jessica Doucette .................. 2005-06

COMPLETE GAMES

Season 1. 31 31 3. 28 4. 27 5. 26 6. 21 7. 20 8. 19 19 10. 18 18 18

Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2006 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2007 Michelle Green .......................... 2002 Katie Griffith............................... 2004 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1998

Career 1. 106 2. 77 77 4. 50 5. 43 6. 33 7. 25 8. 21 21 10. 17

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Jessica Doucette .................. 2005-06

SHUTOUTS

Season 1. 19.5 2. 13.0 3. 12.0 4. 10.0 5. 9.0 6. 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 10. 7.5 7.5

Michelle Green (16/7) ................ 2003 Kasi Carroll (9/8) ....................... 2007 Michelle Green (10/4) ................ 2004 Christie Hamilton (8/4)............... 2009 Kasi Carroll (6/6) ....................... 2004 Michelle Green (5/6) .................. 2005 Katie Griffith (7/2) ...................... 2004 Michelle Green (7/2) .................. 2002 Natalie Price (7/2)...................... 2000 Sarah McCloud (6/3) ................ 2009 Natalie Price (7/1)...................... 1998

Career 1. 47.5 2. 32.0 3. 26.5 4. 22.5 5. 15.0 6. 13.0 7. 12.0 8. 8.5 8.5 10. 8.0

Michelle Green (38/19) ......... 2002-03 Kasi Carroll (22/20) .............. 2004-07 Natalie Price (25/3)............... 1997-00 Christie Hamilton (18/9)........ 2007-09 Katie Griffith (11/8) ............... 2004-06 Lacey Gardner (7/12) ........... 2002-03 Sarah McCloud (8/8) ...... 2008-Pres. Kate Gaskill (3/11) ................ 2007-08 Nichole Urban (4/9) .............. 2001-03 Jessica Doucette (7/2).......... 2005-06

Season 1. 7 2. 4 4 4. 3 3 6. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Career 1. 10 2. 6 6 4. 5 5. 4 4 7. 3 8. 2 2 10. 1

SAVES Kasi Carroll ................................ 2005 Kate Gaskill ............................... 2008 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2004 Katie Griffith............................... 2006 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2008 Sarah McCloud ........................ 2008 Kate Gaskill ............................... 2007 Katie Griffith............................... 2005 Laurie Davidson ........................ 2003 Lacey Gardner........................... 2002 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Kate Gaskill .......................... 2007-08 Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. Laurie Davidson ........................ 2003 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 M. Green (‘02-05), R. Hawkins (‘02), K. Daniels (‘01), R. Coffelt (‘97-99)

INNINGS PITCHED Game 11 Natalie Price ................Chattanooga 2/29/00 11 Michelle Green ...................... Oregon 2/8/03 Season 1. 292.0 2. 254.0 3. 245.1 4. 238.1 5. 232.0 6. 224.1 7. 215.2 8. 211.1 9. 187.1 10. 181.1

Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2006 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009 Michelle Green .......................... 2005 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2007

Career 1. 940.0 Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 2. 791.1 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 3. 789.0 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 4. 534.1 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 5. 442.0 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 6. 361.0 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 7. 294.0 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 8. 292.0 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 9. 290.1 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. 10. 184.2 Kate Gaskill .......................... 2007-08 HITS ALLOWED Game 16 Katie Griffith ................. vs. Alabama (5/1/05) Season 1. 226 2. 222 3. 218 4. 184 184 6. 182 7. 173 8. 169 9. 165 10. 164

Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2007 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2006 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1998 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1999 Michelle Green .......................... 2003

Career 1. 780 2 683 3. 462 4. 461 5. 459 6. 291 7. 296 8. 212 9. 211 10. 173

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000


Individual Records WALKS ISSUED Game 10 Kate Gaskill ..........at La.-Lafayette (2/10/07) Season 1. 103 2. 102 3. 95 4. 87 5. 81 6. 80 7. 78 8. 77 9. 70 10. 65

Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2008 Sarah McCloud ........................ 2009 Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Sarah McCloud ........................ 2008 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2007 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009

Career 1. 330 2. 248 3. 229 4. 159 5. 157 6. 154 7. 123 8. 103 9. 92 10. 83

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Jessica Doucette .................. 2005-06

Season 1. 407 2. 272 3. 236 4. 234 5. 220 6. 196 7. 191 8. 185 185 10. 164 164

Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Michelle Green .......................... 2005 Michelle Green .......................... 2004 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2006 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009 Kate Gaskill ............................... 2008

Career 1. 1,070 2. 792 3 670 4. 429 5. 389 6. 246 7. 212 8. 193 9. 190 10. 147

Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Kate Gaskill .......................... 2007-08 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. DOUBLES ALLOWED

Season 1. 52 2. 40 3. 32 4. 30 30 6. 28 7. 27 27 27 10. 26 25 25

Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2008 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2007 Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1997 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1999 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1998

Career 1. 145 2. 86 3. 82 4. 77 77 6. 42 7. 39 8. 32 9. 28 10. 22

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres.

Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Natalie Price .............................. 1998 Katie Griffith............................... 2005 Kasi Carroll ................................ 2007 Lacey Gardner........................... 2002 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1999 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1998 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2007 Michelle Green .......................... 2003

Season 1. 17 17 3. 16 4. 15 5. 14 6. 12 12 8. 11 9. 10 10. 9 9

Career 1. 24 2. 10 3. 7 7 5. 6 6. 5 7. 4 4 4 10. 3

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03

Career 1. 41 2. 36 3. 26 4. 24 5. 21 6. 16 7. 15 8. 14 9. 13 10. 12

HOME RUNS ALLOWED

Season 1. 19 2. 18 3. 17 17 5. 15 6. 14 7. 13 8. 12 12 10. 11 11

Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009 Michelle Green .......................... 2005 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2008 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2007 Nicole Urban.............................. 2001 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Michelle Green .......................... 2003 Katie Griffith............................... 2004 Lacey Gardner........................... 2002 Sarah McCloud ........................ 2009 Jessica Doucette ....................... 2006

