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NO. NAME

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B/T

HT.

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

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So.

R/R

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King of Prussia, Pa./Upper Merion Area

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Jordan Haines

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Kate Wacyk

UT

So.

R/R

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Sellersville, Pa./Pennridge

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Naomi Mitchell

OF

Fr.

R/R

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Providence, R.I./Maimonides School

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Genevieve Morneau-Vaillancourt SS

Fr.

R/R

5-6

Quebec City, Quebec/Cardinal-Roy

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Amber Andrews

2B

Fr.

R/R

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Greenwood, Del./Milford Senior

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Melani Maxwell

INF

So.

R/R

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Bethpage, N.Y./West Babylon

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Shannon Simpkins

OF

Jr.

S/R

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Milville, N.J./Sacred Heart

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Erica Phelps

OF

Jr.

R/R

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West Chester, Pa./West Chester East

20 Siera Sheehan

P

Jr.

R/R

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Binghamton, N.Y./Chenango Valley

22 Kaitlyn Meade

P

Fr.

R/R

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Setauket, N.Y./Ward Melville

23 Kimberly Eisen

OF

Fr.

R/R

5-3

Eatontown, N.J./Monmouth Regional

24 Chelsey Mooney

1B

Fr.

L/L

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Corona, Calif./Corona

27 Lauren Kamena

OF

Sr.

R/R

5-7

Nesconset, N.Y./Smithtown

33 Nicole Springer

P

So.

L/R

5-7

New Britain, Conn./Kingswood Oxford

HEAD COACH: Diana Consolmagno (Wisconsin ‘04) - First Season ASSISTANT COACH: Sarah Kalka (Rutgers ‘09) - First Season


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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

2011 Softball Roster......................................IFC

Name .............................................................................. University of Hartford Location............................................................................ West Hartford, Conn. Founded.................................................................................................... 1877 Enrollment................................................................................................4,694 President................................................................................... Walter Harrison Director of Athletics................................................................ Patricia H. Meiser Nickname................................................................................................Hawks Colors ....................................................................................Scarlet and White Affiliation.................................................................................. NCAA Division I Conference..................................................................................... America East Home Stadium................................................... Hartford Softball Field (1,000) Field Surface............................................................................................ A-Turf

Contents......................................................................1 Quick Facts.................................................................... 1 Coaching Staff Head Coach Diana Consolmagno........................2 Assistant Softball Coaches....................................4 2011 Season Preview............................................... 6. 2011 Player Profiles................................................10 2011 Roster Breakdown................................ 32 2010 Softball Results/Statistics...................... 33 America East Conference............................... 34

2011 SOFTBALL COACHING INFORMATION

Hartford Athletics................................................ 46

Head Coach................................................... Diana Consolmagno (First Season) Alma Mater...................................................................................Wisconsin ’04 Phone ......................................................................................... 860.768.5203 E-mail ........................................................................Consolmag@hartford.edu Record at Hartford/Years................................................................... 0-0/None Overall Record/Years......................................................................... 0-0/None Assistant Coach.........................................................Sarah Kalka (First Season) Alma Mater.......................................................................................Rutgers ’09 Phone ......................................................................................... 860.768.7786 E-mail ................................................................................Kalka@hartford.edu Assistant Coach ..................................................... Christina Yard (First Season) Alma Mater.......................................................................................Rutgers ’09

Softball Facilities.................................................. 48

2011 SOFTBALL TEAM INFORMATION

Strength & Conditioning..................................... 50.

Softball Season Records.........................................60

2010 Overall Record............................................................................... 16-24 2010 Conference Record/Finish...................................................3-14/Seventh Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................................................................8/7 Positional Starters Returning/Lost................................................................3/5 Pitchers Returning/Lost................................................................................2/1 Newcomers......................................................................................................6

Softball Career Records..........................................61

HARTFORD SPORTS INFORMATION

All-Time Softball Letterwinners..................... 62

Softball Contact................................................................................Sarah Cote Cote’s Office................................................................................ 860.768.5110 Cote’s Cell................................................................................... 860.212.6730 Cote’s E-mail........................................................................Cote@hartford.edu SID Fax....................................................................................... 860.768.4068 Website........................................................................www.HartfordHawks.com

2010 America East Season in Review..............36 2010 America East Statistics................................37 University of Hartford University Profile.................................................. 38 Hartford and The Region.................................... 40 President Walter Harrison.................................. 42 Director of Athletics Patricia H. Meiser............................................ 44

Sports Medicine.................................................... 52 All-Time Records vs. Opponents................... 54 Year-by-Year Results...............................................55

All-Time Coaching Results....................................64 2011 Softball Schedule..................... Back Cover Credits: The 2011 University of Hartford Softball Media Guide is a production of the Hartford Sports Information Office. It was designed and written by Sarah Cote, Assistant Director of Athletic Communicatinos. Editorial assistance was provided by Dan Ruede and the coaching staff. Photography was provided by Steve McLaughlin, GSPetro/pixgsp, Jason Lambert, the Greater Hartford Convention and Vistor’s Bureau and the Hartford Sports Information Archives.

Department of Athletics Mission Statement The mission of the University of Hartford Athletics Department is to enhance the educational and personal development of all students by providing equitable intercollegiate, intramural, and recreational athletic opportunities in an environment that promotes excellence and wellness. We value academic achievement as the primary measure of a successful student-athlete and integrity as the hallmark of a successful program.

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diana consolmagno head coach first Season •

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also like to thank Rutgers for providing me with the experience irector of Athletics Pa- and tools I need to coach at the top level.” tricia H. Meiser named Diana Consolmagno the seventh In Consolmagno’s four seasons at Rutgers, she was instrumencoach in the 33-year history tal in significantly improving the Scarlet Knights’ win percentof the University of Hartford age. During her tenure, she helped the Scarlet Knights post an softball program in June of overall record of 90-130 and led the team to its first Big East 2010. Consolmagno makes Conference Tournament appearance in 2010. A former college her debut as a Division I col- shortstop, third baseman and outfielder, she assisted with the legiate head coach after Scarlet Knights’ outfielders and also served as the squad’s hitspending four seasons as an ting coach, base path coach and the conditioning coach. In adassistant softball coach at dition, Consolmagno provided support as the Scarlet Knights’ Rutgers University where she fundraising coordinator and film technician while overseeing was a member of Jay Nel- recruiting operations and camps/clinics. son’s coaching staff.

“Diana has all of the qualities it takes to be a highly successful head coach,” Nelson stated. “She not only coaches the athletes but mentors them in both softball and life skills. There is no doubt that she will foster an atmosphere of success both on the field and in the classroom. There is no doubt that the University of Hartford has found a gem to direct the success of its softball program.”

“We are pleased to have Diana join the Hartford Hawks family,” stated Meiser. “Her demonstrated leadership will be an inspiration to our student athletes. Diana’s recruiting experience at Rutgers will allow her to hit the ground running during the crucial summer recruiting season. She will bring with her an intense level of energy and enthusiasm that we hope our student athletes will mirror. We look forward to seeing Diana’s success Consolmagno arrived at Rutgers by way of the College of Staton the field.” en Island, where she was a graduate assist from 2004-06. Con“I would first like to thank Pat Meiser and the Hartford staff for solmagno served as the hitting, outfield, and strength and conthis wonderful opportunity,” exclaimed Consolmagno. “I would ditioning coach throughout her two seasons with the Dolphins.

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During her tenure, Staten Island reached two CUNY champion- “I am very excited to be a part of the Hartford family,” Conships and qualified for a pair of NCAA Division III Tournaments. solmagno continued. “My first goal will be to instill Hawk pride into our program. I will focus on creating a winning tradition Consolmagno enjoyed a standout collegiate career as a four- by encouraging a positive atmostphere where Hartford softball year captain at the University of Wisconsin and a member of players will have the ability to excel on and off of the field.” several successful Badger teams. She took Wisconsin to twostraight NCAA Tournament appearances in 2001 and 2002 Consolmagno received her Bachelor of Science degree in human while helping the team to its best finish in the Big Ten Conference. ecology-child development and family studies from the UniverConsolmagno also received numerous awards and honors dur- sity of Wisconsin in 2004. In August of 2006, she earned her ing her collegiate career. She earned the Badger Pride Award master’s degree in special education from the College of Staten and the Coaches Award, and was deemed the Most Inspirational Island. Player as well as the Freshman of the Year. Consolmagno has three younger siblings, a sister, Maria and two Consolmagno also adds a wealth of experience working with brothers, Michael and Francis. Michael played baseball at the various camps, clinics and travel organizations to her coaching University of South Florida while Francis was a member of the resume. Consolmagno was a hitting, fielding, and strength and football team at the University of Delaware. conditioning instructor at Jim Agnello’s Baseball Academy and Zoned Academy where she worked with players on their hitting skills and organized group clinics. She has also coached teams in the New York Panthers Travel Softball Organization for more than six years, and served as an instructor and speaker in Michele Smith’s Rise Ball Camps and NJSAA Coaches Clinics. “I am super excited for Diana and the University of Hartford,” commented Smith. “She is going to do a great job. Diana is a quality person and coach, and I know she is going to make a big difference.” In addition to her collegiate playing career, Consolmagno was a four-year member of the NY/NJ Beach Girls Gold Travel Organization where she was a Gold Nationals participant. She also played in the University of Hawaii Invitational Softball Tournament where she was named to the All-Tournament Team.

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sarah kalka ASSISTANT coach first Season •

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In the classroom, Kalka landed a spot on the Big East All-Academic Team during all four seasons at Rutgers. A 2009 graduate, Kalka was a double major, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and psychology.

niversity of Hartford softball coach Diana Consolmagno has announced the hiring of Sarah Kalka as a fulltime assistant coach. Kalka arrived at Hartford by way of County College of Morris where she was hired as the squad’s Kalka is a graduate assistant coach and strength and conditioning coach. of Rutgers University During her tenure at County College of Morris, where she enjoyed a Kalka helped pilot the Titans to a program-best standout collegiate ca- 40-win season in 2010 while leading the team to reer as a four-year member of the Scarlet Knights’ the Region XIX finals. softball team. A shortstop, Kalka took home Big East First Team honors in 2007 and was also named to In addition, Kalka has experience with Zoned Sports the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Northeast Region Academy as a hitting and fielding instructor and also Second Team and to the ECAC Division I All-Star worked the Rutgers Softball Camps from 2007-09. Team that year. Kalka captained the Scarlet Knights in 2008 and 2009 and graduated as the program’s all-time leader in home runs, slugging 21 bombs during her four-year career.

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CHRISTINA YARD ASSISTANT coach first Season •

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Prior to Hartford, Yard spent one season as the graduate assistant softball coach at the University of New Haven where she helped lead the squad to an impressive 42-8 overall record with a 26-2 mark in the Northeast-10 Conference. In addition, she has honed her coaching skills at several softball camps, working the Rutger Softball Camp during her collegiate career while serving as a counselor and instructor at the Hillsborough High School Softball Camp.

hristina Yard enters her first season with the University of Hartford softball team as an assistant coach. She joins the Hawks for the 2011 season after a four year playing career at Rutgers University. At Hartford, Yard will primarily work with the Hawks’ Yard also excelled off the field, receiving Big East pitching staff. All-Academic honors in 2008 and 2009 while earning Big East Honor Roll Player of the Week accoA 2009 graduate of Rutgers, Yard was a standout lades once during her career. An exercise science pitcher for the Scarlet Knights. As a sophomore in and sport studies major at Rutgers, Yard is currently 2007, the hurler made a team-high 20 starts, while pursuing her Master’s of Science in management of leading the team with 10 wins and 75 strikeouts. In sports industries at the University of New Haven. addition, Yard is the program’s leader in saves in a single season and ranks second all-time with five career saves. hartford hawks softball

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First year head coach Diana Consolmagno hopes to make noise in the America East Conference in 2011 while guiding the Hawks to its first appearance to the conference tournament in four years. Looking to improve upon a 16-24 season a year ago, Consolmagno inherits a young team that will have 10 freshmen and sophomores on its 14-man 2011 roster. “We’re not going to begin the season unless we’re looking to go all the way,” responded Consolmagno when asked if 2011 would be a rebuilding year. She continued, “that’s the way it’s going to be every year.” This year the Hawks welcome four freshmen and two walk-ons to the team. Consolmagno is excited to see this young group compete for consistent spots in the defense, as well as contribute offensively as pinch hitters and runners to provide rest to the starters. Defensively, the youth may scare some of the Hawks’ faithful, but Consolmagno insists that communication

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will help iron out any early mishaps for her group. As for the offense, the squad will look to thrive off the depth, speed and youth provided to the lineup by the freshmen class.

INFIELD The 2011 edition of Hartford’s infield will be led by a group of players with more youth than experience, however the unit boasts more versatility than possibly any other team in the America East. Consolmagno is confident in the infield’s defensive abilities as well as what it will bring to the Hawks’ offense this season. Headlining the group will be a strong sophomore class that because of their growth, work ethic and leadership, can easily be mistaken for upperclassmen as described by Consolmagno. Kate Wacyk offers Consolmagno a magnitude of options with her versatility and ability to play any spot along the infield. The Sellersville, Pa. native’s accurate throw and solid range gives her the ability to easily

play catcher, shortstop, or third base adding flexibility to the Hawks’ defense. In addition, the sophomore has proven during the fall season that she can perform at the plate under pressure. As a rookie, Wacyk registered a .945 fielding percentage under that rotation and finished sixth on the 2010 squad with a .219 batting average and 21 hits. With 35 starts under her belt, Consolmagno expects Wacyk to have a breakout season in 2011. Fellow sophomore Melani Maxwell provides the other half of the leadership along the infield for the Hawks this season. The Bethpage, N.Y. native will work the left side of the infield for Scarlet and White at short stop and possible option for third base. In addition to her great awareness in the infield and strong arm, Maxwell has also worked hard during the offseason to add power at the plate to her resume. Consolmagno will look to Jordan Haines to backstop the Hawks in 2011. A sophomore out of King of


NICOLE SPRINGER Prussia, Pa., Haines provides a spark behind the plate with great power offensively and defensively, however her leadership and heart are what Consolmagno most admires in her sophomore catcher. She will again be an integral part of the pitching staff’s success in addition to a constant in Hartford’s line-up. As a freshman, Haines hit .234 with 10 RBI and caught four base runners in the act. Consolmagno will look to a pair of freshmen to anchor the middle infield, a combination that despite being young will provide a strong presence and bring an intense work ethic to the team. A former baseball player from Quebec City, Quebec, Genevieve Morneau-Vaillaincourt brings versatility to the team. Morneau-Vaillaincourt will be expected to reach base and use her speed to run the bases well and score. Newcomer Amber Andrews will get into the mix of the infield rotation seeing the majority of her time at second base. A contact hitter who will see RBI opportunities in the line-up, the Greenwood, Del. native will cause

ruckus on the base paths for her opponents.

able glove and has proven to be an aware and intelligent first baseman.

Nicole Springer is listed as a pitcher on the Hawks’ 2011 roster; however the power hitter also boasts diversity with the ability to play first base or third base, depending on the pitching rotation and the Hawks’ depth along the infield. An all-around athlete, Springer has already proven to be a tremendous offensive threat with the ability to destroy several Hartford’s offensive records. A year ago, she earned first-team all-conference honors at designated player last year after batting .325 while belting 19 extra-base hits, including five homers, and driving in 34 runs. Her performance in the circle and at the plate will play a huge role in the team’s success this season.

OUTFIELD

Manning the first base corner will be Chelsey Mooney, Consolmagno’s lone recruit of this year’s freshman class out of Corona, Calif. Mooney heads into her debut season with high expectations for the Hawks. A left-handed power-hitter, Mooney compliments her offense with a reli-

In the outfield, the upperclassmen combine to make the most experienced group that the Hawks have to offer. Led by three of the team’s four captains, the outfielders will serve as the anchor for the team’s defense. Lauren Kamena, the team’s lone senior, is a solid defensive player who will be seeing the majority of her time in right field. A hard worker who has the speed to cover ground in the outfield, Consolmagno foresees a huge impact from the senior performer. Shannon Simpkins, a junior switchhitter who recorded a .942 fielding percentage in 2010, will man the center of the outfield for the Hawks this season. Her closing speed helps track down balls that would otherwise be out of range. A dynamic base runner, Simpkins will serve as the team’s one-two hitter, whose main task in the batting line-up will be to utilize her great speed to reach base.

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SHANNON SIMPKINS

Closing out the starting outfield for Hartford will be left fielder Erica Phelps, who led the team with a 1.000 fielding percentage while starting 28 games for the Hawks. Last season, the junior added five RBIs and a double on .203 hitting as a sophomore. Phelps has one of the strongest arms in the outfield and has been swinging the bat well in the offseason. Joining the outfield this year will be newcomers Kimberly Eisen and Naomi Mitchell. Eisen is a speedy outfielder who also has potential to see time in the Hawks’ infield and due to her speed on the base paths will be used as a pinch runner. A dedicated worker from Providence, R.I., who is admired for her heart and passion for the game, Mitchell will look to get into the experienced rotation as a walk-on freshman. Mitchell has already made an impact on the Hawks’ squad, helping her teammates improve on the field every day in practice.

PITCHING Hartford’s rotation in the pitching

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circle will be one of the more intriguing competitions for the team. Led by junior and co-captain Siera Sheehan who started a team-high 24 games, the pitching staff of all right-handers looks to take some pressure off the Hawks’ potentially explosive offense.

a “veteran pitcher,” whose composure will be the key to her success. A fouryear member of the softball team at Ward Melville High School, Meade boasted a career ERA of 0.80 with 456 strikeouts, three no-hitters and 12 shutouts.

Sheehan produced a 4.89 ERA, going 7-12 with 18 complete games in 2010. With 53 strikeouts, she looks to hone her control and improve on those already impressive numbers. A fierce competitor, the Binghamton, N.Y. native has gained valuable experience over the past two years while learning the ins and outs of America East opponents in the process and will be counted on to lead the staff and win big games on conference weekends.

SCHEDULE

Nicole Springer, the team’s offensive spark, has worked to improve on her pitching as she acted as the depth of the rotation in 2010. Kaitlyn Meade, the Hawks’ newest addition to their pitching staff, is a right-handed hurler out of Setauket, N.Y. The lone freshman in the rotation, Consolmagno describes the rookie as

The Hawks’ 2011 slate is highlighted by the squad’s annual spring trip to Florida. In addition, the Hawks will host 22 games on 14 dates at the University Of Hartford Softball Field in West Hartford. For the first time since the 1992 campaign, the Hawks will open their 2011 season in the Northeast, kicking-off with a twin bill at Manhattan on March 6. Hartford then makes its return to the Nutmeg State for its season debut at the UH Softball Field when it welcomes the Rhode Island Rams for a single game battle on March 9. After the home opener, Hartford continues its season by making its seventh-straight trip to Kissimmee,


lauren kamena Fla. for the Rebel Spring Games. The Hawks are slated to play 12 games during its six-day visit to the Sunshine State, kicking off on March 13 with match-ups against Nutmeg State opponent Yale and Rider. Highlighted by the program’s first-ever meetings with Eastern Illinois, Houston Baptist and Bucknell, the Scarlet and White will also take on Youngstown State, Butler, Fairleigh Dickinson, Army, UW-Green Bay and Saint Peter’s before the conclusion of the Florida trip. “We’re trying to play as many preseason games as possible so that when we get back here for conference games, we know what kind of team we are,” said Consolmagno of the importance of non-conference games. Upon returning to New England, the Hawks will enjoy a five-game home stand featuring a doubleheader with Iona (March 23) followed by the America East opening weekend series against Binghamton (March 26-27). Hartford will also welcome

conference opponents Stony Brook (April 16-17) and Boston University (April 23-24) to University of Hartford Softball Field for a pair of three-game weekend series. Hartford then plays 10 of its next 13 contests on the road, with a doubleheader against Siena (April 5) and a single game versus Big East opponent Connecticut (April 9) serving as the lone home games. During the road stretch, the Hawks will face Providence, Albany, Marist and instate squads Central Connecticut and Fairfield. The Hawks’ longest home stand comes April 21-28 when they host seven games beginning with a doubleheader against out-of-conference opponent South Dakota (April 21). Following a three-game weekend series where the squad faces reigning America East champion Boston University, Hartford concludes the home stretch when it takes on local rival Sacred Heart for a twin bill (April 28).

