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2013 Softball Media Guide

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TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information

2012 Recap

Contents/Quick Facts.....................................................................1 Media Information..........................................................................2 Schedule...............................................................................................3 Roster.....................................................................................................4 Roster Breakdown...........................................................................5

Season In Review.......................................................................... 30 Game-by-Game Results............................................................. 31 Final Stats......................................................................................... 32 Stats Breakdown........................................................................... 33

MSU Coaching Staff Head Coach Vann Stuedeman...............................................6-7 Assistant Coach Beth Mullins.....................................................8 Assistant Coach Alan Reach........................................................9

MSU Players

Stephanie Becker.......................................................................... 10 Briana Bell........................................................................................ 11 Jessica Cooley................................................................................. 12 Julia Echols....................................................................................... 13 Shelby Fisher................................................................................... 14 Logan Foulks................................................................................... 15 Erika Gaul......................................................................................... 16 Swayze Hollenhead...................................................................... 17 Sam Lenahan................................................................................... 18 Erin Nesbit........................................................................................ 19 Jessica Offutt.................................................................................. 20 Alison Owen.................................................................................... 21 Ashley Phillips................................................................................ 22 Chrissie Rovtar............................................................................... 23 Heidi Shape...................................................................................... 24 Shana Sherrod................................................................................ 25 Kylie Vry............................................................................................. 26 Rachael Zdeb.................................................................................. 27 Olivia Golden.................................................................................. 28 Loryn Nichols.................................................................................. 28 Jacey Punches................................................................................. 29 Kayla Winkfield.............................................................................. 29

School Records and History

Individual Records.................................................................34-41 Annual Leaders........................................................................42-45 Team Records............................................................................46-48 Class Records............................................................................49-50 SEC Tournament History and Records................................ 51 NCAA Tournament History and Records........................... 52 All-Time Results.......................................................................53-57 Series History............................................................................58-65 Letterwinners................................................................................. 66 Honors and Awards...............................................................67-69

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MSU Softball Stadium................................................................ 70 Mississippi State University...............................................71-72 School Leaders............................................................................... 73 Templeton Academic Center................................................... 74 SEC Softball..................................................................................... 75 The Community’s Team........................................................76-79 Media Coverage.......................................................................80-82

QUICK FACTS General Information Name Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Colors Conference President Athletics Director Sr. Assoc. AD/SWA Stadium Capacity Dimensions Press Box Number

Mississippi State University Starkville, Miss. Feb. 28, 1878 20,365 Bulldogs Maroon & White Southeastern (West) Dr. Mark E. Keenum Scott Stricklin Ann Carr MSU Softball Stadium 750 L-200, C-220, R-200 662-325-7546

Team Staff Head Coach Vann Stuedeman (Second Season) Alma Mater Huntingdon, 1994 Mississippi State Record 33-24 Career Record 33-24 SEC Record 12-16 Assistant Coach Beth Mullins Alma Mater UAB, 2005 Assistant Coach Alan Reach Alma Mater Alabama, 2002 Softball Office Phone 662-325-0573 Certified Athletic Trainer Kari Kebach Managers J Bailey Russ Butts Megan Nesbit Caitlin Wenzel Strength Coach Alicia Catlette Academic Counselor Jillian Guy

Athletic Media Relations Sr. Assoc. AD/Media Relations Mike Nemeth Asst. AD/Media Relations John R. Cade Asst. AD/Media Relations Joe Galbraith Assistant Director Joe Dier Assistant Director Gregg Ellis Assistant Director Brock Turnipseed Assistant Director (Softball) Kyle Niblett Office Phone 662-325-0972 Cell Phone 662-418-9139 E-Mail kniblett@athletics.msstate.edu Fax 662-325-2563 Twitter @MStateSB @KyleNiblett Facebook Facebook.com/MStateSB P.O. Box 5327 Mailing Address Mississippi State, MS 39762 Overnight Address Room 202 Humphrey Coliseum 55 Coliseum Blvd. Mississippi State, MS 39762 Web Site www.HailState.com

Program History Program Years 1982-86; 1997-Present Overall Record (20 seasons) 724-513 (.585) NCAA Tournament App. 9 (2000; 2002-05, 2007-09, 2012) NCAA Tournament Record 9-26 (.257) SEC Tournament Appearances 12 (98-2005, 2007-08, 11-12) SEC Tournament Record 11-20 (.355)

Team Information 2012 Overall Record SEC Record/Finish Letterwinners Returning/Lost Position Starters Returning/Lost Pitchers Returning/Lost Newcomers

33-24 12-16 / T-3rd West 14/8 6/3 3/2 7

Key Returnees Stephanie Becker, Sr., LHP 2012: 2.49 ERA, 18-10 W-L, 182.2 IP, 12 CG, 163 K Jessica Cooley, Sr., OF 2012: .310 BA, 37 R, 3 2B, 15 HR, 41 RBIs, 28 BB, 14 SB Sam Lenahan, Jr., C 2012: .321 BA, 26 R, 7 2B, 2 HR, 28 RBIs, 21 BB, 4 SB Key Losses Brittany Bell, DP 2012: .368 BA, 40 R, 10 2B, 9 HR, 35 RBIs, 29 BB, 9 SB Ka’ili Smith, C 2012: .355 BA, 38 R, 11 2B, 5 HR, 30 RBIs, 44 BB, 12 SB Newcomers Julia Echols, INF, Tr., RSo., McDonough, Ga. / UGA Logan Foulks, INF, Tr., Jr., Douglasville, Ga. / UNC Olivia Golden, INF, Fr., Hartselle, Ala. / Hartselle Loryn Nichols, OF, Fr., Murrieta, Calif. / Murrieta Valley Alison Owen, RHP, Tr., RJr., Newnan, Ga. / UGA Jacey Punches, RHP, Fr., Round Rock, Texas / Stony Point Kayla Winkfield, INF, Fr., Giddings, Texas / Giddings

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MEDIA INFORMATION Softball Media Relations Contact

Kyle Niblett is in his second season with the Mississippi State softball program. He can be reached at 662-325-0972 or by cell phone at 662-418-9139. His office is located on the second floor of the Bryan Building in the media relations offices and his email address is KNiblett@athletics.msstate.edu.

Kyle Niblett

Press Services

Assistant Director, Media Relations Phone: 662-325-0972 Cell: 662-418-9139 Fax: 662-325-2563 Email: KNiblett@athletics.msstate.edu Twitter: @KyleNiblett Softball Twitter: @MStateSB

Working media members will be provided with weekly game notes, which contain updated statistics, features and more information on the upcoming schedule. Following each game, media personnel will also be supplied a box score as well as play-by-play (upon request) of each game. All of these items can be found online at HailState.com.

Interviews

MSU Media Relations Department

The softball Media Relations Office is located on the second floor on the north side of the Bryan Building on Lakeview Drive in Starkville, Miss. Phone: 662-325-8881 Fax: 662-325-2563

For post-game interviews, Head Coach Vann Stuedeman and requested players will be available following a 10-minute cooling off period. Stuedeman will conduct her postgame radio interview before speaking to reporters, while players will address the media during Stuedeman’s radio interview. Please make interview requests for opposing players and coaches through the visiting softball PR contact. Media should submit post-game interview requests to athletic media relations personnel prior to the start of the seventh inning.

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5308 Mississippi State, MS 39762 Overnight Address: Bryan Building Lakeview Drive Mississippi State, MS 39762 Media Relations Staff Name Mike Nemeth John R. Cade Joe Galbraith Joe Dier Gregg Ellis Kyle Niblett Brock Turnipseed

Credentials Title (Sport) Senior Associate A.D. Assistant A.D. (Digital Media, Tennis) Assistant A.D. (Football) Assistant Director (Baseball, Volleyball) Assistant Director (M. Basketball, Track & Field) Assistant Director (Softball, Football) Assistant Director (Soccer, W. Basketball)

Phone 325-2703 325-2703 325-2703 325-8040 325-3595 325-0972 325-7556

Key Phone Numbers

Media Relations Office: 662-325-8881 Media Relations Fax: 662-325-2563 MSU Softball Stadium Press Box: 662-325-7546 MSU Softball Offices: 662-325-0560 (Best Time to Call: Mornings)

Facebook.com/MStateSB

Like the MSU Softball team on Facebook by searching for “Mississippi State Softball” or by going to Facebook.com/ MStateSB. Final scores, pictures from selected games and various videos from softball season will be posted to this page.

@MStateSB

For live in-game updates, quirky stats and updated schedule information such as game times, rain delays and more, follow the team on Twitter at @MStateSB.

YouTube.com/HailState

For post-game interviews featuring Head Coach Vann Stuedeman and the Bulldog softball players, check out MSU’s official YouTube channel at YouTube.com/HailState. Videos previewing each series and tournament will also be here.

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The Mississippi State softball team is scheduled to practice between 2 and 6 p.m. on days in which the team does not travel or play. All practices are open to the general public. Members of the working media are invited to attend all practices at the MSU Softball Field. Interviews must be conducted before or after practice. Requests should be made 24 hours in advance to ensure availability through Kyle Niblett in the Athletic Media Relations Office. In the event of a schedule change or bad weather, check softball’s Twitter account at @MStateSB or HailState.com for updated practice times.

Due to free admission, no press or photo credentials are required for home games. However, due to limited seating availability inside the MSU Softball Stadium Press Box, all seating requests should be emailed to Kyle Niblett at least 48 hours prior to each home game. For liability reasons, all photographers wishing to shoot the game should report to the press box pregame and notify MSU officials they are shooting on the field. Space is very limited, so accomodations are on a priority basis. Priority is granted to members of the media who cover MSU Softball on a regular basis, and to visiting media members. Only working media will be allowed access to the press and photo areas. Non-working individuals, including family members of the working media, will not be permitted in the working press area.

Photo Regulations

Photography for all MSU home games will be issued only to accredited photographers on assignment. Photographers may shoot ONLY on the grass area beyond the bases in foul territory. The MSU Athletic Department adheres to NCAA photography policies and reserves all commercial and non-commercial rights to use of film, videotape and still photographs of its athletes, athletic events and facilities. Following are general areas where photographers may setup from: 1. Outside of any facility barriers or fences 2. Foul territory behind first base bag 3. Foul territory behind third base bag 4. Dugouts (with permission from each team)

MSU Softball Stadium

The MSU Softball Field is an on-campus facility located on the corner of Lakeview Drive and U.S. 182 East. The press box telephone number is 662-325-7546. With a capacity of 750, the MSU Softball Field has a fully enclosed press box, including wireless, ethernet, radio broadcasting and television broadcasting capabilities.

Media Parking

There are no designated areas for media parking at the MSU Softball Field. Generally, visiting media and other gameday personnel choose to park in the lot behind the outfield fence of the facility.

No Longer “Lady” Bulldogs

The Mississippi State softball team no longer goes by the term, “Lady Bulldogs.” Please refrain from using the term in all stories, interviews, blogs and notes.


SCHEDULE February

April

Date Opponent Time Date Opponent Time FEB. 7 FEB. 8 FEB. 9 FEB. 9 FEB. 10 Feb. 13 FEB. 16 FEB. 16 FEB. 17 FEB. 17 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 24

! SOUTH ALABAMA ! TROY ! TENNESSEE STATE ! GEORGIA STATE ! SOUTH ALABAMA at Louisiana # WESTERN KENTUCKY # NORTHWESTERN STATE # MURRAY STATE # LIPSCOMB ^ vs. Belmont ^ vs. Wichita State ^ vs. Southeast Missouri State ^ vs. SIU-Edwardsville

6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m.

APRIL 2 April 3 April 5 April 6 April 7 APRIL 12 APRIL 13 APRIL 14 April 16 April 19 April 20 April 21 APRIL 24 APRIL 26 APRIL 27 APRIL 28

JACKSON STATE vs. UAB (Ridgeland, Miss.) * at Florida * at Florida * at Florida * OLE MISS * OLE MISS * OLE MISS at Samford * at Alabama * at Alabama * at Alabama MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE * SOUTH CAROLINA * SOUTH CAROLINA * SOUTH CAROLINA

March March 1 March 1 March 2 March 2 March 3 MARCH 6 MARCH 8 MARCH 9 MARCH 10 March 12 March 14 March 14 March 15 MARCH 20 March 22 March 23 March 24 March 26 MARCH 29 MARCH 30 MARCH 30

$ vs. Hofstra $ vs. Maryland $ vs. LIU-Brookyln $ vs. Fordham $ vs. Syracuse MEMPHIS * LSU * LSU * LSU at Jacksonville State at College of Charleston (DH-1) at College of Charleston (DH-2) at Charleston Southern LOUISIANA * at Kentucky * at Kentucky * at Kentucky at UAB * AUBURN * AUBURN (DH-1) * AUBURN (DH-2)

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

May/June 10 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 9 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 8 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m.

By the Numbers 55.............................................................................................................................Regular-Season Games 31...........................................................................................................................Non-Conference Games 24.....................................................................................................................................Conference Games 22................................................................................................................................................Home Games 20................................................................................................................................................. Away Games 13.................................................................................................................................... Neutral-Site Games 24................................................................................................................. Games vs. 2012 NCAA Teams 6...................................................................................................................Games vs. 2012 WCWS Teams 3............................................................................................................Games vs. 2012 NCAA Champion 4........................................................................................................Tournaments from Feb. 7 - March 3 2.................................................................................Home Tournaments First Two Weeks of Season 3...................................................................................................................Games on National Television

May 3 May 4 May 5 May 6 May 8-11 May 17-19 May 24-25 May 30 - June 5

* at Texas A&M * at Texas A&M * at Texas A&M at Houston SEC Tournament NCAA Regionals NCAA Super Regionals Women’s College World Series

7 p.m. 4 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA

Bold indicates home dates ! - Bulldog Kickoff Classic (Starkville, Miss.) # - Bulldog Battle (Starkville, Miss.) ^ - Blues City Classic (Southaven, Miss.) $ - D9 Citrus Classic (Kissimmee, Fla.) * - SEC Series All Times Central All Game Times Tentative and Subject to Change

Games By State

3 GOAL

3 30

4

6

1 8

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ROSTER Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 44

Name Jacey Punches Jessica Cooley Kylie Vry Alison Owen Erin Nesbit Julia Echols Logan Foulks Kayla Winkfield Loryn Nichols Stephanie Becker Olivia Golden Shelby Fisher Swayze Hollenhead Sam Lenahan Rachael Zdeb Ashley Phillips Briana Bell Heidi Shape Erika Gaul Jessica Offutt Shana Sherrod Chrissie Rovtar

Pos. RHP OF LHP RHP INF INF INF/C INF OF LHP INF OF/1B INF C OF OF OF INF INF OF RHP INF/C

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

Ht. 5-7 5-7 5-10 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-4 5-8 5-4 6-0 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-9 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-11 5-5 5-5 5-10

Yr. Fr. Sr. Sr. RJr. RJr. RSo. RJr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. RSo. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Exp. HS 3L 3L Tr. 2L Tr. Tr. HS HS 3L HS 3L 1L 2L 2L 1L 1L 2L 1L 2L 2L 3L

Hometown/High School or Last College Round Rock, Texas/Stony Point Birmingham, Ala./Oak Mountain Des Moines, Iowa/Des Moines East Newnan, Ga./University of Georgia Acworth, Ga./Harrison McDonough, Ga./University of Georgia Douglasville, Ga./University of North Carolina Giddings, Texas/Giddings Murrieta, Calif./Murrieta Valley Aurora, Ill./West Aurora Hartselle, Ala./Hartselle Scottsdale, Ariz./Horizon Mathiston, Miss./East Webster Lawrenceville, Ga./Collins Hill Shawnee, Kan./Shawnee Mission NW Water Valley, Miss./Water Valley Brandon, Fla./Riverview Duluth, Ga./Norcross Clermont, Fla./South Lake Madison, Ala./Bob Jones Vestavia Hills, Ala./Vestavia Hills West Chicago, Ill./Community Dist. 94

Pos. LHP OF OF INF OF/1B INF/C INF INF INF C INF OF OF RHP OF RHP INF/C INF RHP LHP INF OF

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

Ht. 6-0 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-11 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-4 5-5 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-10 5-5 5-5 5-10 5-8 5-9

Yr. Sr. RSo. Sr. RSo. Sr. RJr. So. Fr. So. Jr. RJr. Fr. Jr. RJr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

Exp. 3L 1L 3L Tr. 3L Tr. 1L HS 1L 2L 2L HS 2L Tr. 1L HS 3L 2L 2L 3L HS 2L

Hometown/High School or Last College Aurora, Ill./West Aurora Brandon, Fla./Riverview Birmingham, Ala./Oak Mountain McDonough, Ga./University of Georgia Scottsdale, Ariz./Horizon Douglasville, Ga./University of North Carolina Clermont, Fla./South Lake Hartselle, Ala./Hartselle Mathiston, Miss./East Webster Lawrenceville, Ga./Collins Hill Acworth, Ga./Harrison Murrieta, Calif./Murrieta Valley Madison, Ala./Bob Jones Newnan, Ga./University of Georgia Water Valley, Miss./Water Valley Round Rock, Texas/Stony Point West Chicago, Ill./Community Dist. 94 Duluth, Ga./Norcross Vestavia Hills, Ala./Vestavia Hills Des Moines, Iowa/Des Moines East Giddings, Texas/Giddings Shawnee, Kan./Shawnee Mission NW

Alphabetical Roster No. 11 21 2 6 14 7 23 12 15 16 5 10 26 4 20 1 44 22 27 3 9 19

Name Stephanie Becker Briana Bell Jessica Cooley Julia Echols Shelby Fisher Logan Foulks Erika Gaul Olivia Golden Swayze Hollenhead Sam Lenahan Erin Nesbit Loryn Nichols Jessica Offutt Alison Owen Ashley Phillips Jacey Punches Chrissie Rovtar Heidi Shape Shana Sherrod Kylie Vry Kayla Winkfield Rachael Zdeb

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Vann Stuedeman (Huntingdon College, 1994) – Second Year Assistant Coaches: Beth Mullins (UAB, 2005) Alan Reach (Alabama, 2002) Managers: J Bailey, Russ Butts, Megan Nesbit, Caitlin Wenzel Strength Coach: Alicia Catlette Certified Athletic Trainer: Kari Kebach Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer: Julia Hassell Academic Advisor: Jillian Guy

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Pronounciation Guide BRIANA Bell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bre-AHN-ah Ericka GAUL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rhymes with Hall Jessica OFFUTT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF-ut Chrissie ROVTAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ROVE-tar SHANA Sherrod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SHAN-a Share-id Kylie VRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rhymes with “Dry” Rachael ZDEB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Zeb


ROSTER BREAKDOWN Bulldogs By Height

Bulldogs By State

6-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephanie Becker 5-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Erika Gaul 5-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chrissie Rovtar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kylie Vry 5-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rachael Zdeb

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5-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Erin Nesbit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kayla Winkfield 5-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Briana Bell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jessica Cooley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shelby Fisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alison Owen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jacey Punches

1 1 2

4

6

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5-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julia Echols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Lenahan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ashley Phillips 5-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Olivia Golden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Swayze Hollenhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jessica Offutt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heidi Shape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shana Sherrod 5-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Logan Foulks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loryn Nichols

Bulldog Birthdays

Preseason Depth Chart

Jan. 4, 1991

Chrissie Rovtar

Jan. 12, 1993

Ashley Phillips

Jan. 17, 1992

Sam Lenahan

Jan. 20, 1992

Logan Foulks

Jan. 28, 1991

Alison Owen

Feb. 27, 1992 March 6, 1978

Jessica Offutt Erika Gaul

April 14, 1994

Kayla Winkfield

April 16, 1991

Kylie Vry

April 25, 1991

Jessica Cooley

April 27, 1991

Stephanie Becker Loryn Nichols

July 20, 1992

Swayze Hollenhead

Aug. 4, 1990

Shelby Fisher

Aug. 6, 1992 Sept. 11, 1972

LF Jessica Cooley Briana Bell

RF Ashley Phillips Rachael Zdeb

CF Jessica Offutt Loryn Nichols

Assistant Coach Alan Reach

March 8, 1993

May 9, 1994

DP Chrissie Rovtar Logan Foulks

Heidi Shape Head Coach Vann Stuedeman

Sept. 22, 1991

Julia Echols

Sept. 23, 1993

Olivia Golden

Sept. 9, 1972

Assistant Coach Beth Mullins

Oct. 23, 1991

Shana Sherrod

Nov. 23, 1990

Erin Nesbit

Dec. 5, 1993

Jacey Punches

Dec. 10, 1991

Rachael Zdeb

Dec. 12, 1991

Briana Bell

SS Kayla Winkfield Erin Nesbit 3B Julia Echols Olivia Golden

2B Heidi Shape Swayze Hollenhead

P Alison Owen Stephanie Becker Kylie Vry Jacey Punches Shana Sherrod

1B Shelby Fisher Erika Gaul

C Sam Lenahan Logan Foulks

Bulldogs by Class Seniors (5): Stephanie Becker, Jessica Cooley, Shelby Fisher, Chrissie Rovtar, Kylie Vry Juniors (8): Logan Foulks, Sam Lenahan, Erin Nesbit (RS), Jessica Offutt, Alison Owen (RS), Heidi Shape, Shana Sherrod, Rachael Zdeb Sophomores (5): Briana Bell (RS), Julia Echols (RS), Erika Gaul, Swayze Hollenhead, Ashley Phillips Freshmen (4): Olivia Golden, Loryn Nichols, Jacey Punches, Kayla Winkfield

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COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH VANN STUEDEMAN Huntingdon College 1994 • Second Season

Coming off a “Vanntastic” inaugural season as the leader of the Mississippi State softball program that was highlighted by the program’s ninth appearance in the NCAA Tournament, Bulldog Head Coach Vann Stuedeman has already shown why she is one of the most talented young head coaches in collegiate softball. On Thursday, June 23, 2011, Mississippi State University and Director of Athletics Scott Stricklin announced Stuedeman as its new softball coach. Less than a year later, the Vestavia Hills, Ala., native became the winningest first-year head coach in school history (.579), guiding the Maroon and White to a 33-24 overall record. It was only appropriate Stuedeman, hailing from Alabama, opened the 2012 season with five-straight wins in the state, the first time in school history MSU had ever won five-straight games in Alabama. Known as a pitching genius in her previous 11 seasons as the pitching coach at the University of Alabama, Stuedeman made her biggest impact inside the circle. The skipper took a school-record high 4.90 ERA from 2011 and with the same exact group of five pitchers, almost cut the number in half to a much more respectable 2.88 ERA this past spring. In addition, using the same exact five pitchers from the 2011 season, Stuedeman helped the pitching staff improve in the following categories from 2011 to 2012: wins (24 to 33), complete games (12 to 20), no-hitters (zero to one), hits allowed (435 to 310), runs allowed (313 to 194), strikeouts (242 to 358), home runs allowed (50 to 27) and opponent batting average (.300 to .224). The Bulldogs shut out opponents five different times, including doing so on the road in SEC play for the first time in over four years. Individually, Stuedeman coached staff ace Stephanie Becker to a career year. Going up against eventual Women’s College World Series participant South Florida, Stuedeman called her 24th career no-hitter, with Becker giving up zero base knocks against the Bulls. Later on in the year, Becker became the first Bulldog pitcher since Stephanie Comeaux in 2006 to be named SEC Pitcher of the Week after picking up three conference victories in the series sweep vs. Kentucky. The Chicago native finished the weekend with a 2.15 ERA and an impressive 15-2 strikeout-to-walk ratio. In her last nine appearances of 2012, Stuedeman coached Becker to a perfect 4-0 record, a microscopic 0.55 ERA in 25.2 innings of work and an impressive 22-5 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Stuedeman also focused heavily on improving on the defensive front, increasing the Bulldogs’ fielding percentage from 2011 to 2012 by nine points (.954 to .963). In the outfield, MSU improved from a SEC-high 58 doubles allowed in 2011 to a much lower mark of 39 two-baggers given up. Overall, Stuedeman’s staff gave up only 154 earned runs in 2012, almost 100 less than the previous spring’s number of 250. From a historical standpoint, Stuedeman accomplished a great deal in her first spring at the helm of the MSU softball team. With Stuedeman taking MSU to its first NCAA Tournament since 2009, she became one of only two first-time head coaches to make the field of 64. With 33 overall wins, Stuedeman guided MSU to its first 30-win season since 2008, despite having the fourth-toughest strength of schedule in the nation. More than half (18) of the 33 victories were of the come-from-behind variety. Thirteen of the team’s 33 wins came in the month of April (13-2), making it the winningest April in school history. Starkville’s Team won 14 of its last 20 games to end the season, including a 12-game winning streak from April 10 - May 4, 2012. The stretch was the Bulldogs’ third-longest overall winning streak in school history and best since the 2006 team opened the season with a school-record 16-straight victories. In addition, she led the Bulldogs to their 12th SEC Tournament berth overall with 12 SEC wins, the most for MSU since 2008. Half of those wins came in sweeps against Kentucky in Starkville during Super Bulldog Weekend and Ole Miss in enemy territory. For the first time since 2001, MSU swept back-to-back three-game series and won sixconsecutive conference games. Two of those six wins were on national television, giving Stuedeman a perfect mark on the tube in the regular season. Outside the SEC, Stuedeman was dominant. Mississippi State won 21 nonconference games, its most since 2008 (28). State’s 13-straight non-conference triumphs was its longest streak since MSU won a school-record 16-consecutive contests to begin the 2006 season. In midweek games alone, MSU went a flawless 8-0 against out-ofleague foes. On the road, the 2012 Bulldogs broke the school record for true road wins in a season with their 13th road win at Auburn on May 4, 2012. State had two five-game road winning streaks, its longest road winning streaks since winning eight in a row from March 27 - April 19, 2001. The eight SEC road wins by MSU were the most since the Bulldogs won eight in 2001. In OUR state, Stuedeman shined the brightest. For the first time since 1998, the Maroon and White went undefeated (8-0) against teams from the state of Mississippi. The Bulldogs won a pair of games against SWAC foes Mississippi Valley State and Jackson State, shut out Southern Miss in Hattiesburg and swept rival Ole Miss in Oxford for just the third time in school history.

With late innings being her innings, the fifth head softball coach in school history made sure her team played the best when it counted most, outscoring opponents 64-31 after the fifth inning. State went 9-7 in one-run games, its best winning percentage in one-run games since 2002. Three of those nine wins came in a row, marking the first time since a 2007 series sweep of South Carolina where the Bulldogs won three-straight games by just one run. The Bulldogs never choked, finishing 21-0 when leading after the fifth frame. Of course, Stuedeman preferred not to keep it close, as MSU’s eight runrule victories were the program’s most since the 2008 team tallied 13 game-shortened triumphs. From an offensive standpoint, Stuedeman oversaw a lineup that set the school record for single-season walks (202), while finishing in the top 10 in runs, home runs, slugging percentage and stolen bases. On the base paths, MSU was 22nd in the country in stolen bases per game (1.61). As a result of the offensive production, Stuedeman coached MSU’s first SEC Player of the Week since 2010, two SEC Player of the Weeks in the same season for the first time since 2004 and only the second National Player of the Week in school history. Prior to her arrival in Starkville, Stuedeman helped the Alabama Crimson Tide claim three Southeastern Conference regular-season titles en route to reaching the Women’s College World Series six times. As an assistant coach since 2001, Stuedeman helped the Tide go 579-150 from 2001-11 (.794), including a sparkling 243-70 record inside the notoriously tough SEC. Stuedeman anchored a staff that had an earned run average under two in eight of her 11 campaigns, struck out an average of 485 batters per season and held opponents scoreless in 221 games. The 2011 staff led the SEC in ERA, giving Stuedeman’s staff a top20 ERA nationally in five of the previous six seasons before she left Alabama. In the seven seasons before her arrival at State, Stuedeman coached an All-American pitcher, with her tenure in Tuscaloosa producing a total of six All-American pitchers with 11 All-America and All-SEC honors. Under her instruction, Tide pitchers registered a whopping 23 no hitters, including three perfect games. Three times during her stay 90 miles east of Starkville, Stuedeman coached the SEC Pitcher of the Year, while racking up 19 SEC Pitcher of the Week honors. In addition to the aforementioned accolades, the first-year head coach also coached two SEC Freshman of the Year and one SEC Tournament Most Valuable Player. In 2011, Stuedeman tutored a pitching staff that finished with a 1.69 ERA, a 53-10 record and a third-place finish at the Women’s College World Series. The staff included a pair of All-American pitchers in senior Kelsi Dunne and freshman Jackie Traina. Dunne, a volunteer assistant coach at Mississippi State in 2012, capped off her stellar career with a 29-5 record and a 1.42 ERA. The right-hander struck out 331 batters and held opponents to a school-record .146 average. Dunne also tossed three no-hitters and posted 11 shutouts. Traina posted a 19-5 record with a 1.70 ERA, adding 190 strikeouts in 156.1 innings. She also threw two no-hitters and three shutouts while collecting four saves. Prior to joining Alabama, Stuedeman coached at West Alabama, Alabama-Huntsville and East Limestone High School. A native of Birmingham, she’s a 1994 graduate of Huntingdon College, where she was an important member in the Hawks’ two thirdplace finishes at the national tournament (1992 and 1994). The 1994 All-American was inducted into her alma mater’s Hall of Fame on Oct. 8, 2011. Stuedeman served as a graduate assistant at the University of West Alabama from 1995-96 while earning her master’s degree in elementary education, helping lead the

The Vann Stuedeman File:

Birthdate: Sept. 11, 1972 in Birmingham, Ala. Hometown: Vestavia Hills, Ala. Education: Bachelor of Accounting, Huntingdon College, 1994 Master’s in Elementary Education, West Alabama, 1996 Hired as Head Coach: June 23, 2011

Coaching Career:

Graduate Assistant, West Alabama, 1995-96 Assistant Coach, Alabama-Huntsville, 1997-99 Head Coach, East Limestone County High School, 1999-2000 Assistant Coach, Alabama, 2000-11 Head Coach, Mississippi State, 2011-Present

Playing Career:

Vestavia Hills High School, 1986-90 Huntington College, 1991-94

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COACHING STAFF Stuedeman Stats In day games..........................................................................................................................................19-16 In night games.........................................................................................................................................14-8 In extra innings........................................................................................................................................... 2-1 Vs. left-handed starter............................................................................................................................ 4-5 Vs. right-handed starter...................................................................................................................29-19 When starter receives decision....................................................................................................25-18 When reliever receives decision....................................................................................................... 8-6 When starter goes 5+ innings.........................................................................................................24-7 When starter goes <5 innings.........................................................................................................9-17 When scoring first...................................................................................................................................17-4 When opponent scores first..........................................................................................................16-20 When leading after 5 innings..........................................................................................................21-0 When trailing after 5 innings...........................................................................................................4-18 When tied after 5 innings.................................................................................................................... 3-3 When leading after 6 innings..........................................................................................................19-0 When trailing after 6 innings...........................................................................................................1-19 When tied after 6 innings.................................................................................................................... 5-2 Vs. ranked opponents..........................................................................................................................2-13 Vs. Top-10 opponents............................................................................................................................ 1-7 In one-run games..................................................................................................................................... 9-7 In two-run games..................................................................................................................................... 5-5 Walk-off Wins............................................................................................................................................... 3-0 Coming from behind...........................................................................................................................18-0 On TV................................................................................................................................................................ 2-1 When scoring 0-3 runs........................................................................................................................8-20 When scoring 4-7 runs........................................................................................................................12-4 When scoring 8-10 runs........................................................................................................................ 8-0 When scoring 11+ runs......................................................................................................................... 5-0 When opponent scores 3 runs or less........................................................................................29-8 When opponent scores 4 runs or more....................................................................................4-16 When collecting 1-3 hits....................................................................................................................... 2-5 When collecting 4-6 hits.....................................................................................................................8-12 When collecting 7-9 hits.....................................................................................................................14-5 When collecting 10-12 hits................................................................................................................. 5-2 When collecting 13+ hits..................................................................................................................... 4-0 When out-hitting opponent............................................................................................................26-9 When out-hit by opponent..............................................................................................................3-12 When hits are equal................................................................................................................................ 4-3 When hitting a home run..................................................................................................................16-5 When opponent hits a home run.................................................................................................13-9 When errorless.........................................................................................................................................15-8 When committing one error.............................................................................................................. 9-9 When committing 2+ errors.............................................................................................................. 9-7 When opponent is errorless.............................................................................................................7-10 Vs. SEC.........................................................................................................................................................12-16 Vs. SEC East................................................................................................................................................... 6-7 Vs. SEC West................................................................................................................................................. 6-9 Vs. Non-Conference...............................................................................................................................21-8 Game 1 of weekend series.................................................................................................................. 5-3 Game 2 of weekend series.................................................................................................................. 3-5 Game 3 of weekend series.................................................................................................................. 2-6 SEC Tournament........................................................................................................................................ 0-1 NCAA Tournament................................................................................................................................... 0-2

DAYS OF THE WEEK

Monday.......................................................................................................................................................... 0-0 Tuesday........................................................................................................................................................... 6-0 Wednesday................................................................................................................................................... 3-2 Thursday........................................................................................................................................................ 1-2 Friday................................................................................................................................................................ 9-7 Saturday......................................................................................................................................................... 8-7 Sunday............................................................................................................................................................ 6-6

MONTHS OF THE YEAR

In February.................................................................................................................................................... 9-5 In March.....................................................................................................................................................10-12 In April...........................................................................................................................................................13-2 In May.............................................................................................................................................................. 1-5 In June............................................................................................................................................................. 0-0

UNIFORMS

In Maroon Tops.......................................................................................................................................... 6-5 In White Tops..........................................................................................................................................12-10 In Black Tops...............................................................................................................................................12-7 In Gray Tops.................................................................................................................................................. 3-2

team to the Gulf South Conference championship in 1995 while the team’s head coach was away from the team on maternity leave. The championship was the first in the ‘90s for the West Alabama program and the first winning season of the decade as well. After spending two seasons at UWA, Stuedeman went to the University of Alabama-Huntsville for the next three years as an assistant coach for her sister, Les Stuedeman. Her main priority was working with the pitchers and outfielders. During her entire stint there, the UAH pitching staff ranked in the top five in Division II in ERA. She helped lead the program to two Gulf South Conference championships, three NCAA Regional appearances and a trip to the 1999 Division II National Tournament. She was also a part of the staff that was named South Region Coaching Staff of the Year in 1999. She then accepted the head coaching position at East Limestone High School, in Athens, Ala., where she led the team to its first winning season since 1994.

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTALS

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Stuedeman’s Last 12 Seasons as a College Coach (2001-2012) Record 50-11 46-21 49-21 45-20 63-15 54-11 55-10 58-8 54-11 52-11 53-11 33-24 612-174

ERA 1.35 2.19 1.85 2.11 1.55 1.13 1.67 1.56 1.68 2.43 1.69 2.88

Pct. .820 .687 .700 .692 .808 .831 .846 .879 .831 .825 .828 .579 .779

SEC 24-6 22-8 22-8 18-12 23-7 25-4 21-6 25-3 21-6 23-4 19-6 12-16 243-70

Finish NCAA Tourney 2nd 2-2 at Regional 2nd 0-2 at Regional 2nd 4-0 at Regional, 0-2 at WCWS 5th 3-2 at Regional 2nd 3-0 at Regional, 2-0 at SR, 1-2 at WCWS 1st 3-0 at Regional, 2-0 at SR, 0-2 at WCWS 3rd 4-1 at Regional, 0-2 at SR 2nd 3-0 at Regional, 2-0 at SR, 2-2 at WCWS 2nd 3-0 at Regional, 2-0 at SR, 2-2 at WCWS 1st 3-0 at Regional, 1-2 at SR 1st 3-0 at Regional, 2-1 at SR 2-2 at WCWS T-7th 0-2 at Regional .776 12 Appearances (6 WCWS), 49-26 (.653)

Stuedeman’s Pitching Staffs (2001-2012)

K 364 489 455 487 607 578 386 461 424 533 556 358

K/7 6.13 7.60 6.69 7.79 8.12 9.20 6.52 7.56 7.26 9.20 9.41 6.70

IP 415.1 450.1 476.1 437.1 523.1 440.0 414.2 427.0 408.2 405.2 413.1 374.0

BB 80 112 152 125 142 87 116 126 139 129 128 184

K/BB 4.55 4.37 2.99 3.90 4.27 6.64 3.33 3.66 3.05 4.13 4.34 1.95

Opp. BA .203 .236 .236 .205 .200 .174 .222 .184 .201 .208 .173 .224

Shutouts 25 17 12 18 22 24 23 23 26 9 22 5

No-Hitters 1 0 0 4 0 5 1 2 5 0 5 1

NFCA All-American Pitchers Under Stuedeman (6 Pitchers, 11 honors)

Name Shelley Laird Stephanie Vanbrakle Stephanie Vanbrakle Chrissy Owens Kelsi Dunne Charlotte Morgan Kelsi Dunne Charlotte Morgan Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne Jackie Traina

Years 2001 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2011 2011

Team Second Second Second Third Third First First First Third First First

W-L 32-7 34-7 28-6 24-5 26-6 18-2 28-5 18-6 30-6 29-5 19-5

ERA 1.06 1.34 1.19 1.30 1.44 1.27 1.63 1.80 1.97 1.42 1.70

K 242 341 345 144 275 69 258 124 355 331 190

Vann’s Pitchers By the Numbers

226.............................................................................................................................................................................Shutouts 24 . ...........................................................................................................................................................................No Hitters 20 . ..............................................................................................................................................SEC Pitchers of the Week 14 . ..............................................................................................................................................All-South Region Honors 11 . ........................................................................................................................................................ All-America Honors 11 . ................................................................................................................................................................. All-SEC Honors 5........................................................................................................................................... National Players of the Week 3 .................................................................................................................................................... SEC Pitchers of the Year 3....................................................................................................................................................................... Perfect Games 2..................................................................................................................................................SEC Freshman of the Year 1 ........................................................................................................................................................SEC Tournament MVP

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COACHING STAFF STAFF COACHING ASSISTANT COACH BETH MULLINS

Beth Mullins is in her second season with the Bulldog softball program after serving as an assistant coach at Western Kentucky in 2011. She had previously been an assistant coach at UAB and Georgia Southern. The Fairhope, Ala., native primarily coaches the outfielders, but along with Assistant Coach Alan Reach, also serves as the hitting coach. In addition, Mullins handles the organization and execution of MSU Softball Clinics as well as aids in the recruiting process. In her first season as an assistant coach in the Southeastern Conference, Mullins developed left fielder Jessica Cooley into one of the most feared power hitters in the conference. Having hit two home runs with a career .202 average in 95 games entering her junior season, Cooley thrived under Mullins’ coaching, knocking out a team-best 15 home runs (T-4th in SEC, third in school history) with a .310 clip at the dish. With Mullins’ tutoring, Cooley was named a Third-Team All-American by CollegeSportsMadness.com, becoming MSU’s sixth All-American. In addition to her extra work in the cage with Mullins in late February, Cooley was named SEC Softball Player of the Week on March 5, 2012, and USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week on March 6, 2012. The league honor was MSU’s first in over a year and the national accolade was the Bulldogs’ second in school history. Mullins’ first season in Starkville also coincided with the meteoric rise of center fielder Jessica Offutt. After hitting .154 with four hits and five stolen bases in three starts (35 games played) in her debut campaign in 2011, Offutt started all 57 games in 2012, raking at a .268 clip with 42 hits and a team-best 17 stolen bases. With Mullins working on her jump off time on the base paths, Offutt became the first player in school history with a flawless stolen-base percentage (17-of-17) with a minimum of 15 attempts. Offutt was not the only one who reaped the benefits of Mullins and her base-running teachings, as MSU finished 22nd nationally in 2012 in stolen bases per game (1.61) As a whole, the Bulldogs’ offense improved under the tutelage of Mullins in seven different major statistical categories: batting average (.262 to .274), runs scored (233 to 254), hits (372 to 397), walks (182 to 202), strikeouts (351 to 282), on-base percentage (.357 to .383) and stolen bases (48 to 92). With an advanced two-strike approach and a more disciplined approach at the plate, Mullins guided hitters to a school record in walks and walks per game (3.54). Historically, the 2012 offense finished in the single-season top 10 in school history in runs, home runs, slugging percentage and stolen bases. Defensively, Mullins coached with Vann Stuedeman’s “Gotta Be Caught” mentality. As a result, MSU improved from an SEC-high 58 doubles allowed in 2011 to a much lower mark of 39 two-baggers given up in 2012. Fielding also improved dramatically, increasing the Bulldogs’ fielding percentage from 2011 to 2012 by nine points (.954 to .963). Overall, the defense gave up only 154 earned runs in 2012, almost 100 less than the previous spring’s number of 250. Prior to her arrival in Starkville, Mullins tutored the 2011 Western Kentucky squad to the highest batting average in school history (.279). The Lady Toppers also set singleseason records for triples (14), RBIs (221) and slugging percentage (.419). Mullins made the move to WKU following a three-year stint at her alma mater, UAB. In her final season with the Blazers in 2010, the team broke 15 individual and team offensive records while leading the program to its first NCAA Regional appearance. The group also topped Conference USA in six offensive categories. Under her watch in Birmingham, UAB improved in team batting average, doubles, triples, RBIs and runs scored each season. Mullins returned to her old playing field after a two-year stop as an assistant coach at Georgia Southern. During that stint, she helped the Eagles to a Southern Conference Tournament title and the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance. In 2006, she tutored SoCon Player of the Year Shanita Black, who broke 12 school records en route to earning conference tournament Most Outstanding Player and AllSoutheast Region accolades. A starter for the Blazers from 2001-04, Mullins was named to the Conference USA AllFreshman team her first year in Birmingham. As a sophomore in 2002, she led the team in RBIs (31) and walks (17) as the Blazers won a program-best 39 games. During her junior campaign in 2003, Mullins led the team in home runs (five) and walks (16). As a senior, the right-handed hitter was named All-Conference USA after anchoring the squad in batting average (.311), hitting (51), on-base percentage (.379), RBIs (27) and home runs (5). The future coach posted at least 20 wins all four seasons as a player at UAB, finishing her career ranked in several top-10 categories in school history, including: RBIs (fourth), home runs (fifth), total bases (fifth), hits (sixth), doubles (sixth) and walks (seventh).

UAB 2004 • Second Season Offensive Improvements Under Mullins and Reach In 2012 Category 2011 2012 Batting Average .262 .274 Runs Scored 233 254 Hits 372 397 Walks 182 202* Strikeouts 351 282 On-Base Percentage .357 .383 Stolen Bases 48 92 Defensive Improvements Under Mullins and Reach In 2012 Category 2011 2012 Errors 71 56 Fielding Percentage .954 .963 Doubles Allowed 58 39 Double Plays Turned 2 3 * Denotes School Record

The Beth Mullins File:

Birthdate: Sept. 29, 1982 Hometown: Fairhope, Ala. Education: Bachelor of Political Science, UAB, 2004 Hired as Assistant Coach: July 7, 2011

Coaching Career:

Volunteer Assistant Coach, UAB, 2004-05 Assistant Coach, Georgia Southern, 2005-07 Assistant Coach, UAB, 2007-10 Assistant Coach, Western Kentucky, 2010-11 Assistant Coach, Mississippi State, 2011-Present

Playing Career: Fairhope High School, 1996-2000 UAB, 2000-04

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Alabama 2002 • Second Season Alan Reach is in his second season with the Bulldog softball program after serving as the head coach of Tuscaloosa County High School since the 2005-06 season. He had previously been an assistant coach at the University of Georgia during the 2004 season. The Pelham, Ala., native primarily coaches the infielders, but along with Assistant Coach Beth Mullins, also serves as the hitting coach. In addition, Reach is responsible for recruiting the west coast and the state of Texas, where three of the four freshmen in the 2012 class hail from. At the dish in his first year, Reach worked with and developed the talents of 2012 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-South Region First Team players Ka’ili Smith and Sam Lenahan, as well as 2012 CollegeSportsMadness.com All-SEC designated player Brittany Bell. With Reach’s consultation, Smith finished fifth in the SEC in on-base percentage (teamhigh .495) and walks (44, fifth in school history), as well as ranking ninth with a team-best .355 batting average and 11 doubles. Reach guided the “Hawaiian Hammer” to SEC Player of the Week honors on April 16, 2012, giving State its second weekly honor in the same season for the first time in eight seasons. At the end of the year, Smith was also named to the NCAA Eugene Regional All-Tournament team. Also under Reach’s guidance, Lenahan became the fourth Bulldog sophomore in the history of the program to be named to the NFCA All-South Region First Team. The Lawrenceville, Ga., native finished the 2012 campaign with an impressive .321 average, knocking out 54 hits, driving in 28 teammates, tapping the dish 26 times and collecting seven doubles. In her final year wearing the maroon and white, Bell used Reach’s words of wisdom en route to All-SEC honors, finishing sixth in the league in average (.368), fifth in slugging percentage (.651, ninth in school history), third in on-base percentage (.525, 16th nationally), 12th in runs scored (40), tied for fifth in triples (3) and 13th in total bases (99). Collectively, the Bulldogs’ offense improved thanks to the guidance of Reach in seven different major statistical categories: batting average (.262 to .274), runs scored (233 to 254), hits (372 to 397), walks (182 to 202), strikeouts (351 to 282), on-base percentage (.357 to .383) and stolen bases (48 to 92). With an in-depth two-strike plan and a better understanding of their approach at the plate, the Bulldogs set single-season school records for walks and walks per game (3.54). In MSU history, the 2012 lineup ended with single-season top-10 marks in runs, home runs, slugging percentage and stolen bases. In addition, MSU was 22nd in the country in stolen bases per game (1.61). Away from the batter’s box, Reach helped solidify the infield defense. Due to his coaching, the Maroon and White increased its fielding percentage from 2011 to 2012 by nine points (.954 to .963). Overall, the defense gave up only 154 earned runs in 2012, almost 100 less than the previous spring’s number of 250. Before putting on a Mississippi State cap, Reach coached the TCHS Wildcats to the area title and a fourth-place finish in the Class 6A State Tournament in 2011. Playing in Alabama’s largest classification, his squad advanced to the state tournament after taking runner-up accolades in the AHSAA North Central Regional Tournament. In 2009, the two-time West Alabama 6A Coach of the Year was named head coach of the AHSAA North All-Star Team after guiding TCHS to its second state tournament showing. The team also claimed region and area championships. Reach coached current Bulldog outfielder Jessica Offutt in the all-star game. Reach is no stranger to the SEC, as he served as an assistant coach for Georgia’s 2004 squad that went 55-17 and fell one win shy of advancing to the Women’s College World Series. Under his tutelage, the Bulldogs posted the third-highest batting average in the nation in 2004, with two players (Kim Wendland and Nicole Barber) claiming First-Team NFCA All-America and All-SEC accolades. A 2002 graduate of Alabama, Reach played middle infield for the Wallace Community College-Selma and Tennessee Wesleyan College baseball teams. Following graduation in Tuscaloosa, Reach returned to his high school alma mater, Pelham High, as an assistant coach from 2002-03. After spending the year at Georgia following the stint in his hometown, Reach coached at Central High School in Carrollton, Ga., from 2004-05. Reach and his wife Ann are the proud parents of their first child, Harper, born on Oct. 20, 2011.

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COACHING STAFF ASSISTANT COACH ALAN REACH Offensive Improvements Under Mullins and Reach In 2012 Category 2011 2012 Batting Average .262 .274 Runs Scored 233 254 Hits 372 397 Walks 182 202* Strikeouts 351 282 On-Base Percentage .357 .383 Stolen Bases 48 92 Defensive Improvements Under Mullins and Reach In 2012 Category 2011 2012 Errors 71 56 Fielding Percentage .954 .963 Doubles Allowed 58 39 Double Plays Turned 2 3 * Denotes School Record

The Alan Reach File:

Birthdate: March 6, 1978 in Birmingham, Ala. Hometown: Pelham, Ala. Education: Bachelor of Secondary Education and Language Arts, Alabama, 2002 Hired as Assistant Coach: June 30, 2011

Coaching Career:

Assistant Coach, Pelham High School, 2002-03 Assistant Coach, Georgia, 2003-04 Assistant Coach, Central High School, 2004-05 Head Coach, Tuscaloosa County High School, 2005-11 Assistant Coach, Mississippi State, 2011-Present

Playing Career:

Pelham High School, 1992-96 Wallace Community College, 1996-98 Tennessee Wesleyan College, 1998-2000

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CAREER: One of the most accomplished pitchers in school history … Ranks fourth all-time at MSU in strikeouts (292), sixth in appearances (103), sixth in strikeout ratio (5.35), eighth in games started (60), tied for eighth in victories (28) and ninth in innings pitched (382.1) … Expected to be one of the top pitchers in the SEC her senior campaign after finishing her junior season 4-0 with a 0.55 ERA and a 22-5 strikeout-to-walk ratio in her last nine appearances (eight starts) … One of two pitchers on the current staff to have thrown a no-hitter, throwing the 13th no-no in school history against eventual Women’s College World Series participant South Florida in February 2012 … The April 23, 2012 SEC Pitcher of the Week, the school’s first pitcher to earn a conference weekly honor since 2006. 2012: Rewrote the single-season school record book, finishing second all-time in games started (36), third in strikeouts (163), tied for sixth in appearances (43) and strikeout ratio (6.25), tied for seventh in wins (18), ninth in innings pitched (182.2) and 10th in winning percentage (.643) … Led the team in ERA, strikeouts and wins … Her innings pitched and strikeout totals were also second-most all-time by a MSU junior … Finished seventh in the SEC in wins, ninth in appearances and strikeouts and 12th in ERA and opponent batting average (.221) … Named to the 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll … Picked up the first win of the 21st season of Bulldog softball with her ninth-career complete game, only allowing two runs on seven hits with four strikeouts at South Alabama … Allowed just one earned run over 4.1 innings in a 9-6 victory against Memphis at the Mardi Gras Invitational … Improved to 2-0 after yielding just one run in 6.0 innings to go along with four strikeouts in the victory at Samford … Tallied her second complete-game win of the season against Mississippi Valley State with seven strikeouts and zero walks … Threw her first no-hitter against South Florida, becoming the first Bulldog to throw a no-no since February 2010 … The no-no was the first by a SEC pitcher in 2012 and the 24th no-hitter by a Vann Stuedeman-coached player … Her five-pitch fourth inning against USF was the quickest inning by an MSU pitcher in 2012 … Improved to 4-1 on the season in the win at Jackson State, giving up two runs on five hits in 5.0 innings, while striking out two and walking one … Contributed to an 8-0 shutout vs. Louisiana Tech by picking up the win in 4.0 innings of work … Went the distance in a five-inning run-rule shutout against Eastern Illinois, striking out seven batters and walking none … Picked up her seventh win of the season in the final game of the Bulldog Classic vs. Samford … Was named the only pitcher to the Bulldog Classic AllTournament Team after racking up a perfect 3-0 record during the weekend … Threw her fifth complete game of the season against No. 3 Florida, striking out eight and yielding just three hits … Returned in the nightcap of the doubleheader vs. the Gators, surrendering two runs in 5.0 innings of work to keep the Maroon and White in the game … Struck out a career-high 10 batters and gave up zero earned runs in a complete-game upset victory against No. 7 Georgia in the series opener … Went the distance for her ninth victory of the season in the SEC road opener at South Carolina … Picked up her 10th win of the season with a 6.1-inning performance at home vs. UAB … Started in the win at Mississippi Valley State, giving up one earned run and striking out six in six innings of work … Picked up State’s first win at Arkansas in four years with a complete-game three-hitter in game one of the doubleheader sweep on Good Friday, striking out six for her 11th win of the season … Tallied a complete-game victory at Ole Miss in game two of the series, becoming the first MSU pitcher ever to throw a one-hitter against the rival Rebels … Came back the next day and led MSU to a sweep over Ole Miss, picking up the win with 4.0 innings of work and two strikeouts … Struck out nine and walked none in a complete-game win vs. Kentucky in the series opener … Picked up the win again in game two vs. UK with 2.0 hitless innings in the nationally-televised contest … Completed the sweep of the Wildcats with five strikeouts in four innings of work to notch the win in the series finale … Was named SEC Pitcher of the Week on April 23 after going 3-0 with a 15-2 strikeout-to-walk ratio in the series vs. Kentucky … Threw her second shutout of the season in the victory at Southern Miss, going the distance for a complete-game fourhitter … Picked up her 18th win of the season in the series opener at Auburn, throwing five innings of one-hit ball … Started in game two at the Tigers, pitching a hitless first inning … Threw a scoreless 2.2 innings to start the series finale against Auburn to end the regular season … Earned the start against No. 3 Alabama in the SEC Tournament, throwing a scoreless first inning … Finished the 2012 regular season with a perfect 4-0 record and a microscopic 0.55 ERA in her last nine appearances (eight starts).

BECKER’S CAREER STATISTICS 10

2011: Made 32 appearances with 22 starts, going 7-11 with a 4.41 ERA and 87 strikeouts and 37 walks in 122.1 innings pitched … Named a 2011 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2011 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Tossed three innings in relief against No. 11 Washington, allowing four earned runs while striking out a pair … Notched a pair of wins in the home-opening Bulldog Round-Robin … Allowed two runs and six hits while striking out three over five innings to pick up the win against Louisiana Tech … K’d three in 1.1 perfect innings to defeat Southern Illinois … Collected her third win of the season as she allowed two runs and struck out a careerhigh five in 5.1 innings against Bowling Green … Allowed a run and one hit while striking out nine in a win against Alcorn State … Threw a four-hit, complete-game shutout in a 3-0 win that evened the weekend series against Ole Miss … Tossed 3.1 innings of perfect relief to earn the win at Mississippi Valley State … Drew the start in all three games against No. 4 Tennessee, going the distance in the series finale, holding UT scoreless over the final five innings to earn the win … Allowed a run and two hits over the final 2.2 innings to earn the save in State’s series-opening upset of No. 7 Georgia. 2010: Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll … Made 28 appearances for the Bulldogs, with the majority of her innings coming in a relief role … Tied for the most saves on the squad (two) and claimed three wins over 77.1 innings … Combined on two shutouts while striking out 42 … Earned her first collegiate save as she tossed two scoreless innings in the Bulldog Round-Robin championship game against UAB … Tossed 2.2 hitless innings against Louisiana-Monroe at the Aggie Classic in College Station, Texas, to collect her second save of the season … Held Maryland to three hits in relief at the NFCA Leadoff Classic to claim her first career win … Defeated Illinois State at the Leadoff Classic, allowing two unearned runs over five innings … Made her first start against Wright State on March 6 … Won the Bulldog Classic finale against Troy, allowing one hit over the final 1.1 innings … Hurled 2.1 scoreless innings in State’s series-opening win at South Carolina on April 17. PRE-COLLEGE: Enjoyed a four-year prep career at West Aurora High School in Aurora, Ill. … Played her final two seasons for Dave Zine after pitching under Donna Proctor’s tutelage her freshman and sophomore campaigns … Compiled 82 victories and 818 strikeouts during her career, both West Aurora records … Won at least 17 games each year and tallied 200-plus strikeouts her sophomore, junior and senior seasons … Named All-DuPage Valley Conference all four years, including unanimous first-team selections her last three years of high school … Selected Beacon News Player of the Year First Team and Daily Herald Softball Athlete of the Year First Team Captain following a senior year in which she won 12 games while compiling a 1.02 ERA and career-best 264 strikeouts … Voted to the Chicago Sun Times All-Area Team and the Chicago Tribune AllState Team following her final prep season … Named to the Chicago Sun Times Top 100 Softball Players to Watch twice and the Chicago Tribune list of top-50 players as a senior … Daily Herald All-Area First Team and Top-Five Pitcher as a junior … Claimed 2008 All-Area honors from the Beacon News after posting a 0.78 ERA with 200 strikeouts over 152.2 innings … Won 22 games as a sophomore, earning Beacon News Player of the Year and all-area honors from the Daily Herald after posting 221 strikeouts and a 0.13 ERA that ranks in the top-15 of the Illinois High School record books … A four-time DuPage Valley Conference Academic Scholar-Athlete … Named a Triple Crown 2007 All-America Pitcher and a 2007 adidas Futures Top-100 Recruit. PERSONAL: Born Stephanie Elizabeth Becker on April 27, 1991, in Aurora, Ill. … Daughter of Michael and Kim Becker … Majoring in elementary education … Owns a pet hedgehog named Gabe … Favorite childhood memory is the annual Becker Christmas Eve party.

CAREER HIGHS

Innings Pitched...................................................................... 7.0, 16x, last at Southern Miss, 4/2/12 Strikeouts................................................................................................................10 vs. Georgia, 3/9/12 Hits...................................................................................................................................10 vs. LSU, 4/29/11 Runs...................................................................................................................... 8 vs. Tennessee, 3/23/12 Earned Runs...................................................................................................... 7 vs. Tennessee, 3/23/12 Walks....................................................................................................................... 8 vs. Alabama, 3/30/12

Year

ERA

W-L

APP

GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

AB

B/AVG

WP

2010-Fr.

4.44

3-6

28

2

0

0/2

2

77.1

88

61

49

36

42

16

2

14

354

.290

8

HBP 6

2011-So.

4.41

7-11

32

22

8

1/1

1

122.1

144

95

77

37

87

17

4

21

559

.293

9

12

2012 - Jr.

2.49

18-10

43

36

12

2/1

0

182.2

149

86

65

64

163

23

5

13

675

.221

8

23

TOTALS

3.50

28-27

103

60

20

3/4

3

382.1

381

242

191

137

292

56

11

48

1699

.259

25

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PLAYER BIOS #21 BRIANA BELL

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RSo. • OF • 5-7 • R-R • 1L Brandon, Fla. (Riverview)

CAREER: A fiercely competitive outfielder who is looking to bounce back from a 2012 season that saw her redshirt due to injury … Expected to compete for heavy playing time in outfield during her redshirt sophomore season … Member of the 2011 AllSEC Freshman squad. 2012: A preseason All-SEC selection by CollegeSportsMadness.com who redshirted and missed the entire season due to injury. 2011: Named to the 2011 All-SEC Freshman Team after hitting .240 with 16 runs and 13 RBIs in 40 games (28 starts) … Also tallied three doubles, two home runs and eight walks … Scored a pair of runs as a pinch-runner in the Bulldog Round-Robin Tournament … Crossed home with State’s second run against Butler … Also scored a run in Sunday’s Bulldog Round-Robin championship game against Southern Illinois … Saw her first two collegiate at-bats in the Phyllis Rafter Memorial … Notched her first hit (a double) and drove in the first RBI of her career against Kennesaw State … Named to the Bulldog Classic All-Tournament Team after hitting .750 with a double, home run, two RBIs and a run scored in leading State to the tournament championship … Belted her first home run as a Bulldog, a pinch-hit shot, to seal State’s 7-3 upset of No. 22 Texas A&M … Collected two hits, including a double, and drove in a run as the Dogs clinched the Bulldog Classic title with a win against Mississippi Valley State … Tallied two hits and drove in a personal-best four runs in the Bulldogs’ second game against South Carolina … Went 2-for-2, stole a career-high two bases and scored twice against Alcorn State … Hit her second home run of the year in the fourth inning of an April 19 win against Mississippi Valley State … Tallied two hits, including the game-winning, two-run double, to lead MSU to a 3-2 upset of No. 4 Tennessee in the series finale in Knoxville … Collected a hit, reached on three errors and scored twice in the series-opening win at No. 7 Georgia … Drove in a run in the series finale at UGA. PRE-COLLEGE: Played high school softball for Riverview High School in Brandon, Fla. … Helped RHS to the Florida 6A Region Final as a junior … Earned All-Hillsborough County First Team, First-Team Western Conference and Miracle Sports Class 6A SecondTeam All-State honors following her junior season on the diamond … Hit .483 with 28 runs scored, 17 RBIs, seven doubles and a home run … Won the Poseidon Award threestraight years … Named the RHS Most Valuable Player her final two seasons … Closed 2009 with eight RBIs over the final five games for Angela Slater’s Riverview squad … Played travel softball for Walt Rosanski’s Tampa Mustangs … Hit .435 with 42 runs, 22 RBIs, six home runs and 22 stolen bases while helping the Mustangs to a 47-11 record and the 2009 national team championship in Las Vegas … Previously played for her father’s Mustangs’ squad, helping the team to ASA Nationals in Johnson City, Tenn., in 2006 … Earned three letters in golf and track & field for Riverview. PERSONAL: Born Briana Marie Bell on Dec. 12, 1991, in Tampa, Fla. … Daughter of Joe and Anne Bell … Has two sisters (Brittany and Bianka) and a brother, Joel … Brittany was a senior outfielder last season for the Dogs, while Bianka is a true freshman on the LSU softball team … Majoring in political science … Has been involved in the orchestra since she was in fifth grade … Hobbies include cooking, orchestra and French … Favorite movie is “Remember the Titans” and favorite actor is Will Smith … Loves going to theme parks in her spare time.

CAREER HIGHS

AB......................................................................................................................5 vs. Florida State, 3/11/11 R.......................................................................................................................2, 3x, last at Georgia 5/6/11 H...............................................................................................................2, 4x, last at Tennessee 4/23/11 RBI...................................................................................................................4 vs. South Carolina, 3/9/11 2B............................................................................................................1, 3x, last at Tennessee, 4/23/11 3B............................................................................................................................................................... None HR..................................................................................1, 2x, last vs. Mississippi Valley State, 4/19/11 BB...................................................................................................................1, 8x, last at Georgia, 5/8/11 SB.......................................................................................................................2 vs. Alcorn State, 3/29/11

BELL’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

2011-Fr.

.240

40-28

75

16

18

3

0

2

13

27

.360

8

6

23

.360

0

3

4-7

2

GW Runs 1

TOTALS

.240

40-28

75

16

18

3

0

2

13

27

.360

8

6

23

.360

0

3

4-7

2

1

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PLAYER BIOS #2 JESSICA COOLEY Sr. • OF • 5-7 • R-R • 3L

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Birmingham, Ala. (Oak Mountain)

CAREER: Named a 2012 CollegeSportsMadness.com Third-Team All-American … The only player in SEC history to record four multi-home run games in a single season … The second player in the history of MSU softball to be named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week … The March 5, 2012 SEC Player of the Week, MSU’s first weekly league honor since March 2010 … One of two players in school history with 10 total bases in a single game and four career multiple-home run games … Tied for fourth in school history in career home runs per game (0.11), tied for sixth with 17 career home runs and is ninth in career stolen base percentage (.810, 17-of-21).

run for the walk-off win again in game three vs. the Wildcats to secure the series sweep … Hit two home runs and knocked in four in the home win vs. Memphis … Tied career highs with two runs, two walks and two stolen bases in game one of the doubleheader sweep vs. Tennessee Tech … Came back in game two of the Senior Day sweep against the Golden Eagles to go 2-for-4 with an RBI single and a stolen base.

2012: Named a 2012 CollegeSportsMadness.com Third-Team All-American after playing in all 57 games (56 starts) … Recorded one of the best junior campaigns in school history, leading the team with 15 home runs (T-4th in SEC) and 41 RBIs (T-10th in SEC) … The 15 round-trippers were third in school history for a single season, while her 0.26 home runs per game tied her for second … Her .614 slugging percentage ranked 10th in the SEC and fourth by a junior all-time at MSU … Also placed third by a MSU junior all-time in RBIs, fourth in total bases (97) and fourth in walks … On March 6, was named the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week and the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week … Became the second player in school history to receive the national accolade, joining two-time All-American and SEC Player of the Year Iyhia McMichael (Feb. 24, 2004) … Was the first Bulldog to earn the conference honor since All-American Chelsea Bramlett picked up the nod on March 1, 2010 …Tied the singlegame school records for home runs and total bases … Named a 2012 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Tallied 14 multiple-hit games and a team-best nine multiple-RBI games … Opened the 2012 season and the Mardi Gras Invitational going 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in the 7-2 win at South Alabama … Hit a clutch two-run home run to power the Dogs past Lipscomb, 3-1 … Scored two runs and earned two walks in a 8-1 victory against Jacksonville State … Went 2-for-3 with a solo home run in a 6-3 victory against Samford in her hometown of Birmingham … Was named to the Bulldog Round-Robin All-Tournament Team for her performance Feb. 17-19 … Drove in a run on one hit versus DePaul in the same tournament … Totaled a career-high five RBIs to go along with a career-best tying two hits and two runs in an 11-2 victory at Jackson State … Hit a 299-foot home run that landed on Highway 182 in MSU’s Bulldog Classic opener vs. Columbia, where she finished 1-for2 with two runs, a walk and an RBI … Came back the next day against Columbia and pounded out a career-high two home runs, becoming the ninth player in school history to record a pair of dingers in one game … Also tallied a career best three hits … In the second game of MSU’s doubleheader sweep on March 3rd, hit her third home run of the day as part of a 2-for-3, two-RBI performance … Registered her first career grand slam while in the process providing the game-winning RBI and run in the win over Samford on the final day of the Bulldog Classic, which ended with her earning Bulldog Classic MVP honors … Finished the week of Feb. 27 - March 4 with a .526 average (10-for-19), 17 RBIs and eight runs, while hitting five home runs in six games after hitting five total in her previous 108 career contests … Stole a career-high two bases and scored twice on a walk and a single in the series-opening home win vs. No. 7 Georgia … Drew a careerhigh tying two walks in the SEC road-opening win at South Carolina … Came back in the second game of the doubleheader sweep and went 2-for-3 with a walk, stolen base and her ninth home run of the season … Went 1-for-4 with an RBI and a run in the series opener at LSU … Stole a base for the second-straight game in the win vs. UAB at home, finishing 1-for-3 with a walk and the game-winning run scored … Registered two hits and an RBI in the series opener at home vs. No. 2 Alabama … Finished the series with Alabama with a career-high tying two walks and a single … Drove in the game-winning run at Arkansas in game one of the doubleheader sweep on Good Friday … Returned in game two to notch her first double of the season, registering an RBI and a run scored … Connected on two solo home runs in the series finale at Arkansas … Returned home three days later to hit two more dingers vs. Jackson State, becoming the first player in school history to tally a pair of home runs in back-to-back games … Finished a perfect 3-for-3 in the run-rule victory against the Lady Tigers with four RBIs, one double and two runs scored … Tallied an RBI single, run and a walk in the series-opening win at rival Ole Miss … Finished the weekend sweep at Ole Miss by scoring the game-winning run in game three … Earned a career-high tying two walks and scored once in the seriesopening win vs. Kentucky … Came back the next day to score the game-winning run in walk-off fashion in the nationally-televised win against UK … Scored the game-winning

COOLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS 12

2011: Hit .200 in 51 games (46 starts) with 11 RBIs, 11 runs, 11 walks, three doubles, three triples and a stolen base … Named to the 2011 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll … Doubled and drove in a run against No. 11 Washington … Hit her second double of the season before scoring the winning run in State’s Bulldog Round-Robin opener against Louisiana Tech … Had a season-high two RBI in game two of State’s series sweep against South Carolina … Drove in a run and scored once in State’s 8-7 win against Florida State … Tallied two hits and scored twice in MSU’s doubleheader sweep against Alcorn State … Hit a two-RBI double to cap a four-run first inning in State’s seriesclinching win against Ole Miss … Collected a hit and scored a run in each of the last two games against Auburn … Went 2-for-3 with a triple in a road victory at Mississippi Valley State … Tripled home the tying run before scoring the winning run … Hit .364 with a triple, home run and two RBIs in a three-game series against LSU, going 2-for-4 with a triple in the opener and coming back in game two and belting her first home run of the season. 2010: Played in 44 games during her freshman season, starting 24 games in the outfield … Capped her rookie season by being named Freshman All-SEC … Also earned a place on the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll … Hit .204, collecting 19 hits and adding four doubles, a triple and a home run … Drove in 11 runs and scored 13 times … Contributed the game-winning RBI twice and scored the clincher once … Earned her first career start against Georgetown on March 13 … Hit her first home run, one of MSU’s school-record five grand slams, to cap a 2-for-4, four-RBI effort at Mississippi Valley State on March 24 … Went 1-for-3 and drove in two runs in the second game of a three-game series at Arkansas … Matched her season high with two hits in the series finale with No. 11 Georgia on April 13 … Also tied a season high with two hits, including her first career triple, in the second game of a three-game series at South Carolina on April 17. PRE-COLLEGE: Compiled a stellar prep career under Danny Dubose at Oak Mountain High School … Earned multiple all-state, all-county, all-area and Over The Mountain team accolades during her varsity softball career … Selected the Shelby County Hitter of the Year and Class 6A All-State as a senior after compiling a .397 batting average … Earned all-area and all-county honors following a 2008 campaign that saw Oak Mountain finish in second place in the area tournament … Played travel ball for the Birmingham Skyhawks with current teammate Shana Sherrod … Claimed the NSA championship and took second in the Florida World Series … Also enjoyed a stellar volleyball career for Oak Mountain, earning all-county accolades her final two seasons. PERSONAL: Born Jessica Ashley Cooley on April 25, 1991, in Birmingham, Ala. … Daughter of Mark and Candy Cooley … Has two sisters, Lindsay Gornto and Katie, an outfielder for the Bulldogs from 2004-07 … Majoring in marketing … Enjoys playing Call of Duty on Playstation 3 with teammate Shana Sherrod … Favorite childhood memory is getting snowed in at her grandmother’s house and Santa still being able to find her … Claims “Selena” is her favorite movie and Jennifer Lopez is her favorite actress.

