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WHAT’S INSIDE & 2013 QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location Honolulu, Hawai‘i Founded 1907 Enrollment 20,429 Nickname Rainbow Wahine Colors Green, White, Silver, & Black Conference Big West Conference Chancellor Tom Apple Athletics Director Ben Jay Associate AD/SWA Marilyn Moniz-Kaho‘ohanohano Athletic Department 808.956.7301 Website HawaiiAthletics.com

SOFTBALL INFORMATION

Table of Contents/Quick Facts .......................... 1 Media Information ............................................ 2 Media Outlets ................................................... 3 Head Coach Bob Coolen ............................... 4-5 Coaching Sta ................................................ 6-7 Support Sta ..................................................... 7 2010 Season Outlook ..................................... 8-9 2010 Schedules .......................................... 10-11 Rosters ............................................................ 13 TV/Radio Rosters ........................................... 14 Meet the Rainbow Wahine ......................... 16-34 2012 Season Recap .......................................... 35 2012 Statistics & Award Winners ............... 36-39 UH Record Book ....................................... 40-45 Awards & Honors ...................................... 46-49

ON THE COVER: Front row (from left): Kiani Wong, Tara Anguiano, Jazmine Zamora, Keiki Carlos, Kelly Majam, Dori Ann Sugai. Middle row: Brynne Buchanan, Kaile Nakao, Kayla Wartner, Jessica Iwata, Jordan Burton, Austin Wilkerson, Alyssa Villalpando. Back row: Loie Kesterson, Kaia Parnaby, Kristina Akiona, Lauren Parnaby, Leisha Li‘ili‘i, Jori Jasper, Ciana Russ, Sharla Kliebenstein. CREDITS: The 2013 University of Hawai‘i Softball Media Guide was produced by the University of Hawai‘i Sports Media Relations OďŹƒce. All rights reserved. Derek Inouchi, Director; John Barry, Neal Iwamoto, Kara Nishimura, and Jay Metzger, Assistant Directors; Troy Yamamoto, Internet Specialist; Kau‘i Awong, Sam Martin, Ryan Rose, Chase Yogi, Student Assistants. Layout and design by Kara Nishimura. Back Cover by Kainoa Andrade. Photography by Jay Metzger, Ralph Omoto, Dale Titcomb, and University Relations. 2013 RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL

All-Time Letterwinners ................................... 50 All-Time Coaches & Records .......................... 51 NCAA Tournament History ....................... 52-55 All-Time Results......................................... 56-62 All-Time Series Results ............................... 63-64 Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium .................. 65 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I Hawai‘i—The 50th State ................................. 66 About the University of Hawai‘i ................. 67-69 University Administration ............................... 70 DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS Athletics Administration.................................. 71 Head Coaches & Directory ............................. 72 Sports Circle of Honor .................................... 73 Athletic Facilities ............................................. 74

UH-MANOA POLICY ON GENDER EQUITY IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Gender equity in athletics extends the doctrine of fairness to all areas of athletic activity at the University level. It is activated by a sense of moral obligation that exceeds any speciďŹ c duty to comply with legal requirements, although it also recognizes the necessity of observing the tenets of Title IX, Patsy Mink Act. Its desired eect is to oer women and men equal opportunities to participate in sports for which there is demonstrated interest among athletes in Hawai‘i and to provide equitable levels of support for coaching, travel, scholarships, operating expenses and facilities used. Beyond these speciďŹ c goals, gender equity also fosters an attitude and establishes an environment in which men’s and women’s sports are encouraged in comparable ways. Those who support gender equity are willing to cooperate in frequent self-evaluations and to implement change so that all student-athletes can have the same opportunity to realize the highest level of their abilities. A copy of the plan titled, “Believe It, Achieve It,â€? is available in the Senior Woman Administrator’s OďŹƒce.

Head Coach Bob Coolen (Wesleyan/1980) Record at Hawai‘i/Years 798-454-1/21 years Overall Record/Years 870-548-1/26 years Assoc. Head Coach Dee Wisneski (Hawai‘i, 1996) Assistant Coach Kaulana Gould (Hawai‘i, 2009) Volunteer Coach Dickie Titcomb Softball Office 808.956.4506 Letterwinners Returning/Lost 13/7 Starters Returning/Lost 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost 1/1 Newcomers 8

UH SOFTBALL HISTORY First year of softball All-Time Record All-Time WAC Record WAC Titles NCAA Appearances

1985 905-629-1 (.585) 238-108 (16) 4 (2003, ‘07, ‘10, ‘12) 10 (1994, ‘95, ‘98, ‘99, 2001, ‘03, ‘07, ‘08, ‘10. ‘12) Super Regional Appearances 2 (2007, ‘10) Women’s College World Series 1 (2010)

STADIUM INFORMATION Facility Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium (RWSS) Facility Record/Years 293-116/15 Capacity 1,200 Surface Grass

2012 TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Record 44-9 (H: 26-3; A: 12-2; N: 6-4) 2012 WAC Record 17-3 (1st) 2012 WAC Honors First team: Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Jessica Iwata, Kelly Majam, Stephanie Ricketts, Sarah Robinson Second Team: Alex Aguirre, Leisha Li‘ili‘i, Kaia Parnaby WAC Pitcher of the Year Stephanie Ricketts WAC Freshman of the Year Leisha Li‘ili‘i WAC Coach of the Year Bob Coolen NFCA All-West Region Stephanie Ricketts (First team) Kelly Majam (Second team) NFCA All-American Stephanie Ricketts (Second team) Easton All-Americans Stephanie Ricketts (First team) Jessica Iwata (Second team)

SPORTS INFORMATION Director Derek Inouchi Softball Contact Kara Nishimura Office Number 808.956.5087 Nishimura’s Cell Phone 808.497.0638 Nishimura’s Email karakn@hawaii.edu Fax Number 808.956.4470 Mailing Address UH Sports Media Relations 1337 Lower Campus Road, Honolulu, HI 96822

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MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS MEDIA RELATIONS 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Main Office: (808) 956-7523 Main Fax: (808) 956-4470 E-mail: mediarel@hawaii.edu

DEREK INOUCHI Media Relations Director Work: (808) 956-4478 Cell: (808) 954-0234 E-mail: inouchi@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996 Sport Assignments: Football, C C /T Cross Country/Track & Field, M/W Golf, Men’s Volleyball

NEAL IWAMOTO Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-9748 Cell: (808) 375-6819 E-mail: niwamoto@hawaii.edu Alma Maters: Santa Clara, 1995, Hawai‘i, 1998 Sport Assignments: Secondary Football, Men’s Basketball, Sailing, Sand Volleyball, Water Polo

KARA NISHIMURA SOFTBALL CONTACT Assistant Director/ Graphic Designer Work: (808) 956-5087 Cell: (808) 497-0638 E-mail: karakn@hawaii.edu Alma Al Mater: M t Purdue, P d 1993 Sport Assignments: Women’s Basketball, softball, Women’s Tennis, Cheerleading

JOHN BARRY Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-7506 Cell: (808) 292-1462 E-mail: jbarry@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Sport Assignments: Women’s Volleyball, Baseball, M Tennis, M/W Swimming & Diving

JAY METZGER

This publication has been provided to enhance fan participation and assist the media in the coverage of Rainbow Wahine softball. The Sports Media Relations Office will follow up with weekly releases during the season to keep the media informed about the softball team.

MEDIA CREDENTIALS Requests for working press, photo and broadcast credentials for 2012 home softball games should be made in writing on company letterhead at least two weeks prior to the game. Please direct all requests to: Kara Nishimura Sports Media Relations Director 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822-2370

Due to the limited space available in the press box, those news outlets covering the Rainbow Wahine or their opponents on a regular basis will receive top priority. All other requests for print media are issued on the basis of space availability. ESPN 1420, which has the radio rights for UH women’s softball, will be the only local radio station to receive season credentials. Local radio stations with a full-time sports director conducting a daily sports show of notable length will receive first consideration.

INTERVIEW POLICY All players and coaches will be available for interviews before or after practice during the season. Although interviews are permitted after practice, interviews before practice are recommended. If you wish to interview a particular player at a specific time, in person or by telephone, arrangements should be made through the Sports Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance.

PHOTOGRAPHERS Photographers from accredited news media will be allowed to shoot at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. In accordance with NCAA and Big West rules, photographers must wear their credentials and must stay within the designated photo area.

Multimedia Specialist Work: (808) 956-4479 Cell: (808) 295-4353 E-mail: jmetzger@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Menlo, 1995

SERVICES Rosters and pre-game notes will be available prior to each game. Box scores will be distributed during and after each game. Final box scores will be available at the conclusion of the game in the press box. Box scores will also be sent via e-mail and will be available online at HawaiiAthletics.com after the conclusion of the game. If you need box score files emailed to other parties, just request it through the SID.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS UH coaches and players will be available for interviews following a 10-minute cooling-off period after each game. All media members should notify a Sports Media Relations representative with their request for interviews.

INTERNET SERVICES Wireless access to the internet is available at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium.

HAWAIIATHLETICS.COM The UH Athletics website (HawaiiAthletics.com) features a video component, photo galleries, and online media guides in addition to the existing player and coach biographies, press releases, schedules and everything else you need to know about UH Athletics. In addition, a .pdf version of every UH media guide will now be available on the website.

WHAT’S AN ‘OKINA? Q: Ever wondered what that punctuation mark in the word Hawai‘i is? A: In the Hawaiian language, it’s called an ‘okina, which translated literally in English means separator. Phonetically it is referred to as a glottal stop, similar to the sound that would be made in the English oh-oh. The ‘okina is actually a letter in the Hawaiian language and typed out looks like a backwards apostrophe. The practice of the UH Sports Media Relations office is to use the ‘okina in all Hawaiian words in which they occur.

TROY YAMAMOTO Internet Specialist Work: (808) 956-9647 E-mail: troyy@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS/ADDRESS Phone: (808) 956-7523 Fax: (808) 956-4470 Mailing Address: UH Sports Media Relations Office 1337 Lower Campus Road Honolulu, HI 96822

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MEDIA OUTLETS TELEVISION STATIONS

HAWAII NEWS NOW (CBS/NBC) Chris Tanaka, Sports Director/ 420 Waikamilo Road, Suite 205 Honolulu, HI 96817 Phone: (808) 847-1112 Fax: (808) 847-3298 Website: www.hawaiinewsnow.com KHON (FOX) Kanoa Leahey, Sports Director 88 Piikoi St. Honolulu, HI 96814 Phone: (808) 591-4289 Fax: (808) 593-2418 Website: www.khon.com KITV (ABC) Robert Kekaula, Sports Director 801 South King St. Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 535-0440 Fax: (808) 536-8993 Website: www.kitv.com KFVE (K5 The Home Team) 820 Waikamilo Road, Suite 205 Honolulu, HI 96817 Phone: (808) 847-3246 Fax: (808) 845-3616 Website: www.k5thehometeam.com

RADIO STATIONS

ESPN 1420 am/ESPN 1500 am Duane Kurisu, President Bobby Curran, Sports Director/ 900 Fort St., Suite 700 Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 536-3624 Fax: (808) 548-0608 Website: www.espn1420am.com

WIRE SERVICES

ASSOCIATED PRESS Seven Waterfront Plaza, Suite 590 500 Ala Moana Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 536-5510 Fax: (808) 531-1213 Website: www.ap.org

HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISER (DAILY) Paul Arnett, Sports Editor Jason Kaneshiro, Softball Beat Dave Reardon, Columnist Ferd Lewis, Columnist Seven Waterfront Plaza 500 Ala Moana Blvd., #210 Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 529-4782 Fax: (808) 529-4787 Website: www.staradvertiser.com KA LEO O HAWAI‘I (STUDENT NEWSPAPER) Marc Arakaki, Sports Editor University of Hawai‘i 1755 Pope Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Phone: (808) 956-3215 Fax: (808) 956-9962 Website: www.kaleo.org

NEIGHBOR ISLAND NEWSPAPERS

THE GARDEN ISLAND (KAUA‘I) Rich Killeen, Sports Editor P.O. Box 231 Lihue, HI 96766 Phone: (808) 245-3681 Fax: (808) 245-5286 Website: www.kauaiworld.com HAWAI‘I TRIBUNE HERALD (HAWAI‘I) Bill O’Rear, Sports Editor P.O. Box 767 Hilo, HI 96721 Phone: (808) 935-6621 Fax: (808) 961-3680 Website: www.hawaiitribune-herald.com WEST HAWAI‘I TODAY (HAWAI‘I) Joe Ferraro, Sports Editor P.O. Box 789 Kailua-Kona, HI 96745 Phone: (808) 329-9315 Fax: (808) 329-4860 Website: www.westhawaiitoday.com MAUI NEWS (MAUI) Brad Sherman, Sports Editor P.O. Box 550 Wailuku, HI 96793 Phone: (808) 244-3981 Fax: (808) 242-9087 Website: www.mauinews.com

HAWAI‘I TELEVISION SCHEDULE

HOWARD DASHEFSKY OCSports Play-by-Play

LORI SANTI OCSports Color Analyst

Fourteen of UH’s home games, including two-of-four Big West home series against UC Riverside and UC Santa Barbara, will be televised live throughout the state on OCSports in 2013. Howard Dashefsky and Lori Santi will be covering the Rainbow Wahine this season. All OCSports’ games will also be available via live video streaming at uhstreaming.oceanic.com or BigWest.tv.

2013 TELEVISION SCHEDULE Fri., Feb. 08 Wed., Feb. 27 Tues., Mar. 12 Wed., Mar. 13 Thurs., Mar. 14 Fri., Mar. 15 Fri., Apr. 5 Sat., Apr. 6 Fri., May 3 Sat., May 4

6:00p 8:00p 6:00p 6:00p 6:00p 6:00p 6:00p 8:00p 6:00p 2:00p 4:00p 6:00p 2:00p 4:00p

St. Mary’s Washington Memphis East Carolina Utah California Syracuse Baylor UC Riverside UC Riverside UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara

HAWAI‘I RADIO SCHEDULE Several Rainbow Wahine softball games this season will be broadcast throughout the state on ESPN 1420 or ESPN 1500 AM. Fans can tune in on their web audio cast if the game is on ESPN 1420 AM at www.espn1420am.com Scott Robbs handling the play-by-play. Scott Robbs Play-by-Play

UH’S SOCIAL MEDIA SITES In order to broaden its reach to fans worldwide, UH Athletics has entered the online world of social networking with the launch of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. Twitter page is available at twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics

Facebook page is available at www.facebook.com/HawaiiAthletics

YouTube channel is available at www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics

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HEAD COACH BOB COOLEN

BOB COOLEN

HEAD COACH 22ND SEASON WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY (1980) HAWAI‘I RECORD: 798-455-1 OVERALL RECORD: 870-548-1

THE COOLEN FILE EDUCATION Wesleyan University, B.A., Government, 1980 Boston University, MEd., Human Movement, 1986 COACHING EXPERIENCE Hawai’i Head Coach, 1992-present Assistant Coach, 1990-1991 Bentley Head Coach, 1985-1989 UH Record: 754-446-1 (20 years) Overall Record: 826-539-1 (25 years) 31 All-American Selections 13 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American 18 Easton All-American Selections 50 All-West Region Selections 119 All-Conference Selections 51 NFCA Scholar-Athlete Selections 71 WAC Scholar-Athlete Selections 2003, ‘07, ‘10, ‘12 WAC Coach of the Year 1994 Big West Coach of the Year NCAA Appearances: 10 1994, 95, 98, 99, 2001, 03, 07, 08, ‘10, ‘12 NCAA Super Regional Appearances: 2 2007, ‘10 NCAA Women’s College World Series 2010 2007 NFCA West Regional Coaching Staff of the Year (Division I)

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Bob Coolen is entering his 24th overall season at the University of Hawai‘i and his 22nd season as the head coach of the Rainbow Wahine program. He is UH’s all-time winningest softball coach in the 29-year history of the program with a 798455-1 record. Overall he has a 870-548-1 record. Last season, Coolen led his 2012 squad to a school-record 21 game win streak to start the season. The Rainbow Wahine rose in the rankings as high as No. 11 during the season en route to capturing Hawai‘i’s fourth Western Athletic Conference regular season title and its 10th NCAA tournament appearance. Coolen is the only coach in UH softball program history to lead teams to the NCAA tourney, advancing ten times to the NCAA tournament: 1994, `95, `98, `99, 2001, `03, `07, ‘08, ‘10, and ‘12. Coolen’s Rainbow Wahine have captured four Western Athletic Conference titles (2003, ‘07, ‘10, and ‘12) and were chosen the 2010 Easton Team of the Year. The team’s other conference crown came in 1994 as a member of the Big West. Coolen earned conference Coach of the Year honors for all five of those seasons. During his tenure at UH, he has coached 31 All-Americans selections, 50 All-West region selections, and 119 all-conference selections. Fifty selections have earned NFCA Scholar Athlete honors since 1992 and with 71 selections earning Academic All-WAC honors as well. Coolen has also coached two CoSIDA Academic All-America players. Coolen is the third longest tenured coach at Hawai‘i behind only women’s volleyball coach Dave Shoji (38 seasons) and sailing coach Andy Johnson (23rd year). He came to the islands in 1990 as an assistant coach to Rayla Allison, who headed the Rainbow Wahine program for two seasons in 1990 and `91. In his first year with the Rainbow Wahine, the ‘Bows recorded a school-record 34 wins. The only blemish was in 1993 as the club went 24-35, but Coolen’s determination and drive quickly turned the prog ram into a national power the following season. In 1994, the program took broke onto the national scene as an elite NCAA team as UH posted

a school-record 51 wins en route to capturing the Big West Conference crown, and the program’s first-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament. That season, the Rainbow Wahine finished one win shy of reaching the Women’s Softball College World Series. In 1995, UH had another banner season, posting a 47-21 record on the diamond and again was one win shy of advancing to the WCWS. Another marquee season was 2007, when the Rainbow Wahine swept through the NCAA Regionals at UCLA to advance to the school’s first ever Super Regional in Knoxville, Tenn. The ‘Bows—led by senior captains Tyleen Tausaga, Alana Power and All American Kate Robinson— forced the top-ranked Tennessee Lady Vols to a deciding championship game before falling one game short of advancing to the WCWS. In 2010, Coolen guided the Rainbow Wahine through a storybook, record-breaking season to their first ever appearance to the WCWS. That season, the ‘Bows took both the WAC regular season and tournament titles; swept through the NCAA Regional at Stanford; and then upset of top-seeded Alabama in the Tuscaloosa Super Regionals on Jenna Rodriguez’s two-run, walkoff home run that lifted UH over the Crimson Tide in a 5-4 victory propelling Hawai‘i into the WCWS. The ‘Bows’ late-game heroics didn’t end in Alabama, as UH’s Traci Yoshikawa hit a two-run home run against Missouri in the top of the seventh inning of their World Series opener to win, 3-2. But UH then ran into eventual championship finalists, UCLA and Arizona and were eliminated—but not before giving softball fans around the nation and a record crowds at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Okla. hope and excitement behind their gritty style of play. In that same season, Hawai‘i shattered the previous NCAA single-season home run record with 158 home runs (previous record was 134 by Arizona 2009)—led by freshman phenom, All-American Kelly Majam’s nation-leading 30 homers. Thirty of the team’s homers came in postseason play alone. The ‘Bows also set single-season school records in runs (488), RBI (449), doubles (92), walks (185), and hits (578). Coolen and the 2013 RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL


HEAD COACH BOB COOLEN ‘Bows finished 2010 ranked No. 7 nationally— their highest finishing rank ever. The Rainbow Wahine reached the 50 win mark for just the third time in school history. On April 10 Coolen hit another milestone—his 700th win as head coach of the Rainbow Wahine against Boise State that capped off an undefeated eight-game WAC record-setting roadtrip in which freshman Kelly Majam broke the school and WAC single-season record for homers and Jenna Rodriguez hit the Bows 85th home run of the season breaking the previous team record set in 2007. The Somerville, Mass., native graduated from Brockton High School in 1976. During his prep days, Coolen was a three-sport letterman excelling in football, baseball, and swimming. As an athlete, he participated in the 1976 State Tournament and was named his American Legion team’s MVP the same season. This past Fall, Coolen was inducted into the Brockton High School Hall of Fame, Class of 2011. Coolen went on to Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., where he again was a three-sport athlete. He played four years each on the football and baseball teams as a receiver and pitcher, respectively. He also was a sprinter on the swim team for two seasons. He captained the football and baseball teams his senior season of

1979-80 and led his baseball team to the “LittleThree” Conference title in 1980. Coolen earned his B.A. degree in 1980 in government with an emphasis in public-policy analysis. He went on to do his post-graduate work at Boston University where he earned his M.Ed. in human movement in 1986. From 1983-90, Coolen wore many hats. At Bentley, his duties were not only the facility and equipment managers and pool supervisor, but he

also coached swimming and softball. To this day, Coolen, in his five short seasons as head coach at Bentley, remains the all-time coaching leader in wins (72). His 1987 squad placed second in the league, the second highest finish ever by a Bentley club, while his club’s 21 wins in 1989 remains a school record. Coolen is married to the former Nanci Morelock and they have a daughter, Demi (18), and a son, Bo (17).

COOLEN’S CAREER HEAD COACHING RECORD Overall Year Team Conference W L 1985 Bentley Northeast-8 7 16 1986 Bentley Northeast-8 13 13 1987 Bentley Northeast-8 16 10 1988 Bentley Northeast-10 15 29 1989 Bentley Northeast-10 21 25 Bentley (5 years) 72 93 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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STAFF

DEE WISNESKI ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH 18TH SEASON HAWAI‘I (1996) Associate Head Coach Dee Wisneski has been one of the core elements for the Rainbow Wahine softball program since 1992. Wisneski has risen through the ranks, starting as student-athlete playing on the 1992-95 Rainbow Wahine squads…to student assistant in 1996…to assistant coach for 13 seasons…and since the 2010 season, she has been the program’s first ever associate head coach. During her coaching career, she has helped to develop several of UH’s most notable infielders, including All-Americans Joyce Lum, Stacey Porter, Tyleen Tausaga, Kate Robinson, Clare Warwick, Melissa Gonzalez, and Jessica Iwata. Wisneski also oversees the team’s academic progress and success. Wisneski played four years at shortstop for Hawai’i and helped lead the squad to a Big West title in 1994—the program’s first conference crown, and the program’s first two NCAA post-season appearances in 1994 and 1995. She was co-captain on both of those squads. During the 1994-

95 seasons, Wisneski was penciled in at shortstop for all of Hawai’i’s 132 games. Originally from the west side of the beautiful island of Kauai, Wisneski enjoyed one of the most heralded careers ever by a Garden Island female athlete. While a student at Waimea High School, Wisneski earned all-state and all-Kauai Interscholastic Federation honors in softball, volleyball, and basketball. For her efforts, Wisneski was named The Honolulu Advertiser High School Female Athlete of the Year and was inducted into the prestigious Hawai’i High School Hall of Honor in 1991. Wisneski completed her undergraduate studies in 1996 with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. She remains active in local fast- and slow-pitch leagues and tournaments.

KAULANA GOULD ASSISTANT COACH FOURTH SEASON HAWAI‘I (2008)

One of the most decorated players in UH softball history, Kaulana Gould begins her fourth season as an assistant coach after a year as the team’s manager with the Rainbow Wahine. “Coach Lans,” a former outfielder/catcher is the only Rainbow Wahine ever to be named a first team all-conference player all four years. She helped lead UH to two of its most successful seasons—2007 and ‘08—during which time the team went to two NCAA Regionals and its first ever Super Regional in Knoxville, Tenn. Gould finished her stellar career with a .306 batting average, 126 runs scored, 208 hitts, and 101 RBI. She was voted the WAC Freshman of the Year in 2005, an NFCA All-West Region first team outfielder as a senior, and a WAC scholar-athlete in 2008.

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The Ewa Beach native is a 2004 graduate of Kamehameha Schools where she was a highly recruited catcher. Gould was a member of the 2002 state championship team which also produced fellow UH teammates Brandi Peiler and Kate Robinson. Gould was an all-state selection her sophomore, junior and senior seasons for the Kamehameha. Gould earned her bachelor of science degree in family resources in December 2008 and is currently working towards her master’s degree in special education. Gould has one daughter, Kaleilehua.

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DICKIE TITCOMB VOLUNTEER COACH FOURTH SEASON

Volunteer coach Dickie Titcomb begins his fourth season with the Rainbow Wahine coaching staff after serving over 22 years as a successful assistant and head coach for several levels of community youth and high school softball and baseball teams. His coaching career began in 1987 with Halawa Little League, where he coached Minor, Major, and Big League teams until 2002. As an assistant, he helped guide the Hawaii District IV Big League squad to the World Series four years. He has coached several high school teams in both softball and baseball. Titcomb helped the Kamehameha Schools softball program from 2001-2007 both as a head coach for the junior varsity and an assistant for the varsity team. He helped lead the 2002 Warriors to the Division I state title, and later helped guide the PAC5 varsity softball team to a Division II championship crown in 2008. Titcomb has also been a JV head coach for both St. Louis School and Roosevelt High School in 2001 and ’03 respectively. Additionally, he was a volunteer coach for the Hawaii Pacific University softball team from 2004-’05. A strong supporter of community athletics, Titcomb has been the president of the Halawa Athletic Booster Club since 1993. He also currently is the director, manager, and head coach of the 18-under and 16-under Hawai‘i Pearls Softball Club since 2001. He has had great success with the Pearls, leading them to six state titles and Titcomb has taken his elite travel team to the Colorado Fireworks tournament where he has been instrumental in having over 60 of his players recruited to various collegiate teams across the country. Titcomb is a graduate of Farrington High School where he was a running back and linebacker on the football team and a pitcher and outfielder for the Governors’ baseball team. Today, he owns RME Contractors Hawaii, Inc. He is married to wife, Dale, and has three children and four grandchildren. His youngest daughter, Richie-Anne Titcomb, was a four-year Rainbow Wahine letterwinner who finished her playing career in 2009. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, traveling, camping and spending time with family and friends. “Dickie has been very successful in developing strong hitters and skill players,” said Coolen. “He has been a good recruiter of local talent at the Junior Olympic level before coming up to the collegiate level where he will assist with the development of our current players. He works with Coach Dee and the infielders as well as our hitters along with Coach Lans.”

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ERIC OKASAKI

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER HAWAI‘I 1977 30TH SEASON Eric Okasaki has served as head athletic trainer at Hawai’i for the past 30 years. This is his ninth season with the softball program. He has seen the department grow by leaps and bounds. Okasaki was the athletic trainer for the 2010 Rainbow Wahine softball team that defeated top-seeded Alabama to advance to its first-ever Women’s College World Series. He also was the trainer for the 1980 Rainbow baseball team that punched its ticket to the College World Series and has gone to the NCAA Tournament with the Rainbow Wahine softball team three times, while servicing all the other UH sports in between. Okasaki started his career in athletic training in 1973 as a student at UH. He went on to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in secondary physical education in 1977 and earned a master’s in secondary curriculum and instruction in 1981. The Waipahu High School graduate is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. He has two sons, Kevin and Derin.

JUSTINE TJADEN MANAGER SECOND SEASON

Justine Tjaden is in her second season as the student manager of the Rainbow Wahine Softball team. Tjaden is a 2011 graduate of Murrieta Valley High School in Murrieta, Calif. where she earned three varsity softball letters. She also played for four years on the club team, San Diego Legacy. A biology major, Justine has two younger sisters and her parents are Andrea and Duane Tjaden of Murrieta, Calif.

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2013 SEASON OUTLOOK The Rainbow Wahine return 12 letterwinners with one redshirt while welcoming in seven freshman into the fold. UH is led by senior All-Americans Kelly Majam and Jessica Iwata with senior allconference pitcher Kaia Parnaby in the circle. Majam and Iwata enter their senior campaigns as two of the most prolific hitters in school history. As a junior, Majam is already the school’s career leader in home runs (54) and walks (117) and is closing in fast on the career hits record (180) and the career runs record (176). Last season Iwata passed former All-American Tyleen Tausaga to capture the UH career RBI record with 159. She is also No. 2 in home runs to Majam with 47; No. 3 with 145 runs scored; and No. 4 with a .373 batting average. Much will be expected of Parnaby this season after spending the past three years behind All-American pitcher Stephanie Ricketts. But Parnaby is up for the challenge after posting a career-best 16-3 record with a career-high nine shutouts with a 1.47 ERA in 2012. For her career, Parnaby has compiled a 47-15 record with a 2.09 ERA in 411.1 innings pitched while holding opponents to a .212 batting average with 452 strike outs to just 104 walks. The biggest job head coach Bob Coolen and his coaching staff have this season is finding out who will step up to fill big holes left vacant with the graduation of a strong senior class last year. Most notably, is the loss of four-year starting pitcher, Ricketts who etched her name in the UH career

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annals as arguably the best pitcher in school history. She completed her career with school records with 102 wins, 33 shut outs, 116 complete games, 164 appearances, 938.1 innings pitched, and 818 strike outs. But also missing from the 2012 team are four key starters who led the team to a 44-9 overall record last year in leftfielder Alex Aguirre, first baseman Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, second baseman Dara Pagaduan and third baseman Sarah Robinson. The Rainbow Wahine are coming off of a record-setting season in which they started 2012 on a school-best 21-game win streak which catapulted them to a Top 25 ranking, ascending as high as No. 11 and ended with its fourth Western Athletic Conference regular season title and 10th appearance in the NCAA tournament. Along the way, UH notched “signature” wins over DePaul (two wins), No. 20 Florida State (two wins), No. 1 California, and conference-rival and perennial power Fresno State for their first sweep over the Bulldogs in the Bows’ final home series of the season. PITCHERS Parnaby will be depended upon to toe the rubber as the No. 1 pitcher for the Rainbow Wahine and bear much of the load this season. Behind Parnaby are a pair of freshmen who are looking to fill the role of the No. 2 starter. Keiki Carlos and Loie Kesterson both enter the Hawai‘i program after

storied prep careers. Carlos led Mid-Pacific Institute to a pair of Hawai‘i state softball titles as a junior and senior. She earned several accolades as an Owl—including two Gatorade Softball Player of the Year honors, three all-state, three-all-league and three state all-tournament selection. In her senior year, she posted a 17-2 record with a 1.17 ERA in the circle with 113 strike outs in 114 innings. On offense, she hit .592 with 26 RBI, four home runs and a .667 on-base percentage. Kesterson is a A 2012 graduate of Corona High School in Corona, Calif. where she earned four varsity letters in softball. She fired three shutouts to lead her team to the Division I league championship game. As a sophomore, she posted a 1.36 ERA in 160 innings pitched with five saves while earning all-country honors in 2010. INFIELD The only starting returnees in the infield are Iwata (5-4, Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i/Kaua‘i HS) at shortstop and sophomore Kayla Wartner (5-6, Escondido, CA/ Escondido HS) behind the plate. Iwata has been a mainstay at short the past three years and Wartner caught all 53 games last year as a freshman. But gone are Robinson, Pagaduan and DuhaylonsodKaleimamahu. Senior Tara Anguiano (5-2, Whittier, CA/Bishop Amat Memorial HS) and freshman Kristina Akiona (5-10, Buena Park, CA/ Pacifica HS) will be ready to play behind Iwata if

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2013 SEASON OUTLOOK needed. Akiona is also a possibility at third as well. Junior Sharla Kliebenstein (5-8, Oceanside, CA/El Camino HS) will start in the outfield, but also is a proven catcher who caught all the team’s games as a freshman in 2011. Sophomore lefty, Leisha Li‘ili‘i (5-11, Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu/Castle HS) is slated to slide from being the team’s designated player to first base. Last season, Li‘ili‘i was named WAC Freshman of the Year after a solid rookie season. She recorded UH’s longest hitting streak of the year at 10 and was second on the team with 11 multiple RBI games. She drove in 38 runs and had a .319 batting average. Freshman Alyssa Villalpando and junior Jori Jasper (5-9, Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i/Kaua‘i HS) is another option at first base for the ‘Bows. Second base will be a battle with several possible options. Juniors Kaile Nakao (5-4, Santa Monica, CA/Santa Monica HS) and Jazmine Zamora (5-3, Temecula, CA/Great Oak HS) are the front runners but freshmen Dori Ann Sugai (5-2, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/Moanalua HS) and Kiani Wong (Hilo, Hawai‘i/Kamehameha Schools-Hawai‘i) also are working hard to try to earn a spot. Nakao is UH’s utility player who also may have a shot at third base along with freshman Alyssa Villalpando (5-8, El Monte, CA/Los Altos HS). But, also a possibility at the hot corner are redshirt freshman Austin Wilkerson (5-4, Ferndale, WA/Sehome HS) and Akiona.

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OUTFIELD The outfield is led by Majam who has started all 174 games in her career. Slated to start alongside Majam is Kliebenstein in leftfield who played majority of last season before an injury sidelined her and senior Brynne Buchanan (5-3, Thousand Oaks, CA/La Reina HS) in rightfield who also started in 15 games last season in rightfield. Carlos, Kesterson, sophomore Jordan Burton (5-4, Escondido, CA/Mission HS), and Ciana Russ (5-8, ‘Aiea, O‘ahu/Moanalua HS) are all working hard for possible playing time in the outfield. SCHEDULE Hawai‘i’s 2013 schedule features 58 total games with 39 home games (including two exhibition games) held at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. The ‘Bows will battle 30 different teams from nine different conferences. Highlighting the schedule are nine teams that advanced to the 2012 NCAA tournament—including Washington, who played in the Super Regionals, and California and Oregon who both made it to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City, Okla. Hawai’i will once again host four non-conference tournaments, beginning with the Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic (Feb. 7-9), with Ole Miss, St. Mary’s, UAB, and Washington. The Rainbow Wahine will then head to Las Vegas, Nev. for their first roadtrip of the season to

play in UNLV’s Easton Desert Classic (Feb. 14-17) where UH will take on UCLA, Oregon, Utah Valley State, and three Western Athletic Conference teams—BYU, San Jose State, and Nevada. UH then returns home and after a short layoff, the squad has a stacked schedule with their final three tournaments in March. First up, is the Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Mar. 1-3) featuring Campbell, Memphis, and Western Kentucky followed by the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Mar. 8-10) with Portland State, East Carolina and exhibition games against Tokyo Women’s College of Physical Education (TWCPE). Hawai’i ends their non-conference tournament schedule with the very competitive Chevron Spring Fling Tournament (Mar. 13-16) in which Baylor, California, Syracuse and Utah will make their way to Honolulu. After 16 years in the WAC, the Rainbow Wahine return to compete in the ten-team Big West Conference this year. Unlike the WAC, the Big West does not have a conference tournament, so every game is crucial during league play. Hawai’i will host a total of four conference, three-game series against UC Davis (Mar. 29-30), UC Riverside (Apr. 5-6), Long Beach State (Apr. 26-27), and UC Santa Barbara (May 3-4).

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2013 OVERALL SCHEDULE DATE

DAY

OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

NOVEMBER 23

FRISAT

PRESEASON PARADISE CLASSIC (Hawai‘i, Chaminade, Kumamoto International College)

RWSS

NOVEMBER 9

FRI

ALUMNAE GAME

RWSS

NOVEMBER 11

SAT

UHBLACK vs. UH-GREEN

Waimea, Kaua‘i

FEBRUARY 79

THSAT

HAWAI‘I PARADISE CLASSIC RWSS [Hawai‘i, UAB, Washington, Mississippi, St. Mary’s (CA)]

February 14-17

Th-Sun

at UNLV Classic Las Vegas, NV (BYU, San Jose State, UCLA, Oregon, Utah Valley, Nevada)

FEBRUARY 27

WED

MEMPHIS

RWSS

MARCH 13

FRISUN

HAWAI‘I INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT (Hawai‘i, Memphis, Western Kentucky, Campbell)

RWSS

MARCH 710

THURSUN

MALIHINI KIPA ALOHA TOURNAMENT RWSS (Hawai‘i, East Carolina, Tokyo Women’s College of P.E., Portland State)

MARCH 11

MON

SYRACUSE

RWSS

6:00 PM

MARCH 12

TUES

EAST CAROLINA

RWSS

6:00 PM

MARCH 1316

WEDSAT

HAWAI‘I SPRING FLING TOURNAMENT (Hawai‘i, California, Utah, Baylor, Syracuse)

RWSS

March 23 March 24

Sat Sun

at CSU Northridge* (DH) at CSU Northridge*

Northridge, Calif. Northridge, Calif.

MARCH 29 MARCH 30

FRI SAT

UC DAVIS* UC DAVIS* DH

RWSS RWSS

6:00 PM HST 2:00 PM HST

APRIL 5 APRIL 6

FRI SAT

UC RIVERSIDE* UC RIVERSIDE* DH

RWSS RWSS

6:00 PM HST 2:00 PM HST

April 13 April 14

Sat Sun

at CSU Fullerton* (DH) at CSU Fullerton*

Fullerton, Calif. Fullerton, Calif.

4:00 pm PST 12:00 pm PST

April 16

Tues

at CS Bakersfield

Bakersfield, Calif.

1:00 pm PST

April 19 April 20

Fri Sat

at Cal Poly* (DH) at Cal Poly*

San Luis Obispo, Calif. San Luis Obispo, Calif.

4:00pm PST 2:00pm PST

APRIL 26 APRIL 27

FRI SAT

LONG BEACH STATE* LONG BEACH STATE* DH

RWSS RWSS

6:00 PM HST 2:00 PM HST

MAY 3 MAY 4

FRI SAT

UC SANTA BARBARA* UC SANTA BARBARA* DH

RWSS RWSS

6:00PM HST 2:00PM HST

May 10 May 11

Fri Sat

at Pacific* (DH) at Pacific*

Stockton, Calif. Stockton, Calif.

3:00pm PST 12:00pm PST

May 17-19

Fri-Sun

NCAA Regionals

TBA

TBA

May 24-25

Fri-Sat

NCAA Super Regionals

TBA

TBA

May 30-June 5

Thurs-Wed

NCAA Women’s College World Series

Oklahoma City, Okla.

TBA

6:00PM HST 12:00PM HST

6:00 PM

12:00pm PST 12:00pm PST

BOLD CAPS = Home games played at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium DH = Doubleheader * = Big West Conference Games All times local to site (8/28/12)

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2013 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULES OCEANIC TIME WARNER CABLE PARADISE CLASSIC

PEPSI MALIHINI KIPA ALOHA TOURNAMENT

FEB. 79, 2013 Hawai‘i, Washington, UAB, Ole Miss, St. Mary’s College

MARCH 710, 2013 Hawai‘i, East Carolina, Portland State, Tokyo Women’s College of Physical Education

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2013: 11:00 AM ST. MARY’S (A) 1:00 PM ST. MARY’S (H) 3:00 PM WASHINGTON (A) 6:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) 8:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H)

vs. vs. vs. vs. vs.

WASHINGTON (H) OLE MISS (A) UAB (H) OLE MISS (A) UAB (A)

THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 2013: 6:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) 8:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H)

vs. TOKYO (A) vs. TOKYO (A)

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2013: 11:00 AM UAB (A) 1:00 PM UAB (H) 3:00 PM OLE MISS (A) 6:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) 8:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H)

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013: 4:00 PM EAST CAROLINA (H) 6:00 PM EAST CAROLINA (A) 8:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H)

vs. TOKYO (A) vs. PORTLAND STATE (H) vs. PORTLAND STATE (A)

vs. vs. vs. vs. vs.

OLE MISS (H) ST. MARY’S (A) WASHINGTON (H) ST. MARY’S (A) WASHINGTON (A)

SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 2013: 2:00 PM TOKYO (H) 4:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) 6:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H)

vs. PORTLAND STATE (A) vs. PORTLAND STATE (A) vs. EAST CAROLINA (A)

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2013: 11:00 AM BRACKET GAME #1: #4 SEED vs. #5 SEED 1:00 PM BRACKET GAME #2: #1 SEED vs. WINNER GAME #1 3:00 PM BRACKET GAME #3: #2 SEED vs. #3 SEED 5:00 PM BRACKET GAME #4: WINNER #2 vs. WINNER #3 (Championship Game)

Feb. 1417, 2013

Hawai‘i, Oregon, BYU, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah Valley, Nevada THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2013 4:30 pm Hawai‘i vs. BYU

at Eller Media Stadium

FRIDAY, February 15, 2013 1:30 pm Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State 6:00 pm UCLA vs. Hawai‘i

at Stephanie Lynn Craig Park (SLC) 2 at Eller Media Stadium

Saturday, February 16, 2013 1:30 pm Hawai‘i vs. Oregon

SLC1

Sunday, February 17, 2013 11:15 am Hawai‘i vs. Utah Valley 1:30 pm Hawai‘i vs. Nevada

CHEVRON SPRING FLING TOURNAMENT MARCH 1316, 2013 Hawai‘i, California, Utah, Syracuse, Baylor

EASTON DESERT CLASSIC at Las Vegas, Nev.

SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 2013: 12:00 PM PORTLAND STATE (A) vs. EAST CAROLINA (H) 2:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) vs. EAST CAROLINA (A) 4:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) vs. PORTLAND STATE (A)

at SLC2 at SLC2

BANK OF HAWAII INVITATIONAL MARCH 13, 2013 Hawai‘i, Campbell, Western Kentucky University, Memphis FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2013: 3:30 PM MEMPHIS (H) 6:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H)

vs. CAMPBELL (A) vs. WESTERN KENTUCKY (A)

SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 2013: 11:00 AM WESTERN KENTUCKY (A) 1:00 PM WESTERN KENTUCKY (H) 3:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) 5:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H)

vs. vs. vs. vs.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013: 2:00 PM BAYLOR (A) vs. 4:00 PM SYRACUSE (A) vs. 6:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) vs.

CALIFORNIA (H) UTAH (H) UTAH (A)

THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2013: 2:00 PM UTAH (A) vs. 4:00 PM SYRACUSE (H) vs. 6:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) vs.

BAYLOR (H) BAYLOR (A) CALIFORNIA (A)

FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 2013: 4:00 PM CALIFORNIA (A) vs. 6:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) vs. 8:00 PM HAWAI‘I (H) vs.

SYRACUSE (H) SYRACUSE (A) BAYLOR (A)

SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 2013: 10:00 AM BRACKET GAME #1: #4 SEED vs. #5 SEED 12:00 PM BRACKET GAME #2: #1 SEED vs. WINNER GAME #1 2:00 PM BRACKET GAME #3: #2 SEED vs. #3 SEED 4:00 PM BRACKET GAME #4: WINNER #2 vs. WINNER #3 (Championship Game)

CAMPBELL (H) MEMPHIS (A) CAMPBELL (A) MEMPHIS (A)

SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2013: 10:00 AM BRACKET GAME #1: #2 SEED vs. #3 SEED 12:00 PM BRACKET GAME #2: #1 SEED vs. #4 SEED 2:00 PM BRACKET GAME #3: LOSER #1 vs. LOSER #2 4:00 PM BRACKET GAME #4: WINNER #1 vs. WINNER #2 (Championship Game)

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2013 ROSTERS & PRONUNCIATION GUIDE NO. NAME POS. HT. CL. 00 Kelly Majam (MAY-jum) OF 5-3 Sr. 1 Jessica Iwata (E-wah-tah) SS /2B 5-4 Sr. 2 Kaile Nakao (kai-lee • nah-kah-o) UTL 5-4 Jr. 3 Sharla Kliebenstein (KLEE-ben-stine) OF/C 5-8 Jr. 5 Brynne Buchanan (brin) OF 5-3 Sr. 7 Tara Anguiano (tair-ah • an-gwee-ah-no) SS/2B 5-2 Sr. 8 Dori Ann Sugai (soo-guy) 2B 5-2 Fr. 9 Loie Kesterson (low-ee) P/OF 5-6 Fr. 10 Leisha Li‘ili‘i (lay-sha • lee-ee-lee-ee) 1B 5-11 So. 11 Jordan Burton OF 5-4 So. 12 Jori Jasper 1B 5-9 Jr. 14 Kiani Wong (key-ah-knee) 2B/SS 5-3 Fr. 15 Keiki Carlos (kay-kee) P/OF 5-3 Fr. 16 Kaia Parnaby (kai-ah) P 5-6 Sr. 19 Kristina Akiona (ah-key-oh-nah) 3B/SS 5-10 Fr. 20 Austin Wilkerson 3B 5-4 RFr. 21 Ciana Russ OF 5-8 Fr. 22 Alyssa Villalpando C/1B/3B 5-8 Fr. 24 Kayla Wartner C/1B 5-6 So. 28 Jazmine Zamora 2B 5-3 Jr.

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Pine Valley, Calif / Mountain Empire HS Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i / Kaua‘i HS Santa Monica, Calif. (Santa Monica HS) Oceanside, Calif. / El Camino HS Thousand Oaks, Calif. / La Reina HS Whittier, Calif. / Bishop Amat Memorial HS ‘Aiea, O‘ahu / Moanalua HS Corona, Calif. / Corona HS Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu (Castle HS) Escondido, Calif. / Mission HS Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i / Kaua‘i HS Hilo, Hawai‘i / Kamehameha Schools - Hawai‘i Mililani, O‘ahu / Mid-Pacific Institute Bilgola Plateau, NSW, Australia / NBSC Freshwater Senior Campus Buena Park, Calif. / Pacifica HS Ferndale, Wash. / Sehome HS ‘Aiea, O‘ahu / Moanalua HS El Monte, Calif. / Los Altos HS Escondido, Calif. / Escondido HS Temecula, Calif. (Great Oak HS)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

COACHING STAFF

GEOGRAPHICAL ROSTER

19 Kristina Akiona

Bob Coolen, Head Coach Deirdre Wisneski, Associate Coach Kaulana (Gould) Williams, Assistant Coach Dickie Titcomb, Volunteer Coach Justine Tjaden, Manager

CALIFORNIA Buena Park: Kristina Akiona Corona: Loie Kesterson El Monte: Alyssa Villalpando Escondido: Jordan Burton, Kayla Wartner Oceanside: Sharla Kliebenstein Pine Valley: Kelly Majam Santa Monica: Kaile Nakao Temecula: Jazmine Zamora Thousand Oaks: Brynne Buchanan Whittier: Tara Anguiano

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Tara Anguiano

5

Brynne Buchanan

11 Jordan Burton 15 Keiki Carlos 1

Jessica Iwata

12 Jori Jasper 9

Loie Kesterson

10 Leisha Li‘ili‘i 3

Sharla Kliebenstein

00 Kelly Majam 2

Kaile Nakao

16 Kaia Parnaby 21 Ciana Russ 8

Dori Ann Sugai

KEY RETURNEES Jessica Iwata Leisha Li‘ili‘i Kelly Majam Kaia Parnaby

KEY LOSSES Alex Aguirre Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu Dara Pagaduan Stephanie Ricketts Sarah Robinson

22 Alyssa Villalpando

NEWCOMERS

20 Austin Wilkerson

Kristina Akiona Keiki Carlos Loie Kesterson Ciana Russ Dori Ann Sugai Dori Ann Villalpando Kiani Wong

24 Kayla Wartner 14 Kiani Wong 28 Jazmine Zamora

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HAWAI‘I Hawai‘i (Big Island) Hilo: Kiani Wong Kaua‘i Lihu‘e: Jessica Iwata, Jori Jasper O‘ahu ‘Aiea: Ciana Russ, Dori Ann Sugai Kaneohe: Leisha Li‘ili‘i Mililani: Keiki Carlos WASHINGTON Ferndale: Austin Wilkerson AUSTRALIA New South Wales Bilgola Plateau: Kaia Parnaby

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1

KELLY MAJAM CF L/L Sr. 5-3 Pine Valley, Calif. Mountain Empire HS

3

JESSICA IWATA

KAILE NAKAO

SHARLA KLIEBENSTEIN

BRYNNE BUCHANAN

SS R/R Sr. Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i Kaua‘i HS

UTL R/R Jr. 5-4 Santa Monica, Calif. Santa Monica HS

OF/C L/R Jr. Oceanside, Calif. El Camino HS

OF L/R Sr. 5-3 Thousand Oaks, Calif. La Reina HS

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10

TARA ANGUIANO SS/2B R/R Sr. Whittier, Calif. Bishop Amat HS

5-2

12

JORI JASPER 5-9

20

LOIE KESTERSON

LEISHA LI‘ILI‘I

P/OF L/R Corona, Calif. Corona HS

1B L/L So. Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu Castle HS

5-2

Fr.

5-6

14

15

KIANI WONG

KEIKI CARLOS

2S/SS R/R Fr. 5-3 Hilo, Hawai‘i Kamehameha Schools - Hawai‘i

P/OF R/R Fr. Mililani, O‘ahu Mid-Pacific Institute

CIANA RUSS

3B/C R/R RFr. Ferndale, Wash. Sehome HS

OF R/R Fr. ‘Aiea, O‘ahu Moanalua HS

5-3

22

5-8

5-8

11

2B R/R Fr. ‘Aiea, O‘ahu Moanalua HS

21

5-4

5

DORI ANN SUGAI

AUSTIN WILKERSON

14

5-4

8

7

1B R/R Jr. Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i Kaua‘i HS

2

JORDAN BURTON 5-11

5-4

16

19

KAIA PARNABY

KRISTINA AKIONA

P L/L Sr. 5-6 Bilgola Plateau, NSW, Australia NBSC Freshwater Senior Campus

3B/SS R/R Fr. Buena Park, Calif. Pacifica HS

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28

ALYSSA VILLALPANDO

KAYLA WARTNER

INF R/R Fr. El Monte, Calif. Los Altos HS

C/1B L/L So. Escondido, CA Escondido HS

5-8

OF L/R So. Escondido, Calif. Mission HS

5-10

JAZMINE ZAMORA 5-6

2B R/R Jr. Temecula, Calif. Great Oak HS

BOB COOLEN

DEE WISNESKI

KAULANA GOULD

DICKIE TITCOMB

Head Coach Wesleyan, 1980

Associate Head Coach Hawai‘i, 1994

Assistant Coach Hawai‘i 2008

Volunteer Coach Fourth Season

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#7 TARA ANGUIANO SHORTSTOP/SECOND BASE 5-2

SENIOR

WHITTIER, CALIF. BISHOP AMAT MEMORIAL HS 2012 (Junior): Appeared in 23 games in her junior season…scored six runs on the season along with one walk…had an on-base percentage of .250…played at shortstop in three games against Seattle, Idaho State, and Robert Morris. 2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 12 games with three starts as a designated player...also saw time as a pinch runner... got her first collegiate hits against St. Bonaventure (Mar. 6)…scored 4 runs on the season and hit .222 overall (2-for-9). 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 15 games…primarily used as a pinch runner, but also played second base against California on Mar. 20...scored nine runs overall. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Bishop Amat Memorial High School in La Puente, Calif…earned four letters in softball…helped the Lancers go undefeated en route to capturing the 2008 league championship…was on the Bishop Amat Memorial honor roll all four years. Personal: Born in La Habra, Calif…is majoring in kinesiology and rehabilitation sciences…father, Frank Anguiano played for the Triple A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals...has one older and one younger brother…parents are Frank and Marie Anguiano of Whittier, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats: 3 vs. St. Bonaventure (3/6/11) Runs: 1 (19x) last vs. Fresno State (5/11/12) Hits: 2 vs. St. Bonaventure (3/6/11) Walks: 1 (2x) last Seattle (2/11/12) Strike outs: 1 (3x) vs. last vs. BYU (3/17/11) Stolen Bases: 1 vs. St. Bonaventure (3/6/11) Assists: 2 vs. California (3/20/10) Errors: 1 vs. California (3/20/10)

ANGUIANO’S CAREER STATS Year 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

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Avg GP-GS AB .000 15-0 2 .222 9-3 9 .000 23-0 3 .143 47-3 14

R 9 4 6 19

H 0 2 0 2

2B 0 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 0 0 .000 0 0 2 .222 1 0 0 .000 1 0 2 .143 2

HBP 0 0 0 0

SO 0 3 0 3

GDP 0 0 0 0

OB% SF SH SB-ATT .000 0 0 0-0 .300 0 0 1-1 .250 0 0 0-0 .250 0 0 1-1

PO 0 0 1 1

A 2 0 0 2

E FLD% 1 .667 0 .000 0 1.000 1 .750

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE SENIORS: BRYNNE BUCHANAN

#5 BRYNNE BUCHANAN OUTFIELD 5-3

SENIOR

THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. LA REINA HS 2012 (Junior): Appeared in 29 games with 18 starts—including 17 straight from Mar. 30May 5)—in rightfield…hit .143 (5-for-35) with an on-base percentage of .250…got her first collegiate hit against Seattle (2/11/12) and scored a career-high two runs against the Redhawks…punched out a career-high two hits at New Mexico State, going 2-for-3 in a 4-3 win over the Aggies…lined her first career double at Utah (April 3)…scored nine runs on the year. 2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 41 games with five starts in the outfield…primarily used as a pinch runner...scored 12 runs on the season...had two put-outs and an assist on defense in the outfield. 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 55 games primarily as a pinch-runner… was the “go-to” runner off the bench for the Rainbow Wahine, scoring 27 runs overall… was perfect with three stolen bases on three attempts. Prep: A 2009 graduate of La Reina High School in Thousand Oaks, Calif…earned four letters in softball and two in basketball…in softball, was a second team all-league seleciton in her freshman and senior seasons while earning all-league first team honors as a junior...named honorable mention all-league in basketball as a junior...voted softball team’s Most Valuable Player as a junior and team’s Offensive MVP as a senior...played for the Pacific Coast Predators club team from 2007-09...in the 2009 travel ball season, hit .380 with a .537 on-base percentage and .565 slugging percentage with 28 runs scored. Personal: Born in Thousand Oaks, Calif…majoring in kinesiology and rehabilitation sciences …has one older sister…parents are Dave and Peggy Buchanan of Thousand Oaks, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats: 4, at Utah (4/3/12) Runs: 2, Seattle (2/10/12) Hits: 2, at New Mexico State (3/31/12-1) RBI: 1,at Utah (4/3/12) Walks: 1, vs. North Dakota State (5/19/12) Strike outs: 3, at Nevada (4/21/12-1) Sacrifice: 1 (2x), Louisiana Tech (4/14/12-2) Stolen Bases: 1 (3x), last vs. Louisiana Tech (4/17/11) Hit-by-pitch: 1, at San Jose State (5/6/11) Put-outs: 2(5x), last Fresno State (4/28/12-1) Assists:1 at UC Riverside (2/22/11) Errors: 1, vs North Dakota State (5/19/12)

BUCHANAN’S CAREER BATTING STATS Year 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

Avg GP-GS AB .000 55-0 0 .000 41-5 7 .143 29-18 35 .119 125-23 42

R 26 12 9 47

H 0 0 5 5

2B 0 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0 0

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HR 0 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 1 5 .143 5 1 5 .119 5

HBP 0 0 0 0

SO 0 4 14 18

GDP 0 0 0 0

OB% SF SH SB-ATT .000 0 0 3-3 .000 0 1 0-1 .250 0 1 0-2 .213 0 2 3-6

PO 0 2 1 20

A 0 1 0 1

E FLD% 0 .000 0 1.000 1 .947 1 .955

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE SENIORS: JESSICA IWATA

#1 JESSICA IWATA SHORTSTOP 5-4

SENIOR

LIHU‘E, KAUA‘I KAUA‘I HS 2012 (Junior): Started all 53 games at shortstop…led UH in a plethora of offensive categories, including batting average (.400); slugging percentage (.740); on-base percentage (.503); hits (60); RBI (57); total bases (111)… finished second on the team with 14 home runs, nine doubles and 37 runs scored...also led the ‘Bows with 17 multiple-hit and 18 multiple RBI games…hit a staggering .464 (26-for-56) with runners in scoring position…finished her junior campaign ranked No. 18 in the NCAA DI with 1.08 RBI per game; No. 50 in batting average (.400); No. 49 in home runs per game (0.26); and No. 40 in slugging percentage (.740)…broke the UH career record for RBI when she drove in four runs after going 3-for-4 against BYU in the WAC Tournament (May 11) with a double and a home run and four RBI to bring her total at UH to 159, passing the former record of 156 previously held by Tyleen Tausaga…she is now second on the UH career home run list to teammate Kelly Majam with 47 and ended 2012 ranked No. 4 in UH history with a career .373 batting average and No. 3 in runs scored (145)…was named to the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Preseason Watch List for the second straight season… named WAC Hitter of the week (Mar. 19)…hit a walk-off, two run home run in the bottom of the 10th to knock off No. 1 California (March 15)… voted to the all-WAC first team for the third straight season.…earned second-team Easton All-America honors for the second straight season. 2011 (Sophomore): Started all 55 games at shortstop while leading the Rainbow Wahine in several offensive categories including: batting average (.355); at-bats (169); hits (60); home runs (15); RBI (44); slugging percentage (.663); and on-base percentage (.447)…also led UH with 13 multiple RBI games and 16 multiple-hit games …ended the season with her second longest career hitting streak of nine games…was voted WAC Player of the Year for the second straight season after leading UH in conference games with a .429 batting average (27-for-63) with five home runs and 22 RBI … selected as the Verizon WAC Hitter of the Week (Feb. 14-20) after hitting for a .526 batting average (10-for-19) in five games, hitting six home runs with a 1.474 slugging percentage, 10 RBI, and 10 hits in UNLV’s Louisville Slugger Desert Classic…hit two home runs while driving in five RBI to help lead UH to a thrilling come-from-behind victory against Utah (Feb. 18) after trailing 6-1 through the first five-and-a-half innings… in a threegame series against San Jose State in early May, Iwata led the Wahine with a .667 average (6-for-9), a 1.667 slugging percentage, and .700 on-base percentage…ranked 45th in the nation in home runs per game (0.27) and 40th with 15 home runs on the season…voted Most Valuable Player of the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament…earned 2011 Easton All-America honors and was selected to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association AllWest Region second team for the second year in a row.

2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 64 games with 61 starts at shortstop… had an exceptional freshman season putting up big stats in batting average (.367), runs scored (65), home runs (18), and breaking the single season record for doubles with 21… had a .729 slugging percentage and a .424 onbase percentage… In WAC led the team with a .488 batting average with 39 hits, 12 doubles, 11 home runs, and 32 RBI...was the first Rainbow Wahine to be named NFCA National Player of the week on April 13, she went 12-20 at the plate with nine runs, 17 RBI, two doubles, six home runs, two grand slams, and two walks… went on a 11 game hit streak from March 26 to April 10, during which she hit eight doubles and eight home runs... had two stolen bases… was named to the All-Tournament team for the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament, earned first team All-WAC honors, WAC Player of the Year, WAC All-Tournament team, and second team All-West Region honors… also named to the 2010 USA Softball Women’s Futures National Team. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Kaua’i High School…earned a total of nine varsity letters in five different sports--four in softball, two in bowling, and one each in basketball, soccer and track...helped lead the Raiders’ softball squad to four consecutive league titles as well as the 2009 division II state championship...also won league titles in bowling (2007, ‘08), soccer (2009) and track (2009)...voted all-league first team all four years in softball while also earning all-league honors in bowling, soccer, and track during her stellar athletic career...in the 2009 softball season, posted a .633 batting average with 23 runs scored, eight home runs and 24 RBI...voted to the 2009 state all-tournament team after hitting .571 with eight RBI...played for the club team, Guava Jam (2007-’09)...was a member of the honor roll as a freshman, sophomore, and junior...participated in the Heath Occupation Service Academy (HOSA) and is an altar server at the Immaculate Conception Church on Kaua’i. Personal: Born in Lihu’e, Kaua’i…majoring in management...has one older and one younger brother…parents are Jason and Joycelyn Iwata of Lihu’e, Kaua’i.

IWATA’S CAREER STATS Year 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

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Avg GP-GS AB R H .367 64-61 207 65 76 .355 55-55 169 43 60 .400 53-53 150 37 60 .373 172-169 526 145 196

2B 21 5 9 35

3B 0 1 0 1

HR 18 15 14 47

RBI 58 44 57 159

TB SLG% 151 .729 112 .663 111 .740 374 .711

BB HBP 21 0 27 1 32 1 80 2

SO 36 24 15 75

GDP 2 1 1 4

OB% .424 .447 .503 .455

SF SH SB-ATT 1 0 2-4 0 0 5-6 2 0 5-5 3 0 12-15

PO 49 49 59 157

A E FLD% 89 14 .908 101 13 .920 82 11 .928 272 38 .919

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HEADER CAREER HIGHS At-Bats: 6, at New Mexico State (4/3/10) Runs: 4, vs. San Jose State (5/13/10-WAC Tournament) Hits: 4, vs. Stanford (2/19/11) RBI: 8, at Boise State (4/10/10) Doubles: 2 (4x), last vs. Portland State (2/17/12) Triples: 1, Miami (OH) (3/12/11) Home Runs: 3 (2x) last vs. Stanford (2/19/11) Walks: 4, Louisiana Tech (4/14/12-1) Strike outs: 4, at Alabama (5/30/10) Sacrifice Fly: 1 (3x), last at Utah Valley (4/4/12) Stolen Base: 1 (12x), last at New Mexico State (3/31/12-2) Caught Stealing: 1, Utah State (3/26/11) Put Outs: 4 (2x), last vs. Fresno State (5/11/12) Assists: 5 (2x), New Mexico State (4/29/11) Errors: 2 (2x), New Mexico State (5/12/11)

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE SENIORS: KELLY MAJAM

#00 KELLY MAJAM CENTERFIELD 5-3

SENIOR

PINE VALLEY, CALIF. MOUNTAIN EMPIRE HS 2012 (Junior): Started all 53 games in centerfield… led UH with 57 runs scored, 15 home runs, and 39 walks…finished second on the team with an on-base percentage of .503 and a .662 slugging percentage and was fourth on the squad with a .318 batting average (49-for-54)… recorded 11 multiple-hit games along with nine games with multiple RBIs…finished the season on an eight game hitting streak…ended 2012 ranked No. 11 in the NCAA DI with 1.08 runs per game; No. 27 with 0.74 walks per game; and No. 33 with 0.28 home runs per game…broke the UH career home run record going 3-for-3 against San Jose State (March 24) with a solo blast to centerfield in the second inning of an 8-0 win in six innings pushing past the previous record held by former UH All-American Kate Robinson that was set in 2008…at the start of the 2013 season, she has upped her career home run total to 54 and she is also the UH career leader in walks with 117 and is second on the UH career hits list with 180 and second in career runs scored with 176 …named WAC Hitter of the Week (May 7) for the third time in her career after helping lead UH to a sweep at Utah State to clinch the regular season WAC title—in the series, she posted a 1.400 slugging percentage and a .769 on-base percentage after tying her career-high going 4-for-4 with a pair of doubles, two runs and two RBI in the second game and closed the series with a 2-for-2 performance tying her career-high with three runs scored and a solo home run…against Notre Dame in the NCAA Tucson Regional (May 18) went 4-for-5 and launched two home runs in one game for the third time her career…earned NFCA all-West Region honors (second team) for the second time in her career…earned all-WAC honors for the third season—second time on the first team…earned WAC scholar-athlete honors for third season while earning the highest GPA on the team…voted to the Capitol One CoSIDA Academic All-District VII team. 2011 (Sophomore): Started all 55 games in centerfield…finished second on the squad with a .426 on-base percentage and was third on the team with a .290 batting average (47-for-162) and a .525 slugging percentage…led UH with 34 walks and 11 doubles and was second with 38 runs scored…tallied 10 multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI games while finishing the season on a six game hitting streak…for the second straight year, was flawless in the outfield with a 1.000 fielding percentage (41 putouts and two assists)…Majam’s 78 career walks puts her as the UH career record leader after just her second season, past Tyleen Tausaga’s 76 walks… hit nine home runs in 2011 bringing her career total to 39—which is second in UH history only to Kate Robinson’s 44 homers and her 119 career runs scored ties her for fourth place all-time in UH history with Stacey Porter and Kehau Cofran...voted to the Chevron Spring Fling all-tournament team and was selected Most Valuable Player of the Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic…earned second-team all-WAC honors after hitting .319 (22-for-69) with 14 runs scored, five doubles, and three home runs in conference action. 2010 (Freshman): Started in all 66 games in centerfield…had an amazing rookie season, finishing the season as the NCAA home run leader while setting new WAC and UH single-season home run records with 30…nationally, was ranked fourth in runs per game (81), fifth in slugging percentage, 27th in on-base percentage, and 42nd in batting average…reached base safely in 61-of-66 games...broke the UH single-season records for runs scored (88) and walks (44)...overall, led UH in batting average (.400), runs scored 20

(81), triples (tied with Kanani Pu‘u-Warren with two), home runs (30), RBI (60 - tied with Melissa Gonzalez), on-base percentage (.519), slugging percentage (.919), and walks (44)…tallied a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage with 79 put-outs and six assists...completed the season ranked second in UH history with 60 RBI (tied with teammate Melissa Gonzalez) and third in hits (84) and doubles (15 - tied with Stacey Porter and Stephanie Wiese)...in WAC play had a batting average of .397, had 27 hits, six doubles, 10 home runs, and 24 RBI... first collegiate hit was a two-run home run against Texas A&M-CC...tied a single-game UH record by scoring four runs against San Diego (2/20) during the Louisville-Slugger Desert Classic in Las Vegas, Nev. ...first collegiate hit was a two-run home run against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/12)...notched a game-high four hits going 4-for-4 at UNLV (2/19) while scoring two runs with two RBI and two doubles in the game...drove in multiple runs in 16 games and had multiple-hits 22 times...had a teamhigh 18-game hitting-streak from March 13 through April 10...was voted Most Valuable Player of the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament and the Chevron Spring Fling Tournament...named WAC Hitter of the Week twice this season (2/22 and 3/22)...at the UNLV Desert Classic tourney, hit .750 (12-of-16) with team-highs in runs (10), hits (12), doubles (3) and walks (5) while posting seven RBI and two home runs...in the Chevron Malihini Kipa Aloha tournament, racked up eight hits--five of which were home runs... was named the Most Valuable Player in the WAC tournament after hitting .571 (8-for-14) with seven runs scored, eight RBI, a double, five walks and three home runs...during the NCAA tournament, hit .333 (8-for-24) with team-highs in runs scored (9) and walks (7) along with a double and two home runs...was voted the 2010 WAC Freshman of the Year, while earning first team All-WAC honors...also selected first team All-West Region...became the first UH player to earn ESPN.com All-America honors, and was just the sixth Rainbow Wahine to earn second team National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America honors...also named a 2010 UH Scholar-Athlete and a WAC all-Academic player. 2009 (Medical Redshirt) Prep: A 2008 graduate of Mountain Empire HS in Pine Valley, Calif... earned four varsity letters in both softball and soccer...helped lead the Redhawks to multiple conference titles in softball (2005, 06) and soccer (2006, 07)...was named the state’s Division 4 Player of the Year in both 2007 and 08...earned conference player of the year honors in 2007 and 08...other honors in 2008 include: CalHiSports all-state small school team; Mountain Empire HS most valuable player; all-state division 4 and all-conference first team...as a senior, carried a .789 batting average to lead the league...in soccer was the Redhawks most valuable player in 2005, 06, and 07; earned conference Player of the Year honors as a junior and was named to the all-conference team all four seasons...was the valedictorian of Mountain Empire HS with a 4.33 GPA and earned the school’s Scholar-Athlete Award...a member of the National Honor Society, Youth for Christ, and the Pep Club...also served as sophomore class secretary and was the 2008 yearbook editor... played for the 18U gold club team, SoCal Breakers from 2005-08. Personal: Born in San Diego, Calif...is majoring in secondary education (health and physical education)...has three sisters...older sister Allison played softball for Colorado State and younger sister Mari plays for Northwestern... parents are Pat and Ros Majam of Pine Valley, Calif. 2013 RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL


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CAREER HIGHS At-Bats: 5 (7x), vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) Runs: 4, San Diego (2/20/10) Hits: 4 (3x), last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) RBI: 5, vs. Fresno State (5/14/10-WAC Tournament) Doubles: 2 (4x), last at Utah State (5/6/12) Triples: 1(2x), last Washington (3/6/10) Home Runs: 2 (4x), last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) Total Bases: 10, vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) Walks: 3 (8x), last vs. CSU Northridge (2/2/18/12) Strike outs: 4, at Nevada (4/23/10) Hit-by-Pitch: 2, at New Mexico State (4/4/10) Sacrifice Fly: 1 (2x), last Nevada (4/9/11) Stolen Bases: 1 (6x), last Fresno State ( 4/28/12) Left on Base: 4, vs. Portland State (2/17/12) Put-Outs: 5, vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) Assists: 1 (11x), last at Utah (4/3/12) Errors: 1, vs. Texas (3/13/12)

MAJAM’S CAREER STATS Year 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

Avg GP-GS AB R H .400 66-66 210 81 84 .290 55-55 162 38 47 .318 53-53 154 57 49 .342 174-174 526 176 180

2B 15 11 8 34

3B 2 0 0 2

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HR 30 9 15 54

RBI 60 25 28 113

TB SLG% BB HBP SO 193 .919 44 8 46 85 .525 34 6 38 102 .662 39 9 24 380 .722 117 23 108

GDP 0 0 1 1

OB% .519 .426 .478 .478

SF SH SB-ATT 0 0 0-0 2 0 3-3 1 0 3-3 3 0 6-6

PO A 79 6 41 2 42 3 162 11

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .978 1 .994

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE SENIORS: KAIA PARNABY

#16 KAIA PARNABY PITCHER 5-6

SENIOR

BILGOLA PLATEAU, NSW, AUSTRALIA NBSC FRESHWATER SENIOR CAMPUS 2012 (Junior): Appeared in 23 games with 21 starts in the circle for UH… finished the year with 16 wins, 16 complete games, nine shutouts, and 124 strikeouts…finished her junior season with a team and league-low 1.47 ERA…held opposing batters to a .184 batting average…fired her second career no-hitter against Marist (Mar. 14), striking out a career-high 14 batters while facing just two batters over the minimum in seven innings of work…posted double-digit strike outs in three games this season (Marist, Utah Valley, and Fresno State)…recorded a 5-2 WAC mark with a 1.70 ERA and three shut outs…fired a complete-game, 11 inning shutout in the longest outing of her career over Fresno State (Apr. 28) with 10 strike outs while scattering three hits and two walks in the 1-0 win over the Bulldogs… named WAC Pitcher of the Week (Apr. 16) for the fourth time of her career after firing a one-hit shutout, striking out seven over five innings against Louisiana Tech…earned second team all-WAC honors for the first time in her career. 2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 20 games with 17 starts on the mound for the Rainbow Wahine...led the conference in overall games and was ranked No. 13 in the NCAA DI with an ERA of 1.28…tallied a 12-6 record with 15 complete games, four shut-outs and a save in 114.2 innings pitched…walked just 33 batters while striking out 135…held opponents to a .181 batting average…finished the season in the NCAA ranked No. 43 with 8.2 strike outs per seven innings and No. 27 with 4.7 hits allowed per game…in conference appeared in nine games with seven starts while posting a 4-3 record and a save with a 1.28 ERA in 43.2 innings pitched… notched five complete games—including two shut-outs…issued 18 walks with 54 strike outs while holding opposing WAC teams to a .188 average… earned WAC Pitcher of the Week honors (Apr. 11-17) after tossing her first career perfect game, going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA against Louisiana Tech (complete game), tying her career-high of 12 strikeouts—including the first seven outs of the game…voted Most Outstanding Pitcher of the Bank of Hawaii Invitational.

International Experience: Parnaby started out playing softball for Manly Warringah Softball Association...in 2004, she was named to the New South Wales U16 team...in 2006, she was named to the Australian All Schools team...that same year, she represented Australia on the junior national U19 team...she had a scholarship with and became the first player from Manly Warringah Softball Association to play for the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in 2006...also in 2006, she played for the New South Wales side that won the Australian All Schools Softball Championship...Parnaby transferred to the North Shore District Softball Association in 2007 joining their Open Women’s and State League teams...in 2009, she was again with and played for the AIS team...Parnaby has been a member of the senior Australia women’s national softball team since 2009...she participated in a Brisbanebased training camp in 2009 and was a member of the Australian side that competed at the World Cup of Softball in Oklahoma City, Okla. the past three summers...currently she is a member of the Australia women’s national softball team. Prep: A 2008 graduate of the NBSC Freshwater Senior Campus in New South Wales, Australia…helped lead the NSW regional team to three consecutive national tournament titles in 2006, ’07, and ’08…earned NSW all-schools, Sydney North softball, and Australian all-schools honors three straight seasons (2006, ’07, and ’08)…pitched in three major international tournaments this past summers as a member of the Australian Open Women’s team which she has been selected for three times (2006, ’07 and ’09)…also was a member of the NSW U19 squad three seasons (20007, ’08, and ’09) and the NSW Open team (2008, ’09) …played on the 2009 open national team with former Rainbow Wahine Clare Warwick and Justine Smethurst. Personal: Born in Sydney, Australia…majoring in kinesiology and rehabilitation sciences…has one younger sister, Lauren who was also on the Rainbow Wahine team…parents are Glenn and Gayle of Bilgola Plateau, New South Wales, Australia.

2010 (Freshman) Appeared in 35 games and started 27 on the mound… ended her premiere season with a 19-6 record… had a 3.08 ERA and was able to hold opponents to a .251 batting average with 46 walks and 193 strike outs in 172.2 innings pitched… in WAC play had a record of 6-1 with an ERA of 4.75… held opponents to a .279 batting average with 13 walks and 52 strike outs in 48.2 innings pitched...earned WAC Pitcher of the Week honor the week of April 7th and was named to the Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic tournament team as the Most Outstanding Pitcher, and also named to the Cheveron Spring Fling tournament team.

PARNABY’ PITCHING STATS Year ERA W-L 2010 3.08 19-6 2011 1.28 12-6 2012 1.47 16-3 TOTAL 2.09 47-15

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App GS 35 27 20 17 23 21 78 65

CG SHO/CBO SV 19 6/0 2 15 4/0 1 16 9/0 0 50 19/0 3

IP 172.2 114.2 124.0 411.1

H R 169 86 77 31 86 38 332 155

ER 76 21 26 123

BB 46 33 25 104

SO 193 135 124 452

2B 18 8 10 36

3B 2 3 1 6

HR BF B/Avg WP 29 757 .251 4 10 471 .181 6 6 515 .184 10 45 1743 .212 20

HBP 16 6 18 40

BK 3 2 5 10

SFA 4 2 0 6

SHA 16 5 4 25

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H EA DER HEADER CAREER PITCHING HIGHS

CAREER PITCHING LOWS

11.0, Fresno State (4/28/12)

INN.

0.1, vs. BYU (5/11/12)

11, vs. Oregon (2/26/10)

HITS

0 (9x) last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12)

7, at BYU (4/7/12)

RUNS 0 (28x) last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12)

6 (4x) last vs BYU (5/11/12)

ER

4 (2x) last at San Jose St (5/7/11)

BB

0 (36x) last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) 0 (21x) last N. Dakota St. (5/19/12)

14, Marist (3/14/12)

K

0 (2x) last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12)

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE JUNIORS: SHARLA KLIEBENSTEIN

#3 SHARLA KLIEBENSTEIN OUTFIELD/CATCHER 5-8

JUNIOR

OCEANSIDE, CALIF. EL CAMINO HS 2012 (Sophomore): Started 35 games in right field…finished her second season with a .235 batting average (23-for-98)…racked up eight home runs to go along with 27 RBI, and a .510 slugging percentage…recorded 6 multiple RBI games…slugged a home run in three consecutive games from March 10-11. 2011 (Freshman): Started all 55 games at catcher…finished her rookie season with a .252 average (38-for-151) and was second on the team with 13 home runs, 38 RBI and a .556 slugging percentage…hit seven doubles scored 30 runs and had a .358 on-base percentage…racked up five multiple-hit games and was second on the squad with 11 multipleRBI games…got first collegiate hit in season opener against Southern Utah (Feb. 10)…launched two home runs while going 3-for-4 against CSU Northridge (Feb. 20)...against Utah State (Mar. 26) hit a grand-slam that helped lead the Rainbow Wahine to a 8-0 win… ranked 93rd in the NCAA in home runs per game (0.24)…voted to the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament, Bank of Hawaii Invitational, and Chevron Spring Fling all-tournament teams. Prep: A 2010 graduate of El Camino High School in Oceanside, Calif… earned four letters in softball under head coach Ron Mizushima…helped her team to a 23-5 record in 2009…helped lead her team to a Division I CIF Championship in 2010… batted .283 as a senior with a .340 slugging percentage…earned first team Palomar League honors and was her team’s MVP in 2008 and in 2010. Personal: Born in Oceanside, Calif…majoring in sociology…has one sister… parents are Sharra and Randy Kliebenstein of Oceanside, Calif.

KLIEBENSTEIN’S CAREER STATS Year 2011 2012 TOTAL

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Avg .252 .235 .245

GP-GS 55-55 38-35 93-90

AB 151 98 249

R 30 20 50

H 38 23 61

2B 7 3 10

3B 0 0 0

HR 13 8 21

RBI 38 27 65

TB 84 50 34

SLG% .556 .510 .538

BB 20 13 33

HBP 5 5 10

SO 45 38 83

GDP 2 0 2

OB% .358 .353 .356

SF SH 0 0 0 1 0 1

SB-ATT 2-2 4-4 6-6

PO A 396 23 28 3 424 26

E 3 2 5

FLD% .993 .939 .989

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE JUNIORS: JORI JASPER

#12 JORI JASPER First Base 5-9 Junior Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i Kaua‘i HS 2012 (Sophomore): Made first collegiate appearance at Utah State and drew a walk in her first at-bat....earned NFCA Scholar-Athlete Award for the third straight season and served as the Co-Chair on UH’s Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC)...elected as the Big West National SAAC Representative. 2011 (Freshman): Earned NFCA Scholar-Athlete Award for second straight season and served as the treasurer on UH’s Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC). 2010 (Redshirt): Named a NFCA scholar-athlete. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Kaua’i High School in Lihu’e, Kaua’i…earned four varsity letters in softball, three in volleyball, and two in basketball… helped lead the Raiders’ softball team to four consecutive conference championships from 2006-09...won division II state softball championship in 2009 after finishing as the runner-up in both 2007 and ‘08…as a senior, was selected team captain in softball, basketball and volleyball...earned league all-star honors as a first baseman in 2008 and ‘09...won the softball sportsmanship award as a freshman and a sophomore and was voted the team’s most inspirational player as a junior...in volleyball, earned all-league honors as an outside hitter in 2009 and was voted Most Valuable Player on the 2007 basketball squad...was named Kaua’i High’s Scholar Athlete of the Year 2008-09...was a scholar-athlete and a member of the Principal’s List all four years...a member of the National Society of High School Scholars, the National Honor Society, and was the National Business Education Award winner for 2009...was Kaua’i High School’s student body president as a senior. Personal: Born in Lihu’e, Kaua’i…graduated with three degrees in entrepreneurship, marketing and international business…named to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars list and to UH’s academic honor roll in 2010, 2011 and 2012...in 2011, named a Beta Gamma Sigma Scholar, Golden Key International Honor Society Scholar, and “Fish Scholar” finalist...a member of the UH entrepreneurship club...in 2012 named the Outstanding Student in Entrepreneurship in the Shidler College of Business...is a licensed Hawaii real estate agent...currently is a member of the UH Sociology Graduate Program...older brother Jett Jasper graduated from UH and was a member of the University of Hawai’i football team…parents are Richard and Therese Jasper of Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i.