UMBC on April 30-May 1, Hartford concludes non-conference play with its final three home games beginning with a match-up against Central Connecticut on May 4. The Hawks play their final home games on May 5 when Holy Cross invades West Hartford for a pair of contests. The conference schedule and regular season will come to a close with Hartford traveling north to Orono for a three-game, weekend series versus the Maine Black Bears. The top four teams in the conference have a shot at the America East tournament, which the Hawks have been absent from since their 2007 campaign. It might take a lot of adjustments and rotations, but the 2011 edition of the Hawks are poised for success.

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LAUREN KAMENA #27 senior outfielder •

JUNIOR (2010):

Played in 23 games while making 12 starts in left field … batted .069 with a pair of hits and seven runs scored … drew two walks … reached base safely in three games … went 1-for-3 and scored one run against Holy Cross … committed two errors in 14 chances (.857 fielding percentage) … an America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.

SOPHOMORE (2009): Played in 35 games while making 34 starts … split time

The KAMENA File hometown: NESCONSET, N.Y. high school: SMITHTOWN height: 5’ 7” bats/throws: RIGHT/RIGHT

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between left field and as the designated player … batted .141 with nine runs scored and 14 hits … three of her hits went for extra bases, including a double and a pair of homers … drew seven walks … led the team with four sacrifices … reached base safely in 17 games … longest hitting streak spanned two games … recorded a pair of multi-hit games … went 2-for-3 at the plate, scored a pair of runs and drove-in two in a win at Rhode Island … went 2-for-4 and drove in three runs, including two on a home run, against Cornell … drove in the game-winning run on a squeeze bunt in an extra-innings win against Holy Cross … stole four bases in seven attempts … did not commit an error in 14 chances (1.000 fielding percentage) … an America East Academic Honor Roll selection.

FRESHMAN (2008): Played in 37 games while making 36 starts in left field … batted .226 with 12 RBI and 11 runs scored in 93 at bats … finished with 21 hits, including two doubles and one home run … longest hitting streak spanned four games … recorded three multi-hit games … reached base safely in 23 games … drew 10 walks … picked up her first career RBI and hit in a Hartford victory over Coppin State … her first career home run came in a 12-3 victory over Colgate … went 2-for-2 at the plate with a career-high five RBI against Columbia … drove in

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the game-winning run against Maine … was successful in all five of her stolen base attempts … finished the season with no errors in 32 chances (1.000) … selected as the America East Rookie of the Week on March 24.

BEFORE HARTFORD: A three-sport athlete at Smithtown High School West, lettering in softball, track and volleyball for three seasons ... also attended Newfield High School from seventh to ninth grade and lettered in softball all three years ... was the first seventh-grader in the school district to be a varsity level starter in any sport and was the team’s offensive most valuable player ... a three-time NFCA Scholar Athlete and a two-time NFCA All-Region selection ... a career .508 hitter with 33 homers, 211 RBI and 34 stolen bases ... helped Smithtown West to league championships in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and was selected as the Section XI most valuable player twice ... broke the school’s home run record as a sophomore ... named League 4 Pitcher of the Year in 2007 ... a two-time All-Suffolk County and All-Division selection ... received the NY State Section XI Athletic Gold Key Award ... a two-year team captain ... also spent four seasons with both the volleyball and track and field squads ... an all-league selection in volleyball in 2005 and team captain in 2006 ... a three-time all-league pick in track. PERSONAL:

Born May 26, 1989 ... enrolled in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, majoring in respiratory therapy ... daughter of Michel and Bob Kamena.

KAMENA’S STATISTICS Career Statistics

Year avg. g-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2008 .226 37-36 93 11 21 2 0 1 12 26 .280 10 1 26 0 .308 0 4 5-5 29 3 0 1.000 2009 .141 35-34 99 9 14 1 0 2 9 21 .212 7 0 40 0 .196 1 3 4-7 13 1 0 1.000 2010 .069 23-12 29 7 2 0 0 0 0 2 .069 2 0 15 0 .129 0 0 0-2 12 0 2 .857 Totals .167 95-82 221 27 37 3 0 3 21 49 .222 19 1 81 0 .236 1 7 9-14 54 4 2 .967

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ERICA PHELPS #19 JUnior OUTFIELDER •

SOPHOMORE (2010): Played in 30 games while making 28 starts … all but two starts came in right field … batted .208 with six RBI and eight runs scored … finished with 15 hits, including one double … her lone extra-base hit came against Saint Peter’s … reached base safely in 14 games … drew nine walks … longest hitting streak spanned three games … recorded three multi-hit games … finished 3-for-3 and scored a pair of runs against Central Connecticut State … stole three bases in five attempts … led the team in fielding percentage, committing no errors in 40 chances (1.000) … an America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.

FRESHMAN (2009): Played in 14 games while making seven starts The PHELPS File hometown: SUTTON, MASS. height: 5’ 7” weight: 150 LBS. bats/throws: RIGHT/RIGHT

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total in left field and as the designated player … batted .105 with a pair of hits and runs scored in 19 at bats … also added an RBI … drew two walks … longest hitting streak spanned two games … recorded a pair of multi-RBI games … reached base safely in three games … notched the first hit of her collegiate career against Binghamton … scored the first run of her collegiate career in a win against Rider … picked up her first career RBI in a Hartford win over Binghamton … finished the season with no errors in 14 chances (1.000 fielding percentage) … an America East Academic Honor Roll selection.

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BEFORE HARTFORD: Played four years of softball at West Chester East High School … team captain in 2007 and 2008 … voted the Outstanding Player of the Year in 2008 … a two-time all-area first team and All Ches-Mont First Team selection … named the best offensive softball player in 2007 … an All Ches-Mont second team selection and all-area honorable mention in 2006 … also was a three-year member of the field hockey and track and field teams … earned Best Defensive Honors in field hockey in 2005 and 2006.

PERSONAL: Born August 10, 1989 ... enrolled in the Barney School of Business, majoring in entrepreneurial studies ... daughter of Kim Phelps.

PHELPS’ STATISTICS Career Statistics

Year avg. g-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2009 .105 14-7 19 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 .105 2 0 5 0 .190 0 0 0-0 4 0 1 .800 2010 .208 30-28 72 8 15 1 0 0 6 16 .222 9 1 16 0 .298 2 0 3-5 38 2 0 1.000 Totals .187 44-35 91 10 17 1 0 0 7 18 .198 11 1 21 0 .276 2 0 3-5 42 2 1 .978

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SIERA SHEEHAN #20 JUnior PITCHER •

SOPHOMORE (2010): Went 7-12 in 22 appearances and sported a 4.89 ERA … pitched 124.2 innings … held opposing batters to a .330 average … threw 18 complete games, a career-high … recorded a career-best 53 strikeouts … allowed 87 earned runs on 173 hits … pitched a complete game and allowed three earned runs in her first win of the season against Manhattan … fanned a career-high eight batters vs. Colgate … struck out six and allowed just one earned run in the win against Saint Peter’s … threw a complete game and tallied five strikeouts in a 9-3 win over Siena … finished the season with no errors in 39 chances (1.000 fielding percentage).

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FRESHMAN (2009): Went 5-11 in 18 appearances and sported a 4.26 ERA … held opposing batters to a .299 average … recorded a pair of shutouts … tallied 49 strikeouts … threw 13 complete games … pitched a complete game and recorded four strikeouts in her collegiate debut at Stetson … threw her first collegiate shutout against Rhode Island … struck out five and allowed just one run in a win over Holy Cross … fanned a season-high seven batters in five scoreless innings in the 8-0 shutout of Binghamton … did not commit an error in 24 chances (1.000 fielding percentage) ... received America East Rookie of the Week honors

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on April 28 after throwing a complete game shutout against Binghamton … an America East Academic Honor Roll selection.

BEFORE HARTFORD: Played four years of varsity softball at Chenango Valley High School … helped her team to three state championships … earned first team all-state honors in New York State Class B … named to the STAC East All-Division All-Star Pitcher First Team … a posted a 1.18 ERA with 114 strikeouts in 83.1 innings in 2007… batted .346 with 21 RBI during her junior year … played summer ball with the New York Bad Apples … pitched both the semifinal and championship games as her team won the 2007 ASA Eastern Nationals … also played four years of golf, two years of soccer and two years of varsity basketball.

PERSONAL: Born June 6, 1990 ... enrolled in the Barney School of Business, majoring in marketing ... daughter of Diane and Bob Sheehan.

SHEEHAN’S STATISTICS Career Statistics

Year era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er 2009 4.26 5-11 18 16 13 2/0 0 95.1 119 70 58 2010 4.89 7-12 22 20 18 0/0 0 124.2 173 93 87 Totals 4.61 12-23 40 36 31 2/0 0 220.0 292 163 145

bb so 39 49 40 53 79 102

2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk sfa sha 29 0 9 454 .299 7 3 0 2 12 38 2 13 590 .330 11 3 2 4 18 67 3 22 1,044 .317 18 6 2 6 30

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SHANNON SIMPKINS #18 JUNior OUTFIELDER •

SOPHOMORE (2010): Played in 32 games while making 28 starts in the outfield … 25 of her starts came in left field … batted .176 with 12 hits and nine runs scored … drove in three runs … drew five walks … stole a team-best 11 bases in 13 attempts …longest hitting streak spanned three games … reached base safely in 13 games … finished 2-for-3 and crossed the plate twice at Sacred Heart … drove in one run on a triple and scored a pair of runs against Central Connecticut State … committed four errors in 69 chances (.942 fielding percentage) … an America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.

FRESHMAN (2009): Played in 33 games while making 30 starts, the The simpkins File hometown: MILLVILLE, N.J. high school: SACRED HEART height: 5’ 7” bats/throws: SWITCH/RIGHT

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majority in the outfield … primarily batted as the team’s leadoff hitter … batted .126 with 11 hits and 15 runs scored in 87 at-bats … added a double and a home run … drove in four runs … ranked third on the team with 12 walks … reached base safely in 14 games, including three consecutive games … longest hitting streak spanned three games … recorded a pair of multi-hit games … went 2-for-4 with a single and her first collegiate home run while crossing the plate twice in a Hartford win over Rhode Island … finished 2-for-4 and added a pair of runs in a victory against Rider … stole a team-best 11 bases in 12 attempts … finished the season with no errors in 21 chances (1.000 fielding percent-

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age) … an America East Academic Honor Roll selection.

BEFORE HARTFORD: Played one year of softball at Millville High School and three years at Sacred Heart High School ... a three-time first team all-area and two-time First Team All-Cape Atlantic selection as an outfielder ... also pitched and led the Cape Atlantic league in wins and strikeouts in her junior year ... named Millville News Player of the Year in 2006 ... an All-Courier Post First Team selection as a senior and three-time All-Press First Team selection ... selected to the First Team Parochial B three times ... also played two seasons of field hockey at Sacred Heart and was a Second Team Parochial B selection as a sophomore.

PERSONAL: Born April 29, 1989 ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in psychology ... daughter of Kathy Breig and Paul Simpkins.

SIMPKINS’ STATISTICS Career Statistics

Year avg. g-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2009 .126 33-30 87 15 11 1 0 1 4 15 .172 12 0 34 0 .232 0 2 11-12 24 0 0 1.000 2010 .176 32-28 68 9 12 1 1 0 3 15 .221 5 0 21 0 .233 0 0 11-13 62 3 4 .942 Totals .148 65-58 155 24 33 2 1 1 7 30 .194 17 0 55 0 .233 0 2 22-25 86 3 4 .957

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JORDAN HAINES #3 SOPHOMORE CATCHER •

FRESHMAN (2010): Started and played in 19 games behind the plate … batted .234 with 10 RBI and nine runs scored … recorded 11 hits including two doubles and a pair of home runs … reached base safely in 13 games, including 10 consecutive games … longest hitting streak spanned three games … recorded a pair of games with multiple RBI … recorded one multi-hit game … finished with five RBI in a 3-for-4 performance, including a double and her first collegiate grand slam, against Siena … committed two errors in 82 chances (.976 fielding percentage) … an America East Academic Honor Roll selection.

BEFORE HARTFORD: A four year member of the varsity softball team The HAINES File hometown: KING OF PRUSSIA, PA. high school: UPPER MERION AREA height: 5’ 2” bats/throws: RIGHT/RIGHT

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at Upper Merion Area High School … graduated as the all-time leader in hits (108), RBI (86) and career batting average (.481)… also broke the school record for career singles and doubles … hit a career-high .510 as a senior in 2009 … named the all-league player of the year and team’s most valuable player in 2008 … an all-league first team pick in 2008 as a shortstop … finished her junior season batting .476 … selected as an honorable mention catcher in 2007 … batted .476 her sophomore season prior to a season-ending injury … named the most valuable player of her high school team in 2006 … finished her freshman year hitting .463 … earned first team all-catcher honors and the slugger award … spent

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the past four years with the New Jersey Nightmare Gold, where she sported a career batting average of .285, with 109 hits and 60 RBI in 382 at bats.

PERSONAL: Born November 5, 1990 ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in biology ... daughter of Patti and Mark Haines.

HAINES’ STATISTICS Career Statistics

Year avg. g-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2010 .234 19-19 47 9 11 2 0 2 10 19 .404 7 3 17 0 .368 0 0 0-0 70 10 2 .976 Totals .234 19-19 47 9 11 2 0 2 10 19 .404 7 3 17 0 .368 0 0 0-0 70 10 2 .976

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MELANI MAXWELL #13 SOPHOMORE INFIELDER •

FRESHMAN (2010): Played in 10 games while making nine starts … all but one start came at third base … batted .087 with four RBI and four runs scored … notched a pair of hits, including a home run … reached base safely in five games … longest hitting streak spanned two games … drew six walks … picked up her first career RBI against Rider … notched the first hit of her collegiate career and drove-in one run against UMBC … homered and scored twice against Holy Cross … committed two errors in 35 chances (.943 fielding percentage).

BEFORE HARTFORD: Played six years of varsity softball at West The MAXWELL File hometown: BETHPAGE, N.Y. high school: WEST BABYLON height: 5’ 10” bats/throws: RIGHT/RIGHT

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Babylon High School … was named West Babylon’s All Around Outstanding Female Athlete … a four-time all-county selection … named all-league and the Defensive Player of the Year … a four-time all-tournament team honoree … earned All-Long Island Second Team honors and was an All-State Sixth Team selection … earned the Sportsmanship Award and helped West Babylon to a New York state championship in 2008 … closed out the 2008 season with a .459 batting average and 33 RBI, including a .656 slugging percentage … played summer ball for the Long Island Bandits Gold team … completed her 2008 stint with a .539 batting average and a slugging percentage of .816, while scoring 37 runs and driving in 25 for the Bandits in 2008 … also played four years

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of varsity volleyball and varsity basketball at West Babylon … earned all-league and all-conference honors in volleyball and was named the team’s most valuable player … an all-league and academic allcounty selection for basketball … named the basketball team’s most valuable player.

PERSONAL: Born February 20, 1990 ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in biology ... daughter of Debbi and Charles Maxwell.

MAXWELL’S STATISTICS Career Statistics

Year avg. g-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2010 .087 10-9 23 4 2 0 0 1 4 5 .217 6 0 7 0 .276 0 0 0-0 14 19 2 .943 Totals .087 10-9 23 4 2 0 0 1 4 5 .217 6 0 7 0 .276 0 0 0-0 14 19 2 .943

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nicole springer #33 sophomore dp •

FRESHMAN (2010): The only player to start and play in all 40 games …

The sPRINGER File hometown: NEW BRITAIN, CONN. high school: KINGSWOOD OXFORD height: 5’ 7” bats/throws: LEFT/RIGHT

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saw time as the designated player while making nine starts inside the circle … batted .325, ranking second on the team … had 40 hits, 19 of which went for extra bases … recorded a team-high 14 doubles while tying the school record for most doubles in a single season … her 14 doubles ranked second in the America East … also led the team with five home runs and 34 RBI … scored 13 runs … the team with a .561 slugging percentage … drew 10 walks … reached base safely in 33 games, including 18 straight games to open the season … had the longest hitting streak on the team spanning 11 games … drove in multiple runs in nine games, a team-best, including a five-RBI game against Manhattan … tallied eight multi-hit games … tied the game with a two-run homer in her collegiate debut in an eventual 5-2 win over Eastern Kentucky …drove in two runs with a home run to give Hartford the lead in a 2-0 win against North Carolina A&T … launched her first career grand slam in the win over Manhattan … drove in the go-ahead run and finished with three RBI while scoring two in a 2-for-3 performance against Holy Cross … recorded a pair of doubles and finished with three RBI at Marist … went 2-8 in 13 appearances inside the circle … threw six complete games … recorded an ERA of 7.89 … tallied 27 strikeouts … allowed 68 earned runs on 107 hits in 60.1 innings … earned her first collegiate win, an 11-8 decision, at Holy Cross … fanned a career-best four batters against Central Connecticut … committed five errors in 27 chances (.808 fielding percentage).

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BEFORE HARTFORD:

Played five years of varsity softball at Kingswood Oxford … a pitcher who also saw starts at both shortstop and third base … led her team to the W.N.E.P.G.S.A Championship in 2006 and 2007 … started 15 games in her final season, throwing for 104 total innings … notched a .688 batting average in 2009, recording 33 hits in 48 at bats … 17 of her hits went for extra bases including eight doubles, three triples and six homers … scored seven runs and drove in 29 … in 2008, recorded 76 strikeouts in 43 innings pitched while sporting a .529 batting average and an on-base-percentage of .590 … played for the CT Charmers Gold during the 2009 summer season … played summer ball for the Polar Crush Gold 18U … led the Polar Crush Gold in hits and singles with 42 and 32, respectively, in the 2008 season … ranked second on the team in batting average (.389), slugging percentage (.609), runs (17) and doubles (8) in the 2008 season … also was a member of the volleyball, soccer, and swimming and diving teams at Kingswood Oxford.

PERSONAL:

Born December 19, 1991 ... enrolled in Hillyer College, majoring in liberal studies ... daughter of Laura and George Springer.

