HOFS TRA Ashley Ainbinder
Becca Bigler Rachael Senatore
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QUICK FAC TS Location: Hempstead, New York 11549 Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 11,453 Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Field: Hofstra Softball Stadium
(1,000) Press Box Phone: (516) 523-6185
Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications/Softball Contact:
Brian Bohl Office Phone: (516) 463-6759 Cell Phone: (516) 408-8214 Fax: (516) 463-5033 E-mail Address: Brian.K.Bohl@Hofstra.edu Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Office Phone: (516) 463-4933 Senior Sports Information Director:
President: Stuart Rabinowitz Faculty Athletics Representative:
Office Phone: (516) 463-6764 Director of Athletic Publications:
Dr. Michael Barnes Vice President and Director of Athletics:
Len Skoros Office Phone: (516) 463-4602
Jeffrey A. Hathaway Deputy Director of Athletics:
Dino Mattesich Senior Associate Director of Athletics:
Cindy Lewis Senior Associate Director of Athletics/ Facilities: Jay Artinian Associate Director of Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services:
Jim Gibbons Associate Director of Athletics/ Communications: Stephen Gorchov Assistant Director of Athletics/Marketing and Promotions: Chrissy Arnone Assistant Director of Athletics/ Administration: Rachel August Assistant Director of Athletics/Ticket Operations: Maria Corvino Assistant Director of Athletics/StudentAthlete Services and Life Skills Development: James Lally Assistant Director of Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services:
Equipment Manager: Kathy Theiling Photography: Brian Ballweg, Zach Lane,
Ross Obley, Clayton Hotze
INFORMATION Head Coach: Bill Edwards
(Northern Michigan, 1967) Overall Record/Years: 894-404-3/24 years Record at School/Years: Same Associate Head Coach: Larissa Anderson Assistant Coaches: Kate Stake and Adrienne Clark Softball Office Phone: (516) 463-5085 2013 Record: 46-13 2013 Conference Record/Finish: 18-2/ First Place Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4
Director of Athletic Development:
Jim Furlong Director of Ticket Sales: Haile Urquhart Athletic Department Phone:
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GoHofstra.com TOP RETURNING HITTERS: NAME
POS. CL. AVG.-HR-RBI HONORS
Maggie Hawkins Becca Bigler
360-9-43 1st Team NFCA AllRegion, All-CAA .335-4-28 CAA All-Rookie Team .297-12-41 2nd Team NFCA AllRegion, All-CAA
TOP RETURNING PITCHER: Name
W-L, ERA, K
3-0, 0.53, 10
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OF CON TE N TS Quick Facts Hofstra Highlights Hofstra Tradition Head Softball Coach Bill Edwards Associate Head Coach Larissa Anderson Assistant Coaches Kate Stake Assistant Coach Adrienne Clark Support Staff
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2014 Outlook 2014 Roster
Player Profiles Becca Bigler Rachael Senatore Ashley Ainbinder Tori Rocha Danielle Bitts Erin Trippi Morgan Lashley/Taylor Pirone Caryn Bailey/Alyssa Cuzzola Chloe Fitzgerald/ Maggie Hawkins Kim Smith/Lacey Clark/ Jessica Peslak Rachel Simodejka/Christie Sinacori/ Michaela Transue
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Under Armour 27 This is Hofstra University 28 Hofstra University President 30 University Senior Administration 31 Hofstra University Director of Athletics 32 Athletic Administration and Head Coaches 34 Academic Support 36 Athletic Training 37 Long Island 38 New York City 39 Softball Facilities 40 2013 Statistics 42 2013 Results 43 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Review 44 The Colonial Athletic Association 46 Hofstra’s Pro and Olympic Players 47 Hofstra Softball Honor Roll 48 Hofstra Softball Record Book 51 Where Are They Now? 56 Softball Alumnae 58 Hofstra in Postseason Play 60 Series Records 63 All-Time Results 64 Media Following 73 Hofstra in the Community 74 Softball Media Information 75 Hofstra Campus Map/ Getting to Hofstra 76 Nondiscrimination Policy Hofstra University is committed to extending equal opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national or ethnic origin, physical or mental disability, marital or veteran status (characteristics collectively referred to as “Protected Characteristic”) in employment and in the conduct and operation of Hofstra University’s educational programs and activities, including admissions, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school administered programs. This statement of nondiscrimination is in compliance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act, the Age Discrimination Act and other applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations relating to nondiscrimination (“Equal Opportunity Laws”). The Equal Rights and Opportunity Officer is the University’s official responsible for coordinating its overall adherence to Equal Opportunity Laws. Questions or concerns regarding any of these laws or other aspects of Hofstra’s Equal Opportunity Statement should be directed to the Equal Rights and Opportunity Officer at EROO@Hofstra.edu, (516) 463-7310, C/O Office of Legal Affairs and General Counsel, 101 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11549. For additional contacts and related resources, see http://www.hofstra.edu/about/ policy/policy_eoe.html
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WRHU, HOFSTRA’S RADIO STATION, WAS RECENTLY RATED THE FIFTH BEST COLLEGE RADIO STATION IN THE NATION BY THE PRINCETON REVIEW.
HOFSTRA HOSTED A PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE ON OCTOBER 16, 2012, AND BROUGHT A SLATE OF TOP POLITICAL STRATEGISTS, ACTIVISTS, SCHOLARS AND JOURNALISTS TO CAMPUS AS PART OF AN ELECTIONTHEMED EVENT SERIES. POP SINGER KE$HA HEADLINED VIBE LIVE DURING THE 2013 FALL FESTIVAL
HOFSTRA CELEBRATED ITS DUTCH ROOTS WITH THE 30TH ANNUAL DUTCH FESTIVAL ON MAY 5, 2013.
THE PRINCETON REVIEW RECENTLY NAMED THE ZARB SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ONE OF ITS “GREAT SCHOOLS FOR MARKETING AND SALES MAJORS”
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HOFSTRA IS JUST 25 MILES FROM NEW YORK CITY.
HOFSTRA NAMED ITS SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION FOR DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS LAWRENCE HERBERT, THE INVENTOR OF THE PANTONE COLOR MATCHING SYSTEM, TO HONOR HIS GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE UNIVERSITY AND HIS REVOLUTIONARY IMPACT ON PRINT AND DESIGN.
APPROXIMATELY 2,000 UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE AND LAW STUDENTS CELEBRATED THE COMPLETION OF THEIR STUDIES DURING FOUR SEPARATE GRADUATION EXERCISES IN MAY 2013.
THE HOFSTRA COMMUNITY RAISED MORE THAN $111,000 FOR THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY AS PART OF THE ANNUAL RELAY FOR LIFE, SETTING A NEW RECORD FOR THE HOFSTRA EVENT.
THEN-NEWARK MAYOR CORY BOOKER WAS THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR HOFSTRA’S ANNUAL P.R.I.D.E. WEEK.
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HOFS TRA TRADI TION 1481 games
64 All-Conference players
49 All-Region players
24 consecutive winning seasons
24 NCAA Tournament victories
18 conference championships
6 Academic AllAmericans
17 Academic All-District players
3 Retired Numbers
14 NCAA Tournament appearances
11 consecutive conference championships (NCAA record) from 1998-2008
COACH BILL EDWARDS HAS WON 894 GAMES ENTERING THE 2014 SEASON
2003 AND 2004 ALL-NCAA REGIONAL SELECTION ADRIENNE CLARK
2000 AMERICA EAST SOFTBALL CHAMPS
2004 NCAA REGIONALS IN STANFORD 2013 CAA AWARD WINNERS
2006 CAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR ASHLEY LANE
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HOFS TRA TRADI TION 2000 NFCA ALLAMERICAN AND 2001 AMERICA EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR LISA CIAVARDINI GRAND OPENING OF HOFSTRA SOFTBALL STADIUM IN 2000.
TARA ULRICH WAS A FOUR-TIME ALL-CAA SELECTION THREE-TIME CAA PITCHER OF THE YEAR KAYLEIGH LOTTI
TWO-TIME NFCA ALL-AMERICAN AND THREE-TIME COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN CRYSTAL BOYD OLIVIA GALATI WAS HOFSTRA’S FIRST FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICAN, EARNING THE HONOR IN 2012
2003 COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN HEATHER BROUSSEAU
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TWO-TIME AMERICA EAST PITCHER OF THE YEAR JEN SMITH
HE AD SOF TBALL COACH
BILL E DWARDS
ill Edwards is entering his 25th season as the Hofstra University Head Softball Coach in 2014. He has been the architect of a program that has grown to national prominence. As a result of his success with the Pride, he was inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Hall of Fame in December of 2009.
Edwards has guided Hofstra to 14 NCAA Tournament appearances, including six straight from 200308. He has led Hofstra to the NCAA Tournament regional finals in six of the last 10 seasons, including 2004-05, 2008, 2010 and 2012-13. He led Hofstra to a remarkable 11 straight conference tournament titles from 1998-2008, which is an NCAA Division I record for softball (breaking the previous record of nine straight set by Massachusetts from 1995-2003). His career record stands at 894-404-3 in 24 seasons for a .687 winning percentage. Hofstra has never had a losing season since Edwards took over before the 1990 season with the program posting either a regular season or a postseason conference title in each of the last 22 seasons. Edwards has been named the Regional Coach of the Year 12 times in his career (1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2012 and 2013). His players have also earned All-America honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association six times, including twice by Crystal Boyd (1993, 1994) and once apiece from Alicia Smith (2000), Lisa Ciavardini (2000), Amanda Hallaway (2003). Olivia Galati became the program’s first-ever first-team All-America in 2012 and earned second-team All-America status after leading all of Division I in victories (40) and shutouts (22) as a senior in 2013. In 2013, Edwards helped Hofstra post a school-record 46 wins en route to winning the CAA regular season and tournament championships. Hofstra went 3-2 in the NCAA Regional in advancing to the finals by defeating Oregon State twice and forcing an elimination game against No. 8 Missouri via a 10-0 (5 inn.) win before falling in the regional title game.
Edwards, who has been a part of 24 straight winning seasons at Hofstra, coached the Pride to a #21 ranking in the final 2004 NCAA Division I Softball Poll, and a #20 ranking in the final 1994 poll. He has also led the Pride to #1 rankings in the Northeast Region Poll in 1993, 1994, 1997 and 2000. His 2013 squad finished the season ranked 25th in the final NFCA national poll and the 2012 team ended the season ranked 16th nationally. Edwards has been named the CAA’s Coach of the Year six consecutive times, winning the coaches ballot every season since 2008. In 2012, Edwards led Hofstra to its first-ever NCAA Regional championship to advance to the first Super Regional in program history in a 42-15 season that saw the Pride finish one win away from the Women’s College World Series. Edwards’ team captured the CAA championship after going 22-0 against the league for the first undefeated conference performance in school history. Hofstra then defeated No. 12 overall seed UCLA on the Bruins’ home field and knocked off San Diego State twice in the Los Angeles Regional to set up a best-of-three Tampa Super Regional against the University of South Florida. The Pride won Game 1 before dropping a pair of one-run games to a Bulls squad that finished ranked eighth in the country. In 2011, Edwards guided Hofstra to a 40-13 record. One year prior, Edwards led Hofstra to a school record-tying 45 wins in 2010, as the team won the CAA regular season title, swept through the CAA Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Regional finals with two wins over No. 14 Oklahoma State. The Pride took third-ranked (and eventual runner-up) Arizona to 12 innings in the regional finals before falling 10-6. The Pride also earned 45 wins in 2008, including two at the NCAA Regionals in Hempstead as it advanced to the regional finals for the third time. The Pride finished with a 45-13 record, while winning the Colonial Athletic Association regular season and postseason championships, earning Edwards the CAA Coach of the Year award. In 2004, Hofstra advanced to the NCAA Regional finals at Stanford University, where the Pride won four games and fell just one win shy of reaching the Women’s College World Series. During the 2000 season, Edwards and the Pride set a then-school record with 42 wins, marking the third time that they had reached the
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40-win plateau. Hofstra also won their third consecutive America East Championship and earned their second straight automatic bid to NCAA Regionals, where they defeated Louisiana-Lafayette before being eliminated 2-1 by seventh-ranked LSU. In 1995, Hofstra’s first season in the North Atlantic Conference, Edwards led the squad to a school-record 4121 mark, the North Atlantic Conference Championship and a berth in Hofstra’s second NCAA Tournament. For his efforts, Edwards was selected as the North Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year and Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year. Edwards was also named the East Coast Conference Coach of the Year (1994) earlier in his career. He was named an Honorary Alumnus by Hofstra in 2008. Hofstra has won 21 NCAA Tournament games since 2003, including victories over Penn State, Nebraska, Auburn, Stanford, Oklahoma State, Arizona State, UCLA, South Florida, Oregon State and Missouri while defeating five pitchers who earned All-America honors during their careers. Edwards came to Hofstra from Commack High School where he coached softball for nine years. During his tenure at Commack, his teams compiled a 118-61 record and reached the Suffolk County Class A playoffs in seven of those nine years. His 1988 squad captured the Suffolk County championship and the Long Island championship, and finished third in the New York State Tournament. He is also a past president of the Suffolk County Softball Coaches Association. Edwards, a teacher in the Commack School District from 1967 through 1999, worked and coached at John F. Kennedy Junior High School, Wood Park Elementary School and Commack High School. He served two stints as freshman football coach at Kennedy Junior High School from 1972 through 1976, and 1979 and 1980, and was also the freshman baseball coach from 1975 through 1980. When he moved on to Commack High School, Edwards served as offensive coordinator from 1981 through 1983. During those three years, Commack won three league titles, two conference championships and one Suffolk County championship. In 1993 he served as head football coach at Commack. In addition, Edwards also served as head ice hockey coach at Iona College from
1968 through 1979. At Iona, his teams posted a 174-58-14 record and captured four Metropolitan Collegiate championships. In 1988 Edwards was inducted into the Iona College Sports Hall of Fame. He will be enshrined in the Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame in May 2014 Edwards and his wife, Janie, have two grown daughters, Shari, who played NCAA Division I softball at Northern Illinois University and coached at Hofstra, and Karen, a licensed practical nurse who is now a director at an assisted-living facility. Edwards received a bachelor’s in physical education from Northern Michigan University in 1967 and a master’s from the University at Stony Brook in 1975. The Edwards family resides in Nesconset, New York.
EDWARDS’ COLLEGE COACHING RECORD 1990 Hofstra University 19-17-1 1991 Hofstra University 24-13 1992 Hofstra University 35-7-1 1993 Hofstra University 37-12 (NCAA’s) 1994 Hofstra University 39-16 (#20 in Nation) 1995 Hofstra University 41-21 (NAC Champions, NCAA’s) 1996 Hofstra University 33-18 (NAC Regular Season Champions) 1997 Hofstra University 38-16 (America East Regular Season Champions) 1998 Hofstra University 39-17 (America East Champions) 1999 Hofstra University 40-19 (America East Champions, NCAA’s) 2000 Hofstra University 42-21 (America East Champions, NCAA’s) 2001 Hofstra University 37-26 (America East Champions, NCAA’s) 2002 Hofstra University 28-25 (CAA Champions) 2003 Hofstra University 39-17 (CAA Champions, NCAA’s) 2004 Hofstra University 38-21 (CAA Champions, NCAA Regional Finalists, #21 in nation) 2005 Hofstra University 43-16-1 (CAA Champions, NCAA Regional Finalists) 2006 Hofstra University 37-20 (CAA Champions, NCAA Regional Hosts) 2007 Hofstra University 41-15 (CAA Champions, NCAA Regional Hosts) 2008 Hofstra University 45-13 (CAA Champions, NCAA Regional Finalists) 2009 Hofstra University 26-21 (CAA Regular Season Champions) 2010 Hofstra University 45-12 (CAA Champions, NCAA Regional Finalists) 2011 Hofstra University 40-13 (CAA Regular Season Champions) 2012 Hofstra University 42-15 (CAA Champions, NCAA Regional Champions, #16 in the nation) 2013 Hofstra University 46-13 (CAA Champions, NCAA Regional Finalists) Total 894-404-3
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ASSOCIATE HE AD COACH
arissa Anderson enters her 13th year on the coaching staff at Hofstra in 2014 and her 10th as Associate Head Coach after spending her first three years as an assistant. She has helped the Pride to 10 CAA Tournament championships and nine NCAA Tournament appearances in her first 12 seasons on the staff.
She has helped the Pride win 21 NCAA Tournament games, including four in 2004 and 2012 and three in 2013. During her time on the staff, Hofstra has reached the regional finals six times (2004, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013), including an appearance in an elimination game at nationally ranked Missouri to close last season. In 2012, Anderson was part of the staff that helped Hofstra win the program’s first-ever regional championship as the Pride advanced to the Super Regionals; finishing one win shy of the Women’s College World Series. Anderson also been a part of a Hofstra staff that has won the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s regional coaching staff of the year award seven times with the NFCA bestowing the honor from 200305, 2007-08 and 2012-13 Anderson works with the Hofstra pitching staff and handles pitchcalling duties from the Hofstra dugout. During her 12 years, she has helped Hofstra achieve a record of 470-201-1 for a .772 winning percentage, including a school record 46 victories in 2013. Hofstra’s collective ERA has been less than two for three straight seasons. Under Anderson’s guidance, Hofstra hurlers have won seven consecutive CAA Pitcher of the Year awards, including four from Olivia Galati from 2010-13 and three wins for Kayleigh Lotti from 2007-09. Galati was a first-team All-America selection in 2012 and a secondteam All-America pick in 2013, resulting in her being drafted second overall by the New York/New Jersey Comets in the National Pro Fastpitch league draft. In her senior season in 2013, Galati led the NCAA in wins and shutouts (22), going 40-12 with a 1.42 ERA and 395 strikeouts in 341 innings. In 2012, Anderson helped Galati post a NCAA Division I-leading 0.95 earned-run-average and a 34-7 record as she became the program’s firstever first-team All-America pick. Overall, Hofstra pitchers registered a combined 1.45 ERA. She was also instrumental in the development of Lotti and Callie Osborne , who won CAA Pitcher of the Year honors in 2004 and 2005. In addition, Lotti (four times) and Osborne (twice) and Galati (four times) have been named to the NFCA All-Region team under Anderson’s tutelage. Another pitcher who flourished under Anderson was Adrienne Clark, who developed a reputation as one of the top big-game pitchers in the country during her time with the Pride. Clark, who was not recruited as a pitcher, finished her career with a 5-1 lifetime record in the NCAA
Tournament, including three solo shutouts and one combined shutout. Clark, who currently works with Anderson as an assistant on Hofstra’s staff, had a shutout streak of 31 straight innings as a starter in NCAA Tournament play in the 2003 and 2004 seasons, the longest such streak since Nancy Evans of Arizona had 38 straight shutout innings in 1998. Anderson is also a frequent speaker at camps and clinics around the country. At the 2011 NFCA Convention, Andrson and Head Coach Bill Edwards were featured speakers and presented: “Defensive Strategy: Is Your Team Really As Prepared As You Think?” The national convention included more than 1,300 participants (mostly coaches) from youth levels, high school, travel teams and NCAA Division I, II, III and NAIA institutions. Prior to coming to Hofstra, Anderson served as an assistant coach for two seasons at C.W. Post, where she helped the Pioneers to a combined 75-33 record, including a school record 42 wins during the 2000 season. She assisted in all facets of the program at C.W. Post and was in charge of coaching the pitchers and catchers. Her efforts helped the Pioneers to the 13th best team earned run average in Division II (1.11) in 2001. She was also part of a C.W. Post staff that received the Northeast Region Division II Coaching Staff of the Year award from the NFCA in 2000. Anderson also served one season as an assistant coach at Gannon University in 1998, after being named a regional All-American outfielder in 1997. She graduated from Gannon in 1997 with a bachelor’s of science degree in therapeutic recreation. No stranger to the Hofstra athletic community before being hired, Anderson spent the 2000-01 academic year as an Administrative Assistant to the Women’s Basketball program in addition to her coaching duties at C.W. Post. Anderson currently resides in Levittown, NY, with her husband, Patrick. The couple was married in October of 2001.
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KATE S TAKE
ate Stake is entering her second season as an assistant coach with the Pride in 2014. She came to Hofstra after serving the previous three years in a similar position at the United States Military Academy.
In her first season at Hofstra in 2013, Stake was a key part of staff that was named the Northeast Region Coaching Staff of the Year by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association after Hofstra went 46-13 to set the program record for single-season wins. Stake helped lead Hofstra to a CAA Tournament championship and an appearance in the NCAA Regional, where Hofstra posted a 3-2 mark. The Pride bested Oregon State twice and forced an elimination game against No. 8 Missouri via a 10-0 (5 inn.) rout before falling in the regional title game, 5-0. During the season, Hofstra hit a collective .313 with six of the team’s starters finishing with batting averages higher than .300. The Pride also posted a plus213 run differential.
Stake worked primarily with the infielders and served as the hitting coach at Army, helping the Black Knights post the Patriot League’s top fielding percentage in 2011 and a second-place ranking in 2010 and 2012. Five infielders earned all-conference accolades, including three first-team selections under her tutelage. Under Stake’s instruction, Army’s offensive productivity increased. In her final season with the Black Knights, four players made the school’s all-time top-10 list for single-season hits and two players ranked in the program’s top-10 in single-season batting average. Before coming to West Point, Stake served two years as a full-time assistant coach for Eastern Illinois after one season as a graduate assistant in 2007. As the primary defensive instructor and first base coach, Stake also aided in recruiting, concentrating on the Midwest region. Off the field, she monitored the team’s academic progress and helped coordinate fundraising efforts while also organizing the team’s travel arrangements. A 2005 graduate of Illinois State, Stake crafted a stellar playing career. She started four years at second base for the Redbirds playing for Hall-of-Fame coach Melinda Fischer, ranking among her school’s all-time leaders in games started, hits, home runs, RBI and total bases. Stake set a school record after smashing three home runs against Loyola University-Chicago in totaling 13 total bases which, at the time, was the third highest single-game total in NCAA Division I history. Stake also authored the school’s longest hitting streak after collecting a hit in seven straight at-bats. The Buffalo Grove, IL, native was a four-time all-conference selection and a first-team honoree in her junior and senior seasons. A nominee for the Missouri Valley Conference All-Centennial team, Sake also garnered a second team Easton All-American award and was named the
Illinois State University Female Scholar Athlete of the Year. She was also a member of the MVU Scholar-Athlete team. In the class room, Stake earned a bachelor’s degree in English education, graduating cum laude. She also has a master’s degree in kinesiology and sports studies from Eastern Illinois.
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ADRIE NNE CLARK
drienne Clark, one of the top pitchers in Hofstra University history and a member of Pride teams that won four straight Colonial Athletic Association titles, enters her third year as a volunteer assistant in 2014.
Clark returned to Hofstra in 2012 and was part of a staff that led the Pride to a 42-15 overall record and the program’s first-ever NCAA Regional championship. Prior to coming back to Hofstra, Clark spent three seasons (2009-11) on the staff at Columbia University where she worked with the Lions pitching staff and outfielders. She also served as an associate professor of physical education at Columbia. Clark also spent three years as an assistant at Delaware after graduating from Hofstra in 2005.
and postseason championships and three NCAA Regional appearances. She helped the team win 148 games during those seasons, including a school-record 43 victories in 2005. Hofstra went 8-4 in the NCAA Tournament over her final three seasons and was one of only 12 teams in the nation to win at least two NCAA Tournament games in 2003, 2004, and 2005. Clark was a two-time first team All-CAA selection, a three-time CAA All-Tournament selection, and was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Mid Atlantic Region team as a junior in 2004. She developed into one of the best big-game pitchers anywhere in the country, tallying a 5-1 record with one save in NCAA Division I Tournament play over her final three seasons, with four of those wins coming in 1-0 decisions. Clark had a streak of 31 straight shutout innings as a starter in the NCAA Tournament at one point and was named to the NCAA All-Regional team in 2003 and 2004. Clark, a native of Gibsonton, Florida, holds a degree in business administration and marketing and graduated from Columbia in May 2012 with a master’s degree in sports management.
In 2013, Clark was part of a staff that again was named the Northeast Region Coaching Staff of the Year by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association after Hofstra went 46-13 to set the program record for single-season wins. With Clark on the staff, Hofstra also secured its second straight CAA Tournament crown (10th in the last 12 years) and its 11th all-time CAA regular-season title. In the NCAA Tournament, the Pride posted a 3-2 mark, topping Oregon State twice and forcing an elimination game against No. 8 Missouri via a 10-0 (5 inn.) rout before falling in the regional title game, 5-0. During her tenure at Columbia, Clark guided a pitching staff that saw its team ERA shrink from 4.95 the season before she arrived to a 3.01 mark in 2011. She also coached a pair of her pitchers, Maggie Johnson and Prophet Gaspard, to All-Ivy League accolades in 2011. At Delaware. Clark served as the Blue Hens’ pitching coach. She also worked with the Delaware outfielders, ran individual hitting sessions, oversaw the Blue Hens’ recruiting process and served as the team’s first base coach. Clark made an immediate impact during her first season at Delaware in 2006, as the Blue Hens led the Colonial Athletic Association with a 2.03 earned run average. During her playing career for the Pride, Clark helped lead the team to four straight CAA regular-season
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S UPPOR T S TAFF Rachel Peel-Macandrew
Associate Dean of University Advisement
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
achel PeelMacandrew is an Associate Dean for the Center for University Advisement. She has worked at Hofstra since 2003, first serving as an assistant dean before being promoted to an associate dean in 2007.
Peel-Macandrew supervisors and directs the student-athlete advisement program, helping to develop a comprehensive advisement center for all student-athletes while ensuring compliance with the NCAA. She also coordinates registration efforts and develops graduation plans. She serves as a liaison to the Office of the Provost to resolve academic questions and monitors the academic progress of studentathletes while paying special attention to at-risk students. In her role, she submits NCAA academic performance data, including APR and graduation success rates, to the compliance office.
arie Siler has served as assistant athletic trainer at Hofstra since July 2008. She is responsible for the treatment and rehabilitation of Pride student-athletes in women’s soccer and softball and has previously worked with the women’s basketball program. Born in Harrisonburg, Virginia, Siler graduated from West Virginia University in 2006 with a degree in athletic training. While at West Virginia, she served as a studentathletic trainer for Mountaineer teams in football, wrestling, women’s tennis, women’s soccer and women’s gymnastics. After graduation Siler went on to the University of Toledo and served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer from 2006 through 2008, working with the Rockets’ women’s soccer team, and earned a master’s degree in exercise science.
rian Bert is in his second year at Hofstra in 2013-14, serving as an assistant strength and conditioning coach.
Bert joined the Hofstra staff after serving as a strength & conditioning/facilities management graduate assistant at Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland, since August 2010. He worked with a variety of teams there, including the 2011 national champion men’s lacrosse program. Prior to his time at Salisbury, Bert spent nearly two years as an assistant strength & conditioning coach at Rhode Island. A 2008 graduate of Springfield College with a degree in applied exercise science, Bert also worked as a strength and conditioning intern at South Florida. He earned his master’s in applied health physiology from Salisbury in 2012.
Before coming to Hofstra, Peel-Macandrew was an associate vice president for Credit Suisse First Boston Corp from 1999 to 2003. In that role, which featured time in New York City and Melbourne, Australia, she managed a team that was responsible for all equity and debt. Her staff traded and stabilized companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ. Peel-Macandrew started her full-time financial career as an analyst for Salomon Smith Barney in London, working in equity capital markets from 1995 to 1999. She coordinated intern and external agency systems and worked on multi-departmental initiatives that encompassed the operations, financial and technology departments. Peel-Macandrew earned her undergraduate degree in social policy and economics from Leeds University in Yorkshire, England, graduating with honors in 1993. She also holds two master’s degrees from Hofstra, earning one in physical education in 2005 and another in educational leadership and policy studies in 2012.
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he records from the previous two seasons would seemingly make any coach excited for the new campaign. In 2013, Hofstra set a program record with 46 victories en route to an appearance in the NCAA Tournament’s regional finals. That was the encore to 2012, when the Pride came within one win of the Women’s College World Series. Entering the new season, Hofstra returns 11 letterwinners and seven players who have been full-time starters in their careers. But Head Coach Bill Edwards said he’s excited for 2014 not just because of the number of known quantities back in the fold, but also because of the opportunities that exist for new players to step up. With two-time All-America pitcher Olivia Galati lost to graduation after setting every major pitching record in program history, Hofstra will look for a pool of four hurlers to help Hofstra in its quest for a third consecutive Colonial Athletic Association championship.
“I’m really looking forward to this season because I have no idea how we’re going to be,” Edwards said. “We’re very strong up the middle and have good leadership. Our pitching staff has a lot of potential but we’re unproven. If we can reach our potential, we can have a very special team.” Though a slew of new faces will compete for time in the pitching circle, Hofstra will have the benefit of two fifth-year seniors returning in centerfielder Rachael Senatore and shortstop Becca Bigler. The Pride will boast a double-play combination with nine years of experience as Tori Rocha returns to anchor the second base job in her senior season. Hofstra is strong up the middle with 17 years of combined experience from the catcher, middle infield and center field spots. Sophomores Caryn Bailey, Maggie Hawkins and Chloe Fitzgerald all earned spots on the CAA All-Rookie team in 2013 and will be expected to be everyday contributors again. Junior Erin Trippi, who caught every inning last season, is back and will look to again be a force behind the plate and a guide to a young pitching staff looking to continue the program’s successful history in a competitive conference.
pitching a try at the end of the 2013 regular season. Hawkins responded by going 3-0 in four appearances with a 0.53 ERA in 13 1/3 innings. With a full offseason and training camp, Edwards said Hawkins has the ability to make a huge impact. Junior transfer Taylor Pirone also brings Division I experience. As a sophomore at Fordham last season, she went 2-1 in 14 appearances and tied for the team lead with two saves. Freshman Jessica Peslak will also be looking to pitch her way into the mix after an outstanding career for Livingston High School in which she went 72-10 with 803 strikeouts in 495 innings.