JASPER’S CAREER STATS Year 2011 2012 TOTAL

Avg .000 .000 .000

GP-GS 0-0 1-0 1-0

AB 0 0 0

R 0 0 0

H 0 0 0

2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

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HR 0 0 0

RBI 0 0 0

TB 0 0 0

SLG% BB .000 0 .000 1 .000 1

HBP 0 0 0

SO 0 0 0

GDP 0 0 0

OB% SF SH .000 0 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 0 0

SB-ATT 0 0 0

PO 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

E 0 0 0

FLD% .000 .000 .000

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE JUNIORS: KAILE NAKAO

#2 KAILE NAKAO UTILITY 5-4

JUNIOR

SANTA MONICA, CALIF. SANTA MONICA HS 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in seven games as a pinch hitter for the Rainbow Wahine…batted .143 (1-for-7)…recorded one run scored and two RBI on the season. 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 15 games with eight starts at second baseman and one as the designated player...scored two runs and drove in two runs on the season…first collegiate hit was a double against UC Davis (Feb. 11). Prep: A 2010 graduate of Santa Monica High School… earned four varsity letters in softball… helped her team to four consecutive league championships and a CIF Division IV championship in 2010… was named Most Outstanding Player for her league in 2007, earned first team All-League in 2008 and 2009, in 2010 was the co-MVP of her league, and named to the first team All-CIF. Personal: Born in Santa Monica, Calif… majoring in kinesiology and rehabilitation sciences… parents are Patti and Danny Nakao of Santa Monica, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats: 3 (2x), last vs. Brigham Young (3/19/11) Runs: 1 (3x), last Seattle (2/11/12) Hits: 1 (2x) last vs Idaho State (2/18/12) RBI: 2, vs. Idaho State (2/18/12) Doubles: 1 vs UC Davis (2/11/11) Total Bases: 2 vs UC Davis (2/11/11) Walks: 2 vs Southern Utah (2/12/11) Strike outs: 2 (3x), last at Utah State (5/6/12) Sacrifice:1, vs. North Dakota State (5/19/12) Sacrifice Fly: 1 vs Texas State (2/11/11) Hit-by-pitch: 1 (3x) last vs. North Dakota St. (5/19/12) Runners LOB: 2, Seattle (2/11/12) Put-outs: 5 vs Brigham Young (3/19/11) Assists: 3 vs California (3/18/11) Errors: 1 (5x), last at Utah State (5/6/12)

NAKAO’S CAREER BATTING STATS Year 2011 2012 TOTAL

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Avg .043 .143 .067

GP-GS AB 15-9 23 7-0 7 22-9 30

R 2 1 3

H 1 1 2

2B 1 0 1

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 2 2 .087 6 2 1 .143 1 4 3 .100 7

HBP 1 2 3

SO 8 4 12

GDP 0 00 0

OB% SF SH SB-ATT .258 1 0 0-0 .400 0 1 0-0 .293 1 1 0-0

PO 21 3 24

A 10 3 13

E FLD% 3 .912 2 .750 5 .881

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE JUNIORS: JAZMINE ZAMORA

#28 JAZMINE ZAMORA Second Base 5-3

Junior

Temecula, Calif. Great Oak, HS 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 35 games, utilized mostly as a pinch runner…batted .286 (2-for-7)…scored a career season high of 14 runs… hit her first career double and later drove in her second RBI of her career on a ground-out against Seattle (Feb. 11) ... earned academic all-WAC honors. 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 23 games this season with four starts as the designated player...primarily used as a pinch hitter, but also saw time as a pinch runner, second baseman, and outfielder...scored her first collegiate run against South Dakota State (Mar. 5)...hit .105 for the season (2-for-19) with an RBI and five runs scored. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Great Oak High School in Temecula, Calif… earned a total of nine varsity letters in three different sports… two in golf, four in basketball, and three in softball… earned all league honors in softball in 2007, 2008, and 2009… helped her basketball team to three consecutive league championships in basketball… earned first team all league honors in 2008, 2009, and 2010 for basketball, and was named to the Adidas top 100 list in 2008. Personal: Born in San Jose, Calif… majoring in marketing…parents are Cristina and Dennis Zamora of Temecula, Calif

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats: 3 (2x), last vs Brigham Young (3/19/11) Runs: 1 (19x), at Utah State (5/6/12) Hits:1 (4x), last at Utah State (5/6/12) RBI:1 (2x) last Seattle (2/11/12) Doubles: 1, Seattle, 2/11/12) Total Bases: 2, Seattle (2/11/12) Walks: 1 (4x), last at Utah State (5/6/12) Strike outs: 3 vs Oklahoma (2/24/11) Sacrifice: 1 vs Texas State (2/11/11) Stolen Bases: 1 (3x) last Marist (3/14/12) Hit-by-pitch: 1 vs Southern Utah (2/10/11) Put-outs: 2 vs New Mexico State (4/30/11) Assists: 3 vs New Mexico State (4/30/11)

ZAMORA’S CAREER STATS Year 2011 2012 TOTAL

Avg GP-GS AB .105 23-4 19 .286 35-0 7 .154 58-4 26

R 5 14 19

H 2 2 4

2B 0 1 1

3B 0 0 0

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HR 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 1 2 .105 2 1 3 .429 2 2 5 .192 4

HBP 1 0 1

SO 8 3 11

GDP 0 0 0

OB% SF SH SB-ATT .227 0 1 1-1 .444 0 0 2-2 .290 0 1 3-3

PO 3 0 3

A 5 0 5

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 .000 0 1.000

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE SOPHOMORES: JORDAN BURTON

#11 JORDAN BURTON Outfield 5-4 Sophomore Escondido, Calif. Mission High School 2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 12 games—primarily a pinch runner—but also saw action in the outfield in five games…scored six runs while batting .167 (1-for-6) as a freshman…got first collegiate hit and first RBI at Utah Valley (April 4). Prep: A 2011 graduate of Mission Hills High School in San Marcos, Calif….earned four varsity letters in softball and two in basketball…helped lead the Grizzlies to the league championship in 2011…earned honorable mention honors and Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2008; named defensive Player of the Year while earning honorable mention honors in 2009…named second team all-leage as a junior and a senior…voted team captain as a junior and a senior...academically earned a spot on the Union Tribune Academic Honor Roll in 2008, ’09, ’10, and ’11…was a team captain for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and volunteered at the Red Cross. Personal: Born in Escondido, Calif…nickname is “Jojo”…majoring in family resources…has two older brothers, an older sister and a younger brother…parents are Scott and Janet Burton of Escondido, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats: 2, Seattle(2/11/12) Runs: 1 (6x), last vs. North Dakota St. (5/19/12) Hits: 1, at Utah Valley State (4/4/12) RBI: 1, at Utah Valley State (4/4/12) Strike outs: 2, Seattle (2/11/12) Putouts: 1 (2x), last at Utah State (5/6/12-1) Errors: 1, at Utah State (5/6/12-1)

BURTON’S CAREER BATTING STATS Year 2012

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Avg GP-GS AB .167 12-0 6

R 6

H 1

2B 0

3B 0

HR 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 1 1 .167 0

HBP 0

SO 5

GDP 0

OB% SF SH SB-ATT .167 0 0 0-0

PO 2

A 0

E FLD% 1 .667

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE SOPHOMORES: LEISHA LI‘ILI‘I

#10 LEISHA LI‘ILI‘I First Base 5-11 Sophomore Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu Castle High School 2012 (Freshman): Started all 53 games for UH—50 at designated player, three at first base…had UH’s longest hitting streak at 10 games (Feb. 16-Mar. 4)…ranked second on the team and fourth in the WAC with 11 multiple RBI games and recorded eight multiple-hit games …finished near the top in several offensive categories for the team: No. 2 in RBI (38); No. 3 in batting average (.319); slugging percentage (.576); and home runs (10); and No. 4 in hits (46) and walks (23)… was named WAC Hitter of the Week for March 5-11 after hitting .556 (5-for-9) with a double and three home runs during the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament in which she racked up a team-high 15 total bases and led the team with an on-base percentage of .600 and a slugging percentage of 1.667 while driving in five runs and scoring three times… became the sixth Rainbow Wahine to be voted WAC Freshman of the Year –including teammates Stephanie Ricketts (2009) and Kelly Majam (2010)…was selected to the all-WAC second team as a designated player and earned a spot on the WAC’s all-academic freshman team. Prep: A 2011 graduate of James B. Castle High School in Kaneohe, Oahu…earned four letters in both softball and basketball….had an prolific career in softball earning first team all-league as a freshman and second team as a sophomore and junior, then as a senior was named Star-Advertiser State Position Player of the Year while earning state all-tournament honors as a senior…was also inducted in the Hall of Honors in 2011…in basketball was all division three years in a row. Personal: Born in Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu…majoring in family resources…has one younger brother and one younger sister…parents are Jeffery and Jeannie Li‘ili‘i of Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu.

CAREER HIGHS At-Bats: 4 (9x), last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) Runs: 3, vs. Seattle (2/11/12) Hits: 3 (3x) last at Utah State (5/6/12) RBI: 5, vs. Memphis (2/16/12) Doubles: 1 (7x) last at Utah State (5/5/12) Home Runs: 1 (10x), last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) Total Bases: 6 (2x) last at Nevada (4/21/12) Walks: 2 (4x) last vs. North Dakota State (5/16/12) Strike outs: 3, at Utah (4/3/12) /1, Louisiana Tech (4/14/12) Runner LOB: 3 (5x) last vs. Notre Dame (5/18/12) Putouts: 8, vs. Memphis (2/16/12)

LI‘ILI‘I’S BATTING STATS Year 2012

Avg GP-GS AB R .319 53-53 144 17

H 46

2B 7

3B 0

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HR 10

RBI TB SLG% BB 38 83 .576 23

HBP 1

SO 31

GDP 1

OB% SF SH SB-ATT 417 0 0 0-0

PO 41

A 0

E FLD% 0 1.000

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE SOPHOMORES: KAYLA WARTNER

#24 KAYLA WARTNER Catcher/First Base 5-6

Sophomore

Escondido, Calif. Escondido High School 2012 (Freshman): Started all 53 games as a catcher for UH…had eight multiple-hit games as well as eight multiple RBI games…finished the season reaching base safely in 14 consecutive games…led the squad with 10 doubles…second on the team with 34 walks and No. 3 with an on-base percentage of .431…hit a walk-off home run in a 1-0 win over UMKC (Missouri-Kansas City) on Feb. 13...hit another clutch walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the 11th inning to defeat conference rival Fresno State, 1-0...in the final game of UH’s 2012 season, Wartner hit a career-high two home runs, going 2-for-5 tying her career highs with four RBI and two runs scored against North Dakota State (May 10) at the NCAA Tucson Regionals. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Escondido High School in Escondido, Calif…. earned three varsity letters in softball…named league Player of the Year in 2011 and was twice selected as a first-team all-league player as a junior and a senior and a second-team all-county as a junior…played four years for the club team, the San Diego Legacy… hit .486 this past club season with the San Diego Legacy which finished fifth in regionals. Personal: Born in San Jose, Calif….nickname is “Boo”… majoring in sociology has one older brother…daughter of Scott and Shana Wartner of Escondido, Calif.

WARTNER’S CAREER BATTING STATS Year 2012

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Avg GP-GS AB .273 53-53 154

R 29

H 42

2B 10

3B 0

HR 6

RBI TB SLG% BB 29 70 .455 34

HBP 9

SO 40

GDP 1

OB% SF SH SB-ATT .431 0 1 1-1

PO A 361 20

E FLD% 2 .995

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE FRESHMEN: AUSTIN WILKERSON & KRISTINA AKIONA

#20 AUSTIN WILKERSON #19 KRISTINA AKIONA Catcher/Third Base

Third Base/Shortstop

5-4

5-10

Freshman

Freshman

Ferndale, Wash.

Buena Park, Calif.

Sehome, High School

Pacifica High School

2012: Redshirted Prep: A 2011 graduate of Sehome High School in Bellingham, Wash… earned four varsity letters in softball and weightlifting and three in basketball…in 2008 as a freshman, she earned first team all-county and secondteam all-conference honors and was selected her team’s Offensive Player of the Year…in 2009 was voted first team all-conference and first-team allcounty and was named Sehome’s Most Valuable Player…as a junior in 2010 earned first team all-conference and was named the county softball Player of the Year as well as the being named the team’s MVP as the team’s cocaptain…in 2011 as a senior was selected the conference and county Player of the Year and for the second straight season was voted the team MVP… had a career batting average of .579 with 24 home runs and 36 walks—33 of those intentional…was a member and captain of her American Cancer Society Relay for Life team for six years...played for the Washington Ladyhawks for both U16 and U18 gold…was named a Colorado Fireworks Tournament All-American and was selected to the Addidas Top 100… helped lead the Ladyhawks to the U16 Western National Championship and Canada Cup Showcase U16 Championship.

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Pacifica High School in Garden Grove, Calif. …earned four varsity letters in softball and one in volleyball…helped the powerhouse Mariners win league championships all four years—with an undefeated conference record at 12-0 in 2011 and an 11-1 record in 2012…Pacifica finished the 2012 season with a 28-3 record and was ranked No. 9 nationally and No. 5 in California according to MaxPreps…in her senior season, hit .303 (23-of-76) with three doubles, a triple and seven home runs…recorded an on-base percentage of .409 and slugging percentage of .645 with 21 runs scored with 26 RBI…as a junior hit .292 with a .500 slugging percentage and 12 runs scored…earned second-team all-league honors in her lone volleyball year while being an outside hitter…earned scholar athlete honors in both 2011 and 2012 while making the Principal’s Honor Roll the past three years. Personal: Born in Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu…intends to major in business management…played for the Artesia Punishers club team for five seasons…has one older sister…parents are Johnen and Mark Akiona of Buena Park, Calif.

Personal: Born in Bellingham, Wash….nickname is “Wilk”…plans to major in elementary education (physical education)…holds her high school’s weightlifting record with a deadlift of 420 pounds…parents are Jim and Ann-Marie Wilkerson of Ferndale, Wash.

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE FRESHMEN: KEIKI CARLOS & LOIE KESTERSON

#15 KEIKI CARLOS

#9 LOIE KESTERSON

Pitcher/Outfield

Pitcher/Outfield

5-3

5-6

Freshman

Freshman

Mililani, O‘ahu

Corona, Calif.

Mid-Pacific Institute

Corona High School

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu, O‘ahu… earned four varsity letters in softball… is a three-time first-team all-state; three-time all-league; three-time state all-tournament selection; and twotime Division I state tournament Most Valuable Player…became the first player from MPI to be selected as the Gatorade Hawaii State Softball Player of the Year as a junior and then again as a senior…is just the fourth player in Hawaii history to earn the Gatorade honor twice…was recognized as MPI’s Athlete of the Year in 2012…helped power the Owls to back-toback Division I state tournament titles as a junior and senior and to three consecutive league championships (2010, ’11, ’12)…as a senior pitcher, she posted a 17-2 record with a 1.17 ERA and 113 strike outs in 114 innings pitched and on offense she batted .592 with 26 RBI, four home runs and a .667 on-base percentage…as a junior posted a 17-3 record on the mound with a 1.11 ERA and 130 strike outs while it .365 batting average with three home runs and 19 RBI’s...in her senior season, Keiki hit .592 batting average, 26 RBI’s, five homeruns, .959 slugging percentage in offense…as pitcher, Keiki pitched 16 complete games, five of which were shutouts… played for the club team, Island Athletes for two years and were U-18 state champions in 2012, U-16 state champions in 2011, and placed 13th at the U-16 nationals in 2011… earned a spot on MPI’s honor roll and President’s list…volunteered as a student ambassador on behalf of MPI’s Holomua Honor Society and was a member of the school’s Spanish Club and Interact Club.

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Corona High School in Corona, Calif…earned four varsity letters in softball…fired three shutouts to lead her team to the Division I league championship game…posted a 1.36 ERA in 160 innings pitched with five saves while earning all-country honors in 2010…plays for the American Pastime Gold club team out of Upland, Calif. and has been a starter since sophomore year…participated in the 2010 and 2011 ASA national championship in Premier and ASA Gold…helped take the team to a third place finish at the 14U ASA Nationals. Personal: Born in Bellvue, Wash…intends to major in kinesiology and rehabilitation sciences…parents are Susan and Steve Kesterson of Corona, Calif.

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…intends to major in family resources …has two younger sisters…parents are Lori and Stephen Carlos of Mililani, O‘ahu.

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE FRESHMEN: CIANA RUSS & DORI ANN SUGAI

#21 CIANA RUSS

#8 DORI ANN SUGAI

Outfield

Second Base

5-8

5-2

Freshman

Freshman

‘Aiea, O‘ahu

‘Aiea, O‘ahu

Moanalua High School

Moanalua High School

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Moanalua High School in Honolulu, O‘ahu… earned three varsity letters in softball combined at both ‘Aiea High School and Moanalua High School…recorded a .387 batting average (12-or-31) with 11 runs scored and nine RBI in her senior season for the Menehune… launched a career-high two home runs in a single game against Kailua High School. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…intends to major in psychology…has one younger brother…parents are Kathryn and John Russ of ‘Aiea, O‘ahu.

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Prep: A 2012 graduate of Moanalua High School in Honolulu, O‘ahu... earned four varsity softball letters and also paddled for three seasons...twice earned conference division second team honors in 2011 and 2012...also wa named Moanalua’s Most Inspirational Player for softball in both 2011 and 2012...helped lead the Menehune to a 9-3 record and a berth into the state tournament...as a senior, hit .404 with a .931 fielding average and was 3-for-3 in stolen bases. Personal: Born in ‘Aiea, O‘ahu...currently she is undecided on a major... parents are Grant and Diane Sugai of ‘Aiea, O‘ahu...father Grant played for the University of Hawai‘i baseball team from 1973-74.

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MEET THE RAINBOW WAHINE FRESHMEN: ALYSSA VILLALPANDO & KIANI WONG

#22 ALYSSA VILLALPANDO Third Base/Catcher/SS

Second Base/Shortstop

5-8

5-3

Freshman

Freshman

El Monte, Calif.

Hilo, Hawai‘i

Los Altos High School

Kamehameha Schools-Hawai‘i

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Los Altos High School in Hacienda Heights, Calif…played all four years of high school softball…helped her team win the league championship in 2009 and 2012…she is a three-time first team allleague selection who was named the school’s “Rookie of the Year” in 2009, “Silver Slugger” award winner in 2010, and in her junior season was voted the Most Valuable Player on her team…voted team MVP, league MVP, and first team all league in her senior season…hit .375 with a slugging percentage of .732, 16 runs scored and 12 RBI in 2011…most recently was selected as a captain for the SGV Velocity Gold team that also produced current Rainbow Wahine Jazmine Zamora. Personal: Born in West Covina, Calif…intends to major in sociology…has two older sisters and two older brothers…parents are Patricia and Gustavo Villalpando of El Monte, Calif.

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#14 KIANI WONG

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Kamehameha Schools—Hawai‘i in Kea‘au on the island of Hawai‘i…earned four varsity letters in softball…helped lead the Warriors to three conference championships...earned several accolades during her high school career, including being named the 2010 Division II Player of the Year; 2010 all-state honorable mention; and all-conference in 2010 and 2012…senior year batting average was .419. Personal: Born in Hilo, Hawai‘i…plans to major in business…has one older brother and one younger brother…older brother is former UH baseball standout Kolten Wong who was a first round draft pick of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2011 Major League Baseball draft…parents are Keala and Kaha Wong of Hilo, Hawai‘i.

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2012 SEASON RECAP 2012 OPPONENTS BY CONFERENCE ATLANTIC COAST #20 Florida State BIG 12 #6 Texas #21 Texas A&M BIG EAST DePaul Notre Dame BIG SOUTH Radford

at New Mexico State at BYU Louisiana Tech at Nevada Fresno State

at Utah State

%

2012 ALL-WAC PLAYERS

W, 2-1 (3/3) W, 1-0 (3/4) L, 0-4 (3/13) L, 1-3 (3/16) W, 5-0 (2/10) W, 9-2 (2/11) L, 3-7 (5/18)% W, 11-3 (6) (3/3) W, 5-1 (3/4) W, 4-0 (3/10) W, 2-1 (3/17)

Winthrop BIG WEST vs. UC Riverside W, 8-0 (5) (2/17) vs. CSU Northridge W, 8-0 (6) (2/18) UC Santa Barbara W, 5-0 (3/3) CONFERENCE USA vs Memphis W, 9-1 (6) (2/16) METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC Marist W, 4-0 (3/11) W, 6-0 (3/14) MISSOURI VALLEY Southern Illinois W, 7-1 (3/10) MOUNTAIN WEST at UNLV W, 12-2 (5) (2/19) NORTHEAST Robert Morris W, 9-0 (5) (3/11) PACIFIC-12 #1 California W, 3-1 (10) (3/15) at Utah W, 7-3 (4/3) PACIFIC COAST SOFTBALL Seattle W, 6-2 (2/9) W, 21-0 (5) (2/11) vs. Portland State W, 11-3 (2/17) vs. Idaho State W, 14-0 (5) (2/18) at Utah Valley W, 6-1 (4/4) THE SUMMIT LEAGUE UMKC W, 5-1 (2/10) W, 1-0 (2/13) North Dakota State L, 7-9 (5/19)% WESTERN ATHLETIC San Jose State

2012 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

W, 4-1 (3/23) L, 2-4 (3/24) W, 9-0 (6) (3/24) W, 5-1 (5/10)* W, 9-1 (5) W, 4-3 W, 4-1 W, 1-0 (4/7) L, 3-7 (4/7) L, 4-6 (5/11)* W, 9-1 (6) (4/13) W, 9-1 (5) (4/14) W, 8-0 (5) (4/14) W, 6-0 (4/20) W, 6-2 (4/21) L, 0-4 (4/21) W, 11-3 (5) (4/27) W, 1-0 (11) (4/28) W, 2-0 (4/28) L, 7-9 (5/11)* W, 9-2 (5/5) W, 18-0 (5/6) W, 5-1 (5/6)

* denotes WAC Tournament game denotes NCAA Touranment game (Tucson Regional)

The record-setting 2012 Rainbow Wahine softball team got off to its best start in school history with a 21-game win streak and took that momentum into their final year in the Western Athletic Conference, where the ‘Bows won its fourth and final regular season WAC title. Along the way, Hawai‘i had some benchmark victories—two wins over DePaul, two wins over No. 20 Florida State; a thrilling, extra-inning, come-from-behind win over previously unbeaten No. 2/1 California; and for the first time in UH history, UH swept the Fresno State Bulldogs for the first and last time in conference. The 2012 squad was led by a strong core group of four-year seniors: Alex Aguirre, Makani DuhaylonsodKaleimamahu, Dara Pagaduan, and Stephanie Ricketts. Ricketts cemented herself as one of the best pitchers to ever don the green and white. Ricketts set new UH career records with 938.1 innings pitched, 818 strike outs, 33 shut outs, 164 appearances, 139 starts, 116 complete games, and 102 wins. The senior pitcher from San Jose, Calif., was the catalyst for the ‘Bows success all season as she had a career-low 1.49 ERA while holding opposing hitters to a career low .191 batting average. She became the just the 10th Rainbow Wahine to earn National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America honors (second team) and the fourth UH player to be voted an Easton All-America twice in her career. Ricketts also became the first Rainbow Wahine softball player to be tabbed a Senior CLASS First-Team All-American. She became the first Rainbow Wahine to ever be selected WAC Pitcher of the Year for a third time after going 12-1 with a 1.07 ERA in conference action with four shutouts and 12 complete games and earned all-WAC honors (first team) for the fourth season. She also got the job done in the classroom, becoming just the second Rainbow Wahine to earn CoSIDA Academic All-American honors. Combined with Ricketts was junior ace Kaia Parnaby, and together, they proved to be one of the most formidable duos in the nation--at one point leading the NCAA in lowest ERA. Parnaby finished the season with 16 wins, 16 complete games, nine shutouts, and 124 strikeouts and a team and league-low 1.47 ERA while she held opposing batters to a .184 batting average. Parnaby went 5-2 in WAC action with a 1.70 ERA and three shut outs. Fellow junior, Jessica Iwata, was feared by opponents at the plate as she lead UH’s vaunted offensive attack in a plethora of offensive categories, including batting average (.400); slugging percentage (.740); on-base percentage (.503); hits (60); RBI (57); total bases (111). She finished second on the team with 14 home runs, nine doubles and 37 runs scored and also led the ‘Bows with 17 multiple-hit and 18 multiple RBI games. Iwata finished ranked No. 18 in the NCAA DI with 1.08 RBI per game; No. 50 in batting average (.400); No. 49 in home runs per game (0.26); and No. 40 in slugging percentage (.740). She broke the UH career record for RBI when she drove in four runs after going 3-for-4 against BYU in the WAC Tournament (May 11) with a double and a home run and four RBI to bring her total at UH to 159, passing the former record of

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156 previously held by Tyleen Tausaga. She is now second on the UH career home run list with 47 and ended 2012 ranked No. 4 in UH history with a career .373 batting average and No. 3 in runs scored (145). Majam earned second team NFCA All-West Region honors after leading UH with 57 runs scored, 16 home runs and 39 walks and finished the 2012 season on an eight game hitting streak. She broke the UH career record for home runs (54) and the walks record (117) in just three seasons. Majam earned her third All-WAC honor. In all, eight Rainbow Wahine earned All-WAC honors, with Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Iwata, Majam, Ricketts, and Robinson were all voted to the first team. Aguirre, Li‘ili‘i, and Parnaby were selected to the second team. Li‘ili‘i also became the sixth UH player to earn WAC Freshman of the Year after she posted a .305 batting average in WAC games with four doubles, three home runs and 12 RBI. Ricketts was tabbed WAC Pitcher of the Year after tallying a 12-1 conference record with a 1.07 ERA with four shutouts while holding opponents to a .172 batting average. She racked up 79 strike outs in conference action. In four years, Ricketts has compiled a 46-9 WAC record. Head Coach Bob Coolen was named WAC Coach of the Year for the fourth time after guiding UH to its fourth title. The Non-Conference Season The ‘Bows started the season off hot, sweeping through the Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic, defeating a tough DePaul team and Seattle twice and UMKC once. UH then edged the UMKC Kangaroos, 1-0 in a single game before heading to Las Vegas, Nev. for their annual trek to the Desert Classic hosted by UNLV. Hawai‘i pummelled the competition in the thin air of the ninth island, rolling through by outscoring their opponents 62-6 in six games—with five games ending with the mercy rule being enforce. The ‘Bows notched victories over Memphis, Portland State, UC Riverside, CSU Northridge, Idaho State and host UNLV. After a week off upon returning to the islands, UH began a three week homstand and picked up right where they left off with five wins in the Bank of Hawaii Invitational--two over Radford and a pair of tight wins over No. 20 Florida State (2-1 and 1-0) to capture the championship. Hawai‘i extended their win streak to 21 when they won four games in the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament. The ‘Bows tallied wins over Southern Illinois, Radford, Robert Morris and Marist. But the following week, Hawai‘ was met by a tough Chevron Spring Fling tourney which featured three ranked opponents--No. 4 Texas, No. 1/2 California, and No. 21/22 Texas A&M. Hawai‘i fell in their opener that snapped the school-record win streak at 21 to No. 4 Texas, 0-4. But UH bounced back with Parnaby firing her second career no-hitter over Marist. Then, UH won one of its biggest games in school history, knocking off No. 1/2 California with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th by

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2012 OVERALL STATISTICS Record: 19-6 Home: 16-3 Away: 0-0 Neutral: 3-3 Big West: 0-0 Player

gp-gs

ab

r

h

rbi

tb

slg%

bb hp

so gdp

ob%

sf sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

0 Majam, Kelly

.324 25-25

avg

71

23

23

2b 3b hr

3

1

7

13

49

.690

18

2

14

1

.473

0

0

6-6

26

1

0

1.000

15 Carlos, Keiki

.324 24-24

68

12

22

8

0

3

15

39

.574

10

0

12

0

.400

2

0

2-2

7

5

3

.800

10 Li`ili`i, Leisha

.313 25-25

64

9

20

6

0

3

17

35

.547

15

2

16

0

.457

0

0

0-0

130

5

1

.993

24 Wartner, Kayla

.284 25-25

74

17

21

2

3

5

14

44

.595

11

2

23

0

.391

0

0

1-1

196

7

1

.995

1 Iwata, Jessica

.282 25-25

71

12

20

3

0

2

15

29

.408

8

1

11

0

.358

1

0

2-2

27

38

2

.970

28 Zamora, Jazmine

.264 23-18

53

9

14

3

0

3

9

26

.491

0

1

15

0

.273

1

4

1-1

27

22

3

.942

5 Buchanan, Brynne

.262 23-20

42

11

11

1

0

0

2

12

.286

3

0

11

0

.311

0

2

2-3

19

4

2

.920

3 Kleibenstein, Sharla

.188 25-25

69

9

13

3

0

3

13

25

.362

10

0

30

1

.291

0

0

3-3

26

0

2

.929

2 Nakao, Kaile

.120 15-11

25

1

3

1

0

0

3

4

.160

3

1

9

0

.241

0

1

0-0

11

12

2

.920

22 Villalpando, Alyssa

.103 24-23

58

2

6

1

0

1

4

10

.172

5

1

21

1

.188

0

0

0-0

30

29

4

.937

-------------------19 Akiona, Kristina

.286

8-2

7

0

2

0

0

0

0

2

.286

1

1

5

0

.444

0

0

0-1

0

0

0

.000

7 Anguiano, Tara

.182

8-2

11

4

2

0

0

1

2

5

.455

0

0

3

0

.182

0

0

0-0

1

2

0

1.000

.000

8 Sugai, Dori Ann

.000

11-0

1

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

11 Burton, Jordan

.000

3-0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

1

0

.000

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

.000

20 Wilkerson, Austin

.000

1-0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

1

0

.000

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

.000

14 Wong, Kiani

.000

10-0

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

3-4

0

0

0

.000

21 Russ, Ciana

.000

6-0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

.000

16 Parnaby, Kaia

.000

1-1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0-0

8

11

6

.760

Parnaby, L.

.000

1-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0-0

1

0

0

1.000

Totals

.255

25

616 119 157

31

4 28 107 280

.455

84 11 172

3

.352

4

7

20-23

509 139

26

.961

Opponents

.202

25

634

16

1 16

.306

48 10 193

4

.268

2

8

12-14

466 147

31

.952

60 128

51 194

LOB - Team (138), Opp (134). DPs turned - Team (8), Opp (10). Picked off - Buchanan, B. 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

16 Parnaby, Kaia

era

1.40

w-l

app gs

cg

sho

17-3

23 22

19

8/0

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

b/avg

2 141.2

91

29

22

18

178

12

1

7

.176

wp hp bk sfa sha

5

8

0

1

6

-------------------9 Kesterson, Loie

7.43

0-1

3

1

0

0/0

0

13.1

17

11

11

6

11

2

0

5

.315

3

1

1

1

0

10.43

2-2

6

2

0

0/0

0

14.2

20

20

17

24

4

2

0

4

.313

1

1

0

0

2

Totals

2.65

19-6

25

25

19

8/0

2

169.2

128

60

50

48

193

16

1

16

.202

9

10

1

2

8

Opponents

5.10

6-19

25

25

9

2/1

0

155.1

157

119

88

84

172

31

4

28

.255

18

11

2

4

7

15 Carlos, Keiki

PB - Team (1), Wartner, K. 1, Opp (1). Pickoffs - Team (1), Wartner, K. 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Wartner, K. (12-14), Parnaby,

Jessica Iwata. Ricketts earned the complete game win in the thrilling game. But the ‘Bows followed the win over Cal with a loss to No. 21/22 Texas A&M, 1-3. Hawai‘i then completed its non-conference tournament slate with a 2-1 win over Winthrop to bring their non-conference record to 24-2. Capturing UH’s Fourth WAC Title Hawai‘i went 17-3 en route to winning its fourth WAC regular season title. The ‘Bows started taking 2-of-3 games at home against San Jose State to start the season. UH then hit the road for its longest trip of the season with three games at New Mexico State, single games at Utah and Utah Valley; and then ending with a scheduled three-game series at BYU in Provo, Utah. Hawai‘i swept the Aggies in Las Cruces, N.M., 9-1 and then the doubleheader 4-3 and 4-1. UH then won single games against the Utes and the Wolverines before splitting a doubleheader at BYU. Hawai‘i was only able to get in the two games in Provo due to a snow storm. UH returned home to sweep Louisiana Tech-with two by the mercy rule, 9-1, 9-1, and 8-1 and

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then went back on the road to win 2-of-3 at Nevada. Hawai‘i then played its final home series against the storied Fresno State program. In the series opener, UH trailed the Bulldogs, 0-3 through the first three inning. But UH’s Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu got UH on the board with a two-run home run in the fourth. Then, in the fifth inning, UH batted around to score nine runs on three walks and seven hits to end the game in the fifth, 11-3. UH followed the amazing come-from-behind win, with a thrilling, 1-0, 11-inning win with Parnaby going the distance for the win and freshman Kayla Wartner coming through with the walk off solo home run. The ‘Bows followed that with a 2-0 win to sweep Fresno State on a pair of solo home runs by Wartner and Aguirre. Ricketts fired her sixth career no-hitter in her Senior Game. Hawai‘i closed out the WAC season and the championship with a sweep of Utah State in Logan, Utah, 9-2, 18-0, and 10-3. The Post-Season After such an amazing regular season in which the ‘Bows notched a 43-5 overall record, they entered the

WAC Tournament with momentum and swagger. But, after a 6-1 win over San Jose State, UH were knocked out of the tourney early with losses to BYU (4-6)and Fresno State (7-9). Hawai‘i earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament for the 10th time in school history. UH headed to Arizona to play in the Tucson Regional against Notre Dame and North Dakota State. Hawai‘i came out on the short end of both game, falling 3-7 and 7-9 respectively. In UH’s first game against the Irish, Majam cranked two solo homers and Li‘ili‘i launced one to account for all the scoring. UH tried to bounce back against the Bison, but could not quite get the job done, but not for a lack of effort. Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu had an RBI double in the second inning, and Wartner and Robinson both hit home runs in the third. Wartner followed with her second home run of the game in the fourth and Jocelyn Enrique capped the scoring with an RBI single to right, but NDSU capitalized on UH errors and came through with clutch, timely hitting to end UH’s season abruptly.

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2012 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS Record: 17-3 Home: 8-1 Away: 9-2 WAC: 17-3 Player

avg

gp-gs

ab

r

h

rbi

tb

slg%

bb hp

so gdp

ob%

sf sh

sb-att

po

a

e

fld%

.383 .375 .373 .365 .305 .300 .291 .219 .077

20-20

60 56 59 52 59 60 55 64 26

21 18 16 7 5 15 12 8 2

23 21 22 19 18 18 16 14 2

4 1 0 3 4 0 4 3 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

6 8 4 4 3 3 0 3 0

13 19 12 22 12 12 7 10 0

45 46 34 34 31 27 22 26 2

.750 .821 .576 .654 .525 .450 .400 .406 .077

13 15 10 0 7 3 3 8 2

3 0 4 0 1 5 2 2 0

6 4 17 9 11 6 15 20 12

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

.506 .507 .493 .365 .388 .377 .350 .324 .143

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1

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

22

0

0

1.000

.333 .286 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

13-0

3 14 16 5 3 2 0 0 0 0

5 4 2 0 0 3 0 0 4 2

1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.333 .500 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

1 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 5 1 5 2 2 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.500 .444 .278 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Totals

.303

20

534 124 162

19

1 32 114 279

.522

67 18 116

1

.397

3

5

Opponents

.173

20

468

12

1

.248

52

2

.265

2

8

0 Majam, Kelly 1 Iwata, Jessica 9 Robinson, Sarah 25 Duhaylonsod, Makani 27 Li`ili`i, Leisha 14 Aguirre, Alex 8 Pagaduan, Dara 24 Wartner, Kayla 5 Buchanan, Brynne -------------------28 Zamora, Jazmine 3 Kliebenstein, Sharla 23 Enrique, Jocelyn 26 Lum, Shannon 29 Nakao, Kaile 11 Burton, Jordan 12 Jasper, Jori 4 Paragas, Rachel 7 Anguiano, Tara 17 Parnaby, Lauren

20-20 20-20 18-18 20-20 20-20 20-20 20-20 16-15

7-5 13-2 5-0 2-0 5-0 1-0 5-0 11-0 4-0

33

2b 3b hr

81

7

27 116

7 116

1.000

23

33

5

.918

13

28

4

.911

109

2

2

.982

18

0

0

1.000 1.000

25

1

0

31

32

1

.984

121

4

0

1.000

15

0

0

1.000

0

0

0

.000

3

1

0

1.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

2

0

1

.667

1

0

1

.500

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

14-15

390 129

19

.965

6-9

377 114

26

.950

wp hp bk sfa sha

LOB - Team (126), Opp (114). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (7). IBB - Team (2), Iwata, J. 2. Picked off - Pagaduan, D. 1, Jasper, J. 1.

(WAC games only Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

10 Ricketts, Stephanie 16 Parnaby, Kaia

1.07 1.70

w-l

app gs

cg

sho

sv

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

3b

hr

b/avg

12-1 5-2

15 13 8 7

12 5

4/0 3/0

1 0

84.2 45.1

51 30

17 16

13 11

38 14

79 37

10 2

1 0

5 2

.172 .174

2 6

1 6

1 2

2 0

6 2

Totals

1.29

17-3

20

20

17

7/0

1

130.0

81

33

24

52

116

12

1

7

.173

8

7

3

2

8

Opponents

5.68

3-17

20

20

9

1/0

0

125.2

162

124

102

67

116

19

1

32

.303

9

18

1

3

5

PB - Team (7), Wartner, K. 7, Opp (1). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Wartner, K. (6-9), Parnaby, K. (4-6), Ricketts, S. (2-3).

2012 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS Multiple Hit Games 1 Iwata, Jessica 9 Robinson, Sarah 25 Duhaylonsod, Makani 0 Majam, Kelly 24 Wartner, Kayla 27 Li`ili`i, Leisha 8 Pagaduan, Dara 14 Aguirre, Alex 3 Kliebenstein, Sharla 5 Buchanan, Brynne TEAM

2 13 11 10 7 7 5 4 6 3 1 67

3 4 1 2 2 1 3 3 1 17

4 2 2

5+ 0

Total 17 12 12 11 8 8 7 6 4 1 86

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Multiple RBI Games 1 Iwata, Jessica 27 Li`ili`i, Leisha 25 Duhaylonsod, Makani 0 Majam, Kelly 14 Aguirre, Alex 9 Robinson, Sarah 24 Wartner, Kayla 3 Kliebenstein, Sharla 8 Pagaduan, Dara 23 Enrique, Jocelyn 29 Nakao, Kaile TEAM

2 11 7 4 7 8 7 5 2 4 1 1 57

3 2 3 3 2 1 1 12

4 3 3 2 3 11

5+ 2 1 1 1 5

Total 18 11 10 9 8 8 8 6 5 1 1 85

Hitting Streaks 27 Li`ili`i, Leisha 24 Wartner, Kayla 14 Aguirre, Alex 0 Majam, Kelly 9 Robinson, Sarah 1 Iwata, Jessica 25 Duhaylonsod, Makani 3 Kliebenstein, Sharla 8 Pagaduan, Dara 5 Buchanan, Brynne 23 Enrique, Jocelyn 26 Lum, Shannon 11 Burton, Jordan 29 Nakao, Kaile 28 Zamora, Jazmine 4 Paragas, Rachel

Longest

Current

10 8 8 8 8 7 6 6 5 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

2 1 8 2 1 1 1 1 1 -

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2012 AWARDS & HONORS AND DEFENSIVE STATISTICS 2012 AWARDS & HONORS NFCA ALL-AMERICAN Stephanie Ricketts (Second Team) EASTON ALL-AMERICAN Stephanie Ricketts (First Team) Jessica Iwata (Second Team) LOWE’S SENIOR CLASS ALL-AMERICAN Stephanie Ricketts (First Team) NFCA ALL-WEST REGION Stephanie Ricketts (First Team) Kelly Majam (Second Team) WAC PITCHER OF THE YEAR Stephanie Ricketts WAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Leisha Li‘ili‘i WAC COACH OF THE YEAR Bob Coolen WAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Jessica Iwata Kelly Majam ALL-WAC Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu (First team) Jessica Iwata (First Team) Kelly Majam (First Team) Stephanie Ricketts (First Team) Sarah Robinson (First Team) Alex Aguirre (Second Team) Leisha Li‘ili‘i (Second Team) Kaia Parnaby (Second Team) WAC HITTER OF THE WEEK Mar. 12 - Leisha Li‘ili‘i Mar. 19 - Jessica Iwata Apr. 16 - Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu May 7 - Kelly Majam WAC PITCHER OF THE WEEK Feb. 13 - Stephanie Ricketts Mar. 5 - Stephanie Ricketts Mar. 19 - Stephanie Ricketts Mar. 26 - Stephanie Ricketts Apr. 16 - Kaia Parnaby April 30 - Stephanie Ricketts COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Stephanie Ricketts (Third Team) COSIDA ALL-DISTRICT VIII Kelly Majam Stephanie Ricketts ACADEMIC ALL-WAC Alex Aguirre Jessica Iwata Sharla Kliebenstein Kelly Majam Dara Pagaduan Stephanie Ricketts Sarah Robinson Jazmine Zamora ACADEMIC ALL-WAC FRESHMEN/TRANSFER Leisha Li‘ili‘i NFCA SCHOLAR ATHLETES Alex Aguirre Jori Jasper Sharla Kliebenstein Kelly Majam Dara Pagaduan Lauren Parnaby Keiko Sugihara 38

2012 OVERALL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Player

0 Majam, Kelly 7 Anguiano, Tara

c

po

a

e

fld%

dp

sba

csb

sba%

pb

27

26

1

0

1.000

1

0

0

.000

0

ci

0

3

1

2

0

1.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

9 Kesterson, Loie

3

0

3

0

1.000

1

0

0

.000

0

0

Parnaby, L.