CAREER HIGHS

AB............................................................................................................................... 5 at Ole Miss, 4/15/12 R.................................................................................................2, 10x, last vs. Tennessee Tech, 4/28/12 H...................................................................................................... 3, 2x, last vs. Jackson State, 4/10/12 RBI................................................................................................................5, 2x, last vs. Samford, 3/4/12 2B.................................................................................................... 1, 6x, last vs. Jackson State, 4/10/12 3B.....................................................................................................................1 at South Carolina, 4/1/10 HR............................................................................................................ 2, 4x, last vs. Memphis, 4/24/12 BB................................................................................................ 2, 6x, last vs. Tennessee Tech, 4/28/12 SB................................................................................................ 2, 2x, last vs. Tennessee Tech, 4/28/12

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

GW Runs

2010-Fr.

.204

44-24

93

13

19

4

1

1

11

28

.301

7

1

27

.265

1

0

2-2

2

1

2011-So.

.200

51-46

125

11

25

3

3

1

11

37

.296

11

1

40

.270

0

3

1-1

0

1

2012-Jr.

.310

57-56

158

37

49

3

0

15

41

97

.614

28

2

41

.420

0

4

14-18

5

6

TOTALS

.247

152-126

376

61

93

10

4

17

63

162

.431

46

4

108

.335

1

7

17-21

7

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PLAYER BIOS #6 JULIA ECHOLS

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RSo. • INF • 5-6 • R-R • TR McDonough, Ga. (University of Georgia)

CAREER: Redshirt sophomore transfer from the University of Georgia who is expected to compete for the starting job at third base entering the spring of 2013 … Sat out the 2012 season for Mississippi State due to SEC transfer rules … First three hits of her collegiate career were home runs … Posted a perfect 4.0 grade-point average in the fall of 2012 after being named a NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete in the spring of 2012. 2012: In her first year in Starkville, sat out the season due to SEC transfer rules … Named a NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete with a perfect 4.0 grade-point average. 2011 (AT GEORGIA): Appeared in 33 games, making 13 starts … Hit .268 in 41 at-bats with 11 hits, 12 runs, three home runs and nine RBIs … First three collegiate hits were all home runs … Made her collegiate debut as a pinch hitter in the 8-1 home win against Iowa, playing right field in the second game of the season on Feb. 12 … Made her first collegiate start in the 8-2 triumph at home vs. Maryland on Feb. 13, finishing 1-for-3 with the first home run of her career, a solo shot … Starting as the designated player, cranked a home run vs. Marshall on Feb. 19, tallying a career-best three RBIs … Also drew a walk against the Thundering Herd in the 12-2 home victory … Registered a pinch-hit solo home run and a base on balls in the 4-3 comeback home victory over Chattanooga on March 6, her third long shot of the season … Recorded her first career stolen base at home vs. LSU on March 11 … Crossed home plate a career-high two times against the Tigers two days later on March 13 … In game one of the doubleheader sweep vs. UNC-Wilmington on March 31, finished 2-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored … Started game two of the sweep at second base, walking twice and scoring once … Notched an RBI single vs. Georgia Southern on April 20 in a career-high tying three atbats. PRE-COLLEGE: Four-year letterwinner at Eagles Landing Christian Academy, where she helped lead the Lady Chargers to four-straight GHSA Class A State Championships and a record of 135-19-2 … Earned All-State First Team honors all four years and was named a Wendy’s Heisman scholarship winner for the state of Georgia … Completed her career ranked in the top-five in the state for hits, doubles, triples, home runs and RBIs … As a senior, hit .520 with a slugging percentage of .940 to produce 45 runs, while also scoring 39 runs and stealing 12 bases en route to being named the Class A and Southern Crescent Player of the Year … Was also selected as a Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star and was the only player on either team in the series from a Class A school … As a junior, tabbed the Region 5A Defensive and Co-Offensive Player of the Year … As a sophomore, earned her first Region 5A Defensive Player of the Year honor … Started playing travel softball in 2001 and went on to play for the Georgia Impact and East Cobb Bullets … Participated in basketball all four years and soccer for two seasons at ECLA … Led the Chargers in scoring as a shooting guard in her first three seasons, earning First-Team All-Region honors twice and was tabbed a Second-Team All-State selection as a junior … Also played goalie in soccer in first two seasons at ECLA, earning First-Team All-Area accolades as a freshman … Graduated as Valedictorian … Member of the Beta Club, Student Leadership Institute and Student Council. PERSONAL: Born Julia Anne Echols on Sept. 22, 1991, in Atlanta, Ga. … Daughter of Lee and Kim Echols … Has a brother, Taylor … Favorite color is purple … Favorite food is Golden Grahams cereal … Majoring in accounting.

CAREER HIGHS

AB............................................................................................3, 5x, last vs. Georgia Southern, 4/20/11 R.......................................................................................................................................... 2 vs. LSU, 3/13/11 H...............................................................................................................2 vs. UNC-Wilmington, 3/31/11 RBI.............................................................................................................................3 vs. Marshall, 2/19/11 2B............................................................................................................................................................... None 3B............................................................................................................................................................... None HR....................................................................................................... 1, 3x, last vs. Chattanooga, 3/6/11 BB.............................................................................................2, 2x, last vs. UNC-Wilmington, 3/31/11 SB....................................................................................................................................... 1 vs. LSU, 3/11/11

ECHOLS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

2011-Fr.

.268

33-13

41

12

11

0

0

3

9

20

.488

14

3

12

.483

0

2

1-1

1

GW Runs 1

TOTALS

.268

33-13

41

12

11

0

0

3

9

20

.488

14

3

12

.483

0

2

1-1

1

1

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PLAYER BIOS #14 SHELBY FISHER Sr. • 1B/OF • 5-7 • L-L • 3L

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Scottsdale, Ariz. (Horizon)

CAREER: An experienced veteran who nearly doubled her career start total in 2012 with 52 starts … Expected to be the starting first baseman to start 2013 after an incredible fall 2012 exhibition season … Tied with Sam Lenahan for the longest career hitting streak (eight games) of any Bulldog on the 2013 roster … Started eight of the first nine games of her junior campaign in left field before starting at first for 42 games the rest of the season … Tallied career highs in nearly every major offensive statistical category as a junior, including hits, runs, doubles, triples, home runs, RBIs, walks, slugging percentage and on-base percentage. 2012: Started all 52 games she appeared in (42 at first base and eight in left field) … Hit .194 with 26 hits in 134 at-bats, collecting 23 walks, 18 runs, 10 RBIs, three doubles, a triple and a home run … Named a 2012 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Registered a career-best eightgame hitting streak to start her junior campaign … Went 1-for-3 in consecutive victories against South Alabama and Lipscomb to start the season … Exploded for a career-high four RBIs, on two hits, including her first triple, and a career-best one steal in a 8-1 victory against Jacksonville State … Went 1-for-2 with a run and three walks in a 9-6 win against Memphis to close the Mardi Gras Invitational … Had one hit in four at-bats, including one run in a road triumph against Samford, 6-3 … Finished 1-for-2 with a run, hit and two walks in the opening game of the Bulldog Round-Robin against SIU-Edwardsville … Hit her first-career home run in the 5-0 win over SIU-E, finishing 1-for-3 with two RBIs … Ended the Bulldog Round-Robin going 1-for-2 with a run in the win over Mississippi Valley State … Was named to the Bulldog Round-Robin All-Tournament Team for her performance Feb. 17-19 … Tallied two walks against No. 17 Louisiana at the NFCA Leadoff Classic … Earned another walk in her only at-bat in a 5-3 victory against No. 20 Georgia Tech in Clearwater, Fla. … Went 1-for-3 against DePaul in the Sunshine State … Tallied one hit against No. 12 Michigan to close out the NFCA Leadoff Classic … Scored a run in the 11-2 win at Jackson State … Recorded an RBI single in the first Bulldog Classic triumph vs. Columbia … Scored a run in the victory against Louisiana Tech … Went 1-for-4 in the second win vs. Columbia … Went 1-for-3 with a double and a run in the shutout win against Eastern Illinois … Had a career day in the home win vs. Samford, registering career bests in at-bats (5), runs (2), hits (3) and doubles (1) … Totaled one hit, a walk and a run scored in the second game of a doubleheader vs. No. 3 Florida … Hit a single to center field in the series finale against No. 7 Georgia at home … Scored a career-high tying two runs off two walks in the SEC road-opening win at South Carolina … Drew two more base on balls and scored once in the second game of the doubleheader sweep against the Gamecocks … Recorded an RBI single in the series opener at LSU … Went 1-for-4 for the second-straight day in the second game of the series in Baton Rouge … Registered a single in the first two games against No. 12 Tennessee at home … Scored a run off a walk in the series opener at home vs. No. 2 Alabama … Drew another walk the next day against the Crimson Tide … Went 1-for-3 and was hit by a pitch in the series finale vs. Alabama … Finished 1-for-4 in the series-opening win at rival Ole Miss … Was hit by a pitch in the game two victory against the Rebels … Drove in a run in the seriesopening win vs. Kentucky … Earned a walk in the nationally-televised win in game two against the Wildcats … Walked three times in the Senior Day doubleheader vs. Tennessee Tech after being issued three free passes total in the previous 19 games … Broke out of an 0-for-17 slump with a base hit in the series finale at Auburn. 2011: Hit .213 in 44 games (25 starts) with 11 walks, six runs, six RBIs, and a pair of doubles and stolen bases … Named to the 2011 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll … Pinch hit in the season opener against Illinois-Chicago before starting the final four games of the weekend as the designated player … Had a hit in each of her starts, scoring a run in State’s Sportco Kickoff Classic-closing win against UIC … Hit her first-career double in the Bulldog Round-Robin championship game against Southern Illinois … Delivered a pinch-hit RBI in the second game of State’s series sweep of South Carolina … Had a hit and an RBI in game two at No. 2 Florida … Drew the bases-loaded walk to set up Chelsea Raines’ game-winning hit in the victory against Arkansas in the series finale … Went 4-for-7 in two games against Alcorn State … Drove in three runs with two hits in the opener before going 2-for-3 with an RBI in game two … Tallied a double as part of a second-straight two-hit game in the series opener against Ole Miss … Walked and scored a run in State’s 3-2 upset of No. 4 Tennessee on April 23.

FISHER’S CAREER STATISTICS 14

2010: Appeared in 15 games with five starts, going 2-for-20 (.100) with five walks, two runs and one driven in … Excelled in the classroom during her freshman year, earning NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll accolades … Played in 15 games as a rookie, starting in five games … Made three starts at first base and two at the designated player spot … Collected two hits while driving in a run and scoring twice … Was perfect in the field with 26 putouts … Drew her first career start against Illinois State on Feb. 28 in the NFCA Leadoff Classic … Tallied her first career hit in that game … Notched a hit, scored a run and drew two walks in her first SEC outing, State’s March 9 upset of No. 19 Tennessee … Added the first RBI of her career in a seven-run fourth inning against Mississippi Valley State on April 7 in Ridgeland, Miss. PRE-COLLEGE: Played varsity softball under head coach Blaize Gatti at Horizon High School in Scottsdale, Ariz. … Named All-Desert Valley Region three times during her varsity career and all-state twice … Contributed to Horizon teams that finished first in the region all four years … Claimed multiple player of the week awards … Helped advance Horizon to the state tournament three-straight years, including a final four appearance in 2008 … Led HHS to a 22-11 record and second-place league finish in 2009 … Finished her final prep season with a .443 batting average and 47 hits … Paced the Huskies in RBIs with 32 during the 2009 campaign … Selected “Best Female Athlete” at Horizon following her final prep season … Tallied a .411 batting average as a junior while helping the Huskies to the semifinals of the Class 5A Division II State Tournament … Contributed 30 hits in 2008, driving in 28 runs and scoring 19 more as HHS finished 27-7 overall and 8-0 in league play to claim a fourth-place state 5A ranking … Added six doubles and tied for the team’s triples lead with four on the year … Named Horizon’s Most Valuable Player her sophomore season after batting .387 with 34 RBIs and 20 runs while leading the Huskies to the Arizona 5A Division I State Tournament … Collected all-region accolades as a freshman after contributing 48 runs and a .301 batting average … Played summer ball for the Arizona Desert Thunder, helping the team to a ninth-place finish at the prestigious 2009 ASA Gold Nationals … Guided the Desert Thunder to the Rocky Mountain Gold Regional title … Competed for the Killer Bees in 2007, hitting .409 with 10 home runs and 61 RBIs to lead the team to a 55-14 record and a trip to the national tournament. PERSONAL: Born Shelby Suzanne Fisher on Aug. 4, 1990, in Phoenix, Ariz. … Daughter of Christopher and Nancy Fisher … Her mother, Nancy, is a Mississippi State alumnus … Has a brother, Jacob, and two sisters, Meagan and Kelsey … Majoring in international business … Favorite athletes are Steve Nash, Babe Ruth and Michael Jordan … Favorite food is her father’s steak.

CAREER HIGHS

AB................................................................................................................................ 5 vs. Samford, 3/4/12 R......................................................................................................2, 2x, last at South Carolina, 3/13/12 H.................................................................................................................................. 3 vs. Samford, 3/4/12 RBI...........................................................................................................4 vs. Jacksonville State, 2/11/12 2B.................................................................................................................1, 5x, last vs. Samford, 3/4/12 3B............................................................................................................1 vs. Jacksonville State, 2/11/12 HR..............................................................................................................1 vs. SIU-Edwardsville, 2/19/12 BB............................................................................................................................ 3 vs. Memphis, 2/12/12 SB............................................................................................1, 3x, last vs. Jacksonville State, 2/11/12

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

GW Runs

2010-Fr.

.100

15-5

20

2

2

0

0

0

1

2

.100

5

0

10

.280

0

0

0-0

0

0

2011-So.

.213

44-25

80

6

17

2

0

0

6

19

.238

11

1

30

.315

0

2

2-2

0

1

2012-Jr.

.194

52-52

134

18

26

3

1

1

10

34

.254

23

3

32

.325

0

3

1-1

1

2

TOTALS

.192

111-82

234

26

45

5

1

1

17

55

.235

39

4

72

.318

0

5

3-3

1

3


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PLAYER BIOS #7 LOGAN FOULKS

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Jr. • INF/C • 5-4 • R-R • TR Douglasville, Ga. (University of North Carolina)

CAREER: Enrolled at Mississippi State in January 2013, instantly becoming one of the biggest impact transfers in all of college softball this year … Transferred from the University of North Carolina, where she established herself as one of the top offensive threats in the Atlantic Coast Conference in her first two seasons … A career .302 hitter, with 42 percent of her career hits being for extra bases … Forty-eight percent of the powerful righty’s 33 career extra-base hits have been for home runs … Finished second in the ACC in 2012 with a .596 slugging percentage … Named to the 2011 All-ACC Tournament Team. 2012 (AT NORTH CARLINA): Started all 57 games she appeared in at catcher and third base … Hit .302 with 49 hits in 162 at-bats, including career highs with 12 home runs, 11 doubles, 28 runs and 37 RBIs, which ranked seventh in the ACC … Led the team with a .596 slugging percentage, ranking second in the ACC … Her dozen long balls and 96 total bases ranked second in the conference as well, while her 11 two-baggers tied for second in the league … Also drew 19 base on balls … Posted 309 putouts and 45 assists as a catcher … Went a perfect 3-for-3 with four RBIs, two runs, a double, home run and a walk in the second game of the season vs. Chattanooga Feb. 11 … Hit her second home run of the season to knock in two against UTEP on Feb. 17 … Belted out a careerbest four hits and three runs while driving in four in the first game of the doubleheader sweep vs. Longwood Feb. 22 … Registered two runs on two hits and a double vs. Notre Dame Feb. 25 … Tied a career high with five RBIs in a 2-for-4 performance in the win over Utah State March 9, which included a home run … Cranked out another home run two games later vs. East Carolina, driving in two … Finished 1-for-3 with a two-run home run at Virginia Tech March 18 … Recorded the same exact stat line March 28 vs. Campbell … Notched a career-high two home runs at Charlotte April 24 … Tied a career high with two walks vs. Boston College May 10 in the ACC Tournament … Went 1-for-4 in her NCAA Tournament debut vs. Georgia Southern in the NCAA Athens Regional on May 18. 2011 (AT NORTH CARLINA): Despite her first two semesters of college where she suffered from mononucleosis, bronchitis, pneumonia, a dislocated left shoulder and an eye injury that resulted in seven stitches, still hit .301 with 28 hits in 93 at-bats in 47 games (38 starts) for the Tar Heels … Knocked in 22 teammates thanks to six doubles and four home runs, while also scoring 15 times and walking a career-best 21 times … Her .441 on-base percentage as a freshman was top 10 in school history at UNC and led the Blue and White to the ACC Championship game and the best season in over a decade … Named to the 2011 All-ACC Tournament Team … Made 37 starts at shortstop with one start at third base … Registered her first career hit and run scored Feb. 12 against Buffalo … Tallied her first career walk Feb. 23 in game two of the doubleheader vs. UNC-Wilmington … Recorded her first-career RBI Feb. 25 vs. Georgetown to go along with a walk and a run scored … Had the best game of her debut campaign against Mississippi State in Tuscaloosa, Ala., March 12, knocking in a career-high five RBIs on a career-best two doubles, while scoring once and walking once … Uncorked her first career home run March 19 against Virginia Tech … Went 2-for-3 with a walk and an RBI vs. Campbell March 23 … Collected two hits, a run and an RBI April 2 in the series opener vs. Virginia … Cranked a home run and added four RBIs against UNC Greensboro April 13 … Finished 2-for-5 with three RBIs, two runs, a home run, a double and two walks in a doubleheader at Georgia Tech April 16 … Was a perfect 2-for-2 at the dish with two walks, two runs, and an RBI vs. Elon April 20 … Went 3-for-8 in the ACC Tournament with three RBIs, a run and a walk to earn All-ACC Tournament honors. PRE-COLLEGE: Recipient of the Wendy’s Heisman High School Award for the state of Georgia as a senior standout at Alexander High School in Douglasville, Ga. … Played travel ball with the Georgia Elite Gold squad … The four-time all-county selection set the Georgia Home Run Derby record with nine … Received the Bobby Bailey Award, given to outstanding women athletes … Also played basketball in high school. PERSONAL: Born Logan McKinley Foulks on Jan. 20th, 1992, in Douglasville, Ga. … Is the daughter of Steve and Christy Foulks … Has one brother … Started playing softball when she was three … Trained at an Atlanta-based softball facility with current teammates Heidi Shape and Sam Lenahan … Lists her biggest sports thrill as hitting her first home run on her high school varsity squad … Favorite movie is “Legally Blonde” and favorite TV shows are “Duck Dynasty,” “Golden Girls” and “The Nanny.”

FOULKS’ CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER HIGHS

AB......................................................................................... 4, 13x, last vs. Georgia Southern, 5/18/12 R............................................................................................................................ 3 vs. Longwood, 2/22/12 H........................................................................................................................... 4 vs. Longwood, 2/22/12 RBI............................................................................................................5, 2x, last vs. Utah State, 3/9/12 2B................................................................................................................2, 2x, last at Maryland, 5/7/11 3B............................................................................................................................................................... None HR............................................................................................................................. 2 at Charlotte, 4/24/12 BB................................................................................................. 2, 4x, last at Boston College, 5/10/12 SB............................................................................................................................................................... None

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

2011-Fr.

.301

47-38

93

15

28

6

0

4

22

46

.495

21

3

18

.441

1

2

0-0

2

GW Runs 1

2012-So.

.302

57-57

162

28

49

11

0

12

37

96

.593

19

3

26

.386

0

6

0-0

7

3

TOTALS

.302

104-95

255

43

77

17

0

16

59

142

.557

40

6

44

.407

1

8

0-0

9

4

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PLAYER BIOS #23 ERIKA GAUL So. • INF • 5-11 • R-R • 1L

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Clermont, Fla. (South Lake)

CAREER: A talented sophomore infielder who is looking to have a breakout campaign in 2013 … Played in one game during her freshman debut season … Provided valuable depth at first base throughout 2012. 2012: Totaled one at-bat in one game her freshman campaign … Pinch-hit in the bottom of the sixth in the 11-5 win against Samford March 4, grounding out to shortstop on a 1-1 count. PRE-COLLEGE: Hit near the .300 mark as a senior at South Lake High School, driving in six runs while scoring 15 times behind two doubles, a triple and three home runs … Played on the Eagles’ 2008 and 2009 squads that finished as the district runnerup, helping SLHS to the 4A Regional Quarterfinals as a junior … Played on the Eagles’ 2008 squad that eclipsed the 20-win plateau en route to advancing to the 4A Region Final Four … Competed for the Lady Gators Gold travel team after playing with Tropic Wave, and hit .427 with five home runs and 19 RBIs as the Lady Gators finished fourth at the ASA 18U National Tournament in Las Vegas and fifth at the prestigious Colorado Fireworks Tournament … An outstanding prep volleyball player for South Lake, earning four letters and serving as team captain her past two seasons … Named MVP of the Eagles’ volleyball team her junior and senior seasons, helping South Lake to the region semifinal in 2008 after advancing to the quarterfinal her rookie season. PERSONAL: Born Erika Lee Gaul on March 8, 1993, in Pembroke Pines, Fla. … Daughter of Ken and Emily Gaul … Has two sisters, Nikki and Kristin … Majoring in special education … Served as a volunteer at Operation Military Kids (camp counselor) and the Clermont Girls Softball League (umpire and camp instructor).

CAREER HIGHS

AB................................................................................................................................ 1 vs. Samford, 3/4/12 R.................................................................................................................................................................. None H................................................................................................................................................................. None RBI.............................................................................................................................................................. None 2B............................................................................................................................................................... None 3B............................................................................................................................................................... None HR............................................................................................................................................................... None BB............................................................................................................................................................... None SB............................................................................................................................................................... None

GAUL’S CAREER STATISTICS 16

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

2012-Fr.

.000

1-0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0-0

0

GW Runs 0

TOTALS

.000

1-0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0-0

0

0


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PLAYER BIOS #15 SWAYZE HOLLENHEAD

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So. • INF • 5-5 • R-R • 1L Mathiston, Miss. (East Webster)

CAREER: One of two Mississippi-born players (Ashley Phillips) on the roster … Started opening day last season at third base as a true freshman … A career .172 hitter with four runs scored on five hits in 29 at-bats … Versatile player who can play multiple infield positions as well as catch behind the plate. 2012: The only true freshman to start on opening day … Earned the starting nod at third base in eight of the first nine games of the season … Hit .172 in 16 games (eight starts) with five hits and four runs in 29 at-bats … Started her first collegiate game Feb. 9 at South Alabama, where she sparked a 7-2 comeback victory by getting hit by a pitch … Also hit by a pitch vs. Lipscomb … Finished 1-for-2 with a run scored in the 9-6 win vs. Memphis on the final day of the 2012 Mardi Gras Invitational … Notched a hit in the win at Samford … Went 1-for-3 with a run scored in the home opener against SIU-Edwardsville … Collected one hit in two at-bats in the Bulldog Round-Robin win vs. Mississippi Valley State … Scored a run as a pinch runner in the win vs. Eastern Illinois … Recorded her first-career hit in Southeastern Conference play with a single against Kentucky in the series-sweeping finale. PRE-COLLEGE: Key member of the infield at East Webster High School, winning four Mississippi 1A state championships during the past five seasons … Earned All-State accolades in 2008 and 2009 … Named Starkville Daily News Fastpitch Player of the Year in 2011 after leading the Lady Wolverines back to the 1A state playoffs … Earned her fourth-straight all-district honor after batting .425 with 24 RBIs, 11 doubles, five triples and four home runs as a junior … Compiled a .877 slugging percentage in 2010 … Named Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal All-Area On-Deck in 2009 after guiding EWHS to the state title with a .369 average and 11 RBIs … Capped a state championship season in 2008 by being selected Second-Team All-Area by the Daily Journal … Drove in 21 runs while hitting .381 as a freshman … Played travel softball for the Germantown Red Devils alongside fellow Bulldog Ashley Phillips … Hit .460 with four home runs and 40 RBIs for the Red Devils’ 20-8 edition in 2009 … Named East Webster’s Wendy’s High School Heisman Award winner and 2010 Miss EWHS … Also a standout basketball player for the Lady Wolverines, earning SDN Player of the Year in 2010 … Guided East Webster to the basketball state runner-up in 2007. PERSONAL: Born Swayze Glasgow Hollenhead on July 20, 1992, in Starkville, Miss. … Daughter of Scott and Tonya Hollenhead … Has two siblings, Paisley and Mamie … Majoring in medical technology … Aunt (Dallas Ferguson) graduated from Mississippi State.

CAREER HIGHS

AB............................................................................................................................... 4 at Samford, 2/14/12 R........................................................................................................1, 4x, last vs. Eastern Illinois, 3/3/12 H...............................................................................................................1, 5x, last vs. Kentucky, 4/22/12 RBI.............................................................................................................................................................. None 2B............................................................................................................................................................... None 3B............................................................................................................................................................... None HR............................................................................................................................................................... None BB............................................................................................................................................................... None SB............................................................................................................................................................... None

HOLLENHEAD’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

2012-Fr.

.172

16-8

29

4

5

0

0

0

0

5

.172

0

2

11

.226

0

0

0-1

0

GW Runs 0

TOTALS

.172

16-8

29

4

5

0

0

0

0

5

.172

0

2

11

.226

0

0

0-1

0

0

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PLAYER BIOS #16 SAM LENAHAN Jr. • C • 5-6 • R-R • 2L

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Lawrenceville, Ga. (Collins Hill)

CAREER: The leading returning hitter on the 2013 MSU squad after hitting .321 during her sophomore campaign … Threw out a league-best 21 runners behind the plate as a freshman in 2011, but moved to third base to 2012 to help the corner defense … Moving back behind the dish in 2013, making her one of the top returning catchers in the SEC … Tied with Shelby Fisher for the longest career hitting streak (eight games) of any Bulldog on the 2013 roster … Tied for sixth in school history in career home runs per game (.09), eighth in career intentional walks (two) and ninth in career slugging percentage (.474) … Only the fourth Bulldog sophomore in school history to be named to the NFCA All-South Region First Team … Eight home runs as a true freshman in 2010 tied for 10th in school history for a single season … Member of the 2011 All-SEC Freshman team … A two-time NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Academic Honor Roll member. 2012: A NFCA All-South Region First team member after hitting .321 with 54 hits, 28 RBIs, 26 runs, 21 walks, seven doubles and two home runs … Started all 57 MSU games, with 44 starts at third base, 11 at catcher, one at first and one as the designated player … Moved from catcher to third base Feb. 24 to help the team shore up its corner defense and played there mostly the rest of the year … Hit cleanup a team-high 43 games … Named a 2012 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Tied for the team lead with 16 multiple-hit games … Scored the game-winning run seven different times, second most on the team … Her 21 walks were fifth-most by a sophomore in school history … Went 2-for-4, scoring a run in the season-opening win against South Alabama … Hit her first home run of the season against Lipscomb, going 1-for-2 with an RBI and a walk … Finished 2-for-3, with one run, an RBI and a walk in the 9-6 win vs. Memphis to wrap up the Mardi Gras Invitational … Went 2-for-4 with two RBIs in a win against Samford … Collected an RBI double on 1-for4 hitting in the home opener vs. SIU-Edwardsville … Went 1-for-3 with an RBI to close out the Bulldog Round Robin in the win vs. Mississippi Valley State … Tallied two hits to go along with a career-high tying two runs and an RBI in a 5-3 victory against No. 20 Georgia Tech … Went 2-for-4 with two runs in the victory at Jackson State … Opened up the Bulldog Classic with a career-high tying three hits and a career-best tying two runs and two RBIs in the win over Columbia … Tallied a hit, walk, run and RBI in the shutout victory over Louisiana Tech … Walked a career-high tying three times and had a double in the second win vs. Columbia at the Bulldog Classic … Went a perfect 2-for-2 with a run and a walk in the shutout win vs. Eastern Illinois … Wrapped up the Bulldog Classic going 2-for-4 with two runs and one driven in against Samford in the win … Named to the Bulldog Classic All-Tournament Team … Went 2-for-4 with a career-high tying three RBIs in the second game of the doubleheader vs. No. 3 Florida … Finished 1-for-2 with a walk, run and RBI in the SEC road-opening win at South Carolina … Came back in the second game of the doubleheader sweep against the Gamecocks and went 2-for-4 with her second home run of the season … Went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a walk in the first two games at LSU … Notched a two-RBI single in the second home game against No. 11 Tennessee … Came back one day later in the series finale vs. the Lady Vols to go 2-for-2 with a double … Went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a walk in the road win at Mississippi Valley State … Tallied a single, run and a walk in the series opener at home vs. No. 2 Alabama … Finished the series vs. Alabama with two singles and a run scored in game three … Recorded an RBI single, a walk and a run in the second game of the Good Friday doubleheader sweep at Arkansas … Finished the sweep at Ole Miss with a career-high tying three hits, including a double … Earned a career-high tying three walks, scored once and registered an RBI in the series-opening win vs. Kentucky … Hit a walk-off RBI single on national television to beat the Wildcats in game two, finishing 2-for-4 with a stolen base … Recorded a single in the run-rule home win against Memphis … Knocked out two hits in the road win at Southern Miss … Registered an RBI single in the series-opening win at Auburn … Tallied three hits for the fifth time in her career in the series finale against the Tigers, including a double and a run scored … Notched an RBI double and scored a run in the SEC Tournament opener against No. 3 Alabama … Drove in two runs on a double against BYU in State’s opening game of the NCAA Eugene Regional. 2011: Named to the 2011 All-SEC Freshman Team after hitting .285 with eight home runs and 36 RBIs in 55 games (54 starts) … Led the SEC by throwing out a leaguebest 21 runners as a catcher … Named a 2011 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete … Went 1-for-2 with a walk and knocked in a run in the SEC Tournament opening-round game against Alabama … Hit .357 in her first collegiate weekend, adding six RBIs, five runs

LENAHAN’S CAREER STATISTICS 18

scored, two doubles and a pair of home runs … Homered and walked twice while going 1-for-2 and accounting for four runs (two RBIs and two runs scored) against UNLV … Went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs and two runs scored against No. 11 Washington … Homered and drove in two against UC Riverside … Hit a pinch-hit, walk-off home run, the first pinch-hit homer by a Bulldog since 2005, to earn a spot on the Bulldog RoundRobin All-Tournament Team … Collected a season-high two walks while garnering a hit against Southern Miss … Tallied a .400 batting average in helping MSU win the Bulldog Classic … Had a two-run double in the nightcap against Mississippi Valley State … Doubled in two runs and scored twice as the Dogs clinched a series sweep against South Carolina … Homered as part of a season-high three-hit effort in State’s SEC/ACC Challenge-opening win against Florida State … Drove in a personal-best three runs against the Seminoles … Hit .667 with two doubles in State’s sweep of Arkansas … Went 2-for-3 in the series opener vs. the Razorbacks, doubling and scoring one of State’s three runs … Matched a career high two days later with three hits, belting her second double of the weekend while driving in a run … Hit a three-run home run, her fifth roundtripper of the season, in a series-opening setback at Kentucky … Tallied three RBIs on a career-best two triples in the second game against Alcorn State … Drove in the winning two runs with her 10th double of the season as the Bulldogs defeated Ole Miss in the second game of a three-game series … Homered and scored twice in Sunday’s seriesclinching win against the Rebels … Notched a double and drew two walks en route to scoring two of State’s four runs in a 4-3, series-opening upset of No. 22 Auburn … Hit her seventh home run of the year in game two at No. 3 Alabama … Went 2-for-4, including a double, and drove in three runs in a 9-1 win against Mississippi Valley State … Collected a pair of hits and drew five walks in three games against No. 21 LSU … Returned to her home state and hit a second-inning home run to give Mississippi State a lead it would not relinquish en route to an 8-6, series-opening upset of No. 7 Georgia. PRE-COLLEGE: Invited to the United States Junior National Team tryouts in Chula Vista, Calif. … Enjoyed a stellar career behind the plate for Billy Dooley and Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Ga. … Earned three letters on the diamond for Collins Hill … Helped the Eagles battle through the losers bracket to win the Georgia 5A State Championship … Hit a bases-clearing triple that ignited a four-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning of the championship game … Played an integral part in top-ranked Collins Hill going 35-4 and winning the program’s first Region 7-5A championship in five years … Selected First-Team All-State and the 5A Defensive Player of the Year following her senior season … Also tabbed Region 7-5A Player of the Year, Georgia Dugout Club 5A Player of the Year, GDC All-Star and a member of the 2009 Gwinnett Daily Post Super 6 … Hit .340 with 27 RBIs and 25 runs scored while helping the 2009 Eagles to Gwinnett County Team of the Year honors in her final prep season … Caught on CHHS’ 2007 squad that finished 20-13-1 and advanced to the sectional tournament … Played travel softball alongside fellow Bulldog sophomore Heidi Shape for the Georgia Elite … Helped the 2010 Elite to a ninth-place showing at the prestigious ASA Gold National Tournament … Guided the 2009 squad to a 13th-place finish at the 2009 ASA Gold Nationals in Oklahoma City … The 2009 Georgia Elite finished the summer ranked No. 9 nationally by Rivals.com … Selected as an adidas Futures Top 100 Participant in 2008. PERSONAL: Born Samantha Nicole Lenahan on Jan. 17, 1992, in Shawnee Mission, Kan. … Daughter of Tom and Elizabeth Lenahan … Has two brothers, Bryce and Ian … Majoring in mathematics … Hopes to one day visit the Philippines to see where her mother grew up.

CAREER HIGHS

AB................................................................................................................5, 2x, last at Ole Miss, 4/15/12 R......................................................................................................... 2, 10x, last last vs. Samford, 3/4/12 H......................................................................................................................3, 5x, last at Auburn, 5/6/12 RBI...................................................................................................................3, 5x, last vs. Florida, 3/7/12 2B.....................................................................................................................1, 19x, last vs. BYU, 5/17/12 3B.......................................................................................................................2 vs. Alcorn State, 3/29/11 HR................................................................................................ 1, 10x, last at South Carolina, 3/13/12 BB.............................................................................................................3, 2x, last vs. Kentucky, 4/20/12 SB.............................................................................................................1, 9x, last vs. Kentucky, 4/21/12

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

2011-Fr.

.285

55-54

144

25

41

12

2

8

36

81

SLG% .563

29

2

38

.409

1

2

5-5

5

GW Runs 0

2012-So.

.321

57-57

168

26

54

7

0

2

28

67

.399

21

7

39

.418

0

3

4-4

5

7

TOTALS

.304

112-111

312

51

95

19

2

10

64

148

.474

50

9

77

.414

1

5

9-9

10

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PLAYER BIOS #5 ERIN NESBIT

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RJr. • INF • 5-8 • R-R • 2L Acworth, Ga. (Harrison)

CAREER: The heart and soul of the 2013 Bulldog softball team … Has seen action in 123 career games, including 118 starts … A career .181 hitter with 45 runs, 40 RBIs, 38 walks, nine doubles, eight home runs and four triples … One of the most experienced veterans on this year’s team … Expected to compete for the starting shortstop position this spring … A three-time NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Academic Honor Roll member. 2012: Played in all 57 games with 55 starts at shortstop as a redshirt sophomore in 2012 after receiving a medical redshirt for injury-shortened season in 2011 … Named a 2012 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Hit .162 with 21 runs, 14 walks, 12 RBIs, six doubles and two home runs … Went 1-for-4 with a run in the season-opening victory at South Alabama … Walked once and scored a run, while stealing a base in an 8-1 victory against Jacksonville State … Scored one run and earned one walk against Memphis to wrap up the 2012 Mardi Gras Invitational … Homered in her only at-bat in the home opener against SIUEdwardsville … Walked twice while scoring a run and stealing a base in the Bulldog Round-Robin victory against Mississippi Valley State … Was named to the Bulldog Round-Robin All-Tournament Team for her performance Feb. 17-19 … Knocked in a run on an RBI double against No. 17 Louisiana … Registered a season-high three runs to go along with an RBI double in the win at Jackson State … Was hit by a pitch twice against the Lady Tigers after entering the game with zero hit by pitches in 27 at-bats … Tied a career high with back-to-back two-hit games in the wins over Louisiana Tech and Columbia at the Bulldog Classic … Went 1-for-3 in the shutout win over Eastern Illinois … Had the best performance by any Bulldog in the doubleheader vs. No. 3 Florida, going a combined 2-for-5 with a single, walk, run and RBI double … Tallied one hit in three at-bats against No. 7 Georgia on March 10 … Drove in a run on a single to left in the SEC road-opening win at South Carolina … Knocked in another run and scored twice in the second game of the doubleheader sweep against the Gamecocks … Scored twice on a pair of walks in the series opener at LSU … Went 1-for-3 in the series finale at Tiger Park in Baton Rouge … Hit a walk-off double on a 3-2 pitch with one out at home vs. UAB to give MSU its first walk-off win in exactly a year … Stole her third base of the season in the series opener vs. No. 11 Tennessee … Came back a day later against the Lady Vols to tally a double and a run scored … Launched her second home run of the season in the series opener vs. No. 2 Alabama at home, giving her a season-high two RBIs … Drove another run in one day later in game two of the home weekend series against the Crimson Tide … Registered a career-high two stolen bases in the game two win at Arkansas … Tallied a base hit and a run scored in the run-rule win at home vs. Jackson State … Earned a walk in the series-opening win at rival Ole Miss … Finished the series sweep with a hit, walk and run scored in game three against the Rebels … Had the game winning, two-RBI double in the series opener vs. Kentucky … Went 1-for-3 in the nationally-televised win against the Wildcats in game two … Scored a run off a walk in the runrule home win vs. Memphis … Drew another free pass in the road win at Southern Miss … Walked once and scored once in game one of the Senior Day doubleheader sweep against Tennessee Tech … Collected a hit in MSU’s opening game against BYU in the NCAA Tournament. 2011: Named a 2011 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Only played 11 games (eight starts) due to injury, batting .143 with five walks, three hits and a pair of runs and RBIs … Went 1-for-1 and scored a run in her lone at-bat of the Sportco Kickoff Classic … Returned to the lineup against Southern Miss, driving in a run and collecting a hit … Matched a career high with two walks as she tallied an RBI in State’s 3-2 win against Bowling Green in Woodstock, Ga. … Pinch-ran and scored the winning run in the bottom of the 10th as the Bulldogs rallied to defeat Florida State in the opening game of the SEC/ACC Challenge.

NESBIT’S CAREER STATISTICS

2010: Tied for second on the team in home runs (six) and triples (four) … Hit the fourth-most home runs by a freshman and tied for the third-most triples … Started all 55 games at shortstop, hitting .208 (40-for-164) and adding three doubles … Tied for the third-most RBIs on the team (26) … Topped MSU with five game-winning RBIs and tied for second with four game-winning runs … Drew 19 walks, fifth-most by a Bulldog rookie ever … Earned NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll accolades … Named Bulldog Round-Robin All-Tournament after coming a double shy of the cycle and driving in all four runs vs. UAB in her collegiate debut … Homered in a setback to Texas A&M at the Aggie Classic … Sparked State’s offense in the Bulldog Classic championship game against Troy on March 7, hitting a solo home run to put the Dogs’ first run on the scoreboard … Went 2-for-3, including her first career double, and drove in three runs as MSU defeated Southern Miss in Hattiesburg on March 17 … Led State to a win over Ole Miss in the series finale, finishing a home run shy of the cycle as she went 4-for-4 and drove in two runs … Hit a grand slam in a seven-run fourth inning against Mississippi Valley State in the M&F Bank Fastpitch Classic in Ridgeland, Miss. … Named SEC Freshman of the Week after hitting .600 and belting the game-winning home runs in both of State’s wins in a doubleheader sweep at Auburn. PRE-COLLEGE: Enjoyed an outstanding prep career for head coach Deanna Stewart at Harrison High School in Kennesaw, Ga. … Twice named Most Valuable Player at Harrison and led the team to a pair of Region 5A championships … Set her school’s career home run record and claimed the Golden Glove Award for an infielder following her senior campaign … Named Harrison High’s Wendy’s High School Heisman Award winner for the 2008-09 academic year … Also won the Bobby Bailey and Vince Dooley Awards … Selected Marietta Daily Journal First-Team All-Region after hitting .418 for the Lady Hoyas’ 2008 squad that claimed region runner-up honors … Collected 24 RBIs and two home runs while scoring 29 times in her final prep season … Won the Heart of a Hoya award for the second-straight year and earned a spot in the Georgia Dugout Club All-Star game to close out her Harrison playing career … Claimed First-Team All-State honors from the Atlanta Journal Constitution and Marietta Daily Journal First- Team All-County and All-Region after posting a .426 batting average with 27 RBI and 34 runs scored in 2007 … Hit .354 as a sophomore, claiming all-state honorable mention, allcounty and all-region after helping Harrison to the region title … Tabbed the HHS Rookie of the Year after hitting .276 and contributing 36 runs … Hit .439 with five home runs and 27 RBIs as the Vipers advanced to the ASA Gold National Tournament … Led the 2007 Georgia Extreme to Gold Nationals … Claimed a .409 batting average in pacing Georgia Fire to a ninth-place finish at the 2006 ASA Gold Nationals. PERSONAL: Born Erin Nichole Nesbit on Nov. 23, 1990, in Atlanta, Ga. … Daughter of David and Kim Nesbit … Has four sisters, Courtney, Megan, Morgan and Mallori … Courtney is a former senior infielder for the Dawgs, while younger sister Megan played at State in 2012 and is currently a team manager … Pursuing a degree in communication … Hates marshmallows and is addicted to chapstick … Favorite athlete is Derek Sherrod.

CAREER HIGHS

AB.......................................................................................................................4, 6x, last vs. UAB, 3/20/12 R.................................................................................................................................. 4 at Ole Miss, 3/21/10 H................................................................................................................ 2, 4x, last vs. Columbia, 3/3/12 RBI................................................................................... 4, 2x, last vs. Mississippi Valley State, 4/7/10 2B.............................................................................................................1, 9x, last vs. Kentucky, 4/20/12 3B.............................................................................................................. 1, 4x, last at Arkansas, 3/28/10 HR............................................................................................................. 1, 8x, last vs. Alabama, 3/30/12 BB.........................................................................................................................2, 4x, last at LSU, 3/16/12 SB.................................................................................................................................2 at Arkansas, 4/6/12

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

GW Runs

2010-Fr.

.208

55-55

130

22

27

3

4

6

26

56

.431

19

3

35

.320

1

4

1-1

5

4

2011-So.

.143

11-8

21

2

3

0

0

0

2

3

.143

5

0

6

.308

0

0

0-0

0

1

2012-RSo.

.162

57-55

136

21

22

6

0

2

12

34

.250

14

3

40

.253

1

6

5-8

2

3

TOTALS

.181

123-118

287

45

52

9

4

8

40

93

.324

38

6

81

.288

2

10

6-9

7

8

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PLAYER BIOS #26 JESSICA OFFUTT Jr. • OF • 5-5 • L-R • 2L

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Madison, Ala. (Bob Jones)

CAREER: One of the most successful base stealers in school history … The only person never to get thrown out stealing a base (minimum 20 attempts) … A perfect 22-for-22 lifetime on the base paths … Tied for sixth in school history in consecutive successful stolen bases and tied for eighth all-time in stolen bases per game (0.24) … A lifetime .251 hitter who has seen action in 92 career games with 60 starts, including all 57 of the 2012 season in center field … A two-time NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Academic Honor Roll member … Reached based in 11-straight games in 2012, the longest streak of any player on the 2013 roster. 2012: One of two Bulldogs (Heidi Shape) to start all 57 games at her position (center field) … Set the school record by becoming the only player in school history with a perfect stolen-base percentage (17-for-17, minimum 15 attempts) … Led the team in stolen bases and tied for the team lead in triples (three) … Improved her batting average by over 100 points as a sophomore, hitting .268 with 42 hits in 157 at-bats … Scored 22 runs while tallying 14 RBIs, nine walks and two doubles … Drove in the game-winning run twice and also scored the game-winning run two times … Named a 2012 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Went 2-for-4 in a season-opening win at South Alabama … Finished a victory against Jacksonville State tying career highs in hits (three), runs (two) and stolen bases (two), while knocking in two … Went 1-for-3 with a two-RBI single against Memphis to close the Mardi Gras Invitational … Registered a hit, run and stolen base in two at-bats in the win over SIU-Edwardsville at the Bulldog Round-Robin … Had a 1-for-2 outing against No. 17 Louisiana … Tallied a single and a stolen base against South Florida … Cranked a two-RBI double to the wall in right during State’s victory at Jackson State … Scored one run on one hit while driving in one, walking once and stealing once in the first win vs. Columbia at the Bulldog Classic … Drove in a career-high tying two runs on an RBI single in the second victory against Columbia at the Classic … Went 2-for-3 with a run scored and a stolen base in the win vs. Eastern Illinois … Had a stellar day in the home win against Samford with three hits, a double and a triple … Was named to the Bulldog Classic All-Tournament Team for her efforts over the five-game event … Went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a career-high tying two stolen bases in the series-opening home win vs. No. 7 Georgia … Tallied a hit against Georgia the next day in the second game of the series … Led all Bulldogs with two hits in two-bats in the series finale vs. UGA … Singled in the SEC road-opening win at South Carolina and followed it up with another single in the second game of the doubleheader sweep … Recorded an RBI single in the series opener at LSU … Extended her career-long hitting streak to seven games with a single against the Tigers in Baton Rouge in the second game of the series … Snapped the hitting streak in the series finale at LSU, but drew a walk … Was the only Bulldog to record multiple hits in the walk-off win vs. UAB at home, finishing 2 for-4 with a run and a stolen base … Drew a walk and stole a base in the series home opener against No. 11 Tennessee … Did the same exact thing in the second game of the series vs. the Lady Vols, while also scoring a run … Went 1-for-4 with a career-high tying two runs and a stolen base in the road win at Mississippi Valley State … Earned her sixth walk of the season in the second game of the home weekend series vs. No. 2 Alabama … Knocked out a career-high tying three hits, stole a base and scored once in the opening game of a three-game series at Arkansas … Recorded a single in game two as well as the series finale at Arkansas … Went 1-for-2 with a stolen base and a run scored in the run rule win at home against Jackson State … Scored a run in the series-opening win at rival Ole Miss … Finished the series sweep against the Rebels with a career-high tying two runs, a single, stolen base and hit by pitch in game three … Earned a career-high two walks and scored a career-high tying two runs in the run-rule home win vs. Memphis … Went 2-for-3 in the road victory at Southern Miss … Knocked in a career-high three RBIs on a game-winning, bases-clearing triple in game one of the Senior Day doubleheader sweep vs. Tennessee Tech … The triple was the third of her career, while she also scored a run … Came back in game two against the Golden Eagles to walk, steal a base and score once … Registered a hit in the first round of the SEC Tournament against No. 3 Alabama … Collected two hits and scored a run in State’s NCAA Tournament opening round game against BYU … Recorded a hit in MSU’s second game in the NCAA Tournament against Portland State.

OFFUTT’S CAREER STATISTICS 20

2011: Appeared in 35 games with three starts as a true freshman, batting .154 with four hits, three walks, two RBIs and a double … Also scored 17 runs, mostly as a pinch runner … Was a perfect 5-for-5 in stolen-base attempts … Named a 2011 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete … Scored a run in each of State’s games against UNLV and No. 11 Washington … Scored a run in State’s Bulldog Round-Robin win against Southern Illinois … Scored a run and stole the first two bases of her career against Mercer … Scored three runs as a pinch-runner at the SEC/ACC Challenge in Tuscaloosa, Ala. … Tallied her first-career hit in State’s doubleheader-opening win against Alcorn State … Drove in the first two RBIs of her career on her first double as a Bulldog in the series finale against No. 22 Auburn … Drew her first start at Mississippi Valley State, collecting a hit and scoring the tying run … Drew two starts against No. 3 Alabama, going 1-for-2 and scoring a run in the second game in her home state. PRE-COLLEGE: A standout outfielder for Kent Chambers’ Bob Jones High School squad … Named an NFCA Third Team All-American following a senior season that saw Bob Jones go 51-17-2 and finish third in the Alabama 6A State Tournament … Named to the AHSAA 6A All-Tournament Team … Earned a second-straight First-Team All-State award in 2010 after hitting .485 with four home runs, 24 RBIs, 65 runs scored and 51 stolen bases … Collected a second Huntsville Times All-Elite First-Team selection and third NFCA First-Team All-South Region honor to close her prep career … Selected to play in the Alabama North/South All-Star Game her junior and senior seasons … Named FirstTeam All-State in 2009 after hitting a school-record .526 and scoring 70 times as her team advanced to the North Region tournament … Earned NFCA All-South Region and AllElite First-Team honors as a junior … Claimed the Patriots’ Silver Slugger Award, Outfield Golden Glove Award and the 100% Award in 2009 … A Super All-Metro and All-State Honorable Mention honoree after hitting .434 and scoring 40 runs for the Patriots’ 2008 squad that went 34-14 … Twice named Bob Jones’ Wendy’s High School Heisman Award winner (2009 & 2010) … An NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete … Took first in the region and second in the state in the Science Olympiad’s electric car category … Selected to play on an international squad in Prague, Austria and Germany … Played travel softball in 2009 and 2010 for the Alabama Crusaders … Helped lead the Crusaders to a 25thplace tie at ASA Gold Nationals in 2010 after the team tied for 17th a year earlier … Won the 2010 Region 5 qualifier in Boca Raton, Fla., with the Crusaders. PERSONAL: Born Jessica Kathleen Offutt on Feb. 27, 1992, in Huntsville, Ala. … Daughter of Monty and Kathy Offutt … Has two older sisters, Gini and Sarah … Sarah played softball at Louisiana Tech … Majoring in mechanical engineering … Obsessed with Lord of the Rings … Interned this past summer at Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners … There, she designed frames for the commercial 787-9 and drawings for the KC-46A tanker.

CAREER HIGHS

AB................................................................................................................4, 8x, last at Ole Miss, 4/14/12 R............................................................................................................... 2, 4x, last vs. Memphis, 4/24/12 H...................................................................................................................3, 3x, last at Arkansas, 4/6/12 RBI...............................................................................................................3 vs. Tennessee Tech, 4/28/12 2B.................................................................................................................1, 3x, last vs. Samford, 3/4/12 3B................................................................................................ 1, 3x, last vs. Tennessee Tech, 4/28/12 HR.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE BB............................................................................................................................ 2 vs. Memphis, 4/24/12 SB..................................................................................................................2, 4x, last vs. Georgia, 3/9/12

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

GW Runs

2011-Fr.

.154

35-3

26

17

4

1

0

0

2

TB 5

SLG% .192

3

1

5

.267

0

0

5-5

0

0

2012-So.

.268

57-57

157

22

42

2

3

0

14

50

.318

9

1

23

.310

1

4

17-17

2

2

TOTALS

.251

92-60

183

39

46

3

3

0

16

55

.301

12

2

28

.303

1

4

22-22

2

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PLAYER BIOS #4 ALISON OWEN

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RJr. • RHP • 5-7 • R-R • TR Newnan, Ga. (University of Georgia)

CAREER: The only player on the 2013 roster with Women’s College World Series experience, pitching four games in the 2010 WCWS … Redshirt junior transfer from the University of Georgia who is expected to compete for immediate playing time inside the circle entering the spring of 2013 … Sat out the 2012 season for Mississippi State due to SEC transfer rules. 2012: In her first year in Starkville, sat out the season due to SEC transfer rules … Provided top-notch batting practice inside the circle. 2011 (AT GEORGIA): Appeared in 38 games (13 starts) with a 15-5 record, three saves, a 1.93 ERA and 159 strikeouts … Pitched 5.0 scoreless innings at No. 25 Auburn for a win in the series opener … Notched a win with 4.0 innings of relief vs. Georgia Southern … Earned the win at No. 22 Georgia Tech with 6.1 innings of relief … Recorded third save of the season with 2.0 scoreless innings vs. No. 18 Kentucky on April 9 … Tallied a win vs. USC Upstate with five strikeouts in four innings, including 43-of-49 pitches for strikes (first 22 pitches of the game) … Earned a save with 2.0 innings of work in game one and then pitched a complete-game shutout for a win in the doubleheader sweep at South Carolina … Went 2-0 in the Bulldog Invitational with a complete-game three-hitter vs. Campbell as well as 4.2 innings of one-hit relief vs. Chattanooga … Went 3-0 with a 0.64 ERA and 17 strikeouts in the Cathedral City Classic … Pitched a five-inning, complete-game shutout on four hits while striking out six against Buffalo … Tossed a scoreless seventh vs. East Carolina to earn a save. 2010 (AT GEORGIA): Appeared in 32 games (five starts) with a 13-2 record and three saves to go along with a 2.58 ERA with 88 strikeouts … Made four appearances in the Women’s College World Series, making four appearances including a save against No. 1 Washington … Won two starts at No. 12 Texas, including a complete-game shutout in game one … Made her first career start in game three at No. 12 LSU and pitched a complete game for the win, allowing just two unearned runs on six hits while striking out three … Notched her second save in game one against South Carolina … Earned a win in one of two appearances vs. Auburn … Notched the win in game two at Mississippi State with 6.2 innings of relief and six strikeouts … Went 2-0 with a 0.62 ERA and seven strikeouts in three appearances at Ole Miss … Pitched two relief innings at No. 6 Georgia Tech for the win … Made three appearances against Arkansas without allowing a hit and combined on a one-hitter in game three by earning her first-career save with 2.0 innings of relief … Worked the final 3.1 innings against Kennesaw State, allowing just one hit for the win … Tossed the final 2.2 innings in series finale at Kentucky, surrendering just one hit and striking out four for the win … Made two relief appearances at No. 17 Tennessee, going 2-0 in 8.2 innings with five K’s in each appearance … Tossed 5.2 innings of relief with five strikeouts against Elon for her first win … Worked the final frame of a fiveinning no-hitter against Belmont … Tossed 2.0 innings in relief with four strikeouts vs. Western Carolina … Made collegiate debut and struck out the first four batters she faced in 2.0 innings of work vs. Bowling Green … Named to fall 2009 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. PRE-COLLEGE: Four-year letterwinner at East Coweta High School in Sharpsburg, Ga., helping ECHS to four-consecutive Georgia High School Association Class 5A Elite Eight appearances, three region titles and a runner-up finish in the 2008 state finals … Led the Indians from the circle in 2008 with a 12-6-1 record and 0.65 ERA en route to her the team’s Pitcher of the Year Award, while also leading the team in home runs … Threetime All-County selection including a first-team nod in 2008 … Played in North/South All-Star game … Named ECHS softball Scholar Athlete for both 2007 and 2008 … Played travel softball five years for the Georgia Impact Organization, helping her team to ASA “A” National finishes of 25th in 2007 and 33rd in 2008 … Played on the Bullets in 2009 … As a member of Extreme Mavericks in 2007, helped her team finish fourth at the Fireworks 18U Tournament and to a 6-0 record in the Ronald McDonald Tournament … Member of FCA. PERSONAL: Born Alison Nicole Owen on Jan. 28, 1991, in Riverdale, Ga. … Daughter of Al and Donna Owen … Has one sister, Erin … Majoring in sport management … Owns a hedgehog named Carol, the unofficial alternative mascot of the 2013 Mississippi State softball team.

OWEN’S CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER HIGHS

Innings Pitched................................................................................7.0, 4x, last vs. Ole Miss, 4/17/11 Strikeouts.............................................................................................................12 vs. Campbell, 3/4/11 Hits.................................................................................................................... 9 at Georgia Tech, 4/13/11 Runs.........................................................................................................................6 vs. Tennessee, 4/6/11 Earned Runs.........................................................................................5, 2x, last vs. Tennessee, 4/6/11 Walks......................................................................................................... 4 at Mississippi State, 4/13/10

Year

ERA

W-L

APP

GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

AB

B/AVG

WP

HBP

2010-Fr.

2.58

13-2

32

5

2

1/5

3

95.0

79

38

35

32

88

5

3

11

347

.228

4

12

2011-So.

1.93

15-5

38

13

5

3/3

3

123.1

88

41

34

23

159

10

1

19

451

.195

2

9

TOTALS

2.21

28-7

70

18

7

4/8

6

218.1

167

79

69

55

247

15

4

30

798

.209

6

21

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PLAYER BIOS #20 ASHLEY PHILLIPS So. • OF • 5-6 • R-R • 1L

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Water Valley, Miss. (Water Valley)

CAREER: One of two Mississippi-born players (Swayze Hollenhead) on the roster … Named to the All-SEC Freshman team in 2012 … One of the most promising young players in the SEC … Expected to compete for a starting job in right field in the spring of 2013 … Has played in 43 career games with seven starts in right field, batting .217 with two singles, two triples and a double … The seventh player in school history with two triples in a game … One of the top pinch-runners in MSU in 2012, stealing nine bases in 11 attempts and scoring 15 times. 2012: A member of the All-SEC Freshman team after playing in 43 games, including seven starts in right field … Hit .217 with two singles, two triples and a two-bagger … Saw plenty of time on the base paths as a pinch runner, going 9-for-11 in stolen base attempts and tapping the dish 15 times … Also drew five walks and was hit by a pitch three times … Recorded two putouts in right field … Scored one run and stole two bases in her college debut in the season-opening win against South Alabama … Went 1-for-1 in an 8-1 victory against Jacksonville State … Scored one run as a pinch runner in a 6-3 win at Samford … Scored a run as a pinch runner in the 5-3 win against No. 20 Georgia Tech … Crossed home once as a pinch runner in the first win vs. Columbia at the Bulldog Classic … Made her first career start in the win vs. Louisiana Tech, stealing a career-high tying two bases … In the second win over Columbia at the Bulldog Classic, went a career-best 3-for-4 with two runs, two triples and a double … Became the seventh player in school history to notch two triples in a game, while being the first Bulldog freshman since Keri McCallum in 1997 to nab two three-baggers in a single game … Went 1-for-3 with a run and a stolen base in the home win vs. Samford … Drew a full-count walk as a pinch hitter with two outs in the bottom of the seventh in the second game against No. 7 Georgia … Started in right field in the second game of the doubleheader sweep at South Carolina, scoring a run off her second-career walk … Scored a run in the series opener at LSU … Stole a base in the second game of the series in Baton Rouge and earned a walk in the series finale … Drew a walk in the home win vs. UAB … Swiped second as a pinch runner against No. 11 Tennessee in the series finale … Scored a run as a pinch runner in the road win at Mississippi Valley State … Stole her ninth base of the season in the series opener vs. No. 2 Alabama at home … Crossed home twice in a three-game series at in-state rival Ole Miss, including the game-winning run in the series opener … Was hit by a pitch and scored a run in the run-rule home win vs. Memphis … Earned her seventh career start in the road win at Southern Miss, getting hit by a pitch for the second-consecutive game … Made an appearance in both of MSU’s NCAA Tournament games as a pinch-runner. PRE-COLLEGE: A speedy, powerful outfielder who topped Kendra Bensch’s Water Valley High School squad in stolen bases as a senior while ranking among the team leaders in batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage … Hit .563 as a junior and was a perfect 27-of-27 on the bases while tallying six home runs and contributing 55 RBIs … Selected the Oxford Eagle Player of the Year in 2009 and was tabbed to the publication’s all-area team every year since seventh grade … Water Valley’s MVP her past three years there … Batted .653 with four home runs, 24 stolen bases and 59 RBIs as a sophomore … Tallied a .697 batting average with 53 RBIs and 18 stolen bases during her freshman year … Played with current Bulldog teammate Swayze Hollenhead on the Germantown Red Devils travel team … Helped the Red Devils to the 2008 NASA National Championship in Beaumont, Texas … Drove in 35 runs for the Red Devils last summer … Also excelled in volleyball and basketball at Water Valley, pacing the WVHS volleyball team in attacks and kills last season … Named area player of the year, all-division and team MVP for the Lady Blue Devil hoops squad.

CAREER HIGHS

PERSONAL: Born Ashley Ka’trice Phillips on Jan. 12, 1993, in Grenada, Miss … Daughter of Rodney and Darlene Phillips … Has two siblings, Antonio and Aulton … Was born with 12 fingers … Favorite movie is Love & Basketball … Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant … Majoring in kinesiology (CLEP).

PHILLIPS’ CAREER STATISTICS 22

AB..............................................................................................................................4 vs. Columbia, 3/3/12 R...........................................................................................................2, 2x, last vs. vs. Columbia, 3/3/12 H................................................................................................................................3 vs. Columbia, 3/3/12 RBI............................................................................................................................................................. NONE 2B..............................................................................................................................1 vs. Columbia, 3/3/12 3B..............................................................................................................................2 vs. Columbia, 3/3/12 HR.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE BB.......................................................................................................................1, 5x, last vs. UAB, 3/20/12 SB.............................................................................................. 2, 2x, last vs. vs. Louisiana Tech, 3/2/12

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

2012-Fr.

.217

43-7

23

15

5

1

2

0

0

10

.435

5

3

4

.419

0

0

9-11

0

GW Runs 1

TOTALS

.217

43-7

23

15

5

1

2

0

0

10

.435

5

3

4

.419

0

0

9-11

0

1


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PLAYER BIOS #44 CHRISSIE ROVTAR

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Sr. • INF/C • 5-10 • R-R • 3L West Chicago, Ill. (Community District ‘94)

CAREER: An experienced senior who provides MSU with some offense in the designated player position … Has seen action in 54 career games, including one start in 2011 and one start in 2012 … Recorded career highs in hits, doubles, RBIs and walks as a junior this past season … A three-time NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Academic Honor Roll member.

PERSONAL: Born Christine Michelle Rovtar on Jan. 4, 1991, in Hinsdale, Ill. … Daughter of Steve and Debbie Rovtar … Has two sisters, Allison and Kimberly … Majoring in kinesiology (CLEP) … Obsessed with musicals, with Glee being her favorite television show … Starting physical therapy school this summer at Midwestern University in Downers Grove, Ill.

2012: Played in 29 games, mostly as the team’s top pinch hitter … Earned her only start of the season March 25 in the series finale vs. No. 11 Tennessee at home … Hit .182 with four hits, a double, two walks and four hit by pitches … Named a 2012 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Pinch-hit and singled in the six-run seventh inning in which MSU came from behind to win at South Alabama in the season opener … Hit a bases-clearing, three-run double in pinch-hit duty, including the game-winning RBI, to help State beat Memphis by a 9-6 score on the final day of the Mardi Gras Invitational … Punched a base hit to left in a pinch-hit role in the win over SIU-Edwardsville at the Bulldog Round-Robin … Earned a pitch-hit walk vs. DePaul at the NFCA Leadoff Classic … Was hit by a pitch in back-toback games against No. 12 Michigan and Jackson State … Had a pinch-hit RBI single in the shutout win vs. Eastern Illinois at the Bulldog Classic … Pinch hit and sacrificed Jessica Cooley over to second base on a bunt, setting up MSU’s walk-off win on the next at-bat as Erin Nesbit scored Cooley in the home win vs. UAB … Made her second career start and first one of 2012 in the home series finale against No. 11 Tennessee … Drove in a run as a pinch-hitter in the second game of a Good Friday doubleheader sweep at Arkansas … Pinch-hit in the run-rule win at home vs. Jackson State, recording an RBI with a bases-loaded walk … Was hit by a pitch as a pinch-hitter in the series finale at Auburn. 2011: Played in 18 games with one start, totaling one hit and one run in 18 atbats … Named a 2011 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2011 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Collected the first hit of her career in State’s series opener at Kentucky, while drawing her first start as a Bulldog the following day … Scored the first run of her career in State’s April 19 win against Mississippi Valley State. 2010: Earned NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll accolades … Played in seven games as a pinch-hitter, registering five at-bats … Was hit by a pitch in her debut, a win against Oregon State at the Aggie Classic … Drew a walk in State’s victory at Southern Miss. PRE-COLLEGE: Prepped for Emily Johnson at Community District 94 High School her senior season after playing for Jim Schaudt her first three years … Hit .320 with eight doubles, a home run, 16 RBIs and 11 runs scored in her senior season, leading her squad to a 27-6 record … Tabbed Community’s Female Athlete of the Year her senior season after leading her team to second place in the DuPage Valley Conference and the region finals … Named Press Publications Honorable Mention for the second-straight year and was a unanimous selection for her second All-DuPage Valley Conference honor in as many seasons … Collected a .335 batting average as a junior, hitting nine doubles, two triples and four home runs while driving in 16 runs and scoring 18 more … Guided the Wildcats to the conference championship, regional title and 4A Sectional finals … Earned all-conference accolades after guiding Community High School to a 24-9 record in 2008 … Earned a pair of Softball Athlete of the Week honors during her junior campaign … Played the summer of 2009 for DTA Elite and Head Coach Kevin Simpson … Hit .371 with a home run, 15 RBIs and 13 runs scored to pace DTA Elite to the Glen Ellyn Invitational championship and a third-place showing in the ASA Chicago Metro Tournament that qualified the team for ASA Nationals in Las Vegas … Competed for Simpson’s Illinois Thunder travel squad in 2008, hitting .542 with two home runs, six doubles, six triples, 19 RBIs and 18 runs scored … Collected a 1.042 slugging percentage with the Thunder … Also played basketball for Community District 94, leading the 2006-07 team to the regional championship … Earned Press Publications Honorable Mention and team MVP for her efforts on the hardwood during the 2007-08 season … Four-time member of the Community High School Honor Roll … Also received the Excellence in Math Award all four years of her high school career … A four-time Academic All-Conference selection in softball and a two-time honoree for basketball … Awarded the Presidents’ Award for Educational Excellence in 2009 and the Community High School Academic Merit Award.

ROVTAR’S CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER HIGHS

AB.......................................................................................................... 2, 2x, last vs. Tennessee, 3/25/12 R.................................................................................................... 1 vs. Mississippi Valley State, 4/19/11 H.......................................................................................................1, 5x, last vs. Eastern Illinois, 3/3/12 RBI........................................................................................................................... 3 vs. Memphis, 2/12/12 2B............................................................................................................................ 1 vs. Memphis, 2/12/12 3B.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE HR.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE BB.................................................................................................... 1, 3x, last vs. Jackson State, 4/10/12 SB.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

GW Runs

2010-Fr.

.000

7-0

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

1

1

2

.286

0

0

0-0

0

0

2011-So.

.056

18-1

18

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

.056

0

0

9

.056

0

0

0-0

0

0

2012-Jr.

.182

29-1

22

0

4

1

0

0

6

5

.227

2

4

2

.357

0

1

0-0

1

0

TOTALS

.111

54-2

45

1

5

1

0

0

6

6

.133

3

5

13

.245

0

1

0-0

1

0

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PLAYER BIOS #22 HEIDI SHAPE Jr. • INF • 5-5 • R-R • 2L

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Duluth, Ga. (Norcross)

CAREER: One of the most experienced returning players at second base in the SEC … Has started all 113 games of her career, the only Bulldog to start all of the games she’s appeared in … Owns a career .248 average at the plate with 59 career RBIs, 38 runs, 25 walks, 13 doubles, six home runs and two triples … Has drove in the game-winning run eight times in her career and has scored the game-winning run on five occasions … A two-time NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Academic Honor Roll member … Has been hit by a pitch 11 times, tied for ninth in school history. 2012: One of two Bulldogs (Jessica Offutt) to start all 57 games at her position (second base) … Batted .259 with 30 RBIs, 17 runs, 15 walks, seven doubles, two triples and a home run … Registered a team-high tying six game-winning RBIs … Scored the game-winning run once … Third on the team with seven multiple-RBI games and fifth on the squad with 12 multiple-hit games … Batted second through eighth in the lineup at least one time … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll … Went 1-for-2 with an RBI and two walks against Jacksonville State in the Mardi Gras Invitational … Earned an RBI on a hit-by-pitch against Memphis in a 9-6 triumph … Tallied two hits and an RBI in a 6-3 victory at Samford … Collected her first double of the year in the Bulldog Round-Robin win vs. SIU-Edwardsville … Registered a career-high tying two walks and stole her first base of the season in the Bulldog Round-Robin finale against Mississippi Valley State … Walked once and scored once vs. No. 17 Louisiana … Went 1-for-3 against South Florida … Went 2-for-3 with three RBIs in the triumph over No. 20 Georgia Tech … Scored one run vs. DePaul at the NFCA Leadoff Classic … Walked once against No. 12 Michigan … Had a career day in the win at Jackson State, going 4-for-4 with a career-best three runs in her first four-hit game of her career … Became the first MSU player to collect four hits in a game since All-American Chelsea Bramlett did so at Arkansas on March 28, 2010 … Registered an RBI double and a walk in the win vs. Louisiana Tech at the Bulldog Classic … Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run in the second victory vs. Columbia at the Classic … Had another two hits in the home win vs. Samford, while also totaling two RBIs, one walk, one stolen base and one run … Hit her first-career triple in the second game of a doubleheader vs. No. 3 Florida, while also drawing a walk and scoring a run … Scored two runs off two hits and drove in another in the series-opening home win against No. 7 Georgia … Went 1-for-3 against UGA in the second game of the series … Drove in two and scored once in the SEC road-opening win at South Carolina … Came back in the second game of the doubleheader sweep against the Gamecocks and went 2-for-4 with three RBIs and two runs, including her first home run of the season … Finished 2-for-3 with a double and a walk in the series opener at LSU … Recorded a single in the second game of the series against LSU … Tallied a single and stole her third base of the season in the second game of a home three-game set vs. No. 11 Tennessee … Notched the game-winning RBI and stole a base in the road win at Mississippi Valley State … Swiped second and scored a run in the series opener against No. 2 Alabama at home … Came back the next day and went 2-for-3 with a hit by pitch vs. the Crimson Tide … Tallied a single and a walk in the first game of a Good Friday doubleheader sweep at Arkansas … Tapped the dish once in the run-rule victory at home against Jackson State … Belted out a game-winning, bases-clearing, three-RBI double in the top of the seventh to give MSU the series-opening win at in-state rival Ole Miss … Finished the game 2-for-4 with a career-high tying four RBIs and a stolen base … Came back the next day and recorded the game-winning RBI in game two against the Rebels … Finished the series sweep at Ole Miss with a pair of RBI singles in game three … Picked up a single in the nationallytelevised win vs. Kentucky in game two of the series sweep … Came back in game three of the sweep against the Wildcats to record a double … Recorded a walk in the home run-rule win vs. Memphis … Recorded an RBI single and swiped her seventh stolen base of the season in game one of the Senior Day doubleheader sweep vs. Tennessee Tech … Came back in game two to register two hits, two RBIs, a double and a run scored against the Golden Eagles … Earned a walk in the series opener at Auburn … Came back a day later vs. the Tigers to drive in a run … Finished the regular season with an RBI single against Auburn in the series finale … Earned her second-career triple and scored a run in the SEC Tournament vs. No. 3 Alabama … Went 2-for-4 and stole a base in the Bulldogs’ opening game of the NCAA Tournament against BYU … Followed up her performance against BYU by earning a walk and a stolen base in the MSU’s second game of the NCAA Eugene Regional against Portland State.