SPRINGER’S STATISTICS Career Statistics

Year avg. g-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2010 .219 37-35 96 11 21 5 0 1 5 29 .302 8 0 21 1 .279 0 9 2-2 65 55 7 .945 Totals .219 37-35 96 11 21 5 0 1 5 29 .302 8 0 21 1 .279 0 9 2-2 65 55 7 .945 Year era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk sfa sha 2010 7.89 2-8 13 9 6 0/0 0 60.1 107 83 68 26 27 26 4 13 326 .375 10 8 3 1 6 Totals 7.89 2-8 13 9 6 0/0 0 60.1 107 83 68 26 27 26 4 13 326 .375 10 8 3 1 6

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kate wacyk #7 sophomore utility •

FRESHMAN (2010): Played in 37 games while making 35 starts …

The wacyk File hometown: SELLERSVILLE, PA. high school: PENNRIDGE height: 5’ 6” bats/throws: RIGHT/RIGHT

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made 22 starts at third base and also saw time at second base and behind the plate … batted .291 with 11 runs scored and five RBI … recorded 21 hits, including five doubles and one home run … longest hitting streak spanned five games … reached base safely in 22 games … drew eight walks … recorded three multi-hit games and drove in multiple runs in one game … scored the go-ahead run on a solo home run in the season opener, a win over Eastern Kentucky … finished 2-for-3 and scored two times against Siena … went 2-for-4 with three RBI, including the go-ahead run, vs. Sacred Heart … ranked second with 55 assists … was successful in both of her stolen base attempts … committed seven errors in 127 chances (.945 fielding percentage) … an America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection.

BEFORE HARTFORD: Played four years of varsity softball at Pennridge High School … started at both shortstop and catcher throughout her career … captained the softball team during her junior and senior year … received the Outstanding Female Athlete Award following her senior year in 2009 … earned Suburban 1 All-League honors as a catcher twice, including second team honors in 2009 … Second closed out her final season at Pennridge with a .339 batting average, .554 slugging

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percentage and .415 on-base-percentage … played summer ball for the Blazing Angels Gold team … closed out the 2008 season hitting .292, recording a slugging percentage of .424 … notched 19 singles and 10 doubles with just six strikeouts in 106 total at bats.

PERSONAL: Born January 21, 1991 ... enrolled in in Hillyer College, majoring in liberal studies. ... daughter of Ursula and Craig Wacyk.

WACYK’S STATISTICS Career Statistics

Year avg. g-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% 2010 .219 37-35 96 11 21 5 0 1 5 29 .302 8 0 21 1 .279 0 9 2-2 65 55 7 .945 Totals .219 37-35 96 11 21 5 0 1 5 29 .302 8 0 21 1 .279 0 9 2-2 65 55 7 .945

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AMBER ANDREWS #12 FRESHMAN 2B •

BEFORE HARTFORD: Played four years of softball at Milford Senior High School … twice named first team all-state as a second baseman … a three-time first team all-conference selection … … in 2009, helped lead her team to a state championship while collecting second team allstate honors … a four-time academic all-conference selection … played her summer ball for the New Jersey Mystics Gold … also played three years of high school field hockey earning second team all-conference as a senior and a three-year member of the swim team where she received the Brandon Hasting Swimming Award.

PERSONAL: Born June 15, 1992 … enrolled in the College of EduThe ANDREWS File hometown: GREENWOOD, DEL. high school: MILFORD SENIOR height: 5’ 3” bats/throws: RIGHT/RIGHT

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cation, Nursing and Health Professions, majoring in early childhood education … daughter of Patricia and Richard Andrews.

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KIMBERLY EISEN #23 FRESHMAN OUTFIELDER •

BEFORE HARTFORD: A four-year member of the softball team at Monmouth Regional High School … also ran four years of winter track and field and played two years of high school soccer.

PERSONAL: Born May 20, 1992 … enrolled in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, majoring in health sciences … the daughter of Patricia and Roy Eisen.

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KAITLYN MEADE #22 FRESHMAN PITCHER •

BEFORE HARTFORD: Played four years of softball at Ward Melville High School … boasts a high school career ERA of 0.80 with 456 strikeouts, three no-hitters and 12 shutouts … a three-time all-league selection … captained the team for three years and was deemed the squad’s most valuable player three times … an all-division pick … as a junior in 2009, posted six shutouts and one no-hitter while fanning 217 batters … received all-county and All-Long Island accolades as a pitcher that season … earned a spot on the Suffolk County All-Tournament Team … over the summer, played with the Long Island Fire and Ice Gold team … also played two years of high school basketball and was a two-year member of the volleyball team.

The meade File hometown: SETAUKET, N.Y. high school: WARD MELVILLE height: 5’ 8” bats/throws: RIGHT/RIGHT

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PERSONAL: Born December 3, 1991 … enrolled in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions, majoring in elementary education … daughter of Terry and Marty Meade.

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NAOMI MITCHELL #10 FRESHMAN OUTFIELDer •

BEFORE HARTFORD: A two-sport athlete at Maimonides School prior to attending the Interdisciplinary Center of Herzliya … a four-year member of the softball team where she helped her squad to the 2005 MIAA state tournament … served as team captain as a senior in 2006 … named the school’s female athlete of the year in 2005 and 2006 … participated in the Tourney Sport USA Hawaii Softball Classic in 2004 also played four seasons of high school soccer … captained the soccer team in 2005.

PERSONAL: Born July 8, 1988 … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Judaic studies … served two years in the Israeli army in the combat search and rescue unit ... daughter of Francine Mitchell.

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CHELSEY MOONEY #24 FRESHMAN 1B •

BEFORE HARTFORD: Played four years of varsity softball as the

The MOONEY File hometown: CORONA, CALIF. high school: CORONA height: 5’ 6” bats/throws: LEFT/LEFT

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starting first baseman at Corona High School … helped lead her high school team to three California Interscholastic Federation tournament appearances including a trip to the state finals in 2010 … a two-year captain …a four-time Big VIII All-League honoree, including a first team selection her final season … led the team at the plate for two seasons… an All-Area Riverside County Honorable Mention, All-CIF Division I First Team and All-State Division I Second Team selection as a senior in 2010 … named to the Big VIII All-Academic First Team as a junior … batted .430 in 2010 and finished her career hitting .306 with 110 hits, 51 RBI in 351 at-bats … played eight years of summer softball with the Corona Angels, most recently with the 16 Gold team.

PERSONAL: Born February 4, 1992 … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in psychology … daughter of Kathy and Tony Mooney.

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GENEVIEVE MORNEAU-VAILLANCOURT #11 • FRESHMAN • SHORTSTOP

BEFORE HARTFORD: Played three years of varsity boys’ baseball at Cardinal-Roy High School before attending Champlain St. Lawrence CEGEP … was the first girl to play baseball for Cardinal-Roy … played shortstop on the women’s national baseball team where she helped her team to two baseball national championship in 2005 and 2009 … named the “best hitter” while helping her team to a silver medal at the Baseball National Championships in 2008 team took home the bronze medal at the 2007 baseball national championships … played one year of baseball at Champlain St. Lawrence CEGEP where she was named to the All-Academic Team in 2009-10 … played summer ball with boys’ baseball teams. The MORNEAUVAILLANCOURT File hometown: QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC high school: CARDINAL-ROY height: 5’ 6” bats/throws: RIGHT/RIGHT

PERSONAL: Born July 21, 1992 … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in psychology … daughter of Louise Morneau and Mario Vaillancourt.

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2011 roster breakdown 2011 softball NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 3 7 10 11 12 13 18 19 20 22 23 24 27 33

Name Pos. Jordan Haines C Kate Wac yk UT Naomi Mitc hell OF Genevieve Mor neau-Vaillaincour t SS Amber Andrews 2B Melani Maxwell INF Shannon Simpkins OF Erica Phelps OF Siera Sheehan P Kaitlyn Meade P Kimber ly Eisen OF Chelsey Mooney 1B Lauren Kamena OF Nicole Springer P/DP

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

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

Ht. 5-2 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-3 5-10 5-2 5-4 5-7 5-8 5-3 5-6 5-7 5-7

Hometown/High School/Last School King of Pr ussia, Pa./Upper Merion Area Sellersville, Pa./Pennridge Providence, R.I./Maimonides Sc hool Quebec City, Quebec/Cardinal-Roy Greenwood, Del./Milford Senior Bethpage, N.Y./West Babylon Millville, N.J./Sacred Hear t West Chester, Pa./West Chester East Binghamton, N.Y./Ch enango Valley Setauket, N.Y./Ward Melville Eatontown, N.J./Monmouth Regional Corona, Calif./Corona Nesconset, N.Y./Smithtown New Britain, Conn./Kingswood Oxford

2011 softball ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 12 23 3 27 13 22 10 24 11 19 20 18 33 7

Name Pos. Amber Andrews 2B Kimber ly Eisen OF Jordan Haines C Lauren Kamena OF Melani Maxwell INF Kaitlyn Meade P Naomi Mitc hell OF Chelsey Mooney 1B Genevieve Mor neau-Vaillaincour t SS Erica Phelps OF Siera Sheehan P Shannon Simpkins OF Nicole Springer P/DP Kate Wac yk UT

BY POSITION INFIELD (1) Maxwell

OUTFIELD (cont.) Simpkins

FIRST BASE (1) Mooney

CATCHER (1) Haines

SECOND BASE (1) Andrews SHORTSTOP (1) Morneau-Vaillaincourt OUTFIELD (5) Eisen Kamena Mitchell Phelps

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PITCHER (3) Meade Sheehan Springer UTILITY (1) Wacyk DESIGNATED PLAYER (1) Springer

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

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

Ht. 5-3 5-3 5-2 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-7 5-2 5-7 5-6

Hometown/High School/Last School Greenwood, Del./Milford Senior Eatontown, N.J./Monmouth Regional King of Pr ussia, Pa./Upper Merion Area Nesconset, N.Y./Smithtown Bethpage, N.Y./West Babylon Setauket, N.Y./Ward Melville Providence, R.I./Maimonides Sc hool Corona, Calif./Corona Quebec City, Quebec/Cardinal-Roy West Chester, Pa./West Chester East Binghamton, N.Y./Ch enango Valley Millville, N.J./Sacred Hear t New Britain, Conn./Kingswood Oxford Sellersville, Pa./Pennridge

BY LOCATION CALIFORNIA (1) Mooney CONNECTICUT (1) Springer DELAWARE (1) Andrews NEW YORK (4) Maxwell Meade Kamena Sheehan

NEW JERSEY (2) Eisen Simpkins Pennsylvania (3) Haines Phelps Wacyk QUEBEC (1) Morneau-Vaillaincourt RHODE ISLAND (1) Mitchell

BY YEAR SENIOR (1) Kamena

JUNIOR (3) Phelps Sheehan Simpkins SOPHOMORE (4) Haines Maxwell Springer Wacyk FRESHMAN (6) Andrews Eisen Mitchell Meade Mooney Morneau-Vaillaincourt


2010 final statistics/results 40 Games • Overall: 16-24 • Conference: 3-14 • Home: 5-10 • Away: 4-10 • Neutral: 7-4

2010 HARTFORD SOFTBALL BATTING AND FIELDING STATISTICS PLAYER BA G-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SB-ATT FLD% Amanda Dilworth .343 37-37 105 22 36 9 1 0 16 47 .448 22 1 18 1 .457 8-9 .964 Nicole Springer .325 40-40 123 13 40 14 0 5 34 69 .561 10 4 19 0 .394 0-0 .808 Jessica Oliveira .320 39-39 128 19 41 3 1 0 10 46 .359 6 0 18 0 .351 5-6 .952 Olivia Piacentini .300 29-19 60 6 18 5 0 1 7 26 .433 7 1 19 0 .382 0-0 .992 Jordan Haines .234 19-19 47 9 11 2 0 2 10 19 .404 7 3 17 0 .368 0-0 .976 Kate Wacyk .219 37-35 96 11 21 5 0 1 5 29 .302 8 0 21 1 .279 2-2 .945 Erica Phelps .208 30-28 72 8 15 1 0 0 6 16 .222 9 1 16 0 .298 3-5 1.000 Ann Kyzer .205 29-28 83 7 17 3 0 1 15 23 .277 5 0 30 0 .250 0-1 .993 Rachel Clonick .194 39-39 108 18 21 4 0 3 13 34 .315 11 3 37 1 .285 1-3 .925 Shannon Simpkins .176 32-28 68 9 12 1 1 0 3 15 .221 5 0 21 0 .233 11-13 .942 Sara Messinger .162 28-27 74 10 12 5 0 0 8 17 .230 13 0 17 0 .287 3-4 .978 Melani Maxwell .087 10-9 23 4 2 0 0 1 4 5 .217 6 0 7 0 .276 0-0 .943 Lauren Kamena .069 23-12 29 7 2 0 0 0 0 2 .069 2 0 15 0 .129 0-2 .857 Siera Sheehan .000 7-7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 1.000 Brittney Stratton .000 1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 .778 Hartford .244 40 1,016 143 248 52 3 14 131 348 .343 111 13 255 3 .325 33-45 .957 Opponents .322 40 1,091 213 351 77 7 34 196 544 .499 83 20 136 3 .378 39-47 .952 Pitching Statistics 2010 HARTFORD 2009 SOFTBALL PITCHING STATISTICS

PLAYER ERA W-L APP GS CG SH S IP H R ER BB SO HB WP BK 2B 3B HR BA Brittney Stratton 2.21 7-4 12 11 9 1/0 0 73.0 71 37 23 17 56 9 5 6 13 1 8 .252 Siera Sheehan 4.89 7-12 22 20 18 0/0 0 124.2 173 93 87 40 53 3 11 2 38 2 13 .330 Nicole Springer 7.89 2-8 13 9 6 0/0 0 60.1 107 83 68 26 27 8 10 3 26 4 13 .375 Hartford Opponents

4.83 16-24 40 40 33 1/0 0 258.0 351 213 178 83 136 20 26 11 77 7 34 .322 3.13 24-16 40 40 24 10/1 4 261.1 248 143 117 111 255 13 13 1 52 3 14 .244

2010 FINAL RESULTS DATE 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/8 4/8 4/10

OPPONENT SCORE vs. Eastern Kentucky $ W, 5-2 vs. S. Carolina Upstate $ L, 0-2 vs. North Carolina A&T $ W, 2-0 vs. Colgate # W, 7-3 vs. Lafayette # L, 5-8 vs. Saint Peter’s # W, 3-1 vs. Cleveland State # L, 3-4 vs. Manhattan # W, 6-3 vs. Lafayette # W, 5-4 vs. Rider # W, 3-2 vs. Colgate # L, 0-4 MAINE * W, 5-2 MAINE * L, 0-1 MAINE * L, 0-8 at Holy Cross W, 11-8 at Holy Cross W, 7-3 ALBANY * L, 2-3 ALBANY * L, 2-5 ALBANY * W, 6-3 SIENA W, 4-1 SIENA W, 9-3 at Stony Brook * L, 2-7

Pitcher of record Stratton (W, 1-0) Sheehan (L, 0-1) Stratton (W, 2-0) Stratton (W, 3-0) Sheehan (L, 0-2) Sheehan (L, 1-2) Stratton (L, 3-1) Sheehan (W, 2-2) Stratton (W, 4-1) Stratton (W, 5-1) Sheehan (L, 2-3) Stratton (W, 6-1) Sheehan (L, 2-4) Stratton (L, 6-2) Springer (W, 1-0) Sheehan (W, 3-4) Stratton (L, 6-3) Sheehan (L, 3-5) Sheehan (W, 4-5) Stratton (W, 7-3) Sheehan (W, 5-5) Stratton (L, 7-4)

DATE 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/4 5/8 5/9

OPPONENT SCORE at Stony Brook * L, 0-8 at Stony Brook * L, 0-6 RHODE ISLAND L, 0-3 RHODE ISLAND L, 6-10 at Binghamton * L, 0-9 at Binghamton * L, 3-14 at Binghamton * L, 7-8 at Sacred Heart W, 10-6 at Sacred Heart W, 5-2 CENTRAL CONN. L, 1-10 CENTRAL CONN. L, 6-7 UMBC * W, 5-3 UMBC * L, 5-7 UMBC * L, 2-4 at Marist L, 0-5 at Marist L, 4-8 at Boston University * L, 0-8 at Boston University * L, 2-18

Pitcher of record Sheehan (L, 5-6) Springer (L, 1-1) Sheehan (L, 5-7) Springer (L, 1-2) Sheehan (L, 5-8) Springer (L, 1-3) Springer (L, 1-4) Springer (W, 2-4) Sheehan (W, 6-8) Sheehan (L, 6-9) Springer (L, 2-5) Sheehan (7-9) Springer (L, 2-6) Sheehan (L, 7-10) Sheehan (L, 7-11) Springer (L, 2-7) Sheehan (L, 7-12) Springer (L, 2-8)

HOME GAMES IN CAPS $ - Winthrop/adidas Classic (Winthrop, S.C.) # - Rebel Spring Games (Kissimmee, Fla.) * - America East contest

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AMERICA EAST Staff Directory Patrick Nero Commissioner

Shonna Brown Senior Associate Commissioner

Matt Bourque Associate Commissioner

Frank Sullivan Associate Commissioner

Brian Barrio Assistant Commissioner/Compliance

Sean Tainsh Director of Communications

Leslie Hanna Assistant Director of Communications

Chad Dwyer Championship/Sport Administrator

Jessica Descartes Asst. Dir. of Championships & Sports Admin.

Max Mandel Marketing/Mew Media Intern

Keith Arsenault Communications Intern

Marisa Viola Administrative Intern

Mark huddleston Chair of America East Board of Presidents

Blake James Chair of America East Athletic Directors Council

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Now in its fourth decade of operation, America East has evolved into one of the most comprehensive NCAA Division I conferences with a commitment to broad-based, competitive athletics programs, complementing the academic integrity and missions of the member institutions. Progressive in its approach to its more than 3,400 student-athletes, America East recognizes champions in each of its 20 sports: baseball, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross country, field hockey, men's and women's indoor track and field, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's outdoor track and field, men's and women's soccer, softball, men's and women's swimming and diving, men's and women's tennis, and women’s volleyball. America East also conducts the nation’s most comprehensive academic recognition program for student-athletes.

With a geographic footprint covering the Mid-Atlantic to Northeast regions of the United States, America East strives to develop champions in academics, athletics and leadership at its nine member institutions: University at Albany, Binghamton University, Boston University, University of Hartford, University of Maine, UMBC, University of New Hampshire, Stony Brook University and University of Vermont.

Academics…

• Vermont captured its sixth straight America East Academic Cup in 2010 after its studentathletes registered a cumulative 3.19 grade-point average, which was the best mark in the award’s 15-year history. New Hampshire recorded a 3.16 GPA and also eclipsed the former standard, while five other schools earned a 3.0 GPA or better. • America East’s 3,400 student-athletes registered a combined 3.05 GPA during the 2009-10 academic year and over 60 percent of them were named to America East’s Academic Honor Roll for recording GPA’s of 3.0 or better. • Seven student-athletes were tabbed ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans during the 2009-10 season, the league’s most since the 2005-06 academic year. Twenty others were All-District selections. • Binghamton’s Sven Vloedgraven (tennis) and Vermont’s May Kotsopoulos (basketball) were the America East Male and Female Scholar-Athletes of the Year, respectively. • Twenty-four America East teams were publicly recognized by the NCAA for their multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR), for finishing among the top 10 percent of teams in the nation, the league’s most since 2006.