1

1

0

0

1.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

24 Wartner, Kayla

204

196

7

1

.995

1

12

2

.857

1

0

10 Li`ili`i, Leisha

136

130

5

1

.993

6

0

0

.000

0

0

1 Iwata, Jessica

67

27

38

2

.970

3

0

0

.000

0

0

28 Zamora, Jazmine

52

27

22

3

.942

1

0

0

.000

0

0

22 Villalpando, Alyssa

63

30

29

4

.937

2

0

0

.000

0

0

3 Kleibenstein, Sharla

28

26

0

2

.929

0

0

0

.000

0

0

2 Nakao, Kaile

25

11

12

2

.920

1

0

0

.000

0

0

5 Buchanan, Brynne

25

19

4

2

.920

0

0

0

.000

0

0

15 Carlos, Keiki

15

7

5

3

.800

0

3

0

1.000

0

0

16 Parnaby, Kaia

25

8

11

6

.760

0

9

2

.818

0

0

14 Wong, Kiani

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

19 Akiona, Kristina

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

11 Burton, Jordan

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

8 Sugai, Dori Ann

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

20 Wilkerson, Austin

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

21 Russ, Ciana

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

0

0

Totals

674

509

139

26

.961

8

12

2

.857

1

0

Opponents

644

466

147

31

.952

10

20

3

.870

1

0

Hitting minimums - 1 Games 3 AB 1.0 AB/Game 1.0 TPA/Game Pitching minimums - 1 Games 1.0 IP/Game

2012 WAC DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Player

c

po

a

e

fld%

dp

sba

csb

sba%

pb

ci

24 Wartner, Kayla 14 Aguirre, Alex 0 Majam, Kelly 27 Li`ili`i, Leisha 5 Buchanan, Brynne 3 Kliebenstein, Sharla 8 Pagaduan, Dara 25 Duhaylonsod, Makani 10 Ricketts, Stephanie 1 Iwata, Jessica 9 Robinson, Sarah 16 Parnaby, Kaia 29 Nakao, Kaile 11 Burton, Jordan 17 Parnaby, Lauren 4 Paragas, Rachel 28 Zamora, Jazmine 12 Jasper, Jori 23 Enrique, Jocelyn 7 Anguiano, Tara 26 Lum, Shannon

125 26 22 18 15 4 64 113 21 61 45 19 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

121 25 22 18 15 3 31 109 4 23 13 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 1 0 0 0 1 32 2 16 33 28 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 5 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .984 .982 .952 .918 .911 .789 .667 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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

6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

.667 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .667 .000 .000 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

538

390

129

19

.965

5

6

3

.667

7

0

Opponents

517

377

114

26

.950

7

14

1

.933

1

0

Hitting minimums - 1 Games 3 AB 1.0 AB/Game 1.0 TPA/Game Pitching minimums - 1 Games 1.0 IP/Game

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2012 RESULTS Date

Feb 09, 2012 Feb 10, 2012 Feb 10, 2012 Feb 11, 2012 Feb 11, 2012 Feb 13, 2012 02-16-12 2 Feb 17, 2012 Feb 17, 2012 Feb 18, 2012 Feb 18, 2012 02-19-12 Mar 02, 2012 Mar 03, 2012 Mar 03, 2012 Mar 04, 2012 Mar 04, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 11, 2012 Mar 11, 2012 Mar 13, 2012 Mar 14, 2012 Mar 15, 2012 Mar 16, 2012 Mar 17, 2012 * Mar 23, 2012 * Mar 24, 2012 * Mar 24, 2012 * Mar 30, 2012 * Mar 31, 2012 * Mar 31, 2012 Apr 03, 2012 Apr 04, 2012 * Apr 07, 2012 * Apr 07, 2012 * Apr 13, 2012 * Apr 14, 2012 * Apr 14, 2012 * Apr 20, 2012 * Apr 21, 2012 * Apr 21, 2012 * Apr 27, 2012 * Apr 28, 2012 * Apr 28, 2012 * May 05, 2012 * May 06, 2012 * May 06, 2012 May 10, 2012 May 11, 2012 May 11, 2012 May 18, 2012 May 19, 2012

Opponent

SEATTLE MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY DEPAUL SEATTLE DEPAUL MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY vs Memphis vs Portland State vs UC Riverside vs CSU Northridge vs Idaho State at UNLV RADFORD UC SANTA BARBARA #22 FLORIDA STATE RADFORD #20 FLORIDA STATE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS RADFORD ROBERT MORRIS MARIST #6 TEXAS MARIST #1 CALIFORNIA #21 TEXAS A&M WINTHROP SAN JOSE STATE SAN JOSE STATE-1 SAN JOSE STATE-2 at New Mexico State at New Mexico State-1 at New Mexico State-2 at Utah at Utah Valley at BYU-1 at BYU-2 LOUISIANA TECH LOUISIANA TECH-1 LOUISIANA TECH-2 at Nevada at Nevada-1 at Nevada-2 FRESNO STATE FRESNO STATE-1 FRESNO STATE-2 at Utah State at Utah State-1 at Utah State-2 vs San Jose State vs BYU vs Fresno State vs Notre Dame vs North Dakota State

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L W W L W W W W W W W L W W W W W L W W W W W W W L L L L

Score

Inns

Overall

WAC

6-2 5-1 5-0 21-0 9-2 1-0 9-1 11-3 8-0 8-0 14-0 12-2 11-3 5-0 2-1 5-1 1-0 7-1 4-0 9-0 4-0 0-4 6-0 3-1 1-3 2-1 4-1 2-4 8-0 9-1 4-3 4-1 7-3 6-1 1-0 3-7 9-1 9-1 8-0 6-0 6-2 0-4 11-3 1-0 2-0 9-2 18-0 10-3 5-1 4-6 7-9 3-7 7-9

7 7 7 5 7 7 6 7 5 6 5 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 6 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 5 5 7 7 7 5 (11) 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 (9) 7

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

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

Pitcher of record

Ricketts, S. (W 1-0) Parnaby, K. (W 1-0) Ricketts, S. (W 2-0) Parnaby, K. (W 2-0) Ricketts, S. (W 3-0) Ricketts, S. (W 4-0) Ricketts, S. (W 5-0) Parnaby, K. (W 3-0) Ricketts, S. (W 6-0) Parnaby, K. (W 4-0) Ricketts, S. (W 7-0) Parnaby, K. (W 5-0) Ricketts, S. (W 8-0) Parnaby, K. (W 6-0) Ricketts, S. (W 9-0) Parnaby, K. (W 7-0) Ricketts, S. (W 10-0) Ricketts, S. (W 11-0) Parnaby, K. (W 8-0) Ricketts, S. (W 12-0) Parnaby, K. (W 9-0) Ricketts, S. (L 12-1) Parnaby, K. (W 10-0) Ricketts, S. (W 13-1) Ricketts, S. (L 13-2) Ricketts, S. (W 14-2) Ricketts, S. (W 15-2) Parnaby, K. (L 10-1) Ricketts, S. (W 16-2) Ricketts, S. (W 17-2) Parnaby, K. (W 11-1) Ricketts, S. (W 18-2) Ricketts, S. (W 19-2) Parnaby, K. (W 12-1) Ricketts, S. (W 20-2) Parnaby, K. (L 12-2) Ricketts, S. (W 21-2) Ricketts, S. (W 22-2) Parnaby, K. (W 13-2) Ricketts, S. (W 23-2) Parnaby, K. (W 14-2) Ricketts, S. (L 23-3) Ricketts, S. (W 24-3) Parnaby, K. (W 15-2) Ricketts, S. (W 25-4) Ricketts, S. (W 26-3) Parnaby, K. (W 16-2) Ricketts, S. (W 27-3) Ricketts, S. (W 28-3) Parnaby, K. (L 16-3) Ricketts, S. (L 28-4) Ricketts, S. (L 28-5) Ricketts, S. (L 28-6)

Attend

Time

611 0 814 0 639 379 316 80 0 0 0 0 511 0 1200 0 1200 0 0 0 0 1019 389 1200 913 631 562 639 611 439 331 160 203 1953 1953 922 301 401 1200 1200 305 502 0 0 342 0 0

1:47 1:50 1:32 1:43 2:14 1:47 1:45 2:12 1:34 1:45 1:53 1:27 1:45 1:46 1:20 1:43 1:52 1:41 1:48 1:13 1:31 2:12 1:29 2:18 1:55 1:35 1:44 1:42 1:33 1:33 1:55 1:53 2:23 1:59 1:34 1:47 1:52 1:40 1016 1:35 1:46 1:26 1:47 2:12 1:22 2:00 1:55 2:15 1:43 2:06 2:09 2:40 2:46

() extra inning game

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS BATTING Most At-Bats: 9 by several Most Hits: 5, Joyce Lum vs. San Diego State (2/25/1998), Joyce Antonio vs. Pacific (4/21/1996); Lisa Young vs. Long Beach State (5/2/1986); Amanda Tauali‘i at New Mexico State (4/3/2010) Most Runs Scored: 4, Tia Morenz vs. New Mexico (3/26/1997); Kelly Majam vs. San Diego (2/20/2010); Jessica Iwata vs. San Jose State (5/13/2010-WAC Tournament) Most Home Runs: 3, Amanda Tauali‘i vs. Nevada (3/27/09); Jessica Iwata at Boise State (4/10/2010); Jessica Iwata vs. Stanford (2/19/11) Most Runs Batted In: 8, Jessica Iwata, at Boise State (4/10/2010) Most Total Bases: 13, Jessica Iwata vs. Stanford (2/19/2010)

PITCHING Most Innings Pitched: 16, Cora Uyeshiro vs. Long Beach State (5/2/86) Most Strikeouts: 15, Brooke Wilkins vs. UC Santa Barbara (3/1/94), vs. Long Beach State (3/22/94)

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BATTING Most At-Bats: 236, Cathy Turner (1995) Most Hits: 88, Cathy Turner (1995) Most Runs Scored: 81, Kelly Majam (2010) Most Runs Batted In: 72, Kate Robinson (2007) Highest Batting Average: .479, Stacey Porter (2003) Most Doubles: 21, Jessica Iwata (2010) Most Triples: 5, Blythe Sakashita (1987), Tia Morenz (1997) Most Stolen Bases: 26, Tia Morenz (1996, ‘97) Most Home Runs: 30, Kelly Majam (2010) Most Walks: 44, Kelly Majam (2010) Most Strikeouts: 50, Kanani Pu‘u-Warren (2010) Most Sacrifices: 27, Tyree Woodruff (1998) and P.J. Brun (1994) Most Times Hit-by-Pitch: 26, Kanani Pu‘uWarren (2010) Longest Hitting Streak: 20, Stacey Porter (2003)

PITCHING (Minimum 10 Decisions) Most Games Pitched: 46, Stephanie Ricketts (2010) Most Games Started: 41, Melissa Coogan (2003) Most Complete Games: 34, Brooke Wilkins (1994); Melissa Coogan (2003) Most Wins: 32, Melissa Coogan (2003) Most Losses: 21, Cindy Schneller (1992) Most Shutouts: 18, Brooke Wilkins (1994) Most No-Hitters: 3, Brooke Wilkins (1995); Justine Smethurst (2006) Most Perfect Games: 3, Justine Smethurst (2006) Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings: 72, Brooke Wilkins (1995) Most Innings Pitched: 281.0, Melissa Coogan (2003) Most Hits Allowed: 237, Melissa Coogan (2003) Fewest Hits Allowed: 86, Kaia Parnaby (2010) 40

The 2010 Rainbow Wahine squad shattered the NCAA record with 158 home runs. The 2010 team also holds the team single-season records for at-bats (1,800), hits (578), runs scored (488), runs batted in (449), doubles (93), home runs (158), walks (185) and strike outs (375).

Fewest Walks Allowed: 13, Donna Stiles (1986) Most Walks Allowed: 91, Stephanie Ricketts (2010) Most Strikeouts: 324, Brooke Wilkins (1994) Most Saves: 3, Kelly Gentle (1998, 1999), Donna Stiles (1987) Most Earned Runs Allowed: 94 (65 ER), Kelly Gentle (1997) Fewest Earned Runs Allowed: 15, Dionne Peltier (1988) Lowest Earned Run Average: 0.61, Brooke Wilkins (1994) Winning Percentage: .875 (14-2), Desiree Duran (1998)

TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS BATTING Most Hits: 25 at Grambling State (3/27/06) Most Runs Scored: 25 at Grambling State (3/27/06) Most Runs Batted In: 24 at Grambling State (3/27/06) Most Stolen Bases: 7 vs. Hawai’i-Hilo (2/7/98)

PITCHING Most Runs Allowed: 17 vs. Long Beach State (at Ariz.) (3/2/02)

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BATTING Most At-Bats: 1,800 (2010) Most Hits: 578 (2010) Most Runs Scored: 488 (2010) Most Runs Batted In: 449 (2010) Highest Batting Average: .336 (1998) Most Doubles: 93 (2010) Most Triples: 23 (1987) Most Home Runs: 158* (2010) Most Stolen Bases: 70 (1997) Most Walks: 185 (2010) Most Strikeouts: 375 (2010) Fewest Strikeouts: 125 (1987)

PITCHING Most Complete Games: 57 of 65 (1994) Most Shutouts: 34 (1994) Most No-Hitters: 5 (2006) Most Perfect Games: 5 (2006) Most Innings Pitched: 478 (1995) Most Hits Allowed: 442 (1993) Fewest Hits Allowed: 191 (1985) Most Walks Allowed: 167 (1996) Fewest Walks Allowed: 40 (1986) Most Strikeouts: 470 (1994) Most Saves: 8 (1987) Most Runs Allowed: 220 (2002) Fewest Runs Allowed: 72 (1994) Fewest Earned Runs Allowed: 53 (1994)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Most Games Played: 68 (1995) Most Wins: 51 (1994) Highest Winning Pct.: .794 (2007) Most Losses: 41 (1990) Highest Fielding Pct.: .973 [1393 PO, 559 A, 55 E] (1994)

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE .479 .423 .410 .402 .401 .400

82 81

14

4

Cathy Turner Tia Morenz Melissa Gonzalez Tia Morenz Kelly Majam Tia Morenz Joyce Lum Clare Warwick

STOLEN BASES

2010 2003 1995 2001 1997 2010 2001 1998 1994

Jessica Iwata Stacey Porter Julie Luft Stacey Porter Stephanie Wiese Kelly Majam Kate Judd Kehau Cofran Cheyene Thompson

26 21 16 14 13 10 9 7 6

1997 Tia Morenz 1987 Blythe Sakashita 2009 Amanda Tauali‘i by 13 players

HOME RUNS 30 25 21 19 18 17 15

Kate Robinson Melissa Gonzalez Kelly Majam Jessica Iwata Jenna Rodriguez Jessica Iwata Kate Robinson Tyleen Tausaga Amanda Tauali‘i Cheyene Thompson Stacey Porter

1995 1997 2010 1998 2010 1996 1998 2007

TRIPLES 5

324 261 250 229 193 185 180 178 165 163

2007 2010 2010 2010 2010 2012 2008 2007 2010 1994 2002

Stacey Porter Tara Harbert Dana Degen Tyleen Tausaga Dana Degen Joyce Lum Kelly Majam Jessica Iwata

DOUBLES 21 18 17 15

STRIKEOUTS

72 60

2003 2005 1997 2007 2000 1998 2010 2012

HITS 88 87 86 84

RUNS BATTED IN

2010 2010 2008 2007 2010 2010 2003 2010 2002 2007 2009 2011 2012

Kelly Majam Melissa Gonzalez Kate Robinson Kate Robinson Jessica Iwata Amanda Tauali‘i Stacey Porter Jenna Rodriguez Stacey Porter Tyleen Tausaga Amanda Tauali‘i Jessica Iwata Kelly Majam

58 57 55 52 48 47 26 19 18

1997 1996 1998 1988 1995 1991

Tia Morenz Tia Morenz Tia Morenz Sara Reiser Cathy Turner Danelle Haia

2010 2102 2009 1998 2010 2011 1999 2007 2007

Kanani Pu‘u-Warren Alex Aguirre Kanani Pu‘u-Warren Alison Rapanot Alex Aguirre Alex Aguirre Alison Rapanot Tanisha Milca Tyleen Tausaga

2003 2010 1995 1994 2012 1997 1998 2001 2009 2011

Melissa Coogan Stephanie Ricketts Brooke Wilkins Brooke Wilkins Stephanie Ricketts Kelly Gentle Kelly Gentle Felicity Witt Stephanie Ricketts Stephanie Ricketts

WINS 32 30 29 28 24 22

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Brooke Wilkins Brooke Wilkins Stephanie Ricketts Stephanie Ricketts Kaia Parnaby Justine Smethurst Kelly Gentle Stephanie Ricketts Felicity Witt Kym Weil

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 0.61 0.76 0.98 1.02 1.06

1994 1995 1991 1994 1988

Brooke Wilkins Brooke Wilkins Dionne Peltier Kym Weil Cora Uyeshiro

SAVES 3

HIT-BY-PITCH

1994 1995 2011 2012 2010 2007 1999 2009 2001 1995

2

2008 1999 1998 1987 2002 1998 1997 1991 1989 1987 2006 2010

Jessica Morton Kelly Gentle Kelly Gentle Donna Stiles Shannon Tabion Desiree Duran Kelly Gentle Dionne Peltier Dionne Peltier Lorraine Kalehuawehe Courtney Baughman Kaia Parnaby

LOSSES 21 20 18 14 13

1992 1990 1993 1989 1989 1988 1986

Cindy Schneller Cindy Schneller Kym Weil Dionne Peltier Cindy Schneller Donna Stiles Donna Stiles

WINNING PERCENTAGE (Min. 15 decisions)

.944 .875 .824 .808 .784 .784 .750 .744

(17-1) (14-2) (28-6) (21-5) (29-8) (29-8) 30-10 (32-11)

2007 1998 2012 1994 1995 1994 2010 2003

Kate Robinson Desiree Duran Stephanie Ricktetts Kym Weil Brooke Wilkins Brooke Wilkins Stephanie Ricketts Melissa Coogan

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OFFENSIVE CAREER RECORD HOLDERS GAMES PLAYED

TRIPLES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1.

240 239 237 235 232

Tia Morenz, 1995-98 Tamara Kaluau, 1989-92 Julie Luft, 1993-96 Laynie Sueyasu, 1993-97 Kate Judd, 2000-03

4.

AT-BATS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tia Morenz (1995-98)

795 758 732 686 683

Tia Morenz, 1995-98 Tamara Kaluau, 1989-92 Clare Warwick, 2006-09 Kate Judd, 2000-03 Julie Luft, 1993-96

BATTING AVERAGE (Min.2 years)

1. 2. 4. 5.

.377 .374 .374 .373 .356

Tia Morenz, 1995-98 Dana Degen, 1997-00 Stacey Porter, 2001-03 Jessica Iwata, 2010Tyleen Tausaga, 2004-07

RUNS SCORED

Jessica Iwata (2010-present)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

187 176 160 145 136 126 119 119

Tia Morenz, 1995-98 Kelly Majam, 2010Clare Warwick, 2006-09 Jessica Iwata, 2010Tanisha Milca, 2006-09 Kaulana Gould, 2005-08 Stacey Porter, 2001-03 Kehau Cofran, 1995-98

300 242 240 226 224

Tia Morenz, 1995-98 Dana Degen, 1997-00 Clare Warwick, 2006-09 Melissa McGie, 1997-00 Joyce Lum, 1997-00

HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

DOUBLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Dana Degen (1997-00)

44 42 40 39 38

Julie Luft, 1993-96 Kate Judd, 2000-03 Tyleen Tausaga, 2004-07 Melissa McGie, 1997-00 Stacey Porter, 2001-03

10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9

Danelle Haia, 1990-93 Melissa McGie, 1997-00 Tia Morenz, 1995-98 Joyce Antonio, 1994-97 Kehau Cofran, 1995-98 Audra Kaluau, 1985-88 Blythe Sakashita, 1985-88 Laynie Sueyasu, 1993-97 Cathy Turner, 1993-1995

HOME RUNS 1. 2. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6.

54 47 44 38 35 34 33

Kelly Majam, 2010Jessica Iwata, 2010Kate Robinson, 2005-08 Stacey Porter, 2001-03 Amanda Tauali‘i, 2007-10 Tanisha Milca, 2006-09 Tyleen Tausaga, 2004-07

RUNS BATTED IN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

159 156 149 148 115

Jessica Iwata, 2010Tyleen Tausaga, 2004-07 Kate Robinson, 2005-08 Dana Degen, 1997-00 Stacey Porter, 2001-03

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

117 80 76 75 74 63

Kelly Majam, 2010Jessica Iwata, 2010Tyleen Tausaga, 2004-07 Stacey Porter, 2001-03 Melissa McGie, 1997-00 Kate Judd, 2000-03

WALKS

STOLEN BASES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

80 39 38 36 30 29

Tia Morenz, 1995-98 Tamara Kaluau, 1989-92 Sara Reiser, 1985-88 Cathy Turner, 1993-95 Danelle Haia, 1990-93 Alex Aguirre, 2009-12

SACRIFICES 1. 2. 4. 5.

58 47 47 46 40

Joyce Antonio, 1994-97 Julie Luft, 1993-96 Tyree Woodruff, 1998-01 Laynie Sueyasu, 1993-97 P.J. Brun, 1990-92, 1994

HIT-BY-PITCH 1. 3. 4. 5.

Kate Robinson (2005-08) 42

44 44 36 15 14

Kanani Pu‘u-Warren, 2007-2010 Alex Aguirre, 2009-2012 Alison Rapanot, 1997-01 Tyleen Tausaga, 2004-07 Tanisha Milca, 2006-09

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PITCHING CAREER RECORDS GAME APPEARANCES

INNINGS PITCHED

1. 2 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

164 146 136 124 102

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

GAMES STARTED 1. 2. 4. 5.

139 120 120 95 81

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92

COMPLETE GAMES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

116 95 85 69 65

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

WINS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

102 82 60 58 53

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Brooke Wilkins, 1994-95 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

LOSSES 1. 2. 3. 5.

61 46 41 41 39

Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Donna Stiles, 1985-88 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

8 5 4 3 3

Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Dionne Peltier, 1988-91 Donna Stiles, 1985-88 Desiree Duran, 1998-01 Kaia Parnaby, 2010-

33 32 30 28 25

HITS ALLOWED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

724 713 647 617 451

Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

RUNS ALLOWED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

330 317 291 246 186

Stephanie Ricketts (2009-12)

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

EARNED RUNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

251 221 209 151 146

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

STRIKEOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

818 585 491 449 438

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Brooke Wilkins, 1994-95 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05

Brooke Wilkins (1994-95)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

300 289 239 203 147

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

SHUTOUTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Melissa Coogan, 2002-05 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95

WALKS

SAVES 1. 2. 3 4.

938.1 777.0 775.0 741.0 570.2

Stephanie Ricketts, 2009-12 Brooke Wilkins, 1994-95 Kelly Gentle, 1996-99 Kym Weil, 1991, 1993-95 Melissa Coogan, 2002-2005

(2-year min.)

1. 2. 3. 4.

0.68 1.34 1.43 1.46 1.46

Brooke Wilkins, 1994-95 Dionne Peltier, 1988-91 Cindy Schneller, 1989-92 Donna Stiles, 1985-88 Rachelle Rodrigues, 1987-90

Melissa Coogan (2002-05)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS OFFENSIVE LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE (min. 2 at-bats/game) 1985 Nani Sua 1986 Audra Kaluau 1987 Blythe Sakashita 1988 Blythe Sakashita 1989 Rachelle Rodrigues 1990 Tamara Kaluau 1991 Tamara Kaluau 1992 Tracy Loo 1993 Cheyene Thompson 1994 Cheyene Thompson 1995 Cathy Turner 1996 Tia Morenz 1997 Dana Degen 1998 Joyce Lum 1999 Melissa McGie 2000 Dana Degen 2001 Natalie Gonzales 2002 Kate Judd 2003 Stacey Porter 2004 Stacey Ritter 2005 Tyleen Tausaga 2006 Tyleen Tausaga 2007 Tyleen Tausaga 2008 Kate Robinson 2009 Tanisha Milca 2010 Kelly Majam 2011 Jessica Iwata 2012 Jessica Iwata HITS 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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N. Sua/B. Sakashita Audra Kaluau Blythe Sakashita Blythe Sakashita 3 players Tamara Kaluau Tamara Kaluau Tracy Loo Cheyene Thompson Cheyene Thompson Cathy Turner Tia Morenz Tia Morenz Tia Morenz Melissa McGie Melissa McGie Natalie Gonzales Kate Judd Stacey Porter Tracie Uchima Tyleen Tausaga Tyleen Tausaga Valana Manuma Clare Warwick Kate Robinson Tanisha Milca Melissa Gonzalez Jessica Iwata Jessica Iwata

.247 .284 .339 .272 .273 .278 .341 .306 .363 .310 .373 .376 .410 .401 .348 .401 .336 .354 .479 .292 .391 .373 .402 .378 .349 .400 .355 .400

21 31 42 47 38 57 60 57 61 69 88 82 87 84 64 56 73 64 80 59 54 59 59 81 71 65 86 60 60

DOUBLES 1985 N. Sua/Knowles 1986 Audra Kaluau 1987 Audra Kaluau 1988 Audra Kaluau 1989 Patti Sua 1990 Catherine Brissette 1991 Stephanie Keeler 1992 Roblyn Camara 1993 Cheyene Thompson 1994 Cheyene Thompson 1995 Julie Luft 1996 Julie Luft 1997 Stephanie Wiese 1998 Kehau Cofran 1999 Regina Ka’aihili 2000 Melissa McGie 2001 Stacey Porter 2002 Kate Judd 2003 Stacey Porter 2004 April Crowell 2005 Tyleen Tausaga 2006 Tyleen Tausaga Clare Warwick 2007 Kate Robinson 2008 Brandi Peiler Kaulana Gould 2009 Tanisha Milca 2010 Jessica Iwata 2011 Kelly Majam 2012 Kayla Wartner TRIPLES 1985 N. Sua/Reiser 1986 A. Kaluau/Inouye 1987 Blythe Sakashita 1988 Michelle Inouye 1989 Gina Gipaya 1990 Tracy Loo 1991 Tracy Loo 1992 Danelle Haia 1993 Danelle Haia 1994 Cathy Turner 1995 Sueyasu/J. Antonio 1996 S. Wiese/Cofran 1997 Tia Morenz 1998 Melissa McGie 1999 McGie/Degen 2000 Melissa McGie 2001 Natalie Gonzales 2002 Porter/Gonzales/Hirano 2003 Stacey Porter 2004 Ashley Ruff 2005 Denise Dahlberg 2006 Tanisha Milca Kristi Yoshizawa 2007 Kaulana Gould Valana Manuma Richie-Anne Titcomb Clare Warwick 2008 Tanisha Milca 2009 Amanda Tauali‘i 2010 Kelly Majam Kanani Pu‘u-Warren 2011 Jasey Jensen 2012 Dara Pagaduan

3 7 8 10 6 7 6 9 11 14 17 11 15 14 13 10 15 13 18 13 10 12 12 13 10 10 11 21 11 10 3 2 5 4 3 2 4 3 4 4 4 4 5 4 2 4 3 2 4 3 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 5 2 2 2 1

HOME RUNS 1985 Knowles/Rivin 1986 Michelle Inouye 1987 4 players 1988 Michelle Inouye 1989 Patti Sua 1990 Patti Sua 1991 3 players 1992 Loo/Keeler 1993 Keeler/Luft 1994 Cheyene Thompson 1995 Laynie Sueyasu 1996 Wiese/Luft 1997 Degen/Wiese 1998 Degen/McGie 1999 Dana Degen 2000 Dana Degen 2001 Stacey Porter 2002 Stacey Porter 2003 Stacey Porter 2004 Denise Dahlberg 2005 Tyleen Tausaga 2006 Tyleen Tausaga 2007 Kate Robinson 2008 Kate Robinson 2009 Amanda Tauali‘i 2010 Kelly Majam 2011 Jessica Iwata 2012 Kelly Majam

1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 9 7 4 5 6 9 9 6 15 17 9 4 10 19 21 15 30 15 15

RUNS BATTED IN 1985 Kelly Knowles 1986 A. Kaluau/Inouye 1987 Sakashita/A. Kaluau 1988 Michelle Inouye 1989 Patti Sua 1990 Tracy Loo 1991 Stephanie Keeler 1992 Tracy Loo 1993 Stephanie Keeler 1994 Cheyene Thompson 1995 Laynie Sueyasu 1996 Julie Luft 1997 Dana Degen 1998 Joyce Lum 1999 Dana Degen 2000 Dana Degen 2001 Kate Judd 2002 Stacey Porter 2003 Stacey Porter 2004 Tyleen Tausaga 2005 Tyleen Tausaga 2006 Tyleen Tausaga 2007 Kate Robinson 2008 Kate Robinson 2009 Amanda Tauali‘i 2010 Kelly Majam Melissa Gonzalez 2011 Jessica Iwata 2012 Jessica Iwata

9 8 20 20 11 15 23 19 29 48 40 39 43 39 34 36 31 47 42 37 33 34 72 55 41 60 60 44 57

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS RUNS 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

4 players Lisa Machado Blythe Sakashita Sakashita/A. Kaluau Tamara Kaluau Tamara Kaluau Danelle Haia Danelle Haia Cathy Turner Cathy Turner Cathy Turner Tia Morenz Tia Morenz Tia Morenz Melissa McGie McGie/Woodru Kate Judd Natalie Gonzales Stacey Porter Denise Dahlberg Tracie Uchima Clare Warwick Clare Warwick Kate Robinson Tanisha Milca Kelly Majam Jessica Iwata Kelly Majam

PITCHING LEADERS EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1985 Donna Stiles 1986 Cora Uyeshiro 1987 Cora Uyeshiro 1988 Cora Uyeshiro 1989 Dionne Peltier 1990 Dionne Peltier 1991 Dionne Peltier 1992 Cindy Schneller 1993 Kym Weil 1994 Brooke Wilkins 1995 Brooke Wilkins 1996 Stephanie Wiese 1997 Kelly Gentle 1998 Kelly Gentle 1999 Kelly Gentle 2000 Desiree Duran 2001 Felicity Witt 2002 Sheri Oronoz 2003 Melissa Coogan 2004 Shannon Tabion 2005 Melissa Coogan 2006 Justine Smethurst 2007 Justine Smethurst 2008 Courtney Baughman 2009 Stephanie Ricketts 2010 Stephanie Ricketts 2011 Kaia Parnaby 2012 Kaia Parnaby

9 7 27 22 17 20 26 25 28 40 38 51 57 56 29 24 32 35 56 34 31 37 50 47 43 81 43 57

2.74 1.56 1.09 1.06 1.69 1.40 0.98 1.09 2.48 0.61 0.76 2.11 1.96 1.43 2.04 2.60 1.25 1.97 1.42 1.99 1.74 1.89 1.73 2.04 1.81 2.59 1.25 1.47

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WINS 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 SAVES 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Cora Uyeshiro Donna Stiles Donna Stiles Donna Stiles Cindy Schneller Peltier/Schneller Peltier/Mays Cindy Schneller Kym Weil Brooke Wilkins Brooke Wilkins Kelly Gentle Kelly Gentle Kelly Gentle Kelly Gentle Desiree Duran Felicity Witt Sheri Oronoz Melissa Coogan Shannon Tabion Melissa Coogan Justine Smethurst Justine Smethurst Kate Robinson Stephanie Ricketts Stephanie Ricketts Stephanie Ricketts Stephanie Ricketts

none none Donna Stiles Stiles/Peltier Dionne Peltier Cindy Schneller Dionne Peltier Angie DeBenedetti Kym Weil none none Stephanie Wiese Kelly Gentle Kelly Gentle Kelly Gentle Oronoz/J. Gonzales Desiree Duran Shannon Tabion none Coogan/Tabion Paula Blanning Courtney Baughman Kate Robinson Kate Robinson Jessica Morton none Kaia Parnaby Kaia Parnaby Stephanie Ricketts

4 5 14 13 7 10 10 19 11 29 29 16 24 22 20 11 22 18 32 16 16 16 19 18 22 30 22 28

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

INNINGS PITCHED 1985 Cora Uyeshiro 1986 Donna Stiles 1987 Donna Stiles 1988 Donna Stiles 1989 Cindy Schneller 1990 Cindy Schneller 1991 Stacey Mays 1992 Cindy Schneller 1993 Kym Weil 1994 Brooke Wilkins 1995 Brooke Wilkins 1996 Stephanie Wiese 1997 Kelly Gentle 1998 Kelly Gentle 1999 Kelly Gentle 2000 Desiree Duran 2001 Felicity Witt 2002 Sheri Oronoz 2003 Melissa Coogan 2004 Melissa Coogan 2005 Melissa Coogan 2006 Justine Smethurst 2007 Justine Smethurst 2008 Kate Robinson 2009 Stephanie Ricketts 2010 Stephanie Ricketts 2011 Stephanie Ricketts 2012 Stephanie Ricketts

84.0 126.2 139.1 176.1 156.0 198.1 119.0 270.0 166.1 275.2 257.2 159.0 231.2 181.2 209.2 121.0 202.1 192.1 281.0 204.1 161.0 170.2 186.0 185.2 239.2 237.2 235.0 226.0

STRIKEOUTS 1985 Donna Stiles 1986 Donna Stiles 1987 Donna Stiles 1988 Donna Stiles 1989 Cindy Schneller 1990 Cindy Schneller 1991 Stacey Mays 1992 Cindy Schneller 1993 Kym Weil 1994 Brooke Wilkins 1995 Brooke Wilkins 1996 Kelly Gentle 1997 Kelly Gentle 1998 Kelly Gentle 1999 Kelly Gentle 2000 Desiree Duran 2001 Felicity Witt 2002 Sheri Oronoz 2003 Melissa Coogan 2004 Melissa Coogan 2005 Melissa Coogan 2006 Justine Smethurst 2007 Justine Smethurst 2008 Kate Robinson 2009 Stephanie Ricketts 2010 Kaia Parnaby 2011 Stephanie Ricketts 2012 Stephanie Ricketts

36 44 57 57 53 64 78 96 103 324 261 62 127 122 180 96 168 78 128 158 98 157 185 141 178 193 250 229

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AWARDS & HONORS LOUISVILLE SLUGGER/NATIONAL FASTPITCH COACHES ASSOCIATION ALL-AMERICANS

BROOKE WILKINS

TIA MORENZ

DANA DEGEN

STACEY PORTER

KATE ROBINSON

Pitcher 1994, Second Team 1995, First Team

Designated Player/Outfielder 1996, Second Team 1998, Second Team

Designated Player/Catcher 1997, Second Team 2000, Second Team

First Base 2003, First Team

Utility/Pitcher 2007, Second Team

ALL-WEST REGION

2011

1988 1992

2012

1994 1995

1996 1997 1998

1999

2000 2001 2002 2003

2005 2006 2007

2008

2009

2010

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Blythe Sakashita, C (First team) Tracy Loo, OF (First team) Tamara Kaluau, OF (Second team) Brooke Wilkins, P (First team) Cheyene Thompson, 3B (Second team) Brooke Wilkins, P (First team) Cathy Turner, 3B (First team) Laynie Sueyasu, 2B (Second team) Tia Morenz, DP/OF (First team) Dana Degen, DP (First team) Tia Morenz, DP/C (Second team) Joyce Lum, 1B (First team) Melissa McGie, 3B (First team) Tia Morenz, DP/C (First team) Kehau Cofran, SS (Second team) Dana Degen, DP (Second team) Kelly Gentle, P (First team) Jennifer Tandarich, DP (First team) Dana Degen, C (Second team) Kelly Gentle, P (Second team) Dana Degen, C (First team) Natalie Gonzales, 2B (First team) Desiree Duran, P (Second team) Kate Judd, SS (First team) Stacey Porter, 1B (First team) Stacey Porter, 1B (First team) Melissa Coogan, P (Second team) April Crowell, DP (Second team) Tara Harbert, OF (First team) Brandi Peiler, OF (Second team) Kate Robinson, UTL/P (First team) Justine Smethurst, P (First team) Tyleen Tausaga, 1B/DP (First team) Clare Warwick, 3B (First team) Kate Robinson UTL/P (First team) Kaulana Gould, OF (First team) Brandi Peiler, OF (Second team) Tanisha Milca, OF (First team) Stephanie Ricketts, P (First team) Amanda Tauali‘i, 1B (First team) Melissa Gonzalez, 3B (First team) Kelly Majam, CF (First team) Jenna Rodriguez, UTL/P (First team) Jessica Iwata, SS (Second team) Stephanie Ricketts, P (Second team)

Jessica Iwata, SS (Second team) Stephanie Ricketts, P (Second team) Stephanie Ricketts, P (First team) Kelly Majam, OF (Second team)

NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2010

Traci Yoshikawa (Oklahoma City)

1995

NCAA REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1998 1999

2003 2008

Joyce Lum, 1B (Tucson, AZ) Joyce Lum (Seattle, WA) Janelle Gonzales, P (Seattle, WA) Melissa McGie, 2B (Seattle, WA) Stacey Porter, 1B (Austin, TX) Trisha Ramos, 3B (Austin, TX) Kaulana Gould, CF (Tempe, AZ) Kate Robinson, UTL/P (Tempe, AZ)

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER/NATIONAL FASTPITCH COACHES ASSOCIATION PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2010

Jessica Iwata (4/13/2010)

LOWE’S SENIOR CLASS AWARD 2012

Stephanie Ricketts First team All-America

ALL-PACIFIC COAST ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 1985 1988

Sara Reiser, OF (Second team) Nani Sua, OF (Second team) Blythe Sakashita, C (Second team)

1996

BIG WEST PITCHER-OF-THE-YEAR 1994 1995

1992

1993

1994

Tamara Kaluau, OF (Second team) Tamara Kaluau, OF (First team) Danelle Haia, C/DP (Second team) Stephanie Keeler, OF (Second team) Tracy Loo, OF (Second team) Tracy Loo, OF (First team) Danelle Haia, C/DP (Honorable mention) Cindy Schneller, P (Second team) Danelle Haia, C/DP(Second team) Cheyene Thompson, 3B/1B (Second Team) Julie Luft, OF (Honorable mention) Stephanie Keeler, OF (First team) Kym Weil, P (First team)

Brooke Wilkins Brooke Wilkins

BIG WEST COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 1994

Bob Coolen

BIG WEST ALL-ACADEMIC 1994 1995

ALL-BIG WEST 1990 1991

Brooke Wilkins, P (First team) P.J. Brun, C/OF (Second team) Julie Luft, OF (Second team) Laynie Sueyasu, 2B (Second team) Cheyene Thompson, 3B/1B (Second team) Cathy Turner, 3B (Second team) Laynie Sueyasu, 2B (First team) Cathy Turner, 3B(First team) Brooke Wilkins, P (First team) Julie Luft, OF (Second team) Tia Morenz, DP (Second team) Kym Weil, P (Second team) Tia Morenz C/OF (Honorable mention) Julie Luft(Second team) Tia Morenz, C/OF (Second team) Kehau Cofran, SS (Second team) Stephanie Wiese, P (Second team)

1996

Heather Williams Julie Luft Joelynn Naki Chris Viernes Heather Williams Natalie Wood Jamie Harris Julie Luft Joelynn Naki Heather Richard Chris Viernes Heather Williams

ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 1997

1998

Dana Degen, DP/C (First team) Stephanie Wiese, P/1B (Second team) Tia Morenz, OF (Second team) Kehau Cofran, SS (First team) Dana Degen, DP/C (First team)

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AWARDS & HONORS

CLARE WARWICK

TYLEEN TAUSAGA

MELISSA GONZALEZ

KELLY MAJAM

Third Base 2007, Second Team

Designated Player/ First Base 2007, Third Team

Third Base 2010, First Team

Centerfield 2010, Second Team

1999 2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Joyce Lum, 1B (First team) Melissa McGie, 3B/2B (First team) Tia Morenz, OF (First team) Kelly Gentle, P (Second team) Dana Degen, DP/C (First team) Melissa McGie 3B/2B (First team) Dana Degen, DP/C (First team) Joyce Lum, 1B (First team) Desiree Duran, P (Second team) Desiree Duran, P (First team) Natalie Gonzales, 2B (First team) Kate Judd, SS (First team) Stacey Porter, 1B (First team) Michelle Mumaw, C (First team) Stacie Hirano, OF (Second team) Tyree Woodruff, OF (Second team) Denise Dahlberg, OF (First team) Natalie Gonzales, 2B (First team) Kate Judd, SS (First team) Stacey Porter, 1B (First team) Melissa Coogan, P (First team) Stacey Porter, 1B (First team) Tricia Ramos, 3B (First team) Tracie Uchima, OF (First team) April Crowell, UTL (Second team) Denise Dahlberg, C (Second team) Kate Judd, SS (Second team) Tracie Uchima, OF (First team) April Crowell, 3B (Second team) Denise Dahlberg, C (Second team) Noelle Izumi, 2B (Second team) Tyleen Tausaga, 1B (Second team) Denise Dahlberg, C (First team) Kaulana Gould, OF (First team) Tara Harbert, OF (First team) Tyleen Tausaga, 1B (First team) Melissa Coogan, P (At-large, 2nd team) Ashley Ruff, SS (Second team) Kaulana Gould, OF (First team) Justine Smethurst, P (At-large First team) Tyleen Tausaga, 1B (First team) Audrey Andrade, DP (Second team) Tanisha Milca, OF (Second team)

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2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Kaulana Gould, OF (First team) Alana Power, 2B (At-Large First team) Kate Robinson, UTL (First team) Tyleen Tausaga, 1B (First team) Clare Warwick, 3B (First team) Katie Grimes (Second team) Valana Manuma, SS (Second team) Tanisha Milca, OF (Second team) Brandi Peiler, OF (Second team) Justine Smethurst, P (Second team) Kaulana Gould, OF (First team) Kate Robinson, UTL/P (First team) Audrey Audrey, 1B (Second team) Clare Warwick, 3B (Second team) Tanisha Milca, OF (Second team) Brandi Peiler, OF (Second team) Tanisha Milca, OF (First team) Amanda Tauali‘i, 1B (First team) Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, DP (Second Team) Kanani Pu‘u-Warren, OF (Second team) Stephanie Ricketts, P (Second team) Clare Warwick, 3B (Second team) Melissa Gonzalez (First team) Jessica Iwata, SS (First team) Kelly Majam, OF (First team) Stephanie Ricketts, P (First team) Jenna Rodriguez, UTL/P (First team) Amanda Tauali‘i, 1B (Second team) Jessica Iwata, SS (First team) Stephanie Ricketts, P (First team) Alex Aguirre, OF (Second team) Kelly Majam, OF (Second team) Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, 1B (First team) Jessica Iwata (First team) Kelly Majam (First team) Stephanie Ricketts (First team) Sarah Robinson (First team) Alex Aguirre (Second team) Leisha Li‘ili‘i (Second team) Kaia Parnaby (Second team)

STEPHANIE RICKETTS Pitcher 2012, Second Team

WAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2000 2001 2002 2003 2007 2010 2011

Dana Degen Kate Judd Kate Judd Stacey Porter Tyleen Tausaga Jessica Iwata Jessica Iwata

WAC PITCHER OF THE YEAR 2001 2003 2007 2010 2011 2012

Desiree Duran Melissa Coogan (Co-) Kate Robinson Stephanie Ricketts Stephanie Ricketts Stephanie Ricketts

2001 2005 2007 2009 2010 2012

Stacey Porter Kaulana Gould Katie Grimes Stephanie Ricketts Kelly Majam Leisha Li‘ili‘i

WAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

WAC COACH OF THE YEAR 2003 2007 2010 2012

Bob Coolen Bob Coolen Bob Coolen Bob Coolen

WAC PITCHER/PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1998

1999 2000

2001

Desiree Duran, P Kelly Gentle, P (2x) Janelle Gonzales, P Regina Ka’aihili, 2B Melissa McGie, 3B Tia Morenz, OF Stephanie Wiese, 1B Kelly Gentle, P (3x) Desiree Duran, P (2x) Dana Degen, C (4x) Tyree Woodruff, OF April Crowell, DP Desiree Duran, P (2x) Janelle Gonzales, P 47


AWARDS & HONORS

ALL-AMERICANS

TIA MORENZ

JOYCE LUM

KELLY GENTLE

DANA DEGEN

MELISSA MCGIE DESIREE DURAN

Outfield

First Base

Pitcher

Catcher

Second Base

Pitcher

1998, First Team

1998, Second Team

1998, Honorable Mention 1999, Second Team 1999, First Team 2000, First Team

2000, Third Team

2001, Second Team

WAC PITCHER/PLAYER OF THE WEEK (Cont.)