SHAPE’S CAREER STATISTICS 24

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2011: Started all 56 games in her debut campaign … Named a 2011 NFCA AllAmerica Scholar-Athlete … Her five home runs tied for fifth-most by a freshman in school history … Batted .236 with 29 RBIs, 21 runs, 10 walks and six doubles … Hit .400 (6-for-15) with two home runs and 12 RBI in her first weekend as a Bulldog … Drove in three runs on a home run in her collegiate debut, a setback to Illinois-Chicago at the Sportco Kickoff Classic in Las Vegas … Came back in the nightcap with a grand slam against host UNLV … Popped a pair of hits and drove in two runs against UC Riverside … Doubled and had three RBI as she went 2-for-3 in a win against UIC … Doubled and drove in both of State’s runs as the Bulldogs defeated Butler to clinch a spot in the Bulldog Round-Robin championship game … Belted a double and scored a run in the championship game setback to Southern Illinois … Hit the winning two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning as the Bulldogs defeated Southern Miss … Tallied her fourth double in State’s midweek setback at UAB … Scored two runs and drove in another in MSU’s win against No. 22 Texas A&M … Collected a sacrifice fly and a sacrifice bunt in the Dogs’ 8-0 win against Mississippi Valley State … Notched a pair of hits and scored twice to help MSU to a sweep of South Carolina … Doubled as part of a two-hit effort in State’s second win against Florida State at the SEC/ACC Challenge … Went 2-for-3 at the plate in the series opener against Ole Miss … Hit the game-winning three-run home run in State’s series-opening win against No. 22 Auburn … Collected a pair of hits and drove in a run in a 9-1 home victory against Mississippi Valley State … Drove in a pair of runs in game two of the series against No. 21 LSU … Returned to her home state and hit .455 (5-for-11) with a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored against No. 7 Georgia … Tallied two hits and an RBI in State’s opening-game upset … Hit her fifth home run of the season in game two before wrapping the series with a 2-for-3 plate effort. PRE-COLLEGE: Claimed four letters as a standout infielder (2006-09) for Head Coach Hope Black at Norcross (Ga.) High School … Garnered first team all-region accolades all four years of her softball career … Also selected to the Gwinnett All-County First Team each year she competed for the Lady Blue Devils … A four-time Best Offensive Player award winner for Norcross … Played alongside Mississippi State teammate Sam Lenahan on the Georgia Elite travel ball team … Helped lead the Elite to a ninth-place showing at the 2010 ASA National Tournament … Joined Lenahan in leading the Georgia Elite to a fifth-place showing at the prestigious Premier Softball Showcase … Claimed a 13th-place finish with the Elite at the 2009 national tournament … Was a staple on the infield for the 2008 squad that took third place in the annual Independence Day Showcase … Selected to the honor roll on a yearly basis. PERSONAL: Born Heidi Nicole Shape on Aug. 6, 1992, in Atlanta, Ga. … Daughter of Gregory Shape and Beverly Jones … Has one sibling, Matthew Maday … Majoring in business administration … Favorite television show is “Criminal Minds” … Favorite athlete is Michael Jordan.

CAREER HIGHS

AB............................................................................................................. 4, 23x, last at Ole Miss, 4/13/12 R........................................................................................................................ 3 at Jackson State, 2/29/12 H....................................................................................................................... 4 at Jackson State, 2/29/12 RBI...............................................................................................................4, 2x, last at Ole Miss, 4/13/12 2B..............................................................................................1, 13x, last vs. Tennessee Tech, 4/28/12 3B...............................................................................................................1, 2x, last at Alabama, 5/10/12 HR...................................................................................................1, 6x, last at South Carolina, 3/13/12 BB..................................................................................2, 2x, last vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2/19/12 SB..............................................................................................1, 10x, last vs. Tennessee Tech, 4/28/12

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

2011-Fr.

.236

56-56

165

21 39

6

0

5

29

60

SLG% .364

10

6

37

.302

1

8

3-3

2

GW Runs 4

2012-So.

.259

57-57

162

17

42

7

2

1

30

56

.346

15

5

22

.337

2

6

9-9

6

1

TOTALS

.248

113-113

327

38

81

13

2

6

59

116

.355

25

11

59

.320

3

14

12-12

8

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PLAYER BIOS #27 SHANA SHERROD

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Jr. • RHP • 5-5 • R-R • 2L Vestavia Hills, Ala. (Vestavia Hills)

CAREER: A change-of-pace right-handed pitcher who has appeared in 16 career games, including one start in her freshman debut season … Dropped her ERA by almost one run from her freshman to sophomore season … A master of forcing the ground ball in key situations … Also serves as a speedy pinch runner. 2012: Appeared in eight games, including a shutout against Louisiana Tech March 2 … Registered a 5.73 ERA in 3.2 innings pitched, down from her freshman ERA of 6.42 … Scored a run as a pinch runner in the season-opening win at South Alabama … Made a relief appearance in a 6-3 win at Samford … Closed out the win at Jackson State with a career-high tying two strikeouts in an inning of scoreless relief … Threw another scoreless inning in the shutout win over Louisiana Tech at the Bulldog Classic … Pitched an inning in the second win vs. Columbia at the Bulldog Classic … Recorded an out in the second game of a doubleheader vs. No. 3 Florida … Recorded one out in a scoreless appearance against No. 11 Tennessee in the series opener … Registered an appearance against No. 2 Alabama in the final game of the weekend home series … Appeared as a pinch runner in the Senior Day doubleheader sweep vs. Tennessee Tech. 2011: Saw her first collegiate action in the Bulldog Round-Robin championship game, striking out one and not allowing a run in an inning of work … Worked two innings of relief in game two against South Carolina, giving up a run and three hits while striking out two … Tossed a season-high 3.1 innings against Florida State en route to collecting her first career victory … Drew the first start of her career in the second game at Florida. PRE-COLLEGE: Standout pitcher for Jennifer Brown at Vestavia Hills High School … Led the Lady Rebels to three state tournament appearances since 2006 … Eclipsed the 100-career win mark as a senior, leading VHHS to a fifth-straight area championship and the regional tournament … Ranked in the top 20 in state history with 105 victories and 827 innings pitched … Vestavia Hills’ 2010 Female Athlete of the Year … Named the Birmingham News’ Top Pitcher for the South and Hoover areas entering 2010 … Won 31 games as a sophomore, earning 6A All-State honors from the Alabama Sportswriters Association … An Alabama All-State Tournament honoree after guiding the 2008 Lady Rebels to a third-place finish at the state tournament … Multiple-time MVP of the area tournament and an All-Metro Team selection … Named Over the Mountain All-Area four times … Went 27-4 with 178 strikeouts and a 0.94 ERA in 2007 to guide VHHS to a state sixth-most 64 wins, a fifth-place state finish and Top-25 national ranking … The 2007 squad also won 35-straight games, tied for fourth in Alabama annals … Pitched Vestavia Hills to area and regional championships and a runner-up finish at the state tournament in her inaugural varsity season … Played with Bulldog sophomore Jessica Cooley for her father Blake’s Skyhawks Elite travel team … Helped the Skyhawks to an ASA National Tournament appearance, a National Softball Association championship and a secondplace finish in the Florida World Series … Paced the 2008 Skyhawks to a second-place finish at the state tournament after the team took seventh at the Colorado Fireworks … Also hurled the team to an appearance at the USSSA National Tournament. PERSONAL: Born Shana Marie Sherrod on Oct. 23, 1991, in Homewood, Ala. … Daughter of Blake and Cindy Sherrod … Has four siblings: Matthew, Nikki, Quint and Cristen … Majoring in elementary education … Enjoys playing Call of Duty with teammate Jessica Cooley.

CAREER HIGHS

Innings Pitched........................................................................................ 3.1 vs. Florida State, 3/12/11 Strikeouts............................................................................................... 2, 3x, last vs. Columbia, 3/3/12 Hits................................................................................................................................ 9 at Florida, 3/16/11 Runs.............................................................................................................................. 9 at Florida, 3/16/11 Earned Runs.............................................................................................................. 8 at Florida, 3/16/11 Walks..............................................................................................................2 vs. South Carolina, 3/9/11 R (Offense)...................................................................................................1 at South Alabama, 2/9/12

SHERROD’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year

ERA

W-L

APP

GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

AB

B/AVG

WP

HBP

2011-Fr.

6.42

1-1

8

1

0

0/0

0

12.0

19

17

11

7

4

0

1

1

64

.365

2

2

2012-So.

5.73

0-0

8

0

0

0/1

0

3.2

9

4

3

2

5

1

0

0

21

.429

1

0

TOTALS

6.26

1-1

16

1

0

0/1

0

15.2

28

21

14

9

9

1

1

1

87

.384

3

2

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PLAYER BIOS #3 KYLIE VRY Sr. • LHP • 5-10 • L-L • 3L

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Des Moines, Iowa (Des Moines East)

CAREER: Southpaw pitcher who is one of the top strikeout artists in school history … Ranks fourth in school history in career strikeout ratio (5.55), seventh in strikeouts (256), seventh in shutouts (7), tied for seventh in saves (5), ninth in appearances (98) and 10th in games started (98) … One of the best pitchers in the country to start the 2012 season before getting injured in late February … In February 2012, registered a 1.37 ERA with four complete-game victories and two saves in 10 appearances, striking out 45 and limiting opponents to a .176 batting average … Broke the school record for strikeouts in a NCAA Tournament game, strikeouts in a single NCAA Tournament and career strikeouts in the NCAA Tournament … One of two pitchers on the roster (Stephanie Becker) to have thrown a no-hitter for Mississippi State … A three-time NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Academic Honor Roll member. 2012: Appeared in 34 games with 15 starts, registering career highs in wins (nine), complete games (seven), saves (three), innings pitched (122.0) and strikeouts (117) … Also tallied career lows in ERA (3.39) and opponent batting average (.231) … Recorded the second-best strikeout ratio in school history (6.71) and the highest in a decade … Struck out 117 batters, eighth-most all-time at MSU … Also led the team in saves … Broke the school record for strikeouts in a NCAA Tournament game, strikeouts in a single NCAA Tournament and career strikeouts in the NCAA Tournament … Named a 2012 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Earned her first win of the season with a complete-game 3-1 victory over Lipscomb, where she retired 20 of 23 batters and struck out six, giving up one run … Pitched a second-straight complete game in an 8-1 win the next day against Jacksonville State, striking out six batters and allowing only one run … Pitched 2.0 innings of scoreless relief to earn a save in a 9-6 victory vs. Memphis, striking out half of the eight batters she faced … Earned another save one game later at Samford, striking out the side in the seventh … Started the home opener against SIU-Edwardsville, allowing one hit and one earned run (two total) while striking out three batters … Came back two days later against SIU-E and pitched her third complete-game victory of the season with 10 strikeouts and only one walk … Pitched six innings and struck-out five batters against No. 17 Louisiana, snapping the season-long hitting streak (0-for-4) of then-reigning USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week Christi Orgeron, who entered the game batting .708 with a nation-best 27 RBIs through her first seven games … Held the Ragin’ Cajuns to a season-low tying six runs (three earned) and doubled their strikeout rate of 1.9 despite UL averaging 13 runs per game (9.6 earned) on offense in their first seven games of 2012 … Picked up her seventh complete game of the season in a win over No. 20 Georgia Tech, giving up three runs (two earned) on four hits with four strikeouts and two walks … Finished the game against DePaul with 2.2 scoreless innings … Returned after a twoweek absence and threw 2.1 scoreless innings of relief vs. No. 7 Georgia on March 10 … Pitched a complete-game two-hit shutout in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at South Carolina in MSU’s SEC road opener … Pitched 2.1 hitless innings in the series finale at LSU … Threw a complete-game three hitter in the game two win at Arkansas, striking out a season-high 11 batters while issuing just one walk … Went the distance in a five-inning victory against Jackson State at home, picking up the win after striking out six and giving up one earned run … Picked up the win in the series-opening win at in-state rival Ole Miss after striking out five and giving up a run in the final 5.0 innings … Earned her ninth win of the season at home against Memphis, throwing 5.0 innings with five strikeouts and no earned runs allowed … Struck out five of the nine batters she faced to earn her third save of the season in the second game of the Senior Day doubleheader sweep vs. Tennessee Tech … Pitched 5.2 innings of one-run ball against BYU in the opening game of the NCAA Eugene Regional, striking out a tournament schoolrecord 10 batters … Fanned six batters the next day and gave up two runs in 6.0 innings of work against Portland State in the NCAA Tournament. 2011: Started 38 games with 20 starts, leading the team in ERA (4.11), strikeouts (87), strikeout ratio (5.03) and wins (eight) … Named a 2011 NFCA All-America ScholarAthlete as well as a 2011 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Went 1-0 to earn All-Tournament honors at the Bulldog Round-Robin … Tossed a complete-game, four-hit shutout with six strikeouts to defeat Butler and put the Dogs into the tournament championship game … Tossed 4.1 innings in relief against Southern Miss, earning the win as she allowed a run and two hits … Notched her first save of the year in the next game, striking out two over 1.2 perfect innings against Bowling Green … Named to the Bulldog

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Classic All-Tournament Team after tossing 6.2 innings and striking out a career-high 12 in State’s upset of No. 22 Texas A&M … Picked up State’s first SEC win of the year, holding South Carolina to a run and three hits in a complete-game effort … Notched a win and a save in State’s SEC sweep of Arkansas … Tossed a four-hit shutout in the opener, striking out eight … Recorded the final out on Saturday to earn her second save of the year and clinch the series for the Bulldogs … Allowed two runs (one earned) and two hits to pick up the doubleheader opening win against Alcorn State … Tossed four innings of one-hit, scoreless relief to claim the win as MSU clinched a series win against rival Ole Miss … Held No. 22 Auburn to a hit over the final 1.2 innings to earn the win. 2010: Made 26 appearances, including 18 starts … Tossed 80 innings, allowing 88 hits and compiling a 4.90 ERA … Registered 52 strikeouts and five complete games … Also posted three shutouts … An NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll member … Became the first MSU pitcher to throw a no-hitter in her inaugural start, a win against Stephen F. Austin in the Bulldog Round-Robin … Earned all-tournament honors after throwing eight hitless innings with six strikeouts … Limited Oregon State to two runs and four hits in four innings to pick up the victory at the Aggie Classic … Pitched two innings in the NFCA Leadoff Classic finale against Illinois State, allowing a run on three hits … Held nationally-ranked Michigan to a run and three hits over four innings … Earned Bulldog Classic All-Tournament honors after going 2-0 and allowing two unearned runs and eight hits in 11 innings … Narrowly missed her second no-hitter of the season as she hurled a one-hit shutout in the opener against Troy … Tossed four shutout innings in a win against Wright State … Struck out a seasonhigh seven in her SEC debut against No. 19 Tennessee on March 9 … Went the distance against East Tennessee State in Fresno, Calif., on March 13, allowing just six hits over the full five innings … Picked up her first SEC win on March 21, allowing five runs, three earned, in a complete-game effort against rival Ole Miss … Posted four strikeouts over two hitless innings in a win against Southern University. PRE-COLLEGE: Played high school softball at Des Moines East High School her freshman and sophomore seasons before solely focusing on travel ball the final two years of her prep career … Hurled the Florida Gold Coast Hurricanes to the championship of the prestigious ASA Gold National Tournament in 2008 … Came back the next summer and helped lead the Hurricanes to a runner-up showing at ASA Gold Nationals … Toed the rubber two seasons for Bob Ligouri’s Des Moines East High School squad … Compiled a 90-9 record during her freshman and sophomore seasons … Named Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Class 4A First Team All-State and Elite All-State in 2007 after tossing 186 innings and compiling a 0.26 ERA with 378 strikeouts … Claimed alldistrict and first team all-conference accolades after leading East to a 45-4 record and a third-straight CIML Conference championship … Set a high-school record for most strikeouts in a seven-inning no-hitter with 19 … Hit .311 with 24 RBIs during her final prep season … Registered a 0.61 ERA as a freshman, earning eight saves and striking out 31 in just 23 innings … Guided Des Moines East to the 2006 Iowa Class 4A state championship after claiming the CIML conference title … Elected to school’s Hall of Fame … Claimed president’s honor roll accolades for maintaining an A average … Earned All-America Scholar-Athlete honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association following the 2007 season … Named Valedictorian in high school … Also lettered in volleyball. PERSONAL: Born Kylie Nicole Vry on April 16, 1991, in Broadlawns, Iowa … Daughter of Alan and Michelle Vry … Has a brother, Tyler, who is currently in Germany serving in the United States Air Force … Majoring in kinesiology (health fitness studies) … Dream vacation is a trip to New York with her mother to see all the Broadway shows.

CAREER HIGHS

Innings Pitched.................................................................................7.0, 11x, last at Arkansas, 4/6/12 Strikeouts.......................................................................................................... 12 vs. Texas A&M, 3/6/11 Hits......................................................................................................................13 vs. Tennessee, 3/24/12 Runs....................................................................................................................10 vs. Tennessee, 3/24/12 Earned Runs....................................................................................................10 vs. Tennessee, 3/24/12 Walks..............................................................................................................7 vs. Colorado State, 3/6/11

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ERA

W-L

APP

GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

AB

B/AVG

WP

HBP

2010-Fr.

4.90

6-5

26

18

5

3/1

0

80.0

88

67

56

55

52

15

2

4

392

.280

18

9

2011-So.

4.11

8-12

38

20

4

2/1

2

121.0

140

92

71

46

87

23

0

17

561

.286

20

6

2012-Jr.

3.39

9-10

34

15

7

2/0

3

122.0

106

70

59

56

117

10

4

10

459

.231

9

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TOTALS

4.03

23-27

98

53

16

7/2

5

323.0

334

229

186

157

256

48

6

31

1495

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CAREER: A .333 hitter in 16 career games played … Saw playing time as a backup right fielder in 2012 … A three-time NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete and SEC Academic Honor Roll member. 2012: Finished 1-for-2 (.500) in reserve duty as a sophomore … Played in five games … Recorded a putout in right field … Named a 2012 NFCA All-America ScholarAthlete as well as a 2012 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll selection … Made her season debut as a pinch runner in the home opener vs. SIU-Edwardsville … Appeared as a pinch-hitter in the opening game of the Bulldog Classic against Columbia … Went 1-for1 as a pinch-hitter in the run-rule win vs. Jackson State at home, before taking over right field and making a diving game-ending catch to secure the win … Played right field in game two of the doubleheader Senior Day sweep vs. Tennessee Tech … Saw action as a pinch hitter in the regular-season finale at Auburn. 2011: Named a 2011 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete … Played in 11 games, recording one hit and one run in four at-bats … Notched her first-career hit and scored her first run as a Bulldog in a pinch-hit role against Mississippi Valley State on April 19. PRE-COLLEGE: Enjoyed an outstanding prep career playing for Mark Balderston at Shawnee Mission Northwest High School in Kansas … A three-time All-Sunflower League selection … Also earned three All-Sun County Team honors from the Johnson County Sun newspaper … Tabbed Most Valuable Player in the Missouri/Kansas All-Star Series … Put together a sensational junior campaign, setting the SMNW single-season records for hits (40) while batting .491 with seven doubles, two triples and a pair of home runs … She also drove in 31 runs while scoring 36 times on the year … Nabbed All-League and First-Team All-Sun County accolades for her accomplishments during the 2009 season … Batted .408 as a sophomore and contributed 43 runs while earning second team All-Sunflower League and All-Sun County … Hit .379 and drove in 12 runs while scoring seven more her freshman year … Earned a spot on Shawnee Mission Northwest’s Academic Honor Roll each year since she was a freshman … Played travel softball with the Desoto Belles and coaches Greg Heinrich and Steve Fulk … Earned USSSA All-State accolades after hitting a Belles’ single-season record .407 with 48 hits, 36 runs, 40 RBIs, 12 home runs and 14 stolen bases … Compiled an .808 slugging percentage while reaching base at a .451 clip … Earned MVP honors at three ASA/NSA 18U tournaments … Also played volleyball and basketball prior to her senior season. PERSONAL: Born Rachael Margaret Zdeb on Dec. 10, 1991, in Overland Park, Kan. … Daughter of Joe and Diane Zdeb … Her father, Joe, played professional baseball for the Kansas City Royals … Has two brothers, Joey and Josh … Majoring in kinesiology (CLEP).

CAREER HIGHS

AB.................................................................................................... 1, 6x, last vs. Jackson State, 4/10/12 R.................................................................................................... 1 vs. Mississippi Valley State, 4/19/11 H...................................................................................................... 1, 2x, last vs. Jackson State, 4/10/12 RBI............................................................................................................................................................. NONE 2B.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE 3B.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE HR.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE BB.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE SB.............................................................................................................................................................. NONE

ZDEB’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

GW RBI

GW Runs

2011-Fr.

.250

11-0

4

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

.250

0

0

2

.250

0

0

0-0

0

0

2012-So.

.500

5-0

2

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

.500

0

0

1

.500

0

0

0-0

0

0

TOTALS

.333

16-0

6

1

2

0

0

0

0

2

.333

0

0

3

.333

0

0

0-0

0

0

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PERSONAL: Born Olivia Mullins Golden on Sept. 23, 1993 in Decatur, Ala. … The daughter of Harry and Amy Golden … Has one sibling, sister Madeline … Chose Mississippi State over Jacksonville State and Samford … Pregame ritual is to eat a chicken biscuit … Favorite professional sports team is the Los Angeles Lakers.

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PRE-COLLEGE: Recent graduate of Hartselle High School in Hartselle, Ala., where as a third baseman/shortstop she tallied 162 runs, 100 RBIs, 76 stolen bases and 30 home runs as a three-year member of the Lady Tigers’ varsity squad … Raked at a .442 clip with a .508 on-base percentage and an .884 slugging percentage (13 home runs) during her senior campaign … In her three seasons, Hartselle won two county championships, three area titles and two regional crowns en route to three appearances in the state tournament … Invited to the Alabama Under Armour Softball Combine … Two-time all-county selection … Played travel softball with the 16U and 18U Huntsville Sparks, guiding her Sparks to three-straight appearances at the ASA National Tournament … Was a four-year starter for the Hartselle Lady Tigers’ volleyball squad, where the team won two county, four area and three regional championships on its way to four-consecutive state tournament appearances … Named First-Team All-State by the Alabama High School Volleyball Coaches Association her last three years in high school.

PRE-COLLEGE: Attended Murrieta Valley High School in Murrieta, Calif., under the direction of Head Coach David Munn … Did not play softball her senior season due to transfer rules … Ran track instead, breaking the school record for both the 100 meter (11.73) and the 200 meter (24.70) … The Division II Southern Section Champion for the 100M … Named Most Valuable Athlete at her school … Received Most Outstanding Sprinter Award during her senior season … During her sophomore and junior campaigns at Calvary Chapel Christian School under Head Coach Celeste Ducharme, broke the school records for batting average (.551), stolen bases (32) and runs (39) in a season … Led team to a 12-2 record her junior season, hitting .494 with 44 hits, 34 runs, 16 RBIs, one home run, 32 stolen bases and a .563 on-base percentage … Captured a perfect 8-0 record her sophomore campaign, hitting .551 with 43 hits, 39 runs, eight RBIs, 31 stolen bases and an on-base percentage of .598 … Notched 79 putouts and 12 assists as a center fielder her junior season … Named First-Team All-League her sophomore and junior year, along with being named Offensive Player of the Year … Named to the Diamond Classic All-Tournament Team her junior season … Received the All-American National Christian School Athletic Association Award her junior year … With her travel ball team, the Orange County Batbusters, finished second in the 2011 Independence Tournament in Colorado and fifth in the 2011 Premier Tournament in Huntington Beach, Calif.

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Fr. • OF • 5-4 • L-R • HS Murrieta, Calif. (Murrieta Valley)

PERSONAL: Born Loryn Kaitlin Nichols on May 9, 1994, in Pasadena, Calif. … The daughter of Noah and Tracie Nichols … Plans to major in kinesiology with a minor in education at Mississippi State … Chose Mississippi State over UCLA.


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Fr. • RHP • 5-7 • R-R • HS Round Rock, Texas (Stony Point)

PRE-COLLEGE: Recent graduate of Stony Point High School under Head Coach Christen Jones … Played on the Platinum 16U & 18U Gold squad for Head Coach Kelsey Sage … Named team MVP at SPHS her senior season, while also earning all-district, allcentex and all-state honors … Named to the Austin All-Star team … Finished high school career with a 96-36 overall record inside the circle and 1,191 strikeouts … Notched a 1.18 ERA and struck out 211 batters over 163 innings her junior season … Named District 16-5A Pitcher of the Year and Team MVP, as well as an All-Centex Second Team pitcher … Honorable mention Texas All-State pitcher, District 16-5A Pitcher of the Year and Team MVP her sophomore season, where she had a 0.81 ERA and fanned 276 batters over 173 innings pitched … Also named to the All-Central Texas and All-Centrex Second Team … Participated in the 2010 ESPN Rise Premier National Softball Championships in Huntingon Beach, Calif. … Took second place in the Premier Girls 16U Fastpitch Qualifier … Played the first part of her sophomore season for Bartlesville High School in Oklahoma, earning All-Centennial Conference MVP honors, Defensive Player of the Year and Tulsa World Athlete of the Week … Finished her season in Oklahoma with 187 strikeouts in 138 innings, along with a 1.14 ERA … Struck out a school-record 25 batters in the regional championship … Also named MVP of the regional tournament en route to capturing the conference and regional championship … Named to the All-State Metro Second Team … Was a Class 6A semifinalist … Led all 6A pitchers in total strikeouts (351) … Named Academic All-Conference freshman at Bartlesville … Started in the circle as

a freshman on her varsity squad in 2008-09, owning a 0.84 ERA, while striking out 381 batters over 250 innings … Earned First-Team All-Centennial Conference honors and was named Defensive Player of the Year … Was named MVP in the regional tournament … Finished second in the 2009 AFA and USFA 16U National Tournament … Played for the Tulsa Elite 18U Gold squad in 2009, after playing for the OK Energizers (2008-09, 18U Gold), OK Strikers (2005-09, 14U & 16U) and OK Select (2004-08, 12U & 14U). PERSONAL: Born Jacey Noelle Punches on Dec. 5, 1993, in Tulsa, Okla. … The daughter of Solid and Kristi Punches … Has one sibling, Jordan (21) … Plans to major in pre-dental and minor in finance at Mississippi State … Chose the Bulldogs over LSU and Ole Miss.

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PERSONAL: Born Kayla Camille Winkfield on April 14, 1994, in Austin, Texas … The daughter of William and Patricia Winkfield … Plans to major in kinesiology and minor in psychology at Mississippi State.

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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW HIGHLIGHTS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Mississippi State made its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2009. The Bulldogs earned their 12th SEC Tournament berth in school history and earned berths in back-to-back tournaments for the first time since 2007-08. State had its first 30-win season since 2008, despite having the fourth-toughest strength of schedule in the country. MSU recorded its best April in school history with a sparkling 13-2 record. Head Coach Vann Stuedeman notched the best winning percentage by a first-year head coach in school history (.579). Stuedeman was one of only two first-time head coaches to make 2012 NCAA Tournament. The Maroon and White won 12 SEC games, the most since winning 13 in 2008. Stuedeman’s squad won a school-record 13 road games. For the first time since 1998, MSU went undefeated against teams from the state of Mississippi (8-0). The Bulldogs swept back-to-back three-game series (at Ole Miss, vs. Kentucky) for the first time since March 2001, which was also the last time State won six- consecutive conference games. State had a season-best 12-game winning streak from April 10 to May 4, the Bulldogs’ third-longest winning streak in school history and best since the 2006 team opened the season with a school-record 16-straight victories. MSU won 13-consecutive games against non-conference opponents, the longest stretch since MSU won a school-record 16 straight against non-SEC teams in 2006. In midweek games alone, MSU went a flawless 8-0 against out-of-league foes. The Maroon and White finished 9-7 in one-run games, its best winning percentage in close games since the 2002 squad went 12-4. Starkville’s Team owned the late innings, outscoring opponents 64-31 after the fifth inning with a perfect 21-0 record when leading after the fifth frame. State’s eight run-rule victories were the most since the 2008 team racked up 13 game-shortened triumphs. In nationally-televised games, the Bulldogs went 2-1, including a walk-off win against Kentucky at home and a dominating 10-3 rout at rival Ole Miss. Five different Bulldog softball players registered the game-winning RBI in at least five games. For the first time in school history, MSU won five-straight games in the state of Alabama, winning five-consecutive games in the Yellowhammer State to start the season Feb. 9-14. Mississippi State hit three grand slams in a season, most since 2010. The offense broke the school record with 202 walks in a season and 3.54 walks per game. Of MSU’s 33 victories, 18 were of the come-from-behind variety.

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On March 5, Jessica Cooley became the first player since 2010 to be named SEC Player of the Week. On March 6, Cooley became the second player in school history to be named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week. The Bulldogs had two players (Cooley and Ka’ili Smith on April 16) named SEC Player of the Week in the same season for the first time since 2004. Cooley became the only player in school history with four multiple home-run games in a single season. Smith became the third player in school history to attain 100 career walks. Smith was named to the NCAA Eugene Regional All-Tournament Team. Smith and Sam Lenahan were named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-South Region First Team. Smith became the sixth player in school history to earn multiple first-team all-region honors, while Lenahan became the fourth Bulldog sophomore in the history of the program to earn NFCA All-Region honors. Stephanie Becker threw the 13th no-hitter in school history Feb. 24, 2012 vs. South Florida, which ended up playing in the 2012 Women’s College World Series. On April 23, Becker became the first MSU hurler since 2006 to be named SEC Pitcher of the Week. Jessica Offutt broke the career (22-for-22) and single-season (17-for-17) school record for stolen base percentage (1.000) with a minimum of 20 attempts. Heidi Shape became the first player since March 2010 to record four hits in a game. Brittany Bell decided to get hit by a pitch a school-record 22 times (third in SEC history), finishing her career with 52 hit by pitches, second most in SEC history. Stuedeman’s squad started the season a perfect 5-0 in road games, its longest road winning streak since winning eight in a row from March 27 - April 19, 2001. The team tied the mark April 13-May 4 with a sweep at Ole Miss and wins at Southern Miss and Auburn. On March 7, MSU scored the most runs vs. Florida since 2004, and gave up the fewest runs vs. Florida since 2005. On March 9 in a 5-3 win vs. Georgia, the Maroon and White defeated a top-10 team at home for the seventh time in school history. On March 13 at South Carolina, MSU recorded its first SEC road shutout since 2008. The Maroon and White won three-consecutive games by one run for the first time since a 2007 series sweep of South Carolina (2-1, 4-3, 8-7). On March 16, State scored seven or more runs at LSU for the first time since 2002. State swept a series against Kentucky for the first time since 2008. Two of the three victories against UK were walk-off wins, the first time since 2007 MSU walked off in back-to-back games.

With a national audience clinging to their television sets and the capacity crowd at the MSU Softball Stadium hanging on every pitch, Mississippi State’s Sam Lenahan delivered a walk-off single in the bottom of the eighth for a 2-1 victory against Kentucky on ESPNU. Head Coach Vann Stuedeman’s victorious leap on April 21st instantly became one of the most iconic images in program history.

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2012 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE MARDI GRAS INVITATIONAL (MOBILE, ALA.) Feb. 9, 2012 at South Alabama W Feb. 10, 2012 vs. Lipscomb W Feb. 11, 2012 vs. Jacksonville State W Feb. 12, 2012 vs. Memphis W Feb. 14, 2012 at Samford W BULLDOG ROUND-ROBIN (STARKVILLE, MISS.) Feb. 17, 2012 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE L Feb. 19, 2012 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W Feb. 19, 2012 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W NFCA LEADOFF CLASSIC (CLEARWATER, FLA.) Feb. 24, 2012 vs. Louisiana L Feb. 24, 2012 vs. USF L Feb. 25, 2012 vs. Georgia Tech W Feb. 25, 2012 vs. DePaul L Feb. 26, 2012 vs. Michigan L Feb. 29, 2012 at Jackson State W BULLDOG CLASSIC (STARKVILLE, MISS.) March 2, 2012 COLUMBIA W March 2, 2012 LOUISIANA TECH W March 3, 2012 COLUMBIA W March 3, 2012 EASTERN ILLINOIS W March 4, 2012 SAMFORD W March 7, 2012 FLORIDA* L March 7, 2012 FLORIDA* L March 9, 2012 GEORGIA* W March 10, 2012 GEORGIA* L March 11, 2012 GEORGIA* L March 13, 2012 at South Carolina* W March 13, 2012 at South Carolina* W March 16, 2012 at LSU* L March 17, 2012 at LSU* L March 18, 2012 at LSU* L March 20, 2012 UAB W March 23, 2012 TENNESSEE* L March 24, 2012 TENNESSEE* L March 25, 2012 TENNESSEE* L March 28, 2012 at Mississippi Valley State W March 30, 2012 ALABAMA* L March 31, 2012 ALABAMA* L April 1, 2012 ALABAMA* L April 6, 2012 at Arkansas* W April 6, 2012 at Arkansas* W April 7, 2012 at Arkansas* L April 10, 2012 JACKSON STATE W April 13, 2012 at Ole Miss* W April 14, 2012 at Ole Miss* W April 15, 2012 at Ole Miss* W April 20, 2012 KENTUCKY* W April 21, 2012 KENTUCKY* W April 22, 2012 KENTUCKY* W April 24, 2012 MEMPHIS W April 25, 2012 at Southern Miss W April 28, 2012 TENNESSEE TECH W April 28, 2012 TENNESSEE TECH W May 4, 2012 at Auburn* W May 5, 2012 at Auburn* L May 6, 2012 at Auburn* L SEC TOURNAMENT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) May 10, 2012 at Alabama L NCAA EUGENE REGIONAL (EUGENE, ORE.) May 17, 2012 vs BYU L May 18, 2012 vs Portland State L

MSU R-H-E

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OVERALL RECORD

SEC RECORD

7-2 3-1 8-1 9-6 6-3

7-12-3 3-5-0 8-9-0 9-7-2 6-12-3

2-7-2 1-3-0 1-6-0 6-7-1 3-9-0

4-5 5-0 3-2

4-8-1 5-7-0 3-8-1

3-6 0-1 5-3 2-3 1-3 11-2

PITCHER OF RECORD

7 7 7 7 7

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Stephanie Becker (W 1-0) Kylie Vry (W 1-0) Kylie Vry (W 2-0) Lindsey Dunlap (W 1-0) Stephanie Becker (W 2-0)

422 237 150 73 482

2:29 1:37 2:13 2:42 2:25

5-6-1 0-2-0 2-4-0

7 7 7

5-1 6-1 7-1

0-0 0-0 0-0

Misty Flesher (L 0-1) Kylie Vry (W 3-0) Stephanie Becker (W 3-0)

250 124 81

2:20 1:35 2:04

3-6-2 0-6-3 5-7-3 2-5-2 1-5-1 11-12-0

6-5-1 1-0-1 3-4-1 3-10-1 3-4-0 2-6-3

7 7 7 7 7 6

7-2 7-3 8-3 8-4 8-5 9-5

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Kylie Vry (L 3-1) Stephanie Becker (L 3-1) Kylie Vry (W 4-1) Lindsey Dunlap (L 1-1) Kylie Vry (L 4-2) Stephanie Becker (W 4-1)

0 0 107 107 0 49

2:01 2:05 2:06 2:08 1:57 1:48

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

11-8-1 8-5-0 12-16-2 8-14-0 11-16-0 0-1-0 5-6-0 5-7-3 0-7-1 0-4-1 10-7-1 9-10-0 7-8-2 1-8-0 0-3-2 4-7-1 0-3-2 3-10-1 0-5-3 4-6-2 4-6-0 2-4-0 3-9-1 2-5-0 7-9-0 2-5-0 12-12-1 5-6-0 2-2-0 10-14-1 4-4-1 2-5-1 3-4-2 9-7-0 1-7-0 6-3-0 5-7-1 3-4-2 1-2-0 1-5-0

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

5 5 6 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 5 7 5 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7

10-5 11-5 12-5 13-5 14-5 14-6 14-7 15-7 15-8 15-9 16-9 17-9 17-10 17-11 17-12 18-12 18-13 18-14 18-15 19-15 19-16 19-17 19-18 20-18 21-18 21-19 22-19 23-19 24-19 25-19 26-19 27-19 28-19 29-19 30-19 31-19 32-19 33-19 33-20 33-21

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

Misty Flesher (W 1-1) Stephanie Becker (W 5-1) Misty Flesher (W 2-1) Stephanie Becker (W 6-1) Stephanie Becker (W 7-1) Stephanie Becker (L 7-2) Lindsey Dunlap (L 1-2) Stephanie Becker (W 8-2) Stephanie Becker (L 8-3) Kylie Vry (L 4-3) Stephanie Becker (W 9-3) Kylie Vry (W 5-3) Kylie Vry (L 5-4) Stephanie Becker (L 9-4) Stephanie Becker (L 9-5) Stephanie Becker (W 10-5) Stephanie Becker (L 10-6) Kylie Vry (L 5-5) Stephanie Becker (L 10-7) Misty Flesher (W 3-1) Stephanie Becker (L 10-8) Kylie Vry (L 5-6) Stephanie Becker (L 10-9) Stephanie Becker (W 11-9) Kylie Vry (W 6-6) Stephanie Becker (L 11-10) Kylie Vry (W 7-6) Kylie Vry (W 8-6) Stephanie Becker (W 12-10) Stephanie Becker (W 13-10) Stephanie Becker (W 14-10) Stephanie Becker (W 15-10) Stephanie Becker (W 16-10) Kylie Vry (W 9-6) Stephanie Becker (W 17-10) Misty Flesher (W 4-1) Lindsey Dunlap (W 2-2) Stephanie Becker (W 18-10) Lindsey Dunlap (L 2-3) Kylie Vry (L 9-7)

97 63 151 179 128 - 319 209 337 152 - 417 1022 1397 1098 251 239 813 374 237 461 509 316 - 528 686 89 429 537 521 579 889 671 289 450 356 356 508 565 555

1:43 1:24 2:25 1:35 2:31 1:50 2:22 2:32 2:01 2:03 2:40 1:49 2:41 2:01 2:19 2:15 1:45 2:47 1:46 2:16 2:53 2:38 2:42 1:58 2:00 1:47 1:43 2:16 1:51 2:50 2:11 2:36 2:38 1:54 1:52 1:45 2:20 2:08 1:43 2:00

2-5

2-5-1

5-8-1

7

33-22

12-16

Kylie Vry (L 9-8)

2691

2:47

3-4 0-2

3-10-1 0-2-1

4-8-0 2-5-0

(9) 7

33-23 33-24

12-16 12-16

Kylie Vry (L 9-9) Kylie Vry (L 9-10)

673 350

2:56 1:57

ATTENDANCE TIME

CAPS = Home Game * = Conference Game ( ) = Extra Innings

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2012 FINAL STATS BATTING PLAYER

AVG GP-GS AB

Rachael Zdeb Brittany Bell Ka’ili Smith Sam Lenahan Jessica Cooley Jessica Offutt Heidi Shape Brittany Gates Ashley Phillips Shelby Fisher C. Vanlandingham Chrissie Rovtar Swayze Hollenhead Erin Nesbit Erika Gaul Megan Nesbit Caitlin Wenzel Shana Sherrod Totals Opponents

.500 .368 .355 .321 .310 .268 .259 .245 .217 .194 .185 .182 .172 .162 .000 .000 .000 .000 .274 .224

R

H 2B 3B HR RBI

5-0 2 0 1 57-57 152 40 56 57-57 166 38 59 57-57 168 26 54 57-56 158 37 49 57-57 157 22 42 57-57 162 17 42 50-42 110 15 27 43-7 23 15 5 52-52 134 18 26 17-7 27 0 5 29-1 22 0 4 16-8 29 4 5 57-55 136 21 22 1-0 1 0 0 1-0 1 0 0 1-0 1 0 0 6-0 0 1 0 57-57 1449 254 397 57-57 1386 194 310

0 10 11 7 3 2 7 0 1 3 1 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 52 39

0 3 1 0 0 3 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 11

0 9 5 2 15 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 35 27

0 35 30 28 41 14 30 6 0 10 1 6 0 12 0 0 0 0 213 160

TB SLG% BB 1 99 87 67 97 50 56 27 10 34 6 5 5 34 0 0 0 0 578 452

.500 .651 .524 .399 .614 .318 .346 .245 .435 .254 .222 .227 .172 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .399 .326

HBP

0 29 44 21 28 9 15 11 5 23 1 2 0 14 0 0 0 0 202 184

0 22 3 7 2 1 5 1 3 3 1 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 57 48

SO 1 24 16 39 41 23 22 17 4 32 8 2 11 40 0 1 1 0 282 358

OB% .500 .525 .495 .418 .420 .310 .337 .320 .419 .325 .241 .357 .226 .253 .000 .000 .000 .000 .383 .333

SF SH SB-SBA 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 11

0 3 2 3 4 4 6 1 0 3 1 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 34 35

0-0 9-11 12-18 4-4 14-18 17-17 9-9 12-15 9-11 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 5-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 92-114 83-99

Overall Left On Base - MSU (387), Opp (350); Double Plays Turned - MSU (16), Opp (15); Triple Plays Turned - MSU (0), Opp (1); Intentional Base on Balls - MSU (2), Opp (2).

PITCHING PLAYER

Misty Flesher Stephanie Becker Lindsey Dunlap Kylie Vry Shana Sherrod Totals Opponents

ERA W-L APP-GS CG SHO SV 2.30 4-1 2.49 18-10 3.32 2-3 3.39 9-10 5.73 0-0 2.88 33-24 3.54 24-33

10-2 43-36 23-4 34-15 8-0 57-57 57-57

1 12 0 7 0 20 26

0/0 2/1 0/0 2/0 0/1 5/1 8/0

0 0 2 3 0 5 5

IP H

21.1 182.2 44.1 122.0 3.2 374.0 370.0

R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR

21 10 149 86 25 24 106 70 9 4 310 194 397 254

7 10 12 65 64 163 21 52 61 59 56 117 3 2 5 154 184 358 187 202 282

4 23 1 10 1 39 52

1 5 1 4 0 11 12

1 13 3 10 0 27 35

AB B/AVG. WP HBP BK

81 675 150 459 21 1386 1449

.259 .221 .167 .231 .429 .224 .274

2 8 4 9 1 24 15

1 23 11 13 0 48 57

0 1 2 2 2 7 1

Passed Balls - MSU (21), Opp (19); Pickoffs - MSU (1), Opp (1); SBA/SBA - K. Smith (77-89), S. Becker (38-43), K. Vry (26-33), L. Dunlap (17-19), S. Lenahan (6-10), M. Flesher (0-2), S. Sherrod (2-2).

FIELDING Player

C

Misty Flesher 6 Lindsey Dunlap 5 Ashley Phillips 2 Rachael Zdeb 1 Ka’ili Smith 419 Shelby Fisher 277 Kylie Vry 29 Jessica Offutt 55 Stephanie Becker 24 Brittany Gates 46 Erin Nesbit 164 Sam Lenahan 195 Heidi Shape 182 Jessica Cooley 58 Swayze Hollenhead 27 C. Vanlandingham 15 Brittany Bell 5 Erika Gaul 0 Chrissie Rovtar 0 Megan Nesbit 0 Shana Sherrod 0 Caitlin Wenzel 0 Totals 1510 Opponents 1667

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PO

1 2 2 1 382 260 4 52 10 41 77 118 103 50 7 8 4 0 0 0 0 0 1122 1110

A

5 3 0 0 33 10 24 1 13 3 79 67 69 4 17 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 332 476

E

0 0 0 0 4 7 1 2 1 2 8 10 10 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 56 81

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .990 .975 .966 .964 .958 .957 .951 .949 .945 .931 .889 .800 .800 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .963 .951

DPs 0 0 0 0 7 10 1 0 0 2 6 4 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 15

SBA 0 17 0 0 77 0 26 0 38 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 83 92

CSB 2 2 0 0 12 0 7 0 5 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 22

SBA% .000 .895 - - .865 - .788 - .884 - - .600 - - - - - - - - 1.000 - .838 .807

PB 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 19

CI

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2


2012 STATS BREAKDOWN TEAM STREAKS Longest Winning Streak: 12 Games April 3 - May 4: Jackson State, at Ole Miss (three games), Kentucky (three games), Memphis, at Southern Miss, Tennessee Tech (two games) at Auburn Longest SEC Winning Streak: Seven Games April 13 - May 4: at Ole Miss (three games), Kentucky (three games), at Auburn Longest Non-Conference Winning Streak: 13 Games Feb. 28 - April 28: at Jackson State, Columbia (two games), Louisiana Tech, Eastern Illinois, Samford, UAB, Mississippi Valley State, Jackson State, Memphis, at Southern Miss, Tennessee Tech (two games) Longest Losing Streak: Five Games May 5-18: at Auburn (two games), vs. #2 Alabama (SEC Tournament), vs. BYU (NCAA Tournament), vs. Portland State (NCAA Tournament) Longest Home Winning Streak: Seven Games (Twice) Feb. 19 - March 4: SIU-Edwardsville, Mississippi Valley State, Columbia (two games), Louisiana Tech, Eastern Illinois, Samford April 10-28: Jackson State, Kentucky (three games), Memphis, Tennessee Tech (two games) Longest Home Losing Streak: Six Games March 23 - April 1: #12 Tennessee (three games), #2 Alabama (three games) Longest Road/Neutral Site Winning Streak: Five Games (Twice) Feb. 9-14: at South Alabama, vs. Lipscomb, vs. Jacksonville State, vs. Memphis, at Samford April 13 - May 4: at Ole Miss (three games), at Southern Miss, at Auburn Longest Road/Neutral Site Losing Streak: Five Games May 5-18: at Auburn (two games), vs. #2 Alabama (SEC Tournament), vs. BYU (NCAA Tournament), vs. Portland State (NCAA Tournament) Longest game (innings): Nine Innings May 17: vs. BYU (NCAA Tournament) Longest game (time): 2:56 May 17: vs. BYU (NCAA Tournament)

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS TEAM

Largest Margin Of Victory: 10 - March 2 vs. Columbia (W, 11-1, 5 inn.) Largest Margin Of Defeat: 11 - April 7 at Arkansas (L, 2-13, 5 inn.) Most At-Bats: 35 (Twice) - March 4 vs. Samford (W, 11-5) & April 15 at Ole Miss (W, 10-3) Most Runs Scored: 12 (Twice) - March 3 vs. Columbia (W, 12-4, 6 inn.) & April 10 vs. Jackson State (W, 12-3, 5 inn.) Most Runs Allowed: 13 - April 7 at Arkansas (L, 2-13, 5 inn.) Most Earned Runs Allowed: 13 - April 7 at Arkansas (L, 2-13, 5 inn.) Most Hits: 16 (Twice) - March 3 vs. Columbia (W, 12-4, 6 inn.) & March 4 vs. Samford (W, 11-5) Most Hits Allowed: 13 - March 24 vs. #12 Tennessee (L, 3-10) Most Runs Batted In: 11 - Feb. 29 at Jackson State (W, 11-2, 6 inn.) Most Stolen Bases: 5 - April 28 vs. Tennessee Tech (W, 6-2) Most Times Caught Stealing: 2 - Four Times Most Runners Left On Base: 12 - March 20 vs. UAB (W, 4-3) Most Putouts In A Game: 26 - May 17 vs. BYU (NCAA Tournament) (L, 3-4, 9 inn.) Most Assists: 13 - Feb. 11 vs. Jacksonville State (W, 8-1) Most Errors: 3 - Six Times Most Double Plays Turned: 2 - Three Times

PITCHING Most Consecutive Pitching Wins: 6, Stephanie Becker (April 14 - May 10) Most Consecutive Losses: 4 - Twice, Stephanie Becker (March 24 - April 1) & Kylie Vry (May 6-18) Most Innings Pitched: 7.0 - 15 Times, last by Stephanie Becker at Southern Miss (April 25) Most Runs Allowed: 10 - Kylie Vry vs. #12 Tennessee (March 24) Most Earned Runs Allowed: 10 - Kylie Vry vs. #12 Tennessee (March 24) Most Walks Allowed: 8 - Stephanie Becker vs. #2 Alabama (March 30) Most Strikeouts: 11 - Kylie Vry at Arkansas (April 6) Most Hits Allowed: 13 - Kylie Vry vs. #12 Tennessee (March 24)

FIELDING Most Putouts: 13 - Twice, Ka’ili Smith vs. Jacksonville State (Feb. 11) & BYU (NCAA Tournament) (May 17) Most Assists: 5 - Four Times, last by Sam Lenahan vs. BYU (NCAA Tournament) (May 17) Most Errors: 2 - Twice, Swayze Hollenhead at South Alabama (Feb. 9) & Sam Lenahan vs. USF (Feb. 24)

MULTIPLE-HIT GAMES Brittany Bell Sam Lenahan Ka’ili Smith Jessica Cooley Heidi Shape Jessica Offutt Brittany Gates Shelby Fisher Erin Nesbit Ashley Phillips TEAM

3 1 3 3 2 - 3 - 1 - 1 14

4 - - - - 1 - - - - - 1

5+ - - - - - - - - - - 0

Total 16 16 15 14 13 9 8 2 2 1 96

5+ 2 - - - - - - - - - 2

Total 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 46

MULTIPLE-RBI GAMES Jessica Cooley Brittany Bell Heidi Shape Ka’ili Smith Sam Lenahan Jessica Offutt Shelby Fisher Erin Nesbit Brittany Gates Chrissie Rovtar TEAM

INDIVIDUAL

Longest Hitting Streak: Eight Games - Shelby Fisher (Feb. 9-19) & Ka’ili Smith (Twice: Feb. 11-24 & March 20 - April 1) Longest Reaching Base Safely Streak: 23 Games - Brittany Bell (Feb. 9 - March 10) Most At-Bats: 5 - Three Times, last by Jessica Cooley & Sam Lenahan at Ole Miss (April 15) Most Runs Scored: 3 - Four Times, last by Ka’ili Smith at Arkansas (April 6) Most Hits: 4 - Heidi Shape at Jackson State (Feb. 29) Most Runs Batted In: 5 - Twice, Jessica Cooley at Jackson State (Feb. 29) & vs. Samford (March 4) Most Doubles: 2 - Ka’ili Smith vs. SIU-Edwardsville (Feb. 17) Most Triples: 2 - Ashley Phillips vs. Columbia (March 3) Most Home Runs: 2 - Five Times, last by Jessica Cooley vs. Memphis (April 24) Most Total Bases: 10 - Jessica Cooley vs. Jackson State (April 10) Most Walks: 3 - Five Times, last by Sam Lenahan vs. Kentucky (April 20) Most Strikeouts: 3 - Five Times, last by Jessica Cooley at Auburn (May 6) Most Sacrifice Flies: 1 - Six Times, last by Heidi Shape at Ole Miss (April 15) Most Sacrifice Hits: 2 - Heidi Shape at South Carolina (March 13) Most Stolen Bases: 2 - 10 Times, last by Jessica Cooley & Ka’ili Smith vs. Tennessee Tech (April 28) Most Times Caught Stealing: 1, 22 Times

2 15 13 12 12 12 6 8 1 2 - 81

2 4 3 4 5 4 4 2 2 1 - 29

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

4 3 2 1 1 - - 1 - - - 8

GAME-WINNING RBI’S & RUNS RBI Ka'ili Smith Heidi Shape Brittany Bell Sam Lenahan Jessica Cooley Erin Nesbit Jessica Offutt Shelby Fisher Chrissie Rovtar Briana Bell

SEASON CAREER 6 14 6 8 5 14 5 10 5 7 2 7 2 2 1 1 1 1 - 2

RUNS Brittany Bell Sam Lenahan Jessica Cooley Ka’ili Smith Erin Nesbit Shelby Fisher Jessica Offutt Heidi Shape Ashley Phillips Brittany Gates Briana Bell

SEASON CAREER 8 20 7 7 6 8 3 12 3 8 2 3 2 2 1 5 1 1 - 5 - 1

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SCHOOL RECORDS GAME BATTING

SEASON BATTING

PITCHING

AT-BATS 6 - 13x, last: Jennifer Nelson at LSU, March 19, 2002

BATTING AVERAGE .536 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 (55 games)

APPEARANCES 53 - Kasey Whitehead, 2002

RUNS 5 - Michelle Gates vs. Alabama State, March 1, 1997

AT-BATS 243 - Keri McCallum, 2000 (71 games)

GAMES STARTED 38 - Autumn Anderson, 1999

HITS 5 - Shawna Feldt at Georgia, March 22, 1998

RUNS 83 - Iyhia McMichael, 2004 (65 games)

DOUBLES 3 - Jenny Hehnke vs. Tulsa, Feb. 23, 1997

RUNS PER GAME 1.28 - Iyhia McMichael, 2004 (83 in 65 games)

COMPLETE GAMES 25 - Autumn Anderson, 1998 (38 games started) 25 - Jennifer Pursell, 2000 (35 games started)

TRIPLES 3 - Hayle Guess vs. Ole Miss, April 7, 2007

HITS 100 - Keri McCallum, 2000 (71 games)

HOME RUNS 2 - 18x, last: Jessica Cooley vs. Memphis, April 24, 2012

DOUBLES 22 - Keri McCallum, 1999 (67 games)

TOTAL BASES 10 - 2x, last: Jessica Cooley vs. Jackson State, April 10, 2012

DOUBLES PER GAME 0.33 - Keri McCallum, 1999 (22 in 67 games)

RUNS BATTED IN 7 - 2x, last: Hayle Guess vs. Pacific, May 18, 2007

TRIPLES 11 - Keri McCallum, 1997 (54 games) 11 - Keri McCallum, 2000 (71 games)

BASE ON BALLS 4 - Katie Cooley vs. LSU, March 30, 2005

TRIPLES PER GAME 0.20 - Keri McCallum, 1997 (11 in 54 games)

STOLEN BASES 5 - Chelsea Bramlett vs. Louisiana-Monroe, Feb. 8, 2009

HOME RUNS 18 - Iyhia McMichael, 2003 (64 games)

HIT BY PITCH 2 - 13x, last: Brittany Bell at Ole Miss, April 13, 2012

HOME RUNS PER GAME 0.28 - Iyhia McMichael, 2003 (18 in 64 games)

PITCHING

TOTAL BASES 158 - Courtney Bures, 2005 (66 games)

INNINGS PITCHED 10.0 - 7x, last: Lindsey Dunlap vs. Auburn, April 22, 2009

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 70 AB) .836 - Iyhia McMichael, 2004 (153 TB in 183 AB)

STRIKEOUTS 14 - 2x, last: Autumn Anderson vs. Siena, March 14, 1998

RUNS BATTED IN 65 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 (67 games)

FIELDING

RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME 0.98 - Iyhia McMichael, 2003 (63 in 64 games)

PUTOUTS 18 - Kate Jaspers vs. Georgia Tech, May 8, 2004

BASE ON BALLS 51 - Iyhia McMichael, 2004 (65 games)

ASSISTS 9 - Karrie Rider at Alabama, April 24, 1999

INTENTIONAL BASE ON BALLS 13 - Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 (61 games)

ERRORS 4 - Jenny Hehnke vs. Arkansas, March 29, 1997

BASE ON BALLS PER GAME 0.79 - Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 (48 in 61 games) STOLEN BASES 61 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 (55 games) STOLEN BASES PER GAME 1.11 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 (61 in 55 games) STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 20 ATT) 0.97 - Iyhia McMichael, 2003 (36 of 37 in 64 games) HIT BY PITCH 22 - Brittany Bell, 2012 (57 games)

INNINGS PITCHED 275.2 - Autumn Anderson, 1998 (50 appearances) VICTORIES 26 - Autumn Anderson, 1998 (13 losses) 26 - Jennifer Pursell, 2000 (16 losses) WINNING PERCENTAGE .900 - Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 (9-1) SAVES 14 - Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 (41 appearances) EARNED RUN AVERAGE 0.79 - Kim Davis, 1986 (11 ER in 97.2 IP) SHUTOUTS 8 - Autumn Anderson, 1998 (26 victories) STRIKEOUTS 246 - Autumn Anderson, 1998 (275.2 IP) STRIKEOUT RATIO (SO PER 7 IP) 7.23 - Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 (77 in 74.2 IP)

FIELDING TOTAL CHANCES 511 - Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 (66 games) PUTOUTS 477 - Sammie Jo Bailey, 2007 (62 games) ASSISTS 193 - Courtney Bures, 2007 (62 games) ERRORS 24 - Courtney Bures, 2007 (62 games) FIELDING DOUBLE PLAYS 21 - Cheri Smith, 2000 (56 games) 21 - Sammie Jo Bailey, 2007 (62 games)

MISCELLANEOUS CONSECUTIVE GAMES HITTING STREAK 25 - Iyhia McMichael, March 8 - April 9, 2003 CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES 10 - Michelle Gates, Feb. 26 - March 28, 1997 GAME-WINNING RUNS BATTED IN 12 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 (67 games) 12 - Jennifer Waterman, 2004 (65 games) GAME-WINNING RUNS SCORED 22 - Keri McCallum, 2000 (71 games)

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SCHOOL RECORDS CAREER BATTING BATTING AVERAGE .461 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2007-10 (233 games)

HIT BY PITCH 52 - Brittany Bell, 2008-12 (230 games)

PITCHING

STRIKEOUT RATIO (K PER 7 IP) 6.50 - Ragan Blake, 2005-06 (259.2 IP)

FIELDING

AT-BATS 818 - Keri McCallum, 1997-2000 (247 games)

APPEARANCES 131 - Melissa Massey, 2002-05

TOTAL CHANCES 1,687 - Cheri Smith, 1998-2001 (239 games)

RUNS 219 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2007-10 (233 games)

GAMES STARTED 103 - Melissa Massey, 2002-05

PUTOUTS 1,430 - Cheri Smith, 1998-2001 (239 games)

RUNS PER GAME 0.94 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2007-10 (219 in 233 games)

COMPLETE GAMES 45 - Melissa Massey, 2002-05 (103 games started)

ASSISTS 617 - Courtney Bures, 2005-2008 (251 games)

HITS 359 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2007-10 (233 games)

INNINGS PITCHED 580.2 - Melissa Massey, 2002-05 (131 appearances)

ERRORS 66 - Karrie Rider, 1997-2000 (248 games)

DOUBLES 61 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (262 games)

VICTORIES 55 - Melissa Massey, 2002-04 (41 losses)

FIELDING DOUBLE PLAYS 53 - Sammie Jo Bailey, 2006-09 (229 games)

DOUBLES PER GAME 0.23 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (61 in 262 games)

WINNING PERCENTAGE .757 - Kim Davis, 1985-86 (28-9)

TRIPLES 38 - Keri McCallum, 1997-2000 (247 games)

SAVES 32 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (105 appearances)

GAMES PLAYED 262 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002

TRIPLES PER GAME 0.15 - Keri McCallum, 1997-2000 (38 in 247 games)

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1.26 - Kim Davis, 1985-86 (43 ER in 239.0 IP)

CONSECUTIVE SUCCESSFUL STOLEN BASES 63 - Chelsea Bramlett, Apr. 22, 2009 - Apr. 18, 2010

HOME RUNS 44 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (262 games)

SHUTOUTS 14 - Kelli Miller (2004-07); Melissa Massey (2002-05)

CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS 29.0 - Autumn Anderson, May 8-10, 1998

HOME RUNS PER GAME .17 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (44 in 262 games)

CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS 3 - Autumn Anderson, May 9-10, 1998

GRAND SLAMS 2 - Kasey Whitehead, 2000-02 2 - Iyhia McMichael, 2001-04 2 - Jessie Bailey, 2007-10 2 - Brittany Bell, 2008-12 2 - Ka’ili Smith, 2009-12

GAME-WINNING RUNS BATTED IN 28 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-02 (262 games) 28 - Iyhia McMichael, 2001-04 (258 games)

STRIKEOUTS 406 - Autumn Anderson, 1998-99 (529.2 IP)

TOTAL BASES 529 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (262 games) SLUGGING PERCENTAGE .713 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (529 TB in 742 AB)

MISCELLANEOUS

GAME-WINNING RUNS SCORED 50 - Keri McCallum, 1997-00 (247 games)

Brittany Bell broke the single-season school record by being hit by a pitch 22 times in 2012, while ranking 16th in the country with a .525 on-base percentage. Bell was hit by a pitch a school-record 52 times in her Bulldog career, ranking second in SEC history.