Athletics…

• Boston University won the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup for the fifth straight year and eighth time in the last nine years after capturing a league-high tying six championships, three regular-season titles and three runner-up finishes during the 2009-10

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T CONFERENCE season. • Twenty-two America East student-athletes earned AllAmerica recognition, including one in men’s basketball, one each in men’s and women’s soccer, six in men’s lacrosse, seven in women’s lacrosse, one each in field hockey and softball and four in cross country/track & field. • A record six America East men’s and women’s basketball teams qualified for the postseason: Boston University men (CBI), Boston University women (WNIT), Hartford women (NCAA), Stony Brook men (NIT), Vermont men (NCAA) and Vermont women (NCAA). • Stony Brook men’s lacrosse climbed to No. 7 in the nation and reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship after an 9-7 victory over Denver in the first round. • Boston University softball and Stony Brook baseball each won a game in its respective NCAA Championship. The Terriers downed UMass, while the Seawolves upended N.C. State. • Binghamton men’s tennis climbed to No. 43 in the nation while Sven Vloedgraven became the first America East tennis student-athlete to qualify for the NCAA individual championships.

Leadership…

• America East entered into a corporate sponsorship with Newman’s Own, Inc. and Newman's Own Foundation, which sponsored the first Campus Community Service Challenge to foster social good on the conference’s nine campuses and in surrounding communities. Over $100,000 was donated as part of the Challenge. • Hartford volleyball player Lindsay Makowicki and Stony Brook baseball player Stephen Marino were named the America East Male and Female Sportsmanship Award winners. • UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski was named one of the nation's "10 Best College Presidents" by Time Magazine. • Five America East institutions are ranked among the top 110 national universities according to the U.S News and World Report America's Best College Guide and UMBC was recognized as the top “Up-and-Coming” university in the country. • Several former America East athletes have made a positive impact in the professional ranks: • Former Hartford men’s basketball star Vin Baker and three-time America East Player of the Year Reggie

Lewis, who captained the Boston Celtics at the time of his premature death, combined to make five NBA All-Star appearances during their careers. Three-time America East Player of the Year Malik Rose played 13 seasons with five teams and contributed to a pair of championships with the San Antonio Spurs. • Three-time All-America East selection Jose Juan Barea has played three season with the Dallas Mavericks and two-time Player of Year Marqus Blakely played with the Los Angeles Clippers’ summer league squad and earned a two-year contract. • Current women’s basketball coaches Jennifer Rizzotti (Hartford) and Cindy Blodgett (Maine) have appeared in WNBA action. • Hartford grad Jeff Bagwell belted 448 home runs in 15 seasons with the Houston Astros and was named the National League Rookie of the Year in 1991 and MVP in 1994. • Carlos Pena, the 1998 Baseball Scholar-Athlete at Northeastern, earned American League Comeback Player of the Year honors in 2007, won an American League Gold Glove at first base in 2008, made his first All-Star appearance in 2009 and finished with a league-leading 39 home runs. Minnesota Twins’ Joe Nathan, a former Academic All-American at Stony Brook, has been an All-Star four times and won the Rolaids Relief Man Award in 2009. • Several men’s soccer standouts have played professionally, both in the United States and abroad. Boston University graduate Andy Dorman played four seasons with the New England Revolution in MLS and has spent the last four years in the Scottish and English Premier Leagues. Two-time America East Goalkeeper of the Year Bouna Coundoul from Albany has played five seasons in MLS with the Colorado Rapids and New York Red Bulls and has 25 career shutouts. Steward Ceus (Albany) and Samuel Appiah (Boston University) were drafted by Colorado and the Houston Dynamo each of the last two years. • Boston University’s Mara Osher, a two-time all-conference honoree, and Casey Brown, the only three-time America East Defender of the Year, were drafted by the Washington Freedom and Boston Breakers of Women’s Professional Soccer, respectively.

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2010 america east in review 2010 AMERICA EAST FINAL STANDINGS

2010 AMERICA EAST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Feb. 15-21..........................................................................................Lauren Brummel, UMBC Feb. 22-28.......................................................................April Setterlund, Boston University Mar. 1-7...........................................................................April Setterlund, Boston University Mar. 8-14............................................................................................Lauren Brummel, UMBC Mar. 15-21...................................................................................Vicki Kavitsky, Stony Brook Mar. 22-28......................................................................April Setterlund, Boston University Mar. 29-Apr. 4..................................................................... Stephanie DeLuca, Binghamton Apr. 5-11.......................................................................................Vicki Kavitsky, Stony Brook Apr. 12-18................................................................................Deannie Plemon, Binghamton Apr. 19-25............................................................................................ Amanda Fefel, UMBC Apr. 26-May 2............................................................................Jessica Phillips, Binghamton May 3-9................................................................................ Emily Roesch, Boston University ......................................................................................................... Michelle Connors, Albany

2010 AMERICA EAST pitcherS OF THE WEEK Feb. 15-21......................................................................... Alyssa Struzenberg, Stony Brook Feb. 22-28...............................................................................................Allie Weiser, Albany Mar. 1-7.................................................................................................. Ashley Kelley, Maine Mar. 8-14.........................................................................................................Brittney Stratton Mar. 15-21........................................................................ Alyssa Struzenberg, Stony Brook Mar. 22-28............................................................................................. Ashley Kelley, Maine Mar. 29-Apr. 4................................................................... Cassidi Hardy, Boston University Apr. 5-11............................................................................ Alyssa Struzenberg, Stony Brook Apr. 12-18................................................................................ Kristen Emerling, Binghamton ............................................................................................. Cassidi Hardy, Boston University Apr. 19-25......................................................................... Alyssa Struzenberg, Stony Brook Apr. 26-May 2................................................................... Cassidi Hardy, Boston University May 3-9.............................................................................. Cassidi Hardy, Boston University

2010 AMERICA EAST ROOKIES OF THE WEEK Feb. 15-21..................................................................................... Jerrica Kang, Stony Brook Feb. 22-28...............................................................................................Allie Weiser, Albany Mar. 1-7............................................................................................... Heather Brown, UMBC Mar. 8-14........................................................................................Nicole Springer, Hartford Mar. 15-21............................................................................ Rhoda Marstellar, Binghamton Mar. 22-28..................................................................................Jessica Phillips, Binghamton Mar. 29-Apr. 4........................................................................... Whitney Tuthill, Binghamton Apr. 5-11.......................................................................................Taylor Cowan, Boston Univ. Apr. 12-18...................................................................................Jessica Phillips, Binghamton Apr. 19-25.................................................................................. Whitney Tuthill, Binghamton Apr. 26-May 2............................................................................Jessica Phillips, Binghamton May 3-9...................................................................................... Whitney Tuthill, Binghamton

2010 AMERICA EAST CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS Day 1 - Thursday, May 7 Game 1: No. 1 Boston Univ. 2, No. 4 Albany 0 Game 2: No. 2 Maine 5, No. 3 Stony Brook 1 Day 2 - Friday, May 14 Game 3: Boston Univ. 5, Maine 1 Game 4: Stony Brook 1, Albany 0 Game 5: Stony Brook 1, Maine 0 Day 3 - Saturday, May 15 Game 6: Stony Brook 2, Boston Univ. 0 Game 7: Boston Univ. 4, Stony Brook 1 All Games at Higher Seed

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Year Team 2002 Boston Univ. 2003 Boston Univ. 2004 Maine 2005 Albany 2006 Albany 2007 Albany 2008 Stony Brook 2009 Boston Univ. 2010 Boston Univ.

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School Boston Univ. Maine Stony Brook Albany Binghamton UMBC Hartford

America East Overall W L Pct. W L T Pct. 14 3 .824 35 22 0 .614 11 7 .611 23 28 0 .451 10 7 .588 32 21 1 .602 9 8 .529 20 23 0 .465 8 10 .444 24 19 0 .558 2008 Final standings 6 12 .333 25 24 0 .510 3 14 .176 16 24 0 .400

All-Conference First Team Name Cassidi Hardy Alyssa Struzenberg Deannie Plemon Gina Mason Alexis Souhlaris Vicki Kavitsky Terren Hall Jess Bergin April Setterlund Emily Thompson Nicole Springer Amanda Fefel

Pos. P P C 1B 2B SS 3B OF OF OF DP UT

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

School Boston Univ. Stony Brook Binghamton Albany Maine Stony Brook Maine Albany Boston Univ. UMBC Hartford UMBC

All-Conference Second Team Name Kristen Emerling Ashley Kelley Kat Smith Rachel Hebert Amanda Dilworth Emily Roesch Rachel Moeller Jessica Phillips Meghan Tucker Kali Burnham Lauren O’Malley Michelle Connors

Pos. P P C 1B 2B SS 3B OF OF OF DP UT

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

School Binghamton Maine Albany Boston Univ. Hartford Boston Univ. Boston Univ. Binghamton Binghamton Maine UMBC Albany

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AMERICA EAST CHAMPIONS Year Team 1992 Boston Univ. 1993 Boston Univ. 1994 Maine 1995 Hofstra 1996 Boston Univ. 1997 Boston Univ. 1998 Hofstra 1999 Hofstra 2000 Hofstra 2001 Hofstra

Record 28-23 33-23 28-23 32-12 36-13-1 35-17 33-23-1 43-18 35-22

Name Allie Weiser Kylie Apostolina Jessica Phillips Rhoda Marstellar Whitney Tuthill Taylor Cowan Nicole Springer Jess Oliveira Elizabeth Spoehr Heather Brown

Pos. P C OF P P UT DP OF P P

Cl. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

School Albany Albany Binghamton Binghamton Boston Univ. Boston Univ. Hartford Hartford Maine UMBC

MAJOR AWARD wInners Player of the Year............ April Setterlund, Boston Univ. Rookie of the Year.............. Cassidi Hardy, Boston Univ. Rookie of the Year..............Jessica Phillips, Binghamton Coach of the Year.............. Shawn Rychcik, Boston Univ.


2010 america east statistics 2010 AMERICA EAST STATISTICS BATTING AVERAGE 1. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 2. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) 3. Deannie Plemon (Binghamton) 4. Terren Hall (Maine) 5. Jessica Phillips (Binghamton)

Avg. .482 .416 .376 .370 .345

RUNS SCORED no. 1. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 63 2. Erica Casacci (Boston Univ.) 47 3. Rachel Hebert (Boston Univ.) 46 4. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) 43 5. Three tied at 38 RBI no. 1. Terren Hall (Maine) 53 2. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 51 3. Deannie Plemon (Binghamton) 44 4. Rachel Moeller (Boston Univ.) 40 5. Rachel Hebert (Boston Univ.) 37

team batting average No. Avg. 1. Boston University 57 .293 2. Binghamton 43 .278 3. Maine 51 .273 4. UMBC 49 .264 5. Hartford 40 .244 6. Albany 43 .241 7. Stony Brook 54 .238 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RUNS SCORED Boston University Binghamton Maine UMBC Stony Brook

325 212 205 193 178

HITS Boston University Maine UMBC Binghamton Stony Brook

457 376 359 324 318

HITS no. 1. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 80 2. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) 64 3. Terren Hall (Maine) 61 4. Eric Casacci (Boston Univ.) 57 Vicki Kavitsky (Stony Brook) 57

DOUBLES 1. Boston University 2. Binghamton 3. Maine 4. Albany UMBC

Doubles no. 1. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 19 2. Nicole Springer (Hartford) 14 3. Vicki Kavitsky (Stony Brook) 13 4. Jessica Phillips (Binghamton) 12 5. Three tied at 11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TRiPLES Boston University Binghamton UMBC Albany Hartford

14 8 7 4 3

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

home runs Boston University Binghamton UMBC Maine Albany

48 43 41 34 24

1. 2. 3. 5.

STOLEN BASES Albany Boston University Maine Stony Brook Hartford

62 54 48 48 33

TRIPLES no. 1. Stephanie Valencia (Binghamton) 5 2. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 4 3. Lauren Brummell (UMBC) 3 Rachel Hebert (Boston Univ.) 3 5. Six tied at 2 HOME RUNS no. 1. Jessica Phillips (Binghamton) 15 2. Deannie Plemon (Binghamton) 14 3. Terren Halll (Maine) 13 Amanda Fefel (UMBC) 13 5. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 12 WALKS no. 1. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 37 2. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) 25 3. Vicki Kavitsky (Stony Brook) 23 4. Amanda Dilworth (Hartford) 22 5. Two tied at 20 STOLEN BASES no. 1. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) 27 2. April Setterlund (Boston Univ.) 23 3. Jessica Bergin (Albany) 18 4. Andrianna Walraven (Albany) 16 5. Vicki Kavitsky (Stony Brook) 14

80 66 59 57 57

EARNed run average Stony Brook Binghamton Boston University Maine Albany

2.47 2.75 2.78 3.05 3.06

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opposing batting average Stony Brook Boston University UMBC Binghamton Maine

.221 .243 .247 .260 .262

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Batters struck out Stony Brook Boston University UMBC Albany Binghamton

368 335 312 225 212

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

earned run average 1. Alyssa Struzenberg (Stony Brook) 2. Kristen Emerling (Binghamton) 3. Brittney Stratton (Hartford) 4. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) 5. Cayleigh Montano (Maine)

Avg. 1.80 1.95 2.01 2.30 2.36

OPPOSING BATTING AVERAGE avg. 1. Alyssa Struzenberg (Stony Brook) .170 2. Cassidi Hardy (Boston Univ.) .205 3. Stephanie Weigman (UMBC) .225 4. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) .228 5. Leah McIntosh (Albany) .231 INNINGS PITCHED no. 1. Alyssa Struzenberg (Stony Brook) 214.1 2. Cassidi Hardy (Boston Univ.) 196.2 3. Stephanie Weigman (UMBC) 166.2 4. Whitney Tuthill (Boston Univ.) 131.0 5. Rhoda Marstellar (Binghamton) 126.1 batters struck out no. 1. Cassidi Hardy (Boston Univ.) 261 2. Alyssa Struzenberg (Stony Brook) 255 3. Stephanie Weigman (UMBC) 202 4. Rhoda Marstellar (Binghamton) 116 5. Leah McIntosh (Albany) 104 WINS no. 1. Alyssa Struzenberg (Stony Brook) 23 2. Cassidi Hardy (Boston Univ.) 20 3. Kristen Emerling (Binghamton) 14 4. Whitney Tuthill (Boston Univ.) 12 5. Stephanie Weigman (UMBC) 12 Saves no. 1. Amanda Fefel (UMBC) 4 Beth Spoehr (Maine) 4 3. Kate Price (Binghamton) 3 4. Casey Jacobs (Stony Brook) 2 Marissa Powell (Albany) 2 Games started no. 1. Alyssa Struzenberg (Stony Brook) 35 2. Cassidi Hardy (Boston Univ.) 33 3. Stephanie Weigman (UMBC) 25 4. Siera Sheehan (Hartford) 24 5. Rhoda Marstellar (Binghamton) 22 WALKS ALLOWED no. 1. Kate Price (Binghamton) 8 Casey Jacobs (Stony Brook) 8 3. Beth Spoehr (Maine) 12 4. Allie Weiser (Albany) 14 5. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) 15 Hits allowed no. 1. Cayleigh Montano (Maine) 49 2. Alexis Souhlaris (Maine) 64 3. Kate Price (Binghamton) 66 4. Brittney Stratton (Hartford) 70 5. Amanda Fefel (UMBC) 71

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The University SMall Classes, Big OPportunity • Hartford offers educational and career programs in 89 undergraduate and 33 graduate areas of study in its seven schools and colleges. • The campus provides the intimacy of a liberal arts college with the creativity and intellectual excitement of a university. • Hartford is home to 4,697 full-time undergraduates, 819 part-time undergraduates, and 1,696 graduate students, representing 48 states and 43 countries. • The full-time student-to-faculty ratio is 12:1. • The University of Hartford dates back to 1877, when the first of its original three schools was founded. • The Hartford Art School (1877), Hillyer College (1879), and The Hartt School (1920) joined in 1957 to form the University of Hartford.

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• Recent construction projects have provided new state-of-the-art spaces for residential, social and educational purposes, and have revamped and refurbished existing buildings. • Reputation and selectivity: More than 12,000 applications received annually, and the University’s acceptance rate is lower than at any time in its history. • Situated on a 340-acre, wooded, suburban campus, the University borders Hartford, West Hartford, and Bloomfield. Midway between Boston and New York City, downtown Hartford, only five miles away, is gaining a name for itself. • More than 100 groups, clubs, and organizations, including campus media, student government, fraternities and sororities add to student life. • The Hartt School and the Joseloff Gallery of the Hartford Art School are highly respected. Lincoln Theater, the Sports Center, and three auditoriums host numerous special events throughout the year.

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Hartford and the region • Economist Richard Florida has ranked Hartford in the “Top 20” of cool places to live, work, start a family and have fun. CONNECTICUT SCIENCE CENTER bushnell park & State Capitol

• Hartford is a two-hour drive from New York City or Boston. • Hartford’s XL Center and Comcast Theater offer top-name concerts and entertainment. • Hartford’s Bushnell and Hartford Stage Company offer traveling Broadway shows and other awardwinning productions.

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• West Hartford Center offers over 140 distinctive shops and popular restaurants with exciting events and festivals all year long. • Connecticut is home to the Connecticut Sun (WNBA), Hartford Wolfpack (AHL), New Britain Rock Cats (Minnesota Twins, MLB) and the Hartford Colonials (UFL).

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• The surrounding Connecticut countryside offers varied getaway possibilities including skiing, summer winery tours, fall festivals. • Two of the world’s largest casino and entertainment complexes, Foxwoods Resort & Casino and Mohegan Sun, are located in Connecticut.

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• The Basketball Hall of Fame, Six Flags New England and the Long Island Sound are less than an hour away from the University of Hartford campus.

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WALTER HARRISON university president G

rowth, vitality, and service to the community are key attributes of Walter Harrison’s first 10 years as president of the University of Hartford. Since his appointment as the University of Hartford’s fifth president in 1998, the University has experienced a period of energy and momentum unmatched in its history. President Harrison has overseen dramatic improvements in academic quality, finances, and

During President Harrison’s tenure, the University has undertaken a vigorous and comprehensive building campaign. Many of the University’s residence halls have been renovated, and Hawk Hall, the University’s new five-story, 208-bed residence for first-year students, was completed during the summer of 2007. The ovalshaped Alumni Plaza, constructed out of concrete of various colors and finishes, now provides students with a large gathering spot on the residential side of campus.

At the heart of this construction campaign are three major new additions to the University’s signature academic programs: The Renée Samuels Center of the Hartford Art School (opened in January 2007), the Integrated Science, Engineering, and Technology Complex (opened in 2005), and the Mort and Irma Handel Performing Arts Center (opened in September 2008), which houses the Dance and Theatre divisions of The Hartt School. The Handel fundraising. Center, located in the Upper Albany and Blue Hills neighborMore than 7,300 students (5,600 undergraduates and 1,700 hoods of Hartford, one mile east of the University’s campus, also graduate students) study at the seven schools and colleges of the contains space for community activities. University of Hartford, which is classified as a doctoral research– Two buildings have been renovated to house two of the Univerintensive university by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancesity’s leading liberal arts programs: Psychology (East Hall) and ment of Teaching. The institution has seen a 15 percent increase Communications and Cinema Studies (Abrahms Hall). In 2006, in undergraduate enrollment, and a 23-percent increase in dethe University opened new state-of-the-art athletic fields for socgrees awarded, over the past decade. A highly visible figure on cer, lacrosse, softball, and baseball. campus, President Harrison is known for his enthusiasm for student life and University activities, and is fondly referred to as Walt The University’s vibrant relationship with the Greater Hartford by many students. community is a hallmark of President Harrison’s tenure. The University has become a recognized leader in helping to improve

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public schools. It is the only private university in the country with two public magnet schools on campus—the University of Hartford Magnet School and the University High School of Science and Engineering. President Harrison’s community involvement is extensive. He serves on the boards of directors of the Connecticut Conference of Independent Colleges and the Hartford Consortium of Higher Education. He is currently the president of the board of the Hartford Stage Company. He serves as trustee or director of a number of other Hartford-area organizations, including the Greater Hartford Arts Council, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, the Connecticut Science Center, and Suffield Academy. He is also a director of WorldBusiness Capital, an international finance firm based in Hartford. Reflecting his longtime interest in intercollegiate athletics, President Harrison chairs the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Committee on Academic Performance, the group charged with implementing academic reforms among the nation’s leading intercollegiate athletic programs, and serves on a number of other NCAA committees. He is the immediate past chair of the NCAA Executive Committee. He also serves on the Presidential Advisory Committee of the Association of Governing Boards. All this is a long way from President Harrison’s beginnings as a scholar of American literature and culture. A native of Pittsburgh, he graduated from Trinity College in Hartford in 1968, then earned a master’s degree from the University of Michigan in 1969. After an interim of three years to serve as a captain in the

United States Air Force, President Harrison earned a doctorate from the University of California–Davis. His doctoral dissertation, “Out of Play: Baseball Fiction from Pulp to Art,” was one of the earliest scholarly treatments of baseball and its place in American life. In 1982 President Harrison left full-time teaching to take an administrative position at Colorado College. He joined Gehrung Associates University Relations Counselors in 1985, becoming president of the firm shortly thereafter. In 1989 President Harrison moved to the University of Michigan, where he became vice president of university relations and secretary of the university. President Harrison and his wife, Dianne, a scholar of 19th-century Victorian literature and mystery literature, make their home in Russell House, the president’s residence at the University of Hartford.

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PAT MEISER SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

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at Meiser, in her 18th year at the University of Hartford, serves as the director of athletics and special assistant to the president. One of only 30 women director of athletics among the 335 institutions competing at the Division I level, In June of 2009 she was named the Northeast Region IAAA Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for the second time (2006), and in May of 1999, she was named one of the nation’s top 50 women’s sports executives by Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal.

volleyball) have won America East Conference championships and either reached NCAA Division I tournament or national postseason play. Basketball, in particular, has emerged with Meiser’s hiring of Jennifer Rizzotti. The women’s basketball team has been crowned America East Conference champion and reached the NCAA Tournament in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010. The men’s team set a school record with 18 wins in 2007-08 and advanced to the America East Championship finals for the first time in school history.

Revenue enhancement has also been an area of growth for Hartford under Meiser’s leadership. This has taken place through an expanded fund raising and alumni relations effort, development of a corporate sponsorship program, implementation of a licensing program and successful grant submissions. Most significantly, Hartford athletics embarked on a $10 million athletics capital campaign in April of 2003. The campaign, called Home Field Advantage, funded the renovation of the existing soccer and lacrosse field, the relocation and construction of a softball field, the construction of a baseball field and will include conAt Hartford, Meiser heads a team that is responsible for growing the struction of a track surrounding an all-purpose field. The ground breakathletics and academic quality of the program, enhancing revenue and ing for Home Field Advantage took place in April of 2005, and Phase I of the project was completed in 2007. Phase II is presently under way. extending the program into the community. Meiser’s commitment to academics is well documented and demonIn Meiser’s tenure, seven sports (women’s basketball, men’s soccer, strated through the success of her student-athletes. Hartford has been women’s soccer, men’s golf, women’s golf, men’s tennis and women’s among the leaders in The America’s East’s Academic Cup standings

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each of the past 10 years. The Hawks won the Cup in 1996-97. They Prior to joining the Hawks, Meiser was the associate athletics director have had a 3.0 or higher in fourteen of the last sixteen semesters. This for administration and senior women’s administrator at the University of Connecticut. During her 10 years at Connecticut, she played a pivotal past academic year, the average student-athlete GPA was 3.06. role in the rejuvenation of the athletics program. Student-athlete and staff engagement has been important for Meiser. She is past chair of the Greater Hartford Convention and Visitors Bu- Before arriving at Connecticut, Meiser was the head women’s basketreau. Her appointment came at a critical time as the city opened a $350 ball coach and a tenured faculty member at Penn State (1971-81). She million convention center. Meiser was named a Connecticut “Woman of gave the first women’s basketball scholarship at Penn State in 1974 and Merit” by the Girl Scouts in June 2000. She is a board member of both advanced the program to Top-20 status in the late 1970s. In addition, the Connecticut Special Olympics and the YMCA. She is a former board she coached the Gold Medal-winning East team in the inaugural 1979 member of the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame. While serving in National Sports Festival. 2007, Meiser served as Co-Chair of the CWHF Gala that celebrated the 35th anniversary of Title IX. The evening brought together four hun- Meiser holds a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education dred of the top female Olympians and national champions with ties to (1969) from West Chester University and a M.Ed. in education (1971) and an MBA in business administration (1986) from Penn State. She is the state of Connecticut. a native of Lancaster, PA, and has four children: Katherine, 38, wife of Meiser has also been involved with various intercollegiate committees Jason Steadman of London; Christopher, 36, husband of Renee Jansen, and organizations at the conference, regional and national levels. She Boston; Julie, 34, wife of Robert Rioux of State College, PA; and Daniel, serves on the Executive Committee of NACDA and is a past President of 31, West Hartford. She also three grandchildren, Lincoln (5) and Lyle the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association (NACDA), has been a and Josephine, both one. professional sport liaison, member of the soccer rules committee and active as a NCAA Certification representative. Over the years, she has also served a variety of roles in the America East Conference and is presently chair of the Executive Committee.

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JEFF BAGWELL

Hartford Athletics HISTORY and hawks in the pros The University of Hartford celebrates its 27th year competing at the Division I level in 2009-10. Division I competition in all sports began in 1984-85, and the ensuing 26 years have been keynoted by success. The following is a sampling of some of the achievements. Hartford has fielded NCAA or national tournament teams in six sports: women’s basketball (2002, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010), men’s golf (198595, 2001, 2007), women’s soccer (1989-92, 1994-95, 1997-2002, 2006), men’s soccer (1991-92, 1996), men’s tennis (2002) and women’s volleyball (1993). The Hawks have also received ECAC postseason bids in baseball (1988, 1992) and volleyball (1991). The Hawks sport conference champions in seven sports: women’s basketball (2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008), men’s soccer (1991, 1992, 1996, 1999), women’s soccer (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2006), men’s golf (1988-95, 2001-02, 2004, 2006-07), men’s tennis (1990, 1991, 1995, 2002), women’s golf (2005) and women’s volleyball (1993).

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In addition to team success, Hartford players and coaches have received a multitude of individual honors. The awards have ranged from All-American distinction and national Coach of the Year honors to conference Player of the Year, All-Conference, individual tournament championships and others. All-Americans have been crowned in the following sports: baseball (2), men’s basketball (1), men’s golf (6), men’s lacrosse (3), men’s soccer (2) and women’s soccer (11).


Three former Hartford student-athletes stand out among those who have played professionally. Vin Baker, who starred as an All-American on the basketball court for the Hawks, played 13 seasons in the NBA. A four-time NBA All-Star, he averaged 15.0 points and 7.4 rebounds per game in 791 career games. Baker was picked eighth overall in the June 1993 NBA draft. At the time he was the highest draft pick ever from a Connecticut college or university. Jeff Bagwell, who played third base for Hartford from 1987 to 1989 and is the New England career leader in batting average at .413, played first base for the Houston Astros. In his 16 years with the Astros he hit .297 with 449 home runs and 1,529 runs batted in. He ranks among Houston’s career leaders in batting average, slugging percentage, home runs and RBI. He was the 1994 National League MVP, 1991 Rookie of the Year, and was a four-time All-Star (1994, 1996, 1997, 1999).

in earnings in three of the past six seasons, and he played on the United States President’s Cup team in 2003. In 2002, Kelly was sixth on the PGA money list and finished in the Top 25 at 13 tournaments, including wins at the Sony Open in Hawaii and the Advil Western Open. Men’s golfers Tim Petrovic and Patrick Sheehan have also enjoyed success on the PGA Tour. Petrovic, now in his seventh season, broke through in 2005 with his first career victory at the Zurich Classic. Sheehan is in his fifth year on the PGA Tour and has topped $3 million in career earnings. Other Hartford athletes who are currently playing in the professional ranks include Tracey Kelusky (National Lacrosse League), Earl Snyder (minor league baseball), Chris Doyle (USL First Division soccer), Daniel Antunez (USL), Saralyn Smith (AVP), Rory Glaves (NLL), Todd Richard (NLL), Derek Suddons (NLL), Jason Clark (NLL), Josh Wasson (NLL) and Matt Holman (NLL).

Men’s golfer Jerry Kelly, who topped the Nike Tour in earnings in 1995, has been impressive in his 12 years playing on the PGA Tour. He’s topped $2 million

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athletic facilities The University of Hartford honored the long-time commitment of Tom and Suzy Reich to the University’s Department of Athletics by naming the western portion of the Sports Center complex, “The Reich Family Pavilion.” The dedication ceremony was held in April 2004. The Pavilion was dedicated to the memory of Barbara J. Reich. “Tom and Suzy have a wonderful track record of making a difference in the lives of our young people,” said University President Walter Harrison. In addition to a $2 million lead gift to the University’s “Home Field Advantage” Campaign (which supported the construction of the outdoor athletics complex), the Reich family’s record of giving has included money for scholarships, grants, and annual support to various programs in the Department of Athletics. The Reich Family Athletics Development Fund, established in memory of Tom’s late wife, Barbara, provides student-athletes from the University’s less highly profiled teams with scholarships. This past year, six student-athletes benefited from the Reich’s generosity. “Tom and Suzy also give in ways that can’t be measured financially - through their time, leadership, personal energy and support. They are our biggest fans,” said Director of Athletics Patricia H. Meiser.

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Included in the Reich Family Pavilion is the 3,508-seat Chase Arena, home to the University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. Both the Chase Arena and the Reich Family Pavilion are part of the bigger Sports Center, which opened in 1990. With the opening, the University of Hartford reached a milestone: the ability to provide a comprehensive athletics complex that not only showcases the University’s intercollegiate programs but also provides resources for the entire campus community. The Sports Center encompasses 130,000 square feet of space and provides a home for intercollegiate and intramural athletics, fitness and health-related activities, and recreation and socializing for students, faculty, staff, and alumni. About 5,000 individuals alone use the Sports Center for wellness alternatives. The Sports Center features an indoor swimming pool; courts for volleyball, badminton, squash, and racquetball; two multipurpose rooms for intramural and recreational use, and two fitness and weight rooms. Six lighted tennis courts and an outdoor swimming pool are located behind the Sports Center, adjacent to the new outdoor athletics facility.

and draw an estimated 100,000 people to the campus. Most recently, the Sports Center hosted a democratic rally in support of gubernatorial candidate Dan Malloy, which included a visit from former president Bill Clinton. Located directly behind the Sports Center is a newly constructed outdoor athletics facility, which houses Al-Marzook Field (soccer, lacrosse) and the campus baseball and softball field. All three fields are turf surfaces, while an all-grass recreation field has also been constructed and can be used for team practices as well as intramural and recreation activities.

The Sports Center also offers such amenities as a pro shop, meeting rooms, concession areas, saunas, locker rooms, and a study hall for student-athletes. A newly constructed women’s basketball suite was completed in the fall of 2008. Included is a state of the art lockerroom, a lounge and a multimedia room for the team to breakdown video. The multimedia room also serves as the media room for postgame press conferences. The facility serves the community throughout the year by hosting numerous regional and national activities, including trade shows, high school graduations, dinners, and many other outside athletics events. Some 25 external events take place each year

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university o strength and c m o r f d r A w on d C o n d i t i o n i n g a . . h . t r g e n s e u r o t S o ac h D a v e H C

The philosophy we endorse as part of the Hartford Hawks strength and conditioning program is quite simple. We are seeking the best gains, in the least amount of time, in the safest way possible. All training sessions are supervised by the strength and conditioning staff to augment results and reduce any chance for injury. We endorse a variety of modalities, and forms of training, and are constantly looking to improve the program to make it more efficient. As a student-athlete your time will be limited due to class schedule, practice time, travel, homework, eating, sleeping, and hopefully some form of a social life.

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of hartford conditioning The voluntary training cards provided are basic routines that follow similar protocols you will experience on campus. However, we have simplified them to meet the equipment you most likely will have available to utilize during the summer training period. When you come to campus you will be exposed to the full effects and direction of the strength and conditioning program. All student-athletes at the University of Hartford will experience mental, and physical, challenges that will push them well beyond what each individual thought was possible. Ultimately, the student-athlete is responsible for their success or failure. We as coaches are here to provide a training plan, and guide you.

Following the rules behind the strength and conditioning program will help you achieve the top five reasons for training. The training methods we endorse may be unorthodox, but they will assure we are both overloading and being progressive with all training protocols. The strength and conditioning routines at the University of Hartford are brief and intense out of necessity. Once again, our goal remains to maximize training in the least amount of time. Make the commitment to your team. Have laser-focus on goals. Get locked in. This unrelenting approach will make the difference in all phases of training.

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Four full-time sports medicine professionals provide a comprehensive list of services, including injury care and rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, drug and alcohol education, and general personal health advisement. The goal of the sports medicine department is to provide the student athletes at the University of Hartford with the best health care possible. We remain committed to the continuous upgrading of the education, clinical skill development and equipment used in the delivery of sports medicine services. Our philosophy is that the needs of the student athletes will always be the first consideration for all members of the sports medicine staff.

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Heather Patterson Assistant Trainer

of hartford medicine The sports medicine staff is aided by a wide range of equipment for the prevention of injuries and the rehabilitation and conditioning of student-athletes. A weight room, used solely by student-athletes and supervised by the training staff and a strength and conditioning professional, is housed in the sports medicine wing of the Sports Center.

Elizabeth Hutchinson Assistant Trainer

The sports medicine staff is supported by a network of highly qualified medical and counseling professionals practicing in the Greater Hartford area. Student Health Services staff, also located in the Sports Center, work in concert with the sports medicine staff in providing student-athletes with a full complement of coverage. hartford hawks softball

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ALL-TIME RESULTS VS. OPPONENTS OPPONENT Adelphi AIC Akron Albany Aquinas Army Assumption Aurora Bentley Bethune Cookman Binghamton Boston College Boston Univ. Bowling Green Bradley Brown Bryant Butler Campbell Central CT Charleston Southern Cleveland State Colgate Columbia Connecticut Coppin State Cornell C.W. Post Dartmouth Dayton Delaware Delaware State Drexel .Eastern Conn. Eastern Kentucky E. Tennessee St. Elms Fairleigh Dickenson Fairfield Florida A&M

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W L 0 1 2 2 1 2 11 16 0 1 3 2 1 3 1 1 0 2 0 2 14 13 5 10 10 44 0 1 0 0 6 13 1 1 1 2 0 1 30 28 0 1 0 1 4 5 2 0 0 17 1 0 7 10 2 4 7 2 2 0 9 12 1 0 12 15 0 4 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 17 17 0 1

T PCT. 0 .000 0 .500 0 .333 0 .407 0 .000 0 .600 0 .250 0 .500 0 .000 0 .000 0 .582 0 .333 0 .185 0 .000 1 .500 0 .316 0 .500 0 .333 0 .000 0 .517 0 .000 0 .000 0 .444 0 1.000 1 .028 0 1.000 0 .412 0 .333 0 .778 0 1.000 0 .429 0 1.000 0 .444 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .500 0 .000

OPPONENT W L Florida Atlantic 0 4 Florida International 0 6 Fordham 1 3 Geneva College 1 0 George Washington 1 0 Hampton 0 1 Harvard 2 3 Hofstra 1 16 Holy Cross 20 8 Husson 2 0 Iona 0 1 Iowa 0 2 Lafayette 3 1 Lehigh 1 1 LeMoyne 2 0 Liberty 1 0 LIU-Brooklyn 1 0 Maine 16 38 Manhattan 3 1 Marist 9 10 Massachusetts 1 22 UMass-Dartmouth 1 0 Messiah 1 0 Michigan State 0 2 Middle Tenn. 0 1 Mississippi Valley State 0 1 Missouri Baptist 2 0 Morehead State 1 1 New Haven 2 13 New York Tech 0 2 Niagara 2 2 Norfolk State 3 1 North Carolina A&T 1 0 North Dakota 1 0 Nova Southeastern 0 2 Nyack 1 0 Pace 4 6 Pittsburg 0 1 Post 2 4 Providence 11 13

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T PCT. 0 .000 0 .000 0 .250 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .400 0 .059 0 .714 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .750 0 .500 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .296 0 .750 0 .474 1 .062 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .500 0 .133 0 .000 0 .500 0 .750 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .400 0 .000 0 .333 0 .458

OPPONENT W L Quinnipiac 6 7 Rhode Island 14 24 Rider 2 0 Russell Sage 1 0 Sacred Heart 12 12 Seton Hall 2 1 Siena 5 2 S. Carolina Upstate 0 1 Southern CT 12 3 Springfield 0 2 St. Bonaventure 0 5 St. John’s 5 2 St. Josephs 1 0 St. Peters 3 2 St. Thomas 1 0 St. Thomas Aquinas 2 0 Stetson 0 2 Stony Brook 10 18 Tenn. Tech 0 1 Texas Tech 0 1 Towson 9 8 Trinity 2 0 Troy State 0 2 Tufts 2 0 Vermont 29 26 Wagner 0 1 West Chester 2 0 Western Alabama 1 0 West. New England 0 2 Wheaton 2 0 Williams 2 0 UMBC 9 13 UNC-Wilmington 0 1 UW-Green Bay 2 2 Virginia Tech 0 3 W. Liberty State 2 0 Yale 5 12 Youngstown St. 0 2

T PCT. 0 .462 1 .372 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .500 0 .667 0 .714 0 .000 0 .800 0 .000 0 .000 0 .714 0 1.000 0 .600 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 .357 0 .000 0 .000 0 .529 0 1.000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .527 0 .000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .409 0 .000 0 .500 0 .000 0 1.000 0 .294 0 .000


YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1984 OVERALL RECORD: 4-14 Coach: Annette Fortune

1987 OVERALL RECORD: 10-10 Coach: Dave Johnson

3/28 4/3 4/8 4/10 4/12 4/18 4/19 4/27 4/28 4/29

4/2 PACE (DH) W, 2-1; W, 5-0 4/9 MASSACHUSETTS (DH) W, 3-1; L, 1-6 4/10 CENTRAL CONN. (DH) W, 9-0; W, 1-0 4/12 FAIRFIELD (DH) W, 3-1; W, 7-2 4/15 at Providence (DH) L, 0-6; L, 1-2 4/21 at Post (DH) L, 2-3; W, 3-2 4/23 at Connecticut (DH) L, 1-3; L, 0-4 4/25 at Sacred Heart (DH) W, 3-1; L, 0-10 4/30 at Quinnipiac (DH) W, 1-0; L, 1-4 4/31 at New Haven (DH) L, 7-8; L, 0-4

at Southern Conn. (DH) NEW HAVEN (DH) at Springfield (DH) at Central Conn. (DH) TRINITY QUINNIPIAC at Sacred Heart (DH) ASSUMPTION (DH) BRYANT (DH) at Bentley (DH)

W, 6-1; L, 2-6 L, 3-4; L, 1-2 L, 1-8; L, 0-12 L, 1-11; L, 1-9 W, 5-2 L, 1-10 L, 0-3; L, 0-7 W, 9-1; L, 0-6 W, 7-1; L, 0-4 L, 1-3; L, 1-9

1985 OVERALL RECORD: 5-17 Coach: Annette Fortune

1988 OVERALL RECORD: 11-11 Coach: Dave Johnson

4/2 4/4 4/6 4/9 4/10 4/11 4/17 4/20 4/24 4/27 4/30 5/1

3/29 at Boston College (DH) L, 0-4; L, 0-1 3/31 YALE (DH) L, 5-8; W, 8-0 4/5 at Central Conn. (DH) L, 1-2; W, 3-0 4/7 at Massachusetts (DH) L, 0-5; L, 2-6 4/9 at Pace (DH) L, 1-3; W, 3-2 4/11 at Fairfield (DH) W, 6-3 (11); W, 3-2 4/17 POST (DH) L, 1-2; W, 2-1 (8) 4/19 CONNECTICUT (DH) L, 0-2; L, 0-11 4/21 at Rhode Island (DH) W, 5-1; W, 3-0 (9) 4/26 PROVIDENCE (DH) W, 1-0 (10); W, 8-4 4/30 NEW HAVEN (DH) W, 5-3; L, 3-5

at New Haven (DH) W, 4-3; L, 0-3 at AIC (DH) L, 0-5; W, 4-3 at New York Tech (DH) L, 1-5; L, 2-3 CENTRAL CONN. (DH) L, 0-6; L, 1-4 at Yale (DH) L, 1-4; L, 0-4 at Trinity W, 8-3 at Western New England L, 5-6 at Eastern Conn. (DH) L, 0-1; L, 0-2 at Connecticut (DH) L, 0-2; L, 1-8 SOUTHERN CONN. (DH) W, 6-2; W, 5-1 at Sacred Heart (DH) L, 0-8; L, 0-6 at Assumption (DH) L , 4-9; L, 1-9

1986 OVERALL RECORD: 8-22 Coach: Dave Johnson 3/25 3/27 4/1 4/3 4/5 4/8 4/10 4/14 4/18 4/19 4/24 4/26 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/3

at Fairfield W, 10-8 EASTERN CONN. (DH) L, 3-11; L, 0-8 NEW HAVEN (DH) L, 1-4; L, 0-3 at Pace (DH) L, 0-1 (11); L, 2-3 YALE (DH) W, 6-0; W, 2-0 at Central Conn. (DH) L, 1-2; W, 13-2 at Massachusetts (DH) L, 0-4; L, 0-5 AIC (DH) L, 2-4; W, 5-2 POST (DH) L, 0-4; L, 1-4 at Boston College (DH) L, 0-5; L, 1-3 CONNECTICUT (DH) L, 0-2; L, 0-9 at Southern Conn. (DH) W, 8-2; L, 0-3 SACRED HEART (DH) L, 0-11; L, 0-2 WESTERN NEW ENGLAND L, 1-2 QUINNIPIAC (DH) W, 4-3; L, 0-2 at Providence (DH) W, 2-1; L, 1-2

1989 OVERALL RECORD: 9-16 Coach: Irene Mach 4/1 4/4 4/12 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/27

at Yale (DH) at Central Conn. (DH) at C.W. Post (DH) SOUTHERN CONN. (DH) at New Haven VERMONT (DH) at Connecticut (DH) RHODE ISLAND (DH) PACE (DH) at Holy Cross (DH) MASSACHUSETTS (DH) at Providence (DH) at Quinnipiac (DH)

L, 5-6; L, 0-5 L, 0-7; L, 1-10 L, 0-5; L, 3-4 W, 1-0; W, 5-2 L, 0-12 L, 1-3; L, 3-12 L, 0-4; L, 0-7 W, 4-0; W, 4-2 L, 1-5; L, 0-10 W, 2-0; W, 8-0 L, 3-8; L, 1-4 W, 2-0; W, 3-0 W, 3-0; L, 1-4

1990 OVERALL RECORD: 10-22 Coach: Irene Mach 4/4

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L, 0-3; L, 3-10

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at Massachusetts (DH) L, 1-9; L, 1-3 at Boston College (DH) W, 3-2; L, 1-2 C.W. POST (DH) L, 1-2; W, 4-3 FAIRFIELD (DH) W, 2-1; L, 1-7 at Southern Conn. (DH) W, 5-1; W, 15-10 NEW HAVEN (DH) L, 1-7; L, 2-6 at Rhode Island (DH) L, 0-1; L, 1-2 at Brown (DH) L, 2-5; L, 4-5 vs. Adelphi L, 1-3 vs. Maine W, 3-2 HOLY CROSS (DH) W, 4-1; L, 0-3 QUINNIPIAC (DH) L, 1-2; W, 5-4 PROVIDENCE (DH) W, 4-2; W, 3-2 CONNECTICUT (DH) L, 0-10; L, 0-8 BOSTON UNIVERSITY (DH) L, 5-6; L, 10-14 at Vermont (DH) L, 0-2; L, 0-3

1991 OVERALL RECORD: 5-23-1 Coach: Irene Mach 4/3 CENTRAL CONN. (DH) W, 9-3; L, 4-6 4/4 MASSACHUSETTS (DH) L, 1-7; L, 0-9 4/6 BOSTON COLLEGE (DH) L, 5-8; L, 2-5 4/7 at Boston University (DH) L, 1-6; L, 4-5 4/10 at Fairfield (DH) L, 7-9; L, 4-5 4/11 SOUTHERN CONN. (DH) W, 12-2; L, 4-10 4/13 PACE (DH) W, 11-0; L. 1-6 4/14 at New Haven (DH) L, 1-2; L, 2-7 4/16 at C.W. Post (DH) L, 6-9; W, 1-0 4/17 RHODE ISLAND (DH) L, 1-2; T, 9-9 4/19 vs. Brown L, 2-7 4/19 vs. Maine L, 0-3 4/20 vs. Harvard L, 0-2 4/23 at Holy Cross (DH) L, 2-3; L, 1-4 4/25 at Quinnipiac (DH) W, 7-1; L, 2-8 5/4 VERMONT (DH) L, 4-6; L, 0-4

1992 OVERALL RECORD: 21-18 Coach: Trish Wodatch NAC: 2-6 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19

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at Yale (DH) W, 5-2; L, 2-3 at Massachusetts (DH) L, 0-5; L, 0-15 at Brown (DH) L, 0-1; L, 0-1 FAIRFIELD (DH) W, 10-0; W, 11-3 BOSTON UNIV. (DH) W, 2-0; L, 1-3 PROVIDENCE (DH) L, 0-2 (12); L, 2-15 at Southern Conn. (DH) W, 5-1; W, 3-1 at Delaware (DH) L, 2-3; W, 3-2 at Drexel (DH) L, 1-4; L, 2-7 MARIST (DH) W, 10-2; W, 7-0 at Central Conn. L, 0-2 HOLY CROSS (DH) W, 12-2; W, 10-0 at Rhode Island (DH) W, 2-1; W, 4-2 VERMONT (DH) L, 0-3; L, 4-7 BOSTON COLLEGE (DH) W, 4-0; W, 5-1 CONNECTICUT (DH) L, 0-5; L, 1-4

1993 OVERALL RECORD: 9-24 Coach: Trish Wodatch NAC: 0-7 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/17 3/18 3/18 4/6 4/13 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/1 5/2

vs. Tenn. Tech vs. Lehigh vs. Aurora vs. Niagara vs. St. Peter’s vs. Niagara vs. Seton Hall at Providence (DH) at Marist (DH) BROWN (DH) at Maine * at Boston Univ. (DH) * at Holy Cross (DH) at Fairfield (DH) DREXEL (DH) * DELAWARE (DH) * at Central Conn. (DH) RHODE ISLAND (DH) MASSACHUSETTS (DH) vs. Maine & vs. Drexel & vs. Maine &

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

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vs. St. Joseph’s W, 7-6 vs. St. Thomas W, 5-0 vs. UMass-Dartmouth W, 15-7 vs. North Dakota W, 12-3 vs. Marist L, 0-2 vs. Elms W, 7-6 vs. Aurora W, 4-3 vs. Butler W, 7-2 CORNELL (DH) W, 9-4; W, 7-1 at Massachusetts (DH) L, 0-5; L, 0-5 at Boston College (DH) L, 2-9; W, 1-0 at Central Conn. (DH) L, 0-1; L, 2-3 at Brown (DH) L, 1-5; W, 2-1 MARIST (DH) W, 1-0; W, 5-2 at Delaware (DH) * L, 3-4; L, 1-2 at Drexel (DH) * W, 4-1; W, 10-6 HOLY CROSS (DH) W, 6-4; W, 4-0 at Rhode Island (DH) W, 6-4; L, 0-4 MAINE (DH) * L, 2-3; L, 3-5 BOSTON UNIV. (DH) * L, 0-2; W, 1-0 HARVARD (DH) W, 4-3 (12); W, 6-3 FAIRFIELD (DH) W, 4-0; W, 3-2 VERMONT (DH) * W, 2-1; W, 6-3 CENTRAL CONN. (DH) W, 3-0; L, 0-13 vs. Drexel & L, 1-3 vs. Delaware & W, 2-1 vs. Vermont & L, 2-3

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1995 OVERALL RECORD: 28-18-1 Coach: Trish Wodatch NAC: 6-6 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/28 4/1 4/6 4/7

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L, 0-1 T, 2-2 W, 9-0 W, 12-5 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 W, 10-6 W, 16-0 W, 4-2 W, 4-3 W, 7-4; W, 5-0 W, 8-3; W, 8-1 L, 0-1 L, 2-3 (11); L, 3-7

4/9 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/25 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/2 5/5 5/5 5/6 5/6 5/7

at Fairfield (DH) BROWN (DH) HOFSTRA (DH) * at Vermont (DH) * MASSACHUSETTS at Holy Cross (DH) at Boston Univ. (DH) * at Maine (DH) * at Harvard (DH) BOSTON COLLEGE (DH) DREXEL (DH) * DELAWARE (DH) * SIENA (DH) DREXEL & HOFSTRA & VERMONT & MAINE & HOFSTRA &

W, 8-2; W, 8-2 W, 2-0; L, 3-5 L, 1-3; L, 1-2 L, 1-5; L, 0-8 L, 1-6 W, 2-1; W, 5-0 L, 1-3; L, 3-5 W, 3-1; W, 6-1 L, 2-4; L, 0-2 W, 2-0; L, 0-5 W, 7-0; W, 2-1 W, 4-3; W, 3-1 L, 1-4; W, 11-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-1 W, 3-0 W, 5-0 L, 3-4

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1996 OVERALL RECORD: 12-23-1 Coach: Trish Wodatch NAC: 3-11 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/30 3/31 4/5 4/6 4/9 4/13 4/19 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/27

vs. Morehead State vs. Maine vs. Rhode Island vs. Youngstown State vs. Georgia vs. W. Alabama vs. UW-Green Bay vs. Army vs. Troy State vs. Brown CORNELL (DH) VERMONT (DH) at Delaware (DH) * at Towson (DH) * at Massachusetts (DH) HOFSTRA (DH) * at Maine (DH) * BOSTON UNIV. (DH) * HOLY CROSS (DH) CENTRAL CONN. (DH) DREXEL (DH) * vs. Connecticut vs. Boston College

W, 9-0 L, 3-7 L, 8-9 L, 0-4 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 L, 1-2 W, 3-2 L, 0-1 L, 2-12 W, 4-2; W, 11-6 L, 1-5; L, 1-4 W, 5-4; L, 3-9 W, 6-2; L, 2-6 L, 1-6; T, 4-4 L, 0-7; L, 0-2 L, 6-7; L, 4-12 L, 0-1; L, 0-2 W, 2-1; W, 2-1 W, 6-1; L, 3-8 W, 3-0; L, 0-2 L, 0-14 L, 2-3


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1997 OVERALL RECORD: 12-24 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 2-8 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/28 3/29 4/5 4/6 4/10 4/11 4/15 4/17 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/29

vs. Rhode Island vs. Morehead State vs. Texas Tech vs. UW-Green Bay vs. Middle Tenn. vs. LIU-Brooklyn vs. Troy State vs. Army vs. Vermont vs. Liberty at Drexel (DH) * at Hofstra (DH) * at Dartmouth (DH) at Boston Univ. (DH) * ST. JOHN’S (DH) at Central Conn. (DH) BROWN (DH) FAIRFIELD (DH) at Holy Cross (DH) RHODE ISLAND (DH) TOWSON (DH) * DELAWARE (DH) * PROVIDENCE (DH)

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

1998 OVERALL RECORD: 17-22-1 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 6-6 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/25 3/26 3/29 4/1 4/5 4/6 4/9

vs. St. Peter’s (DH) W, 3-2 (11); L, 0-12 vs. Missouri Baptist W, 13-5 vs. Missouri Baptist W, 13-4 vs. Florida International (DH) L, 0-3; L, 0-2 vs. Michigan State L, 0-9 vs. Florida Atlantic L, 0-5 vs. Michigan State L, 1-11 vs. Florida Atlantic L, 0-4 at Connecticut (DH) L, 0-9; T, 2-2 at St. John’s (DH) W, 6-0; W, 9-4 CORNELL (DH) L, 3-11; L, 2-3 (10) at Brown L, 1-8 at Towson (DH) * W, 5-0; W, 1-0 at Delaware (DH) * L, 1-4; W, 3-0 at Dartmouth (DH) W, 7-4; W, 9-2

4/9 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/24

CENTRAL CONN. BOSTON UNIV. (DH) * at Fairfield (DH) MASSACHUSETTS (DH) VERMONT (DH) * at Maine (DH) * FORDHAM (DH) at Rhode Island (DH) DREXEL (DH) *

W, 9-0 W, 2-1; L, 2-9 L, 0-2; L, 2-8 L, 0-4; L, 0-10 W, 4-3; L, 3-4 L, 2-3; L, 2-3 L, 4-5; W, 11-3 W, 7-0; W, 14-6 L, 2-3; W, 4-2

1999 OVERALL RECORD: 21-24 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 3-11 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/20 3/24 3/27 4/3 4/6 4/7 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/16 4/18 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/2 5/4

vs. West Liberty St. (DH) W, 12-1; W, 17-1 vs. Geneva College W, 2-1 at Florida Atlantic (DH) L, 0-8; L, 0-8 at Florida International (DH) L, 0-4; L, 2-10 at Bethune Cookman (DH) L, 2-3; L, 4-6 vs. Nova Southeastern (DH) L, 1-6; L, 3-8 at Marist (DH) W, 1-0; W, 3-2 at Providence (DH) L, 0-2; W, 2-0 CORNELL (DH) L, 1-3; L, 4-5 ST. JOHN’S (DH) W, 3-1; W, 3-0 QUINNIPIAC (DH) L, 5-10; W, 12-7 at Hofstra (DH) * L, 0-8; L, 3-4 at Drexel (DH) * L, 2-9; L, 2-3 DARTMOUTH (DH) W, 5-1; W, 7-2 at Central Conn. (DH) W, 7-1; W, 6-1 TOWSON (DH) * W, 6-2; W, 8-5 DELAWARE (DH) * L, 1-12; L, 2-3 at Vermont (DH) * L, 1-6; L, 2-5 RHODE ISLAND (DH) W, 4-1; W, 8-6 BROWN (DH) W, 7-5; W, 4-0 MAINE (DH) * L, 1-9; L, 1-4 at Boston Univ. (DH) * L, 0-2; W, 3-1 at Sacred Heart (DH) W, 6-1; L, 0-3

2000 OVERALL RECORD: 12-30 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 7-17 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/25 3/26 4/1

vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (DH) W, 7-0; W, 12-2 at Florida International L, 0-5 at Florida International L, 1-3 vs. Colgate (DH) L, 5-6; L, 3-4 vs. Colgate (DH) W, 8-5; L, 2-11 at Drexel (DH) * W, 1-0; L, 0-2 at Drexel (DH) * W, 3-1; L, 0-3 MAINE (DH) * L, 0-4; L, 1-2

4/2 4/5 4/8 4/10 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/19 4/27 4/29 4/30 5/2 5/6 5/7

MAINE (DH) * at Central Conn. (DH) at Boston Univ. (DH) * at Boston Univ. (DH) * PROVIDENCE (DH) at Vermont (DH) * at Vermont (DH) * MARIST (DH) at Fairfield (DH) TOWSON (DH) * TOWSON (DH) * CENTRAL CONN. (DH) at Hofstra (DH) * at Hofstra (DH) *

L, 0-2; W, 4-1 W, 3-2; L. 0-1 L, 0-4; L, 0-7 L, 0-3; L, 0-2 L, 2-4; L, 3-5 W, 5-4; W, 3-0 L, 4-5; L, 0-3 L, 0-8; L, 7-10 L, 0-8; L, 2-10 W, 2-1; L, 0-4 W, 7-5; L, 4-7 W, 8-0; L, 0-6 L, 2-4; L, 4-5 L, 2-8; L, 1-6

2001 OVERALL RECORD: 16-22 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 13-13 3/17 3/22 3/24 3/25 4/3 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/26 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/5 5/6

vs. Husson (DH) at Virginia Tech (DH) at Delaware (DH) * at Delaware (DH) * at Providence (DH) at Maine (DH) * at Maine (DH) * VERMONT (DH) * VERMONT (DH) * DREXEL (DH) * DREXEL (DH) * at Marist (DH) at Rhode Island (DH) BOSTON UNIV. (DH) * BOSTON UNIV. (DH) * at Central Conn. (DH) HOFSTRA (DH) * at Towson (DH) * at Towson (DH) *

W, 8-0; W, 15-3 L, 0-7; L, 0-5 L, 2-3; W, 8-4 W, 2-0; W, 4-0 L, 2-3; L, 0-2 W, 5-1; W, 1-0 W, 1-0; L, 1-2 W, 2-1; W, 3-0 W, 4-1; W, 4-3 L, 0-2; L, 1-3 L, 1-5; W, 2-1 L, 2-3; L, 2-7 L, 0-1; L, 1-4 L, 0-6; L, 1-3 L, 0-8; L, 0-4 L, 0-7; W, 4-2 W, 4-3; L, 5-7 L, 1-5; L, 3-6 W, 4-1; L, 2-7

2002 Overall: 24-15-1 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 13-9 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/21 3/21 3/29 3/30

vs. St. Bonaventure vs. Akron vs. Stony Brook vs. Russell Sage at Nyack at Binghamton (DH) * at Binghamton (DH) *

L, 1-2 L, 1-5 W, 4-3 W, 9-0 W, 4-0 W, 2-0; W, 3-1 W, 4-1; L, 1-2

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YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 4/2 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/11 4/17 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/27 5/1 5/4 5/5 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/11

at Sacred Heart (DH) RHODE ISLAND MAINE (DH) * MAINE (DH) * CENTRAL CONN. (DH) at Fairfield (DH) at Stony Brook (DH) * at Vermont (DH) * at Vermont (DH) * STONY BROOK (DH) * at Boston Univ. (DH) * at Central Conn. (DH) ALBANY (DH) * ALBANY (DH) * vs. Maine & vs. Boston Univ. & vs. Albany & vs. Boston Univ. &

W, 3-2; W, 6-0 L, 0-2 L, 1-2; W, 1-0 L, 2-5; W, 1-0 W, 4-1; W, 7-0 L, 0-5; T, 4-4 L, 0-3; L, 4-5 L, 1-6; W, 7-5 W, 5-0; W, 11-7 W, 4-1; W, 5-0 L, 0-2; L, 0-2 W, 8-2; W, 4-2 W, 9-2; W, 1-0 L, 0-2; W, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-3 W, 2-0 L, 0-1

& - America East Tournament

2003 OVERALL RECORD: 7-26 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 5-16 3/14 3/14 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/26 3/28 3/29 4/3 4/14 4/15 4/16 4/19 4/20 4/23 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/4

vs. E. Tennessee State vs. UNC-Wilmington vs. Marist vs. Youngstown State vs. St. Bonaventure at Virginia Tech vs. Lehigh at Yale (DH) at Albany (DH) * at Albany * at Marist BOSTON UNIV. (DH) * VERMONT (DH) * VERMONT (DH) * BINGHAMTON (DH) * BINGHAMTON (DH) * at Stony Brook (DH) * CENTRAL CONN. (DH) STONY BROOK (DH) * at Maine (DH) * at Maine (DH) *

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L, 1-9 L, 6-9 W, 4-1 L, 2-5 L, 4-7 L, 1-11 L, 1-7 L, 1-4; L, 0-8 L, 0-4; L, 1-5 L, 3-6 L, 6-7 L, 5-6; L, 0-6 W, 8-3; W, 5-0 W, 8-7; W, 2-0 L, 0-3; W, 1-0 L, 2-4; L, 2-3 L, 0-4; L, 5-8 L, 1-3; W, 8-3 L, 2-7; L, 2-4 L, 3-6; L, 3-5 L, 0-3; L, 3-8

2004 OVERALL RECORD: 14-24 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 7-12 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/18 3/18 3/28 4/3 4/6 4/9 4/10 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/5 5/8 5/9

vs. Pittsburgh vs. E. Tennessee State vs. Towson vs. Akron at Hampton at Norfolk State (DH) at Fordham (DH) at Binghamton (DH) * at Fairfield (DH) at Vermont (DH) * at Vermont * ALBANY (DH) * ALBANY * RHODE ISLAND (DH) at Sacred Heart (DH) UMBC * UMBC (DH) * at Stony Brook * at Stony Brook * % at Boston Univ. (DH) * at Boston Univ. * at Central Conn. (DH) MARIST (DH) MAINE (DH) * MAINE *

L, 2-4 L, 9-10 L, 1-6 L, 5-10 L, 1-2 W, 11-3; W, 8-2 L, 4-5; L, 7-8 L, 2-3; L, 0-11 L, 1-4; L, 1-3 W, 16-2; W, 12-11 L, 0-2 L, 2-6; L, 1-11 L, 0-10 L, 7-10; W, 3-2 W, 1-0; L, 2-3 W, 4-2 W, 4-3; W, 8-3 L, 1-2 W, 1-0 L, 0-4; W, 5-4 L, 0-3 W, 5-1; W, 8-0 W, 4-3; L, 1-2 L, 2-6; L, 0-4 L, 5-9

% - at Stony Brook but counted as a home contest

2005 OVERALL RECORD: 17-18 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 8-10 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/24 3/24 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/14 4/16

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vs. Siena vs. Niagara vs. Iona vs. Cornell vs. Siena vs. Niagara vs. Cornell at Albany (DH) * vs. Sacred Heart (DH) at Maine (DH) * at Maine * vs. Rhode Island (DH) STONY BROOK * at UMBC *

W, 1-0 L, 0-4 L, 0-9 L, 4-5 L, 6-7 W, 8-0 L, 6-7 L, 2-7; L, 0-4 W, 8-1; W, 2-1 L, 1-7; W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 4-6; L, 9-10 W, 1-0 W, 8-5

4/17 4/20 4/21 4/25 4/28 5/1 5/2 5/5 5/8

at UMBC (DH) * at Yale (DH) at Fairfield (DH) BINGHAMTON (DH) * at Stony Brook (DH) * VERMONT (DH) * vs. Vermont * vs. Central Conn. (DH) BOSTON UNIV. (DH) *

L, 6-7; W, 5-4 L, 5-6; W, 3-2 W, 4-3; W, 6-3 W, 6-5; W, 8-0 L, 1-9; L, 4-5 W, 5-4; W, 6-4 L, 4-5 W, 6-0; W, 6-5 L, 2-6; L, 0-5

2006 OVERALL RECORD: 17-24 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 7-14 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/24 4/1 4/2 4/6 4/8 4/9 4/12 4/15 4/16 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/23 4/26 4/27 4/29 4/30 5/4 5/6 5/7

vs. Florida A&M L, 5-8 vs. Rhode Island L, 1-2 vs. Cornell L, 1-2 vs. UW-Green Bay W, 5-4 vs. Dartmouth W, 4-3 vs. Cornell L, 4-7 vs. Dartmouth L, 1-2 vs. Cornell W, 8-3 vs. Dartmouth L, 4-7 vs. UW-Green Bay L, 3-5 UMBC (DH) * L, 3-10; L, 1-13 (5) UMBC * W, 5-3 at Sacred Heart (DH) W, 7-3; W, 7-6 at Boston Univ. * L, 6-7 at Boston Univ. (DH) * W, 11-10; L, 1-11 (5) STONY BROOK (DH) * W, 5-4; L, 2-3 at Binghamton (DH) * L, 2-5; W, 9-8 at Binghamton * W, 7-5 FAIRFIELD (DH) W, 7-3; L, 4-3 (5) at Holy Cross (DH) W, 10-1; W, 11-4 MAINE (DH) * L, 4-8; L, 4-7 MAINE * L, 0-3 at Stony Brook * L, 2-5 RHODE ISLAND (DH) L, 0-9 (5); W, 10-4 at Vermont (DH) * W, 7-3; L, 0-8 (5) at Vermont * L, 5-6 (8) at Central Conn. (DH) W, 6-4; L, 4-7 ALBANY (DH) * L, 5-8; L, 0-6 ALBANY * W, 3-2

2007 OVERALL RECORD: 23-27 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 12-8 3/2 3/2

vs. St. Bonaventure vs. Providence

L, 0-8 W, 2-0


YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/ 15 3/17 3/17 3/25 3/28 3/31 4/1 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/14 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/25 4/26 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/5 5/6 5/10 5/11 5/11

vs. Brown L, 3-4 (9) vs. Campbell L, 4-9 vs. Bowling Green L, 3-8 vs. Charleston Southern L, 0-8 vs. Lafayette W, 4-0 vs. Butler L, 0-8 (5) vs. Dayton W, 10-3 vs. Columbia W, 2-0 vs. George Washington W, 2-0 vs. Colgate W, 4-2 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson W, 3-2 vs. Manhattan W, 14-4 vs. Yale L, 1-14 vs. Miss. Valley State L, 1-2 at Army (DH) L, 0-1; W, 4-1 at Rhode Island (DH) L, 7-9; L, 0-4 BINGHAMTON * W, 7-2; W, 3-1 BINGHAMTON * L, 2-6 FAIRFIELD L, 5-6 (8) VERMONT (DH) * L, 4-5; W, 5-0 VERMONT * W, 4-3 at Stony Brook (DH) * L, 0-9 (5); W, 1-0 MAINE (DH) * L, 2-1; W, 5-4 HOLY CROSS (DH) L, 1-4; W, 10-2 (5) at Albany (DH) * W, 6-3; L, 0-8 (5) at Albany * W, 2-1 STONY BROOK * W, 8-1 ST. BONAVENTURE (DH) L, 0-4; L, 5-6 (8) BOSTON UNIV. (DH) * L, 1-9; W, 9-1 (5) BOSTON UNIV. * L, 3-7 CENTRAL CONN. (DH) L, 3-7; L, 2-8 (6) UMBC (DH) * W, 4-2; L, 2-10 (5) UMBC * W, 7-2 UMBC & L, 5-9 at Boston Univ. & W, 7-2 UMBC & L, 2-3

& - America East Tournament

2008 OVERALL RECORD: 21-20 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 9-12 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/16

vs. Delaware State at Norfolk State vs. Coppin State at Norfolk State vs. Dayton

W, 9-0 L, 2-6 W, 10-0 W, 5-0 W, 3-1

3/16 3/17 3/17 3/18 3/18 3/20 3/21 3/21 3/29 3/30 4/2 4/5 4/6 4/9 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/17 4/19 4/20 4/23 4/26 4/27 5/1 5/3 5/4

vs. Army W, 10-1 vs. Siena W, 10-0 vs. Colgate W, 12-3 vs. Columbia W, 10-1 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson W, 5-1 vs. Lafayette W, 3-1 vs. Brown W, 4-2 vs. Manhattan L, 0-3 UMBC * L, 1-7 UMBC (DH)* L, 0-1; L, 0-8 at Sacred Heart (DH) L, 0-1; L, 0-8 VERMONT * W, 2-0 VERMONT (DH) * L, 2-3; W, 7-6 STONY BROOK (DH) * W, 1-0; L, 2-4 at Boston Univ. (DH) * L, 0-1; W, 4-1 at Boston Univ. * L, 2-3 at Holy Cross (DH) L, 6-7; L, 7-8 at Fairfield L, 0-8 ALBANY (DH) * L, 2-6; W, 1-0 ALBANY * W, 2-1 at Stony Brook * L, 0-2 MAINE (DH) * W, 1-0; L, 1-2 MAINE * L, 1-12 CENTRAL CONN. (DH) L, 1-3; W, 6-2 at Binghamton (DH) * W, 9-1; L, 1-2 at Binghamton * W, 5-1

2009 OVERALL RECORD: 19-22 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 9-9 3/13 vs. Iowa 3/13 at Stetson 3/14 vs. Cornell 3/14 vs. Iowa 3/15 at Stetson 3/17 vs. Colgate 3/17 vs. St. Peter’s 3/18 vs. Rhode Island 3/18 vs. Akron 3/20 vs. Manhattan 3/20 vs. Cornell 3/21 vs. Rider 3/21 vs. Wagner 3/25 HOLY CROSS (DH) 3/28 VERMONT (DH) * 3/30 VERMONT* 4/2 SACRED HEART (DH)

L, 1-7 L, 1-2 L, 0-4 L, 0-10 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 L, 2-5 W, 14-0 W, 2-1 W, 8-0 L, 5-9 W, 4-0 L, 0-7 W, 2-1; W, 2-1 W, 5-1; W, 10-2 W, 7-1 W, 3-1; L, 0-3

4/5 at Albany (DH) * 4/8 at Stony Brook (DH) * 4/12 BOSTON UNIV. (DH) * 4/13 BOSTON UNIV. * 4/14 at Rhode Island (DH) 4/16 FAIRFIELD (DH) 4/18 at Maine (DH) * 4/19 at Maine * 4/25 BINGHAMTON (DH) * 4/26 BINGHAMTON * 4/30 CENTRAL CONN. (DH) 5/2 at UMBC (DH) *

L, 0-6; W, 6-2 L, 2-8; W, 2-1 L, 1-3; W, 4-3 L, 2-6 L, 1-5; L, 4-12 W, 10-2; W, 4-2 W, 2-1; L, 0-3 L, 1-4 L, 1-4; W, 8-0 W, 6-1 W, 3-2; L, 1-3 L, 0-9; L, 0-8

2010 OVERALL RECORD: 16-24 Coach: Todd Randall America East: 3-14 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/16 3/16 3/17 3/17 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/27 3/28 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/28 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/9

vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. South Carolina Upstate vs. North Carolina A&T vs. Colgate vs. Lafayette vs. St. Peter’s vs. Cleveland State vs. Lafayette vs. Manhattan vs. Colgate vs. Rider MAINE (DH) * MAINE * at Holy Cross (DH) ALBANY (DH) * ALBANY * SIENA (DH) at Stony Brook (DH) * at Stony Brook * RHODE ISLAND (DH) at Binghamton (DH) * at Binghamton * at Sacred Heart (DH) CENTRAL CONN. (DH) UMBC (DH) * UMBC * at Marist (DH) at Boston Univ. (DH) *

W, 5-2 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 W, 7-3 L, 5-8 W, 3-1 L, 3-4 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 L, 0-4 W, 3-2 W, 5-2; L, 0-1 L, 0-8 W, 11-8; W, 7-3 L, 2-3; L, 2-5 W, 6-3 W, 4-1; W, 9-3 L, 2-7; L, 0-8 L, 0-6 L, 0-3; L, 6-10 L, 0-9; L, 3-14 L, 7-8 W, 10-6; W, 5-2 L, 1-10; L, 6-7 W, 5-3; L, 5-7 L, 2-4 L, 0-5; L, 4-8 L, 0-8; L, 2-18

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softball season records GAMES 1. Kristie Rochette (2007) 2. Jackie Simonetty (2007) Nikki Thompson (2007) 4. Amanda Dilworth (2007) 5. Five Tied

50 49 49 48 47

SLUGGING % (min. 250 AB) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994) 2. Michele Juliano (1993) 3. Liz Borawski (2003) 4. Michele Juliano (1992) 5. Michele Juliano (1991)

HITS 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994) 2. Tammy Jaworoski (1999) 3. Samantha Morrison (2006) Danielle Simoneau (1995) 5. Kristie Rochette (2007)

58 54 52 52 47

STOLEN BASES 1. Samantha Morrison (2006) Liz Nadeau (2002) 3. Liz Borawski (2003) Ryan Williams (2002) Danielle Simoneau (1995)

17 17 16 16 15

WINS 1. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 2. Brittney Stratton (2008) Brittney Stratton (2007) 4. Brittney Stratton (2009) 5. Three Tied

18 16 16 14 10

BASE ON BALLS 1. Kristen Cericola (2007) Jackie Simonetty (2007) 3. Amanda Dilworth (2010) 4. Rochette (2007), Weller (2004), Messinger (2009)

28 28 22 21 21

APPEARANCES 1. Brittney Stratton (2007) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 3. Brittney Stratton (2009) Brittney Stratton (2008) 5. Three Tied

33 31 27 27 24

32 29 28 27 27

SACRIFICES 1. Mallory Rapoza (2004) 2. Liz Nadeau (2001) Michele O’Toole (1994) 4. Simonetty (2007), Borawksi (2005) DiMella (1994 & 1995), Early (1995)

16 14 13 11 11

GAMES STARTED 1. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 2. Brittney Stratton (2008) Brittney Stratton (2007) 4. Tracy Ciosek (1989) Brittney Stratton (2009)

27 26 26 24 24

14 14 12 11 11

PUTOUTS 1. Meghan Henning (1999) 2. Abbey Toich (2001) 3. Kristie Rochette (2006) 4. Meghan Henning (1998) 5. Kim Schwimmer (2002)

371 339 298 287 264

COMPLETE GAMES 1. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 2. Brittney Stratton (2007) 3. Brittney Stratton (2009) 4. Brittney Stratton (2008) 5. Liz Nadeau (2000)

27 24 23 22 19

INNINGS PITCHED 1. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 2. Brittney Stratton (2007) 3. Brittney Stratton (2009) 4. Brittney Stratton (2008) 5. Liz Nadeau (2000)

191.2 191.1 165.1 161.1 143.2

STRIKEOUTS 1. Brittney Stratton (2007) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 3. Brittney Stratton (2009) 4. Brittney Stratton (2008) 5. Andi Miller (2002)

188 177 153 134 130

SHUTOUTS 1. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 2. Andi Miller (2002) Tracy Ciosek (1989) 4. Brittney Stratton (2008) 5. Four Tied

9 7 7 6 4

AT BATS 1. Nikki Thompson (2007) 2. Tammy Jaworoski (1999) 3. Kristie Rochette (2007) 4. Kim Early (1994) Amy Sabo (1994)

151 149 148 146 146

RUNS 1. Samantha Morrison (2006)) 2. Michele Juliano (1993) 3. Tammy Jaworoski (1999) 4. Kristie Rochette (2007) Kim Early (1994) DOUBLES 1. Rachel Clonick (2008) Nicole Springer (2010) 3 Kristie Rochette (2005) 4. Danielle Simoneau (94) Vuolo (99), Jaworoski (98), Hewitt (97) TRIPLES 1. Samantha Morrison (2006) Danielle Simoneau (1994) 3. Tracy Cosek (1998) 4. Juliano (93), Norman (99), Schaefer (86)

6 6 5 4

HOME RUNS 1. Diehlmann (1992) Michele Juliano (1992) 3. Amy Sullivan (2005) 4. Thompson (2006) Evanchik (1992), Juliano (1991)

8 8 7 6 6

RUNS BATTED IN 1. Nicole Springer (2010) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 3. Nikki Thompson (2007) Danielle Simoneau (1994) 5. Danielle Simoneau (1996) BATTING AVERAGE (min. 250 AB) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994) 2. Michele Juliano (1993) 3. Liz Borawski (2003) 4. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 5. Liz Nadeau (2002) TOTAL BASES 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994) 2. Samantha Morrison (2006) Tammy Jaworoski (1992) 4. Michelle Juliano (1992) 5. Kim Diehlmann (1992)

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ASSISTS 1. Alex Morley (2006) 2. Liz Borawski (2005) 3. Jenn Vuolo (1999) Jen Martin (1992) 5. Jackie Simonetty (2006)

.681 .664 .650 .644 .583

110 101 100 100 89

FIELDING PERCENTAGE (min. 250 chances) 1. Ann Kyzer (2008) 1.000 Liz Nadeau (2002) 1.000 Michele O’Toole (1992) 1.000 4. Danielle Evanchik (1995) .996 Michele O’Toole (1995) .996

34 32 29 29 28

OPP. BATTING AVERAGE (min. 40 IP) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1997) 3. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 4. Andi Miller (2001) 5. Danielle Simoneau (1996)

.420 .418 .400 .388 .377 94 78 78 76 75

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EARNED RUN AVERAGE (min. 120 innings) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994) 2. Andi Miller (2002) 3. Jamie Graves (2002) 4. Danielle Simoneau (1997) 5. Liz Nadeau (2002)

Nikki Thompson

0.74 0.94 0.98 1.07 1.34

.160 .166 .179 .187 .195

WINNING PERCENTAGE (min. 10 decisions) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1995) 18-10; .463 Danielle Simoneau (1995) 18-10; .463 3. Brittney Stratton (2008) 16-9; .640 4. Danielle Simoneau (1997) 7-4; .636 Baughn (1994), Stratton (2010) 7-4; .636


softball career records GAMES 1. Amanda Sais (2006-09) 2. Jodiann Palmieri (1998-01) 3. Rachel Clonick (2007-10) Nikki Thompson (2004-07) 5. Kim Early (1992-95)

170 165 163 163 162

SLUGGING % (min. 250 AB) 1. Michele Juliano (1990-93) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 3. Nikki Thompson (2004-07) 4. Kristie Rochette (2004-07) 5. Liz Borawski (2002-05)

HITS 1. Amanda Sais (2006-09) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 3. Michele Juliano (1990-93) 4. Nikki Thompson (2004-07) Jodiann Palmieri (1998-01)

158 157 152 142 142

STOLEN BASES 1. Samantha Morrison (2003-06) 2. Liz Borawski (2002-05) 3. Bryn Weller (2001-04) 4. Amanda Sais (2006-09) Amanda Dilworth (2007-10)

47 45 35 34 34

WINS 1. Brittney Stratton (2007-10) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 3. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 4. Andi Miller (1999-02) 5. Michele O’Toole (1992-95)

AT BATS 1. Amanda Sais (2006-09) 2. Jodiann Palmieri (1998-01) 3. Nikki Thompson (2004-07) 4. Michele O’Toole (1992-95) 5. Marci Simoneau (1998-01)

