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2013 SCHEDULE FEBRUARY Date 2/22 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/24

Opponent @ College of Charleston1 vs. Charleston Southern1 vs. South Carolina1 @ College of Charleston1 vs. Radford1 vs. Charleston Southern1

Date 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/23 3/29 3/30

Opponent vs. Central Michigan2 vs. Chattanooga2 vs. Boston University2 @ South Florida2 vs. Toledo2 vs. Army3 vs. Saint Peter’s3 vs. Youngstown State3 vs. Utah Valley3 vs. Butler3 vs. Lehigh3 vs. Columbia3 vs. Rider3 vs. Green Bay3 vs. North Dakota3 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT (DH)* @ Sacred Heart (DH)* @ Bryant (DH)*

Date 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/28

Opponent SAINT PETER’S (DH) TEMPLE (DH) MOUNT ST. MARY’S (DH)* MONMOUTH (DH)* YALE (DH) QUINNIPIAC (DH)* @ LIU Brooklyn (DH)* LAFAYETTE (DH) @ Saint Francis U (DH)* @ Robert Morris (DH)* MANHATTAN (DH) FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (DH)*

Location Charleston, SC Charleston, SC Charleston, SC Charleston, SC Charleston, SC Charleston, SC

Time 4:00 pm 6:00 pm 10:00 am 12:00 pm 10:00 am 12:00 pm

MARCH Location Clearwater, FL Clearwater, FL Clearwater, FL Clearwater, FL Clearwater, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Kissimmee, FL Staten Island, NY Fairfield, CT Smithfield, RI

Time 10:00 am 12:30 pm 2:30 pm 4:45 pm 9:00 am 5:00 pm 6:30 pm 9:00 am 11:00 am 3:00 pm 5:00 pm 9:00 am 11:00 am 3:00 pm 5:00 pm 1:00 pm 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

APRIL

Home Games In CAPS/ * - Denotes Conference Games 1- C of C Cougar Classic (Charleston, SC) 2- USF Under Armour Showcase (Clearwater, FL) 3- Rebel Spring Games (Kissimmee, FL)

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Location Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY Brooklyn, NY Staten Island, NY Loretto, PA Moon Township, PA Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY

Time 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 1:00 pm 12:00 pm 3:00 pm 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 3:00 pm 1:00 pm 12:00 pm 3:00 pm 12:00 pm


General Information Location Enrollment President Founded Nickname Colors Conference Facility Athletics Director Athletics Phone Athletics Fax

Staten Island, NY 2,100 (1,700 undergraduate) Dr. Richard Guarasci 1883 Seahawks Green and White Northeast (NEC) Wagner Field Walt Hameline (718) 390-3433 (718) 390-3347

Seahawks Coaching Staff Head Coach Years at Wagner Record at Wagner Career Record E-mail Office Phone

Glen Payne 18th Season 330-448 (.424) Same GPayne@wagner.edu (718) 390-3201

Assistant Coach Years at Wagner E-mail Office Phone

John Pisano First Season John.Pisano@wagner.edu (718) 390-3201

Assistant Coach Years at Wagner E-mail Office Phone

Ashley Olsen First Season Ashley.Olsen@wagner.edu (718) 390-3201

Athletic Trainer Years at Wagner

Gerald Charles Fifth Season

Wagner Softball Media Information Softball Contact Miles McQuiggan Office Phone (718) 390-3213 Cell Phone (401) 207-8962 E-mail Miles.McQuiggan@wagner.edu Fax (718) 390-3347 Mailing Address One Campus Road Staten Island, NY 10301 2010 Year In Review Overall Record NEC Record NEC Finish

18-34 (.346) 5-15 (.250) 11th Place

2011 Season Preview Letterwinners Returning Letterwinners Lost Starters Returning Starters Lost Newcomers

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Quick Facts This is Wagner College Wagner Facilities Athletics Administration Athletics Support Staff & Coaches Directions About the Northeast Conference Head Coach Glen Payne Assistant Coaches 2013 Seahawk Roster Meet The Seahawks 2012 Statistics The Record Book

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The 2013 Wagner College Softball Media Guide was designed and edited by Media Relations Assistant and Wagner softball contact Miles McQuiggan, Assistant AD for Media Relations John Beisser, Assistant Director of Media Relations Kevin Ross, Media Relations Assistant Gabe Gilson and Media Relations Intern Katie Keown. Cover designed by Katie Keown.

Junior Kristen Matteoni 2nd-Team All-NEC

Senior Brittany Huss 2nd-Team All-NEC

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This is Wagner. As tenacious as any Seahawk, Wagner College enjoys a bucolic perch atop Grymes Hill overlooking Manhattan and the other boroughs of New York City. Founded in 1883 as a Lutheran proseminary, Wagner has evolved to become an independent residential liberal arts college enrolling a capacity of over 2,000 students. The location of the College above the gateway to one of the world’s greatest financial and cultural capitals was the work of alumnus Frank Sutter who convinced the College’s Board of Trustees to relocate Wagner here from Rochester in 1918. In this, the Rev. Sutter and the trustees were extraordinarily prescient. Their wisdom provided Wagner with a distinct geographical advantage over all other all liberal arts colleges in the country. Wagner is New York State’s southernmost college and its 105 park-like acres represent the highest elevation on the eastern seaboard from Maine to Key West, FL. The College’s signature curriculum – the Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts – capitalizes on the best of a traditional, suburban, liberal arts college campus and the infinite array of educational opportunities afforded by New York City. Students intern in the world’s leading financial institutions. They observe and experience diversity from the sophisticated workings of the United Nations to melting pots of multicultural neighborhoods. They circulate in the city’s unparalleled creative environment of museums, media, and performing arts. This is their laboratory. They immerse themselves and are inspired by the city’s sheer energy. The contrast between the frenetic life of the city and the almost pastoral setting of the campus is the perfect metaphor for the melding of experiential and theoretical education that is the hallmark of The Wagner Plan. In small learning communities, students and faculty explore the conceptual foundations of the arts, humanities, and sciences. The faculty challenges students to consider new ideas, to master new skills and technologies, and to reflect and draw meaning from what they have e experienced in and out of the classroom. A lush canopy of mature maples and oaks shades Wagner’s 105-acre campus o of manicured lawns and gardens; historic and modern buildings; and sweeping vviews of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New York Harbor. In early 2009, former U.S. President Bill Clinton recognized Wagner College and President Richard Guarasci, d aat the second annual Clinton Global Initiative University. Wagner was cited for the Port Richmond Partnership, an innovative program that will focus the fo sschool’s community resources in an effort to improve quality of life in a speccific Staten Island neighborhood. Movie companies have frequently used the campus as a classic college ssetting, most recently for a movie titled “School of Rock” starring Jack Black. TThe picturesque campus was also used in a fall 2001 television series, The EEducation of Max Bixford, starring Richard Dreyfus and as the site of a prosspective private military school in the HBO series, The Sopranos.

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Since the adoption of the Wagner Plan in 1997, enrollment has increased by nearly 40 percent and student quality as measured by high school average and SAT scores have improved as well. Once largely a commuter campus, now 82 percent of all undergraduates live on campus in residence halls that offer “million dollar” views. Though continuing to serve students from metropolitan New York, the college draws most of its enrollment from beyond the immediate region. By every measure – enrollment, endowment, and national reputation – Wagner is ascending the ranks of America’s strongest small colleges that blend the liberal arts with a commitment to service and preparation for the professions. Campus life includes the array of sports provided by an NCAA Division I program which is housed in a 93,000-square-foot sports center featuring an extensive fitness center, an indoor NCAA swimming pool and a basketball arena. A football and track & field stadium showcases a variety of playing fields throughout the campus including baseball, softball, lacrosse and soccer venues. Wagner’s alumni include Broadway Tony award winners, movie stars, film producers, playwrights, and Fortune 500 CEO’s including the chairman of GE Investments, the chairman of Dupont Europe, the chairman Emeritus of The Oppenheimer Management Company and the chairman of the New York Power Authority. Visitors to and residents of New York City alike enjoy access to a rich and diverse array of museums, cultural organizations, arts performances, sports teams, societies and attractions. Some of the best and most famous attractions in the world call New York City home. We encourage you to find out more about them, so that you can plan a visit to what is one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world. To get to Manhattan from Staten Island, you can take a ride on the world-famous Staten Island Ferry, a well-recognized icon of New York City transportation, and incidentally, a free ride into the heart of New York City.

Majors & Programs Anthropology* Art* Art History (minor only) Arts Administration Art, Music, Theatre, Combined Arts

Biology* Biopsychology Business Administration Accounting, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing

Chemistry* Biochemistry

Computer Science* Dance (minor only) Economics* Education Dual Certification in Childhood (Elementary) and Special Education, Theater Arts (K-12), Minor in Adolescent (Secondary) Education

English* Environmental Studies French Gender Studies (minor only) German (minor only) History* Information Systems (minor only) International Affairs International Politics International Economics

Italian Studies (minor only) Journalism (minor only) Mathematics* Microbiology* Music*

Nursing Philosophy (minor only) Physician Asst. (Jan. 1 deadline) Physics* Political Science* Psychology* Public Policy and Administration Religious Studies (minor only) Sociology Academic Sociology, Criminal Justice, Family Studies

Spanish* Theatre* (Dec. 15 deadline) Performance; Design/Technology/ Management

Pre-Professional Programs Health: Chiropractic, Dental, Medical, Optometry, Pharmacy, Podiatry, Veterinary Other: Law, Engineering, Ministry

5-Year Master’s Program Accounting Graduate Division Advanced Physician Assistant Studies Business Administration Education Microbiology Nursing *=major and minor available Italics=concentration

Wagner’s unique location offers students a campus setting that feels hundreds of miles away from anywhere, while actually only a ferry ride away from the professional and cultural riches of the world’s most dynamic city, New York City

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Dr. Richard Guarasci Wagner College President Dr. Richard Guarasci is the 18th President of Wagner College, where he was previously the Provost and Senior Vice President, responsible for academic and student affairs, admissions, and support service, in addition to serving as the chief operating officer. He holds the rank of Professor of Political Science and he teaches in the areas of democracy, citizenship and American diversity. At Wagner, Dr. Guarasci founded The Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts, the four-year curriculum for all undergraduates, that draws together a substantive liberal arts core into a series of learning communities and experiential learning tutorials. Dr. Guarasci was Dean of the College and Professor of Political Science at Hobart College from 1992-1997. Previously he served as Dean and founding Director of the First Year Program at St. Lawrence University, a nationally celebrated model program of democratic living and learning required for all first year students that joined first year housing to a two semester schedule. Dr. Guarasci is the author of Democratic Education in the Age of Difference: Redefining Citizenship in Higher Education (JosseyBass, 1997), and numerous other publications including 3 books, more than 20 articles and more than 50 conference presentations. He is now a national leader in higher education with many speaking engagements throughout the United States. He is an active educational consultant for more than 20 universities and colleges. Time Magazine selected him as a National Undergraduate Educator and he received awards from the Sears Foundation, the Glitz Family Prize and many other citations including a day of recognition by proclamation of the City Council in Geneva, New York. Recently, Congressman Vito Fossella and the Staten Island Civic Association both cited him for public service on Staten Island. He served on the National Board of Directors of the American Association of Colleges and Universities,The Board of Trustees of the Independent Colleges Fund of New York and he is co-chair of New York State Campus Compact. He is a Fellow of the Society for Values in Higher Education (SVHE) and a PEW Foundation Fellow with the Washington Center for Learning in building natural leadership in Learning Communities. He is a member of the faculty for the Asheville Institute and an Advising Board Member for the Models for Democracy Project of SVHE. Dr. Guarasci recently authored ‘Developing the Democratic Arts” in About Campus (Feb. 2001) and “On Becoming the Good College: Lessons Learned” in Liberal Education. Dr. Guarasci holds a Bachelor of Science from Fordham University. He received his M.A. in Economics and Ph.D. in Political Science from Indiana University.