CATCHER Trippi saw every pitch behind the plate last season and helped Galati craft a special season in which she earned second-team All-America honors. Now, the junior backstop will be charged with overseeing a talented-but-less-experienced quartet of pitchers who are looking to get to the next level. Trippi will be entrusted to report information to the coaching staff on the progress of Lashley, Hawkins, Pirone and Peslak and help them master command of their pitches. The transition from designated player to full-time catcher last season didn’t hamper Trippi’s offensive production as the Lyndhurst, NJ, native batted .315 with five home runs, 46 RBIs and a .500 slugging percentage en route to earning first-team NFCA All-Northeast Region honors and a first-team CAA selection. Bailey, who was the team’s everyday right fielder and is expected to fill that role again this season, is the backup to Trippi and can slide to the catcher’s spot when needed .
When not pitching, Hawkins could serve as the starting first baseman. In her rookie season, Hawkins was third on the team with a .335 average and a .397 on-base percentage. The Easton, MD, product also showed power with four home runs and a .532 slugging percentage. In times when Hawkins is pitching or serving as the designated player,
Seven new players will also look to make their mark on a Hofstra team that enters Opening Day receiving votes in both the USA Today/NFCA and ESPN.com/ USA Softball Collegiate Top 25 national preseason polls. Here is a position-by-position look at the Pride:
PITCHER Galati accounted for more than 88 percent of Hofstra’s innings last season en route to leading all of Division I pitchers with 40 wins. Over four seasons, she posted a 129-34 record, 12 saves with a 1.29 ERA and 1,415 strikeouts. Replacing those numbers will not fall on any one individual, as Hofstra will look for a staff that includes two transfers, a freshman and an increased pitching role for Hawkins.
Morgan Lashley is the most experienced pitcher on the team, though she is also becoming acclimated to Hofstra after spending the previous two seasons at Army. Lashley was the MVP of the Patriot League Tournament last season, when she helped the Black Knights to a NCAA Tournament berth on the heels of a 29-14 record and six shutouts. She posted a 2.40 ERA and struck out 196 batters. Though not as experienced Lashley in the circle, Hawkins emerged as Hofstra’s surprise No. 2 pitcher when necessity prompted her to give
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2014 OU TLOOK A former standout for Chenango Forks (NY) High School, Transue was a four-time Class B all-state selection.
LEFT FIELD Hofstra seemingly lost a major part of the lineup at the leadoff spot when Senatore was lost for all of 2013 due to an injury. But Fitzgerald took over the slap-hitting role and thrived at the top spot. Fitzgerald mostly played as the DP but could see extended time in left this season following the graduation of defensive standout D.J. Slugh. Fitzgerald gives Hofstra two speedy options with Senatore back in the fold for 2014, which can give Edwards the ability to break up the slap-hitters and spread the speed in the lineup, or opt for a concentration of burners near the top of the order. Senior Ashley Ainbinder is also back to provide a consistent, veteran presence in the outfield.
CENTER FIELD TORI ROCHA
Senatore is back for her fifth season. In her last game action, in 2012, she earned first-team All-NFCA Region and All-CAA selections by tallying a Hofstra-leading .364 average with 71 hits, 38 runs scored and a .429 on-base percentage to help the Pride power their way to the NCAA Super Regionals. Senatore is a speed threat who went 12-for14 in stolen base attempts as well as a sure-handed fielder with a good arm.
the Pride could move Pirone over to first. Freshman Lacey Clark can also give Hofstra flexibility in the infield and could compete for time at the position. Clark was a second-team All-New York State selection out of Victor High School last year.
SECOND BASE Rocha has been the starting second baseman the last two seasons and a key part of back-to-back CAA championship winners. As part of a veteran lineup, Rocha will be expected to provide leadership and build on her expanding body of knowledge. A two-time CAA All-Second Team selection, Rocha batted .285 and scored 35 runs. She has also batted in multiple parts of the lineup to give Hofstra greater flexibility. Clark has also been working in practice at second base and could play in the spot when the need arises.
SHORTSTOP Another familiar face rounds out the middle infield as Bigler returns for a fifth season. The Bainbridge, PA, product was second on the team with 12 home runs. Bigler drove in 41 runs from a premium defensive position last season and has also been a key middle-of-the-order contributor on Hofstraâ€™s consecutive title teams.
THIRD BASE The position marks one of the few question marks for the Pride as Hofstra will look to replace all-conference third baseman Jess Hirschbuhl. Sophomore Kim Smith, who hit three home runs in just 27 at-bats, playing mostly as a pinch hitter last season, has been working to earn the job. The former Gatorade Softball Player of the Year in Delaware has been pushed in practice by freshman Michaela Transue.
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2014 OU TLOOK SCHEDULE A home doubleheader against LSU and matchups against six teams that qualified for last season’s NCAA Tournament highlight the 2014 Hofstra Softball schedule. The Pride will face five 40-win teams and two conference champions in the slate. In all, the 2014 opponents combined for an 891-835-3 record last season. The new campaign starts on Feb. 14 with a five-game tournament hosted by Florida State. The Pride will oppose North Dakota State, FSU and Southern Mississippi. The second trip to Florida will come the next week when Hofstra plays another five-game tournament in the Tampa-based Leadoff Classic. A rematch of the 2012 NCAA Super Regionals between Hofstra and USF will take place on Feb. 21. The Bulls were 45-16 and are coming off a Big East title. The road doesn’t get easier the next day when the Pride faces Louisiana-Lafayette, which went 47-15 and nearly made it to the Women’s College World Series before falling in the supers.
Bailey rocketed onto the Division I scene by leading Hofstra with a .360 average in starting all 59 games. A terrific power threat, Bailey finished fourth in the CAA with a .669 slugging percentage and led the league with 17 doubles while contributing nine home runs. A firstteam All-NFCA Region and first-team All-CAA honoree, she is again expected to anchor right field and bat in the middle of the lineup.
DESIGNATED PLAYER/BENCH Fitzgerald was the team’s primary DP last season and could fill that role again in times when she is not playing the outfield. On days when Hawkins pitches, the Pride could also give her time in the DP slot to foster greater lineup flexibility. On the bench, Hofstra will again have late-game options with sophomore Alyssa Cuzzola back after serving as the squad’s primary pinch runner. Entering her junior season, Danielle Bitts can provide insurance against injury in the infield in her role as a utility player. Freshman Christie Sinacori has experience as a catcher for Wantagh High School.
Hofstra will make its last trip to the Sunshine State with a five-game tournament at Florida Gulf Coast starting on Feb. 28 with games against Eastern Michigan, FGCU, Bethune-Cookman and Michigan State. A five-team; three-day tournament will mark the Pride’s home opener with the Hofstra Invitational spanning March 14-17. It will include games versus Georgetown, Columbia, Fairfield and Hartford. League play will start with a rematch of last season’s CAA title game when Hofstra faces James Madison in a three-game series in Harrisonburg, Va. from March 22-23. Both teams qualified for the NCAA Tournament last season with the Dukes earning an at-large bid. Following a road doubleheader at Rutgers, Hofstra will head to Towson for a three-game conference series The Pride will also play Delaware in a three-game conference road series from April 19-20. Hofstra will host conference opponents UNC Wilmington and the College of Charleston while ending the regular season versus Drexel. The CAA Tournament is scheduled from May 7-9 with the highest seed hosting.
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2014 HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY SOF TBALL
HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY T HE PRIDE No. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 17 18 20 24 28 32 33 36
Name Rachel Simodejka Kim Smith Rachael Senatore Lacey Clark Tori Rocha Danielle Bitts Morgan Lashley Ashley Ainbinder Chloe Fitzgerald Alyssa Cuzzola Michaela Transue Christie Sinacori Taylor Pirone Caryn Bailey Jessica Peslak Erin Trippi Becca Bigler Maggie Hawkins
Pos. OF INF OF INF INF UT P OF OF OF INF INF P/INF OF P C INF INF
Cl. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So.
Ht. 5-2 5-4 5-8 5-10 5-1 5-9 5-3 5-4 5-3 5-2 5-6 5-6 5-10 5-6 5-10 5-5 5-7 5-8
B/T R/R R/R L/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R
Hometown/High School Lumberton, NJ/Rancocas Valley Regional Georgetown, DE/Sussex Technical Sparta, NJ/Pope John XXIII Victor, NY/Victor Rehoboth, MA/Dighton-Rehoboth Montgomery, NY/Valley Center Davidson, NC/North Mecklenburg/Army Baldwin, NY/Baldwin Prince Frederick, MD/Huntingtown LaGrangeville, NY/Arlington Chenango Forks, NY/Chenango Forks Wantagh, NY/Wantagh New Rochelle, NY/The Ursuline School/Fordham
Elizabethtown, PA/Elizabethtown Area Livingston, NJ/Livingston Lyndhurst, NJ/Paramus Catholic Bainbridge, PA/Elizabethtown Easton, MD/Easton
Head Coach: Bill Edwards Associate Head Coach: Larissa Anderson Assistant Coaches: Kate Stake and Adrienne Clark
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 1
Rachel Simodejka Sim-O-Day-Kah
Rachael Senatore RAY-chull sen-uh-TOR
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PLAYER PROFILES BE CCA
BI G L E R SENIOR, 5-7, INFIELD BAINBRIDGE, PA/ELIZABETHTOWN
Fifth season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Has started at shortstop the last two seasons and is expected to fill a similar role for the Pride this season…2013: NFCA Second-Team All-Northeast Region selection…Second-Team All-Colonial Athletic Association pick…One of just four players to start all 59 games for Hofstra…Batted .297 with 12 home runs and 41 RBIs…Finished fifth in the CAA with a .581 slugging percentage…Set a career high with 12 home runs, which tied for fourth-most in the conference…Registered 11 multi-RBI games...Logged a hit in four of Hofstra’s five NCAA Regional games and scored four runs in that span…Smashed a three-run home run into the leftfield bleachers against nationally ranked Missouri to help send Hofstra to the regional final elimination game against the Tigers on May 19…Hit three home runs in a four-game stretch from March 17-23…Went 4-for-4 with a home run and two runs scored versus Marist on April 4…Posted back-to-back fourRBI games in CAA play at Drexel and versus Delaware…Produced one of the most torrid hitting streaks of Hofstra’s season when she recorded 15 RBIs in six games from April 7-16….One of two Hofstra players to finish in double figures home runs totals, trailing only Tessa Ziemba’s 14 long balls…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2012: Started all 57 games, playing mostly at shortstop…Batted .309 with a .427 on-base percentage…Tied Tessa Ziemba for the team and CAA-lead in home runs with 11…Finished second on the team with 96 total bases and a .549 slugging percentage…Her 41 runs scored and 31 walks were the most in the CAA…One of just four Hofstra players to start every game… Batted .300 in CAA play, driving in 10 runs in just 19 games…Posted 13 multi-hit games…Recorded a 31-game reached-base streak, which was nine more than the next-closest teammate…Team was 41-4 in games in which she batted second… Went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored at Delaware on April 8…Played her best career game at a crucial time, posting her first collegiate two-home run game with a 3-for-3 showing in the CAA championship game against Georgia State on May 12. She scored three runs and finished with three RBIs to help Hofstra win the title… Finished 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a run scored in the NCAA Regional opener at UCLA on May 18…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2011: Appeared in 14 games before being diagnosed with mononucleosis and taking a medical red-shirt…Batted .293 with four RBI… Was 3-for-4 with a double against Michigan State on March 11…Was 2-for-3 with a RBI in a win over Purdue on March 12…Was 1-for-3 in both games against Florida State and All-America pitcher Sara Hamilton at the Seminole Kickoff Classic…Had a RBI in both games on opening day, wins over UNC Greensboro and St. John’s…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2010: Played in 41 games, including 40 starts…Batted .224 with three homers and 19 RBI…Had key hits in three of the Pride’s NCAA Regional games, including the tying single in a comeback 8-6 win over No. 14 Oklahoma State in the first game of the regional, a RBI double in a 5-2 win in the rematch with the Cowgirls, and a single to start the Pride’s two-run rally against No. 3 Arizona in the 12th inning, which temporarily gave the Pride a 6-4 lead…Also had a diving catch in left field to start the regional finals, made a difficult running catch at the warning track in the third inning, and threw out a runner going to second from her knees in the first game with Oklahoma State…Had a RBI double against Towson in the first game of the CAA Tournament, which stood up as the game’s only run until the seventh before the Pride won 7-3…Was 3-for-4 with two RBI in a doubleheader sweep of Drexel in the final conference series of the regular season…Was 1-for-3 with a run scored in the CAA championship game against Georgia State…Hit a pair of home runs in a three-game series sweep of James Madison…Had an eight-game hitting streak which started against No. 5 Michigan and ended with a RBI single against Maryland…Had two RBI in her college debut against North Dakota State…Had a RBI double in a 4-1 win over South Florida…Hit her first collegiate homer at Rutgers…Hit .204 in conference games…High School: Played four years at Elizabethtown High School in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania…Was a second-team all-state selection as a senior…One of 100 players chosen to participate in a national Adidas showcase…Batted .452 with 21 RBI as a senior, when she led the Bears to the district semis…Named to the Lancaster Lebanon League All-Stars…Personal: Born April 13, 1991…Has one brother and one sister… Started playing softball at age 7…Lists The Woods by Harlan Coben as her favorite book…Also recruited by Rutgers, Penn State and Connecticut…Nicknamed “Biggs”…Has volunteered at Masonic homes near her hometown…Graduated with a degree in exercise science and is pursuing a master’s in sports science.
2010 2011 2012 2013 Totals
41 14 57 59 171
116 41 175 155 487
12 26 .224 19 6 12 .293 4 41 54 .309 34 41 46 .297 41 100 138 .283 98
5 0 1 0 9 0 8 0 23 0
3 14 42 0-0 0 3 10 1-2 11 31 32 0-1 12 25 33 4-6 26 73 117 5-9
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PLAYER PROFILES RA CHAE L
SE NA T OR E SENIOR, 5-8, OUTFIELD SPARTA, NJ/POPE JOHN XXIII
Fifth season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Returning to the team after taking a medical red-shirt last season…2013: Missed the entire season with an injury…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2012: First-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection…NFCA First-Team All-Northeast Region pick…Played and started in all 57 games…One of just four Hofstra players to start every game…Batted a team-leading .364 playing mostly as a leadoff hitter…Compiled 71 hits, which was 13 more than the next closest teammate…Scored 38 runs and led the team with a .429 on-base percentage…Went 12-for-14 on stolen base attempts…Showed power as well with 11 extra-base hits (eight doubles; three triples) in 195 at-bats for a .436 slugging percentage…Made just two errors in 58 total chances for a .967 fielding percentage… Led the CAA in hits and hits per game with a 1.25 average…Finished in the CAA’s top-five in hits, triples, stolen bases, runs scored, total bases and on-base percentage…Registered 18 multi-hit games, including a pair of four-hit contests against conference foes Drexel and Delaware, respectively…Notched an eight-game hitting streak from April 7-14, going 13-for-27 during that stretch…Went 4-for-5 with four runs scored and four RBIs while finishing a home run short of the cycle versus Drexel on April 1…Batted .429 with a .507 on-base percentage in CAA play…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2011: Appeared in 49 games, including 47 starts… Batted .288 with 10 RBIs on the season…Named CAA Player of the Week after hitting 7-for-13 at the East Carolina University Pirate Classic, including 4-for-5 with two runs scored and a RBI against Kent State…Named to All-Tournament team at LSU Purple & Gold Challenge, after batting 1-for-3 off All-American pitcher Blaire Luna of Texas and hitting 2-for-3 with a triple and a run scored against Pittsburgh… Was 3-for-4 with a RBI in a win over James Madison on April 16…Batted 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored in a home win over Iona on March 29…Was 3-for4 with a pair of doubles in a road win over Fordham on April 6…Was 2-for-4 with a RBI in a road win over Lehigh on April 20…Singled and scored the game’s first run in a championship round loss to Georgia State on May 13…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2010: Played in 35 games, including 18 starts…Was used as a pinch-runner 17 times…Batted .304 on the year...Batted 4-for-11 in the CAA Tournament with at least one hit in every game…Had a key seventh inning single in a 7-3 comeback win over Towson, as the Pride rallied with six runs in the bottom of the seventh…Had hits in her first four starts (two against George Mason, one against Princeton, one against Rutgers)…Was 2-for-5 against No. 14 Oklahoma State in the first game of the NCAA Regionals…Also had two hits in the series opener at Georgia State…Hit .269 in conference games…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…High School: Played softball at Pope John XXIII in 2008, where she pitched and played the outfield…Named the league’s pitcher of the year after finishing the season undefeated with a 1.20 ERA…Didn’t play as a senior while competing for the Jersey Intensity Gold in the spring…Personal: Born Feb. 10, 1991…Has three sisters and one brother…Started playing softball at age 6…Also recruited by Penn State, Houston and North Carolina State…Lists This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen and The Appeal by John Grisham as her favorite books…Older sister Kaytlin played softball at Bucknell…Lists painting among her hobbies…Has volunteered at the Morris County nursing home in New Jersey…Graduated in May 2013 and is pursuing her MBA in finance.
2010 35 56 12 17 .304 1 0 0 0 3 9 3-4 2011 49 156 30 45 .288 10 3 2 0 13 22 6-9 2012 57 195 38 71 .364 22 8 3 0 17 25 12-14 2013 DNP-INJURY Totals 141 407 80 133 .292 33 11 5 0 33 56 21-27
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PLAYER PROFILES AS HLEY
AI NB I NDE R SENIOR 5-4, OUTFIELD BALDWIN, NY/BALDWIN
Fourth season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Has been utilized primarily as a pinch-hitter during her first three seasons…2013: Appeared in 21 games, making two starts…Totaled three hits and two RBIs…Made her first career start versus Tulsa on Feb. 15, walking three times and playing left field…Also started versus Michigan on Feb. 23… Registered a pinch-hit RBI single versus Pacific on Feb. 22… Lined a pinch-hit RBI single at Fairfield on May 1…Made a pinch-hitting appearance in a NCAA Regional game at Missouri on May 19…2012: Appeared in 22 games as a reserve…Served as a valuable pinch hitter, driving in five runs and scoring two more…Lined three pinch hits total…Came off the bench to drive in two runs against Louisville in the season opener on Feb. 18…2011: Appeared in seven games as a pinch-hitter, batting 2-for-7…Singled in her first home plate appearance against Columbia on March 20…Had a pinch hit single at Lehigh on April 20…High School: Played five years of varsity softball at Baldwin High School, as well as four years of field hockey… Was a three-time all-conference selection in softball for the Bruins…Also named all-county twice and was an All-Long Island selection…Earned the Ethel K. Kloberg Academic/Athletics Award… Also an all-county selection in field hockey…Personal: Born Feb. 5, 1992… Has one younger brother…Started playing softball at age 7…Lists Brett Gardner as her favorite athlete…Aspires to be a collegiate athletic director…Lists The Great Gatsby as her favorite book… Chose Hofstra for the combination of softball and academics…Management major.
AVG. RBI 2B 3B
HR BB SO SB
2011 2012 2013 Totals
7 22 21 50
7 20 22 49
0 2 0 2
2 3 3 8
.286 1 .250 5 .136 2 .160 8
0 0 0 0-0 0 1 4 0-0 0 3 8 0-0 0 4 12 0-0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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PLAYER PROFILES T ORI
RO C HA SENIOR, 5-1, INFIELD REHOBOTH, MA/DIGHTON-REHOBOTH
Fourth season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Has started at second base the last two seasons…2013: Second-Team All-Colonial Athletic Association pick for second straight season…Started all 56 games in which she appeared…Batted .285 with 35 runs scored and a .389 on-base percentage…Stole six bases and led team with seven sacrifice bunts…Posted a 15-game on-base streak, which was the second-highest Hofstra total of the season…Hit a two-run double to account for Hofstra’s only runs in the Pride’s 2-1 CAA championship game victory over James Madison. Her hit earned her a spot on the All-CAA championship team after posting a .500 on-base percentage with three runs scored and two RBIs in Hofstra’s three conference tournament games…Logged three hits in a game on four occasions, including against Tulsa on Feb. 15… Scored three runs in five games in the NCAA Regionals…2012: Second-Team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection…Started 49 of 51 games while compiling a .942 fielding percentage…Batted .275 with a .376 on-base percentage and 22 runs scored…Finished 6-for-6 in stolen base attempts…Hit a solo home run against Georgia State in the CAA Tournament on May 11 for the only offense in a 1-0 victory…Went 2-for-3 with three RBIs and hit her first career home run in a win versus George Mason on April 15…Batted .359 in conference play with a .468 on-base percentage… CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2011: Appeared in 13 games, including five starts as a designated player… Was 1-for-2 with a double and two RBI in her first collegiate appearance against Kent State on Feb. 20…Had a sacrifice fly in a win over Purdue, while batting 1-for-3 at the plate… Was 2-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI in a win over Buffalo on March 13…Scored a run as a pinch runner in the CAA championship round against Georgia State on May 13…High School: Played four years of softball at Dighton-Rehoboth High School in North Dighton, Massachusetts… Helped the Falcons to an SCC championship…Was a conference allstar for two years…A Boston Herald All-Scholastic selection in 2009… Also played two years of soccer and ran on the track team for two years… Personal: Born Feb. 1, 1992… Has one younger brother…Started playing softball at age 5…Graduated with high honors from DightonRehoboth…Played summer ball with the Rhode Island Thunder Gold... Marketing major.
2011 2012 2013 Totals
13 51 56 120
16 120 158 294
R 9 22 35 66
4 33 45 82
.250 5 .275 14 .285 17 .278 36
3 0 5 0 4 1 12 1
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0 1 1 2 16 31 0 23 28 2 40 60
SB 0-0 6-6 6-9 12-15
PLAYER PROFILES DA NIE L L E
BI T T S JUNIOR, 5-9, UTILITY MONTGOMERY, NY/VALLEY CENTRAL
Third season on the Hofstra Softball roster…2013: Appeared in six games as a reserve, going 1-for-6 as a pinch-hitter…registered first collegiate hit with a single versus Marist on April 4…Also made pinch-hitting appearances versus UConn, CCSU, UNC Wilmington, Drexel and Towson… CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2012: Appeared in three games as a reserve…Drew one walk in three plate appearances… Hofstra went 3-0 in games which she appeared, with her collegiate debut coming at Delaware on April 8…High School: Played four years of varsity softball at Valley Central High School where she batted better than .400 in three straight seasons…Hit .429 with 19 RBIs and 22 runs scored as a senior in leading her team to a Section IX championship for the second straight year…Named her school’s Female Athlete of the Year…Was a first-team all-section pick and an all-state selection…As a junior, hit .421 with 19 RBIs and 22 runs scored…As a sophomore, drove in 20 runs and hit .403…Also played two years of basketball and ran one year of indoor track…Personal: Born March 25, 1993…Started playing softball at age 8…Lists Derek Jeter as her favorite athlete…Majoring in journalism.
2012 3 2013 6 Totals 9
AB 2 6 8
0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 1 0-0 0 1 .167 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0 1 .111 0 0 0 0 1 3 0-0
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PLAYER PROFILES E RIN
T RIPP I JUNIOR, 5-5, CATCHER LYNDHURST, NJ/PARAMUS CATHOLIC
Third season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Served as the starting catcher as a sophomore and is expected to fill that role again this season…2013: NFCA first-team All-Northeast Region pick…First-team All-Colonial Athletic Association pick for second consecutive season…Named the CAA Player of the Week on April 2…Batted .315 with five home runs and 46 RBIs with a .500 slugging percentage…Caught every pitch in helping pitcher Olivia Galati earn NFCA second team All-America honors…Registered 14 multi-hit games and posted a .994 fielding percentage as a backstop…Batted .434 in CAA games, driving in 22 runs in 23 games…. Hit .300 with two doubles in three CAA Tournament games…Hit a grand slam as part of a two-homer game in which she had six RBIs at Drexel on April 7…Drove in four runs and hit her first career triple at Seton Hall on April 16…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2012: First-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection…All-CAA Rookie team pick… NFCA second-team All-Northeast Region pick… Appeared in 51 games, making 41 starts…Batted .280 with four home runs and 31 RBIs…In CAA play, hit .302 with a .566 slugging percentage…Did not commit a single error with six starts at catcher and 44 total chances…Hit her first two career home runs on the same day, going deep in both ends of a doubleheader at Georgia State on March 24…Batted .500 in the CAA Tournament, going 4-for-8 with two runs scored and a RBI during the championship run…Registered seven multi-hit games…Drove in a career-high three runs against Towson on April 28…High School: Played four years of varsity softball for Paramus Catholic High School where she was named first-team all-county for three years…As a senior, earned first-team all-league honors…Was a two-time second-team all-state selection in her junior and senior seasons…Personal: Born March 28, 1993…Started playing softball at age 13…Majoring in business…Lists The Outsiders as her favorite book… Chose Hofstra for its academics and for its softball program…Also recruited by Fordham, Tennessee and Oklahoma…Management major.
2012 51 2013 59 Totals 110
AVG. RBI 2B 3B
HR BB SO SB
125 29 35 .280 31 6 0 168 32 53 .315 46 14 1 293 61 88 .300 77 20 1
4 17 20 0-0 5 26 19 0-0 9 43 39 0-0
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JUNIOR, 5-10, PITCHER CHARLOTTE, NC/ NORTH MECKLENBURG/ARMY
First season on the Hofstra Softball roster after transferring from Army…Previous College: Pitched two seasons for the Black Knights…Leaves Army as the program’s all-time leader in wins with 62 and second in strikeouts with 429…Posted a .689 winning percentage at West Point…2013: NFCA Northeast Region secondteam selection…All-Patriot League pick…Went 29-14 with a 2.40 ERA and six shutouts as a sophomore…Posted 196 strikeouts in 294 2/3 innings…Named the MVP of the Patriot League Tournament, throwing back-to-back shutouts (a one-hitter and two-hitter) against Lehigh to help Army win the championship and earn a NCAA Tournament berth…2012: Named the Patriot League’s Pitcher of the Year and Rookie of the Year after going 33-16 with a 2.25 ERA as a freshman…NFCA Northeast Region second-team selection… All-Patriot League selection…First player in league history to garner both pitcher and rookie of the year accolades…Set program records with 237 strikeouts, 33 wins, 56 appearances and 327 innings pitched…High School: Played varsity softball for three seasons at North Mecklenburg High School…Posted a 0.97 ERA as senior, going 20-4 with a school-record 301 strikeouts…Threw 14 shutouts and a no-hitter in earning first-team all-state honors…Garnered the district’s pitcher of the year award as was as the regional co-pitcher of the year…Finished high school career as a three-time first-team all-district honoree…A three-time all-star as selected by the Charlotte Observer… Led North Mecklenburg to three conference championship and three consecutive appearances in the state tournament…Played for the clublevel Virginia Shamrocks Gold and also Jersey Intensity…Personal: Born Feb. 20, 1993…Has one brother…Started playing softball at age 5…Finance major.
P IRONE JUNIOR, 5-10, PITCHER NEW ROCHELLE, NY/ THE URSULINE SCHOOL/FORDHAM
First season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Previous College: Played two seasons for Fordham University…2013: Went 2-1 in 14 appearances for the Rams…Tied for the team lead with two saves...Pitched two perfect innings to grab the save against Maine… Registered a three-inning save against Iona (4/23)...Notched wins in back-to-back games against St. Bonaventure, striking out three batters in each outing…2012: Went 4-5 with two shutouts as a freshman… Earned her first career win in a complete game shutout against Central Michigan….Also shut out James Madison…High School: Played five seasons of varsity softball for the Ursuline School…Was a three-time all-state selection and a four-time all-league, all-section and all-county honoree…Garnered a NFCA East Region All-America honor…Named a top-three finalist for the Gatorade Player of the Year for New York State after posting a 0.75 ERA and 171 strikeouts in 149 inning as a senior. She also hit .403, slugged .76 and drove in a team-high 37 runs…Hit .440 as a junior with 34 RBIs while registering a 0.36 ERA and 157 strikeouts (in 117 2/3 innings) as a junior…Captained the Jersey Inferno Gold club team...Won the Italian Achievement Award, the Ursuline Servium Award as well as both the Thomas “Skip” Walsh Award and the Thomas A. Murphy Award…Personal: Born July 27, 1993…Started playing softball at age 7… Lists Mike Trout, Derek Jeter and Alex Morgan as her favorite athletes…Majoring in sociology with a minor in communications. YEAR GP/GS W-L SV ERA I.P. R ER H SO BB HB 2012* 22/10 4-5 0 4.10 71.2 50 42 104 29 13 5 2013* 14/2 2-1 2 4.46 26.2 22 17 44 14 6 3 Totals 36/12 6-6 2 4.20 98.1 72 59 148 43 19 8
YEAR GP/GS W-L SV ERA I.P. R ER H SO BB HB 2012* 56/51 33-16 1 2.25 327.0 132 105 293 237 134 22 2013* 45/42 29-14 0 2.40 294.2 115 101 229 196 120 26 Totals 101/93 62-30 1 2.32 621.2 247 206 522 433 254 48
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B AIL E Y SOPHOMORE 5-6, OUTFIELD ELIZABETHTOWN, PA/ ELIZABETHTOWN AREA
Second season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Became the starting right fielder as a freshman…2013: NFCA First-team All-Northeast Region selection… First-team All-Colonial Athletic Association pick…Named to the CAA All-Rookie team…Started all 59 games, batting a team-high .360…Finished fourth in the CAA with a .669 slugging percentage…Led the CAA with 17 doubles and five triples… Hit nine home runs and drove in 43 runs en route to compiling 117 total bases, which was the team’s second-highest total…Almost half (31) of her 63 total hits went for extra-bases…Stole three bases and committed just one error all season for a .971 fielding percentage… Posted a Hofstra-high 18-game on-base streak…Went 2-for-3 with a run scored and three RBIs in her NCAA debut versus Arkansas on Feb. 15…Hit first career home run later that same day versus Tulsa… Hit a team-best .436 in CAA play with a .800 slugging percentage in driving in 14 runs in 20 conference games…Recorded first career two home-run game resulted in a season-high four RBIs versus Delaware on April 14… Hit a three-run home run and scored twice in a win at nationally ranked Missouri to set up an elimination game in the NCAA Regional on May 19…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient… High School: Played four years of varsity softball at Elizabethtown Area High School…Was a Pennsylvania Gatorade State Player of the Year nominee as a senior…named the Lancaster-Lebanon League Player of the Year…Was a three-time Elizabethtown Booster Club Offensive Player of the Year...Also was a three-time PIAA First Team All-State selection as a catcher…As a sophomore, helped the Bears to the Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 2 championship and a PIAA District 3 title…Batted higher than .400 in each of her four seasons, racking up a .525 average with 12 home runs, 39 RBIs and 37 runs scored as a senior... Personal: Born Oct. 17, 1994…Started playing softball at age 5…Exercise science major.