2002

2003

2004 2005

2006

2007

2008

2009 2010

2011

2012

Natalie Gonzales, 2B Melissa McGie, 3B Stacey Porter, 1B Felicity Witt, P Denise Dahlberg, OF Natalie Gonzales, 2B Stacey Porter, 1B Melissa Coogan, P (3x) April Crowell, DP (2x) Denise Dahlberg, C Stacey Porter, 1B Trisha Ramos, 3B Denise Dahlberg, C Shannon Tabion, P (3x) Melissa Coogan, P Kaulana Gould Kristi Yoshizawa, 3B Kaulana Gould Brandi Peiler Kate Robinson Justine Smethurst (2x) Tyleen Tausaga Tyleen Tausaga (3x) Kate Robinson (1-pitcher/3-hitter) Justine Smethurst (4x) Tanisha Milca Kate Robinson (1-pitcher/1-hitter) Katie Grimes Stephanie Ricketts (2x) Stephanie Ricketts (3x) Kelly Majam (2x) Katie Grimes Jessica Iwata Kaia Parnaby Stephanie Ricketts (2x) Jessica Iwata Kaia Parnaby Stephanie Ricketts (5x) Kaia Parnaby Leisha Li‘ili‘i Jessica Iwata Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu Kelly Majam

2007 2010

2012

2006

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Joyce Lum, 1B Janelle Gonzales, P Melissa McGie, 2B Kaulana Gould, CF Brandi Peiler, LF Kate Robinson, DP

2012

Stephanie Ricketts Sarah Robinson Alex Aguirre Jori Jasper Sharla Kliebenstein Kelly Majam Dara Pagaduan Lauren Parnaby Keiko Sugihara

NATIONAL FASTPITCH COACHES ASSOCIATION NATIONAL SOFTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETE ALL-AMERICAN SCHOLAR-ATHLETES 1998 1999

2002 2003 2004

2005 2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

WAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1999

Tyleen Tausaga, 1B Kristi Yoshizawa, C Alana Power, 2B Melissa Gonzalez, 3B Katie Grimes, C Jessica Iwata, SS MVP - Kelly Majam, OF Jessica Iwata Kelly Majam

2011

Kanani Bona Kristin Anderson Kanani Bona Kalai Castro Stacie Hirano Stacy Makahilahila Tracie Uchima Tracie Uchima Dena DePompa Stacey Ritter Tracie Uchima Paula Blanning Tracie Uchima Paula Blanning Julie Franklin Gail Matsushima Brandi Peiler Clare Warwick Julie Franklin Brandi Peiler Clare Warwick Courtney Baughman Julie Franklin Brandi Peiler Clare Warwick Traci Yoshikawa Alex Aguirre Julie Franklin Dara Pagaduan Stephanie Ricketts Clare Warwick Traci Yoshikawa Alex Aguirre Jori Jasper Kelly Majam Alex Aguirre Jori Jasper Kelly Majam Dara Pagaduan Rachel Paragas

1992 1993

1995 1996

Catherine Brissette Angie DeBenedetti Danelle Haia Kelley Hupp Kym Weil Anne Williams Heather Williams Heather Williams

WAC ALL-ACADEMIC 1997

1998

1999 2000

2001 2002

2003

2004

2005

Jill Jameson Regina Ka‘aihili Laynie Sueyasu Christine Viernes Aiko Okamura Heather Richard Joyce Lum Aiko Okamura Heather Richard Joyce Lum Kanani Bona Joyce Lum Melissa McGie Stacie Hirano Stacie Hirano Stacie Hirano Justina Kahaku Tracie Uchima Noelle Izumi Marie Jackson Tracie Uchima Tara Harbert Noelle Izumi Marie Jackson Stacey Ritter Ashley Ruff Tracie Uchima Louise Harriden Noelle Izumi Tracie Uchima

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AWARDS & HONORS

NATALIE GONZALES

STACEY PORTER

TYLEEN TAUSAGA

KATE ROBINSON

CLARE WARWICK

JESSICA IWATA

STEPHANIE RICKETTS

Second Base

First Base

First Base

Utility/Pitcher

Third Base

Shortstop

Pitcher

2001, Third Team

2003, First Team

2006, Third Team 2007, Second Team

2007, First Team

2007, First Team

2011, Second Team 2012, Second Team

2011, Third Team 2012, First Team

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Paula Blanning Brandi Peiler Alana Power Brandi Peiler Justine Smethurst Clare Warwick Kaulana Gould Katie Grimes Kate Robinson Clare Warwick Julie Franklin Sr. Kathryn Grimes, Jr. Clare Warwick, Sr. Traci Yoshikawa, Jr. Alex Aguirre, So. Katie Grimes, Sr. Kelly Majam, Fr. Stephanie Ricketts, So. Traci Yoshikawa, Sr. Alex Aguirre, Jr. Brynne Buchanan, So. Jessica Iwata, So. Kelly Majam, So. Dara Pagaduan, Jr. Stephanie Ricketts, Jr. Sarah Robinson, Jr. Alex Aguirre, Sr. Jessica Iwata, Jr. Sharla Kliebenstein, So. Kelly Majam, Jr. Dara Pagaduan, Sr. Stephanie Ricketts, Sr. Sarah Robinson, Sr. Jazmine Zamora, So.

Co-SIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN

Tracy Loo, 1992

Stephanie Ricketts, 2012 Third Team

Co-SIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 8

TRACY LOO

JOYCE LUM

STACIE HIRANO

KATE JUDD

1992

1998

2002

2002

TRACIE UCHIMA

CLARE WARWICK

JULIE FRANKLIN

KELLY MAJAM

2005

2007, ‘08, ‘09

2009

2011, ‘12

WAC FRESHMAN/TRANSFER ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 1998 2009

2010

2011 2012

Kanani Bona, Jr. Alexandra Aguirre, Fr. Dara Pagaduan, Fr. Stephanie Ricketts, Fr. Brynne Buchanan, Fr. Jessica Iwata, Fr. Kaia Parnaby, Fr. Jasey Jensen, Sr. Leisha Li‘ili‘i

NFCA COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR WEST REGION Hawai‘i: Head coach: Bob Coolen Assistants: John Nakamura, Dee Wisneski

STEPHANIE RICKETTS 2012

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS G

A Abbey, Alai Adams, Kate Aguirre, Alex Anderson, Kristin Andrade, Audrey Anguiano, Tara Antonio, Joyce Antonio, Rose Arakaki, Alissa

1985 2008 2009-2012 1998-01 2006-09 20101994-97 1994-97 1985-88

Gentle, Kelly Gipaya, Gina Glushenko, Nancy Gonzales, Janelle Gonzales, Natalie Gonzalez, Melissa Gould, Kaulana Grimes, Katie Guigui, Niela

B

H

Bauer, Lisa 1998 Baughman, Courtney 2006-09 Blanning, Paula 2003-06 Bona, Kanani 1998-99 Bonilla, Erica 2003 Brissette, Catherine 1990-93 Brun, PJ 1990-92, ‘94 Brun, Penny 1986-89 Buchanan, Brynne 2010Buckley, Heather 2006 Burton, Jordan 2012Butler, Hannah 2003

Jennifer Hackett Haia, Danelle Harbert, Tara Harris, Jamie Hattori, Sheri Hernandez, Tasha Higgins, Kelly Hirano, Stacie Hirayama, Dawn Hoddevik, Debbie Horde, Kiinani Hupp, Kelley

C

I

Camara, Roblyn Castro, Kalai Ching, Shantell Cluney, Malia Cofran, Kehau Coogan, Melissa Costa, Demetria Crowell, April

1989-92 1999 1986-89 1989 1995-98 2002-05 2000-01 2001-04

D Dahlberg, Denise 2002-05 DeBenedetti, Angela 1989-92 Degen, Dana 1997-00 DePompa, Dena 2004-05 Der, Allison 2008 Detter, Carie 1993-94 Drevno, Nikki 1999 Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu, Makani 2009-2012 Duran, Desiree 1998-01

E Ellis, Shannon Endicott, Jill Enrique, Jocelyn

1991 1993 2010-2012

F

Inouye, Michelle Izumi, Noelle Iwata, Jessica

1996-99 1986-87, ‘89 1985-86 1998-01 1999-02 2008-11 2005-08 2007-10 1989-92

2004-05 1990-93 2003-05 1995-98 1985-86 1990-91 1991 1999-02 1991-94 1988 1991 1990-93

1985-88 2002-05 2010-

J Jackson, Marie Jameson, Jill Jasper, Jori Jensen, Jasey Judd, Kate

2001-04 1995-97 20112011 2000-03

K Ka’aihili, Regina Kahaku, Justina Kalehuawehe, Lorraine Kaluau, Audra Kaluau, Tamara Kama, Kalina Kaneshiro, Kimi Katada, Tina Keeler, Stephanie Kitching, Shannon Kitsuki, Kim Kliebenstein, Sharla Knowles, Kelly

1996-99 2001-04 1985-87 1985-88 1989-92 2006 2001 1985-87 1991-94 1989-90 1985-87 20111985

L

Franklin, Julie Fukumoto, Michele

2006-09 1986-89

Lawrence, Malia Leong, Georgia Li‘ili‘i, Leisha Loo, Tracy Luft, Julie Lum, Joyce Lum, Shannon

1991 1985 20121989-92 1993-96 1997-00 2011-2012

M

S

Machado, Lia 1986-88 Majam, Kelly 2010Makahilahila, Stacey 1999 Manuma, Malamaisaua 2006, 2008-09 Manuma, Valana 2005-2008 Matsushima, Gail 2006-07 Mays, Stacey 1991 McGie, Melissa 1997-2000 Milca, Tanisha 2006-09 Mills, Vikki 1985 Morelock, Nanci 1989-90 Morenz, Tia 1995-98 Morton, Jessica 2005-2008 Mumaw, Michelle 2000-01

Saberon, Abigail Sakashita, Blythe Samana, Jolynn Schneller, Cindy Schuster, Cyna Smethurst, Justine Stiles, Donna Su’a, Nani Su’a, Patti Sueyasu, Laynie

N Nagareda, Summer Nakao, Kaile Nakashima, Susan Naki, Joelynn

2001 20111989-92 1995

O Oda, Sandra Okamura, Aiko Oronoz, Sheri

1985-87 1995-98 2000-02

P Pagaduan, Dara Pagdilao, Tasha Painter, Arica Paragas, Rachel Parnaby, Kaia Parnaby, Lauren Pascua, Christine Peiler, Brandi Peltier, Dionne Power, Alana Porter, Stacey Pu‘u-Warren, Kanani

T Tabar, Kasey Tabion, Shannon Tada, Richlyn Tagab-Cruz, Mikalemi Tandarich, Jennifer Taniguchi, Amy Tauali’i, Amanda Tausaga, Tyleen Thompson, Cheyene Titcomb, Richie-Anne Tokumine, Ashley Tsukada, Fern Turner, Cathy

1999, ‘01-03 1997-00 1985-88 1997 1995 2009-2012 2002-04 1985 2005-2008 2009-2012 1985 1987-90 2010-11 2003-05

Uchima, Tracie Uemura, Joyce Uyeshiro, Cora

2002-05 1988 1985-88

V Vennum, Twylla Viernes, Chris

2006 1994-97

W Wartner, Kayla Warwick, Clare Weil, Kym Wiese, Stephanie Wilkins, Brooke Williams, Anne Williams, Heather Wisneski, Deirdre Witt, Felicity Wood, Natalie Woodruff, Tyree

20122006-09 1991, ‘93-95 1996-97 1994-95 1992-93 1993-96 1992-95 2001 1995 1998-01

Y Yamada, Janell Yamada, Stacey Yamaguchi, Kea Yatogo, Jo-Ann Yoshida, Lizzie Yoshikawa, Traci Yoshizawa, Kristi Young, Lisa

1993 2006-09 2001-04 1985 2008 2007-10 2005-06 1986-88

Z Zamora, Jazmine

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1999 2002-05 1993-96 2009-10 1999-02 2002 2007-10 2004-07 1991-94 2006-09 2000-02 1994 1993-95

U 2009-2012 2010 1998 2010-2012 20102012 1998-99 2006-2008 1988-91 2004-07 2001-03 2007-10

R Ramos, Trisha Rapanot, Alison Reiser, Sara Reynolds, Leilani Richard, Heather Ricketts, Stephanie Ritter, Stacey Rivin, Rachel Robinson, Kate Robinson, Sarah Rodrigues, Johnlyn Rodrigues, Rachelle Rodriguez, Jenna Ruff, Ashley

1985 1985-88 1991-92 1989-92 1992-94 2006-07 1985-88 1985-88 1988-91 1993-97

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ALL-TIME COACHES & RECORDS Alika Thompson (1985-89) Year 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Team Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i

Conference Pacific Coast Athletic Assoc. Pacific Coast Athletic Assoc. Pacific Coast Athletic Assoc. Pacific Coast Athletic Assoc. Big West 5 Years

W 8 9 31 30 16 94

Overall L T 23 27 16 29 35 130 -

Pct .348 .250 .660 .508 .314 .419

W 5 7 23 16 10 61

Conference L 11 21 13 20 26 91

W 24 33 57

Overall L T 41 24 65 -

Pct .369 .579 .467

W 8 17 25

Conference L Pct 28 .222 18 .486 46 .352

W 34 24 51 47 36 37 46 35 25 46 35 40 28 31 32 50 40 30 50 37 44 798

Overall L T 33 35 14 21 25 25 1 15 23 24 18 25 20 33 21 22 13 21 24 16 18 9 455 1

Pct .507 .407 .785 .691 .590 .595 .754 .604 510 .718 .583 .667 .400 .596 .593 .794 .656 .556 .751 .672 .831 .637

W 13 9 25 21 15 18 22 16 11 16 15 17 10 12 10 16 10 15 19 14 17 321

Conference L 23 23 7 11 17 14 8 8 9 4 9 3 14 6 7 2 7 6 1 7 3 189

Pct .361 .281 .781 .656 .469 .563 .733 .667 .550 .800 .625 .850 .417 .666 .588 .888 .588 .714 .950 .667 .850 .692

949

650

.593

407

326

.555

Pct .312 .250 .639 .444 .278 .401

Rayla Allison (1990-91) Year 1990 1991

Team Hawai’i Hawai’i

Conference Big West Big West 2 Years

Bob Coolen (1992-present) Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Team Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai’i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i

Conference Big West Big West Big West Big West Big West Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic Western Athletic 21 Years

All-Time Totals 28 years

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

1994

Record: 51-14 Big West: 25-7 NCAA Midwest Regional: 2-2 Lawrence, KS

GAME 1, May 20, 1994 Drake 0 0 UH 0 0

0 0

0 0 1 0

0 0

R H E 0 0 3 2 x 1 8 0

Record: 47-21 Big West: 21-11 NCAA South Regional: 2-2 Columbia, SC

1995

GAME 1, May 15, 1998

R H E South Carolina 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 7 1 UH 0 0 3 0 0 0 x 3 7 1

Pacific UH

UH Missouri

0 0

0 0

1 1 0 1

0 0 0 0

W- Wilkins (29-7), L- Marshall (12-14) Leading Hitters: Dee Wisneski (1-3, run), Joyce Antonio (1-3, run).

R H E Missouri 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 8 1 UH 00000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 3 W- Marshall (13-14), L- Wilkins (29-8) Leading Hitter: Joyce Antonio (1-5, 2B, run)

0 0

0 0

0 1

0 0 0 6

-

W- Harding (13-1), L- Wilkins (29-8) Leading Hitter: Joelynn Naki (1-2)

0 0 1 0

0 1

R H E 1 7 4 2 6 1

UH Niagara

1 0

W-Duran (14-2), L- Sontrop (14-11), SV- Gentle (3) Leading Hitters: Joyce Lum (3-4, 2B, 3B, run, RBI), Regina Ka’aihili (2-3, RBI), Tyree Woodruff (2-3, 2B, RBI), Tia Morenz (2-4, 3B, 2 runs), Dana Degen (2-4)

W- Weil (15-10), L- Johnson (27-8) Leading Hitter: Cathy Turner (2-4, run)

UH Pacific

1 0

0 2 0 1 0 0 3 0

H E 5 2 1 0

R H E 1 0 1 2 0 0 5 13 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 0

GAME 3, May 16, 1998

UCLA UH

R 6 0

W-McArthur (15-10), L- Gentle (22-8) Leading Hitter: Kanani Bona (1-2).

R H E UH 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 South Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

GAME 4, May 21, 1995

GAME 4, May 22, 1994 0 0

0 2

R H E 0 1 2 9 10 0

GAME 3, May 20, 1995

GAME 3, May 22, 1994

UH 1 0 0 0 Missouri 0 0 0 0

UH UCLA

0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GAME 2, May 16, 1998

GAME 2, May 20, 1995 R H E 0 2 7 1 0 1 3 0

1998

GAME 1, May 19, 1995

W- Wilkins (28-7), L- Zuccolo (14-10) W- Wilkins (29-7), L- Brown (1-2) Leading Hitters: Julie Luft (3-3, RBI), P.J. Brun Leading Hitters: Cathy Turner (2-3, SB), (2-3). Joelynn Naki (2-3)

GAME 2, May 21, 1994

Record: 46-15 WAC: 22-8 NCAA Region 1: 1-2 Tucson, AZ

0 0

R H E 0 4 6 1 0 3 6 3

0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0

1 x

R H E 2 9 2 4 9 2

W- McArthur (16-10), L- Gonzales (10-5) Leading Hitters: McGie (2-4, 3B, run), Dana Degen (2-4), Kehau Cofran (1-4, 2B), Kristin Anderson (1-3, RBI), Joyce Lum (1-4, RBI)

W- Burns (23-5), L- Jameson (3-3), SV- Harding (1) W- Wright, L - Weil (21-5) Leading Hitters: Heather Williams (2-3, RBI), JoLeading Hitters: Stephanie Keeler (3-4), Julie Luft elynn Naki (1-2, RBI). (2-3)

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

1999

Record: 35-23 WAC: 16-8 NCAA Region 3: 3-2 Seattle, WA

GAME 1, May 20, 1999 Texas A&M 0 UH 0

2001

Record: 46-18 WAC: 16-4 NCAA Region 1: 0-2 Tucson, AZ

GAME 1, May 17, 2001

0 0 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0

R H E 4 9 1 3 7 4

SW Texas St. 0 1 0 UH 0 0 0

GAME 1, May 15, 2003

R H E 0 1 0 0 2 7 2 1 0 0 0 1 6 1

W - Vining (22-15), L - Gentle (19-11) W - Chase (29-3), L - Duran (17-5) Leading Hitters: Melissa McGie (2-4, run, 3B), Sv - Neuerburg (3) Joyce Lum (2-3, 2 RBI)

GAME 2, May 18, 2001

GAME 2, May 21, 1999 UH 0 Colgate 2

0 0

5 0

0 0

0 0

1 0

R H E 1 7 10 1 0 2 4 1

UH Texas Tech

0 3

1 0

0 0

0 1

0 0

R H E 1 0 2 10 0 0 x 4 6 1

W - Renfro (34-18), L - J. Gonzales (5-2) Sv - Ayres (2) W - Gonzales (7-6), L - McGoff (19-16) Leading Hitters: Joyce Lum (2-4, 2 runs, 2B), Me- Leading Hitter: Stacey Porter (HR) lissa McGie (2-4, RBI, run, 2B), Regina Ka’aihili (1-3, 3-run HR, 3 RBI), Trisha Ramos (2B, 2 RBI), Natalie Gonzales (2-2, run)

GAME 3, May 22, 1999 UH 1 Texas A&M 0

0 1

R H E 1 0 3 0 3 8 8 3 2 0 0 0 0 3 6 1

W - Gonzales (8-6), L - Vining (22-17) Leading Hitters: Melissa McGie (2-3, 3 runs, 2B), Regina Ka’aihili (1-2, 2 runs, 2B), Dana Degen (14, HR, 3 RBI), Joyce Lum (2-3, 3 RBI, 2B), Trisha Ramos (HR, 2 RBI).

GAME 4, May 22, 1999 R H E CSUF 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 14 2 UH 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 11 2

2003

Record: 40-20 WAC: 17-3 NCAA Region 3: 3-2 Austin, TX

UH LSU

0 0

0 0

0 1

0 5

4 1

0 2

R H E 0 4 9 1 x 9 7 1

W - Schmidt (34-13), L - Coogan (29-10) Leading Hitters: Stacey Porter (3-3, 2 RBI), Denise Dahlberg (2 RBI), Noelle Izumi (2-3).

GAME 2, May 15, 2003 UH 0 TX AMCC 0

1 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

R H E 2 4 1 0 3 1

W - Coogan (30-10), L - Pauly (23-16) Leading Hitters: Stacey Porter (1-2, 2 runs), Trisha Ramos (1-2, RBI), Noelle Izumi (1-3, RBI).

GAME 3, May 17, 2003 RH E Northwestern 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 UH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 17 1 W - Coogan (31-10), L - Schwendimann (10-8) Justina Kahaku (2-3, 2B), Stacey Porter (1-3, 2B, run), Trisha Ramos (1-5, RBI).

GAME 4, May 17, 2003 Arizona State 1 UH 3

0 0

0 1 0 1

R H E 0 0 0 2 7 3 0 0 x 4 9 0

W - Coogan (32-10), L - Werschky (10-7) Stacey Porter (2-3, 2B, run, RBI), Marie Jackson (2 RBI), Kate Judd (2-3, 2B).

W - Gentle (20-11), L - Oetgen (21-12) Leading Hitters: Melissa McGie (2-5, run, RBI), Dana Degen (2-5, RBI), Joyce Lum (2-5), Tyree Woodruff (2-5).

GAME 5, May 18, 2003

GAME 5, May 23, 1999

W - Neuerburg (34-8), L - Coogan (32-11) Stacey Porter (1-2, 2B, RBI), Tracie Uchima (1-2, run).

UH 0 Washington 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2

R H E 0 0 0 1 2 1 x 3 8 1

SW Texas St. 1 UH 1

0 0

1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RH E 2 3 2 1 4 3

W - Spediacci (21-8), L - Gonzales (8-7) Leading Hitter: Dana Degen (1-3).

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

2007

2008

Overall Record: 50-13 WAC: 16-2 NCAA Region 3: 3-0 (Los Angeles, CA) NCAA Super Regionals: 1-2 (Knoxville, TN)

Regionals - Los Angeles, Calif.

Super Regionals - Knoxville, Tenn.

GAME 1, May 18, 2007

GAME 1, May 25, 2007

RH E UCSB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 No.12 UH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 1

R H E No. 12 Hawai‘i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 No. 1 Tennessee 1 4 0 4 X 9 7 0 W - Abbott (45-3), L - Smethurst (19-9)

W - Smethurst (18-8). Loss - Davis (14-15). Leading Hitters: Kate Robinson (2B); Tansha Milca (HR)

GAME 2, May 26, 2007

R H E No.1 Tennessee 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 6 10 1 GAME 2, May 19, 2007 No.12 Hawai‘i 2 0 0 3 3 1 X 9 11 1 RH E W - Robinson (17-1), L - Rhodes No. 12 UH 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 11 0 Leading Hitters: Clare Warwick (2-4, 2 runs); No. 13 UCLA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 KaulanaGould (2-4, 1 run); Robinson (2-3, 1 run, W - Robinson (16-1). L - Lagenfeld (14-3) 3 RBI, home run); Julie Franklin (2-3, 2 runs, 3 Leading Hitters: Tanisha Milca (2-4); Kaulana RBI, double, home run); Alana Power (2-3, 1 run, Gould (2-3); Tyleen Tausaga (2-3); Robinson (2- 2 RBI, home run) 4); Brandi Peiler (2-3) double, sac. fly

GAME 3, May 17, 2003 R H E No. 12 Hawai‘i 3 0 0 0 4 2 9 16 0 Loyola Marymount 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 W - Smethurst (19-8). L - Pagano (21-10) Leading Hitters: Clare Warwick (2-4, run); Kaulana Gould (2 -4, 2 runs); Tyleen Tausaga (3-4, 3 runs); Kate Robinson (3-4, 4 RBI); Brandi Peiler (2-3, RBI); Valana Manuma (2-3, 2 RBI, 1 run)

GAME 3, May 26, 2007

RH E No.12 Hawai‘i 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 No.1 Tennessee 0 0 0 3 4 0 X 7 9 0 W - Abbott (46-4), L - Baughman (5-2) Leading Hitters: Brandi Peiler (HR); Tanisha Milca (2B)

Record: 40-21 WAC: 10-7 NCAA Regional: 2-2; Tempe, AZ

GAME 1, May 17, 2008 Mississippi State 1 Hawai‘i 3

R H E 0 1 0 2 0 0 4 10 0 1 1 0 2 0 X 7 7 1

W - Robinson (18-9). Loss - M. Flesher (20-10). Save - Morton (4). E - Grimes. DP - UH 1. LOB - Miss. State 5; UH 3. 2B - N. Boyce(2); H. Guess(6). HR - B. Bell(2); Milca; Peiler; Robinson; Warwick. SH - Gould; Grimes. SB - C. Bramlett 2(46).

GAME 2, May 18, 2007 Hawai‘i 0 Arizona State 1

0 4

0 0

0 4

0 X

R H E 0 0 3 9 7 0

W - Burkhart (34-5). L - Robinson (18-10). LOB - UH 4; Arizona St. 5. 2B - Carlson 2(9). HR - Miller(16); Cowles(16). HBP - Grimes. SH - Manuma, V.(8); Vasquez(18); Baca(9).

GAME 3, May 18, 2007 R H E Hawai‘i 0 1 0 4 0 1 3 9 13 2 Mississippi State 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 7 16 1 Win - Morton (8-3). Loss - Nurnberg (17-10). 2B - Milca(9); Gould(10); V. Manuma. HR - Robinson(20); V. Manuma; Titcomb(4); S.J. Bailey(3). HBP - N. Boyce. SH - Gould(16); V. Manuma; Andrade(2);Grimes(7); H. Guess(3); S.J. Bailey(6).

GAME 4, May 19, 2007 Arizona State 1 Hawai‘i 0

2 0

0 0

1 0

1 0

5 0

R H E 10 15 0 0 2 0

W - Burkhart (33-5). L - Robinson (17-9). DP - UH 1. LOB - Arizona St. 7; UH 5. 2B Cochran(19); Cowles(11); Carlson(7). HR - Miller(15); Cowles(15). HBP - Miller; Warwick. SH - Cowles(6); Baca(8). SB - Carlson(3).

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY Women’s College World Series - Oklahoma City, Okla.

2010

GAME 1, June 3, 2010

Overall Record: 50-16 WAC: 19-1 NCAA Regional (Stanford, CA): 3-1 NCAA Super Reginonal (Tuscaloosa, AL): 2-1 NCAA WCWS (Oklahoma City): 1-2

Regionals - Stanford, Calif.

0 3

0 0 1 1 2 0 5 x

GAME 1, May 29, 2010 R H E 2 5 2 10 9 0

W - Ricketts (25-7). Loss - Holmes (16-10). E-Santana 2 (UCD); LOB - Aggies 7; UH 8. 2B - Grimes, K.; HR - Tauali‘i, A.; HBP Tauali‘i, A.; SF - Rodriguez, J.; Gonzalez, M. - 2-for-3, 2 runs; Rodriguez, J. - 3 RBI; Aguirre, A. - 2-for-4, 4 RBI

GAME 2, May 22, 2010 Hawai‘i Stanford

R H E 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 6 10 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 8 0

W - Ricketts (26-7). L - Chinn (12-9). LOB - UH 6; Stanford 6. 2B - Aguirre, A; Koutz, Melis.; 3B - Hansen, Ashl; Burns, Maya.; HR Gonzalez, M.; Tauali‘i, A; HBP - Hansen, Ashl; Hassman, Sar.; SH - Yoshikawa, T.; SB - Iwata, J.; Paragas, R.; Gonzalez, M. - 3-for-3, 3 RBI, 1 run

GAME 3, May 23, 2010 Texas Tech Hawai‘i

R H E 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 1 2 0 0 3 x 7 11 0

Win - Ricketts (27-7). Loss - Brokeshoulder (8-6). 2LOB - TTU 8; UH 8; 2B - Bledsoe.; 3B - Pu‘uWarren, K.; HR - Majam, K.; Gonzalez, M.; Rodriguez, J; Grimes, K.; Yoshikawa, T. HBP Aguirre, A.; Pu‘u-Warren,. SH - Legler; Hamada

Hawai‘i Alabama

0 0

0 0 0 0 1 6 1 x

R H E 0 2 3 8 9 0

W - Dunne (30-4). L - Ricketts (27-8). E - Iwata, J.(14); Gonzalez, M. (12); Grimes, K. (4). DP - UH 1. LOG - UH 5, UA 3. 2B - Aguirre, A. HR - Locke 2. HBP - Majam, K.; Pu‘uWarren,. SH - Boccia. SF - Morgan. SB - Braud (44); Davis. DS - Conley.

GAME 2, May 29, 2010 Alabama Hawai‘i

0 0

1 0

0 1

0 0

0 1

2 0

R H E 3 9 1 2 6 0

W - Ricketts (30-8). L - Nottelmann (24-8). E - Tauali‘i, A. DP - Missouri 1. LOB - UH 6; UM 7. 2B - Pu‘u-Warren, K.; Hudson. HR - Aguirre, A.; Yoshikawa, T; Taylor.

Super Regionals - Tuscaloosa, Ala.

GAME 1, May 21, 2010 UC Davis Hawai‘i

Hawai‘i Missouri

R H E 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 7 10 0 1 5 0 1 0 1 x 8 8 0

W - Ricketts (28-8). L - Dunne (30-5). E - Morgan; Gonzalez, M.. LOB - UA 11; UH 5. 2B - Fenton; Majam, K. 3B - Lunceford. HR - Majam, K.; Iwata, J.; Yoshikawa, T. HBP - Larsen; Majam, K.; Aguirre, A.; Yoshikawa, T. SH - Braud. SF - Morgan; Iwata, J. SB - Braud. CS Rodriguez, J.

GAME 2, June 4, 2010 UCLA Hawai‘i

0 0

3 0

0 0

1 2

1 0

0 0

R H E 5 10 0 2 6 0

W - Lagenfeld (13-1). L - Ricketts (30-9). DP - UH 1. LOB - UCLA 6; UH 5. 2B - Lagenfeld; Shull; Rodriguez, J.. HR - Harrison, A; Camuso; Burney; Aguirre, A. SH - Shull; Bates.

GAME 3, June 5, 2010 Hawai‘i Arizona

0 1

0 0

1 2

0 2

0 0

0 0

R H E 1 2 2 5 7 0

W - Fowler (36-7). L - Ricketts (30-10). E - Pagaduan, D; Ricketts, S. LOB - UH 5; UA 5. 2B - Arredondo. HR - Yoshikawa, T. HBP - Aguirre, A. SH - Shutzler. SF - Chambers.

2012

Record: 44-9 WAC: 17-3 NCAA Regional: 0-2; Tucson, AZ

GAME 3, May 30, 2010 Alabama Hawai‘i

R H E 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 4 6 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 5 0

W - Ricketts (29-8). L - Dunne (30-6). LOB - UA 3; UH 6. 2B - Lunceford. HR Morgan; Larsen; Rodriguez, J. HBP - Majam, K.; Aguirre, A.; Pu‘u-Warren, K.

GAME 1, May 18, 2012 Notre Dame 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 Hawai‘i 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

R H E 7 14 1 3 7 3

W - Winter (28-9). L - Ricketts, S. (28-5). LOB - ND 10; UH 7. HR - ND: Maldonado, Haus; UH: Majam, K. (2), Li‘ili‘i, L. HBP Koerner.

GAME 2, May 19, 2012 R H E Hawai‘i 0 1 3 2 1 0 0 7 11 3 North Dakota St. 0 1 4 1 2 1 x 9 11 0 W - Menke (25-12). L - Ricketts, S. (28-6). LOB - UH 10; NDSU 5. 2B - UH: Majam, K.; Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu; NDSU: Mortensen; Konz; Grable. HR - UH: Wartner, K. (2), Robinson, S.; NDSU Mortensen, Ortega. HBP - UH: Majam, K., Nakao, K. SH - Aguirre, A. Pagaduan, Nakao, K. NDSU: Tamayo. 2013 RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1985

1987

1988

1989

Record: 8-23 PCAA: 5-11 Head Coach: Alika Thompson

Record: 31-16 PCAA: 23-13 Head Coach: Alika Thompson

Record: 30-29 PCAA: 16-20 Head Coach: Alika Thompson

Record: 16-35 Big West: 10-26 Head Coach: Alika Thompson

2/24 at Arizona L 1-2 2/24 at Arizona L 4-5 2/25 at Northern Arizona L 2-3 2/25 at Northern Arizona L 2-5 Arizona State Tournament (Tempe, AZ, Feb. 28-Mar. 3) 2/28 New Mexico State W 2-1 2/28 at Arizona State L 2-4 3/01 Oklahoma State L 2-7 3/02 Cal Poly-Pomona L 0-5 3/02 Pacific W 1-0 3/03 Oregon State L 1-2 3/26 UC Santa Barbara* W 4-2 3/26 UC Santa Barbara* W 3-2 3/27 UC Santa Barbara* L 0-2 3/27 UC Santa Barbara* W 3-1 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 29-31) 3/29 UCLA W 1-0 3/30 Fresno State L 0-6 3/31 UC Santa Barbara L 2-3 4/02 Pacific* L 3-5 4/02 Pacific* L 0-3 4/03 Pacific* L 0-1 4/03 Pacific* L 1-2 4/12 at UNLV* L 3-5 4/12 at UNLV* W 8-6 4/13 at UNLV* W 6-5 4/13 at UNLV* L 3-7 4/15 at Cal State Northridge L 0-2 4/15 at Cal State Northridge L 1-8 4/17 at Cal Poly-Pomona* L 1-3 4/17 at Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-4 4/18 at Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-3 4/18 at Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-9

3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/21 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/28 4/09 4/09 4/11 4/11 4/15 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/25 4/25 4/27 4/27 4/29 4/29 5/01 5/01 5/02 5/02 5/05 5/05 5/07 5/07 5/09 5/09

Roadrunner Invitational (Las Cruces, NM, March 3-5) 3/03 Minnesota W 2-1 3/03 Utah W 3-1 3/04 Arizona L 0-2 3/04 Louisiana-Monroe W 3-2 3/04 Utah State W 4-1 3/05 Utah State W 2-1 3/05 Cal State Fullerton L 3-4 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 11-13) 3/11 Hawai‘i Pacific W 10-0 3/11 Chapman L 0-1 3/12 Arizona Western# W 4-1 3/12 Hawai‘i Loa W 7-1 3/12 Sacramento State L 0-1 3/13 Hawai‘i Pacific W 7-1 3/13 Chapman W 4-3 3/15 at CS Dominguez Hills W 3-1 3/15 at CS Dominguez Hills W 3-1 3/16 at Cal State Northridge W 1-0 3/16 at Cal State Northridge L 0-8 3/18 at Long Beach State* L 1-6 3/18 at Long Beach State* L 0-2 3/19 at Long Beach State* W 4-1 3/19 at Long Beach State* W 13-8 3/21 at Fresno State* L 0-1 3/21 at Fresno State* L 0-1 3/22 at Fresno State* L 0-1 3/22 at Fresno State* L 0-4 3/29 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-1 3/29 Cal State Fullerton* W 4-1 3/31 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-1 3/31 Cal State Fullerton* L 1-2 4/02 UNLV* W 3-0 4/02 UNLV* W 2-1 4/05 UNLV* L 1-2 4/05 UNLV* W 2-1 4/13 at UCLA L 0-8 4/13 at UCLA L 0-5 4/15 at UC Santa Barbara* W 4-0 4/15 at UC Santa Barbara* L 1-2 4/16 at UC Santa Barbara* W 8-2 4/16 at UC Santa Barbara* W 6-2 4/18 at Pacific* L 0-1 4/18 at Pacific* L 3-4 4/20 at Pacific* L 0-2 4/20 at Pacific* L 0-1 4/21 at California L 0-1 4/21 at California L 1-3 4/22 at San Francisco W 3-2 4/22 at San Francisco W 7-0 4/29 San Jose State* W 4-0 4/29 San Jose State* W 5-4 4/30 San Jose State* L 1-8 4/30 San Jose State* W 2-1 5/04 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-5 5/04 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-4 5/05 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-1 5/05 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 1-3 5/08 San Diego State* W 5-1 5/08 San Diego State* W 4-3 5/09 San Diego State* W 1-0 5/09 San Diego State* W 4-0

2/12 Hawai‘i-Hilo L 0-1 2/12 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 7-1 Arizona Classic (Tucson, AZ, Feb. 16-18) 2/16 Nebraska L 4-7 2/16 Cal State Fullerton* L 1-2 2/17 U.S. International L 0-3 2/17 Northwestern L 3-6 2/18 Arizona L 0-5 2/18 Toledo W 4-2 2/18 Long Beach State L 2-6 3/03 at Cal Poly-Pomona* L 4-5 3/03 at Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-2 3/04 at Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-2 3/04 at Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-7 3/06 at Cal State Fullerton* L 0-2 3/06 at Cal State Fullerton* L 0-3 3/07 at Cal State Fullerton* L 1-5 3/07 at Cal State Fullerton* L 0-2 3/09 at San Diego State* L 1-2 3/09 at San Diego State* L 4-5 3/10 at San Diego State* L 1-4 3/10 at San Diego State* W 5-4 3/11 at U.S. International W 4-0 3/11 at U.S. International L 0-1 3/17 Utah W 2-1 3/17 Utah W 2-1 3/19 Utah L 0-3 3/19 Utah W 2-0 3/31 Fresno State* W 4-3 3/31 Fresno State * L 0-1 4/01 Fresno State * L 0-1 4/01 Fresno State * L 2-3 4/07 Pacific* W 4-1 4/07 Pacific* W 3-2 4/13 Long Beach State* L 2-4 4/13 Long Beach State* L 0-2 4/15 Long Beach State* L 0-1 4/15 Long Beach State* L 0-1 4/19 at Pacific* W 2-1 4/19 at Pacific* L 0-9 4/21 at San Jose State* L 2-7 4/21 at San Jose State* L 2-4 4/22 at San Jose State* W 3-2 4/22 at San Jose State* L 0-10 4/24 at UNLV* L 4-5 4/24 at UNLV* W 5-0 4/25 at UNLV* W 2-1 4/25 at UNLV* W 5-2 5/05 UC Santa Barbara* L 0-2 5/05 UC Santa Barbara* W 1-0 5/06 UC Santa Barbara* L 1-4 5/06 UC Santa Barbara* L 0-1

1986

Record: 9-27 PCAA: 7-21 Head Coach: Alika Thompson 3/02 Okayama# W 22-1 3/02 Okayama# W 17-0 3/14 at Pacific* L 2-4 3/14 at Pacific* L 1-4 3/24 UNLV* L 1-2 3/24 UNLV* L 2-5 3/25 UNLV* W 2-0 3/25 UNLV* L 0-2 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 27-29) 3/27 U.S. International L 1-2 3/28 Saginaw Valley L 1-2 3/28 Japan# L 1-2 3/29 Utah State L 1-4 3/29 UNLV W 1-0 4/11 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-2 4/11 Cal Poly-Pomona* W 3-0 4/12 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-2 4/12 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-1 4/17 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-1 4/17 Cal State Fullerton* L 1-4 4/18 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-2 4/18 Cal State Fullerton* L 1-8 Utah/Utah State Coca-Cola Classic (Logan, UT, Apr. 24) 4/24 Utah L 3-9 4/24 Oklahoma State L 0-15 4/28 at UC Santa Barbara* L 2-3 4/28 at UC Santa Barbara* L 3-4 4/29 at UCLA L 0-7 4/29 at UCLA W 4-3 4/30 at UC Santa Barbara* W 3-1 4/30 at UC Santa Barbara* L 3-4 5/02 at Long Beach State* L 1-2 5/02 at Long Beach State* W 2-1 5/03 at Long Beach State* L 0-6 5/03 at Long Beach State* L 1-3 5/04 at Pacific* L 0-5 5/04 at Pacific* L 0-7 5/08 San Diego State* W 2-1 5/08 San Diego State* W 3-0 5/10 San Diego State* W 2-0 5/10 San Diego State* L 3-4

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Fresno State* Fresno State* Fresno State* Fresno State* at UNLV* at UNLV* at UNLV* at UNLV* Utah Utah at San Diego State* at San Diego State* at Cal State Fullerton* at Cal Sate Fullerton* at Cal Poly-Pomona* at Cal Poly-Pomona* UC Santa Barbara* UC Santa Barbara* UC Santa Barbara* UC Santa Barbara* Long Beach State* Long Beach State* Long Beach State* Long Beach State* Pacific Lutheran Pacific Lutheran Pacific Lutheran Pacific Lutheran Hawai‘i Pacific at Loyola Marymount at Loyola Marymount at San Diego State* at San Diego State* at Cal State Fullerton* at Cal State Fullerton* at Cal Poly-Pomona* at Cal Poly-Pomona* at San Jose State* at San Jose State* at San Jose State* at San Jose State* Hawai‘i Pacific Hawai‘i Pacific Pacific* Pacific* Pacific* Pacific*

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1991

1992

1993

Record: 24-41 Big West: 8-28 Head Coach: Rayla Allison

Record: 33-24 Big West: 17-18 Head Coach: Rayla Allison

Record: 34-33 Big West: 13-23 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 24-35 Big West: 9-23 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Hawai‘i Preseason Tournament (Honolulu, Feb. 22-24) 2/22 Hawai‘i Loa W 2-0 2/23 Brigham Young-Hawai‘i W 4-1 2/23 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 10-1 2/24 Chaminade W 4-0 2/24 Hawai‘i Pacific W 3-2 Roadrunner Invitational (Las Cruces, NM, March 1-3) 3/01 Northwestern L 2-4 3/01 Wichita State W 1-0 3/02 Arizona State L 1-2 3/02 New Mexico State L 5-7 3/03 Minnesota L 0-3 3/03 Colorado State W 4-1 3/03 Wichita State W 1-0 3/09 San Diego State* L 1-8 3/09 San Diego State* W 4-3 3/10 San Diego State* L 0-3 3/10 San Diego State* W 3-2 3/14 at UCLA L 0-3 3/14 at UCLA L 0-5 3/16 at Long Beach State* L 0-1 3/16 at Long Beach State* L 1-4 3/17 at Long Beach State* L 0-5 3/17 at Long Beach State* W 1-0 3/19 at Fresno State* L 0-4 3/19 at Fresno State* L 0-4 3/20 at Fresno State* L 1-9 3/20 at Fresno State* L 0-3 3/23 UNLV* L 0-1 3/23 UNLV* L 0-5 3/24 UNLV* L 1-2 3/24 UNLV* L 3-4 4/03 Chaminade W 3-0 4/03 Chaminade W 1-0 4/07 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-1 4/07 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-3 4/09 Cal State Fullerton* (12) L 0-1 4/09 Cal State Fullerton* L 2-4 4/12 at Cal State Northridge W 9-3 4/12 at Cal State Northridge W 1-0 4/13 at UC Santa Barbara* L 0-3 4/13 at UC Santa Barbara* W 2-0 4/14 at UC Santa Barbara* W 2-1 4/14 at UC Santa Barbara* W 2-0 4/16 at Pacific* L 0-3 4/16 at Pacific* L 0-1 4/17 at Pacific* L 0-2 4/17 at Pacific* L 0-4 4/18 at California L 0-1 4/18 at California L 0-3 4/19 at St. Mary’s (CA) W 12-1 4/19 at St. Mary’s (CA) W 3-0 4/20 at Santa Clara L 0-1 4/20 at Santa Clara L 1-2 4/26 San Jose State* L 0-3 4/26 San Jose State* L 0-2 4/27 San Jose State* W 4-0 4/27 San Jose State* L 1-2 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, April 28-29) 4/28 New Mexico State W 2-1 4/28 California L 0-4 4/28 Colorado State L 1-4 4/29 Colorado State W 4-3 4/29 California L 0-3 5/04 Cal Poly-Pomona* W 2-1 5/04 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-2 5/05 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 0-5 5/05 Cal Poly-Pomona* L 2-3

2/16 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 3-2 2/17 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 1-0 Hawai‘i Preseason Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 21-24) 2/21 Chaminade W 19-4 2/21 Brigham Young-Hawai‘i W 4-0 2/23 Hawai‘i Pacific W 4-0 2/24 Hawai‘i Loa W 7-0 2/24 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 5-0 UNLV Spring Fling (Las Vegas, NV, March 2-3) 3/02 Cal State Northridge L 4-9 3/02 Southern Utah W 9-0 3/02 Utah State L 1-2 3/03 Oregon State W 8-0 3/03 Cal Poly-Pomona W 2-1 3/05 at UNLV* L 2-6 3/05 at UNLV* L 0-2 3/06 at UNLV* L 0-2 3/06 at UNLV* L 3-5 3/09 San Jose State* L 0-2 3/09 San Jose State* L 1-2 3/12 New Mexico L 1-2 3/13 New Mexico W 4-1 3/13 New Mexico W 1-0 3/15 Fresno State* L 4-6 3/15 Fresno State* L 0-11 3/16 Fresno State* L 3-5 3/16 Fresno State* L 0-2 3/22 Nittaidai# W 8-2 3/22 Nittaidai# W 5-0 3/25 UC Santa Barbara* W 4-1 3/25 UC Santa Barbara* W 3-0 3/26 UC Santa Barbara* W 6-3 3/26 UC Santa Barbara* W 2-0 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 28-30) 3/28 Sacramento State W 2-1 3/29 UC Santa Barbara W 4-3 3/29 UCLA L 0-3 3/30 Sacramento State W 2-1 3/30 UC Santa Barbara W 4-2 4/12 Pacific* W 2-1 4/12 Pacific* W 2-1 4/13 Pacific* W 3-1 4/13 Pacific* L 4-6 4/19 Utah State* L 0-2 4/19 Utah State* W 2-1 4/20 Utah State* W 2-1 4/20 Utah State* W 1-0 4/23 at New Mexico State* W 2-0 4/23 at New Mexico State* L 1-2 4/24 at New Mexico State* W 3-2 4/24 at New Mexico State* W 1-0 4/26 at Cal State Fullerton* L 0-2 4/26 at Cal State Fullerton* L 0-2 4/28 at Cal State Fullerton* (8) L 0-1 4/28 at Cal State Fullerton* (nullified) L 0-4 4/29 at Cal Poly-Pomona L 1-2 4/29 at Cal Poly-Pomona L 1-8 5/01 at San Jose State* L 0-1 5/01 at San Jose State* W 1-0 5/03 Long Beach State* W 3-2 5/03 Long Beach State* W 3-2 5/04 Long Beach State* L 0-4 5/04 Long Beach State* W 1-0

Hawai‘i Preseason Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 20-22) 2/20 Brigham Young-Hawai‘i W 9-0 2/21 Chaminade W 8-0 2/21 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 8-2 2/22 Hawai‘i Loa W 9-0 2/22 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 3-1 3/06 at Pacific* L 1-2 3/06 at Pacific* W 3-1 3/07 at Pacific* L 0-5 3/07 at Pacific* L 0-1 3/10 at Fresno State* L 0-1 3/10 at Fresno State* L 1-5 3/11 at Fresno State* L 2-3 3/11 at Fresno State* L 0-3 Elite Tournament (Bakersfield, CA, March 13-15) 3/13 San Diego State W 4-0 3/13 Sacramento State W 4-0 3/13 Creighton W 2-1 3/14 Cal State Northridge L 0-2 3/14 Pacific L 0-2 3/14 Cal State Bakersfield W 1-0 3/14 Long Beach State L 1-9 3/15 Cal Poly-Pomona L 0-1 3/17 New Mexico State* W 2-0 3/17 New Mexico State* W 4-1 3/18 New Mexico State* W 4-0 3/18 New Mexico State* W 3-0 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 20-22) 3/20 Chaminade W 3-2 3/20 Hawai‘i Loa L 2-3 3/21 Pacific Lutheran L 2-4 3/21 New Mexico State W 6-0 3/21 New Mexico State W 3-2 3/21 Pacific Lutheran W 2-0 3/22 Hawai‘i Loa W 2-1 3/22 Hawai‘i Loa W 1-0 National Invitational Tournament (San Jose, CA, March 26-29) 3/26 Michigan W 8-1 3/27 California W 4-3 3/27 Creighton W 5-3 3/27 Kansas L 0-2 3/28 New Mexico W 4-3 3/28 California W 5-4 3/28 Utah State W 5-4 3/29 Kansas L 0-7 3/31 at UC Santa Barbara* L 0-1 3/31 at UC Santa Barbara* W 1-0 4/01 at UC Santa Barbara* W 5-1 4/01 at UC Santa Barbara* W 6-4 4/02 at UCLA L 0-2 4/02 at UCLA L 0-3 4/03 at Long Beach State* W 2-0 4/03 at Long Beach State* L 0-1 4/04 at Long Beach State* L 0-4 4/04 at Long Beach State* L 1-6 4/06 at Utah State* L 0-1 4/06 at Utah State* L 2-4 4/07 at Utah State* L 0-2 4/07 at Utah State* W 1-0 4/13 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-2 4/14 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-6 4/15 Cal State Fullerton* (14) L 1-2 4/15 Cal State Fullerton* W 1-0 4/24 San Jose State* W 1-0 4/24 San Jose State* L 0-2 4/25 San Jose State* L 3-4 4/25 San Jose State* L 1-2 5/01 UNLV* L 0-3 5/01 UNLV* L 1-11 5/02 UNLV* L 1-5 5/02 UNLV* W 5-0

2/12 Hawai‘i-Hilo% W 3-1 2/13 Hawai‘i-Hilo% L 5-9 2/14 Sonoma State W 8-0 2/14 Sonoma State W 12-2 Hawai‘i Preseason Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 18-20) 2/18 Brigham Young-Hawai‘i W 2-1 2/19 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 5-0 2/19 Simon Fraser W 8-2 2/20 Chaminade W 2-0 Troy Cox Invitational (Las Cruces, NM, Feb. 25-27) 2/25 New Mexico L 2-3 2/25 Oklahoma State L 1-3 2/26 Texas-Arlington W 2-1 2/26 Southern Utah W 9-0 2/27 New Mexico State W 10-6 2/27 Oklahoma State L 2-4 2/27 Wichita State L 0-14 3/01 at New Mexico State* L 3-4 3/01 at New Mexico State* L 4-6 3/02 at New Mexico State* L 1-6 3/02 at New Mexico State* L 0-8 3/14 St. Mary’s (CA) W 14-0 3/14 St. Mary’s (CA) W 13-2 3/16 Long Beach State* L 0-1 3/16 Long Beach State* L 1-4 3/17 Long Beach State* L 1-2 3/17 Long Beach State* L 0-10 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 19-21) 3/19 Arizona State L 1-5 3/19 Texas A&M L 3-4 3/20 Long Beach State L 6-7 3/20 New Mexico W 2-1 3/20 Illinois State L 3-4 3/21 Texas A&M L 4-9 3/23 at San Jose State* W 5-0 3/23 at San Jose State* W 6-2 National Invitational (San Jose, CA, March 26-27) 3/26 Sacramento State L 0-2 3/26 California L 0-4 3/26 Oklahoma W 4-3 3/27 Creighton W 9-3 3/29 at San Jose State* W 7-4 3/29 at San Jose State* W 6-2 4/02 UC Santa Barbara* L 0-3 4/02 UC Santa Barbara* W 3-2 4/03 UC Santa Barbara* W 3-2 4/03 UC Santa Barbara* W 5-2 4/17 at UNLV* L 1-2 4/17 at UNLV* L 1-3 4/18 at UNLV* L 2-5 4/18 at UNLV* L 5-6 4/20 at Cal State Fullerton* L 4-5 4/20 at Cal State Fullerton* L 0-3 4/22 at Cal State Fullerton* L 4-10 4/22 at Cal State Fullerton* L 2-6 4/30 Pacific* W 3-2 5/01 Pacific* L 1-6 5/02 Pacific* W 2-0 5/02 Pacific* L 0-7 5/06 Utah State* L 0-3 5/06 Utah State* L 2-5 5/08 Utah State* L 0-1 5/08 Utah State* L 2-3

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1994

1995

1996

1997

Record: 51-14 Big West: 25-7 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 47-21 Big West: 21-11 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 36-25 Big West: 15-17 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 37-25-1 WAC: 18-14 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Hawai‘i Preseason Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 17-19) 2/17 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 1-0 2/17 Hawai‘i Pacific W 8-0 2/19 Chaminade W 9-0 2/19 Hawai‘i Pacific W 1-0 UNLV Spring Fling (Las Vegas, NV, Feb. 25-27) 2/25 Oregon W 2-0 2/25 Sacramento State W 1-0 2/26 Utah State L 2-4 2/26 Toledo W 7-0 2/27 UCLA W 1-0 2/27 Oregon W 3-1 3/01 at UC Santa Barbara* W 3-2 3/01 at UC Santa Barbara* W 10-0 3/03 at UC Santa Barbara* W 3-1 3/03 at UC Santa Barbara* W 2-0 3/11 Tennessee Tech W 4-1 3/11 Tennessee Tech W 4-0 3/13 San Jose State* W 7-0 3/13 San Jose State* W 7-3 3/15 San Jose State* W 7-1 3/15 San Jose State* W 4-0 3/16 Missouri L 0-1 3/16 Missouri W 4-3 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 17-20) 3/17 Cleveland State W 7-0 3/18 Arizona State W 5-0 3/18 San Jose State W 4-0 3/19 California W 6-0 3/19 Missouri L 2-5 3/20 Arizona State W 3-0 3/20 California L 1-5 3/22 at Long Beach State* W 1-0 3/22 at Long Beach State* L 2-3 3/23 at Long Beach State* W 3-0 3/23 at Long Beach State* W 1-0 Cellular One Classic (Sacramento, CA, March 24-26) 3/24 Connecticut W 5-1 3/24 Toledo W 6-3 3/25 Michigan W 12-8 3/25 Sacramento State W 9-0 3/26 Texas A&M W 5-0 3/26 Oklahoma L 2-4 4/01 New Mexico State* W 5-1 4/01 New Mexico State* (5) W 9-0 4/03 New Mexico State* (6) W 9-0 4/03 New Mexico State* W 4-0 4/09 Hawai‘i Pacific W 3-0 4/09 Hawai‘i Pacific W 5-0 4/14 Cal State Fullerton* W 1-0 4/14 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-2 4/16 Cal State Fullerton* (8) L 0-1 4/16 Cal State Fullerton* L 0-1 4/22 UNLV* L 0-2 4/22 UNLV* W 1-0 4/23 UNLV* L 0-1 4/23 UNLV* W 4-1 4/29 at Pacific* W 2-1 4/29 at Pacific* W 5-1 4/30 at Pacific* W 1-0 4/30 at Pacific* W 2-0 5/02 at Utah State* W 5-2 5/02 at Utah State* W 11-1 5/03 at Utah State* L 1-2 5/03 at Utah State* W 4-3 NCAA Midwest Regional (Lawrence, KS, May 20-22) 5/20 Drake W 1-0 5/21 Missouri W 2-1 5/22 Missouri L 1-3 5/22 Missouri L 1-2

Hawai‘i Preseason Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 10-12) 2/10 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 9-1 2/11 Chaminade W 13-0 2/11 Hawai‘i Pacific W 3-0 2/11 Chaminade W 2-0 2/12 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 2-0 2/12 Hawai‘i Pacific W 4-2 2/19 at San Jose State* W 1-0 2/19 at San Jose State* L 2-11 2/21 at San Jose State* W 2-1 2/21 at San Jose State* L 0-1 Arizona State Classic (Tempe, AZ, Feb. 23-26) 2/23 Eastern Michigan W 3-2 2/23 Eastern Michigan L 2-3 2/24 Cal Poly-SLO W 4-0 2/24 San Diego State W 4-0 2/25 Michigan L 0-5 2/26 Washington W 7-0 3/03 Utah State* W 4-0 3/03 Utah State* L 2-8 3/04 Utah State* W 2-0 3/04 Utah State* W 2-0 3/13 Long Beach State* W 6-0 3/13 Long Beach State* W 2-0 3/15 Long Beach State* W 7-0 3/15 Long Beach State* L 3-4 Honeycuts Invitational (Honolulu, March 16-19) 3/16 Notre Dame W 2-1 3/16 Loyola Marymount W 1-0 3/17 DePaul W 3-0 3/17 Long Beach State L 4-6 3/18 Loyola Marymount W 5-1 3/19 Long Beach State L 3-5 3/19 Notre Dame W 6-3 3/19 Long Beach State W 5-2 3/19 Long Beach State W 3-2 Cellular One Classic (Sacramento, CA, March 25-26) 3/25 Cal Poly-SLO L 3-4 3/25 Nebraska L 3-5 3/25 Oregon L 0-2 3/26 Pacific W 4-1 3/26 Cal Poly-SLO L 1-5 3/28 at New Mexico State* W 4-1 3/28 at New Mexico State* W 3-0 3/29 at New Mexico State* W 4-0 3/29 at New Mexico State* L 0-2 3/31 at UNLV* L 1-2 3/31 at UNLV* L 1-2 4/01 at UNLV* W 4-2 4/01 at UNLV* W 7-2 4/08 at Hawai‘i-Hilo W 7-0 4/08 at Hawai‘i-Hilo W 4-0 4/14 Pacific* W 4-3 4/14 Pacific* W 1-0 4/16 Pacific* W 3-0 4/16 Pacific* W 7-0 4/18 UC Santa Barbara* W 3-0 4/18 UC Santa Barbara* L 3-4 4/19 UC Santa Barbara* W 4-1 4/19 UC Santa Barbara* W 6-0 4/24 at Loyola Marymount W 7-0 4/24 at Loyola Marymount W 9-0 4/25 at Cal State Fullerton* (8) L 2-3 4/25 at Cal State Fullerton* L 0-5 4/27 at Cal State Fullerton* W 3-2 4/27 at Cal State Fullerton* L 2-6 4/29 at San Diego State W 4-1 4/29 at San Diego State W 7-0 NCAA South Regional (Columbia, SC, May 19-21) 5/19 South Carolina W 3-2 5/20 UCLA L 0-9 5/20 South Carolina W 2-0 5/21 UCLA L 3-4

2/10 Hawai‘i-Hilo% W 8-3 2/10 Hawai‘i-Hilo% L 0-8 Hawai‘i Preseason Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 16-18) 2/16 Hawai‘i Pacific W 8-0 2/16 Chaminade W 11-0 2/17 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 8-5 2/17 Chaminade W 7-0 2/18 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 3-1 2/18 Hawai‘i Pacific W 15-2 UNLV Softball Classic (Las Vegas, NV, Feb. 23-25) 2/23 Akron W 10-2 2/23 Oregon W 10-2 2/24 Utah State (11) W 9-8 2/24 Toledo L 2-6 2/25 Oregon L 9-11 2/28 Pacific* L 1-7 2/28 Pacific* L 0-3 NSCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, GA, March 1-3) 3/01 Oregon W 5-2 3/01 Notre Dame W 6-2 3/02 Princeton (8) W 6-5 3/02 Illinois-Chicago L 0-1 3/03 Oklahoma State W 3-0 3/03 Notre Dame W 6-4 3/11 New Mexico State* W 3-1 3/11 New Mexico State* L 1-4 3/13 New Mexico State* W 3-1 3/13 New Mexico State* L 0-4 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 14-17) 3/14 Bowling Green W 9-0 3/15 Stanford L 1-3 3/15 Tokyo WCPE# L 2-4 3/16 Tennessee-Chattanooga L 4-5 3/16 New Mexico State L 0-4 3/17 Bowling Green W 9-0 3/17 Stanford W 1-0 3/17 Tokyo WCPE# W 6-2 3/24 San Jose State* W 6-3 3/24 San Jose State* W 9-1 3/26 San Jose State* W 10-1 3/26 San Jose State* L 3-5 3/29 Long Beach State* W 3-1 3/29 Long Beach State* L 0-1 3/30 Long Beach State* L 1-6 3/30 Long Beach State* L 0-3 3/31 Loyola Marymount W 10-0 3/31 Loyola Marymount W 12-1 4/04 Cal State Fullerton* L 3-4 4/04 Cal State Fullerton* L 3-6 4/06 Cal State Fullerton* (9) L 6-7 4/06 Cal State Fullerton* W 1-0 4/13 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 8-7 4/13 Hawai‘i-Hilo L 6-7 4/21 Pacific* W 2-1 4/21 Pacific* (10) L 8-9 4/22 UC Santa Barbara* W 4-2 4/22 UC Santa Barbara* L 1-2 4/24 UC Santa Barbara* W 4-1 4/24 UC Santa Barbara* L 1-2 4/26 Utah State* W 7-6 4/26 Utah State* W 5-3 4/27 Utah State* L 3-5 4/28 Utah State* L 0-6 5/03 UNLV* L 4-8 5/03 UNLV* W 3-1 5/04 UNLV* (8) W 3-2 5/04 UNLV* W 6-3

Preseason Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 7-9) 2/07 BYU-Hawai‘i W 17-1 2/08 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 5-2 2/09 Chaminade W 9-0 2/09 Hawai‘i Pacific W 6-4 Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 14-16) 2/14 Santa Clara W 9-1 2/14 Texas-San Antonio W 9-0 2/15 Long Beach State W 5-2 2/15 Loyola Marymount L 0-2 2/16 Santa Clara W 11-0 2/16 Long Beach State W 4-3 2/16 Long Beach State L 0-3 2/16 Long Beach State L 2-3 SDSU Spring Classic (San Diego, CA, Feb. 20-23) 2/20 Stanford L 2-7 2/20 Arkansas L 4-5 2/21 Cal State Northridge T 5-5 2/21 Long Beach State L 2-7 2/22 Michigan L 6-7 2/22 San Diego State W 5-3 2/23 Sacramento State W 4-2 2/25 at San Jose State* L 3-8 2/25 at San Jose State* L 4-5 2/26 at San Jose State* W 12-5 2/26 at San Jose State* W 16-0 3/08 Utah* W 3-0 3/08 Utah* W 2-1 3/09 Utah* L 1-2 3/09 Utah* L 1-5 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, March 14-16) 3/14 Creighton W 5-1 3/14 Illinois State W 7-0 3/15 Southeast Missouri State W 9-6 3/15 California L 2-3 3/15 Illinois State W 5-4 3/16 California W 11-6 3/16 California W 4-0 Cal State Fullerton Pony Tournament

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3/20 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/26 3/26 4/03 4/03 4/05 4/05 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/30 4/30 5/02 5/02 5/03 5/03 5/09 5/09 5/10 5/10

Oklahoma State Ohio State Arizona Utah State Fresno State at New Mexico* at New Mexico* San Diego State* San Diego State* San Diego State* San Diego State* Colorado State* Colorado State* Colorado State* Colorado State* at Tulsa* at Tulsa* at Tulsa* at Tulsa* at New Mexico* at New Mexico* at UNLV* at UNLV* at UNLV* at UNLV* Fresno State* Fresno State* Fresno State* Fresno State*

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1998

1999

2000

2001

Record: 46-15 WAC: 22-8 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 35-23 WAC: 16-8 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 25-24 WAC: 11-9 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 46-18 WAC: 16-4 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Preseason Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 6-8) 2/06 Brigham Young-Hawai‘i W 13-0 2/07 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 8-0 2/08 Chaminade W 9-0 2/08 Hawai‘i Pacific W 4-1 Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 12-15) 2/12 Simon Fraser W 2-0 2/13 Cal Poly-SLO W 3-0 2/13 UC Santa Barbara W 2-1 2/14 Nebraska W 6-0 2/14 Oregon State L 1-2 2/15 Nebraska W 7-6 2/15 Oregon State W 4-3 UNLV Classic (Las Vegas, NV, Feb. 20-22) 2/20 Washington L 0-3 2/21 Pacific W 6-3 2/21 Oregon W 9-4 2/22 Utah State W 4-0 2/22 Bowling Green W 6-3 2/25 at San Diego State* W 14-2 2/25 at San Diego State* W 8-1 3/04 San Jose State* W 10-3 3/04 San Jose State* W 6-4 3/07 San Jose State* L 4-5 3/07 San Jose State* W 8-0 3/09 Tulsa* W 8-0 3/09 Tulsa* W 10-2 3/10 Tulsa* W 10-0 3/10 Tulsa* W 10-2 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, March 12-15) 3/12 Loyola Marymount W 2-0 3/13 Notre Dame W 11-1 3/14 Tulsa W 6-2 3/15 Tennessee-Chattanooga W 12-6 Capital Classic (Sacramento, CA, Mar. 19-21) 3/19 Kansas W 1-0 3/20 Arkansas W 3-0 3/20 California L 1-3 3/20 Iowa L 2-6 3/21 Nebraska L 1-3 3/24 at Santa Clara W 3-0 3/24 at Santa Clara W 7-3 3/27 at Fresno State* L 2-6 3/28 at Fresno State* L 0-2 4/10 New Mexico* W 3-0 4/10 New Mexico* W 4-1 4/11 New Mexico* W 4-2 4/11 New Mexico* W 6-0 4/19 at San Diego State* L 1-2 4/19 at San Diego State* L 0-1 4/21 at Colorado State* L 1-6 4/21 at Colorado State* L 0-2 4/22 at Colorado State* W 8-0 4/22 at Colorado State* L 3-4 4/24 at Utah* W 3-2 4/24 at Utah* W 6-3 4/25 at Utah* W 8-6 4/25 at Utah* W 7-4 5/01 UNLV* W 4-1 5/01 UNLV* W 4-1 5/02 UNLV* W 5-1 5/02 UNLV* W 9-1 NCAA Regional I (Tucson, AZ, May 15-16) 5/15 Pacific L 0-6 5/16 Niagara W 5-1 5/16 Pacific L 2-4

Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 11-14) 2/11 Loyola Marymount W 10-0 2/12 Baylor L 0-1 2/12 Ohio State W 3-0 2/13 Oregon State W 2-0 2/13 Cal State Fullerton W 2-1 2/14 Baylor W 1-0 2/14 Oregon State W 1-0 UNLV Classic (Las Vegas, NV, Feb. 19-21) 2/19 Portland State W 7-6 2/19 UCLA L 2-10 2/20 Pacific W 5-4 2/20 Oregon W 4-2 2/21 Bowling Green W 11-1 2/22 at Fresno State* L 0-1 2/23 at Fresno State* L 4-7 2/23 at Fresno State* L 0-12 Arizona Wildcat Classic (Tucson, AZ, Feb. 26-28) 2/26 South Florida L 2-7 2/26 Tennessee L 2-5 2/27 at Arizona L 0-5 2/27 at Arizona L 0-8 2/28 South Florida W 11-0 3/05 Colorado State* W 1-0 3/06 Colorado State* W 6-4 3/07 Colorado State* W 2-1 3/12 UNLV* W 1-0 3/13 UNLV* W 10-2 3/13 UNLV* W 6-5 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, March 18-19) 3/18 Eastern Illinois W 6-5 3/19 California L 0-3 3/19 Connecticut W 5-3 3/23 at New Mexico* W 9-6 3/24 at New Mexico* L 2-3 3/24 at New Mexico* L 5-7 3/27 at Long Beach State L 0-1 3/27 at Long Beach State L 0-2 3/28 at Cal State Fullerton W 4-2 3/28 at Cal State Fullerton (6) L 0-8 4/09 San Diego State* W 3-0 4/10 San Diego State* W 1-0 4/10 San Diego State* L 0-2 4/16 at Utah* L 5-6 4/17 at Utah* W 4-3 4/17 at Utah* L 3-9 4/23 San Jose State* W 9-2 4/24 San Jose State* W 6-0 4/24 San Jose State* W 10-0 4/29 at Oklahoma State L 1-3 4/30 at Tulsa* W 1-0 5/01 at Tulsa* W 4-1 5/01 at Tulsa* W 2-0 WAC Tournament (Fresno, CA, May 13-15) 5/13 UNLV W 4-3 5/13 New Mexico W 3-2 5/14 Utah L 1-4 5/15 Utah (13) L 0-2 NCAA Regional III (Seattle, WA, May 20-23) 5/20 Texas A&M L 3-4 5/21 Colgate W 7-2 5/22 Texas A&M W 8-3 5/22 Cal State Fullerton (11) W 4-3 5/23 at Washington L 0-3

Chevron Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 10-13) 2/10 Hofstra W 5-4 2/11 Texas L 1-4 2/11 Texas Tech W 6-0 2/12 Long Beach State W 4-3 2/12 UCLA L 1-9 2/13 Texas W 6-5 Hawai‘i Aina Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 24-25) 2/24 Hawai‘i Pacific W 3-2 2/25 Chaminade W 8-0 NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, GA, March 3-5) 3/03 Boston College W 3-2 3/03 Michigan L 5-9 3/04 LSU L 3-8 3/04 Harvard W 5-2 3/05 DePaul L 0-1 Fullerton Kia Classic (Fullerton, CA, March 15-19) 3/15 Cal State Fullerton L 2-3 3/16 Louisiana-Monroe W 11-4 3/17 Arizona L 0-1 3/17 Oregon State L 0-3 3/18 Iowa L 1-7 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, March 23-26) 3/23 Nicholls State L 1-3 3/25 Oregon State (5) L 1-9 3/25 Loyola Marymount L 4-7 3/28 Loyola Marymount* W 5-3 3/28 Loyola Marymount* W 1-0 3/31 San Diego L 4-5 3/31 San Diego W 4-1 4/02 at Loyola Marymount* W 4-1 4/02 at Loyola Marymount* L 2-4 4/04 at Long Beach State W 3-2 4/04 at Long Beach State L 2-3 4/09 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 8-7 4/09 Hawai‘i-Hilo W 3-2 4/14 Fresno State* L 0-1 4/14 Fresno State* L 0-3 4/15 Fresno State* L 3-8 4/15 Fresno State* L 0-4 4/19 at Oregon W 9-6 4/19 at Oregon L 1-6 4/21 at Portland State* W 10-5 4/21 at Portland State* L 7-8 4/22 at Portland State* W 4-2 4/22 at Portland State * L 5-6 4/27 Tulsa* W 2-0 4/27 Tulsa* L 0-6 4/28 Tulsa* W 5-4 4/28 Tulsa* L 1-2 5/05 at San Jose State* W 5-2 5/05 at San Jose State* W 2-1 5/06 at San Jose State* W 3-1 5/06 at San Jose State* W 11-4

South Florida Tournament (Tampa, FL, Feb. 2-4) 2/2 at South Florida W 2-1 2/2 Tennessee W 5-0 2/3 Florida Atlantic (9) W 3-2 2/4 Northwestern L 1-4 2/6 at Stetson W 4-0 2/6 at Stetson W 5-0 2/7 at Bethune-Cookman L 0-1 2/7 at Bethune-Cookman W 2-0 Chevron Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 15-18) 2/15 Auburn L 2-3 2/15 Cal State Fullerton L 0-3 2/16 Centenary (6) W 12-4 2/16 UC Santa Barbara W 5-1 2/17 Auburn W 5-0 2/18 Cal State Fullerton L 4-6 2/18 UC Santa Barbara W 5-0 2/18 Cal State Fullerton L 0-8 3/6 Loyola Marymount* W 6-1 3/6 Loyola Marymount* W 4-3 3/7 Winthrop (5) W 10-0 3/7 Winthrop (5) W 8-0 Malihini Softball Tournament (Honolulu, March 8-11) 3/8 Winthrop (5) W 9-1 3/9 Pacific L 0-2 3/9 Western Illinois (6) W 8-0 3/10 Loyola Marymount W 7-4 3/10 Stetson W 1-0 3/11 Loyola Marymount W 3-1 3/11 Pacific (6) L 0-9 Fullerton Kia Classic (Fullerton, CA, March 15-17) 3/15 Washington L 0-4 3/15 New Mexico State W 2-0 3/16 Texas (9) W 4-2 3/17 Notre Dame L 1-4 3/17 Cal State Northridge W 3-2 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 22-25) 3/22 San Diego State W 5-2 3/22 Wright State W 11-4 3/23 Eastern Illinois W 4-0 3/23 McNeese State W 1-0 3/25 San Diego W 2-1 3/28 at Cal State Northridge W 2-1 3/28 at Cal State Northridge L 0-2 3/29 at UC Riverside (5) W 10-0 3/29 at UC Riverside W 2-1 4/1 at Loyola Marymount* L 0-3 4/1 at Loyola Marymount* W 4-0 4/11 at Pacific (6) L 1-9 4/11 at Pacific W 4-2 4/13 at Fresno State* L 0-1 4/13 at Fresno State* W 2-0 4/14 at Fresno State* (11) L 1-2 4/14 at Fresno State* W 4-0 4/20 Portland State* L 1-2 4/20 Portland State* (8) W 9-1 4/21 Portland State* W 2-1 4/21 Portland State* W 6-5 4/25 at Oklahoma State (8) W 5-4 4/27 at Tulsa* W 3-0 4/27 at Tulsa* W 6-0 4/28 at Tulsa* W 3-0 4/28 at Tulsa* W 7-0 5/4 San Jose State* W 5-2 5/4 San Jose State* W 7-2 5/5 San Jose State* W 1-0 5/5 San Jose State* W 7-0 NCAA Regional I (Tucson, AZ, May 17-19) 5/17 Southwest Texas State L 1-2 5/18 Texas Tech L 2-4

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2002

2003

2004

2005

Record: 35-25 WAC: 15-9 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 40-20 WAC: 17-3 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 28-33 WAC: 10-14 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 31-21 WAC: 12-6 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

2/5 at Long Beach State (9) L 0-1 2/5 at Long Beach State (9) L 4-5 2/6 at UC Riverside W 2-1 2/6 at UC Riverside L 3-4 Aztec Invitational (San Diego, CA, Feb. 8-9) 2/8 at San Diego State W 4-3 2/8 Missouri W 3-1 2/9 Missouri W 5-1 2/9 at San Diego State W 4-0 Chevron Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 14-17) 2/14 Texas-Arlington W 8-2 2/15 Mercer W 5-0 2/15 Long Beach State L 2-4 2/16 Texas-Arlington W 6-0 2/16 Long Beach State L 1-3 2/17 Texas-Arlington W 7-2 2/17 Long Beach State L 1-9 2/27 at Arizona State L 1-3 2/27 at Arizona State L 2-5 U of A Hillenbrand Invitational (Tucson, AZ, March 1-3) 3/1 at Arizona L 1-5 3/1 Evansville W 7-3 3/2 Southern Mississippi (10) W 3-2 3/2 Long Beach State L 2-17 3/3 Eastern Michigan W 7-3 3/5 Loyola Marymount* W 7-2 3/5 Loyola Marymount* W 6-4 Chevron Malihini Tournament (Honolulu, March 7-10) 3/7 New Mexico State W 4-0 3/8 Oregon State L 0-1 3/9 Loyola Marymount W 6-2 3/9 New Mexico State W 9-2 3/10 Oregon State (9) W 2-1 3/12 Loyola Marymount* W 3-2 3/12 Loyola Marymount* W 9-0 Chevron Invitational (Honolulu, March 21-24) 3/21 California L 0-4 3/22 Northwestern L 5-8 3/23 Hofstra W 5-3 3/24 Hofstra L 1-2 3/25 Northwestern W 6-2 3/25 Hofstra W 3-1 3/29 at San Jose State* W 3-1 3/29 at San Jose State* W 8-1 3/30 at San Jose State* W 9-2 3/30 at San Jose State* L 1-2 4/12 at Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 4/12 at Louisiana Tech* L 1-4 4/13 at Louisiana Tech* W 5-0 4/13 at Louisiana Tech* W 5-1 4/19 Fresno State* L 4-6 4/19 Fresno State* (8) L 2-3 4/20 Fresno State* L 1-4 4/20 Fresno State* W 5-1 4/27 at Portland State* L 2-3 4/27 at Portland State* W 2-1 4/28 at Portland State* L 0-3 4/28 at Portland State* W 5-1 4/30 at Oregon W 5-4 4/30 at Oregon L 4-5 5/10 Tulsa* L 0-7 5/10 Tulsa* W 5-4 5/11 Tulsa* L 2-4 5/11 Tulsa* W 3-0

Chevron Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 7-9) 2/7 Louisville W 8-0 2/7 Oklahoma State W 6-1 2/8 Santa Clara L 1-4 2/8 Washington L 2-3 2/9 Oklahoma State L 0-3 UNLV Desert Classic (Las Vegas, NV, Feb. 14-16) 2/14 Oregon State W 2-1 2/14 Utah L 3-4 2/15 UCLA L 2-10 2/15 Central Michigan W 3-1 2/16 California W 1-0 2/17 Southern Utah (at UNLV) W 3-1 2/17 at UNLV L 2-5 2/19 at Loyola Marymount W 4-1 2/19 at Loyola Marymount W 2-0 2/20 at UC Riverside W 7-2 2/20 at UC Riverside L 3-4 Malihini Tournament (Honolulu, March 7-9) 3/7 Loyola Marymount W 9-2 3/7 Baylor W 5-2 3/8 UC Riverside W 4-1 3/8 Kent State W 8-2 3/9 Buffalo W 2-0 Kia Klassic (Fullerton, CA, March 13-14) 3/13 at Cal State Fullerton L 1-3 3/13 Washington L 2-5 3/14 Texas W 5-3 3/14 Fresno State L 1-3 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 20-23) 3/20 Pacific L 3-8 3/21 Wisconsin W 2-0 3/22 Ohio State L 0-4 3/23 Ohio State W 10-4 Tar Heel Invitational (Chapel Hill, NC, March 29) 3/29 Virginia L 7-8 3/29 at North Carolina W 5-3 4/1 at UNC-Greensboro W 10-0 4/1 at UNC-Greensboro L 4-5 4/5 at Fresno State* W 1-0 4/5 at Fresno State* W 7-1 4/6 at Fresno State* L 0-7 4/6 at Fresno State* L 0-6 4/10 Nevada* W 3-0 4/11 Nevada* W 3-1 4/12 Nevada* W 5-1 4/12 Nevada* W 2-1 4/17 Tulsa* W 8-0 4/17 Tulsa* W 4-3 4/19 Tulsa* W 2-0 4/19 Tulsa* W 2-1 4/24 San Jose State* W 4-0 4/24 San Jose State* W 6-1 4/26 San Jose State* W 4-0 4/26 San Jose State* L 1-2 4/30 at Centenary L 3-4 4/30 at Centenary W 8-0 5/2 at Louisiana Tech* W 6-3 5/2 at Louisiana Tech* W 8-3 5/3 at Louisiana Tech* W 6-3 5/3 at Louisiana Tech* W 7-0 NCAA Region 3 (Austin, TX, May 15-17) 5/15 LSU L 5-9 5/15 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi W 2-0 5/16 Northwestern (11) W 1-0 5/17 Arizona State W 4-2 5/17 Southwest Texas State L 1-2

Hawai‘i Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 4-8) 2/4 Brigham Young W 7-3 2/5 Alabama-Birmingham L 3-4 2/6 Oregon State W 3-1 2/7 Tennessee L 0-2 2/7 St. Mary’s (CA) W 1-0 2/8 Tennesse L 0-2 UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, NV, Feb. 13-15) 2/13 Notre Dame L 7-8 2/13 UNLV L 0-1 2/14 Portland State L 0-6 2/14 Wisconsin W 7-5 2/15 DePaul W 8-7 2/17 at Loyola Marymount L 1-5 2/17 at Loyola Marymount L 3-4 Campbell/Cartier Classic (San Diego, CA Feb. 20-21) 2/20 Oregon L 2-5 2/20 Ohio W 3-1 2/21 Loyola (Chicago) W 9-3 2/21 San Diego State L 4-8 3/2 Siena W 8-0 3/2 Siena W 3-0 Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, March 4-7) 3/4 Southern Illinois W 3-1 3/4 Coll. of Charleston W 5-4 3/5 Siena W 8-0 3/5 Long Beach State L 1-4 3/6 Southern Illinois L 2-6 3/6 Siena W 8-0 3/7 Southern Illinois W 1-0 3/7 Long Beach State L 1-3 3/9 Southern Illinois L 0-4 Hawai‘i Invitational (Honolulu, March 18-20) 3/18 Utah W 9-3 3/19 Northwestern L 0-1 3/20 California L 1-2 The Stanford Classic (Stanford, CA, March 26-28) 3/26 Illinois W 4-0 3/26 Stanford L 0-1 3/27 BYU L 2-5 3/27 UC Riverside W 5-0 3/28 Stanford L 0-1 4/2 UTEP* W 6-0 4/2 UTEP* W 10-0 4/3 UTEP* W 4-2 4/4 UTEP* W 5-0 4/9 Fresno State* L 0-7 4/9 Fresno State* L 2-9 4/10 Fresno State* L 2-5 4/10 Fresno State* W 4-0 4/18 at Tulsa* L 1-2 4/18 at Tulsa* L 2-6 4/19 at Tulsa* L 1-2 4/19 at Tulsa* L 4-5 4/23 at Nevada* W 9-3 4/23 at Nevada* L 1-3 4/24 at Nevada* L 0-3 4/24 at Nevada* L 0-3 4/30 Louisiana Tech* L 0-1 4/30 Louisiana Tech* W 3-0 5/1 Louisiana Tech* L 4-5 5/1 Louisiana Tech* W 5-3 5/7 at San Jose State* W 3-2 5/7 at San Jose State* L 1-2 5/8 at San Jose State* L 1-5 5/8 at San Jose State* W 3-1

OCTW Hawai‘i Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb.3-6) 2/3 IPFW (5) W 8-0 2/5 Oregon (6) L 2-10 2/6 Washington W 7-6 UNLV Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, NV; Feb.11-13) 2/12 Oklahoma State L 0-3 2/12 Brigham Young L 3-10 2/13 Central Florida W 6-3 2/16 at Arizona State W 8-6 2/16 at Arizona State L 0-2 Arizona Worth Classic (Tucson, AZ; Feb.18-20) 2/18 Northern Iowa W 3-1 2/20 at Arizona L 0-4 2/20 at Arizona (8) L 1-2 Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tourney (Honolulu, March 3-6) 3/3 Mount St. Mary’s (5) W 11-0 3/4 Delaware State (6) W 9-1 3/4 California L 0-2 3/5 Alabama L 1-3 3/5 Portland State W 2-1 3/6 Portland State W 3-0 3/6 Alabama L 3-4 3/8 Virginia W 1-0 Hawaiian Airlines Spring Fling Tournament

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3/9 Notre Dame (5) L 1-9 3/10 Campbell W 8-2 3/11 Virginia L 1-4 3/11 Nevada W 8-4 3/14 Nevada* W 5-4 3/15 Nevada* L 1-3 3/15 Nevada* L 1-3 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, March 17-20) 3/17 Winthrop W 3-2 3/18 Eastern Illinois W 6-0 3/19 Miami (Ohio) L 0-5 3/19 Loyola Marymount W 2-1 3/20 San Diego W 8-3 Stanford Classic (Palo Alto, CA; March 24-26) 3/24 Illinois W 7-2 3/24 at Stanford (8) L 2-4 3/25 Northwestern L 0-1 3/25 UNLV L 2-4 3/26 St. Mary’s (6) W 8-0 4/2 Fresno State* L 1-3 4/2 Fresno State* (9) L 3-5 4/3 Fresno State* L 0-1 4/11 at Tulsa* W 3-0 4/12 at Tulsa* W 3-0 4/12 at Tulsa* W 5-3 4/15 at UTEP* (6) W 9-0 4/16 at UTEP* (6) W 8-0 4/16 at UTEP* (5) W 9-1 4/22 Louisiana Tech* W 7-1 4/23 Louisiana Tech*(6) W 9-1 4/23 Louisiana Tech* W 6-3 5/6 San Jose State* W 2-1 5/7 San Jose State* L 2-3 5/7 San Jose State*(5) W 11-1

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2007

2008

2009

Record: 32-22 WAC: 10-7 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 50-13 WAC: 16-2 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 40-21 WAC: 10-7 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 30-24 WAC: 15-6 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

OCTW Hawai‘i Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb.9-12) 2/9 Texas-Arlington W 10-4 2/10 #25 Brigham Young L 0-4 2/10 Southern Mississippi W 2-1 2/11 Texas State W 2-1 2/11 Loyola Marymount W 6-3 2/12 Texas-Arlington L 2-6 UNLV Louisville Slugger Rebel Classic

OCTW Hawai‘i Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb.8-11) 2/8 Portland State (5) W 17-0 2/8 Nebraska W 4-3 2/9 Auburn W 2-1 2/9 DePaul W 1-0 2/10 DePaul L 0-3 2/11 Nebraska W 6-5 UNLV Louisville Slugger Rebel Classic

(Las Vegas, NV - Feb.16-19)

(Las Vegas, NV - Feb.16-19)

2/16 vs. Southern Utah L 4-5 2/16 vs. Southern Utah W 11-6 2/17 vs. Utah (8) W 11-6 2/17 vs. New Mexico L 3-7 2/18 vs. Oregon L 3-5 2/18 vs. Central Michigan W 3-2 2/19 #3 Tennessee L 1-13 Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament

2/16 vs. Cal State Fullerton L 2-3 2/16 vs. Colorado State W 9-5 2/17 vs. Mississippi State W 3-2 2/18 vs. Cal State Northridge W 7-2 2/18 vs. Utah W 3-1 2/19 vs. Southern Utah (5) W 16-0 2/21 at Loyola Marymount W 1-0 2/21 at Loyola Marymount (5) W 14-1 Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, Mar. 1-4) 3/1 Oregon L 1-7 3/1 Kent State W 4-2 3/2 St. Mary’s (8) W 2-1 3/2 Georgia L 4-7 3/3 Kent State W 1-0 3/3 Georgia L 6-9 3/4 Kent State W 1-0 3/6 Boston College W 5-1 Hawaiian Airlines Spring Fling Tournament

OTWC Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 14-17) 2/14 Kentucky W 2/15 Long Beach State W 2/15 Central Florida W 2/16 Kentucky W 2/16 Long Beach State W 2/17 Long Beach State L Palm Springs Classic (Palm Springs, Calif.) 2/22 vs. Florida Atlantic W 2/23 vs. Michigan State W 2/23 vs. #11 UCLA L 2/24 vs. Long Island W 2/27 at UC Riverside (DH) W 2/27 at UC Riverside (DH) W Eller Media Stadium Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2/29 vs. Western Kentucky W 2/29 vs. Long Beach State L 3/1 vs. California L 3/1 at UNLV W 3/2 vs. Pittsburgh W Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament

(Honolulu, March 2-5)

3/2 Mercer L 0-2 3/5 Mississippi Valley State (5) W 16-1 3/5 Florida International W 4-1 3/6 Penn State L 0-5 Hawaiian Airlines Spring Fling Tournament (Honolulu, March 8-11)

3/8 Longwood (5) W 14-0 3/10 UCSB L 0-2 3/10 Detroit Mercy W 4-0 3/11 UNLV W 5-4 3/11 Penn State L 0-2 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, March 16-19) 3/16 Longwood W 6-0 3/17 Oklahoma State L 0-5 3/18 Kansas L 1-3 3/20 #17 Northwestern L 0-5 3/25 at Louisiana Tech* W 7-1 3/25 at Louisiana Tech* (5) W 14-4 3/26 at Louisiana Tech* W 8-1 3/27 at Grambling State (5) W 25-0 3/27 at Grambling State (5) W 14-0 4/2 San Jose State* W 2-0 4/2 San Jose State* W 3-0 4/7 New Mexico State* L 0-1 4/8 New Mexico State* W 2-0 4/8 New Mexico State* (6) W 8-0 4/21 at Fresno State* L 1-5 4/22 at Fresno State* L 0-1 4/22 at Fresno State* L 2-5 4/25 at St. Mary’s-CA (6) W 10-3 4/25 at St. Mary’s-CA W 10-1 4/28 at Nevada* L 4-7 4/28 at Nevada* (10) L 3-4 5/5 Utah State* W 6-0 5/6 Utah State* L 1-2 5/6 Utah State* W 4-1 4/29 Nevada* W 6-2 WAC Championship Tournament (Fresno, CA - May 11-13)

5/11 5/11 5/12 5/13 5/13 5/13

vs. Louisiana Tech* (5) vs. San Jose State* at #20 Fresno State* vs. Nevada* vs. Nevada* vs. Nevada*

W W W W L L

8-0 3-1 6-5 1-0 2-4 0-7

(Honolulu, Mar. 1-4)

3/7 UOP W 8-6 3/7 Liberty W 6-0 3/8 Boston College (8) W 4-3 3/8 Oregon State W 3-0 3/9 Boston College W 8-0 3/10 Oregon State W 4-2 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, Mar. 14-17) 3/14 Liberty L 3-4 3/14 California W 6-2 3/15 Baylor L 2-3 3/16 Nevada (5) W 16-0 3/17 Nevada W 8-3 3/17 Baylor W 2-1 3/19 Nevada* (6) W 9-0 3/20 Nevada* W 5-4 3/20 Nevada* W 6-2 3/23 Louisiana Tech* W 5-1 3/24 Louisiana Tech* (5) W 9-0 3/24 Louisiana Tech* W 7-3 3/31 at San Jose State* (8) L 1-2 3/31 at San Jose State* (5) W 20-0 4/1 at San Jose State* W 9-2 4/3 at Santa Clara W 7-0 4/3 at Santa Clara W 7-0 4/6 at New Mexico State* W 6-0 4/7 at New Mexico State* W 7-3 4/7 at New Mexico State* W 6-5 4/20 Fresno State* (5) W 18-2 4/21 Fresno State* L 2-6 4/21 Fresno State* W 2-1 4/27 at Utah State* W 11-3 4/28 at Utah State*(6) W 11-0 4/28 at Utah State*(5) W 14-2 WAC Championship (Fresno, Calif. - May 9-12) 5/10 vs. Louisiana Tech W 5-2 5/11 at Fresno State L 3-9 5/11 vs. Nevada (8) L 1-3 NCAA Regional (Los Angeles, Calif. - May 10-12) 5/10 vs. UC Santa Barbara (10) W 2-0 5/11 at #13 UCLA (8) W 3-1 5/12 vs. Loyola Marymount (6) W 9-0 NCAA Super Regional (Knoxville, Tenn.- May 25-26) 5/25 at #1 Tennessee (5) L 0-9 5/26 at #1 Tennessee W 9-6 5/26 at #1 Tennesee L 1-7

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9-5 5-3 3-1 6-0 6-1 0-1

OTWC Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 5-7) 2/5 No. 10/6 Oklahoma W 8-5 2/6 UAB L 0-2 2/6 No. 19/17 LSU L 5-6 2/7 No. 10/6 Oklahoma L 0-14 2/7 No. 19/17 LSU L 5-6(9) UNLV Louisville-Slugger Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.)

6-0 6-1 0-3 3-0 2-0 6-0 6-2 0-4 2-9 5-2 8-1

(Honolulu, Mar. 6-9)

3/6 Eastern Kentucky W 5-0 3/6 Southern Illinois W 4-3 3/7 Netherlands National Team W 4-3 3/8 #22 Washington L 2-3 3/8 Idaho State W 8-0 3/9 Eastern Kentucky W 1-0 3/9 #22 Washington W 6-8 Chevron Spring Fling Tournament (Honolulu, Mar. 12-15) 3/12 Maine W 9-0 3/13 Texas W8-0 (5) 3/13 Maine W 6-3 3/14 Texas Tech W 4-1 3/14 North Carolina L 1-5 3/15 Texas L 0-5 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, Mar. 19-22) 3/19 St. Mary’s L 1-2 3/19 Colorado State W 8-4 3/20 Colorado State W 8-1 3/21 St. Mary’s L 2-4 (9) 3/22 No. 12 Northwestern W 6-1 3/24 New Mexico State* (DH) L 1-4 3/24 New Mexico state W 4-0 3/25 New Mexico State* W 1-0 3/29 at Louisiana Tech* (DH) W 4-1 3/29 at Louisiana Tech* W 6-4 3/30 at Louisiana Tech* Rained out 4/11 San Jose State* W 1-0 4/12 San Jose State* (DH) W 3-1 4/12 San Jose State* W 9-6 4/19 at Nevada* (DH) L 1-4 4/19 at Nevada* L 6-7 4/20 at Nevada* L 10-13 4/23 at Santa Clara (DH) W 9-3 4/23 at Santa Clara W 3-0 4/25 at #Fresno State* L 3-4 4/26 at #10 Fresno State* (DH) L 2-3 (8) 4/26 at #10 Fresno State L 1-2 (8) 5/3 Utah State* (DH) W 5-2 5/3 Utah State* W 3-0 5/4 Utah State* W 5-0 WAC Championships (Honolulu, HI - May 7-10) 5/7 Louisiana Tech L 1-2 5/8 San Jose State W 12-4 5/9 #10 Fresno State W 6-1 5/10 #17 Nevada L 1-2 NCAA Tournament (Tempe, AZ - May 16-18) 5/16 #25 Mississippi State W 9-7 5/17 #2 Arizona State L0-10 (6) 5/17 #25 Mississippi State W 7-4 5/18 #2 Arizona State L 0-8 (5)

2/13 vs. No. 13 Northwestern L 2-6 2/13 vs. Kentucky L 0-8(5) 2/14 vs. Oregon L 2-3 2/14 vs. St. Louis W 8-3 2/15 vs. UC Davis L 1-8 2/18 at Loyola Marymount Rained out Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif. Feb. 19-21) 2/19 vs. Maryland L 2-3 2/20 vs. No. 9/10Tennessee L 2-3 2/21 vs. No. 23 Ohio State W 4-2 2/21 vs. No. 1 Alabama L 0-1(8) 2/26 TOKYO WCPE W 9-5 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, Feb. 27-Mar.1) 2/27 Mount St. Mary’s W 2-0 2/28 Western Carolina W 6-0 2/28 Tokyo W.C.P.E. W 9-3 3/1 Mount St. Mary’s W 20-0(5) 3/1 Tokyo W.C.P.E. W 13-6(6) Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, Mar. 4-8)

3/4 Mount St. Mary’s W 8-0 3/5 Santa Clara W 9-0(5) 3/6 No. 25 Mississippi State L 14-11 3/6 Florida Gulf Coast L 4-5 3/7 Radford Rained out 3/8 Oregon State W 3-2 Chevron Spring Fling Tourney (Honolulu, Mar. 11-14) 3/11 Utah W 1-0 3/12 Wisconsin L 0-3 3/12 No. 9 California L 1-10(5) 3/13 Radford L 1-6 3/13 Memphis W 5-3(5) 3/14 St. John’s Rained Out 3/21 at Louisiana Tech* (DH) W 3-0 at Louisiana Tech * L 1-8 3/22 at Louisiana Tech* W 4-0 3/23 at Grambling State W 4-0 3/27 Nevada* L 5-6 (8) 3/28 Nevada* (DH) L 3-1 Nevada W 3-2 4/3 at Fresno State* L 1-2 4/4 at Fresno State* (DH) W 7-4(16) at Fresno State* W 2-1 4/10 Utah State* W 9-1 (6) 4/11 Utah State* W 4-3 (10) Utah State* W 3-2 4/17 at San Jose State* W 6-5 4/18 at San Jose State* (DH) W 11-4 at San Jose State* L 4-5 4/20 at Santa Clara (DH) W 12-0(5) at Santa Clara W 9-0 4/24 New Mexico State* W 3-1 4/25 New Mexico State* L 1-3 New Mexico State* W 11-3(5) 5/1 Boise State* W 8-0 (5) 5/2 Boise State* (DH) W 9-1(5) Boise State* W 8-3 WAC Championship (Fresno, Calif. May 6-9) 5/6 vs. Louisiana Tech L 1-7 5/7 vs. Boise State W 10-2 5/8 vs. Nevada L 2-4(10)

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2011

2012

Record: 50-16 WAC: 19-1 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 37-16 WAC: 14-7 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

Record: 44-9 WAC: 17-3 Head Coach: Bob Coolen

OTWC Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 11-13) 2/11 McNeese State L 1-2 2/12 Texas A&M-CC W 9-0 (5) 2/12 #10 Stanford L 0-2 2/13 McNeese State W 5-2 2/13 #10 Stanford W 11-5

OTWC Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Feb. 5-7) 2/10 Southern Utah W 2/11 UC Davis W 2/11 Texas State W 2/12 Southern Utah W 2/12 UC Davis W

UNLV Louisville-Slugger Desert Classic

UNLV Louisville-Slugger Desert Classic

(Las Vegas, Nev., 2/19-21)

2/19 vs. Utah W 11-5 2/19 at UNLV W 11-0 (5) 2/20 vs. #9 Georgia Tech L 2-11 (6) 2/20 vs. San Diego W 16-3 (5) 2/21 vs. CS Fullerton W 12-3 2/23 at Loyola Marymount W 8-0 (6) Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif. 2/25-27) 2/25 vs. Oklahoma State L 0-4 2/26 vs. UC Davis W 8-5 2/26 vs. Oregon L 3-4 2/27 vs. #2 Arizona L 3-8 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, Mar. 5-7) 3/5 Seattle W 9-1(5) 3/6 East Carolina W 10-0(5) 3/6 #1 Washington L 0-1 (8) 3/7 East Carolina W 6-4 3/7 #1 Washington L 4-8 3/10 Troy (DH) 3/10 Troy

W 19-3(5) W 2-1(8)

Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, Mar. 17-20)

3/12 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/13

Troy Loyola Marymount DePaul Troy DePaul

Oceanic Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic 9-1 (5) 9-1 (6) 1-0 (8) 5-1 8-0 (6)

W 12-4(5) W 9-0(5) L 2-6 W 7-3 W 4-1

Chevron Spring Fling Tournament (Honolulu, Mar. 17-20) 3/17 Lipscomb W 3-0 3/18 #13 California L 0-5 3/18 Lipscomb W 8-0(5) 3/19 #13 California W 3-0 3/20 Lipscomb W 5-4 3/20 #13 California L 1-5 3/26 San Jose State* W 3-2(10) 3/27 San Jose State* (DH) W 7-3 3/27 San Jose State* W 7-1 4/3 at New Mexico State* (DH) W 9-8 4/3 at New Mexico State* W 14-3 4/4 at New Mexico State* W 13-1(5) 4/7 at Utah State* (DH) W 12-4(6) 4/7 at Utah State* W 18-8 4/9 at Boise State* W 15-1(5) 4/10 at Boise State* (DH) W 9-5 4/10 at Boise State* W 12-1(5) 4/16 Louisiana Tech* W 3-1 4/17 Louisiana Tech* (DH) W 8-5 4/17 Louisiana Tech* W 9-0 (5) 4/23 at Nevada* W 6-2 4/24 at Nevada* (DH) W 20-0(5) 4/24 at Nevada* W 11-2(5) 4/30 Fresno State* W 5-0 5/1 Fresno State*(DH) L 7-9 5/1 Fresno State* W 5-4 WAC Championships (Honolulu, HI - May 12-15) 5/13 vs. San Jose State W 16-8(6) 5/14 vs. Fresno State W 16-1(5) 5/15 vs Fresno State L 3-4 5/15 vs. Fresno State W 14-3(5) NCAA Regional (Stanford, CA- May 21-23) 5/21 vs. UC Davis W 10-2(5) 5/22 at #15 Stanford W 6-3 5/23 vs. Texas Tech W 7-1 NCAA Super Regional (Tuscaloosa, AL- May 29-30) 5/29 at #3 Alabama L 0-8 5/29 at #3 Alabama W 8-7 5/30 at #3 Alabama W 5-4

(Las Vegas, Nev. - Feb. 18-20)

2/18 2/18 2/19 2/19 2/20

vs. Utah vs. Long Beach State vs. #14 Oregon vs. #18 Stanford vs. CSU Northridge

W 8-7 W 10-4 L 5-13(5) W 6-1 W 12-3(6)

2/22 at UC Riverside (DH) W 2-0 2/22 at UC Riverside W 9-1 (6) Cathedral City Classic (Cathedral City, Calif. Feb. 24-26) 2/24 vs. #6 Oklahoma W 4-1 2/25 vs. #18 Nebraska L 0-3 2/25 vs. Syracuse L 2-3 2/26 vs. Virginia L 4-6 Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu -Mar.5-6) 3/5 South Dakoka State W 6-0 3/5 Weber State W 6-0 3/6 St. Bonaventure W 8-0(5) 3/6 Weber State W 5-1 Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, Mar. 11-14)

3/11 Longwood L 0-1 3/12 Miami (OH) W 5-0 3/12 South Dakota State W 9-0(5) 3/13 South Dakota State W 3-1 3/13 Miami (OH) W 8-2 3/14 Longwood W 3-2 Chevron Spring Fling Tourney (Honolulu, Mar. 16-19) 3/16 Cleveland State W 2-1 3/17 Brigham Young L 0-4 3/17 Iona L 0-1(9) 3/18 #9 California L 1-3 3/19 Brigham Young L 1-2 3/25 Utah State* W 5-2 3/26 Utah State* (DH) W 8-0(6) 3/26 Utah State* W 2-0 4/1 at Fresno State* L 0-5 4/2 at Fresno State* (DH) L 1-2 4/2 at Fresno State* L 0-2 4/8 Nevada* W 3-1 4/9 Nevada*(DH) W 8-1 4/9 Nevada* W 5-4 4/15 at Louisiana Tech* W 6-0 4/16 at Louisiana Tech*(DH) W 4-0 4/16 at Louisiana Tech* L 0-1 4/22 Boise State* L 1-2 4/23 Boise State*(DH) L 4-7 4/23 Boise State* L 2-3 4/29 New Mexico State* W 3-2(10) 4/30 New Mexico State*(DH) W 5-4 4/30 New Mexico State* W 5-4 5/6 at San Jose State* W 8-0(5) 5/7 at San Jose State* (DH) W 11-1(5) 5/7 at San Jose State* W 3-1 WAC Championship (Fresno, Calif. May 11-14) 5/11 vs. Utah State W 6-1 5/12 vs. New Mexico State L 4-5 5/12 at Fresno State L 1-2

(Honolulu, Feb. 9-11)

2/9 2/10 2/10 2/11 2/11

Seattle Missouri-Kansas City DePAUL SEATTLE DePAUL

2/13 UMKC

W 62 W 51 W 50 W 210 5 W 9-2 W

10

Louisville-Slugger UNLV Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev., 2/16-19)

2/16 2/17 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/19

Memphis Portland State UC Riverside CSU Northridge Idaho State UNLV

W 91 6 W 11-3 W 8-0 (5) W 8-0 (6) W 14-0 (5) W 12-2 (5)

Bank of Hawaii Invitational (Honolulu, Mar. 3/2-6) 3/2 Radford W 11-3 3/3 UC Santa Barbara W 5-0 3/3 #20 Florida State W 2-1 3/4 Radford W 5-1 3/4 #20 Florida State W 1-0 3/6

#20 Florida State

(RAINED OUT)

Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, Mar. 10-11)

3/10 Southern Illinois Radford 3/11 Robert Morris Marist

W W W W

7-1 4-0 9-0 (5) 4-9

BANK OF HAWAI‘I INVITATIONAL 3/13 #6 Texas L 04 3/14 Marist W 60 3/15 #1 California W 31 10 3/16 #21 Texas A&M L 13 3/17 Winthrop W 21 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/30 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/7 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/5 5/6 5/6

San Jose State* San Jose State* DH San Jose State* at New Mexico State* at New Mexico State* at New Mexico State* at Utah at Utah Valley State at BYU* at BYU* (DH) at BYU* Louisiana Tech* Louisiana Tech* DH Louisiana Tech* at Nevada* at Nevada* (DH) at Nevada* Fresno State* Fresno State* DH Fresno State* at Utah State* at Utah State* (DH) at Utah State*

W 41 L 24 W 80 6 W 9-1 (5) W 4-3 W 4-1 W 7-3 W 6-1 Snowed Out W 1-0 L 3-7 W 91 6 W 91 5 W 80 5 W 6-0 W 6-2 L 0-4 W 113 5 W 10 11 W 20 W 9-2 W 18-0 (5) W 10-3

5/9-12 WAC Championship (Las Cruces, N.M.) 5/10 vs. San Jose State W 5-1 5/11 vs. BYU L 4-6 5/11 vs. Fresno State L 7-9 NCAA Regional (Tucson, AZ- May 21-23) 5/21 vs. Notre Dame L 5/22 vs. North Dakota State L

3-7 7-9

NCAA Women’s College World Series (Oklahoma City, OK- June 3-9)

6/3 6/4 6/5

vs. #9 Missouri vs. #5 UCLA vs. #3 Arizona

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS OPPONENT Akron Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Auburn Baylor Bethune-Cookman Boise State Boston College Bowling Green Brigham Young Brigham Young-Hawai’i Buffalo California Cal Poly-Pomona Cal Poly-SLO Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Campbell Centenary Central Michigan Central Florida Chaminade Chapman College Cleveland State Colgate College of Charleston Colorado State Connecticut Creighton DePaul Delaware State Detroit Mercy Drake East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Evansville Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida Gulf Coast Florida State Fresno State Georgia Georgia Tech Grambling State Harvard Hawai’i-Hilo Hawai’i Loa Hawai’i Pacific Hofstra Idaho State Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne Iona Iowa Jacksonville Kansas Kent State Kentucky Liberty Lipscomb Long Beach State

W 1 2 0 4 1 2 3 1 7 4 4 2 6 1 9 4 2 1 2 10 8 1 2 2 2 15 1 2 1 2 10 2 4 6 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 1 2 1 0 2 21 0 0 3 1 22 6 16 3 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 4 2 1 3 25

L 0 4 13 6 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 7 0 0 19 25 2 0 0 46 6 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 65 2 1 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 3 0 1 1 0 49

T 1 -

PCT 1.000 .333 .000 .400 .500 .750 .600 .500 .700 1.000 1.000 .222 1.000 1.000 .321 .138 .500 1.000 1.000 .179 .571 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .588 1.000 1.000 .666 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .244 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .846 .857 .941 .750 1.000 1.000 .000 .667 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .250 1.000 .666 .500 1.000 .338

Current Streak UH won 1 UH won 2 UA won 13 ASU won 3 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 1 UH won 1 BSU won 3 UH won 4 UH won 4 BYU won 2 UH won 6 UH won 1 UH won 1 CPP won 3 UH won 1 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 1 UH won 3 UH won 1 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 2 UH won 15 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 6 UH won 2 UH won 4 UH won 3 UH won 1 UH won 1 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 3 UH won 2 UH won 1 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 1 FG won 1 UH won 2 FSU won 1 UGA won 2 GT won 1 UH won 3 UH won 1 UH won 4 UH won 2 UH won 16 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 2 UIC won 1 UH won 2 UH won 1 IU won 1 UI won 2 UH won 1 KU won 1 UH won 4 UK won 1 LU won 1 UH won 3 UH won 1

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Last Meeting 2/23/96 5/30/10 6/5/10 5/18/08 3/20/98 2/9/07 3/17/07 2/7/01 4/23/11 3/09/07 2/21/99 5/11/12 2/6/98 3/9/03 3/15/12 3/15/92 2/13/98 3/14/92 3/15/88 2/21/10 2/18/12 3/10/05 4/30/03 2/18/06 2/15/08 2/25/00 3/13/88 3/16/11 5/21/99 3/4/04 3/20/08 3/19/99 3/14/97 2/11/12 3/4/05 3/10/06 5/20/94 3/7/10 3/18/05 3/9/08 3/3/02 3/1/02 2/22/08 3/5/06 3/6/09 3/6/12 5/11/12 3/03/07 2/20/10 3/23/09 3/4/00 4/9/00 3/22/92 2/24/00 3/25/02 2/18/12 3/24/05 3/2/96 3/15/97 2/3/05 3/17/11 3/18/00 2/6/05 3/18/06 3/04/07 2/14/09 3/07/07 3/20/10 2/18/11

OPPONENT Long Island Longwood Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana State Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola (Chicago) Loyola Marymount Maine Marist Maryland McNeese State Memphis Mercer Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Mississippi State Mississippi Valley State Missouri Missouri-Kansas City Mount Saint Mary’s Nebraska Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State Niagara Nicholls State North Carolina North Carolina-Greensboro North Dakota State Northern Arizona Northern Iowa Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pacific Lutheran Penn State Pittsburgh Portland State Princeton Radford Robert Morris Sacramento State Saginaw Valley St. Bonaventure St. Mary’s (CA) St. Louis San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Jose State Seattle Sienna Simon Fraser Sonoma State South Carolina South Dakota State South Florida Southeast Missouri State Southern Illinois Southern Mississippi

W 1 3 2 0 32 1 1 33 2 2 0 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 5 2 4 4 23 13 42 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 5 1 4 3 3 8 9 28 5 0 1 13 1 3 1 6 0 1 9 1 4 23 2 70 3 4 2 2 2 3 2 1 4 2

L 0 1 0 4 6 0 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 4 18 6 14 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 8 4 0 1 2 10 11 5 33 1 2 0 6 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 11 0 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

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PCT 1.000 .750 1.000 .000 .842 1.000 1.000 .868 1.000 1.000 .000 .667 1.000 .500 .667 .400 1.000 .500 .750 1.000 .555 1.000 1.000 .500 .561 .684 .736 1.000 .000 .500 .500 .000 .000 1.000 .272 .555 1.000 .800 .600 .231 .421 .642 .459 .833 .000 1.000 .684 1.000 .750 1.000 .750 .000 1.000 .818 1.00 .800 .676 1.000 .722 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 .666 1.000

Current Streak UH won 1 UH won 1 UH won 2 LSU won 4 UH won 3 UH won 1 UH won 1 UH won 7 UH won 2 UH won 2 UM won 1 UH won 1 UH won 2 MU won 1 UM won 2 UM won 3 UH won 1 UM won 1 MS won 1 UH won 1 UH won 3 UH won 2 UH won 4 UN won 1 UN won 1 NMU won 1 UH won 3 UH won 1 NSU won 1 NC won 1 UNCG won 1 NDSU won 1 NAU won 2 UH won 1 NU won 1 ND won 3 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 1 OSU won 4 UO won 8 UH won 6 UH won 1 UH won 1 PSU won 2 UH won 1 UH won 5 UH won 1 UH won 3 UH won 1 UH won 4 SVU won 1 UH won SM won 1 UH won 1 UH won 4 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 2 UH won 3 UH won 4 UH won 2 UH won 2 UH won 2 UH won 3 UH won 2 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 2

Last meeting 2/24/08 3/14/11 3/16/00 2/7/09 4/14/12 2/7/03 2/21/04 3/12/10 3/13/08 3/14/12 2/19/09 2/13/10 2/16/12 3/2/06 3/13/11 3/3/00 2/23/08 3/3/90 3/6/09 3/5/06 6/3/10 2/13/12 3/4/09 2/25/11 4/21/12 2/17/06 3/31/12 5/16/98 3/23/00 3/14/08 4/1/03 5/22/12 2/25/85 2/18/05 2/13/09 5/21/12 2/16/04 2/21/09 2/24/11 2/25/10 2/19/11 3/8/09 3/7/07 3/21/92 3/11/06 3/2/08 2/17/12 3/2/96 3/10/12 3/11/12 2/23/97 3/28/86 13/6/11 3/21/08 2/14/09 2/20/10 2/9/02 4/22/88 5/10/12 2/11/12 3/6/04 2/12/98 2/14/93 5/20/95 3/13/11 2/2/01 3/15/97 3/10/12 2/10/06

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS OPPONENT Southern Utah Southwest Texas State Stanford Stetson Syracuse Tennessee Tennessee-Chattanooga Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Texas-Arlington Texas-San Antonio Texas State Texas Tech Toledo Troy Tulsa UAB UCLA UC Davis UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UNLV U.S. International Utah Utah State Utah Valley UTEP Virginia Washington Weber State Western Carolina Western Illinois Western Kentucky Wichita State Winthrop Wisconsin Wright State Totals

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W L 7 1 0 2 4 5 3 0 0 1 2 6 2 1 2 0 4 3 2 4 2 0 5 1 1 0 2 0 3 1 3 1 4 0 27 8 0 2 4 15 4 1 11 2 41 16 36 32 1 3 18 11 34 14 1 0 7 0 1 3 3 8 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 5 0 2 1 1 0 949 650

T 1

PCT .875 .000 .444 1.000 .000 .250 .667 1.000 .571 .333 1.000 .833 1.000 1.000 .750 .750 1.000 .771 .000 .211 .800 .846 .719 .592 .250 .621 .708 1.000 1.000 .250 .273 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 .666 1.000 .585

Current Streak UH won 4 SWT won 2 UH won 3 UH won 3 SU won 1 UT won 2 UH won 2 UH won 2 TU won 2 TAMU won1 UH won 2 UTA won 1 UH won 1 UH won 2 UH won 2 UT won 1 UH won 4 UH won 3 UAB won 2 UCLA won 2 UH won 4 UH won 6 UH won 2 UH won 4 US won 1 UH won 7 UH won 19 UH won 1 UH won 7 UV won 2 WU won 4 UH won 2 UH won 1 UH won 1 UH won 1 WSU won 1 UH won 5 UW won 1 UH won 1

Last meeting 2/12/11 5/17/03 2/19/11 3/10/01 2/25/11 2/20/09 3/15/98 3/11/94 3/13/12 3/16/12 2/12/10 2/12/06 2/14/97 2/11/11 5/23/10 2/24/96 3/13/10 4/12/05 2/6/09 6/4/10 2/12/11 2/17/12 3/3/12 2/19/12 3/11/89 4/3/12 5/6/12 4/4/12 4/16/05 2/26/11 3/7/10 3/6/11 2/28/09 3/9/01 2/29/08 2/27/94 3/17/12 3/12/09 3/22/01

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RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL STADIUM

The Rainbow Wahine have played their home contests on campus since the program turned intercollegiate in 1985. The field, formerly known as Wahine Softball Field, was transformed into the current 1,200-seat stadium prior to the 1998 season and has since added a batting house and training/hospitality room to the complex. Now known as Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium, the structure has hosted a variety of softball events, in addition to serving as the University’s home facility. Team USA has stopped by for exhibition contests on a few occasions in preparation for its gold medal run at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Team USA swept a three-game set from the Women’s pros Softball League (WPSL) All-Star Team and took a doubleheader from the Rainbow Wahine. The national team also made a brief training stop in Honolulu in 2007 en route to their World Championships. The RWSS also serves as home to the Hawaii High school Athletic Association’s state softball tournament as well as numerous other community events. Since the RWSS was first constructed, UH has a 293-123 record at home. In 1998, RWSS’s first season of play, UH went 28-2 at home and 46-15 overall. In 1999 the team went 19-3 with a 35-23 overall record. The RWSS has seen three Western Athletic Conference championship teams (2003, ’07, ’10). In 2007, UH fans were treated to one of the best season in school history with the team notching wins over several ranked teams at home, a majority coming during the four non-conference tournaments that Hawai`i hosted. The ‘Bows earned home wins over Top 25 teams Nebraska, Auburn, DePaul, Oregon State, Baylor, California, and Fresno State. The team went on to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals in Knoxville, Tenn. for the first time in school and conference history. In 2008, the ‘Bows went 40-21 at the RWSS and hosted the WAC Tournament for the first time ever. Hawai`i finished with a solid 40-21 season going and making their eighth appearance in the NCAA’s. Then, in 2010, the Rainbow Wahine set the world afire winning both the WAC regular season and tournament titles; the NCAA Regional; NCAA Super Regional; and advancing to its first Women’s College World Series. The ‘Bows went 24-8 at home that season and went on to finish the season at 50-16. Last season, the ‘Bows started on a school-record 21-game win streak and went 26-3 at home en route to its fourth Western Athletic Conference title and 10th appearance in the NCAA tournament.

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HAWAII AT RWSS Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Home Record 28-2 19-3 12-10 20-5 18-13 20-6 19-14 20-13 17-11 28-7 26-10 18-12 24-8 24-9 26-3

Win.% .933 .864 .545 .800 .580 .769 .576 .606 .607 .800 .722 .600 .750 .727 .897

TOTAL

319-126

.717

Overall Record Year W-L 1998 46-15 1999 35-23 2000 25-24 2001 46-18 2002 35-25 2003 40-20 2004 28-33 2005 31-21 2006 32-22 2007 50-13 2008 40-21 2009 30-24 2010 50-16 2011 37-18 2012 44-9 TOTAL 569-302

Win % .754 .603 .510 .718 .583 .667 .459 .600 .596 .794 .656 .556 .758 .623 .830 .653.

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HAWAI‘I —THE 50TH STATE

“THE ALOHA STATE� QUICK FACTS State Gem

Black Coral

State Flower

Yellow hibiscus

State Tree

Kukui (Candlenut)

State Bird

Nene (Hawaiian goose)

State Marine Mammal

Humpback whale

State Fish

Humuhumunukunukuapua‘a

Date of Statehood

Aug. 21, 1959

Highest peak

13,796 feet (Mauna Kea)

Population

1,374,810 (50% male, 50% female)

All-time high temp.

100o F (Pahala, Hawai‘i, April 27, 1931)

All-time low temp.

1.4o F (Mauna Kea summit, Jan. 20, 1970)

Average daily temp. at sea level

85o F (summer) 78o F (winter)

State Anthem

“Hawai‘i Pono‘i� written by King David Kalakaua and Henri Berger in 1874

State Motto

Ua mau ke ea o ka ‘aina i ka pono “The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness�

Rainfall

Low: 11.17 inches (Puako on the Big Island) High: 473.83 inches (Mt. Wai‘ale‘ale on Kaua‘i, the “world’s wettest spot�)

HAWAI‘I FACTS AND TRIVIA  The state of Hawai‘i consists of eight main islands: Ni‘ihau, Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, Maui, Moloka‘i, Lana‘i, Kaho‘olawe, and the Big Island of Hawai‘i.  Hawai‘i is the most isolated population center on the face of the earth. Hawai‘i is 2,390 miles from California; 3,850 miles from Japan; 4,900 miles from China; and 5,280 from the Philippines.  Hawai‘i is the only state in America that grows coee.

THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Ni‘ihau

O‘ahu Kaua‘i Honolulu

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Moloka‘i Maui

Population: 1.37 million Area: 6,421 square miles

Lana‘i Kaho‘olawe

Hawai‘i

Ni‘ihau “The Forbidden Island� Population: 170 Area: 72 square miles

Lana‘i “The Pineapple Island� Population: 3,135 Area: 140 square miles

Kaua‘i “The Garden Island� Population: 67,091 Area: 552 square miles

Maui “The Valley Island� Population: 144,444 Area: 727 square miles

Moloka‘i “The Friendly Island� Population: 7,345 Area: 260 square miles

Kaho‘olawe “The Sacred Island� Population: Uninhabited Area: 45 square miles

O‘ahu “The Gathering Place� Population: 963,607 Area: 597 square miles

Hawai‘i “The Orchid Island� Population: 185,079 Area: 4,028 square miles

 From east to west, Hawai‘i is the widest state in the United States.  The Hawaiian Archipelago consists of over 130 scattered points of land stretching some 1,600 miles in length from the Kure Atoll in the north to the island of Hawai‘i in the south.  More than one-third of the world’s commercial supply of pineapples comes from Hawai‘i. 2013 RAINBOW WAHINE SOFTBALL

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT MĀNOA

A DISTINGUISHED HISTORY The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is the flagship campus of the UH system, which is comprised of three universities and seven community colleges. UH Mānoa enjoys recognized national and international standing—one of only 13 entities holding the distinction of being a landgrant, sea-grant and space-grant research institution. Its Honolulu-based campus and facilities span the mountains to the sea, while world-class astronomy facilities in Hawai‘i County are on the same island as a fiery, still-erupting volcano. UH Mānoa’s schools and programs are considered leaders in the perpetuation of the Hawaiian language and pursuit of Hawaiian studies. They range from the Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, one of the largest schools of indigenous knowledge in the nation, to the medical school’s Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence, to the law school’s Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law.

UH Mānoa, founded in 1907, is the oldest, largest and most well-known campus in the University system. With the support of the Morrill Act, the school began as a land-grant college of agriculture and mechanic arts. In 1920, the campus added the College of Arts and Sciences to become the University of Hawai‘i. Later, to distinguish itself from other schools in the growing statewide UH system, the campus changed its name to the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE There are more than 20,000 students enrolled in various degree-granting programs at UH Mānoa. The University has been recognized as the premier institution to study the fields of oceanography, astronomy, Asian and Pacific Island studies, linguistics, cancer research and genetics, among others. In addition, UH Mānoa offers instruction in more languages than any American institution outside of the U.S. State Department. Its newest addition is an award-winning film school, the Academy of Creative Media, whose students’ works are being shown at film festivals around the world.

A LEADER IN RESEARCH Classified by the Carnegie Foundation as having “very high research activity,” UH Mānoa is ranked among the top 30 public universities in federal research funding for engineering and science, and 49th overall by the National Science Foundation (NSF). In 2008 alone, the campus received more than $273.8 million in research awards. April 2009 saw the groundbreaking of a Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, one of 17 NSF Centers of Science and Technology in the U.S. The merger of the new land-based laboratory with world-class sea-going support vessels will help position UH Mānoa on the world map as a leader in oceanography research. University scientists have been credited with breakthrough research, including the first successful cloning of multiple generations of a mammal, first successful cloning of a male mammal, and first use of freeze-dried sperm to fertilize an egg. The Institute for Astronomy is internationally known for its astronomy education, research, and the development and management of observatories on the summits of Haleakala and Mauna Kea.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES UH Mānoa continues to be widely recognized for its excellence in education. Graduate programs at the Shidler College of Business, College of Education, and in Library and Information Sciences, were recognized among the best in the country, according to U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools 2010.” The William S. Richardson School of Law and John A. Burns School of Medicine 67

are among the nation’s leaders in diversity among faculty and students—mirroring that of Hawai‘i’s population and allowing for a more enriched learning environment. Meanwhile, UH Mānoa faculty members continue to receive national and international recognition—ranging from Raymond Yeh, a professor and former dean of the School of Architecture, being named one of the nation’s Most Admired Educators of 2009 by DesignIntelligence, to The Rev. Masatoshi Shamoto, a longtime music lecturer, being conferred the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays by the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, and having an audience with the Emperor of Japan in May 2009.

A MAJESTIC LOCATION The campus is centrally located in Mānoa Valley, a tranquil residential neighborhood that is part of metropolitan Honolulu. Students are just a few minutes away from famed Waikīkī Beach, as well as all of the cultural, commercial and recreational activities in a cosmopolitan city. UH Mānoa also has a trio of unique off-campus facilities: Lyon Arboretum and Botanical Garden, the only university botanical garden located in a tropical rainforest in the United States; Waikīkī Aquarium, the third oldest aquarium in the country that has been designated a Coastal Ecosystem Learning Center for the Pacific Island Region of the Coastal America Partnership; and the Hawai‘i Institute for Marine Biology on Coconut Island, which is surrounded by 64 acres of coral reef, and designated by the state as the Hawai‘i Marine Laboratory Refuge.

VIBRANT STUDENT LIFE Outside of class, students may choose to join any of the school’s 230 Registered Independent Organizations (RIOs) and can tap into a variety of oncampus services—from the Student Development Center to University Health Services. Many choose to live in eight residential complexes that house more than 3,000 students, giving them an opportunity to meet and socialize with fellow classmates, while being close to classrooms, campus jobs and numerous on-campus events. Hawai‘i’s exceptional climate makes it possible to enjoy outdoor activities all year round. Restaurants and cafés showcase cuisines from around the world, while various city events offer cultural diversions that complement academic pursuits. Intellectual rigor is balanced by a wide range of leisure activities that include campus concerts, cookouts, theatrical performances, recitals, ethnic performances, art exhibits, debates, fairs and celebrations. It’s no wonder students from across the nation and the world come to UH Mānoa—for its unique research opportunities, diverse community, nationally ranked Division I athletics program, and beautiful natural setting.

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT MĀNOA UH RANKINGS U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools 2011 ranks the

John A. Burns School of Medicine’s geriatric Medicine Program 18th in the nation while ranking its Rural Medicine Program 22nd in the nation. According to the 2011 U.S. News & World Report law school rankings,

the William S. Richardson School of Law ranks 2nd-best in student/ teacher ratio and is the smallest law school among the top 100 law schools. It also ranked as the 23rd most selective school in terms of the ratio of admission offers/applications and in the top 50 for first-time bar passage rate. The Shidler College of Business undergraduate program ranks 19th in International Business in U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Colleges 2009

FAST FACTS Island .............................................O‘ahu Location ....................................Honolulu Established .....................................1907 ENROLLMENT Total Enrollment .........................20,429 Undergraduate ........................... 14,402 Graduate ..................................... 6,027 Student:Faculty Ratio ....................... 16:1

U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools 2010 ranks the Shidler College of Business graduate program in international business 21st in the nation. The Library and Information Science program’s school library media specialization ranks among the top 10 in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools 2012. The Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work ranks 60th among the nation’s 191 graduate social work programs in U.S. News & World Report: America’s Best Graduate Schools 2009. The National Science Foundation ranks UH Mānoa in the top 30

public universities for federal research funding in engineering and science.

PROGRAMS OFFERED ACADEMICS AT A GLANCE Total...................................................293 Bachelor’s ...........................................93 Master’s ..............................................84 Doctoral .............................................. 51 1st Professional ................................... 5 Post Baccalaureate .............................. 3 Undergrad. Certificate .......................28 Graduate Certificate ......................... 29

AREAS OF EXCELLENCE Nationally Competitive Top-25 programs include environmental law, eastern philosophy, international business, second-language studies and athletics. Research UH Mānoa ranks among the major research universities in the U.S. Location Beautiful Mānoa Valley is a rainbow-filled neighborhood just minutes from Waikīkī and other O‘ahu attractions. Opportunity UH Mānoa leads the nation in minority students earning graduate degrees. Values Shared values of the UH system include aloha, collaboration, respect, intellectual rigor, integrity, service, access, affordability, diversity, fairness, leveraged technology, innovation, accountability and sustainability. International Advantage Hawai‘i’s position between east and west, in the middle of the Pacific, creates opportunities for international leadership and influence. Asia/ Pacific expertise permeates campus activities.

NOTABLE UH ALUMNI INCLUDE: Neil Abercrombie, MA ’64, PhD ’74, Governor of Hawai‘i Robyn Ah Mow-Santos, ’96, USA Volleyball Team member and former Olympian Daniel Akaka, BEd ’52, MEd ’66, U.S. Senator Angela Perez Baraquio, BEd ’99, MEd ’04, Miss America 2001 Tammy Duckworth, BA ’90, former Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs Colleen Hanabusa, BA ’73, MA ’75, JD ’77, U.S. Congresswoman Mazie Hirono, BA ’70, U.S. Congresswoman Daniel Inouye, BA ’50, U.S. Senator Edward Tsang Lu, postdoctoral fellow, former NASA Astronaut Sabrina McKenna, BA ’78, JD ’82, Hawai‘i Supreme Court Associate Justice Patsy Mink, BA ’48, former U.S. Congresswoman Kenneth P. Moritsugu, BA ’67, former Surgeon General Ken Niumatalolo, BA ’90, U.S. Naval Academy head football coach Richard D. Parsons, BA ’68, Chairman of Citigroup Cheryl Castro Petti, BA ’94, CNNRadio network anchor Jay Shidler, BBA ’68, entrepreneur and benefactor of the Shidler College of Business Charles Nainoa Thompson, BA ’86, navigator and former trustee of Kamehameha Schools 2013 201 2 3RAINBOW R AINBOW O OWAHINE WAHIN H SOFTBALL E SOFT OFTBAL BALL BAL L

Accounting Aging Agribusiness Management American Studies Animal Sciences Anthropology Apparel Product Design & Merchandising Architecture Art Art History Asian Studies Astronomy Biological Engineering Biology Biomedical Sciences Botany Business Administration Cell and Molecular Biology Chemistry Chinese Chinese Studies Civil Engineering Classics Clinical Psychology Communication Communication & Information Sciences Communication Sciences and Disorders Communicology Computer Engineering Computer Science Conflict Resolution Creative Media Dance Dance Theater Dental Hygiene Developmental & Reproductive Biology Disability & Diversity Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Management East Asian Languages & Literature -Chinese -Japanese -Korean Economics Education -Counseling & Guidance -Curriculum Studies -Early Childhood Education -Educational Administration -Educational Foundations -Educational Psychology -Educational Technology -Kinesiology & Rehabilitation Science -Special Education

Electrical Engineering Elementary Education English Entomology Entrepreneurship Environmental Studies Epidemiology Ethnic Studies Ethnobotany Family Resources Finance Financial Engineering Food Science Food Science & Human Nutrition French General Business Geography Geology Geology & Geophysics German Gerontology Global Environmental Science Global Health and Population Studies Hawaiian Hawaiian Studies Historic Preservation History Human Resources Management Indo-Pacific Languages Information & Computer Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies International Business International Cultural Studies International Management Islamic Studies Japanese Japanese Studies Journalism Korean Korean Studies Latin America & Iberian Studies Law Law and Society Library & Information Science Linguistics Management Management Information Systems Marine Biology Marine Option Marketing Mathematical Biology Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Medical Technology Medicine Meteorology

Microbiology Molecular and Cell Biology Molecular Biosciences & Bioengineering Museum Studies Music Natural Resources & Environmental Management Nursing Nursing Practice Nutrition Nutritional Sciences Ocean & Resources Engineering Ocean Policy Oceanography Pacific Islands Studies Peace Studies Philippine Language & Literature Philippine Studies Philosophy Physics Pidgin and Creole Studies Planning Plant & Environmental Biotechnology Plant & Environmental Protection Sciences Political Science Professional Educational Practice Psychology Public Administration Public Health Public Policy Religion Resource Management Russian Russian Area Studies Second Language Studies Secondary Education Social Science and Health Social Work -Social Welfare Sociology Sophomore Honors South Asian Studies Southeast Asian Studies Spanish Sustainable Tourism Telecommunications & Information Resource Management Theatre Travel Industry Management Tropical Plant & Soil Sciences Tropical Plant Pathology Urban & Regional Planning Women’s Studies Zoology

* Available through Interdisciplinary Studies ** Students can receive a BA in interdisciplinary studies, a wide variety of individualized BA programs including but not restricted to: astronomy, aquaculture, biography, creative media, cognitive science, conflict resolution, criminology, English as a second language, developmental disabilities, environmental studies, future studies, human relations in organizations, international studies, linguistics, Pacific Islands studies, peace studies, pre-law, pre-medicine, pre-physical therapy, and women’s studies.

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT MĀNOA THE RAINBOW Before 1923, UH teams were nicknamed the “Deans.” Then in the final game of the 1923 season, UH head coach Otto Klum’s squad upset Oregon State, 7-0, at Mo‘ili‘ili Field. During the game, a rainbow appeared over the field. Reporters started calling UH teams “the Rainbows,” and the tradition began that Hawai‘i would not lose a game if a rainbow appeared. Rainbows, however, had magical powers long before football came to the islands. Hawaiian chiefs considered them sacred and used them as signs of a chief ’s presence. A rainbow hovering over a newborn child indicated that he was of a god-like rank. The rainbow was part of the official logo at the UH Athletics Department from 1982-2000.

THE WARRIOR The Warrior holds an honored place in Hawaiian history, for it was the warrior who united the Hawaiian Islands under Kamehameha the Great. The Hawaiians expected the warrior to display great strength, skill and a fighting spirit. Although it wasn’t until 1974 that the UH football team adopted the nickname “Rainbow Warriors,” the use of the name goes back a number of years. One reason for using the nickname is the tremendous amount of support of the UH scholarship fundraising organization, ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue—the Order of the Rainbow Warrior. Since its inception in 1966, this organization has provided a tremendous amount of support to Hawai‘i’s student-athletes.

THE RAINBOW WĀHINE In 1972, Dr. Donnis Thompson, a professor in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department, with the assistance of the men’s Athletics Department, created the first women’s athletics program. The men’s program was known as the “Rainbows” and so Dr. Thompson called the women’s athletics program the “Rainbow Wāhine.” The Hawaiian word “wahine” is translated in English as woman, and the pluralized word “wāhine” (with the macron over the “a”), means women, hence the name Rainbow Wāhine. She also created a new logo based on the Rainbow in a rounded version and added the name “wāhine.” Dr. Thompson became the first women’s athletics director and served until 1981.

THE SEAL The original University of Hawai‘i seal, adopted in 1921 by the Board of Regents and amended in 1946, contains a torch and book titled “Malamalama” (“the light of knowledge”) surrounded by the state motto, “Ua mau ke ea o ka ‘aina i ka pono” (“the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness”). In 2006, the seal was updated to modernize it in a manner that reflects its history, spirit and global perspective while providing a readable version for modern print, electronic and product applications. The motto, inscribed in both the Hawaiian and English languages on Founders’ Gate at the entrance to the Mānoa Campus on University Avenue, is “Maluna a‘e o na lahui o pau ke ola ke kanaka” (“above all nations is humanity”). 69

THE COLORS Green and white became the official UH colors when a group of faculty wives were deciding on decoration and color schemes for the school’s social calendar. At the time, materials took weeks to be shipped to the islands, making materials of many colors scarce. The wives reasoned that basic white would always be available and green decorations could constantly be provided by Hawai‘i’s lush growth of tropical plants. As it turns out, green is the color of Lono, the ancient Hawaiian god of agriculture. In addition, the use of green represents not only the richness of Mānoa, but also spiritual prosperity and success. The UH Mānoa campus itself is located in the heart of the rich and fertile Mānoa Valley. Green is also the color of the ti leaf, a symbol of good omen and an emblem of divine power. White, meanwhile, was associated with Hawaiian royalty and is symbolized with the best and the finest. With the creation of the new athletics logo in 2000, the Athletics Department incorporated black and silver into its color scheme. For many cultures in Hawai‘i, black is a color that is respected. For Hawaiians, it takes them back to the “kumulipo,” the chant of creation, referring to the symbolism “from out of the darkness.” The hidden meaning states that there is a new birth, or one cleanses to start anew. Silver comes from the shimmering reflection of rainfall as it creates a blanket of mist over Mānoa and a symbol of hope and victory. It ultimately forms a bow or arc of prismatic color, the rainbow that is frequently seen over the valley.

THE “NEW” LOGO The UH Athletics Department unveiled a new logo in 2000. The theme of the new logo and identity is “pupukahi i holomua,” translated into English as “unite and move forward as one.” Although the “H” outwardly represents Hawai‘i, it also carries the significance of the Hawaiian expression and meaning of “ha.” In Hawaiian culture, “ha” means “breath”—the spirit of life passed on from one person to another, generation to generation, with its lessons and success. Although the patterns on the logo are inspired by the renaissance of the use of Hawaiian kapa designs, they are decorative. They represent the characteristics of the different people who have come together to obtain knowledge, success and efficient skills. The triangles are universally symbolic. The three points represent the balance of the individual: the body, mind and spirit. Ancient Hawaiians believed that each entity with these values could not stand strong without the other two. This is the significance to the specific three triangles within the “H.” FIGHT SONG: “Co-ed” Here’s to our dear Hawai‘i Here’s to our Green and White Here’s to our Alma Mater Here’s to the team with fight Rah! Rah! Rah!

Here’s to old warriors calling Here’s to old battles won Here’s to Hawai‘i’s victory Here’s to each valiant one.

ALMA MATER In green Manoa Valley our Alma Mater stands Where mountain winds and showers refresh her fertile lands; The flag of freedom beckons above her shining walls, To larger truth and service our Alma Mater calls. Hawai‘i, we have gathered within thy wide-flung doors, As sons and daughters claiming her freely offered stores; Our loyal praise we tender, and pledge to hold thy aim, Till ocean’s far horizons shall hear thy honored name.

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I: President and Mānoa Chancellor An internationally known researcher and nationally recognized leader in higher education, M.R.C. Greenwood became the 14th president of the University of Hawai‘i in August 2009. She unites strong belief in M.R.C. GREENWOOD the exceptional caliber of PRESIDENT the UH System with deterUniversity of Hawai‘i System mination to develop the university’s voice as a national leader in higher education. The first woman to serve as UH’s chief executive officer, Greenwood brings experience as both a campus and university system leader. As provost and senior vice president of academic affairs for the University of California system, the system’s second highest position, she led task forces on long-range planning and graduate and professional education, supported a new science and math initiative and worked to rebalance the university’s academic portfolio and make admissions procedures more transparent. As chancellor of UC Santa Cruz from 1996 to 2004, she led the campus through a period of great growth, opening the UC system’s first new residential college in 30 years, expanding academic programs by 52 percent, hiring 250 new faculty members, more than doubling extramural research support, and constructing nearly a million assignable square feet in academic buildings. Major accomplishments included launching the campus’ first professional school; securing National Science Foundation and private support for the Center for Adaptive Optics; establishing a UC Silicon Valley Center; and developing the nation’s first NASA University-Affiliated Research Center.

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A national leader on science and technology policy and an expert on higher education policy issues, Greenwood served as associate director and consultant to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and chaired the National Academies Policy and Global Affairs Division. As a member of state and national committees and councils, she has tackled issues from writing in America’s schools and biomedical careers for women to national security and ethics of the information society. She is past president and fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, fellow of the American Academies of Arts and Sciences, member of the Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Sciences and former member of the National Science Board. An expert on obesity and diabetes, Greenwood most recently served as vice-chair of the Institute of Medicine’s Committee on Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention. She has also served as director of the Foods for Health Initiative, chair of the Graduate Group in Nutritional Biology and distinguished professor of nutrition and internal medicine at UC Davis. She has published extensively, received numerous scientific awards and been president of the Obesity Society and the American Society of Clinical Nutrition, chair of the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine and fellow of the American Society for Nutrition. Greenwood graduated summa cum laude from Vassar College and received her PhD from The Rockefeller University. A self-described voracious and eclectic reader, she also enjoys volunteer work, hiking, sailing and being a “soccer grandma.”

Tom Apple is the Chancellor of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. As the Chief Executive Officer of the campus, he is responsible for administration and management, including providing leadership for academic units TOM APPLE and facilitating success of CHANCELLOR the academic enterprise. University of Hawai‘i—Mānoa Dr. Apple received his Doctorate in Physical Chemistry from the University of Delaware and his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Pennsylvania State University. His post-doctoral work was conducted at Iowa State University’s Ames Laboratory. Funded by grants from the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Health and other private sources, Dr. Apple’s research focuses on magnetic resonance of zeolite and polymers. He authored numerous articles and has served on review panels for the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy and various academic institutions. Before assuming the Chancellor’s post at UH Mānoa, Dr. Apple served as Provost of the University of Delaware and was also the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at that campus. Previously, he held key positions at Rensselaer Polytechnic University in New York, including Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Education.

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT MĀNOA ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY MAILING ADDRESS University of Hawai‘i Athletics Department 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822-9937 All extensions begin with (808) 956-_ _ _ _ Athletics Director (FAX - x4637) x7301 Ben Jay, A.D. Associate A.D./Administrative Services x6523 Carl Clapp, Associate A.D. Associate A.D./External Affairs x9630 John McNamara, Associate A.D. Associate A.D./SWA x4498 Marilyn Moniz-Kaho‘ohanohano, Associate A.D. Business Office x6505 Tiffany Kuraoka, Assistant A.D. Compliance (FAX - x5042) x4508 Amanda Paterson, Director Facilities (FAX - x9477) x7419 Teri Chang, Assistant A.D. Corporate Sales/Sports Marketing x9630 Sports Media Relations (FAX - x4470) x7523 Derek Inouchi, Media Relations Director Student Affairs (FAX - x5042) x6580 Stacey Price, Director of Student Affairs Ticket Office (FAX - x3403) x4482 Walter Watanabe, Ticket Manager Academic Services x4077 Jennifer Matsuda, Department Chair ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue (FAX - x4598) x6500 Vince Baldemor, President Stan Sheriff Center (FAX - x8906) x6955 Rich Sheriff, Manager Les Murakami Stadium x7404 Glenn Nakaya, Manager Duke Kahanamoku Pool x6889 Daniel Arakaki, Aquatics Coordinator Alexander Waterhouse Training Facility x7882 Tommy Heffernan, Strength Coach Makai Athletic Training Room x7144 Eric Okasaki, Head Trainer Equipment Room x4539 Al Ginoza, Equipment Manager Computer Services x4529 Chris Kumagai, Computer Specialist

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MARILYN MONIZKAHO‘OHANOHANO Associate A.D. Senior Woman Administrator

JOHN McNAMARA

TERI CHANG

Associate A.D. External Affairs

Assistant A.D. Facilities & Events Management

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I HEAD COACHES

GIB ARNOLD

MIKE BAKER

LAURA BEEMAN

LORI CASTILLO

NORM CHOW

MAUREEN COLE

BOB COOLEN

JUN HERNANDEZ

CARMYN JAMES

ANDY JOHNSON

MICHELE NAGAMINE

JOHN NELSON

DAVE SHOJI

MIKE TRAPASSO

VICTOR WALES

SCOTT WONG

Men’s Basketball 3rd Year

Women’s Water Polo 2nd Year

RONN MIYASHIRO

ATHLETIC PROGRAMS Baseball (Cyndi Johnson, Director of Operations) Men’s Basketball (Bobbie Omoto, Secretary) Women’s Basketball (Lindsey Baker, Dir. of Ops) Cheerleading Football (Lacey Lavarias, Executive Assistant) Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Sailing Sand Volleyball Women’s Soccer Softball Swimming & Diving Men’s Tennis Women’s Tennis Track & Field Men’s Volleyball Women’s Volleyball Women’s Water Polo

BEN JAY Athletics Director

Men’s Golf 14th Year

CHARLIE WADE Men’s Volleyball 4th Year

Cheerleading 10th Year

Softball 22nd Year

Women’s Soccer 2nd Year

Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving 8th Year

Women’s Basketball 1st Year

Women’s Tennis 7th Year

Men’s Tennis 10th Year

Women’s Golf 5th Year

Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field 12th Year

Women’s Volleyball 38th Year

Football 1st Year

Sailing 23rd Year

Baseball 11th Year

Sand Volleyball 2nd Year

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT MĀNOA: Sports Circle of Honor The University of Hawai‘i Sports Circle of Honor is now in its 30th year. What originally began as the UH Sports Hall of Honor in 1982 has found a new home and a new name on the inner concourse of the University’s 10,300-seat Stan Sheriff Center, overlooking the court. Over the years, a total of 96 members and 10 teams have been inducted into the Circle of Honor, including many former football players and three football teams: the 1924 and ’25 squads which outscored opponents, 606-29, and the 1955 team which recorded one of the biggest upsets in UH football history. The head coach of the “Wonder Teams,” the late Otto “Proc” Klum, was also inducted in 1982. The latest induction class of 2011 included soccer standout Natasha Kai, the late Congresswoman Patsy Takemoto Mink who championed the Title IX Amendment of the Higher Education Act; and softball ace Brooke Wilkins. Robyn Ah Mow: Women’s Volleyball (1993-96); Inducted 2005 Terry Albritton: Men’s Track and Field, Strength Coach 1979-85; Inducted 2009 Gary Allen: Football (1978-81); Inducted 1998 Dr. Charles Araki: Football (1952-55); Inducted 1990 Jimmy Asato: Football, Baseball, Football & Baseball (1962-64); Inducted 1989 Charlie Bessette: Football, Basketball, Baseball; Inducted 2007 Don “Spud” Botelho: Football (1954-57); Inducted 2000 Heather Bown: Women’s Volleyball (1998-99); Inducted 2008 Gov. John A. Burns: Founder of ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue; Inducted 1982 Anthony “AC” Carter: Men’s Basketball (1996-97); Inducted 2010 Jeanne Childs: Swimming (1981-83); Inducted 2002 Deitre Collins: Volleyball & Basketball (1980-84); Inducted 1989 Paul Durham: UH Athletics Director (1968-75); Inducted 1996 Jason Elam: Football (1989-92); Inducted 2002 Leah Bennett Ferris: Track & Field; Inducted 1983 Richard Furtado: Football, Track & Field (1935); Inducted 2010 Fred Furukawa: Basketball (1952-54); Inducted 1999 Blane Gaison: Football (1976-80); Inducted 1999 May Kealohikikaupea Gay: Three-sport athlete, first female P.E. instructor at UH in the 1920’s; Inducted 1982 Eugene “Luke” Gill: Men’s Basketball Coach (1930-41), Inducted 1987 Vince Goo: Women’s Basketball Head Coach (1987-2004); Inducted 2009 Dr. Herbert Hata: UH’s first volunteer team physician (1970s-86); Inducted 1987 Charles Hemenway: Inducted 1987 Tom Henderson: Basketball (1972-74); Inducted 1995 Jyun “Curly” Hirota: Football, Baseball (1940’s); Baseball Head Coach (1963, ‘65); Inducted 2009 Ivanelle Hoe: Swimming; Inducted 1994 Dave Holmes: Football Coach (1968-73); Inducted 1989 John “Jack” Johnson: Football, swimming, water polo, soccer (1932-34); Inducted 2008 Joyce Kapua‘ala Ka‘apuni: Volleyball (1973, ‘76, ‘82-83); Inducted 2000 Harry “Clown” Kahuanui: Football, Basketball, Boxing (1946-49); Inducted 1984 Natasha Kai: Soccer (2002-05); Inducted 2011 Yuval Katz: Men’s Volleyball (1995-96); Inducted 2010 Bobby Kau: Basketball; Inducted 1988 Solomon “Sol” Kaulukukui: Football & Baseball; Inducted 2004 Thomas Kaulukukui: Football, Basketball, Baseball; Inducted 1982 Les Keiter: Sports Broadcaster; Inducted 1999 Otto “Proc” Klum: Football Head Coach (1921-39); Inducted 1982 Harold Kometani: Football & Basketball (1938-41), Head Football Head Coach H 1943-45, ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue Charter member; Inducted 1986 Dr. Roy Kuboyama: Boxing; Inducted 1994 Chuck Leahey: “Voice of the Rainbows,” Inducted 1985 Chuc Willie Lee: Basketball (1951-54); Inducted 1999 Angelica Ljungquist: Women’s Volleyball (1993-96); Inducted 2005 Loud: Track & Field (1982-84); Inducted 1999 Gwen Lo Dr. Richard Mamiya: Football; Inducted 1982 Mclachlin: Volleyball (1974-75); Inducted 1986 Beth Mclach Congresswoman who championed the Title IX amendment; Patsy Mink: C Inducted 2011 2 Herbert Boxing Coach (1949-58); Inducted 1998 H He erbert Minn: B Anthony Morse: Football, Basketball, Track; Inducted 1987 A An nthony “Tony” M Judy (1987-90); Inducted 1997 Ju udy dy Mosley: Basketball Basket Murakami: Baseball Head Coach (1971-2000); Inducted 2001 Les Mu Le Les ura ra rakami: Baseb Toshio “Bob” Nagatani: T To sh hio io ““Bo B b” Bo b N agatan Chief Statistician; Inducted 2006 Ray Athletics Director (1976-83); Inducted 2008 R Ra ay Nagel: Nag l:: A Na Nage t lleetics th e Di 2013 2 201 20 0 3 RAINBOW BO O W WAHINE SOFTBALL

Seiji Naya: Boxing; Inducted 1984 Theodore “Ted” Nobriga: Baseball (Three-sport athlete); Inducted 1984 Moses Ome: Track & Field, Track Head Coach (1947-72); Inducted 1984 Joe Onosai: Football (1983-86), Inducted 2006 Maynard “Buster” Piltz: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball; Inducted 1995 Larry Price: Football (1961-64), Head Football Coach 1974-76; Inducted 1994 Dr. Allen Richardson: Volunteer Team Physician for Women’s Volleyball Team 1979-2004; Inducted 2003 Red Rocha: Head Coach Men’s Basketball (1963-73); Inducted 1986 Dr. Alvin Saake: Head Coach Men’s Basketball (1957-63); Inducted 1991 Dr. Shunzo Sakamaki: Professor/Supporter; Inducted 1998 Soichi Sakamoto: Head Coach Swimming; Inducted 1982 Jesse Sapolu: Football (1979-82); Inducted 2000 Jim Schwitters: Men’s & Women’s Tennis Head Coach (1966-2003); Inducted 2009 Theodore “Pump” Searle: Football (1924-25); Inducted 1982 Stan Sheriff: Athletics Director (1983-93); Inducted 1993 Larry Sherrer: Football, Track & Field (1969-71); Inducted 2005 Noelle Smith: Football; Inducted 1992 Clay Stanley: Men’s Volleyball (1997, 99); Inducted 2008 Levi Stanley: Football (1969-71); Inducted 1995 Toku Tanaka: Baseball, Head Coach Baseball; Inducted 2005 Larry Tanimoto: Golf, UH Board of Regents, Na Koa; Inducted 2003 Ma‘a Tanuvasa: Football (1990-92); Inducted 2007 Derek Tatsuno: Baseball (1977-79); Inducted 1985 Dr. Donnis Thompson: Women’s Athletics Director (1972-81); Inducted1988 Dick Tomey: Football Head Coach (1977-86); Inducted 2005 Charles Ushijima: Baseball Booster; Inducted 1992 George Uyeda: Track & Field; Inducted 2002 Hank Vasconcellos: Football Head Coach, Athletics Director 1952-60; Inducted 1985 Bob Wagner: Football Head Coach (1987-95); Inducted 2007 Alexander C. Waterhouse: Founder, Chairman, Na Koa & ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue; Inducted 1997 Jeris White: Football (1970-73); Inducted 1994 Brooke Wilkins: Softball (1994-95); Inducted 2011 Teee Williams: Volleyball (1987-89); Inducted 1998 William “Doggie” Wise: Football; 1983 Art Woolaway: ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue; Inducted 1988 Mackay Yanagisawa: Founder Hula Bowl, ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue Charter Member; Inducted 1987 1979 Rainbow Wahine Volleyball Team: AIAW National Champions (Inducted: 1990) 1982 & ‘83 Rainbow Wahine Volleyball Teams Back-to-Back NCAA Champions (Inducted: 1997) 1987 Rainbow Wahine Volleyball Team NCAA Championship Team (Inducted: 2004) 1971 & ‘72 “Fab Five” Basketball Teams Inducted: 1982 1980 Rainbow Baseball Team WAC Champions, College World Series Runner-up (Inducted: 1996) 1924 & ‘25 Football “Wonder Teams” Inducted: 1982 1955 Football Team Inducted: 2006 72


UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I: Facilities 1. Aloha Stadium Home of the Warrior football team since 1975. The 50,000-seat stadium has also served as home to NFL’s Pro Bowl and the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl. In n 2011, the stadium installed a new “Removable Ac-tive Panel” artificial turf system developed by UBU U Sports and was named the Hawaiian Airlines Field. d.

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2. Athletics Complex Houses athletic administration, staff and coaches’ offices. Also features two practice gyms, academic center, locker, equipment and training rooms. 3. Clarence T. C. Ching Athletics Complex The Clarence T. C. Ching Field, the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa’s only on-campus, all-purpose track and field, football, soccer and recreational facility, will be transformed into the Clarence T. C. Ching Athletics Complex to more fully realize its potential as a center of intercollegiate, student and d community events. The complex is slated to start construction in 2012.

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4. Les Murakami Stadium Home to the baseball team and renamed in 2002 after the former coach who guided the Rainbows for 31 years. The LMS seats 4,312. 5. Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex The home of the men’s and women’s swimming and nd diving teams and women’s water polo team had itss locker rooms and showers renovated with a new conference room in 2011. Named after the great Hawaiian Olympic swimmer and surfer, the DKAC AC seats 2,000.

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6. Alexander Waterhouse Training Facility The 10,000-square-foot facility features state-of-theheart training equipment. 7. Practice Fields Two grass practice fields for the football and women’s soccer teams. 8.Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium Home to the women’s soccer team since 2000. Located off the shores of Pearl Harbor, the WPSS seats 4,500. 9. Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium Home to the softball team. Renovated to seat 1,200 0 in 1998, and in 2008, a clubhouse and athletic trainining room was added behind the first-base dugout.

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10. UH Tennis Complex Home to the men’s and women’s tennis teams. Unnderwent major renovation in 2004. Seats approximately 1,000. 11. Stan Sheriff Center Home to the men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams since 1994. The facility seats 10,300 300 and has hosted the 1998 and 2004 NCAA men’s volleyball championships and the 1999 NCAA women’s volleyball championship. A $2 million Daktronics scoreboard system, along with a digitall 12 sideline board, was unveiled at the women’s volley-ball season-opener in August 2011.

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2013 SCHEDULE

OCEANIC TIME WARNER CABLE PARADISE CLASSIC FEB. 7 MISSISSIPPI 6:00 P.M. UAB 8:00 P.M. FEB. 8 ST. MARY’S 6:00 P.M. WASHINGTON 8:00 P.M. FEB. 9 #4 Seed vs. #5 Seed 11:00 a.m. #1 Seed vs. Winner Game #1 1:00 p.m. #2 Seed vs #3 Seed 3:00 p.m. Championship Game 5:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE SLUGGER DESERT CLASSIC (LAS VEGAS, NV) Feb. 14 BYU (at Eller Media Stadium) 4:30 p.m. Feb. 15 San Jose State (at SLC2) 1:30 p.m. UCLA (at Eller Media Stadium) 6:00 p.m. Feb. 16 Oregon (at SLC1) 1:30 p.m. Feb. 17 Utah Valley (at SLC1) 11:15 p.m. Nevada (at SLC1) 1:30 p.m. FEB. 27 MEMPHIS 6:00 P.M. BANK OF HAWAI‘I INVITATIONAL MAR. 1 WESTERN KENTUCKY 6:00 P.M. MAR. 2 CAMPBELL 3:00 P.M. MEMPHIS 5:00 P.M. MAR. 3 #2 Seed vs. #3 Seed 10:00 a.m. #1 Seed vs. #4 Seed 12:00 p.m. Loser Game #1 vs. Loser Game #2 2:00 p.m. Championship Game 4:00 p.m.

PEPSI MALIHINI KIPA ALOHA TOURNAMENT MAR. 7 TOKYO WOMEN’S COL. OF P.E. (DH) MAR. 8 PORTLAND STATE MAR. 9 PORTLAND STATE EAST CAROLINA MAR. 10 EAST CAROLINA PORTLAND STATE MAR. 11 SYRACUSE MAR. 12 EAST CAROLINA CHEVRON SPRING FLING TOURNAMENT MAR. 13 UTAH MAR. 14 CALIFORNIA MAR. 15 SYRACUSE BAYLOR MAR. 16 #4 Seed vs. #5 Seed #1 Seed vs. Winner Game #1 #2 Seed vs. #3 Seed Championship Game Mar. 23 at CSU Northridge (DH)* Mar. 24 at CSU Northridge* MAR. 29 UC DAVIS* MAR. 30 UC DAVIS (DH)* APR. 5 UC RIVERSIDE* APR. 6 UC RIVERSIDE (DH)* Apr. 13 at Cal State Fullerton (DH)*

6:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 6:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 4:00 p.m.

Apr. 14 at Cal State Fullerton* $SU DW&68%DNHUVÀHOG  Apr. 19 at Cal Poly (DH)* Apr. 20 at Cal Poly* APR. 26 LONG BEACH STATE* APR. 27 LONG BEACH STATE (DH)* MAY. 3 UC SANTA BARBARA* MAY. 4 UC SANTA BARBARA (DH)* 0D\ DW3DFLÀF '+  0D\ DW3DFLÀF  May 17-19 NCAA Regionals May 24-25 NCAA Super Regionals May 29 -Jun. 5 Women’s College World Series

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BOLD CAPS = Home games played at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium DH = Denotes a doubleheader SLC = Stephanie Lynn Craig Softball Complex (Henderson, NV) * = Denotes a Big West Conference contest All times local to site and subject to change

2013 Rainbow Wahine Softball Media Guide  

2013 University of Hawai'i Rainbow Wahine Softball Media Guide