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Walter Hameline Director of Athletics / Head Football Coach Now in his 32nd year on Grymes Hill as the Wagner Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, the relentlessly energetic and optimistic Walt Hameline continues to amass an astounding record of achievement and consistency in college athletics. Hameline most recently led the Seahawk football team to its first-ever Northeast Conference (NEC) Championship with a thrilling 23-17 come-from-behind victory over Duquesne on November 18, 2012, while clinching a berth in the 2012 Division I Football Championship. The win personified the Green & White’s exhilarating season. Wagner began the season with three-straight losses, before winning its final eight en route to becoming the first Seahawk team since the 2002-2003 season to win a NEC Title. For his efforts, Hameline was named as one of the 20 nominees for the Eddie Robinson Award, which since 1987 has been awarded annually to college football’s top head coach in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). Lost amid this year’s immense success is the fact that Hameline helped lead the school to a 30-0 victory at Nationally Ranked Albany in the week following Hurricane Sandy. After returning from the state capital, Hameline joined his team at New Dorp High School to help aid in the recovery efforts. In this season’s home opener against Monmouth, Hameline saw Wagner College Stadium renamed Hameline Field in his honor. Additionally, Hameline had his first former player crack the NFL ranks when Julian Stanford made the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 53-man roster to become the first Seahawk in the NFL since Wagner Hall of Famer Rich Kotite suited up for the New York Giants in 1972. Two years ago, on November 6, 2010, Hameline became just the eighth active FCS coach to win 200 games with a 31-20 victory over Monmouth and is tied for 54th on the all-time NCAA wins list (any level). He is one of just 36 coaches to win 200 games at one school and holds an overall record of 212-125-2 (.626) at the conclusion of the 2012 season (entering this year) over his 32 years on the sidelines on Grymes Hill. Off the court, Hameline has also had tremendous success. In April of 2012, Hameline, who has enjoyed a long and proud association with metropolitan area basketball and the National Invitation Tournament (NIT), was the recipient of the 2012 Distinguished Service Award from the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association (MBWA). Distinguished Service Awards are presented by the MBWA to individuals that have made significant contributions to college basketball. For more than two decades, he was one of five metro area athletic directors, along with his peers at NYU, Fordham, Manhattan and St. John’s, who helped comprise the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Basketball Association (MIBA). Along with NIT Executive Director Jack Powers, Hameline helped select teams for both preseason and postseason NIT’s, while directing other functions such as the NIT All-Star Summer Tour. Under Hameline’s leadership, the Wagner Athletic Department has undergone an ambitious expansion in both sport offerings and facility improvements. Hameline was influential in establishing the Seahawk Golf Classic, and the Seahawk Club, a pair of initiatives aimed at increasing funds for the scholarship endowment and complete financial support for the athletic department. Most recently, under his tutelage and thanks to the generosity of one of his former offensive lineman, Marc Lebovitz, Hameline Field was the beneficiary of a striking state-of-the-art video scoreboard in 2010. Lebovitz, a member of the Seahawks’ 1987 Division III National Championship football team and a 1991 Wagner graduate, is now a highly-successful New Jersey businessman. The scoreboard represents a major facility upgrade for the Green & White football program, while also benefiting the women’s soccer, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse and men’s & women’s track and field programs that also call Hameline Field home. Coming into this season, Hameline’s overall coaching ledger included five ECAC Titles and three NCAA Tournament Appearances, highlighted by 1987 NCAA Division III National Championship. In the magical Championship Season of 1987, Wagner posted a 19-3 win over heavily-favored Dayton in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl to earn the NCAA Division III National Championship. Against one of the toughest schedules in the nation, Hameline’s Seahawks rolled to a 13-1 record, winning more games than any college football team in America. The team earned the school’s second Lambert Trophy, symbolic of football superiority in the East among Division III schools, and ECAC Team of the Year recognition. Following the season, in addition to Sports Illustrated writing a feature story, a host of national and regional organizations recognized Hameline, highlighted by his being named the Chevrolet National Coach of the Year. In 1990, just three years winning the school’s only National Championship, Hameline became the winningest coach in school history. The 61-year old administrator has been a key developer of the NEC, serving on numerous committees, and is a past president of the league. Nine years ago, Hameline was honored for his playing, coaching and administrative achievements when he was inducted into the Utica Sports Hall of Fame. In addition, Hameline was given the All-America Football Foundation Johnny Vaught Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998. An outstanding defensive back at Brockport State, Hameline received his Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1975, and went on to earn his Master’s Degree in education from the University of Albany in 1977. Hameline resides in Colts Neck, NJ, with his wife, Debi, and they are the proud parents of daughters Kristen and Kelly.

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Coaches & Support Staff

Brendan Fahey Associate AD/ Business Manager

Peg Hefferan Associate AD/ Senior Women’s Administrator

Kevin Ross Assistant Director of Media Relationss

Gabe Gilson Marketing/Media Relations Assistant

Jim Gibbons Assistant AD for Academics & Compliance

Miles McQuiggan Media Relations Assistant

D’Mya Clay Billy Dowd JulianaFormica Assistant for Marketing Assistant Academic Resource Academic Compliance Coordinator

Joe Abruzzo Assistant AD/ Head Athletic Trainer

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Javier Jiminez Associate Athletic Trainer

John Beisser Assistant AD of Media Relations

Mike Miller Assistant AD for Marketing & Promotions

Ed Arnold Director Facilities & Operations

Danielle Parenteau Manager of Operations

Whitney Jones JenBender Ticket Manager/ Equipment Manager Marketing Assistant Laundry Service

Gerald Charles Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kevin Sze Assistant Athletic Trainer

Sierra Achin Director of Business & Finance

Roger Ricketts Assistant Facilities & Operations

Franziska Blum Coordinator of Business & Finance

Laura Cobb Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer


FALL SPORTS

Walt Hameline Head Coach Football

Joe Stasi Head Coach Men’s & Women’s X-C Indoor & Outdoor Track & Field

Mike Minielli Head Coach Women’s Soccer

WINTER SPORTS

Colin Shannahan Head Coach Swimming

Megan Marco Head Coach Diving

Bashir Mason Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Lisa Cermignano Head Coach Women’s Basketball

SPRING SPORTS

Glen Payne Head Coach Softball

Chris Radmonovich Head Coach Water Polo

Chris Fourman Head Coach Men’s & Women’s Golf

Matt Poskay Head Coach Men’s Lacrosse

Nikita Zotov Head Coach Men’s Tennis

Cristina Curiale Head Coach Women’s Lacrosse

Salome Mkervalidze Head Coach Women’s Tennis

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Directions From Points South Mid Atlantic States and Southern New Jersey: Jersey: Take the New Jersey Turnpike north to Exit 10 (Outerbridge Crossing). After crossing the bridge, take Route 440 North (West Shore Expressway) for approximately 6 miles to I-278 East (Staten Island Expressway). Take I-278 East for approximately 5 miles, following signs to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge and Brooklyn. Take Exit 13 (Clove Road/Richmond Road/Hyland Boulevard). At the first traffic light, turn left onto Clove Road. At the second light on Clove Road, turn right onto Howard Avenue. A sign for the College is visible at this intersection. Follow Howard Avenue to the top of Grymes Hill.

By plane/train/public transportation Plane: Three major airports serve New York City. Wagner College is most easily accessed from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, though LaGuardia and JFK Airports are within reasonable travel distance.

Southern New Jersey Shore: Shore: Take the Garden State Parkway north to Exit 127 (Outerbridge Crossing/Staten Island). Follow directions from Outerbridge Crossing provided above.

From Points North and East: New England (via New York) and Long Island: Island: Take either the Belt Parkway or the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to the Verrazano Bridge onto Staten Island; remain on I-278 West. Take Exit 13 (Clove Road/Richmond Road). Follow the service road to the third traffic light and turn right onto Clove Road. Take the first right onto Howard Avenue and proceed to the top of Grymes Hill.

Train: Amtrak, Long Island Railroad and New Jersey Transit trains arrive at Penn Station in Manhattan at 34th Street and 7th Avenue. Wagner College can be reached from Manhattan by taking the Staten Island Ferry, leaving at regular intervals throughout the day from the ferry terminal in lower Manhattan. From Penn Station, take either a cab or the New York City Subway (IRT Downtown #1 or #9 train to South Ferry; IRT #4 or #5 train to Bowling Green; IRT N or R to Whitehall Station) to the Battery Park Ferry Terminal. Take the Staten Island Ferry (no fare) to Staten Island. From the ferry terminal on Staten Island, the College is a short ride via car service, which can be picked up at the terminal.

New England (via New Jersey): Take I-95 South. Cross the George Washington Bridge into New Jersey. Follow signs to the New Jersey Turnpike. Follow the Turnpike to Exit 13 (Goethals Bridge). Cross the Goethals Bridge onto Staten Island and follow I-278 East. Follow directions from I-278 East provided above. Northern New Jersey: Jersey : Take the New Jersey Turnpike to either Exit 13 (Goethals Bridge) from northern New Jersey, or Exit 10 (Outerbridge Crossing) from southern/central New Jersey. Follow directions provided above from the Goethals Bridge or Outerbridge Crossing. The Staten Island Ferry is run by the City of New York for one pragmatic reason: To transport Staten Islanders to and from Manhattan. Yet, the 5 mile, 25 minute ride also provides a majestic view of New York Harbor and a no-hassle, even romantic, boat ride, for free! One guide book calls it “ One of the worlds greatest (and shortest) water voyages.� For a complete ferry schedule visit www. siferry.com

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About the Northeast Conference NORTHEAST CONFERENCE HISTORY The Northeast Conference (NEC) heads into its 32nd year as an NCAA Division I athletic conference in 2012-13 with great anticipation and high expectations. Under the leadership of Noreen Morris, the NEC will set in motion a number of key initiatives as part of its new Strategic Plan to usher in a new era of growth and achievement in the Conference. The NEC and its member institutions are committed to providing opportunities for student-athletes to achieve their fullest potential both in athletic competition and in the classroom. Likewise, the Conference continually strives to be an NCAA Division I leader for student-athlete achievement, academic excellence, integrity, sportsmanship, equity and diversity, community partnership and national engagement. When the Northeast Conference (NEC) was first established as the ECAC-Metro Conference back in 1981, the league’s founders had one goal in mind: to create a competitive NCAA Division I men’s basketball conference for unaffiliated schools on the Eastern seaboard. A single-sport entity at its inception, the NEC has grown far beyond expectations over the past three decades, having transformed itself into a burgeoning 12-member, 23-sport conference. The remarkable success story of the conference began to unfold in 1985, when the league began sponsoring additional sports. Three years later, a change of name was in order and the Northeast Conference as we know it today was born. With membership and sport sponsorship continuing to grow over the years, the NEC now enjoys qualification or play-in access to 15 different NCAA Championships (baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, field hockey, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball). Though the NEC has featured various incarnations since its inception, charter members Fairleigh Dickinson, LIU Brooklyn, Robert Morris, St. Francis (NY), Saint Francis (PA) and Wagner remain part of the current 12-school alignment. They are joined by Monmouth (admitted in 1985), Mount St. Mary’s (1989), Central Connecticut State (1997), Quinnipiac (1998), Sacred Heart (1999) and Bryant (2012), now an official member of the Conference following a five-year NCAA reclassification. The NEC’s six-state geographic footprint includes access to such major media markets as New York City, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Hartford and Providence. NEC member institutions now compete in 23 championship sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, women’s bowling, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey , football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball.

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NEC New Media/Television The NEC has embraced new media to convey its message to a growing fan base. With the support of league Presidents and administrators, the Conference will launch NEC Front Row and a companion mobile app at the start of the 2012-13 season. The multimedia initiative will serve as a vehicle for the NEC to present a unified, branded message, while at the same time showcasing three key components of University life at each member institution: athletics, academics and work in the community. Every NEC basketball and football game, a slate of NEC championships and hundreds of other live events will air at no charge on the Front Row portal. Each institution will have its own co-branded page on the site, where fans will be able to access live events, highlights, coaches shows and other on-demand content. The Conference has attracted a loyal following in recent years on its Twitter, Facebook and YouTube pages, and the NEC Overtime! blog continues to grow in popularity. The NEC relaunched its official website in 2011-12 with a brand new interface and slew of new components. The league also provides its fans with weekly NEC Notebook spots (that also air on Sports Radio 66 WFAN in New York City and SportsRadio 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh) during football and basketball season. Over the last five years, the NEC has regionally televised over 125 basketball and football games, as the league’s coverage area has expanded to over 50 million homes. Along with flagship station MSG Network, other regional television partners include Root Sports-Pittsburgh, MASN and Cox Sports. The NEC has also partnered with ESPNU, ESPN3 and Fox College Sports to bring games to a national audience. In 2012, ESPN2 broadcast the NEC men’s basketball championship game for the 25th straight year, while ESPNU carried the women’s championship for the fifth year in a row. Academic Success The Northeast Conference’s commitment to academic excellence led to national recognition for both individual student-athletes and the league’s member institutions as a whole in 2011-12. Overall, the NEC’s 4,800+ student-athletes averaged a record-high 3.163 GPA for the 2011-12 academic year and 11 of the league’s 12 core member institutions finished with at least a 3.0 GPA. More than half of the league’s student-athletes were named to the NEC Academic Honor Roll and a record 561 earned a spot on the Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll with GPAs of 3.75 or higher. Likewise, three NEC student-athletes were tabbed Capital One Academic All-Americans. Additionally, the NCAA honored 40 NEC teams with public recognition awards for exceptional academic performance with respect to their latest Academic Progress Rate scores. The 40 teams earning Public Recognition established a new league record. NEC institutions also ranked among the nation’s elite in Graduation Success Rate (GSR) figures released by the NCAA with 50 teams achieving a perfect 100 percent GSR in their respective sports and over 40 percent earning a GSR of over 90 percent. Studentathletes at Robert Morris posted an NEC all-time high 3.28 GPA to win the 2011-12 NEC Institutional Academic Award. Athletic Achievement The NEC sent representatives to NCAA Championship events in 14 different team sports in 2011-12, while NEC student-athletes individually qualified to compete for an NCAA title in men’s golf, men’s indoor and outdoor track and field, and women’s indoor track and field. Individually, 13 NEC student-athletes earned All-America honors in their respective sports.