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C UZ Z O L A SOPHOMORE, 5-2, OUTFIELD/UTILITY LAGRANGEVILLE, NY/ARLINGTON
Second season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Served primarily as a pinch-runner as a freshman…2013: Played in 29 games as a reserve… Did not make a plate appearance but still scored 13 runs in a pinchrunning role…Went 2-for-3 in stolen base attempts…Made collegiate debut by scoring a run versus Arkansas on Feb. 15…Stole her first career base at Drexel on April 6…Scored a run in Hofstra’s seriessweeping win over James Madison on April 28…Appeared in two of Hofstra’s three CAA Tournament games…Made a pinch-running appearance against Oregon State in the NCAA Regional on May 18… High School: Played four years of varsity softball at Arlington High School…Was a two-time all-league award-winner…Named all-section as a senior as well as a winner of the softball sportsmanship award… Was an all-section honorable mention as a junior…Also played three years of field hockey…Personal: Born Aug. 31, 1994…Started playing softball at age 4… Aspires to be an athletic trainer for a professional sports team…Exercise science major. YEAR G AB R H AVG. RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO SB 2013 29 0 13 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-3
YEAR G AB R H AVG. RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO SB 2013 59 175 29 63 .360 43 17 5 9 12 26 3-4
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SOPHOMORE, 5-6, OUTFIELD/DESIGNATED PLAYER PRINCE FREDERICK, MD/HUNTINGTOWN
Second season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Emerged as the team’s primary leadoff hitter and designated player as a freshman…2013: NFCA second-team All-Northeast Region selection…Named to the CAA All-Rookie team…Played in 55 games, making 53 starts…Notched a .316 batting average with a team-leading eight stolen bases…Scored 29 runs and handled all 16 chances as a left fielder when not serving as the designated player…Batted .323 in conference play…Led Hofstra with a .455 averaging in the conference tournament, going 5-for-11 with two runs scored and a stolen base to earn a spot on the All-CAA championship team…Picked up first career hit and run scored versus Arkansas on Feb. 15…Had three hits in a game on five occasions, including three against league opponents… Reached on single to left and scored a run in Hofstra’s 2-1 CAA championship-winning game versus James Madison on May 10… Registered two multi-hit games in NCAA Regional play, picking up four total hits in seven at-bats against Oregon State and Missouri from May 17-18…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…High School: Played four years of varsity softball at Huntingtown High School…Was a four-time All Southern Maryland Athletic Conference selection…Named to the Washington Post All-Metropolitan First Team as a senior and was a two-time second-team pick…As a junior, earned Louisville Slugger NFCA South Region first-team honors…Batted .556 over four seasons and finished career 84-for-85 on stolen base attempts…Personal: Born Aug. 18, 1994…Started playing softball at age 8…Mother, Dawn, ran track at East Carolina from 1987-90…Lists the Great Gatsby as her favorite book…Psychology major. YEAR G AB R H AVG. RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO SB 2013 55 177 29 56 .316 5 0 0 0 9 25 8-12
HA W KI NS SOPHOMORE, 5-8, FIRST BASE/PITCHER EASTON, MD/EASTON
Second season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Became the starting first baseman as a freshman while also emerging as Hofstra’s No. 2 pitcher…2013: Named to the CAA All-Rookie team…Appeared in 58 games, making 57 starts…Batted .335 with four home runs and 28 RBIs…Recorded a .397 on-base percentage and a .532 slugging percentage…Went 3-0 in three starts as a pitcher, posting a 0.53 ERA with 10 strikeouts in 13 1/3 innings…Posted an 11-game hitting streak that was the longest of the season for the Pride…Hit first career home run with a 2-for-3; four-RBI effort versus UConn on March 17… Named the CAA’s Rookie of the Week on April 19 after hitting .455 with five extra-base hits in 11 at-bats, lining three doubles and her first career triple in the Hofstra Invitational while collecting 13 total bases and notching a 1.182 slugging percentage…Went 2-for-2 with four RBIs versus James Madison on April 28…Hit a solo home run in the 10th inning to break a tie in eliminating Pac-12-member Oregon State in the NCAA Columbia Regional on May 18…Allowed just one earned run in 4 1/3 innings to win her first collegiate start at Seton Hall on April 16…Threw four scoreless innings in a start against LIU and Fairfield, respectively, to earn non-conference victories…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…High School: Played four years of varsity softball at Easton High School… Was a two-time softball player of the year for the Warriors…As a senior, set the home run record for Easton…Named the North Bayside Player of the Year as a junior…Was her school’s offensive MVP and a North Bayside first-team selection as a freshman and sophomore…Graduated in the top-five percent of her class…Personal: Born July 4, 1994…Started playing softball at age 7…Undecided major. YEAR G AB R H AVG. RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO SB 2013 58 158 25 53 .335 28 15 2 4 15 19 0-0
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S MI T H SOPHOMORE, 5-4, INFIELD SEAFORD, DE/SUSSEX TECHNICAL
Second season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Served primarily as a pinch-hitter and spot starter as a freshman…2013: Appeared in 20 games, making four starts…Slugged .704 with three home runs and five RBIs in just 27 at-bats…Collected her first collegiate hit as a pinch-hitter against UConn on March 17…Also hit first career home run in a pinch-hit role versus CCSU later that same day…Hit a pinchhit home run at Drexel on April 7…Went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and two doubles in first career start versus Delaware on April 14… Hit a three-run home run in a start at Seton Hall on April 16…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…High School: Played four years of varsity softball at Sussex Technical High School…Named the Gatorade Softball Player of the Year in Delaware after leading the Ravens to an 18-4 record with a 1.25 ERA and 165 strikeouts against 26 walks in 140 1/3 innings. She was equally impressive at the plate, batting .554 with 11 doubles and 11 RBIs while recording a .723 slugging percentage and a .655 on-base percentage….A two-time allstate selection, she racked up three first-team all-conference selections in her career along with all-conference second-team honors as a freshman…Also was successful in the classroom, making the honor roll four times while finishing with a 3.66 GPA as a senior…Personal: Born May 26, 1994…Started playing softball at age 8…Plans to attend law school…Legal studies in business major. YEAR G AB R H AVG. RBI 2B 3B HR BB SO SB 2013 20 27 6 8 .296 5 2 0 3 5 9 0-0
C L ARK FRESHMAN, 5-10, INFIELD ROCHESTER, NY/VICTOR
First season on the Hofstra Softball roster…High School: Played varsity softball at Victor High School…Batted .479 with six home runs and 34 RBIs to earn first-team all-league honors as a senior…Named Section V Co-Player of the Year and a second-team All-New York State selection in leading the Blue Devils to a league title…Batted .302 with three home runs and 21 RBIs as a junior…Earned a second-team allleague selection after hitting .429 with three home runs and 24 RBIs as a sophomore…Batted .485 with four home runs and 27 RBIs as a freshman, garnering first-team all-league honors…Also played for the club-level Battery Lightning Gold…Personal: Born March 24, 1995… Started playing softball at age 4…Lists David Wright as her favorite athlete…Health education major.
PES L AK FRESHMAN, 5-10, PITCHER LIVINGSTON, NJ/LIVINGSTON
First season on the Hofstra Softball roster…High School: Played four seasons of varsity softball for Livingston High School…Led the Lancers to two Essex County championship and two SEC regular season titles…Was a two-time first-team all-state selection…Garnered four first-team all-county nods…Posted a 72-10 career record with 803 strikeouts in 495 innings… Finished career with a 0.59 ERA and a .395 batting average…Graduated as the school’s all-time leader in wins and strikeouts…Named Livingston’s female Athlete of the Year as a senior…Named Essex County’s Player of the Year as a junior…Also played for the club-level Team Long Island… Graduated in the top 10 percent of her class…Personal: Born Oct. 21, 1994…Started playing softball at age 8…Volunteers for town youth softball programs and also for CHOW program for the homeless…Majoring in political science with a minor in philosophy.
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FRESHMAN, 5-3, PITCHER LUMBERTON, NJ/ RANCOCAS VALLEY REGIONAL
First season on the Hofstra Softball roster…Will miss the 2014 season due to injury…High School: Played four years of varsity softball for Rancocas Valley Regional…Served as a two-year captain…Helped the Red Devils to three Liberty Division championships…Named All-Burlington County and all-division as a senior…Played on her county’s Carpenter Cup team in a tournament sponsored by the Philadelphia Phillies…Chosen to represent South Jersey in the North vs. South All-Star game…Named MVP of the South Jersey Elite High School Softball Tournament as a junior…Also played for the club-level Pennsbury Gems 18U Gold and the NJ Mystics Gold…Personal: Born June 2, 1995…Started playing softball at age 11… Member of the National Honor Society in high school…Psychology major.
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S INA CORI FRESHMAN, 5-6, CATCHER WANTAGH, NY/WANTAGH
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TR A NS UE FRESHMAN, 5-6, INFIELD CHENANGO, NY/CHENANGO FORKS
First season on the Hofstra Softball roster…High School: Played varsity softball and basketball for Chenango Forks High School…Was a fourtime Class B all-state selection, earning the honor as a center fielder as a freshman and three straight selections as a shortstop…Named an all-conference shortstop as a senior after batting .562…Garnered an all-conference selection as a utility player in her junior season after she hit .750…Also earned all-conference nods as a freshman and sophomore…Hit .478 as an eighth-grader, .367 as a freshman and .525 as a sophomore…Also produced a standout basketball career, setting a program record with 1,008 points…Also played for the club team Conklin Raiders…Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1994…Started playing softball at age 7…Volunteers with the Special Olympics…Lists Derek Jeter as her favorite athlete…Health education major.
First season on the Hofstra Softball roster…High School: Played three seasons of varsity softball for Wantagh High School…Earned allconference honors as a catcher in her senior season after hitting .420 with a .550 on-base percentage…Also garnered all-conference honors after hitting .445 with a team-leading 25 RBIs as a third baseman in her junior season…Batted .345 with 17 RBIs and a .450 on-base percentage in her sophomore campaign…Also played tennis for the Warriors…Played softball for the club-level Long Island Bandits…Personal: Born Sept. 19, 1995…Started playing softball at age 5…Volunteered with church groups and the Red Cross during Sandy relief efforts…Plans to become a physical education teacher and coach high school softball…Undecided major.
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THIS IS HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY
ofstra University provides a dynamic college experience tailored for engaged and ambitious individuals. Students find pride and purpose at Hofstra, through small classes, a faculty whose primary concern is teaching, cutting edge technology, extensive library resources, internships, and active and compelling educational programs that appeal to their interests and abilities. The Hofstra community is driven, dynamic and energetic, helping students find and focus their strengths to prepare them for a successful future. In its relatively short 78-year history, Hofstra has established itself as a world-class institution of higher education and cultural enterprise. Each academic year, the Hofstra campus and the programs offered grow and change to meet the demands of our students and our community.
Hofstra opened in 1935 as a commuter school with all classes and offices housed in one building. Since those early days, Hofstra has evolved into an international institution with a student body hailing from all 50 states and 66 countries around the world. The beautiful campus is an accredited arboretum with 115 buildings on 240 acres. There are approximately 3,800 students living on campus, and Hofstra offers them and all students an extensive array of academic and social activities. Additionally, Hofstra’s close proximity to Manhattan means that students have easy access to the wondrous cultural, social and career offerings of the city. While the campus and its offerings have changed, what has remained consistent throughout the years is the sense of community on campus, the eagerness of our students to learn and the commitment of the Hofstra faculty and administration to provide a challenging education that encourages the pursuit of lifelong learning. The Colleges and Schools of the University are: Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Honors College, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, School of Education, School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of Health Sciences and Human Services, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine at Hofstra University, School for University Studies and Hofstra University Continuing Education. Hofstra offers six undergraduate degrees in 140 different areas of study. Eleven graduate degrees are also offered with approximately 150 programs of study to choose from. The University offers three first professional degrees and 14 dual degrees as well. Hofstra joined with North Shore-LIJ Health System in establishing a medical school on the University campus in October 2007. The new school, which welcomed its first class in July 2011, is the first allopathic (MD) medical school in Nassau County and the first in New York State since 1963. On October 16, 2012, Hofstra hosted its second Presidential Debate, held in the “town hall” format, between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Hofstra also hosted the third and final presidential debate of the 2008 election cycle, between then Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain, on October 15, 2008. The debate was a transformational moment for the University, highlighting the achievements of our students and faculty and their engagement in the political process. Leading up to the first debate, students and the entire community were engaged by the year-long Educate ’08 program – almost 150 lectures, conferences, and events focused on the issues, history and politics of the presidency – followed by Define ’09, which looked at the first year of the Obama presidency.
The University continues to host important political events, such as the New York State Gubernatorial Debate in 2010 and a visit from Newark, NJ, Mayor Cory Booker to kick of the Debate 2012 - Pride, Politics & Policy program. Hofstra opened its School of Engineering and Applied Science in September 2012. The new school features a co-op education program that will partner with a network of industry leaders to offer students substantial work experience before they graduate. The School of Engineering and Applied Science will combine and expand the University’s existing Engineering and Computer Science departments to develop a curriculum that emphasizes high-tech research, practical work experience and inter-disciplinary study, integrating resources and faculty from other parts of the institution, including the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and the Frank G. Zarb School of Business. Hofstra’s Lawrence Herbert School of Communication is one of the largest, most advanced non-commercial television facilities in the East. Students take classes and work in a sophisticated television production/post-production facility with two broadcast-quality studios and control rooms; two advanced online video edit suites; two Avid non-linear digital editing systems and several cuts-only video work stations. Two satellite dishes are available with one dish providing special news feeds for the broadcast journalism room, which also has access to Associated Press, Lexis-Nexis and Dow Jones services. In addition, the facility is capable of broadcasting student-produced programming to the entire campus on our own cable channels. Also located here is the University’s radio station (WRHU/88.7-FM), audio production studios, a film/video screening room, film editing rooms, a computer laboratory, a speech performance studio and a large dance studio. Hofstra’s C.V. Starr Hall offers academic facilities that are among the most technologically advanced in the nation. Every seat in every classroom allows students direct access to the Internet and Hofstra network, including the resources of Hofstra’s Axinn Library. Hofstra’s growing computer facilities offer extensive high-tech training opportunities. There are computer terminals throughout the campus for student and faculty use, with more than 750 PC, Macintosh and UNIX workstations available in labs and classrooms. Hofstra hosts more than 500 cultural events annually, bringing thousands of scholars, dignitaries and other participants to campus.
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THIS IS HOFS TRA UNI VERSI TY More than 200 musical and dramatic performances take place on campus each year. The Hofstra Museum, which houses one of the largest art collections in the metropolitan area, coordinates approximately eight exhibitions annually and offers exhibition areas and an extensive outdoor sculpture collection, with 750 pieces. The Hofstra Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums – one of only 94 universities in the nation and one of six in New York to hold that distinction. Hofstra also has six theaters, a student newspaper, a lively student center, a recently renovated recreation center and numerous athletic facilities, including the 13,000-seat James M. Shuart Stadium and the 5,023-seat David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. Hofstra also has an indoor, Olympic-sized (eight lane, 50-meter) swimming pool, one of the largest such facilities in the New York metropolitan area. The Hofstra athletics program competes on the NCAA Division I level and is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. The University sponsors 17 intercollegiate programs – eight men’s sports and nine women’s sports. Hofstra has men’s teams in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, golf, tennis, wrestling, soccer and cross country. Women’s sports include basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, cross country and golf. Hofstra’s academic programs are accredited by numerous national agencies and the University is one of only 280 schools, out of more than 3,600 colleges and universities nationwide, with a chapter of the national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Of Hofstra’s 1,135 faculty members, 517 are full time and 93 percent hold the highest degree in their
fields. The average undergraduate class size is 21 students, while student-faculty ratio is 14-to-1. Hofstra University is 100-percent program accessible to persons with disabilities, and has been cited as a national model for this achievement. NATIONAL RECOGNITION For the fourth straight year, Hofstra has been selected as one of Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For” receiving recognition for having an innovative and high quality teaching environment as well as clear requirements for tenure. Hofstra has also been named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education & Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary commitment to service and civic engagement on and off campus.
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Hofstra continues to be recognized by U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, Fiske, Washington Monthly, and Forbes on each of their Best College lists. The University was ranked in Tier One in US News & World Report at number 134, an improvement of 17 positions since the 2006 edition. Princeton Review has also recognized Hofstra for the 3rd year in their “Guide to Green Colleges”, which profiles colleges and universities committed to sustainability inside and outside the classroom. U.S. News & World Report has once again ranked The School of Education, the Frank G. Zarb School of Business, and the Maurice A. Deane School of Law as Best Graduate Schools, as well as recognized Hofstra’s graduate online programs in business, information technology, and education as top 100 programs. The Frank G. Zarb School of Business was also ranked among the top 75 M.B.A. programs by Forbes magazine, one of the top 5 Largest M.B.A. programs by Crain’s New York, and the undergraduate business program was ranked 117th in the country by U.S. News & World Report. The undergraduate engineering program was ranked at 57 in U.S. News & World Report ranking of non-doctoral engineering programs.
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Hofstra alumni Volumes available at Hofstra University Libraries
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tuart Rabinowitz was chosen by the Hofstra University Board of Trustees to serve as the eighth president of the University on December 20, 2000. Prior to his appointment, he served as dean of Hofstra University School of Law from September 1989 through June 2001. He joined the faculty of the School of Law in 1972. President Rabinowitz currently holds the Andrew M. Boas and Mark L. Claster Distinguished Professorship in Civil Procedure.
President Rabinowitz holds positions with a number of important government and community organizations, including the Judicial Advisory Council of the State of New York Unified Court System - County of Nassau, and the Nassau County Health and Welfare Council. He serves as a trustee of the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, and on the Board of Directors for the Fair Media Council and the Long Island Technology Network. President Rabinowitz is a former member of the Nassau County Blue Ribbon Financial Review Panel, former chair of the Nassau County Local Advisory Board, and a former member of the Board of Directors of the Long Island Association. Additionally, President Rabinowitz served as a member of the Nassau County Commission on Government Revision, which was charged with drafting a new charter and a new form of government for the County. He is the recipient of the Martin Luther King Living the Dream Award, EOC; Distinguished Service in the Cause of Justice, Legal Aid Society; UJA Federation Leadership Award; the Bar Association of Nassau County Proclamation for Outstanding Service to both the legal profession and the community; the Community Service Award from the Conference of Jewish Organizations of Nassau County; and the Alumni Association of the City College of New York 2005 Townsend Harris Medal. He has also been honored by the Long Island Software and Technology Network (LISTnet) and was the recipient of Networking magazine’s David Award. President Rabinowitz received a juris doctor, magna cum laude, from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a member of the board of editors of the Columbia Law Review and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He graduated from City College of New York with honors, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the American Law Institute.
PRESIDENT RABINOWITZ, HOFSTRA PRIDE CLUB BOARD MEMBER JAMES C. METZGER ’83 AND HOFSTRA PRIDE CLUB PRESIDENT E. DAVID WOYCIK ’77
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UNI VERSI TY SE NIOR ADMINIS TRATION/
As of January 2014 OFFICERS
M. PATRICIA ADAMSKI Senior Vice President for Planning and Administration
Janis M. Meyer,* Chair James E. Quinn,* Vice Chair Peter G. Schiff, Vice Chair David S. Mack,* Secretary Stuart Rabinowitz, President ____________________
JESSICA EADS Vice President for Enrollment Services
JOSEPH M. BARKWILL Vice President for Facilities and Operations
DOLORES FREDRICH, ESQ. Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel
SANDRA S. JOHNSON Vice President for Student Affairs
DR. HERMAN BERLINER Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
RICHARD V. GUARDINO, JR., ESQ. Vice President for Business Development
ROBERT W. JUCKIEWICZ Vice President for Information Technology
Alan J. Bernon* Tejinder Bindra Robert F. Dall* Steven J. Freiberg* Arno H. Fried Martin B. Greenberg* Leo A. Guthart Peter S. Kalikow* Arthur J. Kremer Diana E. Lake* Karen L. Lutz John D. Miller* Marilyn B. Monter* Martha S. Pope Julio A. Portalatin* Edwin C. Reed Robert D. Rosenthal* Debra A. Sandler* Thomas J. Sanzone* Leonard H. Shapiro Joseph Sparacio* Frank G. Zarb* DELEGATES Stuart L. Bass,* Chair, University Senate Executive Committee Tanya Levy-Odom,* President, Alumni Organization William F. Nirode, Speaker of the Faculty Andrea Standrowicz, President, Student Government Association Ron Singh, Vice President, Student Government Association Eugene Maccarrone,* Chair, University Senate Planning James M. Shuart,* President Emeritus
STEPHANIE BUSHEY Vice President for Institutional Research and Assessment
JEFFREY A. HATHAWAY Vice President and Director of Athletics
MELISSA CONNOLLY Vice President for University Relations
CATHERINE HENNESSY Vice President for Financial Affairs and Treasurer
ALAN J. KELLY Vice President for Development
Wilbur Breslin, Trustee Emeritus Emil V. Cianciulli,* Chair Emeritus John J. Conefry, Jr., Chair Emeritus Maurice A. Deane,* Chair Emeritus George G. Dempster,* Chair Emeritus Joseph L. Dionne,* Trustee Emeritus Helene Fortunoff, Chair Emerita Lawrence Herbert,* Trustee Emeritus Florence Kaufman, Trustee Emerita Walter B. Kissinger, Trustee Emeritus Ann M. Mallouk,* Chair Emerita Thomas H. O’Brien, Trustee Emeritus Arnold A. Saltzman, Trustee Emeritus Norman R. Tengstrom,* Trustee Emeritus * Hofstra Alumni
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JEFFREY A. HAT HAWAY
VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF ATHLE TICS at the school from 1990 to 2001. In his two years away from the Storrs campus, Hathaway enjoyed a successful tenure as the director of athletics at Colorado State University from 2001 to 2003. During Hathaway’s career, he has always made the academic success of student-athletes a top priority. In the classroom, more than 50% of UConn’s 650 student-athletes achieved a 3.0 “B-or better” semester grade point average during the spring and/or fall semesters of the 2010 calendar year, including 16 who earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average. In addition, the Division of Athletics consistently maintained a 99 percent academic retention rate among its student-athletes.
effrey A. Hathaway is in his second year as the Vice President and Director of Athletics at Hofstra University in 2013-14.
Hathaway, formerly the Director of Athletics at the University of Connecticut and the chairman of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, was introduced by Hofstra University President Stuart Rabinowitz on May 15, 2012. “In collegiate athletics, the name Jeff Hathaway means success on any number of levels: in the classroom, on the playing field, in the boardroom, with donors and the media. Most importantly, Jeff’s focus on excellence, ethics, leadership and academics will allow the Hofstra Pride athletics program to move to the next level of excellence,” said Rabinowitz. “His tenure at the University of Connecticut was one of unprecedented growth, and under his leadership, we look forward to ushering in a new era of Hofstra Pride athletic success.” “I am excited to join the Hofstra University community and to have the opportunity to provide leadership and serve the studentathletes, coaches and staff in this outstanding athletics program,” commented Hathaway at his introductory press conference. “I particularly would like to thank President Stuart Rabinowitz for allowing me to become part of the Hofstra University family. Throughout my career I have been part of programs that have competed against Hofstra and I have seen firsthand the success the Pride has had over the years. My primary focus will be on the academic achievement of our student-athletes and providing them the opportunity to participate and achieve in
their academic and athletic endeavors as we prepare them for their lives after graduation from Hofstra.” In his first year at Hofstra, Hathaway oversaw a department that produced four Colonial Athletic Association championship and NCAA Tournament teams, as well as two other teams that reached the conference championship game. In addition, Hofstra Athletics saw three student-athletes earn Academic All-America accolades and five garner CAA ScholarAthlete of the Year honors. On of those Academic All-Americans, Joe Burg, also was a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship in 2012, becoming just the second Hofstra student to ever earn the distinction. The Pride not only flourished on the fields and in the classroom, but also in the area of athletic development. The Hofstra Pride Club enjoyed a banner year with $1.1 million in cash funds raised, a 13% increase over 201112, and a 16% increase in annual funds. In 2013 Hathaway was named to the NCAA Division I Leadership Council, continuing his long tradition of service on a national level. Hathaway guided the University of Connecticut (UConn) Division of Athletics through an unprecedented period of academic and athletic achievement during his eight years as director of athletics from 2003 to 2011. At the same time, he became an influential leader for college athletics on both the national and conference level. Hathaway played a vital role in UConn’s success story for nearly 20 years as he was the executive associate director of athletics
The University of Connecticut was saluted for its community service efforts by the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS) three times under Hathaway’s watch for its community service efforts. UConn was also honored by the NCAS in 2006 and 2007 for its efforts to assist former student-athletes in earning their college degree. Hathaway’s leadership positions have extended beyond the campus. He recently completed a five-year term as a member of the prestigious NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, representing the BIG EAST Conference, serving as chair in 201112. As a member of the 10-person committee, Hathaway took part in the selection and administration of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship and the administration of the CBS/Turner television contract. During his tenure at both Colorado State and UConn, he was a member of the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet. On the conference level, Hathaway was the chair of the BIG EAST Athletic Directors Executive Committee through November of 2009. He is also past chairman of the BIG EAST Championship and Competition Committee as well as the league’s Finance Committee, and also served on the Television Committee. Hathaway is a past member of the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). In 2004 The Sporting News named Hathaway to its “Power 100 List” - comprised of the 100 most powerful people in sports. During his time at the University of Connecticut, private fundraising averaged more than $13 million a year. Hathaway was also responsible negotiating several key
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JEFFREY A. HAT HAWAY
VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF ATHLE TICS revenue and partnership agreements, securing major gifts, and guiding the building of two LEED certified athletic facilities, UConn’s first, which received recognition from the University and from the Connecticut Real Estate Exchange.
W HAT T HEY ARE SAYING AB OU T
Hathaway led a head coaching staff that is one of the most experienced in the country. At the conclusion of Hathaway’s tenure, UConn had 12 head coaches that had been in their current position 10 or more years as of the 2010-11 academic year.
PHILIP E. AUSTIN, President Emeritus, University of Connecticut “I had the pleasure of working with Jeff Hathaway through my tenure as president of the University of Connecticut. He was a valuable member of our senior leadership team and led the athletic program to its most successful era. Jeff is committed to not only athletic excellence but also academic excellence, integrity and the overall welfare of student athletes.”
In Hathaway’s final year with UConn, the Huskies experienced great athletic success. The men’s basketball team won its third NCAA Division I Championship while the football team played in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. In addition, the women’s basketball team played in the NCAA Final Four for the fourth consecutive season and set a college basketball record for most consecutive wins with 90. The UConn baseball team made history with its first-ever appearance in NCAA Super Regional play. The men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey teams participated in NCAA tournaments while representatives from men’s and women’s track and field and women’s diving also took part in NCAA action.
JOSEPH R. CASTIGLIONE, Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics, University of Oklahoma “From our days in college to the many years as colleagues in the profession, I have always known Jeff Hathaway to be a man of character. He has a tenacious work ethic, an innate ability to establish the right vision, mission and values for the organization he leads and a collaborative style to appropriately involve all stakeholders in the process of setting goals and creating the means to achieve them. At the heart of it all is a passionate commitment to creating the best possible environment for student athlete success. Hofstra University made a wonderful decision in hiring Jeff.”
Hathaway originally came to Connecticut in November of 1990 as senior associate athletic director. In that role, he oversaw the day-to-day operations of the Division of Athletics and served as a program administrator for several sports. During Hathaway’s tenure at Colorado State, he oversaw a 15-sport program – nine women’s teams and six men’s. Hathaway was an extremely successful fundraiser during his time in Fort Collins. The school drew national attention for a $15.2 million gift for football stadium renovations and expansion. Prior to joining UConn, Hathaway served in a number of capacities at his alma mater, the University of Maryland, from 1982 to 1990, including assistant athletics director for marketing and communications, acting assistant athletics director for business affairs, athletics business manager and men’s basketball trainer. Hathaway earned his degree in athletic administration from Maryland in 1981. He later received a master’s degree in general administration from Maryland and is currently continuing work on a PhD in the Department of Educational Leadership at the University of Connecticut. Hathaway and his wife, Paula, have two children – Meghan (22) and Michael (18).
JEFFREY A. HAT HAWAY
MARK EMMERT, President, National Collegiate Athletic Association “Jeff did a tremendous job as a member and later chair of the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. His efforts directly contributed to lifelong experiences for thousands of student-athletes. I’m confident that he will bring the same dedication and passion to the athletic program and the student-athletes of Hofstra.” JIM NANTZ, CBS Sports “I have known Jeff Hathaway a long time and there is no one I respect more in college athletics than Jeff Hathaway. This is a big day for Hofstra University and the future of Hofstra has been placed in good hands. Jeff is a high-achieving, high-quality person that I have gotten to know well during his tenure as the Chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. Jeff’s success as a leader speaks for itself. He has the Midas touch!” MIKE SLIVE, Commissioner, Southeastern Conference “I have known Jeff Hathaway for many years and had the pleasure of serving with him on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee. Jeff’s extensive experience, his enthusiasm and his energy makes him a leader no matter what room he is in. His commitment to assisting young men and women in getting an education while participating in college sports make him an outstanding choice as Hofstra’s new athletics director.” MIKE TRANGHESE, former Commissioner, Big East Conference “Jeff is an outstanding administrator who will provide Hofstra with great leadership in the future. He has long been a leader in collegiate athletics and Hofstra will do well with Jeff at the helm. ” TOM YEAGER, Commissioner, Colonial Athletic Association “Jeff Hathaway is one of the brightest, creative and competent administrators in college athletics. Everyone in the CAA is excited about his joining our team and we look forward to his contribution to the continued success of the Hofstra program and the CAA.” KEVIN WHITE, Vice President/Director of Athletics, Duke University “Hofstra literally hit the proverbial lottery! Hiring Jeff Hathaway as vice president and director of athletics – a highly seasoned athletic director who is clearly one of the most skilled and talented administrators within the NCAA – is nothing short of an immeasurable leadership acquisition!”