Career 1. 53 2. 46 3. 33 4. 29 5. 27 6. 25 7. 16 16 16 10. 14 14

Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Kate Gaskill .......................... 2007-08 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001

BATTING AVERAGE AGAINST Season (min. 100 at-bats) 1. .133 Laurie Davidson ........................ 2003 2. .144 Michelle Green .......................... 2004 3. .163 Michelle Green .......................... 2003 4. .166 Lacey Gardner........................... 2003 5. .172 Michelle Green .......................... 2005 6. .179 Katie Griffith............................... 2004 7. .186 Kate Gaskill ............................... 2008 8. .190 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009 9. .191 Kate Gaskill ............................... 2007 10. .192 Michelle Green .......................... 2002 Career (min. 275 at-bats) 1. .168 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 2. .194 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 3. .205 Jessica Doucette .................. 2005-06 4. .210 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres. 5. .219 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 6. .223 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 7. .226 Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 8. .227 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 9. .231 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 10. .250 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03

WILD PITCHES THROWN Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1999 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1997 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Kendra Daniels .......................... 2001 Michelle Green .......................... 2002 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Nicole Urban.............................. 2001 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Katie Griffith............................... 2006 Nicole Urban.............................. 2002 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Kendra Daniels .......................... 2001 Lacey Gardner...................... 2002-03 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000

HIT-BY-PITCH ISSUED

Season 1. 23 2. 20 3. 19 4. 18 18 6. 17 7. 14 8. 13 9. 11 11

Natalie Price .............................. 2000 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1999 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2009 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1997 Natalie Price .............................. 1999 Natalie Price .............................. 1997 Rhonda Coffelt .......................... 1998 Christie Hamilton ....................... 2008 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000

Career 1. 63 2. 51 3. 34 4. 23 5. 21 6. 18 7. 11 11 11 10. 10

Natalie Price ......................... 1997-00 Rhonda Coffelt ..................... 1997-99 Christie Hamilton .................. 2007-09 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Katie Griffith.......................... 2004-06 Kaili Howard .............................. 2001 Michelle Green ..................... 2002-05 Nicole Urban......................... 2001-03 Rockie Castillo........................... 2000 Sarah McCloud .............. 2008-Pres.

PUTOUTS Game 16 last-Charvi Greer .......... vs. Mercer (3/29/05) Season 1. 548 2. 523 3. 488 4. 426 5. 424 6. 416 7. 409 409 9. 406 10. 395

Shannon McKeon ...................... 2003 Kim Wendlend ........................... 2002 Shannon McKeon ...................... 2004 Melissa Wood ............................ 2008 Charvi Greer .............................. 2005 Jessi Cerra ................................ 1999 Lisa Schutt................................. 2000 Jessi Cerra ................................ 1998 Melissa Wood ............................ 2007 Kim Wendlend ........................... 2003

Career 1. 1,524 2. 1,403 3. 1,186 4. 869 5. 864 6. 832 7. 620 8. 578 9. 525 10. 481

Shannon McKeon ................. 2001-04 Kim Wendlend ...................... 2002-05 Jessi Cerra ........................... 1997-99 Lisa Schutt............................ 1997-00 Megan McAllister .................. 2004-07 Melissa Wood ....................... 2007-08 Brianna Hesson ............. 2008-Pres. Charvi Greer ......................... 2004-07 Becky Mohl ........................... 2006-07 Ashley Godfrey ..................... 2003-06

ASSISTS Game 9 last-K. Schnake vs. #11 Wash. ......(5/20/07) Season 1. 143 2. 142 3. 136 4. 133 5. 126 6. 124 7. 121 121 9. 118 10. 117 117

Michelle Tyree ........................... 2002 Alison Horne .............................. 2006 Lindsay Phillips.......................... 2000 Kristin Schnake ......................... 2008 Katie Lewis ................................ 2002 Katie Lewis ................................ 2004 Chrissy Gavin ............................ 1999 Chrissy Gavin ............................ 1998 Kristen Bell ................................ 2002 Jessica Doucette ....................... 2005 Kristen Bell ................................ 2001

Career 1. 431 2. 396 3. 353 4. 347 5. 330 6. 268 7. 241 8. 235 9. 232 10. 219

Katie Lewis ........................... 2002-05 Michelle Tyree ...................... 2000-03 Chrissy Gavin ....................... 1997-99 Kristin Schnake .................... 2007-09 Lisa Schutt............................ 1997-00 Kasi Carroll ........................... 2004-07 Megan McAllister .................. 2004-07 Kristen Bell ........................... 2001-02 Shannon McKeon ................. 2001-04 Sojourner Moody .................. 2005-08

ERRORS Game 3 last-M. McAllister vs. #11 Wash. ....(5/20/07) Season 1. 20 2. 19 3. 18 18 18 6. 17 7. 16 8. 15 9. 14 14 14

Michelle Tyree ........................... 2000 Michelle Tyree ........................... 2002 Kristen Bell ................................ 2001 Mimi Veach ................................ 1998 Karin Wieting ............................. 1997 Megan McAllister ....................... 2007 Alison Horne .............................. 2006 Megan McAllister ....................... 2005 Sojourner Moody ....................... 2007 Katie Lewis ................................ 2003 Monique Rhoden ....................... 2001

Career 1. 59 2. 49 3. 43 4. 42 5. 31 6. 27 7. 25 25 25 25

Michelle Tyree ...................... 2000-03 Katie Lewis ........................... 2002-05 Lisa Schutt............................ 1997-00 Megan McAllister .................. 2004-07 Sojourner Moody .................. 2005-08 Kristin Schnake .................... 2007-09 Alison Horne ......................... 2006-07 Kristen Bell ........................... 2001-02 Monique Rhoden .................. 1999-01 Karin Wieting ........................ 1997-98