RUNS BATTED IN 193 - Courtney Bures, 2005-08 (251 games) RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME 0.77 - Courtney Bures, 2005-2008 (193 in 251 games) BASES ON BALLS 177 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (262 games) INTENTIONAL BASES ON BALLS 34 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (262 games) BASES ON BALLS PER GAME 0.68 - Kellie Wilkerson, 1999-2002 (177 in 262 games) STOLEN BASES 207 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2007-10 (233 games) STOLEN BASES PER GAME 0.89 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2007-10 (233 games) STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 30 ATT) 0.92 - Chelsea Bramlett, 2007-10 (207 of 224 in 233 games)

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS BATTING AT-BATS No. 1. 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Ariana Benardo vs. Alabama State...............................March 1, 1997 Jenny Hehnke vs. Alabama State.................................March 1, 1997 Nichole Henry vs. Alabama State.................................March 1, 1997 Michelle Gates at Kentucky.............................................April 11, 1997 Nichole Henry at Kentucky..............................................April 11, 1997 Karrie Rider at Kentucky...................................................April 11, 1997 Blaire Brown vs. Texas.......................................................March 1, 2002 Kate Jaspers vs. Texas........................................................March 1, 2002 Krystal Tillman vs. Texas...................................................March 1, 2002 Kasey Whitehead vs. Texas..............................................March 1, 2002 Kellie Wilkerson vs. Texas.................................................March 1, 2002 Jennifer Nelson at LSU.................................................. March 19, 2002 Iyhia McMichael at LSU................................................. March 19, 2002

RUNS No. 1. 5 2. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 10. 3

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Michelle Gates vs. Alabama State................................March 1, 1997 Jenny Hehnke vs. Tulsa.......................................................Feb. 23, 1997 Nichole Henry vs. Alabama State.................................March 1, 1997 Kendell Kimbrough vs. Alabama State.......................March 1, 1997 Keri McCallum vs. Tennessee..........................................April 14, 2000 Iyhia McMichael vs. Samford...........................................Feb. 16, 2003 Iyhia McMichael vs. Bradley............................................... Feb. 6, 2004 Courtney Bures vs. Seton Hall.........................................Feb. 23, 2007 Hayle Guess vs. Charleston Southern.........................March 7, 2008 94 Different Times

HITS No. 1. 5 2. 4 DOUBLES No. 1. 3 2. 2

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Shawna Feldt at Georgia.............................................. March 22, 1998 28 Different Times

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Jenny Hehnke vs. Tulsa.......................................................Feb. 23, 1997 62 Different Times

TRIPLES No. 1. 3 2. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Hayle Guess vs. Ole Miss.....................................................April 7, 2007 Keri McCallum vs. South Carolina............................. March 22, 1997 Keri McCallum vs. Belmont...............................................Feb. 19, 2000 Iyhia McMichael vs. Samford...........................................Feb. 16, 2003 Blaire Brown vs. Alabama A&M.......................................Feb. 20, 2004 Brandi Watkins vs. Alabama A&M..................................Feb. 20, 2004 Iyhia McMichael vs. Mississippi Valley State...............Feb. 21, 2004 Courtney Bures vs. Long  Beach State..................... March 11, 2006 Ashley Phillips vs. Columbia.............................March 3, 2012

HOME RUNS No. 1. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Michelle Gates at Alabama State..................................March 1, 1997 Michelle Gates vs. Evansville............................................Feb. 28, 1998 Kellie Wilkerson vs. Jacksonville State..................... March 12, 1999 Kellie Wilkerson at Alabama............................................April 23, 1999 Kellie Wilkerson vs. Northwestern State......................Feb. 18, 2000 Kellie Wilkerson at Ole Miss......................................... March 27, 2001 Kellie Wilkerson vs. North Carolina..............................March 8, 2002 Iyhia McMichael at Ole Miss............................................April 10, 2003 Jennifer Waterman vs. Villanova.....................................Feb. 28, 2004 Jennifer Waterman at Kentucky................................. March 27, 2004 Courtney Bures vs. Mississippi Valley State.................. Feb. 6, 2005 Hayle Guess vs. Jacksonville.............................................Feb. 10, 2006 Katie Cooley at Southern Miss.......................................April 24, 2007 Brittany Bell at Samford.....................................................Feb. 14, 2012 Jessica Cooley vs. Columbia..............................March 3, 2012 Jessica Cooley at Arkansas..................................April 7, 2012 Jessica Cooley vs. Jackson State.......................April 10, 2012 Jessica Cooley vs. Memphis...............................April 24, 2012

RUNS BATTED IN No. Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date 1. 7 Iyhia McMichael vs. Samford...........................................Feb. 16, 2003 7 Hayle Guess vs. Pacific........................................................May 18, 2007 3. 6 Michelle Gates vs. Alabama State................................March 1, 1997 6 Kate Jaspers vs. Bradley....................................................... Feb. 6, 2004 5. 5 Kendell Kimbrough vs. Alabama State.......................March 1, 1997 5 Keri McCallum vs. Tennessee State..............................March 1, 1997 5 Kellie Wilkerson vs. Auburn................................................May 8, 1999 5 Krystal Tillman at Tennessee....................................... March 31, 2001 5 Tanelda McDonald vs. Jackson State.............................. Feb. 8, 2004 5 Jennifer Waterman at Kentucky................................. March 27, 2004 5 Courtney Bures vs. Purdue................................................Feb. 11, 2007 5 Katie Cooley at Southern Miss.......................................April 24, 2007 5 Jessie Spain vs. Louisiana-Monroe................................... Feb. 8, 2009 5 Ka’ili Smith vs. Oregon State............................................Feb. 20, 2010 5 Ka’ili Smith vs. Georgetown......................................... March 13, 2010 5 Jessica Cooley at Jackson State......................... Feb. 29, 2012 5 Jessica Cooley vs. Samford................................March 4, 2012

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TOTAL BASES No. Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date 1. 10 Iyhia McMichael vs. Samford...........................................Feb. 16, 2003 10 Jessica Cooley vs. Jackson State.......................April 10, 2012 3. 9 Michelle Gates vs. Alabama State................................March 1, 1997 9 Michelle Gates vs. Evansville............................................Feb. 28, 1998 9 Kellie Wilkerson vs. Northwestern State......................Feb. 18, 2000 9 Hayle Guess vs. Jacksonville.............................................Feb. 10, 2006 9 Hayle Guess vs. Ole Miss.....................................................April 7, 2007 9 Katie Cooley at Southern Miss.......................................April 24, 2007 9 Jessica Cooley vs. Columbia..............................March 3, 2012 BASES ON BALLS No. Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date 1. 4 Katie Cooley vs. LSU....................................................... March 30, 2005 2. 3 35 Different Times STOLEN BASES No. Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date 1. 5 Chelsea Bramlett vs. Louisiana-Monroe......................... Feb. 8, 2009 2. 4 Chelsea Bramlett vs. South Carolina..............................April 1, 2007 4 Chelsea Bramlett at Mississippi Valley State..............Feb. 25, 2009 4 Chelsea Bramlett vs. Troy.................................................March 5, 2010 4 Chelsea Bramlett vs. East Tennessee State............ March 13, 2010 6. 3 16 Different Times

PITCHING INNINGS No. 1. 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 8. 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Michelle Gates vs. Georgia........................................... March 26, 1997 Alicia Judd vs. Louisiana Tech.........................................April 25, 1997 Autumn Anderson vs. Missouri.......................................Feb. 21, 1998 Autumn Anderson vs. Samford......................................April 21, 1998 Jennifer Pursell vs. LSU........................................................April 7, 2000 Lindsey Dunlap at Georgia..............................................April 15, 2009 Lindsey Dunlap vs. Auburn.............................................April 22, 2009 Autumn Anderson at Arkansas.................................. March 28, 1998 Autumn Anderson vs. Florida.........................................April 30, 1999 Autumn Anderson vs. LSU................................................May 15, 1999 Jennifer Pursell vs. Stanford...........................................March 5, 2000

STRIKEOUTS No. 1. 14 14 3. 13 4. 12 12 12 12 12 9. 11

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Autumn Anderson vs. Jacksonville State.....................Feb. 20, 1998 Autumn Anderson vs. Siena........................................ March 14, 1998 Autumn Anderson vs. Samford......................................April 21, 1998 Stephanie Comeaux at UAB...........................................March 8, 2005 Ragan Blake vs. East Tennessee State...........................Feb. 19, 2006 Ragan Blake vs. Samford.................................................March 1, 2006 Ragan Blake vs. Mercer................................................. March 11, 2006 Ragan Blake vs. Mississippi Valley State.................. March 21, 2006 6 Different Times

FIELDING PUTOUTS No. 1. 18 2. 17 3. 16 16 5. 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Kate Jaspers vs. Georgia Tech............................................May 8, 2004 Sammie Jo Bailey vs. Nebraska.......................................Feb. 24, 2007 Cheri Smith vs. Missouri.....................................................Feb. 21, 1998 Katie Johnson vs. North Carolina State.......................... Feb. 5, 2005 Nichole Henry vs. Louisiana-Monroe...........................April 23, 1997 Nichole Henry at Ole Miss................................................April 30, 1997 Nichole Henry vs. Siena................................................ March 14, 1998 Cheri Smith vs. Siena...................................................... March 14, 1998 Cheri Smith vs. Boston University............................. March 11, 2000 Cheri Smith vs. Tennessee................................................April 14, 2000 Kate Jaspers vs. Temple................................................. March 10, 2001 Kate Jaspers vs. Ole Miss..................................................April 20, 2004 Kate Jaspers vs. California.................................................May 21, 2004

ASSISTS No. 1. 9 2. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 10. 7

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Karrie Rider at Alabama....................................................April 24, 1999 Karrie Rider at Ole Miss.....................................................April 30, 1997 Karrie Rider at Auburn.......................................................April 30, 2000 Michelle Gates vs. Utah......................................................Feb. 12, 2000 Jennifer Jessup vs. Tennessee Tech...............................Feb. 18, 2001 Iyhia McMichael vs. Michigan State............................March 9, 2001 Kasey Whitehead vs. Georgia Tech...............................April 19, 2001 Callye Williams vs. Auburn.................................................April 3, 2004 Courtney Bures vs. Auburn.......................................... March 24, 2007 13 Different Times

ERRORS No. 1. 4 2. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Player vs. Opponent............................................................Date Jenny Hehnke vs. Arkansas......................................... March 29, 1997 Michelle Gates vs. Utah State..........................................Feb. 13, 2000 Faith Robinson at Arkansas.............................................April 28, 2002 Callye Williams at South Carolina.................................March 8, 2003 Callye Williams at Ole Miss...............................................April 10, 2003 Hayle Guess vs. UC-Santa Barbara.................................Feb. 14, 2004 Tanelda McDonald vs. California....................................Feb. 25, 2005 Courtney Bures vs. Utah State.........................................Feb. 17, 2007

MISCELLANEOUS

CONSECUTIVE GAMES HITTING STREAK No. Player................................................................................. Dates 1. 25 Iyhia McMichael.................................................March 8 - April 9, 2003 2. 24 Kellie Wilkerson.................................................Feb. 6 - March 12, 1999 3. 22 Chelsea Bramlett........................................... Feb. 14 - March 13, 2010 4. 20 Keri McCallum......................................................April 17 - May 8, 1999 20 Jennifer Nelson.............................................March 22 - April 18, 2003 6. 19 Keri McCallum.......................................May 3, 1997 - March 11, 1998 19 Keri McCallum..................................................March 11 - April 1, 2000 8. 18 Kellie Wilkerson....................................................April 17 - May 8, 1999 9. 17 Iyhia McMichael..................................................... April 3 - May 8, 2004 10. 16 Jenny Hehnke................................................March 28 - April 11, 1997 16 Keri McCallum..................................................March 14 - April 8, 1998 16 Nakita Boyce................................................... Feb. 24 - March 17, 2007 16 Chelsea Bramlett........................................... Feb. 15 - March 15, 2009 CONSECUTIVE SUCCESSFUL STOLEN BASES No. Player................................................................................. Dates 1. 63 Chelsea Bramlett................................. April 22, 2009 - April 18, 2010 2. 40 Iyhia McMichael................................... April 13, 2002 - April 26, 2003 3. 38 Chelsea Bramlett.................................. Feb. 16, 2007 - April 24, 2004 4. 29 Hayle Guess.............................................. Feb. 6, 2004 - March 1, 2006 5. 26 Chelsea Bramlett..............................................Feb. 8 - March 21, 2008 6. 22 Iyhia McMichael...................................April 12, 2001 - March 8, 2002 22 Jessica Offutt.........................................Feb. 25, 2011-Present 8. 21 Courtney Bures.................................March 21, 2006 - April 28, 2007 9. 19 Michelle Gates................................................ Feb. 15 - March 27, 1998 10. 17 Keri McCallum................................................ Feb. 11 - March 31, 2000 17 Chelsea Bramlett..........................................March 21 - April 22, 2009 CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES No. Player................................................................................. Dates 1. 10 Michelle Gates................................................ Feb. 26 - March 28, 1997 10 Stephanie Comeaux........................................Feb. 10 - March 5, 2006 3. 9 Melissa Massey.................................................... Feb. 9 - March 8, 2003 4. 8 Autumn Anderson...........................................Feb. 12 - March 6, 1999 8 Kellie Wilkerson................................................. Feb. 18 - April 19, 2001 8 Melissa Massey....................................................... April 3 - May 8, 2004 8 Ragan Blake........................................................Feb. 10 - March 1, 2006 8. 7 Jennifer Pursell..................................................Feb. 13 - March 4, 2000 7 Kasey Whitehead..........................................March 24 - April 11, 2002 7 Kelsey Nurnberg...............................................................Feb. 8-23, 2008 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS PITCHED No. Player................................................................................. Dates 1. 29.0 Autumn Anderson...........................................................May 8-10, 1998 2. 26.1 Kellie Wilkerson.................................................Feb. 6 - March 27, 2001 3. 25.0 Jennifer Pursell.................................................. April 22 - May 11, 2001 4. 24.1 Kelli Miller............................................................................Feb. 9-16, 2007 5. 21.2 Kelsey Nurnberg...............................................................Feb. 8-10, 2008 6. 21.1 Autumn Anderson........................................................ Feb. 21-28, 1998 21.1 Autumn Anderson....................................................March 24-27, 1998 8. 21.0 Autumn Anderson..........................................March 28 - April 3, 1998 9. 19.1 Jenny Hehnke................................................. Feb. 23 - March 14, 1997 19.1 Misty Flesher......................................................................Feb. 8-16, 2008

Jessica Cooley tallied four multiple-home run games in 2012 as a junior, becoming the only player in school history to accomplish the feat in a single season.


SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BATTING

AT-BATS Player 1. Keri McCallum 2. Keri McCallum 3. Karrie Rider 4. Chelsea Bramlett 5. Michelle Gates 6. Jenny Hehnke 7. Courtney Bures 8. Jennifer Nelson 9. Iyhia McMichael 10. Jenny Hehnke

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

G 71 67 71 62 69 69 66 64 67 67

AB 243 235 216 215 211 210 209 208 207 206

BATTING AVERAGE (Minimum 150 AB) Player Year 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2010 2. Chelsea Bramlett 2009 3. Iyhia McMichael 2004 4. Chelsea Bramlett 2008 5. Kellie Wilkerson 1999 6. Kellie Wilkerson 2000 7. Keri McCallum 1997 8. Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 10. Keri McCallum 2000

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

G 55 56 65 60 67 68 54 61 66 71

AB 183 88 183 200 203 181 157 167 191 243

RUNS Player 1. Iyhia McMichael 2. Keri McCallum 3. Iyhia McMichael 4. Keri McCallum 5. Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett 7. Kellie Wilkerson Chelsea Bramlett 9. Chelsea Bramlett 10. Kellie Wilkerson

Year 2004 2000 2003 1999 2007 2010 2001 2009 2008 2002

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

G 65 71 64 67 62 55 61 56 60 66

R 83 64 63 57 56 56 55 55 52 51

RUNS PER GAME (Minimum 30 Runs) Player Year 1. Iyhia McMichael 2004 2. Chelsea Bramlett 2010 3. Iyhia McMichael 2003 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 5. Melanie Morgan 1985 6. Keri McCallum 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Chelsea Bramlett 2007 9. Meg Hartnett 1985 10. Chelsea Bramlett 2008

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

G 65 55 64 56 38 71 61 62 40 60

R 83 56 63 55 36 64 55 56 35 52

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

Year 2000 2010 1999 2008 2009 2004 1999 2007 2005 2002

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

G 71 55 67 60 56 65 67 62 66 66

Hits 100 98 90 90 88 87 88 83 81 80

HITS PER GAME (Minimum 65 Hits) Player Year 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2010 2. Chelsea Bramlett 2009 3. Chelsea Bramlett 2008 4. Keri McCallum 2000 5. Kellie Wilkerson 1999 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Chelsea Bramlett 2007 8. Keri McCallum 1999 9. Jenny Hehnke 1997 10. Michelle Gates 1998 Courtney Bures 2005

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

G 55 56 60 71 67 65 62 67 56 57 66

Hits 98 88 90 100 90 87 83 88 71 70 81

DOUBLES Player 1. Keri McCallum 2. Kellie Wilkerson Jennifer Waterman 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Michelle Gates Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures 8. Michelle Gates Michelle Gates Iyhia McMichael

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

G 67 66 52 67 56 65 66 57 65 67

2B 22 18 18 17 16 16 16 15 15 15

G 52 67 56 66 57 56 67 65 66 65

2B 18 22 16 18 15 14 17 16 16 15

Player Keri McCallum Chelsea Bramlett Kellie Wilkerson Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Iyhia McMichael Keri McCallum Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Kellie Wilkerson

Year 2000 1999 2000 2007 2000 2000 2005 2003 2002 1999

Year 1999 2002 2003 1999 1997 2004 2005 1998 1999 2002

DOUBLES PER GAME (Minimum 11 Doubles) Player Year Cl. 1. Jennifer Waterman 2003 Jr. 2. Keri McCallum 1999 Jr. 3. Michelle Gates 1997 Fr. 4. Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Sr. 5. Michelle Gates 1998 So. 6. Jenny Hehnke 1997 Fr. Kellie Wilkerson 1999 Fr. Iyhia McMichael 2004 Sr. 9. Courtney Bures 2005 Fr. 10. Michelle Gates 1999 Jr.

TRIPLES Player 1. Keri McCallum Keri McCallum 3. Michelle Gates Keri McCallum Iyhia McMichael 6. Iyhia McMichael 7. Melanie Morgan Jennifer Nelson 9. Keri McCallum Kate Jaspers Courtney Bures Nakita Boyce Chelsea Bramlett Hits 98 181 87 90 90 78 67 70 80 100

Avg. 1.28 1.02 0.98 0.98 0.95 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.88 0.87

Avg. 1.78 1.57 1.50 1.41 1.34 1.34 1.34 1.31 1.27 1.23 1.23

Avg. 0.35 0.33 0.29 0.27 0.26 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.24 0.23

Avg. .536 .486 .475 .450 .443 .431 .427 .419 .419 .412

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

G 54 71 57 67 65 67 38 64 55 63 61 61 55

3B 11 11 10 10 10 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

TRIPLES PER GAME (Minimum 5 Triples) Player Year Cl. 1. Keri McCallum 1997 Fr. 2. Melanie Morgan 1985 Jr. Michelle Gates 1998 So. 4. Keri McCallum 1999 Jr. Keri McCallum 2000 Sr. Iyhia McMichael 2004 Sr. 7. Meg Hartnett 1985 Jr. 8. Iyhia McMichael 2002 So. 9. Keri McCallum 1998 So. Jennifer Nelson 2003 Sr. Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Sr.

G 54 38 57 67 71 65 40 67 55 64 55

3B 11 7 10 10 11 10 5 8 6 7 6

HOME RUNS Player 1. Iyhia McMichael 2. Courtney Bures 3. Jessica Cooley 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Kellie Wilkerson 6. Iyhia McMichael Ka’ili Smith 8. Kellie Wilkerson Brittany Bell 10. Melanie Morgan Kellie Wilkerson Katie Cooley Sammie Jo Bailey Sam Lenahan

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

G 64 66 57 61 67 65 55 66 57 38 68 62 54 55

HR 18 17 15 14 13 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 8

HOME RUNS PER GAME (Minimum 5 HR) Player Year Cl. 1. Iyhia McMichael 2003 Jr. 2. Courtney Bures 2005 Fr. Jessica Cooley 2012 Jr. 4. Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Jr. 5. Melanie Morgan 1986 Sr. 6. Kellie Wilkerson 1999 Fr. 7. Ka’ili Smith 2010 So. 8. Brittany Bell 2012 Sr. 9. Meg Hartnett 1985 Jr. Iyhia McMichael 2004 Sr. Sam Lenahan 2011 Fr.

G 64 66 57 61 38 67 55 57 40 65 55

HR 18 17 15 14 8 13 10 9 6 10 8

TOTAL BASES Player 1. Courtney Bures 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Kellie Wilkerson 4. Iyhia McMichael 5. Keri McCallum 6. Keri McCallum 7. Kellie Wilkerson 8. Kellie Wilkerson 9. Michelle Gates 10. Kellie Wilkerson

Year 1997 2000 1998 1999 2004 2002 1985 2003 1998 2003 2006 2007 2010

Year 2003 2005 2012 2001 1999 2004 2010 2002 2012 1986 2000 2005 2006 2011

Year 2005 2004 1999 2003 2000 1999 2002 2001 1998 2000

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

H 81 87 90 75 100 88 80 70 70 78

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (Minimum 70 AB) Player Year Cl. 1. Iyhia McMichael 2004 Sr. 2. Iyhia McMichael 2003 Jr. 3. Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Jr. 4. Courtney Bures 2005 Fr. 5. Kellie Wilkerson 1999 Fr. 6. Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Sr. 7. Michelle Gates 1998 So. 8. Kellie Wilkerson 2000 So. 9. Brittany Bell 2012 Sr. 10. Melanie Morgan 1985 Jr.

G 65 64 61 66 67 66 57 68 57 38

AB 183 186 167 209 203 191 184 181 152 118

RUNS BATTED IN Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Courtney Bures 4. Jennifer Waterman 5. Courtney Bures 6. Ka’ili Smith 7. Michelle Gates Iyhia McMichael 9. Kate Jaspers 10. Courtney Bures

G 67 64 61 64 66 55 56 71 63 63

RBI 65 63 56 55 54 50 48 48 47 46

RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME (Minimum 30 RBI) Player Year Cl. G 1. Iyhia McMichael 2003 Jr. 64 2. Kellie Wilkerson 1999 Fr. 67 3. Courtney Bures 2007 Jr. 61 4. Ka’ili Smith 2010 So. 55 5. Michelle Gates 1997 Fr. 56 6. Jennifer Waterman 2004 Sr. 64 7. Meg Hartnett 1985 Jr. 40 8. Courtney Bures 2005 Fr. 66 9. Kate Jaspers 2004 Sr. 63 10. Courtney Bures 2008 Sr. 63

RBI 63 65 56 50 48 55 34 54 47 46

Year 1999 2003 2007 2004 2005 2010 1997 2002 2004 2008

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

2B 16 16 17 10 11 22 18 12 15 14

STOLEN BASES Player 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2. Chelsea Bramlett 3. Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett 5. Iyhia McMichael 6. Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael 8. Kellie Wilkerson 9. Keri McCallum 10. Michelle Gates

Avg. 0.28 0.26 0.26 0.23 0.21 0.19 0.18 0.16 0.15 0.15 0.15 HR 17 10 13 18 4 0 9 14 6 8 TB 153 149 128 158 152 129 123 120 99 73

Avg. 0.98 0.97 0.92 0.91 0.86 0.86 0.85 0.82 0.75 0.73

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

G 55 56 62 60 65 67 64 61 71 57

SB 61 54 46 46 41 36 36 35 31 30

G 55 56 60 62 65 61 64 67 57 54

SB 61 54 46 46 41 35 36 36 30 27

Avg. 1.11 0.96 0.77 0.74 0.63 0.57 0.56 0.54 0.53 0.50

STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE (Minimum 15 SBA) Player Year Cl. G 1. Jessica Offutt 2012 So. 57 2. Iyhia McMichael 2003 Jr. 64 3. Nakita Boyce 2008 Sr. 63 4. Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Sr. 55 5. Hayle Guess 2006 So. 61 Chelsea Bramlett 2007 Fr. 62 Chelsea Bramlett 2008 So. 60 8. Keri McCallum 2000 Sr. 71 9. Nakita Boyce 2007 Jr. 61 10. Iyhia McMichael 2002 So. 67 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Jr. 56

SB 17 36 22 61 23 46 46 31 20 36 54

SBA 17 37 23 64 25 50 50 34 22 40 60

BASES ON BALLS Player 1. Iyhia McMichael 2. Kellie Wilkerson 3. Kellie Wilkerson 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Ka’ili Smith 6. Iyhia McMichael 7. Iyhia McMichael 8. Katie Cooley 9. Cheri Smith Kellie Wilkerson

G 65 66 68 61 57 64 67 57 57 67

BB 51 50 49 48 44 38 37 31 30 30

BASES ON BALLS PER GAME (Minimum 20 BB) Player Year Cl. 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Jr. 2. Iyhia McMichael 2004 Sr. 3. Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Sr. 4. Kellie Wilkerson 2000 So. Ka’ili Smith 2012 Sr. 6. Ali Bainbridge 2011 Sr. 7. Iyhia McMichael 2003 Jr. 8. Iyhia McMichael 2002 So. 9. Katie Cooley 2006 Jr. 10. Cheri Smith 1998 Fr.

G 61 65 66 68 57 56 64 67 57 57

BB 48 51 50 49 41 40 38 37 31 30

INTENTIONAL BASES ON BALLS Player Year 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2001 2. Kellie Wilkerson 1999 3. Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Iyhia McMichael 2003 5. Courtney Bures 2008 6. Kellie Wilkerson 2002 7. Michelle Gates 1998 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 9. Courtney Bures 2006 Katie Cooley 2006 Courtney Bures 2007 Chelsea Bramlett 2009

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

G 61 67 68 64 63 66 58 55 61 57 61 56

IBB 13 9 7 7 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 3

HIT BY PITCH Player 1. Brittany Bell 2. Courtney Bures 3. Brittany Bell 4. Keri McCallum 5. Ali Bainbridge 6. Keri McCallum Brittany Bell 8. Ali Bainbridge 9. Keri McCallum Kellie Wilkerson Nakita Boyce Brittany Bell

Year 2012 2007 2009 2000 2011 1998 2008 2009 1997 2002 2005 2010

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

G 57 61 55 71 56 55 55 56 54 66 43 54

HBP 22 14 13 12 10 9 9 8 7 7 7 7

GAME-WINNING RUNS BATTED IN Player Year 1. Kellie Wilkerson 1999 Jennifer Waterman 2004 3. Courtney Bures 2007 4. Michelle Gates 2000 Iyhia McMichael 2002 6. Karrie Rider 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 8. Nine Players with

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

G 67 64 61 69 67 71 61

GW 12 12 10 9 9 8 8 7

STOLEN BASES PER GAME (Minimum 15 SB) Player Year Cl. 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Sr. 2. Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Jr. 3. Chelsea Bramlett 2008 So. 4. Chelsea Bramlett 2007 Fr. 5. Iyhia McMichael 2004 Sr. 6. Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Jr. 7. Iyhia McMichael 2003 Jr. 8. Iyhia McMichael 2002 So. 9. Michelle Gates 1998 So. 10. Keri McCallum 1997 Fr.

Avg. 0.20 0.18 0.18 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.13 0.12 0.11 0.11 0.11

3B 5 10 3 5 11 10 2 2 10 2

Year 2010 2009 2007 2008 2004 2002 2003 2001 2000 1998

TB 158 153 152 149 145 130 129 128 123 120 Pct. .836 .801 .766 .756 .749 .675 .668 .663 .651 .619

Year 2004 2002 2000 2001 2012 2003 2002 2006 1998 1999

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

Pct. 1.000 0.97 0.96 0.95 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.91 0.91 0.90 0.90

Avg. 0.79 0.78 0.76 0.72 0.72 0.71 0.59 0.55 0.54 0.53

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BATTING (CONTINUED) GAME-WINNING RUNS SCORED Player Year 1. Keri McCallum 2000 2. Iyhia McMichael 2004 3. Keri McCallum 1999 4. Ali Bainbridge 2011 5. Hayle Guess 2006 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 7. Kellie Wilkerson 2001 8. Chelsea Bramlett 2007 Chelsea Bramlett 2008 10. Keri McCallum 1998 Jennifer Nelson 2003 Courtney Bures 2005 Brittany Bell 2012

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

G 71 65 67 56 61 56 61 58 60 55 64 66 57

GW 22 20 15 12 11 11 10 9 9 8 8 8 8

PITCHING APPEARANCES Player 1. Kasey Whitehead 2. Autumn Anderson 3. Autumn Anderson Jennifer Pursell 5. Sara Hickerson 6. Jennifer Pursell Lindsey Dunlap Stephanie Becker 9. Kellie Wilkerson Melissa Massey

Year 2002 1999 1998 2000 2007 2001 2009 2012 2002 2003

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

App 53 51 50 50 45 43 43 43 41 41

GAMES STARTED Player 1. Autumn Anderson 2. Stephanie Becker 3. Jennifer Pursell 4. Kasey Whitehead Melissa Massey 6. Melissa Massey Kelli Miller 8. Jennifer Pursell 9. Kelsey Nurnberg 10. Autumn Anderson Ragan Blake

Year 1999 2012 2000 2002 2003 2004 2007 2001 2008 1998 2006

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

GS 38 36 35 34 34 32 31 31 30 29 29

COMPLETE GAMES Player 1. Autumn Anderson Jennifer Pursell 3. Michelle Gates Ragan Blake Lindsey Dunlap 6. Autumn Anderson 7. Kim Davis 8. Vicki Bonar 9. Alicia Judd Melissa Massey Misty Flesher

Year 1998 2000 1997 2006 2009 1999 1985 1985 1997 2003 2008

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

CG 25 25 20 20 20 19 18 17 16 16 16

INNINGS Player 1. Autumn Anderson 2. Jennifer Pursell 3. Autumn Anderson 4. Kasey Whitehead 5. Lindsey Dunlap 6. Melissa Massey 7. Jennifer Pursell 8. Ragan Blake 9. Stephanie Becker 10. Melissa Massey

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Year 1998 2000 1999 2002 2009 2003 2001 2006 2012 2004

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

IP 275.2 256.2 254.0 221.2 217.2 198.2 198.0 192.2 182.2 180.0 Pct. .900 .773 .733 .700 .692 .667 .667 .667 .647 .643

VICTORIES Player 1. Autumn Anderson Jennifer Pursell 3. Autumn Anderson 4. Melissa Massey 5. Misty Flesher Kasey Whitehead 7. Melissa Massey Kelli Miller Stephanie Becker 10. Kim Davis Kelsey Nurnberg Lindsey Dunlap

L 13 16 13 12 10 14 9 11 10 5 10 16

Pct. .667 .619 .639 .647 .667 .588 .667 .621 .643 .773 .630 .515

W 26 26 23 22 20 20 18 18 18 17 17 17

Cl. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. RJr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

SV 14 10 10 8 7 5 4 4 4 4

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 85 IP) Player Year Cl. 1. Kim Davis 1986 So. 2. Cathy Pippins 1986 Fr. 3. Autumn Anderson 1998 Jr. 4. Kim Davis 1985 Fr. 5. Vicki Bonar 1985 Sr. 6. Stephanie Comeaux 2006 Jr. 7. Ragan Blake 2006 So. 8. Alicia Judd 1998 So. 9. Michelle Gates 1997 Fr. 10. Kelli Miller 2004 Fr.

App 21 20 50 24 22 29 37 32 31 30

SHUTOUTS Player 1. Autumn Anderson 2. Jennifer Pursell Ragan Blake 4. Melissa Massey Misty Flesher 6. Alicia Judd Autumn Anderson Kelli Miller Kelli Miller 10. Seven Players with

Year 1998 2000 2006 2003 2008 1998 1999 2004 2005

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

ShO 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 4

STRIKEOUT RATIO (Minimum 50 IP) Player Year 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2002 2. Kylie Vry 2012 3. Ragan Blake 2006 4. Melissa Massey 2005 5. Lindsey Dunlap 2010 6. Autumn Anderson 1998 Stephanie Becker 2012 8. Ragan Blake 2005 9. Stephanie Comeaux 2005 10. Lindsey Dunlap 2009

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

SO 77 117 183 62 69 246 263 58 105 161

STRIKEOUTS Player 1. Autumn Anderson 2. Ragan Blake 3. Stephanie Becker 4. Lindsey Dunlap 5. Autumn Anderson 6. Jennifer Pursell 7. Misty Flesher 8. Kylie Vry 9. Melissa Massey 10. Jennifer Pursell

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

SO 246 183 163 161 160 143 119 117 115 107

Year 1998 2006 2012 2009 1999 2000 2008 2012 2004 2001

IP R 97.2 87.1 275.2 141.1 132.0 155.2 192.2 129.1 176.0 131.1

IP 74.2 122.0 192.2 66.1 74.2 275.2 182.2 67.0 141.2 217.2

ER 22 30 75 48 52 55 75 49 79 66

ERA 11 0.79 13 1.04 42 1.07 32 1.58 30 1.59 39 1.75 49 1.78 35 1.89 48 1.91 36 1.92

Avg. 7.22 6.71 6.65 6.54 6.47 6.25 6.25 6.06 5.19 5.18

FIELDING

L 1 5 4 3 4 13 10 9 12 10

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

Year 2002 2001 2007 1999 2005 2003 2011 2000 2008 2009

FIELDING PERCENTAGE (Minimum 250 TC) Player Year Cl. 1. Blair Hewett 2006 Jr. 2. Lindsay Hunley 2005 Fr. 3. Kate Jaspers 2003 Jr. 4. Chelsea Bramlett 2008 So. 5. Keri McCallum 2000 Sr. Jennifer Waterman 2004 Sr. 7. Kate Jaspers 2004 Sr. 8. Cheri Smith 1999 So. Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Jr. Ka’ili Smith 2012 Sr.

WINNING PERCENTAGE (Minimum 10 Decisions) Player Year Cl. W 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Jr. 9 2. Kim Davis 1985 Fr. 17 3. Kim Davis 1986 So. 11 4. Kathleen Tindle 1986 Fr. 7 5. Cathy Pippins 1986 Fr. 9 6. Autumn Anderson 1998 Jr. 26 Misty Flesher 2008 Fr. 20 Melissa Massey 2004 Jr. 18 9. Melissa Massey 2003 So. 22 10. Stephanie Becker 2012 Jr. 18 Year 1998 2000 1999 2003 2008 2002 2004 2007 2012 1985 2008 2009

SAVES Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Kellie Wilkerson Sara Hickerson 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Ragan Blake 6. Stephanie Owens 7. Misty Flesher Jennifer Pursell Elizabeth Woolven Lindsey Dunlap

TC 311 462 476 273 252 381 323 499 308 419

PO 283 438 446 252 204 343 312 459 286 382

A 27 22 27 19 46 35 8 35 19 33

E 1 2 3 2 2 3 3 5 3 4

TOTAL CHANCES Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Cheri Smith 3. Sammie Jo Bailey 4. Cheri Smith 5. Kate Jaspers 6. Lindsay Hunley 7. Nichole Henry 8. Sammie Jo Bailey 9. Ka’ili Smith 10. Cheri Smith

Year 2002 1999 2007 2000 2003 2005 1997 2008 2012 1998

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

TC 511 499 498 486 476 462 458 453 419 411

PO 447 459 477 450 446 438 421 434 382 374

A 58 35 15 26 27 22 20 10 33 31

E 6 5 6 10 3 2 17 9 4 6

Pct. .988 .990 .988 .979 .994 .996 .963 .980 .990 .985

PUTOUTS Player 1. Sammie Jo Bailey 2. Cheri Smith 3. Cheri Smith 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Kate Jaspers 6. Lindsay Hunley 7. Sammie Jo Bailey 8. Nichole Henry 9. Ka’ili Smith 10. Cheri Smith

Year 2007 1999 2000 2002 2003 2005 2008 1997 2012 1998

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

TC 498 499 486 511 476 462 453 458 419 411

PO 477 459 450 447 446 438 434 421 382 374

A 15 35 26 58 27 22 10 20 33 31

E 6 5 10 6 3 2 9 17 4 6

Pct. .988 .990 .979 .988 .994 .996 .980 .963 .990 .985

ASSISTS Player 1. Courtney Bures 2. Karrie Rider 3. Karrie Rider 4. Courtney Bures 5. Jennifer Jessup 6. Michelle Gates 7. Jessie Bailey 8. Jennifer Jessup 9. Michelle Gates 10. Michelle Gates Tanelda McDonald

Year 2007 2000 1997 2008 2003 2000 2007 2002 1997 1999 2004

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

TC 311 327 261 269 248 231 216 279 217 228 208

PO 94 130 77 88 70 58 54 113 59 73 59

A 193 181 171 168 163 157 151 149 147 142 142

E 24 16 16 13 15 16 11 17 11 13 7

Pct. .923 .951 .939 .952 .940 .931 .949 .939 .949 .943 .966

ERRORS Player 1. Courtney Bures 2. Karrie Rider 3. Chelsea Bramlett 4. Hayle Guess Courtney Bures 6. Nichole Henry Jennifer Jessup Chelsea Raines 9. Karrie Rider Jenny Hehnke Michelle Gates Karrie Rider Erin Nesbit

Year 2007 1999 2007 2004 2005 1997 2002 2011 1997 1999 2000 2000 2010

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

TC 311 281 277 182 231 458 279 111 261 242 231 327 178

PO 94 129 167 75 95 421 113 35 77 126 58 130 64

A 193 131 90 88 117 20 149 59 171 100 157 181 98

E 24 21 20 19 19 17 17 17 16 16 16 16 16

Pct. .923 .925 .928 .896 .918 .963 .939 .847 .939 .934 .931 .951 .910

FIELDING DOUBLE PLAYS Player 1. Cheri Smith Sammie Jo Bailey 3. Kate Jaspers 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Cheri Smith Karrie Rider 7. Jenny Hehnke Callye Williams Sammie Jo Bailey Ali Bainbridge

Year 2000 2007 2003 2002 1999 2000 2000 2006 2008 2010

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

PO 450 477 446 447 459 130 86 132 434 135

A 26 15 27 58 35 181 96 72 10 90

E 10 6 3 6 5 16 11 8 9 12

Pct. DPs .979 21 .988 21 .994 19 .988 17 .990 16 .951 16 .943 14 .962 14 .980 14 .949 14

Pct. .997 .996 .994 .993 .992 992 .991 .990 .990 .990

Kylie Vry recorded a blistering 6.71 strikeout ratio as a junior in 2012, the second-highest mark in school history and the best in a decade.


CAREER RECORDS BATTING

GAMES Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Jennifer Jessup Hayle Guess 5. Courtney Bures 6. Jenny Hehnke Karrie Rider Kate Jaspers 9. Michelle Gates Keri McCallum AT-BATS Player 1. Keri McCallum 2. Chelsea Bramlett 3. Jenny Hehnke 4. Michelle Gates 5. Iyhia McMichael 6. Courtney Bures 7. Kellie Wilkerson 8. Hayle Guess 9. Karrie Rider 10. Jessie Bailey

DOUBLES Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Michelle Gates 3. Courtney Bures 4. Iyhia McMichael 5. Keri McCallum 6. Ali Bainbridge 7. Jennifer Waterman 8. Jenny Hehnke 9. Ka’ili Smith 10. Karrie Rider

Years 1999-02 2001-04 2000-05 2004-08 2005-08 1997-00 1997-00 2001-04 1997-00 1997-00

Games 262 258 255 255 251 248 248 248 247 247

Years 1997-00 2007-10 1997-00 1997-00 2001-04 2005-08 1999-02 2004-08 1997-00 2007-10

G 247 233 248 247 258 251 262 255 248 233

AB 818 779 775 767 765 755 742 730 721 671

BATTING AVERAGE (Minimum 250 AB) Player Years 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2007-10 2. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 3. Keri McCallum 1997-00 4. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 5. Courtney Bures 2005-08 6. Jenny Hehnke 1997-00 7. Ka’ili Smith 2009-12 8. Michelle Gates 1997-00 9. Jennifer Nelson 2000-02 10. Hayle Guess 2004-08

G 233 262 247 258 251 248 224 247 156 255

AB 779 742 818 765 755 775 649 767 555 730

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

Years 2007-10 2001-04 1999-02 1997-00 2005-08 2004-08 1997-00 2009-12 2008-11 2008-12

G 233 258 262 247 251 255 247 224 230 230

R 219 218 198 191 160 152 140 129 127 122

RUNS PER GAME (Minimum 65 Runs) Player 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Keri McCallum 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Courtney Bures 6. Melanie Morgan 7. Hayle Guess 8. Ka’ili Smith 9. Michelle Gates 10. Brittany Bell

Years 2007-10 2001-04 1997-00 1999-02 2005-08 1983-86 2004-08 2009-12 1997-00 2008-12

G 233 258 247 262 251 123 255 224 247 230

Runs 219 218 191 198 160 78 152 129 140 122

RUNS BATTED IN Player 1. Courtney Bures 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Kellie Wilkerson 4. Michelle Gates 5. Ka’ili Smith 6. Jennifer Waterman 7. Hayle Guess 8. Keri McCallum 9. Ali Bainbridge 10. Blaire Brown

Years 2005-08 2001-04 1999-02 1997-00 2009-12 2001-04 2004-08 1997-00 2008-11 2001-04

G 251 258 262 247 224 226 255 247 230 220

RBI 193 182 175 159 140 120 111 105 103 102

G 251 258 262 247 224 123 226 128 220 230

RBI 193 182 175 159 140 72 120 65 102 103

Avg. 0.77 0.71 0.67 0.64 0.63 0.59 0.53 0.51 0.46 0.45

G 233 247 262 258 251 248 247 255 224 230

Hits 359 319 318 292 281 264 255 223 220 200

Avg. .461 .390 .429 .382 .372 .341 .332 .305 .339 .300

Player Chelsea Bramlett Iyhia McMichael Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Courtney Bures Hayle Guess Michelle Gates Ka’ili Smith Ali Bainbridge Brittany Bell

RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME (Minimum 65 RBI) Player Years 1. Courtney Bures 2005-08 2. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 3. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 4. Michelle Gates 1997-00 5. Ka’ili Smith 2009-12 6. Melanie Morgan 1983-86 7. Jennifer Waterman 2001-04 8. Meg Hartnett 1983-86 9. Blaire Brown 2001-04 10. Ali Bainbridge 2008-11 HITS Player Years 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2007-10 2. Keri McCallum 1997-00 3. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 4. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 5. Courtney Bures 2005-08 6. Jenny Hehnke 1997-00 7. Michelle Gates 1997-00 8. Hayle Guess 2004-08 9. Ka’ili Smith 2009-12 10. Ali Bainbridge 2008-11

Hits 359 318 319 292 281 264 220 255 174 223

Avg. 0.942 0.84 0.77 0.76 0.64 0.63 0.60 0.58 0.57 0.53

Avg. .461 .429 .390 .382 .372 .341 .339 .332 .314 .305

Years 1999-02 1997-00 2005-08 2001-04 1997-00 2008-11 2001-04 1997-00 2009-12 1997-00

G 262 247 251 258 247 230 226 248 224 248

2B 61 55 52 50 43 41 36 35 34 31

DOUBLES PER GAME (Minimum 20 Doubles) Player Years 1. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 2. Michelle Gates 1997-00 3. Courtney Bures 2005-08 4. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 5. Ali Bainbridge 2008-11 6. Keri McCallum 1997-00 7. Jennifer Waterman 2001-04 Ali Bainbridge 2008-11 9. Ka’ili Smith 2009-12 10. Jenny Hehnke 1997-00 Lindsay Nelson 2001-04

G 262 247 251 258 230 247 226 174 167 248 202

2B 61 55 52 50 41 43 36 28 23 35 29

TRIPLES Player 1. Keri McCallum 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Michelle Gates 4. Courtney Bures 5. Hayle Guess 6. Nakita Boyce 7. Chelsea Bramlett 8. Meg Hartnett Melanie Morgan Jennifer Nelson

Years 1997-00 2001-04 1997-00 2005-08 2004-08 2005-08 2007-10 1983-86 1983-86 2000-03

G 247 258 247 251 255 228 233 128 123 220

3B 38 26 21 15 14 12 11 10 10 10

TRIPLES PER GAME (Minimum 5 Triples) Player Years 1. Keri McCallum 1997-00 2. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 3. Michelle Gates 1997-00 4. Melanie Morgan 1983-86 5. Meg Hartnett 1983-86 6. Courtney Bures 2005-08 8. Bonnie McWatters 1984-86 Jennifer Nelson 2000-03 Hayle Guess 2004-08 Nakita Boyce 2005-08 Chelsea Bramlett 2007-10

G 247 258 247 123 128 251 101 220 255 228 233

3B 38 26 21 10 10 15 5 10 14 12 11

HOME RUNS Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Courtney Bures 4. Hayle Guess Ka’ili Smith 6. Katie Cooley Brittany Bell Jessica Cooley 9. Michelle Gates 10. Melanie Morgan Sammie Jo Bailey

Years 1999-02 2001-04 2005-08 2004-08 2009-12 2004-07 2008-12 2010-present 1997-00 1985-86 2006-09

G 262 258 251 255 224 197 230 152 247 76 229

HR 44 37 31 18 18 17 17 17 16 14 14

HOME RUNS PER GAME (Minimum 8 HR) Player Years 1. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 2. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 3. Courtney Bures 2005-08 4. Melanie Morgan 1983-86 Jessica Cooley 2010-present 6. Meg Hartnett 1984-86 Katie Cooley 2004-07 Sam Lenahan 2011-present 9. Bonnie McWatters 1984-86 Ka’ili Smith 2009-12

G 262 258 251 123 152 128 197 112 101 224

HR 44 37 31 14 17 11 17 10 8 17

Avg. 0.17 0.14 0.12 0.11 0.11 0.09 0.09 0.09 0.08 0.08

TOTAL BASES Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Keri McCallum 4. Courtney Bures 5. Chelsea Bramlett 6. Michelle Gates 7. Hayle Guess 8. Ka’ili Smith 9. Jenny Hehnke 10. Ali Bainbridge

G 262 258 247 251 233 247 255 224 248 230

H 318 292 319 281 359 255 223 220 264 200

2B 61 50 43 52 22 55 26 34 35 41

3B 9 26 38 15 11 21 14 9 5 9

G 262 258 251 247 233 247 224 123 112 255

AB 742 765 755 818 779 767 649 381 312 730

TB 529 505 456 462 412 400 326 190 148 331

Pct. .713 .660 .604 .565 .529 .522 .502 .499 .474 .453

Years 1999-02 2001-04 1997-00 2005-08 2007-10 1997-00 2004-08 2009-12 1997-00 2008-11

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (Minimum 250 AB) Player Years 1. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 2. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 3. Coutney Bures 2005-08 4. Keri McCallum 1997-00 5. Chelsea Bramlett 2007-10 6. Michelle Gates 1997-00 7. Ka’ili Smith 2009-12 8. Melanie Morgan 1983-86 9. Sam Lenahan 2011-present 10. Hayle Guess 2005-08

Avg. 0.23 0.22 0.21 0.19 0.18 0.17 0.16 0.16 0.15 0.14 0.14

Avg. 0.15 0.10 0.09 0.08 0.07 0.06 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05

HR 44 37 8 31 3 16 18 18 1 13

TB 529 505 462 456 412 400 331 326 312 298

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CAREER RECORDS BATTING (CONTINUED) BASES ON BALLS Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Ka’ili Smith 4. Katie Cooley 5. Cheri Smith 6. Brittany Bell 7. Courtney Bures 8. Ali Bainbridge 9. Jennifer Waterman 10. Jennifer Jessup

Years 2002-05 2008-12 2004-07 2004-07 1999-02 2010-present 1998-99 2007-09 2010-present 2000-02

APP 131 123 110 107 105 103 101 101 98 95

Years 1999-02 2001-04 2009-12 2004-07 1998-01 2008-12 2005-08 2008-11 2001-04 2001-05

G 262 258 224 197 239 230 251 230 226 258

BB 177 146 111 86 85 80 74 72 71 67

Years 1999-02 2005-08 2001-04 2007-10 2004-07 1997-00 2001-04 2000-03 2008-11 2009-12 2011-present

G 262 251 258 233 197 247 226 190 230 224 112

IBB 34 14 12 10 6 3 3 2 2 2 2

GAMES STARTED Player 1. Melissa Massey 2. Kelli Miller 3. Stephanie Comeaux 4. Kelsey Nurnberg 5. Autumn Anderson 6. Jennifer Pursell 7. Misty Flesher 8. Stephanie Becker 9. Kasey Whitehead 10. Kylie Vry

Years 2002-05 2004-07 2004-07 2007-09 1998-99 2000-01 2008-12 2010-present 2000-02 2010-present

W-L 55-41 45-34 38-30 35-26 49-26 42-29 44-27 28-27 28-23 23-27

GS 103 82 77 72 67 66 64 60 55 53

Years 2007-10 2001-04 1997-00 1999-02 1997-00 2004-08 2005-08 2008-12 2005-08 2008-11

G 233 258 247 262 247 255 228 230 251 230

SB 207 141 90 84 81 75 67 56 54 49

STOLEN BASES PER GAME (Minimum 15 SB) Player Years 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2007-10 2. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 3. Keri McCallum 1997-00 4. Michelle Gates 1997-00 5. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 6. Hayle Guess 2004-08 Nakita Boyce 2005-08 8. Brittany Bell 2008-12 Jessica Offutt 2011-present 10. Courtney Bures 2005-08

COMPLETE GAMES Player 1. Melissa Massey 2. Autumn Anderson 3. Jennifer Pursell 4. Vicki Bonar 5. Kim Davis 6. Kelli Miller Misty Flesher 8. Lindsey Dunlap 9. Alicia Judd Kelsey Nurnberg

Years 2002-05 1998-99 2000-01 1984-85 1985-86 2004-07 2008-12 2009-12 1997-98 2007-09

GS 103 67 66 40 37 82 64 48 48 72

W-L 55-41 49-26 42-29 19-18 28-9 45-34 44-27 24-29 21-17 35-26

CG 45 44 36 30 28 26 26 24 23 23

G 233 258 247 247 262 255 228 230 92 251

SB 207 141 90 81 84 75 67 56 22 54

Avg. 0.89 0.55 0.36 0.33 0.32 0.29 0.29 0.24 0.24 0.22

STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE (Minimum 20 SBA) Player Years 1. Jessica Offutt 2011-present 2. Chelsea Bramlett 2007-10 3. Iyhia McMichael 2001-04 4. Nakita Boyce 2005-08 5. Hayle Guess 2004-08 6. Kate Jaspers 2001-04 7. Brittany Bell 2008-12 8. Krystal Tillman 2001-03 9. Jessica Cooley 2010-present 10. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02

G 92 233 258 228 255 248 230 184 152 262

SB 22 207 141 67 75 27 56 38 17 84

SBA 22 224 157 75 86 31 66 46 21 104

INNINGS PITCHED Player 1. Melissa Massey 2. Autumn Anderson 3. Jennifer Pursell Kelli Miller 5. Misty Flesher 6. Stephanie Comeaux 7. Kelsey Nurnberg 8. Kasey Whitehead 9. Stephanie Becker 10. Lindsey Dunlap

Years 2002-05 1998-99 2000-01 2004-07 2008-12 2004-07 2007-09 2000-02 2010-present 2009-12

APP 131 101 93 110 123 107 101 95 103 94

W-L 55-41 49-26 42-29 45-34 44-27 38-30 35-26 28-23 28-27 24-29

IP 580.2 529.2 454.2 454.2 424.2 422.2 404.2 384.0 382.1 346.1

HIT BY PITCH Player 1. Brittany Bell 2. Keri McCallum 3. Courtney Bures 4. Ali Bainbridge 5. Kellie Wilkerson 6. Michelle Gates 7. Hayle Guess 8. Jessie Spain 9. Nakita Boyce Ka’ili Smith Heidi Shape

Years 2008-12 1997-00 2005-08 2008-11 1999-02 1997-00 2004-07 2008-10 2005-07 2009-12 2011-present

G 230 247 251 230 262 247 192 141 165 224 113

HBP 52 33 28 26 18 14 13 12 11 11 11

APP 131 101 110 123 93 107 101 45 95 103

W 55 49 45 44 42 38 35 28 28 28

L 41 26 34 27 29 30 26 9 23 27

Pct. .573 .653 .570 .620 .592 .558 .574 .757 .549 .509

GAME-WINNING RUNS BATTED IN Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson Iyhia McMichael 3. Michelle Gates 4. Courtney Bures 5. Jennifer Waterman 6. Blaire Brown Brittany Bell Ka’ili Smith 9. Jenny Hehnke Keri McCallum

APP 45 105 65 101 123 93 101 114 110 107

W 28 22 19 49 44 42 35 48 45 38

L 9 11 14 26 27 29 26 35 34 30

Pct. .757 .667 .576 .653 .620 .592 .574 .573 .570 .558

Years 1999-02 2001-04 1997-00 2005-08 2001-04 2001-04 2008-12 2009-12 1997-00 1997-00

G 262 258 247 251 226 220 230 224 248 247

GW 28 28 27 24 20 14 14 14 13 13

GAME-WINNING RUNS SCORED Player 1. Keri McCallum 2. Chelsea Bramlett 3. Iyhia McMichael 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Hayle Guess Ali Bainbridge 7. Brittany Bell 8. Courtney Bures 9. Jenny Hehnke Jennifer Nelson

Years 1997-00 2007-10 2001-04 1999-02 2004-08 2008-11 2008-12 2005-08 1997-00 2000-03

G 247 233 258 262 255 230 230 251 248 220

GW 50 34 32 25 22 22 20 19 16 16

APP 105 87 94 93 65 123 54 16 107 37 98

W-L 22-11 7-9 24-29 42-29 20-18 44-27 12-13 0-2 38-30 4-4 23-27

SV 32 12 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 5

APP 45 101 105 43 31 56 93 65 110 107

W-L 28-9 49-26 22-11 19-18 15-11 21-17 42-29 20-18 45-34 38-30

IP 239.0 529.2 208.0 257.0 176.0 272.2 454.2 259.2 454.2 422.2

INTENTIONAL BASES ON BALLS Player 1. Kellie Wilkerson 2. Courtney Bures 3. Iyhia McMichael 4. Chelsea Bramlett 5. Katie Cooley 6. Michelle Gates Jennifer Waterman 8. Brooke Best Ali Bainbridge Ka’ili Smith Sam Lenahan STOLEN BASES Player 1. Chelsea Bramlett 2. Iyhia McMichael 3. Keri McCallum 4. Kellie Wilkerson 5. Michelle Gates 6. Hayle Guess 7. Nakita Boyce 8. Brittany Bell 9 Courtney Bures 10. Ali Bainbridge

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PITCHING APPEARANCES Player 1. Melissa Massey 2. Misty Flesher 3. Kelli Miller 4. Stephanie Comeaux 5. Kellie Wilkerson 6. Stephanie Becker 7. Autumn Anderson Kelsey Nurnberg 9. Kylie Vry 10. Kasey Whitehead

Pct. 1.000 .924 .898 .893 .872 .871 .848 .826 .810 .808

VICTORIES Player Years 1. Melissa Massey 2002-05 2. Autumn Anderson 1998-99 3. Kelli Miller 2004-07 4. Misty Flesher 2008-12 5. Jennifer Pursell 2000-01 6. Stephanie Comeaux 2004-07 7. Kelsey Nurnberg 2007-09 8. Kim Davis 1985-86 Kasey Whitehead 2000-02 Stephanie Becker 2010-present WINNING PERCENTAGE (Minimum 40 App.) Player Years 1. Kim Davis 1985-86 2. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 3. Jennifer Nelson 2000-03 4. Autumn Anderson 1998-99 5. Misty Flesher 2008-12 6. Jennifer Pursell 2000-01 7. Kelsey Nurnberg 2007-09 8. Melissa Massey 2002-03 9. Kelli Miller 2004-07 10. Stephanie Comeaux 2004-07 SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

Player Kellie Wilkerson Sara Hickerson Lindsey Dunlap Jennifer Pursell Ragan Blake Misty Flesher Courtney Frank Stephanie Owens Stephanie Comeaux Elizabeth Woolven Kylie Vry

Years 1999-02 2004-07 2009-12 2000-01 2005-06 2008-12 2000-01, 03 2003 2004-07 2008-10 2011-present

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 150 IP) Player Years 1. Kim Davis 1985-86 2. Autumn Anderson 1998-99 3. Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 4. Vicki Bonar 1984-85 5. Michelle Gates 1997-00 6. Alicia Judd 1997-98 7. Jennifer Pursell 2000-01 8. Ragan Blake 2005-06 9. Kelli Miller 2004-07 10. Stephanie Comeaux 2004-07

R 70 173 85 114 79 117 164 108 216 200

ER 43 119 48 65 48 76 129 76 138 144

ERA 1.26 1.57 1.62 1.77 1.91 1.95 1.99 2.05 2.12 2.38


CAREER RECORDS PITCHING (CONTINUED) STRIKEOUTS Player 1. Autumn Anderson 2. Melissa Massey 3. Lindsey Dunlap 4. Stephanie Becker 5. Stephanie Comeaux 6. Misty Flesher 7. Kylie Vry 8. Jennifer Pursell 9. Ragan Blake 10. Kelsey Nurnberg

Years 1998-99 2002-04 2009-12 2010-present 2004-07 2008-12 2010-present 2000-01 2005-06 2007-09

APP 101 131 94 103 107 123 98 93 65 101

IP 529.2 580.2 346.1 382.1 422.2 424.2 323.0 454.2 259.2 404.2

SO 406 341 296 292 269 257 256 250 241 237

STRIKEOUT RATIO (Minimum 150 IP) Player 1. Ragan Blake 2. Lindsey Dunlap 3. Kellie Wilkerson 4. Kylie Vry 5. Autumn Anderson 6. Stephanie Becker 7. Sara Hickerson 8. Stephanie Comeaux 9. Misty Flesher 10. Melissa Massey

Years 2005-06 2009-12 1999-02 2010-present 1998-99 2010-present 2004-07 2004-07 2008-12 2002-05

APP 65 94 105 98 101 103 87 107 123 131

IP 259.2 346.1 208.0 323.0 529.2 382.1 177.0 422.2 424.2 580.2

SO 241 296 175 256 406 292 114 269 257 341

SHUTOUTS Player 1. Melissa Massey Kelli Miller 3. Autumn Anderson 4. Jennifer Pursell 5. Alicia Judd 6. Kim Davis 7. Ragan Blake Kylie Vry 9. Kelsey Nurnberg Misty Flesher

Years 2002-05 2004-07 1998-99 2000-01 1997-98 1985-86 2005-06 2010-present 2007-09 2008-12

GS 131 82 101 66 48 45 65 53 72 123

W-L 55-41 45-34 49-26 42-29 21-17 28-9 20-18 23-27 35-26 44-27

SHO 14 14 13 10 9 8 7 7 6 6

FIELDING FIELDING PERCENTAGE (Minimum 350 TC) Player Years 1. Lindsay Hunley 2005-08 3. Kate Jaspers 2001-04 Jennifer Waterman 2001-04 Courtney Nesbit 2008-11 5. Ka’ili Smith 2009-12 6. Sammie Jo Bailey 2006-09 7. Cheri Smith 1998-01 Kellie Wilkerson 1999-02 9. Blair Hewett 2004-07 10. Keri McCallum 1997-00

Avg. 6.50 5.98 5.89 5.55 5.37 5.35 4.51 4.46 4.24 4.11

Senior southpaw Stephanie Becker enters her final campaign for the Maroon and White 115 strikeouts shy of breaking Autumn Anderson’s school record of 406 career strikeouts, set from 1998-99.

TC 843 1,244 941 815 671 1,447 1,687 809 874 912

PO 774 1178 835 740 617 1,321 1,430 685 778 760

A 61 51 95 65 44 99 223 108 78 132

E 8 15 11 10 10 27 34 16 18 20

Pct. .991 .988 .988 .988 .985 .981 .980 .980 .979 .978

Years 1998-01 2006-09 2001-04 2007-10 1997-00 2005-08 2001-04 1997-00 1997-00 2004-07

TC 1,687 1,447 1,244 1,140 1,126 1,057 941 912 875 874

PO 1,430 1,321 1178 950 446 378 835 760 448 778

A 223 99 51 160 614 617 95 132 373 78

E 34 27 15 30 66 62 11 20 54 18

Pct. .980 .981 .988 .974 .941 .941 .988 .978 .938 .979

Years 1998-01 2006-09 2001-04 2007-10 2001-04 1997-00 2004-07 2005-08 1997-00 2008-11

TC 1,687 1,447 1,244 1,140 941 856 874 843 912 815

PO 1,430 1,321 1,178 950 835 779 778 774 760 740

A 223 99 51 160 95 45 78 61 132 65

E 34 27 15 30 11 32 18 8 20 10

Pct. .980 .981 .988 .974 .988 .963 .979 .991 .978 .988

ASSISTS Player 1. Courtney Bures 1. Karrie Rider 2. Michelle Gates 3. Jennifer Jessup 8. Jessie Bailey 5. Callye Williams 6. Tanelda McDonald 7. Jenny Hehnke 9. Ali Bainbridge 10. Brooke Best

Years 2005-08 1997-00 1997-00 2001-05 2007-10 2003-06 2002-05 1997-00 2008-11 2000-03

TC 1,057 1,126 857 846 697 827 577 775 829 627

PO 378 446 253 311 224 364 150 448 469 337

A 617 614 549 489 444 418 390 373 329 258

E 62 66 55 46 29 45 37 54 31 32

Pct. .941 .941 .936 .946 .958 .891 .936 .938 .963 .949

ERRORS Player 1. Karrie Rider 2. Courtney Bures 3. Michelle Gates 4. Jenny Hehnke 5. Jennifer Jessup 6. Callye Williams 7. Tanelda McDonald 8. Cheri Smith 9. Nichole Henry Brooke Best

Years 1997-00 2005-08 1997-00 1997-00 2001-05 2003-06 2002-05 1998-01 1997-00 2000-03

TC 1,126 1,057 857 775 846 827 577 1,687 856 627

PO 446 378 253 448 311 364 150 1,430 779 337

A 614 617 549 373 489 418 390 223 45 258

E 66 62 55 54 46 45 37 34 32 32

Pct. .941 .941 .936 .938 .946 .891 .936 .980 .963 .949

DOUBLE PLAYS TURNED Player 1. Sammie Jo Bailey 2. Cheri Smith 3. Karrie Rider Courtney Bures 5. Ali Bainbridge 6. Callye Williams 7. Brooke Best 8. Jenny Hehnke 9. Jennifer Jessup 10. Kate Jaspers

Years 2006-09 1998-01 1997-00 2004-08 2008-11 2003-06 2000-03 1997-00 2001-05 2001-04

PO 1,321 1,430 446 378 469 364 337 448 311 1,244

A 99 223 614 617 329 418 258 373 489 1,178

E 27 34 66 62 31 45 32 54 46 51

Pct. .981 .980 .941 .941 .963 .891 .949 .938 .946 .988

DPs 53 51 39 39 37 36 34 33 32 30

TOTAL CHANCES Player 1. Cheri Smith 2. Sammie Jo Bailey 3. Kate Jaspers 4. Chelsea Bramlett 5. Karrie Rider 6. Courtney Bures 7. Jennifer Waterman 8. Keri McCallum 9. Jenny Hehnke 10. Blair Hewett PUTOUTS Player 1. Cheri Smith 2. Sammie Jo Bailey 3. Kate Jaspers 4. Chelsea Bramlett 5. Jennifer Waterman 6. Nichole Henry 7. Blair Hewett 8. Lindsay Hunley 9. Keri McCallum 10. Courtney Nesbit

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BATTING AVERAGE Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Karen Shipley 1986 Sherri Jennings 1997 Keri McCallum 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Courtney Bures 2007 Chelsea Bramlett 2008 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ka’ili Smith 2012 Brittany Bell

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

G 18 31 40 37 54 57 67 68 61 66 64 65 66 61 62 60 56 55 56 57

AB 55 100 138 113 157 184 203 181 167 191 186 183 209 179 215 200 181 183 164 152

H 20 30 54 37 67 70 90 78 70 80 75 87 81 62 83 90 88 98 57 56

RUNS Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Kristie Mellert Meg Hartnett Melanie Morgan Sherri Jennings Jenny Hehnke Michelle Gates Keri McCallum Keri McCallum Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Hayle Guess Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Ali Bainbridge Brittany Bell

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

G 18 31 38 37 56 57 67 71 61 66 64 65 66 61 62 60 56 55 56 57

R 8 13 36 30 44 47 57 64 55 51 63 83 49 39 56 52 55 56 48 40

Avg. 0.44 0.42 0.95 0.81 0.79 0.82 0.85 0.90 0.90 0.77 0.98 1.28 0.74 0.64 0.90 0.87 0.98 1.02 0.86 0.70

RUNS PER GAME Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Melanie Morgan 1986 Sherri Jennings 1997 Jenny Hehnke 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Keri McCallum 2000 Keri McCallum 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Hayle Guess 2007 Chelsea Bramlett 2008 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Brittany Bell

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

G 18 31 38 37 56 57 67 71 61 66 64 65 66 61 62 60 56 55 56 57

R 8 13 36 30 44 47 57 64 55 51 63 83 49 39 56 52 55 56 48 40

Avg. 0.44 0.42 0.95 0.81 0.79 0.82 0.85 0.90 0.90 0.77 0.98 1.28 0.74 0.64 0.90 0.87 0.98 1.02 0.86 0.70

HITS Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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

G 18 31 40 37 56 57 67 71 61 66 64 65 66 61 62 60 56 55 56 57

AB 55 100 138 113 194 184 203 243 167 191 186 183 209 179 215 200 181 183 164 166

H 20 30 54 37 71 70 90 100 70 80 75 87 81 62 83 90 88 98 57 59

Player Kristie Mellert Meg Hartnett Karen Shipley Sherri Jennings Jenny Hehnke Michelle Gates Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Courtney Bures Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Ka’ili Smith Ka’ili Smith

Avg. .364 .300 .391 .327 .427 .380 .443 .431 .419 .419 .403 .475 .388 .346 .386 .450 .486 .536 .348 .368

Avg. .364 .300 .391 .327 .366 .380 .443 .412 .419 .419 .403 .475 .388 .346 .386 .450 .486 .536 .348 .355

DOUBLES Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Kristie Mellert Meg Hartnett Karen Shipley Connie Pendley Michelle Gates Michelle Gates Keri McCallum Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Jennifer Waterman Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Hayle Guess Courtney Bures Courtney Bures Ka’ili Smith Ali Bainbridge Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Raines Ka’ili Smith

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

G 18 31 40 35 56 57 67 68 61 66 52 65 66 61 61 63 56 55 56 56 57

2B 3 5 9 4 16 15 22 14 12 18 18 16 16 10 13 14 11 12 13 13 11

Avg. 0.17 0.16 0.23 0.11 0.29 0.26 0.33 0.21 0.20 0.27 0.35 0.25 0.24 0.16 0.21 0.22 0.20 0.22 0.23 0.23 0.19

DOUBLES PER GAME Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Karen Shipley 1986 Connie Pendley 1997 Michelle Gates 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Keri McCallum 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Jennifer Waterman 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Hayle Guess 2007 Courtney Bures 2008 Courtney Bures 2009 Ka’ili Smith 2010 Ali Bainbridge 2011 Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Raines 2012 Ka’ili Smith

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

G 18 31 40 35 56 57 67 68 61 66 52 65 66 61 61 63 56 55 56 56 57

2B 3 5 9 4 16 15 22 14 12 18 18 16 16 10 13 14 11 12 13 13 11

Avg. 0.17 0.16 0.23 0.11 0.29 0.26 0.33 0.21 0.20 0.27 0.35 0.25 0.24 0.16 0.21 0.22 0.20 0.22 0.23 0.23 0.19

TRIPLES Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Kristie Mellert Meg Hartnett Melanie Morgan Cindy McCain Sherri Jennings Bonnie McWatters Melanie Morgan Keri McCallum Michelle Gates Keri McCallum Keri McCallum Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael Jennifer Nelson Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Courtney Bures Nakita Boyce Hayle Guess Nakita Boyce Ka’ili Smith Chelsea Bramlett Ali Bainbridge Brittany Bell Jessica Offutt

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

G 18 31 38 34 37 31 38 54 57 67 71 62 67 64 65 66 61 61 63 63 56 55 56 57 57

3B 2 3 7 2 2 2 2 11 10 10 11 3 8 7 10 5 6 6 4 4 4 6 4 3 3

Avg. 0.11 0.10 0.18 0.06 0.05 0.06 0.05 0.20 0.18 0.15 0.15 0.05 0.12 0.11 0.15 0.08 0.10 0.10 0.06 0.06 0.07 0.11 0.07 0.05 0.05

TRIPLES PER GAME Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Melanie Morgan 1986 Bonnie McWatters 1997 Keri McCallum 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Keri McCallum 2000 Keri McCallum 2001 Iyhia McMichael 2002 Iyhia McMichael 2003 Jennifer Nelson 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Courtney Bures 2007 Nakita Boyce 2008 Nakita Boyce Hayle Guess 2009 Ka’ili Smith 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Ashley Phillips

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

G 18 31 38 31 54 57 67 71 62 67 64 65 66 61 61 63 63 56 55 56 43

3B 2 3 7 2 11 10 10 11 3 8 7 10 5 6 6 4 4 4 6 4 3

Avg. 0.11 0.10 0.18 0.06 0.20 0.18 0.15 0.15 0.05 0.12 0.11 0.15 0.08 0.10 0.10 0.06 0.06 0.07 0.11 0.07 0.07


ANNUAL LEADERS HOME RUNS Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Kristie Mellert Meg Hartnett Meg Hartnett Melanie Morgan Michelle Gates Michelle Gates Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Sammie Jo Bailey Hayle Guess Hayle Guess Jessie Bailey Ali Bainbridge Ka’ili Smith Sam Lenahan Courtney Nesbit Jessica Cooley

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

G 18 31 40 38 56 57 67 68 61 66 64 65 66 57 62 63 56 56 55 55 56 57

HR 3 2 6 8 5 6 13 8 14 9 18 10 17 8 6 7 4 4 10 8 8 15

Avg. 0.17 0.06 0.15 0.21 0.09 0.11 0.19 0.12 0.23 0.14 0.28 0.15 0.26 0.14 0.10 0.11 0.07 0.07 0.18 0.15 0.14 0.26

HOME RUNS PER GAME Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Meg Hartnett 1986 Melanie Morgan 1997 Michelle Gates 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Sammie Jo Bailey 2007 Hayle Guess 2008 Hayle Guess 2009 Ali Bainbridge Jessie Bailey 2010 Ka’ili Smith 2011 Sam Lenahan 2012 Jessica Cooley

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

G 18 31 40 38 56 57 67 68 61 66 64 65 66 57 62 63 56 56 55 55 57

HR 3 2 6 8 5 6 13 8 14 9 18 10 17 8 6 7 4 4 10 8 15

Avg. 0.17 0.06 0.15 0.21 0.09 0.11 0.19 0.12 0.23 0.14 0.28 0.15 0.26 0.14 0.10 0.11 0.07 0.07 0.18 0.15 0.26

RUNS BATTED IN Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Meg Hartnett 1986 Melanie Morgan 1997 Michelle Gates 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Karrie Rider Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Iyhia McMichael 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Jennifer Waterman 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Courtney Bures 2007 Courtney Bures 2008 Courtney Bures 2009 Ka’ili Smith 2010 Ka’ili Smith 2011 Courtney Nesbit 2012 Jessica Cooley

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

G 18 31 40 38 56 57 67 71 68 61 67 64 64 66 61 61 63 56 55 56 57

RBI 3 14 34 29 48 35 65 43 43 33 48 63 55 54 37 56 46 35 50 42 41

Avg. 0.17 0.45 0.85 0.76 0.86 0.61 0.97 0.61 0.63 0.54 0.72 0.98 0.86 0.82 0.61 0.92 0.42 0.63 0.91 0.75 0.72

RUNS BATTED IN PER GAME Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Meg Hartnett 1986 Melanie Morgan 1997 Michelle Gates 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Iyhia McMichael 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Jennifer Waterman 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Courtney Bures 2007 Courtney Bures 2008 Courtney Bures 2009 Ka’ili Smith 2010 Ka’ili Smith 2009 Ka’ili Smith 2010 Ka’ili Smith 2011 Courtney Nesbit 2012 Jessica Cooley

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

G 18 31 40 38 56 57 67 68 61 67 64 64 66 61 61 63 56 55 56 55 56 57

RBI 3 14 34 29 48 35 65 43 33 48 63 55 54 37 56 46 35 50 35 50 42 41

Avg. 0.17 0.45 0.85 0.76 0.86 0.61 0.97 0.63 0.54 0.72 0.98 0.86 0.82 0.61 0.92 0.42 0.63 0.91 0.63 0.91 0.75 0.72

GAME-WINNING RUNS BATTED IN Year Player 1997 Michelle Gates 1998 Cheri Smith 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Michelle Gates 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Iyhia McMichael 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Jennifer Waterman 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Courtney Bures 2007 Courtney Bures 2008 Hayle Guess 2009 Ali Bainbridge Courtney Moore Jessie Spain 2010 Erin Nesbit 2011 Sam Lenahan Courtney Nesbit 2012 Heidi Shape Ka’ili Smith

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

G 56 57 67 69 61 67 64 64 66 61 61 63 56 45 41 55 55 56 57 57

RBI 48 25 65 36 33 48 63 55 54 37 56 39 30 22 13 26 36 42 30 30

GW 7 7 12 9 8 9 7 12 7 7 10 6 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6

GAME-WINNING RUNS SCORED Year Player 1997 Jenny Hehnke 1998 Keri McCallum 1999 Keri McCallum 2000 Keri McCallum 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Jennifer Nelson 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Hayle Guess 2007 Chelsea Bramlett 2008 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Brittany Bell

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

G 56 55 67 71 61 66 64 65 66 61 62 60 56 55 56 57

R 44 34 57 64 55 51 45 83 49 39 56 52 55 56 48 40

GW 7 7 15 22 10 7 8 20 8 11 9 9 11 5 12 8

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Melanie Morgan 1986 Melanie Morgan 1997 Keri McCallum 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Courtney Bures 2007 Courtney Bures 2008 Courtney Bures 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Brittany Bell

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

G 18 31 38 38 54 57 67 68 61 66 64 65 66 61 61 63 56 55 56 57

AB 55 100 118 113 157 184 203 181 167 191 186 183 209 179 181 186 181 183 150 152

H 20 30 43 35 67 70 90 78 70 80 75 87 81 62 64 74 88 98 50 56

TB 33 47 77 65 97 123 152 120 128 129 149 153 158 98 93 107 99 113 89 99

Pct. .600 .470 .653 .575 .618 .668 .749 .663 .766 .675 .801 .836 .756 .547 .514 .575 .547 .617 .593 .651

ON BASE PERCENTAGE (Minimum 125 AB) Year Player 1997 Keri McCallum 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Courtney Bures Katie Cooley 2007 Courtney Bures 2008 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Brittany Bell

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

G 54 57 67 68 61 66 64 65 66 61 57 61 60 56 55 56 57

AB 157 184 203 181 167 191 186 183 209 179 144 181 200 181 183 150 152

H 67 70 90 78 70 80 75 87 81 62 41 64 90 88 98 50 56

BB 9 16 30 49 48 50 38 51 12 15 31 20 12 19 19 40 29

Pct. .469 .439 .519 .553 .555 .550 .502 .595 .426 .406 .406 .452 .484 .532 .571 .500 .525

TOTAL BASES Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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

G 18 31 40 38 56 57 67 71 61 66 64 65 66 61 62 63 56 55 56 57

AB 55 100 133 113 182 184 203 243 167 191 186 183 209 179 215 186 181 183 169 152

H 20 30 43 35 62 70 90 100 70 80 75 87 81 62 83 74 88 98 53 56

TB 33 47 85 65 99 123 152 145 128 129 149 153 158 98 95 107 99 113 92 99

Pct. .600 .470 .639 .575 .544 .668 .749 .597 .766 .675 .801 .836 .756 .547 .427 .477 .532 .571 .367 .525

Player Kristie Mellert Meg Hartnett Meg Hartnett Melanie Morgan Michelle Gates Michelle Gates Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael Courtney Bures Courtney Bures Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Nesbit Brittany Bell

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STOLEN BASES Year Player 1986 Sherri Jennings 1997 Keri McCallum 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Michelle Gates 2000 Keri McCallum 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Iyhia McMichael 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Hayle Guess 2007 Chelsea Bramlett 2008 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Jessica Offutt

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

G 37 54 57 65 71 61 67 64 65 66 61 62 60 56 55 56 57

SB 11 27 30 17 31 35 36 36 41 18 23 46 46 54 61 20 17

SBA 12 38 36 25 34 43 40 37 48 24 25 50 50 60 64 25 17

Avg. 0.30 0.50 0.53 0.26 0.44 0.57 0.54 0.56 0.63 0.27 0.38 0.74 0.77 0.96 1.11 0.36 1.000

STOLEN BASES PER GAME Year Player 1986 Bonnie McWatters 1997 Keri McCallum 1998 Michelle Gates 1999 Michelle Gates 2000 Keri McCallum 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Iyhia McMichael 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Hayle Guess 2007 Chelsea Bramlett 2008 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Jessica Offutt

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

G 31 54 57 65 71 61 67 64 65 66 61 62 60 56 55 56 57

SB 10 27 30 17 31 35 36 36 41 18 23 46 46 54 61 20 17

SBA 11 38 36 25 34 43 40 37 48 24 25 50 50 60 64 25 17

Avg. 0.32 0.50 0.53 0.26 0.44 0.57 0.54 0.56 0.63 0.27 0.38 0.74 0.77 0.96 1.11 0.36 0.30

BASES ON BALLS Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Missy Herbert 1986 Sherri Jennings 1997 Karrie Rider 1998 Cheri Smith 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Katie Cooley 2006 Katie Cooley 2007 Courtney Bures Katie Cooley 2008 Courtney Bures 2009 Ka’ili Smith 2010 Brittany Bell 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Ka’ili Smith

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

G 18 31 40 37 53 57 67 68 61 66 64 65 62 57 61 54 63 56 54 56 57

BB 12 8 20 12 18 30 30 49 48 50 38 51 29 31 20 20 27 22 24 40 44

Avg. 0.67 0.26 0.50 0.32 0.34 0.53 0.45 0.72 0.79 0.76 0.59 0.78 0.47 0.54 0.33 0.37 0.43 0.39 0.44 0.71 0.77

BASES ON BALLS PER GAME Year Player 1983 Kristie Mellert 1984 Meg Hartnett 1985 Missy Herbert 1986 Sherri Jennings 1997 Karrie Rider 1998 Cheri Smith 1999 Kellie Wilkerson 2000 Kellie Wilkerson 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Iyhia McMichael 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Katie Cooley 2006 Katie Cooley 2007 Katie Cooley 2008 Courtney Bures 2009 Ka’ili Smith 2010 Brittany Bell 2011 Ali Bainbridge 2012 Ka’ili Smith

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

G 18 31 40 37 53 57 67 68 61 66 64 65 62 57 54 63 56 54 56 57

BB 12 8 20 12 18 30 30 49 48 50 38 51 29 31 20 27 22 24 40 44

Avg. 0.67 0.26 0.50 0.32 0.34 0.53 0.45 0.72 0.79 0.76 0.59 0.78 0.47 0.54 0.37 0.43 0.39 0.44 0.71 0.77

TOUGHEST TO STRIKE OUT Year Player 1983 Susan Akins 1984 Kristi Watson 1985 Missy Herbert 1986 Sherri Jennings 1997 Jenny Hehnke 1998 Keri McCallum 1999 Keri McCallum 2000 Keri McCallum 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Iyhia McMichael 2003 Jennifer Nelson 2004 Iyhia McMichael 2005 Courtney Bures 2006 Courtney Bures 2007 Courtney Bures 2008 Courtney Bures 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Chelsea Bramlett 2011 Ka’ili Smith 2012 Ka’ili Smith

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

G 17 31 40 37 56 55 67 71 61 67 64 65 66 61 61 63 56 55 56 57

AB 46 101 126 113 194 183 235 243 167 207 208 183 209 179 181 186 181 183 164 166

SO 1 8 9 12 8 7 5 13 14 26 16 18 14 11 11 10 6 14 19 16

Avg. 46.0 12.6 14.0 9.4 24.3 26.1 47.0 18.7 11.9 8.0 13.0 10.2 14.9 16.3 16.5 18.6 30.2 13.0 8.6 10.4

As a sophomore in 2012, center fielder Jessica Offutt became the only player in school history to finish a season with a perfect stolen-base mark (minimum 15 attempts), going a flawless 17-for-17 in stolen-base attempts.