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AT HLE TIC ADMINIS TRATION AND
HE AD COACHES
PETE ALFANO Cross Country Coach
ROB ANSPACH Wrestling Coach
CHRISSY ARNONE Assistant Director of Athletics/Marketing and Promotions
JAY ARTINIAN Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Facilities
RACHEL AUGUST Assistant Director of Athletics/ Administration
CATHY AULL Athletic Department Secretary
ANN BALLER Associate Director of Athletic Facilities
DR. MICHAEL BARNES Faculty Athletics Representative
JAMES BARONE Assistant Director of Athletic Development
BRIAN BERT Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
BRIAN BOHL Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications
JOHN CONSIDINE Assistant Equipment Manager
TARA COPPOLA Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities
MAREN CROWLEY Women’s Golf Coach
KATHY DE ANGELIS Field Hockey Coach
BILL EDWARDS Softball Coach
JOE ELLIOTT Men’s Golf Coach
STEPHEN GORCHOV Associate Director of Athletics/ Communications
Athletic Facilities Coordinator
MARIA CORVINO COURTENEY CREWS Assistant Director of Assistant Director of Athletics/Ticket Operations Athletic Development
DAVID FERNANDEZ Athletic Facilities Coordinator
KRISTINA HERNANDEZ Volleyball Coach
JIM FURLONG Director of Athletic Development
COLM KENNEDY Associate Director of Athletic Facilities
JIM GIBBONS DOUG GILLIES Associate Director of Athletic Facilities CoorAthletics/NCAA Education dinator and Compliance Services
Women’s Basketball Coach
JAMES LALLY Assistant Director of Athletics/ Student-Athlete Services and Life Skills Development
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AT HLE TIC ADMINIS TRATION AND
HE AD COACHES
LAUREN LEO Director of Tennis
CINDY LEWIS Senior Associate Director of Athletics
RICHARD NUTTALL Men’s Soccer Coach
JEANNE O’KEEFE Athletic Department Secretary
Associate Dean of University Advisement
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
DAVID SALOMON Athletic Facilities Coordinator
DIANE SCHUERLEIN Athletic Department Secretary
JIM SHEEHAN Senior Sports Information Director
HARRIET TEITLE Athletic Department Secretary
MICHELLE SPATERELLA SAMANTHA SWEENEY Assistant Dean Assistant Director of of Advisement Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services
DAVE WALSH Assistant Equipment Manager
EVAN MALINGS Head Athletic Trainer
DINO MATTESSICH Deputy Director of Athletics
JOE MIHALICH Men’s Basketball Coach
KEVIN MURGA Athletic Facilities Coordinator
SIMON RIDDIOUGH Women’s Soccer Coach
JOHN RUSSO Baseball Coach
LEN SKOROS Director of Athletic Publications
CLARICE SMITH Athletic Department Secretary
SHANNON SMITH Women’s Lacrosse Coach
KATHY THEILING Equipment Manager
SETH TIERNEY Men’s Lacrosse Coach
HAILE URQUHART Director of Ticket Sales
RACHEL PEEL-MACANDREW JAMES PRENDERGAST
RYAN WATSON Associate Director of Athletic Facilities
IRENE WYMES WINNIE WYMES Ticket Office Graduate Assistant Athletic Department Secretary
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DR. MICHAEL YORIO Medical Director
ATHLE TIC ACADEMIC SUPPOR T
ofstra University is committed to the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence. The University views participation in intercollegiate athletics as benefiting the student-athlete in an educationally enhancing experience beyond any other opportunity available. Hofstra also realizes the time commitment made by student-athletes and has committed the facilities and resources to support all students.
The University Tutorial Program (UTP) provides free tutoring in every subject area to any Hofstra student. Students are able to obtain up to 1 1/2 hours of individual tutorial assistance per week for up to three courses. They are also able to utilize the various help labs on campus, which specialize in providing assistance in writing, business and QM, and biology and chemistry. In addition to this service, student-athletes are assigned an academic advisor, through the Center for University Advisement, who helps address the various needs of student‑athletes. The academic advisor emphasizes four areas in their efforts to ensure the academic success of Hofstra’s student-athletes. Area one is academic counseling. Services are provided in the areas of academic planning, career planning, personal counseling, and campus and community referrals. The advisor also meets with prospective student‑athletes, at the coach’s request, to share the many benefits of a Hofstra University education.
Area two is academic advising. The academic advisor serves as the primary advisor for firstyear and undecided student-athletes, and also assists upperclassmen who have declared a major. Area three is academic monitoring. The advisor monitors the academic progress of student‑athletes to ensure compliance with Hofstra University, NCAA and conference regulations. The advisor’s regular communication with the faculty and coaches provide opportunities for early intervention should academic difficulties arise. Area four is study halls. The University Tutorial Program supports athletic study halls by providing tutors in various subjects as necessary. The academic advisors also assess the needs of individual student‑athletes to provide the most effective study environment. The assessment tool administered by the Center for University Advisement is also used to provide various enrichment seminars for the student‑athletes such as time management, writing skills, campus resources, and surviving the college transition. In 2010 The Fried Family Student-Athlete Development Center was opened on the second level of the James M. Shuart Stadium Building. The center houses the offices of the Student-Athlete Services Staff, as well as a large computer lab with printer access for use by Hofstra student-athletes, a quiet study area with wireless internet access and two group study/tutor rooms with power point access and white boards.
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AT HLE TIC TRAINING
hrough a comprehensive athletic training program, Hofstra University student-athletes are provided excellent health care during their time at the University. A coordinated effort between the University Health and Wellness Center, the Athletic Department and outside health care providers ensures every studentathlete the best medical attention possible. University student-athletes have direct access to a myriad of health care services. Managing the coverage of every practice and competition event is Hofstra University’s athletic training staff, which is led by Head Athletic Trainer Evan Malings and features six full-time athletic trainers and numerous student athletic trainers. The athletic trainers provide injury management, rehabilitation and treatment to the entire Athletic program. Utilizing three state-ofthe-art athletic training rooms, these professionals work tirelessly to ensure the safe participation of Hofstra’s student-athletes and to return injured athletes to play quickly and safely. Supporting the athletic trainers is medical director Dr. Michael Yorio and his team at Pro Health Care, Inc. Dr. Yorio is in his sixth year on Hofstra’s medical team. Yorio is an internist with specialized training in sports medicine. He earned his undergraduate degree at Villanova University, and received his medical degree from the SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse. Yorio previously served as a sports medicine fellow with the University of Maryland Orthopedics. Prior to that, he was a resident physician in internal medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Yorio was named the Director of Player Medical Services for the 2008 U.S. Open Tennis Tournament in Flushing, New York, and is on the medical staff for the New York Islanders. He also worked as a team physician for the University of Maryland from 2003 to 2005. Physical therapist John Finneran of Peak Performance also aids in Hofstra’s student-athlete care. Hofstra University sponsors a fully accredited, highly competitive undergraduate degree program for athletic training majors, in which Hofstra student athletic trainers participate in all aspects of the health care system.
EVAN MALINGS DR. MICHAEL YORIO Head Athletic Trainer Team Physician
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MARIE SILER Assistant Athletic Trainer
NE W YORK CI TY
About New York City…
Hofstra is located only 30 miles from New York City – the capital of culture and finance. You can visit Carnegie Hall, South Street Seaport, Hard Rock Café, Grand Central Station, Central Park, NBC Studios in Rockefeller Center, Little Italy or Chinatown.
• Study the world’s finest sculptures and paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. • Go and cheer along with the crowd at a Yankees, Mets, Rangers, Nets or Knicks game. • Wave at the TV cameras in the street-level studios of FOX, CNN, NBC, CBS or ABC. • Walk through the financial capital of the world at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street. • Take the subway to Coney Island for a Nathan’s hot dog and a ride on the Cyclone, the last of the great wooden rollercoasters. • Get half-priced tickets to Broadway’s finest shows at the TKTS booth in a new, glittering Times Square.
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ABOUT LONG ISLAND… ABOUT ISLAND… Long Island hasLONG a rich history as an active, vibrant community, a summer playground,
and home to some New York’s prominent Long Island has a of rich history as most an active, vibrantfamilies. community, a summer playground, and home to some of New York’s most prominent families. Five distinct regions make up Long Island: • North Shore, otherwise known as the Gold Coast, with dozens of historic sites dating back to colonial days and Gatsby-era mansions. • South Shore, the Island’s spectator sports and entertainment center, with worldfamous Jones and Fire Island Beaches, and home to the New York Islanders. • Central Suffolk, with beautiful forests and natural inlets, the world’s largest factory outlet center and a huge water park. • North Fork, with an array of vineyards, waterfront ports and farm stands. • South Fork, widely known as “The Hamptons,” with its pristine beaches and exclusive villages. You can catch a Hofstra shuttle bus to Jones Beach – a state park with six miles of gorgeous coastline, a boardwalk, swimming pools, golf and outdoor concerts. With everything from :
• museums, historical sites and lighthouses, • to sophisticated malls, designer outlets and shopping villages, • to wineries and farm stands, • to family fun parks, aquariums and zoos,
...there is plenty to do on Long Island!
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SOF TBALL FACILI TIES
HOFS TRA SOF TBALL S TADIUM
he Hofstra University Pride play and practice at the Hofstra Softball Stadium, located on the North Campus of Hofstra University. The Softball Stadium is located next to the Mack Sports Complex and across from the Hofstra Recreation Center. Since the Stadium opened, the Pride has a 273-51 record at home, including 130-14 against CAA opponents.
The Stadium, constructed in 2000, provides a fine setting for collegiate softball action. Construction included new sunken dugouts, new outfield sod, a press box on top of the bleachers behind home plate, batting cages next to the dugouts and a bullpen area. Bleacher seating behind home plate, from dugout to dugout, accommodates nearly 1,000 spectators. Field dimensions are 190 feet down the lines and 220 feet to centerfield. Banners commemorating Hofstra’s team achievements are displayed on the outfield fences, while plaques mounted to the facade of the Stadium showcase individual awards won by Hofstra Softball players. In 2011 lights were installed in the Stadium, which will allow for NCAA Regionals to return to campus and provide greater flexibility in scheduling during the regular season. Hofstra Softball Stadium has hosted 10 Colonial Athletic Association Championships, as well as NCAA Regionals in 2006, 2007 and 2008. It is also the site of the Catholic League High School Softball Championship and other high school events. One of the finest softball facilities in the metropolitan area, Hofstra’s Softball Stadium was also home to the New York Juggernaut of the National Pro Fastpitch League in the summer of 2005.
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SOF TBALL FACILI TIES
MACK SPORTS COMPLEX WEIGHT ROOM
he team also has the use of a state-of-the-art weight training facility. Located in the Mack Sports Complex, the weight room is outfitted with the most advanced strength training and cardiovascular equipment available.
HOFSTRA PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER/ HOFSTRA INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY
ofstra can avoid inclement weather by using the indoor Physical Education Center, which is equipped with pitching machines and batting cages. The Pride also has use of the indoor practice facility that was formerly owned by the New York Jets. The 50-yard turf field gives Hofstra a unique practice environment. The practice bubble is located on the North Campus, behind the Mack Sports Complex.
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2013 S TATIS TICS Overall: 46-13
Player Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B Caryn Bailey .360 59-59 175 29 63 17 Tessa Ziemba .349 53-53 172 45 60 14 Maggie Hawkins .335 58-57 158 25 53 15 Jess Hirschbuhl .329 59-59 158 42 52 7 Chloe Fitzgerald .316 55-53 177 29 56 0 Erin Trippi .315 59-59 168 32 53 14 Becca Bigler .297 59-59 155 41 46 8 Tori Rocha .285 56-56 158 35 45 4 Olivia Galati .284 44-44 109 18 31 5 D.J. Slugh .219 58-53 64 8 14 2 Lindsey Reid .353 14-3 17 6 6 1 Kim Smith .296 20-4 27 6 8 2 Danielle Bitts .167 6-0 6 0 1 0 Ashley Ainbinder .136 21-2 22 0 3 0 Nicole Osovski .125 22-10 8 0 1 0 Alyssa Cuzzola .000 29-0 0 13 0 0 Victoria Cabral .000 3-2 0 0 0 0 Hofstra Totals .313 59 1574 329 492 89 Opponents .197 59 1425 116 281 48
3B HR RBI BB HP SO SF-SH SB-AS 5 9 43 12 1 26 1-0 3-4 2 14 50 11 1 21 0-1 5-6 2 4 28 15 1 19 0-1 0-0 0 7 35 19 15 20 3-4 4-5 0 0 5 9 0 25 0-3 8-12 1 5 46 26 6 19 2-2 0-0 0 12 41 25 9 33 1-1 4-6 1 0 17 23 4 28 0-7 6-9 0 1 13 13 3 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 7 9 5 15 0-0 0-2 0 1 2 3 1 4 0-0 2-2 0 3 5 5 0 9 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 3 0 8 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 11 56 294 173 46 236 9-21 34-49 4 27 107 56 11 422 5-19 14-24
Name ERA W-L GP-GS Olivia Galati 1.42 40-12 56-52 Maggie Hawkins 0.53 3-0 4-3 Victoria Cabral 2.51 3-0 5-3 Bella Corrao 11.31 0-1 3-1 Hofstra Totals 1.67 46-13 59 Opponents 5.01 13-46 59
CG IP 49 341.0 0 13.1 1 22.1 0 8.2 50 385.1 23 369.0
H R 223 83 10 1 25 11 23 21 281 116 492 329
ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AVG. SV 69 31 395 36 3 21 .181 3 1 6 10 3 0 0 .213 0 8 15 10 7 0 1 .269 0 14 4 7 2 1 5 .460 0 92 56 422 48 4 27 .197 3 264 173 236 89 11 56 .313 4
Shutouts: Olivia Galati - 22; Victoria Cabral - 1; Team - 1
DEFE NSI VE S TATIS TICS Player Chloe Fitzgerald Lindsey Reid Bella Corrao Kim Smith Erin Trippi Nicole Osovski Jess Hirschbuhl Maggie Hawkins D.J. Slugh Tessa Ziemba Caryn Bailey Olivia Galati Tori Rocha Becca Bigler Victoria Cabral Ashley Ainbinder Danielle Bitts Alyssa Cuzzola Hofstra Totals Opponents
PO A 16 0 9 5 0 3 1 0 439 30 51 2 71 58 215 22 76 3 68 0 31 2 11 56 84 72 80 60 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 1156 316 1107 442
E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 3 .994 1 .981 3 .977 6 .975 2 .975 2 .971 1 .971 3 .957 7 .957 11 .927 1 .800 1 .750 0 .000 0 .000 41 .973 70 .957
Passed Balls: Erin Trippi – 1
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2013 RES ULTS Date
2/15 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/17
vs. Arkansas vs. Tulsa at #21 Florida State at #21 Florida State vs. Arkansas
2/22 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/24
vs. Pacific vs. Illinois State vs. #12 Louisville vs. Michigan vs. Southern Illinois
3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/3
vs. Mississippi State vs. #5 Texas vs. Penn State vs. Maryland vs. Coll. of Charleston
Pitcher of Record Record
FLORIDA STATE INVITATIONAL AT TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA W 8-1 L 6-9 L 1-9 L 0-4 W 6-4
102 101 269 163 78
2:10 2:17 2:02 1:55 137
8-6-0/1-4-2 6-11-2/9-13-2 1-4-1/9-11-0 0-4-0/4-10-0 6-9-2/4-6-2
Galati (1-0) Corrao (0-1) Galati (1-1) Galati (1-2) Galati (2-2)
1-0 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3
Galati (3-2) Galati (3-3) Galati (3-4) Galati (3-5) Galati (3-6)
3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7
Galati (3-7) Galati (4-7) Galati (5-7) Galati (6-7) Galati (7-7)
3-8 4-8 5-8 6-8 7-8
NFCA LEADOFF CLASSIC AT CLEARWATER, FLORIDA W 4-0 L 2-3 L 2-4 L 0-3 L 5-7
234 234 119 204 202
1:45 2:01 2:10 1:28 -----
4-7-1/0-1-0 2-6-2/3-5-2 2-6-0/4-9-0 0-0-1/3-7-2 5-12-2/7-9-0
CITRUS CLASSIC AT ORLANDO, FLORIDA L 1-9 W 7-2 W 3-0 W 11-3 W 6-2
578 213 57 140 104
2:01 1:38 1:41 ----- -----
1-3-1/9-11-0 7-14-1/2-8-2 3-8-0/0-4-2 11-12-2/3-3-2 6-5-1/2-2-3
HOFSTRA INVITATIONAL AT HEMPSTEAD, NEW YORK 3/16 CCSU 3/16 UCONN 3/17 UCONN 3/17 CCSU
W 9-0 W 6-5 W 18-0 W 12-6
130 130 132 128
1:28 2:10 1:42 2:16
9-8-1/0-2-3 6-12-1/5-6-4 18-17-2/0-5-1 12-17-1/6-10-2
Galati (8-7) Galati (9-7) Galati (10-7) Galati (11-7)
8-8 9-8 10-8 11-8
3/23 at UNC Wilmington* 3/23 at UNC Wilmington* 3/26 IONA 3/27 at Lehigh 3/27 at Lehigh 3/29 GEORGIA STATE* 3/29 GEORGIA STATE* 3/30 GEORGIA STATE* 4/3 RUTGERS 4/3 RUTGERS 4/4 MARIST 4/4 MARIST 4/6 at Drexel* 4/7 at Drexel* 4/7 at Drexel* 4/13 DELAWARE* 4/13 DELAWARE* 4/14 DELAWARE* 4/16 at Seton Hall 4/16 at Seton Hall 4/20 at George Mason* 4/20 at George Mason* 4/21 at George Mason* 4/24 at Fordham 4/25 LIU 4/27 JAMES MADISON* 4/27 JAMES MADISON* 4/28 JAMES MADISON* 5/1 at Fairfield 5/3 TOWSON* 5/3 TOWSON* 5/4 TOWSON*
W 11-0 W 8-4 W 4-1 W 5-2 W 5-0 L 2-3 W 7-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 W 6-5 (8) W 1-0 W 9-3 W 11-0 W 13-0 W 5-0 W 7-1 W 3-0 W 11-2 W 8-0 W 9-1 W 2-0 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 10-2 W 9-1 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 9-4 W 5-0 W 8-0 W 9-0 W 1-0 (9)
103 102 71 90 90 208 204 242 105 84 126 86 106 113 113 306 276 173 151 151 134 155 165 113 123 526 475 354 155 238 310 320
1:48 2:00 1:38 1:25 2:15 1:40 1:52 1:34 1:58 2:10 1:31 2:14 1:40 1:47 1:59 1:43 1:54 1:22 2:08 1:34 1:50 1:30 1:46 1:25 2:01 1:27 1:28 1:56 2:02 1:14 1:20 2:32
11-8-1/0-0-1 8-15-1/4-7-0 4-10-1/1-4-0 5-8-0/2-4-1 5-9-0/0-7-0 2-8-0/3-4-1 7-8-0/1-3-1 2-5-0/1-4-2 0-2-0/1-7-0 6-9-1/5-10-2 1-6-0/0-0-0 9-15-4/3-5-1 11-10-0/0-1-0 13-12-0/0-0-1 5-11-1/0-1-1 7-14-1/1-2-0 3-8-0/0-1-1 11-10-0/2-3-1 8-12-0/0-5-3 9-7-0/1-4-1 2-6-1/0-2-2 1-5-0/2-5-0 3-4-0/0-4-0 10-14-1/2-9-0 9-8-0/1-5-1 1-3-0/0-1-3 1-4-0/0-2-2 9-9-1/4-6-1 5-12-0/0-5-1 8-7-0/0-0-1 9-9-0/0-2-1 1-6-0/0-7-1
Galati (12-7) Galati (13-7) Galati (14-7) Galati (15-7) Cabral(1-0) Galati (15-8) Galati (16-8) Galati (17-8) Galati (17-9) Cabral (2-0) Galati (18-9) Cabral (3-0) Galati (19-9) Galati (20-9) Galati (21-9) Galati (22-9) Galati (23-9) Galati (24-9) Galati (25-9) Hawkins (1-0) Galati (26-9) Galati (26-10) Galati (27-10) Galati (28-10) Hawkins (2-0) Galati (29-10) Galati (30-10) Galati (31-10) Hawkins (3-0) Galati (32-10) Galati (33-10) Galati (34-10)
12-8, 1-0 13-8, 2-0 14-8 15-8 16-8 16-9, 2-1 17-9, 3-1 18-9, 4-1 18-10 19-10 20-10 21-10 22-10, 5-1 23-10, 6-1 24-10, 7-1 25-10, 8-1 26-10, 9-1 27-10, 10-1 28-10 29-10 30-10, 11-1 30-11, 11-2 31-11, 12-2 32-11 33-11 34-11, 13-2 35-11, 14-2 36-11, 15-2 37-11 38-11, 16-2 39-11, 17-2 40-11, 18-2
Galati (35-10) Galati (36-10) Galati (37-10)
41-11 42-11 43-11
Galati (38-10) Galati (38-11) Galati (39-11) Galati (40-11) Galati (40-12)
44-11 44-12 45-12 46-12 46-13
CAA CHAMPIONSHIP AT HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY 5/8 TOWSON 5/9 JAMES MADISON 5/10 JAMES MADISON
W 6-0 W 8-0 W 2-1
302 380 507
1:47 1:37 1:43
6-8-2/0-4-2 8-10-0/0-0-3 2-5-1/1-3-0
NCAA REGIONAL AT COLUMBIA, MISSOURI 5/17 5/18 5/18 5/19 5/19
vs. Oregon State at #6 Missouri vs. Oregon State at #6 Missouri at #6 Missouri
W 2-0 L 0-1 W 8-4 (10) W 10-0 L 0-5
1080 1121 1121 1140 1140
1:37 1:36 3:04 1:23 1:42
2-7-0/0-5-0 0-8-1/1-1-1 8-9-1/4-10-0 10-9-1/0-4-4 0-1-1/5-8-1
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2013 CAA RE VIE W 2013 CAA SOFTBALL STANDINGS *Hofstra James Madison Georgia State Delaware Towson George Mason UNC Wilmington Drexel *CAA Champion
CAA W L Pct. 18 2 .900 18 3 .857 13 8 .619 12 9 .571 11 10 .524 6 15 .286 3 17 .150 3 19 .136
Overall W 46 42 36 35 30 18 16 15
L 15 17 19 22 28 37 37 36
T Pct. 0 .780 0 .712 0 .655 0 .614 1 .517 0 .327 0 .302 0 .294
Player of the Year: Sarah Mooney, James Madison Pitcher of the Year: Olivia Galati, Hofstra Rookie of the Year: Jailyn Ford, James Madison Coach of the Year: Bill Edwards, Hofstra
ALL-CAA TEAMS First Team Second Team Player Player Erin Trippi, C, Hofstra Callie Alford, C, Georgia State Jailyn Ford 1B, James Madison Lauren Coleman, 1B, Georgia State Lauryn Buckworth, 2B, UNCW Tori Rocha, 2B, Hofstra Jess Hirschbuhl, 3B, Hofstra Delanie Dunham, 3B, Towson Brooke Blankenship, SS, George Mason Becca Bigler, SS, Hofstra Caryn Bailey, OF, Hofstra Caitlin Sandy, SS, James Madison Jasmine Butler, OF, James Madison Jessica Grisler, OF, Delaware Jessica Clifton, OF, Georgia State Morgan Heath, OF, James Madison Sarah Mooney, DP/NP, James Madison Tessa Ziemba, OF, Hofstra Jailyn Ford, P, James Madison Chloe Fitzgerald, DP/NP, Hofstra Olivia Galati, P, Hofstra Heather Kiefer, P, James Madison Kaitlyn Medlam, P, Georgia State CAA All-Rookie Team: Taylor Anderson (Georgia State), Caryn Bailey (Hofstra), Erica Field (James Madison), Chloe Fitzgerald (Hofstra), Jailyn Ford (James Madison), Maggie Hawkins (Hofstra), Shelby Jones (Delaware), Lisa Stacevicz (Delaware), Olivia Yarbrough (Towson), Katie Worley (Georgia State).
2013 CAA TEAM STATISTICS Batting Team Hofstra James Madison Delaware Georgia State Towson UNC Wilmington George Mason Drexel
G Avg. AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT 59 .313 1574 329 492 89 11 56 173 236 34-49 59 .307 1544 297 474 66 6 48 99 261 139-179 57 .286 1493 236 427 72 15 20 144 235 61-83 55 .275 1466 282 403 53 9 45 214 305 78-95 59 .239 1494 213 357 52 9 29 117 349 57-65 53 .236 1371 192 324 62 4 15 155 261 45-64 55 .222 1426 137 316 45 5 6 122 226 33-40 51 .207 1313 128 272 45 2 8 100 297 23-32
Pitching Team Hofstra James Madison Delaware George Mason Georgia State Towson UNC Wilmington Drexel
G ERA W 59 1.67 46 59 1.96 42 57 2.79 35 55 3.08 18 55 3.14 36 59 3.72 30 53 4.13 16 51 4.28 15
L SV IP H R ER BB SO 13 3 385.1 281 116 92 56 422 17 3 385.1 300 149 108 121 328 22 8 383.2 445 196 153 130 229 37 4 370.1 387 229 163 153 183 19 5 367.1 338 205 165 126 231 28 3 383.2 403 245 204 175 272 37 1 356.0 427 293 210 130 214 36 3 343.1 410 267 210 168 236
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2013 CAA RE VIE W 2013 CAA INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Batting Average Player, Team Sarah Mooney, JMU Jailyn Ford, JMU Jessica Grisler, UD Caryn Bailey, HU Jasmine Butler, JMU Lauryn Buckworth, UNCW Tessa Ziemba, HU Maggie Hawkins, HU Morgan Heath, JMU Jessica Clifton, GSU
GP Avg. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB 59 .400 175 45 70 9 0 17 67 17 59 .373 169 38 63 11 1 15 49 15 55 .365 189 39 69 10 4 1 13 17 59 .360 175 29 63 17 5 9 43 12 55 .359 170 49 61 2 2 1 9 13 53 .355 155 12 55 14 0 3 29 18 53 .349 172 45 60 14 2 14 50 11 58 .335 158 25 53 15 2 4 28 15 59 .335 194 40 65 11 0 5 23 16 55 .331 172 31 57 9 2 4 31 15
PITCHING Earned Run Average Player, Team G ERA W L SV IP H R ER BB SO Olivia Galati, HU 56 1.42 40 12 3 341.0 223 83 69 31 395 Jailyn Ford, JMU 33 1.61 24 6 1 191.0 122 54 44 66 209 Heather Kiefer, JMU 27 1.65 14 8 1 135.2 114 56 32 27 65 Anna Blessing, GMU 20 1.74 3 10 0 104.2 94 41 26 35 40 Chenxi Jiao, UD 35 2.15 13 8 6 143.0 155 59 44 32 84 Kaitlyn Medlam, TU 39 2.68 18 8 2 183.0 160 94 70 49 108 Amanda Stacevicz, UD 16 2.75 7 4 0 68.2 70 31 27 25 50 Casey Herring, GMU 33 2.84 4 7 4 83.2 82 42 34 35 66 Katie Lingmai, TU 39 3.00 18 16 1 221.2 204 110 95 98 197 Casey Rowland, UNCW 31 3.06 10 13 0 157.2 155 106 69 48 114 Hits Player, Team Sarah Mooney, JMU Jessica Grisler, UD Morgan Heath, JMU
H 70 69 65
Doubles Player, Team Caryn Bailey, HU Maggie Hawkins, HU Brooke Blankenship, GMU
2B 17 15 15
Triples Player, Team Caryn Bailey, HU Jessica Grisler, UD
3B 5 4
Home Runs Player, Team Sarah Mooney, JMU Jailyn Ford, JMU Tessa Ziemba, HU Paige Nowacki GSU Becca Bigler, HU RBI Player, Team Sarah Mooney, JMU Tessa Ziemba, HU Jailyn Ford, JMU Erin Trippi, HU Callie Alford, GSU
HR 17 15 14 12 12 RBI 67 50 49 46 44
Runs Player, Team Jasmine Butler, JMU Sarah Mooney, JMU Tessa Ziemba, HU Jess Hirschbuhl, HU Taylor Anderson, GSU
R 49 45 45 42 42
Strikeouts Player, Team Olivia Galati, HU Jailyn Ford, JMU Katie Lingmai, TU Tara Konopka, DU Casey Rowand, UNCW
K 395 209 197 118 114
Innings Pitched Player, Team Olivia Galati, HU Katie Lingmai, TU Jailyn Ford, JMU Kaitlyn Medlam, GSU Tara Konopka, DU
IP 341.0 221.2 191.0 183.0 171.0
Wins Player, Team Olivia Galati, HU Jailyn Ford, JMU Kaitlyn Medlam, GSU Katie Lingmai, TU Katie Worley, GSU Heather Kiefer, JMU
Wins 40 24 18 18 15 14
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T HE COLONIAL AT HLE TIC ASSOCIATION
ith nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences.
The CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charleston, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 201213, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes several of the nation’s top media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 22 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 student-athletes received AllAmerica honors in 14 different sports.
more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The first-ever CAA Food Drive Challenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food.
Behind the play of Honda Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the season ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and each current member of the conference has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honors in women’s lacrosse, track and field and swimming & diving last season and had players nationally ranked in tennis and golf.
The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons.
CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public schools across the United States.
In women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised
Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George Mason University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15.