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For the first time ever, the NEC sported three men’s basketball teams (LIU, Robert Morris and Wagner) with 25+ wins, and for the second time in league history sent three teams to the postseason. Top-seeded LIU Brooklyn won its second straight NEC men’s basketball title with an 90-73 win over Robert Morris before a sellout crowd at the WRAC and nationwide audience on ESPN2. The Blackbirds have now won a league-record 52 games over the last two seasons and have posted a remarkable 32-4 record in NEC play over that span. NEC women’s basketball reached an all-time high with a conference RPI ranking of 15 and also sent three teams to the postseason. Sacred Heart won its third NEC women’s basketball championship in the last seven years with a 58-48 triumph over Monmouth. The Pioneers have now posted at least 18 victories and won at least 12 NEC games in each of the last 11 seasons. Two-time NCAA women’s bowling champion Fairleigh Dickinson nearly added a third title to its trophy case, coming up just short against UMES in the national championship match. FDU has now advanced to the national semifinals eight times in the last ten years. FDU was joined in the NCAA field by NEC champion Sacred Heart. In just its fourth year sponsoring the sport, the NEC featured an incredible nine teams ranked in the top-20 of the NTCA poll during the 2011-12 season. NEC women’s bowling produced four NTCA All-Americans, led by FDU’s Danielle McEwan, the NTCA Division I Bowler of the Year. She was joined by teammate Joely Carrillo, and Sacred Heart’s Jackie Carbonetto (first team) and Nicole Trudell. The NEC continued to earn national acclaim in men’s soccer. Monmouth ranked as high as 18th in the country in the NSCAA Top-25 poll, won its seventh consecutive NEC regular season title and third straight NEC Tournament crown. Behind NSCAA All-American RJ Allen, the Hawks slipped past visiting Stony Brook in penalty kicks to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the second time in school history. Albany football ranked 23rd in the final FCS Coaches’ poll and finished just out of the top-25 in the final Sports Network poll. The Great Danes, who claimed the NEC’s automatic bid to the FCS playoffs after sharing the regular season title with Duquesne, came up just short against Stony Brook in a thrilling NCAA first round matchup. Bryant running back Jordan Brown, Monmouth defensive back Jose Gumbs and Duquesne safety Serge Kona were all named FCS All-Americans. Brown, the leading rusher in the nation, was also a finalist for the Walter Payton award, which recognizes the top FCS running back in the country. The Quinnipiac women’s cross country program maintained its dominance with a seventh straight NEC championship last fall. It marks the longest active title streak in the conference and is tied for the longest streak in league annals (Mount St. Mary’s women’s tennis, 1989-95). Monmouth earned a sweep at the NEC outdoor track & field championships for the fourth consecutive year and sixth time in school history, while CCSU men’s cross country and Saint Francis (PA) women’s swimming have won three NEC titles in a row. In just its second year as a sponsored NEC sport, men’s lacrosse began to make noise on the national scene. NEC tournament champion Bryant and NEC regular season champion Robert Morris were both nationally ranked, and Colonial standout Kiel Matisz was named a USILA third team All-American.

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Chosen in the supplemental first round by the Boston Red Sox, Monmouth righthander Pat Light became the highest MLB Draft pick in league history. Light, with a fastball in the mid-90s, was taken with the 37th pick overall. He was also tabbed to the Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger All-America third team. LIU Brooklyn’s Jessie Gaines (triple jump), CCSU’s Aaron Radden (200 meters) and Sacred Heart’s Bertony Jean-Louis (60 meter hurdles) were all named USTFCCCA second team All-Americans for their performances at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. The Mount’s Tom FitzSimons (decathlon) earned second team All-American status at the outdoor meet. The NEC announced its second Hall of Fame class last December. The three-member class featured longtime FDU men’s basketball coach Tom Green, former Saint Francis (PA) women’s basketball standout Beth Swink and two-time NEC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year Rik Smits. Sacred Heart took home its fifth straight Brenda Weare Commissioner’s Cup, tying UMBC’s record for most consecutive Cup wins. The Pioneers also claimed a sixth straight Joan Martin Women’s Commissioner’s Cup. Monmouth won the Men’s Cup for the 11th time in the last 15 years. On Campus/Commitment to Sportsmanship/In The Community The NEC welcomed the class of 2015 to campus last fall as part of its annual outreach program designed to raise awareness of the league and its member institutions. Over 10,000 freshman students were introduced to the Conference with a promotional gift bag and informative NEC Fan Guide. The NEC continued its participation in the NCAA’s Respect Campaign, an effort to promote an environment of respect and integrity at Conference events. The NEC Team Sportsmanship Award program recognized those teams and student-athletes who adhere to the principles of sportsmanship and pursue victory with honor. Saint Francis (PA) finished the year with a league-high five NEC Team Sportsmanship awards. The Red Flash have led the NEC in sportsmanship honors in each of the four years since the program was instituted in 2008-09. The NEC, its member institutions and student-athletes have made community involvement an important piece of its mission. In 2011-12, the NEC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee made its annual visit to the Cancer Recovery Foundation in Hershey, PA. The SAAC also participated in a “Penny Wars” fundraiser for a third straight year that resulted in a significant donation to the Foundation. To assist in raising breast cancer awareness, NEC women’s volleyball teams supported “Dig Pink” and women’s basketball teams participated in the WBCA’s “Pink Zone” promotion. For the second straight year, Sacred Heart was awarded the NEC Building Communities award. The award recognizes the institution which demonstrates the highest dedication to making an impact in the community through the efforts of its student-athletes, coaches and administrators.

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Over the course of the 2011-12 academic year, Sacred Heart donated 6,625 hours of community service. In total, Conference members logged over 26,000 hours of community service. Evolving and Expanding In recent years, the NEC has taken aim at elevating the brand awareness of the league, elevating the caliber of its championship events and enhancing the opportunities and experiences for student-athletes that compete in the Conference. The NEC has raised its commitment to basketball through a host of strategic initiatives. most notably via a Brand and Basketball Enhancement fund, revised scheduling parameters and the implementation of LED signage at all arenas beginning in Fall ‘12. The NEC has also provided each institution with a basketball marketing grant in an effort to enhance attendance growth on a leaguewide basis. Through the launch of NEC Front Row, the Conference has set its signs on maximizing exposure of league institutions and sports, and improving the in-game fan experience with a host of social media tie-ins. NORTHEAST CONFERENCE MEMBERS School Bryant Central Connecticut Fairleigh Dickinson LIU Brooklyn Monmouth Mount St. Mary’s Quinnipiac Robert Morris Sacred Heart St. Francis Brooklyn Saint Francis U Wagner

Nickname Bulldogs Blue Devils Knights Blackbirds Hawks Mountaineers Bobcats Colonials Pioneers Terriers Red Flash Seahawks

Location Smithfield, RI New Britain, CT Teaneck, NJ Brooklyn, NY West Long Branch, NJ Emmitsburg, MD Hamden, CT Moon Township, PA Fairfield, CT Brooklyn Heights, NY Loretto, PA Staten Island, NY

Website bryantbulldogs.com ccsubluedevils.com fduknights.com liuathletics.com gomuhawks.com mountathletics.com quinnipiacbobcats.com rmucolonials.com sacredheartpioneers.com sfcathletics.com sfuathletics.com wagnerathletics.com

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GLEN PAYNE Head Coach 18th Season Entering his 18th year as head coach, Staten Island native Glen Payne has developed the Wagner College softball into a model program and a perennial power in the Northeast Conference. Under his direction, Seahawk student-athletes compete at the highest level of achievement academically and athletically. In April, 2008, the Wagner College softball team was recognized by the NCAA for its exceptional graduation and academic performance record after ranking in the top 10 percent of all softball teams in the nation in NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. The Seahawks were among a group of 29 softball programs in this elite category. In addition to running a disciplined, academic-oriented program, Payne knows a thing or two about winning softball games. In 2006, Payne’s team set the school record in single-season wins with 35. With hitting the 300 win mark last season, Payne is the winningest coach in Wagner softball history and has won 406 games in his overall head coaching career. He has guided the Seahawks to NEC Tournament appearances in five of the last eight seasons. In addition, he led the Seahawks to appearances in the NEC Championship Game in 2005 and 2007. Payne has continuously employed a widespread geographical approach to recruiting, attracting talent from across the country, ranging from California, Nevada, Texas, Arizona and Indiana in addition to the Northeast Region. The program’s recruiting efforts have produced a two-time NEC Player of the Year (Andrea Lazzari-2008, 2009), two NEC Rookie of the Year Award winners, both from Wooster High School in Reno, Nevada (Katie Stevens-2005, Andrea Lazzari-2006), 14 First Team All-NEC and 19 Second Team All-NEC nominees, Five NEC All-Tournament Team awardees (Andrea Lazzari (’06,07)), Ami Iwicki (’07), Morgan Miller (’07) and Kate Eshelman (’07)), Two NFCA AllRegion first Team (Christy Sykora (’05), Andrea Lazzari (’09)) and one second team (Andrea Lazzari (’08)), Two NEC Scholar Athletes of the Year (Joy Gallagher (’06) and Katie Stevens (’07)), one NCAA Statistical Champion (Victoria Batistelli (’07)), one Con Edison Student Athlete of the Year award (Andrea Lazzari (’09)), one ESPN the Magazine / College Sports Information Directors 1 of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-American District First Team (Kate Eshelman (‘10)) along with coached numerous Academic All-Americans.

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A veteran of the Wagner athletic department, Payne became the school’s first full-time softball coach in the summer of 2001. He has been involved in the game at the college, high school and grassroots level and is the proprietor of Staten Island’s famous softball complex, which houses five well-groomed softball and baseball fields, including lights and a practice hitting area. In April, 2005 he was recognized by the Staten Island CYO organization for his community service efforts. Prior to arriving at Wagner, Payne won nearly 100 games as the head coach of C.W. Post College, as he led the Lady Pioneers to a 23-10 mark and an ECAC Division II South Championship in 1986. He has also coached the very successful Staten Island Saints from 1973-85 and from 1991-95. Payne also held coaching positions at Moore Catholic and St. Peter’s High Schools on the Island. Currently Payne is serving in his 30th year as New York City Commissioner of the Amateur Softball Association (ASA), where registration has risen dramatically over the past few years. Payne is on the National Modified Pitch Rules, National Playing Rule, and NCAA Division I Regional Advisory Committees. He also is a Pitching instructor and holds clinics here on Staten Island. ALL-TIME RESULTS YEAR 1976 1979 9 1981 1982 2 1983 1983 1984 1984 4 1985 19 985 85 1986 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

RECORD REC EC E COR ORD 6-3 6-3 3 8-3 8-3 3 2-13 11-3-1 11-331 14-6 14-6 6 8-11 8-11 1 11-9 10-18 8-18 11-18 17-11 21-13 21-13 12-20 9-17-1 11-28 10-32 7-33 7 33 13-21 10-25 12-28 17-29 20-25-2 23-34 15-27-1 22-26-1 30-18 35-20 34-19 27-22 22-29 13-32 12-26 18-34

NEC NEC NE

COACH Cathy Cath Ca thy h Andruzzi Connie Sano Sue Parler Sue Sue Parler Sue Sue e Parler Karen Lynch Karen Lynch Pat Adorna Pat Adorna Pat Adorna Tara Gallagher Tara Gallagher 6-4 Tara Gallagher 6-5 Tara Gallagher 6-5* Ed Hynes 2-14* Ed Hynes 5-11* Ed Hynes 5-11 5 11 Glen Gl Payne P 7-9 Glen Payne 4-8* Glen Payne 8-10 Glen Payne 10-10 Glen Payne 10-10 Glen Payne 6-16 Glen Payne 11-10-1 Glen Payne 12-8* Glen Payne 14-6* Glen Payne 15-5* Glen Payne 13-5 Glen Payne 10-8 Glen Payne 7-11 Glen Payne 7-11 Glen Payne 7-11 Glen Payne 5-15 Glen Payne

(6-3, 1 year) (8-3, 1 year) (27-22-1, 3 years) (19-20, 2 years) (29-54, 3 years)

(54-46, 3 years) (13-77-1, 3 years)

(330-448, 17 years)

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JOHN PISANO Assistant Coach First Season John Pisano is in his first season as a member of the Wagner softball staff. Pisano joins the Seahawks after spending the past two seasons as the head softball coach at Queens College. In his first season at Queens, Pisano led the Knights to a regional ranking and a nine-win improvement from the previous season. In his second season, he led Queens to a playoff berth and three all-conference selections. Prior to Queens, Pisano served as head coach at Lehman College for one year. Like the Knights, Pisano led Lehman to a nine-win improvement in his first season as head coach. Pisano also worked for eight seasons as a coach at Fontbonne Hall Academy in Brooklyn. In addition to his head coaching experience, Pisano has worked as a clinician at the prestigious Riseball Camp, one of the top softball camps in the area. In all, Pisano has over 20 years of experience in softball coaching. He also played baseball at the collegiate level, spending a season at C.W. Post before playing three years at St. Francis Brooklyn. Along with his athletic background, Pisano has also worked as a currency broker on Wall Street for the past 27 years. He is a native of Brooklyn.