ANNUAL LEADERS PITCHING

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 40 IP) Year Player 1983 Susan Akins 1984 Vicki Bonar 1985 Kim Davis 1986 Kim Davis 1997 Michelle Gates 1998 Autumn Anderson 1999 Autumn Anderson 2000 Jennifer Pursell 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Melissa Massey 2004 Kelli Miller 2005 Kelli Miller 2006 Stephanie Comeaux 2007 Sara Hickerson 2008 Misty Flesher 2009 Lindsey Dunlap 2010 Misty Flesher 2011 Kyle Vry 2012 Stephanie Becker

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

APP 16 21 24 21 31 50 51 50 31 41 41 30 32 29 45 38 43 34 38 43

IP 110.0 125.0 141.1 97.2 176.0 275.2 254.0 256.2 47.2 74.2 198.2 131.1 135.0 155.2 100.2 179.1 217.2 124.2 121.0 182.2

R 57 62 48 22 79 75 98 93 4 36 118 66 69 55 48 60 112 88 92 86

ER 31 35 32 11 48 42 77 73 3 19 93 36 46 39 28 54 106 74 71 65

STRIKEOUTS Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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

APP 16 21 22 20 31 50 51 50 43 53 41 37 35 37 38 38 43 20 32 38 43

IP 110.0 125.0 132.0 87.1 176.0 275.2 254.0 256.2 198.0 221.2 198.2 180.0 141.2 192.2 165.0 179.1 217.2 74.2 122.1 121.0 182.2

SO 27 34 73 35 76 246 160 143 107 95 96 115 105 183 85 119 161 69 87 87 163

Avg. 1.72 1.90 3.87 2.81 3.02 6.25 4.41 3.90 3.78 3.00 3.38 4.47 5.19 6.65 3.60 4.64 5.18 6.47 4.93 5.03 6.25

STRIKEOUT RATIO (Strikeouts Per Seven IP) Year Player 1983 Susan Akins 1984 Sharon Hooper 1985 Vicki Bonar 1986 Cathy Pippins 1997 Michelle Gates 1998 Autumn Anderson 1999 Autumn Anderson 2000 Jennifer Pursell 2001 Kellie Wilkerson 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Melissa Massey 2004 Melissa Massey 2005 Melissa Massey 2006 Ragan Blake 2007 Sara Hickerson 2008 Misty Flesher 2009 Lindsey Dunlap 2010 Lindsey Dunlap 2011 Kylie Vry 2012 Kylie Vry

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

APP 16 16 22 20 31 50 51 50 31 41 41 37 17 37 45 38 43 20 38 34

IP 110 75.2 132.0 87.1 176.0 275.2 254.0 256.2 47.2 74.2 198.2 180.0 66.1 192.2 100.2 179.1 217.2 74.2 121.0 122.0

SO 27 26 73 35 76 246 160 143 48 77 96 115 62 183 72 119 161 69 87 116

Avg. 1.72 2.41 3.87 2.81 3.02 6.25 4.41 3.90 7.05 7.22 3.38 4.47 6.54 6.65 5.00 4.64 5.18 6.47 5.03 6.71

VICTORIES Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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

APP 16 21 24 21 31 50 51 50 43 53 41 37 32 37 38 38 43 34 38 43

IP 110.0 125.0 141.1 97.2 176.0 275.2 254.0 256.2 198.0 221.2 198.2 180.0 135.0 192.2 165.0 179.1 217.2 124.2 121.0 182.2

W 3 8 17 11 15 26 23 26 16 20 22 18 14 16 18 20 17 12 8 18

L 11 11 5 4 11 13 13 16 13 14 12 9 12 15 11 10 16 10 12 10

Player Susan Akins Vicki Bonar Vicki Bonar Cathy Pippins Michelle Gates Autumn Anderson Autumn Anderson Jennifer Pursell Jennifer Pursell Kasey Whitehead Melissa Massey Melissa Massey Stephanie Comeaux Ragan Blake Kelli Miller Misty Flesher Lindsey Dunlap Lindsey Dunlap Stephanie Becker Kylie Vry Stephanie Becker

Player Susan Akins Vicki Bonar Kim Davis Kim Davis Michelle Gates Autumn Anderson Autumn Anderson Jennifer Pursell Jennifer Pursell Kasey Whitehead Melissa Massey Melissa Massey Kelli Miller Ragan Blake Kelli Miller Misty Flesher Lindsey Dunlap Misty Flesher Kylie Vry Stephanie Becker

ERA 2.54 1.96 1.58 1.01 1.91 1.07 2.12 1.99 0.44 1.78 3.28 1.92 2.39 1.75 1.95 2.11 3.41 4.16 4.11 2.49

SAVES Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Player Michelle Gates Autumn Anderson Kellie Wilkerson Jennifer Pursell Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Stephanie Owens Stephanie Comeaux Ragan Blake Kelli Miller Sara Hickerson Elizabeth Woolven Lindsey Dunlap Stephanie Becker Lindsey Dunlap Misty Flesher Kylie Vry

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

APP 31 50 33 50 31 41 16 27 28 10 45 24 43 28 20 37 34

IP 176.0 275.2 85.2 256.2 47.2 74.2 26.2 82.1 67.0 23.1 100.2 59.2 217.2 77.1 74.2 92.0 122.0

ERA 1.91 1.07 2.12 1.99 0.44 1.78 6.04 1.96 2.82 2.70 1.95 2.35 3.41 4.44 4.88 5.48 3.39

SV 1 3 8 4 10 14 5 3 7 1 10 4 4 2 2 4 3

A 45 31 35 46 10 58 27 35 22 27 15 19 19 15 36 33

E 2 6 5 2 4 6 3 3 2 1 6 2 3 4 5 4

FIELDING FIELDING PERCENTAGE (Minimum 125 TC) Year Player 1997 Alicia Judd 1998 Cheri Smith 1999 Cheri Smith 2000 Keri McCallum 2001 Kate Jaspers 2002 Kellie Wilkerson 2003 Kate Jaspers 2004 Jennifer Waterman 2005 Lindsay Hunley 2006 Blair Hewett 2007 Sammie Jo Bailey 2008 Chelsea Bramlett 2009 Chelsea Bramlett 2010 Courtney Nesbit 2011 Courtney Nesbit 2012 Ka’ili Smith

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

TC 124 411 499 252 314 511 476 381 462 311 498 273 308 293 370 419

PO 77 374 459 204 300 447 446 343 438 283 477 252 286 274 329 382

Pct. .984 .985 .990 .992 .987 .988 .994 .992 .996 .997 .988 .993 .990 .986 .986 .990

Ka’ili Smith led MSU with a .990 fielding percentage in 2012 en route to being named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-South Region First Team.

Pct. 0.214 0.421 0.773 0.733 0.577 0.667 0.639 0.619 0.552 0.588 0.647 0.667 0.538 0.516 0.621 0.667 0.515 0.545 0.400 0.643

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SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS HOME RUNS No. 1. 5 2. 3

BATTING AT-BATS (EIGHT OR MORE INNINGS) 48 vs. Texas, March 1, 2002 (14 inn.) AT-BATS (SEVEN OR FEWER INNINGS) 41 vs. Alabama State, March 1, 1997 RUNS 30 vs. Alabama State, March 1, 1997 HITS 21 vs. Alabama State, March 1, 1997 DOUBLES 6 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, Feb. 8, 2009 TRIPLES 6 vs. Alabama A&M, Feb. 20, 2004 TOTAL BASES 43 vs. Alabama State, March 1, 1997 RUNS BATTED IN 30 vs. Alabama State, March 1, 1997 BASES ON BALLS 13 vs. Alcorn State, Feb. 22, 1997 13 vs. Seton Hall, Feb. 23, 2007 STOLEN BASES 10 vs. Alcorn State, Feb. 22, 1997 AT-BATS No. 1. 48 2. 45 3. 44 4. 43 5. 41 6. 40 40 8. 39 39 39

vs. Opponent vs. Texas (14 Innings) at Kentucky (11 Innings) at Ole Miss (11 Innings) at LSU (11 Innings) vs. Alabama State vs. LSU vs. Long Beach State at Ole Miss (11 Innings) vs. Jackson State vs. Louisiana-Monroe

Date March 1, 2002 April 11, 1997 March 19, 1999 March 19, 2002 March 1, 1997 March 26, 2003 March 11, 2006 March 27, 2001 Feb. 7, 2004 Feb. 8, 2009

RUNS 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

vs. Opponent vs. Alabama State vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Jackson State vs. Seton Hall vs. Fairleigh Dickinson vs. Alcorn State vs. Charleston Southern vs. Alabama State vs. Jackson State vs. Georgia State

Date March 1, 1997 March 16, 1985 Feb. 7, 2004 Feb. 23, 2007 March 15, 1983 Feb. 22, 1997 March 7, 2008 March 2, 1997 Feb. 8, 2004 March 15, 1985

vs. Opponent vs. Alabama State vs. Seton Hall vs. Jackson State vs. Charleston Southern vs. Alabama State vs. Samford at Southern Mississippi at Jackson State

Date March 1, 1997 Feb. 23, 2007 Feb. 7, 2004 March 7, 2008 March 2, 1997 Feb. 16, 2003 March 17, 2010 Feb. 29, 2012

vs. Opponent vs. Alabama State vs. Louisiana-Monroe vs. Long Beach State at Tennessee vs. Wisconsin vs. LSU at Southern Miss vs. Auburn vs. Winthrop vs. Samford vs. Jackson State vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Hawaii vs. Columbia vs. Samford

Date March 1, 1997 Feb. 8, 2009 March 11, 2006 March 31, 2001 Feb. 7, 2003 March 26, 2003 April 24, 2007 May 1, 2000 Feb. 17, 2001 Feb. 16, 2003 Feb. 7, 2004 Feb. 24, 2007 May 15, 2008 March 3, 2012 March 4, 2012

DOUBLES No. 1. 6 2. 5 5 5 5 5 7. 4

vs. Opponent vs. Louisiana-Monroe vs. Auburn vs. Oakland University vs. South Carolina vs. Long Beach State at Hawaii 23 Different Times

Date Feb. 8, 2009 April 30, 2000 Feb. 27, 2002 March 7, 2004 Feb. 19, 2006 March 6, 2009

TRIPLES 1. 2. 4.

vs. Opponent vs. Alabama A&M vs. East Tennessee State vs. Ole Miss vs. Belmont at Ole Miss vs. Mississippi Valley State

No. 30 25 25 23 21 19 19 18 18 17

RUNS BATTED IN No. 1. 30 2. 22 3. 19 4. 16 5. 15 15 7. 14 8. 11 HITS No. 1. 21 2. 20 3. 19 4. 18 5. 17 17 17 8. 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

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Date Feb. 20, 2004 March 11, 2006 April 7, 2007 Feb. 19, 2000 April 9, 2003 Feb. 21, 2004

WALKS No. 1. 13 13 3. 11 11 11 6. 10 7. 9 9 9 9 9 TOTAL BASES No. 1. 43 2. 33 3. 31 31 5. 30 6. 29 29 8. 27 9. 26 10. 25 25 25 25 STOLEN BASES No. 1. 10 2. 8 3. 7 7 7 7 7. 6 6 6 6 STRIKEOUTS No. 1. 23 2. 17 3. 14 14 14 6. 13

vs. Opponent vs. Alabama State 14 Different Times vs. Opponent vs. Alcorn State vs. Seton Hall vs. Louisiana-Monroe vs. Mississippi Valley State at UAB vs. Ole Miss vs. Alabama State vs. Alabama State vs. East Tennessee State vs. Jacksonville State at South Carolina

Date March 1, 1997 April 24, 2012 Date Feb. 22, 1997 March 23, 2007 Feb. 14, 1998 Feb. 14, 2003 March 8, 2005 April 7, 2007 March 1, 1997 March 2, 1997 Feb. 17, 2006 Feb. 11, 2012 March 13, 2012

vs. Opponent vs. Alabama State vs. Long Beach State at Tennessee vs. Columbia vs. Alabama A&M at Ole Miss vs. Louisiana-Monroe vs. Auburn vs. Seton Hall vs. Belmont vs. Samford at Georgia at Southern Miss

Date March 1, 1997 March 11, 2006 March 31, 2001 March 3, 2012 Feb. 20, 2004 April 9, 2003 Feb. 8, 2009 May 1, 2000 Feb. 23, 2007 Feb. 19, 2000 Feb. 16, 2003 April 22, 2007 April 24, 2007

vs. Opponent vs. Alcorn State vs. Belmont vs. Utah State vs. Auburn vs. UAB at Mississippi Valley State vs. Jacksonville State vs. Temple vs. Kentucky vs. Stephen F. Austin

Date Feb. 22, 1997 Feb. 13, 2002 Feb. 13, 1999 May 1, 2000 March 4, 2008 Feb. 25, 2009 March 15, 2000 March 9, 2002 April 3, 2008 Feb. 13, 2010

vs. Opponent vs. Texas (14 Innings) at Texas vs. South Carolina (9 Innings) at LSU vs. UCLA Seven Different Times

RUNNERS LEFT ON BASE No. vs. Opponent 1. 14 vs. Georgia 14 vs. Alabama 3. 13 vs. LSU 13 vs. Nebraska 13 vs. LSU 13 vs. Pacific 7. 12 vs. Stanford 12 vs. Georgia Southern 12 vs. Troy 12 vs. Seton Hall 12 vs. Mercer 12 vs. UAB

Date March 1, 2002 May 21, 2005 March 17, 2002 March 16, 2002 March 12, 2006 Feb. 27, 2010 Date March 24, 2001 April 21, 2002 March 26, 2003 Feb. 24, 2007 April 14, 2007 May 18, 2007 March 3, 2000 March 10, 2000 Feb. 19, 2005 Feb. 23, 2007 Feb. 24, 2008 March 20, 2012

PITCHING

STRIKEOUTS No. 1. 14 2. 14 3. 13 13 13 13 13 8. 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

vs. Opponent vs. Jacksonville State vs. Siena vs. Samford vs. Arkansas vs. Samford vs. Tennessee Tech vs. BYU (NCAA Eugene Regional) at UAB vs. East Tennessee State vs. Samford vs. Mercer vs. Mississippi Valley State vs. Florida State vs. Texas A&M

Date Feb. 20, 1998 March 14, 1998 April 21, 1998 May 4, 2007 March 4, 2012 April 28, 2012 May 17, 2012 March 8, 2005 Feb. 19, 2006 March 1, 2006 March 11, 2006 March 21, 2006 March 6, 2011 March 6, 2011

FIELDING ERRORS 7 vs. Arkansas, March 29, 1997 ERRORS 1. 2. 6.

No. 7 6 6 6 6 5

DOUBLE PLAYS No. 1. 3 3 3 3 3 6. 2

vs. Opponent vs. Arkansas at Arkansas vs. Georgia vs. Cal vs. LSU 12 Different Times

Date March 29, 1997 April 27, 2002 May 11, 2002 Feb. 25, 2005 March 31, 2005 May 4, 2008

vs. Opponent vs. Ole Miss vs. Auburn vs. Stanford at LSU vs. Troy 30 Different Times

Date March 18, 2000 April 4, 2001 March 9, 2002 March 19, 2002 Feb. 19, 2005 April 21, 2012

MISCELLANEOUS LARGEST WINNING MARGIN 30 vs. Alabama State, 30-0, March 1, 1997 LARGEST SHUTOUT MARGIN 30 vs. Alabama State, 30-0, March 1, 1997

State crushed three home runs in a 9-0 shutout victory at South Carolina on March 13, 2012, including a solo shot by Sam Lenahan.

The three homers were two shy of the single-game school record.

The Maroon and White belted out 32 hits total from March 3-4, 2012, the highest battery output in a two-day stretch in school history.


SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS BATTING

RUNS 337 - 2004 (65 games) RUNS PER GAME 6.47 - 1986 (246 in 38 games) HITS 550 - 2000 (71 games) BATTING AVERAGE .311 - 2008 (517-of-1,660)

DOUBLES Year 1. 2002 2. 1999 3. 2000 4. 2004 5. 2011 6. 2003 7. 2005 8. 2007 2008 10. 2006 TRIPLES PER GAME Year 1. 1984 2. 1985 3. 1983 4. 2003 5. 1998 6. 2004 7. 2010 8. 1999 9. 1997 2000 2006

DOUBLES 88 - 2002 (67 games) DOUBLES PER GAME 1.31 - 2002 (88 in 67 games) TRIPLES 27 - 2x, last 2003 (64 games) TRIPLES PER GAME 0.74 - 1984 (23 in 31 games) HOME RUNS 47 - 2005 (66 games) HOME RUNS PER GAME 0.71 - 2x, last in 2011 (40 in 56 games) TOTAL BASES 781 - 2003 (64 games) SLUGGING PERCENTAGE .451 - 2003 (781 total bases in 1,730 at-bats) RUNS BATTED IN 293 - 2004 (65 games)

TRIPLES Year 1. 1985 2003 3. 2004 4. 1998 5. 1984 6. 1999 2000 8. 2006 2010 10. 1997 2008

BASES ON BALLS 202 - 2012 (57 games) BASES ON BALLS PER GAME 3.54 - 2012 (202 in 57 games) STOLEN BASES 126 - 2008 (63 games) STOLEN BASES PER GAME 2.00 - 2008 (126 in 63 games) STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE 0.89 - 2007 (116 of 131) RUNS PER GAME Year 1. 1986 2. 1985 3. 2004 4. 2007 2008 6. 2003 7. 2010 8. 2012 9. 1997 10. 2009

G 38 40 65 62 63 64 55 57 56 56

Runs 246 250 337 305 310 302 256 254 240 236

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

G 65 63 62 64 71 67 66 67 55 57

Runs 337 310 305 302 280 271 271 270 256 254

BATTING AVERAGE Year 1. 2008 2. 2003 3. 2004 4. 2007 5. 1999 6. 2000 7. 2010 8. 1985 9. 1998 10. 2002 2009

G 63 64 65 62 67 71 55 40 57 67 56

Avg. .311 (517 - 1660) .305 (527 - 1730) .303 (513 - 1695) .297 (499 - 1680) .293 (520 - 1777) .293 (550 - 1880) .286 (409 - 1431) .285 (314 - 1102) .281 (432 - 1536) .279 (506 - 1814) .279 (404 - 1449)

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

G 71 64 67 63 65 67 62 66 57 62 55

Hits 550 527 520 517 513 506 499 458 432 409 409

Year 2004 2008 2007 2003 2000 1999 2005 2002 2010 2012

Year 2000 2003 1999 2008 2004 2002 2007 2005 1998 2001 2010

DOUBLES PER GAME Year G 1. 2002 67 2. 2003 64 2011 56 4. 1999 67 5. 2004 65 6. 2000 71 2009 56 8. 1997 56 9. 2007 62 10. 2005 66 2008 63

Avg. 6.47 6.25 5.18 4.92 4.92 4.72 4.65 4.46 4.29 4.21

2B 88 80 70 80 74 79 62 61 66 69 66

G 67 67 71 65 56 64 66 62 63 61

2B 88 80 79 74 70 80 69 66 66 63

G 31 40 19 64 57 65 55 67 56 71 61

3B 23 27 9 27 24 26 18 21 17 21 18

G 40 64 65 57 31 67 71 61 55 56 63

3B 27 27 26 24 23 21 21 18 18 17 17

HOME RUNS PER GAME Year G 1. 2005 66 2011 56 3. 2003 64 4. 2012 57 5. 2010 55 6. 1985 40 7. 1986 38 2001 62 9. 1983 19 10. 2004 65

HR 47 40 40 35 31 22 19 31 8 26

HOME RUNS Year 1. 2005 2. 2003 2011 4. 2012 5. 2001 2010 7. 2000 8. 2004 9. 2006 10. 2007

HR 47 40 40 35 31 31 28 26 24 23

G 66 64 56 57 62 55 71 65 61 62

STOLEN BASES Year 1. 2008 2. 2007 3. 2001 4. 2000 5. 2009 6. 2002 2010 8. 2012 9. 2004 10. 1999

Avg. 1.31 1.25 1.25 1.19 1.14 1.11 1.11 1.09 1.06 1.05 1.05

STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE Year G 1. 2007 62 2. 2004 65 3. 1986 38 2003 64 2009 56 2010 55 7. 2008 63 8. 2005 66 9. 2000 71 10. 2001 62 2006 61 2012 57

Avg. 0.74 0.68 0.47 0.46 0.42 0.40 0.33 0.31 0.30 0.30 0.30

BASES ON BALLS PER GAME Year G 1. 2012 57 2. 2011 56 3. 2002 67 4. 1983 19 5. 2001 62 6. 2004 65 7. 2010 55 8. 1985 40 9. 2005 66 10. 2003 64 BASES ON BALLS Year G 1. 2012 57 2. 2002 67 3. 2011 56 4. 2004 65 5. 2001 62 6. 2005 66 7. 2000 71 8. 2003 64 9. 2008 63 10. 2007 62

AB 1,730 1,102 1,695 1,421 1,431 1,678 1,660 1,880 1,449 1,680

TB 781 472 717 592 595 694 517 755 578 662

STOLEN BASES PER GAME Year G 1. 2008 63 2. 2007 62 3. 2009 56 2010 55 5. 1986 38 6. 2001 62 7. 2012 57 8. 2002 67 9. 2000 71 10. 1997 56

SB 126 116 101 99 67 105 92 99 104 78

Avg. 2.00 1.87 1.80 1.80 1.76 1.69 1.61 1.48 1.46 1.39

SB 126 116 105 104 101 99 99 92 85 81 SB 116 85 67 78 101 99 126 50 104 105 69 92

SBA 131 98 77 90 116 114 147 59 126 130 85 114

BB 202 182 191 53 169 172 145 103 166 158

Avg. 3.54 3.25 2.85 2.79 2.73 2.65 2.64 2.58 2.52 2.49

Pct. 0.89 0.88 0.87 0.87 0.87 0.87 0.86 0.85 0.83 0.81 0.81 0.81

BB 202 191 182 172 169 166 165 158 153 151

GRAND SLAMS (22 Total by 16 Players) Name vs. Opponent Michelle Gates vs. Auburn Kasey Whitehead vs. Florida State Kasey Whitehead vs. Auburn Iyhia McMichael vs. Samford Iyhia McMichael at Alabama Brooke Best at Florida Michelle Kinney vs. LSU Lindsey Hunley vs. Seton Hall Jessie Bailey at Georgia Courtney Bures vs. Arkansas Hayle Guess vs. Pacific Chelsea Bramlett vs. UC-Riverside Jessie Bailey vs. Louisiana-Monroe Ka’ili Smith vs. Oregon State Ka’ili Smith vs. Georgetown Courtney Nesbit at Ole Miss Jessica Cooley at Mississippi Valley State Erin Nesbit vs. Mississippi Valley State (Ridgeland, Miss.) Heidi Shape at UNLV Brittany Bell at South Alabama Brittany Bell vs. Louisiana Tech Jessica Cooley vs. Samford

Avg. 0.71 0.71 0.63 0.61 0.56 0.55 0.50 0.50 0.42 0.40

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Year G 1. 2003 64 2. 1985 40 3. 2004 65 4. 2011 56 5. 2010 55 6. 2005 66 7. 2008 63 8. 2000 71 9. 2012 57 10. 2007 62

G 63 62 62 71 56 67 55 57 65 67

Pct. .451 .428 .423 .417 .416 .414 .411 .402 .399 .394

Date May 7, 1999 March 4, 2000 May 1, 2000 Feb. 16, 2003 April 12, 2003 April 26, 2003 March 30, 2005 Feb. 23, 2007 April 21, 2007 May 5, 2007 May 18, 2007 Feb. 9, 2008 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 20, 2010 March 13, 2010 March 21, 2010 March 24, 2010 April 7, 2010 Feb. 11, 2011 Feb. 9, 2012 March 2, 2012 March 4, 2012

In her first day of college competitive against UNLV on Feb. 11, 2011, current junior Heidi Shape belted a grand slam.

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SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS STRIKEOUT RATIO (Strikeouts Per Seven IP) Year SO IP 1. 2012 358 374.0 2. 2006 299 406.0 3. 1998 290 405.0 4. 2009 260 368.2 5. 2011 242 357.0 6. 2005 287 426.2 7. 2010 227 356.2 8. 2008 252 412.1 9. 2004 250 419.0 10. 2007 240 419.1

PITCHING EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1.29 - 1986 (37 earned runs in 257.2 IP) SHUTOUTS 17 - 1998 (36 victories) CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS 30 - May 8 - May 10, 1998 STRIKEOUT RATIO 6.70 - 2012 (358 in 374.0 IP) BASE ON BALLS RATIO 1.26 - 1998 (73 in 405.0 IP) NO HITTERS (13 by 11 Players) Name v. Opponent Alicia Judd vs. Alabama State Jenny Hehnke vs. Alabama State Jennifer Pursell vs. UMass K. Whitehead, M. Massey & K. Tillman vs. Belmont Melissa Massey vs. Nicholls State Kelli Miller vs. Louisiana Tech Melissa Massey vs. St. Francis (PA) Stephanie Comeaux vs. Jacksonville Ragan Blake vs. Alcorn State Stephanie Comeaux at Arkansas Ragan Blake at Southern Miss Kylie Vry vs. Stephen F. Austin Stephanie Becker vs. USF

Date March 1, 1997 March 2, 1997 March 4, 2000 Feb. 13, 2002 March 8, 2002 Feb. 4, 2005 March 4, 2005 Feb. 11, 2006 Feb. 26, 2006 March 18, 2006 March 30, 2006 Feb. 14, 2010 Feb. 24, 2012

Score 30-0 (5) 18-0 (5) 7-0 11-0 (5) 8-0 (5) 9-0 (5) 7-0 8-0 (5) 9-0 (5) 5-0 8-0 (5) 5-0 0-1

PERFECT GAMES (1 by 1 Player) Jenny Hehnke v. Alabama State

March 2, 1997

18-0 (5)

VICTORIES Year 1. 2000 2. 2008 2. 2004 3. 1999 4. 1998 2001 2002 7. 2005 2007 9. 2003 10. 2006 2012

W 44 41 39 38 36 36 36 35 35 34 33 33

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Year W-L 1. 1986 27-11 2. 1998 36-21 3. 1985 28-12 4. 2006 33-28 5. 1997 28-27 1999 38-29 2001 36-26 8. 2008 41-22 9. 2004 39-26 10. 2000 44-27 SHUTOUTS Year 1. 1998 2. 2004 3. 2008 4. 2006 5. 1997 1999 2007 8. 2000 2001 2002 2009

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L 27 22 26 29 21 26 31 31 27 30 28 24

Pct. .620 .651 .600 .567 .632 .581 .537 .530 .565 .531 .541 .579

IP 257.2 405.0 275.1 406.0 380.1 454.2 429.1 412.1 419.0 487.1

R 80 124 103 164 181 199 182 162 138 224

ShO 17 15 14 12 10 10 10 9 9 9 9

OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE Year IP 1. 1998 405.0 2. 2012 374.0 3. 2006 406.0 4. 2001 429.1 5. 2008 412.1 6. 2007 419.1 7. 1999 454.2 8. 2000 487.1 9. 2004 419.0 10. 2002 458.1 2003 458.1

OBA .216 .224 .225 .235 .242 .249 .250 .258 .259 .261 .261

STRIKEOUTS Year 1. 2012 2. 2006 3. 1998 4. 2005 5. 2009 6. 1999 7. 2002 2003 2008 10. 2004

SO 358 299 290 287 260 257 252 252 252 250

IP 374.0 406.0 405.0 426.2 368.2 454.2 458.1 458.1 412.1 419.0

ER 37 77 63 116 115 138 130 130 101 164

ERA 1.29 1.33 1.60 2.00 2.12 2.12 2.12 2.21 2.31 2.36

MISCELLANEOUS

Avg. 6.70 5.16 5.01 4.94 4.75 4.71 4.46 4.28 4.18 4.01

VICTORIES Year 1. 2000 2. 2008 3. 2004 4. 1999 5. 1998 2001 2002 2003 9. 2005 2007 ROAD VICTORIES Year 1. 2012 2. 1998 2001 4. 2000 5. 2008

FEWEST WALKS ALLOWED PER GAME (Walks Per Seven IP) Year BB IP Avg. 1. 1998 73 405.0 1.26 2. 1983 25 135.2 1.29 3. 1997 61 380.1 1.47 4. 2008 63 412.1 1.63 5. 2000 116 487.1 1.67 6. 2004 101 419.0 1.69 7. 2006 98 406.0 1.69 8. 2007 104 419.1 1.74 9. 1999 119 454.2 1.83 10. 2005 112 426.2 1.84

SEC VICTORIES Year 1. 2001 2. 2000 3. 1998 1999 2007

FIELDING FIELDING PERCENTAGE .977 - 2009 (1,106 putouts, 333 assists, 34 errors) DOUBLE PLAYS 32 - 2000 (36 victories) DOUBLE PLAYS PER GAME 0.55 - 1986 (21 in 38 games) FIELDING PERCENTAGE Year TC 1. 2009 1,473 2. 2008 1,815 3. 2003 1,895 4. 2001 1,961 5. 2012 1,510 6. 2004 1,941 2005 1,722 2010 1,559 9. 1999 1,982 10. 1998 1,755

PO 1,106 1,237 1,245 1,288 1,122 1,257 1,218 1,070 1,364 1,215

PUTOUTS Year 1. 2000 2. 2002 3. 1999 4. 2001 5. 2005 6. 2007 7. 2004 8. 2003 9. 2008 10. 2006

TC 2,318 2,114 1,982 1,961 1,949 1,979 1,941 1,895 1,815 1,722

PO 1,462 1,375 1,364 1,288 1,280 1,258 1,257 1,245 1,237 1,218

A 757 637 537 603 585 627 610 584 523 439

E 99 102 81 70 84 94 74 66 55 65

Pct. .957 .952 .959 .964 .957 .953 .962 .965 .970 .962

ASSISTS Year 1. 2000 2. 1997 3. 2002 4. 2007 5. 2004 6. 2001 7. 2005 8. 2003 9. 1999 10. 2008

TC 2,318 1,883 2,114 1,979 1,941 1,961 1,949 1,895 1,982 1,815

PO 1,462 1,141 1,375 1,258 1,257 1,288 1,280 1,245 1,364 1,237

A 757 648 637 627 610 603 585 584 537 523

E 99 94 102 94 74 70 84 66 81 55

Pct. .957 .950 .952 .953 .962 .964 .957 .965 .959 .970

ERRORS Year 1. 2002 2. 2000 3. 1997 2007 5. 1983 5. 2005 6. 1999 7. 2004 8. 1998 9. 2001 10. 2003

TC 2,114 2,318 1,883 1,979 1,226 1,949 1,982 1,941 1,755 1,961 1,895

PO 1,375 1,462 1,141 1,258 773 1,280 1,364 1,257 1,215 1,288 1,245

E 102 99 94 94 86 84 81 74 73 70 66

Pct. .952 .957 .950 .953 .930 .957 .959 .962 .958 .964 .965

FIELDING DOUBLE PLAYS Year DP 1. 2000 32 2. 2002 28 3. 2007 24 4. 2005 23 5. 2004 22 6. 1986 21 2010 21 8. 2003 20 2006 20 2008 20

A 333 523 584 603 332 610 439 429 537 467

A 637 757 648 627 367 585 537 610 467 603 584

E 34 55 66 70 56 74 65 60 81 73

Pct. .977 .970 .965 .964 .963 .962 .962 .962 .959 .958

W 44 41 39 38 36 36 36 36 35 35 W 13 12 12 11 10 W 19 17 15 15 15

WINNING PERCENTAGE Year W 1. 1986 27 2. 1985 28 3. 2008 41 4. 1998 36 5. 2000 44 6. 2004 39 7. 2001 36 8. 2012 33 9. 1999 38 10. 2007 35

L 11 12 22 21 27 26 26 24 29 27

Pct. .711 .700 .650 .632 .620 .600 .581 .579 .567 .565

LONGEST WINNING STREAK Year Dates 1. 2006 Feb. 10 - March 3 2. 1986 March 21 - April 10 3. 2012 April 10 - May 4 4. 2003 Feb. 16 - March 8 2008 Feb. 8-17 6. 2004 April 20 - May 13 7. 2001 March 23 - April 1 8. 1985 March 23 - April 2 1997 Feb. 26 - March 2 1999 March 26 - April 6 2000 Feb. 13-26 2009 Feb. 13-25

Games 16 15 12 11 11 10 9 8 8 8 8 8

LONGEST SEC WINNING STREAK Year Dates 1. 2001 March 23 - April 1 2. 1999 March 26 - April 13 2012 April 13 - May 4 4. 1999 April 30 - May 13 2004 April 9 - May 13 6. 1998 March 28 - April 13 2002 April 7-13 2005 March 25-30 9. 1998 May 8-10 2001 April 28 - May 10 2003 March 27-30 2005 April 16-19 2007 March 27 - April 1

Games 9 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

LONGEST NON-CONFERENCE WINNING STREAK Year Dates Games 1. 2006 Feb. 10 - March 3 16 2. 1986 March 21 - April 10 15 3. 2003 Feb. 16 - March 12 13 2012 Feb. 29 - April 28 13 5. 2008 March 2 - April 23 12 6. 2008 Feb. 8-17 11 7. 2001-02 April 5 - Feb. 13 10 8. 1998 March 14 - April 21 9 9. 1985 March 23 - April 2 8 1997 Feb. 26 - March 2 8 2000 Feb. 13-26 8 2006-07 March 21 - Feb. 10 8 2009 Feb. 13-25 8

With “The Oar” leading the charge in 2012, MSU recorded its second-longest SEC winning streak in school history and its third-longest non-conference winning streak ever.


CLASS RECORDS

FRESHMEN AT-BATS Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2007 2. Courtney Bures, 2005 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 4. Jenny Hehnke, 1997 5. Iyhia McMichael, 2001

G 62 66 67 56 62

AB 215 209 203 194 189

RUNS Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2007 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 Courtney Bures, 2005 4. Jenny Hehnke, 1997 5. Keri McCallum, 1997 Ali Bainbridge, 2008

G 62 67 66 56 54 63

R 56 49 49 44 36 36

INNINGS PITCHED Name 1. Jennifer Pursell, 2000 2. Lindsey Dunlap, 2009 3. Misty Flesher, 2008 4. Michelle Gates, 1997 5. Kim Davis, 1985

APP 50 43 38 31 24

IP 256.2 217.2 179.1 176.0 141.1

STRIKEOUTS Name 1. Lindsey Dunlap, 2009 2. Jennifer Pursell, 2000 3. Misty Flesher, 2008 4. Michelle Gates, 1997 5. Melissa Massey, 2002

APP 43 50 38 31 36

IP 217.2 256.2 179.1 176.0 135.2

SO 161 143 119 76 68

SOPHOMORES

IP 97.2 192.2 198.0 135.0 141.2

RUNS Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2008 2. Michelle Gates, 1998 3. Iyhia McMichael, 2002 4. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 5. Hayle Guess, 2006

APP 41 43 37 35 32

IP 198.2 198.0 192.2 141.2 135.0

G 60 57 67 68 61

R 52 47 46 43 39

STRIKEOUTS Name 1. Ragan Blake, 2006 2. Jennifer Pursell, 2001 3. Stephanie Comeaux, 2005 4. Melissa Massey, 2003

APP 37 43 35 41

IP 192.2 198.0 141.2 198.2

G 67 54 66 62 56

H 90 67 81 83 71

DOUBLES Name 1. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 2. Michelle Gates, 1997 Courtney Bures, 2006 4. Jenny Hehnke, 1997 5. Sam Lenahan, 2011

G 67 56 66 56 55

2B 17 16 16 14 12

HITS Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2008 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 3. Michelle Gates, 1998 4. Keri McCallum, 1998 5. Jenny Hehnke, 1998 Courtney Bures, 2006

G 60 67 57 55 56 61

H 90 78 70 64 62 62

TRIPLES Name 1. Keri McCallum, 1997 2. Courtney Bures, 2005 3. Ka’ili Smith, 2009 Erin Nesbit, 2010 5. Five Players with

G 54 66 56 55

3B 11 5 4 4 3

BATTING AVERAGE Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2008 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 3. Michelle Gates, 1998 4. Jenny Hehnke, 1998 5. Keri McCallum, 1998

G 60 68 57 56 55

H 90 78 70 62 64

HOME RUNS Name 1. Courtney Bures, 2005 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 3. Sammie Jo Bailey, 2006 Sam Lenahan, 2011 4. Erin Nesbit, 2010 5. Michelle Gates, 1997 Iyhia McMichael, 2001 Heidi Shape, 2011

G 66 67 57 55 55 56 62 56

HR 17 13 8 8 6 5 5 5

DOUBLES Name 1. Michelle Gates, 1998 Iyhia McMichael, 2002 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 4. Krystal Tillman, 2002 5. Lindsay Nelson, 2002 Hayle Guess, 2006

G 57 67 68 64 53 61

2B 15 15 14 11 10 10

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Name 1. Courtney Bures, 2005 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 3. Sam Lenahan, 2011 4. Connie Pendley, 1985 5. Iyhia McMichael, 2001

G 66 67 55 37 62

TB 158 152 81 50 91

TRIPLES Name 1. Michelle Gates, 1998 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2002 3. Keri McCallum, 1998 Courtney Bures, 2006 5. Hayle Guess, 2006

G 57 67 55 61 61

3B 10 8 6 6 4

STOLEN BASES Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2007 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2001 3. Keri McCallum, 1997 4. Jennifer Jessup, 2001 5. Courtney Bures, 2005

G 62 62 54 62 66

SB 46 28 27 19 18

HOME RUNS Name 1. Ka’ili Smith, 2010 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 Katie Cooley, 2005 4. Kasey Whitehead, 2000 5. Michelle Gates, 1998

G 55 68 62 62 57

HR 10 8 8 7 6

TOTAL BASES Name 1. Courtney Bures, 2005 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 3. Michelle Gates, 1997 4. Keri McCallum, 1997 5. Chelsea Bramlett, 2007

G 66 67 56 54 62

TB 158 152 99 97 95

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Name 1. Michelle Gates, 1998 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 3. Ka’ili Smith, 2010 4. Courtney Bures, 2006 5. Iyhia McMichael, 2002

G 57 68 55 61 67

TB 123 120 96 98 12

RUNS BATTED IN Name 1. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 2. Courtney Bures, 2005 3. Michelle Gates, 1997 4. Keri McCallum, 1997 5. Sam Lenahan, 2011

G 67 66 56 54 55

RBI 65 54 48 39 36

STOLEN BASES Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2008 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2002 3. Michelle Gates, 1998 4. Hayle Guess, 2006 5. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000

G 60 67 57 61 68

SB 46 36 30 23 21

BASES ON BALLS Name 1. Cheri Smith, 1998 Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 3. Sam Lenahan, 2011 4. Ka’ili Smith, 2009 5. Iyhia McMichael, 2001

G 57 67 55 56 62

BB 30 30 29 22 20

TOTAL BASES Name 1. Michelle Gates, 1998 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 3. Iyhia McMichael, 2002 4. Chelsea Bramlett, 2008 5. Courtney Bures, 2006

G 57 68 67 60 61

TB 141 120 112 105 98

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Name 1. Cathy Pippins, 1986 2. Kim Davis, 1985 3. Michelle Gates, 1997 4. Kelli Miller, 2004 5. Jennifer Pursell, 2000

ER 13 32 48 36 73

IP 87.1 141.1 176.0 131.1 256.2

RUNS BATTED IN Name 1. Ka’ili Smith, 2010 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2002 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 4. Courtney Bures, 2006 5. Michelle Gates, 1998

G 55 67 68 61 57

RBI 50 48 43 37 35

ERA 1.04 1.85 1.91 1.92 1.99

ER 11 49 56 46 56

INNINGS PITCHED Name 1. Melissa Massey, 2003 2. Jennifer Pursell, 2001 3. Ragan Blake, 2006 4. Stephanie Comeaux, 2005 5. Kelli Miller, 2005

BATTING AVERAGE Name 1. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 2. Keri McCallum, 1997 3. Courtney Bures, 2005 4. Chelsea Bramlett, 2007 5. Jenny Hehnke, 1997

SLG% .756 .749 .563 .495 .481

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Name 1. Kim Davis, 1986 2. Ragan Blake, 2006 3. Jennifer Pursell, 2001 4. Kelli Miller, 2005 5. Stephanie Comeaux, 2004

AB 207 200 194 184 183

H 90 83 81 71 67

AB 209 203 144 101 189

BB 49 37 29 22 21

G 67 60 64 57 55

G 67 62 66 56 54

BA .443 .427 .388 .386 .366

G 68 67 62 67 57

AT-BATS Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2002 2. Chelsea Bramlett, 2008 3. Krystal Tillman, 2002 4. Michelle Gates, 1998 5. Keri McCallum, 1998

HITS Name 1. Kellie Wilkerson, 1999 2. Chelsea Bramlett, 2007 3. Courtney Bures, 2005 4. Jenny Hehnke, 1997 5. Keri McCallum, 1997

AB 203 157 209 215 194

BASES ON BALLS Name 1. Kellie Wilkerson, 2000 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2002 3. Katie Cooley, 2005 4. Kate Jaspers, 2002 5. Sam Lenahan, 2012

AB 200 181 184 165 183

AB 184 181 161 179 207

BA .450 .431 .380 .376 .350

SLG% .668 .663 .596 .547 .541

ERA 0.79 1.78 1.98 2.39 2.77

SO 183 107 105 96

JUNIORS

AT-BATS Name 1. Keri McCallum, 1999 2. Jenny Hehnke, 1999 3. Krystal Tillman, 2003 4. Karrie Rider, 1999 5. Michelle Gates, 1999

G 67 67 64 67 65

AB 235 206 196 193 190

RUNS Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 2. Keri McCallum, 1999 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 Chelsea Bramlett, 2009 5. Hayle Guess, 2007

G 64 67 66 56 62

R 63 57 55 55 44

HITS Name 1. Keri McCallum, 1999 Chelsea Bramlett, 2009 3. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 4. Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 5. Jenny Hehnke, 1999

G 67 56 64 61 67

H 88 88 75 70 66

BATTING AVERAGE Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2009 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 3. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 4. Keri McCallum, 1999 5. Jennifer Waterman, 2003

G 56 61 64 67 52

H 88 70 75 88 53

DOUBLES Name 1. Keri McCallum, 1999 2. Jennifer Waterman, 2003 3. Michelle Gates, 1999 4. Courtney Bures, 2007 5. Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 Callye Williams, 2005 Ali Bainbridge, 2010

G 67 52 65 61 61 65 55

2B 22 18 15 13 12 12 12

TRIPLES Name 1. Keri McCallum, 1999 2. Melanie Morgan, 1985 3. Kate Jaspers, 2003 Nakita Boyce, 2007 5. Meg Hartnett, 1985 Iyhia McMichael, 2003

G 67 38 63 61 40 64

3B 10 7 6 6 5 5

HOME RUNS Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 2. Jessica Cooley, 2012 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 4. Meg Hartnett, 1985 Hayle Guess, 2007

G 64 57 61 40 62

HR 18 15 14 6 6

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 3. Melanie Morgan, 1985 4. Jessica Cooley, 2012 5. Meg Hartnett, 1985

G 64 61 38 57 40

TB 149 128 73 97 75

STOLEN BASES Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2009 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 4. Hayle Guess, 2007 5. Nakita Boyce, 2007

G 56 64 61 62 61

SB 54 36 35 25 20

AB 181 167 186 235 143

BA .486 .419 .403 .374 .371

AB 186 167 118 158 133

SLG% .801 .766 .619 .614 .564

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CLASS RECORDS TOTAL BASES Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 2. Keri McCallum, 1999 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 4. Chelsea Bramlett, 2009 5. Jessica Cooley, 2012

G 64 67 61 56 57

TB 149 130 128 99 97

RUNS BATTED IN Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 2. Courtney Bures, 2007 3. Jessica Cooley, 2012 4. Michelle Gates, 1999 5. Jennifer Waterman, 2003

G 64 61 57 65 52

RBI 63 56 41 40 37

BASES ON BALLS Name 1. Kellie Wilkerson, 2001 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2003 3. Katie Cooley, 2006 4. Jessica Cooley, 2012 5. Brittany Bell, 2010

G 61 64 57 57 54

BB 48 38 31 28 24

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Name 1. Autumn Anderson, 1999 2. Stephanie Comeaux, 2006 3. Alicia Judd, 1997 4. Kelsey Nurnberg, 2008 5. Melissa Massey, 2004

ER 42 39 41 56 63

IP 275.2 155.2 143.1 173.1 180.0

INNINGS PITCHED Name 1. Autumn Anderson, 1998 2. Stephanie Becker, 2012 3. Melissa Massey, 2004 4. Kelsey Nurnberg, 2008 5. Stephanie Comeaux, 2006

APP 50 43 37 38 29

IP 275.2 182.2 180.0 173.1 155.2

STRIKEOUTS Name 1. Autumn Anderson, 1998 2. Stephanie Becker, 2012 3. Kylie Vry, 2012 4. Melissa Massey, 2004 5. Kelsey Nurnberg, 2008

APP 50 43 34 37 38

IP 275.2 182.2 122.0 180.0 173.1

ERA 1.07 1.75 2.00 2.26 2.45

SO 246 163 117 115 98

SENIORS

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HOME RUNS Name 1 Iyhia McMichael, 2004 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 Brittany Bell, 2012 4. Melanie Morgan, 1985 Courtney Nesbit, 2011

G 65 66 57 38 56

HR 10 9 9 8 8

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 3. Brittany Bell, 2012 4. Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 5. Keri McCallum, 2000

G 65 66 57 55 71

TB 153 129 99 113 145

STOLEN BASES Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 3. Keri McCallum, 2000 4. Nakita Boyce, 2008 5. Michelle Gates, 2000 Ali Bainbridge, 2011

G 55 65 71 63 69 56

SB 61 41 31 22 20 20

TOTAL BASES Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 2. Keri McCallum, 2000 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 4. Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 5. Courtney Bures, 2008

G 65 71 66 55 63

TB 153 145 129 113 107

RUNS BATTED IN Name 1. Jennifer Waterman, 2004 2. Kate Jaspers, 2004 3. Courtney Bures, 2008 4. Karrie Rider, 2000 5. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 Courtney Nesbit, 2011

G 64 63 63 71 65 56

RBI 55 47 46 43 42 42

BASES ON BALLS Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 2. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 3. Ka’ili Smith, 2012 4. Ali Bainbridge, 2011 5. Courtney Bures, 2008

G 65 66 57 56 63

BB 51 50 44 40 27

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Minimum 40 IP) Name 1. Vicki Bonar, 1985 2. Alicia Judd, 1998 3. Sara Hickerson, 2007 4. Kelli Miller, 2007 5. Autumn Anderson, 1999 6. Kasey Whitehead, 2002

ER 30 35 28 47 77 85

IP 132.0 129.1 100.2 165.0 254.0 221.1

AT-BATS Name 1. Keri McCallum, 2000 2. Karrie Rider, 2000 3. Michelle Gates, 2000 4. Jenny Hehnke, 2000 5. Jennifer Nelson, 2003

G 71 71 69 69 64

AB 243 216 211 210 208

RUNS Name 1. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 2. Keri McCallum, 2000 3. Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 4. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 5. Ali Bainbridge, 2011

INNINGS PITCHED Name 1. Autumn Anderson, 1999 2. Kasey Whitehead, 2002 3. Kelli Miller, 2007 4. Vicki Bonar, 1985 5. Alicia Judd, 1997

APP 51 53 38 22 24

IP 254.0 221.2 165.0 132.0 129.1

G 65 71 55 66 56

R 83 64 56 51 48

HITS Name 1. Keri McCallum, 2000 2. Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 3. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 4. Courtney Bures, 2008 5. Kate Jaspers, 2004

STRIKEOUTS Name 1. Autumn Anderson, 1999 2. Kasey Whitehead, 2002 3. Kelli Miller, 2007 4. Kelsey Nurnberg, 2009 5. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002

APP 51 61 38 32 53

IP 254.0 221.2 165.0 124.1 74.2

G 71 55 65 63 63

H 100 98 87 74 73

BATTING AVERAGE Name 1. Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 3. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 4. Keri McCallum, 2000 5. Courtney Bures, 2008

G 55 65 66 71 63

H 98 87 80 100 74

DOUBLES Name 1. Kellie Wilkerson, 2002 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 3. Courtney Bures, 2008 4. Chelsea Raines, 2011 Courtney Nesbit, 2011

G 66 65 63 56 56

2B 18 16 14 13 13

TRIPLES Name 1. Keri McCallum, 2000 2. Iyhia McMichael, 2004 3. Jennifer Nelson, 2003 4. Chelsea Bramlett, 2010 5. Michelle Gates, 2000 Nakita Boyce, 2008 Hayle Guess, 2008 Ali Bainbridge, 2011

G 71 65 64 55 69 63 63 56

3B 11 10 7 6 4 4 4 4

AB 183 191 152 183 243

SLG% .836 .675 .651 .617 .597

Jessica Cooley tallied one of the best junior campaigns in school history in 2012, ranking second in home runs (15), third in RBIs (41), fourth in slugging percentage (.614) and walks (28) and fifth in total bases (97).

ERA 1.59 1.89 1.95 1.99 2.12 2.68

SO 160 95 85 84 77

As juniors in 2012, the lefty duo of Stephanie Becker (L) and Kylie Vry (R) combined for 280 strikeouts, the highest strikeout total by a pair of juniors in a single season in school history. AB 183 183 191 243 186

BA .536 .475 .419 .412 .398


SEC TOURNAMENT HISTORY ALL-TIME

Top Left: Prior to the 2012 SEC Tournament, MSU caught up with Sidney, who stayed with Vann Stuedeman for two months following the Tuscaloosa tornados. Top Right: The team sings “Hail State” following its game vs. Alabama in the 2012 SEC Tournament. Bottom Left: Mississippi State vs. Alabama in the 2012 SEC Tournament. Bottom Right: The Bulldogs visits the elderly couple that were Vann Stuedeman’s neighbors for over a decade.

BATTING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL

Most At-Bats, Game: 5, Four Players vs. Alabama (May 10, 1998) Most At-Bats, Series: 22, Karrie Rider (1998) Most At-Bats, Career: 43, Karrie Rider (1998-2000) Most Runs, Game: 3, 2x, last by Iyhia McMichael vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Runs, Series: 4, Iyhia McMichael (2004) Most Runs, Career: 9, Kelli Wilkerson (1999-2002) Most Hits, Game: 3, 3x, last by Kate Jaspers vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Hits, Series: 7, Michelle Gates and Jenny Hehnke (1998) Most Hits, Career: 16, Jenny Hehnke (1998-2000) Most Walks, Game: 3, Kate Jaspers vs. South Carolina (May 9, 2002) Most Walks, Series: 4, Jennifer Waterman (2004) Most Walks, Career: 9, Kelli Wilkerson (1999-2002) Most Doubles, Game: 1, Many Times, last by Sam Lenahan vs. Alabama (May 10, 2012) Most Doubles, Series: 2, 3x, last by Jenny Hehnke and Keri McCallum (1999) Most Doubles, Career: 3, Michelle Gates (1997-2000) Most Triples, Game: 1, 4x, last by Heidi Shape vs. Alabama (May 10, 2012) Most Triples, Series: 1, 4x, last by Heidi Shape vs. Alabama (May 10, 2012) Most Triples, Career: 1, 4x, last by Heidi Shape vs. Alabama (May 10, 2012) Most Home Runs, Game: 1, 5x, last by Callye Williams vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Home Runs, Series: 1, 5x, last by Callye Williams (2004) Most Home Runs, Career: 1, 5x, last by Callye Williams (2004) Most RBI, Game: 4, Kasey Whitehead vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most RBI, Series: 4, 2x, last by Kasey Whitehead (2000) Most RBI, Career: 5, Michelle Gates (1998-2000) Most Stolen Bases, Game: 2, 3x, last by Iyhia McMichael vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Stolen Bases, Series: 3, Michelle Gates (1998) Most Stolen Bases, Career: 4, Michelle Gates (1998-2000) Most Hit By Pitches, Game: 2, Iyhia McMichael vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Hit By Pitches, Series: 2, Iyhia McMichael (2004) Most Hit By Pitches, Career: 2, Iyhia McMichael (2004) Most Total Bases, Game: 5, Kasey Whitehead vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Total Bases, Series: 11, Jenny Hehnke (1998) Most Total Bases, Career: 20, Jenny Hehnke (1998-2000)

TEAM

Most At-Bats, Game: 38 vs. Alabama (May 10, 1998) Most At-Bats, Series: 159, 1998 Most Runs, Game: 9 vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Runs, Series: 13, 2x, last in 2004 Most Hits, Game: 11 vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Hits, Series: 39, 1998 Most Walks, Game: 5 vs. Alabama (May 12, 2011) Most Walks, Series: 8, 2x, last in 2001 Most Doubles, Game: 3 vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Doubles, Series: 6, 1999 Most Triples, Game: 1, 4x, last vs. Alabama (May 10, 2012) Most Triples, Series: 1, 4x, last in 2012 Most Home Runs, Game: 2 vs. Alabama (May 13, 2000) Most Home Runs, Series: 3, 2000 Most RBI, Game: 8 vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most RBI, Series: 12, 2004 Most Stolen Bases, Game: 4 vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Stolen Bases, Series: 5, 1998 Most Hit By Pitches, Game: 2, 2x, last vs. Tennessee (May 13, 2004) Most Hit By Pitches, Series: 2, 2x, last in 2004 Most Total Bases, Game: 18 vs. Auburn (May 12, 2000) Most Total Bases, Series: 53, 1998

PITCHING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL

Most Appearances, Series: 6, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Appearances, Career: 10, Autumn Anderson (1998-99) Most Games Started, Series: 6, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Games Started, Career: 10, Autumn Anderson (1998-99) Most Innings Pitched, Game: 9.0, Autumn Anderson vs. LSU (May 15, 1999) Most Innings Pitched, Series: 42.2, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Innings Pitched, Career: 71.1, Autumn Anderson (1998-99) Most Strikeouts, Game: 11, Autumn Anderson vs. South Carolina (May 15, 1999) Most Strikeouts, Series: 27, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Strikeouts, Career: 49, Autumn Anderson (1998-99) Most Wins, Series: 4, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Wins, Career: 6, Autumn Anderson (1998-99) Most Saves, Series: 1, 4x, last by Ragan Blake (2005) Most Saves, Career: 1, 4x, last by Ragan Blake (2005) Most Shutouts, Series: 2.5, Autumn Anderson (1998) Most Shutouts, Career: 2.5, Autumn Anderson (1998-99) Fewest Hits Allowed, Game (at least 7.0 IP): 3, Autumn Anderson vs. Florida (May 10, 1998) Fewest Hits Allowed, Series (at least 7.0 IP): 4, Melissa Massey (2003) Lowest ERA, Series (at least 7 IP): 0.81, Ragan Blake (2005) Least Walks Allowed, Series (at least 7 IP): 1, 3x, last by Stephanie Becker (2011) Complete Games, Series: 5, Autumn Anderson (1998) Complete Games, Career: 7, Autumn Anderson (1998-99)

TEAM

Most Innings Pitched, Game: 9.0 vs. LSU (May 15, 1999) Most Innings Pitched, Series: 43.2, 1998 Least Hits Allowed, Game: 1 vs. Florida (May 10, 2001) Least Hits Allowed, Series: 2, 2008 Least Runs Allowed, Game: 0, 4x, last vs. Florida (May 10, 2001) Most Strikeouts, Game: 11 vs. South Carolina (May 15, 1999) Most Strikeouts, Series: 27, 1998 Least Walks Allowed, Game: 0, 2x, last vs. South Carolina (May 13, 2005) Most Complete Games, Series: 5, 1998 Most Shutouts, Series: 3, 1998 Most Wins, Series: 4, 1998 Longest Winning Streak: 4 Games, 1998

Appearances................................................................................... 12 Overall Record..........................................................................11-20 In Opening Game........................................................................3-9 In Finals............................................................................................0-1 In Extra Innings............................................................................0-2 In One-Run Games......................................................................5-7 Vs. Ranked Teams..................................................................... 2-14 In Auburn, Ala...............................................................................0-2 In Chattanooga, Tenn................................................................2-4 In Columbus, Ga...........................................................................7-6 In Gainesville, Fla........................................................................1-2 In Oxford, Miss..............................................................................0-1 In Plant City, Fla...........................................................................0-2 In Tuscaloosa, Ala........................................................................1-3 As 1st Seed.....................................................................................N/A As 2nd Seed...................................................................................N/A As 3rd Seed....................................................................................N/A As 4th Seed.....................................................................................5-4 As 5th Seed.....................................................................................1-3 As 6th Seed.....................................................................................2-2 As 7th Seed.....................................................................................3-7 As 8th Seed.....................................................................................0-4 Vs. 1st Seed.....................................................................................2-5 Vs. 2nd Seed...................................................................................1-4 Vs. 3rd Seed....................................................................................1-3 Vs. 4th Seed....................................................................................1-6 Vs. 5th Seed....................................................................................2-1 Vs. 6th Seed....................................................................................2-1 Vs. 7th Seed...................................................................................N/A Vs. 8th Seed....................................................................................2-0 On May 8..........................................................................................1-3 On May 9..........................................................................................2-2 On May 10.......................................................................................3-3 On May 11.......................................................................................0-3 On May 12.......................................................................................1-3 On May 13.......................................................................................3-1 On May 14.......................................................................................0-3 On May 15.......................................................................................1-1 On May 16.......................................................................................0-1 Vs. Alabama....................................................................................1-6 Vs. Arkansas...................................................................................1-2 Vs. Auburn.......................................................................................1-1 Vs. Florida........................................................................................3-1 Vs. Georgia......................................................................................1-3 Vs. LSU...............................................................................................0-2 Vs. South Carolina.......................................................................3-3 Vs. Tennessee.................................................................................1-2

GAME-BY-GAME 1998 - Columbus, Ga. (4-2) South Carolina Georgia South Carolina Florida Florida Alabama

L W W W W L

0-2 3-2 3-0 1-0 1-0 4-5 (9)

1999 - Columbus, Ga. (2-2) Alabama #24 Tennessee #14 South Carolina #7 LSU

W L W L

6-3 2-4 2-1 0-2 (9)

2000 - Columbus, Ga. (1-2) Arkansas L Auburn W #11 Alabama L

1-2 9-3 3-4

2001 - Chattanooga, Tenn. (1-2) Florida W #3 LSU L Arkansas L

1-0 1-2 2-7

2002 - Chattanooga, Tenn. (1-2) South Carolina L Arkansas W #25 Georgia L

5-11 5-1 1-7

2003 - Plant City, Fla. (0-2) #7 Georgia L #19 South Carolina L

0-3 1-2

2004 - Tuscaloosa, Ala. (1-2) #10 Tennessee W #6 Georgia L #12 Auburn L

8-2 2-11 (5) 3-4

2005 - Gainesville, Fla. (1-2) #9 Alabama L South Carolina W #11 Tennessee L

0-5 4-1 0-3

2007 - Auburn, Ala. (0-1) #25 Florida

L

0-3

2008 - Auburn, Ala. (0-1) Alabama

L

0-1

2011 - Oxford, Miss. (0-1) #4 Alabama

L

1-5

2012 - Tuscaloosa, Ala. (0-1) #3 Alabama L

2-5

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY ALL-TIME Appearances......................................................................................9 Overall Record............................................................................ 9-18 In Opening Game........................................................................5-4 In Extra Innings............................................................................1-1 In One-Run Games......................................................................3-3 Vs. Ranked Teams..................................................................... 0-13 In Austin, Texas.............................................................................2-2 In Eugene, Ore..............................................................................0-2 In Lafayette, La.............................................................................1-2 In Lincoln, Neb..............................................................................2-4 In Seattle, Wash............................................................................2-2 In Tallahassee, Fla.......................................................................0-2 In Tempe, Ariz................................................................................1-2 In Tucson, Ariz...............................................................................1-2 Vs. ACC..............................................................................................0-1 Vs. America East...........................................................................1-0 Vs. Big West....................................................................................1-3 Vs. Big Ten.......................................................................................1-1 Vs. Big 12.........................................................................................0-2 Vs. Pac-12........................................................................................1-7 Vs. Pacific Coast Softball Conference................................0-2 Vs. Southern...................................................................................1-0 Vs. Southland................................................................................3-0 Vs. Sun Belt.....................................................................................1-2 On May 15.......................................................................................1-1 On May 16.......................................................................................1-5 On May 17.......................................................................................1-2 On May 18.......................................................................................2-2 On May 19.......................................................................................1-2 On May 20.......................................................................................2-2 On May 21.......................................................................................0-3 On May 22.......................................................................................1-1 Vs. Arizona......................................................................................0-1 Vs. Arizona State..........................................................................0-1 Vs. BYU..............................................................................................0-1 Vs. California..................................................................................0-2 Vs. Chattanooga...........................................................................1-0 Vs. Florida Atlantic......................................................................0-1 Vs. Florida International..........................................................1-0 Vs. Florida State...........................................................................0-1 Vs. Hawaii........................................................................................0-2 Vs. Iowa.............................................................................................1-0 Vs. Louisiana-Lafayette............................................................0-1 Vs. Nebraska...................................................................................0-1 Vs. Northwestern State.............................................................1-0 Vs. Pacific.........................................................................................1-1 Vs. Portland State........................................................................0-1 Vs. Stony Brook.............................................................................1-0 Vs. Texas...........................................................................................0-2 Vs. Texas A&M-CC........................................................................2-0 Vs. Utah............................................................................................1-1 Vs. Washington.............................................................................0-2

GAME-BY-GAME 2000 - Seattle, Wash. (2-2) Chattanooga W Utah W #1 Washington L Utah L 2002 - Lafayette, La. (1-2) #4 Arizona State Northwestern State #19 Louisiana-Lafayette

L W L

1-4 9-6 3-10

2003 - Lincoln, Neb. (1-2) Florida International #8 Washington #11 Nebraska

W L L

4-2 0-8 (6) 0-8 (6)

2004 - Lincoln, Neb. (1-2) Iowa #2 California Florida Atlantic

W L L

2-1 (8) 1-2 0-1

2005 - Austin, Texas (2-2) Texas A&M-CC #5 Texas Texas A&M-CC #5 Texas

W L W L

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

2007 - Tucson, Ariz. (1-2) Pacific #4 Arizona Pacific

W L L

7-1 0-8 10-12

2008 - Tempe, Ariz. (1-2) #23 Hawaii Stony Brook #23 Hawaii

L W L

7-9 8-3 4-7

2009 - Tallahassee, Fla. (0-2) #14 California L #16 Florida State L

3-8 0-5

2012 - Eugene, Ore. (0-2) BYU Portland State

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6-1 11-3 (6) 1-4 1-4

L L

3-4 (9) 0-2

Top: Last year’s Bulldogs played in the NCAA Eugene Regional at historic Howe Field. Bottom: From a chartered flight (left) to Pre’s Rock (right), the Maroon and White enjoyed the 2012 NCAA Tournament experience.