CAA Membership History Current Membership College of Charleston (2013-present) University of Delaware (2001-present) Drexel University (2001-present) Hofstra University (2001-present) James Madison University (1983-present) University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1985-present) Northeastern University (2005-present) Towson University (2001-present) College of William and Mary (1983-present)
Past Members American University (1985-2001) East Carolina University (1983-2001) George Mason University (1983-2013) Georgia State University (2005-2013) United States Naval Academy (1983-1991) Old Dominion University (1991-2013) University of Richmond (1983-2001) Virginia Commonwealth University (1995-2012)
Future Member Elon University (2014)
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HOFS TRA'S PRO AND OLYMPIC PLAYERS
he Pride has produces several players that went on to pursue careers in professional softball or with their national team. Former All-American Crystal Boyd was the first Hofstra player to play pro ball in the United States as a member of the WPSL’s Georgia Pride from 1997 to 1999. Standout pitchers Stacy Jackson and Erin Phillips fulfilled their professional aspirations
overseas, as Jackson played in Italy and Phillips in Holland. All-American Alicia Smith and all-star Jen Smith were draft selections in the National Pro Fastpitch league and played for the New York/New Jersey Juggernaut franchise. In 2013 All-America pitcher Olivia Galati was drafted second overall by the NY/NJ Comets
of the National Pro Fast Pitch League. Danielle Stewart returned to her native Australia following graduation and was a member of the Australian National Team that won the bronze medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
H CRYS TAL B OYD
OLI VIA GALATI
JE N SMI T H
ALICIA SMI T H
DANIE LLE S TE WAR T
S TACY JACKSON
Australian National team
Professional in Italy
Professional in Holland
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HOFS TRA SOF TBALL HONOR ROLL CAROLANN LUBACH
NFCA All-American Crystal Boyd
1993 - Second Team 1994 - Third Team Alicia Smith
2000 - Second Team Lisa Ciavardini
2000 - Third Team Amanda Hallaway
2003 - Third Team Olivia Galati
2012 - First Team 2013 - Second Team
NFCA Hall of Fame Bill Edwards, 2009 Inductee All-NCAA Regional Team Adrienne Clark - 2003, 2004 Meaghan Almon - 2004 Lisa Torres - 2004 CoSIDA Academic All-American Crystal Boyd - 1992, 1993, 1994 Heather Brousseau - 2003 Karen Canino - 1988 Olivia Galati - 2013 Alicia Smith - 2000 Sherry Ann Sterbinsky - 1988 CoSIDA District I Academic All-District Alexis Alcantara - 2003 Dana Bennett - 1998 Crystal Boyd - 1992, 1993, 1994 Heather Brousseau - 2002, 2003 Karen Canino - 1988 Michele DePasquale - 2010 Pam Dreslinski - 2007, 2008 Olivia Galati - 2013 Natalie Kozlowski - 1992 Joanna Kralowetz - 2007, 2008, 2009 Carolann Lubach - 2007, 2008, 2009 Callie Osborne - 2005 Kris Root - 2008, 2010 Alicia Smith - 1998, 1999, 2000 Sherry Ann Sterbinsky - 1988 Laura Valentino - 2011 Lisa Wambold - 2005
All-Mid Atlantic Region Chris Aigotti - 1995, 1997 Lora Aigotti - 1994 Meaghan Almon - 2004 LaMeka Anderson - 1998 Dana Bennett - 1998, 1999 Erika Bernstein - 2007, 2008 Crystal Boyd - 1994 Heather Brousseau - 2003 Lisa Ciavardini - 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Adrienne Clark - 2004 Hailey Clark - 2005 Michele DePasquale - 2008, 2009 Pam Dreslinski - 2008 Casey Fee - 2007, 2008, 2009 Melissa Friedline - 1996 Amanda Hallaway - 2000, 2001, 2003 Diane Hobin - 1995, 1996 Stacy Jackson - 1994, 1995 Stefanie Kenney - 2002, 2005 Ashley Lane - 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Kayleigh Lotti - 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Callie Osborne - 2004, 2005 Jen Pawol - 1997, 1998 Erin Phillips - 1995, 1996 Diana Rose - 1995 Marisa Semmel - 1996, 1997 Alicia Smith - 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Jen Smith - 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Laura Sweeney - 2004 Robyn Trezise - 1995 Tara Ulrich - 2003, 2006 Lisa Wambold - 2005
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HOFS TRA SOF TBALL HONOR ROLL PAM DRESLINSKI
LAMEKA ANDERSON DANA BENNETT
All-Northeast Region Caryn Bailey - 2013 Becca Bigler - 2013 Crystal Boyd - 1991, 1992, 1993 Michele DePasquale - 2010 Jen Engmann - 1992 Olivia Galati - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Edith Gallagher - 1989 Jess Hirschbuhl - 2013 Stacy Jackson - 1992, 1993 Sara Michalowski - 2010, 2011 Val Monaco - 1992 Kris Root - 2010 Megan Scharf - 1992, 1993 Rachael Senatore - 2012 Robyn Trezise - 1992 Erin Trippi - 2012, 2013 Erin Wade - 2010 Tessa Ziemba - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Colonial Athletic Association 25th Anniversary Team Michele DePasquale Pam Dreslinski Casey Fee Amanda Hallaway Ashley Lane Kayleigh Lotti Callie Osborne Danielle Stewart Tara Ulrich Lisa Wambold
All-Colonial Athletic Association Alexis Alcantara - 2003, 2004 Meaghan Almon - 2002, 2003, 2004 Caryn Bailey - 2013 Erika Bernstein - 2007, 2008, 2009 Becca Bigler - 2013 Heather Brousseau - 2002, 2003 Adrienne Clark - 2004 Hailey Clark - 2002, 2004, 2005 Sara DeAngelis - 2002, 2003 Michele DePasquale - 2008, 2009, 2010 Pam Dreslinski - 2005, 2006, 2008 Casey Fee - 2007, 2008, 2009 Chloe Fitzgerald - 2013 Olivia Galati - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Amanda Hallaway - 2002, 2003 Jess Hirschbuhl - 2011, 2013 Melissa Hodge - 2009 Stefanie Kenney - 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Joanna Kralowetz - 2009 Ashley Lane - 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Kayleigh Lotti - 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Carolann Lubach - 2007 Sara Michalowski - 2008, 2011 Courtney Oliver - 2006, 2008 Callie Osborne - 2004, 2005 Tori Rocha - 2012, 2013 Kris Root - 2010 Rachael Senatore - 2012 D.J. Slugh - 2011 Danielle Stewart - 2002, 2003 Laura Sweeney - 2006 Krista Thorn - 2011, 2012 Erin Trippi - 2012, 2013 Tara Ulrich - 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Erin Wade - 2010 Lisa Wambold - 2004, 2005 Tessa Ziemba - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year Tara Ulrich - 2003 (Co-Rookie) Ashley Lane - 2004 Olivia Galati - 2010 Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year Lisa Wambold - 2005 Ashley Lane - 2006 Michele DePasquale - 2009 Sara Michalowski - 2011 Colonial Athletic Association Pitcher of the Year Callie Osborne - 2004, 2005 Kayleigh Lotti - 2007, 2008, 2009 Olivia Galati - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
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Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team Caryn Bailey - 2013 Pam Dreslinski - 2005 Chloe Fitzgerald - 2013 Maggie Hawkins - 2013 Kayleigh Lotti - 2006 Carolann Lubach - 2006 Michele DePasquale - 2007 Sara Michalowski - 2008 Olivia Galati - 2010 Erin Trippi - 2012 Tessa Ziemba - 2010 Colonial Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year Alexis Alcantara - 2004 Pam Dreslinski - 2007 Kris Root - 2010 Olivia Galati - 2011, 2012, 2013
HOFS TRA SOF TBALL HONOR ROLL KERI BOLLER
ECAC Rookie of the Year Olivia Galati - 2010 ECAC Pitcher of the Year Olivia Galati - 2013
America East Pitcher of the Year Jen Smith - 1997, 1998
Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year Bill Edwards - 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 All-America East Chris Aigotti - 1997 LaMeka Anderson - 1998, 1999, 2001 Dana Bennett - 1997, 1998, 1999 Kelli Blois - 2001 Keri Boller - 1999 Lisa Ciavardini - 1999, 2000, 2001 Amanda Hallaway - 2000, 2001 Christine Moran - 2001 Jen Pawol - 1997, 1998 Samantha Schour - 2000 Marisa Semmel - 1997 Alicia Smith - 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Jen Smith - 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 America East Player of the Year Lisa Ciavardini - 2001
America East Coach of the Year Bill Edwards - 1999 All-North Atlantic Conference Chris Aigotti - 1995 Melissa Friedline - 1996 Diane Hobin - 1995, 1996 Stacy Jackson - 1995 Jen Pawol - 1996 Erin Phillips - 1995, 1996 Diana Rose - 1995 Megan Scharf - 1995 Marisa Semmel - 1996 Robyn Trezise - 1995 North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Year Keri Boller - 1996 North Atlantic Conference Softball Scholar-Athlete of the Year Megan Scharf - 1995 North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Year Bill Edwards - 1995
All-ECAC Crystal Boyd - 1992, 1993, 1994 Michele DePasquale - 2010 Olivia Galati - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Diane Hobin - 1995, 1996 Stacy Jackson - 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Kayleigh Lotti - 2008 Sara Michalowski - 2011 Val Monaco - 1993 Alicia Smith - 1997 Robyn Trezise - 1992 Tessa Ziemba - 2011 All-East Coast Conference Lora Aigotti - 1994 Crystal Boyd - 1991, 1992, 1994 Edith Gallagher - 1989 Beth Gaudet - 1991 Stacy Jackson - 1992, 1994 Natalie Kozlowski - 1992 Val Monaco - 1992 Robyn Trezise - 1992 Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame Crystal Boyd Diane Hobin Stacy Jackson Erin Phillips Leslie Schlegel Alicia Smith Retired Jerseys #13 Crystal Boyd #19 Stacy Jackson #23 Alicia Smith
CRYSTAL BOYD HAD HER JERSEY REITRED IN 2006
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HOFS TRA SOF TBALL RE CORD B OOK TEAM RECORDS
Single Season Best Batting Average: .329 - 1992 .324 - 1997 .313 - 1988, 2013 .299 - 1995 .297 - 1994 .293 - 1999 .292 - 2008 .291 - 1998, 2012 .285 - 1993, 1996 Most Games: 63 - 2000, 2001 62 - 1995 60 - 2005 59 - 1999, 2004, 2013 58 - 2008 57 - 2006, 2010, 2012 56 - 1998, 2003, 2006 Most At Bats: 1694 - 2000 1630 - 1995 1622 - 2001 1588 - 2004 1580 - 2008 1574 - 2013 1560 - 2005 1552 - 2006 1548 - 2010 1538 - 1999 1517 - 2012 1515 - 1998 Most Runs: 329 - 2013 318 - 2006 305 - 2012 301 - 1999 294 - 1997
272 - 2003 272 - 2011 268 - 2000 266 - 2008 261 - 2005 254 - 2010 253 - 1995, 1996 Most Hits: 492 - 2013 489 - 1997 488 - 1995 466 - 2000 462 - 2008 450 - 1999 442 - 2005, 2012 441 - 1998 439 - 1994 434 - 2006 429 - 2010 Most RBIs: 294 - 2013 273 - 2006 268 - 2012 247 - 1997, 1999, 2000 243 - 2011 230 - 2005, 2010 224 - 2004 222 - 2003 219 - 2008 218 - 1995, 1998 Most Doubles: 99 - 1997 89 - 2013 88 - 1995, 1999, 2000 84 - 1996 83 - 1994 81 - 2004 79 - 2005 71 - 2006 67 - 2012 66 - 2001
Most Triples: 27 - 1994 22 - 1998 21 - 1993 20 - 1992, 1997 18 - 2001 16 - 1988, 2005 15 - 1999 14 - 1996, 2009
51 - 2000 47 - 1995, 2003, 2007 43 - 2004 Most Wins: 46 - 2013 45 - 2008, 2010 43 - 2005 42 - 2000, 2012 41 - 1995, 2007 40 - 1999, 2011 39 - 1994, 1998, 2003 38 - 1997, 2004
Most Home Runs: 56 - 2013 50 - 2003 49 - 2006 44 - 2005 43 - 2004, 2012 37 - 2010 33 - 2011 29 - 1999 26 - 2007 25 - 2000 22 - 2001, 2002 Most Walks: 218 - 2006 192 - 2000 174 - 2012 173 - 2013 172 - 1988 169 - 2003 163 - 1999 162 - 2007 161 - 2004 151 - 2001 150 - 2005 149 - 2008, 2010, 2011 Most Stolen Bases: 77 - 2008 69 - 2006 58 - 2001 55 - 1992 52 - 1998
Best ERA: 0.89 - 1993 1.28 - 2008 1.31 - 1994 1.35 - 1991 1.45 - 2012 1.51 - 2000 1.55 - 1998 1.64 - 2011 1.65 - 2004 1.66 - 1992 1.67 - 1990, 1995, 2013
Most Innings Pitched: 436.2 - 2000 421.2 - 2001 410.2 - 2004 410.0 - 1995 402.0 - 2005 393.2 - 2010 388.2 - 2007 388.0 - 1999 387.2 - 2008 385.2 - 2006 385.1 - 2013
Most Strikeouts: 460 - 2007 457 - 2011 450 - 2012 422 - 2013 397 - 2010 356 - 2008 343 - 1996 331 - 2000 318 - 2006 319 - 1995 306 - 2009 299 - 2005 276 - 2004
Single Season Best Batting Average: .514 - Crystal Boyd, 1992* .415 - Wendy Dickerman, 1988 .410 - Edith Gallagher, 1989 .408 - Crystal Boyd, 1994 .405 - Denise Grulli, 1983 .401 - Alicia Smith, 1997 .397 - Crystal Boyd, 1993 .393 - Diane Hobin, 1995 .387 - Alicia Smith, 2000 .385 - Jen Smith, 1998 *Led nation
Most Games: 63 - Alicia Smith, 2000 63 - Lisa Ciavardini, 2000 63 - Christine Moran, 2001 63 - Meaghan Almon, 2001 62 - Megan Scharf, 1995 62 - Lisa Ciavardini, 2001 61 - Danielle Tetro, 1995 61 - Jessica Luna, 2000 60 - Robyn Trezise, 1995 60 - Ashley Lane, 2005 60 - Laura Sweeney, 2005 60 - Kelly Morris, 2005
Most At-Bats: 206 - Laura Sweeney, 2005 196 - Crystal Boyd, 1994 195 - Rachael Senatore, 2012 193 - Christine Moran, 2001 191 - Alicia Smith, 2000 191 - Laura Sweeney, 2004 190 - Robyn Trezise, 1995 188 - Dana Bennett, 1998 188 - Laura Sweeney, 2006 188 - Erika Bernstein, 2008 187 - Alicia Smith, 1997 187 - Jen Smith, 1998 187 - Lisa Ciavardini, 2001
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Most Runs: 52 - LaMeka Anderson, 1999 51 - Laura Sweeney, 2006 50 - Crystal Boyd, 1994 49 - Crystal Boyd, 1992 48 - Crystal Boyd, 1993 48 - Alicia Smith, 1999 47 - Casey Fee, 2007 47 - Heather Brouuseau, 2003 46 - Ashley Lane, 2006 45 - Tessa Ziemba, 2013 44 - Lisa Wambold, 2006 44 - Danielle Stewart, 2003
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Most Hits: 80 - Crystal Boyd, 1994 76 - Crystal Boyd, 1992 75 - Alicia Smith, 1997 74 - Alicia Smith, 2000 72 - Jen Smith, 1998 71 - Rachael Senatore, 2012 68 - Diane Hobin, 1995 68 - Alicia Smith, 1999 67 - Ashley Lane, 2006 65 - Robyn Trezise, 1995 64 - Ashley Lane, 2005 64 - Laura Sweeney, 2005 Most RBIs: 63 - Ashley Lane, 2006 53 - Crystal Boyd, 1992 50 - Tessa Ziemba, 2013 47 - Lisa Ciavardini, 2000 46 - Amanda Hallaway, 2003 46 - Sara Michalowski, 2011 46 - Erin Trippi, 2013 45- Tessa Ziemba, 2012 44 - Tessa Ziemba, 2011 44 - Ashley Lane, 2007 44 - Tara Ulrich, 2006 43 - Alicia Smith, 1997 43 - Caryn Bailey, 2013 Most Doubles: 21 - Crystal Boyd, 1993, 1994 20 - Alicia Smith, 2000 19 - Alicia Smith, 1999 17 - Robyn Trezise, 1995 17 - Caryn Bailey, 2013 16 - Ashley Lane, 2007 16 - Tara Ulrich, 2006 16 - Jen Smith, 1997 15 - Dana Bennett, 1998 15 - Jen Smith, 1999 15 - Lisa Ciavardini, 2000 15 - Maggie Hawkins, 2013
Most Triples: 10 - Crystal Boyd, 1993 9 - Crystal Boyd, 1994 7 - Crystal Boyd, 1992 7 - LaMeka Anderson, 2000 7 - Lisa Ciavardini, 2001 6 - Edith Gallagher, 1989 6 - Casey Fee, 2009 5 - Aimee Karpinski, 1988 5 - Alicia Smith, 1997, 1998 5 - Jen Pawol, 1998 5 - Jen Smith, 1998 5 - Caryn Bailey, 2013 Most Home Runs: 17 - Danielle Stewart, 2003 16 - Hailey Clark, 2004 14 - Tessa Ziemba, 2013 13 - Lisa Walmbold, 2005 13 - Ashley Lane, 2006 12 - Tara Ulrich, 2006 12 - Sara Michalowski, 2011 12 - Becca Bigler, 2013 11 - Tessa Ziemba, 2012 11 - Becca Bigler, 2012 10 - Dana Bennett, 1999 10 - Ashley Lane, 2004 9 - Amanda Hallaway, 2001 9 - Ashley Lane, 2007 9 - Pam Dreslinski, 2007 9 - Michele DePasquale, 2010 9 - Tessa Ziemba, 2011
Most Walks: 35 - Ashley Lane, 2006 32 - Hailey Clark, 2004 31 - Pam Dreslinski, 2007 31 - Becca Bigler, 2012 30 - Crystal Boyd, 1993 30 - Diane Hobin, 1996 30 - Hailey Clark, 2005 29 - Lisa Ciavardini, 2000 29 - Meaghan Almon, 2003 29 - Sara Michalowski, 2011 28 - Meaghan Almon, 2004 Most Stolen Bases: 26 - Kris Root, 2008 25 - Casey Fee, 2008 21 - Laura Sweeney, 2006 19 - Robyn Trezise, 1995 16 - Lisa Wambold, 2004 16 - Kris Root, 2010 15 - Erika Bernstein, 2008 15 - Jen Pawol, 1998 15 - Laura Sweeney, 2004 15 - Lisa Wambold, 2006
Most Strikeouts: 395 - Olivia Galati, 2013 378 - Olivia Galati, 2012 348 - Olivia Galati, 2011 319 - Kayleigh Lotti, 2007 294 - Olivia Galati, 2010 277 - Erin Phillips, 1996 241 - Kayleigh Lotti, 2008 236 - Kayleigh Lotti, 2009 183 - Kayleigh Lotti, 2006 175 - Stacy Jackson, 1995 172 - Jen Smith, 1998 168 - Callie Osborne, 2005 163 - Stacy Jackson, 1992
Most Innings Pitched: 341.0 - Olivia Galati, 2013 280.2 - Olivia Galati, 2012 256.0 - Stacy Jackson, 1995 242.2 - Jen Smith, 1997 242.2 - Olivia Galati, 2011 232.1 - Olivia Galati, 2010 229.0 - Kayleigh Lotti, 2007 227.1 - Stacy Jackson, 1992 222.2 - Shannon Luther, 2001 220.1 - Jen Smith, 1998 219.1 - Stacy Jackson, 1994 213.1 - Sara DeAngelis, 2002 209.2 - Erin Phillips, 1996
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Best ERA: 0.79 - Callie Osborne, 2004 0.84 - Stacy Jackson, 1993 0.88 - Jennifer Engmann, 1991 0.96 - Stacy Jackson, 1994 0.95 - Olivia Galati, 2012* 1.05 - Leslie Schlegel, 1990 1.12 - Courtney Oliver, 2008 1.17 - Leslie Schlegel, 1988 1.18 - Jen Smith, 1998 1.24 - Olivia Galati, 2011 1.26 - Stacy Jackson, 1995 *Led nation
Most Wins: 40 - Olivia Galati, 2013* 34 - Olivia Galati, 2012 29 - Olivia Galati, 2011 26 - Stacy Jackson, 1992, 1994 26 - Jen Smith, 1997 26 - Olivia Galati, 2010 25 - Callie Osborne, 2005 24 - Stacy Jackson, 1995 23 - Kayleigh Lotti, 2007, 2008 21 - Erin Phillips, 1996 21 - Alicia Smith, 1999, 2000 20 - Stacy Jackson, 1993 20 - Jen Smith, 1998 *Led nation
Single Game Hofstra Team Records
Most At Bats, Team: (79) at Connecticut, 4/28/92 Most Runs, Team: (25) vs. Brooklyn, 5/7/92 Most Hits, Team: (28) vs. Brooklyn, 5/7/92 Most RBIs, Team: (21) vs. Central Connecticut State, 4/4/93; vs. Brooklyn, 5/7/92 Most Doubles, Team: (7) vs. Manhattan, 4/22/99; vs. Towson, 5/14/04 Most Triples, Team: (4) vs. Central Connecticut State, 3/26/94 Most Home Runs, Team: (5) at George Mason, 4/9/06; vs. CCSU, 3/17/13
Most Stolen Bases, Team: (7) vs. Villanova, 4/8/90 Most Walks, Team: (12) vs. Central Connecticut State, 4/4/93 Most Strikeouts, Team: (19) vs. Manhattan, 3/22/96 Most Strikeouts, By Opponent: (18) at Connecticut, 4/28/92 Most Errors, Team: (7) at Towson State, 4/11/92
Single-Game Hofstra Individual Records Most At-Bats: (9) Crystal Boyd at Connecticut, 4/28/92; LaMeka Andersonvs. Delaware, 5/12/2000; Christine Moran vs. Delaware, 5/12/2000 Most Runs: (4) Sherry Sterbinsky vs. St. Peter’s, 3/22/89; Crystal Boyd vs. Manhattan, 3/31/92; Val Monaco at Delaware, 4/17/92; Crystal Boyd vs. Seton Hall, 3/30/93; Val Monaco vs. Central Connecticut State, 4/4/93; Amanda Hallaway vs. Towson, 4/2/2000; Carolann Lubach vs. St. John’s, 4/19/06; Lisa Wambold vs. UNC Wilmington, 5/11/06; Carolann Lubach vs. Georgia Tech, 3/11/07; Tessa Ziemba at George Mason, 4/9/11; Rachael Senatore vs. Drexel, 4/1/12 Most Hits: (6) Crystal Boyd at Connecticut, 4/28/92 Most Hits (7 inning game): (5) Tara Ulrich vs. St. John’s, 4/19/06, Diana Rose vs. Brooklyn, 5/7/92 Best Average: (1.000) Diana Rose vs. Brooklyn (5-5), 5/7/92, Tara Ulrich vs. St. John’s, 4/19/06
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Most RBIs: (10) Hailey Clark vs. LIU, 3/26/05 Most Doubles: (3) Crystal Boyd at Connecticut, 4/28/92; Alicia Smith vs. Rhode Island, 4/25/99; Lisa Wambold vs. Towson, 5/10/04; Ashley Lane vs. UNC Wilmington, 5/11/06; Ashley Lane vs. Georgia Tech, 3/11/07 Most Triples: (2) Jen Engmann at Seton Hall, 4/1/92; Val Monaco vs. Brooklyn, 4/7/92; Crystal Boyd vs. Temple, 5/8/93; Crystal Boyd vs. UNC-Wilmington, 4/9/93; Megan Scharf vs. Central Connecticut State, 3/26/94; Alicia Smith vs. Iona, 4/13/2000; LaMeka Anderson vs. Vermont, 4/30/2000 Most Home Runs: (3) Hailey Clark vs. LIU, 3/26/05 LESLIE SCHLEGEL
HOFS TRA SOF TBALL RE CORD B OOK LISA WAMBOLD
Most Stolen Bases: (4) Kim Willard vs. Connecticut, 3/29/91; Laura Sweeney vs. Georgia State, 5/13/06 Most Walks: (4) Robyn Trezise vs. Central Connecticut, 4/4/93; Ashley Lane vs. Quinnipiac, 4/20/05 Most Innings Pitched: (20.0) Alicia Smith vs. Delaware, 5/12/2000 Most Strikeouts Thrown: (19) Erin Phillips vs. Manhattan, 3/22/96 Longest Hitting Streak: (25) Michele DePasquale, 2008 Consecutive Pitching Victories: (32) Olivia Galati, 2012 Consecutive Successful Stolen Bases: (28), Casey Fee, 2007-09
At Bats 727 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 709 - LaMeka Anderson (1998-01) 701 - Tessa Ziemba (2010-13) 683 - Ashley Lane (2004-07) 675 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 673 - Lisa Wambold (2003-06) 664 - Lisa Ciavardini (1998-01) 658 - Tara Ulrich (2003-06) 655 - Robyn Trezise (1992-95) 632 - Amanda Hallaway (2000-03) 631 - Carolann Lubach (2006-09)
Runs 171 - Crystal Boyd (1991-94) 159 - LaMeka Anderson (1998-01) 152 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 150 - Ashley Lane (2004-07) 148 - Tessa Ziemba (2010-13) 143 - Lisa Wambold (2003-06) 127 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 126 - Casey Fee (2006-09) 126 - Dana Bennett (1996-99) 122 - Laura Sweeney (2003-06) 120 - Carolann Lubach (2006-09)
Games Played 236 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 230 - LaMeka Anderson (1998-01) 230 - Lisa Ciavardini (1998-01) 230 - Meaghan Almon (2001-04) 230 - Ashley Lane (2004-07) 225 - Lisa Wambold (2003-06) 221 - Pam Dreslinski (2005-08) 219 - Tessa Ziemba (2010-13) 219 - Tara Ulrich (2003-06) 218 - Amanda Hallaway (2000-03) 213 - Carolann Lubach (2006-09)
Hits 271 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 258 - Crystal Boyd (1991-94) 240 - Ashley Lane (2004-07 234 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 231 - Tessa Ziemba (2010-13) 212 - Lisa Ciavardini (1998-01) 211 - Robyn Trezise (1992-95) 209 - Amanda Hallaway (2000-03) 206 - Michele DePasquale (2007-10) 202 - LaMeka Anderson (1998-01) 191 - Tara Ulrich (2003-06)
Runs Batted In 180 - Ashley Lane (2004-07) 180 - Tessa Ziemba (2010-13) 146 - Lisa Ciavardini (1998-01) 144 - Crystal Boyd (1991-94) 143 - Amanda Hallaway (2000-03) 136 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 133 - Tara Ulrich (2003-06) 130 - Dana Bennett (1996-99)
129 - Sara Michalowski (2008-11) 120 - Pam Dreslinski (2005-08) 117 - Courtney Oliver (2005-08) 109 - Michele DePasquale (2007-10) 109 - Robyn Trezise (1992-95) 108 - Megan Scharf (1992-95) 104 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 102 - Carolann Lubach (2006-09)
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138 - Stacy Jackson (1992-95) 122 - Erin Phillips (1993-96) 112 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 97 - Adrienne Clark (2002-05) 79 - Leslie Schlegel (1988-91) 74 - Courtney Oliver (2005-08) 72 - Erin Wade (2009-pres.) Starts 159 - Olivia Galati (2010-13) 122 - Stacy Jackson (1992-95) 122 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 122 - Kayleigh Lotti (2006-09) 104 - Erin Phillips (1993-96) 92 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 71 - Leslie Schlegel (1988-91) 60 - Sara DeAngelis (2002-03) 57 - Callie Osborne (2004-05) 53 - Jen Engmann (1989-92) 53 - Erin Wade (2009-pres.)