510 491 483 477 475

BASE ON BALLS 1. Kristen Cericola (2006-09) 2. Kristie Rochette (2004-07) 3. Mallory Rapoza (2002-05) 4. Bryn Weller (2001-04) 5. Amanda Dilworth (2007-10)

68 65 59 58 57

APPEARANCES 1. Brittney Stratton (2007-10) 99 2. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 82 3. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 78 4. Andi Miller (1999-02) 72 5. Tracy Ciosek (88-91), Caitlin Eichler (03-06) 63

RUNS 1. Amanda Sais (2006-09) 2. Kim Early (1992-95) 3. Samantha Morrison (2003-06) 4. Michele Juliano (1990-93) 5. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97)

91 87 81 78 77

DOUBLES 1. Michele Juliano (1990-93) 2. Kristie Rochette (2004-07) 3 Jodiann Palmieri (1998-01) Kristine Hewitt (1996-99) Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) Rachel Clonick (2007-10)

32 31 29 29 29 29

TRIPLES 1. Samantha Morrison (2003-06) 8 Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 8 3. Kristie Rochette (2004-07) 7 Tammy Jaworoski (1996-99) 7 5. Early (92-95), Ciosek (88-91), Sais (06-09) 6 HOME RUNS 1. Nikki Thompson (2004-07) 2. Michele Juliano (1990-93) 3. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) Kristen Cericola (2006-09) 4. Amy Sullivan (2002-05) RUNS BATTED IN 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 2. Nikki Thompson (2004-07) 3. Danielle Evanchik (1992-95) 4. Jodiann Palmieri (1998-01) 5. Michele Juliano (1990-93) BATTING AVERAGE (min. 250 AB) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 2. Michele Juliano (1990-93) 3. Kristie Rochette (2004-07) 4. Liz Borawski (2002-05) 5. Amanda Sais (2006-09) TOTAL BASES 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 2. Michele Juliano (1990-93) 3. Nikki Thompson (2004-07) 4. Jodiann Palmieri (1998-01) 5. Morrison (03-06), Borawski (02-05)

19 18 16 16 15

.590 .580 .466 .462 .450

SACRIFICES 1. Mallory Rapoza (2002-05) 35 2. Jennifer DiMella (1994-97) 32 Michele O’Toole (1992-95) 32 4. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 29 5. Liz Borawski (2002-05) 25 DiMella (1994 & 1995), Early (1995) 11 PUTOUTS 1. Nikki Thompson (2004-07) 2. Ann Kyzer (2007-10) 3. Michele O’Toole (1992-95) 4. Meghan Henning (1998-99) 5. Amy Sullivan (2002-05) ASSISTS 1. Liz Borawski (2002-05) 2. Rachel Clonick (2007-10) 3. Jenn Vuolo (1997-00) 4. Marci Simoneau (1998-01) 5. Jen Martin (1991-95) FIELDING PERCENTAGE (min. 250 chances) 1. Ann Kyzer (2007-10) 2. Michele O’Toole (1992-95) 3. Lindsey Anrico (2006-09) 4. Meghan Henning (1998-99) 5. Nikki Thompson (2004-07)

97 91 82 78 77

741 716 713 658 655 329 298 284 283 279 .996 .994 .993 .991 .989

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (min. 120 innings) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 2. Andi Miller (1999-02) 3. Sheila Fagan (1985-88) 4. Michele O’Toole (1992-95) 5. Brittney Stratton (2007-10)

1.26 1.84 1.99 2.15 2.12 53 43 32 28 24

GAMES STARTED 1. Brittney Stratton (2007-10) 2. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 3. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) Andi Miller (1999-02) 4. Tracy Ciosek (1988-91)

88 72 68 68 58

COMPLETE GAMES 1. Brittney Stratton (2007-10) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 3. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 4. Sheila Fagan (1985-88) 5. Michele O’Toole (1992-95)

78 67 62 50 49

INNINGS PITCHED 1. Brittney Stratton (2007-10) 2. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 3. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 4. Andi Miller (1999-02) 5. Tracy Ciosek (1988-91)

591.0 491.1 482.0 429.2 385.2

STRIKEOUTS 1. Brittney Strattion (2007-10) 2. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 3. Andi Miller (1999-02) 4. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 5. Nicole McMillon (2004-07)

531 497 421 310 181

SHUTOUTS 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 2. Brittney Strattion (2007-10) 3. Andi Miller (1999-02) 4. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) Tracy Ciosek (1988-91)

17 13 12 11 11

.364 .362 .320 .318 .310

OPP. BATTING AVERAGE (min. 120 IP) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 2. Andi Miller (1999-02) 3. Brittney Strattin (2007-10) 4. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 5. Susan Dvorak (1996-99)

.178 .190 .225 .237 .256

250 248 225 211 188

K/BB RATIO (min. 120 innings) 1. Danielle Simoneau (1994-97) 2. Michele O’Toole (1992-95) 3. Liz Nadeau (1999-02) 4. Johanna Boisselle (1998-99) 5. Tracy Ciosek (1988-91)

3.38 3.16 3.10 2.72 2.63

Amanda Sais

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all-time letterwinners a ~ a ~ a ~ a

d ~ d ~ d ~ d

Gray, Cathy ................................... 1983-84

Angelillo, Ann-Marie .................... 1989-92

D’Abrosca, Amy ............................ 1995-96

Gray, Patricia ................................ 1977-80

Anrico, Lindsey ............................... 2006-09

Dappolonio, Nancy .............................1981

Gross, Lauren ........................................1993

b ~ b ~ b ~ b

DeGray, Michelle .......................... 1988-89

h ~ h ~ h ~ h

Barboza, Sharon ..................................1995

DeLise, Janine .......................................1983

Haines, Jordan................... 2010-present

Barger, Gail ................................... 1979-82

Demarest, Kayla ........................... 2006-09

Hairston, Anita ......................................1985

Bashford, Megan .......................... 1991-94

DeMatties, Dorren ...............................1981

Harasimowicz, Karen ................... 1983-85

Baughn, Kathy ............................... 1991-94

Diehlmann, Kim .............................. 1990-92

Hayes, Monica ............................... 2001-04

Beaman, Christa ............................ 1992-93

Dielman, Janet ......................................1979

Henning, Meghan .......................... 1998-99

Belmont, Kelly .......................................2000

DiGiorgio, Chris ...................................1986

Hewitt, Kristine .............................. 1996-99

Belval, Lisa ..................................... 2003-06

Dilworth, Amanda.......................... 2007-10

Hout, Brie......................................... 2004-07

Benet, Jen ..............................................1994

DiMella, Jen ................................... 1994-97

Huff, Laura ............................................1980

Beth, Marcy ...........................................1977

Donovan, Kirsten ........................... 1989-92

Huhtanen, Kassie ..................................1985

Bininger, Lindsey ...................................2002

Dublin, Ann Marie ................................1983

Bloomberg, Marcy ...............................1978

Dvorak, Sue ................................... 1996-99

Boisselle, Johanna ......................... 1998-99

e ~ e ~ e ~ e

j ~ j ~ j ~ j Jarvis, Caryn .........................................1977 Jaworoski, Tammy ......................... 1996-99

Booker, Nancy ......................................1977

Early, Kim ....................................... 1992-95

Borawski, Liz .................................. 2002-05

Ebert, Kristine .......................................1991

Bossong, Leanne ............................ 1985-88

Eichler, Caitlin ................................ 2003-06

Kamena, Lauren................ 2008-present

Bowers, Shari ........................................1981

Elliott, Sarah .................................. 1993-96

Kellough, Michele ......................... 1978-79

Boyland, Sue .........................................1977

Engdahl, Diane .............................. 1979-80

Kennett, Dana ................................ 1998-99

Bryant, Tiffany ............................... 1998-99

Evanchik, Danielle ......................... 1992-95

Koivisto, Brenda ............................ 1981-84

Byrne, Margaret ................................... 1979

Evrard, Monica .............................. 2000-03

Kulpinski, Louise ............................. 1985-88

c ~ c ~ c ~ c

f ~ f ~ f ~ f

Juliano, Michele ............................. 1990-93 K ~ K ~ K ~ K

Kupka, Jackie .......................................1996

Cafasso, Mary ............................... 1977-79

Fagan, Sheila ................................ 1985-88

Kuster, Liz ...............................................1979

Callahan, Jen ........................................1993

Farnan, Amanda............................ 2008-10

Kvilhaug, Christy ..................................1997

Cappuccino, Linda ........................ 1985-88

Fedak, Monica ............................... 1992-93

Kyzer, Ann....................................... 2007-10

Carroll, Susan ................................ 1990-93

Ferkel, Greta ................................. 1983-84

Cericola, Kristen ............................ 2006-09

g ~ g ~ g ~ g

l ~ l ~ l ~ l LaRochelle, Lisa ....................................1981

Cerwinski, Debbie ......................... 1982-84

Gale, Kori ..............................................2000

LaVoye, Debbie ....................................1984

Christensen, Angela ...................... 1995-98

Ganem, Anne ................................. 1986-89

LePardo, Joelle .............................. 1986-89

Ciosek, Tracy ................................. 1988-91

Garrity, Shannon ........................... 1990-91

Love, Beth ....................................... 1994-97

Cirillo, Melissa ......................................2000

Gaudreau, Brenda ..............................1987

Lowe, Mitzi ............................................1978

Clark, Karen .................................. 1984-85

Gavazzi, Allison ...................................1997

Lucia, Lori ....................................... 1980-82

Clinton, Micki ................................. 1984-87

Gertner, Lesley............................... 1995-98

Lyons, Christie ........................................ 1982

Clonick, Rachel................................ 2007-10

Gigante, Michele .......................... 1990-91

m ~ m ~ m ~ m

Conner, Leeza ................................ 1988-89

Glantz, Danielle ............................ 2006-08

Maccarone, Darcy ........................ 1983-86

Cooper, Erin ..........................................2000

Goldberg, Karen .................................1983

Mancusi, Diana .............................. 2003-04

Coraci, Joanne .....................................1978

Granato, Catherine ...................... 2006-09

Mariano, Michelle ......................... 2004-07

Criscuolo, Kelly .............................. 1989-90

Graves, Jamie ............................... 2001-04

Marino, Joya .........................................1982

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all-time letterwinners Martin, Jen ..................................... 1991-95

Podlodowski, Tina ................................1979

Massaro, Gina.......................................2007

Pool, Lyndsey ........................................1999

Maxwell, Melani............... 2010-present

Prue, Suzie ..................................... 2001-02

Mazzarella, Karen ....................... 1979-80

Surrette, Lisa................................... 1980-82 t ~ t ~ t ~ t Taub, Harilyn ........................................1979 Taylor, Tracey ................................ 1986-87

r ~ r ~ r ~ r

Mazzei, Patti .................................. 1985-88

Rapoza, Mallory ........................... 2002-05

Tesler, Jennifer ............................... 1977-78

McCarthy, Carolyn ..............................1984

Rattey, Sharna ......................................1999

Thompson, Nikki ............................ 2004-07

McCartney, Alyson ........................ 1983-86

Ridgely, Val .................................... 1980-81

Toich, Abbey .................................. 1998-01

McDonald, Katie ..................................1980

Robinson, Vicki ......................................1979

McMillon, Nicole ............................ 2004-07

Rochette, Kristie ............................. 2004-07

Valente, Lisa ..........................................1982

McShane, Sarah ...................................1992

Rothberg, Debbi ...................................1977

Varsoke, Chris .......................................1995

McSurdy, Jeanelle ...............................1981

V ~ V ~ V ~ V

Vuolo, Jenn ..................................... 1997-00

s ~ S ~ s ~ s

Merkin, Eve .................................... 1978-80

Sabo, Amy ...................................... 1994-97

Merlo, Robin .........................................1978

Sais, Amanda ................................ 2006-09

Wacyk, Kate....................... 2010-present

Messinger, Sara.............................. 2007-10

Sangiovanni, Anne ........................ 1987-90

Wahl, Karen .........................................1982

Miller, Andi ................................ 1999-2002

Schiavone, Alina ...................................2000

Walter, Brittany.....................................2009

Morley, Alex .................................. 2005-08

Schwimmer, Kim ............................. 2001-02

Weinstein, Laurie .......................... 1977-78

Morris, Margaret .......................... 1977-78

Seaborn, Kim ........................................1980

Weller, Bryn ................................... 2001-04

Morrison, Samantha ..................... 2003-06

Sellinger, Karen ............................. 1981-82

Whittier, Paula .............................. 1981-84

Mulshine, Teresa ...................................1984

Shaefer, Stacey ............................. 1985-87

Wienkop, Marji ....................................1979

Murray, Michelle ..................................1992

Shapleigh, Leigh ..................................1985

Wilcox, Kelly ................................. 1994-96

Sheehan, Siera................... 2009-present

Williams, Loyce ....................................1981

Nadeau, Liz .............................. 1999-2002

Shirer, Kim .............................................1982

Williams, Ryan ............................... 2002-05

Norman, Lisa .................................. 1986-89

Shultz, Lisa .............................................1982

Winne, Lyn ............................................1981

Simoneau, Danielle ....................... 1994-97

Winstead, Stephanie ..........................2004

Ogg, Jan ...............................................1977

Simoneau, Marci ...................... 1998-2001

Wisner, Amy .................................. 1988-91

Oliveira, Jess.........................................2010

Simonetty, Jackie .......................... 2006-09

Wittenberg, Edith ................................1977

O’Neil, Maria .......................................1977

Simpkins, Shannon............ 2008-present

O’Toole, Michele ........................... 1992-95

Singer, Amanda.....................................2008

Yarlett, Amanda ...................................1997

Sivick, Krista .............................. 1998-2000

Young, Liz ....................................... 1996-97

n ~ n ~ n ~ n

o ~ o ~ o ~ o

p ~ p ~ p ~ p

w ~ w ~ w ~ w

y ~ y ~ y ~ y

Pacewicz, Judy .....................................1989

Slavin, Alice ..........................................1977

Pagano, Laurie .............................. 1982-83

Slocum, Trish ................................... 1990-93

Zephir, Bonnie........................................1978

Palmer, Liz ...................................... 1985-88

Solomon, Amy .......................................1990

Zicherman, Andrea...............................1993

Palmieri, Jodiann ...................... 1998-2001

Spell, Debbie ................................. 1984-87

Petrovich, Debbie .......................... 1980-81

Springer, Nicole................. 2010-present

Pfeifer, Cristie .......................................1998

St. Onge, Missy ............................. 1996-97

Phelps, Erica...................... 2009-present

Steele, Lauren .......................................1981

Piacentini, Olivia............................ 2007-10

Sternberg, Shari ...................................1980

Picillo, Alex ............................................2001

Stratton, Brittney............................ 2007-10

Pilcher, Nancy ................................ 1986-89

Strouch, Anne ........................................1982

Plawecki, Tammy ..................................1978

Sullivan, Amy ................................. 2002-05

z ~ z ~ z ~ z

Bold Players Indicate Current Hartford Hawks

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Season

Coach

Captain(s) 

W/L

Pct.

2010

Todd Randall (236-322-2, .423)

None selected Dilworth (.343) Springer (5)

Average Leader

Home Run Leader

Win Leader Sheehan (7) Stratton (7)

16-24

.400

2009

Todd Randall

None selected

Sais (.315)

Cericola (5)

Stratton (14)

19-22

.463

2008

Todd Randall

None selected

Clonick (.314)

Cericola (4)

Stratton (16)

21-20

.512

2007

Todd Randall

None selected Rochette (.318) Thompson (5)

Stratton (16) Clonick (5)

23-27

.460

2006

Todd Randall

None selected

Rochette (.370)

Thompson (6)

Hout (7)

17-24

.415

2005

Todd Randall

None selected

Rochette (.344)

Sullivan (7)

McMillon (10)

17-18

.486

2004

Todd Randall

None selected

Borawski (.360)

Thompson (5)

McMillon (8)

14-24

.368

2003

Todd Randall

None selected

Borawski (.400)

Borawski (3)

Graves (5)

7-26

.212

2002

Todd Randall

None selected

Nadeau (.377)

Sullivan (3)

Miller (10)

24-15-1

.613

2001

Todd Randall

Toich

Nadeau (.348)

Palmieri (2)

Miller (9)

16-22

.421

2000

Todd Randall

Toich, Vuolo

Nadeau (.257)

Palmieri (5)

Nadeau (9)

12-30

.285

1999

Todd Randall

Dvorak, Hewitt,

Jaworoski (.362) Vuolo

Jaworoski (5) Palmieri (5)

Nadeau (9)

21-24

.467

1998

Todd Randall

Dvorak, Hewitt

Jaworoski (.313)

Jaworoski (2)

Dvorak (9)

17-22-1

.438

1997

Todd Randall

None selected

Hewitt (.361)

D. Simoneau (3)

D. Simoneau (7)

12-24

.333

1996

Trish Wodatch (97-100-2, .492)

D. Simoneau, Elliott

Gertner (.313)

D. Simoneau (5)

D. Simoneau (9)

12-23-1

.347

1995

Trish Wodatch

Early, Evanchik,

D. Simoneau (.388) Martin, O’Toole

D. Simoneau (4)

D. Simoneau (18)

28-18-1

.606

1994

Trish Wodatch

Baughn, O’Toole

D. Simoneau (.420)

D. Simoneau (4)

D. Simoneau (9)

1993

Trish Wodatch

Slocum, Carroll, Juliano

Juliano (.418)

Juliano (3)

Baughn (5)

1992

Trish Wodatch

Donovan, Angelillo Juliano (.364) Juliano (8)

O’Toole (10) Diehlmann (8)

1991

Irene Mach (24-61-1, .285)

Gigante

Ciosek (.363)

Juliano (6)

1990

Irene Mach

Ciosek, Sangiovanni

Donovan (.315)

1989

Irene Mach

DeGray, LePardo, Pilcher

Norman (.355)

1988

Dave Johnson (30-47, .390)

Fagen, Kulpinski

1987

Dave Johnson

1986 1985

27-17

.614

9-24

.272

21-18

.538

Ciosek (4)

5-23-1

.190

Three tied (1)

Slocum (7)

10-22

.313

None

Ciosek (9)

9-16

.360

LePardo (.370)

None

Fagan (6)

11-11

.500

Spell, Clinton

Shaefer (.273)

Shaefer (1)

Fagan (8)

10-10

.500

Dave Johnson

Maccarone, Clinton

Spell (.276)

None

Mazzei (5)

8-22

.267

Annette Fortune (39-83, .320)

Maccarone, Clinton

Bossong (.303)

None

Mazzei (3)

5-17

.227

1984***

Annette Fortune

Cerwinski, Whittier

Harasimowicz (.355)

None

Cerwinski (2)

4-14

.222

1983

Annette Fortune

Whittier, Koivisto

Pagano (.359)

None

Cerwinski (1)

1-19

.050

1982

Annette Fortune

Surrette

Surrette (.263)

None

n/a

3-14

.176

1981

Annette Fortune

Surrette, Barger Surrette (.353) None

McSurdy (3) Barger (3)

7-8

.467

1980

Annette Fortune

n/a

Surrette (.541)

None

Gray (5)

8-4

.667

1979

Annette Fortune

n/a

Barger (.343)

None

n/a

4-5

.444

1978

Annette Fortune

Weinstein, Morris

Wisotsky (.558)

None

n/a

7-2

.778

1977

Allan Wilson

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

3-3

.500

Total - 33 years

428-612-5

.412

***First Year in Division I

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TIME 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. TBA

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