BATTING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL

Most At-Bats, Game: 5, Chelsea Bramlett vs. Hawaii (May 16, 2008) Most At-Bats, Series: 13, 3x, last by Courtney Bures and Jennifer Jessup (2005) Most At-Bats, Career: 31, Courtney Bures (2005-08) Most Runs, Game: 2, Many Times, last in 2008 by four players Most Runs, Series: 5, Hayle Guess (2008) Most Runs, Career: 8, Chelsea Bramlett (2007-09) Most Hits, Game: 3, Many Times, last by Chelsea Bramlett vs. California (May 15, 2009) Most Hits, Series: 7, Ali Bainbridge (2008) Most Hits, Career: 13, Chelsea Bramlett (2007-09) Most Walks, Game: 3, 2x, last by Jessie Bailey vs. Pacific (May 18, 2007) Most Walks, Series: 6, 2x, last by Jessie Bailey (2007) Most Walks, Career: 6, 2x, last by Jessie Bailey (2006-07) Most Doubles, Game: 2, Sammie Jo Bailey vs. Pacific (May 19, 2007) Most Doubles, Series: 2, 2x, last by Sammie Jo Bailey (2007) Most Doubles, Career: 2, 4x, last by Hayle Guess (2007-08) Most Triples, Game: 1, 2x, last by Tanelda McDonald vs. Texas A&M-CC (May 20, 2005) Most Triples, Series: 1, 2x, last by Tanelda McDonald (2005) Most Triples, Career: 1, 2x, last by Tanelda McDonald (2004-05) Most Home Runs, Game: 1, 5x, last by Brittany Bell vs. Hawaii (May 17, 2008) Most Home Runs, Series: 1, 5x, last by Brittany Bell (2008) Most Home Runs, Career: 1, 5x, last by Brittany Bell (2008) Most RBI, Game: 7, Hayle Guess vs. Pacific (May 18, 2007) Most RBI, Series: 8, Hayle Guess (2007) Most RBI, Career: 12, Hayle Guess (2004-08) Most Stolen Bases, Game: 2, 2x, last by Chelsea Bramlett vs. Hawaii (May 17, 2008) Most Stolen Bases, Series: 2, 3x, last by Heidi Shape (2012) Most Stolen Bases, Career: 3, Chelsea Bramlett (2007-09) Most Hit By Pitches, Game: 1, Many Times, last by Erin Nesbit vs. Portland State (May 18, 2012 Most Hit By Pitches, Series: 2, 2x, last by Kate Jaspers (2004) Most Hit By Pitches, Career: 2, 2x, last by Kate Jaspers (2004) Most Total Bases, Game: 7, Hayle Guess vs. Pacific (May 18, 2007) Most Total Bases, Series: 10, Hayle Guess (2008) Most Total Bases, Career: 19, Hayle Guess (2004-08)

TEAM

Most At-Bats, Game: 33, 2x, last vs. BYU (May 17, 2012) Most At-Bats, Series: 98, 2000 Most Runs, Game: 11, vs. Utah (May 19, 2000) Most Runs, Series: 19, 2x, last in 2008 Most Hits, Game: 16 vs. Hawaii (May 16, 2008) Most Hits, Series: 38, 2008 Most Walks, Game: 8, vs. Pacific (May 19, 2007) Most Walks, Series: 16, 2007 Most Doubles, Game: 2, 5x, last vs. BYU (May 17, 2012) Most Doubles, Series: 4, 2x, last in 2007 Most Triples, Game: 1, 2x, last vs. Texas A&M-CC (May 20, 2005) Most Triples, Series: 1, 2x, last in 2005 Most Home Runs, Game: 1, Many Times, last vs. Hawaii (May 17, 2008) Most Home Runs, Series: 3, 2008 Most RBI, Game: 11 vs. Utah (May 19, 2000) Most RBI, Series: 18, 2x, last in 2008 Most Stolen Bases, Game: 4 vs. California (May 15, 2009) Most Stolen Bases, Series: 4, 3x, last in 2009 Most Hit By Pitches, Game: 2, 2x, last vs. Portland State (May 18, 2012) Most Hit By Pitches, Series: 3, 2000 Most Total Bases, Game: 19, vs. Hawaii (May 16, 2008) Most Total Bases, Series: 50, 2008

BATTING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL

Most Appearances, Series: 4, Jennifer Pursell (2000) Most Appearances, Career: 8, Kelli Miller (2004-07) Most Games Started, Series: 3, Misty Flesher (2008) Most Games Started, Career: 6, Kelli Miller (2004-07) Most Innings Pitched, Game: 8.0, Melissa Massey vs. Iowa (May 20, 2004) Most Innings Pitched, Series: 16.2, Misty Flesher (2008) Most Innings Pitched, Career: 39.1, Kelli Miller (2004-07) Most Strikeouts, Game: 10, Kylie Vry vs. BYU (May 17, 2012) Most Strikeouts, Series: 16, Kylie Vry (2012) Most Strikeouts, Career: 16, Kylie Vry (2012) Most Wins, Series: 2, Jennifer Pursell (2000) Most Wins, Career: 2, 2x, last by Kelli Miller (2004-07) Most Saves, Series: N/A Most Saves, Career: N/A Most Shutouts, Series: 1, Kelli Miller (2005) Most Shutouts, Career: 1, Kelli Miller (2004-05) Fewest Hits Allowed, Series (at least 7.0 IP): 5, Melissa Massey (2004) Lowest ERA, Series (at least 7 IP): 0.44 in 16.0 IP, Kelli Miller (2005) Least Walks Allowed, Series (at least 7 IP): 0 in 16.0 IP, Kelli Miller (2005) Complete Games, Series: 2, Kelli Miller (2005) Complete Games, Career: 3, Kelli Miller (2004-05)

TEAM

Most Innings Pitched, Game: 8.0, vs. Iowa (May 20, 2004) Most Innings Pitched, Series: 28.0, 2005 Least Runs Allowed, Game: 0, vs. Texas A&M-CC (May 20, 2005) Most Strikeouts, Game: 13, vs. BYU (May 17, 2012) Most Strikeouts, Series: 19, 2012 Most Complete Games, Series: 2, 2x, last in 2005 Most Shutouts, Series: 1, 2005 Most Wins, Series: 2, 2000 and 2005 Longest Winning Streak: 2 Games, 2000


ALL-TIME RESULTS 1982

1985

2-18 Overall Home: 2-4 • Away: 0-2 • Neutral: 0-12

28-14 Overall Home: 11-5 • Away: 7-3 • Neutral: 10-6

3/10 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/27 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/20 4/20

! ! ! # # # # # $ $ $ $

at LSU at LSU Stephen F. Austin Kent State Kent State LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE CARTHAGE COLLEGE CARTHAGE COLLEGE Oklahoma State Utah Iowa State Nebraska-Omaha Idaho State NE Missouri State Oklahoma State Kansas Iowa LSU LSU

L, 0-14 L, 7-8 L, 0-10 L, 3-10 L, 8-9 W, 13-3 L, 9-15 W, 6-1 L, 13-16 L, 0-2 L, 0-9 L, 1-12 L, 0-8 L, 0-8 L, 2-3 L, 1-9 L, 1-9 L, 1-6 L, 2-3 L, 1-4

! LSU Tournament (Baton Rouge, La.); # Oklahoma Invitational (Bartlesville, Okla.); $ Southwest Missouri State Invitational (Springfield, Mo.).

1983 6-13 Overall Home: 3-5 • Away: 2-2 • Neutral: 1-6

2/26 2/26 3/13 3/13 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/22 3/22 4/9 4/9 4/12 4/12 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/23 4/23

! ! ! ! # # #

at Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Lafayette LOUISIANA-MONROE LOUISIANA-MONROE Eastern Connecticut Fairleigh Dickinson Trenton Rhode Island SOUTHERN MISS SOUTHERN MISS NICHOLLS STATE NICHOLLS STATE at Southern Miss at Southern Miss Illinois State Texas-Arlington Oklahoma LOUISIANA TECH LOUISIANA TECH

L, 1-2 L, 1-6 L, 0-3 W, 4-3 L, 1-2 W, 21-6 L, 0-5 L, 5-9 W, 3-0 W, 4-3 L, 2-4 L, 2-4 W, 3-0 W, 5-4 L, 0-2 L, 2-7 L, 0-4 L, 0-4 L, 0-9

! South Carolina State Invitational (Columbia, S.C.); # Louisiana Tech Invitational (Ruston, La.)

1984 11-20 Overall Home: 5-11 • Away: 4-6 • Neutral: 2-3

3/3 3/3 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/23 4/3 4/3 4/7 4/7 4/10 4/10 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/25 4/25

! ! ! # # # #

at Northwestern State at Northwestern State FLORIDA A&M FLORIDA A&M FLORIDA STATE FLORIDA STATE LOUISIANA TECH LOUISIANA TECH at Florida State George Mason Florida A&M WESTERN ILLINOIS WESTERN ILLINOIS MICHIGAN STATE MICHIGAN STATE LUTHER COLLEGE LUTHER COLLEGE at Southern Miss at Southern Miss LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Monroe William Woods SE Missouri State Arkansas State at Kentucky Wesleyan SOUTHERN MISS SOUTHERN MISS at Nicholls State at Nicholls State

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

! FSU Invitational (Tallahassee, Fla.); # Kentucky Wesleyan Invitational (Owensboro, Ky.)

3/9 3/9 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/23 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/29 3/30 3/30 4/2 4/2 4/4 4/4 4/9 4/9 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/28 4/28

! ! ! ! $ $ $ $ $ ? ? ? ? # # # # ^ ^ ^ * *

1997

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN W, 8-5 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN W, 7-2 GEORGIA STATE W, 17-1 WEST GEORGIA W, 12-0 TENNESSEE TECH W, 25-3 MISSISSIPPI UNIV. WOMEN L, 1-10 SOUTHERN MISS L, 3-5 (8) SOUTHERN MISS L, 4-5 (9) SW MISSOURI STATE L, 0-1 SW MISSOURI STATE W, 4-2 Nicholls State L, 2-3 (9) Florida A&M L, 0-1 Ohio State L, 2-3 Western Illinois L, 3-5 Maine W, 7-0 ARKANSAS STATE W, 12-0 ARKANSAS STATE W, 11-2 Southern Miss W, 4-0 Grambling W, 11-2 West Georgia W, 14-2 at Mississippi Univ. Women W, 5-0 NICHOLLS STATE W, 3-2 NICHOLLS STATE L, 3-5 at Southern Miss W, 6-1 at Southern Miss W, 9-1 MISSISSIPPI UNIV. WOMEN W, 7-1 MISSISSIPPI UNIV. WOMEN W, 7-2 Mississippi Univ. Women W, 3-2 Kentucky Wesleyan W, 4-2 Illinois Central Junior College W, 5-3 Akron L, 0-2 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-3 at Louisiana Tech L, 2-5 at Grambling W, 6-5 at Grambling W, 11-1 at Mississippi Univ. Women L, 1-5 at Mississippi Univ. Women W, 5-1 at Tennessee Tech W, 11-2 Cleveland State Junior College W, 5-2 Lincoln College W, 7-4 #10 South Carolina L, 3-7 (9) #10 South Carolina W, 5-4 (9)

! MSU Invitational (Starkville); $ FSU Invitational (Tallahassee, Fla.); ? Mississippi Univ. Women Tournament (Columbus, Miss.); # Kentucky Wesleyan Invitational (Owensboro, Ky.); ^ Tennessee Tech Tournament (Cookeville, Tenn.); * Cookeville, Tenn.

1986 27-11 Overall Home: 13-5 • Away: 8-2 • Neutral: 6-4

2/28 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/18 3/18 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/25 3/25 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 4/1 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/7 4/7 4/10 4/10 4/12 4/12 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/23

! ! ! ! # # # # $ $ $ $ % % % %

Texas A&M Louisiana-Lafayette Texas State Toledo SW MISSOURI STATE SW MISSOURI STATE KENTUCKY WESLEYAN KENTUCKY WESLEYAN BRADLEY BRADLEY Eastern Michigan West Florida at Florida State Ohio State at Southern Miss at Southern Miss GEORGIA STATE SOUTHERN MISS ST. MARY’S (NE) ARKANSAS STATE at Delta State at Delta State MISSISSIPPI UNIV. WOMEN MISSISSIPPI UNIV. WOMEN at Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State at Arkansas State LOUISIANA TECH LOUISIANA TECH Central Oklahoma State at Texas-Arlington North Texas Oklahoma City DELTA STATE DELTA STATE SOUTHERN MISS SOUTHERN MISS

L, 0-6 L, 1-2 W, 5-3 L, 0-2 L, 0-2 L, 3-10 W, 3-0 W, 11-2 W, 2-1 L, 0-6 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 W, 5-4 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 4-2 W, 11-1 W, 15-0 W, 11-1 W, 9-2 W, 6-5 W, 10-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-1 W, 12-4 W, 9-0 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 W, 6-3 L, 2-3 W, 11-1 W, 6-2 W, 3-2 W, 5-1

1998

29-27 Overall • 11-17 SEC (8th, 5th SEC West) Home: 13-12 • Away: 7-8 • Neutral: 10-6

36-21 Overall • 15-11 SEC (T-4th, 3rd SEC West) Home: 16-9 • Away: 12-4 • Neutral: 6-6

2/21 2/21 2/22 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/23 2/26 2/26 3/1 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/2 3/6 3/6 3/14 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/15 3/20 3/20 3/22 3/22 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/28 3/28 3/29 3/29 4/4 4/4 4/11 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/23 4/23 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/30 4/30 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/4

# # # # # # # $ $ $ $ $ $ ? ? ? ? ? ?

Nicholls State Tennessee-Martin Alcorn State Tulsa at Louisiana-Monroe Tulsa Northern Illinois SAMFORD SAMFORD Alabama State Tennessee State at Troy State Tennessee State Alabama State at Troy State OLE MISS OLE MISS New Mexico St. Mary’s Colorado State Missouri New Mexico Notre Dame at Samford at Samford #4 SOUTH CAROLINA #4 SOUTH CAROLINA MCNEESE STATE GEORGIA GEORGIA ARKANSAS ARKANSAS ARKANSAS ARKANSAS at LSU at LSU at Kentucky at Kentucky at Tennessee at Tennessee at Alabama at Alabama ALABAMA ALABAMA LOUISIANA-MONROE LOUISIANA-MONROE LOUISIANA TECH LOUISIANA TECH FLORIDA FLORIDA at Ole Miss at Ole Miss AUBURN AUBURN AUBURN AUBURN

L, 0-6 W, 4-1 W, 19-0 (5) L, 0-1 L, 1-5 W, 7-2 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 W, 4-0 W, 30-0 (5) W, 9-0 (5) W, 3-2 W, 12-1 (6) W, 18-0 (5) W, 1-0 L, 2-3 W, 2-1 (8) W, 4-0 L, 1-2 L, 6-11 L, 3-4 (8) W, 7-2 L, 3-8 W, 6-1 W, 7-1 L, 0-4 (8) L, 3-5 W, 3-2 W, 5-2 W, 8-7 (10) W, 3-2 L, 0-4 L, 4-10 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 L, 1-9 (6) W, 6-1 (8) W, 12-7 (11) W, 5-4 (8) L, 0-11 (5) L, 2-5 (8) L, 0-8 L, 2-5 W, 2-1 L, 0-6 W, 1-0 L, 2-5 W, 3-2 (10) L, 1-3 W, 6-5 L, 0-1 (9) L, 1-4 W, 6-3 W, 4-0 L, 4-5 L, 1-4

# NLU Mardi Gras Classic (Monroe, La.); $ Troy State Invitational (Troy, Ala.); ? NIST Tournament (San Jose, Calif.).

2/14 2/14 2/15 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/26 2/28 2/28 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/7 3/11 3/11 3/14 3/14 3/22 3/22 3/24 3/24 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/28 4/1 4/1 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/8 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/19 4/19 4/21 4/21 4/25 4/25 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/2 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/10

# # # & & & ! ! ! ! ! ! ! @ @ @ @ @ @

NORTHWESTERN STATE NORTHWESTERN STATE NORTHWESTERN STATE JACKSONVILLE STATE #13 MISSOURI CHATTANOOGA Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Evansville at UC-Santa Barbara #16 Iowa Florida A&M Western Michigan at #7 South Florida Chattanooga Hofstra #2 Michigan at Florida at Florida SIENA COLLEGE SIENA COLLEGE at Georgia at Georgia GEORGIA SOUTHERN GEORGIA SOUTHERN at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas at Ole Miss at Ole Miss #14 LSU #14 LSU #14 LSU #14 LSU DELTA STATE KENTUCKY KENTUCKY TENNESSEE TENNESSEE at Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Monroe ALABAMA ALABAMA SAMFORD SAMFORD OLE MISS OLE MISS at Auburn at Auburn at Auburn at Auburn South Carolina Georgia South Carolina Florida Florida Alabama

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

# MSU Classic (Starkville); & UCSB-Dudley Invitational (Santa Barbara, Calif.); ! Speedline Classic (Tampa, Fla.); @ SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.).

Led by freshman Keri McCallum, MSU brought back softball in 1997 after an 11-year hiatus. McCallum went on to be named a First-Team All-American as a senior 2000 and played for Team USA.

! Budweiser Bayou Classic (Thibodaux, La.); # FSU Invitational (Tallahassee, Fla.); $ MSU Invitational (Starkville); % Texas-Arlington Tournament (Arlington, Texas).

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2000

1999 38-29 Overall • 15-15 SEC (6th, 4th SEC West) Home: 21-6 • Away: 6-14 • Neutral: 11-9

2/6 2/6 2/7 2/12 2/12 2/12 2/13 2/13 2/19 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/27 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/7 3/12 3/12 3/12 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/29 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/2 5/2 5/7 5/7 5/8 5/8 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/16

% % % % % ! ! ! ! ! ! ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ $ $ $ + + + +

at Northwestern State at Northwestern State at Centenary California #4 UCLA New Mexico State UNLV Utah State NORTHWESTERN STATE EVANSVILLE CHATTANOOGA EVANSVILLE JACKSONVILLE STATE JACKSONVILLE STATE Georgia Florida State #14 Michigan Hofstra Florida Atlantic New Mexico State Michigan State #14 Michigan Jacksonville State Kentucky Southern Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss #10 SOUTH CAROLINA #10 SOUTH CAROLINA GEORGIA GEORGIA ARKANSAS ARKANSAS ARKANSAS ARKANSAS DELTA STATE at #10 LSU at #10 LSU at #10 LSU at #10 LSU LOUISIANA-MONROE LOUISIANA-MONROE at Kentucky at Kentucky at Tennessee at Tennessee at Georgia Tech at Alabama at Alabama at Alabama at Alabama SAMFORD SAMFORD FLORIDA FLORIDA #6 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE #6 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE AUBURN AUBURN AUBURN AUBURN Alabama #24 Tennessee #14 South Carolina #7 LSU

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

% Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.); ! MSU Bulldog Classic (Starkville); ^ Speedline Invitational (Tampa, Fla.); $ Frost Cutlery Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.); + SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.).

2001

44-27 Overall • 17-13 SEC (4th, 4th SEC West) NCAA REGIONAL 1 Home: 19-11 • Away: 11-7 • Neutral: 14-9

2/11 2/11 2/12 2/12 2/13 2/18 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/26 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/22 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/1 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/11 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/19 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/25 4/28 4/28 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/20

! ! ! ! ! # # # # # % % % % % $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ @ @ @ & & & &

Texas A&M #3 Fresno State Cal State Fullerton Utah Utah State NORTHWESTERN STATE WINTHROP CHATTANOOGA BELMONT AUSTIN PEAY TENNESSEE TECH TENNESSEE TECH #5 Oklahoma #9 Stanford UMass Florida State #9 Stanford #25 North Carolina Penn State Georgia Southern at South Florida UMass Boston University #17 Illinois-Chicago #18 South Carolina JACKSONVILLE STATE JACKSONVILLE STATE OLE MISS OLE MISS OLE MISS OLE MISS UAB at #17 South Carolina at #17 South Carolina at Georgia at Georgia at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas #10 SOUTHERN MISS #10 SOUTHERN MISS #8 LSU #8 LSU #8 LSU #8 LSU at Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Monroe TENNESSEE TENNESSEE KENTUCKY KENTUCKY GEORGIA TECH #10 ALABAMA #10 ALABAMA #10 ALABAMA #10 ALABAMA SAMFORD at Florida at Florida at Auburn at Auburn at Auburn at Auburn Arkansas Auburn #11 Alabama Chattanooga Utah #1 Washington Utah

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

! Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.); % NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.); # MSU Bulldog Classic (Starkville); $ Speedline Invitational (Tampa, Fla.); @ SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.); & NCAA Regional I (Seattle, Wash.).

NCAA Regional I Seattle, Washington

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2002

36-26 Overall • 19-11 SEC (3rd, 3rd SEC West) Home: 19-7 • Away: 12-9 • Neutral: 5-10

2/6 2/6 2/9 2/9 2/10 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/20 2/20 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/24 3/1 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/19 4/19 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/25 4/28 4/28 4/29 5/10 5/11 5/12

! ! ! ! ! $ $ $ ^ ^ ^ ^ & & & & & & @ @ @

BELMONT BELMONT #16 Oregon State Texas A&M-CC Texas State #16 Oregon State Texas State Southern Illinois Winthrop Tennessee Tech DREXEL LOUISIANA-MONROE LOUISIANA-MONROE UNLV UNLV Penn State Penn State #18 MICHIGAN Georgia Southern Utah Michigan State Texas Tech Temple Florida Atlantic at Florida at Florida at Florida at #17 South Carolina at #17 South Carolina at #17 South Carolina GEORGIA GEORGIA GEORGIA at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Tennessee at Tennessee at Tennessee SOUTHERN MISS SOUTHERN MISS KENTUCKY KENTUCKY KENTUCKY #5 LSU #5 LSU #5 LSU AUBURN AUBURN AUBURN at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at #7 Alabama at #7 Alabama at #7 Alabama at Jacksonville State ARKANSAS ARKANSAS ARKANSAS Florida #3 LSU Arkansas

W, 9-0 (5) W, 6-1 L, 0-3 W, 8-0 (5) W, 4-2 L, 0-1 (8) L, 0-5 L, 2-3 W, 14-2 (5) W, 1-0 (8) W, 4-1 W, 2-1 (9) W, 8-5 L, 2-3 L, 0-2 L, 3-8 L, 5-6 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 (9) L, 2-3 W, 6-2 L, 0-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 L, 0-6 L, 4-5 W, 5-1 L, 1-7 W, 1-0 L, 0-2 W, 4-2 W, 6-5 (10) W, 8-7 W, 2-1 W, 7-5 (11) W, 12-0 (5) W, 13-4 W, 3-1 W, 7-1 L, 1-2 W, 9-6 L, 1-8 W, 3-2 W, 7-3 L, 0-8 L, 0-5 L, 1-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 4-3 W, 3-2 W, 4-1 (10) L, 0-7 L, 2-3 L, 0-8 (6) W, 3-2 W, 2-1 (8) W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-2 L, 2-7

! TAMU-CC Islander Classic (Corpus Christi, Texas); ^ UNLV Tri-Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.); $ MSU Bulldog Classic (Starkville); & Speedline Invitational (Tampa, Fla.); @ SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.).

36-31 Overall • 13-16 SEC (7th, 5th SEC West) NCAA REGIONAL 3 Home: 17-8 • Away: 7-12 • Neutral: 12-11

2/8 2/8 2/9 2/9 2/13 2/13 2/15 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/22 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/27 2/27 3/1 3/3 3/3 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/9 3/9 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/29 3/29 4/3 4/3 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/18 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/28 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/9 5/10 5/11 5/16 5/16 5/18

! ! ! ! % % % % ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ & & & ? ? ? ? ? ? ? @ @ @ * * *

#17 Texas State W, 8-1 Texas Tech W, 12-4 (5) #1 Arizona W, 7-1 New Mexico State W, 7-6 (8) BELMONT W, 11-0 (5) BELMONT W, 2-0 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS L, 0-2 COLORADO STATE W, 10-2 (6) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS W, 5-3 SOUTHERN MISS L, 2-7 #8 Arizona State W, 2-1 #10 Michigan W, 3-2 Connecticut L, 3-6 #18 Alabama L, 0-4 #13 Fresno State L, 1-3 OAKLAND UNIVERSITY W, 5-0 OAKLAND UNIVERSITY W, 10-1 (5) Texas L, 1-0 (14) Kansas L, 3-4 #18 Florida State W, 2-0 #13 Florida Atlantic L, 0-6 Central Michigan L, 0-2 North Carolina W, 8-3 Nicholls State W, 8-0 (5) Temple W, 6-0 Florida International W, 3-2 (8) #3 Stanford L, 0-7 #24 SOUTH CAROLINA L, 2-4 #24 SOUTH CAROLINA L, 2-5 #24 SOUTH CAROLINA W, 11-10 (9) at #4 LSU L, 3-9 at #4 LSU W, 8-7 (11) at #4 LSU L, 0-4 at #21 Georgia L, 1-3 at #21 Georgia W, 2-1 at #21 Georgia W, 4-3 TENNESSEE L, 0-2 TENNESSEE W, 8-1 at Southern Miss W, 6-2 at Southern Miss L, 0-3 at Kentucky L, 4-6 at Kentucky L, 3-10 at Kentucky W, 3-2 OLE MISS W, 1-0 OLE MISS W, 8-1 OLE MISS W, 1-0 at Auburn W, 2-1 at Auburn L, 4-6 at Auburn L, 1-3 GEORGIA TECH W, 7-4 GEORGIA TECH W, 3-0 #15 ALABAMA L, 4-10 #15 ALABAMA L, 4-8 #15 ALABAMA L, 2-8 JACKSONVILLE STATE W, 10-1 (5) at Arkansas L, 0-1 at Arkansas L, 6-7 at Arkansas L, 0-7 FLORIDA W, 4-1 FLORIDA W, 6-2 FLORIDA W, 8-2 South Carolina L, 5-11 Arkansas W, 5-1 #25 Georgia L, 1-7 #4 Arizona State L, 1-4 Northwestern State W, 9-6 at #19 Louisiana-Lafayette L, 3-10

! Arizona State Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.); % Bulldog Classic (Starkville); ^ NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.); & Florida State Sunshine Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.); ? Speedline Invitational (Plant City, Fla.); @ SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.); * NCAA Regional 3 (Lafayette, La.).

NCAA Regional 3 Lafayette, Louisiana


ALL-TIME RESULTS 2003

2004

2005

34-30 Overall • 13-16 SEC (8th, 4th SEC West) NCAA REGIONAL 5 Home: 11-8 • Away: 10-14 • Neutral: 13-8

39-26 Overall • 14-15 SEC (7th, 4th SEC West) NCAA REGIONAL 5 Home: 23-6 • Away: 9-13 • Neutral: 7-7

35-31 Overall • 12-18 SEC (6th, 3rd SEC West) NCAA REGIONAL 4 Home: 19-10 • Away: 6-13 • Neutral: 10-8

2/4 2/7 2/7 2/8 2/8 2/9 2/9 2/12 2/14 2/16 2/16 2/21 2/21 2/22 2/22 2/23 2/28 2/28 3/2 3/2 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/19 3/19 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/29 3/29 3/30 4/3 4/5 4/5 4/9 4/10 4/10 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/22 4/26 4/26 4/27 5/8 5/9 5/15 5/16 5/16

! ! ! ! ! ! ^ ^ # # # # # + + + ~ ^ @ @ & & &

SOUTHERN MISS W, 3-1 Wisconsin W, 9-2 #4 Nebraska L, 5-7 #10 Cal State Fullerton L, 0-3 #13 Arizona State L, 4-5 #24 Texas A&M W, 5-2 #2 Arizona L, 2-9 at UAB W, 2-0 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W, 14-0 (5) Jacksonville State L, 1-9 (6) Samford W,15-4 (5) Nevada W, 7-0 Miami (OH) W, 5-2 Illinois-Chicago W, 4-1 IUPU-Fort Wayne W, 5-1 Colorado State W, 5-3 at #15 Florida State W, 3-1 Syracuse W, 4-1 Pittsburgh W 5-4 (8) Syracuse W, 3-2 at #13 South Carolina W, 6-2 at #13 South Carolina L, 3-11 (6) at #13 South Carolina L, 2-5 Monmouth W, 9-1 (6) at Coastal Carolina W, 4-3 at Coastal Carolina W, 10-2 at Coastal Carolina L, 6-7 #10 GEORGIA L, 2-8 #10 GEORGIA W, 2-0 #10 GEORGIA L, 0-9 (5) BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN W, 8-0 (5) BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN W, 4-0 at Tennessee L, 0-8 (5) at Tennessee W, 11-7 at Tennessee L, 2-16 (5) #11 LSU L, 3-4 #11 LSU L, 13-15 (8) #11 LSU W, 6-2 KENTUCKY W, 7-6 KENTUCKY W, 7-0 KENTUCKY W, 6-3 Southern Miss L, 5-8 AUBURN L, 3-7 AUBURN W, 7-1 at Ole Miss W, 14-0 (5) at Ole Miss L, 5-6 at Ole Miss L, 8-10 (8) at #17 Alabama L, 3-7 at #17 Alabama L, 5-8 at #17 Alabama W, 7-3 at Georgia Tech L, 1-9 (5) at Georgia Tech L, 3-5 ARKANSAS L, 1-5 ARKANSAS W, 3-2 ARKANSAS L, 1-4 UAB L, 0-3 at #21 Florida W, 11-8 at #21 Florida W, 7-3 at #21 Florida L, 1-6 #7 Georgia L, 0-3 #19 South Carolina L, 1-2 Florida International W, 4-2 #8 Washington L, 0-8 (6) #11 Nebraska L, 0-8 (6)

! Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.); ^ Rebel/Easton Invitational (Oxford, Miss.); # Troy Cox Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.); + Seminole Challenge (Tallahassee, Fla.); ~ Conway, S.C.; @ SEC Tournament (Plant City, Fla.); & NCAA Region 5 Tournament (Lincoln, Neb.).

NCAA Regional 5 Lincoln, Nebraska

2/6 2/6 2/7 2/7 2/8 2/8 2/13 2/13 2/14 2/14 2/15 2/20 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/22 2/22 2/27 2/27 2/28 2/28 2/29 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/27 3/27 3/28 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/6 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/24 4/27 4/28 5/8 5/8 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/20 5/21 5/21

! ! ! ! ! ! ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ # # # # # # + + + + + ~ @ @ @ & & &

BRADLEY LOUISIANA TECH JACKSON STATE BRADLEY LOUISIANA TECH JACKSON STATE UC-Santa Barbara at San Diego State #21 Oklahoma State UC-Santa Barbara at San Diego State AUSTIN PEAY ALABAMA A&M MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE AUSTIN PEAY ALABAMA A&M MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE at Houston Pittsburgh BYU Villanova Virginia at #3 LSU at #3 LSU at #3 LSU #14 SOUTH CAROLINA #14 SOUTH CAROLINA #14 SOUTH CAROLINA at #6 Georgia at #6 Georgia at #6 Georgia at Chattanooga at Chattanooga #14 TENNESSEE #14 TENNESSEE #14 TENNESSEE at Southern Miss at Kentucky at Kentucky at Kentucky at #22 Auburn at #22 Auburn at #22 Auburn Southern Miss #10 ALABAMA #10 ALABAMA #10 ALABAMA at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas OLE MISS OLE MISS OLE MISS #17 FLORIDA #17 FLORIDA at UAB UAB #22 GEORGIA TECH #22 GEORGIA TECH #10 TENNESSEE #10 GEORGIA #12 AUBURN Iowa #2 California Florida Atlantic

W, 11-6 W, 6-1 W, 25-2 (5) W, 7-1 W, 1-0 W. 18-3 (5) W, 6-3 L, 3-5 L, 2-3 L, 2-5 L, 1-2 (8) W, 4-0 W, 13-0 (5) W, 12-0 (5) W, 8-0 (5) W, 13-0 (5) W, 7-0 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 W, 5-0 L, 2-6 L, 0-6 L, 4-5 L, 1-2 W, 8-0 (5) L, 4-7 W, 5-1 L, 0-9 (6) L, 4-6 W, 9-0 (5) W, 2-1 L, 1-10 L, 3-6 L, 3-5 (8) L, 0-6 W, 8-2 L, 3-4 W, 6-2 L, 2-3 L, 3-7 W, 3-2 W, 6-3 L, 0-10 (6) W, 8-6 W, 10-5 W, 2-0 W, 8-0 (6) L, 2-4 W, 8-0 (5) W, 2-1 W, 7-2 W, 7-4 W, 9-5 W, 11-3 (6) W, 7-0 W, 10-2 (6) W, 1-0 W, 8-2 L, 2-11 (5) L, 3-4 W, 2-1 (8) L, 1-2 L, 0-1

! Bulldog Round-Robin (Starkville); ^ Aztec Invitational (San Diego, Calif.); # Bulldog Classic (Starkville); + Hyatt Regency Cougar Classic (Houston, Texas); ~ Ridgeland, Miss.; @ SEC Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.); & NCAA Region 5 Tournament (Lincoln, Neb.).

NCAA Regional 5 Lincoln, Nebraska

2/4 2/4 2/5 2/5 2/6 2/6 2/12 2/12 2/18 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/25 2/25 2/26 2/26 2/27 3/2 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/8 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/17 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/30 3/30 3/31 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/26 5/7 5/7 5/8 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/22

$ $ $ $ $ $ ! ! + + + + % % % % % # # # # # # ~ ^ ^ ^ ? ? ? ?

NORTH CAROLINA STATE L, 1-2 LOUISIANA TECH W, 9-0 (5) MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W, 15-0 (5) NORTH CAROLINA STATE W, 5-1 LOUISIANA TECH W, 9-7 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W, 8-0 (6) McNeese State W, 5-0 at #5 Louisiana-Lafayette L, 2-7 TULSA W, 5-0 TENNESSEE TECH L, 3-5 TROY W, 3-0 TULSA W, 4-2 #1 California L, 4-9 Cal State Fullerton W, 5-4 (8) #20 Pacific L, 4-5 Utah W, 10-3 #18 Oregon State L, 5-6 SOUTHERN MISS W, 9-0 (6) Florida A&M W, 4-2 St. Francis (PA) W, 7-0 Georgia Southern W, 7-4 Virginia Tech L, 3-4 Troy W, 12-6 Ohio State L, 0-11 (5) at UAB W, 8-3 #13 Georgia L, 0-8 #13 Georgia L, 4-9 #13 Georgia L, 1-7 at Middle Tennessee W, 8-0 (5) at Middle Tennessee L, 5-6 at #6 Tennessee L, 0-1 at #6 Tennessee L, 4-8 at #6 Tennessee L, 1-3 Kentucky W, 3-2 Kentucky W, 5-0 Kentucky W, 3-2 #25 LSU W, 13-11 #25 LSU W, 4-1 #25 LSU L, 9-15 #23 Auburn L, 2-10 (5) #23 Auburn W, 4-3 #23 Auburn L, 4-6 at Southern Miss W, 5-2 at #10 Alabama L, 0-8 (5) at #10 Alabama L, 1-4 at #10 Alabama L, 1-9 (5) UAB W, 11-1 (5) Ole Miss L, 0-2 Arkansas W, 5-4 Arkansas W, 1-0 Arkansas W, 2-1 at Ole Miss W, 4-0 at #16 Florida L, 0-4 at #16 Florida L, 4-12 (5) at #16 Florida W, 3-0 Ole Miss L, 0-4 at South Carolina L, 2-3 at South Carolina L, 5-7 at South Carolina W, 3-2 (8) #9 Alabama L, 0-5 South Carolina W, 4-1 #11 Tennessee L, 0-3 Texas A&M-CC W, 1-0 at #5 Texas L, 0-2 Texas A&M-CC W, 2-1 at #5 Texas L, 0-2

2006 33-28 Overall • 7-22 SEC (10th, 6th SEC West) Home: 16-11 • Away: 9-13 • Neutral: 8-4

2/10 2/10 2/11 2/11 2/12 2/17 2/17 2/19 2/19 2/24 2/24 2/26 2/26 3/1 3/1 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/7 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/21 3/21 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/28 3/30 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/26 4/29 4/29 5/6 5/6 5/7

$ $ $ $ $ ! ! ! ! + + + + % % % % % % @ @ @ @ @ ~

Western Kentucky Jacksonville at South Florida Jacksonville South Florida EAST TENNESSEE STATE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS EAST TENNESSEE STATE TENNESSEE STATE NORTHWESTERN STATE SE MISSOURI STATE SE MISSOURI STATE ALCORN STATE SAMFORD SAMFORD #13 Washington #18 Baylor Bowling Green #13 Washington Bowling Green at #18 Baylor SOUTHERN MISS Syracuse #4 UCLA Mercer at Long Beach State #4 UCLA at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE at Southern Miss FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA Ole Miss at #10 Georgia at #10 Georgia at #10 Georgia at Ole Miss at #20 Auburn at #20 Auburn at #20 Auburn at #11 LSU at #11 LSU at #11 LSU #4 TENNESSEE #4 TENNESSEE #4 TENNESSEE OLE MISS #4 ALABAMA #4 ALABAMA at Kentucky at Kentucky at Kentucky

W, 3-1 W, 8-0 (5) W, 2-0 W, 8-0 (5) W, 4-2 W, 9-1 (6) W, 2-0 W, 6-0 W, 7-1 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 W, 3-0 W, 9-0 (5) W, 9-1 (6) W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 0-1 W, 3-2 (8) L, 1-8 W, 6-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 L, 0-2 W, 4-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 5-0 W, 5-2 L, 2-4 W, 5-0 W, 6-3 W, 4-3 (10) W, 2-1 L, 2-6 W, 9-3 W, 13-1 (5) W, 8-0 (5) L, 1-7 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 0-3 L, 0-8 (6) L, 2-8 L, 5-6 L, 1-4 L, 5-6 L, 3-5 L, 0-5 L, 0-4 L, 1-7 L, 1-2 L, 1-3 L, 0-10 (5) L, 0-1 L, 4-5 (8) L, 3-6 W, 6-4 W, 2-0 W, 3-2 (8)

$ USF Best Western Invitational (Tampa, Fla.); ! Bulldog Classic (Starkville); + Bulldog Round-Robin (Starkville); % Compass Bank Invitational (Waco, Texas); @ Long Beach Invitational (Lakewood, Calif.); ~ Madison, Miss.

$ Bulldog Round-Robin (Starkville); ! Ragin’ Cajuns Invitational (Lafayette, La.); + Bulldog Classic (Starkville); % Palm Springs Classic (Palm Springs, Calif.); # Buzz Classic (Marietta, Ga.); ~ Madison, Miss.; ^ SEC Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.); ? NCAA Region 4 Tournament (Austin, Texas).

NCAA Regional 4 Austin, Texas

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2007

2008

2010

41-22 Overall • 13-14 SEC (7th, 4th SEC West) NCAA TEMPE REGIONAL Home: 20-8 • Away: 10-6 • Neutral: 11-8

28-28 Overall • 13-14 SEC (9th, 5th SEC West) NCAA TALLAHASSEE REGIONAL Home: 17-10 • Away: 7-12 • Neutral: 4-6

2/9 2/9 2/10 2/10 2/10 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/17 2/21 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/24 2/25 3/2 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/13 3/13 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/20 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/7 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/28 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/10 5/18 5/19 5/19

$ $ $ $ $ ! ! ! ! ! + + + + + % % % % % @ ~ ^ ^ ^

IOWA STATE PURDUE KENNESAW STATE IOWA STATE PURDUE vs. BYU vs. #10 California vs. UC Davis vs. Hawaii vs. Utah State MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE vs. #20 Florida State vs. Seton Hall vs. Tennessee Tech vs. #21 Nebraska vs. North Carolina vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Toledo vs. UT Martin at Chattanooga vs. Austin Peay INDIANA STATE SAMFORD at #3 Alabama at #3 Alabama at #3 Alabama at Kentucky at Kentucky at #1 Tennessee at #1 Tennessee at #1 Tennessee at UAB AUBURN AUBURN AUBURN vs. Ole Miss SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA at Samford OLE MISS OLE MISS OLE MISS SOUTHERN MISS #6 LSU #6 LSU UAB at Mississippi Valley State at Georgia at Georgia at Georgia at Southern Miss at #20 Florida at #20 Florida at #20 Florida ARKANSAS ARKANSAS ARKANSAS vs. #25 Florida Pacific #4 Arizona Pacific

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

$ Bulldog Round-Robin (Starkville); ! UNLV Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.); + NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.); % UTC Frost Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.); @ M&F Bank Classic (Ridgeland, Miss.); ~ SEC Tournament (Auburn, Ala.); ^ NCAA Tucson Regional (Tucson, Ariz.).

NCAA Tucson Regional Tucson, Arizona

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2009

35-27 Overall • 14-14 SEC (5th, 3rd SEC West) NCAA TUCSON REGIONAL Home: 18-6 • Away: 7-13 • Neutral: 10-8

2/8 2/8 2/9 2/9 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/23 2/24 2/24 2/29 2/29 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/9 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/26 3/26 3/29 3/29 3/30 3/30 4/3 4/3 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/8 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/17 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/23 4/26 4/26 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/8 5/16 5/17 5/17

$ $ $ $ $ ! ! ! ! + + + + % % % % % & & & & # # # # @ * ~ ^ ^ ^

#20 Oregon Cal State Northridge UC Riverside San Diego State California MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE WRIGHT STATE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS FORDHAM WRIGHT STATE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Western Kentucky Austin Peay Western Kentucky at Mercer North Carolina State #11 Michigan Syracuse UC Santa Barbara UMass UAB CHARLESTON SOUTHERN AUSTIN PEAY CHARLESTON SOUTHERN LOUISIANA TECH at Auburn at Auburn at Auburn #2 ALABAMA #2 ALABAMA #2 ALABAMA at Southern Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at #8 LSU at #8 LSU MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE GEORGETOWN GEORGETOWN MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE KENTUCKY KENTUCKY #3 FLORIDA #3 FLORIDA #3 FLORIDA Ole Miss at South Carolina at South Carolina at South Carolina U.S. Olympic Team #21 GEORGIA #21 GEORGIA #21 GEORGIA SOUTHERN MISS #10 TENNESSEE #10 TENNESSEE at Arkansas at Arkansas at Arkansas Alabama #23 Hawaii Stony Brook #23 Hawaii

W, 3-0 W, 4-2 W, 8-0 (5) W, 8-0 (6) W, 4-1 (9) W, 10-0 (5) W, 4-0 W, 7-3 W, 6-5 (8) W, 5-2 W, 4-3 L, 1-2 W, 12-4 (6) L, 2-4 W, 5-3 W, 4-0 L, 0-2 W, 8-2 L, 2-5 (8) W, 3-2 W, 7-0 W, 19-2 (5) W, 3-1 W, 5-1 W, 5-2 W, 8-3 L, 4-5 (9) L, 0-8 (5) L, 0-2 L, 2-4 L, 0-3 W, 9-0 (5) W, 5-3 W, 3-2 W, 8-3 L, 2-5 L, 1-2 W, 10-1 (5) W, 8-0 (5) W, 7-2 W, 12-0 (5) W, 1-0 W, 8-0 (5) L, 0-5 L, 2-7 L, 0-5 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 9-1 (6) L, 0-13 (6) W, 10-0 (5) L, 2-6 W, 7-4 W, 5-2 W, 2-1 L, 6-8 L, 1-3 W, 9-1 (5) L, 6-7 L, 0-1 L, 7-9 W, 8-3 L, 4-7

2/6 2/7 2/7 2/8 2/11 2/13 2/14 2/15 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/22 2/25 2/27 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/24 3/28 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/15 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/24 4/25 5/2 5/2 5/8 5/8 5/15 5/16

% % % % ^ ^ ^ # # # # $ ! ! ! ! ! ! + ~ ~

KENNESAW STATE LOUISIANA-MONROE IONA LOUISIANA-MONROE SOUTHERN MISS #23 Purdue Miami (Ohio) at Florida State RUTGERS EVANSVILLE SIU-EDWARDSVILLE SIU-EDWARDSVILLE at Mississippi Valley State #20 Ohio State Florida Gulf Coast Santa Clara Oregon State at Hawaii Mount St. Mary’s Radford at #2 Alabama at #2 Alabama at #2 Alabama ARKANSAS ARKANSAS ARKANSAS #20 LSU #20 LSU #20 LSU at UAB at #9 Tennessee at #9 Tennessee at #9 Tennessee Ole Miss at #1 Florida at #1 Florida at #1 Florida SOUTH ALABAMA JACKSON STATE JACKSON STATE at #6 Georgia at #6 Georgia SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA AUBURN AUBURN at Kentucky at Kentucky at Kentucky OLE MISS OLE MISS MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE #14 California #16 Florida State

L, 0-4 W, 5-3 W, 10-0 (5) W, 12-5 L, 3-7 W, 4-3 W, 3-0 W, 5-4 W, 6-0 W, 7-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 10-4 L, 0-7 L, 3-8 W, 11-3 L, 0-2 W, 14-11 W, 6-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-4 L, 1-7 L, 2-3 L, 3-8 (8) L, 1-5 L, 2-3 L, 4-5 L, 1-4 L, 5-7 W, 9-7 W, 5-4 L, 0-8 (5) W, 10-6 L, 3-8 L, 2-11 (5) L, 2-6 L, 0-3 W, 5-2 W, 9-0 (5) W, 3-0 L, 0-10 (5) W, 3-1 (10) W, 4-2 L, 0-2 W, 10-2 (6) W, 2-1 (10) L, 3-8 L, 3-10 L, 1-4 L, 7-8 W, 6-2 W, 8-0 (5) W, 10-2 (5) W, 4-1 L, 3-8 L, 0-5

% Bulldog Round-Robin (Starkville); ^ Sunshine Classic (Tallahassee, Fla.); # Bulldog Classic (Starkville); $ NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.); ! Pepsi Malahini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii); + M&F Bank Fastpitch Classic (Madison, Miss.); ~ NCAA Tallahassee Regional (Tallahassee, Fla.).

$ Cathedral City Kickoff (Cathedral City, Calif.); ! Bulldog Round-Robin (Starkville); + Mercer Wingate Inn Classic (Macon, Ga.); % NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.); & Bulldog Classic (Starkville); # Bully Bash (Starkville); @ M&F Bank Classic (Ridgeland, Miss.); * Bound 4 Beijing Tour Exhibition Game (Ridgeland, Miss.); ~ SEC Tournament (Auburn, Ala.); ^ NCAA Tempe Regional (Tempe, Ariz.).

NCAA Tempe Regional Tempe, Arizona

NCAA Tallahassee Regional Tallahassee, Florida

26-29 Overall • 7-20 SEC (10th, 6th SEC West) Home: 11-12 • Away: 7-12 • Neutral: 8-5

2/13 ! 2/13 ! 2/14 ! 2/14 ! 2/19 $ 2/19 $ 2/20 $ 2/20 $ 2/21 $ 2/26 ^ 2/26 ^ 2/27 ^ 2/27 ^ 2/28 ^ 3/3 3/5 % 3/6 % 3/6 % 3/7 % 3/9 3/9 3/10 3/12 + 3/13 + 3/13 + 3/14 + 3/14 + 3/17 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/24 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/31 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/7 # 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/21 5/1 5/1 5/8 5/8 5/9

UAB W, 4-0 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN W, 8-0 (5) STEPHEN F. AUSTIN W, 5-0 UAB W, 6-2 Louisiana-Monroe W, 4-0 #21 Texas A&M L, 0-9 (5) Oregon State W, 13-3 #21 Texas A&M L, 4-13 (5) Oregon State W, 6-5 (8) #20 UMass L, 6-7 (9) Hofstra L, 1-2 North Carolina State L, 3-4 Maryland W, 5-4 Illinois State W, 9-3 #7 MICHIGAN L, 0-3 TROY W, 8-0 (5) MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W, 11-1 (5) WRIGHT STATE W, 7-2 TROY W, 4-3 #19 TENNESSEE L, 4-8 #19 TENNESSEE W, 5-4 #19 TENNESSEE L, 4-10 Colorado State L, 5-6 (8) Georgetown W, 7-6 East Tennessee State W, 9-0 (5) Cal State Northridge L, 6-13 Fresno State L, 3-11 (5) at Southern Miss W, 14-4 at Ole Miss L, 4-6 at Ole Miss L, 2-9 at Ole Miss W, 11-5 at Mississippi Valley State W, 9-6 at Arkansas L, 2-7 at Arkansas L, 6-11 at Arkansas L, 13-18 SOUTHERN W, 4-1 KENTUCKY L, 4-5 KENTUCKY L, 0-2 KENTUCKY W, 1-0 at Mississippi Valley State W, 9-1 (5) at #14 LSU L, 1-2 at #14 LSU L, 3-8 at #14 LSU L, 1-6 GEORGIA L, 0-3 GEORGIA L, 6-7 at South Carolina W, 2-1 at South Carolina L, 4-8 at South Carolina W, 3-1 at Auburn W, 3-2 at Auburn W, 2-1 #6 FLORIDA L, 0-8 (5) #6 FLORIDA L, 1-9 (5) #3 ALABAMA L, 1-10 (6) #3 ALABAMA L, 2-8 #3 ALABAMA L, 1-6

! Bulldog Round-Robin (Starkville); $ Aggie Classic (College Station, TX); ^ NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.); % Bulldog Classic (Starkville); + Bayer Cropscience Classic (Fresno, Calif.); # M&F Bank Fastpitch Classic (Ridgeland, Miss.).


ALL-TIME RESULTS 2011 24-32 Overall • 10-19 SEC (8th, 4th SEC West) Home: 17-7 • Away: 3-16 • Neutral: 4-9 2/11 ! Illinois-Chicago L, 4-5 2/11 ! at UNLV L, 9-10 (9) 2/12 ! #11 Washington L, 5-18 (5) 2/12 ! UC Riverside L, 6-7 2/13 ! Illinois-Chicago W, 5-2 2/18 # Louisiana Tech W, 3-2 2/19 # BUTLER W, 2-0 2/19 # SOUTHERN ILLINOIS W, 10-8 2/20 # SOUTHERN ILLINOIS L, 4-9 2/23 SOUTHERN MISS W, 6-4 2/25 ^ Bowling Green W, 3-2 2/25 ^ Mercer L, 5-6 2/26 ^ Georgia State L, 5-8 2/26 ^ Kennesaw State L, 2-3 2/27 ^ Purdue L, 0-5 3/1 UAB L, 0-8 (6) 3/6 $ #22 TEXAS A&M W, 7-3 3/6 $ MISS.VALLEY STATE W, 8-0 (5) 3/9 SOUTH CAROLINA W, 2-1 3/9 SOUTH CAROLINA W, 11-5 3/11 % Florida State W, 9-8 (10) 3/12 % North Carolina L, 4-12 (5) 3/12 % Florida State W, 8-7 3/13 % North Carolina L, 2-8 3/16 at #2 Florida L, 0-8 (5) 3/16 at #2 Florida L, 1-18 (5) 3/18 ARKANSAS W, 3-0 3/19 ARKANSAS W, 2-0 3/20 ARKANSAS W, 6-5 3/25 at #23 Kentucky L, 6-12 3/26 at #23 Kentucky L, 0-8 (5) 3/27 at #23 Kentucky L, 0-5 3/29 ALCORN STATE W, 11-2 (5) 3/29 ALCORN STATE W, 10-1 (5) 4/1 OLE MISS L, 0-6 4/2 OLE MISS W, 3-0 4/3 OLE MISS W, 9-3 4/6 + Southern Miss L, 4-14 (5) 4/8 #22 AUBURN W, 4-3 4/9 #22 AUBURN L, 3-5 4/10 #22 AUBURN L, 4-5 (8) 4/12 at Mississippi Valley State W, 5-1 4/15 at #3 Alabama L, 2-6 4/16 at #3 Alabama L, 3-13 (6) 4/17 at #3 Alabama L, 2-5 4/19 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W, 9-1 (6) 4/21 at #4 Tennessee L, 0-2 4/22 at #4 Tennessee L, 0-8 (6) 4/23 at #4 Tennessee W, 3-2 4/29 #21 LSU L, 2-4 4/30 #21 LSU L, 6-7 5/1 #21 LSU L, 1-3 5/6 at #7 Georgia W, 8-6 5/7 at #7 Georgia L, 3-4 5/8 at #7 Georgia L, 2-10 (5) 5/12 @ #4 ALABAMA L, 1-5 ! Sportco Kickoff Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.); # Bulldog RoundRobin (Starkville); ^ Phyllis Rafter Memorial (Kennesaw, Ga.); $ Bulldog Classic (Starkville); % SEC/ACC Challenge (Tuscaloosa, Ala.); + M&F Bank Fastpitch Classic (Madison, Miss.); @ SEC Tournament (Oxford, Miss.).

2012 33-24 Overall • 12-16 SEC (8th, 4th SEC West) Home: 16-11 • Away: 13-7 • Neutral: 4-6 2/9 ! at South Alabama W, 7-2 2/10 ! Lipscomb W, 3-1 2/11 ! Jacksonville State W, 8-1 2/12 ! Memphis W, 9-6 2/14 at Samford W, 6-3 2/17 # SIU-EDWARDSVILLE L, 4-5 2/19 # SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W, 5-0 2/19 # MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W, 3-2 2/24 ^ #17 Louisiana-Lafayette L, 3-6 2/24 ^ South Florida L, 0-1 2/25 ^ #20 Georgia Tech W, 5-3 2/25 ^ DePaul L, 2-3 2/26 ^ #12 Michigan L, 1-3 2/29 at Jackson State W, 11-2 (6) 3/2 $ COLUMBIA W, 11-1 (5) 3/2 $ LOUISIANA TECH W, 8-0 (5) 3/3 $ COLUMBIA W, 12-4 (6) 3/3 $ EASTERN ILLINOIS W, 8-0 (5) 3/4 $ SAMFORD W, 11-5 3/7 #3 FLORIDA L, 0-1 3/7 #3 FLORIDA L, 5-8 3/9 #7 GEORGIA W, 5-3 3/10 #7 GEORGIA L, 0-2 3/11 #7 GEORGIA L, 0-5 3/13 at South Carolina W, 10-6 3/13 at South Carolina W, 9-0 (5) 3/16 at LSU L, 7-10 3/17 at LSU L, 1-3 3/18 at LSU L, 0-4 3/20 UAB W, 4-3 3/23 #12 TENNESSEE L, 0-8 (5) 3/24 #12 TENNESSEE L, 3-10 3/25 #12 TENNESSEE L, 0-8 (5) 3/28 at Mississippi Valley State W, 4-3 (8) 3/30 #2 ALABAMA L, 4-5 3/31 #2 ALABAMA L, 2-4 4/1 #2 ALABAMA L, 3-9 4/6 at Arkansas W, 2-1 4/6 at Arkansas W, 7-2 4/7 at Arkansas L, 2-13 (5) 4/10 JACKSON STATE W, 12-3 (5) 4/13 at Ole Miss W, 5-3 4/14 at Ole Miss W, 2-1 4/15 at Ole Miss (FS South) W, 10-3 4/20 KENTUCKY W, 4-3 4/21 KENTUCKY (ESPNU) W, 2-1 (8) 4/22 KENTUCKY W, 3-2 4/24 MEMPHIS W, 9-1 (6) 4/25 at Southern Miss W, 1-0 4/28 TENNESSEE TECH W, 6-2 4/28 TENNESSEE TECH W, 5-1 5/4 at Auburn W, 3-1 5/5 at Auburn L, 1-4 5/6 at Auburn L, 1-2 5/10 @ #3 Alabama (ESPN) L, 2-5 5/17 % BYU L, 3-4 (9) 5/18 % Portland State L, 0-2 ! Mardi Gras Invitational (Mobile, Ala.); # Bulldog RoundRobin (Starkville); ^ NFCA Leadoff Classic (Clearwater, Fla.); $ Bulldog Classic (Starkville); @ SEC Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.); % NCAA Tournament (Eugene, Ore.)

2012 SEC STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION Team Tennessee^# Florida$ Georgia@ Kentucky$ South Carolina WESTERN DIVISION Team Alabama*^!#j LSU# Auburn$ Mississippi State$ Arkansas$ Ole Miss

SEC 22-6 21-7 17-11 15-13 3-25

Overall 52-14 48-13 45-17 30-30 23-32

SEC 23-5 15-13 12-16 12-16 7-21 7-21

Overall 60-8 40-25 33-23 33-24 29-28 22-32

Head Coach Vann Stuedeman celebrates getting selected to play in the 2012 NCAA Tournament at the Bulldogs’ Selection Show Watch Party at Buffalo Wild Wings in Starkville, Miss., on May 13, 2012.

* SEC Champion ^ SEC Division Champion ! SEC Tournament Champion # WCWS Participant @ Super Regional Participant $ NCAA Tournament Participant jNational Champion ALL-TIME SEC CHAMPIONS Year Champion 1997 South Carolina 1998 Florida 1999 LSU 2000 LSU 2001 LSU 2002 LSU 2003 Georgia 2004 LSU 2005 Georgia 2006 Alabama 2007 Tennessee 2008 Florida 2009 Florida 2010 Alabama 2011 Florida 2012 Alabama

SEC Overall Record Record 25-1 63-5 23-5 47-22 27-3 56-10 26-4 59-13 26-4 59-11 25-4 56-11 57-14 23-6 22-6 57-12 26-4 55-15 25-4 54-11 23-4 59-6 27-1 70-5 26-1 63-5 52-11 23-4 21-7 56-13 23-5 60-8

NCAA Eugene Regional Eugene, Oregon

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SEC SERIES HISTORY ALABAMA

Date 4/18/97 4/18/97 4/19/97 4/19/97 4/19/98 4/19/98 5/10/98 4/23/99 4/23/99 4/24/99 4/24/99 5/13/99 4/21/00 4/21/00 4/22/00 4/22/00 5/13/00 4/21/01 4/21/01 4/22/01 2/23/02 4/20/02 4/20/02 4/21/02 4/12/03 4/12/03 4/13/03 4/9/04 4/9/04 4/10/04 4/9/05 4/9/05 4/10/05 5/12/05 4/29/06 4/29/06 3/10/07 3/10/07 3/11/07 3/15/08 3/15/08 3/16/08 5/8/08 3/14/09 3/14/09 3/15/09 5/8/10 5/8/10 5/9/10 4/15/11 4/16/11 4/17/11 5/12/11 3/30/12 3/31/12 4/1/12 5/10/12

(Alabama leads 50-7) Winner Score Location Alabama 5-2 (8) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 8-0 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 5-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 5-4 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 4-1 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 5-4 (9) Columbus, Ga.+ Mississippi State 8-7 (8) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 5-4 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 6-5 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 7-4 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mississippi State 6-3 Columbus, Ga.+ Alabama 5-2 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 7-6 (9) Starkville, Miss. Alabama 9-0 (6) Starkville, Miss. Alabama 4-2 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 4-3 Columbus, Ga.+ Alabama 7-0 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 3-2 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 8-0 (6) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 4-0 Columbus, Ga.$ Alabama 10-4 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 8-4 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 8-2 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 7-3 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 8-5 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mississippi State 7-3 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 10-0 (6) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-6 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 10-5 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 8-0 (5) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 4-1 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 9-1 (5) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 5-0 Gainesville, Fla.+ Alabama 5-4 (8) Starkville, Miss. Alabama 6-3 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 10-2 (5) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 5-3 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 8-0 (6) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 2-0 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 4-2 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 3-0 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 1-0 Baton Rouge, La.+ Alabama 4-0 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 7-1 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 3-2 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 10-1 (6) Starkville, Miss. Alabama 8-2 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 6-1 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 6-2 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 13-3 (6) Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 5-2 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 5-1 Oxford, Miss.+ Alabama 5-4 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 4-2 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 9-3 Starkville, Miss. Alabama 5-2 Tuscaloosa, Ala.+

+ Southeastern Conference Tournament $ NFCA Leadoff Classic SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Alabama 336, Mississippi State 143 MSU At Home: 4-21 MSU On The Road: 2-23 MSU At Neutral: 1-6 Longest MSU Win Streak: 2, Twice Longest MSU Losing Streak: 27 (April 9, 2005 - Present) Last MSU Win: April 10, 2004 (10-5 in Starkville) Last MSU Loss: May 10, 2012 (2-5 in Tuscaloosa) Last MSU Home Win: April 10, 2004 (10-5) Last MSU Home Loss: April 1, 2012 (3-9) Last MSU Road Win: April 13, 2003 (7-3) Last MSU Road Loss: May 10, 2012 (2-5) Highest Scoring Game: 16 (L, 3-13 [5], April 16, 2011in Tuscaloosa) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 5 (10-5, April 10, 2004 in Starkville) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 10, 2x, last on April 16, 2011 (3-13 [5] in Tuscaloosa) Most Runs By MSU: 10 (W, 10-5, 4/10/04 in Starkville) Most Runs By UA: 13 (L, 3-13, 4/16/11 in Tuscaloosa) MSU In One-Run Games: 3-10 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 1-4 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 0 Alabama Wins Via Run-Rule: 9

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ARKANSAS

Date 3/28/97 3/28/97 3/29/97 3/29/97 3/27/98 3/27/98 3/28/98 3/28/98 4/2/99 4/2/99 4/3/99 4/3/99 3/31/00 3/31/00 4/1/00 4/1/00 5/11/00 4/28/01 4/28/01 4/29/01 5/12/01 4/27/02 4/27/02 4/28/02 5/10/02 4/18/03 4/18/03 4/19/03 4/17/04 4/17/04 4/18/04 4/16/05 4/16/05 4/17/05 3/18/06 3/18/06 3/19/06 5/4/07 5/4/07 5/5/07 5/3/08 5/3/08 5/4/08 3/17/09 3/17/09 3/18/09 3/27/10 3/27/10 3/28/10 3/18/11 3/19/11 3/20/11 4/6/12 4/6/12 4/7/12

(Mississippi State leads 31-24) Winner Score Location Mississippi State 3-2 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 4-0 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 10-4 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-0 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 2-1 (8) Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 3-2 (9) Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 6-2 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 5-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-2 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 2-1 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 1-0 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 4-3 (8) Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 4-0 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 2-1 Columbus, Ga.+ Mississippi State 2-1 (8) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-0 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 7-2 Chattanooga, Tenn.+ Arkansas 1-0 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 7-6 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 7-0 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 5-1 Chattanooga, Tenn.+ Arkansas 5-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-2 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 4-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-0 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 8-0 (6) Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 4-2 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 5-4 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 5-0 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 5-2 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 4-2 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 3-1 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 11-8 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 3-1 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 9-1 (5) Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 7-6 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 8-3 (8) Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 5-1 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 3-2 Starkville, Miss. Arkansas 7-2 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 11-6 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 18-13 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 3-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-5 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Fayetteville, Ark. Mississippi State 7-2 Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 13-2 (5) Fayetteville, Ark.

+ Southeastern Conference Tournament SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Mississippi State 195, Arkansas 183 MSU At Home: 17-9 MSU On The Road: 13-13 MSU At Neutral: 1-2 Longest MSU Win Streak: 6 (March 28, 1998 - April 3, 1999) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 7 (May 4, 2008 - March 28, 2010) Last MSU Win: April 6, 2012 (7-2 in Fayetteville) Last MSU Loss: April 7, 2012 (2-13 [5] in Fayetteville) Last MSU Home Win: March 20, 2011 (6-5) Last MSU Home Loss: March 18, 2009 (2-3) Last MSU Road Win: April 6, 2012 (7-2) Last MSU Road Loss: April 7, 2012 (2-13 [5]) Highest Scoring Game: 31 (L, 13-18, March 28, 2010 in Fayetteville) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 8, 3x, last on May 3, 2008 (9-1 in Fayetteville) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 11 (2-13 [5], April 7, 2012 in Fayetteville) Most Runs By MSU: 13 (L, 13-18, March 28, 2010 in Fayetteville) Most Runs By ARK: 18 (L, 13-18, March 28, 2010 in Fayetteville) MSU In One-Run Games: 12-8 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 3-2 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 3 Arkansas Wins Via Run-Rule: 1

AUBURN

Date 5/3/97 5/3/97 5/4/97 5/4/97 5/1/98 5/1/98 5/2/98 5/2/98 5/7/99 5/7/99 5/8/99 5/8/99 4/30/00 4/30/00 5/1/00 5/1/00 5/12/00 4/14/01 4/14/01 4/15/01 4/13/02 4/13/02 4/14/02 4/5/03 4/5/03 4/2/04 4/3/04 4/3/04 5/15/04 4/2/05 4/2/05 4/3/05 4/14/06 4/14/06 4/15/06 3/24/07 3/24/07 3/25/07 3/11/08 3/11/08 3/12/08 4/22/09 4/22/09 4/21/10 4/21/10 4/8/11 4/9/11 4/10/11 5/4/12 5/5/12 5/6/12

(Mississippi State leads 28-23) Winner Score Location Mississippi State 6-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-0 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 5-4 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 4-1 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 2-0 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 1-0 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 6-2 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 3-2 (10) Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-2 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 9-4 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 5-2 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 10-2 (6) Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 9-3 Columbus, Ga.+ Mississippi State 5-4 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 6-4 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 3-1 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 7-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-1 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 3-2 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 7-3 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 3-2 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 4-3 Tuscaloosa, Ala.+ Auburn 10-2 (5) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 6-4 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 4-1 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 6-5 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 5-3 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 3-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-1 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-3 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 5-4 (9) Auburn, Ala. Auburn 8-0 (5) Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 2-1 (10) Starkville, Miss. Auburn 8-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-2 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 2-1 Auburn, Ala. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 5-3 Starkville, Miss. Auburn 5-4 (8) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-1 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 4-1 Auburn, Ala. Auburn 2-1 Auburn, Ala.

+ Southeastern Conference Tournament SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Mississippi State 191 Auburn 169 MSU At Home: 15-9 MSU On The Road: 12-13 MSU At Neutral: 1-1 Longest MSU Win Streak: 9 (May 1, 1998 - April 30, 2000) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 4, (April 3, 2005 - April 15, 2006) Last MSU Win: May 4, 2012 (3-1 in Auburn) Last MSU Loss: May 6, 2012 (1-2 in Auburn) Last MSU Home Win: April 8, 2011 (4-3) Last MSU Home Loss: April 10, 2011 (4-5 [8]) Last MSU Road Win: May 4, 2012 (3-1) Last MSU Road Loss: May 6, 2012 (1-2) Highest Scoring Game: 13, (W, 9-4, April 30, 2000 in Auburn) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 8, 3x, last on May 1, 2000 (10-2 [6] in Auburn) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 8, 2x, last on March 12, 2008 (0-8 [5] in Auburn) Most Runs By MSU: 10 (W, 10-2, May 1, 2000 in Auburn) Most Runs By AU: 10 (L, 2-10 [5], April 2, 2005 in Starkville) MSU In One-Run Games: 14-8 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 3 Auburn Wins Via Run-Rule: 2


SEC SERIES HISTORY FLORIDA

Date 4/26/97 4/26/97 3/11/98 3/11/98 5/9/98 5/10/98 4/30/99 4/30/99 4/28/00 4/28/00 3/14/01 3/14/01 3/15/01 5/10/01 5/4/02 5/4/02 5/5/02 4/26/03 4/26/03 4/27/03 4/24/04 4/24/04 4/23/05 4/23/05 4/24/05 4/1/06 4/1/06 4/2/06 4/27/07 4/27/07 4/28/07 5/10/07 4/5/08 4/5/08 4/6/08 4/4/09 4/4/09 4/5/09 5/1/10 5/1/10 3/16/11 3/16/11 3/7/12 3/7/12

(Florida leads 27-17) Winner Score Location Florida 3-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-5 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-1 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 1-0 Gainesville, Fla. Mississippi State 1-0 Columbus, Ga.+ Mississippi State 1-0 Columbus, Ga.+ Florida 7-4 (9) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-2 Starkville, Miss. Florida 11-3 (5) Gainesville, Fla. Mississippi State 3-1 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 6-0 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 5-4 Gainesville, Fla. Mississippi State 5-1 Gainesville, Fla. Mississippi State 1-0 Chattanooga, Tenn.+ Mississippi State 4-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 11-8 Gainesville, Fla. Mississippi State 7-3 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 6-1 Gainesville, Fla. Mississippi State 7-4 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 9-5 Starkville, Miss. Florida 4-0 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 12-4 (5) Gainesville, Fla. Mississippi State 3-0 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 7-1 Starkville, Miss. Florida 2-0 Starkville, Miss. Florida 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-3 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 2-1 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 3-2 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 3-0 Auburn, Ala.+ Florida 5-0 Starkville, Miss. Florida 7-2 Starkville, Miss. Florida 5-0 Starkville, Miss. Florida 11-2 (5) Gainesville, Fla. Florida 6-2 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 3-0 Gainesville, Fla. Florida 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Florida 9-1 (5) Starkville, Miss. Florida 8-0 (5) Gainesville, Fla. Florida 18-1 (5) Gainesville, Fla. Florida 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Florida 8-5 Starkville, Miss.

+ Southeastern Conference Tournament SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Florida 201, Mississippi State 120 MSU At Home: 7-12 MSU On The Road: 7-14 MSU At Neutral: 3-1 Longest MSU Win Streak: 7 (March 15, 2001 - April 26, 2003) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 15 (April 27, 2007 - Present) Last MSU Win: April 27, 2007 (4-3 in Gainesville) Last MSU Loss: March 7, 2012 (5-8 in Starkville) Last MSU Home Win: April 24, 2004 (9-5) Last MSU Home Loss: March 7, 2012 (5-8) Last MSU Road Win: April 27, 2007 (4-3) Last MSU Road Loss: March 16, 2011 (1-18 [5]) Highest Scoring Game: 19, 2x, last on April 26, 2003 (L, 1-18 [5] in Gainesville) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 6 (8-2, May 5, 2002 in Gainesville) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 17 (1-18 [5], March 16, 2011 in Gainesville) Most Runs By MSU: 11 (W, 11-8, April 26, 2003 in Gainesville) Most Runs By UF: 18 (L, 1-18 [5], 18-1, March 16, 2011 in Gainesville) MSU In One-Run Games: 5-6 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 0-1 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 0 Florida Wins Via Run-Rule: 7

GEORGIA

Date 3/26/97 3/26/97 3/22/98 3/22/98 5/8/98 3/4/99 3/27/99 3/27/99 3/25/00 3/25/00 3/23/01 3/23/01 3/24/01 3/23/02 3/23/02 3/24/02 5/11/02 3/15/03 3/15/03 3/16/03 5/8/03 3/13/04 3/13/04 3/14/04 5/14/04 3/12/05 3/12/05 3/13/05 4/8/06 4/8/06 4/9/06 4/21/07 4/21/07 4/22/07 4/19/08 4/19/08 4/20/08 4/15/09 4/15/09 4/13/10 4/13/10 5/6/11 5/7/11 5/8/11 3/9/12 3/10/12 3/11/12

(Georgia leads 24-23) Winner Score Location Mississippi State 5-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-7 (10) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-4 (9) Athens, Ga. Georgia 4-2 Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 3-2 Columbus, Ga.+ Mississippi State 5-1 Tampa, Fla.$ Mississippi State 5-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 (9) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-6 Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 3-2 Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 4-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-5 (10) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-7 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 3-1 Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 2-1 Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 4-3 Athens, Ga. Georgia 7-1 Chattanooga, Tenn.+ Georgia 8-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-0 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 9-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Georgia 3-0 Plant City, Fla.+ Mississippi State 5-1 Athens, Ga. Georgia 9-0 (6) Athens, Ga. Georgia 6-4 Athens, Ga. Georgia 11-2 (5) Tuscaloosa, Ala.+ Georgia 8-0 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 9-4 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 7-1 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 3-0 Athens, Ga. Georgia 8-0 (6) Athens, Ga. Georgia 8-2 Athens, Ga. Georgia 5-2 Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 13-9 (8) Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 12-5 Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 10-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Georgia 6-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-4 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 10-0 (5) Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 3-1 (10) Athens, Ga. Georgia 3-0 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 7-6 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-6 Athens, Ga. Georgia 4-3 Athens, Ga. Georgia 10-2 (5) Athens, Ga. Mississippi State 5-3 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 2-0 Starkville, Miss. Georgia 5-0 Starkville, Miss.

+ Southeastern Conference Tournament $ USF Speedline Invitational SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Georgia 221, Mississippi State 176 MSU At Home: 11-10 MSU On The Road: 10-11 MSU At Neutral: 2-3 Longest MSU Win Streak: 9 (May 8, 1998 - March 24, 2001) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 10 (March 13, 2004 - April 21, 2007) Last MSU Win: March 9, 2012 (5-3 in Starkville) Last MSU Loss: March 11, 2012 (0-5 in Starkville) Last MSU Home Win: March 9, 2012 (5-3) Last MSU Home Loss: March 11, 2012 (0-5) Last MSU Road Win: May 6, 2011 (8-6) Last MSU Road Loss: May 8, 2011 (2-10 [5]) Highest Scoring Game: 22, (W, 13-9 [8], April 21, 2007) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 10 (10-0 [5], April 19, 2008 in Starkville) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 10 (10-0 [5], April 15, 2009 in Athens) Most Runs By MSU: 13, (W, 13-9 [8], April 21, 2007 [8] in Athens) Most Runs By UGA: 11 (W, 11-2 [5], May 14, 2004 in Tuscaloosa, Ala.) MSU In One-Run Games: 8-2 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 6-0 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 0 Georgia Wins Via Run-Rule: 6

KENTUCKY

Date 4/11/97 4/11/97 4/10/98 4/10/98 3/12/99 4/17/99 4/17/99 4/15/00 4/15/00 4/7/01 4/7/01 4/8/01 4/6/02 4/6/02 4/7/02 3/29/03 3/29/03 3/30/03 3/27/04 3/27/04 3/28/04 3/25/05 3/25/05 3/26/05 5/6/06 5/6/06 5/7/06 3/13/07 3/13/07 4/3/08 4/3/08 4/24/09 4/24/09 4/25/09 4/2/10 4/2/10 4/3/10 3/25/11 3/26/11 3/27/11 4/20/12 4/21/12 4/22/12

(Mississippi State leads 27-16) Winner Score Location Mississippi State 6-1 (8) Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 12-7 (11) Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Kentucky 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Kentucky 3-1 Chattanooga, Tenn.$ Kentucky 5-4 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 12-0 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 6-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-3 Starkville, Miss. Kentucky 8-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-3 Starkville, Miss. Kentucky 6-4 Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 10-3 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 3-2 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 7-6 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-2 Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 4-3 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 6-2 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 3-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 5-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-4 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 2-0 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 3-2 (8) Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 7-0 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 9-7 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Kentucky 10-3 Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 4-1 Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 8-7 Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 5-4 Starkville, Miss. Kentucky 2-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Kentucky 12-6 Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 8-0 (5) Lexington, Ky. Kentucky 5-0 Lexington, Ky. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 (8) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-2 Starkville, Miss.

$ UTC Frost Cutlery Tournament SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Mississippi State 184, Kentucky 148 MSU At Home: 16-5 MSU On The Road: 11-10 MSU At Neutral: 0-1 Longest MSU Win Streak: 11 (March 28, 2004 - April 3, 2008) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 5 (April 24, 2009 - April 2, 2010) Last MSU Win: April 22, 2012 (3-2 in Starkville) Last MSU Loss: March 27, 2011 (0-5 in Lexington) Last MSU Home Win: April 22, 2012 (3-2) Last MSU Home Loss: April 2, 2010 (0-2) Last MSU Road Win: April 22, 2012 (3-2) Last MSU Road Loss: March 27, 2011 (0-5) Highest Scoring Game: 19 (W, 12-7 [11], April 11, 1997 in Starkville) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 12 (12-0, April 17, 1999 in Lexington) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 8 (0-8 [5], March 26, 2011 in Lexington) Most Runs By MSU: 12, 2x, last on April 17, 1999 (W, 12-0 in Lexington) Most Runs By UK: 12 (L, 6-12, March 25, 2011 in Lexington) MSU In One-Run Games: 11-6 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 4-0 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 1 Kentucky Wins Via Run-Rule: 1

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SEC SERIES HISTORY LSU

Date 3/10/82 3/10/82 4/20/82 4/20/82 4/4/97 4/4/97 4/3/98 4/3/98 4/4/98 4/4/98 4/9/99 4/9/99 4/10/99 4/10/99 5/16/99 4/7/00 4/7/00 4/8/00 4/8/00 4/11/01 4/11/01 4/12/01 5/11/01 3/19/02 3/19/02 3/20/02 3/26/03 3/26/03 3/27/03 3/3/04 3/3/04 3/4/04 3/30/05 3/30/05 3/31/05 4/19/06 4/19/06 4/20/06 4/14/07 4/14/07 3/26/08 3/26/08 3/21/09 3/21/09 3/22/09 4/10/10 4/10/10 4/11/10 4/29/11 4/30/11 5/1/11 3/16/12 3/17/12 3/18/12

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(LSU leads 49-5) Winner Score Location LSU 14-0 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 8-7 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 3-2 Starkville, Miss. LSU 4-1 Starkville, Miss. LSU 2-0 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 9-1 (6) Baton Rouge, La. Mississippi State 3-2 Starkville, Miss. LSU 2-1 Starkville, Miss. LSU 7-3 Starkville, Miss. LSU 4-3 Starkville, Miss. LSU 1-0 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 5-1 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 5-2 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 5-4 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 2-0 (9) Columbus, Ga.+ LSU 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. LSU 8-4 (10) Starkville, Miss. LSU 9-4 Starkville, Miss. LSU 7-1 Starkville, Miss. LSU 8-0 Starkville, Miss. LSU 5-0 Starkville, Miss. LSU 2-1 Starkville, Miss. LSU 2-1 Chattanooga, Tenn.+ LSU 9-3 Baton Rouge, La. Mississippi State 8-7 (11) Baton Rouge, La. LSU 4-0 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 4-3 Starkville, Miss. LSU 15-13 (8) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 6-2 Starkville, Miss. LSU 6-2 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 6-0 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 5-4 Baton Rouge, La. Mississippi State 13-11 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-1 Starkville, Miss. LSU 15-9 Starkville, Miss. LSU 5-0 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 4-0 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 7-1 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 4-1 (9) Starkville, Miss. LSU 4-3 (9) Starkville, Miss. LSU 5-2 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 2-1 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 5-4 Starkville, Miss. LSU 4-1 Starkville, Miss. LSU 7-5 Starkville, Miss. LSU 2-1 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 8-3 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 6-1 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 4-2 Starkville, Miss. LSU 7-6 Starkville, Miss. LSU 3-1 Starkville, Miss. LSU 10-7 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 3-1 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 4-0 Baton Rouge, La.

OLE MISS

Date 3/6/97 3/6/97 4/30/97 4/30/97 4/1/98 4/1/98 4/25/98 4/25/98 3/19/99 3/19/99 3/20/99 3/20/99 3/17/00 3/17/00 3/18/00 3/18/00 3/27/01 3/27/01 3/28/01 4/10/02 4/10/02 4/11/02 4/9/03 4/10/03 4/10/03 4/20/04 4/20/04 4/21/04 4/13/05 4/19/05 4/26/05 4/5/06 4/11/06 4/26/06 3/27/07 4/6/07 4/7/07 4/7/07 3/21/08 3/21/08 3/22/08 4/8/08 4/1/09 5/2/09 5/2/09 3/20/10 3/20/10 3/21/10 4/1/11 4/2/11 4/3/11 4/13/12 4/14/12 4/15/12

(Mississippi State leads 34-20) Winner Score Location Ole Miss 3-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 (8) Starkville, Miss. Ole Miss 1-0 (9) Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 4-1 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 7-0 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 5-3 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 11-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Ole Miss 5-4 (11) Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 4-1 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (5) Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 8-0 (6) Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-4 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-1 Starkville, Miss. Ole Miss 6-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 7-5 (11) Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 12-0 (5) Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 14-0 (5) Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 6-5 Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 10-8 (8) Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-2 Starkville, Miss. Ole Miss 2-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-0 Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 4-0 Ridgeland, Miss.$ Ole Miss 2-1 Ridgeland, Miss.$ Ole Miss 6-5 Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 5-2 Madison, Miss.$ Ole Miss 3-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 7-4 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (6) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 5-3 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 3-2 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 8-3 Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 2-1 Ridgeland, Miss.$ Ole Miss 8-3 Madison, Miss.$ Mississippi State 6-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. Ole Miss 6-4 Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 9-2 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 11-5 Oxford, Miss. Ole Miss 6-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 3-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 9-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 5-3 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Oxford, Miss. Mississippi State 10-3 Oxford, Miss.

+ Southeastern Conference Tournament

$ M&F Bank Fastpitch Classic

SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: LSU 301, Mississippi State 144 MSU At Home: 4-23 MSU On The Road: 1-24 MSU At Neutral: 0-2 Longest MSU Win Streak: 2 (March 30, 2005) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 20 (March 31, 2005 - Present) Last MSU Win: March 30, 2005 (4-1 in Starkville) Last MSU Loss: March 18, 2012 (0-4 in Baton Rouge) Last MSU Home Win: March 30, 2005 (4-1) Last MSU Home Loss: May 1, 2011 (1-3) Last MSU Road Win: March 19, 2002 (8-7 [11]) Last MSU Road Loss: March 18, 2012 (0-4) Highest Scoring Game: 28 (L, 15-13 [8], March 26, 2003 in Starkville) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 4 (6-2, March 27, 2003 in Starkville) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 14 (0-14, March 10, 1982 in Baton Rouge) Most Runs By MSU: 13, 2x, last on March 30, 2005 (W, 13-11 in Starkville) Most Runs By LSU: 15, 2x, last on March 31, 2005 (L, 9-15, in Baton Rouge) MSU In One-Run Games: 2-15 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 1-5 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 0 LSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 2

SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Mississippi State 246, Ole Miss 152 MSU At Home: 18-6 MSU On The Road: 15-10 MSU At Neutral: 1-4 Longest MSU Win Streak: 7 (March 27, 2001 - April 9, 2003) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 4 (April 26, 2005 - April 26, 2006) Last MSU Win: April 15, 2012 (10-3 in Oxford) Last MSU Loss: April 1, 2011 (0-6 in Starkville) Last MSU Home Win: April 3, 2011 (9-3) Last MSU Home Loss: April 1, 2011 (0-6) Last MSU Road Win: April 15, 2012 (10-3) Last MSU Road Loss: March 20, 2010 (2-9) Highest Scoring Game: 18 (L, 8-10 [8], April 10, 2003 in Oxford) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 14 (14-0 [5], April 9, 2003 in Oxford) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 8 (0-8 [6], March 20, 1999 in Oxford) Most Runs By MSU: 14 (W, 14-0, April 9, 2003 in Oxford) Most Runs By UM: 10 (L, 8-10 [8], April 10, 2003 in Oxford) MSU In One-Run Games: 9-9 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 2-3 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 7 Ole Miss Wins Via Run-Rule: 1

MISSOURI Date 3/15/97 2/21/98

Winner Missouri Missouri

(Missouri leads 2-0) Score 4-3 (8) 7-4 (10)

Location San Jose, Calif.^ Starkville, Miss.%

^ NIST Tournament % MSU Bulldog Classic SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Missouri 11, Mississippi State 7 MSU At Home: 0-1 MSU On The Road: Never Played MSU At Neutral: 0-1 Longest MSU Win Streak: N/A Longest MSU Losing Streak: 2 (March 15, 1997 - Present) Last MSU Win: N/A Last MSU Loss: Feb. 21, 1998 (4-7 [10] in Starkville) Last MSU Home Win: N/A Last MSU Home Loss: Feb. 21, 1998 (4-7 [10]) Last MSU Road Win: N/A Last MSU Road Loss: N/A Highest Scoring Game: 11 (L, 4-7 [10], Feb. 21, 1998 in Starkville) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: N/A Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 3 (4-7 [10], Feb. 21, 1998 in Starkville) Most Runs By MSU: 4 (L, 4-7 [10], Feb. 21, 1998 in Starkville) Most Runs By Mizzou: 7 (L, 4-7 [10], Feb. 21, 1998 in Starkville) MSU In One-Run Games: 0-1 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 0-2 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 0 Missouri Wins Via Run-Rule: 0

The Bulldogs swept rival Ole Miss in Oxford April 13-15, 2012, giving MSU seven wins in its last nine tries at the Rebels’ home stadium. Stephanie Becker pitched MSU’s first-ever one-hitter against Ole Miss April 14.


SEC SERIES HISTORY SOUTH CAROLINA Date 4/28/85 4/28/85 3/22/97 3/22/97 5/8/98 5/9/98 3/26/99 3/26/99 5/15/99 3/12/00 3/24/00 3/24/00 3/17/01 3/17/01 3/18/01 3/16/02 3/16/02 3/17/02 5/9/02 3/8/03 3/8/03 3/9/03 5/9/03 3/6/04 3/6/04 3/7/04 5/7/05 5/7/05 5/8/05 5/13/05 3/25/06 3/25/06 3/26/06 3/31/07 3/31/07 4/1/07 4/12/08 4/12/08 4/13/08 4/18/09 4/18/09 4/19/09 4/17/10 4/17/10 4/18/10 3/9/11 3/9/11 3/13/12 3/13/12

(Mississippi State leads 27-22) Winner Score Location South Carolina 7-3 (9) Cookeville, Tenn. Mississippi State 5-4 (9) Cookeville, Tenn. South Carolina 4-0 (8) Starkville, Miss. South Carolina 5-3 Starkville, Miss. South Carolina 2-0 Columbus, Ga.+ Mississippi State 3-0 Columbus, Ga.+ South Carolina 1-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 5-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Columbus, Ga.+ South Carolina 2-1 (8) Tampa, Fla.$ South Carolina 2-1 (9) Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 6-2 Columbia, S.C. South Carolina 7-1 Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 1-0 Columbia, S.C. South Carolina 2-0 Columbia, S.C. South Carolina 4-2 Starkville, Miss. South Carolina 5-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 11-10 (9) Starkville, Miss. South Carolina 11-5 Chattanooga, Tenn.+ Mississippi State 6-2 Columbia, S.C. South Carolina 11-3 (6) Columbia, S.C. South Carolina 5-2 Columbia, S.C. South Carolina 2-1 Plant City, Fla.+ South Carolina 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-0 (5) Starkville, Miss. South Carolina 7-4 Starkville, Miss. South Carolina 3-2 Columbia, S.C. South Carolina 7-5 Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 3-2 Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 4-1 Gainesville, Fla.+ Mississippi State 4-3 (10) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Starkville, Miss. South Carolina 6-2 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 4-3 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 8-7 (8) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 1-0 Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 3-1 Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 9-1 (6) Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 4-2 Starkville, Miss. South Carolina 2-0 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 10-2 (6) Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 2-1 Columbia, S.C. South Carolina 8-4 Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 3-1 Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 2-1 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 11-5 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State 10-6 Columbia, S.C. Mississippi State 9-0 (5) Columbia, S.C.

+ Southeastern Conference Tournament $ USF Speedline Invitational SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Mississippi State 179, South Carolina 145 MSU At Home: 12-9 MSU On The Road: 11-8 MSU At Neutral: 4-5 Longest MSU Win Streak: 7 (March 31, 2007 - April 18, 2009) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 5 (April 28, 1985 - May 8, 1998) Last MSU Win: March 13, 2012 (9-0 [5] in Columbia) Last MSU Loss: April 17, 2010 (8-4 in Columbia) Last MSU Home Win: March 9, 2011 (11-5) Last MSU Home Loss: April 18, 2009 (0-2) Last MSU Road Win: March 13, 2012 (9-0 [5]) Last MSU Road Loss: April 17, 2010 (4-8) Highest Scoring Game: 21 (W, 11-10 [9], March 17, 2002 in Starkville) Largest Margin Of Victory: 9 (9-0 [5], March 13, 2012 in Columbia) Largest Margin Of Defeat: 8 (3-11 [6], March 8, 2003 in Columbia) Most Runs By MSU: 11, 2x, last on March 9, 2011 (W, 11-5 in Starkville) Most Runs By USC: 11, 2x, last on March 8, 2003 (L, 3-11 [6] in Columbia) MSU In One-Run Games: 13-6 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 4-4 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 4 South Carolina Wins Via Run-Rule: 1

TENNESSEE

Date 4/13/97 4/13/97 4/11/98 4/11/98 4/18/99 4/18/99 5/14/99 4/14/00 4/14/00 3/31/01 3/31/01 4/1/01 3/29/02 3/29/02 3/22/03 3/22/03 3/23/03 3/20/04 3/20/04 3/21/04 5/13/04 3/19/05 3/19/05 3/20/05 5/14/05 4/22/06 4/22/06 4/23/06 3/17/07 3/17/07 3/18/07 4/26/08 4/26/08 3/28/09 3/28/09 3/29/09 3/9/10 3/9/10 3/10/10 4/21/11 4/22/11 4/23/11 3/23/12 3/24/12 3/25/12

(Tennessee leads 30-15) Winner Score Mississippi State 5-4 (8) Tennessee 11-0 (5) Mississippi State 3-0 Tennessee 3-2 Tennessee 9-1 (6) Tennessee 11-7 Tennessee 4-2 Mississippi State 6-1 Mississippi State 3-1 Mississippi State 13-4 Mississippi State 3-1 Mississippi State 7-1 Tennessee 2-0 Mississippi State 8-1 Tennessee 8-0 (5) Mississippi State 11-7 Tennessee 16-2 (5) Tennessee 10-1 Tennessee 6-3 Tennessee 5-3 (8) Mississippi State 8-2 Tennessee 1-0 Tennessee 8-4 Tennessee 3-1 Tennessee 3-0 Tennessee 2-1 Tennessee 3-1 Tennessee 10-0 (5) Tennessee 3-0 Tennessee 2-1 (8) Tennessee 5-1 Mississippi State 2-1 Tennessee 8-6 Mississippi State 5-4 Tennessee 8-0 (5) Mississippi State 10-6 Tennessee 8-4 Mississippi State 5-4 Tennessee 10-4 Tennessee 2-0 Tennessee 8-0 (6) Mississippi State 3-2 Tennessee 8-0 (5) Tennessee 10-3 Tennessee 8-0 (5)

Location Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Columbus, Ga.+ Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Tuscaloosa, Ala.+ Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Gainesville, Fla.+ Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss. Starkville, Miss.

TEXAS A&M

Date 2/28/86 2/11/00 2/9/03 2/19/10 2/20/10 3/6/11

(Tied 3-3) Winner Score Location Texas A&M 6-0 Thibodaux, La.! Mississippi State 3-2 Phoenix, Ariz.^ Mississippi State 5-2 Phoenix, Ariz.^ Texas A&M 9-0 (5) College Station, Texas$ Texas A&M 13-4 (5) College Station, Texas$ Mississippi State 7-3 Starkville, Miss.*

! Budweiser Bayou Classic ^ Fiesta Bowl Tournament $ Aggie Classic * MSU Bulldog Classic SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Texas A&M 35, Mississippi State 19 MSU At Home: 1-0 MSU On The Road: 0-2 MSU At Neutral: 2-1 Longest MSU Win Streak: 2 (Feb. 11, 2000 - Feb. 9, 2003) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 2 (Feb. 19, 2010 - Feb. 20, 2010) Last MSU Win: March 6, 2011 (7-3 in Starkville) Last MSU Loss: Feb. 20, 2010 (4-13 [5] in College Station) Last MSU Home Win: March 6, 2011 (7-3) Last MSU Home Loss: N/A Last MSU Road Win: N/A Last MSU Road Loss: Feb. 20, 2010 (4-13 [5]) Highest Scoring Game: 17 (L, 4-13 [5] in College Station) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 4 (7-3, March 6, 2011 in Starkville) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 9, 2x, last on March 23, 2003 (4-13 [5] in College Station) Most Runs By MSU: 7 (W, 7-3, March 6, 2011 in Starkville) Most Runs By TAMU 13 (L, 4-13 [5], Feb. 20, 2010 in College Station) MSU In One-Run Games: 1-0 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: N/A MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 0 Texas A&M Wins Via Run-Rule: 2

+ Southeastern Conference Tournament SERIES NOTES Total Runs Scored: Tennessee 234, Mississippi State 139 MSU At Home: 6-14 MSU On The Road: 8-14 MSU At Neutral: 1-2 Longest MSU Win Streak: 5 (April 14, 2000 - April 1, 2001) Longest MSU Losing Streak: 10 (March 19, 2005 - March 18, 2007) Last MSU Win: April 23, 2011 (3-2 in Knoxville) Last MSU Loss: March 25, 2012 (0-8 [5] in Starkville) Last MSU Home Win: March 9, 2010 (5-4) Last MSU Home Loss: March 25, 2012 (0-8 [5]) Last MSU Road Win: April 23, 2011 (3-2) Last MSU Road Loss: April 22, 2011 (0-8 [6]) Highest Scoring Game: 18, 2x, last on March 23, 2003 (L, 2-16 [5] in Knoxville) Largest MSU Margin Of Victory: 9 (13-4, March 31, 2001 in Knoxville) Largest MSU Margin Of Defeat: 14 (2-16 [5], March 23, 2003 in Knoxville) Most Runs By MSU: 13 (W, 13-4, March 31, 2001 in Knoxville) Most Runs By UT: 16 (L, 2-16 [5], March 23, 2003 in Knoxville) MSU In One-Run Games: 5-4 MSU In Extra-Inning Games: 1-2 MSU Wins Via Run-Rule: 0 Tennessee Wins Via Run-Rule: 9

Erin Nesbit scored two runs in MSU’s 9-0 shutout at South Carolina March 13, State’s first SEC road shutout since 2008.

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NON-SEC SERIES HISTORY AKRON...........................................UA leads 1-0 4/13/85............L...........0-2..................Owensboro, KY ALABAMA A&M..........................MSU leads 2-0 2/20/04............W.........13-0 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/22/04............W.........13-0 (5).............Starkville, MS ALABAMA STATE.........................MSU leads 2-0 3/1/97..............W.........30-0 (5)........................Troy, AL 3/2/97..............W.........18-0 (5)........................Troy, AL ALCORN STATE............................MSU leads 4-0 2/22/97............W.........19-0 (5)................ Monroe, LA 2/26/06............W.........9-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS 3/29/11............W.........11-2 (5).............Starkville, MS 3/29/11............W.........10-1 (5).............Starkville, MS ARIZONA........................................UA leads 2-1 2/9/02..............W.........7-1........................ Phoenix, AZ 2/9/03..............L...........2-9........................ Phoenix, AZ 5/19/07............L...........0-8...........................Tucson, AZ ARIZONA STATE...........................ASU leads 2-1 2/22/02............W.........2-1....................Columbus, GA 5/16/02............L...........1-4.......................Lafayette, LA 2/8/03 .............L...........4-5........................ Phoenix, AZ ARKANSAS STATE........................MSU leads 6-0 4/14/84............W.........8-4..................Owensboro, KY 3/26/85............W.........12-0...................Starkville, MS 3/26/85............W.........11-2...................Starkville, MS 3/29/86............W.........15-0...................Starkville, MS 4/10/86............W.........12-4.................Jonesboro, AR 4/10/86............W.........9-0....................Jonesboro, AR AUSTIN PEAY................................MSU leads 6-0 2/20/00............W.........10-1 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/20/04............W.........4-0......................Starkville, MS 2/21/04............W.........8-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS 3/4/07..............W.........2-0...............Chattanooga, TN 2/23/08............W.........12-4 (6)..................Macon, GA 3/08/08............W.........3-1......................Starkville, MS BAYLOR..........................................BU leads 2-0 3/3/06..............L...........0-1.............................. Waco, TX 3/5/06..............L...........1-3.............................. Waco, TX BELMONT....................................MSU leads 5-0 2/19/00............W.........8-0 (6)...............Starkville, MS 2/6/01..............W.........9-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS 2/6/01..............W.........6-1......................Starkville, MS 2/13/02............W.........11-0 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/13/02............W.........2-0......................Starkville, MS BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN..........MSU leads 2-0 3/19/03............W.........8-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS 3/19/03............W.........4-0......................Starkville, MS BOSTON UNIVERSITY.................MSU leads 1-0 3/11/00............W.........4-2............................ Tampa, FL BOWLING GREEN........................MSU leads 3-0 3/4/06..............W.........3-2 (8)....................... Waco, TX 3/5/06..............W.........6-1.............................. Waco, TX 2/25/11............W.........3-2....................Kennesaw, GA BRADLEY.....................................MSU leads 3-1 3/18/86............W.........2-1......................Starkville, MS 3/18/86............L...........0-6......................Starkville, MS 2/6/04..............W.........11-6...................Starkville, MS 2/7/04..............W.........7-1......................Starkville, MS BRIGHAM YOUNG.......................MSU leads 2-1 2/28/04............W.........2-1........................ Houston, TX 2/15/07............W.........1-0..................... Las Vegas, NV 5/17/12............L...........3-4 (9).................. Eugene, OR

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BUTLER........................................MSU leads 1-0 2/19/11............W.........2-0......................Starkville, MS

DePAUL....................................... DPU leads 1-0 2/25/12............L...........2-3.................... Clearwater, FL

CALIFORNIA. ................................. Cal leads 4-2 2/12/99............L...........4-6........................ Phoenix, AZ 5/21/04............L...........1-2.......................... Lincoln, NE 2/25/05............L...........4-9...............Palm Springs, CA 2/16/07............W.........9-0 (6).............. Las Vegas, NV 2/10/08............W.........4-1 (9)........Palm Springs, CA 5/15/09............L...........3-8................... Tallahassee, FL

DREXEL........................................MSU leads 1-0 2/18/01............W.........4-1......................Starkville, MS

CAL POLY............................... Cal Poly leads 1-0 2/26/98............L...........2-5 (8)......Santa Barbara, CA

EASTERN CONNECTICUT ST.......ECSU leads 1-0 3/15/83............L...........1-2......................Columbia, SC

CAL STATE FULLERTON................ CSF leads 2-1 2/12/00............L...........1-5........................ Phoenix, AZ 2/8/03..............L...........0-3........................ Phoenix, AZ 2/25/05............W.........5-4 (8)........Palm Springs, CA

EASTERN ILLINOIS......................MSU leads 1-0 3/3/12..............W.........8-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE............Series tied 1-1 2/8/08..............W.........4-2...............Palm Springs, CA 3/14/10............L...........6-13........................ Fresno, CA CARTHAGE COLLEGE..................Series tied 1-1 3/20/82............W.........6-1......................Starkville, MS 3/20/82............L...........13-16.................Starkville, MS CENTENARY................................MSU leads 1-0 2/7/99..............W.........4-1...................Shreveport, LA CENTRAL MICHIGAN.................. CMU leads 1-0 3/7/02..............L...........0-2.......................Plant City, FL CENTRAL OKLAHOMA................MSU leads 1-0 4/18/86............W.........3-2...................... Arlington, TX CHARLESTON SOUTHERN...........MSU leads 2-0 3/07/08............W.........19-2 (5).............Starkville, MS 3/08/08............W.........5-1......................Starkville, MS CHATTANOOGA..........................MSU leads 7-1 2/21/98............W.........8-0 (6)...............Starkville, MS 3/7/98..............W.........6-0............................ Tampa, FL 2/20/99............W.........3-1......................Starkville, MS 2/19/00............W.........7-5......................Starkville, MS 5/18/00............W.........6-1..........................Seattle, WA 3/16/04............W.........9-0 (5)........Chattanooga, TN 3/16/04............W.........2-1...............Chattanooga, TN 3/3/07..............L...........3-11 (5)......Chattanooga, TN CLEVELAND STATE CC.................MSU leads 1-0 4/26/85............W.........5-2.................... Cookeville, TN COASTAL CAROLINA...................MSU leads 2-1 3/11/03............W.........4-3......................... Conway, SC 3/12/03............W.........10-2...................... Conway, SC 3/12/03............L...........6-7......................... Conway, SC COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY........ CONJ leads 1-0 3/16/83............L...........0-5......................Columbia, SC COLORADO STATE.......................Series tied 2-2 3/14/97............L...........6-11.................... San Jose, CA 2/15/02............W.........10-2 (6).............Starkville, MS 2/23/03............W.........5-3.................. Las Cruces, NM 3/12/10............L...........5-6 (8).................... Fresno, CA COLUMBIA...................................MSU leads 2-0 3/2/12..............W.........11-1 (5).............Starkville, MS 3/3/12..............W.........12-4 (6).............Starkville, MS CONNECTICUT........................ UConn leads 1-0 2/23/02............L...........3-6....................Columbus, GA DELTA STATE................................MSU leads 6-0 4/1/86..............W.........11-1................... Itta Bena, MS 4/1/86..............W.........9-2...................... Itta Bena, MS 4/22/86............W.........11-1...................Starkville, MS 4/22/86............W.........6-2......................Starkville, MS 4/8/98..............W.........1-0......................Starkville, MS 4/6/99..............W.........7-1......................Starkville, MS

EAST TENNESSEE STATE..............MSU leads 3-0 2/17/06............W.........9-1 (6)...............Starkville, MS 2/19/06............W.........6-0......................Starkville, MS 3/13/10............W.........9-0 (5).................... Fresno, CA

EASTERN MICHIGAN...................MSU leads 1-0 3/20/86............W.........1-0................... Tallahassee, FL EVANSVILLE................................MSU leads 3-1 2/28/98............W.........7-2.............Santa Barbara, CA 2/19/99............L...........2-3 (8)...............Starkville, MS 2/21/99............W.........1-0......................Starkville, MS 2/21/09............W.........7-0......................Starkville, MS

GEORGIA SOUTHERN..................MSU leads 5-0 3/24/98............W.........7-1......................Starkville, MS 3/24/98............W.........9-1 (5)...............Starkville, MS 3/10/00............W.........4-3............................ Tampa, FL 3/8/01..............W.........3-2 (9)..................... Tampa, FL 3/5/05..............W.........7-4....................... Marietta, GA GEORGIA STATE..........................MSU leads 2-1 3/15/85............W.........17-1...................Starkville, MS 3/28/86............W.........2-0......................Starkville, MS 2/26/11............L...........5-8....................Kennesaw, GA GEORGIA TECH...........................MSU leads 9-2 4/21/99............W.........5-0..........................Atlanta, GA 4/19/00............W.........3-2......................Starkville, MS 4/19/01............W.........3-2..........................Atlanta, GA 4/19/01............W.........4-1 (10).................Atlanta, GA 4/18/02............W.........7-4......................Starkville, MS 4/18/02............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS 4/14/03............L...........1-9 (5)...................Atlanta, GA 4/14/03............L...........3-5..........................Atlanta, GA 5/8/04..............W.........10-2 (6).............Starkville, MS 5/8/04..............W.........1-0......................Starkville, MS 2/25/12............W.........5-3.................... Clearwater, FL

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON...............MSU leads 1-0 3/15/83............W.........21-6...................Columbia, SC

GRAMBLING................................MSU leads 3-0 3/29/85............W.........11-2.................Columbus, MS 4/20/85............W.........6-5....................Grambling, LA 4/20/85............W.........11-1.................Grambling, LA

FLORIDA A&M.............................MSU leads 4-2 3/7/84..............W.........11-0...................Starkville, MS 3/7/84..............W.........11-8...................Starkville, MS 3/17/84............W.........5-2................... Tallahassee, FL 3/22/85............L...........0-1................... Tallahassee, FL 3/5/98..............L...........3-8............................ Tampa, FL 3/4/05..............W.........4-2....................... Marietta, GA

HAWAII.......................................... UH leads 3-1 2/17/07............L...........2-3..................... Las Vegas, NV 5/16/08............L...........7-9........................... Tempe, AZ 5/17/08............L...........4-7........................... Tempe, AZ 3/6/09..............W.........14-11.................. Honolulu, HI

FLORIDA ATLANTIC......................FAU leads 3-1 3/6/99..............W.........10-2......................... Tampa, FL 3/10/01............L...........2-3............................ Tampa, FL 3/7/02..............L...........0-6.......................Plant City, FL 5/21/04............L...........0-1.......................... Lincoln, NE FLORIDA GULF COAST.............. FGCU leads 1-0 3/5/09..............L...........3-8....................... Honolulu, HI FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL..........MSU leads 2-0 3/9/02..............W.........3-2 (8)................Plant City, FL 5/15/03............W.........4-2.......................... Lincoln, NE FLORIDA STATE...........................MSU leads 7-6 3/8/84..............L...........0-1 (9)...............Starkville, MS 3/8/84..............L...........2-6......................Starkville, MS 3/16/84............L...........0-5................... Tallahassee, FL 3/21/86............L...........1-3................... Tallahassee, FL 3/4/99..............W.........2-1............................ Tampa, FL 3/4/00..............W.........4-0....................Columbus, GA 3/3/02..............W.........2-0................... Tallahassee, FL 2/28/03............W.........3-1................... Tallahassee, FL 2/23/07............L...........2-4....................Columbus, GA 2/15/09............W.........5-4................... Tallahassee, FL 5/16/09............L...........0-5................... Tallahassee, FL 3/11/11............W.........9-8 (10).......... Tuscaloosa, AL 3/12/11............W.........8-7................... Tuscaloosa, AL FORDHAM.... ...............................MSU leads 1-0 2/16/08............W.........6-5 (8)...............Starkville, MS FRESNO STATE............................. FSU leads 3-0 2/11/00............L...........2-4........................ Phoenix, AZ 2/24/02............L...........1-3....................Columbus, GA 3/14/10............L...........3-11 (5).................. Fresno, CA GEORGE MASON........................ GMU leads 1-0 3/16/84............L...........8-13................ Tallahassee, FL GEORGETOWN............................MSU leads 3-0 3/29/08............W.........8-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS 3/30/08............W.........7-2......................Starkville, MS 3/13/10............W.........7-6........................... Fresno, CA

HOFSTRA.....................................MSU leads 2-1 3/7/98..............W.........8-3............................ Tampa, FL 3/5/99..............W.........4-1............................ Tampa, FL 2/26/10............L...........1-2...................Columbus, GA HOUSTON...................................... UH leads 1-0 2/27/04............L...........1-3........................ Houston, TX IDAHO STATE.................................ISU leads 1-0 3/27/82............L...........0-8...................Bartlesville, OK ILLINOIS CENTRAL COLLEGE......MSU leads 1-0 4/13/85............W.........5-3..................Owensboro, KY ILLINOIS-CHICAGO.....................MSU leads 3-1 3/11/00............W.........4-2............................ Tampa, FL 2/22/03............W.........4-1.................. Las Cruces, NM 2/11/11............L...........4-5..................... Las Vegas, NV 2/13/11............W.........5-2..................... Las Vegas, NV ILLINOIS STATE............................Series tied 1-1 4/15/83............L...........0-2........................... Ruston, LA 2/28/10............W.........9-3....................Columbus, GA INDIANA STATE...........................MSU leads 1-0 3/6/07..............W.........2-1......................Starkville, MS IONA............................................MSU leads 1-0 2/7/09..............W.........10-0 (5).............Starkville, MS IOWA...............................................UI leads 2-1 4/3/82..............L...........1-6................. Springfield, MO 3/5/98..............L...........2-4............................ Tampa, FL 5/20/04............W.........2-1 (8)................... Lincoln, NE IOWA STATE...................................ISU leads 2-1 3/26/82............L...........1-12................Bartlesville, OK 2/9/07..............W.........9-3......................Starkville, MS 2/10/07............L...........3-8......................Starkville, MS IPFW............................................MSU leads 1-0 2/22/03............W.........5-1.................. Las Cruces, NM


NON-SEC SERIES HISTORY JACKSON STATE..........................MSU leads 6-0 2/7/04..............W.........25-2 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/8/04..............W.........18-3 (5).............Starkville, MS 4/9/09..............W.........9-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS 4/9/09..............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS 2/29/12............W.........11-2 (6)............... Jackson, MS 4/10/12............W.........12-3 (5).............Starkville, MS JACKSONVILLE............................MSU leads 2-0 2/10/06............W.........8-0 (5)..................... Tampa, FL 2/11/06............W.........8-0 (5)..................... Tampa, FL JACKSONVILLE STATE.................MSU leads 7-3 2/20/98............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS 2/27/99............L...........3-6......................Starkville, MS 2/27/99............W.........4-0......................Starkville, MS 3/12/99............L...........6-7 (8)........Chattanooga, TN 3/15/00............W.........6-0......................Starkville, MS 3/15/00............W.........5-1......................Starkville, MS 4/25/01............W.........3-2................. Jacksonville, AL 4/24/02............W.........10-1 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/16/03............L...........1-9 (6)................... Oxford, MS 2/11/12............W.........8-1........................... Mobile, AL KANSAS..........................................KU leads 2-0 4/3/82..............L...........1-9................. Springfield, MO 3/3/02..............L...........3-4................... Tallahassee, FL KENNESAW STATE........................KSU leads 2-1 2/10/07............W.........6-0......................Starkville, MS 2/6/09..............L...........0-4......................Starkville, MS 2/26/11............L...........2-3....................Kennesaw, GA KENT STATE..................................KSU leads 2-0 3/12/82............L...........3-10............ Baton Rouge, LA 3/12/82............L...........8-9............... Baton Rouge, LA KENTUCKY WESLEYAN................MSU leads 6-0 4/14/84............W.........4-3..................Owensboro, KY 3/9/85..............W.........8-5......................Starkville, MS 3/9/85..............W.........7-2......................Starkville, MS 4/12/85............W.........4-2..................Owensboro, KY 3/8/86..............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS 3/8/86..............W.........11-2...................Starkville, MS LINCOLN COLLEGE......................MSU leads 1-0 4/27/85............W.........7-4.................... Cookeville, TN LIPSCOMB...................................MSU leads 1-0 2/10/12............W.........3-1........................... Mobile, AL LONG BEACH STATE....................MSU leads 1-0 3/11/06............W.........13-2.................Lakewood, CA LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE.............. ULL leads 11-3 3/19/82............W.........13-3...................Starkville, MS 3/19/82............L...........9-15...................Starkville, MS 2/26/83............L...........1-2.......................Lafayette, LA 2/26/83............L...........1-6.......................Lafayette, LA 4/7/84..............L...........0-1......................Starkville, MS 4/7/84..............L...........2-3......................Starkville, MS 2/28/86............L...........1-2....................Thibodaux, LA 4/7/86..............W.........3-0.......................Lafayette, LA 4/7/86..............W.........5-1.......................Lafayette, LA 5/2/99..............L...........1-7......................Starkville, MS 5/2/99..............L...........2-4......................Starkville, MS 5/18/02............L...........3-10....................Lafayette, LA 2/12/05............L...........2-7.......................Lafayette, LA 2/24/12............L...........3-6.................... Clearwater, FL

LOUISIANA-MONROE................MSU leads 12-6 3/13/83............L...........0-3......................Starkville, MS 3/13/83............W.........4-3......................Starkville, MS 4/10/84............L...........2-3......................... Monroe, LA 4/10/84............L...........0-1......................... Monroe, LA 2/23/97............L...........1-5......................... Monroe, LA 4/23/97............L...........0-6......................Starkville, MS 4/23/97............W.........1-0......................Starkville, MS 4/14/98............W.........11-0 (6)................ Monroe, LA 4/14/98............W.........7-5......................... Monroe, LA 4/15/99............W.........9-1 (5)...............Starkville, MS 4/15/99............W.........3-2 (9)...............Starkville, MS 4/11/00............L...........1-2......................... Monroe, LA 4/11/00............W.........3-2......................... Monroe, LA 2/20/01............W.........2-1 (9)...............Starkville, MS 2/20/01............W.........8-5......................Starkville, MS 2/7/09..............W.........5-3......................Starkville, MS 2/8/09..............W.........12-5...................Starkville, MS 2/19/10............W.........4-0...........College Station, TX LOUISIANA TECH.......................... LTU leads 9-8 4/23/83............L...........0-4......................Starkville, MS 4/23/83............L...........0-9......................Starkville, MS 3/10/84............L...........0-4......................Starkville, MS 3/10/84............L...........1-9......................Starkville, MS 4/19/85............L...........0-3........................... Ruston, LA 4/19/85............L...........2-5........................... Ruston, LA 4/12/86............L...........1-2......................Starkville, MS 4/12/86............L...........0-1......................Starkville, MS 4/25/97............L...........2-5......................Starkville, MS 4/25/97............W.........3-2 (10).............Starkville, MS 2/6/04..............W.........6-1......................Starkville, MS 2/8/04..............W.........1-0......................Starkville, MS 2/4/05..............W.........9-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS 2/6/05..............W.........9-7......................Starkville, MS 3/10/08............W.........5-2......................Starkville, MS 2/18/11............W.........3-2......................Starkville, MS 3/2/12..............W.........8-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS LUTHER COLLEGE.......................Series tied 1-1 3/23/84............W.........3-2......................Starkville, MS 3/23/84............L...........4-6......................Starkville, MS MAINE.........................................MSU leads 1-0 3/23/85............W.........7-0................... Tallahassee, FL MARYLAND.................................MSU leads 1-0 2/27/10............W.........5-4....................Columbus, GA MASSACHUSETTS.......................MSU leads 3-1 3/4/00..............W.........7-0....................Columbus, GA 3/11/00............W.........4-1............................ Tampa, FL 3/02/08............W.........3-2....................Columbus, GA 2/26/10............L...........6-7 (9).............Columbus, GA McNEESE STATE..........................MSU leads 2-0 3/25/97............W.........3-2......................Starkville, MS 2/12/05............W.........5-0.......................Lafayette, LA MEMPHIS....................................MSU leads 2-0 2/12/12............W.........9-6........................... Mobile, AL 4/24/12............W.........9-1 (6)...............Starkville, MS MERCER.......................................MSU leads 2-1 3/11/06............W.........4-3....................Lakewood, CA 2/24/08............W.........5-2...........................Macon, GA 2/25/11............L...........5-6....................Kennesaw, GA MIAMI (OHIO)..............................MSU leads 2-0 2/21/03............W.........5-2.................. Las Cruces, NM 2/14/09............W.........3-0................... Tallahassee, FL MICHIGAN.....................................UM leads 7-1 3/7/98..............L...........1-2 (8)..................... Tampa, FL 3/5/99..............L...........3-9............................ Tampa, FL 3/7/99..............L...........3-4............................ Tampa, FL 3/1/01..............L...........1-3......................Starkville, MS 2/22/02............W.........3-2....................Columbus, GA 2/29/08............L...........0-2....................Columbus, GA 3/3/10..............L...........0-3......................Starkville, MS 2/26/12............L...........1-3.................... Clearwater, FL

MICHIGAN STATE........................Series tied 2-2 3/22/84............L...........3-11...................Starkville, MS 3/22/84............L...........1-6......................Starkville, MS 3/7/99..............W.........4-2............................ Tampa, FL 3/9/01..............W.........6-2......................Starkville, MS MIDDLE TENN. STATE..................MSU leads 3-1 3/17/05............W.........8-0 (5).......Murfreesboro, TN 3/17/05............L...........5-6..............Murfreesboro, TN 3/28/06............W.........9-3......................Starkville, MS 3/28/06............W.........13-1 (5).............Starkville, MS MISS. UNIV. FOR WOMEN...........MSU leads 7-2 3/16/85............L...........1-10...................Starkville, MS 3/30/85............W.........5-0....................Columbus, MS 4/9/85..............W.........7-1......................Starkville, MS 4/9/85..............W.........7-2......................Starkville, MS 4/12/85............W.........3-2..................Owensboro, KY 4/23/85............L...........1-5....................Columbus, MS 4/23/85............W.........5-1....................Columbus, MS 4/4/86..............W.........6-5......................Starkville, MS 4/4/86..............W.........10-0...................Starkville, MS MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE.......MSU leads 22-1 2/14/03............W.........14-0 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/21/04............W.........12-0 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/22/04............W.........7-0......................Starkville, MS 2/5/05..............W.........15-0 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/6/05..............W.........8-0 (6)...............Starkville, MS 3/21/06............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS 3/21/06............W.........6-3......................Starkville, MS 2/21/07............W.........10-2 (5).............Starkville, MS 4/18/07............L...........3-5...................... Itta Bena, MS 2/13/08............W.........10-0 (5).............Starkville, MS 3/29/08............W.........10-1 (5).............Starkville, MS 3/30/08............W.........12-0 (5).............Starkville, MS 2/25/09............W.........10-4................... Itta Bena, MS 5/8/09..............W.........10-2 (5).............Starkville, MS 5/8/09..............W.........4-1......................Starkville, MS 3/6/10..............W.........11-1...................Starkville, MS 3/24/10............W.........9-6...................... Itta Bena, MS 4/7/10..............W.........9-1....................Ridgeland, MS 3/6/11..............W.........8-0 (5)...............Starkville, MS 4/12/11............W.........5-1...................... Itta Bena, MS 4/19/11............W.........9-1 (6)...............Starkville, MS 2/19/12............W.........3-2......................Starkville, MS 3/28/12............W.........4-3 (8)............... Itta Bena, MS MISSOURI STATE.............MIZZOU ST. leads 3-1 3/20/85............L...........0-1......................Starkville, MS 3/20/85............W.........4-2......................Starkville, MS 3/7/86..............L...........0-2......................Starkville, MS 3/7/86..............L...........3-10...................Starkville, MS MONMOUTH...............................MSU leads 1-0 3/11/03............W.........9-1 (6).................. Conway, SC MOUNT ST. MARY’S....................MSU leads 1-0 3/7/09..............W.........6-1....................... Honolulu, HI NEBRASKA.................................... NU leads 3-0 2/7/03..............L...........5-7........................ Phoenix, AZ 5/16/03............L...........0-8 (6)................... Lincoln, NE 2/24/07............L...........6-7 (9).............Columbus, GA NEBRASKA-OMAHA....................UNO leads 1-0 3/26/82............L...........0-8...................Bartlesville, OK NEVADA......................................MSU leads 1-0 2/21/03............W.........7-0.................. Las Cruces, NM NEW MEXICO...............................MSU leads 2-0 3/14/97............W.........4-0....................... San Jose, CA 3/15/97............W.........7-2....................... San Jose, CA

NICHOLLS STATE......................... NSU leads 7-2 4/9/83..............L...........2-4......................Starkville, MS 4/9/83..............L...........2-4......................Starkville, MS 4/25/84............L...........3-7....................Thibodaux, LA 4/25/84............L...........8-13.................Thibodaux, LA 3/22/85............L...........2-3 (9)............ Tallahassee, FL 4/2/85..............W.........3-2......................Starkville, MS 4/2/85..............L...........3-5......................Starkville, MS 2/21/97............L...........0-6......................... Monroe, LA 3/8/02..............W.........8-0 (5)................Plant City, FL NORTH CAROLINA...................... UNC leads 3-2 3/9/00..............W.........6-0............................ Tampa, FL 3/8/02..............W.........8-3.......................Plant City, FL 2/25/07............L...........4-8....................Columbus, GA 3/12/11............L...........4-12 (5).......... Tuscaloosa, AL 3/13/11............L...........2-8................... Tuscaloosa, AL NORTH CAROLINA STATE............Series tied 2-2 2/4/05..............L...........1-2......................Starkville, MS 2/5/05..............W.........5-1......................Starkville, MS 2/29/08............W.........4-0....................Columbus, GA 2/27/10............L...........3-4....................Columbus, GA NORTH TEXAS.............................MSU leads 1-0 4/19/86............W.........6-3...................... Arlington, TX NORTHERN ILLINOIS.................... NIU leads 1-0 2/23/97............L...........1-2......................... Monroe, LA NORTHWESTERN STATE..............MSU leads 8-3 3/3/84..............W.........2-1...............Natchitoches, LA 3/3/84..............L...........3-7...............Natchitoches, LA 2/14/98............L...........1-3......................Starkville, MS 2/14/98............W.........3-1......................Starkville, MS 2/15/98............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS 2/6/99..............L...........0-1...............Natchitoches, LA 2/6/99..............W.........3-1...............Natchitoches, LA 2/19/99............W.........6-1......................Starkville, MS 2/18/00............W.........3-2......................Starkville, MS 5/16/02............W.........9-6.......................Lafayette, LA 2/24/06............W.........5-2......................Starkville, MS NOTRE DAME................................ ND leads 1-0 3/15/97............L...........3-8....................... San Jose, CA OAKLAND....................................MSU leads 2-0 2/27/02............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS 2/27/02............W.........10-1 (5).............Starkville, MS OHIO STATE................................. OSU leads 3-1 3/23/85............L...........2-3................... Tallahassee, FL 3/21/86............W.........3-2................... Tallahassee, FL 3/6/05..............L...........0-11 (5).............. Marietta, GA 2/27/09............L...........0-7....................Columbus, GA OKLAHOMA.................................. OU leads 2-0 4/16/83............L...........0-4........................... Ruston, LA 3/3/00..............L...........4-12 (6)...........Columbus, GA OKLAHOMA CITY........................ OKC leads 1-0 4/19/86............L...........2-3...................... Arlington, TX OKLAHOMA STATE...................... OSU leads 3-0 3/25/82............L...........0-2...................Bartlesville, OK 4/2/82..............L...........1-9................. Springfield, MO 2/14/04............L...........2-3.................... San Diego, CA OREGON......................................MSU leads 1-0 2/08/08............W.........3-0...............Palm Springs, CA

NEW MEXICO STATE....................MSU leads 3-0 2/12/99............W.........4-2........................ Phoenix, AZ 3/6/99..............W.........7-0............................ Tampa, FL 2/9/02..............W.........7-6 (8)................. Phoenix, AZ

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NON-SEC SERIES HISTORY SIENA...........................................MSU leads 2-0 3/14/98............W.........2-0......................Starkville, MS 3/14/98............W.........6-0......................Starkville, MS OREGON STATE........................... OSU leads 4-2 2/9/01..............L...........0-3............. Corpus Christi, TX 2/10/01............L...........0-1 (8)...... Corpus Christi, TX 2/27/05............L...........5-6...............Palm Springs, CA 3/6/09..............L...........0-2....................... Honolulu, HI 2/20/10............W.........13-3........College Station, TX 2/21/10............W.........6-5 (8)....College Station, TX PACIFIC...........................................UP leads 2-1 2/26/05............L...........4-5...............Palm Springs, CA 5/18/07............W.........7-1...........................Tucson, AZ 5/19/07............L...........10-12......................Tucson, AZ PENN STATE..................................PSU leads 2-1 3/9/00..............W.........2-0............................ Tampa, FL 2/24/01............L...........3-8..................... Las Vegas, NV 2/24/01............L...........5-6..................... Las Vegas, NV PITTSBURGH...............................Series tied 1-1 3/2/03..............W.........5-4 (8)............ Tallahassee, FL 2/27/04............L...........2-3........................ Houston, TX PORTLAND STATE........................PSU leads 1-0 5/18/12............L...........0-2......................... Eugene, OR PURDUE......................................MSU leads 3-1 2/9/07..............W.........6-5......................Starkville, MS 2/11/07............W.........8-1......................Starkville, MS 2/13/09............W.........4-3................... Tallahassee, FL 2/27/11............L...........0-5....................Kennesaw, GA RADFORD.......................................RU leads 1-0 3/8/09..............L...........1-3....................... Honolulu, HI RHODE ISLAND............................ URI leads 1-0 3/16/83............L...........5-9......................Columbia, SC RUTGERS.....................................MSU leads 1-0 2/20/09............W.........6-0......................Starkville, MS SAINT FRANCIS (PA)....................MSU leads 1-0 3/4/05..............W.........7-0....................... Marietta, GA ST. MARY’S (CA.)........................SMC leads 1-0 3/14/97............L...........1-2....................... San Jose, CA ST. MARY’S (NEB.)......................MSU leads 1-1 3/29/86............W.........11-1...................Starkville, MS SAMFORD..................................MSU leads 14-2 2/26/97............W.........4-0......................Starkville, MS 2/26/97............W.........4-0......................Starkville, MS 3/20/97............W.........6-1................ Birmingham, AL 3/20/97............W.........7-1................ Birmingham, AL 4/21/98............W.........3-2 (10).............Starkville, MS 4/21/98............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS 4/29/99............W.........4-0......................Starkville, MS 4/29/99............W.........4-1......................Starkville, MS 4/25/00............L...........0-2......................Starkville, MS 2/16/03............W.........15-4 (5)................. Oxford, MS 3/1/06..............W.........9-1 (6)...............Starkville, MS 3/1/06..............W.........3-1......................Starkville, MS 3/7/07..............W.........7-0......................Starkville, MS 4/4/07..............L...........0-3................ Birmingham, AL 2/14/12............W.........6-3................ Birmingham, AL 3/4/12..............W.........11-5...................Starkville, MS SAN DIEGO STATE..................... SDSU leads 2-1 2/13/04............L...........3-5.................... San Diego, CA 2/15/04............L...........1-2 (8)............. San Diego, CA 2/09/08............W.........8-0 (6)........Palm Springs, CA SANTA CLARA.............................MSU leads 1-0 3/5/09..............W.........11-3.................... Honolulu, HI SETON HALL................................MSU leads 1-0 2/23/07............W.........23-0 (5)...........Columbus, GA

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SOUTH ALABAMA.......................MSU leads 2-0 4/8/09..............W.........5-2......................Starkville, MS 2/9/12..............W.........7-2........................... Mobile, AL SOUTH FLORIDA....................... USF LEADS 3-2 3/6/98..............L...........0-1............................ Tampa, FL 3/10/00............L...........2-4............................ Tampa, FL 2/11/06............W.........2-0............................ Tampa, FL 2/12/06............W.........4-2............................ Tampa, FL 2/24/12............L...........0-1.................... Clearwater, FL SOUTHERN ILLINOIS...................MSU leads 5-3 2/17/01............L...........2-3......................Starkville, MS 2/15/02............L...........0-2......................Starkville, MS 2/16/02............W.........5-3......................Starkville, MS 2/17/06............W.........2-0......................Starkville, MS 2/15/08............W.........7-3......................Starkville, MS 2/17/08............W.........4-3......................Starkville, MS 2/19/11............W.........10-8...................Starkville, MS 2/20/11............L...........4-9......................Starkville, MS SIU-EDWARDSVILLE....................MSU leads 3-1 2/21/09............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS 2/22/09............W.........2-0......................Starkville, MS 2/17/12............L...........4-5......................Starkville, MS 2/19/12............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS SOUTHERN MISS.....................MSU leads 31-12 3/22/83............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS 3/22/83............W.........4-3......................Starkville, MS 4/12/83............W.........3-0.................Hattiesburg, MS 4/12/83............W.........5-4.................Hattiesburg, MS 4/3/84..............W.........7-6.................Hattiesburg, MS 4/3/84..............W.........3-2.................Hattiesburg, MS 4/17/84............W.........4-1......................Starkville, MS 4/17/84............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS 3/19/85............L...........3-5 (8)...............Starkville, MS 3/19/85............L...........4-5 (9)...............Starkville, MS 3/29/85............W.........4-0....................Columbus, MS 4/4/85..............W.........6-1.................Hattiesburg, MS 4/4/85..............W.........9-1.................Hattiesburg, MS 3/25/86............W.........5-4.................Hattiesburg, MS 3/25/86............W.........3-1.................Hattiesburg, MS 3/28/86............W.........4-2......................Starkville, MS 4/23/86............W.........3-2......................Starkville, MS 4/23/86............W.........5-1......................Starkville, MS 3/12/99............L...........0-4...............Chattanooga, TN 4/5/00..............L...........0-2......................Starkville, MS 4/5/00..............W.........2-1......................Starkville, MS 4/5/01..............L...........1-2......................Starkville, MS 4/5/01..............W.........9-6......................Starkville, MS 2/16/02............L...........2-7......................Starkville, MS 4/3/02..............W.........6-2.................Hattiesburg, MS 4/3/02..............L...........0-3.................Hattiesburg, MS 2/4/03..............W.........3-1......................Starkville, MS 4/3/03..............L...........5-8.......................Madison, MS 3/24/04............L...........0-6.................Hattiesburg, MS 4/6/04..............W.........6-3....................Ridgeland, MS 3/2/05..............W.........9-0 (6)...............Starkville, MS 4/7/05..............W.........5-2.................Hattiesburg, MS 3/7/06..............L...........0-2......................Starkville, MS 3/30/06............W.........8-0 (5)..........Hattiesburg, MS 4/12/07............W.........9-2......................Starkville, MS 4/24/07............W.........10-6..............Hattiesburg, MS 3/18/08............W.........9-0 (5)..........Hattiesburg, MS 4/23/08............W.........5-2......................Starkville, MS 2/11/09............L...........3-7......................Starkville, MS 3/17/10............W.........14-4..............Hattiesburg, MS 2/23/11............W.........6-4......................Starkville, MS 4/6/11..............L...........4-14 (5)..............Madison, MS 4/25/12............W.........1-0.................Hattiesburg, MS

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE....MSU leads 2-1 4/3/84..............L...........0-2..................Owensboro, KY 2/24/06............W.........5-2......................Starkville, MS 2/26/06............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS SOUTHERN..................................MSU leads 1-0 3/31/10............W.........4-1......................Starkville, MS STANFORD...........................Stanford leads 2-1 3/3/00..............W.........2-1 (9).............Columbus, GA 3/5/00..............L...........1-5....................Columbus, GA 3/9/02..............L...........0-7.......................Plant City, FL STEPHEN F. AUSTIN.....................MSU leads 2-1 3/11/82............L...........0-10............ Baton Rouge, LA 3/13/10............W.........8-0......................Starkville, MS 3/14/10............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS STONY BROOK............................MSU leads 1-0 5/17/08............W.........8-3........................... Tempe, AZ SYRACUSE...................................MSU leads 4-0 2/28/03............W.........4-1................... Tallahassee, FL 3/2/03..............W.........3-2................... Tallahassee, FL 3/10/06............W.........2-1....................Lakewood, CA 3/01/08............W.........8-2....................Columbus, GA TEMPLE.......................................MSU leads 2-0 3/10/01............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS 3/9/02..............W.........6-0.......................Plant City, FL TENNESSEE MARTIN...................MSU leads 2-0 2/21/97............W.........4-1......................... Monroe, LA 3/3/07..............W.........6-5 (9)........Chattanooga, TN TENNESSEE STATE.......................MSU leads 3-0 3/1/97..............W.........9-0 (5)..........................Troy, AL 3/2/97..............W.........12-1 (6)........................Troy, AL 2/19/06............W.........7-1......................Starkville, MS TENNESSEE TECH........................MSU leads 8-2 3/16/85............W.........25-3...................Starkville, MS 4/26/85............W.........11-2................. Cookeville, TN 2/26/00............W.........7-4......................Starkville, MS 2/26/00............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS 2/18/01............W.........1-0 (8)...............Starkville, MS 2/18/05............L...........3-5......................Starkville, MS 2/24/07............W.........10-1 (6)...........Columbus, GA 3/2/07..............L...........4-9...............Chattanooga, TN 4/28/12............W.........6-2......................Starkville, MS 4/28/12............W.........5-1......................Starkville, MS TEXAS.............................................UT leads 3-0 3/1/02..............L...........0-1 (14).......... Tallahassee, FL 5/21/05............L...........0-2.............................Austin, TX 5/22/05............L...........0-2.............................Austin, TX TEXAS A&M-CC...........................MSU leads 3-0 2/9/01..............W.........8-0 (5)...... Corpus Christi, TX 5/20/05............W.........1-0.............................Austin, TX 5/21/05............W.........2-1 (8)......................Austin, TX TEXAS-ARLINGTON......................UTA leads 2-0 4/15/83............L...........2-7........................... Ruston, LA 4/18/86............L...........2-3...................... Arlington, TX TEXAS STATE...............................MSU leads 3-1 3/1/86..............W.........5-3....................Thibodaux, LA 2/10/01............W.........4-2............. Corpus Christi, TX 2/11/01............L...........0-5............. Corpus Christi, TX 2/8/02..............W.........8-1........................ Phoenix, AZ TEXAS TECH................................Series tied 1-1 3/9/01..............L...........0-1......................Starkville, MS 2/8/02..............W.........12-4 (5)............... Phoenix, AZ TOLEDO.......................................Series tied 1-1 3/1/86..............L...........0-2 . .................Thibodaux, LA 3/2/07..............W.........3-2...............Chattanooga, TN

TROY ...........................................MSU leads 6-0 3/1/97..............W.........3-2.................................Troy, AL 3/2/97..............W.........1-0.................................Troy, AL 2/19/05............W.........3-0......................Starkville, MS 3/5/05..............W.........12-6.................... Marietta, GA 3/5/10..............W.........8-0......................Starkville, MS 3/7/10..............W.........4-3......................Starkville, MS TRUMAN STATE............................TSU leads 1-0 4/2/82..............L...........2-3................. Springfield, MO TULSA..........................................MSU leads 3-1 2/22/97............L...........0-1......................... Monroe, LA 2/23/97............W.........7-2......................... Monroe, LA 2/18/05............W.........5-0......................Starkville, MS 2/19/05............W.........4-2......................Starkville, MS UAB...........................................MSU leads 13-2 3/22/00 . .........W.........4-1......................Starkville, MS 2/12/03 . .........W.........2-0................ Birmingham, AL 4/22/03 . .........L...........0-3......................Starkville, MS 4/27/04............W.........11-3 (6)....... Birmingham, AL 4/28/04............W.........7-0......................Starkville, MS 3/8/05..............W.........8-3................ Birmingham, AL 4/12/05............W.........11-1 (5).............Starkville, MS 3/20/07............W.........5-0................ Birmingham, AL 4/17/07............W.........4-1......................Starkville, MS 3/04/08............W.........7-0......................Starkville, MS 3/24/09............W.........9-7................ Birmingham, AL 2/13/10............W.........4-0......................Starkville, MS 2/14/10............W.........6-2......................Starkville, MS 3/1/11..............L...........0-8 (6)...............Starkville, MS 3/20/12............W.........4-3......................Starkville, MS UC DAVIS..................................... UCD leads 1-0 2/16/07............L...........1-2..................... Las Vegas, NV UC RIVERSIDE.............................Series tied 1-1 2/09/08............W.........8-0 (5)........Palm Springs, CA 2/12/11............L...........6-7..................... Las Vegas, NV UC SANTA BARBARA........................... UCSB 3-1 2/28/98............L...........9-13 (9)....Santa Barbara, CA 2/13/04............W.........6-3.................... San Diego, CA 2/14/04............L...........2-5.................... San Diego, CA 3/01/08............L...........2-5 (8).............Columbus, GA UCLA......................................... UCLA leads 3-0 2/12/99............L...........0-5........................ Phoenix, AZ 3/10/06............L...........0-2....................Lakewood, CA 3/12/06............L...........0-3....................Lakewood, CA UNLV......................................... UNLV leads 3-1 2/13/99............W.........9-1 (5)................. Phoenix, AZ 2/23/01............L...........2-3..................... Las Vegas, NV 2/23/01............L...........0-2..................... Las Vegas, NV 2/11/11............L...........9-10 (9)............ Las Vegas, NV UTAH.......................................... Utah leads 4-2 3/25/82............L...........0-9...................Bartlesville, OK 2/12/00............L...........6-8 (9)................. Phoenix, AZ 5/19/00............W.........11-3 (6).................Seattle, WA 5/20/00............L...........1-4..........................Seattle, WA 3/8/01..............L...........2-3............................ Tampa, FL 2/26/05............W.........10-3............Palm Springs, CA UTAH STATE.................................MSU leads 3-0 2/13/99............W.........7-2........................ Phoenix, AZ 2/13/00............W.........5-4........................ Phoenix, AZ 2/17/07............W.........6-3..................... Las Vegas, NV VILLANOVA.................................MSU leads 1-0 2/28/04............W.........3-1........................ Houston, TX VIRGINIA.....................................MSU leads 1-0 2/29/04............W.........5-0........................ Houston, TX VIRGINIA TECH............................... VT leads 1-0 3/5/05..............L...........3-4....................... Marietta, GA


NON-SEC SERIES HISTORY WASHINGTON...............................UW leads 4-1 5/20/00............L...........1-4..........................Seattle, WA 5/16/03............L...........0-8 (6)................... Lincoln, NE 3/3/06..............W.........3-0.............................. Waco, TX 3/4/06..............L...........1-8.............................. Waco, TX 2/12/11............L...........5-18 (5)............ Las Vegas, NV WEST FLORIDA............................MSU leads 1-0 3/20/86............W.........4-0................... Tallahassee, FL WEST GEORGIA...........................MSU leads 2-0 3/15/85............W.........12-0...................Starkville, MS 3/30/85............W.........14-2.................Columbus, MS WESTERN ILLINOIS......................WIU leads 3-0 3/19/84............L...........7-8 (8)...............Starkville, MS 3/19/84............L...........0-1 (10).............Starkville, MS 3/23/85............L...........3-5................... Tallahassee, FL WESTERN KENTUCKY................. WKU leads 2-1 2/10/06............W.........3-1............................ Tampa, FL 2/23/08............L...........1-2...........................Macon, GA 2/24/08............L...........2-4...........................Macon, GA WESTERN MICHIGAN..................MSU leads 1-0 3/6/98..............W.........5-1............................ Tampa, FL WILLIAM WOODS...................... WWU leads 1-0 4/13/84............L...........0-1..................Owensboro, KY WINTHROP..................................MSU leads 2-0 2/18/00............W.........9-3......................Starkville, MS 2/17/01............W.........14-2 (5).............Starkville, MS WISCONSIN.................................MSU leads 1-0 2/7/03..............W.........9-2........................ Phoenix, AZ WRIGHT STATE............................MSU leads 3-0 2/15/08............W.........4-0......................Starkville, MS 2/16/08............W.........5-2......................Starkville, MS 3/6/10..............W.........7-2......................Starkville, MS

ALL-TIME RECORD VS. CONFERENCES Division I..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 588-498 America East.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-0 Atlantic 10.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................7-2 Atlantic Coast..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................22-14 Atlantic Sun...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9-4 Big 12...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-15 Big East........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13-7 Big South.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6-2 Big 10.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................10-20 Big West.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................7-14 Colonial Athletic Association..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................5-3 Conference USA.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................49-16 Horizon...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6-1 Ivy League.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2-0 Metro-Atlantic Athletic.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-0 Mid-American..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................8-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-2 Missouri Valley..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14-9 Mountain West..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................7-10 Northeast.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4-0 Ohio Valley.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................37-7 Pacific-12...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11-25 Pacific Coast Softball.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-2 Southeastern.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 217-290 SEC East............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 109-121 SEC West........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 108-169 Southern.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................26-3 Southland...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................22-6 Southwestern Athletic...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................40-1 Summit...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-4 Sun Belt.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................31-23 Western Athletic.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................17-12 Division II...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................16-0 Great Midwest Athletic.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6-0 Gulf South......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9-0 Independents...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-0 Division III............................................................................................................................................................................................................................5-4 College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin...................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-1 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-1 Little East.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................0-1 New Jersey Athletic....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................0-1 Southern Collegiate Athletic..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-0 NAIA.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-3 American Midwest.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................0-1 Midlands Collegiate Athletic..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-1 Sooner Athletic............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................0-1 NJCAA...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3-0 Mid-West Athletic.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-0 Independsents.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-0 Tennessee Community College Athletic............................................................................................................................................................................................................................1-0 SCHOOLS THAT NO LONGER SPONSOR SOFTBALL........................................................................................................................................................13-2

MISSISSIPPI STATE ALL-TIME SOFTBALL RECORD............ 621-514

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Echols, Julia (2013-Present) INF, #6, McDonough, Ga.

Ingram, Julia (1982-84) OF, #24, Tupelo, Miss.

Akins, Susan (1983) RHP, #34, Memphis, Tenn.

Ellwood, Susan (1985) C/3B, #13, Baton Rouge, La.

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Anderson, Autumn (1998-99) RHP, #20, Farmington, N.M.

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Feldt, Shawna (1998) UTL, #3, Vancouver, Wash.

Bailey, Jessie (2007-10) INF, #6, Lithonia, Ga.

Fisher, Shelby (2010-Present) 1B, #14, Scottsdale, Ariz.

Bailey, Sammie Jo (2006-09) 1B, #34, Lithonia, Ga.

Flesher, Misty (2008-12) RHP, #17, Lone Grove, Okla.

Bainbridge, Ali (2008-11) 2B, #1, Vestavia Hills, Ala.

Foulks, Logan (2013-Present) INF/C, #7, Douglasville, Ga.

Bateman, Megan (2007-08) C, #11, Brookhaven, Miss.

Frank, Courtney (2000, 03) RHP, #16, Kent, Wash.

Baxstrum, Lynn (1982) 2B, #41, Philadelphia, Miss.

Futch, Karen (1983-84) 1B, #44, Titusville, Fla.

Becker, Stephanie (2010-Present) LHP, #11, Aurora, Ill. Bell, Brittany (2008-12) OF, #13, Brandon, Fla. Bell, Briana (2011-Present) OF, #21, Brandon, Fla. Benardo, Ariana (1997-98) 2B, #4, Torrance, Calif. Best, Brooke (2000-03) 2B, #3, Ooltewah, Tenn. Blake, Ragan (2005-06) RHP, #11, Sugar Land, Texas Bonar, Vicki (1984-85) RHP, #5, Royal Oak, Mich. Boyce, Nakita (2005-08) OF, #7, Springfield, Mo. Bramlett, Chelsea (2007-10) C, #18, Cordova, Tenn. Brown, Blaire (2001-04) C, #34, Yucaipa, Calif. Burcham, Tina (1983) OF, #30, Florence, Ala. Bures, Courtney (2005-08) INF, #3, Haymarket, Va. Bushby, Chris (1997-2000) OF, #18, Starkville, Miss.

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Gates, Brittany (2009-12) OF, #4, Houston, Miss. Gates, Michelle (1997-2000) RHP/3B, #7, Chowchilla, Calif. Gaul, Erika (2012-Present) INF, #23, Clermont, Fla. Gentry, Pam (1986) C, #14, Monroe, La. Golden, Olivia (2013-Present) INF, #12, Hartselle, Ala. Goldsmith, Connie (1999) OF, #34, Starkville, Miss. Goodwin, Robynn (2000) C, #72, Starkville, Miss. Gregory, Rhonda (1982) OF, #32, Pontotoc, Miss. Gregory, Vickie (1982) OF, #42, Pontotoc, Miss. Gresham, Stacy (1986) 1B, #44, Florence, Ala. Guess, Hayle (2004, 2006-08) UTL, #21, Moss Point, Miss.

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Jaspers, Kate (2001-04) 1B/OF, #28, Prescott, Ariz. Jennings, Sherri (1985-86) OF, #10, Pensacola, Fla. Jessup, Jennifer (2001-05) SS, #25, East Dublin, Ga. Johnson, Dani (1997) C, #24, Tucson, Ariz. Johnson, Katie (2004-07) INF, #13, Birmingham, Ala. Jones, Donna (1983) 2B, #15, Kosciusko, Miss. Judd, Alicia (1997-98) RHP, #25, St. Louis, Mo. Juedemann, Aimee (1997-98) OF, #8, St. Louis, Mo.

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Kimbrough, Kendell (1997-2000) OF, #22, Saltillo, Miss. Kinney, Michelle (2005-07) UTL, #8, Memphis, Tenn.

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Lenahan, Sam (2011-Present) C/1B, #16, Lawrenceville, Ga. Lott, Anna Joyce (1998-2001) OF, #10, Greenwood, Miss.

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Mabry, Stacy (2006) OF, #6, Liberty, Miss. Massey, Melissa (2002-05) RHP, #2, Fayetteville, Tenn. Mathews, Lezlie (1986) C, #21, Baton Rouge, La. Matzenger, Mary Lee (1982) OF, #17, Mobile, Ala. McCain, Cindy (1985-86) 2B, #42, Pope, Miss.

Hartnett, Meg (1983-86) SS, #20, Germantown, Tenn.

McCallum, Keri (1997-2000) C/OF, #14, Port Orchard, Wash.

Hehnke, Jenny (1997-2000) 2B, #1, Santa Barbara, Calif.

McCloud, Gina (2006-08) 3B, #44, Monticello, Miss.

Helms, Jemmye Ann (1997) OF, #3, Mathiston, Miss.

McDonald, Tanelda (2002-2005) 3B, #24, Madison, Miss.

Henry, Nichole (1997-2000) C/1B, #11, Whitwell, Tenn.

McFarling, Keri (2004) OF, #10, Amory, Miss.

Heon, Allie (2009-10) INF/OF, #10, Leesburg, Va.

McMichael, Iyhia (2001-04) OF, #12, Nacogdoches, Texas

Herbert, Missy (1984-85) INF, #21, Memphis, Tenn.

McWatters, Bonnie (1984-86) OF, #15, Lake Park, Fla.

Hewett, Blair (2004-07) C, #5, St. Matthews, S.C.

Mellert, Kristie (1983) 3B, #22, Hope Hull, Ala.

Hickerson, Sara (2004-07) RHP, #32, Nashville, Tenn.

Meyer, Allison (2005) INF, #9, Laurel, Miss.

Hooper, Sharon (1984-86) RHP, #7, Gretna, La.

Miller, Kelli (2004-07) RHP, #33, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Davis, Kim (1985-86) RHP, #18, Monroe, La.

Hollenhead, Swayze (2012-Present) INF, #15, Mathiston, Miss.

Miller, Rhonda Ann (1984) RHP, #10, Chalmette, La.

Delaneuville, Summer (2003) RHP, #8, LaPlace, La.

Hunley, Lindsay (2005-08) INF, #15, Aurora, Ill.

Minor, Christene (1982-83) 2B, #33, Starkville, Miss.

DeNomie, Janice (1982-84) RHP, #41, Memphis, Tenn.

Hurley, Rachel (2006-07) OF, #10, Brandon, Miss.

Moore, Courtney (2009) INF/OF, #21, El Sobrante, Calif.

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Calvert, Kayla (1999) RHP, #19, Lafayette, Ind. Clark, Julie (1984) 1B, #8, Baton Rouge, La. Clark, Tracy (1997-99) OF, #26, Valencia, Calif. Comeaux, Stephanie (2004-07) RHP, #1, Lucedale, Miss. Cooley, Jessica (2010-Present) INF/OF, #2, Birmingham, Ala. Cooley, Katie (2004-07) C/OF, #17, Birmingham, Ala.

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Dabbs, Stacey (1984-85) OF, #9, Baton Rouge, La.

Dunlap, Lindsey (2009-12) LHP, #32, Hueytown, Ala.

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Moore, Sherry (1982) 1B, #25, Noxapater, Miss.

Morgan, Melanie (1983-86) OF, #42, Memphis, Tenn. Moschetti, Nicole (2000) 3B, #16, West Palm Beach, Fla. Mosley, Amy (2001-02) C, #11, Quitman, Miss.

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Nelson, Jennifer (2000-03) RHP/OF, #9, Weatherford, Texas Nelson, Lindsay (2001-04) 2B, #6, Orange Park, Fla. Nesbit, Courtney (2008-11) INF, #25, Acworth, Ga. Nesbit, Erin (2010-Present) INF, #5, Acworth, Ga. Nesbit, Megan (2012) INF, #12, Acworth, Ga. Nichols, Loryn (2013-Present) OF, #10, Murrieta, Calif. Nurnberg, Kelsey (2007-09) RHP, #9, Ankeny, Iowa

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Offutt, Jessica (2011-Present) OF, #26, Madison, Ala. O’Nan, Meagan (2003-04) OF, #15, Starkville, Miss. Osborn, Cindy (1983) OF, #23, Olive Branch, Miss. Owen, Alison (2013-Present) RHP, #4, Newnan, Ga. Owens, Stephanie (2003) RHP, #33, Easley, S.C.

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Patterson, Tyeah (2002) OF, #29, Pascagoula, Miss. Pendley, Connie (1985-86) 3B, #22, Birmingham, Ala. Perrault, Tina (1984) C, #13, Baton Rouge, La. Pedroli, Maryann (1997) OF, #19, Germantown, Tenn. Phillips, Ashley (2012-Present) OF, #20, Water Valley, Miss. Pippins, Cathy (1986) RHP, #31, West Monroe, La. Punches, Jacey (2013-Present) RHP, #1, Round Rock, Texas Pursell, Jennifer (2000-01) RHP, #15, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

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Raines, Chelsea (2010-11) C/INF, #15, Ackerman, Miss. Reese, Laura Leigh (2006-07) C, #24, Clinton, Miss. Richards, Becca (2000) OF, #26, Eugene, Ore. Rider, Karrie (1997-2000) SS, #23, Camas, Wash. Riner, June (1983) UTL, #25, East Coweta, Ga. Robinson, Faith (2002) 3B, #26, Bolton, Miss. Rovtar, Chrissie (2010-Present) INF, #44, West Chicago, Ill.

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Schlagheck, Robyn (1999-2001) C, #8, Huntsville, Ala. Shape, Heidi (2011-Present) INF, #22, Duluth, Ga. Sherrod, Shana (2011-Present) RHP, #27, Vestavia Hills, Ala. Shipley, Karen (1984-85) C, #12, Winterhaven, Fla. Seibert, Laurie (2007-09) INF, #16, Sugar Grove, Ill. Smith, Cheri (1998-2001) 1B, #12, Phoenix, Ariz. Smith, Jamie (1998-99) OF, #9, Phoenix, Ariz. Smith, Ka’ili (2009-12) INF/OF, #7, Kapolei, Hawaii Spain, Jessie (2008-10) INF/OF, #8, Birmingham, Ala.

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Tegarden, Susan (1983) C, #43, St. Petersburg, Fla. Tillman, Krystal (2001-03) OF, #7, Romoland, Calif.

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Vanlandingham, Courtney (2012) INF, #25, Owasso, Okla. Vry, Kylie (2010-Present) LHP, #3, Des Moines, Iowa

W

Walker, Irene (1985-86) 1B, #17, Pensacola, Fla. Watkins, Brandi (2004) OF, #29, Starkville, Miss. Waterman, Jennifer (2001-04) C/1B, #23, Kingwood, Texas Watson, Kristie (1984) 3B, #14, Hope Hull, Ala. Wenzel, Caitlin (2011-12) UTL, #24, Marianette, Wis. White, Jan (1982) 1B, #32, Aberdeen, Miss. Whitehead, Kasey (2000-02) RHP/INF, #4, Roswell, Ga. Wilkerson, Kellie (1999-2002) LHP/UTL, #20, Jacksonville, Fla. Williams, Callye (2003-06) 3B, #4, Katy, Texas Winkfield, Kayla (2013-Present) INF, #9, Giddings, Texas Woolven, Elizabeth (2008-10) LHP, #12, Nettleton, Miss. Wroten, Ashley (2006) OF, #25, Terry, Miss.

Z

Zdeb, Rachael (2011-Present) OF, #19, Shawnee, Kan. * Active Players in Maroon


HONORS & AWARDS

NATIONAL HONORS USA National Teams 2010 2009 2006 2005 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Jay Miller USA National Team Head Coach Chelsea Bramlett USA National Team Jay Miller USA National Team Head Coach Chelsea Bramlett USA National Team Courtney Bures USA National Team Courtney Bures USA World University Games Kellie Wilkerson USA National Team Iyhia McMichael USA Elite Kellie Wilkerson USA Elite Kellie Wilkerson USA Elite Kellie Wilkerson USA Blue Keri McCallum USA Blue Kellie Wilkerson USA Junior World Keri McCallum USA Blue Michelle Gates USA Red

NCAA Woman of the Year 2004

Kate Jaspers (State Winner)

Honda Award 2010 2004

Chelsea Bramlett (Top Four Finalist) Iyhia McMichael (Top Four Finalist)

USA Softball Player of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2004 2003

Chelsea Bramlett (Top 10 Finalist) Chelsea Bramlett (Top 25 Finalist) Chelsea Bramlett (Top 25 Finalist) Iyhia McMichael (Top 3 Finalist) Iyhia McMichael (Top 10 Finalist)

NFCA adidas Golden Shoe Award 2010 2009

Chelsea Bramlett (Division I) Chelsea Bramlett (Division I)

NFCA Catcher of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2000

Chelsea Bramlett (Division I) Chelsea Bramlett (Division I) Chelsea Bramlett (Division I) Keri McCallum (Overall, Division I)

NFCA All-American 2010 2009 2008 2007 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Courtney Bures (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Courtney Bures (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (2nd Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Keri McCallum (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (2nd Team)

EASTON All-American 2001 2000 1999 1998

Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (2nd Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Keri McCallum (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Michelle Gates (2nd Team) Jenny Hehnke (2nd Team)

NSCA All-American 2009 2004

Chelsea Bramlett Meagan O’Nan

USA Softball Player of the Week 2012 2004

Jessica Cooley (March 6) Iyhia McMichael (February 24)

NFCA Player of the Week 2004 2003

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Iyhia McMichael (February 25) Iyhia McMichael (April 1)

EASTON Player of the Month 1999 1998

Keri McCallum (March) Kellie Wilkerson (April) Jenny Hehnke (May) Cheri Smith (February) Keri McCallum (March) Autumn Anderson (April) Jenny Hehnke (May)

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American 2011 2010 2009 2008 2004 2003 2000

Ali Bainbridge (3rd Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (2nd Team) Sammie Jo Bailey (3rd Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Kate Jaspers (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (2nd Team) Kate Jaspers (2nd Team) Keri McCallum (1st Team)

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic Player of the Year 2010 2004

Chelsea Bramlett Kate Jaspers

NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

Julia Echols Shelby Fisher Misty Flesher Sam Lenahan Erin Nesbit Megan Nesbit Jessica Offutt Chrissie Rovtar Kylie Vry Rachael Zdeb Ali Bainbridge Stephanie Becker Misty Flesher Sam Lenahan Courtney Nesbit Jessica Offutt Chrissie Rovtar Heidi Shape Jessie Spain Kylie Vry Rachael Zdeb Jessie Bailey Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Bramlett Shelby Fisher Misty Flesher Courtney Nesbit Erin Nesbit Chrissie Rovtar Jessie Spain Kylie Vry Jessie Bailey Sammie Jo Bailey Ali Bainbridge Jessie Spain Jessie Bailey Sammie Jo Bailey Ali Bainbridge Megan Bateman Nakita Boyce Chelsea Bramlett Lindsay Hunley Gina McCloud Courtney Nesbit Jessie Spain Jessie Bailey Sammie Jo Bailey Chelsea Bramlett Stephanie Comeaux Lindsay Hunley Katie Johnson Michelle Kinney Gina McCloud Kelli Miller Sammie Jo Bailey Hayle Guess Sara Hickerson Lindsay Hunley Katie Johnson Michelle Kinney Gina McCloud Kelli Miller Callye Williams

Blair Hewett Katie Johnson Michelle Kinney Callye Williams Kate Jaspers Jennifer Jessup Lindsay Nelson Meagan O’Nan Krystal Tillman Callye Williams Blaire Brown Courtney Frank Kate Jaspers Jennifer Jessup Lindsay Nelson Meagan O’Nan Krystal Tillman Blaire Brown Kate Jaspers Amy Mosley Lindsay Nelson Krystal Tillman Anna Joyce Lott Jenny Hehnke Keri McCallum Anna Joyce Lott Kayla Calvert Tracy Clark Connie Goldsmith Jenny Hehnke Anna Joyce Lott Keri McCallum Autumn Anderson Tracy Clark Jenny Hehnke Alicia Judd Kendell Kimbrough Anna Joyce Lott Keri McCallum Karrie Rider Jenny Hehnke

REGIONAL HONORS NFCA All-Region 2012 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Sam Lenahan (1st Team) Ka’ili Smith (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Sammie Jo Bailey (1st Team) Ali Bainbridge (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Ka’ili Smith (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Courtney Bures (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Hayle Guess (2nd Team) Courtney Bures (2nd Team) Courtney Bures (1st Team) Jennifer Jessup (3rd Team) Iyhia McMichael (1st Team) Jennifer Waterman (2nd Team) Kate Jaspers (2nd Team) Iyhia McMichael (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (2nd Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Keri McCallum (1st Team) Karrie Rider (2nd Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Michelle Gates (2nd Team) Autumn Anderson (2nd Team) Michelle Gates (2nd Team) Keri McCallum (1st Team)

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District

2011 2010 2009 2008 2006 2004

Ali Bainbridge (1st Team) Jessie Bailey (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Sammie Jo Bailey (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Jessie Bailey (2nd Team) Ali Bainbridge (2nd Team) Sammie Jo Bailey (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Jessie Bailey (2nd Team) Hayle Guess (1st Team) Kate Jaspers (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (1st Team) Meagan O’Nan (2nd Team)

2003 2000 1998

Kate Jaspers (1st Team) Krystal Tillman (2nd Team) Keri McCallum (1st Team) Jenny Hehnke (2nd Team) Keri McCallum (2nd Team)

SEC HONORS Player of the Year (1 Player, 2 Times) 2004 2003

Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael

Freshman of the Year (2 Players, 2 Times) 2007 2005

Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures

Scholar-Athlete of the Year (1 Player, 1 Time) 2004

Kate Jaspers (Co-Winner)

All-SEC (11 Players, 28 Times) 2010 2009 2008 2007 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Ka’ili Smith (2nd Team) Chelsea Bramlett (1st Team) Courtney Bures (1st Team) Hayle Guess (2nd Team) Courtney Bures (1st Team) Chelsea Bramlett (2nd Team) Hayle Guess (2nd Team) Courtney Bures (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (1st Team) Kate Jaspers (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (1st Team) Jennifer Nelson (2nd Team) Iyhia McMichael (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Iyhia McMichael (2nd Team) Keri McCallum (1st Team, Un.) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Karrie Rider (2nd Team) Michelle Gates (1st Team) Kellie Wilkerson (1st Team) Keri McCallum (2nd Team) Michelle Gates (1st Team) Keri McCallum (2nd Team) Keri McCallum (1st Team) Karrie Rider (2nd Team)

All-SEC Freshman (10 Players) 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2005 2004

Ashley Phillips Briana Bell Sam Lenahan Jessica Cooley Ka’ili Smith Ali Bainbridge Jessie Bailey Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Hayle Guess

SEC Player of the Week (12 Players, 17 Times) 2012 2010 2009 2008 2007 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

Jessica Cooley . . . . . . . . . . . . March 5 Ka’ili Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 16 Chelsea Bramlett . . . . . . . . . . . . March 1 Ali Bainbridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 30 Chelsea Bramlett . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 11 Sammie Jo Bailey . . . . . . . . . . . . April 24 Courtney Bures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 7 Iyhia McMichael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 23 Kate Jaspers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 12 Iyhia McMichael . . . . . . . . . . . . March 31 Kellie Wilkerson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 6 Iyhia McMichael . . . . . . . . . . . . March 26 Kellie Wilkerson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 21 Karrie Rider . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 13 Keri McCallum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 3 Keri McCallum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 9 Michelle Gates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 31

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HONORS & AWARDS SEC HONORS SEC Pitcher of the Week (8 Players, 8 Times) 2012 2004 2003 2002 2001 1999 1997

Stephanie Becker . . . . . . . . . April 23 Stephanie Comeaux . . . . . . . . . March 7 Kelli Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 11 Melissa Massey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 24 Kasey Whitehead . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 12 Jennifer Pursell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 2 Autumn Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . April 6 Alicia Judd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .April 29

SEC Freshman of the Week (10 Players, 13 Times) 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

Kylie Vry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 15 Erin Nesbit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 26 Ka’ili Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 9 Lindsey Dunlap . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 30 Lindsey Dunlap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 20 Ka’ili Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 4 Misty Flesher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feb. 18 Courtney Nesbit . . . . . . . . . . . . March 24 Misty Flesher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 14 Brittany Bell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 21 Chelsea Bramlett . . . . . . . . . . . . . April 3 Chelsea Bramlett . . . . . . . . . . . . April 10 Sammie Jo Bailey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 8

SEC Community Service Team 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Misty Flesher Courtney Nesbit Jessie Bailey Sammie Jo Bailey Hayle Guess Hayle Guess Callye Williams Callye Williams Meagan O’Nan

SEC Academic Honor Roll 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

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Stephanie Becker Jessica Cooley Shelby Fisher Brittany Gates Sam Lenahan Erin Nesbit Jessica Offutt Chrissie Rovtar Heidi Shape Ka’ili Smith Kylie Vry Rachael Zdeb Ali Bainbridge Stephanie Becker Jessica Cooley Lindsey Dunlap Shelby Fisher Misty Flesher Courtney Nesbit Erin Nesbit Chrissie Rovtar Kylie Vry Jessie Bailey Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Bramlett Misty Flesher Allie Heon Courtney Nesbit Ka’ili Smith Jessie Spain Elizabeth Woolven Jessie Bailey Sammie Jo Bailey Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Bramlett Misty Flesher Allie Heon Courtney Nesbit Laurie Siebert Jessie Spain Jessie Bailey Sammie Jo Bailey Megan Bateman Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Nakita Boyce Hayle Guess Lindsay Hunley Gina McCloud

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Sammie Jo Bailey Nakita Boyce Courtney Bures Stephanie Comeaux Katie Cooley Hayle Guess Sara Hickerson Blair Hewett Lindsay Hunley Katie Johnson Michelle Kinney Gina McCloud Kelli Miller Nakita Boyce Courtney Bures Stephanie Comeaux Katie Cooley Blair Hewett Sara Hickerson Lindsay Hunley Hayle Guess Katie Johnson Michelle Kinney Gina McCloud Allison Meyer Kelli Miller Callye Williams Stephanie Comeaux Katie Cooley Hayle Guess Blair Hewett Sara Hickerson Jennifer Jessup Katie Johnson Michelle Kinney Tanelda McDonald Keri McFarling Kelli Miller Callye Williams Blaire Brown Kate Jaspers Jennifer Jessup Tanelda McDonald Iyhia McMichael Kelli Miller Lindsay Nelson Meagan O’Nan Stephanie Owens Krystal Tillman Jennifer Waterman Brandi Watkins Callye Williams Brooke Best Blaire Brown Kate Jaspers Jennifer Jessup Iyhia McMichael Amy Mosley Lindsay Nelson Krystal Tillman Jennifer Waterman Brooke Best Jennifer Jessup Anna Joyce Lott Jennifer Nelson Robyn Schlagheck Kasey Whitehead Brooke Best Chris Bushby Jenny Hehnke Nichole Henry Jennifer Jessup Kendell Kimbrough Anna Joyce Lott Keri McCallum Jennifer Nelson Karrie Rider Robyn Schlagheck Cheri Smith Kasey Whitehead Kellie Wilkerson Chris Bushby Michelle Gates Jenny Hehnke Nichole Henry Kendell Kimbrough Anna Joyce Lott Keri McCallum Karrie Rider Robyn Schlagheck

1999 1998

Autumn Anderson Chris Bushby Tracy Clark Michelle Gates Jenny Hehnke Nichole Henry Kendell Kimbrough Anna Joyce Lott Keri McCallum Karrie Rider Robyn Schlagheck Ariana Benardo Chris Bushby Jenny Hehnke Alicia Judd Aimee Juedemann Kendell Kimbrough Keri McCallum Karrie Rider

SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll 2010 2008 2007 2005 2004 2003

Stephanie Becker Jessica Cooley Shelby Fisher Erin Nesbit Chrissie Rovtar Kylie Vry Ali Bainbridge Misty Flesher Courtney Nesbit Jessie Spain Elizabeth Woolven Jessie Bailey Chelsea Bramlett Laurie Siebert Nakita Boyce Courtney Bures Lindsay Hunley Gina McCloud Allison Meyer Katie Cooley Hayle Guess Blair Hewett Sara Hickerson Katie Johnson Stephanie Owens Callye Williams

2003-10 TEAM HONORS Most Valuable Player 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Blair Hewett Courtney Bures Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael

Top Hitter 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Courtney Bures Iyhia McMichael Iyhia McMichael

Most Valuable Pitcher 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Misty Flesher Lindsey Dunlap Misty Flesher Kelli Miller Ragan Blake Stephanie Comeaux Kelli Miller Melissa Massey Melissa Massey

Most Improved Player 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Jessie Bailey Brittany Bell Kelsey Nurnberg Sara Hickerson Nakita Boyce Tanelda McDonald Tanelda McDonald Jennifer Waterman

Gold Glove 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Jessie Bailey Ali Bainbridge Courtney Bures Courtney Bures Courtney Bures Callye Williams Kate Jaspers Brooke Best

Rookie Of The Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Erin Nesbit Ka’ili Smith Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Bramlett Sammie Jo Bailey Courtney Bures Hayle Guess Callye Williams

MTXE (Mental Toughness/Extra Effort) 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Ali Bainbridge Sammie Jo Bailey Lindsay Hunley Katie Johnson Blair Hewett Jennifer Jessup Meagan O’Nan Jennifer Jessup

1997-2002 TEAM HONORS Most Outstanding Player 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Kellie Wilkerson Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Keri McCallum Autumn Anderson Keri McCallum

Most Inspirational Player 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Iyhia McMichael Amy Mosley Karrie Rider Jenny Hehnke Chris Bushby Karrie Rider

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS NCAA Regional Tournament 2012 2008 2002 2000

Ka’ili Smith (Eugene Regional) Ali Bainbridge (Tempe Regional) Chelsea Bramlett (Tempe Regional) Kellie Wilkerson (Region 3) Keri McCallum (Region 1)

SEC Tournament 2004 2003 2001 1999 1998

Iyhia McMichael Jennifer Nelson Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Kellie Wilkerson Autumn Anderson Michelle Gates Nichole Henry Karrie Rider

Compass Bank Invitational 2006

Stephanie Comeaux Hayle Guess

Georgia Tech Buzz Classic 2005

Jennifer Jessup

Mercer Wingate Inn Classic 2008

Sammie Jo Bailey Ali Bainbridge Hayle Guess

NFCA Leadoff Classic 2010 2008 2007

Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Hayle Guess


HONORS & AWARDS NIST Tournament 1997

2008 2006 2005 2004 2002 2001 2000

Keri McCallum

Mardi Gras Tournament 1997

Michelle Gates

Ragin’ Cajuns Invitational 2005

Courtney Bures

Speedline Invitational 2002 2000 1999

Kellie Wilkerson Iyhia McMichael Karrie Rider Jennifer Pursell Keri McCallum Michelle Gates

Troy Cox Classic 2003

Iyhia McMichael Jennifer Jessup

MSU Bulldog Round-Robin 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Brittany Bell Jessica Cooley Shelby Fisher Erin Nesbit Ka’ili Smith Sam Lenahan Courtney Nesbit Ka’ili Smith Kylie Vry Jessie Bailey Ali Bainbridge Brittany Bell (MVP) Lindsey Dunlap Misty Flesher Erin Nesbit Jessie Spain Kylie Vry Jessie Bailey Chelsea Bramlett Lindsey Dunlap Courtney Moore Kelsey Nurnberg Sammie Jo Bailey Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures (MVP) Misty Flesher Hayle Guess Courtney Bures Kelli Miller Chelsea Bramlett Nakita Boyce Ragan Blake Nakita Boyce Courtney Bures Stephanie Comeaux Hayle Guess Courtney Bures Lindsay Hunley Katie Johnson Kelli Miller Callye Williams Kate Jaspers Melissa Massey Iyhia McMichael Meagan O’Nan Jennifer Waterman

MSU Bulldog Classic 2012 2011 2010 2009

Stephanie Becker Brittany Bell Jessica Cooley (MVP) Sam Lenahan Jessica Offutt Ali Bainbridge (MVP) Briana Bell Misty Flesher Chelsea Raines Kylie Vry Jessie Bailey Chelsea Bramlett Misty Flesher Allie Heon Ka’ili Smith (MVP) Kylie Vry Jessie Bailey Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Bramlett (MVP) Lindsey Dunlap Kelsey Nurnberg

Sammie Jo Bailey Chelsea Bramlett (co-MVP) Courtney Bures Misty Flesher Hayle Guess Kelsey Nurnberg (co-MVP) Sammie Jo Bailey Courtney Bures Stephanie Comeaux Katie Cooley Hayle Guess Callye Williams Nakita Boyce Blair Hewett Tanelda McDonald Kelli Miller Callye Williams Blaire Brown Stephanie Comeaux Melissa Massey Iyhia McMichael Kellie Miller Meagan O’Nan Jennifer Waterman Brandi Watkins Brooke Best Iyhia McMichael Kellie Wilkerson Jennifer Jessup Jennifer Nelson Lindsay Nelson Kellie Wilkerson Keri McCallum Jennifer Nelson Karrie Rider Kellie Wilkerson

MSU Bully Bash 2008

Jessie Bailey Ali Bainbridge Chelsea Bramlett Courtney Bures Nakita Boyce Misty Flesher (MVP) Hayle Guess Kelsey Nurnberg Jessie Spain

Ma lihini Kipa Aloha Tournament

2009

BULLDOGS IN THE PROS For more than a decade, Mississippi State players have continued their playing careers professionally through the Women’s Professional Softball League and currently the National Pro Fastpitch league. Courtney Bures was State’s most recent addition to NPF as she was drafted 16th overall by the Washington Glory in 2008. The two-time first team all-American made an immediate impact, tying for seventh in NPF in RBI and fourth in home runs while leading the Glory to the NPF championship series. She played this past season for the Akron Racers, continuing a trend of Bulldogs that have played in the organization, including Melissa Massey, Kasey Whitehead and Iyhia McMichael. Akron selected McMichael, a former all-American, with the No. 1 senior draft pick in the league’s inaugural season. McMichael led the Racers to the 2005 crown, hitting the winning home run off Jennie Finch a year after claiming the league’s MVP award. Although McMichael claimed top league honors in 2004, her former teammate Kellie Wilkerson helped lead the New York/New Jersey Juggernaut to the NPF championship.

MSU PLAYERS TO PLAY PROFESSIONALLY Autumn Anderson Courtney Bures Michelle Gates Jennifer Jessup Melissa Massey Keri McCallum Iyhia McMichael Karrie Rider Jennifer Waterman Kasey Whitehead Kellie Wilkerson

BULLDOG HEAD COACHES LYNN KEISER

Chelsea Bramlett Ka’ili Smith

Easton SEC/ACC Challenge 2011

1982-83 • 37-53-4 (.415)

Keiser led State in the early years of the program, transforming the Bulldogs from a slowpitch program in 1981 to a competitive fastpitch team in 1982. Keiser also amassed a 13-55 (.191) record as head coach of Mississippi State’s volleyball team from 1981-82.

VIVIAN LANGLEY

Courtney Nesbit Chelsea Raines

1984-86 • 66-45 (.595)

Langley, who totaled a 34-78 (.304) mark as State’s volleyball coach from 1983-85, led the Bulldogs to their first winning season in 1985, then guided the Maroon and White to another winning campaign in 1986 before the discontinuation of the program.

KATHY ARENDSEN

1997-2002 • 220-160 (.579)

Having reintroduced the sport to State’s varsity program in 1997, Arendsen led the Bulldogs to the championship game of the 1998 SEC Tournament before a 44-win campaign in 2000 helped the Bulldogs secure their first postseason berth. Arendsen coached 14 All-SEC and 12 All-American athletes in her six-year career in Starkville. A 13-time ASA all-American as a player, she also had 48 of her players named to the SEC academic honor roll during her tenure.

JAY MILLER 2003-11 • 295-253 (.538)

Miller secured NCAA postseason bids in six of his nine seasons in Starkville. He became the Bulldogs’ winningest coach in 2009 after securing his 900th career victory during the 2008 season. Named the United States National Team head coach for the 2009-2012 quadrennium, Miller coached three all-Americans at MSU, with three of his players earning SEC Athlete and SEC Freshman of the Year accolades. In 2008, Miller became just the third Southeastern Conference coach to be inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

Stuedeman made a “Vanntastic” impact in her first season, recording the winningest first year by a head coach in school history. The skipper took the Bulldogs back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in three seasons, tallied the best April in school history (13-2) and also registered the most road wins in a single season in the history of the school.

VANN STUEDEMAN 2012-Present • 33-24 (.579)

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MSU SOFTBALL STADIUM

Located on the north side of the Mississippi State campus since 1997, the MSU Softball Field sits in the heart of Mississippi State’s impressive physical plant. As announced in 2012, the softball facilities will soon undergo a complete upgrade in the next few years, including a brand-new stadium at the current location (rendering above). The stadium is scheduled to host the 2014 SEC Tournament, one of the most prestigous tournaments in all of college softball. This past January, the upstairs interior of the softball complex was completely renovated. The highlight of the renovations is a state of the art team room, complete with the most up to date audio/video setup inside a movie theater-type setting. In February 2012, $60,000 worth of renovations were installed to the current stadium, including new banners on the bleachers and bullpens, as well as new graphics on the foul poles and dugouts. The current facility features a main grandstand area which accommodates more than 750 people. Also included is a press box complete with phone lines and a public address system, an electronic scoreboard and bullpens behind both stepdown dugouts which are complete with restroom facilities for both teams. Hailed as one of the top playing surfaces in the Southeastern Conference, the field stretches 200 feet down the left and right field lines and spans 220 feet to straight-away centerfield. The regulation NCAA Championship field features Mississippi Pride grass - developed by researchers on the Mississippi State campus - making it home to one of the finest playing surfaces in the country. A grounds crew is responsible for the field maintenance of the MSU Softball Field.    With each season, the MSU Softball Field seems to get better and better. On top of the renovations, new stadium plans and brand-new playing surface, the facility added a new, state-of-the-art LED scoreboard in January 2013 that will have future videoboard capabilities. Following the program’s inaugural season in 1997, lights were added to the facility, bringing a much-more enjoyable climate to Bulldog fans as well as visiting fans across the country. In 2000, another facility-improving project was completed as the MSU Softball Field’s dugouts were enhanced with brick, bringing yet another eye-pleasing feature to the facility. In 2001, construction of an additional batting cage, as well as the placing of sidewalks in and around field and spectator areas, were added. Work was completed in the fall of 2005 on a $1 million indoor facility which features a stateof-the-art practice field, as well as a locker room, clubhouse, training room, coaches’ locker rooms and players lounge. In addition, a revamped bullpen area was added just behind the dugout on the third base side of the facility. Following the 2010 season, Mississippi State’s heralded landscaping crew added a contemporary landscaping design between the indoor facility, the only one of its kind in the nation, and the third-base dugout.     Since beginning play at the MSU Softball Field, Mississippi State has posted a 280-136 (.673) overall record and, in 1999, tallied a program-high 21-6 record at home, including a 12-2 mark at home inside the Southeastern Conference. Mississippi State has also shutout its opponent 84 times in front of its home fans ­- 33 times completing the task in abbreviated innings.     The opening game on the newly constructed Mississippi State Softball Field came on Feb. 26, 1997, when Mississippi State hosted visiting Samford University. The Bulldogs opened the park successfully, sweeping Samford 4-0 and 4-0 in a doubleheader witnessed by more than 300 fans that braved the inclement weather.

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TOP-10 CROWDS IN SCHOOL HISTORY

Date 1. April 25, 1998 2. April 1, 1997 3. April 15, 2000 4. May 8, 2010 5. April 21, 2012

Opponent Attendance Ole Miss 1,547 Alabama 1,520 Kentucky 1,017 Alabama 976 Kentucky 889

Date 6. May 2, 2009 7. March 25, 2012 8. April 20, 2002 9. May 9, 2010 10. April 22, 2012

Opponent Attendance Ole Miss 851 Tennessee 813 Alabama 762 Alabama 683 Kentucky 671

MSU SOFTBALL STADIUM RECORDS

AT-BATS By Team 41 - LSU at MSU (April 7, 2000) By Individual 6 - 4x, last by Brittany Mynsberge, Bradley (vs. Jackson State, Feb. 6, 2004)

TRIPLES By Team 6 - MSU v. Alabama A&M (Feb. 20, 2004) By Individual 2 - 7x, last by Ashley Phillips, MSU (vs. Columbia, March 3, 2012)

RUNS By Team 30 - Louisiana Tech vs. Jackson State (Feb. 6, 2004) By Individual 5 - Angela Toures, Bradley (vs. Jackson State, Feb. 6, 2004)

HOME RUNS By Team 3 - 5x, last by MSU vs. Memphis (April 24, 2012) By Individual 2 - 7x, last by Jessica Cooley, MSU (vs. Memphis, April 24, 2012)

HITS By Team 23 - Louisiana Tech vs. Jackson State (Feb. 6, 2004)

WALKS By Team 11 - 3x, last by Bradley vs. Jackson State (Feb. 6, 2004) By Individual 4 - Katie Cooley, MSU (vs. LSU, March 30, 2005)

By Individual 5 - Brittany Mynsberge, Bradley (vs. Jackson State, Feb. 6, 2004) RBI By Team 23 - Bradley v. Jackson State (Feb. 6, 2004) By Individual 7 - Brittany Mynsberge, Bradley (vs. Jackson State, Feb. 6, 2004) DOUBLES By Team 8 - LSU at MSU (April 4, 1998) By Individual 3 - 2x, last by Whitney Cloer, Arkansas (vs. MSU, March 17, 2009)

STRIKEOUTS By Team, Batting 14 - 4x, last by Mississippi Valley State vs. Troy (March 6, 2010) By Individual, Pitching 14 - 4x, last by Ashlyn Williams, Troy (vs. Mississippi Valley State, March 6, 2010) LONGEST REGULATION GAME By Time: 3 :13 - LSU vs. MSU (March 31, 2005)


MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY

Mississippi State is a comprehensive land-grant institution and the largest university in Mississippi, with a statewide enrollment of more than 20,484 students. Established in 1878 as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Mississippi, the university has traditional strengths in engineering and scientific agriculture but has evolved into a comprehensive institution with a diverse array of programs in teaching, research, and service.

ACADEMICS AND STUDENT LIFE Mississippi State students consistently earn honors such as the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship, awarded for those who will enter public service, and, with 16 Truman Scholars to date, the university has been recognized as a Truman Honor Institution. In the past year, a student team competed for and won first place in a national Challenge X competition to redesign a fuel-efficient and environmentally-friendly SUV. Recently initiated programs are providing opportunities to develop leadership potential and global study options. The university’s Global Leadership Continuum provides “cradle-to-CEO” programming designed to develop leadership across a “global” spectrum that begins with high school and continues through the university experience and into professional life. Included are the Young Guns Leadership Camp for rising high school seniors; the Day One Leadership Community for incoming freshmen, focusing on shared academic and service experiences; and the highly competitive Appalachian Leadership Honors Program for sophomores and juniors. To complement these efforts, the university has launched a minor in leadership studies open to students in all majors. A university honor code adopted in 2007 institutionalizes a campus culture of integrity and personal responsibility in academic studies. Through the Global Leadership Program, students may experience significantly expanded study abroad opportunities.

RESEARCH Mississippi State faculty researchers attracted $186.5 million in external funding for 2006-07, up from about $155 million during the previous year. This funding supported 1,691 sponsored projects in 2007. Based on the latest rankings available from the National Science Foundation, MSU ranks seventh in the nation in agricultural sciences research expenditures and 44th in engineering. Last year MSU faculty and staff disclosed 80 new technologies resulting in three new start-up companies, nine licenses, and 22 patent applications. The university now holds 77 patents. In recent years, MSU has established the Thad Cochran Endowment for Entrepreneurship, as well as collaborating with federal agencies and industries to help increase technology-oriented start-up companies. Among the collaborators and sponsors are the U.S. departments of Defense and Energy, NASA, General Electric, Northrop Grumman, EADS/American Eurocopter, Boeing, Raytheon, General Dynamics, Israeli Aerospace Industry, and the Mississippi Technology Alliance. In a key area of economic interest to Mississippi, MSU’s Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems, established in 2001, continues research and development supporting a goal of attracting automotive industries to the state. The center is conducting research in areas that include materials processing, human and systems engineering, alternative power systems, computational manufacturing and design, and advanced learning technologies.

MSU QUICK FACTS

Mississippi State has joined just 16 other universities nationwide as holder of a green light rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. The national civil rights organization’s highest award recognizes free speech protection and a commitment to giving students the best possible education and learning environment. Based in Philadelphia, Pa., FIRE is a nonprofit educational organization of civil rights and civil liberties leaders, scholars, journalists, and public intellectuals from across the political and ideological spectrum. Protections of individual rights, freedom of expression, academic freedom, due process, and rights of conscience at the nation’s colleges and universities are its primary mission. • In 2012, the Mississippi State University Foundation celebrated its 50th anniversary of fundraising to support the land-grant institution. Since its 1962 incorporation, the foundation has raised more than $1 billion. •

Mississippi State University is listed by Forbes magazine among the nation’s 100 Best Buy Colleges.

For the Fall 2011 semester, 51 percent of students were male and 49 percent were female.

Mississippi State’s fall 2012 enrollment was 20,365.

Mississippi State has more than 4,300 employees statewide, including 1,289 faculty members.

The university holds more than 2.1 million volumes in Mitchell Memorial Library and four branch locations.

• Mississippi State awarded more than 3,700 degrees in the 2009-10 academic year. The university offers more than 160 degrees, including 14 master’s degrees in 69 programs, an educational specialist degree in eight programs, and doctoral degrees in 44 programs. •

Seven Mississippi State graduates are presidents of state community colleges.

• About one-fourth of the teachers and administrators in Mississippi public schools hold at least one degree from Mississippi State. •

The Alumni Association has 91 chapters in 14 states and 1 foreign country.

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MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY THE BULLDOG Mississippi State University’s athletic teams are called Bulldogs, a name earned and maintained over the decades by the tough, tenacious play of student-athletes wearing the Maroon and White. The official school mascot is an American Kennel Club registered English Bulldog, given the inherited title of ‘Bully.’ As with most universities, Mississippi State University teams answered to different nicknames through the years. The first squads representing Mississippi A&M College were proud to be called Aggies. When the school officially became Mississippi State College in 1932, the nickname Maroons, for MSU’s uniform color, gained prominence. Bulldogs became the official title for State teams in 1961, not long after State College was granted university status. Yet references to school teams and athletes as Bulldogs actually go back to early in the century, and this nickname was used almost interchangeably with both Aggies and Maroons, since at least 1905. On November 30 of that year, the A&M football team shut out their arch-rivals from the University of Mississippi 11-0 in Jackson, Miss. The campus newspaper, The Reflector, reported: “After the game, filled with that emotion that accompanies every great victory, there was nothing left for the cadets to do but to complete the great victory by showing sympathy for the dead athletic spirit of the University, by having a military funeral parade. “A coffin was secured, decorated with University colors and a bulldog pup placed on top. It was then placed on the shoulders of a dozen cadets, and the procession started down Capitol Street, preceded by the brass band playing a very pathetic funeral march.” Other newspaper reports of the victory commented on the ‘bulldog’ style of play by the A&M eleven, and the Bulldog was soon publicly accepted as a school athletic symbol. Accounts of a 1926 pep rally in Meridian, Miss., had another bulldog parading with students. Use as an official game mascot began in 1935 when coach Major Ralph Sasse, on ‘orders’ from his team, went to Memphis, Tenn., to select a bulldog. Ptolemy, a gift of the Edgar Webster family, was chosen and the Bulldogs promptly defeated Alabama 20-7. A litter-mate of Ptolemy became the first mascot called ‘Bully’ shortly after Sasse’s team beat mighty Army 13-7 at West Point that same year - perhaps the greatest victory in MSU football history. But Bully I earned other fame the hard way, in 1939 when a campus bus cut short his career. Days of campus mourning followed, as Bully lay in state in a glass coffin. A half-mile funeral procession accompanied by the Famous Maroon Band and three ROTC battalions went to Scott Field where Bully was buried under the bench at the 50-yard line. Even Life magazine covered the event. Other Bullys have since been buried by campus dorms, fraternity houses, and also at the football stadium. For years Bully was a target for kidnappers, the last incident occurring prior to the 1974 State-Ole Miss game. The Bulldog team won anyway, 31-13. While early Bullys once roamed campus freely or lived in fraternities, today the official university mascot is housed at the School of Veterinary Medicine when not on duty at State home football games. For all their fierce appearance and reputation, today’s mascot bulldogs are good-natured, friendly animals and favorites with children. A student wearing a Bulldog suit, also answering to Bully, is part of the MSU cheerleading team and assists in stirring up State spirit at games and pep rallies.

THE COWBELL The most unique and certainly the most resounding symbol of Mississippi State University tradition is the cowbell. Despite decades of attempts by opponents and authorities to banish it from scenes of competition, diehard State fans still celebrate Bulldog victories loudly and proudly with the distinctive sound of ringing cowbells. The precise origin of the cowbell as a fixture of Mississippi State sports tradition remains unclear to this day. The best records have cowbells gradually introduced to the MSU sports scene in the late 1930s and early 1940s, coinciding with the ‘golden age’ of Mississippi State football success prior to World War II. The most popular legend is that during a home football game between State and arch-rival Ole Miss, a jersey cow wandered onto the playing field. Mississippi State soundly whipped the Rebels that Saturday, and State College students immediately adopted the cow as a good luck charm. Students are said to have continued bringing a cow to football games for a while, until the practice was eventually discontinued in favor of bringing just the cow’s bell. Whatever the origin, it is certain by the 1950s cowbells were common at MSU games, and by the 1960s were established as the special symbol of MSU. Ironically, the cowbell’s popularity grew most rapidly during the long years when State football teams were rarely successful. Flaunting this anachronism from the ‘aggie’ days was a proud response by students and alumni to outsider scorn of the university’s ‘cow college’ history. In the 1960s two MSU professors, Earl W. Terrell and Ralph L. Reeves, obliged some students by welding handles on the bells so they could be rung with more convenience and authority. By 1963 the demand for these long-handled cowbells could not be filled by home workshops alone. So, at the suggestion of Reeves, the Student Association bought bells in bulk and the Industrial Education Club agreed to weld on handles. In 1964, the MSU Bookstore began marketing these cowbells with a portion of profits returning to these student organizations. Today many styles of cowbells are available on campus and around Starkville, with the top-of-the-line being a heavy chrome-plated model with a full Bulldog figurine handle. But experts insist the best and loudest results are produced by a classic long-handled, bicycle-grip bell made of thinner and tightly-welded shells. Cowbells decorate offices and homes of Mississippi State alumni, and are passed down through generations of Bulldog fans. But they are not heard at Southeastern Conference games - not legally, at least - since the 1974 adoption of a conference rule against ‘artificial noisemakers’ at football and basketball games. On a 9-1 vote, SEC schools ruled cowbells a disruption and banned them. This has done little harm to the cowbell’s popularity, however, or to prevent cowbells from being heard outside stadiums in which the Bulldogs are playing. They can still be heard at non-conference football contests, as well as other sporting events on campus. And bold Bulldog fans still risk confiscation for the privilege of keeping a unique Mississippi State tradition alive and ringing at SEC affairs.

MAROON & WHITE Maroon and White are the distinctive colors of Mississippi State University athletic teams, dating back over a century to the very first football game ever played by the school’s student-athletes. On November 15, 1895, the first Mississippi A&M football team was preparing for a road trip to Jackson, Tenn., to play Southern Baptist University (now called Union University) the following day. Since every college was supposed to have its own uniform colors, the A&M student body requested that the school’s team select a suitable combination. Considering this choice to be an honor, the inaugural State team gave the privilege to team captain W.M. Matthews. Accounts report that without hesitation Matthews chose Maroon and White. In the 112 years since, every Mississippi State athlete has donned the Maroon and White in some sort of combination. Often a shade of gray has been added to the scheme, such as for the numerals. Briefly in the 1980s, the men’s and women’s basketball teams wore all-gray uniforms with maroon and white trim, while football has at times sported silver game pants, and baseball will often wear all gray road outfits. Only once has an MSU team appeared in any other color combination. In 1938, football coach Spike Nelson secretly had cardinal and gold uniforms made for State, a selection that did not sit well with the team or the college at the first game. Neither the uniforms nor Nelson were back for the next season.

MSU ALMA MATER

HAIL STATE

In the heart of Mississippi, Made by none but God’s own hands, Stately in her natural splendor, Our Alma Mater proudly stands. Mississippi State, we love you; Fondest memories cling to thee, Life shall bear thy spirit ever; Loyal friends we’ll always be.

Hail dear ole State! Fight for that victory today. Hit that line and tote that ball, Cross the goal before you fall! And then we’ll yell, yell, yell, yell! For dear ole State we’ll yell like H-E-L-L! Fight for Mis-sis-sip-pi State. Win the game today!

CHORUS: Maroon and White! Maroon and White! Of thee with joy we sing; Thy colors bright, our souls delight; With praise our voices ring.

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SCHOOL LEADERS UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS SCOTT STRICKLIN

DR. MARK MS Dr. Mark Everett Keenum became Mississippi State’s 19th president Jan. 5, 2009, following a distinguished public service career. Despite difficult economic times, Dr. Keenum has guided Mississippi State to new heights. His quick action to address budget shortfalls put the university in position to meet those challenges and maintain the highest level of academic excellence. The university has experienced record enrollment growth, which includes students with the highest ACT average of any university in our state. Increased enrollment has also spurred new construction on campus, with two new residence halls completed and opened this August. The Mize Pavilion, a state-of-the-art basketball practice facility, was dedicated in 2011. Plans in the immediate future include construction of another new residence hall, a new classroom building and renovation of historic Lee Hall. The Leo W. Seal Jr. Football Complex will be completed in early 2013, and bids were accepted this summer to expand Davis Wade Stadium, a project expected to be completed by August 2014. Since 2009, fundraising has reached all-time record levels. Giving by alumni and friends has surpassed $290 million over that period, including the highly successful StatePride initiative that is providing scholarships for students and support for MSU faculty. Dr. Keenum has also been instrumental in expanding the MSU Promise Program, which provides need-based scholarship assistance to Mississippi students whose families have limited financial means. Through the Sonny Montgomery Center for America’s Veterans, he has also led initiatives to make Mississippi State one of the most veteran-friendly universities in the nation. Mississippi State has strengthened its role as the flagship research university in the state. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching classified MSU as a university with “very high research activity,” the only such designation in Mississippi. Dr. Keenum travels frequently to Washington, D.C., meeting with Congressional leaders and federal agency heads to pursue research opportunities and broaden the university’s influence on the national level. He has also worked closely with the governor, lieutenant governor and Mississippi Legislature in support of higher education in our state. A graduate of Mississippi State University with degrees in agricultural economics, Dr. Keenum began his career at MSU as a faculty member with the Extension Service and the Department of Agricultural Economics. He went on to serve as chief of staff to U.S. Senator Thad Cochran in Washington, D.C. and was Under Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture prior to returning home to Mississippi State. He graduated from Corinth (Miss.) High School and earned an associate of arts degree from Northeast Mississippi Community College in Booneville and was a member of the Northeast Tigers football team. Dr. Keenum is married to the former Rhonda Newman of Booneville, also an MSU graduate. They have four children: Rett, Mary Phillips, Katie and Torie.

Using more than two decades of intercollegiate experience in communications, development and marketing, Scott Stricklin has built a wave of momentum within the Mississippi State fan base during his tenure as the director of athletics. From his first day on the job as Mississippi State’s Athletic Director in May 2010, Stricklin, integrating the department’s three foundations of focus on student-athletes, possessing great integrity and aggressively promoting Mississippi State University, has overseen a stretch in which the Bulldogs enjoyed both on and off the field successes unparalleled in more than a decade. On the field, the Bulldog football team has appeared in three-straight bowl games for the second time in 113 years of the program and has claimed three Egg Bowl wins in the last four season. The men’s tennis team claimed the Southeastern Conference Western Division title in both 2011 and 2012. Baseball reached postseason each of the past two seasons with softball advancing to the NCAA Tournament in 2012 as well. Mississippi State’s men and women athletes finished the 2011 fall semester with an aggregate 3.01 grade point average, the highest single semester grade point average in school history. Thirteen of MSU’s 16 varsity sports surpassed the 3.00 grade point mark. Bulldog student-athletes again excelled in the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate, with all 16 sports far exceeding the minimum standard. Stricklin has overseen record fundraising for Bulldog Athletics, which has produced new facilities such as the $11.7 million Mize Pavilion at Humphrey Coliseum, a new $20 million football practice and training complex as well as future expansion and upgrades to Davis Wade Stadium. The Bulldog Club has solicited gifts totaling more than $20 million for the football facility, including a record $12 million gift from the Seal Family Foundation. The Bulldog Club has initiated the most ambitious fundraising drive in the athletic department’s history – an initiative called “Today, Tomorrow, Forever” – to generate funding for new construction and upgrades to existing facilities. Supporters are responding at the turnstiles as well. In 2010, Mississippi State fans packed Davis Wade Stadium for every game, buying all available season tickets for the first time in school history. Capacity crowds have become the norm as 23-consecutive home games have been sold out, and the school has created a waiting list that has topped 1,000 requests for season ticket purchases. Stricklin certainly wasn’t a stranger to the Bulldog family or college athletics when he took over the reins at State. A 1992 graduate of Mississippi State, the Jackson, Miss., native’s resume is highlighted by 23 years of experience on the collegiate level in various capacities at five different universities. In the two years prior to becoming athletic director, he served as Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs at his alma mater, overseeing fundraising, football and men’s basketball scheduling, managing MSU’s all-sport agreement with adidas, facility planning, and serving as the administrative sport liaison for men’s basketball and softball. It was those types of day-to-day tasks that prepared the personable Stricklin to take over the top seat in the Mississippi State athletic department. Yet it’s a journey that started during his formative days as a dedicated and tireless worker in the Mississippi State media relations department that’s led to his highly-respected career coming full circle. Prior to graduating, Stricklin’s stint in the MSU media relations office included three seasons (1990-92) as the media contact for the nationally-renown baseball program. Upon graduation, he was named assistant media relations director at his alma mater. He continued his climb up the ladder of success when he was named Associate Media Relations Director at Auburn, where he served from 1993-98. In 1998, Stricklin left Auburn to become Assistant Athletics Director at Tulane, where he served as the primary media contact for the Green Wave’s 1998 12-0 football team. Next came a four-year run in the Big 12 Conference at Baylor (19992003) as Assistant AD for Communications and Marketing. In 2003, Stricklin returned to the Southeastern Conference at Kentucky and spent five seasons as the Associate AD for Media Relations, where he oversaw the day-to-day publicity of the tradition-rich Wildcat basketball program. It was his last stop before returning to Mississippi State in the spring of 2008. Stricklin, 43, is married to the former Anne Howell, the youngest daughter of Basketball Hall of Fame member Bailey Howell. The couple has two daughters, Abby and Sophie.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2009-Present: University President , Mississippi State University 2006-2008: U.S. Under Secretary, Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services, Washington, D.C. 1997-2006: Adjunct Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University 1996-2006: Chief of Staff U.S. Senator Thad Cochran 1989-1996: Legislative Assistant, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Senator Thad Cochran 1987-1988: Assistant Professor/Economist, Department of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University 1988: Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University 1986: Research Associate, Mississippi Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station, Mississippi State University 1984: Marketing Specialist, Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service, Mississippi State University 1983-84: M.A. Degree in Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University 1983-84: Teaching/Research Assistant, Deptartment of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University

PERSONAL INFORMATION Birthplace: Starkville, Miss. Hometown: Corinth, Miss.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2010-Present: Director of Athletics, Mississippi State University 2008-2010: Senior Associate AD/External Affairs, Mississippi State University 2003-2007: Associate AD/Media Relations, University of Kentucky 1999-2003: Assistant AD/Communications and Marketing, Baylor University 1998: Assistant Athletic Director/Media Relations, Tulane University 1993-1998: Associate Media Relations Director, Auburn University 1990-1992: Assistant Media Relations Director, Mississippi State University

PERSONAL INFORMATION Birthplace: Jackson, Miss. Hometown: Jackson, Miss.

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TEMPLETON ACADEMIC CENTER

The Shira Athletic Complex received its second neighborhood addition in the past four years on Nov. 1, 2008, when the Templeton Athletic Academic Center was officially dedicated. Mississippi State’s student-athletes have enjoyed outstanding success in the classroom, and the $10 million facility provides state-of-the-art amenities that will help the Bulldogs continue that success while reaching new levels. The Templeton Athletic Academic Center includes a large computer lab and individual computer rooms and work stations that will allow student-athletes access to a computer at their convenience. The building also houses academic counselor offices, large study areas, resource rooms, conference rooms and tutor rooms that will allow MSU’s academic staff the most efficient way to interact with student-athletes. The two biggest areas of State’s newest facility are a 300-seat dining room and a large foyer that captures many of the team highlights and individual greats that have encompassed Mississippi State’s rich athletic history. Perhaps the greatest attribute of the Templeton Athletic Academic Center is the location. Situated adjacent to the Shira Complex and Holliman Athletic Center, the facility stands in the heart of MSU’s athletic facilities. The structure is named for Larry Templeton, who served as Mississippi State’s director of athletics from 1987-2008. Under his leadership, MState accomplished many great athletic feats. The football team reached six postseason bowl games, the men’s basketball squad reached the Final Four and the baseball team went to the NCAA College World Series three times. State teams also claimed five Southeastern Conference championships under his guidance and advanced to NCAA championship play

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29 times. The Bulldog softball team made seven of those trips in a nine-year stretch. With all of the on-field accomplishments under Templeton’s watch, State enjoyed even more success in the classroom. During the 2005-06 academic year, MSU’s men and women athletes posted the highest combined grade-point average ever recorded in the 18 years of tracking student-athlete grades. The new facility has helped continue the Mississippi State softball program’s classroom success. During the fall of 2011, a school record and SEC-best 11 members of the 2011 Mississippi State softball team were named 2010-11 All-America Scholar Athletes, racking up the highest GPA of any female athletic team on campus for the fifth-straight semester. This past December, nine Bulldogs earned the honor. State’s 2010 squad had a school-record six freshmen named Academic All-SEC, and the nine selections among upperclassmen put MSU atop the SEC with 129 honorees going back to 1999. Four-time NFCA All-American Chelsea Bramlett capped her career by joining former Bulldog Kate Jaspers (2004) in receiving ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica of the Year laurels. Going back to the 2000 season, the Bulldogs have had five players named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American a collective eight times. The 2008 Bulldogs matched the 2010 team for the top NFCA All-America ScholarAthlete mark en route to claiming the eighth-highest grade-point average in the nation that year.


SEC SOFTBALL THE SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Setting the Standard in Intercollegiate Softball

SEC Softball will celebrate its 17th year of existence in 2013 and has established itself as one of the leading conferences in the sport. The Southeastern Conference qualified nine teams for the 2012 NCAA Tournament - Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State and Tennessee, as the conference made its 15th overall and 10th consecutive, Women’s College World Series appearance. The Alabama Crimson Tide received the No. 2 national seed for the second year in a row while Florida (No. 5), Tennessee (No. 7) and Georgia (No. 10) also earned national seeds. The SEC advanced three teams to Oklahoma City: Alabama, LSU and Tennessee. Alabama claimed the first national championship in SEC history when it downed Oklahoma, 5-4, on June 7 for the WCWS title. The Tide also won the 2012 regular season title with a 23-5 SEC mark and took home the tournament championship after going undefeated in Tuscaloosa May 10-12. Alabama posted a 60-8 overall record and Jackie Traina earned SEC Pitcher of the Year honors. Florida’s Michelle Moultrie was named SEC Player of the Year while Arkansas’ Devon Wallace earned SEC Freshman of the Year accolades. Jennifer Fenton (Alabama) and Brittany Mack (LSU) were selected as Co-Scholar-Athletes of the Year while Coach of the Year honors went to Patrick Murphy of Alabama. Softball came under the auspices of the Southeastern Conference in the 1996-97 season. Since that time, 10 different conference teams have made appearances in the NCAA Championship, including six teams earning Women’s College World Series berths - one by South Carolina in the inaugural season, Alabama in 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012, Florida in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, Georgia in 2009 and 2010, LSU in 2001, 2004 and 2012 and Tennessee in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2012. Eight teams (Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina and Tennessee) have made Top 25 appearances and six teams have climbed into the Top 10 (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, South Carolina and Tennessee) of the NFCA/USA Today Poll. At least one SEC team has been ranked in the poll each week since the inception of SEC Softball. South Carolina is the longest standing program of the league with a rich history in softball dating back 37 seasons. The Gamecocks have made 15 NCAA Regional and three Women’s College World Series appearances. Mississippi State played softball for five seasons during the 1980’s before resuming the sport when it was added to the SEC. Tennessee added softball in 1995-96, one year before its inception in the SEC. Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU and Ole Miss began softball programs in 1996-97 to give the league 11 representatives (Vanderbilt does not sponsor softball). The 1999 season was the first in which the conference was eligible for an automatic berth to the NCAA Championships. As the sport continues to grow in competitiveness and popularity, the SEC has had six different regular season champions and five different conference tournament champions.

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SEC DOMINANCE BY THE NUMBERS • 87 NCAA Regional Appearances • 29 NCAA Super Regional Appearances • 23 Women’s College World Series Appearances • 288 NCAA Wins (includes Regional, Super Regional and WCWS) • The SEC earned four national seeds in the 2012 NCAA Tournament • Alabama claimed the first national championship in SEC history when it downed Oklahoma, 5-4, on June 7, 2012 for the WCWS title • Since 2007, the SEC has had at least one team in the semifinals or the Championship Series, four of the last five years •10 different SEC teams have played in the NCAA Softball Championships • SEC teams have been ranked in every NFCA/USA Today poll since the inception of SEC softball • For the third consecutive season, SEC attendance reached the 200K mark! More than 287,424 fans attended SEC home softball games in 2012. Alabama led the league in average attendance with 2,474 per date, 91,451 total • At the 2012 SEC Softball Tournament, the total attendance was 10,044, the largest total in tournament history • Four SEC teams were ranked top-10 in both final polls: No. 1 Alabama, No. 6/7 Tennessee, No. 7/6 LSU and No. 10 Georgia. Five teams overall made the final Top 25 polls • In 2012, five SEC student-athletes were named NFCA First-Team AllAmericans. Overall, 13 players were named to first, second and third teams combined • The SEC has earned 151 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America honors since 1997. 62 First-Team selections, 54 Second-Team selections, 35 Third-Team selections • The SEC had 27 student-athletes named to the 2012 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Region teams. 20 were named First-Team and seven were named Second- Team • The SEC had 14 student-athletes named to the 2012 Capital One Academic All-District teams • In 2012, the SEC had seven named to Capital One Academic All-America Teams including two on the First Team: Kayla Braud (Alabama) and Raven Chavanne (Tennessee) • In 2011, the SEC had a record nine national Player of the Week honors by nine different players • Florida’s Kelsey Bruder was named the 2011 Honda Sports Award winner for softball. This award is given to the top collegiate female athlete in the sport • LSU leads the way with five regular season crowns, five tournament titles and eight division championships

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THE COMMUNITY’S TEAM

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On Oct. 2, 2011, Chrissie Rovtar (pictured) and the rest of the team performed a free clinic in Flora, Miss., teaching young girls the art of playing softball.

Jessica Cooley (pictured) and the squad signed autographs and conducted a free softball clinic following their Oct. 16, 2011, exhibition contest in Tupelo, Miss.

(L-R) Stephanie Becker, Shana Sherrod, Heidi Shape and Shelby Fisher and the rest of the team ran the inaugural Nick Bell 3.6 Mile Run to raise money for the Nick Bell Mentoring Memorial Foundation, honoring the late football player.

(L-R) Head Coach Vann Stuedeman, Director of Athletics Scott Stricklin, Assistant Coach Beth Mullins and Assistant Coach Alan Reach also participated in the Nick Bell 3.6 Mile Run to raise money for the foundation.

A young child in fourth grade at Starkville’s East Oktibbeha County Elementary School celebrates the Christmas gifts of a new hat and a Dan Mullen signed football given to him by the MSU softball team on Dec. 6, 2011.

A fourth grade student at Starkville’s East Oktibbeha County Elementary School rejoices with Heidi Shape (pictured) after receiving his new batting gloves and a new MSU softball hat on Dec. 6, 2011.


THE COMMUNITY’S TEAM

Members of the Maroon and White spoke at Henderson Ward Stewart Elementary School in Starkville Feb. 1, 2012, to promote doing well in school and the importance of reading.

Sam Lenahan (pictured) and the team celebrated National Girls and Women in Sports Day at the MSU women’s basketball game on Feb. 5, 2012, by playing games with young girls like bean bag toss.

Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman (middle) joined Head Coach Vann Stuedeman (left), Sam Lenahan (right) and the rest of the softball squad to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at MSU’s 2012 home opener on Feb. 17, 2012.

Former MSU All-SEC running back and current Indianapolis Colts star Vick Ballard (pictured) tossed the ceremonial first pitch at the first game of the 2012 Bulldog Classic.

On April 9, 2012, Jessica Offutt (pictured) and members of the softball team conducted a free clinic for Starkville girls at the Starkville Sports Complex.

Shelby Fisher (pictured) and the rest of the squad teamed up with rival Ole Miss to donate toys to the Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis prior to their game in Oxford on April 14, 2012.

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After a tornado completely devastated parts of Tuscaloosa, Ala., MSU spent their practice day at the 2012 SEC Tournament on May 9, 2012, volunteering with the Tuscaloosa Area Volunteer Reception Center.

Alison Owen (pictured) and the rest of the squad picked up tornado debris for the Tuscaloosa neighborhood of Alberta for more than three hours on May 9, 2012.

Following every home game, the Maroon and White run into the stands and along the outfield wall to thank each Mississippi State fan for attending the dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game.

After a big win at the MSU Softball Stadium in 2012, Jessica Offutt (left) and Kylie Vry (right) posed with five members of the MSU Pup Club, which serves as the fan club for the softball team for young girls.

Shana Sherrod (pictured) shares a special moment with a young Bulldog softball fan following a triumphant victory at the Dawg Diamond in 2012.

After each Saturday home game, members of the team like Erin Nesbit (pictured) sign autographs and take pictures with all of their fans.


THE COMMUNITY’S TEAM

Hundreds of children line up after each Saturday home game for a chance to meet the players, get their picture taken with their favorite Bulldog and get their MSU softball shirts autographed.

Jessica Offutt (left) and Rachael Zdeb (right) hung out with members of the MSU student body during softball’s official NCAA Selection Show Watch Party at Buffalo Wild Wings in Starkville on May 13, 2012.

Rachael Zdeb (left) and Sam Lenahan (right) joined several other members of the team on Aug. 16, 2012, to help build a home for Starkville’s Habitat for Humanity.

Rachael Zdeb (left) and Jessica Offutt (right) were part of a group of softball players that attended Starkville’s annual PumpkinPalooza Halloween event and handed out free candy downtown on Oct. 12, 2012.

Head Coach Vann Stuedeman (pictured) signs an autograph in The Junction prior to a MSU football game. Every year, Stuedeman and her team signs autographs and performs a pitching expo before a home football contest.

On Dec. 6, 2012, the Bulldogs took several children from Starkville’s East Oktibbeha County Elementary to the local Wal-Mart and bought them several Christmas gifts, teaching the students math and fiscal management.

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MEDIA COVERAGE BELOW: Erin Nesbit (right) films an episode of Meet Your Bulldogs for HailStateTV.

COVERAGE OF MSU SOFTBALL Several statewide media organizations are dedicated to covering the Mississippi State softball program and Bulldog athletics on a daily basis. Whether it’s newspaper, television or internet outlets, the team is constantly surrounded by media attention. On the newspaper side, three papers employ beat writers for softball only: the hometown Starkville Daily News, the Commercial Dispatch that serves Columbus, Miss., as well as Lowndes County and The Reflector, the student newspaper at Mississippi State. Other state newspapers that cover the Maroon and White include The Clarion Ledger in Jackson, The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal based out of Tupelo and The Meridian Star.

ABOVE: Front page of the Starkville Daily News Sports Section from April 23, 2012. Online, several websites are constantly reporting about MSU athletics as well as the softball squad. Bulldawgs247 represents 247Sports.com, GenesPage.com is a MSU affiliate of Fox Sports NEXT and BulldogBlitz.com represents Rivals.com’s collegiate athletic coverage. In addition to outside media outlets, HailState.com and its television network, HailStateTV, also cover Head Coach Vann Stuedeman’s squad on a fulltime basis. Play-by-play man Anthony Craven will broadcast over 35 games in audio for the 2013 season, while all 24 home games will be televised on HailStateTV at HailState.com. Moreover, HailStateTV will run periodic features on the team, players and coaching staff at HailState.com and the official YouTube channel of Mississippi State athletics, YouTube.com/HailState. BELOW: Head Coach Vann Stuedeman is surrounded by print and television media following MSU’s selection to the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

ABOVE: Front page of the Commercial Dispatch from Feb. 9, 2012.

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ABOVE: Ka’ili Smith (left) and Head Coach Vann Stuedeman (right) pose for a photo following their press conference at the 2012 NCAA Eugene Regional.

ABOVE: Front page of The Reflector from Feb. 7, 2012.

ABOVE: Head Coach Vann Stuedeman addresses a group of reporters at 2013 MSU Softball Media Day.

ABOVE: (L-R), Head Coach Vann Stuedeman, Ka’ili Smith and Jessica Cooley address the media following their game at the 2012 SEC Tournament.

ABOVE: Head Coach Vann Stuedeman speaks with MSU Softball radio announcer Anthony Craven on HailStateTV following MSU’s walk-off win vs. Kentucky.

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RIGHT: Head Coach Vann Stuedeman and Stephanie Becker (far right) meet with the ESPN broadcast crew of (L-R) Holly Rowe, Jessica Mendoza, Beth Mowins and Michelle Smith.

ABOVE: Stephanie Becker appears on an I-59 billboard entering the state of Mississippi.

ABOVE: Head Coach Vann Stuedeman (center) provided analysis for ESPN’s coverage of the 2012 Super Regionals with Dari Nowkhah (L) and Charlotte Morgan (R).

ABOVE: Feature Story in the March 2013 FoxSportsNEXT’s Dawgs Bite Magazine.

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ABOVE: Head Coach Vann Stuedeman is interviewed by James Carskadon of The Reflector.


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2013 Mississippi State Softball Media Guide