Doubles 68 - Crystal Boyd (1991-94) 54 - Ashley Lane (2004-07) 54 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 47 - Dana Bennett (1996-99) 46 - Lisa Ciavardini (1998-01) 46 - Tara Ulrich (2003-06) 45 - Tessa Ziemba (2010-13) 44 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 38 - Amanda Hallaway (2000-03) 36 - Pam Dreslinski (2005-08) 36 - Robyn Trezise (1992-95) Triples 29 - Crystal Boyd (1991-94) 14 - Edith Gallagher (1987-90) 14 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 13 - LaMeka Anderson (1998-01) 12 - Dana Bennett (1996-99) 12 - Lisa Ciavardini (1998-01) 10 - Megan Scharf (1992-95) 10 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 9 - Jen Pawol (1996-98) 9 - Meaghan Almon (2001-04) Home Runs 40 - Ashley Lane (2004-07) 39 -Tessa Ziemba (2010-13) 29 - Tara Ulrich (2003-06) 27 - Lisa Wambold (2003-06) 26 - Becca Bigler (2010-present) 24 - Hailey Clark (2002-05) 24 - Amanda Hallaway (2000-03) 23 - Sara Michalowski (2008-11)
23 - Dana Bennett (1996-99) 21 - Danielle Stewart (2002-03) 20 - Stefanie Kenney (2002-05) 18 - Crystal Boyd (1991-94)
Innings Pitched 1,096.2 - Olivia Galati (2010-13) 885.0 - Stacy Jackson (1992-95) 823.0 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 811.1 - Kayleigh Lotti (2006-09) 667.1 - Erin Phillips (1993-96) 619.2 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 504.1 - Leslie Schlegel (1988-91) 407.2 - Adrienne Clark (2002-05) 389.1 - Jen Engmann (1989-92) 343.0 - Sara DeAngelis (2002-03)
Walks 102 - Pam Dreslinski (2005-08) 102 - Ashley Lane (2004-07) 102 - Hailey Clark (2002-05) 95 - Meaghan Almon (2001-04) 80 - Lisa Ciavardini (1998-01) 78 - Tessa Ziemba (2010-13) 75 - Carolann Lubach (2006-09) 69 - Sara Michalowski (2008-11)
Wins 129 - Olivia Galati (2010-13) 96 - Stacy Jackson (1992-95) 82 - Kayleigh Lotti (2006-09) 78 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 71 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 67 - Erin Phillips (1993-96) 44 - Leslie Schlegel (1988-91) 39 - Adrienne Clark (2002-05) 37 - Callie Osborne (2004-05) 35 - Erin Wade (2009-12) Strikeouts 1,415 - Olivia Galati (2010-13) 979 - Kayleigh Lotti (2006-09) 638 - Stacy Jackson (1992-95) 618 - Erin Phillips (1993-96) 600 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 372 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 260 - Adrienne Clark (2002-05) 258 - Courtney Oliver (2005-08) 253 - Callie Osborne (2004-05) No-Hitters 12- Olivia Galati (2010-13) 6 - Stacy Jackson (1992-95) 5 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 4 - Kayleigh Lotti (2006-09) 2 - Courtney Oliver (2005-08) 2 - Callie Osborne (2004-05) 2 - Erin Phillips (1993-96) 2 - Kelly Blois (2000-01) 1 - Diana DiGilio (1999) 1 - Alexis Alcantara (2001-04) 1 - Sara DeAngelis (2002-03)
Stolen Bases 55 - Lisa Wambold (2003-06) 54 - Kris Root (2007-10) 53 - Laura Sweeney (2003-06) 51 - Robyn Trezise (1992-95) 51 - Casey Fee (2006-09) 39 - Heather Brousseau (2000-03) 34 - Crystal Boyd (1991-94) 32 - Erika Bernstein (2006-09) 30 - Alicia Smith (1997-00) 30 - LaMeka Anderson (1998-01)
Pitching Records Appearances 183 - Olivia Galati (2010-13) 146 - Jen Smith (1997-00) 142 - Kayleigh Lotti (2006-09)
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W HERE ARE T HEY NOW ?
ince taking over as head coach in 1990, Bill Edwards has produced many graduates who have gone on to successful careers. Here is a short list of the accomplishments of some recent softball alumni. Edith Gallagher, 1990 Head softball coach at Mansfield State University/inducted into Hofstra Hall of Fame in 2008 Eileen Barrett, 1991 Physical education teacher/softball coach at Spence School in New York City Leslie Schlegel-Danowski, 1991 Girls basketball coach at Bay Shore High School/inducted into Hofstra Hall of Fame in 2011
Kristen Marden-Alifano, 1991 Private softball instructor/stay-athome mom Rosalyn Fornari, 1991 Head basketball coach at Penn StateBehrend Rita DiSalvo, 1991 Special education teacher Kathy Malley, 1992 Physical education teacher in the Sachem School District Natalie Kozlowski, 1992 Director of education at the NFCA Laura Patinella, 1992 Teacher/softball coach at Newfield High School Jen Engmann, 1992 Teacher/softball coach at William Floyd High School Elizabeth Gaudet, 1992 Securities trader at Furman Selz Kim Willard, 1994 Teacher/softball and field hockey coach in New Jersey Crystal Boyd, 1994 Teacher in the Garden City School District and former professional softball player (WPSL)/#13 retired in 2008/inducted into Hofstra Hall of Fame in 2006 Luella Gesky, 1994 Val Monaco, 1994
Teacher in Chicago, Illinois Physical education teacher
Megan Scharf, 1995 Teacher/softball coach at Lindenhurst High School Diana Rose, 1995 Physical education and health teacher in Sachem School District/middle school softball coach LINDSAY SAWYER
Kelly Lemin, 1995 Physical education teacher in Brentwood (NY) School District Stacy Jackson, 1995 Played professional softball in Italy/business teacher in Hammonton, New Jersey/private softball instructor/inducted into the Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame in 2007/#19 jersey retired Robyn Trezise, 1995 Account executive at National Car Rental Diane Hobin, 1996 Director of Womenâ€™s Basketball Operations at the University of Illinois/inducted into Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009 Erin Phillips, 1996 Played professional softball player in Holland/area manager at National Car Rental/inducted into Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame in 2009 Chris Aigotti, 1997 Personal trainer/New York City police officer Marisa Semmel, 1997 Physical education/health teacher in Garden City (NY) School District Melissa Itoh, 1998 Cardiac rehabilitation specialist Kayla Noonan, 1998 Head softball coach at Columbia University Jen Pawol, 1998 Umpire Danielle Tetro, 1999 Pediatrician in Monroe, New York Keri Boller, 1999 Mental health education intervention specialist Dana Bennett, 1999 Physical education teacher in Massachusetts Alicia Smith, 2000 Physical education teacher at Longwood High School/former professional softball player/#23 jersey retired Jen Smith, 2000 Middle school guidance counselor in Long Valley, New Jersey/former professional softball player LaMeka Anderson, 2001 Director of asset control for Target, Inc. Lisa Ciavardini, 2001 Elementary school teacher in the Elmont School District Lindsay Sawyer, 2001 Head softball coach at Westfield State University Samantha Schour, 2001 Senior closer with Bank of America Home Loans
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Sasha Blake, 2002 Physical education teacher Christine Moran, 2002 Physical education teacher/coach in Wantagh, New York Jeanine Maiolini, 2002 Physical education teacher/coach in Port Chester, New York Mari Shepard, 2002 Member of the San Francisco Police Department Heather Brousseau, 2003 Financial reporting supervisor at Rogers Corp. Amanda Hallaway, 2003 Hotel manager, Hyatt Hotels, Hawaii Danielle Stewart, 2003 Olympic bronze medalist (Australia)/ Coaching in California Jessica Luna, 2003 Agent for Farmers Financial Solutions, LLC Alexis Alcantara, 2004 Capital giving officer at Princeton University Meaghan Almon, 2004 Pharmaceutical salesperson in Rhode Island Adrienne Clark, 2005 Assistant softball coach at Hofstra Stefanie Kenney, 2005 Teacher at Great Valley Middle school and varsity softball coach Kelly Morris, 2005 Stay at home mom Callie Osborne, 2005 Staff accountant for L.M. Cohen & Co. in New York City Lisa Torres, 2005 Physical education teacher and softball coach in New Jersey Amy Belonick, 2006 Assistant director of conference services at Sloan-Kettering Hospital Kristin Galeone, 2006 New York City police officer Laura Sweeney, 2006 Physical education teacher at Spackenkill High School Tara Ulrich, 2006 Netword real estate specialist at Verizon Lisa Wambold, 2006 Teacher in Central Bucks (PA) School District Ashley Lane, 2007
Network analyst at Verizon
Pam Dreslinski, 2008 Assistant softball coach at John Carroll University Genevieve Haney, 2008 Marketing specialist at Valsource, LLC Courtney Oliver, 2008 Assistant softball coach at North Carolina State
Joanna Kralowetz, 2009 Serving in the United States Coast Guard Carolann Lubach, 2009 Account executive at W.B. Mason Casey Fee, 2009 Teacher in Long Beach (NY) School District Melissa Hodge, 2009 Head softball coach at Bordentown (NJ) Regional High School Erika Bernstein, 2009 Doctor of physical therapy in New Jersey Kayleigh Lotti, 2009 Stay at home mom Michele DePasquale, 2010 Teacher at Ganada High School in Walworth, NY Stefanie Feinstein, 2010 Owner of Inferno Kickboxing Christie Novatin, 2010 Assistant softball coach at University at Albany Kris Root, 2010 Graduating in May 2014 with doctorate in physical therapy Sara Michalowski, 2011 Softball coach at Amplitude Marketing Group, Inc. Trisha Dreslinski, 2011 Pursuing PhD in cellular and molecular biology in cancer research at Roswell Park Cancer Center Laura Valentino, 2011 Assistant softball coach at Fairfield University Courtney Crews, 2012 Assistant director of development at Hofstra Michelle Lavagnino, 2012 Executive recruiter at Fairway Consulting Group Erin Wade, 2012 Service manager at Cintas Olivia Galati, 2013 Professional player with NY/NJ Comets DJ Slugh, 2013 Studying to be an x-ray technician Jess Hirschbuhl, 2013 Sports performance strength coach in North Carolina
This is just a short list of alumnae. Any omission was purely accidental. In the future, we would like to include all Hofstra Softball alumnae. Please email the Hofstra Softball Office at softball@hofstra. edu if you wish to be added to this list.
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Chris Aigotti Lora Aigotti Alexis Alcantara Kristen Alifano Meaghan Almon Roberta Altshuler LaMeka Anderson Linda Arminio Camille Asaro Doreen Asaro Lorie Ashcroft Janice Babington Jacqueline Balaschak Vicki Banks Eileen Barrett Jayne Bartecki Janice Bauer Wendy Baum Josee Bauman Amy Belonick Dana Bennett Linda Bent Rita Berg Erika Bernstein Sasha Blake Evaun Boatman Kerri Boller Karin Boone Crystal Boyd Laurie Brasher Kathleen Breen Martha Briggs Patricia Brooks Heather Brousseau Linda Brymer Alene Buchanan Susan Buckley Wendy Burns
1997 1996 2004 1991 2004 1964 2001 1981 1990 1987 1988 1975 1962 1991 1991 1971 1969 1985 1967 2006 1999 1980 1965 2009 2002 1987 1999 1972 1994 1978 1983 1953 1976 2003 1978 1980 1971 1975
Margaret Callaghan Therese Calvano Karen Canino Geraldine Capps Bari Cenname Linda Chion-Kenney Linda Choser Lisa Ciavardini Adrienne Clark Hailey Clark Carol N. Cohen Carol R. Cohen Carolyn Cohen Edythe Cohen Francene Cohen Courtney Crews Barbara Crispo Andrea Cyriacs Jennifer Daddino Barbara Ann Darcy Linda D’Avino Marie DeAngelis Sara DeAngelis Joann Deflora Celia Delcastillo Michele DePasquale Heide Dhillon Wendy Dickerman Rita DiSalvo Carolyn Do Linda Dodd Holly Draudt Pam Dreslinski Trisha Dreslinski Ronnie Duda Marilyn Dutcher Kathy Dwyer-Krewell Carolyn Eckhardt
1979 1971 1988 1976 1989 1979 1983 2001 2005 2005 1964 1974 1975 1953 1971 2012 1980 1967 2006 1957 ---1976 2003 1970 1977 2010 1983 1988 1991 1963 1974 1975 2008 2011 1976 1971 1975 1995
Jen Engmann Laura Faber Wanda Falci Mary Jo Fazio Casey Fee Stefanie Feinstein Leslie Fielder Gail Fisher Rosalyn Fornari Cecile Friedman Olivia Galati Edith Gallagher Kristin Galeone Carol Galletta Beth Gaudet Carla Gennari Luella Gesky Sylvia Giallombardo Cynthia Gilmore Patricia Gilroy Susan Glatman Carol Goldwater Carol Gray Jen Gray Gracie Greene Ronni Greene Denise Grulli Eileen Grossman Amanda Hallaway Genevieve Haney Josephine Hannigan Jess Hirschbuhl Diane Hobin Melissa Hodge Susan Horn Kathleen Horst Mary Hugelmyer Patricia Hutchinson
1992 1984 1955 1988 2009 2010 1964 1979 1991 1972 2013 1990 2006 1976 1992 1987 1995 1964 1969 1988 1973 1962 1962 1962 2002 1970 1985 1972 2003 2008 1954 2013 1996 2009 1977 1954 1951 1975
Ruth Iannone Pamela Ingham Karen Ingvoldstad Melissa Itoh Stacy Jackson Suzanne Jacobsen Donna Johnson Clara Jordan Joy Jorgensen Karol Kain Aimee Karpinski Mili Katz Pat Kaufman Veronica Keane Margaret Keary Joan Keegan Stefanie Kenney Christina Kines Lisa Klemens Kacey Knauer Elizabeth Knauss Kris Koster Natalie Kozlowski Joanna Kralowetz Joan Krasnoff Susan Krawczyk Jean Labelle Ashley Lane Joyce Lappin Cheryl Larrier Michelle Lavagnino Kelly LeMin Debra Lindsay Kayleigh Lotti Rosemarie Lovallo August Lowe Carolann Lubach Carol Lucas
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1963 1976 1967 1998 1995 1985 1987 1957 1956 1975 1989 1987 1952 1988 1974 1986 2005 1975 1985 1995 1982 1989 1992 2009 1951 1980 1989 2007 1971 1969 2012 1995 1979 2009 1987 1962 2009 1966
SOF TBALL AL UMNAE ROBYN TREZISE MEGAN SCHARF
DIANA ROSE Patricia Ludwig Jessica Luna Paula Luparello Shannon Luther Charlene Madonna Jeanine Maiolini Cathie Malach Kathleen Malley Sheila Manners Clara Martin Patricia Martin Elyse Martinez Janet Matthes Dorothy Mayorga Bev McDonnell Janice McFadden Susan McGarvey Terry McQuade Mary Merlo Pricilla Merryman Nancy Metz Sara Michalowski Carole Mischler Valerie Monaco Maureen Monaghan Marion Moore Christine Moran Kathryn Moran Marie Moretti Kelly Morris Lorraine Moucha Denise Mugno Barbara Myers Dorsey Myers Barbara Newman Muriel Nicklas Monique Noel Vikki Nolan
1955 2003 1980 2002 1964 2002 1980 1992 1958 1967 1983 1998 1953 1978 1955 1987 1983 1971 1975 1974 1962 2011 1953 1994 1980 1971 2002 1983 1956 2005 1970 1981 1961 1955 1969 1952 1986 1996
Kayla Noonan Christie Novatin Courtney Oliver Callie Osborne Nicole Osovski Elizabeth Parbus Cecilia Parry Laura Patinella Teri Pavia Joanne Pedranghelu Mary Anne Peters Miriam Peterson Barbara Pfrunder Erin Pilon Carolyn Pizzuto Erin Phillips Valerie Provenzano Lynn Quattrini Marsha Radow Melanie Redman Francine Rogers Diane Ronga Kris Root Diana Rose Loriann Russo Ruth Ryan Hannah Sackelman Linda Santisi Jo Sanzone Lindsay Sawyer Megan Scharf Samantha Schour Jessica Schreier Dorothy Schwartz Helen Scotto Karen Serani Marisa Semmel Wyllis Shenhoose
1998 2010 2008 2005 2013 1977 1978 1992 1989 1983 1975 1947 1952 2002 1982 1996 1961 1962 1962 1998 1954 1975 2010 1995 1994 1954 1961 1983 1953 2001 1995 2001 1970 1956 1953 1985 1997 1987
Helen Sherman Debbie Shelvin Mari Shepard Karen Short Eileen Silverman Shana Singer Amalia Singler D.J. Slugh Janet Sorensen Alicia Smith Jen Smith Kathy Solomon Stacy Solomon Laura Speirs Mary Spring Genevieve Statelman Sherry Sterbinsky Nancy Stetz Danielle Stewart Barbara Stolowitz Marjorie Strunk Jean Stumpf Nancy Sudman Laura Sweeney Mary Sweeney Susan Switzer Danielle Tetro Krista Thorn Mary Tietjen Wendy Tobin Lisa Torres Robyn Trezise Tara Ulrich Laura Valentino Suzanne Vasata Susan Vaughan Jayne Vetter Helen Vrionis
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1963 1983 2002 1982 1976 1998 1963 2013 1953 2000 2000 1977 1984 1995 1977 1979 1989 1954 2003 1960 1960 1974 1952 2006 1974 1971 1999 2012 1955 1984 2005 1995 2006 2011 1983 1978 1979 1953
Erin Wade Lisa Wambold Lee Warner Marilynn Weber Kim Willard Anne Wood Robin Wynn Carolyn Ziegler Tessa Ziemba
2012 2006 1994 1951 1994 1964 1981 1957 2013
This list was compiled from the best available sources. Any omission was purely accidental. Please call the Office of Athletic Communications at (516) 4636759 with any additions or corrections. KIM WILLARD
HOFS TRA IN POS TSE ASON PLAY Overall Record: 31-30 NCAA Tournament: 24-28 ECAC Tournament: 7-2
1993 ECAC DIVISION I SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP (4-0)
May 13-15, 1993 at Hofstra University Lehigh 1 Hofstra 5 Canisius 2 Hofstra 4 Robert Morris 2 Hofstra 6
Robert Morris 0 Hofstra 5 (Hofstra wins championship)
1993 NCAA TOURNAMENT (0-2)
Number Six Regional May 22-23, 1993 at Hofstra University #18 Connecticut 2 Hofstra 1 #6 Nevada-Las Vegas 6 Hofstra 0 (Hofstra eliminated)
1994 ECAC DIVISION I SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP (3-2)
May 14-15, 1994 at Hofstra University Providence 3 Hofstra 2 East Carolina 1 Hofstra 5 Boston University 0 Hofstra 9 Providence 1 Hofstra 8 Providence 4 Hofstra 3 (Hofstra eliminated; Providence wins championship)
1995 NCAA TOURNAMENT (1-2)
East Regional May 19-21, 1995 at Princeton University Hofstra 5 #22 Princeton 9 Massachusetts 0 Hofstra 3 Hofstra 2 Connecticut 3 (8) (Hofstra eliminated)
1999 NCAA TOURNAMENT (0-2)
East Regional May 20-22, 1999 at Amherst, Massachusetts Hofstra 4 California 5 Hofstra 1 #8 Southwestern Louisiana 5 (Hofstra eliminated)
2000 NCAA TOURNAMENT (1-2)
South Regional May 18-20, 2000 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana #17 Louisiana-Lafayette 1 Hofstra 2 Hofstra 1 #8 Southern Mississippi 14 Hofstra 1 #7 Louisiana State 2 (Hofstra eliminated)
2001 NCAA TOURNAMENT (1-2)
West Regional May 17-19, 2001 at Palo Alto, California Hofstra 0 #3 Stanford 4
Brigham Young 2 Hofstra 4 Hofstra 0 Central Michigan 10 (Hofstra eliminated)
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2005 AT ALABAMA
2005 NCAA TOURNAMENT (2-2)
May 20-22, 2005 at Tuscaloosa, Alabama
2004 AT STANFORD
2003 NCAA TOURNAMENT (2-2)
May 15-17, 2003 at Lincoln, Nebraska Hofstra 3 #11 Nebraska 1 Hofstra 0 #23 Iowa 3 Hofstra 1 Creighton 0 (9) (Creighton eliminated) Hofstra 0 #11 Nebraska 6 (Hofstra eliminated)
2004 NCAA TOURNAMENT (4-2)
May 20-23, 2004 at Palo Alto, California Hofstra 1 #12 Auburn 0 (9) Hofstra 1 Southern Illinois 0 (12) Hofstra 1 #7 Stanford 7 Hofstra 3 Southern Illinois 1 (Southern Illinois eliminated) Hofstra 1 #7 Stanford 0 Hofstra 1 #7 Stanford 3 (Hofstra eliminated, Stanford advances to WCWS)
Hofstra 1 Arizona State 10 Hofstra 12 Mississippi Valley State 1 Hofstra 2 Arizona State 1 Hofstra 0 #9 Alabama 6 (Hofstra eliminated, Alabama advances to NCAA Super Regionals)
2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT (1-2)
May 19-21, 2006 at Hempstead, New York Hofstra 5 Penn State 4 (8) #9 Arizona State Hofstra
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Penn State 9 Hofstra 2 (Hofstra eliminated)
2007 NCAA TOURNAMENT (1-2)
May 18-20, 2007 at Hempstead, New York Harvard 2 Hofstra 3 (9) Hofstra 2 Baylor 7 Albany 4 Hofstra 2 (Hofstra eliminated)
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HOFS TRA IN POS TSE ASON PLAY 2008 NCAA TOURNAMENT (2-2)
2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT (3-0)
May 17-18, 2008 at Hempstead, New York
May 18-20, 2012 at Los Angeles, Cailfornia
Long Island 0 Hofstra 1
Hofstra 7 #12 UCLA 2
Hofstra 0 #9 Arizona 10 (5)
Hofstra 2 San Diego State 0
Canisius 1 Hofstra 5
Hofstra 2 San Diego State 1 (San Diego State eliminated, Hofstra advances to Super Regionals)
Hofstra 0 #9 Arizona 5 (Hofstra eliminated, Arizona advances to Super Regionals)
2010 NCAA TOURNAMENT (2-2)
May 21-23, 2010 at Tuscon, Arizona
2012 NCAA SUPER REGIONALS (1-2)
May 26-26, 2012 at Tampa, Florida Hofstra 2 #19 South Florida 1 (11)
Hofstra 8 #14 Oklahoma State 6
Hofstra 1 #19 South Florida 2 (9)
Hofstra 0 #3 Arizona 6
Hofstra 1 #19 South Florida 2 (South Florida advances to WCWS)
#14 Oklahoma State 2 Hofstra 5
2013 NCAA TOURNAMENT (3-2)
Hofstra 6 #3 Arizona 10 (12) (Hofstra eliminated, Arizona advances to Super Regionals)
2010 AT ARIZONA
May 17-19, 2013 at Columbia, Missouri Hofstra 2 Oregon State 0 Hofstra 0 #6 Missouri 1 Hofstra 8 Oregon State 4 (10) Hofstra 10 #6 Missouri 0 Hofstra 0 #6 Missouri 5 (Hofstra eliminated, Missouri advances to Super Regionals) 2012 AT UCLA
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SERIES RE CORDS Adelphi 2-9 Alabama 0-1 Albany 0-1 Arizona 0-5 Arizona State 1-4 Arkansas 2-1 Army 16-3 Auburn 1-1 Ball State 2-2 Baylor 1-1 Belmont 1-0 Binghamton 1-0 Boston College 11-7 Boston University 24-11 Bridgeport 1-6 Brigham Young 2-0 Brooklyn 9-1 Brown 0-1 Bucknell 2-5 Buffalo 2-0 California 0-3 California-Los Angeles (UCLA) 2-3 California State-Northridge 0-2 Canisius 2-1 CCNY 1-2 Central Connecticut 10-4 Central Florida 2-3 Central Michigan 3-3 Chattanooga 1-2 College of Charleston 2-0 Coastal Carolina 2-1 Columbia 4-0 Connecticut 22-16 Creighton 1-0 C.W. Post 5-4 Delaware State 1-0 Delaware 58-16 DePaul 0-2 Drexel 55-10 East Carolina 1-4 East Tennessee St. 2-0 Evansville 2-0 Fairfield 4-0 Florida 0-8 Florida A&M 5-1 Florida Atlantic 2-8 Florida Gulf Coast 1-1 Florida International 0-1 Florida State 2-13 Fordham 8-2 Furman 1-0 George Mason 31-3 Georgia 0-1 Georgia Southern 2-0 Georgia State 28-11 Georgia Tech 2-2 Hartford 17-1 Harvard 6-0
Hawaii 1-3 Hunter 6-0 Illinois 2-3 Illinois-Chicago 3-2 Illinois State 0-2 Indiana 2-1 Indiana State 1-3 Iona 15-0 Iowa 1-3 Jacksonville 2-2 James Madison 35-6 Kansas 0-1 Kent State 2-2 Kean 0-3 Lafayette 8-1 LaSalle 7-3 Lehigh 16-4 Lehman 2-3 Long Beach State 0-1 Long Island University 17-8 Louisiana-Lafayette 1-7 Louisiana State 0-2 Louisville 1-1 Loyola Marymount 1-1 Maine 22-4 Manhattan 17-4 Manhattanville 2-1 Marist 13-1 Marshall 3-0 Maryland 6-5 Maryland-Baltimore County 4-0 Massachusetts 11-8 McNeese State 1-0 Mercy 1-1 Michigan 0-8 Michigan State 7-3 Middle Tennessee State 1-0 Mississippi 2-1 Mississippi State 1-3 Mississippi Valley State 2-0 Missouri 1-3 Monmouth 2-0 Nebraska 1-3 Nevada-Las Vegas 0-1 New York Institute of Technology 4-3 Nicholls State 1-0 North Carolina 2-4 North Carolina-Charlotte 2-0 North Carolina-Greensboro 1-0 North Carolina State 3-3 North Carolina-Wilmington 27-3 North Dakota State 1-0 Northeastern Illinois 1-1 Northwestern 0-3 Northwestern State 1-0 Notre Dame 1-1 Ohio State 2-1 Oklahoma 1-0
Oklahoma City 0-3 Oklahoma State 3-3 Oregon State 2-0 Pacific 1-1 Penn State 4-2 Pittsburgh 1-2 Princeton 17-10 Providence 3-5 Purdue 3-2 Queens 5-5 Queensboro 4-0 Quinnipiac 4-1 Radford 1-0 Rhode Island 10-0 Rider 18-7 Robert Morris 9-0 Rutgers 23-5 St. Francis 2-1 St. John’s 31-7-1 St. Joseph’s 1-0 St. Peter’s 3-1 San Diego State 2-0 Santa Clara 2-0 Seton Hall 11-9 South Carolina 1-7 South Florida 6-14 Southern Connecticut 0-1 Southern Illinois 2-2 Southern Mississippi 1-1 Stanford 1-5 Stetson 0-1 Stony Brook 12-2 SUNY-Cortland 0-1 Syracuse 2-5 Temple 14-3 Tennessee 0-4 Tennessee Tech 1-1 Texas 2-2 Towson 63-15 Trenton State 0-2 Troy State 1-1 Tulsa 2-1 UNLV 0-1 Utah 0-1 Vermont 18-0 Villanova 2-2 Virginia 3-7 Virginia Tech 2-2 Wagner 29-4 Washington 0-4 Western Illinois 1-0 Western Michigan 2-1 Wichita State 1-1 William Patterson 2-1 Winthrop 1-0 Wisconsin 1-1 Wright State 2-0 Yale 9-1
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ALL-TIME RES ULTS Please note that these results were YEAR: 1975 compiled from the best available sources. Coach: Fran Pedersen Any missing information is due to a lack Queensboro of available data. Lehman Queens YEAR: 1951 Adelphi Coach: Muriel Bach Record: 5-0 Brooklyn Queens 31-7 W CCNY Wagner 17-12 W C.W. Post Brooklyn 22-13 W Hunter Wagner 4-3 W Stony Brook Queens 37-13 W
YEAR: 1952 Coach: Muriel Bach Wagner Brooklyn St. Joseph’s Long Island University Wagner
Record: 4-1 20-21 L 18-17 W 19-1 W 16-3 W 18-6 W
information not available
1982 AND 1983 Record: 6-3 12-9 W 2-9 L 7-8 L 2-14 L 25-13 W 25-3 W 20-2 W 9-8 W 22-15 W
information not available Year: 1984 Coach: Mark Fazio Lehman St. Peter’s Adelphi Wagner Bridgeport Army Mercy C. W. Post Hunter Kean Queens Long Island University Manhattanville William Paterson Brooklyn Trenton State
Record: 6-10 21-2 W 11-5 W 0-31 L 3-4 L 2-8 L 1-14 L 9-11 L 1-14 L 18-8 W 8-9 L 0-1 L 6-5 W 11-4 W 2-8 L 12-11 W 1-10 L