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ASHLEY OLSEN Assistant Coach First Season Ashley Olsen, one of the most versatile athletes produced on Staten Island in recent years, enters her first year as an assistant coach with the softball program. Olsen scored 982 career points and grabbed 732 rebounds in her basketball career while collecting 92 hits on the softball diamond. A local product hailing from Staten Island, Olsen was a multiple-sport standout at Notre Dame Academy, just up the road from the Wagner campus. In addition to earning her degree in business administration, Olsen played in 115 basketball games during her career with 84 starts. In her softball career, Olsen saw action in 136 games with 120 starts. In her consistent and productive athletic career wearing the Green & White, Olsen competed in 251 athletic contests while gaining starts in 204.

GERALD CHARLES Athletic Trainer Fifth Season Gerald Charles is entering his fifth year as a member of the Wagner College Athletic Training staff. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Charles was raised in Miami and comes to Grymes Hill after attending Florida State University and Long Island University. Charles earned a Master’s degree in Athletic Training.

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2013 WAGNER COLLEGE SOFTBALL ROSTER # 1 3 4 5 7 9 11 13 14 16 17 18 22 24 25 35 99

Name Taylor Rauscher Carley Nicoletti Cara Donovan Hayley Sullivan Hailee Renkers Abigail Beasley Kristen Matteoni Jessica Albarran Beth Lewis Brenda Bott Samantha Bedker Olivia Zwick Brittany Huss Kelsey Parker Megan Moore MacKenzie Alfaro Judy Betz

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

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

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

Hometown/ High School Peoria, AZ/ Sunrise Mountain Plainville, NY/ C.W. Baker Centreville, VA/ Centreville Bakersfield, CA/ North Surrey, British Columbia/ Earl Marriott Peoria, AZ/ Centennial Reno, NV/ Galena Corona, CA/ Eleanor Roosevelt Ashburn, VA/ Stone Bridge Fountain Valley, CA/ Fountain Valley Phoenix, AZ/ Sandra Day O’Connor Surrey, British Columbia/ Earl Marriott Anthem, AZ/ Boulder Creek Lynnwood, WA/ Lynnwood Pottstown, PA/ Owen J. Roberts Riverside, CA/ Riverside Ashburn, VA/ Broad Run

Head Coach: Glen Payne – 18th Season Assistant Coach: John Pisano – St. Francis Brooklyn, 1981 – First Season Assistant Coach: Ashley Olsen – Wagner, 2012 – First Season

By y Class Seniors (3)

Betz, Huss, Nicoletti

Juniors (4)

Alfaro, Matteoni, Rauscher, Sullivan

Sophomores (6) Freshmen (4)

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Albarran, Bedker, Donovan, Lewis, Parker, Zwick Beasley, Bott, Moore, Renkers


JUDY BETZ

99

Senior - P - R/R Ashburn, VA/ Broad Run

Junior Season (2012): Pitched in 21 games for the Seahawks, starting nine of them … posted a 4-7 record and two saves with a 5.09 earned run average in 81.1 innings pitched, striking out 49 and walking 19 … Surrendered two earned runs over seven innings of relief against Lipscomb (2/24) … Tossed three scoreless innings of relief, giving up one hit at College of Charleston (2/26) … Allowed one run in a six-inning complete game, picking up the win against Cleveland State (3/15) … Pitched two innings of relief, allowing one unearned run against UW-Green Bay (3/15) … Tossed a three-hit shutout against Bucknell (3/16) … Picked up the save later that afternoon against Lafayette … Pitched two perfect innings to record a save in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Yale on (4/11) … Tossed six innings of relief, surrendering a hit and an unearned run, picking up the win at Quinnipiac (4/14) … Threw 3 1/3 innings of scoreless relief with five strikeouts in the first game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21) … Recorded a win in a complete game effort against Manhattan (5/2), scattering a run and five hits over seven innings. Sophomore Season (2011): Was the Seahawks ace, appearing in 27 games and making a career-high 25 starts ... finished the season with a 2.27 ERA, which was fourth best among all NEC pitchers ... set career highs in strikeouts (88), complete games (20), and innings pitched (173.0) ... allowed just five or fewer hits in 11 of her 27 appearances ... ended the year with a 10-14 record in the circle ... awarded as the NEC Pitcher of the Week on April 11. Freshman Season (2010): Proved to be the team’s most effective pitcher, seeing action in 28 games with 22 starts ... went 6-13 on the year with a team best 3.80 earned run average ... threw 13 complete games, including two shutouts ... struckout 51 batters, walking only 28 in 137.1 innings pitched against 564 batters. Before Wagner: Played her high school softball at Broad Run High School in Ashburn, VA under Coach Ed Steele ... was named First-Team All-District, First-Team All-Region and First-Team All-State in 2009 ... led Broad Run to their third consecutive Virginia AA State Championship ... was a four-time District and Region Champion ... helped Broad Run to a four-year record of 105-4-0 ... played travel ball for the Ashburn Shooting Stars GOLD 18-U ... was awarded the Principal’s Choice Top 20 Influential Students Award. Personal: Daughter of Ken and Mary Betz ... has a younger sister Maggie. Year

era

w-l

app-gs cg

2010

3.80 6-13 28-22

13

2/0 0

2011

2.27 10-14 27-25

20

2/0 0

2012

5.09 4-7

4

21-9

Totals 2.86 20-34 76-56 41

sho sv ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

ab

b/avg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

137.1 173 94

58

28

51

24

3

8

564

.307

2

7

1

5

29

173.0 183 85

56

21

88

20

3

8

694

.264

0

9

12

2

31

1/0 2

81.1

46

19

49

20

1

8

340

.300

0

5

0

1

8

5/0 2

391.2 458 232 160 68

188 64

7

24

1598 .287

2

21

13

8

68

102 53

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BRITTANY HUSS

22

Senior - SS/2B - R/R Anthem, AZ / Boulder Creek

Junior Season (2012): Played in 51 games for the Seahawks, starting in all of them … Named to the All-Northeast Conference Second Team for her performance during the 2012 campaign … Led the team in batting average (.340), hits (53), walks (25), and on-base percentage (.434) … tallied 23 runs scored, three doubles, one triple, one home run, 20 runs batted in, and one stolen base in 156 at-bats … Recorded a 13-game hitting streak (3/25-4/10) … Hit .380 (27-for-71) in April … Appeared defensively for Wagner at second base … Singled in the Seahawks’ season opener against Virginia Tech (2/24) … Singled and scored a run against Lipscomb (2/24)… Tallied a pair of singles and scored a run against Middle Tennessee (2/25) … Doubled, scored a run, drove in another, and stole a base in a win over Cleveland State (3/11) … Singled against Columbia (3/12) … Singled twice against Akron (3/12) … Doubled in a run against Nebraska-Omaha (3/13) … Scored a run in a win over Cleveland State (3/15) … Singled and scored a run in a win over Bucknell (3/16) … Scored a run in a win over Lafayette (3/16) … Singled and scored a run against Rider (3/17) … Singled and drove in a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep against Howard (3/18) … Singled three times, scored twice, and drove in another run in the second game … Went 4-for-8 with two RBI and a run scored in a doubleheader against Saint Francis (PA) (3/24) … Tallied three singles, drove in two runs, and scored another in a win over Robert Morris (3/25) … Picked up a single in each game of a doubleheader at Temple (3/27) … Singled in the first game of a doubleheader against Sacred Heart (4/2) … Singled and scored a run in the second game … Recorded a single, RBI, and run scored in the first game of a doubleheader at Lafayette (4/4) … Singled in the second game … Tallied a single in the first game of a doubleheader at Monmouth on (4/6) … Drove in two runs on a pair of singles in the second game … Tripled and picked up a pair of singles in the first game of a doubleheader against Bryant (4/7) … Singled in the second game … Scored twice off a trio of singles in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Singled and drove in a run in the second game … Walked three times and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Yale (4/11) … Tallied three singles in the second game … Singled twice and scored a pair of runs in a win over Quinnipiac (4/14) … Scored a run off a single in the second game of the doubleheader … Singled, drove in a run, and scored another in the first game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21) … Singled and scored a run in the second game … Homered and singled in the first game of a doubleheader at Fairleigh Dickinson (4/28) … Drove in a run and scored another in the second game … Singled, doubled, and drove in two runs in a win over Mount St. Mary’s (4/29) … Recorded a single and an RBI in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Manhattan (5/2) … Singled in the second game. Sophomore Season (2011): Played in 37 games for the Seahawks, splitting time between second base and shortstop ... tallied 20 hits on 107 at bats for a .187 average ... recorded a season-best three-hit game in Wagner’s 8-7 extra-inning contest against Central Connecticut State (4/18) ... knocked in five runs and scored eight of her own ... finished with a team-high 75 assists and was perfect on the basepaths, going four-for-four on stolen base attempts. Freshman Season (2010): Made an immediate impact on the team offensively ... appeared in 40 games, making 39 starts ... recorded 32 hits on just 105 at bats for a .305 average ... led the team in doubles with eight ... hit her first collegiate homerun in the teams loss to Youngstown State (3/11) ... had a season-best three-hit day against Marist (3/13) ... went two-for-two on stolen base attempts on the year ... finished second on the team in assists (68). Before Wagner: Attended Boulder Creek High School in Anthem, Arizona ... played four years of varsity for coach Evah Taylor ... led her team to a fourth place finish in the state in 2009 ... won a Golden Glove award in 2008 and 2009 ... was named to the Northwest First-Team All-Region team in 2008 and 2009 ... had a .480 batting average in 2008 and a .484 in 2009 … also played for the Arizona Outlaws Gold travel team.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

avg .305 .187 .340 .305

24

gp-gs 40-39 37-37 51-51 128-127

ab 105 107 156 368

r 14 8 23 45

h 32 20 53 105

2b 8 0 3 11

3b 0 0 1 1

hr 1 0 1 2

rbi 18 5 20 43

tb 43 20 61 124

slg% .410 .187 .391 .337

bb 10 7 25 42

hbp 0 0 1 1

so 8 14 13 35

gdp ob% 0 .362 0 .235 0 .434 0 .357

sf 1 1 0 2

sh 2 0 2 4

sb-att 2-2 4-4 1-4 7-10


CARLEY NICOLETTI

3

Senior - OF - R/R Plainville, NY / C.W. Baker

Junior Season (2012): Appeared in 40 games for the Seahawks, starting in 31 … Posted a .241 average (21-for-87), with 14 runs scored, one double, three home runs, 14 runs batted in, and two stolen bases … Appeared defensively for Wagner exclusively in left field … Recorded a flawless 1.000 fielding percentage in 39 total chances … Stole a base and scored a run after being hit by a pitch against Lipscomb (2/24) … Singled, walked, drove in a run, and scored another against Middle Tennessee (2/25) … Tallied a single against Western Michigan (3/9) … Singled in a win over Bucknell (3/16) … Pinch-ran and stole a base in the second game of a doubleheader sweep over Howard (3/18) … Walked and scored a run in a win over Saint Francis (PA) (3/24) … Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in a victory over Robert Morris (3/25)… Singled in the second game of a doubleheader at Temple (3/27) … Singled and scored a run in a win over Sacred Heart (4/2) … Scored a run as a pinch-runner in the second game of a doubleheader at Lafayette (4/4)… Singled, drove in two runs, and scored another in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Pinch-ran and scored in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Yale (4/11) … Singled, doubled, drove in two runs, and scored a run in a win at Quinnipiac (4/14) … Walked and drove in a run in the second game of the doubleheader … Recorded a single in the second game of a doubleheader at Central Connecticut (4/15) … Hit a grand slam and singled twice in the second game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21) … Homered and singled in the first game of a doubleheader at Fairleigh Dickinson (4/28) … Singled twice, drove in a run, and scored another in the second game … Singled and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader at Mount St. Mary’s (4/29) … Walked, singled, and drove in a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Manhattan (5/2). Sophomore Season (2011): Appeared in 28 games for the Green & White, with 28 starts ... recorded nine hits and scored five runs on the year ... tied a career-best game going three-for-four from the plate against Long Island (4/21), also tallying one stolen base and one RBI on the day ... racked up her lone extra base hit in Wagner’s 2-1 extra-inning victory of Lafayette (4/6). Freshman Season (2010): Played in 36 of the teams 45 games, making 28 starts ... had 63 at bats, recording 15 hits, including three doubles and two runs batted in for a .238 average ... finished sixth on the team in putouts with 53, and third on the team in assists with 56 ... first collegiate hit was a double against Lafayette in a tough 2-1 loss to the Leopards ... went six-for-seven at the plate in the teams doubleheader against Mount St. Mary’s, recording three RBI and one stolen base. Before Wagner: Attended C.W. Baker High School in Baldwinsville, New York ... played five years of varsity softball under coach Tracey Roman ... garnered First-team All -League, First-Team All CNY and a Pelcher Award winner ... led the league in home runs, stolen bases, triples and doubles for three years ... played for the Lady Merchants, Bandits, T.C. Tremors and Salt City Stealers travel teams ... also ran indoor track and field ... a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society. Personal: Majoring in physics ... daughter of Dino and Leslie Nicoletti ... has a twin sister Miranda who also attends Wagner and has a brother, Seth.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

avg .238 .200 .241 .231

gp-gs 36-28 28-18 40-31 102-79

ab 63 45 87 195

r 7 5 14 26

h 15 9 21 45

2b 3 1 1 5

3b 0 0 0 0

hr 0 0 3 3

rbi 6 1 14 21

tb 18 10 31 59

slg% .286 .222 .356 .303

bb 2 3 5 10

hbp 0 1 3 4

so 18 13 24 55

gdp ob% 1 .262 1 .265 0 .305 2 277

sf 0 0 0 0

sh 2 1 1 4

sb-att 1-1 2-2 2-4 5-7

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MACKENZIE ALFARO

35

Junior - 3B/C - R/R Riverside, CA / Riverside

Sophomore Season (2012): Played in 46 games for the Seahawks, starting in 42 of them … Hit .305 (36-for-118) with six runs scored, five doubles, 15 runs batted in, and a team-leading 10 sacrifice bunts … Appeared defensively for Wagner at catcher and first base … Singled in the Seahawks’ season opener against Virginia Tech (2/24) … Tallied a single against Lipscomb (2/24) … Singled against Louisiana-Monroe (2/25) … Recorded a single against Western Michigan (3/9) … Had a single in a victory Cleveland State (3/11) … Singled twice in a win over Cleveland State (3/15) … Singled against Army (3/17) … Drove in a run on a single and scored another in the first game of a doubleheader sweep over Howard (3/18) … Tallied a trio of singles and drove in a run in the second game … Hit a two-run, pinch-hit single in a win over Saint Francis (PA) (3/24) … Singled in the first game of a doubleheader against Robert Morris (3/25) … Hit a two-run single in a win over the Colonials in the second game … Singled in the first game of a doubleheader at Temple (3/27)… Recorded a pair of singles in the first game of a doubleheader against Sacred Heart (4/2) … Singled twice and drove in three runs in the first game of a doubleheader at Lafayette (4/4) … Drove in a run on a single in the second game … Picked up a single in each game of a doubleheader at Monmouth (4/6) … Doubled and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader against Bryant (4/7) … Singled in the second game … Recorded a pair of singles in the first game of a doubleheader at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Doubled in a run and scored another in the first game of a doubleheader at Yale (4/11) … Scored a run in the second game … Scored a run in the second game of a doubleheader at Quinnipiac (4/14) … Singled in the first game of a doubleheader at Central Connecticut (4/15) … Doubled in the second game … Tallied a pair of singles in the first game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21) … Went 3-for-4 with a double, two RBI, and a run scored in the second game of a doubleheader at Fairleigh Dickinson (4/28) … Singled in the first game of a doubleheader at Mount St. Mary’s (4/29). Freshman Season (2011): Played in 29 games behind the dish for the Green & White ... finished the season with a .179 batting average, recording nine hits, one RBI, and six runs scored ... wrapped up the season with three hits in her final four games, scoring two runs in the process ... led the team in sacrifice hits with six, and totaled 93 putouts on the year, which was the second most on the team Before Wagner: Played four years for Arlington High School … twice named to the All Inland Valley League Team, earning First-Team honors in 2010 and Second-Team in 2009 … earned All Ivy League recognition as a freshman and sophomore … was named the teams Most Valuable Player her rookie season in 2007.

Year 2011 2012 Totals

avg .127 .340 .273

26

gp-gs 29-28 51-51 80-79

ab 71 156 227

r 6 23 29

h 9 53 62

2b 1 3 4

3b 0 1 1

hr 0 1 1

rbi 1 20 21

tb 10 61 71

slg% .141 .391 .313

bb 5 25 30

hbp 1 1 2

so 8 13 21

gdp ob% 1 .195 0 .434 1 .352

sf 0 0 0

sh 6 2 8

sb-att 0-0 1-4 1-4


KRISTEN MATTEONI

11

Junior - 2B/3B - R/R Reno, NV / Galena

Sophomore Season (2012): Started in all 52 games for the Seahawks … Named to the AllNortheast Conference Second Team for her performance during the 2012 campaign … First on the team in at-bats (170), runs scored (38) total bases (85), and times hit by pitch (12), … Tied for first in home runs (7) … Second on the team in average (.306), hits (52), doubles (12), slugging percentage (.500), on-base percentage (.399), and stolen bases (5) … Drove in 18 runs on the season … Appeared defensively for Wagner at second base and third base … Recorded a five-game hitting streak (3/9-3/11) … Scored a run in five straight games (3/15-3/17) … Singled, doubled, and scored a run against Lipscomb (2/24) … Reached base via a walk and a hit by pitch against Louisiana-Monroe (2/25) … Went 3-for-4 with an RBI double against Middle Tennessee State (2/25) … Tallied a pair of singles against Western Michigan (3/9) … Singled twice against Bradley (3/9) … Recorded a single against Villanova (3/10) … Singled against East Tennessee State (3/10) … Singled and scored a run in a win over Cleveland State (3/11) … Homered against Nebraska-Omaha (3/13) … Walked, stole a base, and scored a run in a win over Cleveland State (3/15) … Singled and scored a run against UWGreen Bay (3/15) … Singled and scored a run in a win over Bucknell (3/16) … Scored a run in a win over Lafayette (3/16)… Scored twice against Army on (3/17) … Went 6-for-7 with a double a sacrifice fly, driving in a run and scoring three more in a doubleheader sweep of Howard (3/18) … Went 4-for-4 with a home run, three RBI, and three runs scored in a win over Saint Francis (PA) (3/24) … Doubled twice and scored twice in the first game of a doubleheader against Robert Morris (3/25) … Singled, was hit by two pitches, and scored twice in the second game … Homered in the first game of a doubleheader at Temple (3/27) … Singled twice in a win over Sacred Heart (4/2) … Singled, walked, and scored two runs in a win over Lafayette (4/4) … Singled, drove in a run, and scored in the first game of a doubleheader at Monmouth (4/6) … Singled and scored in the second game … Singled, walked twice, and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader against Bryant (4/7) … Doubled and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Went 2-for-3 with a double, home run, hit by pitch, and stolen base in the second game … Doubled and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Yale (4/11) … Singled, doubled, and drove in two runs in the second game … Walked and scored a run in a win at Quinnipiac (4/14) … Drove in a run in the second game of a doubleheader at Central Connecticut (4/15) … Scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21) … Homered and scored two runs in the second game … Singled and stole a base in the first game of a doubleheader at Fairleigh Dickinson (4/28) … Singled and homered in the second game … Hit a two-run home run in the first game of a doubleheader at Mount St. Mary’s (4/29) … Went 3-for-3 with a double, a walk, and two runs scored in the second game … Reached base four times in five plate appearances (single, double, walk, hit by pitch) in the first game of a doubleheader sweep of Manhattan (5/2) … Doubled, drove in a run, and scored another in the second game. Freshman Season (2011): Jumped into an impact role in her first season, appearing in all 37 games, making 34 starts ... recorded an impressive 23 hits in 95 appearances at the plate ... led the team in runs scored (14), doubles (7), walks (9), and sacrifice hits (6) ... put an exclamation point on her first collegiate homerun, belting a grand slam in Wagner's 5-2 win over Saint Peter's (4/29). Before Wagner: A three-year captain of the Galena varstiy team ... was named to the Sierra All-League First-Team, SecondTeam, and twice named Honorable Mention throughout her four varsity seasons ... led the Sierra League in homeruns and RBI all four years of high school ... played for the Mizuno All-American travel team ... helped her team to three state championship titles out of Nevada ... also played basketball and volleyball ... was a member of the National Honors Society and Key Club.

Year 2011 2012 Totals

avg .306 .242 .283

gp-gs 52-52 37-34 89-86

ab 170 95 265

r 38 14 52

h 52 23 75

2b 12 7 19

3b 0 0 0

hr 7 1 8

rbi 18 9 27

tb 85 33 118

slg% .500 .347 .445

bb 15 9 24

hbp 12 2 14

so 16 14 30

gdp ob% 0 .399 0 .318 0 .361

sf 1 1 2

sh 2 6 8

sb-att 5-7 2-2 7-9

27


TAYLOR RAUSCHER

1

Junior - 2B/OF - L/R Peoria, AZ / Sunrise Mountain

Sophomore Season (2012): Appeared in 46 games, starting in 34 of them … recorded a .178 average (19-for-107), with 17 runs scored, three doubles, a triple, five runs batted in, and two stolen bases … Played defensively in left field and right field … Drew a walk as a pinch hitter against Lipscomb on (2/24) … Doubled, walked, and stole a base, scoring a run and driving in another against Louisiana-Monroe (2/25) … Tallied a double against Villanova (3/10) … Walked and scored a run in a win over Cleveland State (3/11) … Singled and scored against Nebraska-Omaha (3/13)… Recorded a single against Lafayette (3/13)… Tripled, scored a run, and drove in another in a win over Cleveland State (3/15) … Singled and scored a run against UW-Green Bay (3/15) … Scored a run in a victory over Lafayette (3/16) … Tallied a single against Army (3/17) … Singled twice and scored a run in a win over Howard (3/18) … Drew three walks and scored twice in a doubleheader against Saint Francis (3/24) … Scored a run as a pinch-runner in a win over Robert Morris (3/25) … Tallied a run as a pinch-runner in a win over Sacred Heart (4/2) … Singled, doubled, and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader at Lafayette (4/4) … Stole a base in the second game … Singled in both games of a doubleheader against Bryant (4/7), tallying a run in the first game … Went 3-for-5, driving in three runs and scoring another in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Recorded a single in the second game … Scored a run in both ends of a doubleheader sweep at Yale (4/11) … Scored a run as a pinch-runner in the first game of a doubleheader at Mount St. Mary’s (4/29) … Singled in the second game … Singled in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Manhattan (5/2). Freshman Season (2011): Appeared in 36 games for the Green & White, making 26 starts ... recorded 11 hits on 70 at bats for a .157 batting average ... belted the team's lone triple of the year against Bethune-Cookman (3/5) ... scored five runs on the season, including two in Wagner's 10-2 win against Saint Peter's (4/29) ... recorded her only multi-hit game against Valparaiso (3/11). Before Wagner: A four-year starter on the Sunrise Mountain varsity team under that guidance of coach Nick Rizer ... helped her team to back-to-back 5A Division II State Championship titles (2008, 2009), and runners-up in 2010 after moving up a division to 4A Division I ... named to the 4A Division I Desert West All Region Second-Team her senior year ... was awarded the 2010 AIA Scholar-Athlete Award.

Year 2011 2012 Totals

avg .157 .178 .221

28

gp-gs 36-26 46-34 82-60

ab 70 107 177

r 5 17 22

h 11 19 30

2b 0 3 3

3b 1 1 2

hr 0 0 0

rbi 1 5 6

tb 13 24 37

slg% .186 .224 .209

bb 5 8 13

hbp 0 1 1

so 15 11 26

gdp ob% 0 .213 0 .241 0 .352

sf 0 0 0

sh 1 4 8

sb-att 1-2 2-6 1-4


HAYLEY SULLIVAN

5

Junior - 3B/OF - R/R Bakersfield, CA/ North

Sophomore Season (2012): Appeared in 25 games for the Seahawks, starting in 20 of them … posted a .145 average (8-for-55), with seven runs scored, two doubles, and two runs batted in … tied for second on the team with six sacrifice bunts … hit by six pitches, good for second on the team … Appeared defensively for Wagner at third base … Singled and drove in a run against Lipscomb (2/24) … Drew a walk against Louisiana-Monroe (2/25) … Singled, doubled, drove in a run, and scored another in a win over Robert Morris (3/25) … Singled and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader against Sacred Heart (4/2) … Drove in a run in the second game … Singled and scored twice in a win at Lafayette (4/4) … Singled in the second game of a doubleheader at Quinnipiac (4/14) … Doubled and scored a run in the second game of a doubleheader at Fairleigh Dickinson (4/28)… Singled and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Manhattan (5/2). Before Wagner: Sullivan comes to Grymes Hill as a sophomore transfer from Antelope Valley College in Lancaster, CA, where she helped the Marauders to an undefeated 14-0 mark in the Foothill Conference. A native of Bakersfield, CA, Sullivan was third on the team with a .455 batting average, recording 42 runs on 55 hits and 36 RBI. For her efforts in her first year, Sullivan was named First Team All-Conference.

Year avg gp-gs 2012 .145 25-20 Totals .145 25-20

ab 55 55

r 7 7

h 8 8

2b 3b 2 0 2 0

hr 0 0

rbi 2 2

tb 10 10

slg% .182 .182

bb 2 2

hbp 6 6

so gdp ob% 9 0 .254 9 0 .254

sf 0 0

sh 6 6

sb-att 0-0 0-0

29


JESSICA ALBARRAN

13

Sophomore - 1B/C - R/R Corona, CA/ Eleanor Roosevelt

Freshman Season (2012): Played in all 52 games for the Seahawks, starting in 51 of them … Hit .291 (44-for-151) with nine runs scored, 11 doubles, three home runs and 20 runs batted in … 20 RBI tied for second on the team … Appeared defensively for Wagner at catcher and first base … Doubled and walked against Lipscomb (2/24) … Singled and walked against LouisianaMonroe (2/25) … Homered and walked against Middle Tennessee (2/25) … Tallied a pair of singles against Villanova (3/10) … Singled and walked in a win over Cleveland State (3/11) … Doubled against Nebraska-Omaha (3/13) … Recorded a double against Lafayette (3/13)… Went 3-for-4 with a double, driving in two runs and scoring two more in a win over Cleveland State (3/15) … Singled, doubled, and drove in three runs in a win over Bucknell (3/16) … Drove in a run on a sacrifice fly in a win over Lafayette (3/16) … Tallied a pair of singles against Army (3/17) … Drove in a pair of runs in the first game of a doubleheader sweep over Howard on (3/18) … Singled in the first game of a doubleheader against Saint Francis (PA) (3/24) … Drove in a run on a sacrifice fly in the second game … Homered in the first game of a doubleheader against Robert Morris on (3/25) … Doubled in the first game of a doubleheader at Temple (3/27) … Singled twice in the first game of a doubleheader against Sacred Heart (4/2) … Homered, singled, and drove in two runs in a win over Sacred Heart in the second game … Singled, doubled, and drove in two runs in a win over Lafayette (4/4) … Doubled in the second game … Drove in a run on a sacrifice fly in the first game of a doubleheader against Bryant (4/7) … Recorded two singles and drove in a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep over Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Singled and scored in the second game … Drove in a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Yale (4/11) … Singled and doubled in the second game … Singled, doubled, and scored a run in a win over Quinnipiac (4/14) … Singled and drove in a run in the second game of a doubleheader at Central Connecticut (4/15) … Singled and drove in a run in the first game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21) … Singled twice in the second game … Singled and drove in a run in the second game of a doubleheader at Fairleigh Dickinson (4/28) … Singled twice in the first game of a doubleheader against Mount St. Mary’s (4/29) … Singled, doubled, and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Manhattan (5/2) … Singled three times in the second game. Before Wagner: A four-year member of the Eleanor Roosevelt High School varsity team, Albarran earned the squad Rookie of the Year award in 2008 before garnering Second Team All-League honors as a sophomore. Since 2008, Albarran has played her travel ball for CASE Batbusters 18 Gold team.

Year avg gp-gs 2012 .291 52-51 Totals .291 52-51

30

ab 151 151

r 9 9

h 2b 3b 44 11 0 44 11 0

hr 3 3

rbi 20 20

tb 64 64

slg% .424 .424

bb 14 14

hbp 1 1

so gdp ob% 23 2 .349 23 2 .349

sf 3 3

sh 6 6

sb-att 0-0 0-0


SAMANTHA BEDKER

17

Sophomore - P - R/R Phoenix, AZ/ Sandra Day O’Connor

Freshman Season (2012): Led the Seahawks’ pitching staff in appearances (32), starts (23), wins (8), complete games (12), innings pitched (132 1/3), and strikeouts (75) … Finished the season with an 8-12 record and a 5.30 earned run average … Surrendered one earned run over six innings against Western Michigan (3/9) … Allowed two runs over six innings while striking out seven against UW-Green Bay (3/15) … Picked up the win in a complete game effort, surrendering two earned runs to Howard in the first game of a doubleheader sweep (3/18) … Pitched a complete game victory over Saint Francis (PA) (3/24) … Tossed three innings of relief to record a win against Robert Morris (3/25) … Picked up the win after pitching three innings of relief in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s on (4/10) … Pitched a four-hit shutout to beat Yale in the first game of a doubleheader sweep (4/11) … Allowed two runs in a six-inning complete game effort against Central Connecticut (4/15) … Surrendered two earned runs over 5 2/3 innings against Fairleigh Dickinson (4/28) … Picked up the win after throwing 1 1/3 innings of hitless relief against Mount St. Mary’s (4/29) … Pitched four innings of scoreless relief to record the victory in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Manhattan (5/2). Before Wagner: A native of Phoenix, AZ, Bedker pitched her team to a 5A-II Regional Championship Title and a Third Place finish in the 5A-II State Championship Tournament in 2010, all on her way to First Team All-Region honors. As a junior, Bedker was also named to the All West Valley team and was an All Arizona State Honorable Mention. In 2009, Bedker set a school record for most perfect games in a season, throwing two, garnering First Team All Region 4A-1 Western Sky accolades and consecutive Regional Championships. Bedker plays her travel ball for the Arizona Hotshots.

Year

era

2012

5.30 8-12 32-23

w-l

app-gs cg

Totals 5.30 8-12 32-23

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

ab

b/avg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

1/0 0

132.1 169 94

78

70

75

25

10

13

551

.307

1

9

0

6

19

12 1/0 0

132.1 169 94

78

70

75

25

10

13

551

.307

1

9

0

6

19

12

sho sv ip

h

r

31


CARA DONOVAN

4

Sophomore - OF - R/R Centreville, VA/ Centreville

Freshman Season (2012): Appeared in 32 games for the Seahawks, primarily as a pinchrunner … started in nine games … went 1-for-22 at the plate, with six runs scored, two runs batted in, and two stolen bases … Appeared defensively for Wagner in center field and right field … Reached base via a walk and a hit by pitch against Middle Tennessee (2/25) … Walked, stole a base, and scored a run against Lafayette (3/13) … Pinch-ran, stole a base, and scored in a win over Cleveland State (3/15) … Tallied a single in the first game of a doubleheader against Robert Morris (3/25) … Scored a run as a pinch-runner in the first game of a doubleheader against Sacred Heart (4/2) … Scored a run as a pinch-runner in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Recorded a walk and an RBI in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Yale (4/11) … Pinch-ran and scored in the second game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21) … Recorded a sacrifice fly in a win over Mount St. Mary’s (4/29) … Scored a run as a pinch runner in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Manhattan (5/2). Before Wagner: Donovan is an outfielder from Centreville, VA, who was a three-year captain for Richard Ferrick at Centreville High School. Donovan helped lead the Wildcats to two District Championships, while earning Second Team All-District honors as a shortstop and outfielder in 2009 and First Team All-District honors in 2010. Her junior year, Donovan was named to the All Concorde District Tournament team, as well as the Northern Region All Tournament team. Donovan also plays travel ball for the Ashburn Shooting Stars U-18 Gold team under the guidance of Brian Tiplady.

Year avg gp-gs 2012 .045 32-9 Totals .045 32-9

32

ab 22 22

r 6 6

h 1 1

2b 3b 0 0 0 0

hr 0 0

rbi 2 2

tb 1 1

slg% .045 .045

bb 4 4

hbp 1 1

so gdp ob% sf 1 1 .214 1 1 1 .214 1

sh 0 0

sb-att 2-3 2-3


BETH LEWIS

14

Sophomore - 1B/C - R/R Ashburn, VA/ Stone Bridge

Freshman Season (2012): Played in 34 games for the Seahawks, starting in 17 of them … Hit .179 (10-for-56) with three runs scored and seven runs batted in … Appeared defensively at catcher, first base, and right field for Wagner … Singled in a win over Bucknell (3/16) … Singled and drove in a run against Rider (3/17) … Singled, scored, and drove in two runs in the first game of a doubleheader sweep over Howard (3/18) … Went 4-for-4 with three RBI and a run scored in the second game … Singled and drove in a run in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Singled in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Yale (4/11) … Singled and scored in the second game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21). Before Wagner: A Shooting Stars teammate of Donovan, Lewis hails from Ashburn, VA, where she attended Stone Bridge High School. The Bulldogs starting catcher, Lewis was named Stone Bridge's Most Valuable Player in 2010 after earning Second Team All-Liberty District honors. In 2009, the sophomore aided her team to a District Championship while taking home First Team All-District accolades in the process. For the Stars, Lewis has been a part of two NSA State championship teams and was a vital member of the team that advanced to the ASA Nationals.

Year avg gp-gs 2012 .179 34-17 Totals .179 34-17

ab 56 56

r 3 3

h 2b 3b 10 0 0 10 0 0

hr 0 0

rbi 7 7

tb 10 10

slg% .179 .179

bb 3 3

hbp 0 0

so gdp ob% sf 9 0 .220 0 9 0 .220 0

sh 1 1

sb-att 0-0 0-0

33


KELSEY PARKER

24

Sophomore - SS - R/R Lynnwood, WA/ Lynnwood

Freshman Season (2012): Started in all 52 games for the Seahawks … Led the team in doubles (14), runs batted in (35), slugging percentage (.509), and stolen bases (6) … tied for the team lead in home runs with seven … Hit .297 (49-for-165) on the season … Compiled a 17-game hitting streak (3/15-4/4) … Hit .396 (21-for-53) with 17 RBI during the streak … Followed the streak with an eight-game hitting streak from (4/6-4/11) … Appeared defensively for Wagner at shortstop … Went 3-for-5 with a double, driving in three runs and scoring another against Lipscomb (2/24) … Singled twice and drove in a run against Louisiana-Monroe (2/25) … Stole a base against Bradley (3/9) … Doubled against Columbia (3/12) … Singled twice and stole a base against Akron (3/12) … Recorded a single, a run scored, and a sacrifice fly in a win over Cleveland State (3/15) … Singled, doubled, and drove in two runs against UW-Green Bay (3/15)… Tallied two singles, two stolen bases, and two runs scored against Bucknell (3/16) … Singled against Lafayette (3/16) … Went 2-for-4 with a single, double, two RBI, and a run scored against Army (3/17) … Singled against Rider (3/17) … Homered, singled, drove in two runs, and scored two more in the first game of a doubleheader sweep of Howard (3/18) … Singled and scored a run in the second game … Scored twice and singled in the first game of a doubleheader against Saint Francis (PA) (3/24) … Doubled in the second game … Went 1-for-2 with a pair of RBI in the first game of a doubleheader against Robert Morris (3/25) … Doubled, drove in a run, and scored another in the second game … Homered in the first game of a doubleheader at Temple (3/27) … Singled in the second game … Recorded a single and two RBI in the first game of a doubleheader against Sacred Heart (4/2) … Homered and drove in two runs in the second game … Singled, drove in two runs, and scored three more in a win at Lafayette (4/4) … Doubled, drove in a run, and scored another in the first game of a doubleheader at Monmouth on (4/6) … Doubled in the second game … Doubled twice in the first game of a doubleheader against Bryant (4/7) … Homered and singled in the second game … Singled in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Doubled, drove in a run, scored another, and stole a base in the second game … Homered, singled, doubled, drove in three runs, and scored two runs in the first game of a doubleheader at Yale (4/11) … Singled and stole a base in the second game … Singled in the second game of a doubleheader at Quinnipiac (4/14) … Doubled and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader against LIU Brooklyn (4/21) … Homered in the second game … Doubled and drove in a run on a sacrifice fly in the second game of a doubleheader at Fairleigh Dickinson (4/28) … Singled, drove in a run, and scored another in a win over Mount St. Mary’s (4/29) … Homered and drove in three runs in the first game of a doubleheader sweep at Manhattan (5/2) … Singled and drove in a run in the second game. Before Wagner: Three-year starting catcher at Lynnwood High School ... As a junior co-captain, Parker was named to the WesCo South First Team after earning WesCo South Second Team honors in 2009 and a honorable mention nod as a freshman in 2008 ... As a member of the Washington State Lake Breeze Birch team in the summer season, Parker was an intregal part of four teams that made it to the National Tournament, including the 2009 squad that finished in second place at the Regional National qualifier.

Year avg gp-gs 2012 .297 52-52 Totals .297 52-52

34

ab 165 165

r h 2b 3b 29 49 14 0 29 49 14 0

hr 7 7

rbi 35 35

tb 84 84

slg% .509 .509

bb 18 18

hbp 3 3

so gdp ob% sf 27 1 .370 3 27 1 .370 3

sh 2 2

sb-att 6-9 6-9


OLIVIA ZWICK

18

Sophomore - P - R/R

Surrey, British Columbia/ Earl Marriott Freshman Season (2012): Second on the Seahawks’ pitching staff in appearances (22), starts (15), and innings pitched (88) … finished the season with a 4-11 record and 3.78 earned run average … Surrendered two runs over five innings of relief in Wagner’s season opener against Virginia Tech … Allowed two runs in a complete game effort against Bradley (3/9) … Picked up the win after pitching four innings of one-run relief against Cleveland State (3/11) … Surrendered one unearned run over 6 1/3 innings, recording a win against Lafayette (3/16) … Pitched four scoreless innings of relief against Army (3/17) … Allowed two earned runs over five innings against Robert Morris (3/25) … Surrendered two unearned runs over four innings against Temple (3/27) … Tossed a two-hit shutout to beat Sacred Heart (4/2) … Pitched five innings without allowing an earned run against Monmouth (4/6) … Pitched two innings of perfect relief in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Saint Peter’s (4/10) … Threw three innings of scoreless relief in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at Yale (4/11). Before Wagner: A right-handed pitcher, Zwick attended Earl Marriott High School in Surrey, British Columbia. Zwick, who plays her travel team ball for the White Rock Renegades, was a member of the 2009 U-16 Canadian National team.

Year

era

2012

5.30 8-12 32-23

w-l

app-gs cg

Totals 5.30 8-12 32-23

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

ab

b/avg

wp

hbp

bk

sfa

sha

1/0 0

132.1 169 94

78

70

75

25

10

13

551

.307

1

9

0

6

19

12 1/0 0

132.1 169 94

78

70

75

25

10

13

551

.307

1

9

0

6

19

12

sho sv ip

h

r

35


ABIGAIL BEASLEY

9

Freshman - OF - R/R Peoria, AZ/ Centennial

Before Wagner: Played at Centennial High School for Coach Mike Repak … Earned four varsity letters while helping the Coyotes to a State Championship in 2010 … Holds the single season and career home run records with 13 in the regular season and 22 in her career … As a senior received All-Arizona accolades along with first-team All-State and second-team All-Region … Received honorable mention All-State and first-team All-Region accolades sophomore and junior seasons. Personal: Born in Kansas City, MO ... Daughter of Tracy Fazio ... Has one sister, Katie ... Plans on majoring in Mathematics and Psychology.

BRENDA BOTT Freshman - 3B/C - R/R

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Fountain Valley, CA/ Fountain Valley Before Wagner: Played at Fountain Valley High School for Coach Rick Aldrich … The California native earned four varsity letters with the Barons … Received back to back 1st team All-League and 2nd Team All-League accolades … Graduated with Principals List accolades as well as honor roll accolades all four years. Personal: Born in Fountain Valley, CA ... Daughter of Dan and Coleen Bott ... Has one sister, Marci ... Plans on majoring in Economics.

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MEGAN MOORE Freshman - 1B/C - R/R

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Pottstown, PA/ Owen J. Roberts Before Wagner: Played at Owen J. Roberts for Coach Kevin Kirby… Received secondteam All-Conference catcher and second-team All-Area catcher accolades… Received two varsity letters while with the Wildcats … Played for TNT Gold while placing 17th at Gold Nationals… Graduated with a 3.69 GPA while receiving National Honors Society accolades. Personal: Born in Pottstown, PA ... Daughter of Nelson and Beth Moore ... Has one brother, Robert ... Plans on majoring in Mathematics.

HAILEE RENKERS Freshman - C/OF - R/R

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Surrey, British Columbia/ Earl Marriott Before Wagner: Played at Earl Marriot Secondary located in White Rock, British Columbia… Also played soccer, field hockey, and rugby for the Mariners … Selected for Earl Marriot Elite Ice Hockey Academy … Graduated with a 4.0 GPA along with receiving Honor and Effort Accolades grades 8-12 …Participated on the British Columbia female harball team from 20062011. Personal: Born in Surrey, British Columbia ... Daughter of Julie Renkers ... Has two siblings, Stephanie and Ryan ... Planning on majoring in Chemistry.

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2012 Statistics

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WA G N E R HONORS, AWARDS AND NEC LEADERS 1987 Claire Magner .................................... NEC All-Tournament 1988 Claire Magner ............................... NEC All-Tournament (3B) Rosaland Moss ............................. NEC All-Tournament (OF) 1989 Cathy Guerriero ........................... NEC All-Tournament (1B) Rosaland Moss .............................. NEC All-Tournament (OF) 1990 Sharon Greely ...............................NEC All-Tournament (SS) Susan Hellman .............................NEC All-Tournament (DH) Sherry Morris ............................ NEC All-Tournament (P/1B) Stacey Morris ................................NEC All-Tournament (C) 1991 Susan Hellman ......................... NEC All-Tournament (3B/LF) Stacey Morris .................................NEC All-Tournament (C) 2001 Marie Bianca ..................................2nd Team All-NEC (OF) Amanda Bongiorno .......................... 2nd Team All-NEC (DP) 2002 Kim Bruckner .................................. 2nd Team All-NEC (DP) 2003 Jess Van Manen ................................. 1st Team All-NEC (C) 2004 Morgan Miller ................................... 1st Team All-NEC (P) Jess Van Manen ................................. 1st Team All-NEC (C) Marie Bianca ....................................1st Team All-NEC (OF) Kim Bruckner ...................................1st Team All-NEC (DP) 2005 Katie Stevens ............................. *NEC Rookie of the Year* Morgan Miller ................................... 1st Team All-NEC (P) Christy Sykora .................................1st Team All-NEC (OF) ................................ 1st Team NFCA All-Mid Atlantic Region Christina Hopkins .............................2nd Team All-NEC (OF) Kim Bruckner .................................. 2nd Team All-NEC (DP) Kate Refsnyder ............................... 2nd Team All-NEC (Utl) 2006 Morgan Miller .................................... 1st Team All-NEC (P) Andrea Lazzari ........................... *NEC Rookie of the Year* .................................................... 1st Team All-NEC (1B) ............................................... NEC All-Tournament Team Victoria Batistelli .............................. 2nd Team All-NEC (C) Joy Gallagher .................. *NEC Scholar Athlete of the Year* ................................................... 2nd Team All-NEC (SS) Christina Hopkins ................................... 2nd Team All-NEC Ami Iwicki ......................................2nd Team All-NEC (OF) ............................................... NEC All-Tournament Team Jaclyn Vanore ................................. 2nd Team All-NEC (DP) 2007 Morgan Miller ....................................2nd Team All-NEC (P) ............................................... NEC All-Tournament Team Andrea Lazzari ............................ NEC All-Tournament Team Victoria Batistelli ... Two-time winner - ECAC Player of the Week .......................... Two-time winner - NEC Player of the Week .............................................. NCAA Statistical Champion Joy Gallagher .................................. 2nd Team All-NEC (3B)

H I S TO RY 2007 Katie Stevens .......................NEC Scholar Athlete of the Year ................................................... 2nd Team All-NEC (SS) Kate Eshelman .................................. 2nd Team All-NEC (U) ............................................... NEC All-Tournament Team Jaclyn Vanore .................................. 2nd Team All-NEC (DP) 2008 Andrea Lazzari ............................. NEC Player Of the Year* ..................................... 2nd Team All-Mid Atlanntic Region .................................................... 1st Team All-NEC (2B) Katie Stevens .................................... 1stTeam All-NEC (SS) Vitoria Batistelli ................................ 2nd Team All-NEC (C) Ami Iwicki ......................................2nd Team All-NEC (OF) Jaclyn Vanore .................................. 2nd Team All-NEC (DP) 2009 Andrea Lazzari ............................. NEC Player Of the Year* .................................................. First Team All-NEC (1b) .....................................2009 Division I ECAC All-Star Team ............................ Two-time winner-NEC Player of the Week ...............................2009 NEC Spring Scholar-Athlete Award .......... Louisville Slugger/ NFCA Division I All-Region First Team .......... ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American First Team-District I ............ ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team-University level ...............................Con Edison Student Athlete of the year Kate Eshelman .................................. 1st Team All-NEC (3b) ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American Second Team Jaclyn Vanore ...................................1st Team All-NEC (DP) 2010 Kate Eshelman ............................................................ ... ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American First Team 2012 Brittany Huss .................................. 2nd Team All-NEC (2B) Kristen Matteoni .............................. 2nd Team All-NEC (3B)

WAGNER IN THE NEC TOURNAMENT 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

2-2 3-1 2-2 3-2 2-2 1-2 1-2 2-2

(3rd) (2nd) (3rd) (2nd) (4th) (T-5th) (T-5th) (T-5th)

1995 1998 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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

(T-6th) (T-5th) (3rd) (2nd) (3rd) (2nd) (4th)

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S I N G L E OFFENSE Games Played 1. Marie Bianca, ‘02 ........................ 57 2. Lynn Shortway, ‘02 ...................... 56 3. Jessica Van Manen, ‘02................ 55 Andrea Lazzari, ‘06 ..................... 55 Victoria Batistelli, ‘06 ................... 55 Katie Stevens, ‘06 ....................... 55 At Bats 1. Marie Bianca, ‘02 ...................... 183 2. Katie Stevens, ‘06 ..................... 182 3. Emily Pierce, ‘09 ........................ 173 4. Andrea Lazzari, ‘06 .................... 172 5. Andrea Lazzari, ‘09 .................... 170 Kristen Matteoni, ‘12 ................. 170 Hits 1. Andrea Lazzari, ‘09 ...................... 70 2. Andrea Lazzari, ‘08 ..................... 65 3. Katie Stevens, ‘08........................62 4. Stacey Morris, ‘91 ........................ 60 Marie Bianca, ‘02 ........................ 60 Katie Stevens, ‘05 ....................... 60 Katie Stevens, ‘07 ....................... 60 Runs 1. Katie Stevens, ‘08........................49 2. Katie Stevens,‘07 ........................ 43 3. Victoria Batistelli, ‘06 ................... 42 Andrea Lazzari, ‘09 ..................... 42 5. Christy Sykora, ‘05 ...................... 39 Kate Eshelman, ‘07 ..................... 39 Average 1. Stacey Morris, ‘91 .................... .556 2. Sue Hellman, ‘90...................... .453 3. Chris Anderson, ‘91 .................. .451 4. Katie Stevens, ‘08 .................... .437 5. Joan Mazzella, ‘84 .................... .426 Sacrifice Hits 1. Gerri Micelli, ‘87 .......................... 16 2. Marybeth Morrison, ‘91................ 15 3. Kate Eshelman, ‘07 ..................... 14 4. Katie Stevens, ‘08 ....................... 13 5. Ingrid Faller, ‘88 .......................... 12 Doubles 1. Marie Bianca, ‘02 ........................ 16 2. Ami Iwicki, ‘07 ............................ 15 Andrea Lazzari, ‘08 ..................... 15 4. Kelsey Parker, ‘12 ........................ 14 5. Ami Iwicki, ‘06 ............................ 13 Andrea Lazzari, ‘07 ..................... 13 Ami Iwicki, ‘08 ............................ 13 Katie Stevens, ‘08 ....................... 13 Kate Eshelman, ‘08 ..................... 13 Triples 1. Sherry Morris. ‘91 .........................7 Jennifer Albrizio, ‘84 ......................7 3. Chris Anderson, ‘91 .......................6 4. Carrie Raffelo, ‘93 .........................5 Grete Abrahamsen, ‘86 ..................5 Joy Gallagher, ‘06..........................5

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Home Runs 1. Andrea Lazzari, ‘09 ..................... 16 2. Sue Hellman, ‘91 ......................... 12 3. Victoria Batistelli, ‘07 ................... 11 Victoria Batistelli, ‘06 ................... 11 5. Stacey Morris, ‘91 ....................... 10 Andrea Lazzari, ‘08 ..................... 10 Runs Batted In 1. Andrea Lazzari, ‘08 ..................... 55 2. Andrea Lazzari, ‘09 ...................... 51 3. Victoria Batistelli, ‘07 ................... 49 4. Victoria Batistelli, ‘06 ................... 46 5. Sue Hellman, ‘91......................... 43 Stacey Morris, ‘91 ....................... 43 Walks 1. Kimberly Bruckner, ‘05 ................. 33 2. Jess Van Manen, ‘03.................... 27 Katie Stevens, ‘07 ....................... 27 4. Brittany Huss, ‘12 ....................... 25 5. Rosaland Moss, ‘88 ..................... 21 Stolen Bases 1. Claire Magner, ‘89 ....................... 30 2. Ingrid Faller, ‘88 .......................... 22 3. Rosaland Moss, ‘88 ..................... 21 4. Cathy Guerriero, ‘91 .................... 20 5. Claire Magner, ‘87 ....................... 16 Hit by Pitch 1. Victoria Batistelli, ‘07 ................... 36 2. Stacey Veech, ‘99........................ 12 Jaclyn Vanore, ‘06 ....................... 12 Kristen Matteoni, ‘12 ................... 12 5. Jaclyn Vanore, ‘07 ....................... 10 Victoria Batistelli, ‘06 ................... 10 Victoria Batistelli, 08 ................... 10 FIELDING Putouts 1. Jessica Albarran, ‘12 ................. 374 2. Andrea Lazzari, ‘09 ................... 338 3. Michelle Distefano, ‘05 .............. 319 4. Andrea Lazzari, ‘07 ................... 301 5. Vicki Levins, ‘03 ........................ 297 Assists 1. Kelsey Parker, ‘12 ...................... 139 2. Carrie Raffelo, ‘95 ..................... 129 Joy Gallagher, ‘06...................... 129 4. Katie Stevens, ‘07 ..................... 125 5. Kate Eshelman, ‘07 ................... 124 PITCHING Appearances 1. Krystle Petty, ‘01 ......................... 37 2. Kaelynn Armenta, ‘09 .................. 34 3. Morgan Miller, ‘07........................ 33 4. Morgan Miller, ‘06........................ 32 5. Morgan Miller, ‘05........................ 30

Starts 1. Krystle Petty, ‘01 ......................... 29 2. Morgan Miller, ‘07........................ 27 3. Morgan Miller, ‘06........................ 27 4. Kaelynn Armenta, ‘09 .................. 25 5. Judy Betz, ‘11 ............................. 25 Complete Games 1. Krystle Petty, ‘01 ......................... 27 2. Kelly Morey, ‘86 .......................... 24 3. Krystle Petty, ‘03 ......................... 22 Morgan Miller, ‘07........................ 22 5. Morgan Miller, ‘06........................ 21 Shutouts 1. Morgan Miller, ‘06..........................8 2. Kate Eshelman, ‘07 .......................7 3. Morgan Miller, ‘07..........................6 4. Krystle Petty, ‘01 ...........................5 Joan Chelsen, ‘85..........................5 Wins 1. Morgan Miller, ‘06........................ 19 2. Krystle Petty, ‘01 ......................... 18 3. Morgan Miller, ‘05........................ 16 Morgan Miller, ‘07 ........................16 5. Dara Gadziala, ‘06........................14 Saves 1. Kate Eshelman, ‘08 .......................4 2. Morgan Miller, ‘04..........................3 Krystle Petty, ‘00 ...........................3 Diane Gryziec, ‘82 .........................3 5. Krystle Petty, ‘03 ...........................2 Dara Gadziala, ‘06 .........................2 Morgan Miller............................... .2 Innings 1. Krystle Petty, ‘01 .................... 215.2 2. Morgan Miller, ‘06................... 181.0 Morgan Miller, ‘07................... 181.0 4. Kelly Morey, ‘86 ..................... 173.0 4. Judy Betz, ‘11 ........................ 173.0 Strikeouts 1. Krystle Petty, ‘01 ....................... 113 2. Kaelynn Armenta, ‘09 .................. 99 3. Krystle Petty, ‘00 ......................... 97 4. Joan Chelsen, ‘85........................ 92 Morgan Miller, ‘07........................ 92 Lowest ERA 1. Diane Gryziec, ‘83 .................... 0.92 2. Diane Gryziec, ‘82 .................... 1.13 3. Cathy Guerriero, ‘89 ................. 1.35 4. Joan Chelsen, ‘85..................... 1.38 5. Joan Chelsen, ‘84..................... 1.40


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R E C O R D S

OFFENSE Games Played 1. Katie Stevens (‘05-’08) ............... 204 2. Victoria Batistelli (‘05-’08) .......... 203 3. Ami Iwicki (‘05-’08) ................... 201 4. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ............. 200 5. Jaclyn Vanore (‘05-’09) .............. 196

Runs Batted In (RBI) 1. Victoria Batistelli (‘05-’08) .......... 160 2. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ............. 159 3. Katie Stevens (‘05-‘08) ............... 109 4. Ami Iwicki ( ‘05- ‘08) ...................96 5. Jaclyn Vanore (‘06-’09) ................92

PITCHING Appearances 1. Morgan Miller (‘04-’07)............... 124 2. Krystle Petty (‘00-’03) ................ 112 3. Judy Betz (‘10-pres.) ............. 76 4. Danielle Esposito (‘91-’94)............72 5. Rebekah Eid (‘87-’90) ..................69

At-Bats 1. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ............. 636 2. Katie Stevens (‘05-’08) ............... 629 3. Marie Bianca (‘01-’04) ................ 589 4. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ............. 576 5. Ami Iwicki (‘05-’08) ................... 568

Total Bases 1. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ............. 390 2. Katie Stevens (‘05- ‘08) .............. 334 3. Victoria Batistelli (‘05-’08) .......... 322 4. Marie Bianca (‘01-’04) ................ 263 5. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ............. 249

Wins 1. Morgan Miller (‘04-’07)...................60 2. Krystle Petty (‘00-’03) ..................41 3. Rebekah Eid (‘87-’90) ..................33 4. Danielle Esposito (‘91-’94)............29 5. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ...............28

Hits 1. Katie Stevens (‘05-08)................238 2. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ............. 238 3. Marie Bianca (‘01-’04) ................ 189 4. Victoria Batistelli (‘05-’08) .......... 174 5. Ami Iwicki (‘05-’08) ................... 172 6. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ............. 170 6. Christina Hopkins (‘04-’07)..........161 7. Chris Anderson (‘89-’92)............. 152 8. Jaclyn Vanore (‘06-’09) .............. 151 9. Jess Van Manen (‘01-’04) ........... 146

Walks 1. Katie Stevens ( ‘05- ‘08)...............75 2. Jess Van Manen (‘01-’04) .............73 3. Jaclyn Vanore (‘06-’09) ................64 4. Victoria Batistelli (‘05- ‘08) ...........60 5. Sharon Greeley (‘87-’90) ..............57

Games Started 1. Morgan Miller (‘04-’07).................98 2. Krystle Petty (‘00-’03) ..................91 3. Danielle Esposito (‘91-’94)............68 4. Rebekah Eid (‘87-’90) ..................64 5. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ...............60

Hit By Pitch 1. Victoria Batistelli (’05- ‘08) ...........65 2. Jaclyn Vanore (‘06- ‘09) ...............35 3. Stacey Veech (‘99-’01) .................27 4. Katie Stevens ( ‘05- ‘08)...............15 5. Marie Bianca (‘01-’04) ..................14

Innings Pitched 1. Morgan Miller (‘04-’07)............ 671.2 2. Krystle Petty (‘00-’03) ............. 648.1 3. Danielle Esposito (‘91-’94) ........ 446.1 4. Rebekah Eid (‘87-’90) ............. 421.0 5. Judy Betz (‘10-pres.) ........ 391.1

Stolen Bases 1. Claire Magner (‘86-’89) ................73 2. Katie Stevens (‘05- ‘08) ................37 3. Cathy Guerriero (‘88-’91) .............36 4. Rosaland Moss (‘88-’89) ...............33 5. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ...............26

Complete Games 1. Krystle Petty (‘00-’03) ..................84 2. Morgan Miller (‘04-’07).................81 3. Danielle Esposito (‘91-’94)) ..........64 4. Rebekah Eid (‘87-’90) ..................59 5. Kate Refsnyder (‘02-’05) ..............36 Judy Betz (‘10-pres.) ............. 36

Runs 1. Katie Stevens (‘05-‘08).............. . 160 2. Victoria Batistelli (‘05-‘08) .......... 131 3. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ............. 124 4. Jaclyn Vanore (‘06-’09) .............. 106 5. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ............. 101 Batting Average 1. Stacey Morris (‘90-’91) .............. .444 2. Sue Hellman (’90-’91) ............... .421 3. Katie Stevens (‘05-’08) .............. .378 4. Lisa DeRienza (’84-’86) ............. .377 5. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ............ .374 Doubles 1. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ...............50 2. Ami Iwicki (‘05- ‘08).....................48 3. Marie Bianca (‘01-’04) ..................43 4. Katie Stevens (‘05- 08)................ 40 5. Victoria Bastistelli (‘05-’08) ...........39 Triples 1. Chris Anderson (‘89-’92) ..............14 Carrie Raffelo (‘92-’95).................14 3. Jennifer Albrizio (‘82-’85) .............13 4. Christine Ancona (‘92-’95) ..............9 5. Three people with .........................8 Home Runs 1. Andrea Lazzari (‘06-’09) ...............34 2. Victoria Batistelli (‘05- 08)............33 3. Kim Bruckner (‘02-’05) ................16 Katie Stevens (‘05-’08) .................16 5. Sue Hellman (‘90-’91) .................15

Sacrifices 1. Marybeth Morrison (‘89-’91) ...........28 2. Lynn Shortway (‘00-’03) ...............26 3. Christina Hopkins (‘05-’07)............24 4. Stacey Veech (‘98-’01) .................18 5. Jen James (‘99-’02) .....................17 FIELDING Putouts 1. Andrea Lazzari (‘06- ‘09) .......... 1124 2. Victoria Batistelli ( ‘05- ‘08) ........ 739 3. Laura Graham (‘92-’95) .............. 668 4. Grete Abrahamsen (‘86-’88) .......... 641 5. Michelle Distefano (‘02-’05) ........ 559 Assists T-1. Katie Stevens (‘05- ‘08) .............. 427 T-1. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ............. 427 2. Lynn Shortway (‘00-’03) ............. 388 3. Carrie Raffelo (‘92-’95)............... 367 4. Stacey Veech (‘99-’01) ............... 298

Shutouts 1. Morgan Miller (‘04-’07).................18 2. Krystle Petty (‘00-’03)...................14 3. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ...............11 4. Joan Chelsen (‘84-’85) ...................7 5. Judy Betz (‘10-pres.) ............... 5 Saves 1. Morgan Miller (‘04-’07)...................6 Krystle Petty (‘00-’03) ....................6 3. Diane Gryziec (‘81-’83) ..................4 Kate Eshelman (‘07- ‘10) ................4 5. Dara Gadziala (‘04-’06) ..................2 Judy Betz (‘10-pres.) ............... 2 Strikeouts 1. Krystle Petty (‘00-’03) ................ 341 2. Morgan Miller (‘04-’07)................. 330 3. Cathy Guerriero (‘88-’91) ........... 194 4. Kate Eshelman (‘07-’10) ............. 190 5. Judy Betz (‘10-pres.) ........... 188

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