FIELDING PERCENTAGE Season (min. 75 chances) 1. 1.000 Brianna Hesson ....................... 2009 1.000 Taylor Schlopy ......................... 2009 1.000 Becky Mohl ................................ 2007 1.000 Becky Mohl ................................ 2006 1.000 Nicole Barber............................. 2003 1.000 Nicole Barber............................. 2002 7. .996 Kristyn Sandberg .................... 2009 8. .995 Jessi Cerra ................................ 1997 9. .994 Heather Boyer ........................... 1997 10. .993 Melissa Wood ............................ 2008 .993 Shannon McKeon ...................... 2003 Career (min. 225 chances) 1. 1.000 Becky Mohl ........................... 2006-07 2. .996 Kristyn Sandberg .......... 2009-Pres. 3. .992 Melissa Wood ....................... 2007-08 4. .990 Julie Raiskums ..................... 2000-02 .990 Jessi Cerra ........................... 1997-99 6. .988 Brianna Hesson ............. 2008-Pres. .988 Nicole Barber........................ 2001-04 .988 Shannon McKeon ................. 2001-04 9. .986 Kim Wendlend ...................... 2002-05 .986 Julie Milner ........................... 2001-04

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STRIKEOUTS Game 17 Michelle Green ............ vs. Mercer (3/29/05)

TRIPLES ALLOWED

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


Team Records / Streaks / Letterwinners TEAM RECORDS Single-Game Hitting

At Bats Runs Hits RBI Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Walks Strikeouts Sac Hits Sac Flies Stolen Bases Caught Stealing Hit-By-Pitch Left On Base Hit into Double Play

49 23 22 23 5 3 5 38 12 16 4 3 9 3 5 17 2

vs. Oregon 2/8/03 Charlotte 3/9/05 Charlotte 3/9/05 Charlotte 3/9/05 last at Auburn 3/18/09 last vs. Baylor 3/6/09 2x, last vs. IUPUI 2/21/09 Charlotte 3/9/05 vs. Ball State 2/20/09 UCLA 2/18/05 last Charlotte 3/9/05 UNCW 3/5/04 Marshall 2/23/02 Ball State 3/6/04 at Auburn 3/17/02 Oregon 2/8/03 last at Alabama 4/4/09

Single-Game Fielding

UGA Softball History

Putouts Assists Errors Passed Balls Double Plays

33 22 7 3 3

Oregon 2/8/03 last Tennessee 5/15/04 vs. Iowa 3/9/00 last Michigan 2/27/06 Alabama 5/1/04

Single-Game Pitching

Innings Runs Earned Runs Walks Strikeouts Hits Doubles Triples Homers Wild Pitches Hit Batters

11 15 12 12 17 17 6 2 4 4 4

last- vs. Oregon 2/8/03 at Florida 3/11/09 2x, last at Florida 3/11/09 at Florida 3/11/09 Mercer 3/29/05 LSU 4/10/98 last at Tennessee 3/18/00 last vs. LSU 5/10/02 Alabama State 3/9/04 at Miss. State 3/26/97 last vs. Tenn. Tech 3/10/00

STREAKS Wins Loses SEC Wins SEC Loses Home Wins Road Wins Home Loses Road Loses Hit Streak

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

25 9 13 9 22 16 5 8 20

5/6/01 to 3/3/02 3/18/01 to 4/1/01 3/12/05 to 4/2/05 3/18/01 to 4/1/01 5/4/08 to 4/15/09 5/6/01 to 2/17/02 last 3/18/01 to 4/1/01 4/16/99 to 4/24/99 K. Wendland 3/9/05 to 4/3/05

Top-10 Winning Streaks

25................. 5/6/01 to 3/3/02 20................. 3/5/05 to 4/2/05 18............. 3/29/06 to 4/22/06 16............. 3/11/08 to 3/30/08 14............... 2/8/03 to 2/28/03 10............... 3/14/09 to 4/1/09 10............... 2/13/09 to 3/6/09 10............... 3/9/07 to 3/17/07 10 ......... 2/11/06 to 2/24/06 10 ......... 3/13/02 to 2/23/02 10............... 3/22/98 to 4/5/98

LETTERWINNERS —A – Beth Adams* ....................1997-00, RF, Alpharetta, Ga. Erin Arevalo ............................ 2009, P, Lathrop, Calif. Jennie Auger......................2008-09, OF, Poway, Calif. –B– Krista Bailey ...................1997-99,C, Summerville, S.C. Katie Backer ..................2006-07, P/PR, Alpharetta, Ga. Nicole Barber ................ 2001-04, CF, Oregon City, Ore. Jen Bell ..............................1997-00, C-DP, Vienna, Va. Kristen Bell*................. 2001-02, 3B, Lawrenceville, Ga. Heather Boyer ........................ 1997-98, C, Hudson, Fla. Maya Branch ..............................2009, OF, Lithonia, Ga. Amy Brannan .................2002-03, RF, McDonough, Ga. Erica Butler..........................1997-98, OF, Ringgold, Ga. –C– Chelsea Cantillo ...............2006-07, IF, Santa Ana, Calif. Kasi Carroll...................... 2004-07, P/DP, Norris City, Ill. Rockie Castillo ......................2000, P, Brentwood, Tenn. Jessi Cerra* ........................1997-99, 1B, Sarasota, Fla. Sherri Ciesla...........................1997, UTIL, Marietta, Ga. Rhonda Coffelt* ...1997-99, P, Whitehouse Station, N.J. Melissa Cook.................. 2004-05, OF, Watkinsville, Ga. Kacey Coonce ........................... 2007, INF, Goreville, Ill. Jennifer Corbin ..........................2005, INF, Decatur, Ga. –D– Kendra Daniels...................2001, P, Port Neches, Texas Lisaira Daniels...........................2009, OF, Newnan, Ga. Laurie Davidson .............................2003, P, Atlanta, Ga. Jessica Doucette .......2005-06, P/3B, El Segundo, Calif. Jodi Dyer ................................2004-05, C, Hartwell, Ga. –E– Tess Echols ..........................2009, OF, Fayetteville, Ga. –G– Jessica Gardner .........................2007, C, Antioch, Calif. Lacey Gardner ..................2002-03, P, Watkinsville, Ga. Kate Gaskill .......................... 2007-08, P, Murrieta, Calif. Chrissy Gavin* .................1997-99, 3B, Clarksville, Md. Jessica Gilmore... 2005-06, OF, Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Norie Glazebrook ..............2008, P/INF, Greenville, S.C. Ashley Godfrey.................2003-06, INF, Columbus, Ga. Alisa Goler ........................ 2008-09, INF, Frankfort, Ill. Michelle Green .................... 2002-05, P/DP, Duluth, Ga. Brooke Greene ....................... 2003, 2B, Loganville, Ga. Charvi Greer.......................... 2004-07, OF, Auburn, Ala. Katie Griffith ............................... 2004-06, Conyers, Ga. –H– Brook Hall............................... 1998, SS, Sugar Hill, Ga. Stephanie Halminski ....... 1997, 99-00, OF, Lilburn, Ga. Christie Hamilton ..............2007-09, P/INF, Acworth, Ga. Rachael Hawkins .................2002, P, Old Hickory, Tenn. Emily Herren ............................. 2008-09, C, Rome, Ga. Brianna Hesson ............. 2008-09, INF, Sugar Hill, Ga. Alison Horne.......................... 2006-07, Fayetteville, Ga. Kaili Howard .................................2001, P, Marietta, Ga. Brittney Hubbard ....... 2009, OF/INF, Victorville, Calif. Christy Huber ......................1997, P, Severna Park, Md. –J– Jade Jarvis ........................2003-05, 3B, Lake Park, Ga. –K– Courtney Knight ................... 2003-06, OF, Lithonia, Ga. –L– Emily Lauer ..............................1999, 3B, Sarasota, Fla. Katie Lewis .......................... 2002-05, INF, Marietta, Ga. Courtney Logan......................2003, UTIL, Marietta, Ga.

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–M– Jessica Malcom..................2003, SS, Social Circle, Ga. Laurin Makohon ........................ 1999, OF, Marietta, Ga. Alyssa Mauro .............1999-01, CF, Mission Viejo, Calif. Megan McAllister............. 2004-07, INF, Carlsbad, Calif. Sarah McCloud ....................2008-09, P, Celina, Texas Kim McClung ......................1997-00, UTIL, Lilburn, Ga. Shannon McKeon...........2001-04,C/3B, Hollywood, Fla. Yolanda McRae ............................2003, OF, Dublin, Ga. Molly McWilliams ........................2002, OF, Cordele, Ga. Kellie Middleton ...................2006-07, OF, Norcross, Ga. Julie Milner ...........................2001-04, LF, Snellville, Ga. Becky Mohl...........................2006-07, C, Leesburg, Ga. Sojourner Moody ...........2005-08, OF/INF, Lithonia , Ga. Tori Moody ..................... 2009, C/DP, Woodstock, Ga. –N– Shawna Norris.........................2003, OF, Littleton, Colo. –O– Lorene Olney................................1997, P, Marietta, Ga. –P– Caroline Patrick ........1997-98, OF, East Brunswick, N.J. Ashley Pauly .......................2009, INF, Kennesaw, Ga. Lindsay Phillips ......................2000, 3B, Harrison, Tenn. Sabrina Pimentel ................1999-00, C, Riverside, Calif. Cynthia Polk ................ 2000, P-DP, Chattanooga, Tenn. Natalie Price .............................1997-00, P, Reston, Va. –R– Julie Raiskums ....................2000-02, C, LaGrange, Ga. Jamie Rausch* ..............1997, OF, New Wilmington, Pa. Christina Reed ................2008-09, OF/INF, Winder, Ga. Peyton Rhodes............................... 1999, P, Lilburn, Ga. Monique Rhoden ..... 1999-01, LF, Pembroke Pines, Fla. Stacey Richardson .......................2000, DP, Dalton, Ga. Melanie Robertson ........ 1999-01, OF, Chesapeake, Ba. –S– Kristyn Sandberg ............... 2009, C, Island Park, N.Y. Victoria Sanders ....................2005-08, OF, Decatur, Ga. Taylor Schlopy .......... 2008-09, OF/P West Hills, Calif. Kristin Schnake .................... 2007-09, INF, Richview, Ill. Lisa Schutt* .................... 1997-00, 2B-1B, Lincroft, N.J. Niki Stansell ..........................2008, UTIL, Meeker, Okla. Pam Stewart......................2002, INF, Moss Point, Miss. –T– Corin Tassio..............................2000, 2B, Sarasota, Fla. Kristen Thomas ................... 2008, OF, Watkinsville, Ga. Katie Thrasher ...................2002, 3B/C, Arnoldsville, Ga. Kelsey Todd ....................2004-06, UTIL, Alpharetta, Ga. Sabrina Touchberry ................1997, DP, Dunwoody, Ga. Michelle Tyree* ..............2000-03, SS, Brentwood, Tenn. –U– Nichole Urban ........................2001-03, P, Denver, Colo. –V– Kirsten Vaughn ...................2001, OF, Baton Rouge, La. Mimi Veach............................ 1997-98, SS, Canton, Ga. Katie Vickers ...................... 2005, INF, San Diego, Calif. –W– Kim Wendland ...................2002-05, 1B, Rock Island, Ill. Karin Wieting ............................ 1997-98, SS, Burke, Va. Megan Wiggins ..........2008-09, OF/INF, Snellville, Ga. Melissa Wood ........................... 2007-08, C, Lilburn, Ga. * Indicates team captain


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14

21

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Ashley Godfrey (2002-06)

Jennifer Corbin (2005-06) Lacey Gardner (2002-03) Stephanie Halminski (1997-00) Christina Reed (2008-09)

Courtney Logan (2003) Sojourner Moody (2005-08)

Jennifer Elmore (2009) Charvi Greer (2004-07) Yolanda McRae (2003) Lorene Olney (1997) Monique Rhoden (1999-01) Katie Thrasher (2002)

Ember Awagu (2004) Melissa Wood (2007)

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8 Sherri Ciesla (1997) Laurin Makohon (1999-00) Kim Wendland (2001-05)

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3 Krista Bailey (1997-99) Maya Branch (2009) Katie Griffith (2004-06) Kate Hommel (2001) Niki Stansell (2008)

4 Heather Boyer (1997-98) Alyssa Mauro (1999-01) Shawna Norris (2003) Victoria Sanders (2005-08)

5 Rachael Hawkins (2002) Sarah McCloud (2008-09) Kim McClung (1997-00) Becky Mohl (2006-07)

6 Jodi Dyer (2004-05) Kaili Howard (2001-02) Kellie Middleton (2006-07) Taylor Schlopy (2008-09)

9 Beth Adams (1997-00) Nicole Barber (2001-04) Katie Vickers (2005)

10 Kacey Coonce (2007) Jessica Gilmore (2005-06) Ashley Pauly (2009) Sabrina Pimentel (1999-00) Karin Weiting (1997-98)

11 Kasi Carroll (2004-07) Brook Hall (1998) Brittney Hubbard (2009) Caroline Patrick (1997-98) Michelle Tyree (2000-03)

Erica Butler (1997-98) Michelle Green (2002-05) Corin Tassio (2000)

16 Norie Glazebrook (2008) Jade Jarvis (2003-05) Lisa Schutt (1997-00)

17 Jessica Gardner (2007) Shannon McKeon (2001-04) Whitney Owens (2009)

18 Katie Backer (2006-07) Melissa Cook (2004-05) Lisaira Daniels (2009) Brooke Greene (2003) Peyton Rhodes (1999-00) Mimi Veach (1997-98)

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12 Jennie Auger (2008-09) Jessi Cerra (1997-99) Courtney Knight (2003-06) Cynthia Polk (2000)

13 Rhonda Coffelt (1997-99)

Raquel Castillo (2000) Kate Gaskill (2007-08) Jamie Rausch (1997-98)

20 Tess Echols (2009) Jessica Malcom (2003) Ashley Martin (1999) Julie Raiskums (2000-02)

22 Melanie Robertson (1999-01) Kristin Schnake (2007-09) Pam Stewart (2002) Kelsey Todd (2004-06) Sabrina Touchberry (1997)

23 Emily Lauer (1999) Stacey Richardson (2000) Kristyn Sandberg (2009)

32 Christy Huber (1997) Nichole Urban (2001-04)

33 Katie Backer (2008) Jessi Emery (2006) Christie Hamilton (2007) Julie Milner (2001-04)

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24

Kendra Daniels (2001) Laurie Davidson (2003) Megan McAllister (2004-07) Tori Moody (2009)

Jen Bell (1997-00) Kristen Bell (2001-02) Kelly Summers (2003)

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25

Alisa Goler (2008-09)

Alison Horne (2004, 2006-07) Crystal Saccomanno (2001) Megan Wiggins (2008-09)

41 Chelsea Cantillo (2006-07)

26 Molly McWilliams (2002) Kirsten Vaughn (2001)

63 Christie Hamilton (2007-09)

27 Erin Arevalo (2009)

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Amy Brannan (2001-03) Jessica Doucette (2005-06) Chrissy Gavin (1997-99) Emily Herren (2008-09) Lindsay Phillips (2000)

Brianna Hesson (2008-09) Katie Lewis (2002-05) Natalie Price (1997-00)

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Honors & Awards Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America (13 Honors) 2009 .................................. Alisa Goler (1st) ....................................Taylor Schlopy (1st) 2006 ........................... Kellie Middleton (2nd) .................................. Jessica Doucette (3rd) ..................................Megan McAllister (3rd) 2005 ...............................Kim Wendland (1st) .................................... Michelle Green (2nd) 2004 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) 2003 ...............................Nicole Barber (2nd) .................................... Michelle Green (2nd) 2002 ...............................Nicole Barber (2nd) ...................................... Kim Wendland (3rd)

UGA Softball History

Easton All-America (10 Honors) 2009 .................................. Alisa Goler (1st) ....................................Taylor Schlopy (1st) 2007 ............................Kellie Middleton (2nd) 2006 ............................ Kellie Middleton (1st) ................................. Jessica Doucette (2nd) ................................. Megan McAllister (2nd) 2005 ...............................Kim Wendland (1st) .................................... Michelle Green (2nd) 2004 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) ESPN.com All-America (1 Honor) 2009 ........................................... Alisa Goler NSCA* All-America (1 Honor) 1999 ..................................... Rhonda Coffelt *National Strengh Coaches Association USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year Top 10 Finalist (1 Honor) 2009 ............................................Alisa Goler USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Week (2 Honors) 2005 ............................. Michelle Green (4/6) 2003 ........................... Michelle Green (3/24) NFCA Collegiate Player of the Week (2 Honors) 2008 ................................ Kate Gaskill (3/18) 2005 ............................. Michelle Green (4/6) USA Softball National Team Selection Camp (1 Honor) 2009 ..................................... Taylor Schlopy USA Softball Japan Cup Team (1 Honor) 2009 ..................................... Taylor Schlopy Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team (2 Honors) 2009 ............................................Alisa Goler ............................................. Taylor Schlopy NCAA Regional All-Tournament (7 Honors) 2004 ..................................... Ashley Godfrey ............................................ Courtney Knight ......................................... Shannon McKeon 2003 ......................................Michelle Green ................................................ Nicole Barber 2002 .......................................Kim Wendland ..............................................Michelle Green

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All-Southeast Region (26 Honors) 2009 ................................... Alisa Goler (1st) .....................................Taylor Schlopy (1st) 2008 ................................. Alisa Goler (2nd) 2007 ............................ Kellie Middleton (1st) ........................................ Charvi Greer (2nd) 2006 ................................... Kasi Carroll (1st) .................................. Jessica Doucette (1st) .................................. Megan McAllister (1st) .................................... Kellie Middleton (1st) ...................................Courtney Knight (2nd) 2005 ..............................Michelle Green (1st) .................................... Courtney Knight (1st) .................................. Megan McAllister (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) 2004 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) ..................................... Ashley Godfrey (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) .......................................... Kasi Carroll (2nd) ...................................Courtney Knight (2nd) 2003 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) ......................................Michelle Green (1st) ..................................... Kim Wendland (2nd) 2002 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) 2001 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) 1998 ................................. Jessi Cerra (2nd) All-SEC (38 Honors) 2009 ................................... Alisa Goler (1st) .....................................Taylor Schlopy (1st) ..................................Christie Hamilton (2nd) ................................. Brianna Hesson (2nd) .................................Kristyn Sandberg (Fr.) ....................................Kristin Schnake (Def.) 2008 ......................Megan Wiggns (1st, Fr.) ................................. Sojourner Moody (2nd) .....................................Taylor Schlopy (Fr.) 2007 ............................ Kellie Middleton (1st) 2006 .......................... Megan McAllister (1st) .................................... Kellie Middleton (1st) .......................................... Kasi Carroll (2nd) .................................. Chelsea Cantillo (2nd) ................................. Jessica Doucette (2nd) ...................................Courtney Knight (2nd) 2005 ..............................Michelle Green (1st) .................................. Megan McAllister (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) ........................... Jessica Doucette (2nd, Fr.) ...................................Courtney Knight (2nd) ..........................................Katie Vickers (Fr.) 2004 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) ............................................Kasi Carroll (Fr.) ...................................Megan McAllister (Fr.) 2003 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) ......................................Michelle Green (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) .................................... Ashely Godfrey (2nd) 2002 ................................ Nicole Barber (1st) .......................................Kim Wendland (1st) 2001 ...............................Nicole Barber (2nd) 1999 ....................................Jessi Cerra (1st) 1998 ...................................Jessi Cerra (1st) 1997 ................................. Jessi Cerra (2nd) SEC All-Tournament (10 Honors) 2005 ...................................Jessica Doucette ....................................................Katie Lewis 2004 ........................................... Kasi Carroll ....................................................Jade Jarvis .......................................... Megan McAllister ......................................... Shannon McKeon 2003 ..................................... Ashley Godfrey 2002 ........................................ Nicole Barber ............................................... Nichole Urban ..............................................Michelle Green

SEC Player of the Week (19 Honors) 2009 ................................. Alisa Goler (2/23) ..................................... Kristin Schnake (3/9) .....................................Taylor Schlopy (5/4) 2007 .......................... Kellie Middleton (3/12) 2006 ........................ Megan McAllister (4/10) .................................. Megan McAllister (5/1) 2005 ........................ Megan McAllister (4/11) 2004 .............................. Kim Wendland (4/5) ................................... Ashley Godfrey (4/26) 2003 ....................... Shannon McKeon (2/10) ................................... Ashley Godfrey (4/14) ......................................Nicole Barber (4/28) ........................................Nicole Barber (5/5) 2002 ................................Nicole Barber (4/8) .....................................Michelle Tyree (2/26) .................................... Kim Wendland (2/19) 2001 ................................Nicole Barber (3/5) 1999 ................................ Beth Adams (2/22) 1998 ................................ Jessi Cerra (3/18) SEC Pitcher of the Week (21 Honors) 2009 .........................Christie Hamilton (3/30) ...................................Christie Hamilton (5/4) 2008 .................................. Kate Gaskill (3/3) ........................................ Kate Gaskill (3/17) 2007 ................................... Kasi Carroll (5/7) 2005 ........................... Michelle Green (2/28) ................................... Michelle Green (3/21) ..................................... Michelle Green (4/4) 2004 ............................. Michelle Green (3/1) ........................................Katie Griffith (3/22) 2003 ............................. Michelle Green (2/3) ..................................... Michelle Green (3/2) ................................... Michelle Green (3/24) 2001 .............................Nichole Urban (4/16) .......................................Nichole Urban (5/7) 2000 ................................. Natalie Price (3/6) ....................................... Natalie Price (4/24) 1999 ............................... Natalie Price (2/22) ....................................... Natalie Price (3/15) ....................................... Natalie Price (3/22) 1998 ...........................Rhonda Coffelt (3/25) SEC Freshman of the Week (3 Honors) 2008 ......................... Sarah McCloud (3/31) ................................. Megan Wiggins (4/28) ................................... Megan Wiggins (5/5) SEC Player of the Year (1 Honor) 2005 .......................................Kim Wendland SEC Pitcher of the Year (2 Honors) 2005 ......................................Michelle Green 2003 ......................................Michelle Green SEC Coach of the Year (2 Honors) 2005 ............................. Lu Harris-Champer 2003 ............................. Lu Harris-Champer ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America (3 Honors) 2007 ................................... Kasi Carroll (1st) 2006 ................................... Kasi Carroll (1st) 2005 ................................. Katie Lewis (2nd) ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District (7 Honors) 2009 ........................... Taylor Schlopy (2nd) 2007 ................................... Kasi Carroll (1st) .................................... Kellie Middleton (1st) 2006 ................................... Kasi Carroll (1st) 2005 ................................... Katie Lewis (1st) .......................................... Kasi Carroll (2nd) 2004 ................................... Katie Lewis (1st)

SEC Academic Honor Roll (74 Honors) 2009 - Jennie Auger, Alisa Goler, Sarah McCloud, Christina Reed, Taylor Schlopy, Kristin Schnake 2008 - Katie Backer, Norie Glazebrook, Kristin Schnake 2007 - Katie Backer, Kasi Carroll, Megan McAllister, Kellie Middleton, Becky Mohl, Kritin Schnake, Melissa Wood 2006 - Kasi Carroll, Jodi Dyer, Ashley Godfrey, Katie Griffith, Becky Mohl, Kelsey Todd 2005 - Kasi Carroll, Melissa Cook, Jodi Dyer, Michelle Green, Katie Griffith, Jade Jarvis, Katie Lewis, Kelsey Todd 2004 - Michelle Green, Katie Lewis, Jade Jarvis 2003 - Kristen Bell, Julie Raiskums, Molly McWilliams, Michelle Tyree, Amy Brannan, Katie Lewis 2002 - Kristen Bell, Julie Raiskums, Michelle Tyree, Kirsten Vaughn, Laurin Makohon 2001 - Melanie Robertson, Julie Raiskums, Laurin Makohon 2000 - Beth Adams, Stephanie Halminski, Laurin Makohon, Kim McClung, Natalie Price, Peyton Rhodes, Melanie Robertson, Lisa Schutt 1999 - Beth Adams, Chrissy Gavin, Stephanie Halminski, Laurin Makohon, Kim McClung, Natalie Price, Lisa Schutt 1998 - Beth Adams, Heather Boyer, Erica Butler, Chrissy Gavin, Stephanie Halminski, Kim McClung, Natalie Price, Lisa Schutt, Mimi Veach 1997 - Sherri Cielsa, Lorene Olney, Mimi Veach SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll (13 Honors) 2009 - Brittney Hubbard, Whitney Owens, Kristyn Sandberg 2008 - Jennie Auger, Alisa Goler, Taylor Schlopy 2006 - Katie Backer 2005 - Jennifer Corbin, Sojourner Moody 2004 - Kasi Carroll, Melissa Cook, Jodi Dyer, Megan McAllister SEC Community Service Team (6 Honors) 2009 - Sarah McCloud 2008 - Melissa Wood 2007 - Kellie Middleton 2006 - Ashley Godfrey 2005 - Katie Lewis 2004 - Kim Wendland


2003

SEC Championships

2005

2005 SEC Championship Team (Alphabetical Order): Kasi Carroll, Melissa Cook, Jennifer Corbin, Jessica Douchette, Jodi Dyer, Jessica Gilmore, Ashley Godfrey, Michelle Green, Charvi Greer, Katie Griffith, Jade Jarvis, Courtney Knight, Katie Lewis, Megan McAllister, Sojourner Moody, Victoria Sanders, Kelsey Tood, Katie Vickers, Kim Wendlend. Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer; Assistant Coaches: Sharon Perkins, Jessica Allister; Volunteer Coach: Frank Turner.

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2003 SEC Championship Team (Alphabetical Order): Nicole Barber, Amy Brannan, Laurie Davidson, Lacey Gardner, Michelle Green, Brooke Greene, Ashley Godfrey, Jade Jarvis, Courtney Knight, Katie Lewis, Courtney Logan, Jessica Malcom, Shannon McKeon, Yolanda McRae, Julie Milner, Shawna Norris, Kelly Summers, Michelle Tyree, Nicole Urban, Kim Wendland. Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer; Assistant Coaches: Sharon Perkins, Shaunte Fremin; Volunteer Coach: Frank Turner.


UGA Softball History

NCAA Tournament Teams

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2002

2006

2003

2007

2004

2008

2005

2009


Women’s College World Series

Georgia’s 2009 Women’s College World Series Game-By-Game Summary Game 1: Washington defeats Georgia, 3-1

Game 11: Georgia defeats Washingon, 9-8 (9 innings)

Bulldog Highlights: • Ashley Pauly provided UGA’s first WCWS hit • Kristin Schnake scored UGA’s first WCWS run • Taylor Schlopy provided UGA’s first WCWS RBI

Game 7: Georgia defeats Missouri, 5-2

Bulldog Highlights: • First-ever WCWS win • Kristyn Sandberg hit UGA’s first WCWS home run • Christie Hamilton earned UGA’s first WCWS victory

Game 9: Georgia defeats Michigan, 7-5

Bulldog Highlights: • Taylor Schlopy became only the fourth player in WCWS history to hit two home runs in a game • Ashley Pauly hit her first-career home run • Brianna Hesson also hit a home run giving UGA a WCWS record four round-trippers in the game

Bulldog Highlights: • Brianna Hesson drew a full-count, bases-loaded walk to score Lisaira Daniels for the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth • Erin Arevalo picked up the win after allowing just four hits in 4.0 scoreless innings of relief • UGA improved to 40-0 when scoring 4 or more runs in 2009

Game 13: Washington defeats Georgia, 9-3

Bulldog Highlights: • Freshman Erin Arevalo made her first career start • UGA produced all three of its run in the third with Alisa Goler, Megain Wiggins and Brianna Hesson each providing an RBI • Georgia concluded its season with a 47-12 record including a 3-2 mark at the WCWS • Seniors Christie Hamilton and Kristin Schnake ended their Bulldog careers with a combined three-year record of 149-64

Georgia’s 2009 Women’s College World Series Notes

• First-ever appearance • Advanced to the final four remaining teams • Only team to defeat eventual national champion Washington

• Hit a WCWS record seven home runs • Posted the best fielding percentage (.992) • WCWS All-Tournament Team selections: Alisa Goler & Taylor Schlopy

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2009 Women’s College World Series Team (Alphabetical Order): Erin Arevalo, Jennie Auger, Maya Branch, Lisaira Daniels, Tess Echols, Jennifer Elmore, Alisa Goler, Christie Hamilton, Emily Herren, Brianna Hesson, Brittney Hubbard, Sarah McCloud, Tori Moody, Whitney Owens, Ashley Pauly, Christina Reed, Kristyn Sandberg, Taylor Schlopy, Kristin Schnake, Megan Wiggins. Head Coach: Lu Harris-Champer; Assistant Coaches: Gerry Glasco, Michelle Green; Volunteer Coach: Carl Grubb; Student Coach: Chelsea Cantillo.


All-Americans Nicole Barber

UGA Softball History

2002 - NFCA Second Team 2003 - NFCA Second Team 2004 NFCA First Team, Easton First Team

Alisa Goler 2009 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team, ESPN.com

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Jessica Doucette 2006 - Easton Second Team, NFCA Third Team

Michelle Green 2003 - NFCA Second Team 2005 - NFCA Second Team, Easton Second Team


All-Americans Megan McAllister 2006 - Easton Second Team, NFCA Third Team

2009 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team

2006 - Easton First Team, NFCA Second Team 2007 - Easton Second Team

Kim Wendland 2002 - NFCA Third Team 2004 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team 2005 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team

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Taylor Schlopy

Kellie Middleton


Bulldogs In The Pros / USA Softball

UGA Softball History

Nicole Barber

Kasi Carroll

Mosca Softball Macerata 2006 Washington Glory 2007-08

Fiorini Forli 2008

Megan McAllister

Shannon McKeon

Philadelphia Force 2007

Kristin Schnake USSSA Pride 2009

Dornbirn Sharx 2006

Kim Wendland

Rockford Thunder 2007

USA Softball Following the 2009 season, Taylor Schlopy participated in a USA Softball Selection Camp and was chosen to represent the United States on the Japan Cup Team, where the Americans won Gold with a perfect 4-0 record. In January, Schlopy was one of 31 athletes to participate in the 2010 USA Softball Women’s National Team Selection Camp.

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Michelle Green Arizona Heat 2008

Kellie Middleton

Akron Racers 2007-08

Melissa Wood

Dornbirn Sharx 2008-09


The Bulldogs Finished the 2009 Season Ranked No. 4 The Highest Ranking in Program History


2010 Georgia Softball Schedule Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Feb. 12

UCLA $

Orlando, Fla.

5 p.m.

March 31 Kennesaw State

Athens, Ga.

5 p.m.

Feb. 13

Michigan $

Orlando, Fla.

5 p.m.

April 2

Arkansas (DH)*

Athens, Ga.

5 & 7 p.m.

Feb. 13

Central Florida $

Orlando, Fla.

7 p.m.

April 3

Arkansas*

Athens, Ga.

1 p.m.

Feb. 14

UT-Chattanooga $

Orlando, Fla.

11 a.m.

April 5

Georgia Southern

Athens, Ga.

5 p.m.

Feb. 14

Florida Atlantic $

Orlando, Fla.

1 p.m.

April 7

Georgia Tech

Atlanta, Ga.

7 p.m.

Feb. 19

Virginia Tech !

Athens, Ga.

3:30 p.m.

April 10

Ole Miss (DH)*

Oxford, Miss.

2 & 4 p.m.

Feb. 19

Bowling Green !

Athens, Ga.

5:45 p.m.

April 11

Ole Miss*

Oxford, Miss.

2 p.m.

Feb. 20

Virginia Tech !

Athens, Ga.

2:30 p.m.

April 13

Mississippi State (DH)*

Starkville, Miss.

6 & 8 p.m.

Feb. 20

Western Carolina !

Athens, Ga.

4:45 p.m.

April 17

Auburn (DH)*

Athens, Ga.

1 & 3 p.m.

Feb. 21

Winthrop !

Athens, Ga.

1:30 p.m.

April 18

Auburn*

Athens, Ga.

2 p.m.

Feb. 26

Iowa State ^

Athens, Ga.

3:30 p.m.

April 21

Georgia Tech

Athens, Ga.

5 p.m.

Feb. 26

Charleston Southern ^

Athens, Ga.

5:45 p.m.

April 24

South Carolina (DH)*

Athens, Ga.

1 & 3 p.m.

Feb. 27

Iowa State ^

Athens, Ga.

2:30 p.m.

April 25

South Carolina*

Athens, Ga.

2 p.m.

Feb. 27

St. John’s ^

Athens, Ga.

4:45 p.m.

April 29

LSU*

Baton Rouge, La.

8 p.m.

Feb. 28

South Alabama ^

Athens, Ga.

1:30 p.m.

April 30

LSU (DH)*

Baton Rouge, La.

4 & 8 p.m.

March 5

Minnesota %

Athens, Ga.

3:30 p.m.

May 9

Texas

Austin, Texas

1 p.m.

March 5

Belmont %

Athens, Ga.

5:45 p.m.

May 10

Texas

Austin, Texas

7 p.m.

March 6

Minnesota %

Athens, Ga.

2:30 p.m.

May 13-15 SEC Tournament

Fayetteville, Ark.

TBD

March 6

Elon %

Athens, Ga.

4:45 p.m.

May 21-23 NCAA Regionals

TBD

TBD

March 7

Middle Tennessee State %

May 28-30 NCAA Super Regionals

TBD

TBD

June 3-9

Oklahoma City, Okla.

TBD

Athens, Ga.

1:30 p.m.

March 10 Florida (DH)*

Athens, Ga.

3 & 5 p.m.

March 13 Alabama (DH)*

Athens, Ga.

1 & 3 p.m.

March 14 Alabama*

Athens, Ga.

2 p.m.

March 17 Furman

Athens, Ga.

5 p.m.

March 20

Tennessee (DH)*

Knoxville, Tenn.

1 & 3 p.m.

March 21

Tennessee*

Knoxville, Tenn.

1 p.m.

March 24 Florida State

Athens, Ga.

March 27

Kentucky (DH)*

Lexington, Ky.

March 28

Kentucky*

Lexington, Ky.

5 p.m. 1 & 3 p.m.

Date

Opponent

NCAA Women’s CWS

Location

Time

All Times Eastern & Subject To Change $ ! ^ % *

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