Coach: Karen Andreone Record: 7-2^ Rutgers 0-11 L Rutgers 1-13 L New York Tech 3-0 W Wagner 7-3 W YEAR: 1953 New York Tech 5-0 W Coach: Muriel Bach Record: 3-1 C.W. Post 1985-1987 3-2 W Results not available Lehman 9-2 W information not available C.W. Post 3-1 W YEAR: 1954 Stony Brook 24-6 W Year: 1988 Coach: Muriel Bach Record: 3-1 Coach: Marc Fazio Record: 23-12 Results not available ^ complete results not available at Adelphi 0-7 L Hartford 5-4 W YEAR: 1955 YEAR: 1979 Brown 2-5 L Coach: Muriel Bach Record: 3-1 Coach: Karen Andreone 5-13 L Record: N/A Seton Hall Results not available St. John’s 4-6 L 3-1 W Results not available. Team was New York State at Long Island University 1956-1969 St. Peter’s 9-0 W AIAW Champions information not available Bridgeport 0-10 L YEAR: 1980 Bridgeport 4-3 W YEAR: 1970 14-0 W Coach: Karen Andreone Record: 10-5 Iona Coach: Fran Pedersen Record: 2-3 Hunter (forfeit) 11-0 W 1-0 W at Yale Queensboro 15-0 W Wagner 2-1 W 8-1 W at Yale Adelphi 7-17 L New York Tech 3-8 L 6-3 W St. John’s Stony Brook 31-5 W New York Tech 8-6 W 4-5 L St. John’s Southern Connecticut 5-24 L Lehman 5-7 L 9-0 W at LaSalle Queens 6-20 L Adelphi 7-2 W 1-2 L at LaSalle 5-4 W Trenton State 4-15 L Wagner YEAR: 1971 16-5 W William Paterson 10-5 W Queens Coach: Fran Pedersen Record: 2-5 William Paterson 3-1 W 8-6 W Army CCNY 12-15 L Queens 3-1 W 7-0 W New York Tech Queensboro 17-9 W Iona 8-3 W 23-3 W New York Tech Lehman 2-9 L Manhattanville 4-10 L 13-4 W Lafayette Stony Brook 16-18 L Stony Brook 12-0 W 15-0 W Lafayette Queens 10-11 L Kean 9-3 W 2-6 L Mercy Hunter 19-4 W Kean 4-14 L 4-5 L SUNY-Cortland Adelphi 15-27 L C.W. Post 2-1 W YEAR: 1981 C.W. Post 9-8 W YEAR: 1972 12-2 W Coach: Joe Botti Record: 3-15 Brooklyn Coach: Fran Pedersen Record: 4-2 C.W. Post 0-5 L 0-8 L Delaware Stony Brook 3-21 L New York Tech 3-1 W 3-8 L Delaware Hunter 13-12 W Lehman 24-0 W 0-17 L Manhattan Queens 10-0 W St. John’s 16-0 W 7-6 W Manhattan Queensboro 16-3 W Adelphi 4-1 W 5-13 L St. Francis CCNY 9-12 L Adelphi 2-4 L 1-4 L Seton Hall Adelphi 15-7 W Wagner 12-0 W 7-3 W Seton Hall Hunter 18-1 W 1973 AND 1974 Manhattanville 6-8 L information not available Brooklyn 4-6 L Complete results not available
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ALL-TIME RES ULTS YEAR: 1989 Coach: Sharon Giblin Record: 16-22, 5-9 ECC Bucknell* Bucknell* St. Peter’s Maine Maine Bridgeport Bridgeport Towson State* Towson State* St. John’s St. John’s Lehigh* Lehigh* Lafayette* Lafayette* Army Wagner N.Y. Tech N.Y. Tech Queens C.W. Post C.W. Post Adelphi Adelphi LaSalle LaSalle Drexel* Drexel* Rider* Rider* Brooklyn St. Francis St. Francis Long Island University Delaware* Delaware* Towson State+ Lehigh+ *ECC game +ECC Tournament
6-10 L 2-3 L 21-2 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 0-9 L 0-2 L 3-0 W 3-6 L 4-3 W 4-3 W 5-2 W 8-5 W 13-2 W 7-2 W 0-1 L 3-4 L 7-1 W 1-11 L 4-7 L 3-4 L 1-2 L 3-1 W 6-7 L 2-4 L 8-1 W 2-7 L 9-11 L 8-10 L 4-7 L 4-3 W 5-6 W 11-0 W 1-0 W 3-6 L 1-10 L 0-7 L 4-5 L
YEAR: 1990 Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 19-17-1, 7-7 ECC Bucknell* Bucknell* Lafayette* Lafayette* Bridgeport Bridgeport at St. John’s at St. John’s Villanova Villanova at Central Connecticut at Central Connecticut at Boston University at Boston University at Harvard at Harvard C.W. Post C.W. Post at Army at Army at Towson State*
5-8 L 0-7 L 4-0 W 10-1 W 0-11 L 3-8 L 0-2 L 3-4 L 6-7 L 7-6 W 3-4 L 0-6 L 8-3 W 3-3 T 3-1 W 5-1 W 4-1 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 0-3 L 0-1 L
at Towson State* at Rider* at Rider* Wagner Wagner at Delaware* at Delaware* Lehigh* Lehigh* at Drexel* at Drexel* Bucknell+ Lafayette+ Delaware+ Towson State+ Drexel+ *East Coast Conference game +ECC Tournament
0-2 L 4-2 W 0-10 L 4-0 W 6-1 W 1-0 W 1-2 L 5-2 W 4-0 W 2-3 L 5-0 W 0-3 L 3-2 W 3-0 W 2-0 W 1-4 L
YEAR: 1991 Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 24-13, 9-5 ECC at Bucknell at Bucknell Connecticut Connecticut at Virginia# at Virginia# at Virginia# vs. Canisius# Delaware Seton Hall Seton Hall Towson State* Towson State* Maryland-Baltimore County* Maryland-Baltimore County* St. John’s St. John’s LaSalle LaSalle at Lafayette at Lafayette Army Army Rider* Rider* Drexel* Drexel* at Wagner* at Wagner* Delaware* Delaware* at Central Connecticut* at Central Connecticut* vs. Delaware+ at Rider+ vs. Drexel+ at Rider+ #University of Virginia Tournament *East Coast Conference game +ECC Tournament
1-0 W 5-2 W 3-1 W 0-5 L 2-3 L 1-0 W 1-2 L 2-4 L 10-0 W 1-3 L 6-1 W 5-0 W 4-1 W 7-0 W 7-3 W 4-2 W 3-6 L 3-2 W 13-3 W 11-4 W 4-1 W 3-0 W 5-0 W 0-1 L 5-1 W 1-2 L 1-5 L 12-1 W 8-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 4-5 L 1-2 L 4-3 W 7-0 W 0-4 L 1-6 L
YEAR: 1992 Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 35-7-1, 9-1 ECC vs. Penn State# 3-2 W vs. Penn State# 5-2 W vs. Winthrop# 2-0 W vs. Maine# 5-3 W vs. Oklahoma City# 5-13 L vs. Iowa# 1-6 L at South Florida# 9-7 W vs. Florida State# 4-14 L Manhattan 11-0 W Manhattan 2-1 W at Seton Hall 4-1 W at Maryland-Baltimore County* 5-2 W at Maryland-Baltimore County* 6-1 W Brooklyn* 14-0 W Brooklyn* 12-0 W at Towson State* 9-0 W at Towson State* 5-3 W Boston College 5-2 W Boston College 1-0 W at Army 6-0 W at Army 4-0 W at Drexel 1-0 W at Drexel 8-9 L at Delaware 15-3 W at Delaware 4-2 W Central Connecticut* 6-2 W Central Connecticut* 6-0 W Rutgers 3-0 W Rutgers 5-3 W Massachusetts 7-6 W Massachusetts 4-6 L at Connecticut 1-2 L Wagner 5-0 W Wagner 12-2 W vs. Central Connecticut% 5-0 W at Princeton% 4-2 W at Princeton% 6-2 W at Rider* 2-0 W at Rider* 1-6 L Brooklyn+ 25-0 W Towson State+ 3-0 W Rider+ 2-0 W Rider+ 1-0 W #University of South Florida Invitational *East Coast Conference game %Princeton University Invitational +ECC Tournament
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ALL-TIME RES ULTS YEAR: 1993
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 37-12 vs. #19 Oklahoma State 1-0 W vs. #19 Oklahoma State 1-7 L vs. Georgia Southern* 5-0 W vs. #20 Iowa* 5-4 W vs. #6 Florida State* 0-6 L vs. UNC-Charlotte* 1-0 W vs. Central Michigan* 0-2 L Marist 8-0 W Wagner 7-0 W Wagner 3-0 W Seton Hall 14-1 W Seton Hall 9-0 W Manhattan 4-1 W Manhattan 6-1 W at Central Connecticut 23-2 W at Central Connecticut 3-2 W at North Carolina 0-2 L at North Carolina 0-1 L vs. Coastal Carolina# 6-7 L vs. UNC Wilmington# 4-0 W vs. Virginia# 2-3 L vs. #5 Florida State# 2-10 L at Massachusetts 3-0 W at Massachusetts 2-0 W vs. Robert Morris% 2-1 W vs. Rider% 1-0 W at Princeton% 4-3 W vs. Rider% 7-0 W vs. Robert Morris% 2-1 W Drexel 3-0 W Drexel 6-1 W Army 9-0 W Army 3-2 W Rhode Island 5-0 W Rhode Island 10-0 W St. John’s 1-0 W St. John’s 3-2 W Rider 5-0 W Rider 3-2 W at Rutgers 10-2 W at Rutgers 4-0 W Connecticut 2-1 W Temple 0-4 L Temple 6-0 W Lehigh+ 5-1 W Canisius+ 4-2 W Robert Morris+ 6-2 W Robert Morris+ 5-0 W #18 Connecticut!! 1-2 L #6 UNLV!! 0-6 L *University of South Florida Invitational #University of North Carolina Invitational %Princeton University Invitational +ECAC Division I Championship !!NCAA Tournament at Hofstra
YEAR: 1994 Coach: Bill Edwards Manhattan Manhattan Wagner Wagner vs. Central Connecticut* vs. NE Illinois* at Troy State* at Florida A&M
Record: 39-16 12-0 W 10-0 W 10-0 W 2-0 W 6-1 W 6-0 W 1-0 W 5-3 W
at Florida A&M at #12 Florida State at #12 Florida State vs. Wichita State** vs. Kent State** vs. Oklahoma City** at Tulsa** vs. Oklahoma City** at Delaware at Delaware Providence Providence vs. Furman# vs. Georgia State# vs. Northwestern State# vs. McNeese State# vs. UNC Wilmington# vs. Coastal Carolina# vs. #13 South Carolina# at Army at Army Yale Yale Princeton Princeton at Temple at Temple at Rider at Rider Rhode Island Rhode Island at St. John’s Massachusetts Massachusetts vs. #23 Robert Morris% at Princeton% vs. Rider% vs. #23 Robert Morris% at Princeton% at Connecticut at Connecticut South Florida Providence+ East Carolina+ Boston University+ Providence+ Providence+ *East Coast Conference Tournament **University of Tulsa Invitational #Frost Cutlery Invitational %Princeton Invitational +ECAC Division I Championship
10-2 W 2-3 L 3-4 L 0-1 L 0-1 L 1-6 L 9-1 W 0-6 L 2-0 W 5-1 W 0-1 L 6-1 W 6-1 W 1-2 L 1-0 W 4-2 W 5-1 W 5-0 W 4-5 L 13-0 W 8-0 W 8-0 W 4-3 W 5-2 W 1-0 W 2-3 L 1-2 L 4-1 W 3-10 L 2-1 W 4-0 W 4-3 W 2-0 W 9-1 W 7-3 W 1-2 L 4-1 W 6-0 W 2-1 W 2-5 L 8-6 W 2-1 W 2-3 L 5-1 W 9-4 W 6-1 W 3-4 L
YEAR: 1995 Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 41-21, 10-1 NAC vs. Iowa vs. North Carolina+ vs. Western Illinois+ vs. Central Michigan+ vs. Michigan State+ vs. #13 Oklahoma State+ vs. #14 Missouri+ Wagner Marist Marist vs. #9 Florida State% at #10 South Carolina%
2-4 L 3-1 W 1-0 W 11-0 W 2-1 W 0-5 L 5-7 L 6-0 W 8-0 W 8-2 W 1-5 L 1-5 L
vs. #9 Florida State% at #10 South Carolina% at #10 South Carolina% Manhattan Rhode Island Rhode Island Vermont* Vermont* Delaware* Providence Army Army at Hartford* at Hartford* at Boston College at Boston College at Boston University* at Boston University* at Maine* at Maine* at #31 Massachusetts at #31 Massachusetts at Yale at Yale Drexel* Drexel* Rider Rider Temple Temple vs. #31 Massachusetts$ at #21 Princeton$ vs. Connecticut$ vs. #31 Massachusetts$ #35 Connecticut #35 Connecticut Hartford** Boston University** Hartford** Boston University** Boston University** #22 Princeton #22 Princeton Lehigh# Lehigh# Lehigh# at #22 Princeton!! vs. Massachusetts!! vs. Connecticut!! *North Atlantic Conference game **NAC Tournament +South Florida Invitational %South Carolina Invitational $Princeton Invitational #NCAA Play-In Series !!NCAA Tournament
2-8 L 1-7 L 0-9 L 2-3 L 8-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 8-0 W 2-1 W 4-5 L 12-0 W 4-0 W 3-1 W 2-1 W 6-8 L 2-0 W 0-1 L 1-0 W 5-3 W 9-2 W 1-2 L 3-4 L 5-0 W 2-1 W 5-0 W 4-0 W 5-4 W 4-2 W 2-0 W 3-1 W 7-1 W 6-2 W 1-2 L 0-8 L 2-0 W 0-6 L 1-0 W 0-1 L 4-3 W 4-0 W 9-4 W 6-5 W 8-0 W 10-2 W 4-8 L 4-3 W 5-9 L 3-0 W 2-8 L
YEAR: 1996 Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 33-18, 12-0 NAC vs. #8 Cal State-Northridge vs. #12 South Carolina% vs. #9 Oklahoma% vs. Utah% vs. #7 Southwestern Louisiana% vs. Connecticut% vs. Marshall# at South Florida#
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0-4 L 4-7 L 1-0 W 0-3 L 1-15 L 3-4 (9) L 8-2 W 0-11 L
ALL-TIME RES ULTS vs. Indiana State# 2-1 W vs. #1 UCLA# 0-9 L vs. Michigan State# 2-8 L at Rider 4-0 W at Rider 6-2 W Fordham 8-0 W Fordham 3-1 W Manhattan 7-0 W St. John’s 14-6 W at Towson State* 11-1 W at Towson State* 9-1 W St. Peter’s 2-4 (9) L Marist 9-1 W Marist 4-3 W vs. Lehigh! 4-3 W at Princeton! 1-2 L vs. Robert Morris! 10-0 W vs. Lehigh! 9-0 W at Princeton! 0-6 L Rutgers 8-2 W Maine* 6-1 W Maine* 2-1 W Boston University* 4-1 W Boston University* 5-0 W at Hartford* 7-0 W at Hartford* 2-0 W at Princeton 0-1 L at Princeton 3-4 L Drexel* 10-0 W Drexel* 1-0 W Delaware* 11-2 W Delaware* 6-3 W Yale 3-4 L Yale 4-2 W Boston College$ 0-1 (8) L Connecticut$ 6-5 W Boston College$ 17-6 W Hartford$ 16-0 W at Connecticut 3-5 L at Vermont** 6-0 W vs. Boston University** 1-11 L at Vermont** 9-1 W vs. Boston University** 1-8 L %NSCA Leadoff Classic - Columbus, GA #South Florida/Speedline Invitational- Tampa, FL *North Atlantic Conference game !Princeton Invitational - Princeton, NJ $NAC/Big East Challenge - Hempstead, NY **North Atlantic Conference Tournament
YEAR: 1997 Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 38-16, 12-0 America East vs. #25 Michigan State+ 6-7 L vs. Arkansas+ 5-6 L vs. East Carolina+ 2-5 L vs. #13 Florida State+ 2-1 W vs. Ball State+ 2-10 L vs. Virginia+ 3-0 W vs. Evansville$ 5-7 L vs. #12 Arizona State$ 2-5 L vs. Santa Clara$ 10-2 W vs. Loyola Marymount$ 1-6 L vs. Santa Clara$ 7-5 W vs. NE Illinois$ 5-12 L at Manhattan 4-0 W Rider 3-2 W Rider 11-4 W
at Temple 4-0 W at Temple 5-1 W Providence 6-1 W Providence 4-5 L Vermont* 5-4 W Vermont* 4-1 W Hartford* 1-0 W Hartford* 8-1 W Rutgers 8-0 W Rutgers 9-6 W Yale 8-0 W Yale 12-2 W vs. Connecticut% 2-4 L vs. SW Louisiana% 2-5 L at Princeton% 5-3 W vs. Connecticut% 0-3 L Fairfield 11-8 W Fairfield 13-12 W at Delaware* 7-3 W at Delaware* 7-1 W at St. John’s 8-0 W at St. John’s 11-0 W at Marist 0-1 L at Marist 9-7 W Towson State* 1-0 W Towson State* 5-4 W at Massachusetts 4-5 L at Massachusetts 7-5 W at Boston University* 2-1 W at Boston University* 4-1 W at Maine* 5-2 W at Maine* 10-4 W Connecticut 4-2 W Connecticut 13-4 W Maine# 6-1 W Boston University# 1-2 L Maine# 8-2 W Boston University# 6-4 W Boston University# 1-4 L +University of South Florida Invitational $San Jose State University Invitational %Princeton University Invitational *America East game #America East Championship at Hofstra
YEAR: 1998 Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 39-17, 9-3 America East vs. Indiana State+ vs. Michigan State+ vs. #19 Texas+ vs. Mississippi+ vs. Florida Atlantic+ vs. Mississippi State+ vs. Indiana State+ at #25 South Florida# vs. Central Michigan# vs. Boston University# vs. Temple# vs. Purdue! vs. Belmont! vs. Marshall! vs. Mississippi! vs. Georgia State! vs. Michigan State! LaSalle LaSalle Manhattan
Manhattan 0-1 L vs. Boston College& 4-0 W at Princeton& 2-3 L vs. Robert Morris& 5-4 W at Princeton& 0-1 L Wagner 1-0 W Wagner 11-1 W Harvard 1-0 W Harvard 4-3 W Maine* 3-5 L Maine* 6-4 W Boston University* 5-3 W Boston University* 9-5 W at Boston College 2-1 W at Boston College 2-4 L Drexel* 3-2 W Drexel* 8-2 W at Rutgers 6-0 W at Rutgers 10-5 W St. John’s 7-0 W St. John’s 9-0 W Iona 5-1 W Iona 5-0 W at Towson* 10-8 W at Towson* 6-4 W at Princeton 1-2 L at Princeton 2-1 W at Vermont* 8-2 W at Vermont* 8-0 W at Delaware* 0-4 L at Delaware* 2-3 L vs. Boston University% 2-1 W vs. Maine% 4-0 W at Delaware% 5-0 W Massachusetts$ 0-4 L Massachusetts$ 0-3 L +University of South Florida Invitational #University of South Florida Spring Break Tournament !Florida State University Lady Seminole Invitational &Princeton University Invitational *America East game %America East Championship at Delaware $NCAA Play-In at Hofstra TORI ROCHA
1-5 L 4-3 W 0-1 L 4-0 W 5-0 W 3-8 L 0-1 L 5-4 W 12-6 W 9-4 W 3-1 W 7-1 W 5-1 W 12-2 W 0-2 L 10-2 W 2-9 L 6-1 W 0-3 L 5-2 W
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ALL-TIME RES ULTS
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 40-19, 11-3 America East vs. #20 Arizona State# 2-3 L vs. #14 Southwestern Louisiana# 0-15 (5) L vs. #10 Michigan# 2-5 (9) L vs. Central Michigan# 0-7 L vs. Nicholls State# 3-0 W vs. Connecticut# 1-2 L vs. Florida Atlantic% 6-5 (9) W vs. #12 Florida State% 5-6 L vs. Mississippi State% 1-4 L vs. Georgia% 2-10 (5) L vs. #10 Michigan% 0-3 L vs. Michigan State 7-2 W at Temple 6-2 W at Temple 8-0 (6) W Fordham 9-0 (5) W at Wagner 4-0 W at Wagner 13-0 (5) W at Princeton! 3-9 L vs. Connecticut! 6-1 W vs. Massachusetts! 7-4 W St. John’s 5-0 W St. John’s 5-3 W Boston College 4-1 W Boston College 3-1 W Rutgers 5-1 W Rutgers 9-1 (5) W at Virginia 3-4 (8) L at Virginia 3-4 L at Maryland 2-3 L at Maryland 9-3 W Hartford* 8-0 (6) W Hartford* 4-3 W Vermont* 3-1 W Vermont* 2-1 (8) W Princeton 7-5 W Princeton 8-2 (6) W at Boston University* 4-5 L at Boston University* 1-0 W at Maine* 1-2 L at Maine* 4-2 W at Manhattan 7-3 W at Manhattan 8-0 (5) W at Drexel* 3-2 W at Drexel* 2-0 W Rhode Island 16-2 (5) W Rhode Island 6-0 W LaSalle 9-0 (6) W LaSalle 12-0 (5) W Towson* 6-0 W Towson* 4-0 W Delaware* 5-7 (8) L Delaware* 8-0 (5) W vs. Towson+ 3-4 L vs. Delaware+ 12-3 W vs. Drexel+ 4-1 W vs. Towson+ 9-1 (6) W vs. Towson+ 7-0 W vs. California& 4-5 L vs. #8 Southwestern Louisiana& 1-5 L #NFCA Leadoff Classic at Columbus, GA %Speedline Invitational at Tampa, FL !Princeton Invitational *America East game +America East Championship at Vermont &NCAA Regionals at Amherst, MA
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 42-21, 22-4 America East at #20 Hawaii$ 4-5 L vs. #15 Long Beach State$ 4-6 L vs. #1 UCLA$ 1-6 L vs. #19 Texas$ 3-1 W vs. Texas Tech$ 2-3 L vs. Texas Tech$ 1-0 W vs. #1 UCLA$ 10-5 W vs. Cal State-Northridge% 3-5 L vs. Nebraska% 0-1 L vs. Louisiana-Lafayette% 4-5 (8) L vs. DePaul% 0-1 L vs. Harvard% 5-0 W vs. Massachusetts% 6-0 W vs. Maryland# 6-5 W vs. Illinois-Chicago# 2-4 L vs. Connecticut# 3-6 L vs. Purdue# 1-8 L vs. #18 South Carolina# 3-8 L Boston College 2-1 W Boston College 2-1 W Long Island University 0-2 L Long Island University 5-1 W Maine* 10-1 (5) W Maine* 10-0 (6) W Maine* 10-2 (5) W Maine* 10-2 (6) W Temple 5-1 W Temple 4-1 W Towson* 4-1 W Towson* 6-0 W Towson* 9-3 W Towson* 3-5 L St. John’s 3-1 W Delaware* 2-1 W Delaware* 3-2 W Delaware* 0-1 L Delaware* 4-6 L Manhattan 2-3 L Iona 5-0 W at Drexel* 2-0 W at Drexel* 12-0 (5) W at Drexel* 5-3 W at Drexel* 2-1 W Seton Hall 2-1 (8) W Seton Hall 2-0 W at Vermont* 4-3 (8) W at Vermont* 6-0 W at Vermont* 10-1 (5) W at Vermont* 22-0 (5) W at Connecticut 6-3 W at Boston University* 3-4 L at Boston University* 2-1 W Hartford* 4-2 W Hartford* 5-4 W Hartford* 8-2 W Hartford* 6-1 W Towson+ 2-1 W Delaware+ 3-2 (20) W Boston University+ 0-2 L Boston University+ 1-0 W vs. #17 Louisiana-Lafayette& 2-1 W vs. #8 Southern Mississippi& 1-14 L at #7 Louisiana State& 1-2 L $Paradise Classic at Honolulu, HI %NFCA Leadoff Classic at Columbus, GA #Speedline Invitational at Tampa, FL *America East game +America East Championship at Hofstra University &NCAA Regionals at Baton Rouge, LA
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 37-26, 20-6 America East vs. South Carolina$ 2-6 L vs. Notre Dame$ 1-8 L vs. Maryland$ 1-2 L vs. Washington$ 4-8 L at South Florida$ 0-2 L at Florida 2-4 L at Florida 2-6 L at Florida Atlantic 3-4 L at Florida Atlantic 0-2 L vs. Florida International% 1-5 L vs. Indiana% 9-1 (6) W at South Florida% 0-3 L vs. Pittsburgh% 4-1 W vs. Georgia State% 5-2 W vs. Massachusetts# 0-5 L vs. Chattanooga# 4-2 W vs. Wisconsin# 2-4 L vs. Florida Atlantic# 3-9 L vs. Kansas# 2-8 L St. John’s 3-2 W at Towson* 5-3 W at Towson* 4-0 W at Towson* 1-11 (5) L at Towson* 11-1 (6) W Long Island 4-0 W Boston University* 6-1 W Boston University* 1-3 L Boston University* 9-0 (5) W Boston University* 13-5 (6) W Iona 5-2 W Wagner 10-2 (5) W Drexel* 2-1 W Drexel* 2-1 W Drexel* 7-0 W Drexel* 4-1 W at Manhattan 3-1 W Princeton 1-0 W Princeton 3-2 W at Delaware* 6-3 W at Delaware* 2-3 L at Delaware* 1-2 L at Delaware* 7-1 W Rutgers 5-6 L Rutgers 3-1 W Vermont* 4-0 W Vermont* 4-2 W Vermont* 8-0 (5) W Vermont* 11-0 (5) W Connecticut 1-2 L at Hartford* 3-4 (10) L at Hartford* 7-5 (9) W at Maine* 1-4 L at Maine* 3-0 W at Maine* 8-4 W at Maine* 4-0 (9) W vs. Drexel+ 1-0 W vs. Towson+ 2-6 L vs. Drexel+ 3-2 W vs. Towson+ 4-0 W vs. Towson+ 4-3 (11) W at #3 Stanford& 0-4 L vs. Brigham Young& 4-2 W vs. Central Michigan& 0-10 (5) L $Holiday Inn Invitational at Tampa, FL %South Florida/Wilson Tournament at Tampa, FL #Speedline Invitational at Tampa, FL *America East game +America East Championship at Newark, DE &NCAA Regionals at Palo Alto, CA
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Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 28-25, 11-2 CAA vs. #9 Washington$ 0-6 L at Florida$ 2-4 L vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga$ 2-4 L at Florida$ 0-3 L vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga$ 0-10 (5) L at Stetson 5-10 L Seton Hall 4-8 L vs. Illinois-Chicago# 3-7 L vs. Penn State# 0-8 (6) L vs. #4 Stanford# 2-11 (6) L vs. Western Michigan# 3-0 W vs. Georgia Southern# 4-3 (3) W vs. Virginia Tech# 0-6 L Long Island University 2-1 W Long Island University 7-2 W at Army 6-0 W at Army 8-0 W Boston College% 1-2 L Boston College% 0-3 L Boston College% 0-6 L Wagner% 10-1 (5) W vs. #7 California^ 2-4 L at Hawaii^ 3-5 L vs. Northwestern^ 0-2 L at Hawaii^ 2-1 W vs. #7 California^ 2-15 L at Hawaii 1-3 L Syracuse 1-0 W at Rutgers 0-1 L at Rutgers 0-4 (6) L at Towson* 2-5 L at Towson* 7-3 W at Towson* 1-6 L Manhattan 3-4 L Manhattan 8-0 (5) W Delaware* 5-2 W Delaware* 7-2 W Delaware* 13-1 (5) W at St. John’s 3-4 L George Mason* 5-2 W George Mason* 2-0 (8) W Marist 6-0 W Marist 1-0 W at James Madison* 2-1 (12) W at James Madison* 3-1 W Stony Brook 3-2 W at Connecticut 4-1 W Drexel* 11-3 (6) W Drexel* 4-1 W Drexel* 8-0 (6) W Delaware+ 5-4 W Towson+ 4-3 W Towson+ 9-1(5) W $Florida Invitational at Gainesville, FL #Speedline Invitational at Tampa, FL %Hofstra Invitational ^Hawaii Invitational at Honolulu, HI *CAA game +CAA Championship at Hofstra University
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 39-17, 12-2 CAA vs. Jacksonville# 1-3 L vs. Rhode Island# 3-0 W vs. #17 Notre Dame# 7-4 W vs. Kent State# 0-5 L at South Florida# 2-10 L at Florida Atlantic 0-5 L at Florida Atlantic 2-6 L vs. Indiana$ 11-2 W vs. Radford$ 4-2 W at South Florida$ 2-6 L vs. Seton Hall$ 3-1 W vs. Northwestern% 2-7 L vs. #4 Washington% 1-9 L vs. #18 Massachusetts% 5-1 W vs. North Carolina% 1-0 W vs. Ball State% 8-3 W vs. Pacific% 0-7 L Marist 8-6 W Marist 8-0 W Boston College^ 0-3 L Monmouth^ 5-4 W Boston College^ 6-4 W Monmouth^ 10-1 W at Stony Brook 9-2 W at Stony Brook 5-2 W vs. Delaware State+ 7-6 W at Maryland+ 1-8 L Towson* 3-0 W Towson* 16-0 W Towson* 6-5 W at Delaware* 11-0 W at Delaware* 7-2 W at Delaware* 0-1 L at Syracuse 2-7 L at Syracuse 2-3 L at George Mason* 11-4 W at George Mason* 8-2 W at George Mason* 7-1 W St. John’s 9-6 W St. John’s 6-2 W Columbia 10-0 W Columbia 9-0 W James Madison* 3-0 W James Madison* 4-3 W Army 4-3 W Army 9-0 W at Drexel* 6-2 W at Drexel* 2-3 L at Drexel* 10-0 W Towson! 4-2 W George Mason! 6-0 W Towson! 2-1 W at #11 Nebraska& 3-1 W vs. #23 Iowa& 0-3 L vs. Creighton& 1-0 W at #11 Nebraska& 0-6 L #USF-Wilson Tournament at Tampa, FL $USF-Best Western Tournament at Tampa, FL %Speedline Invitational at Tampa, FL ^Hofstra Invitational +Maryland Invitational *CAA game !CAA Championship at Hofstra University &NCAA Regionals at Lincoln, NE
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 38-21, 14-4 CAA vs. Seton Hall# 1-4 L vs. Jacksonville# 5-0 W vs. Florida# 0-4 L at South Florida# 0-5 L at Central Florida 1-4 L at Central Florida 4-5 (10) L vs. Maryland$ 3-1 W vs. Temple$ 8-3 W vs. Tulsa$ 1-0 W vs. North Carolina State$ 5-1 W at South Florida$ 3-4 L vs. Tennessee Tech% 4-6 (10) L vs. UNLV% 0-1 L vs. Illinois% 1-2 L vs. Villanova% 1-3 L vs. Western Michigan% 4-0 W vs. Troy State% 2-5 L at UNC Wilmington* 6-2 W at UNC Wilmington* 5-6 L at UNC Wilmington* 5-4 W at Towson* 0-2 L at Towson* 9-0 (5) W at Towson* 5-2 W Boston University 8-3 W Boston University 9-4 W Rutgers 9-2 W Rutgers 5-10 L Delaware* 4-3 W Delaware* 6-1 W Delaware* 2-4 (10) L Drexel* 6-2 W Drexel* 15-0 (5) W Drexel* 8-0 (5) W Quinnipiac 8-1 W Quinnipiac 5-1 W St. John’s 2-3 L St. John’s 7-0 W Wagner 8-0 (5) W Wagner 6-0 W at Long Island 5-7 L George Mason* 7-1 W George Mason* 4-1 W George Mason* 8-0 (5) W Stony Brook 9-3 W Stony Brook 6-0 (6) W at James Madison* 0-1 L at James Madison* 2-0 W at James Madison* 4-3 W Delaware! 2-3 L vs. Towson! 7-5 W vs. James Madison! 3-0 W Delaware! 2-0 W vs. Delaware! 2-1 (9) W vs. #12 Auburn& 1-0 (9) W vs. Southern Illinois& 1-0 (12) W at #7 Stanford& 1-7 L vs. Southern Illinois& 3-1 W vs. #7 Stanford& 1-0 W at #7 Stanford& 1-3 L #USF-Wilson Tournament at Tampa, FL $USF-Best Western Tournament at Tampa, FL %Speedline Invitational at Tampa, FL *CAA game !CAA Championship at Hofstra University &NCAA Regionals at Palo Alto, CA
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Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 43-16-1, 14-2 CAA vs. Florida A&M@ 1-3 L vs. #6 Stanford@ 0-6 L vs. Seton Hall@ 2-3 L vs. Jacksonville@ 0-2 L vs. South Florida@ 5-4 W at Florida Atlantic 5-6 L at Florida Atlantic 0-12 L vs. Illinois^ 6-1 W vs. Temple^ 11-2 W vs. Wagner^ 3-2 W vs. Rhode Island^ 5-2 W vs. Western Michigan~ 3-5 L vs. Purdue~ 1-0 W vs. Villanova~ 1-0 W vs. Oklahoma State~ 0-9 L vs. Southern Miss.~ 4-3 W vs. Tennessee Tech~ 3-0 W vs. Seton Hall+ 0-1 L Maine+ 2-1 W vs. Maine+ 4-2 W Seton Hall+ 0-7 L Manhattan 5-1 W vs. Iona! 5-3 W Long Island! 5-1 W vs. Long Island! 15-0 W Iona! 5-0 W at Rutgers 12-0 W at Rutgers 11-2 W at George Mason* 11-12 L at George Mason* 9-2 W Syracuse 3-0 W Syracuse 0-8 L at Delaware* 1-0 W at Delaware* 6-0 W at Delaware* 3-0 W at St. John’s 6-4 W at St. John’s 3-3 T UNC Wilmington* 5-0 W UNC Wilmington* 7-6 W UNC Wilmington* 7-0 W Connecticut 2-0 W Quinnipiac 0-1 L Quinnipiac 2-0 W Towson* 4-1 W Towson* 3-6 L at James Madison* 6-1 W at James Madison* 3-0 W at James Madison* 4-2 W at Stony Brook 5-4 W at Stony Brook 3-2 W at Drexel* 7-0 W at Drexel* 6-2 W at Drexel* 8-0 W James Madison# 7-4 W Towson# 5-1 W vs. Towson# 6-3 W vs. Arizona State& 1-10 L vs. Miss. Valley State& 12-1 W vs. Arizona State& 2-1 W vs. #9 Alabama& 0-6 L *Colonial Athletic Association game @USF/Wilson Invitational at Tampa, FL ^USF/Adidas Invitational at Tampa, FL ~Speedline Invitational +Hofstra Tournament of Champions &Hofstra Invitational #CAA Tournament at Hofstra University !NCAA Regionals at Tuscaloosa, AL
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 37-20, 14-6 CAA vs. Temple@ 10-0 W vs. College of Charleston@ 5-1 W vs. Florida A&M@ 11-3 W vs. Jacksonville@ 3-0 W vs. South Florida@ 5-7 L at Central Florida 6-4 W at Florida 3-7 L at Florida 3-6 L vs. #5 Michigan+ 3-5 L vs. Georgia Tech+ 1-3 L vs. Illinois-Chicago^ 2-0 W vs. North Carolina State^ 2-4 L vs. Buffalo^ 7-1 W vs. Temple^ 6-4 W vs. #3 Tennessee^ 0-5 L vs. Michigan State^ 2-0 W vs. Purdue^ 0-8 L Manhattan& 14-8 W Seton Hall& 12-2 W at UNC Wilmington* 11-8 W at UNC Wilmington* 3-7 L at UNC Wilmington* 8-5 W Stony Brook 4-2 W at Long Island 5-1 W Towson* 3-2 W Towson* 6-1 W Towson* 6-3 W Iona 11-3 W Iona 10-7 W at George Mason* 7-4 W at George Mason* 21-0 W at Connecticut 9-0 W at Syracuse 0-5 L at Syracuse 1-2 L Georgia State* 3-2 W Georgia State* 6-5 (8) W Georgia State* 2-3 (8) L St. John’s 14-6 W St. John’s 5-1 W at James Madison* 3-1 (9) W at James Madison* 4-2 W at James Madison* 2-3 L Wagner 4-2 W Wagner 3-4 L Drexel* 2-5 (9) L Drexel* 8-2 W Drexel* 8-0 W at Delaware* 1-2 (11) L at Delaware* 3-4 L at Delaware* 9-0 W vs. UNC Wilmington# 19-0 W at Georgia State# 5-3 W at Georgia State# 3-4 L at Georgia State# 7-3 W vs. Penn State! 5-4 (8) W vs. #9 Arizona State! 0-2 (8) L vs. Penn State! 2-9 L *Colonial Athletic Association game @USF/Wilson Invitational at Tampa, FL +NFCA Leadoff Classic at Columbus, GA ^USF/adidas Invitational at Tampa, FL &Hofstra Invitational #CAA Tournament at Atlanta, GA !NCAA Regionals at Hempstead, NY
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 41-15, 17-3 CAA vs. #15 Washington@ 1-8 L vs. East Tennessee State@ 8-0 (5) W vs. Wichita State@ 5-2 (8) W Florida A&M@ 3-2 W at #24 South Florida@ 0-2 L at Central Florida 3-1 W at Central Florida 1-2 L vs. #24 Southern Illinois+ 0-1 L vs. #13 Michigan+ 0-1 L vs. Auburn+ 3-4 L vs. North Carolina+ 1-3 L vs. Seton Hall+ 3-5 L vs. Robert Morris^ 8-2 W vs. Central Michigan^ 2-1 W vs. Virginia Tech^ 0-1 L vs. Ohio State^ 4-3 (8) W vs. Fordham^ 5-3 W vs. #25 North Carolina State^ 3-2 (9) W vs. #20 Georgia Tech^ 9-7 W vs. North Carolina (2nd Place)^ 1-7 L Rutgers 7-0 W James Madison* 3-0 W James Madison* 4-3 (10) W James Madison* 1-3 L Wagner 9-1 W Wagner 4-1 W George Mason* 4-0 W George Mason* 9-6 W George Mason* 7-0 W Iona 5-4 W at Lehigh 6-0 W at Georgia State* 10-5 W at Georgia State* 5-10 L at Georgia State* 10-2 W Connecticut 10-4 W Manhattan 9-1 W at Towson* 7-0 W at Towson* 1-6 L at Fordham 8-1 W Delaware* 2-0 W Delaware* 7-0 W Delaware* 2-1 (8) W at Long Island 4-0 W at Drexel* 4-1 W at Drexel* 10-2 W at Drexel* 5-1 W Quinnipiac 8-1 W UNC Wilmington* 7-0 W UNC Wilmington* 7-1 W UNC Wilmington* 3-0 W UNC Wilmington# 3-2 W Georgia State# 1-0 W Georgia State# 3-1 W vs. Harvard! 3-2 (9) W vs. #7 Baylor! 2-7 L vs. Albany! 2-4 L *Colonial Athletic Association game @Wilson Invitational at Tampa, FL +NFCA Leadoff Classic at Columbus, GA ^USF/adidas Invitational at Tampa, FL #CAA Tournament at Hempstead, NY !NCAA Regionals at Hempstead, NY
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ALL-TIME RES ULTS YEAR: 2008
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 45-13, 18-3 CAA vs. Florida A&M@ 4-0 W vs. #4 Tennessee@ 1-6 L vs. Florida Gulf Coast@ 8-5 W vs. Mississippi@ 3-2 (8) W at #7 Florida 0-5 L vs. Georgia Tech+ 4-0 W at South Florida+ 0-1 (10) L vs. South Carolina+ 7-4 W vs. Wright State+ 5-1 W vs. Wisconsin+ 2-0 W vs. Florida State^ 0-1 L vs. #4 Tennessee^ 2-5 L vs. Georgia Tech^ 2-7 L vs. Illinois State^ 0-2 L vs. Charlotte^ 6-1 W vs. Coastal Carolina& 5-0 W vs. Illinois-Chicago& 2-0 W vs. East Tennessee State& 5-2 W vs. #13 Baylor& 8-7 W vs. Michigan State& 2-0 W at James Madison* 9-0 W at James Madison* 0-3 L at James Madison* 3-1 W at Rutgers 10-1 W at Towson* 3-0 W at Towson* 2-4 L at Towson* 4-0 W Lehigh 2-1 (8) W Lehigh 3-1 W UNC Wilmington* 7-0 W UNC Wilmington* 8-0 (6) W UNC Wilmington* 6-0 W Iona 12-0 (5) W at Connecticut 3-1 W at Georgia State* 0-1 L at Georgia State* 5-2 W at Georgia State* 15-2 (5) W Fordham 8-1 W Drexel* 8-0 (6) W Drexel* 5-0 W Drexel* 8-0 (5) W at Long Island 2-0 W at Delaware* 9-0 (5) W at Delaware* 8-1 W at Delaware* 8-1 W at St. John’s 8-0 (5) W George Mason* 4-0 W George Mason* 9-1 (5) W George Mason* 8-0 (5) W Towson# 3-1 W James Madison# 4-5 L Towson# 4-2 W James Madison# 3-1 (11) W James Madison# 3-0 W Long Island! 1-0 W #9 Arizona! 0-10 (5) L Canisius! 5-1 W #9 Arizona! 0-5 L *Colonial Athletic Association game @Best Western Invitational at Tampa, FL +Louisville Slugger Invitational at Tampa, FL ^NFCA Leadoff Classic at Columbus, GA &Under Armour Invitational at Clearwater, FL #CAA Tournament at Hempstead, NY !NCAA Regionals at Hempstead, NY
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 26-21, 14-3 CAA vs. Illinois@ 4-1 W vs. Illinois@ 1-2 L vs. Marshall@ 3-1 W vs. #12 Arizona@ 0-10 L at South Florida@ 2-9 L vs. #24 Ohio State^ 0-2 L vs. #18 Northwestern^ 1-3 L vs. Illinois-Chicago& 5-1 W vs. Ball State& 2-1 W vs. North Carolina State& 3-5 L vs. Fordham& 1-2 L vs. Connecticut& 1-6 L vs. Brigham Young% 4-0 W vs. Ball State% 1-2 L vs. Florida Gulf Coast% 2-3 L vs. Indiana% 4-6 L vs. Loyola Marymount% 8-2 W at St. John’s 6-1 W at George Mason* 7-0 W at George Mason* 10-6 W at George Mason* 3-1 W Rutgers 8-0 W James Madison* 1-0 W James Madison* 6-4 W Long Island 5-4 W Towson* 3-6 L Towson* 10-4 W Towson* 7-0 W at Maryland 2-4 L at Maryland 5-1 W at UNC Wilmington* 4-1 (9) W at UNC Wilmington* 1-2 L at UNC Wilmington* 8-0 W Connecticut 0-1 (8) L at Fordham 4-3 (8) W Georgia State* 2-1 W Georgia State* 2-3 L Georgia State* 6-1 W Stony Brook 8-0 W at Drexel* 6-0 W at Drexel* 9-4 W at Drexel* 3-0 W at Long Island 1-4 L Long Island 0-2 L Long Island 0-2 L James Madison# 0-2 L Georgia State# 1-3 (12) L *Colonial Athletic Association game @Wilson Invitational at Tampa, FL ^NFCA Leadoff Classic at Columbus, GA &Under Armour Invitational at Clearwater, FL %Under Armour Classic at Clearwater, FL #CAA Tournament at Hempstead, NY
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 45-12, 18-2 CAA vs. North Dakota State@ 12-11 (10) W vs. North Carolina State@ 2-1 W vs. Michigan State@ 2-1 W vs. Kent State@ 5-1 W at South Florida@ 4-1 W vs. Virginia Tech^ 3-2 W vs. Mississippi State^ 2-1 W vs. Kent State^ 1-0 W vs. #18 Florida State^ 0-8 L vs. Mississippi Valley State^ 6-4 W vs. #18 Louisville& 2-1 W vs. #5 Michigan& 3-4 (8) L vs. #5 Michigan& 1-3 L Boston University% 4-9 L Connecticut% 5-0 W Boston University% 2-1 W Connecticut% 5-1 W at St. John’s 6-2 W LIU 1-3 L at Delaware* 10-1 W at Delaware* 7-3 W at Delaware* 3-2 (8) W at Maryland 2-0 W at Maryland 2-10 L George Mason* 8-0 W George Mason* 6-1 W George Mason* 2-0 W Princeton 6-2 W at Rutgers 4-1 W at Rutgers 2-1 W at James Madison* 6-0 W at James Madison* 6-3 W at James Madison* 7-0 W Marist 8-0 W Fairfield 5-0 W at Towson* 2-0 W at Towson* 7-4 W at Towson* 3-4 L Fordham 0-1 L St. John’s 10-2 W UNC Wilmington* 3-0 W UNC Wilmington* 8-0 W at LIU 5-8 L at Georgia State* 0-1 (10) L at Georgia State* 5-2 W at Georgia State* 2-0 W Iona 6-0 W Drexel* 12-2 W Drexel* 2-1 W Drexel* 4-3 (10) W Towson# 7-3 W James Madison# 8-1 W Georgia State# 3-0 W vs. #14 Oklahoma State! 8-6 W at #3 Arizona! 0-6 L vs. #14 Oklahoma State! 5-2 W at #3 Arizona! 6-10 (12) L *Colonial Athletic Association game @La Quinta Invitational at Tampa, FL ^NFCA Leadoff Classic at Columbus, GA &Red and Black Invitational at Louisville, KY %Hofstra Invitational at Hempstead, NY #CAA Tournament at Hempstead, NY ! NCAA Regionals at Tucson, AZ
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Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 40-13, 19-1 CAA vs. UNC Greensboro@ 16-0 (10) W vs. St. John’s@ 4-1 W at #23 Florida State@ 1-5 L vs. St. John’s@ 9-0 W at #23 Florida State@ 2-0 W vs. Virginia^ 0-2 L at East Carolina^ 0-5 L vs. Kent State^ 12-0 W vs. Virginia^ 2-1 W at East Carolina^ 4-5 L vs. #12 Texas& 0-5 L at #21 LSU& 0-1 (9) L vs. Pittsburgh& 1-3 L vs. Middle Tennessee St.# 3-2 W vs. Michigan State# 3-2 (9) W vs. Purdue# 7-2 W at Florida Atlantic# 0-7 L vs. Buffalo# 6-0 W Columbia% 11-2 W Connecticut% 4-1 W Columbia% 7-0 W Connecticut% 7-0 W at Drexel* 3-1 W at Drexel* 6-3 W at Drexel* 12-0 W Iona 8-0 W Rutgers 10-4 W Delaware* 2-1 W Delaware* 7-1 W Delaware* 1-0 W at Fordham 5-1 W at George Mason* 10-0 W at George Mason* 11-2 W at George Mason* 2-6 L James Madison* 11-3 W James Madison* 16-6 W James Madison* 3-0 W at Lehigh 6-0 W at Lehigh 2-4 L Towson* 7-2 W Towson* 2-0 W St. John’s 5-0 W at LIU 2-3 L at UNC Wilmington* 11-0 W at UNC Wilmington* 3-1 W at UNC Wilmington* 5-1 W Georgia State* 4-0 W Georgia State* 2-0 W Georgia State* 4-1 W Delaware! 9-0 W Georgia State! 1-0 W Georgia State! 2-4 L Georgia State! 0-2 L *Colonial Athletic Association game @Seminole Kickoff Classic at Tallahassee, FL ^Pirate Classic at Greenville, NC &Purple and Gold Challenge at Baton Rouge, LA #Florida Atlantic Invitational at Boca Raton, FL %Hofstra Invitational at Hempstead, NY !CAA Tournament at Hempstead, NY
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 42-15, 19-0 CAA vs. #21 Louisville@ vs. Virginia@ at East Carolina@ vs. #17 Louisiana-Lafayette# vs. Illinois# vs. #10 Tennessee# vs. #12 Michigan# vs. DePaul# vs. Pittsburgh$ vs. Virginia Tech$ vs. North Carolina State$ vs. Ohio State$ vs. #14 UCLA Maine% Connecticut% Maine% Connecticut% at Georgia State* at Georgia State* at Georgia State* Iona Long Island University Drexel* Drexel* at Rutgers at Rutgers Binghamton at Delaware* at Delaware* at Delaware* Central Connecticut State Central Connecticut State Lehigh Lehigh George Mason* George Mason* George Mason* Fordham at St. John’s at James Madison* at James Madison* Princeton at Towson* at Towson* at Towson* UNC Wilmington* UNC Wilmington* UNC Wilmington* Delaware& Georgia State& Georgia State& at #14 UCLA! San Diego State! San Diego State! at #19 South Florida+ at #19 South Florida+ at #19 South Florida+
YEAR: 2013 6-7 (9) L 2-7 L 3-4 L 4-5 L 0-2 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 1-6 L 10-0 (5) W 2-6 L 1-0 W 4-9 L 1-0 (9) W 8-2 W 2-3 L 8-0 (5) W 8-6 W 16-0 (5) W 4-1 W 7-6 W 3-2 (9) W 8-1 W 12-5 W 8-2 W 8-0 W 9-1 W 3-0 W 9-2 W 9-0 (5) W 6-0 W 11-3 (6) W 10-1 (6) W 6-7 (8) L 12-3 (5) W 9-3 W 8-0 (5) W 6-1 W 3-2 W 2-0 W 4-0 W 9-0 (5) W 4-1 W 10-0 (5) W 7-0 W 7-0 W 1-0 (9) W 3-0 W 2-1 W 1-0 W 9-1 (5) W 7-2 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 (11) W 1-2 (9) L 1-2 L
*Colonial Athletic Association game @Pirate Clash at Greenville, NC #NFCA Leadoff Classic at Clearwater, FL $Citrus Classic at Orlando, FL %Hofstra Invitational at Hempstead, NY &CAA Tournament at Hempstead, NY !NCAA Regional at Los Angeles, CA +NCAA Super Regional at Tampa, FL
Coach: Bill Edwards Record: 46-13, 18-2 CAA vs. Arkansas@ 8-1 W vs. Tulsa@ 6-9 L at #25 Florida State@ 1-9 (6) L at #25 Florida State@ 0-4 L vs. Arkansas 6-4 W vs. Pacific# 4-0 W vs. Illinois State# 2-3 L vs. #12 Louisiana-Lafayette# 2-4 L vs. #15 Michigan# 0-3 L vs. Southern Illinois# 5-7 L vs. Mississippi State$ 1-9 (6) L vs. #5 Texas$ 7-2 W vs. Penn State$ 3-0 W vs. Maryland$ 11-3 (6) W vs. Charleston$ 6-2 W Central Connecticut State% 9-0 (5) W Connecticut% 6-5 W Connecticut% 18-0 (5) W Central Connecticut State% 12-6 W at UNC Wilmington* 11-0 (5) W at UNC Wilmington* 8-4 W Iona 4-1 W at Lehigh 5-2 W at Lehigh 5-0 W Georgia State* 2-3 L Georgia State* 7-1 W Georgia State* 2-1 W Rutgers 0-1 (8) L Rutgers 6-5 W Marist 1-0 W Marist 9-3 W at Drexel* 11-0 (5) W at Drexel* 13-0 (6) W at Drexel* 5-0 W Delaware* 7-1 W Delaware* 3-0 W Delaware* 11-2 (5) W at Seton Hall 8-0 W at Seton Hall 9-1 (5) W at George Mason* 2-0 W at George Mason* 1-2 L at George Mason* 3-0 W at Fordham 10-2 (6) W Long Island University 9-1 (6) W James Madison* 1-0 W James Madison* 1-0 W James Madison* 9-4 W at Fairfield 5-0 W Towson* 8-0 (5) W Towson* 9-0 (5) W Towson* 1-0 (9) W Towson& 6-0 W James Madison& 8-0 (6) W James Madison& 2-1 W vs. Oregon State! 2-0 W at #8 Missouri! 0-1 L vs. Oregon State! 8-4 (10) W at #8 Missouri! 10-0 (5) W at #8 Missouri! 0-5 L *Colonial Athletic Association game @Florida State Invitational at Tallahassee, FL #Leadoff Classic at Clearwater, FL $ESPN Disney Citrus Classic at Orlando, FL %Hofstra Invitational at Hempstead, NY &CAA Tournament at Hempstead, NY !NCAA Regional Columbia, MO
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ME DIA FOLLOWING
ofstra’s success on the softball diamond has generated a great deal of media coverage for the Pride. Local newspapers, television and radio stations are frequent guests at the Hofstra Softball Stadium. Hofstra Softball has also been featured in several national publications including Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, and on the web at ESPN.com. Each season, Hofstra’s student-radio station (WRHU) broadcasts all home games, as well as all CAA and NCAA Championship events.
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HOFS TRA IN T HE COM M UNI TY
he Hofstra Softball program is extremely active in the Long Island community, lending itself to a variety of charitable and educational causes.
The team has raised money for and participated in the American Cancer Society’s Walk for a Cure at Jones Beach. Hofstra also hosts a Think Pink Day and wears pink jerseys in support of breast cancer research. The team also supports the HEADstrong Foundation, which was founded by former Pride lacrosse player Nick Colleluori. Nick was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and created the foundation to help raise awareness before he passed away. During the Holiday season the team participates in Operation Christmas Child, a program that provides gifts to needy children and families. The team is also involved with the Big Brother/Big Sister program and the Long Island Special Olympics. The team holds clinics to teach the game and to spend time with each group.
The Hofstra Softball program also works with the Women’s Sports Foundation and participates in WSF-sponsored clinics throughout the year. Several times each year, Pride players and coaches speak at schools and softball clinics. The team also participates in a reading program with the Glen Cove Head Start day care program, as well as local elementary schools. Through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, the team “adopted” Hannah Prokops, an 11-year old girl who was diagnosed with a brain tumor. The team welcomes Hannah and her family to Hofstra games and spends time with her off the field as well. This past fall, the Pride took part in Shake-A-Rake, going out into the local community to rake leaves for elderly and disabled people. The softball team assisted 2013 graduate Olivia Galati in hosting a charity softball game for Carissa Crossan, a 13-year old Long Island softball player who was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma. The sold-out game was held November 9 at the Hofstra Softball Stadium and raised more than $7,600 to help with Carissa’s medical expenses. Working with various youth softball leagues on Long Island, the team hosts many groups throughout the season. Teams are invited onto the field during introductions and join the team for the National Anthem.
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2014 HOFS TRA ME DIA INFORMATION
he Hofstra University Office of Athletic Communications welcomes the members of the media covering the 2014 Pride softball team. If we can be of any assistance to you throughout the year, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope the following items will help you during your visits to Hofstra University. Enjoy the season.
Office of Athletic Communications 240 Hofstra University-Swim Center 262 Hempstead, NY 11549 (516) 463-6759 - Brian Bohl’s office (516) 463-5033 - Fax (516) 463-5049 – Press Box
Credential Requests: All members of the press should contact the Office of Athletic Communications at least 48 hours before each game to request credentials. Game Services: Game notes, statistics and
lineups are available before the game in the press box.
Associate Director of Athletics for Communications
Brian Bohl (Softball Contact) Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 50 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10020 (212) 621-1630 - Office (212) 621-1639 - Fax
Radio: The Hofstra Office of Athletic
Communications will provide a touchtone digital phone line for the opponent’s commercial and student radio stations. Visiting teams will need to give the Athletic Communications Office two weeks notice of their intention to broadcast. All calls must be made collect or direct dial from the radio station to the Hofstra Softball Stadium. Postgame Interviews: Hofstra players
2014 HOFSTRA SOFTBALL MEDIA OUTLETS
and coaches will be available for postgame interviews, upon request, after a 10-minute cooling off period. Contact Brian Bohl with your request. Player Interviews: All requests for studentathlete interviews during the week should be made at least one day in advance with the Office of Athletic Communications. If you are requesting a phone interview, we will have the student-athlete return your call at a mutually convenient time. Player home phone numbers will not be distributed. In-person interviews may be conducted in a number of locations in and around the Hofstra Physical Education Center. However, interviews may not be conducted in the locker room or the training room.
NEWSDAY 235 Pinelawn Road Melville, NY 11747 (631) 843-2820 - Office (631) 454-6892 - Fax NEW YORK TIMES 229 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036 (212) 556-7384 - Office (212) 556-5848 - Fax NEW YORK DAILY NEWS 450 West 33rd Street New York, NY 10001 (212) 210-1692 - Office (212) 643-7845 - Fax NEW YORK POST 1211 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036 (212) 930-8700 - Office (212) 930-8727 - Fax LONG ISLAND HERALD 2 Endo Boulevard Garden City, NY (516) 569-4000 - Office (516) 469-4942 - Fax LONG ISLAND PRESS 1103 Stewart Avenue Garden City, NY 11530 (516) 992-1800 - Office (516) 992-1801 - Fax
Jim Sheehan Senior Sports Information Director
HOFSTRA CHRONICLE Student Center Hempstead, NY 11550 (516) 463-6965 - Office (516) 463-6977 - Fax NEWS 12 LONG ISLAND 150 Media Crossways Woodbury, NY 11797 (516) 393-3740 - Office (516) 393-1269 - Fax
Len Skoros Director of Athletic Publications
Press Seating: Hofstra Softball Stadium press seating is located in the press box atop the bleachers behind home plate.
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WRHU-FM 88.7 Hofstra University Dempster Hall Hempstead, NY 11549 (516) 463-5667 - Office (516) 463-5668 - Fax
HOFS TRA CAMP US MAP/
GE T TING TO HOFS TRA
From Southern New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia: Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 13. Cross the Goethals Bridge and continue on Route 278 to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Stay in the left lane of the Bridge and take the Belt Parkway-East. The Belt Parkway becomes the Southern State Parkway at the Nassau County line. Take the Southern State Parkway to the Meadowbrook Parkway North (Exit 22). Exit the Meadowbrook Parkway at Exit M4 (Hempstead Turnpike Route 24). Head west to Hofstra (approximately 1 mile).
bridge to the Cross Bronx Expressway. Take the Cross Bronx Expressway to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Follow directions from the Throgs Neck Bridge from this point.
From Northwestern New Jersey, Northern Pennsylvania and the Middle States: Take Interstate 78, Interstate 80, U.S. Route 22, New Jersey Route 4 or New Jersey Route 17 to the George Washington Bridge. Proceed over the
From the Throgs Neck Bridge: Follow signs for Eastern Long Island. Take the Cross Island Parkway to the Grand Central Parkway-East. The Grand Central becomes the Northern State Parkway at the Nassau County line. Take the Northern State Parkway-East to the Meadowbrook Parkway-South (exit 31A). Take the Meadowbrook Parkway-South to Exit M4 West (Hempstead Turnpike Route 24). Follow Hempstead Turnpike West to Hofstra (approximately 1 mile).
From Upstate New York: Take New York Thruway over the Tappan Zee Bridge to Cross Westchester Expressway (Interstate 287). Stay on the Expressway to the New England Thruway (Interstate 95). Proceed south on the Thruway to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Follow directions from the Throgs Neck Bridge from this point.
For Team Travel Via Bus: Commercial buses are not allowed on New York City (Belt, Grand Central or Cross Island) or Long Island (Southern State or Northern State) Parkways. Team buses should take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway from the south, and the Clearview Expressway from the north, to get to the Long Island Expressway for the trip to Hofstra. Once on the Long Island Expressway (I-495), buses should proceed to Glen Cove Road-South (exit 39). Head south on Glen Cove Road for approximately eight miles to Hempstead Turnpike/Fulton Avenue and turn left (east). Hofstra University is approximately two miles east on Hempstead Turnpike. Public Transportation from Airport: If a visitor arrives at either La Guardia or Kennedy Airport, the most direct means of reaching the University is by one of three limousine companies that service both airports and the Hofstra University area. Larryâ€™s Taxi Service (516) 483-3333; Transport Limousine Service (800) 654-1164 (out of state) (800) 832-5466 (in New York state); Winston Limousine Service (800) 4-AIRPORT. Railroads: AMTRAK services Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan, approximately 30 miles from the Hofstra campus. To get to Hofstra from Penn Station, take the Long Island Rail Road to the Hempstead station. The Hofstra University Courtesy Bus and taxi services are available there. Hofstra is approximately 1.5 miles from the station.
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2013 CAA CHAMPIONS
2014 Hofs tra Uni versi ty sof tball Schedule FEBRUARY 14 Fri. 15 Sat. 16 Sun.
RENEGADE CLASSIC (Tallahassee, FL) North Dakota State, 10 a.m., Southern Mississippi 2 p.m. Florida State, TBA 10 a.m., TBA Finals/Consolation 10 a.m./12:30 p.m.
NFCA LEADOFF CLASSIC (Clearwater, FL) 21 Fri. Connecticut, South Florida 12 p.m., 5 p.m. 22 Sat. Louisiana-Lafayette, Illinois State 2:30 p.m., 5 p.m. 23 Sun. Massachusetts 11 a.m. FGCU/FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON TOURNAMENT (Fort Myers, FL) 28 Fri. Eastern Michigan, Florida Gulf Coast 2:30 p.m., 7 p.m.
MARCH FGCU/FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON TOURNAMENT (Fort Myers, FL) 1 Sat. Bethune-Cookman, Eastern Michigan 2:30 p.m., 7 p.m. 2 Sun. Michigan State 12:15 p.m. 14 Fri.
HOFSTRA INVITATIONAL Hartford vs. Columbia Columbia vs. Fairfield Georgetown vs. Hartford Georgetown vs. Hofstra
9:30 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 2 p.m. 4:15 p.m.
Georgetown vs. Fairfield Fairfield vs. Hartford Columbia vs. Georgetown Columbia vs. Hofstra
9:30 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 2 p.m. 4:15 p.m.
Fairfield vs. Georgetown Hartford vs. Columbia Fairfield vs. Hofstra Hartford vs. Hofstra
9:30 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 2 p.m. 4:15 p.m.
22 23 26 29 30
Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun.
at James Madison* (DH) at James Madison* at Rutgers (DH) at Towson* (DH) at Towson*
1 2 5 6 9 10 12 13 15 16 19 20 23 24 29 30
Tue. Wed. Sat. Sun. Wed. Thu. Sat. Sun. Tue. Wed. Sat. Sun. Wed. Thu. Tue. Wed.
Fordham Delaware State (DH) UNCW* (DH) UNCW* at Iona (DH) at Stony Brook Charleston* (DH) Charleston* Seton Hall Louisiana State (DH) at Delaware* (DH) at Delaware* Lehigh (DH) at LIU Brooklyn Central Connecticut (DH) St. John’s
3 p.m. 2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m.
APRIL 4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m.
MAY 2 Fri. Drexel* 3 p.m. 3 Sat. Drexel* (DH) 12 p.m. 7-9 Wed.- CAA Championship Fri. (at highest seed) 16-18 Fri.- NCAA Regionals Sun. 23-25 Fri.- NCAA Super Regionals Sun. 29-6/4 Thu. NCAA Women’s College World Series -Wed. (Oklahoma City, OK)
*COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION GAME HOME GAMES IN BOLD. DATES AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE.