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THE 2016 JACKRABBITS

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CHRISTIAN MCKONE

LAUREN CHIRNSIDE

JULIA ANDERSEN

BAILY JANSSEN

ALI HERDLISKA

HEIGHT ................................5-3 YEAR ..............................JUNIOR POSITION ...............OUTFIELDER BATS LEFT – THROWS RIGHT BONNEY LAKE, WASH. ARMY/BONNEY LAKE H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-6 YEAR..............................SENIOR POSITION ...............OUTFIELDER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT KANSAS CITY, MO. BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-9 YEAR ........................FRESHMAN POSITION ...........................OF/P BATS LEFT – THROWS LEFT PAPILLION, NEB. PAPILLION-LA VISTA H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-8 YEAR ........................FRESHMAN POSITION ..................INFIELDER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT MISSOURI VALLEY, IOWA MISSOURI VALLEY H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-9 YEAR ........................FRESHMAN POSITION ............................C/IF BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT SOLON, IOWA SOLON H.S.

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ERIN MULLEN

DEVAN LARSEN

KATIE LANG

JORDYN STURGEON

HEIGHT ................................5-7 YEAR .....................SOPHOMORE POSITION ..................INFIELDER BATS LEFT – THROWS RIGHT MACKSBURG, IOWA IOWA LAKES CC/EARLHAM H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-9 YEAR ........................FRESHMAN POSITION ..................INFIELDER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT BETTENDORF, IOWA PLEASANT VALLEY H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-8 YEAR..............................SENIOR POSITION ..................INFIELDER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT MONROE, WASH. MONROE H.S.

HEIGHT ..............................5-10 YEAR ..............................JUNIOR POSITION .....................PITCHER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT NEW BERLIN, WIS. EISENHOWER H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-9 YEAR .......................SOPHMORE POSITION .......................UTILITY BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT OMAHA, NEB. MILLARD SOUTH H.S.

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ASHLYN BENDER

MALLORY MCQUISTAN

DANA CHAVEZ

DANIELLE STEFFO

BRYANA CLARK

HEIGHT ................................5-8 YEAR ..............................JUNIOR POSITION .....................PITCHER BATS LEFT – THROWS LEFT HIGHLAND, CALIF. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-7 YEAR ........................FRESHMAN POSITION.....................CATCHER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT FREMONT, NEB. FREMONT H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-1 YEAR .....................SOPHOMORE POSITION ...............OUTFIELDER BATS LEFT – THROWS RIGHT HACIENDA HEIGHTS, CALIF. LOS ALTOS H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-7 YEAR .....................SOPHOMORE POSITION.....................CATCHER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT MISSION VIEJO, CALIF. TESORO H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-8 YEAR .....................SOPHOMORE POSITION .....................PITCHER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT RIVERSIDE, CALIF. MARTIN LUTHER KING H.S.

Please call us South Dakota State or SDSU Please do not call us the “Lady” Jackrabbits Please do not call us San Diego State or SDST Please do not call us South Dakota

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YANNEY PONCE

HEIGHT ................................5-8 YEAR ........................FRESHMAN POSITION ...........................OF/C BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT LINCOLN, NEB. LINCOLN EAST H.S.

HEIGHT ................................5-7 YEAR ........................FRESHMAN POSITION ..................INFIELDER BATS RIGHT – THROWS RIGHT SAN BERNADINO, CALIF. CAJON H.S.

What’s the difference? Good Question. Calling us “South Dakota” is like calling Illinois State “Illinois” or Ohio State “Ohio” or Florida State “Florida” or Iowa State “Iowa” or Utah State “Utah” or Idaho State “Idaho.” Calling South Dakota State “San Diego State” is just not cool, so please don’t do it.

Also, Jackrabbits is one word, not Jack Rabbits or JackRabbits. Our jackrabbit mascot is modeled after a real species of rabbit, not a rabbit named Jack... technically speaking, a jackrabbit is a hare, but that’s not relevant in this case. Calling us the Jacks is an acceptable second reference. Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


TABLE OF CONTENTS

#OnTheRise

SDSU Quick Facts ..........................................................................................................................................1-5 General Information .................................................................................................................................2 2016 Schedule.........................................................................................................................................3 2016 Roster and Coaching Staff...............................................................................................................4 Jackrabbit Media Policy/Media Outlets.....................................................................................................5 SDSU Athletic Department Mission Statement ...................................................................................................6 Jackrabbit Coaching Staff ..............................................................................................................................7-9 Head Coach Krista Wood ..........................................................................................................................8 Assistant Coaches Shannon Pivovar and John Newman .............................................................................9 SDSU Sports Medicine ....................................................................................................................................10 SDSU Strength and Conditioning.....................................................................................................................11 SDSU Administration .................................................................................................................................12-13 SDSU Athletics Support Staff ..........................................................................................................................14 Meet the Jackrabbits..................................................................................................................................15-22 Jackrabbit Seniors .....................................................................................................................................16-17 Lauren Chirnside....................................................................................................................................16 Devan Larsen .........................................................................................................................................17 Jackrabbit Juniors......................................................................................................................................18-19 Ashlyn Bender and Katie Lang................................................................................................................18 Christian McKone and Dana Chavez........................................................................................................19 Jackrabbit Sophomores and Freshmen........................................................................................................20-21 Bryana Clark, Abbey Murphy and Danielle Steffo ....................................................................................20 Jordyn Sturgeon .....................................................................................................................................21 Julia Anderson, Lyndsey Crist, Ali Herliska, Baily Janssen ........................................................................21 Mallory McQuistan, Erin Mullen and Yanney Ponce..................................................................................22 All-Time Letterwinners....................................................................................................................................23 The Summit League...................................................................................................................................24-25 Summit League Opponents..............................................................................................................................26 Jackrabbit Softball Stadium and the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex ........................................................27 SDSU Athletic Facilities...................................................................................................................................28 SDSU Softball History and Records ............................................................................................................30-36 Year-by-Year Scores...................................................................................................................................37-43 Under Armour, The Official Outfitter of the South Dakota State Jackrabbits......................................................44 Welcome to South Dakota State University.................................................................................................45-48 CREDITS –– PRONUNCIATION GUIDE The South Dakota State University Print Lab produced 50 copies of the 2016 South Dakota State softball media guide on recycled paper at a cost of 0.00 per copy. Front cover design by SDSU Marketing and Communications. Photos credited to Dave Eggen, Inertia Sports Media, Troy Maroney and Sean Welsh. Additional photos provided by The Brookings Register. Historical data compiled by, Tyler Merriam and Ryan Sweeter, SDSU Sports Information, and by assistant athletic director for sports information Jason Hove. For more information regarding the Jackrabbit softball program, please contact SDSU Associate Sports Information Director Ryan Sweeter at (605) 688-4822 or by e-mail at Ryan.Sweeter@sdstate.edu Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

COACHES

Shannon Pivovar .........................Piv-oh-var PLAYERS

Christian McKone............................Muh-Cone Bonney Lake, Wash. .........................Bonnie Ali Herdliska ................................Herd-liss-ka Erin Mullen ..........Mull (Rhymes with bull) - en Jordyn Sturgeon ..................................Stir-jun Mallory McQuistan...................Muh-KWISH-in Lyndsey Crist ........Krist (short i, not like Christ) Yanney Ponce ..................Yah-nee –– Pon-say

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2016 QUICK FACTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Dakota State University CITY/ZIP ...............................................................Brookings, SD 57007 FOUNDED .........................................................................Feb. 21, 1881 ENROLLMENT ..............................................................................12,589 NICKNAME..................................Jackrabbits (NO “LADY” JACKRABBITS PLEASE) SCHOOL COLORS.............................................................Yellow and Blue ATHLETIC WEBSITE ................................................................GOJACKS.COM UNIVERSITY WEBSITE .............................................................sdstate.edu HOME FIELD ...................................................Jackrabbit Softball Stadium CAPACITY ........................................................................................500 AFFILIATION ...................................................................NCAA Division I CONFERENCE ............................................................The Summit League CONFERENCE WEBSITE ...........................................TheSummitLeague.org PRESIDENT .............................................................Dr. David L. Chicoine ALMA MATER, YEAR ..........................................South Dakota State, 1969 DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS ...........................................................Justin Sell ALMA MATER, YEAR ........................................Bowling Green State, 1991 SWA ................................................................................Kathy Heylens ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PHONE ........................................(605) 688-5625 TICKET OFFICE PHONE .........................(605) 688-5422 or 1-866-GOJACKS NAME OF SCHOOL.......................................South

@GoJacksSB

COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH ........................................................................Krista Wood ALMA MATER, YEAR .............................................Nebraska-Omaha, 2004 RECORD AT SCHOOL ..............................................23-29, Second

Season Season OFFICE PHONE ..............................................................(605) 688-4326 CAREER RECORD ..................................................293-183, 10th

ASSISTANT COACH .........................................................Shannon

Pivovar

ALMA MATER, YEAR ..............................................Missouri Western, 2010 OFFICE PHONE ..............................................................(605)

688-5723

ASSISTANT COACH .............................................................John

Newman College, 2011 OFFICE PHONE ..............................................................(605) 688-5723 ALMA MATER, YEAR.............................................Columbia

STUDENT MANAGERS ...................................Brent

Meshke, Keegan Lange

TEAM INFORMATION 2015 OVERALL RECORD .................................................................23-29 HOME RECORD ...............................................................................11-6 AWAY RECORD ...............................................................................6-14 NEUTRAL RECORD .............................................................................6-9 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ....................................................7-11/5th

SPORTS INFORMATION ASSOCIATE SID/SOFTBALL CONTACT ......................................Ryan

Sweeter OFFICE PHONE ..............................................................(605) 688-4822 CELL PHONE .................................................................(605) 376-4422 E-MAIL ..........................................................Ryan.Sweeter@sdstate.edu ASST. AD – SPORTS INFORMATION.............................................Jason

Hove OFFICE PHONE .............................................................(605) 688-4623 CELL PHONE .................................................................(605) 695-1827 E-MAIL..............................................................Jason.Hove@sdstate.edu

POSITION STARTERS RETURNING/LOST.................................................3/5 PITCHERS RETURNING/LOST ...............................................................4/1 LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST......................................................9/9

THE JACKRABBIT SPORTS NETWORK BROADCASTS SELECT GAMES CONTACT ..........................................................................Tyler

Merriam 688-4804 E-MAIL ..........................................................Tyler.Merriam@sdstate.edu PHONE.........................................................................(605)

ASSISTANT SID...............................................................Michele

Schmidt .............................................................(605) 688-4923 CELL PHONE .................................................................(605) 695-0704 E-MAIL ......................................................Michele.Schmidt@sdstate.edu OFFICE PHONE

SID MAILING ADDRESS........................................Sports

Information Office ............................................................2820 Stanley J. Marshall Center ..................................................................Brookings, SD 57007-1497

SOFTBALL HISTORY FIRST YEAR OF SOFTBALL ................................................................1971 OVERALL ALL-TIME RECORD ....................................................722-976-2 NCAA POSTSEASON BERTHS/LAST .................................................1/1996 LAST POSTSEASON OPPONENT ........................................Nebraska-Omaha RESULT ........................................................................................L, 0-2

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Note: Postseason berth came at the NCAA Division II level Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


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2016 SCHEDULE

FEBRUARY FRIDAY-SUNDAY 12-14 AT UNI-DOME CLASSIC CEDAR FALLS, IOWA Friday 12 vs. Green Bay 10:15 a.m. Saturday 13 vs. Saint Louis 5 p.m. Saturday 13 at Northern Iowa 9 p.m. Sunday 14 vs. Drake 12:30 p.m. Sunday 14 at Northern Iowa 2:45 p.m. FRIDAY-SUNDAY 19-21 AT MAVERICK INVITATIONAL ARLINGTON, TEXAS Friday 19 vs. Princeton 1 p.m. Friday 19 at UT Arlington 6 p.m. Saturday 20 at UT Arlington 1:30 p.m. Saturday 20 vs. Princeton 4 p.m. Sunday 21 vs. Princeton 9 a.m. FRIDAY-SUNDAY 26-28 AT CENTRAL ARKANSAS INVITATIONAL CONWAY, ARK. Friday 26 vs. Belmont 9 a.m. Friday 26 vs. Middle Tennessee 11:15 a.m. Saturday 27 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 11:15 a.m. Saturday 27 at Central Arkansas 6 p.m. Sunday 28 vs. Louisiana-Monroe 9 a.m. MARCH SUNDAY-FRIDAY 6-11 AT REBEL SPRING GAMES WINTER HAVEN, FLA. Sunday 6 vs. Akron 10:15 a.m. Sunday 6 vs. Sacred Heart 12:30 p.m. Monday 7 vs. Holy Cross 8 a.m. Monday 7 vs. Holy Cross 10:15 a.m. Tuesday 8 vs. Creighton 8 a.m. Tuesday 8 vs. Hampton 12:30 p.m. Thursday 10 vs. Creighton 8 a.m. Thursday 10 vs. Holy Cross 10:15 a.m. Friday 11 vs. Hampton 8 a.m. Friday 11 vs. Florida A&M 10:15 a.m. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Tuesday 22 at Drake (DH) Des Moines, Iowa 2/4 p.m. Friday 25 *at Western Illinois (DH) Macomb, Ill. 12/2 p.m. Saturday 26 *at Western Illinois Macomb, Ill. 11 a.m. Tuesday 29 at Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. 6 p.m. Wednesday 30 at Creighton (DH) Omaha, Neb. 2/4 p.m. APRIL Tuesday 5 at North Dakota Grand Forks, N.D. 2/4 p.m. Saturday 9 *at Omaha (DH) Omaha, Neb. 12/2 p.m. Sunday 10 *at Omaha Omaha, Neb. 11 a.m. Wednesday 13 KANSAS CITY (DH) Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 1/3 p.m. Saturday 16 *NORTH DAKOTA STATE (DH) Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 12/2 p.m. Sunday 17 *NORTH DAKOTA STATE Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 11 a.m. Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 3/5 p.m. Thursday 21 DAKOTA WESLEYAN (DH) (PINK OUT) Saturday 23 *IUPUI (DH) (ALUMNI APPRECIATION DAY) Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 12/2 p.m. Sunday 24 *IUPUI Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 11 a.m. Tuesday 26 NORTH DAKOTA (DH) Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 2/4 p.m. Saturday 30 *at Fort Wayne (DH) Fort Wayne, Ind. 9:30/11:30 a.m. MAY Sunday 1 *at Fort Wayne Fort Wayne, Ind. 10 a.m. Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 1/3 p.m. Friday 6 *SOUTH DAKOTA (DH) (SENIOR DAY) Saturday 7 *SOUTH DAKOTA Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 11 a.m. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY 11-14 AT THE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS FARGO, N.D. Wednesday 11 Game 1: No. 3 Seed vs. No. 6 Seed –– Game 2: No. 4 Seed vs. No. 5 Seed Thursday 12 Game 3: Game 1 winner vs. No. 2 Seed –– Game 4: Game 2 winner vs. No. 1 Seed 12 Game 5: Game 2 loser vs. Game 1 loser –– Game 6: Loser of Game 3 vs. Loser of Game 4 Friday 13 Game 7: Game 4 winner vs. Game 3 winner –– Game 8: Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 winner 13 Game 9: Game 7 loser vs. Game 8 loser Saturday 14 Game 10: Game 7 winner vs. Game 9 winner 14 Game 11: Game 10 winner vs. Game 10 loser (if necessary) – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – * = SUMMIT LEAGUE GAME – ALL TIMES CENTRAL, SCHEDULE AND START TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

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THE 2016 ROSTER

@GoJacksSB

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PLAYER

POS.

B/T

HEIGHT

YEAR

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Christian McKone* Lauren Chirnside*** Julia Andersen Baily Janssen Ali Herdliska Abbey Murphy Erin Mullen Devan Larsen*** Katie Lang** Jordyn Sturgeon* Ashlyn Bender** Mallory McQuistan Dana Chavez* Danielle Steffo* Bryana Clark* Lyndsey Crist Yanney Ponce

OF OF OF/P IF C/IF IF IF IF P UT P C OF C P OF/C IF

L/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

5-3 5-6 5-9 5-8 5-9 5-7 5-9 5-8 5-10 5-9 5-8 5-7 5-1 5-7 5-8 5-8 5-7

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

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

PRONOUNCER

Bonney Lake, Wash. (Army)(Bonney Lake H.S.) Kansas City, Mo. (Blue Springs South H.S.) Papillion, Neb. (Papillion LaVista H.S.) Missouri Valley, Iowa (Missouri Valley H.S.) Solon, Iowa (Solon H.S.) Macksburg, Iowa (Indian Hills CC)(Earlham H.S.) Bettendorf, Iowa (Pleasant Valley H.S.) Monroe, Wash. (Monroe H.S.) New Berlin, Wis. (Eisenhower H.S.) Omaha, Neb. (Millard South H.S.) Highland, Calif. (Redlands East Valley H.S.) Fremont, Neb. (Fremont H.S.) Hacienda Heights, Calif. (Los Altos H.S.) Mission Viejo, Calif. (Tesoro H.S.) Riverside, Calif. (Martin Luther King H.S.) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln East H.S.) San Bernardino, Calif. (Cajon H.S.)

Muh-Cone

Herd-liss-ka Mull (Rhymes with bull) - en

Stir-jun Muh-KWISH-in Steph-oh Krist (short i, not like Christ) Yah-nee –– Pon-say

* indicates number of previous letters earned THE 2016 COACHING STAFF POSTITION

NAME

Head Coach: Krista Wood Assistant Coach: Shannon Pivovar Assistant Coach: John Newman

ALMA MATER, YEAR

AT SDSU

CAREER RECORD

Nebraska-Omaha, 2004 Missouri Western, 2010 Columbia College, 2011

23-29, Second Season Second Season Second Season

293-183 (10th Season)

PRONOUNCER

Piv-oh-var

INSIDE THE 2016 ROSTER POSITION STARTERS RETURNING POS NAME AVG. GP-GS OF Dana Chavez .203 44-34 IF Devan Larsen .296 52-52 OF Christian McKone .325 52-52

AB

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17 43 39

15 45 55

POSITION STARTERS LOST POS NAME AVG. IF Alyssa D’Agostino .375 IF Elyse Eitel .361 OF Jessica Markanich .264 C KayCee Miller .280 IF Cassidy Vlot .264

AB

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25 29 27 22 12

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GP-GS 52-52 52-52 43-43 47-45 44-37

POSITION NON-STARTERS RETURNING POS NAME AVG. GP-GS OF Lauren Chirnside .287 49-43 C Danielle Steffo .250 12-3 IF Jordan Sturgeon .277 45-34

AB

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136 16 101

28 2 14

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POSITION NON-STARTERS LOST AVG. GP-GS OF Mikayla Akers .333 19-0 OF Vanessa Kellems .221 31-23 IF Taylor Mays .000 3-0

POS NAME

AB

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7 9 0

1 17 0

2B 3B HR 0 1 0 8 2 16 0 1 0

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

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.230 .691 .337

7 19 17

2 3 0

20 48 12

0 0 0

.286 .381 .387

1 2 0

2 3 5

3-3 4-4 24-28

27 63 35

3 111 3

2B 3B HR 13 0 11 19 0 5 11 1 0 7 0 3 6 1 5

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

50 103 36 90 22 41 18 46 16 47

.678 .581 .387 .430 .516

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13 13 22 19 25

0 0 1 0 0

.409 .414 .405 .364 .350

2 0 0 0 0

3 2 10 7 2

1-1 0-0 7-7 3-3 1-1

2B 3B 3 1 1 0 10 0

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

6 0 3

18 2 19

62 5 47

.456 .313 .465

10 2 3

HP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

3 0 2

33 4 20

0 0 2

.349 .333 .311

0 0 0

4 0 2

4-6 0-0 1-1

2B 3B 0 0 2 2 0 0

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

0 0 0

1 10 0

1 23 0

.333 .299 .000

BB

HP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

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0 4 0

0 1 0

0 14 1

0 0 1

.333 .265 .000

0 1 0

0 1 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

1 39 0

0 8 0

PO

A

77 42 45 201 241

86 103 2 22 9

PO

A

18 8 132

0 0 5

E FLD%

2 23 3

.938 .883 .927

E FLD%

5 13 4 3 4

.970 .918 .922 .987 .984

E FLD% 0 1.000 1 .889 3 .979

E FLD% 0 1.000 3 .940 0 .000

PITCHERS LOST POS NAME RHP RHP

Jennifer Sutton Cassidy Vlot

ERA

10.00 4.92

W-L 1-0 2-0

APP

GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

5 8

0 2

0 2

0/0 0/0

0 0

7.0 21.1

10 25

12 18

10 15

5 14

4 20

W-L 9-14 9-14 2-1

APP

GS

CG

SHO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

34 25 11 30 22 8 13 3 2

2/0 3/0 0/0

1 1 0

136.2 118.2 30.0

208 167 41

142 117 125 103 31 25

60 58 20

80 88 20

2B 0 9

3B 2 1

2B 30 33 9

3B 3 3 1

HR

AB

B/AVG

WP

HP

BK

SFA

SHA

4 2

33 88

.303 .284

1 7

1 1

0 0

0 1

0 2

HR

AB

B/AVG

WP

HP

BK

SFA

SHA

21 12 2

603 513 129

.345 .326 .318

16 9 13

10 12 0

1 3 0

3 4 1

14 10 0

PITCHERS RETURNING POS NAME LHP

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RHP RHP

Ashlyn Bender Bryana Clark Katie Lang

ERA

5.99 6.08 5.83

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SDSU MEDIA POLICY

#OnTheRise CREDENTIALS

All media credential requests for SDSU softball home games should be directed to assistant sports information director Ryan Sweeter or assistant athletic director for sports information Jason Hove at least 24 hours prior to the event. The sports information office mails credentials if they receive the request a week or more in advance. Otherwise, credentials may be picked up at the Jackrabbit Ticket Office inside the Stanley J. Marshall Center on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or at Jackrabbit Softball Stadium 60 minutes prior to the start of the event. Due to limited seating at the facility, only working media may sit in the press area. Media requiring access to phone lines and Internet for photo or story transmission should contact the SDSU sports information office. Live blogging of the description of the event is permitted; however, no live streaming of video of either game action or post-game press conferences is permitted. Video may be archived and posted to web sites following the conclusion of the event.

–ALL CREDENTIALS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE– PHOTOGRAPHERS

The South Dakota State Athletic Department asks that photographers (live and still) do not interfere with the sight lines of spectators, and stay in the designated photography areas located along the baselines.

The following guidelines apply specifically to Internet sites: • No more than two people working for the official web site of the opponent and/or its official conference site will be issued credentials. • Web sites whose content centers around message boards and chat rooms where users can post anonymous information and/or rumors are ineligible for any consideration for credentials or access. • Credentials will not be granted to any agency operating sites that are in any way affiliated with gambling, or to freelance or fan-based sites not affiliated with a legitimate news-gathering organization. The final decision for credentials remains at the sole discretion of SDSU sports information personnel. Failure to abide by the guidelines outlined on this page may result in revocation of media credentials. ON THE WEB AT

GOJACKS.COM

Get all the latest news releases, game recaps and box scores. Read the latest game notes, updated roster and statistics or buy photos from recent home matches. Join the Jackrabbit Extra for audio coverage, including live radio broadcasts of select home and road games. CONTACT INFORMATION

STATISTICS

The South Dakota State University Sports Information Office keeps official statistics and distributes final statistics to teams and members of the media within 15 minutes after the conclusion of the game.

All media inquiries for South Dakota State softball should be directed to associate sports information director Ryan Sweeter. E-MAIL: Ryan.Sweeter@sdstate.edu OFFICE PHONE: (605) 688-4822 CELL PHONE: (605) 376-4422

INTERVIEW POLICY

The South Dakota State Sports Information office strives to comply with all legitimate interview requests for Jackrabbit coaches, student-athletes and administrators in a timely fashion. Interview times can be arranged through the SDSU Sports Information Office, preferably arranged 24 hours in advance Monday through Thursday. Media members should not contact studentathletes directly without prior approval. The SDSU Sports Information Office does not release the phone numbers of student-athletes to the media, and return calls must be made collect, or via a toll free number, unless the student-athlete does the interview from the sports information office. The media may not interview student-athletes prior to a contest on gameday, but may do so 10 minutes after the conclusion of contests by contacting a member of the sports information staff or coaching staff. SDSU MEDIA OUTLETS

TELEVISION/VIDEO

RADIO

NEWSPAPERS/NEWS SERVICES

KDLT-TV – NBC Mark Ovenden, Zach Borg sports@kdlt.com (605) 361-1357 (NEWSROOM)

KBRK-1430 AM - KJJQ-910 AM Dellas Cole dcole@digity.me (605) 692-1430

BROOKINGS REGISTER Troy Maroney and Sean Welsh sports@brookingsregister.com (605) 692-6271

RAPID CITY JOURNAL Andrew Cutler Andrew.Cutler@rapidcityjournal.com (605) 394-8300

KELO-TV – CBS Travis Fossing – (605) 357-5692 tfossing@keloland.com Cat Clark – (605) 357-5675 cclark@keloland.com

WNAX-570 AM Steve Imming imming@wnax.com 1-800-843-0089

ARGUS LEADER MEDIA Matt Zimmer mzimmer@argusleader.com (605) 977-3923

WATERTOWN PUBLIC OPINION Roger Merriam rogerm@thepublicopinion.com (605) 886-6901

KSOO-99.1 FM Jeff Harkness, Jeff Thurn Jeff@espn991.com (Harkness) JeffT@espn991.com (Thurn) (605) 362-3776

ABERDEEN AMERICAN NEWS Emily Horos ehoros@aberdeennews.com (605) 622-2323

SDSU COLLEGIAN collegian.sports@gmail.com (605) 688-6164

KSFY-TV – ABC Erik Thorstenson – (605) 373-7376 ethorstenson@ksfy.com Elliot Nathan – (605) 373-7358 Elliot.Nathan@ksfy.com JACKRABBIT SPORTS NETWORK Tyler Merriam – (605) 688-4804 Tyler.Merriam@sdstate.edu Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

KWSN-1230 AM Craig Mattick and Chris Tubbs Craig.Mattick@mwcradio.com Chris.Tubbs@mwcradio.com (605) 271-5873

HURON DAILY PLAINSMAN Curt Nettinga cnettinga.plainsman@midconetwork.com (605) 352-6401

THE SIOUX FALLS AP apsiouxfalls@ap.org 1-800-952-9911 DAKOTA NEWS NETWORK Steve Carlson SteveCarlson@dakotanewsnetwork.com

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SDSU ATHLETICS MISSION AND VALUES

MISSION: We are committed to providing a student-athlete centered culture that promotes academic and competitive excellence while embracing equity, diversity and social responsibility. In support of the University’s Mission and Vision, our passion, integrity and creativity fosters a source of pride for the SDSU community, state of South Dakota and region VISION: Recognized nationally for the complete development of the student-athlete, pursuit of excellence, uncompromising integrity and passionate fans.

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SOUTH DAKOTA STATE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT CORE VALUES STUDENT–ATHLETE CENTERED • Focus on the academic success, well-being, equity of opportunity and respect for all student-athletes COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE • Passionate pursuit of the highest level of competitiveness within the conference and nationally ACADEMIC INTEGRITY • Uncompromising commitment to high academic achievement, account ability for academic standards and respect for the learning environment HONESTY • Accountable, transparent decision making characterized by ethical values and trust FISCAL INTEGRITY • Efficient and transparent use of resources while adhering to accountability measures EQUITY AND DIVERSITY • Acceptance and embracement of diverse cultures and perspectives SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY • Positive representation of the University and Athletics distinguished by public service and considerate decision making

SUCCESS FACTOR 1

SUCCESS FACTOR 6

PROVIDE HIGH-QUALITY, MODERN PRACTICE AND COMPETITION FACILITIES

MAINTAIN FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY

• Complete the university’s top priority athletic facilities projects; Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic Complex; football stadium and renovation of Frost Arena – Phase I • Improve off-campus athletic facilities • Develop plans for on-campus athletics facilities identified in 2025 Master Plan for Athletics Facilities

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Implement zero-base budgeting for all athletic cost centers Develop a five-year revenue and expense forecasting model Adhere to annual federal, state, university, NCAA and conference standards Develop revenue driven plan for proposed capital projects

SUCCESS FACTOR 7 FOSTER A CULTURE THAT WELCOMES EQUITY AND DIVERSITY

SUCCESS FACTOR 2 ENSURE STUDENT-ATHLETE WELL-BEING AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS

• Align athletics’ and University equity and diversity goals • Maintain and celebrate athletics commitment to Title IX compliance

• Continue to enhance student-athlete well-being • Ensure student-athlete academic success

SUCCESS FACTOR 3 ENHANCE ATHLETICS CONFERENCE AND DIVISION I COMPETITIVE POSITION

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Establish a sustainable funding model for Athletics Provide athletics facilities that are comparable to NCAA Division I FCS peers Attract and retain talented and diverse Division I quality coaches and staff Strengthen the competiveness of each SDSU sport

SUCCESS FACTOR 4 CAPITALIZE ON ATHLETIC REVENUE GENERATING OPPORTUNITIES

• Develop and operate under an annual fundraising plan for increasing Jackrabbit Club membership and revenue • Increase ticket sales revenue • Maximize corporate sales revenues and opportunities

SUCCESS FACTOR 5 STRENGTHEN AND EXPAND THE SDSU BRAND

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• Develop programs to engage current and prospective Jackrabbit fans • Increase the exposure of Jackrabbit Athletics through select media platforms • Continue to improve university and athletics relationships to increase collaboration and partnership opportunities • Continue to provide contemporary broadcast and video production technology Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


THE JACKRABBIT COACHING STAFF


HEAD COACH: KRISTA WOOD

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THE KRISTA WOOD FILE

HOME TOWN

Missouri Valley, Iowa

YEAR

EDUCATION

B.S. Physical Education – Nebraska-Omaha, 2004 M.S. Sport Management – St. Cloud State, 2006 COACHING EXPERIENCE

Head Coach - South Dakota State, August 2014-present Head Coach – Wayne State College, 2007-14 Graduate Assistant – St. Cloud State, 2004-06 PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Four-year letterwinner at Nebraska-Omaha

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Krista Wood took over the Jackrabbit softball program in August of 2014 after eight successful seasons at Wayne State College in Wayne, Neb., and immediately began rebuilding the program. In her first season at the helm, she lead the Jackrabbits posted their first 20-win season since 2007, and to the program’s first-ever win at The Summit League Tournament, a 7-6 win over Western Illinois. She also coached a pair of All-Summit League selections. Before joining the Jackrabbits, Wood posted an overall record of 270-154 at Wayne State, with a 133-60 mark in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. In her eight years at Wayne State, Wood turned the Wildcat program into a winner, inheriting a program that posted a 10-34 record in 2006 to a school record 43 wins in 2010, when Wayne State's earned its first-ever berth in the NCAA Division II Super Regional. The most prolific coach in Wayne State history, Wood led the Wildcats to a 35-18 overall record in 2014, with a 20-8 mark in the Northern Sun Conference. The Wildcats set a new school record with an eighth consecutive winning season and set numerous school records along the way, including a .324 team batting average, 296 runs scored, 80 doubles and 274 RBI. The team also posted 461 hits and 42 home runs, both second all-time at WSC. In 2013, the Wildcats posted a 28-16 record overall, finishing sixth in the NSIC with a 17-9 league mark. It marked the seventh straight winning season for the Wildcat program under Wood, matching a school record for most consecutive winning years. Under Wood in 2012, Wayne State posted a 2823 overall record and 13-13 in the NSIC (8th place). The Wildcats won their first three home games of the 2012 season to extend their home win streak to a school record 29 games before falling to Washburn 2-1 on March 18 to end the streak. In 2011 Wood led the Wildcats to a 37-17 record and the school's third straight trip to the NCAA Division II National Tournament. They finished second in the Northern Sun Conference with a 22-4 league mark and achieved the school's highest-ever national ranking at No. 7 in the pre-season NFCA Coaches Poll and a No. 10 regular season national ranking. She coached the Wildcats to a perfect 18-0 record at home during the season, extending the Wildcats home unbeaten streak to 26. The Wildcats finished the 2010 season with a

SCHOOL

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2007 ...............Wayne State....................28-22..............9-9 2008 ...............Wayne State....................30-23............12-6 2009 ...............Wayne State....................41-21............19-6 2010 ...............Wayne State....................43-14............21-5 2011 ...............Wayne State....................37-17............22-4 2012 ...............Wayne State....................28-23..........13-13 2013 ...............Wayne State....................28-16............17-9 2014 ...............Wayne State....................35-18............20-8 2015 ...............South Dakota State .........23-29............7-11 CAREER .................................................293-183.....140-71

school record 43-14 mark, the second straight season the Wildcats broke the school record for wins. Wood coached the Wildcats to the school's first ever NSIC Tournament title which led to Wayne State hosting the NCAA Division II Central Regional Tournament, which Wildcats went on to win, and advanced to super regionals at Metro State. Wayne State recorded a school record 16 consecutive wins during the 2010 season and finished the year ranked 14th in NCAA Division II, the highestever national ranking for a Wildcat softball team to end the season. Wood added international coaching experience to her resume in the summer of 2009, coaching a United States team to a 6-1-1 record and a first place finish at the Oldenzaal Invitational in Holland. Sponsored by USA Athletes International, the team featured 11 players, including Wildcat catcher Sam Earleywine. The Wildcats went 41-21 in 2009 under Wood, setting a new school record at the time for wins while advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. WSC finished 19-6 in the NSIC, good for a fourth place finish. In their first trip to the NCAA Tournament, the Wildcats won two games and advanced to the Central Region title game before falling to top-seed, and eventual national champion, Winona State by the score of 2-0. Wood coached the Wildcats to a 30-22 record in 2008, marking the first 30-win season by a Wildcat softball team since 1990, when WSC posted a then school-record 34 wins. In her first year at Wayne State in 2007, Wood led the Wildcats to a 28-22 record, an 18 win improvement from the previous season, the first winning season for WSC softball since 2001 and just the second winning record since 1992. The Wildcats posted a seven-game win streak for the first time since the 1992 season and earned a regional ranking for the first time since joining NCAA Division II. The Wildcats also hit a then school record 29 home runs in 2007, more than doubling the previous school mark of 13. The former Krista Unger took over the Wayne State softball program after serving two seasons as an assistant coach at St. Cloud State University, where she helped lead SCSU to records of 34-25 in 2005 and 33-24 in 2006, as the Huskies finished second and third respectively in the North Central Conference during her stay. A native of Missouri Valley, Iowa, Wood shined as a standout player at Nebraska-Omaha from 1999-

2003. She helped the Mavericks to the NCAA Division II national championship in 2001 as a sophomore and finished her career as the all-time winningest pitcher in Maverick softball history with 106 wins and 530 career strikeouts. In the 2001 national championship game, Wood tossed a two-hit shutout with five strikeouts in a 4-0 win over Lewis University. She also ranks second in career shutouts at UNO with 43, and earned numerous honors as a player at UNO, earning First Team All-NCC honors three times, while also collecting three All-NCC Academic Team awards. She earned NFCA All-Region First Team honors in 2002 and a Second Team All-Region selection in 2001. Wood also earned North Central Conference Freshman of the Year in 2000. Wood also brings coaching experience at the high school level, serving as the pitching coach at Omaha Gross High School in the fall of 2003 and at statequalifying Omaha Westside High School in 2004. Wood earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education K-12 with an endorsement in coaching from the University of Nebraska-Omaha in 2004 and received a master's degree in sport management in 2006 from St. Cloud State University. Krista and her husband Alex live in Brookings with their son, Braxton.

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ASSISTANT COACH: SHANNON PIVOVAR

@CoachPiv HOME TOWN

Ralston, Neb. EDUCATION

B.S. Sports Management – Missouri Western, 2010 M.A. Business Administration – Wayne State (Neb.), 2014-Present COACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Coach – South Dakota State, 2014-present Graduate Assistant Coach – Wayne State (Neb.), 2014 PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Four-year letterwinner at Missouri Western Shannon Pivovar joined the Jackrabbit softball staff in August of 2014 after working for one season as a graduate assistant at Wayne State for Krista Wood. A native of Ralston, Neb., Pivovar graduated from Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Mo., after a standout playing career with the Griffon softball team. A four-year starter in the middle infield, she earned All-Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association honors three times, adding All-North Central Region honors in 2008. She also helped lead Missouri Western to a pair of NCAA Tournaments. The 2010 Missouri Western Female Athlete of the Year, Pivovar ranks in the top-10 in six career categories at MWSU, including; games played, hits and runs batted in. She also ranks in the top-10 in home runs, walks and total bases in a single season. Pivovar also excelled in the classroom, earning AllMIAA academic honors three times, finishing her

Griffon career with a 3.80 grade point average. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in sports management, with a minor in business. In addition to her work on the field and in the classroom, Pivovar also served on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee throughout college as president, vice-president and secretary, and also worked for the Missouri Western sports information department helping with football, women's soccer and men's and women's basketball. After her time at Missouri Western, Pivovar moved on to Creighton where she worked as a sports information intern for two years before landing a full-time position as the assistant sports information director in 2012-13.

ASSISTANT COACH: JOHN NEWMAN HOMETOWN

Edgar Springs, Mo. EDUCATION

B.S. General Studies – Columbia College, 2011 COACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Coach - South Dakota State, 2014-present Assistant Coach - Methodist University (N.C.), 2002-03, 2011-14 Assistant Coach - St. Louis CC-Meramac, 2010 Director of Camps and Clinics - Missouri, 2009-10 Assistant Coach - University of the Ozarks, 2007-09 John Newman joined the Jackrabbit softball staff as an assistant coach in the fall of 2014 after spending four seasons as an assistant at Methodist University in Fayetteville, N.C., where he also worked from 2002-03. After returning to the Monarchs in 2011, Newman coached a trio of All-USA South Conference pitchers and one USA South Freshman Pitcher of the Year selection. During Newman’s first season with the Monarchs in 2003, the team established a new program record for wins in a season with 38 and finished as the runner-up in NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional. That team also finished 13th in the final NCAA Division III poll and featured six All-DIAC selections, six NCAA Division III All-Region selections and one NCAA Division III All-American. Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

Between his first stay and his current post at Methodist, Newman worked as an assistant coach at University of the Ozarks from 2006-09, and served as the director of Tiger Softball Camps Operations for the University of Missouri from 2009-10. He also worked as an assistant coach with St. Louis Community College-Meramec in 2009-10, when they finished second in region. A native of Edgar Springs, Mo., and member of the of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, Newman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in general studies from Columbia College in 2011. Newman and his wife, Tammy, an active duty U.S. Army captain, have three children; Casey, Sam and Courtney.

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JACKRABBIT SPORTS MEDICINE

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ASSISTAN AD – DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICNE Ben Heinze, M.S., ATC, CSCS EDUCATION

B.S. Exercise Science: Winona State, 1998 M.S. Athletic Training: South Dakota State, 2000 EXPERIENCE

Assistant-AD Director of Sports Medicine: South Dakota State, 2015-present Assistant Athletic Trainer: South Dakota State, 2003-15 Head Athletic Trainer: Franklin College (Ind.), 2000-03

Ben Heinze joined the South Dakota State Sports Medicine staff as an assistant athletic trainer 2003, and worked in that role until accepting the assistant athletic director for sports medicine position in August of 2015. In his new role, he oversees the day-to-day operations of the sports medicine staff in both the HPER Center and Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center. As an assistant athletic trainer from 2003-15, Heinze worked in a number of difference roles and worked directly with the Jackrabbit women's basketball and football teams before making the move to the soccer team in 2011. A La Crescent, Minn., native, Heinze earned a bachelor's degree in exercise science from Winona State University (Minn.) in 1998, and then moved on to SDSU, where he added a master's degree in Sports Science in 2000.

After completing his master's degree, Heinze spent two and a half years as the head athletic trainer at Franklin College in Franklin, Ind., and also worked at an athletic training clinic. He returned to South Dakota State during the 200304 academic year, working primarily with the Jackrabbit women's basketball program. Along with experience with women’s basketball, Heinze worked closely with the SDSU football team and oversaw the sports medicine facilities at the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center before joining the soccer team. Heinze lives in Brookings with his wife, Tara, son Andrew and daughter Emily.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINERS

MICHELLE BUECHNER MEN’S BASKETBALL MEN’S/WOMEN’S GOLF

DAVID KRAGNESS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEN’S/WOMEN’S TENNIS

DAVID RULE

LISA SPORS

FOOTBALL

VOLLEYBALL SWIMMING & DIVING

MISSION STATEMENT To administer the most advanced ethical, preventative, comprehensive and personalized health care services for continued optimal performance of South Dakota State student-athletes.

VISION STATEMENT To be at the forefront of contemporary healthcare services, medical amenities and facilities for the well being of SDSU student-athletes; accomplished through the utilization of our community medical professionals, experienced staff and cultivating sports medicine research.

CORE VALUES Honesty, equity, academic integrity, fiscal integrity, and social responsibility

GRADUATE ASSISTANTS AND INTERNS

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MICHAEL ADERMAN

JESSICA BRESTEL

MEGAN COTTIER

REBECCA COVER

BOBBY DAIGLE

WOODY DAHL

JORDAN FAIMON

DEBORAH FANNING

FOOTBALL/EQUESTRIAN

CC/TRACK & FIELD

SWIMMING & DIVING

FOOTBALL/EQUESTRIAN

BASEBALL

CC/TRACK & FIELD

WRESTLING

SOFTBALL

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JACKRABBIT STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

#OnTheRise

ASSISTANT AD – STRENGTH & CONDIDIONING Nathan Moe, MEd., CSCS, RSCC*D, MSCC, SCCC, USAW EDUCATION

B.S. Exercise Science: Moorhead State, Minn., 1996 MEd. Exercise Physiology: University of Texas, 1999 EXPERIENCE

Assistant AD-Strength & Conditioning: South Dakota State, 2011-Present Head Strength & Conditioning Coach: South Dakota State, 2005-11 Head Strength & Conditioning Coach: Eastern Illinois, 2002-05 Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach: Rice University, 1999-2002 Strength & Conditioning Graduate Assistant: University of Texas, 1997-99 Nathan Moe joined the South Dakota State staff as the head strength and conditioning coach in August 2005 and served in that position until being promoted to assistant athletic director for strength and conditioning in May 2011. Moe works directly with the Jackrabbit football and volleyball teams, and he also oversees the design and implementation of the year-round strength and conditioning programs for all of the Jackrabbits 21 varsity sports. Moe came to South Dakota State after heading the strength and conditioning program at Eastern Illinois

University for three years, where he oversaw the design and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for all 22 of the Panthers varsity sports. Before his days with the Panthers in Moe worked as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Rice University in Houston, Texas, where he worked with the Owls football strength program, while being directly responsible for men’s and women’s track, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s swimming, women’s soccer and men’s golf. From 1997 through the spring of 1999, Moe

worked as a graduate assistant in the strength and conditioning program at the University of Texas in Austin, where he earned a MEd. in Exercise Physiology. He also worked in private business in physical fitness in Austin and Houston, Texas and in Fargo, N.D. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a USA Weightlifting Certified Club Coach, Moe also maintains certifications in the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. In May 2012, the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association honored Moe as a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach at its convention in Orlando, Fla. A Minnesota native, Moe graduated from Moorhead State University in Moorhead, Minn., in 1996, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science. He also earned all-conference honors as a linebacker for the 1995 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference champion Dragons. Moe and his wife Colleen live in Brookings with their son, Zachary and daughter Kylie.

ASSISTANT STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACHES A SSISTANT S TRENGTH & CONDIDIONING COA CH Adam Parsons, MSA, CSCS, USAW

A SSISTANT S TRENGTH & CONDIDIONING COA CH Eric Adolph, CSCS, USAW

EDUCATION

EDUCATION

B.A. Human Kinetics: British Columbia, 2010 M.S. Sport Administration: Belmont, 2012

B.A. Sport Exercise: Dakota Wesleyan, 2009 M.S. Health and Nutrition Science: South Dakota State, 2012

EX PERIENCE

Assistant Coach: South Dakota State, 2013-Present Assistant Coach: North Dakota, 2013 Graduate Assistant: Belmont, 2011-13

EX PERIENCE

Assistant Coach: South Dakota State, 2012-Present Graduate Assistant: South Dakota State, 2010-12

Eric Adolph joined the Jackrabbit staff as the assistant strength and conditioning coach in March 2012, after spending two years on the staff as a graduate assistant. A Flandreau, S.D., native, Adolph completed his Master of Science degree in Health and Nutritional Science with an emphasis in Sports Science at South Dakota State in May of 2012. Adolph's main responsibilities include working directly with the men’s and women's basketball teams, while assisting with the remaining 21 varsity sports. In the past, he also worked directly with the Jackrabbit softball, soccer, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's golf, equestrian and cheer teams. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, Adolph graduated from Dakota Wesleyan University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sport Exercise and Wellness.

Adam Parsons joined the Jackrabbit staff on Nov. 18, 2013, after working as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of North Dakota since June of 2013. Parsons, who works with the Jackrabbit soccer, wrestling and track and field programs, earned a bachelor’s degree in human kinetics from the University of British Columbia in 2010, and added a master’s degree in sport administration from Belmont University in 2013. He also earned certifications from the American Red Cross in first aid, CPR/AED, as a USA Weightlifting Certified Sports Performance Coach and a National Strength & Conditioning Association CSCS certification. In addition to his work at Belmont and North Dakota, Parsons interned at Oregon State and Washington State, and also worked as a volunteer assistnat at Tennessee State.

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING GRADUATE ASSISTANTS

SPORTS RESPONSIBILITIES EQUESTRIAN TENNIS TRACK AND FIELD

ALEX JARDINE Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

SPORTS RESPONSIBILITIES GOLF CHEER AND DANCE

PHILIP REUER

SPORTS RESPONSIBILITIES SOFTBALL SWIMMING AND DIVING

JORDAN SIDWELL

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SWA: KATHY HEYLENS

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POSITIONS

Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance Senior Woman Administrator HOMETOWN

Watertown, S.D. PHONE

(605) 688-5308 EMAIL

Kathy.Heylens@sdstate.edu Kathy Heylens came to South Dakota State in July 1984 as a member of the staff in the admissions office before moving to athletics two years later as a senior secretary. Heylens became the institution’s first full-time Compliance Coordinator in 1990 and continues those duties as the senior associate athletic director for compliance and senior woman administrator. Heylens manages all aspects of the athletics compliance program to ensure strict adherence with NCAA, affiliated conferences and university rules and regulations for amateurism, eligibility, recruiting, financial aid, awards and benefits, playing and practice seasons and enforcement for all 21 varsity

teams and approximately 525 student-athletes. She also spearheads efforts for many of the department’s student service initiatives. As a Title IX/EEO Deputy Coordinator, Heylens responds to, and investigates complaints related to Title IX or Equal Opportunity. In addition to her day-to-day duties, Heylens serves on the Behavior Intervention Team, Performance Task Force, Choices and Prevention Committee, Diversity Committee, Intercollegiate Athletics Board and Compliance Team. As the senior woman administrator, she helps to create an environment where staff and student-athletes can achieve their goals.

A Watertown, S.D., native, Kathy and her husband, Bill, live in Volga, S.D. and have two grown children. In her spare time Kathy enjoys reading, spending time at the lake and cheering on the Jacks!

SPORT SUPERVISOR: CHRISTI WILLIAMS POSITION

Associate Athletic Director for Facilities and Operations HOMETOWN

Newell, Iowa EDUCATION

A.A. Liberal Arts – Kirkwood Community College (Iowa), 2000 B.S. Sport Management – Wayne State College (Nebraska), 2003 M.S. Sports Pedagogy – South Dakota State, 2005

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PHONE

EMAIL

(605) 688-6510

Christi.Williams@sdstate.edu

Christi Williams joined the Jackrabbit Athletic staff in 2005 as the ticket manager, before ascending to the positions of assistant athletic director for ticket operations in 2007, the associate athletic director for tickets and marketing in 2012 and before her current role as the associate athletic director for facilities and operations. Throughout her years at South Dakota State, Williams compiled comprehensive experience in all aspects of game management, corporate sponsors, development and NCAA postseason events. Before joining the Jackrabbit staff, Williams served as a graduate assistant coach for the SDSU women's basketball team from 2003-05 while pursing a master's degree in sports pedagogy. During her time on the bench, the Jackrabbits advanced to the Division II Elite Eight Tournament for the third straight season and began the successful transition to Division I athletics.

Williams' college career started at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she earned a liberal arts degree in 2000. She then moved on to Wayne State College, where worked as a student assistant coach with the women's basketball team before earning a bachelor's degree in sport management and business in 2003. A Newell, Iowa native, her interests include college basketball, playing softball and golf, and visiting family and friends.

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#OnTheRise

David L. Chicoine, Ph.D., serves as the 19th president of South Dakota State University after taking office on Jan. 1, 2007, when he became the third alumnus to lead the state’s largest institution of higher education. President Chicoine, who graduated in 1969 with a Bachelor of Science degree in agribusiness, also holds an appointment as professor in the Department of Economics. Chicoine brought a long association with intercollegiate athletics, including serving on the NCAA Presidential Advisory Group. He also chaired the President’s Council for The Summit League in 2011-12. Previously, he served as the faculty representative to the Big Ten and NCAA for the University of Illinois. He served as chair of the budget and finance committee for the Big Ten Conference for nine years of his 11-year term. During his tenure, enrollment reached record @SellnSDSU

Justin Sell, a recipient of the 2014-15 Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year Award, moved Jackrabbit Athletics forward in a number of areas of its Division I pursuits since being introduced as the 12th director of athletics at South Dakota State University on May 7, 2009. At South Dakota State, Sell oversees the Jackrabbits’ 21-sport Division I varsity athletics program. Under his leadership, Jackrabbit Athletics continually makes strides in athletic competition, in the classroom, in fundraising and in reconnecting with alumni. Athletically, the Jackrabbits claimed 22 regular and postseason league championships in six different sports since 2009-10. That broad-based success led SDSU to claim The Summit League Commissioner’s Cup all-sports trophy four times (2010-11, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15), along with winning both the Summit League’s Dr. William Steinbrecher Men’s All-Sports Award and Dr. Helen Smiley Women’s All-Sports Award during both the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons. SDSU also claimed the Steinbrecher award during the 2012-13 season and earned the league’s Sportsmanship Award, an award voted upon by its peers, during the 2010-11 campaign. In the classroom, Jackrabbit student-athletes continually post a grade-point average of 3.2 or higher in more than 70 different majors, which led SDSU to winning The Summit League’s Institutional Academic Achievement Award for the 2009-10 and 2012-13 academic years, and the Missouri Valley Football Conference Academic Award in all six years in the league (2008-13). Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

SDSU PRESIDENT: DR. DAVID L. CHICOINE

levels of undergraduate students and Ph.D. candidates. Correspondingly, the amount of research grants and contract awards also jumped nearly 90 percent during that time. To support the strategic plan, the SDSU Foundation in 2008 launched an aggressive comprehensive fund-raising effort “It Starts with State: A Campaign for South Dakota State University.” The capital campaign began with a goal of $200 million, but far exceeded that to a total of more than $255 million with contributions from more than 23,000 donors. Dr. Chicoine brought more than 30 years of experience in higher education with the University of Illinois to his role as president of SDSU. A nationally recognized economist, specializing in public finance, taxation and rural economics, he served as an advisor to the Illinois General Assembly. His higher education administrative experience includes service as Head of the Department of Agricultural Economics and Dean of the College of Agriculture, Consumer and

Environmental Sciences, at the University of Illinois. The co-author of four books and author of more than 100 invited and/or peer reviewed academic journal articles, Chicoine also served as a member of the Illinois Governor’s Council of Economic Advisors, and as a member of the board of the Illinois State Treasurer’s Technology Development Fund. Chicoine received an M.S. in agricultural economics from the University of Delaware in 1971, and completed an M.A. in economics at Western Illinois University. In 1979, he completed his Ph.D. in agricultural economics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The president and his wife, Marcia, live in Woodbine Cottage on the SDSU campus. Their family includes son, Joshua; daughter-in-law Laura Ellsworth; granddaughter Sylvie; grandson Watson, and their late son, Jason.

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: JUSTIN SELL

In January of 2011, Sell announced a partnership with Learfield Sports, signing a 10-year deal worth $13 million for SDSU Athletics. Learfield Sports directs all aspects of the partnership, including managing and selling multimedia and sponsorship rights. Additionally, Sell directed the implementation of the Letterwinners Club, which provides opportunities for Jackrabbit Athletics to reconnect and stay connected with former student-athletes, while supporting current student-athletes at South Dakota State. Sell also implemented other aggressive marketing and fundraising initiatives that resulted in record average attendance for football during the 2009 season, as well as the highest number of donors and dollars donated to the Jackrabbit Club. Ticket sales totaled more than $1 million for the first time during the 2011-12 academic year, a total surpassed again during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons. In addition, the Jackrabbit Athletic Scholarship Auction raised a record $603,000 in April 2015. On the facilities front, Sell oversaw dramatic upgrades and expansion of competition and practice venues through development and implementation of the 2025 SDSU Athletic Facilities Master Plan. He oversaw the completion of the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center in 2010, and spearheaded efforts to add permanent seating and a press box at Erv Huether Field, as well as other recent improvements to the home of Jackrabbit baseball. More recently, construction of the $32 million Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex ended in the fall of 2014. The facility, which serves as a competition venue for indoor track and field and as a practice facility for football and a number of other outdoor sports, contains one of only a handful of

300-meter indoor tracks in the country, as well as expanded facilities for sports medicine and strength and conditioning. In addition, work continues in the construction of the $65 million Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium, a 19,000-seat stadium which begins service as the new home of Jackrabbit football in the fall of 2016. In the fall of 2014, Sell garnered an appointment by the NCAA Board of Directors to represent The Summit League and Missouri Valley Football Conference on the newly formed Division I Council. Born in Salem, Ore., and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Sell came to South Dakota State from the University of Northern Iowa, where he worked in various roles, both at the university and in the community for 10 years. He also worked at Villanova University, Syracuse University, Ohio State University and Bowling Green State University. Sell gained further experience working in the private sector for various sports teams and events. In the Brookings community, where Sell lives with his wife, Jennie, and their four children: Abbie, Zach, Josh and Eric, he serves as vice president of the Brookings Chamber of Commerce, vice president for the Brookings Friends of Baseball and is a member of the Brookings Health System Board of Trustees. Sell earned his bachelor’s degree in sport management from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) in 1991 and completed a master’s degree in physical education/sport administration at The Ohio State University in 1992.

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ATHLETIC SUPPORT STAFF

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Sonja Anderson Asst. Equipment Manager

Rachael Anello Tickets

Daneille Baker Sports Information

Kristen Beer Equipment Manager

Niki Bono Senior Claims Clerk

Scott Brown Sr. Assoc. AD-Development

Brian Brunner Asst. AD-Development

Brody Busho Asst. AD-Facilities & Ops

Carly Case Academic Advisor

Leon Costello Deputy Director of Athletics

Jeff Drietz Asst. Equipment Manager

Jeff Eisenbaum Asst. AD-Ticket Sales & Operations

Justin Hansen Broadcast Services

Dan Haverkamp Ticket Sales Coordinator

A dam Heemeyer Asst. AD-Ticket Operations

Jeff Holm Sr. Assoc. AD-Facities & Ops

Jason Hove Asst. AD-Sports Info

Bruce Lichty Grounds Supervisor

Tammy Loban Asst. AD-Administration

Tyler Merriam Director of Broadcast Services

Brittany Oligschlaeger Jackrabbit Sports Properties

Alex Parker Athletic Development

Ed Posaski Associate AD-Budget

Rich Reid Faculty Athletics Rep.

Michele Schmidt Assistant Sports Info Dir.

Sara Schneider Coord. of Athletic Development

Natasha Schreiber Compliance Assistant

Jennifer Sell Assistant AD-Academics

Ryan Sweeter Associate Sports Info. Dir.

Jonathan Treiber Director of Athletic Marketing

Christi Williams Associate AD-Operations

Matt W right Jackrabbit Sports Properties

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THE JACKRABBITS


JACKRABBIT SENIOR

@GoJacksSB CAREER HIGHS

#2 Lauren Chirnside

AT BATS ............................................................................................5, at

IUPUI, 3/21/15 Marty, 4/24/15; at Dakota Wesleyan, 3/16/15 HITS ......................................................................................4, vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15 RBI .............................................................................................3, vs. Montana, 3/14/15 DOUBLES..........................................................1, five times, last vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15 TRIPLES ...............................................................1, at Southwest Minnesota State, 4/1/15 HOMERUNS........................................................................2, at Dakota Wesleyan, 3/16/15 STEALS ..........................................................1, six times, last vs. Western Illinois, 4/19/15 RUNS .......................................3, vs. Mount

5-6 – SENIOR – OUTFIELDER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT KANSAS CITY, MO. BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH H.S. PRE-VET/DAIRY MANUFACTURING MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

2013 2014 2015

.231 .143 .287 .258

24-9 26-5 49-43 99-57

26 28 136 190

4 5 28 37

6 4 39 49

1 1 3 5

0 0 1 1

0 1 6 7

4 3 18 25

7 8 62 77

.269 .286 .456 .405

2 1 10 13

0 3 3 6

7 9 33 49

0 0 0 0

.286 .250 .349 .325

0 0 0 0

2 2 4 8

1-2 1-1 4-6 6-9

9 8 18 35

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1

1.000 .889 1.000 .972

CAREER

2015: Played in 49 games as a junior with 43 starts in the outfield or designated player ... set career-highs with a .287 batting average and with 39 hits, 28 runs, three doubles, 18 RBI and with six home runs ... opened the season with a 2 for 3 day at the plate and a run scored in a win over Utah State (2/7) ... went 2 for 4 with an RBI and two runs scored vs. Liberty (2/14) ... hit a pinch hit three run homer in a win over Montana (3/14) ... went a perfect 3 for 3 at the plate with a pair of home runs and three runs scored at Dakota Wesleyan (3/26) ... hit a two run home run at Kansas City (3/31) ... went 3 for 8 with a double, triple, RBI and run scored in a doubleheader at Southwest Minnesota State (4/1) ... hit a two RBI double and scored two runs in a series-clinching win over Omaha (4/4) ... hit a two run blast and scored two runs in a home win over Creighton (4/15) ... went a perfect 6 for 6 with a double, a home run, three RBI and four runs scored in a doubleheader sweep of Mount Marty (4/24) ... finished the season with a perfect fielding percentage, posting 18 putouts in as many chances 2014: Saw action in 26 games with five starts as a sophomore, all in the outfield ... recorded her first hit of the season in a 1 for 2 game vs. Central Michigan (2/14) ... scored a run as a pinch runner in both games of a doubleheader at Western Illinois (3/29) ... also scored a run after getting hit by a pitch twice at Western Illinois (3/30) ... hit a pinch-hit home run, the first homer of her career, vs. IUPUI (4/5) ... Went 1 for 1 with a double and a run scored at North Dakota (4/30) ... posted another pinch hit vs. Western Illinois (5/9) at The Summit League Championships 2013: Played in 24 games as a freshman, mostly as a pinch runner, with nine starts in right field ... finished with six hits in 26 at bats for the season with a double and 4 RBI ... recorded nine successful putouts in nine chances for a perfect fielding percentage ... posted a pair of multi-hit games on the season, including a perfect 3-for3 effort with 2 RBI and a double in a win over UMBC (2/16) at the Jimmy John’s Lion Classic ... also went 2-for-3 win a win over Texas Southern (2/17) at the Jimmy John’s Lion Classic Before SDSU: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Blue Springs South High School ... all-conference selection both 2010 and 2012 ... named all-district in 2012 ... earned academic all-state honors in 2010 ... also earned three varsity letters in track and letters in volleyball and basketball ... David Priddy Softball Award winner ... member of the National Honor Society

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JACKRABBIT SENIOR

#OnTheRise

CAREER HIGHS

#10 Devan Larsen

AT BATS ...................................................................5, three

times, last at IUPUI, 3/21/15 Marty, 4/24/15; at Dakota Wesleyan, 3/26/15 HITS .......................................................................................4, vs. Indiana State, 2/9/14 RBI ..........................................................5, vs. Omaha, 4/3/15; vs. Indiana State, 2/9/14 DOUBLES ..........................................................1, 15 times, last vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 TRIPLES ........................................................1, three times, last vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 HOMERUNS........................................................................2, at Dakota Wesleyan, 3/26/15 STEALS ..........................................................1, nine times, last vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 RUNS .......................................4, vs. Mount

5-8 – SENIOR – INFIELDER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT MONROE, WASH. MONROE H.S. BUSINESS ECONOMICS MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

2013 2014 2015

.206 .211 .296 .253

24-16 43-41 52-52 119-109

34 114 152 300

5 15 43 63

7 24 45 76

1 6 8 15

0 1 2 3

0 7 16 23

3 28 40 71

8 53 105 166

.235 .465 .691 .553

12 9 19 40

1 2 3 6

17 34 48 99

0 0 0 0

.426 .280 .381 .351

0 0 2 2

0 4 3 7

0-0 5-5 4-4 9-9

19 87 63 169

CAREER

A

E

18 7 90 13 111 23 219 43

FLD%

.841 .932 .883 .900

2015: Started all 52 games of the season at shortstop ... Summit League Academic All-League Team selection ... set SDSU single-season records with 16 home runs, 105 total bases and with a .691 slugging percentage ... also posted eight doubles and two triples ... her 40 RBI and her 43 runs scored both mark the second-highest single-season total in school history ... went 3 for 4 at the plate with a home run and two runs scored in a win over Utah State (2/8) ... hit a home run in a 2 for 3 game at the plate with two runs cored vs. Liberty (2/14) ... went 2 for 4 with a home run and two RBI vs. Cleveland State (2/15) ... went a perfect 5 for 5 with three home runs, three RBI and seven runs scored in a doubleheader sweep at Dakota Wesleyan (3/26) ... hit two homers in the opener at DWU, including an inside the park home run ... hit a grand slam to finish with five RBI vs. Omaha (4/3) ... hit a three run homer at North Dakota State (4/11) ... broke the SDSU singleseason home run record with her 11th round-tripper in a win over Creighton (4/15) ... went 3 for 5 with two homers, three RBI and five runs scored in a doubleheader sweep of Mount Marty (4/24) ... went 6 for 8 with a double, home run, four RBI and four runs scored in a doubleheader sweep of Dakota State (4/29) ... hit a solo home run in the team’s first-ever Division I postseason win, a 7-6 victory over Western Illinois (5/7) at The Summit League Tournament 2014: Played in 43 games as a sophomore with 41 starts, 36 at second base, three at shortstop and one each at third base and designated player ... led the team with seven home runs and with 28 runs batted in ... also finished the season with six doubles, a triple and seven multi-hit games ... one of two players to post a four-hit game on the season ... 14 of her 24 hits on the season went for extra bases ... posted career-highs with four hits and five RBI, including her first-career homerun vs. Indiana State (2/9), a three-run walk-off blast with two outs in the eighth inning ... drew two walks and hit a homerun vs. Missouri State (2/15) ... went 2 for 4 with a double, two RBI and a run scored vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2/21) ... doubled home a pair of runs vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2/22) ... went 2 for 4 with a walk and two RBI vs. Alabama State (2/22) ... doubled home a pair of runs at Western Illinois (3/30) ... went 2 for 4 with a double and a triple vs. IUPUI (4/6) ... hit a two-run home run at Creighton (4/8) ... doubled and homered in a 2 for 3, two RBI game vs. Omaha (4/19) went 3 for 4 with three RBI, two runs scored and a home run vs. Dakota Wesleyan (4/23) ... hit a two-run home run at North Dakota (4/30) ... hit a threerun home run and scored twice vs. Kansas City (5/3) ... went 2 for 4, including the Jackrabbits third straight home run to open the game vs. Western Illinois in The Summit League Championships 2013: Played in 24 games as a freshman with 16 starts in both the infield and outfield ... finished the season with seven hits, including a double, 3 RBI and five runs scored ... recorded her first collegiate hit and first RBI against UTEP (2/15) at the Jimmy John’s Lions Classic ... also got a hit and an RBI in the win over UMBC (2/16) at the same tournament ... went 1-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored against Pittsburgh (2/22) at the Hilltopper Classic Before SDSU: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Monroe High School ... earned allWesco North honorable mention honors at shortstop in 2010 and second-team honors in both 2011 and 2012 ... team captain in her junior and senior seasons ... fouryear honor roll student ... named scholar of the month for May 2011 ... member of the link crew from 2010-12 ... two-year member of the National Honor Society Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

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JACKRABBIT JUNIOR

@GoJacksSB CAREER HIGHS

#15 Ashlyn Bender

AT BATS .......................................................................................2, at

Iowa State, 2/8/14

HITS ................................................................................................................................ RBI .................................................................................................................................

5-8 – JUNIOR – PITCHER BATS LEFT/THROWS LEFT HIGHLANDS, CALIF. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY H.S. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION MAJOR

DOUBLES .......................................................................................................................... TRIPLES ........................................................................................................................... HOMERUNS ....................................................................................................................... STRIKEOUTS IN A GAME .....................9, at

IUPUI, 3/22/15; vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 2/21/14 City, 5/3/14

INNINGS PITCHED IN A GAME .......................................................11, vs. Kansas

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS YEAR

ERA

W-L

APP

GS

CG

SHO/CBO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

BF

OPP.AVG

WP

HBP SFA SHA

2014 2015

5.79 5.99 5.90

5-15 9-14 14-29

26 34 60

21 25 46

12 11 23

0/0 2/0 2/0

0 1 1

123.1 136.2 260.0

193 208 401

149 142 291

102 117 219

57 60 117

51 80 131

24 30 54

4 3 7

16 21 37

650 690 1340

.339 .345 .342

3 16 19

1 10 11

CAREER

9 3 12

11 14 25

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

2014 2015

.000 .000 .000

27-21 34-25 61-46

3 0 3

1 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

1 0 1

0 0 0

2 0 2

0 0 0

.250 .000 .250

0 0 0

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

5 6 11

29 43 72

8 2 10

.810 .961 .892

CAREER

2015: Appeared in 34 games in the circle as a sophomore with 25 starts, posting a 9-14-1 overall record... struck out seven in 5.2 innings in a win over Utah State (2/8) in her season debut ... struck out seven batters in a complete game win over Montana (3/14) ... pitched all eight innings in a win at IUPUI (3/21) ... tied a career-high with nine strikeouts in a 2-1, eight inning loss at IUPUI (3/22) ... recorded her first-career shutout in a 10-0, five inning win at Southwest Minnesota State (4/1) ... pitched all seven innings, with four strikeouts in a win over Creighton (4/15) ... tossed her second shutout of the season in a 4-0 win over Fort Wayne (4/25) ... earned her first-career save vs. Western Illinois (5/7) in The Summit League Tournament, giving up no runs on one hit in three innings

plate during the season, drawing a walk and scoring a run vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2/22) Before SDSU: Posted a .350 batting average, with 39 RBI and a 1.77 ERA in 257.2 innings pitched and 185 strikeouts in her first three years at Redlands East Valley High School ... earned rookie of the year honors in 2010, along with first team all-conference honors in both 2011 and 2012, and all-tournament player honors in 2011 ... two-year honor roll student ... played travel ball with So Cal Wicked

2014: Pitched in 26 games as a freshman with 21 starts and 12 complete games ... led the team with 123.1 innings pitched ... made her first collegiate appearance at Iowa State (2/8) ... tossed all eight innings for her first-career win vs. Indiana State (2/9) ... struck out a careerhigh nine batters in a complete game win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2/21) ... earned a complete game win over Western Illinois (3/29) ... pitched all six innings in a win over Dakota Wesleyan (4/23) ... tossed a career-high 11 innings vs. Kansas City (5/3) ... made four appearances at the

JACKRABBIT JUNIOR CAREER HIGHS

#12 Katie Lang

AT BATS ........................................................................................................................... HITS ................................................................................................................................ RUNS SCORED .....................................................1, three

5-10 – JUNIOR – PITCHER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT NEW BERLIN, WIS. EISENHOWER H.S. PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR

times, last vs. Creighton, 4/15/15

DOUBLES .......................................................................................................................... TRIPLES ........................................................................................................................... HOMERUNS ....................................................................................................................... STRIKEOUTS IN A GAME ...................................4, three INNINGS PITCHED IN A GAME .....................6, at

times, last vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 Creighton, 4/8/14; vs. Indiana State, 2/8/14

CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS YEAR

ERA

W-L

APP

GS

CG

SHO/CBO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

BF

OPP.AVG

WP

2014 2015

7.04 5.83 6.61

0-8 2-1 2-9

21 13 34

8 3 11

3 2 5

0/0 0/0 0/0

0 0 0

53.2 30.0 83.2

73 41 114

65 31 96

54 25 79

43 20 63

19 20 39

11 9 20

1 1 2

13 2 15

278 150 428

.340 .318 .331

7 13 20

CAREER

HBP SFA SHA

6 0 6

5 1 6

9 0 9

CAREER BATTING STATISTICS YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

2014 2015

.000 .000 .000

21-8 21-3 42-11

0 0 0

0 3 3

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0

2 2 4

21 16 37

0 0 0

1.000 1.000 1.000

CAREER

2015: Saw action in 21 games, with three starts in the circle, where she posted a 2-1 record ... played in eight games as a pinch runner, scoring three runs on the season ... tied a career-high with four strikeouts in two innings of relief at Dakota Wesleyan (3/26) ... earned her first-career pitching win with a five inning complete game one-hitter vs. Mount Marty (4/24) ... tied a career-high again with four strikeouts in earning her second-career win vs. Dakota State (4/29)

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2014: Appeared in 21 games in the circle as a freshman with eight starts and three complete games ... made her Jackrabbit debut vs. Indiana State (2/8) ... struck our four batters in 2.1 innings pitched vs. IUPUI (4/5) ... struck out three batters in a complete game start at Creighton (4/8) ... struck out one batter in one inning of action vs. South Dakota (5/7) at The Summit League Championships

Before SDSU: Four-year letterwinner at New Berlin Eisenhower High School ... hit at a .420 clip as a junior and posted a 9-2 record in the circle with a 1.53 ERA and a perfect game to her credit ... earned Woodland Conference Player of the Year, first team all-conference, first team allsuburban, first team all-district, all-area honorable mention and all-state honorable mention accolades following the 2012 season ... hit .365 and posted a 10-1 record in the circle with a 1.49 ERA as a sophomore ... earned conference pitcher of the year, first team all-conference, first team all suburban, first team all district and all-area honorable mention in 2011 ... also earned numerous other honors in both tennis and basketball ... four-year honor student ... member of the National Honor Society Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


JACKRABBIT JUNIOR

#OnTheRise

CAREER HIGHS

#1 Christian McKone

AT BATS .........................................................5, three

times, last vs. South Dakota, 5/8/15 Southwest Minnesota State, 4/1/15 HITS ...............................................................3, nine times, last vs. South Dakota, 5/8/15 RBI ..............................................................................................2, vs. Cal Poly, 3/13/15 DOUBLES .......................................................................................................................... TRIPLES ..............................................................................1, vs. Western Illinois, 4/18/15 HOMERUNS ....................................................................................................................... STEALS ............................................................2, three times, last vs. Fort Wayne, 4/25/15 RUNS ..................................................................3, at

5-3 – JUNIOR – OUTFIELDER BATS LEFT/THROWS RIGHT BONNEY LAKE, WASH. ARMY/BONNEY LAKE H.S. PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR * = at Army

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

2013* 2015

.361 .325 .326

61-61 52-52 113-113

CAREER

AB

R

H

184 36 60 169 39 55 353 75 115

2B

3B

HR

RBI

1 0 1

2 1 3

0 0 0

11 9 20

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

65 .353 57 .337 122 .346

TB

21 17 38

0 0 0

30 12 42

0 0 0

.395 .387 .391

0 0 0

2 16-18 5 24-28 7 40-46

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

70 35 105

7 3 10

2 3 5

.975 .927 .958

2015: Started all 52 games as a sophomore in the outfield, mostly in left field ... led the team with 24 stolen bases in 28 attempts, the fourth-most stolen bases in a single-season in school history ... finished fourth on the team with a .325 batting average and second on the team with 17 walks, as the team’s primary leadoff batter ... went 2 for 4 with a walk, two RBI, two runs scored and a stolen base vs. Cal Poly (3/13) ... combined to go 5 for 9 with an RBI, run scored and three stolen bases in a doubleheader sweep at Dakota Wesleyan (3/26) ... went 3 for 4 with a stolen base and a run scored at Kansas City (3/31) ... walked twice, stole a base and scored a trio of runs at Southwest Minnesota State (4/1) ... went 2 for 4 with a stolen base and two runs scored in a win over Omaha (4/4) ... combined to go 6 for 8 with a stolen base and three runs scored in a home doubleheader vs. North Dakota (4/14) ... went 2 for 3 with an RBI, stolen base and a run scored vs. Western Illinois (4/19) ... combined to go 6 for 8 with three each in stolen bases and runs scored in a home doubleheader sweep of Mount Marty (4/24) ... Went 3 for 4 with a walk, RBI, stolen base and two runs scored vs. Dakota State (4/29) ... went 3 for 4 with a run scored at South Dakota (5/2) ... closed the season with a 3 for 5 day at the plate vs. South Dakota (5/8) at The Summit League Tournament, with an RBI and three runs scored 2014: Sat out the season due to transfer rules Before SDSU: Started all 61 games for the Army Black Knights in 2013 as a freshman ... finished third on the team with a .326 batting average, with 60 hits in 184 at bats, adding a double, two triples, 11 RBI and 21 walks ... also finished second on the team with 16 stolen bases in 18 attempts ... earned three all-state selections as an outfielder in high school; one at Issaquah High School and two at Bonney Lake High School, where she helped lead the team to a fifth place finish at the state tournament as a junior

JACKRABBIT SOPHOMORE CAREER HIGHS

#18 Dana Chavez

AT BATS ............................................................................................4, at

IUPUI, 3/21/15 IUPUI, 3/21/15 HITS.........................................................2, vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15; at IUPUI, 3/21/15 RBI .............................................................................................2, vs. Montana, 3/14/15 DOUBLES .......................................................................................................................... TRIPLES .......................................................................................1, vs. Montana, 3/14/15 HOMERUNS ....................................................................................................................... STEALS ......................................................1, three times, last vs. Western Illinois, 4/19/15 RUNS................................................................................................2, at

5-1 – SOPHOMORE – OUTFIELDER BATS LEFT/THROWS RIGHT HACIENDA HEIGHTS, CALIF. LOS ALTOS H.S. ADVERTISING MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

2015

.203

44-34

74

17

15

0

1

0

7

17

.230

7

2

20

0

.286

1

2

3-3

27

3

2

.938

2015: Played in 44 games as a freshman with 34 starts, mostly in the outfield ... recorded 15 hits with a triple, seven RBI and 17 runs scored ... also walked seven times and got hit by a pitch twice ... hit a two RBI triple in a win over Montana (3/14) ... went 2 for 4 with a pair of runs scored in the league-opening win at IUPUI (3/21) ... went a perfect 2 for 2 with an RBI and a run scored vs. Mount Marty (4/24) Before SDSU: Four-year varsity letterwinner ... earned a first team all-league selection in her sophomore through senior seasons ... also earned Los Altos High School rookie of the year honors in 2010-11 and best offensive player honors in 2011-12 and 2012-13 ... earned the Hacienda 5 Award, given to the five of the best student-athletes in the Hacienda League ... earned all-league academic team honors in both her junior and senior seasons and scholar athlete accolades as a junior ... also played volleyball in high school ... played club ball with Firecrackers Pasco 18U

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JACKRABBIT SOPHOMORES

@GoJacksSB CAREER HIGHS

#20 Bryana Clark

AT BATS ........................................................................................................................... HITS ................................................................................................................................ RBI .................................................................................................................................

5-8 – SOPHOMORE – PITCHER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT RIVERSIDE, CALIF. MARTIN LUTHER KING H.S. ATHLETIC TRAINING MAJOR

DOUBLES .......................................................................................................................... TRIPLES ........................................................................................................................... HOMERUNS ....................................................................................................................... STRIKEOUTS IN A GAME ......................................................................8, vs. Omaha, 4/3/15 INNINGS PITCHED IN A GAME ..............................7.0, four

times, last vs. Fort Wayne, 4/26/15

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

ERA

W-L

APP

GS

CG

SHO/CBO

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

BF

OPP.AVG

WP

2015

6.08

9-14

30

22

8

3/0

1

118.2

167

125

103

58

88

33

3

12

598

.326

9

2015: Appeared in 30 games as a freshman with 22 starts, posting a 9-14-1 record with a trio of shutouts ... led the Jackrabbit staff with 88 strikeouts ... picked up her first-career win in relief vs. Liberty (2/14), when she struck out four batters in 4.2 innings ... pitched her first complete game win at Dakota Wesleyan (3/26) ... tossed her first-career shutout at Southwest Minnesota State (4/1), giving up just two hits with seven strikeouts ... struck out a career-high eight batters in a complete game win over Omaha (4/3) ... pitched her second-career shutout and struck out six batters in a 3-0 win over Western Illinois (4/18) ... struck out six in a win at North Dakota (4/22) ... pitched all five innings in a run-rule shortened 10-0 win over Fort Wayne (4/25) ... struck out seven in a complete game win over Fort Wayne (4/26) ... earned the win in the team’s first-ever Division I postseason win, a 7-6 defeat of Western Illinois (5/7) at The Summit League Tournament

HBP SFA SHA

12

4

10

Before SDSU: Three-year letterwinner in high school ... helped lead Martin Luther King High School to a Big VIII League championship win in 2012-13 ... also played in the ASA National Tournament in 2011, when she earned her team’s coach’s award ... played in the Premiere Girls Fastpitch National Tournament in 2012 and 2013 ... helped lead her team to a Stu Penter Classic tournament championship in 2012 ... earned the President’s Award for Academic Excellence in 2010 and MLKHS Scholar Athlete honors in 2012-13 ... four-year honor roll student ... graduated with honors as a presidential scholar

CAREER HIGHS ALL SET AT INDIAN HILLS CC times, last at Muscatine Community College, 4/14/15 RUNS ..............................................................4, two times, last vs. Southeastern, 4/24/15 HITS ..........................................................................................4, vs. Galveston, 2/21/15 RBI .........................................................................4, three times, last vs. Central, 4/4/15 DOUBLES...........................................................2, two times, last vs. Iowa Western, 4/2/15 TRIPLES ........................................................................................................................... HOMERUNS .................................................................................2, vs. Galveston, 2/21/15 STEALS ...........................................................2, five times, last vs. Jefferson (Mo.), 5/1/15

#7 Abbey Murphy

AT BATS ..................................5, five

5-7 – SOPHOMORE – INFIELDER BATS LEFT/THROWS RIGHT MACKSBURG, IOWA INDIAN HILLS CC/EARLHAM H.S. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION MAJOR * = at Indian Hills CC

CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

2015

.368

44-44

155

44

57

6

0

9

39

90

.581

14

1

10

0

.424

0

3

16-0

96

75

10

.945

Before SDSU: Four-time varsity letterwinner ... earned four all-conference and four all-state selections ... batted over .400 in all four years of high school, with a .419 average in both her freshman and sophomore years, .491 as a junior and .455 as a senior ... finished high school with 197 RBI, 118 of which came in her final two seasons, adding a total of 19 home runs ... also earned four varsity letters track and field, three in cross country and basketball, two in volleyball and one in bowling, with all-conference nods in cross country, volleyball, basketball and track and field ... named all-state in track after a sixth place finish at the prestigious Drake Relays ... four-year honor roll student ... two-year member of the National Honor Society

CAREER HIGHS

#19 Danielle Steffo

AT BATS ................................................................................3, vs. Dakota

State, 4/29/15 State, 4/29/15; vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15 HITS ..............................................................1, four times, last vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 RBI ..............................................2, vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15; vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15 DOUBLES ................................................................................1, vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15 TRIPLES ........................................................................................................................... HOMERUNS ....................................................................................................................... STEALS ............................................................................................................................ RUNS ............................................1, vs. Dakota

5-7 – SOPHOMORE – CATCHER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT MISSION VIEJO, CALIF. TESORO H.S. PHARMACY MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS

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YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

2015

.250

12-3

16

2

4

1

0

0

2

5

.313

2

0

4

0

.333

0

0

0-0

8

0

1

.889

2015: Played in 12 games as a freshman, with a trio of starts, two of them as the designated player and one as catcher ... picked up her first collegiate hit off the bench at Dakota Wesleyan (3/26) ... doubled home a run and scored vs. Mount Marty (4/24) ... went 2 for 4 with an RBI and a run scored in a doubleheader sweep of Mount Marty (4/29)

Before SDSU: Three-year softball letterwinner ... team captain and coaches award winner as a senior in 2014 ... earned player of the year on the junior varsity squad as a freshman in 2011 ... earned a second team all-league selection as a sophomore in 2012 ... also named most improved player from her coach in 2012 ... earned scholar athlete selections in all four years of high school ... named an AP Scholar Award winner in both 2013 and 2014 Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


JACKRABBIT SOPHOMORE

#OnTheRise

CAREER HIGHS Marty, 4/24/15; vs. Cal Poly, 3/13/15 RUNS .................................................................1, 14 times, last at South Dakota, 5/2/15 HITS ................................................................2, six times, last vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 RBI ............................................................3, vs. Cal Poly, 3/13/15; at Iowa State, 2/8/15 DOUBLES ...............................................................................2, vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 TRIPLES ........................................................................................................................... HOMERUNS .................................................1, three times, last vs. Western Illinois, 4/18/15 STEALS.....................................................................................1, vs. Fort Wayne, 4/25/15

#13 Jordyn Sturgeon

AT BATS................................................4, vs. Mount

5-9 – SOPHOMORE – UTILITY BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT OMAHA, NEB. MILLARD SOUTH H.S. PHYSICAL/TEACHER EDUCATION MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

TB

SLG%

BB

HBP

SO

GDP

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

E

FLD%

2015

.277

45-34

101

14

28

10

0

3

19

47

.465

3

2

20

2

.311

0

2

1-1

132

5

3

.979

2015: Played in 45 games as a freshman with 34 starts ... started games in the outfield, first base, designated player and at catcher ... posted her first-career hit, a three-run home run, at Iowa State (2/8) ... went 2 for 4 with a double and three RBI vs. Cal Poly (3/13) ... hit an RBI double in her only plate appearance at Kansas City (3/31) ... went 3 for 6 with two doubles, a home run, three RBI and a pair of runs scored in a pair of wins over Omaha (4/3-4) ... hit a two RBI double at North Dakota State (4/11) hit a solo home run in a win over Western Illinois (4/18) ... hit an RBI double in a win at North Dakota (4/22) ... went 2 for 4 with a double, three RBI and a run scored in a win over Mount Marty (4/24) ... hit and RBI double in a 2 for 3 day at the plate vs. Fort Wayne (4/25) ... hit two doubles and scored a run in a win over Dakota State (4/29)

Before SDSU: Combined to hit .314 with 48 RBI, 12 doubles and four homeruns in her sophomore and junior seasons at Millard South High School ... just the third player in school history to play for the state title in all four years on the team, with championship victories in 2011, 2012 and 2013 ... earned Class ‘A’ honorable mention all-state and first team all coaches division honors in 2012, adding an honorable mention all coaches division selection in 2013 ... posted a .381 batting average with 22 RBI, 22 doubles and three triples with the Omaha Quakes Gold in 2013 ... hit at a .415 clip with 10 doubles, 11 home runs and 30 RBI for the Quakes Gold in 2014 ... volunteers at Project Pink’d, the No Frills Supermarket and played in the First Annual Swing for the Cure championship team at Millard South H.S. ...also earned a varsity letter in basketball ... four-year honor roll student

JACKRABBIT FRESHMEN

#3 Julia Andersen

#22 Lyndsey Crist

5-9 – FRESHMAN – OUTFIELDER/PITCHER BATS LEFT/THROWS RIGHT PAPILLION, NEB. PAPILLION-LAVISTA H.S. SPORT RECREATION/PARK MANAGEMENT MAJOR

5-8 – FRESHMAN – OUTFIELDER/CATCHER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT LINCOLN, NEB. LINCOLN EAST H.S. GRAPHIC DESIGN MAJOR

Before SDSU: Four-time varsity letterwinner ... posted a 1.76 ERA as a junior with 108 strikeouts and a 2.32 ERA with 116 strikeouts as a senior captain ... hit .534 as a junior with a .670 slugging percentage and no strikeouts and .477 with a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage as a senior ... earned a pair of first team all-state nods to go along with second team and honorable mention all-state selections in her career ... also earned first team all-region and first team high school All-American in 2013 ... earned Class ‘A’ first team all-state and second team super state from the Lincoln Journal Star and Class ‘A’ first team and All-Metro Conference from the Omaha World Herald, all for her efforts in the pitching circle in 2014 ... named an All-American Scholar Athlete as a four-year honor roll student and two-year member of the National Honor Society

Before SDSU: Earned four varsity letters in softball at Lincoln East High School ... earned allconference and first team all-state as a senior captain in 2014, when she hit .410 with 11 doubles, two triples, 15 home runs and 44 RBI ... also set a Nebraska Class ‘A’ record in 2014 with three homeruns in a game ... named first team Class ‘A’ all-state and first team super state from the Lincoln Journal Star and Class ‘A’ second team from the Omaha World Herald as a senior ... all-academic award winner in 2013 ... played club ball with Nebraska Gold

#5 Ali Herdliska

#4 Baily Janssen

5-9 – FRESHMAN – CATCHER/INFIELDER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT SOLON, IOWA SOLON H.S. ART EDUCATION MAJOR

5-8 – FRESHMAN – INFIELDER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT MISSOURI VALLEY, IOWA MISSOURI VALLEY H.S. BIOLOGY/PRE-MED MAJOR

Before SDSU: Five-time varsity letterwinner ... posted a .402 batting average, with 16 doubles as an eighth grader ... entered her senior season with 55 doubles, a triple and 15 home runs to her credit ... earned all-conference honorable mention as an eighth grader, adding both first team all-conference and second team all-state following her sophomore and junior seasons ... played club ball with the Eastern Iowa Barracudas ... also earned four varsity letters in soccer and three in basketball, earning second team all-conference honors in both during her junior year

Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

Before SDSU: Five-time varsity letterwinner in softball ... broke head coach Krista Wood’s career doubles record at Missouri Valley High School ... earned second team all-conference honors as an eighth grader and added first team all-conference and Council Bluffs Nonpareil first team all-area honors in her freshman through junior seasons ... added first team all-state selections following her sophomore and junior seasons ... batted .378, with 11 doubles as a freshman, hit .500 with 25 doubles and two home runs as a sophomore, hit .469 with 16 doubles, four homeruns and 36 RBI as a junior ... four-year honor roll student and member of the National Honor Society ... also served on the MVHS student council ... played club ball for Insanity Softball, and earned USSSA World Series defensive player of the tournament in 2014

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JACKRABBIT FRESHMEN

@GoJacksSB

#17 Mallory McQuistan

#8 Erin Mullen

5-7 – FRESHMAN – CATCHER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT FREMONT, NEB. FREMONT H.S. SOCIOLOGY MAJOR

5-9 – FRESHMAN – INFIELDER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT BETTENDORF, IOWA PLEASANT VALLEY H.S. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT MAJOR

Before SDSU: Four-time varsity letterwinner ... set Fremont High School single-season records with a .500 batting average, 16 doubles and 31 RBI as a senior ... also holds the school single-season records with 20 stolen bases and 11 home runs, and set a school record with 23 career home runs ... first team all-conference and all-state honorable mention selection in her sophomore through junior seasons ... first team all-state selection as a senior ... named Class ‘A’ honorable mention from both the Lincoln Journal Star and Omaha World Herald as a senior ... five-time academic all-conference selection in three sports ... honor roll student ... three-time academic letterwinner ... also earned two varsity letters in track and field and one in basketball ... played club ball on the Echoes Elite Gold

Before SDSU: Team captain as a senior in 2015 ... posted a batting average over .500 in her eighth grade through sophomore seasons, and hit .486 as a junior ... helped lead Pleasant Valley High School to 2014 State Tournament ... ranked seventh in Iowa Class 5A in both home runs and slugging percentage and fourth in the conference for slugging percentage and fifth in home runs in 2014 ... four-year honor roll student and 2014 Mississippi Athletic Conference All-Academic Team in 2014 ... played club ball for the SE Iowa All Stars, QC Firebirds 96, Havoc Extreme Elite Comettes, PV Explosion Lunachix and Sluggers 97, earning MVP honors at the USSSA 16U Nationals in 2012 while playing for Sluggers 97

#23 Yanney Ponce 5-7 – FRESHMAN – INFIELDER BATS RIGHT/THROWS RIGHT SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. CAJON H.S. ADVERTISING MAJOR Before SDSU: Three-time varsity letterwinner at Cajon High School ... batted .438, with seven doubles and five triples as a senior in 2015 ... also earned the GPA Academic Athlete award for her work in the classroom ... also earned one varsity letter in soccer in high school ... her dad played 14 years of professional baseball in the Mexican League

INSIDE THE 2016 ROSTER

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THE JACKRABBITS BY STATE California Ashlyn Bender.....................................................Highland Dana Chavez ..........................................Hacienda Heights Bryana Clark.......................................................Riverside Danielle Steffo ...............................................Mission Viejo Yanney Ponce ............................................San Bernardino Iowa Ali Herdliska.............................................................Solon Baily Janssen...............................................Missouri Valley Erin Mullen.......................................................Bettendorf Abbey Murphy ..................................................Macksburg Missouri Lauren Chirnside .............................................Kansas City Nebraska Julia Andersen......................................................Papillion Lyndsey Crist .........................................................Lincoln Mallory McQuistan................................................Fremont Jordyn Sturgeon .....................................................Omaha Washington Devan Larsen ........................................................Monroe Christian McKone ..........................................Bonney Lake Wisconsin Katie Lang .......................................................New Berlin

THE JACKRABBITS BY CLASS Senior Lauren Chirnside ......................................Kansas City, Mo. Devan Larsen..............................................Monroe, Wash. Junior Ashlyn Bender ...........................................Highland, Calif. Katie Lang...............................................New Berlin, Wis. Christian McKone ................................Bonney Lake, Wash. Sophomore Dana Chavez.................................Hacienda Heights, Calif. Bryana Clark .............................................Riverside, Calif. Abbey Murphy..........................................Macksburg, Iowa Danielle Steffo ......................................Mission Viejo, Calif. Jordyn Sturgeon ............................................Omaha, Neb. Freshman Julia Andersen .............................................Papillion, Neb. Lundsey Crist ................................................Lincoln, Neb. Ali Herdliska....................................................Solon, Iowa Baily Janssen ......................................Missouri Valley, Iowa Mallory McQuistan .......................................Fremont, Neb. Erin Mullen ..............................................Bettendorf, Iowa Yanney Ponce ....................................San Bernadino, Calif.

THE JACKRABBITS BY BATS/THROWS Bats Right/Throws Right Lauren Chirnside...................................................Outfield Bryana Clark ..........................................................Pitcher Lyndsey Crist .........................................Outfielder/Catcher Ali Herdliska ............................................Catcher/Infielder Baily Janssen........................................................Infielder Katie Lang .............................................................Pitcher Devan Larsen .......................................................Infielder Mallory McQuistan.................................................Catcher Erin Mullen ..........................................................Infielder Yanney Ponce .......................................................Infielder Danielle Steffo.......................................................Catcher Jordyn Sturgeon .......................................................Utility Bats Left/Throws Left Julia Andersen ........................................Outfielder/Pitcher Ashlyn Bender........................................................Pitcher Bats Left/Throws Right Dana Chavez ........................................................Outfield Christian McKone ..................................................Outfield Abbey Murphy ......................................................Infielder Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

#OnTheRise –– A –– Adair, Ali.......................................2003-05 Adams, Janae .....................................1995 Aderhold, Linda ............................1976-78 Akers, Mikayla ..............................2014-15 Alleven, Melissa ........................1999-2002 Altermatt, Holly.............................2001-02 Althoff, Jennifer ..................................2004 Anderson, Pam ...................................1977 –– B –– Barber, Marion ...................................1983 Bauer, Teri ..........................................1981 Bauerle, Rebecca ..........................2001-02 Bayer, Shelly (Tiltrum) ...................1991-94 Belitz, Chris ..................................1979-81 Bender, Ashlyn.........................2014-15 Bentaas, Pam.....................................1978 Bernth, Alissa ...............................2002-04 Bice, Amy ..........................................1985 Binder, Ann...................................1976-78 Bingham, Sammy .........................2011-14 Bloom, Angie .....................................1993 Bottorff, Jordan .............................2004-06 Bowar, Maureen............................1983-84 Brandel, Michelle ..........................1995-98 Brende, Sherri....................................2002 Broshar, Dani................................2007-10 Bruns, Barbara ...................................1978 Bye, Jennifer .....................................2011 –– C –– Carsrud, Laurie...................................1977 Chavez, Dana ................................2015 Chirnside, Lauren.....................2013-15 Christensen, Christine ....................1990-93 Clark, Bryana................................2015 Coleman, Nikki .............................1992-94 Cooper, Jean.......................................1986 Corlett, Cindy................................1976-79 Cox, Lisa ......................................1987-90 Crawford, Jennifer .........................1994-97 Crevier, Tanya .....................................1976 Cunningham, Sue .........................1989-92 –– D –– D’Agostino, Alyssa.........................2014-15 Darwitz, Nicole..........................1998-2001 Deiter, Jill .....................................1979-80 DeYoung, Phyllis.................................1976 Distel, Lindsay ..............................2001-03 Dixon, Lori ...................................1983-85 Dohrer, Jolene ....................................1982 Dorfner, Heather ...........................1990-93 Dorfner, Jaime...............................1995-98 Drake, Kristine ..........................1997-2000 Dray, Annette......................1983, 1985-86 Duin, Jayne ........................................1976 Durazo, Ashley ..............................2008-11 –– E –– Eckard, Diana.....................................1976 Eckard, Donna....................................1976 Eilers, Maggie ....................................2007 Eitel, Elyse....................................2012-15 Evans, Chelsey ..................................2009 Evans, Stacey ....................2005-06, 08-09 –– F –– Fay, Dana .....................................1989-91 Fedson, Amanda.................................2007 Ferden, Nikki......................................2004 Fix, Marilee ........................................1976 Fogarty, Kris .......................................1989 Foley, Kim ..........................................1986 Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

Franklin, Meridyth .........................1996-97 Friberg, Angela..............................1994-97 Friedrich, Beth ..............................1990-93 Frisvold, Brenda ............................1985-86 Fryslie, Marlena ..................................2000 Fuchs, Jennifer ..........................1999-2000 –– G –– Gee, Jennifer.................................1988-90 Geis, Mandi ..................................2002-03 Giesen, Jennifer ..................................1995 Godfrey, Lisa ......................................1988 Gogolin, Gayle ..............................1976-77 Gordon, Liz ........................................1980 Greene, Michele ............................1983-84 Griebel, Terri .......................................1992 Grohs, Dixie .......................................2004 –– H –– Hackmann, Nancy...............................1983 Hainline, Tammy .................................1978 Hansen, Charlene..........................1976-78 Hansen, Donna .............................1995-97 Hanson, Amee ..............................1993-94 Hanson, Ann .................................1995-96 Harder, Elizabeth ................................1988 Harms, Stephanie......................1999-2002 Harrison, Lori................................1983-84 Hatch, Emily ......................................2001 Haywood, Emily............................2002-03 Heairet, Emily ....................................2010 Heiderscheidt, Jenni ............................1986 Heinzman, Samantha ....................2006-08 Heirigs, Rochelle.................................1989 Helget, Kayla............................1997, 1999 Hernandez, Kassandra ...................2005-06 Higgerson, Krystal ..............................2009 Hlavacek, Jill.................................2002-03 Honken, Krista ..............................2010-13 Howell, Teresa ...............................2005-07 Huffman, Allison ...........................2011-14 –– J –– Jensen, Angie................................1990-92 Johnson, Sharon............................1976-77 Johnson, Terry................................1976-77 Johnson, Joyce....................................1989 Johnson, Christine .........................1990-93 Johnson, Heidi ....................................1991 Johnson, MariAnne ........................1992-93 Johnson, Megan ........................1998-2001 Jones, Jessica ................................1990-93 Jones, Heather....................................1992 Jones, Erin .........................................2006 –– K –– Kalina, Ashley ...............................2002-05 Kellems, Vanessa ...........................2012-15 Kessler, Peggy ...............................1978-79 Kimbell, Kristi.....................................1996 Kimes, Stephanie ..........................2000-03 Kleppin, Kelly ...............................2011-14 Knop, Sandy .................................1977-78 Krebs, Kristen.....................................2001 Kremer, Joleen ..............................1985-87 Krier, Jean ..........................................1976 Kruse, Cindy .................................1991-94 Kuhl, Steph...................................2004-07 –– L –– Landon, Alex ................................2012-13 Lang, Katie ..............................2014-15 Larsen, Devan ..........................2013-15 Larson, Karla ................................1984-86 Larson, Joleen ....................................1988

Larson, Carla ................................1995-96 Lauer, Nancy ......................................1976 LeGrand, Mary Jo..........................1980-81 Leis, Geralyn ......................................1980 Leon, Denise......................................2007 Lewis, Jennifer ..............................1996-99 Lilly, Jessica ..................................1996-99 Livingston, Janice ...............................1976 Lohnes, Kim .................................1976-77 Longstaff, Kelly...................................1980 Lorimor, Mindy..............................2012-13 Lunn, Kelsey.................................2009-10 –– M –– Markanich, Jessica.........................2012-15 Marston, Jenna..............................2006-09 Mays, Taylor........................................2015 McCabe, Morgan...........................2009-12 McCauley, Amy...................................1997 McGuire, Jan.................................1986-88 McKone, Christian.........................2015 Meservey, Michele .........................1976-77 Meyer, Jessie ......................................1999 Miller, KayCee...............................2014-15 Mitchell, Bobbie Jo ........................2002-04 Moore, Shari.................................1985-86 Mork, Barbara...............................1981-83 Myers, Jakki .......................................1988 –– N –– Nelson, Kris ........................1973, 1975-77 Nelson, Sue ..................................1987-88 New, Andrea ......................................2010 Nicholson, Pam .............................2009-12 Nore, Marcelle ..............................1980-81 –– O –– O'Dell, Jackie ................................1988-89 O'Hara, Jean ......................................1991 Ortman, Liz........................................1979 Overland, April..............................1989-91 –– P –– Paolasso, Emily...................................2004 Pesqueira, Christina.......................2005-06 Peter, Melissa................................1994-97 Peters, Stephanie ..........................2007-08 Petersen, Marlee ...........................2010-13 Peterson, Kellie .............................1996-97 Portner, Diane...............................1981-82 Postma, Brianna.................................2010 Postma, Brittany ...........................2006-09 Postma, Brooke.............................2006-09 Powers, Heather .................................1998 Przybelski, Sam ..................................2009 –– R –– Rademacher, Tammy......................1981-84 Rademacher, Mindy ............................2001 Rankin, Carol .....................................1979 Rave, Jami .........................................2000 Reed, Andrea .....................................2000 Register, Lisa......................................1990 Reick, Devon ................................2010-13 Reiter, Lindsay ..............................2004-05 Riley, Kate ....................................1977-80 Ring, Jolene ..................................1986-87 Rolston, Nancy..............................1982-85 Rowe, Teresa .................................1985-88 Rust, Lynn..........................................1983 –– S –– Schmidt, Jodi......................................1979 Schmitz, Janet ....................................1986 Schneekloth, Stacy..............................1982

Schultz, Mary .....................................1986 Schultz, Traci.......................................1994 Schumacher, Jill ............................1994-97 Schwedhelm, Kiley ........................2005-08 Scriver, Amy .......................................1989 Seidlitz, Kori .................................2010-13 Sellers, Marty .....................................1983 Sempsis, Allison ............................2000-01 Senrick, Anna .....................................1995 Sherard, Teri..................................1982-83 Shumaker, Lori .............................1981-84 Silva, Connie ................................1977-80 Smith, Susan ................................1992-95 Smith, Gabby .....................................2003 Sorensen, Jackie .................................2003 Staton, Meggan..................................2003 Steffo, Danielle .............................2015 Sterup, Linda ................................1981-84 Stevenson, Linda ................................1980 Stevenson, Karla.......................1984, 1987 Stevenson, Pam ............................1986-89 Stroh, Greta..................................2008-11 Stumps, Janet ...............................1979-80 Sturgeon, Jordyn ...........................2015 Sudbeck, Julie ...............................1990-93 Sutton, Jennifer.............................2013-15 Swecker, Aleece ..................................2002 –– T –– Telleckson, Stacy.................................2002 Tenkley, Cindi .....................................1989 Terry, Samantha ............................2012-14 Thompson, Heather .......................1998-99 Thul, Candi...................................1989-91 Tillgren, Deb ......................................1986 Totall, Sarah.......................................1986 Turner, Angela...............................1996-99 –– U –– Ullrick, Kelly .................................1993-94 Utech, Emily.......................................2014 –– V –– Vineyard, Jessica ...........................2007-08 Vlot, Cassidy ......................................2015 Voigt, Deb..........................................1977 Voltin, Tania ..................................1994-97 –– W –– Waltz, Kelsey ................................2010-11 Warner, Stacey ..............................1995-98 Watt-Hartman, Dawn..........................1990 Weber, Emily.................................2011-14 Weiland, Pam .....................................1976 Weisbrod, Cara .........................1998-2000 Westendorf, Kim............................2005-07 Widner, Julie.......................................1987 Wieseler, Vicki................................1977-80 Wiesler, Brenda ..................................1983 Williams, Cheryl..................................1976 Wilson, Dana......................................2008 Winter, Tina...................................2010-13 Winterton, Tessie ...........................2005-06 Witt, Kathy.........................................1976 Witt, Tara ......................................2000-01 Wittgenstein, Amy .........................2003-06 Wolf, Deb...........................................1992 Womeldorf, Lynette .......................1981-82 –– Y –– Youngsma, Sandy .....................1976, 1978

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THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

@TheSummitLeague

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE In its fourth decade of Division I athletics, The Summit League offers 19 championship sports and has a combined enrollment of over 120,000 at nine institutions, including four located in top 60 U.S. metro populations and two land-grant universities. Member institutions include: Denver (University of Denver), Fort Wayne (Indiana UniversityPurdue University-Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue UniversityIndianapolis), North Dakota State University, Omaha (University of Nebraska Omaha), Oral Roberts University, the University of South Dakota, South Dakota State University and Western Illinois University. Previously known as the Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League rebranded in 2007 and has since produced eight NCAA Champions, and over 75 Academic All-Americans, 65 All-America selections and numerous former student-athletes competing at the highest professional level.

120,000

• More than students are enrolled at Summit League institutions g has an alumni population of over • The league

700,000 • Over 6.75 million people it L t areas reside in S Summit League metro

Each year, approximately 3,000 student-athletes continue to raise the bar and help The Summit League reach exceptional success and development. Within the past five years alone, The Summit League has produced six NCAA Champions, accounting for more than half of its all-time total. That level of success also carries into the classroom. In 2014-15, The Summit League ranked first for NCAA Graduation Success Rate in women’s basketball and second in baseball while setting records for NCAA Public Recognition awards and perfect Academic Progress Rate scores. Those achievements came on the heels of recent prestigious individual academic honors such as the Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship, Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Scholar-Athlete of the Years and Capital One Academic All-America of the Year awarded to Summit League student-athletes. The Summit League also produces the highest quality in competition as evidenced by representation in the National Basketball Association (NBA), Major League Baseball (MLB), Major League Soccer (MLS), Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and Professional Golf Association (PGA) in 2015.

Within the past decade, The Summit League has … • Achieved a final national ranking in eight different sports. • Won NCAA Regional Championships in two sports and advanced in five additional NCAA team championship tournaments. • Had 86 teams receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards (among top 10 percent of Academic Progress Rate (APR) in their sport) since 2010. • Totaled 61 teams with maximum/perfect APR scores in the past three years. • Crowned eight of the league’s 10 NCAA Champions since 2007 and won five NCAA national championships and 10 NCAA statistical titles in the past four years.

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE The Summit League has schools in three of the 60 largest U.S. metro areas, based on population totals from the 2010 census. METRO POPULATIONS Rk. Market 21 Denver, Colo. 34 Indianapolis, Ind. 55 Tulsa, Okla. 59 Omaha, Neb. 121 Fort Wayne, Ind. 193 Sioux Falls, S.D. 204 Fargo, N.D.

Population 2.54 million 1.76 million 0.94 million 0.87 million 0.42 million 0.23 million 0.21 million

School Denver IUPUI ORU Omaha Fort Wayne USD/SDSU NDSU

ADDITIONAL REGIONAL METRO POPULATIONS 134 Quad Cities, Ill./Iowa 0.38 million WIU 135 Peoria, Ill. 0.38 million WIU

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www.thesummitleague.org

Tom Douple Commissioner

Commissioner ..........................................................................Tom Douple Senior Associate Commissioner....................................Myndee Kay Larsen Associate Commissioner/Administrative Services ....................Angie Torain Assistant Commissioner/Compliance ...................................Matthew Boyer Assistant Commissioner/Communications............................... David Brauer Associate Director of Communications ..................................... Greg Mette Assistant Director of Championships........................ Stephanie Sabaduquia Assistant Director of Communications .......................... Christopher Brown Administrative Assistant ......................................................... Colleen Rott

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THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

• The Summit League set all-time highs in 2014-15 with 23 teams recording perfect NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores and 25 teams publicly recognized for posting multi-year APRs in the top 10 percent of their respective sports. A total of nine Academic All-Americans and 19 Academic All-District honorees hailed from The Summit League last season. • Summit League women’s basketball led all Division I leagues in the NCAA’s Graduation Success Rate measure while baseball placed second. • Attendance at The Summit League Basketball Championships smashed 11 records, including new standards for both the men’s and women’s tournaments and the overall combined total. • Six Summit League teams attained national rankings in their respective sports last season, led by North Dakota State’s softball team, which ended the year in the Top 25. • Western Illinois’ Ashley Luke was named the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year for women’s basketball, making her the league’s first female student-athlete to receive the honor.

HISTORY Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League recorded several transcendent moments that resonate on the national stage. While known as the Mid-Continent Conference, the league’s first two decades produced a pair of appearances in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament’s “Sweet 16” and the Women’s College World Series as well as three individual NCAA Track and Field Champions. Oral Roberts gave The Summit League its initial baseball regional crown and Super Regional appearance in 2006 and three years later, North Dakota State became the league’s first softball team to achieve the same feat. The 2008-09 season also saw South Dakota State’s women’s basketball team carry a national ranking throughout a majority of the year and cap its season with an NCAA Tournament first round victory. In 2014, North Dakota State gained the national spotlight with a victory in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Round of 64. Last season, North Dakota State finished in the national Top 25 softball rankings, one of six teams to achieve a national ranking in their respective sport during 2014-15. Throughout its history, The Summit League has produced 10 NCAA Championships, three Olympic medalists and numerous All-Americans in the sports of track and field, swimming and diving and cross country. Several professional athletes and draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball first round picks, a pair of NBA first round choices, and two WNBA selections. In addition, Summit Leaguers compete in the MLS, and on the PGA and LPGA Tours. Former Summit Leaguer Kevin Duckworth (NBA) was a twotime all-star during his professional career. To coincide with The Summit League’s 30th Anniversary Season in 201112, the league released a list of its Top 30 Distinguished Contributors from the Division I era as selected by a panel of voters from member schools and the media. Four individual NCAA champions and three Olympic medalists along with four NBA players and two World Series Champions headlined The Summit League’s list of top student-athletes, coaches and administrators that was the jewel of the anniversary celebration. Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball

SUMMIT LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP DENVER Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Pioneers Denver, Colo. 11,809 1864 2013

FORT WAYNE Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Mastodons Fort Wayne, Ind. 13,214 1964 2007

IUPUI Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Jaguars Indianapolis, Ind. 30,690 1969 1998

NORTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Bison Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 14,747 Founded: 1890 Joined League: 2007 OMAHA Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Mavericks Omaha, Neb. 15,227 1908 2011

ORAL ROBERTS Nickname: Golden Eagles Location: Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment: 3,481 Founded: 1963 Joined League: 1997 / 2014 SOUTH DAKOTA Nickname: Coyotes Location: Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment: 10,061 Founded: 1862 Joined League: 2011 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Jackrabbits Location: Brookings, S.D. Enrollment: 12,557 Founded: 1881 Joined League: 2007 WESTERN ILLINOIS Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks Location: Macomb, Ill. Enrollment: 11,458 Founded: 1899 Joined League: 1982 (charter member)

ASSOCIATE MEMBER: Eastern Illinois University competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and men’s soccer.

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SUMMIT LEAGUE OPPONENTS

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FORT WAYNE MASTODONS

IUPUI JAGUARS

NORTH DAKOTA STATE BISON

IPFW SOFTBALL FIELD • Saturday, April 30 – 9:30/11:30 p.m. • Sunday, May 1 – 10 a.m.

JACKRABBIT SOFTBALL STADIUM • Saturday, April 23 – 12/2 p.m. • Sunday, April 24 – 11 a.m.

JACKRABBIT SOFTBALL STADIUM • Saturday, April 16 – 12/2 p.m. • Sunday, April 17 – 11 a.m.

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LOCATION ...........................................Fort Wayne, Ind. LOCATION .........................................Indianapolis, Ind. LOCATION ..................................................Fargo, N.D. ENROLLMENT ...................................................13,459 ENROLLMENT ...................................................30,690 ENROLLMENT ...................................................14,516 NICKNAME ..................................................Mastodons NICKNAME .......................................................Jaguars NICKNAME .........................................................Bison COLORS

.....................................Royal Blue and White Softball Field CAPACITY .............................................................900 HEAD COACH ...................................Germaine Fairchild ALMA MATER .............................................Tulsa, 1995 RECORD AT SCHOOL......................3-45, Second Season CAREER RECORD ....................295-401-1, 15th Season ASSISTANT COACHES ...Amber Bowman, Casey Cromwell 2015 RECORD......................................................3-45 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ..........................2-16/7th SOFTBALL CONTACT ....................................Brian Alden E-MAIL ...........................................aldenbs@ipfw.edu ATHLETIC WEBSITE ............................GoMastodons.com

COLORS .......................................Red, Gold

and Black Softball Complex CAPACITY .............................................................500 HEAD COACH ........................................Amanda Rivera ALMA MATER ..............................Illinois Chicago, 2004 RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................75-73, Fourth Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES ........Adrienne Monka, Morgan Bell 2015 RECORD....................................................33-18 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ............................9-8/3rd SOFTBALL CONTACT ........................................Jeff Yoder E-MAIL ........................................jemyoder@iupui.edu ATHLETIC WEBSITE .................................IUPUIjags.com

COLORS ...........................................Yellow

HOME FIELD ...................................IPFW

HOME FIELD .............................IUPUI

HOME FIELD .................................Ellig

and Green Sports Complex CAPACITY .............................................................450 HEAD COACH ........................................Darren Mueller ALMA MATER ........................North Dakota State, 1994 RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................503-267, 15th Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES .........Jamie Trachsel, Brynne Dordel 2015 RECORD....................................................45-11 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ...........................16-2/1st SOFTBALL CONTACT ..................................Jeff Schwartz E-MAIL...................................Jeff.Schwartz@ndsu.edu ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...................................GoBison.com

SERIES NOTES IPFW leads the all-time series 16-8, with a 15-6 advantage in Summit League play and a 5-1 edge in games played in Fort Wayne, Ind. SDSU swept the season series last season in Brookings.

SERIES NOTES SDSU leads the all-time series 11-10, with a 2-1 edge at home. The teams played the series at netural sites in 2008 and 2014, both scheduled home series for SDSU. The Jags won 2 of 3 last year in Indianapolis.

SERIES NOTES NDSU leads the all-time series 62-45, with wins in each of the last 12 meetings. SDSU’s last win in the series came on April 28, 2012, an 8-5 win at Jackrabbit Softball Stadium.

OMAHA MAVERICKS

SOUTH DAKOTA COYOTES

WESTERN ILLINOIS FIGHTING LEATHERNECKS

WESTSIDE FIELD AT WESTBROOK • Saturday, April 9 – 12/2 p.m. • Sunday, April 10 – 11 a.m.

JACKRABBIT SOFTBALL STADIUM • Saturday, May 6 – 1/3 p.m. • Sunday, May 7 – 11 a.m.

MARY ELLEN MCKEE STADIUM • Saturday, March 25 – 12/2 p.m. • Sunday, March 26 – 11 a.m.

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LOCATION ...............................................Omaha, Neb. LOCATION ............................................Vermillion, S.D. LOCATION ................................................Macomb, Ill. ENROLLMENT ...................................................15,227 ENROLLMENT .....................................................9,971 ENROLLMENT ...................................................11,458 NICKNAME ...................................................Mavericks NICKNAME ......................................................Coyotes NICKNAME .................................Fighting

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Leathernecks and Gold HOME FIELD .......................Mary Ellen McKee Stadium CAPACITY .............................................................550 HEAD COACH......................................Holly Van Vlymen ALMA MATER ..............................Western Illinois, 2000 RECORD AT SCHOOL ................222-256-2, 10th Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES ........Beth Golitko, Kristen Hawkins 2015 RECORD....................................................18-23 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ..........................8-10/4th SOFTBALL CONTACT ..............................Monica Jaenicke E-MAIL .....................................ML-Jaenicke@wiu.edu ATHLETIC WEBSITE ........................GoLeathernecks.com

COLORS .........................................Crimson

and Black HOME FIELD.......................Westside Field at Westbrook CAPACITY .............................................................300 HEAD COACH ......................................Jeanne Scarpello ALMA MATER.....................................Augustana, 1996 RECORD AT SCHOOL ................655-232-1, 16th Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES .......Cory Petermann, Lindsey Boyd 2015 RECORD....................................................22-28 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ..........................6-10/6th SOFTBALL CONTACT ....................................Shad Beam E-MAIL .....................................sbeam@unomaha.edu ATHLETIC WEBSITE .....................................Omavs.com

COLORS................................................Red

and White HOME FIELD ............................................Nygard Field CAPACITY .............................................................250 HEAD COACH ...............................................Amy Klyse ALMA MATER .....................................Augustana, 2003 RECORD AT SCHOOL ...........196-209-2, Seventh Season CAREER RECORD .................................................Same ASSISTANT COACHES ..............Hallie Blackney, Allie Daly 2015 RECORD ................................................28-25-1 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH .........................13-4/2nd SOFTBALL CONTACT..............................Bryan Boettcher E-MAIL ................................Bryan.Boettcher@usd.edu ATHLETIC WEBSITE ....................................GoYotes.com

COLORS .............................................Purple

SERIES NOTES Omaha leads the all-time series 55-18-1, but SDSU won three of the last four meetings. The team’s played to a 7-7 tie on April 3, 1992 in Brookings. SDSU took 2 of 3 last year at Jackrabbit Softball Stadium.

SERIES NOTES SDSU leads the all-time series 73-54, with a 30-9 edge in Brookings. South Dakota won each of the last eight meetings. SDSU’s last win in the series came in a doubleheader sweep on March 30, 2012.

SERIES NOTES The Fighting Leathernecks lead the all-time series 19-6, with a 6-3 advantage in Macomb, Ill. Western won 2 of 3 during the regular season last year, but SDSU eliminated WIU from the league tournament. Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


#OnTheRise

Opened in 2015, the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex adds a whole new dimension for the Jackrabbit softball team, allowing them to practice inside on the 100 yards of synthetic turf, and a high ceiling to allow for more realistic game conditions. The $32 Million facility also includes batting cages for both the SDSU softball and baseball teams.

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JACKRABBIT SOFTBALL STADIUM

Located just north of the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex, the Jackrabbits played their first game in Jackrabbit Softball Stadium on April 20, 2007. Future additions to the facility include more permanent bleachers, landscaping and a press box.

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FROST ARENA

DYKHOUSE STUDENT-ATHLETE CENTER

DANA J. DYKHOUSE STADIUM (FALL 2016)

ERV HEUTHER FIELD

S-JAC CENTER WEIGHTROOM

HPER CENTER POOL

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HISTORY AND RECORDS


2015 FINAL STATISTICS

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RECORD: ALL-GAMES . . . . SUMMIT LEAGUE . NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL

HOME

AWAY

NEUTRAL

23-29 7-11 16-18

11-6 6-3 5-3

6-14 1-8 5-6

6-9 0-0 6-9

........... ........... ...........

2015 JACKRABBIT BATTING STATISTICS NO. NAME

AVG.

GP-GS

AB

22 Alyssa D'Agostino .375 14 Elyse Eitel .361 9 Mikayla Akers .333 1 Christian McKone .325 10 Devan Larsen .296 2 Lauren Chirnside .287 17 KayCee Miller .280 13 Jordyn Sturgeon .277 4 Jessica Markanich .264 6 Cassidy Vlot .264 19 Danielle Steffo .250 5 Vanessa Kellems .221 18 Dana Chavez .203 7 Taylor Mays .000 15 Ashlyn Bender .000 20 Bryana Clark .000 8 Jennifer Sutton .000 12 Katie Lang .000 SDSU Totals 297 Opponent Totals .330

52-52 52-52 19-0 52-52 52-52 49-43 47-45 45-34 43-43 44-37 12-3 31-23 44-34 3-0 34-25 30-22 5-0 21-3 52-52 52-52

152 155 3 169 152 136 107 101 106 91 16 77 74 3 0 0 0 0 1342 1366

R

H

2B 3B HR

25 57 13 0 29 56 19 0 7 1 0 0 39 55 0 1 43 45 8 2 28 39 3 1 22 30 7 0 14 28 10 0 27 28 11 1 12 24 6 1 2 4 1 0 9 17 2 2 17 15 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 277 399 80 9 328 451 81 10

RBI

TB SLG%

11 50 103 5 36 90 0 1 1 0 9 57 16 40 105 6 18 62 3 18 46 3 19 47 0 22 41 5 16 47 0 2 5 0 10 23 0 7 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 248 644 41 286 675

BB

.678 .581 .333 .337 .691 .456 .430 .465 .387 .516 .313 .299 .230 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .480 .494

HP

SO GDP

9 1 13 8 6 13 0 0 0 17 0 12 19 3 48 10 3 33 9 5 19 3 2 20 12 13 22 7 5 25 2 0 4 4 1 14 7 2 20 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 107 41 244 157 24 212

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 6

OB%

SF

SH

SB-ATT

PO

A

.409 .414 .333 .387 .381 .349 .364 .311 .405 .350 .333 .265 .286 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .366 .406

2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 9

3 1-1 2 0-0 0 0-0 5 24-28 3 4-4 4 4-6 7 3-3 2 1-1 10 7-7 2 1-1 0 0-0 1 0-0 2 3-3 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 41 48-54 26 55-67

77 42 1 35 63 18 201 132 45 241 8 39 27 0 6 3 1 2 941 954

86 103 0 3 111 0 22 5 2 9 0 8 3 0 43 27 0 16 438 378

E FLD%

5 13 0 3 23 0 3 3 4 4 1 3 2 0 2 1 0 0 67 75

.970 .918 1.000 .927 .883 1.000 .987 .979 .922 .984 .889 .940 .938 .000 .961 .968 1.000 1.000 .954 .947

2015 JACKRABBIT PITCHING STATISTICS NO. NAME

6 Cassidy Vlot 12 Katie Lang 15 Ashlyn Bender 20 Bryana Clark 8 Jennifer Sutton SDSU Totals Opponent Totals

ERA

4.92 5.83 5.99 6.08 10.00 6.03 4.66

W-L

APP GS

2-0 2-1 9-14 9-14 1-0 23-29 29-23

8 13 34 30 5 52 52

CG

SHO SV

2 2 0/0 3 2 0/0 25 11 2/0 22 8 3/0 0 0 0/0 52 23 5/0 52 25 7/2

0 0 1 1 0 2 1

IP

21.1 30.0 136.2 118.2 7.0 313.2 318.2

BB

SO

2B

3B

HR

AB

B/AVG

25 18 15 14 41 31 25 20 208 142 117 60 167 125 103 58 10 12 10 5 451 328 270 157 399 277 212 107

H

R

ER

20 20 80 88 4 212 244

9 9 30 33 0 81 80

1 1 3 3 2 10 9

2 2 21 12 4 41 49

88 129 603 513 33 1366 1342

.284 .318 .345 .326 .303 .330 .297

WP

HP BK SFA SHA

7 1 13 0 16 10 9 12 1 1 46 24 36 41

0 0 1 3 0 4 0

1 1 3 4 0 9 6

2 0 14 10 0 26 41

2015 JACKRABBIT FIELDING STATISTICS NO. NAME

12 Katie Lang 2 Lauren Chirnside 9 Mikayla Akers 8 Jennifer Sutton 17 KayCee Miller 6 Cassidy Vlot 13 Jordyn Sturgeon 22 Alyssa D'Agostino 20 Bryana Clark 15 Ashlyn Bender 5 Vanessa Kellems 18 Dana Chavez 1 Christian McKone 4 Jessica Markanich 14 Elyse Eitel 19 Danielle Steffo 10 Devan Larsen 7 Taylor Mays SDSU Totals Opponent Totals

C

PO

A

E

18 18 1 1 226 254 140 168 31 51 50 32 41 51 158 9 197 0 1343 1380

2 18 1 1 201 241 132 77 3 6 39 27 35 45 42 8 63 0 868 911

16 0 0 0 22 9 5 86 27 43 8 3 3 2 103 0 111 0 401 421

0 0 0 0 3 4 3 5 1 2 3 2 3 4 13 1 23 0 74 48

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .987 .984 .979 .970 .968 .961 .940 .938 .927 .922 .918 .889 .883 .000 .945 .965

DP

SBA

CSB

SBA%

PB

CI

1 0 0 0 0 8 3 6 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 8 0 10 17

4 0 0 0 49 1 6 0 20 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 74 46

2 0 0 0 10 0 2 0 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 12

.667 .831 1.000 .750 .870 .811 .822 .793

0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 13

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

2015 INNING-BY-INNING SCORING SUMMARY

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South Dakota State Opponents

1 39 60

2 53 65

3 62 53

4 37 39

5 35 69

6 28 16

7 19 22

8 4 4

TOTAL

277 328 Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


DIVISION I SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

#OnTheRise INDIVIDUAL

TEAM

AT BATS–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 6.....................................................................Krista Honken, at North Dakota, 4/9/12 6 .................................................................Ashley Durazo, at Southern Utah, 3/12/10 6 ...................................................................Devon Reick, at Southern Utah, 3/12/10 6 .........................................................Brittany and Brooke Postma, vs. IPFW, 4/10/09

AT BATS–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 45 ..................................................................................................vs. IPFW, 4/10/09

RUNS SCORED––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4....Devan Larsen, vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15; both games at Dakota Wesleyan, 3/26/15 4 ..............................................................Jessica Markanich, vs. Indiana State, 2/9/14 4................................................................Sammy Bingham, at South Dakota, 4/5/13 4..........................................................................Steph Kuhl, at Upper Iowa, 4/23/05

HITS––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 19 .......................................................................................vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15 19..........................................................................................at Upper Iowa, 4/23/05

HITS––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 5..............................................................Devon Reick, at Northern Colorado, 4/24/11 5 ..........................................................Ashley Durazo, at North Dakota State, 4/24/11 RBI ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 6 ...........................................................................Tina Winter, vs. Centenary, 4/30/10 6.............................................................Steph Kuhl, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 2/12/06 DOUBLES –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3 ..............................................................Jessica Markanich, vs. Indiana State, 2/9/14 TRIPLES–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2................................................................................Ashley Durazo, vs. IPFW, 4/2/11 2 ..................................................................Brittany Postma, vs. Saint Louis, 2/20/09 2 .......................................................Samantha Heinzman, vs. St. Cloud State, 5/3/07 HOME RUNS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3 ..........................................................Ashley Durazo, at North Dakota State, 4/24/11 TOTAL BASES ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 14 ........................................................Ashley Durazo, at North Dakota State, 4/24/11 WALKS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3................................................13 times, last by Elyse Eitel, vs. Indiana State, 2/9/14 HIT BY PITCH ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2 ..............nine times, last three times by Jessica Markanich, last vs. Creighton, 4/15/15 SACRIFICE FLIES ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2 .........................................................Kiley Schwedhelm, vs. Boston College, 2/23/08 SACRIFICE HITS ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3......................................................................Tessie Winterton, vs. Evansville, 3/3/06 STOLEN BASES –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3.....................................................................Kelly Kleppin, vs. North Dakota, 4/3/13 3..............................................................Brooke Postma, vs. Boston College, 2/23/08 3 ..........................................................................Brooke Postma, vs. UMKC, 4/13/07 3 ...................................................................Brittany Postma, vs. Saint Peters, 3/9/07 3.............................................................Tessie Winterton, vs. Northern State, 4/13/05

RUNS SCORED––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 18..........................................................................................at Upper Iowa, 4/23/05

RBI ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 16 .......................................................................................vs. Mount Marty, 4/24/15 DOUBLES –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 5....................................................................six times, last vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 TRIPLES–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3 ..........................................................................................vs. Dakota State, 5/1/07 HOME RUNS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 5 ..................................................both games of the DH at Dakota Wesleyan, 3/26/15 TOTAL BASES ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 37 ......................................................................................vs. Dakota State, 4/29/15 WALKS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 11 ................................................................................vs. Western Michigan, 2/24/13 11........................................................................................vs. North Dakota, 2/9/08 HIT BY PITCH ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4...................................................................................vs. Dakota Wesleyan, 4/23/14 SACRIFICE FLIES ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3............................................................................................at Upper Iowa, 4/23/05 SACRIFICE HITS ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 5 ............................................................................................vs. Weber State, 3/6/11 5 ...............................................................................................vs. Valparaiso, 3/7/06 5 ...............................................................................................vs. Evansville, 3/3/06 5....................................................................vs. Southwest Minnesota State, 3/30/05 STOLEN BASES –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 7.............................................................five times, last vs. Dakota Wesleyan, 4/23/14 INNINGS PITCHED –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 11.0 ........................................................................................vs. Kansas City, 5/3/14 11.0......................................................................................at North Dakota, 4/9/12 11.0 ...............................................................................................vs. IPFW, 4/10/09 STRIKEOUTS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 13....................................................................................vs. Western Illinois, 4/29/11 13 ...........................................................................................vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/4/06

INNINGS PITCHED –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 11.0 .................................................................Ashlyn Bender, vs. Kansas City, 5/3/14

BATTERS FACED ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 50.........................................................................................at North Dakota, 4/9/12

STRIKEOUTS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 13.................................................................Kori Seidlitz, vs. Western Illinois, 4/29/11

CAUGHT STEALING BY –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3........................................................................................at Northern Iowa, 2/10/08

BATTERS FACED ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 45 ....................................................................Ashlyn Bender, vs. Kansas City, 5/3/14 45 .................................................................Ashlyn Bender, vs. Indiana State, 2/9/14 CAUGHT STEALING BY –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3......................................Dani Broshar and Jenna Marston, at Northern Iowa, 2/10/08

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JACKRABBIT COACHING RECORDS SDSU COACHES BY VICTORIES COACH

YEARS

RECORD

PCT.

Shane Bouman Shelly Bayer Beth Kirchner Deb Allyn Joanna Lane Janet Stumps Tracie DeRochie Norma Boetel Kim Aggabao Sr. Janice Iverson Krista Wood Lynn Crane Sue Yeager Alex Hupp Jenny Johnson Ruth Marske Sandy Walker

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

142-194 112-152 78-101-1 60-95 59-141 48-56 43-22 36-15 29-57-1 28-33 23-29 22-16 13-22 11-36 9-3 8-2 1-2

.423 .424 .436 .406 .295 .462 .662 .706 .339 .459 .442 .579 .371 .234 .750 .800 .333

TOTAL

44

722-976-2

.425

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YEAR

WON

LOST

TIE

PCT.

COACH

YEAR

WON

LOST

TIE

PCT.

COACH

1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

1 8 5 9 8 12 11 8 8 14 5 12 16 5 13 10 19 13 12 18 18 17 19

2 2 2 3 3 4 6 9 6 10 13 12 21 16 18 17 20 24 17 18 21 17 21

1 -

.333 .800 .714 .750 .727 .750 .647 .471 .571 .583 .278 .500 .432 .238 .419 .370 .487 .351 .414 .500 .462 .500 .475

Sandy Walker Ruth Marske Norma Boetel Jenny Johnson Norma Boetel Norma Boetel Norma Boetel Sue Yeager Lynn Crane Lynn Crane Sue Yeager Sr. Janice Iverson Sr. Janice Iverson Deb Allyn Deb Allyn Deb Allyn Deb Allyn Deb Allyn Janet Stumps Janet Stumps Janet Stumps Beth Kirchner Beth Kirchner

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

16 26 43 31 26 13 16 26 22 26 23 30 24 17 17 10 19 13 13 16 11 23

40 23 22 19 30 39 34 30 29 32 36 29 36 32 27 41 32 41 27 30 36 29

1 -

.286 .531 .662 .620 .464 .250 .320 .464 .431 .448 .390 .508 .400 .347 .386 .196 .373 .241 .317 .348 .234 .442

Beth Kirchner Beth Kirchner Tracie DeRochie Shelly Bayer Shelly Bayer Shelly Bayer Shelly Bayer Shelly Bayer Shane Bouman Shane Bouman Shane Bouman Shane Bouman Shane Bouman Shane Bouman Joanna Lane Joanna Lane Joanna Lane Joanna Lane Kim Aggabao Kim Aggabao Alex Hupp Krista Wood

TOTALS

722

976

2

.425

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TEAM SINGLE-SEASON FIELDING RECORDS HIGHEST FIELDING PCT.

MOST CHANCES

MOST PUTOUTS

MOST ASSISTS

MOST ERRORS

DPS TURNED

CAUGHT STEALING BY

FEWEST SB AGAINST

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 1,965...........1996 2. 1,907...........2004 3. 1,879...........2006 4. 1,849...........1994 5. 1,793...........2005

1. 1,390...........2009 2. 1,270...........1996 3. 1,181...........2004 4. 1,167...........2006 5. 1,153.....2005, 03

1. 662..............1994 2. 624..............2006 3. 592..............2004 4. 587..............1996 5. 567..............2009

1. 134..............2004 2. 111..............1998 3. 108..............1996 4. 105..............1999 5. 102..............1988

1. 22................2006 2. 17................2015 ....................2011 4. 14................2008 5. 12....2010, 07, 05

1. 29................2006 2. 18................2011 3. 17................2013 4. 16......2007, 2014 6. 14................2005

1. 38................2003 2. 42................2007 3. 44................2006 4. 46................2002 5. 48................2000

.961............1994 .960............2011 .959............2010 .956............2007 .955............2013

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON FIELDING RECORDS FIELDING PCT. (P-A-E) (MIN. 50 CHANCES)

CHANCES

PUTOUTS

ASSISTS

1. Beth Friedrich (80-13-0) - 1991 ............1.000 Devon Reick (77-4-0) - 2011................1.000 Sam Heinzman (60-3-0) - 2006............1.000 Vicki Wieseler (56-6-0) - 1979 ..............1.000 5. Kiley Schwedhelm (360-14-2) - 2007... .995 6. Jessy Lilly (113-15-1) - 1997 ............... .992 7. Melissa Peter (11-115-1) - 1994 .......... .992 8. Carol Rankin (123-2-1) - 1979 ............ .992 9. Amy Wittgenstein (100-18-1) - 2003 .... .992 10. Jen Lewis (106-6-1) - 1997 ............... .991

1. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2006 ........................ 491 2. Ali Adair - 2004 .......................................488 3. Jen Lewis - 1998 ......................................466 4. Lindsay Distel - 2003 ...............................456 5. Amee Hanson - 1994................................455 6. Allison Huffman - 2011.............................390 7. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2007 ........................ 376 8. Jen Lewis - 1999 ......................................372 9. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005 ........................ 371 10. Stacey Evans - 2009...............................361

1. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2006 ........................ 456 Ali Adair - 2004 .......................................456 3. Jen Lewis - 1998 ......................................426 4. Amee Hanson - 1994................................415 5. Lindsay Distel - 2003 ...............................405 6. Allison Huffman - 2011.............................370 7. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2007 ........................ 360 8. Stacey Evans - 2009.................................341 9. Jen Lewis - 1999 ......................................325 10. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005 ...................... 324

1. Shelly Brandel - 1998...............................150 2. Steph Kuhl - 2004....................................137 3. Mandi Geis - 2003 ...................................134 4. Angie Friberg - 1994 ................................130 5. Donna Hansen - 1996 ..............................129 6. Chris Pesqueira - 2006 .............................128 7. Ashley Durazo - 2008 ...............................125 8. Teresa Rowe - 1987 ..................................123 Sherri Brende - 2002................................123 10. Ashley Durazo - 2009 .............................122

INDIVIDUAL CAREER FIELDING RECORDS FIELDING PCT. (MIN. 300 CHANCES)

1. Alex Landon - 2012-13........................ 2. Allison Huffman - 2011-14................... 3. Beth Friedrich - 1991-93* .................... 4. Lindsay Distel - 2001-03* .................... 5. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005-08................ 6. Amy Wittgenstein - 2003-06................. 7. Melissa Peter - 1994-97** .................... 8. Jen Lewis - 1996-99** ......................... 9. Sammy Bingham - 2011-14................. 10. Holly Altermatt - 2001-04 .................. * Friedrich = .9854 –– Distel = .9848 ** Peter .97838 –– Lewis = .97831

.987 .986 .985 .985 .984 .981 .978 .978 .977 .975

CHANCES

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1. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005-08.................1,509 2. Jen Lewis - 1996-99 .............................1,245 3. Lindsay Distel - 2001-03 .......................1,125 4. Ali Adair - 2003-05 ..................................951 5. Angie Friberg - 1994-97 ...........................917 6. Dani Broshar - 2007-10 ...........................903 7. Sammy Bingham - 2011-14 .....................857 8. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98 .........................814 9. Allison Huffman - 2011-14 .......................811 10. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07 ............................798

PUTOUTS

MOST RUNNERS PICKED OFF

1. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005-08 ................1,379 2. Jen Lewis - 1996-99 .............................1,134 3. Lindsay Distel - 2001-03 .......................1,021 4. Dani Broshar - 2007-10 ...........................787 5. Allison Huffman - 2011-14. ......................766 6. Sammy Bingham - 2011-14 .....................734 7. Ali Adair - 2003-05 ..................................728 8. Amy Wittgenstein - 2003-06 .....................630 9. Jennifer Crawford - 1994-97 .....................604 10. Dana Fay - 1989-91...............................536

1. Sammy Bingham - 2011-14 .........................7 2. Dani Broshar - 2007-10 ...............................4 3. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07 ..................................3 4. Amy Wittgenstein - 2003-06 .........................2 5. Holly Altermatt - 2001-04 ............................1

ASSISTS

1. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11..........................460 2. Angie Friberg - 1994-97 ...........................381 3. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98 .........................371 4. Donna Hansen - 1994-97.........................323 5. Lisa Cox - 1987-90 ..................................316 6. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07 ..............................296 Teresa Rowe - 1985-88 ...........................296 8. Jessica Jones - 1990-93 ............................286 9. Elyse Eitel - 2012-15 ...............................282 10. Marlee Petersen - 2010-13 .....................280

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TEAM SINGLE-SEASON BATTING RECORDS

#OnTheRise BATTING AVGERAGE

GAMES PLAYED

DOUBLES

TOTAL BASES

SACRIFICE FLIES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 65.........................................1996 2. 60.........................................2006 3. 59.........................................2005 ................................................2004 5. 58.........................................2003

1. 80.........................................2015 2. 71.........................................2004 3. 62.........................................2001 ................................................1996 ................................................2003

1. 663.......................................1996 2. 644.......................................2015 3. 589.......................................2003 4. 534.......................................2001 5. 522.......................................2004

1. 14.........................................1993 ...............................................1991 3. 11.........................................2008 4. 9.......................1994, 1995, 2004 7. 8.................................2006, 1996

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

AT BATS

TRIPLES

MOST WALKS

SACRIFICE HITS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 1,805....................................1996 2. 1,526....................................2003 3. 1,510....................................2004 4. 1,507....................................1994 5. 1,486....................................1998

1. 24.........................................1985 2. 18...............................1997, 1984 4. 16.........................................1987 5. 14...............................1990, 2008

1. 162.......................................2004 2. 160.......................................2005 3. 158.......................................1995 4. 150.......................................2003 5. 149.......................................1996

1. 91.........................................2006 2. 90.........................................2003 3. 77.........................................1997 4. 72.........................................2005 5. 71.........................................2004

.380 (134-353)....................1975 .360 (123-342)....................1974 .327 (73-223)......................1973 .321 (154-480)....................1977 .312 (404-1294)..................1995

.541 (342 AB)......................1974 .529 (223 AB)......................1973 .499 (353 AB)......................1975 .480 (1342 AB)....................2015 .392 (822 AB)......................1985

HOME RUNS ON BASE PERCENTAGE

RUNS SCORED

STOLEN BASES

1. 324.......................................1996 2. 285.......................................1995 3. 277.......................................2015 4. 239.......................................2003 5. 238.......................................1994

1. 49.........................................2015 2. 34.........................................2003 3. 23...............................2002, 2010 .......................................2011, 2013 7. 22.........................................2014 8. 20.........................................2004

TIMES HIT BY PITCH

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 41.........................................2015 2. 29.........................................2003 3. 26.........................................2006 4. 25.........................................2005 5. 23.........................................2011

1. 99 (99-121)..........................2007 2. 82 (82-104)..........................2006 3. 76 (76-76)............................1985 4. 66 (66-82)............................2004 5. 64 (64-68)............................1994

STOLEN BASES

HITS

RUNS BATTED IN

TIMES STRUCK OUT

STOLEN BASE PCT (MIN. 40 ATT.)

1. 99 (99-of-121) .....................2007 2. 82 (82-of-104) .....................2006 3. 76 (76-of-76) .......................1985 4. 66 (66-of-82) .......................2004 5. 64 (64-of-68) .......................1994

1. 524.......................................1996 2. 428.......................................2001 3. 415.......................................1994 4. 413.......................................2003 5. 404.......................................1995

1. 248.......................................2015 ................................................1995 3. 239.......................................1996 4. 215.......................................2003 5. 190.......................................2004

1. 331.......................................2011 2. 327.......................................2006 3. 318.......................................2009 4. 304.......................................2010 5. 282.......................................2004

1. 1.000 (76-76).......................1985 1.000 (50-50) ......................1990 1.000 (45-45) ......................1981 1.000 (41-41) ......................1987

.473 (353 AB)......................1975 .454 (342 AB)......................1974 .438 (480 AB)......................1977 .408 (223 AB)......................1973 .391 (1294 AB)....................1995

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON BATTING RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE (MIN 75 AB)

1. Donna Hansen (53-115)-1995 .............. 2. Megan Johnson (77-191)-2001 ............. 3. Shari Moore (38-97)-1985 .................... 4. Angie Friberg (62-160)-1995 ................ 5. Brenda Frisvold (32-83)-1985 ............... 6. Julie Sudbeck (44-115)-1993 ................ 7. Jessica Jones (43-114)-1993 ................. 8. Alyssa D’Agostino (57-152) ................... 9. Ashley Durazo (64-171)-2010 ............... 10. Mandi Geis (63-172)-2003 .................

.461 .403 .394 .388 .386 .383 .377 .375 .374 .366

SACRIFICE HITS

HITS

TOTAL BASES

1. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2006 ............................20 2. Ashley Kalina - 2002 ...................................18 3. Emily Weber - 2012.....................................17 Ali Adair - 2003..........................................17 5. Tessie Winterton - 2006................................16 6. Angie Friberg - 1997 ...................................14 Amy Wittgenstein - 2004 .............................14 8. Bobbie Jo Mitchell - 2003 ............................13 9. Nine tied at .................................................12

1. Megan Johnson - 2001 ................................77 2. Donna Hansen - 1996 .................................74 3. Ashley Durazo - 2010 ..................................64 4. Mandi Geis - 2003 ......................................63 5. Ashley Kalina - 2003 ...................................62 Angie Friberg - 1995...................................62 7. Angie Friberg - 1996 ...................................60 Shelly Brandel - 1998 .................................60 Mandi Geis - 2002......................................60 10. Jen Lewis - 1999.......................................59 Ashley Kalina - 2005..................................59

1. Devan Larsen - 2015.................................105 2. Alyssa D'Agostino - 2015...........................103 Ashley Kalina - 2005.................................103 4. Mandi Geis - 2002 ......................................97 5. Donna Hansen - 1996 .................................94 Shelly Brandel - 1998 .................................94 7. Angie Friberg - 1995 ...................................91 Mandi Geis - 2003......................................91 9. Elyse Eitel - 2015........................................90 Steph Kuhl - 2006 ......................................90

GAMES STARTED SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MIN 75 AB)

1. Devan Larsen (152 AB) - 2015.............. 2. Alyssa D'Agostino (152 AB) - 2015........ 3. Donna Hansen (115 AB) - 1995 ............ 4. Elyse Eitel (155 AB) - 2015................... 5. Mandi Geis (170 AB) - 2002 ................. 6. Angie Friberg (160 AB) - 1995 .............. 7. Steph Kuhl (159 AB) - 2006.................. 8. Krista Honken (88 AB) - 2010 ............... 9. Donna Hansen (153 AB) - 1997 ............ 10. Ashley Kalina (190 AB) - 2005 ............

.691 .678 .652 .581 .571 .569 .566 .557 .549 .542

ON BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN 75 AB)

1. Donna Hansen (115 AB) - 1995 ............ .496 2. Shari Moore (97 AB) - 1985.................. .473 3. Brenda Frisvold (83 AB) - 1985 ............. .452 4. Alex Landon (126 AB) - 2013 ............... .451 5. Megan Johnson (191 AB) - 2001 ........... .433 6. Angie Friberg (160 AB) - 1995 .............. .430 7. Krista Honken (88 AB) - 2010 .............. .430 8. Sammy Bingham (125 AB) - 2013...........2013 9. Mandi Geis (172 AB) - 2003 ................. .423 10. Cindy Kruse (108 AB) - 1992 .............. .419 GAMES PLAYED

1. Donna Hansen - 1996 .................................65 2. Jennifer Crawford - 1996 .............................63 3. Jill Schumacher - 1996 ................................62 4. Melissa Peter - 1996....................................61 5. Tessie Winterton - 2006................................60 Steph Kuhl - 2006 .......................................60 SACRIFICE FLIES

1. Melissa Peter - 1995......................................5 2. Julie Sudbeck - 1993 .....................................4 3. Ten tied at (Steph Kuhl did it twice).................3

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1. Donna Hansen - 1996 .................................64 2. Jennifer Crawford - 1996 .............................61 3. Melissa Peter - 1996....................................60 Steph Kuhl - 2006 ......................................60 5. Five tied at ..................................................59 STOLEN BASES

1. Brooke Postma (27-28) - 2007....................27 2. Brittany Postma (25-29) - 2007 ..................25 Megan Johnson (25-32) - 2001...................25 4. Christian McKone (24-28) - 2015 ................24 5. Tessie Winterton (21-25) - 2006 ...................21 6. Sam Heinzman (19-20) - 2008....................19 Bobbie Jo Mitchell (19-19) - 2004...............19 8. Pam Nicholson (18-21) - 2011 ....................18 9. Brooke Postma (17-20) - 2008....................17 Donna Hansen (17-20) - 1996....................17 AT BATS

1. Donna Hansen - 1996 ...............................207 2. Jill Schumacher - 1996 ..............................191 Megan Johnson - 2001..............................191 Ashley Kalina - 2003.................................191 5. Ashley Kalina - 2004 .................................190 Ashley Kalina - 2005.................................190 7. Melissa Peter - 1996..................................188 8. Angie Friberg - 1994 .................................183 9. Shelly Brandel - 1998 ...............................180 10. Ali Adair - 2004 ......................................178

WALKS HOME RUNS

1. Devan Larsen - 2015...................................16 2. Alyssa D'Agostino - 2015.............................11 3. Steph Kuhl - 2006.......................................10 4. Ashley Kalina - 2005 .....................................8 5. Devan Larsen ................................................7 Shelly Brandel - 1996 ...................................7 Mandi Geis - 2002........................................7 Ashley Kalina - 2003.....................................7 9. Sammy Bingham - 2013 ...............................6 Marlee Petersen - 2013.................................6 Dani Broshar - 2010 .....................................6 Shelly Brandel - 1998 ...................................6 TRIPLES

1. Shari Moore - 1985...................................... 6 Stacey Warner - 1997 .................................. 6 3. Four tied at .................................................. 5 6. 11 tied at......................................................4

1. Lindsay Distel - 2003 ..................................29 2. Sammy Bingham - 2013 .............................27 3. Bobbie Jo Mitchell - 2004 ............................25 5. Nikki Darwitz - 1998 ...................................24 5. Amy Wittgenstein - 2004 .............................22 Ali Adair - 2005..........................................22 Ashley Kalina - 2005...................................22 Lindsay Reiter - 2005 .................................22 Jill Hlavacek - 2003 ....................................22 Dani Broshar - 2010 ...................................22 HIT BY PITCH

1. Jessica Markanich - 2015.............................13 2. Dana Fay - 1991 ...........................................9 Lindsay Reiter - 2004 ...................................9 4. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2006 ..............................7 Mandi Geis - 2003........................................7 6. Elyse Eitel - 2015..........................................6 Jill Hlavacek - 2003 ......................................6 6. Eight players tied at.......................................5

DOUBLES

1. Elyse Eitel - 2015 .......................................19 2. Angie Friberg - 1995 ...................................17 3. Lindsay Reiter - 2004..................................14 Jill Schumacher - 1996................................14 5. Dani Broshar - 2010 ...................................13 Tania Voltin - 1994 ......................................13 7. Seven tied at ...............................................12

RUNS SCORED

RUNS BATTED IN

1. Donna Hansen - 1996 .................................45 2. Devan Larsen - 2015...................................43 3. Ashley Kalina - 2005 ...................................42 4. Christian McKone - 2015 .............................39 Angie Friberg - 1995 & 1996 ......................39 Stacey Warner - 1995..................................39 8. Ashley Kalina - 2003 ...................................37 9. Mandi Geis - 2002 ......................................35 Donna Hansen - 1997.................................35

1. Alyssa D'Agostino - 2015.............................50 2. Devan Larsen - 2015...................................40 3. Steph Kuhl - 2006.......................................38 4. Elyse Eitel - 2015........................................36 5. Steph Kuhl - 2004.......................................35 Ashley Kalina - 2004...................................35 7. Mandi Geis - 2002 ......................................34 Melissa Peter - 1996 ...................................34 Ashley Kalina - 2005...................................34

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER BATTING RECORDS BATTING AVERAGE (MINIMUM 150 AB)

1. Kris Nelson (62-159) - 1973,75-77 ....... 2. Donna Hansen (182-478) - 1994-97 ..... 3. Mandi Geis (123-342) - 2002-03 .......... 4. Brenda Frisvold (59-168) - 1985-86 ...... 5. Megan Johnson (232-665) - 1998-01 .... 6. Ashley Durazo (214-624) - 2008-11 ...... 7. Julie Sudbeck (140-423) - 1990-93 ....... 8. Shelly Brandel (202-616) - 1995-98...... 9. Christian McKone 55-169 (2015-pres.)... 10. Devon Reick (190-588) - 2010-13.......

.390 .381 .360 .351 .349 .343 .331 .328 .325 .323

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 150 AB)

1. Kris Nelson (159 AB) - 1973,75-77 ....... 2. Devan Larsen (300 AB) - 2013-pres....... 3. Mandi Geis (342 AB) - 2002-03 ............ 4. Alyssa D'Agostino (252 AB) - 2014-15 ... 5. Donna Hansen (478 AB) - 1994-97 ....... 6. Shelly Brandel (616 AB) - 1995-98........ 7. Brenda Frisvold (168 AB) - 1985-86 ...... 8. Julie Sudbeck (423 AB) - 1990-93 ......... 9. Elyse Eitel (447 AB) - 2012-15.............. 10. Steph Kuhl (623 AB) - 2004-07...........

GAMES STARTED

WALKS

1. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ............................226 2. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07................................220 3. Megan Johnson - 1998-01 .........................213 4. Stacey Warner - 1995-98 ...........................211 5. Angie Friberg - 1994-97.............................206 6. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005-08 .....................205 7. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 ...........................200 Jill Schumacher - 1994-97.........................200 Tania Voltin - 1994-97 ...............................200 10. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98.........................199

1. Stacey Warner - 1995-98 .............................71 2. Lindsay Distel - 2001-03 .............................68 3. Stacey Evans - 2005-06, 08-09 ...................65 4. Ali Adair - 2003-05 .....................................60 5. Bobbie Jo Mitchell - 2002-05 .......................59 6. Shelly Bayer - 1991-94................................56 Dani Broshar - 2007-10 ..............................56 8. Devon Reick - 2010-13................................52 Samantha Heinzman - 2006-08 ...................52 Steph Kuhl - 2004-07 .................................52 Ashley Kalina - 2002-05..............................52 Tania Voltin - 1994-97 .................................52

AT BATS

.566 .553 .550 .536 .531 .495 .494 .487 .485 .470

ON BASE PCT. (MINIMUM 150 AB)

1. Donna Hansen (478 AB) - 1994-97 ....... 2. Kris Nelson (159 AB) - 1973,75-77 ....... 3. Alex Landon (235 AB) - 2012-13........... 4. Brenda Frisvold (168 AB) - 1985-86 ...... 5. Mandi Geis (342 AB) - 2002-03 ............ 6. Shari Moore (173 AB) - 1985-86 ........... 7. Christian McKone (169 AB) - 2015-pres . 8. Megan Johnson (665 AB) - 1998-01 ...... 9. Ashley Durazo (624 AB) - 2008-11 ........ 10. Devon Reick (588 AB) - 2010-13..........

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1. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ............................723 2. Angie Friberg - 1994-97.............................672 3. Megan Johnson - 1998-01 .........................665 4. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 ...........................624 5. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07................................623 6. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98...........................616 7. Stacey Warner - 1995-98 ...........................603 8. Tania Voltin - 1994-97 ................................602 9. Jill Schumacher - 1994-97 .........................591 10. Devon Reick - 2010-13............................588

TIMES HIT BY PITCH

1. Jessica Markanich - 2012-15 ........................20 2. Lindsay Reiter - 2004-05 .............................13 3. Elyse Eitel - 2012-15...................................10 Sammy Bingham - 2011-14 ........................10 Ali Adair - 2003-05 .....................................10 Jill Hlavacek - 2002-03................................10 Dana Fay - 1989-91....................................10 8. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005-08 .........................9 9. Marlee Petersen - 2010-13.............................8 10. Five players tied at ......................................7

RUNS SCORED

.429 .422 .418 .411 .407 .391 .387 .384 .382 381

1. Angie Friberg - 1994-97.............................135 2. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ............................127 3. Stacey Warner - 1995-98 ...........................121 4. Donna Hansen - 1994-97 ..........................112 5. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98...........................100 6. Tania Voltin - 1994-97 ..................................97 7. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 .............................90 8. Megan Johnson - 1998-01 ...........................86 9. Devon Reick - 2010-13................................85 10. Ali Adair - 2003-05 ...................................84

STOLEN BASES

HITS

1. Brooke Postma (65-70) - 2006-09.............. 65 2. Brittany Postma (59-74) - 2006-09 ........... 59 3. Ashley Kalina (47-59) - 2002-05 .................47 4. Samantha Heinzman (46-58) - 2006-08.......46 5. Megan Johnson (44-58) - 1998-01 ..............44 6. Tessie Winterton (36-41) - 2005-06 ..............36 7. Pam Nicholson (35-42) - 2009-12 ...............35 8. Sammy Bingham (30-37) - 2011-14............30 Donna Hansen (30-35) - 1994-97 ...............30 10. Bobbie Jo Mitchell (28-32) - 2002-05 ........28

1. Megan Johnson - 1998-01 .........................232 2. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 ...........................214 Angie Friberg - 1994-97 ............................214 4. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ............................211 5. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98...........................202 6. Tania Voltin - 1994-97 ................................190 Devon Reick - 2010-13 .............................190 8. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07................................182 Donna Hansen - 1994-97..........................182 10. Jill Schumacher - 1994-97 .......................173

GAMES PLAYED

DOUBLES

1. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ............................227 2. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07................................224 3. Stacey Warner - 1995-98 ...........................214 4. Megan Johnson - 1998-01 .........................213 5. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005-08 .....................208 Angie Friberg - 1994-97 ............................208 7. Jill Schumacher - 1994-97 .........................205 8. Tania Voltin - 1994-97 ................................201 9. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 ...........................200 Shelly Brandel - 1995-98 ..........................200

1. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98.............................36 2. Elyse Eitel - 2012-15...................................35 3. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07..................................34 4. Dani Broshar - 2007-10...............................33 Tania Voltin - 1994-97.................................33 6. Donna Hansen - 1994-97 ............................32 7. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 .............................30 Stacey Warner - 1995-98.............................30 Angie Friberg - 1994-97 ..............................30 10. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ............................27 Jill Schumacher - 1994-97.........................27

SACRIFICE FLIES

ASHLEY DURAZO started all 200 games the Jackrabbits played from 2008-11 TRIPLES

1. Julie Sudbeck - 1990-93 ..............................14 2. Linda Sterup - 1981-84 ...............................12 3. Brittany Postma - 2006-09...........................11 Stacey Warner - 1995-98.............................11 5. Jill Schumacher - 1994-97 .............................9 Kris Nelson - 1973,75-77 ..............................9 7. Sammy Bingham - 2011-14...........................8 Ashley Durazo - 2008-11...............................8 Megan Johnson - 1998-01.............................8 Donna Hansen - 1994-97..............................8 Jean Holzkamp - 1971-74 .............................8 HOME RUNS

1. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07..................................25 2. Devan Larsen - 2013-pres............................23 3. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ..............................20 4. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98.............................19 5. Elyse Eitel - 2012-15...................................15 6. Alyssa D'Agostino - 2014-15 ........................12 Dani Broshar - 2007-10 ..............................12 Mandi Geis - 2002-03 .................................12 9 Marlee Petersen - 2010-13 ...........................11 10. Bobbie Jo Mitchell - 2002-05 .....................10 Tania Voltin - 1994-97 ...............................10

1. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07....................................8 Julie Sudbeck - 1990-93................................8 3. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005-08 .........................7 4. Lindsay Distel - 2001-03 ...............................6 Tania Voltin - 1994-97....................................6 Melissa Peter - 1994-97 ................................6 7. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 ...............................5 Shelly Brandel - 1995-98 ..............................5 9. Seven players tied at ......................................4 SACRIFICE HITS

1. Kiley Schwedhelm - 2005-08 .......................36 Megan Johnson - 1998-01...........................36 3. Ali Adair - 2003-05 .....................................34 4. Amy Wittgenstein - 2003-06.........................33 Angie Friberg - 1994-97 ..............................33 6. Emily Weber - 2011-14................................31 Stacey Warner - 1995-98.............................31 8. Kelly Kleppin - 2011-14...............................30 Ashley Kalina - 2002-05..............................30 10. Nikki Darwitz - 1998-01 ............................29

RUNS BATTED IN

1. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07................................131 2. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98...........................121 3. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ............................111 4. Donna Hansen - 1994-97 ............................96 5. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 .............................94 6. Elyse Eitel - 2012-15...................................89 7. Melissa Peter - 1994-97...............................84 8. Jill Schumacher - 1994-97 ...........................83 Angie Friberg - 1994-97 ..............................83 10. Lindsay Distel - 2001-03 ...........................78 TOTAL BASES

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The Jacks starting outfield in both 2006 and 2007 (pictured left to right) BROOKE POSTMA, SAMANTHA HEINZMAN and BRITTANY POSTMA all rank in the top-four in career stolen bases at SDSU

1. Ashley Kalina - 2002-05 ............................312 2. Shelly Brandel - 1995-98...........................305 3. Steph Kuhl - 2004-07................................293 4. Ashley Durazo - 2008-11 ...........................287 5. Angie Friberg - 1994-97.............................273 6. Tania Voltin - 1994-97 ................................263 7. Megan Johnson - 1998-01 .........................261 8. Donna Hansen - 1994-97 ..........................254 9. Jill Schumacher - 1994-97 .........................233 10. Stacey Warner - 1995-98 .........................221

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TEAM SINGLE-SEASON PITCHING RECORDS

#OnTheRise LOWEST ERA

STRIKEOUTS PER GAME AVG.

MOST LOSSES

MOST COMPLETE GAMES

MOST INNINGS PITCHED

RUNS ALLOWED

MOST WALKS ISSUED

1. 1.94 (333.2 IP).....1997 2. 2.05 (233.0 IP).....1990 3. 2.49 (423.1 IP).....1996 4. 2.59 (236.1 IP).....1992 5. 2.61 (148.0 IP).....1984

1. 6.48 (359.2 IP).....2001 2. 6.23 (328.1 IP).....2000 3. 5.96 (325.1 IP).....2010 4. 5.26 (266.0 IP).....1993 5. 5.21 (236.1 IP).....1992

1. 54 ........................1994 2. 46 ........................1996 3. 38 ........................2009 ................................2003 5. 36 ....................... 2008 ................................1987

1. 423.1 ...................1996 2. 393.2 ...................2004 3. 389.0 ...................2006 4. 384.1 ...................2003 5. 383.1 ...................2005

1. 328 ......................2015 2. 324 ......................2014 3. 317 ......................2009 4. 315 ......................2011 5. 295 ......................1999

1. 250 ......................2011 2. 166 ......................2014 3. 165 ......................2013 4. 163 ......................2012 5. 158 ......................1995

HIGHEST ERA

MOST WINS

1. 41 (13-41) ...........2011 41 (10-41)...........2009 3. 40 (16-40) ...........1994 4. 39 (13-39) ...........1999 5. 36 (11-36) ...........2014 36 (23-36)...........2004 36 (24-36) ...........2006

MOST HITS ALLOWED

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED

MOST STRIKEOUTS

1. 6.17 (289.1 IP).....2014 2. 6.03 (313.2 IP......2015 3. 5.29 (342.2 IP).....2011 4. 5.14 (310.2 IP).....2009 5. 4.93 (325.1 IP).....2010

1. 43 ........................1996 2. 31 ........................1997 3. 30 ........................2005 4. 26 ........................2003 ..................2001, 1998

1. 479 ......................2004 2. 462 ......................2009 3. 451 ......................2015 ................................2005 5. 440 ......................2006

1. 270 ......................2015 2. 259 ......................2011 3. 255 ......................2014 4. 229 ......................2010 5. 228 ......................2009

1. 333 ......................2001 2. 292 ......................2000 3. 255 ......................2010 4. 245 ......................2005 5. 240 ......................2002

MOST SHUTOUTS MOST SAVES

1. 3 ......2005, 1996, 1987

1. 14 ........................1997 2. 9 ..........................2001 3. 8 ..........................2006 4. 7 ................2003, 2007

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON PITCHING RECORDS EARNED RUN AVG. (MINIMUM 30 IP)

APPEARANCES

SHUTOUTS

1. Allison Sempsis (174.2) - 2001 ................1.04 2. Jaime Dorfner (120.2) - 1997...................1.04 3. Melissa Peter (159.2) - 1997....................1.27 4. Jessica Jones (102.0) - 1990.....................1.44 5. Jessica Jones (171.0) - 1991.....................1.56 6. Lisa Cox (111.0) - 1990...........................1.64 7. Melissa Peter (210.0) - 1996....................1.67 8. Jessica Jones (147.1) - 1992.....................1.71 9. Tammy Rademacher (98.0) - 1981............1.79 10. Tammy Rademacher (138.0) - 1982........1.98

1. Kim Westendorf - 2005................................51 2. Jordan Bottorff - 2004.................................46 Jaime Dorfner - 1998..................................46 4. Allison Sempsis - 2000................................43 Melissa Alleven - 2002................................43 6. Pam Nicholson - 2011.................................42 7. Kim Westendorf - 2006................................40 Cara Weisbrod - 1999 .................................40 Jackie Sorensen - 2003 ...............................40 10. Jenna Marston - 2007, 2008 .................... 39 Kori Seidlitz - 2010 ...................................39

1. Jaime Dorfner - 1997 ....................................7 2. Allison Sempsis - 2001..................................6 3. Melissa Peter - 1997 .....................................5 Allison Sempsis - 2000 .................................5 5. Pam Nicholson - 2011...................................4 Jenna Marston - 2007.................................. 4 Meggan Staton - 2003..................................4 8. Bryana Clark - 2015 .....................................3 Jenna Marston - 2009...................................3 Kim Westendorf - 2005 .................................3 Jaime Dorfner - 1998....................................3 Melissa Peter - 1996.....................................3

OPP BATTING AVG. (MINIMUM 30 IP)

1. Melissa Peter (159.2) - 1997................. 2. Tammy Rademacher (108.2) - 1983....... 3. Melissa Peter (56.0) - 1995................... 4. Kellie Peterson (69.1) - 1996 ................ 5. Joleen Larson (133.2) - 1988................ 6. Melissa Peter (210.0) - 1996................. 7. Allison Sempsis (174.2) - 2001 ............. 8. Jaime Dorfner (120.2) - 1997 ............... 9. Kiley Schwedhelm (81.2) - 2005 ........... 10. Melissa Peter (172.0) - 1994...............

.183 .184 .188 .197 .213 .214 .214 .215 .226 .240

GAMES STARTED

1. Jordan Bottorff - 2004.................................39 2. Allison Sempsis - 2000................................37 3. Jenna Marston - 2008 .................................36 Kim Westendorf - 2005 ...............................36 5. Kori Seidlitz - 2010 .....................................34 6. Melissa Alleven - 2002 ................................32 Melissa Peter - 1996...................................32 8. Kim Westendorf - 2006................................31 9. Jaime Dorfner - 1998 ..................................30 Jackie Sorensen - 2003 ...............................30

FEWEST WALKS ALLOWED PER 7 IP (MIN. 30 IP)

1. Jaime Dorfner (144.0P) - 1996.................1.02 2. Jessica Jones (102.0) - 1990.....................1.03 3. Lisa Cox (111.0) - 1990...........................1.07 4. Annette Dray (112.0) - 1985....................1.12 5. Jessica Jones (147.1) - 1992.....................1.14 6. Kiley Schwedhelm (81.2) - 2005 ..............1.20 7. Lisa Cox (170.1) - 1989...........................1.23 8. Annette Dray (100.0) - 1986....................1.26 9. Jackie Sorensen (211.2) - 2003 ................1.32 10. Jaime Dorfner (120.2) - 1997.................1.33

INNINGS PITCHED

1. Allison Sempsis - 2000...........................246.1 2. Jaime Dorfner - 1998 .............................236.2 3. Melissa Alleven - 2002 ...........................228.1 4. Jenna Marston - 2008 ............................227.2 5. Jordan Bottorff - 2004............................215.1 6. Jackie Sorensen - 2003...........................211.2 7. Melissa Peter - 1996 ..............................210.0 8. Kim Westendorf - 2005...........................207.2 9. Jenna Marston - 2007 ............................201.0 10. Kim Westendorf - 2006.........................199.2

COMPLETE GAMES

JESSICA JONES owns three of the 10 spots in the single-season ERA top-10 STRIKEOUTS PER 7 IP (MINIMUM 30 IP)

1. Allison Sempsis (174.2 IP) - 2001 ............8.90 2. Melissa Peter (159.2 IP) - 1997................7.45 3. Allison Sempsis (246.1 IP) - 2000 ............7.25 4. Melissa Peter (56.0 IP) - 1995..................6.38 5. Kori Seidlitz (100.2 IP) - 2012..................6.26 6. Kim Westendorf (207.2 IP) - 2005 ............6.03 7. Pam Nicholson (131.2 IP) - 2010 .............5.90 8. Melissa Alleven (228.1 IP) - 2002.............5.55 9. Kori Seidlitz (175.2 IP) - 2013 .................5.50 10. Jessica Jones (159.1) - 1993...................5.40

1. Jenna Marston - 2008 .................................31 2. Allison Sempsis - 2000................................29 3. Melissa Peter - 1994, 1996 .........................26 5. Lisa Cox - 1989 ..........................................24 Melissa Alleven - 2002................................24 Kelly Ullrick - 1994.....................................24 Jackie Sorensen - 2003 ...............................24 9. Jaime Dorfner - 1998 ..................................23 10. Allison Sempsis - 2001..............................22

RUNS ALLOWED

1. Jenna Marston - 2008 ...............................201 2. Jordan Bottorff - 2004...............................173 3. Kori Seidlitz - 2011 ...................................169 4. Jenna Marston - 2009 ...............................167 5. Kori Seidlitz - 2010 ...................................156 6. Ashlyn Bender - 2014 ...............................149 7. Ashlyn Bender - 2015 ...............................142 8. Pam Nicholson - 2011...............................136 9. Kori Seidlitz - 2013 ...................................135 10. Melissa Alleven - 2002 ............................130 STRIKEOUTS

1. Allison Sempsis - 2000..............................255 2. Allison Sempsis - 2001..............................222 3. Melissa Alleven - 2002 ..............................181 4. Kim Westendorf - 2005..............................179 5. Melissa Peter - 1997 .................................170 6. Kori Seidlitz - 2010 ...................................144 7. Kori Seidlitz - 2013 ...................................138 8. Jenna Marston - 2007 ...............................131 9. Jenna Marston - 2008 ...............................128 Melissa Peter - 1996.................................128

WINS

1. Melissa Peter (22-10) - 1996 ......................22 2. Allison Sempsis (19-8) - 2001 .....................19 3. Jaime Dorfner (18-15) - 1998 .....................18 Melissa Peter (18-6) - 1997........................18 5. Jaime Dorfner (16-8) - 1996 .......................16 Kim Westendorf (16-19) - 2005 ..................16 7. Jenna Marston (15-22) - 2008 ....................15 Jackie Sorensen (15-15) - 2003 ..................15 8. Jaime Dorfner (14-10) - 1995 .....................14 Kim Westendorf (14-18) - 2006 ..................14 Kori Seidlitz (14-18) - 2010........................14 SAVES

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1. Lisa Cox - 1987 ............................................3 2. Cara Weisbrod - 1999....................................2 Kim Westendorf - 2005, 2006 .......................2 Kellie Peterson - 1996 ..................................2 Jessica Jones - 1991 .....................................2 Pam Nicholson - 2010 ..................................2

JORDAN BOTTROFF started a school-record 39 games in 2004, ranks third in career appearances and fourth in career games started at SDSU

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CAREER PITCHING RECORDS

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LOWEST EARNED RUN AVGERAGE (MIN. 100 IP)

APPEARANCES

COMPLETE GAMES

1. Allison Sempsis (421.0 IP) - 2000-01.................................1.80 2. Jessica Jones (579.2 IP) - 1990-93 .....................................1.81 3. Joleen Larson (133.2 IP) - 1988 .........................................2.04 4. Tammy Rademacher (344.2 IP) - 1981-83 ..........................2.09 5. Emily Paolasso (176.1 IP) - 2004 .......................................2.10 6. Melissa Peter (597.2 IP) - 1994-97 ....................................2.23 7. Jaime Dorfner (649.1 IP) - 1995-98 ...................................2.26 8. Lisa Cox (530.0 IP) - 1987-90 ...........................................2.46 9. Meggan Staton (145.1 IP) - 2003.......................................2.65 10. Kellie Peterson (150.2 IP) - 1996-98 ................................2.69

1. Jenna Marston - 2006-09 ...................................................141 2. Kori Seidlitz - 2010-13........................................................132 3. Jaime Dorfner - 1995-98.....................................................127 4. Pam Nicholson - 2009-12 ...................................................121 5. Kim Westendorf - 2005-07 ..................................................118 6. Melissa Peter - 1994-97......................................................108 7. Jessica Jones - 1990-93.......................................................104 8. Melissa Alleven - 1999-02.....................................................97 9. Jordan Bottorff - 2004-06 .....................................................96 10. Lisa Cox - 1987-90...............................................................8

1. Jenna Marston - 2006-09 ......................................................78 2. Melissa Peter - 1994-97........................................................72 3. Jessica Jones - 1990-93.........................................................70 4. Jaime Dorfner - 1995-98.......................................................66 Lisa Cox - 1987-90 ..............................................................66 6. Pam Nicholson - 2009-12 .....................................................52 7. Allison Sempsis - 2000-01 ....................................................51 8. Kori Seidlitz - 2010-13..........................................................50 Tammy Rademacher - 1981-83 .............................................50 10. Kim Westendorf - 2005-07 ..................................................46

LOWEST OPPONENT BATTING AVG. (MIN. 100 IP)

SHUTOUTS

1. Melissa Peter (597.2 IP) - 1994-97 ................................. 2. Joleen Larson (133.2 IP) - 1988...................................... 3. Kellie Peterson (150.2 IP) - 1996-98............................... 4. Allison Sempsis (421.0 IP) - 2000-01.............................. 5. Meggan Staton (145.1 IP) - 2003 ................................... 6. Jackie Sorensen (211.2 IP) - 2003................................... 7. Jaime Dorfner (649.1 IP) - 1995-98................................ 8. Kim Westendorf (520.1 IP) - 2005-07 ............................. 9. Melissa Alleven (417.0 IP) 1999-02 ................................ 10. Kiley Schwedhelm (159.2 IP) - 2005-08...........................

.211 .213 .232 .234 .261 .265 .267 .271 .279 .289

1. Jaime Dorfner - 1995-98.......................................................12 2. Jenna Marston - 2006-09 .....................................................11 Allison Sempsis - 2000-01 ....................................................11 4. Melissa Peter - 1994-97..........................................................8 Pam Nicholson - 2009-12 .......................................................8 6. Kori Seidlitz - 2010-13............................................................5 Kim Westendorf - 2005-07......................................................5 8. Meggan Staton - 2003 ............................................................4 Stephanie Harms - 1998-02 ...................................................4 10. Bryana Clark - 2015-pres.....................................................3 Jennifer Sutton - 2013-15 ...................................................3 Jordan Bottorff - 2004-06....................................................3

FEWEST WALKS PER 7 INNINGS AVG. (MIN. 100 IP)

1. Annette Dray (212.0 IP) - 1983, 85-86 ..............................1.19 2. Jackie Sorensen (211.2 IP) - 2003 ......................................1.32 3. Jaime Dorfner (649.1 IP) - 1995-98 ...................................1.43 4. Jessica Jones (579.2 IP) - 1990-93 .....................................1.51 5. Kiley Schwedhelm (159.2 IP) - 2005-08.............................1.53 6. Lisa Cox (530.0 IP) - 1987-90 ...........................................1.78 7. Emily Paolasso (176.1 IP) - 2004 .......................................1.91 8. Cara Weisbrod (299.1 IP) - 1998-00...................................2.03 9. Jordan Bottorff (371.0 IP) - 2004-06..................................2.08 10. Kelly Ullrick (263.1 IP) - 1993-94 ....................................2.13

INNINGS PITCHED

1. Jenna Marston - 2006-09 .................................................694.0 2. Jaime Dorfner - 1995-98..................................................649.1 3. Kori Seidlitz - 2010-13.....................................................620.1 4. Melissa Peter - 1994-97...................................................597.2 5. Jessica Jones - 1990-93....................................................579.2 6. Pam Nicholson - 2009-12 ................................................556.0 7. Lisa Cox - 1987-90..........................................................530.0 8. Kim Westendorf - 2005-07 ...............................................520.1 9. Allison Sempsis - 2000-01 ...............................................421.0 10. Melissa Alleven - 1999-02..............................................417.0

MOST STRIKEOUTS PER 7 INNINGS AVG. (MIN. 100 IP)

1. Allison Sempsis (421.0 IP) - 2000-01.................................7.93 2. Kori Seidlitz (620.1 IP) - 2010-13 ......................................5.35 3. Bryana Clark (118.2 IP) - 2015-pres. .................................5.19 4. Jessica Jones (579.2 IP) - 1990-93 .....................................4.96 5. Pam Nicholson (556.0 IP) 2009-12 ....................................4.95 6. Kim Westendorf (520.1 IP) - 2005-07.................................4.90 7. Melissa Peter (597.2 IP) - 1994-97 ....................................4.90 8. Melissa Alleven (417.0 IP) - 1999-02 .................................4.83 9. Christine Christensen (206.1 IP) - 1990-93.........................4.61 10. Jenna Marston (694.0 IP) - 2006-09 ...............................4.45 WINS

1. Jaime Dorfner (58-40) - 1995-98..........................................58 2. Melissa Peter (55-38) - 1994-97 ...........................................55 3. Jessica Jones (42-39) - 1990-93............................................42 4. Jenna Marston (41-73) - 2006-09 ........................................41 5. Lisa Cox (37-42) - 1987-90..................................................37 6. Kori Seidlitz (34-69) - 2010-13.............................................34 Kim Westendorf (34-52) - 2005-07 .......................................34 8. Allison Sempsis (32-32) - 2000-01........................................32 9. Melissa Alleven (23-46) - 1999-02........................................23 10. Jordan Bottorff (22-34) - 2004-06.......................................22

STRIKEOUTS

JENNA MARSTON ranks first in three career pitching categories at SDSU GAMES STARTED

1. Jenna Marston - 2006-09 ....................................................111 2. Kori Seidlitz - 2010-13........................................................105 3. Melissa Peter - 1994-97........................................................96 4. Jaime Dorfner - 1995-98.......................................................92 5. Kim Westendorf - 2005-07 ....................................................87 6. Pam Nicholson - 2009-12 .....................................................82 7. Jessica Jones - 1990-93.........................................................79 Lisa Cox - 1987-90 ..............................................................77 9. Melissa Alleven - 1999-02.....................................................64 10. Allison Sempsis - 2000-01 ..................................................62

1. Allison Sempsis - 2000-01 ..................................................477 2. Kori Seidlitz - 2010-13........................................................474 3. Jenna Marston - 2006-09 ...................................................441 4. Melissa Peter - 1994-97......................................................418 5. Jessica Jones - 1990-93.......................................................411 6. Pam Nicholson - 2009-12 ...................................................393 7. Kim Westendorf - 2005-07 ..................................................364 8. Melissa Alleven - 1999-02...................................................288 9. Jaime Dorfner - 1995-98.....................................................204 10. Lisa Cox - 1987-90...........................................................158

ALL-TIME AWARD WINNERS ALL-NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE Linda Sterup................................................1981 Lori Schumacher ..........................................1984 Nancy Rolston..............................................1985 Pam Stevenson ............................................1986 Teresa Row..................................................1987 Rochelle Heirigs ...........................................1989 Lisa Register................................................1990 Julie Sudbeck .................1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Jessica Jones ............................1991, 1992, 1993 Chris Johnson...............................................1993 Tania Voltin ....................1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Angie Friberg ...............................................1995 Mellissa Peter...............................................1997 Shelly Brandel .............................................1998 Megan Johnson ............................................2001 Allison Sempsis ............................................2001

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ALL-INDEPENDENT FIRST TEAM Ashley Kalina ...............................................2005 Steph Kuhl ..................................................2006 Samantha Heinzman ....................................2007

ALL-INDEPENDENT SECOND TEAM Kassy Hernandez..........................................2005 Steph Kuhl ..................................................2005 Kiley Schwedhelm ..............................2005, 2006 Kim Westendorf..................................2005, 2006 Tessie Winterton ...........................................2006 Brooke Postma ............................................2007 Jenna Marston..............................................2007 ALL-INDEPENDENT NEWCOMER TEAM Brooke Postma ............................................2006

ALL-SUMMIT LEAGUE SECOND TEAM Ashley Durazo (3B, SS).......................2008, 2010 Samantha Heinzman (OF) ............................2008 Kiley Schwedhelm (1B) ................................2008 Krista Honken (OF) ......................................2010 Morgan McCabe (DP)...................................2010 Devon Reick (OF)...............................2010, 2013 Alyssa D’Agostino (2B).................................2015 Elyse Eitel (3B)............................................2015 ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT

NFCA ALL-NORTH CENTRAL REGION Tania Voltin (1st) ..........................................1996 Jamie Dorfner (2nd) .....................................1996 Angie Friberg (2nd) ......................................1996 Shelly Brandel (2nd) ....................................1996 Melissa Peter (1st)........................................1997 Angie Turner (1st).........................................1999 Megan Johnson (2nd) .........................1999, 2001 Jennifer Fuchs (2nd).....................................1999 Kristine Drake (2nd).....................................2000 Allison Sempsis (2nd)...................................2000

Ashley Kalina (First Team) .............................2005 SUMMIT LEAGUE ACADEMIC ALL-LEAGUE Devon Reick ................................................2013

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

NFCA ALL-AMERICAN Melissa Peter (3rd) .......................................1997

Ashley Kalina (First Team) .............................2005 ALL-SUMMIT LEAGUE FIRST TEAM Brittany Postma (OF)....................................2008

NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP Ashley Kalina ...............................................2005

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YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES

#OnTheRise 1971 – Won 1, Lost 2 Coach: Sandy Walker DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

at AIAW World Series; Omaha, Neb. 5/14 vs Central Missouri State.............. W 6-5 5/15 vs John F. Kennedy ........................L 0-16 5/15 vs Concordia (Neb.).......................L 3-9 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1972 – Won 8, Lost 2 Coach: Ruth Marske DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

at AIAW State Tournament; Madison, S.D. 5/6 vs USD-Springfield ......................W 13-2 5/6 at Dakota State ...........................W 12-9 5/6 vs Black Hills State ......................W 7-4 5/6 vs Black Hills State ...................... W 8-0 ––– 5/9 DAKOTA STATE ...........................W 14-3 5/16 at Dakota State ...........................W 8-2 at AIAW World Series; Omaha, Neb. 5/18 vs Luther ....................................W 3-2 5/19 vs Keene State ............................W 5-0 5/20 vs Tokyo, Japan .............................L 0-6 5/20 vs Western Illinois .........................L 3-8 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1973 – Won 5, Lost 2 Coach: Norma Boetel DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

4/28 AUGUSTANA ...............................W 15-3 at AIAW State Tournament; Madison, S.D. 5/5 vs Mt. Marty ...............................W 15-5 5/5 at Dakota State ...........................W 19-12 5/5 vs USD-Springfield ......................W 21-11 at AIAW World Series; Omaha, Neb. 5/17 vs Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 1-3 5/17 vs Iowa State ..............................W 7-4 5/18 vs Northern Colorado ....................L 1-5 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1974 – Won 9, Lost 3 Coach: Jenny Johnson DATE

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SCORE

4/20 at Mt. Marty ................................W 24-15 4/20 at Yankton....................................W 15-1 4/23 vs USD-Springfield ......................W 32-1 4/23 at Dakota State ...........................W 9-7 4/30 DAKOTA STATE ............................L 12-21 at AIAW State Tournament; Yankton, S.D. 5/3 vs USD-Springfield ......................W 12-2 5/3 vs Mt. Marty ...............................W 18-8 5/3 vs Dakota State ..........................W 14-12 at AIAW World Series; Omaha, Neb. 5/16 vs Indiana State ...........................L 0-10 5/16 vs Winona State ...........................W 5-1 5/17 vs South Carolina ........................ W 2-1 5/17 vs Arizona ....................................L 0-17 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1975 – Won 8, Lost 3 Coach: Norma Boetel DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

4/25 at Yankton ................................... W 27-1 4/25 at Mt. Marty ................................W 16-13 4/25 vs USD-Springfield ......................W 13-1 4/26 at Dakota State ...........................W 4-3 4/26 at Dakota State ............................L 4-5 at AIAW State Tournament; Madison, S.D. 5/2 vs Mt. Marty ...............................W 11-2 5/2 vs Northern State .........................L 8-10 5/2 vs Yankton ..................................W 11-4 5/2 vs Mt. Marty ...............................W 16-6 5/2 vs Dakota State ..........................W 5-2 5/2 vs Northern State ......................... L 4-10 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1976 – Won 12, Lost 4 Coach: Norma Boetel DATE

OPPONENT

4/21 4/21 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/1 5/1 5/7 5/7

at Northern State......................... W at Northern State .........................L AUGUSTANA ...............................W AUGUSTANA ...............................W at North Dakota State .................W at MSU-Moorhead ........................L USD-SPRINGFIELD .....................W NORTHERN STATE ......................W DAKOTA STATE ...........................W vs Dakota State ..........................W

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SCORE

5-0 5-6 12-2 9-3 18-5 1-2 11-0 7-6 9-7 11-3

at AIAW State Tournament; Aberdeen, S.D. 5/10 vs USD-Springfield .....................W 14-7 5/10 at Northern State .........................L 2-4 5/10 vs Augustana ..............................W 16-3 5/10 vs USD-Springfield ......................W 8-3 5/10 vs Mt. Marty ...............................W 15-10 5/10 at Northern State .........................L 0-2 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1977 – Won 11, Lost 6 Coach: Norma Boetel DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

4/16 MINNESOTA .................................L 1-3 4/16 MINNESOTA ................................L 2-5 4/19 at Dakota State ...........................W 7-2 4/19 at Dakota State ...........................W 13-11 4/23 MT. MARTY .................................W 7-5 4/23 NORTHERN STATE ......................W 7-4 4/28 at North Dakota State .................W 7-3 4/28 at North Dakota State ...................L 3-4 4/29 at Yankton ...................................W 22-8 4/29 at Mt. Marty ................................W 11-1 4/30 NORTHWESTERN (Iowa) .............W 8-3 4/30 NORTHWESTERN (Iowa) ..............L 5-8 at AIAW State Tournament; Yankton, S.D. 5/6 vs Augustana ..............................W 10-3 5/6 vs Northern State ......................... L 4-6 5/7 vs Dakota Wesleyan .....................W 11-8 5/7 at Yankton ...................................W 12-7 5/7 vs Black Hills State....................... L 3-5 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1978 – Won 8, Lost 9 Coach: Sue Yeager DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

4/15 MT. MARTY .................................W 9-7 4/15 MT. MARTY ...................................L 7-13 4/24 AUGUSTANA ...............................W 19-7 4/24 AUGUSTANA ................................L 4-5 at NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/28 vs Valley City State ......................W 9-2 4/28 vs Minnesota ..............................W 2-0 4/29 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................L 4-6 4/29 vs North Dakota ...........................L 4-5 ––– 5/1 at South Dakota ...........................L 0-4 5/1 at South Dakota ..........................W 2-1 5/2 NORTHERN STATE .......................L 1-4 5/2 NORTHERN STATE .......................L 0-5 at AIAW Reg. 6 Tournament; Cedar Falls, Iowa 5/11 vs Augustana ..............................W 16-6 5/11 vs Black Hills State ......................W 14-3 5/12 vs Mt. Marty ................................L 1-3 5/12 vs Augustana ..............................W 14-1 5/13 vs Northern State .........................L 3-8 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1979 – Won 8, Lost 6 Coach: Lynn Crane DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

4/17 NORTHERN STATE ......................W 6-2 4/17 NORTHERN STATE ......................W 1-0 4/19 at Augustana ..............................W 5-0 4/19 at Augustana ...............................L 5-8 at NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/27 vs Minnesota Duluth ....................W 10-1 4/27 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................L 5-6 4/28 at North Dakota State .................W 9-5 4/28 vs Mayville State.......................... L 2-6 4/28 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................L 1-11 at AIAW State Tournament; Yankton, S.D. 5/4 vs Dakota Wesleyan .....................W 10-0 5/4 vs South Dakota ...........................L 3-8 5/5 vs Dakota State ..........................W 12-4 5/5 vs Black Hills State ......................W 11-10 5/5 vs Northern State .........................L 4-5 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1980 – Won 14, Lost 10 Coach: Lynn Crane DATE

OPPONENT

4/7 4/7 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/17

NORTH DAKOTA ..........................W DAKOTA STATE ...........................W AUGUSTANA ................................L AUGUSTANA ................................L at Northwestern (Iowa) ................W at Northwestern (Iowa) .................L at South Dakota ...........................L at South Dakota ..........................W

SCORE

6-2 2-0 4-7 1-7 8-3 4-9 4-5 8-7

4/18 at Black Hills State ...................... W 10-3 4/18 at Black Hills State ......................W 9-5 4/19 at Black Hills State ......................W 6-0 4/19 at Black Hills State ......................W 10-1 4/21 at Northern State .........................L 3-6 4/21 at Northern State ........................W 10-0 4/23 at Augustana ............................... L 1-7 4/23 at Augustana ...............................L 2-3 at NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/25 at North Dakota State....................L 7-8 4/25 vs Bemidji State ..........................W 4-1 4/25 vs North Dakota ..........................W 1-0 4/25 vs St. Cloud State ........................W 6-1 4/26 vs Minnesota Duluth ....................W 3-1 4/26 vs Mankato State .........................L 1-2 ––– 4/29 SOUTH DAKOTA ...........................L 3-4 4/29 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 4-3 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1981 – Won 5, Lost 13 Coach: Sue Yeager DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

4/5 at South Dakota ...........................L 0-1 4/5 at South Dakota ...........................L 1-5 4/6 NORTHERN STATE ......................W 11-5 4/6 at Augustana ...............................L 2-7 4/8 at Augustana ...............................L 1-2 at NCC Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 4/11 vs Morningside .............................L 2-4 4/11 vs North Dakota State .................W 10-3 4/11 vs North Dakota ..........................W 9-2 4/12 at Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 0-10 ––– 4/15 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 5-3 4/15 SOUTH DAKOTA ...........................L 0-3 4/23 AUGUSTANA ................................L 3-11 4/23 AUGUSTANA ................................L 1-6 at NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/24 vs North Dakota ..........................W 14-1 4/24 at North Dakota State ...................L 7-11 4/25 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................L 1-6 4/28 at Northern State .........................L 5-6 4/28 at Northern State .........................L 6-9 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1982 – Won 12, Lost 12 NCC – Won 6, Lost 6 Coach: Sr. Janice Iverson DATE

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SCORE

3/9 at Oklahoma Baptist ....................W 7-5 3/9 at Oklahoma Baptist......................L 11-13 3/11 at Pittsburg State .........................L 2-5 3/12 at Pittsburg State .........................L 1-5 Games Played in Sioux Falls, S.D. 3/27 vs St. Mary (Neb.) .......................W 5-2 3/27 vs Briar Cliff .................................L 2-3 ––– 4/16 at Northern State ........................W 3-1 4/16 at Northern State ........................W 8-6 4/19 at Southwest State ...................... W 7-5 4/20 at Augustana ...............................L 1-2 4/20 at Augustana ...............................L 0-1 4/21 at South Dakota ..........................W 4-1 4/21 at South Dakota ..........................W 6-2 4/22 AUGUSTANA ................................L 1-2 4/22 AUGUSTANA ...............................W 11-0 NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/23 vs North Dakota ...........................L 1-3 4/23 vs Mankato State ........................W 10-5 4/24 vs North Dakota ..........................W 3-2 4/24 at St. Cloud State .........................L 0-1 ––– 4/26 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 1-0 4/26 SOUTH DAKOTA ...........................L 0-9 NCC Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/30 vs Morningside ............................W 5-2 4/30 at Augustana ............................... L 2-3 5/1 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-11 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1983 – Won 16, Lost 21 NCC – Won 4, Lost 2 Coach: Sr. Janice Iverson DATE

OPPONENT

Games Played in Canyon, Texas 3/6 at West Texas State ........................L 3/6 vs Oklahoma State .......................L

SCORE

3-6 2-12

3/7 at Texas Tech ...............................W 8-5 3/7 at Texas Tech ...............................W 11-0 3/8 at Central State (Okla.)..................L 1-4 3/8 at Central State (Okla.)..................L 1-2 3/9 at Oklahoma Baptist......................L 0-5 3/9 at Oklahoma Baptist......................L 4-5 Games Played in Oklahoma City, Okla. 3/11 vs Wichita State ............................L 2-5 3/11 vs West Texas State .......................L 2-8 3/11 vs Northern Iowa ..........................L 1-8 3/12 vs Oklahoma Wesleyan ..................L 1-11 4/8 at Northern State ........................W (8) 9-8 4/8 at Northern State ........................W 10-6 NDSU Game Played in Aberdeen, S.D. 4/8 vs North Dakota State .................W 1-0 4/9 at Yankton ...................................W 3-1 4/9 at Yankton ...................................W 7-4 4/11 at Southwest State .......................L 1-2 4/11 at Southwest State .......................L 5-6 4/15 at South Dakota .......................... W 4-3 4/15 at South Dakota ...........................L 0-9 Augustana Invitational Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/16 vs Briar Cliff ...............................W (9) 5-4 4/16 vs Waldorf (Iowa) ..........................L 1-11 4/16 vs North Dakota State ..................W 12-1 ––– 4/20 at Augustana ...............................W 6-1 4/20 at Augustana ...............................W 11-0 Games played in Fargo, N.D. 4/22 vs Mayville State (N.D.) ................W 13-7 4/22 at North Dakota State....................L 0-2 4/22 vs Northern State ..........................L 3-4 ––– 4/25 SOUTHWEST STATE ......................L 2-3 4/25 SOUTHWEST STATE .....................W 6-4 4/26 at Dakota State............................W 2-1 4/26 at Dakota State............................W 7-0 4/27 at Northern State ..........................L 2-3 4/27 at Northern State .........................W 11-4 NCC Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/29 vs North Dakota State ...................L 3-6 4/30 vs North Dakota ...........................L 1-2 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1984 – Won 5, Lost 16 NCC – Won 3, Lost 8 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE

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4/4 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-5 4/4 AUGUSTANA .................................L 3-4 4/6 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ................W 11-9 4/6 SOUTHWEST STATE ......................L 5-6 at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/14 at Augustana ...............................W 2-1 4/14 vs Waldorf (Iowa) ..........................L 2-4 4/14 vs Northwestern (Iowa)..................L 1-5 4/15 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 3-7 4/15 at Augustana ................................L 0-5 4/15 vs Waldorf (Iowa) ..........................L 1-6 ––– 4/17 at South Dakota...........................W 7-4 4/17 at South Dakota............................L 4-6 4/18 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L 4-6 4/18 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L 2-3 4/24 at Augustana ................................L 1-2 4/24 at Augustana ................................L 1-3 4/25 at Southwest State .......................W 10-4 4/25 at Southwest State .......................W 9-2 4/27 at Mankato State ..........................L 0-1 NCC Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 5/4 vs South Dakota............................L 3-4 5/5 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 0-6 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1985 – Won 13, Lost 18 NCC – Won 7, Lost 9 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE

OPPONENT

DakotaDome Invitationa.; Vermillion, S.D. 3/28 vs Mankato State .........................W 3/29 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 3/29 vs North Dakota State ..................W 3/30 at South Dakota............................L ––– 4/4 at South Dakota...........................W 4/4 at South Dakota...........................W 4/10 at Southwest State ........................L

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1-0 0-10 7-4 7-8 5-3 7-2 3-4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 4/10 at Southwest State ........................L 8-9 4/11 NORTHERN STATE ........................L 0-2 4/11 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 8-1 4/15 SOUTHWEST STATE ......................L 3-6 4/15 SOUTHWEST STATE ......................L 6-7 4/16 at Augustana ................................L 4-9 4/16 at Augustana ................................L 1-8 Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/19 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 0-12 4/19 vs Northwestern (Iowa).................W 7-1 4/20 vs Augustana ................................L 2-5 4/23 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L 2-8 4/24 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 6-5 4/24 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 8-7 4/25 AUGUSTANA .................................L 0-3 4/25 AUGUSTANA .................................L 0-2 NDSU Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 4/26 vs Bemidji State...........................W 8-0 4/27 vs Mankato State .........................W 2-0 4/27 vs Augustana ................................L 0-5 4/27 vs St. Thomas (Minn.) ....................L 1-4 4/30 at Northern State .........................W 12-5 4/30 at Northern State .........................W 12-7 NCC Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 5/3 vs South Dakota............................L 0-11 5/3 vs North Dakota State ..................W 2-1 5/4 vs St. Cloud State..........................L 0-1 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1986 – Won 10, Lost 17 NCC – Won 6, Lost 12 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE

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DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/20 vs North Dakota...........................W 14-12 3/20 vs Nebraska-Omaha.....................W 5-3 3/21 at South Dakota...........................W 1-0 3/21 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 0-1 ––– 4/6 SOUTHWEST STATE ......................L 1-7 4/6 SOUTHWEST STATE..................... W 6-5 4/7 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 2-7 4/7 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 1-7 4/8 at Augustana ................................L 0-6 4/8 at Augustana ................................L 3-10 Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/11 vs Northwestern (Iowa).................W 2-1 4/11 vs Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 6-12 4/11 vs Southwest State........................L 1-2 4/12 vs North Dakota State .................W 6-3 4/12 vs Briar Cliff ...............................W 5-4 4/12 vs Augustana ...............................L 0-7 4/16 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .....................L 0-4 4/16 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .....................L 3-10 4/22 at South Dakota ..........................W 10-2 4/22 at South Dakota ..........................W 7-5 4/23 at St. Cloud State .........................L 2-4 4/23 at St. Cloud State .........................L 2-5 NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/25 vs MSU-Moorhead ......................W 4-3 4/29 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-4 4/29 AUGUSTANA .................................L 1-7 NCC Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 5/2 vs St. Cloud State......................... L 1-2 5/3 vs North Dakota State ...................L 4-5 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1987 – Won 19, Lost 20 NCC – Won 11, Lost 12 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE

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at DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/19 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 3/19 vs North Dakota ...........................L 3/20 vs North Dakota State ..................W 3/20 vs St. Cloud State ........................W 4/1 at Augustana ................................L 4/1 at Augustana ................................L at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/3 vs North Dakota State ..................W 4/3 vs St. Mary (Neb.) .........................L 4/3 at Augustana ...............................W 4/4 vs St. Cloud State.........................W 4/4 vs North Dakota State ...................L 4/7 ST. CLOUD STATE .........................L 4/7 ST. CLOUD STATE .......................W 4/8 at South Dakota ...........................L

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

@GoJacksSB 4/8 at South Dakota ...........................L 3-4 St. Mary Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 4/10 vs Northwestern (Iowa) ................W 3-1 4/10 vs Peru State ................................L 2-3 4/11 vs Missouri Southern ....................W 8-6 4/11 vs William Jewell (Mo.)...................L 3-12 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/17 vs Augsburg (Minn.) .....................W 9-5 4/17 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 1-5 4/17 vs North Dakota ..........................W 7-2 4/18 vs North Dakota State .................W 5-2 4/18 at Mankato State .........................L 0-4 4/21 at Nebraska-Omaha.....................W 1-0 4/21 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 0-4 4/22 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 7-0 4/22 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 3-1 NDSU Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 4/24 vs St. Mary (Neb.) .........................L 0-1 4/24 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................W 6-1 4/25 vs Mayville State .........................W 5-2 4/25 vs Mankato State ..........................L 0-7 4/28 AUGUSTANA................................W 3-2 4/28 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-4 4/29 at Southwest State ......................W 7-6 4/29 at Southwest State .......................L 3-4 NCC Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 5/1 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 3-4 5/1 vs South Dakota .........................W 4-0 5/2 at Augustana ................................L 5-6 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1988 – Won 13, Lost 24 NCC – Won 5, Lost 13 Coach: Deb Allyn DATE

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3/13 3/13

vs North Dakota State ..................W 7-5 vs North Dakota............................L 0-2 ––– 3/22 at South Dakota ..........................W 7-1 3/22 at South Dakota ..........................W 3-1 4/5 at Augustana ................................L 3-8 4/5 at Augustana ................................L 1-7 4/7 ST. CLOUD STATE......................... L 5-9 4/7 ST. CLOUD STATE......................... L 4-6 4/11 at Northern State .........................L 1-3 4/11 at Northern State ........................W 9-1 4/18 at Nebraska-Omaha ....................W 3-1 4/18 at Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 1-8 4/19 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 4-3 4/19 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 6-5 NDSU Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 4/22 vs Augustana ................................L 0-10 4/22 at North Dakota State ..................W 16-3 4/22 vs North Dakota...........................W 8-7 4/22 vs Mankato State ..........................L 0-1 4/23 vs South Dakota............................L 0-9 4/26 AUGUSTANA .................................L 1-2 4/26 AUGUSTANA................................W 5-0 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/28 vs North Dakota...........................W 13-2 4/28 vs Northwest Missouri State ..........W 2-0 5/2 at Southwest State .......................L 9-11 5/2 at Southwest State .......................L 1-4 NCC Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 5/5 vs Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 0-8 5/6 vs North Dakota........................... L 0-6 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1990 – Won 18, Lost 18 NCC – Won 13, Lost 11 Coach: Janet Stumps

DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/17 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 3-10 3/17 vs North Dakota State ..................W 4-3 3/18 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 0-4 3/18 vs North Dakota ..........................W 7-2 ––– 3/23 at South Dakota............................L 2-12 3/23 at South Dakota ...........................L 0-10 4/5 at St. Cloud State .........................L 1-3 4/5 at St. Cloud State .........................L 1-7 4/6 at Augustana ................................L 0-2 4/6 at Augustana ................................L 1-3 St. Mary Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 4/8 vs Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 4-6 4/8 vs Northwestern (Iowa)..................L 9-12 4/9 vs Dana (Neb.).............................W 5-4 4/9 vs Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 0-7 4/13 SOUTH DAKOTA ...........................L 1-12 4/13 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 10-3 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/15 vs UW-River Falls ..........................L 0-2 4/15 vs St. Thomas (Minn.) ....................L 4-5 4/16 at Mankato State ..........................L 1-6 4/16 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 3-5 4/17 NEBRASKA-OMAHA.....................W 1-0 4/17 NEBRASKA-OMAHA..................... L 0-1 4/18 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 4-3 4/18 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 2-1 4/20 at Northwestern (Iowa) .................L 3-5 4/20 at Northwestern (Iowa) .................L 1-4 NDSU Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 4/22 at North Dakota State ..................W 4-1 4/22 vs Bemidji St. (Minn.)....................L 1-4 4/23 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 0-11 4/23 vs North Dakota ...........................L 2-3 4/27 SOUTHWEST STATE ....................W 5-0 4/27 SOUTHWEST STATE ....................W 1-0 NCC Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 4/29 vs Mankato State ........................W 1-0 4/29 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 0-10 4/30 vs North Dakota...........................W 1-0 4/30 vs Mankato State .........................W 4-3 4/30 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 1-4 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1989 – Won 12, Lost 17 NCC – Won 10, Lost 12 Coach: Janet Stumps

DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/18 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 0-4 3/18 vs Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 0-8 3/19 vs North Dakota State .................W 9-2 3/19 vs North Dakota ..........................W 4-2 ––– 3/21 at South Dakota ..........................W 6-1 3/21 at South Dakota ..........................W 12-1 4/3 at Augustana ................................L 0-1 4/3 at Augustana ................................L 0-2 4/4 at St. Cloud State ........................... 0-5 4/4 at St. Cloud State .........................L 2-3 4/6 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .................L 2-5 4/6 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.................W 12-1 Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/7 vs Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 2-5 4/7 vs North Dakota State ..................W 9-2 4/7 vs Nebraska-Kearney.....................L 3-6 4/8 vs South Dakota ..........................W 11-1 4/8 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 0-8 4/11 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 12-2 4/11 NORTHERN STATE ......................W 5-2 4/17 at Morningside .............................L 1-3 4/17 at Morningside ............................W 2-1 4/18 SOUTH DAKOTA .......................... W 14-2 4/18 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 7-1 NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/21 vs Minnesota Duluth .....................L 5-7 4/21 vs Mankato State .........................W 6-0 4/21 vs MSU-Moorhead ........................L 0-1 4/21 vs Valley City State .......................W 3-0 4/22 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 0-6 4/22 vs North Dakota ..........................W 3-0 4/24 NEBRASKA-OMAHA.....................W 1-0 4/24 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 0-5 4/25 MORNINGSIDE ...........................W 4-3 4/25 MORNINGSIDE .............................L 1-2 NCC Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 5/4 vs Mankato State .........................W 5-1 5/4 at Augustana ................................L 0-5 5/5 vs Morningside..............................L 0-2 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1991 – Won 18, Lost 21 NCC – Won 11, Lost 18 Coach: Janet Stumps

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DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/12 vs Mankato State ..........................L 3/12 vs St. Cloud State .........................L

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0-5 1-2

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DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/17 vs St. Cloud State ........................W 3/17 vs North Dakota ...........................L

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5-2 2-5

3/18 3/18

vs North Dakota State ..................W 2-1 vs Morningside..............................L 0-1 ––– 3/26 at Morningside..............................L 1-3 3/26 at Morningside..............................L 0-6 4/2 ST. CLOUD STATE .......................W 2-0 4/2 ST. CLOUD STATE .........................L 2-3 4/5 NORTH DAKOTA ..........................W 2-0 4/5 NORTH DAKOTA ..........................W 3-2 Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/6 vs Southwest State ......................W 5-1 4/6 vs North Dakota ...........................L 3-5 4/6 vs Nebraska-Kearney....................W 6-2 4/6 vs Wayne State (Neb.) ..................W 4-0 4/7 vs North Dakota ..........................W 9-2 4/7 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 1-7 ––– 4/9 at South Dakota ..........................W 8-0 4/9 at South Dakota ..........................W 7-2 4/10 at Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 0-7 4/10 at Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 5-8 4/16 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 4-2 4/16 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 3-1 4/17 at Augustana ................................L 0-2 4/17 at Augustana ................................L 0-7 4/19 at Northern State ..........................L 6-7 4/19 at Northern State .........................W 1-0 NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/20 vs North Dakota........................... L 2-8 4/20 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 2-11 4/20 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................W 2-1 4/21 at North Dakota State....................L 3-4 4/24 MORNINGSIDE............................W 1-0 4/24 MORNINGSIDE .............................L 0-4 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/27 vs North Dakota........................... L 0-5 4/27 at Mankato State .........................L 0-4 4/27 vs South Dakota............................L 6-9 4/28 vs Nebraska-Kearney....................W 4-0 4/28 vs Southwest State ......................W 3-2 NCC Tournament; Mankato, Minn. 5/3 vs Augustana ................................L 0-7 5/3 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 2-4 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1992 – Won 17, Lost 17, Tie 1 NCC – Won 13, Lost 13, Tie 1 Coach: Beth Kirchner DATE

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Pittsburg State Tournament; Pittsburg, Kan. 3/20 at Pittsburg State ........................W 3/20 vs Kansas Wesleyan .......................L 3/21 vs Wartburg (Iowa) .......................W DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/28 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 3/28 vs North Dakota .......................... W 3/29 vs North Dakota State ..................W 3/29 at South Dakota ..........................W 4/3 NEBRASKA-OMAHA.....................W 4/3 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................T Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/4 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 4/4 vs Morningside..............................L 4/4 vs North Dakota...........................W 4/4 vs South Dakota .........................W 4/5 vs Wayne State (Neb.) ..................W 4/5 vs Nebraska-Kearney....................W 4/5 at Augustana ...............................W 4/7 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 4/7 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 4/14 at South Dakota ..........................W 4/14 at South Dakota ...........................L 4/16 at Augustana ................................L 4/16 at Augustana ................................L NDSU Invitational; Fargo, N.D. 4/18 vs MSU-Moorhead ........................L 4/18 vs Jamestown (N.D.)......................L Games played in Vermillion, S.D. 4/21 vs Morningside .............................L 4/22 vs Morningside .............................L Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/25 vs Morningside..............................L 4/25 vs North Dakota State ..................W 4/25 at Mankato State ..........................L 4/26 at Augustana ...............................W 4/26 vs St. Cloud State .........................L

SCORE

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

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#OnTheRise 4/28 at North Dakota State ..................W 7-5 4/28 at North Dakota State....................L 5-6 NCC Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 5/1 vs Augustana ................................L 0-2 5/1 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 2-4 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1993 – Won 19, Lost 21 NCC – Won 13, Lost 14 Coach: Beth Kirchner DATE

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Pittsburg State Tournament; Joplin, Mo. 3/12 vs Quincy (Ill.) .............................W 3-0 3/12 vs Pittsburg State (Kan.)................L 2-3 3/12 vs Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 4-9 DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/27 vs Concordia-Moorhead (Minn.) ....W 12-2 3/27 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 1-3 3/28 vs North Dakota ..........................W 2-0 3/28 vs North Dakota State ..................W 8-1 4/3 BEMIDJI STATE ............................W 7-1 4/3 BEMIDJI STATE .............................L 3-4 4/4 SOUTHWEST STATE .....................L 0-1 4/4 SOUTHWEST STATE .....................W 5-1 4/6 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 2-3 4/6 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 2-12 4/8 NORTH DAKOTA...........................W 9-5 4/8 NORTH DAKOTA ..........................W 4-2 4/9 at Augustana ................................L 1-2 4/9 at Augustana ................................L 0-4 4/13 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 7-0 4/13 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 7-2 Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/17 at Augustana ...............................W 3-1 4/17 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 4-2 4/17 vs Morningside.............................W 2-1 4/18 vs Morningside..............................L 4-7 4/22 MORNINGSIDE .............................L 2-3 4/22 MORNINGSIDE............................W 6-2 4/26 at St. Cloud State .........................L 0-1 4/26 at St. Cloud State .........................L 0-2 4/28 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-6 4/28 AUGUSTANA .................................L 5-7 Morningside Tournament; Sioux City, Iowa 5/1 vs Nebraska-Kearney.....................L 5-7 5/1 vs Augustana ................................L 0-6 5/1 vs South Dakota ..........................W 7-0 5/2 vs Mankato State .........................W 4-0 5/2 vs Augustana ................................L 0-4 5/2 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 0-7 5/4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE................ W 7-1 5/4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE................ W 10-0 NCC Tournament; Mankato, Minn. 5/7 at Mankato State ..........................L 3-4 5/7 vs South Dakota ..........................W 9-1 5/8 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 5-10 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1994 – Won 16, Lost 40 NCC – Won 8, Lost 20 Coach: Beth Kirchner DATE

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Missouri Central Tournament; Warrensburg, Mo. 3/5 vs Missouri Western State..............W 2-1 3/6 vs Missouri Western State..............W 2-0 3/6 at Central Missouri ........................L 4-6 3/6 at Central Missouri ........................L 2-3 Pittsburg State Tournament; Pittsburg, Kan. 3/8 vs Missouri Southern State.............L 0-1 3/9 at Pittsburg State ..........................L 2-6 3/9 at Pittsburg State ..........................L 3-9 Pittsburg State Tournament; Joplin, Mo. 3/11 vs Missouri Western St. .................L 2-7 3/11 vs Central Oklahoma .....................L 0-7 3/11 vs Southwest Baptist (Mo.) ............L 2-3 3/12 vs Central (Iowa)...........................L 2-4 DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/26 vs North Dakota...........................W 5-2 3/26 vs Minnesota Duluth ....................W 4-3 3/27 vs North Dakota State .................W 12-3 3/27 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 1-11 3/30 MORNINGSIDE ...........................W 8-1 3/30 MORNINGSIDE ............................L 0-9 Emporia State Tournament; Emporia, Kan. 4/1 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 5-14 4/1 vs Cameron (Okla.) ......................W 5-0 4/1 at Emporia State (Kan.).................L 3-4

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4/2 vs Columbia (Mo.).........................L 0-1 4/6 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 3-5 4/6 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 2-3 UNO Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 4/9 vs Central Oklahoma .....................L 0-6 4/9 vs Regis (Colo.).............................L 2-9 4/9 vs Morningside..............................L 3-8 4/10 at Nebraska-Omaha.....................W 7-5 4/10 vs Central Oklahoma .....................L 3-7 4/13 at South Dakota...........................W 8-0 4/13 at South Dakota...........................W 11-2 4/14 at Morningside..............................L 2-3 4/14 at Morningside..............................L 7-9 Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/16 at Augustana ................................L 0-10 4/16 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 3-4 4/16 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 4-5 4/17 at Augustana ................................L 0-2 ––– 4/19 at Augustana ................................L 0-4 4/19 at Augustana ................................L 1-2 4/20 MANKATO STATE...........................L 0-5 4/20 MANKATO STATE...........................L 1-3 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/23 vs Augustana ................................L 0-2 4/23 vs Southwest State ......................W 6-0 4/23 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 2-5 4/24 vs North Dakota...........................W 2-1 4/24 at Mankato State ..........................L 3-5 4/24 vs Southwest State .......................L 3-4 Morningside Tournament; Sioux City, Iowa 4/30 vs Augustana ................................L 0-5 4/30 vs Wayne State (Neb.) ..................W 5-4 4/30 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 1-5 4/30 vs Nebraska-Omaha ....................W 3-2 5/1 at Morningside..............................L 0-3 5/4 SOUTHWEST MINN. ST. ...............W 7-1 5/4 SOUTHWEST MINN. ST. ................L 1-3 NCC Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 5/6 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 2-3 5/6 vs North Dakota ..........................W 2-1 5/7 vs Mankato State ..........................L 2-3 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1995 – Won 26, Lost 23 NCC – Won 8, Lost 10 Coach: Beth Kirchner DATE

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3/6 at Pittsburg State ..........................L 0-7 3/6 at Pittsburg State .........................L 2-10 3/8 at Missouri State ..........................L 8-10 Missouri Southern Tournament; Joplin, Mo. 3/10 vs Central (Iowa)..........................W 2-1 3/10 vs William Penn (Iowa) .................W 9-1 3/10 vs Northeastern State (Okla.) ........W 7-2 3/11 vs Washburn .................................L 2-10 3/11 vs UW-Parkside.............................L 3-10 DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/24 vs MSU-Moorhead ......................W 7-1 3/24 vs Southwest State .......................L 3-4 3/25 vs North Dakota State ..................W 13-1 3/25 vs Northern State .........................W 8-0 3/31 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ................W 6-1 3/31 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .................L 6-12 Southwest State Tournament; Marshall, Minn. 4/1 vs Minnesota-Morris.....................W 6-0 4/1 vs Bemidji State ..........................W 3-2 4/1 at Southwest State .......................L 0-2 4/2 vs Mankato State .........................L 13-14 4/2 at Southwest State .......................L 0-12 ––– 4/6 at Buena Vista (Iowa).................... L 3-14 4/6 at Buena Vista (Iowa)....................W 10-2 at UNO Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 4/8 vs Central Oklahoma ...................W 7-4 4/8 vs UC-Colorado Springs................W 9-1 4/8 vs Nebraska-Kearney ....................L 2-6 Games played in Vermillion, S.D. 4/12 at South Dakota ..........................W 7-2 4/12 at South Dakota ..........................W 8-5 4/14 vs Southwest State ......................W 9-1 4/14 vs Northern State ........................W 9-8 4/15 at South Dakota ...........................L 6-7 4/15 at South Dakota ...........................L 5-7 ––– 4/19 at Nebraska-Omaha ....................W 8-0

4/19 at Nebraska-Omaha ....................W 13-11 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/22 vs Augustana ...............................L 4-5 4/22 vs Morningside ............................W 4-3 4/22 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 6-15 4/23 vs North Dakota State .................W 4-3 4/23 vs Minnesota Duluth.................... W 9-0 4/23 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 4-12 4/24 at Mankato State .........................L 2-3 4/24 at Mankato State .........................W 9-4 4/26 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-16 4/26 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-4 4/27 MORNINGSIDE ...........................W 5-4 4/27 MORNINGSIDE ............................L 1-9 NCC Tournament; St. Cloud, Minn. 5/5 vs Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 5-12 5/5 at St. Cloud State ........................W 7-3 5/6 vs North Dakota .......................... W 6-0 5/6 vs Mankato State .........................W 2-0 5/6 vs Augustana ................................L 3-9 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1996 – Won 43, Lost 22 NCC – Won 17, Lost 12 Coach: Tracie DeRochie DATE

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Central Oklahoma Tournament; Oklahoma City, Okla. 3/1 vs Pittsburg State..........................L 0-8 3/1 at Central Oklahoma .....................L 1-3 3/1 vs Central Missouri State .............W 9-1 3/2 vs Nebraska-Kearney....................W 10-1 3/2 vs Pittsburg State.........................W 5-2 3/2 vs Central Missouri State ..............W 7-0 ––– 3/4 at Pittsburg State ........................ W 11-3 3/4 at Pittsburg State ........................ W 9-5 3/5 at Southwest Missouri State .........W 6-5 3/5 at Southwest Missouri State ......... W 9-3 Central Missouri Tournament; Joplin, Mo. 3/9 vs Central (Iowa)..........................W 10-4 3/9 vs Southern Indiana .....................W 2-1 3/10 vs Missouri Western State .............W 3-2 3/10 vs Southwest Baptist ...................W 10-1 3/10 vs Nebraska-Kearney ...................W 6-4 3/10 vs Pittsburg State.........................W 6-5 3/10 vs Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 0-1 DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/23 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 2-3 3/23 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 1-3 3/24 vs Northern State ........................W 15-5 Games played in Vermillion, S.D. 3/28 at South Dakota ..........................W 6-5 3/28 at South Dakota ..........................W 11-0 3/29 at South Dakota ..........................W 3-1 3/30 vs Mankato State .........................L 2-5 3/30 vs Northern State ........................W 7-0 3/31 vs North Dakota ..........................W 7-0 3/31 vs Mankato State ........................W 3-1 3/31 vs Augustana ..............................W 7-6 4/5 MSU-MOORHEAD........................W 16-0 4/5 NORTH DAKOTA...........................W 6-0 4/5 NORTHERN STATE ........................L 2-3 4/6 MANKATO STATE...........................L 1-3 4/10 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ....................W 7-4 4/10 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .....................L 4-7 Games played in Omaha, Neb. 4/13 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 0-1 4/13 at Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 2-4 4/13 vs North Dakota State ..................W 7-2 4/18 at Morningside..............................L 2-3 4/18 at Morningside..............................L 3-4 4/19 at North Dakota State .................W 10-0 4/19 at North Dakota State .................W 4-3 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/20 vs Wayne State (Neb.) ..................W 8-0 4/20 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 4-1 4/21 at Mankato State .........................L 4-5 4/21 vs North Dakota State ..................L 4-5 4/21 vs Morningside .............................L 0-1 4/21 vs St. Cloud State ........................W 7-5 4/21 vs North Dakota State .................W 5-4 ––– 4/24 at Augustana ...............................W 5-1 4/24 at Augustana ................................L 0-2 Morningside Tournament; Sioux City, Iowa 4/27 vs Augustana ...............................W 5-3

4/27 vs Mankato State .........................W 2-0 4/27 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 2-1 4/28 vs South Dakota .........................W 12-3 4/28 at Morningside ............................W 3-0 4/28 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 0-6 NCC Tournament; Brookings, S.D. 5/3 ST. CLOUD STATE .......................W 8-2 5/4 MORNINGSIDE ............................L 1-7 5/4 MANKATO STATE ........................W 8-1 5/4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ................W 3-2 5/5 MORNINGSIDE ...........................W 3-1 5/5 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .....................L 0-6 NCAA Central Regional; Brookings, S.D. 5/10 MINNESOTA DULUTH...................W 7-0 5/10 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 3-4 5/11 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 0-2 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1997 – Won 31, Lost 19 NCC – Won 13, Lost 12 Coach: Shelly Bayer DATE

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3/3 at Washburn (Kan.)........................L 3-5 3/3 at Washburn (Kan.)........................L 0-4 3/4 at Pittsburg State.........................W 5-0 3/4 at Pittsburg State.........................W 9-3 3/5 at Missouri Southern State............W 3-1 3/5 at Missouri Southern State............W 9-0 Missouri Southern Tournament; Joplin, Mo. 3/7 vs Central Arkansas......................W 7-0 3/7 vs Washburn (Kan.) ......................W 9-8 3/7 vs Missouri Southern State.............L 0-4 3/8 vs Northwest Missouri State ..........W 4-1 Emporia State Tournament; Emporia, Kan. 3/15 at Emporia State .........................W 4-3 3/15 vs Central (Iowa)...........................L 3-8 3/15 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 1-3 3/16 vs Washburn (Kan.) ......................W 4-3 3/16 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 0-6 DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/22 vs St. Cloud State ........................W 3-2 3/22 vs North Dakota ..........................W 5-0 3/23 vs North Dakota State .................W 6-2 3/23 vs Morningside .............................L 7-8 Games played in Vermillion, S.D. 3/28 vs St. Cloud State ........................W 4-2 3/28 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................W 10-4 3/29 vs Briar Cliff ...............................W 7-0 3/29 at South Dakota .......................... W 4-0 4/12 at South Dakota ..........................W 7-1 4/13 vs North Dakota ..........................W 6-5 4/13 vs Bellevue (Iowa)........................W 2-0 4/13 vs Augustana ................................L 3-8 ––– 4/14 at Nebraska-Omaha.....................W 3-1 4/14 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 2-7 4/15 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 4-2 4/15 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 6-0 4/17 MORNINGSIDE .............................L 4-5 4/17 MORNINGSIDE .............................L 3-4 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/19 at Mankato State .........................W 7-4 4/19 vs Southwest State ......................W 3-0 4/19 vs Morningside..............................L 2-5 4/20 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-2 4/20 vs Southwest State ...................... W 17-2 4/20 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 8-0 4/22 AUGUSTANA................................W 2-0 4/22 AUGUSTANA .................................L 0-3 4/24 MSU-MOORHEAD........................W 10-2 4/24 MSU-MOORHEAD........................W 8-0 Morningside Tournament; Sioux City, Iowa 4/26 vs Nebraska-Omaha.....................W 1-0 4/26 vs Augustana ................................L 2-4 4/26 vs Nebraska-Kearney.....................L 3-6 4/26 vs Briar Cliff..................................L 3-7 NCC Tournament; Sioux City, Iowa 5/3 vs North Dakota State ..................W 3-0 5/3 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 1-2 5/4 vs Mankato State ..........................L 0-2 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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SIU-Edwardsville Tournament; Edwardsville, Ill. 3/6 vs Southern Indiana ......................L 4-7 3/6 vs North Alabama ........................W 2-0 3/6 vs SIU-Edwardsville .....................W 11-1 3/7 vs North Alabama .........................L 0-3 3/7 vs SIU-Edwardsville .....................W 6-4 West Florida Spring Fling XII; Pensacola, Fla. 3/11 vs Truman (Mo.)........................... W 3-2 3/11 vs Truman (Mo.)........................... W 3-2 3/12 vs Lincoln (Mo.) ...........................L 2-3 3/12 vs Kentucky Wesleyan...................W 8-1 3/12 vs IPFW.......................................W 4-0 3/13 at West Florida ..............................L 0-2 3/13 vs Eureka (Ill.) .............................W 5-1 3/13 vs Mansfield (Pa.).........................W 8-1 3/14 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-2 3/14 vs Truman State (Mo.)................... L 4-6 Games Played in Vermillion, S.D. 3/28 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 4-5 3/28 vs Winona State ...........................L 2-4 3/29 vs Mary (N.D.) .............................L 1-8 3/29 vs Northern State ........................W 5-4 4/3 MANKATO STATE .........................W 6-2 4/3 MANKATO STATE...........................L 1-7 Games Played in Sioux City, Iowa 4/4 vs Southwest State........................L 3-4 4/4 vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ......................W 4-1 4/4 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 2-1 4/5 vs Wayne State (Neb.) ..................W 12-6 4/5 vs Mankato State .........................W 2-1 4/5 at Morningside .............................L 5-8 4/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.................W 3-1 4/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 0-7 UNO Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 4/11 vs St. Cloud State..........................L 0-5 4/11 vs Mankato State .........................L 2-6 4/12 vs North Dakota ..........................W 6-2 4/12 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 12-7 4/12 vs North Dakota State ...................L 2-7 4/14 at South Dakota............................L 0-1 4/14 at South Dakota............................L 1-6 4/16 at Morningside .............................L 1-7 4/16 at Morningside ............................W 6-4 Mankato State Tournament; Mankato, Minn. 4/18 vs Southwest State ......................W 7-2 4/18 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 3-4 4/19 vs Mankato State .........................W 3-0 4/19 vs South Dakota............................L 5-9 4/19 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-8 4/21 at MSU-Moorhead........................W 7-0 4/21 at MSU-Moorhead........................W 8-4 4/22 at Augustana ................................L 1-2 4/22 at Augustana ...............................W 9-3 4/24 NEBRASKA-OMAHA.....................W 7-5 4/24 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 1-5 Games Played in Sioux City, Iowa 4/25 vs South Dakota............................L 3-5 4/25 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 1-4 4/28 at Briar Cliff (Iowa) .......................L 1-4 4/28 at Briar Cliff (Iowa) .......................L 2-3 NCC Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 5/1 vs North Dakota...........................W 4-0 5/1 vs Augustana ................................L 1-5 5/1 vs South Dakota............................L 4-8 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1999 – Won 13, Lost 39 NCC – Won 5, Lost 21 Coach: Shelly Bayer DATE

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Pittsburg State Tournament; Pittsburg, Kan. 3/5 vs Oklahoma Baptist .....................L 7-10 3/5 vs Missouri Western State...............L 0-6 3/6 vs Missouri-Rolla ..........................L 2-10 3/8 at St. Mary's (Texas) ......................L 2-5 3/8 at St. Mary's (Texas) .....................L 0-9 3/9 at Texas A&M-Kingsville.................L 1-4 3/9 at Texas A&M-Kingsville.................L 1-9 Texas Alamo Invitational; San Antonio, Texas 3/11 vs William Carey (Miss.).................L 2-3 3/11 vs Incarnate Word (Texas) ..............L 8-12 3/12 vs Cameron (Okla.) ......................W 8-4 3/12 vs Oklahoma City..........................L 0-4

@GoJacksSB 3/13 vs Mt. Senario (Wis.) ....................W 2-1 3/13 vs Texas Lutheran ........................W 3-2 3/13 vs San Jacinto (Texas)....................L 1-2 DakotaDome Invitational; Vermillion, S.D. 3/27 vs Northern Colorado....................W 6-5 3/27 vs North Dakota ...........................L 2-12 3/28 at South Dakota ...........................L 2-3 3/28 vs Winona State ...........................L 4-6 ––– 4/1 at Augustana ................................L 1-6 4/1 at Augustana ................................L 1-10 4/2 WARTBURG (Iowa).......................W 8-3 4/2 MSU, MANKATO...........................W 8-4 4/7 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 0-8 4/7 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 0-8 4/8 at MSU, Mankato ..........................L 1-8 4/13 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 4-3 4/13 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 6-3 Mankato Invitational; Mankato, Minn. 4/18 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 0-3 4/18 vs Morningside .............................L 3-4 4/18 vs Augustana ................................L 1-6 4/19 vs South Dakota............................L 0-5 4/19 vs Nebraska-Omaha .....................L 0-10 4/20 AUGUSTANA .................................L 0-6 4/20 AUGUSTANA .................................L 3-4 Games played in Sioux City, Iowa 4/23 vs Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 8-11 4/23 vs Wayne State (Neb.) ..................W 10-8 Morningside Tournament; Sioux City, Iowa 4/24 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 3-4 4/24 vs South Dakota............................L 1-2 4/24 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 0-3 4/25 at Morningside ............................W 3-0 4/25 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 3-4 ––– 4/27 at North Dakota State....................L 0-6 4/27 at North Dakota State....................L 3-11 4/28 SOUTHWEST STATE ....................W 11-5 4/28 SOUTHWEST STATE..................... W 5-2 Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D. 5/1 at Augustana ................................L 0-7 5/1 vs Morningside..............................L 1-2 5/2 vs South Dakota............................L 1-4 5/2 vs Southwest State .......................L 4-6 NCC Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D. 5/7 vs North Dakota...........................W 12-11 5/7 at Augustana ................................L 0-8 5/7 vs St. Cloud State .........................L 1-3 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2000 – Won 16, Lost 34 NCC – Won 4, Lost 11 Coach: Shelly Bayer DATE

OPPONENT

Games played in San Antonio, Texas 3/11 vs Mobile (Ala.)............................ L 3/6 vs St. Mary's (Texas) ....................W 3/7 vs Texas A&M-Kingsville.................L 3/7 vs Texas A&M-Kingsville.................L 3/8 vs Incarnate Word (Texas) .............W 3/8 vs Incarnate Word (Texas) ..............L 3/9 vs Oklahoma Baptist ....................W 3/9 vs William Carey (Miss.)................W 3/10 vs St. Gregory's (Okla.) ................W 3/10 vs St. Edward's (Texas).................W Games played in Vermillion, S.D. 3/18 vs Bemidji State............................L 3/18 vs Winona State ............................L 3/19 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................L 3/19 vs Southwest State .......................L 3/29 at Augustana ................................L Games played in Omaha, Neb. 4/1 vs Morningside..............................L 4/1 vs Washburn (Kan.) .......................L 4/1 vs Augustana ................................L 4/2 vs South Dakota ..........................W 4/2 vs Augustana ................................L 4/6 AUGUSTANA .................................L 4/6 AUGUSTANA .................................L Games played in Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/9 vs Augustana ................................L 4/9 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 4/9 vs Northern Colorado....................W 4/11 at MSU, Mankato ..........................L 4/11 at MSU, Mankato ..........................L

SCORE

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

4/13 at South Dakota............................L 3-6 4/13 at South Dakota...........................W 4-3 4/18 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 0-7 4/18 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 1-2 4/20 ST. CLOUD STATE .........................L 0-1 4/20 ST. CLOUD STATE .........................L 2-10 4/21 SOUTHWEST MINN. ST. ............... W 1-0 4/21 SI TANKA (S.D.)............................W 3-2 4/21 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 3-12 4/22 BRIAR CLIFF ..............................W 9-0 4/22 AUGUSTANA .................................L 1-2 4/24 at North Dakota ............................L 0-5 4/24 at North Dakota ...........................W 1-0 4/25 at MSU-Moorhead ........................L 2-3 4/25 at MSU-Moorhead .......................W 4-3 Games played in Grand Forks, N.D. 4/29 vs Northern Colorado....................W 6-0 4/29 vs Morningside..............................L 3-6 4/29 vs Augustana ................................L 1-9 5/2 at Southwest State .......................L 0-1 5/2 at Southwest State .......................L 2-3 NCC Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 5/5 vs Morningside..............................L 0-7 5/5 vs South Dakota ..........................W 6-2 5/5 vs North Dakota ...........................L 3-8 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2001 – Won 26, Lost 30 NCC – Won 6, Lost 8 Coach: Shelly Bayer DATE

OPPONENT

Games played in San Antonio, Texas 3/5 vs Incarnate Word (Texas) ..............L 3/5 vs Incarnate Word (Texas) ..............L 3/6 vs Texas A&M-Kingsville.................L 3/6 vs Texas A&M-Kingsville.................L 3/7 vs St. Mary's (Texas)......................L 3/7 vs St. Mary's (Texas)......................L 3/8 vs Incarnate Word (Texas) ..............L 3/8 vs Southeast Oklahoma .................L 3/9 vs Oklahoma Christian...................L 3/9 vs St. Scholastica (Minn.)..............W 3/10 vs Eastern New Mexico ................W 3/10 vs St. Gregory's (Okla.) .................L Games played in Vermillion, S.D. 3/17 vs Northern State .........................W 3/17 vs Winona State ...........................W 3/18 vs Minn.-Crookston ......................W 3/18 vs Wayne State (Neb.) ..................W 3/29 at Augustana ................................L 3/29 at Augustana ................................L 3/30 at South Dakota ...........................L 3/30 at South Dakota............................L Games played in Omaha, Neb. 3/31 vs Central Missouri State ..............L 3/31 vs Southwest State ......................W 3/31 vs Washburn (Kan.) .......................L 4/1 vs Minnesota Duluth......................L 4/1 vs Truman State (Mo.)....................L 4/3 SOUTHWEST MINN. ST. ...............W 4/3 SOUTHWEST MINN. ST. ................L 4/4 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 4/4 NORTHERN STATE .......................W Games played in Sioux City, Iowa 4/7 at Morningside ............................W 4/7 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 4/8 vs Northern Colorado.....................L 4/8 vs Augustana ................................L 4/8 vs South Dakota ..........................W 4/12 SOUTH DAKOTA ..........................W 4/12 SOUTH DAKOTA .......................... W 4/13 PITTSBURG STATE .......................W 4/13 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 4/13 MISSOURI SOUTHERN STATE. .......L 4/14 MSU, MANKATO .......................... W 4/14 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 4/17 MSU, MANKATO...........................W 4/17 MSU, MANKATO............................L 4/18 at North Dakota State....................L 4/18 at North Dakota State....................L Game played in Fargo, N.D. 4/23 vs Morningside.............................W 4/24 NORTH DAKOTA...........................W 4/24 NORTH DAKOTA...........................W 4/25 at St. Cloud State .........................L 4/25 at St. Cloud State .........................L

SCORE

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

Games played in Mankato, Minn. 4/28 vs Southwest State ......................W 11-4 4/28 vs Bemidji State...........................W 3-1 4/29 vs MSU-Moorhead ......................W 7-0 4/29 vs Northern State ..........................L 4-5 4/29 vs Concordia-St. Paul ..................W 4-0 5/5 at St. Cloud State .........................L 0-1 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2002 – Won 22, Lost 29 NCC – Won 5, Lost 11 Coach: Shane Bouman DATE

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3/12 at Northwest Missouri State ..........W 4-3 3/12 at Northwest Missouri State ...........L 1-3 3/13 at Pittsburg State ..........................L 2-3 3/13 at Pittsburg State ..........................L 3-5 Games played in Topeka, Kan. 3/14 at Washburn (Kan.) ......................W 3-1 3/14 at Washburn (Kan.)........................L 0-1 3/15 vs Tarleton State (Texas).................L 6-16 3/15 vs UC-Colorado Springs................W 9-2 3/15 at Washburn (Kan.)........................L 1-6 3/16 vs UC-Colorado Springs.................L 4-5 3/16 vs Tarleton State (Texas).................L 2-5 Games played in St. Paul, Minn. 3/22 vs Jamestown ..............................W 4-1 3/22 vs Concordia-St. Paul ...................W 4-0 3/23 vs Bemidji State............................L 0-3 3/23 vs Mary (N.D.) .............................W 3-2 Games played in Vermillion, S.D. 3/29 vs Mt. Marty ................................W 15-0 3/29 vs MSU-Moorhead ......................W 10-1 3/29 vs Northern State .........................W 17-1 3/30 vs Southwest State ......................W 9-1 3/30 at South Dakota ..........................W 3-2 ––– 4/4 at Northern State .........................W 12-3 4/4 at Northern State ..........................L 6-7 Games played in Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/6 vs Missouri Western State ..............L 2-7 4/6 vs Southwest State .......................L 10-11 4/7 vs Concordia-St. Paul ....................L 4-6 4/7 vs South Dakota.......................... W 10-3 4/7 at Augustana ................................L 1-3 4/9 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-4 4/9 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-8 4/11 at South Dakota...........................W 1-0 4/11 at South Dakota ..........................W 2-1 Games played in Sioux City, Iowa 4/13 vs South Dakota............................L 4-5 4/13 vs Nebraska-Omaha.....................W 4-3 4/14 vs Northern Colorado.....................L 1-3 4/14 vs Augustana ................................L 0-7 4/14 at Morningside.............................W 3-2 ––– 4/16 at MSU, Mankato .........................W 4-1 4/16 at MSU, Mankato .........................W 6-2 4/17 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 1-5 4/17 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 1-6 Games played in Sauk Rapids, Minn. 4/20 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 1-6 4/20 vs Augustana ................................L 0-4 4/20 vs Northern Colorado.....................L 0-2 ––– 4/24 ST. CLOUD STATE .........................L 1-5 4/24 ST. CLOUD STATE .........................L 7-8 4/25 NORTH DAKOTA ...........................L 5-7 4/25 NORTH DAKOTA ..........................W 11-6 5/1 at Southwest State ......................W 2-0 5/1 at Southwest State ......................W 2-0 NCC Tournament; Grand Forks, N.D. 5/3 vs Morningside............................. L 0-6 5/3 vs Northern Colorado.....................L 1-11 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2003 – Won 26, Lost 32 NCC – Won 2, Lost 14 Coach: Shane Bouman DATE

OPPONENT

Rebel Spring Games; Kissimmee, Fla. 3/2 vs Queens (N.Y.) ..........................W 3/2 vs Florida Southern .......................L 3/3 vs Rollins ....................................W 3/3 vs Findlay ....................................W 3/4 vs Georgian Court .......................W 3/4 vs Florida Tech ............................W

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14-1 1-3 1-0 1-0 5-3 5-1

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#OnTheRise 3/5 vs Barry (Fla) ..............................W 4-3 3/5 vs Le Moyne (N.Y.) .......................L 1-5 3/6 vs Lake Superior State..................W 9-1 3/6 vs Lynn (Fla.)...............................W 5-0 3/7 vs Indiana (Pa.) ............................L 9-13 3/7 vs Le Moyne (N.Y.) ....................... L 2-3 Games played in Pittsburg, Kan. 3/21 vs Fort Hays State .........................L 3-4 3/21 vs Bellevue ...................................L 3-6 3/22 vs Oklahoma Baptist ....................W 4-3 3/22 vs Missouri Southern State.............L 4-6 3/22 vs Bellevue (Neb.) .......................W 16-6 3/22 vs Oklahoma Baptist .....................L 1-6 0 ––– 3/27 at Missouri Western State..............W 8-0 3/28 at Missouri Western State..............W 15-12 3/28 at Missouri Western State..............W 3-2 Northwest Missouri Classic; Maryville, Mo. 3/30 at Northwest Missouri State ..........L 0-5 3/30 vs Truman State (Mo.) ..................W 9-8 4/1 at Augustana ................................L 1-2 4/1 at Augustana ...............................W 5-3 4/2 SOUTHWEST STATE ....................W 8-0 4/2 SOUTHWEST STATE ......................L 0-7 UNO Invitational; Omaha, Neb. 4/5 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 9-4 4/5 vs Truman State (Mo.)....................L 2-3 4/5 vs Missouri Southern State............W 1-0 4/8 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 9-1 4/8 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 6-5 4/10 at Nebraska-Kearney....................W 6-5 4/10 at Nebraska-Kearney.....................L 4-5 NCC North-South Classic; Greeley, Colo. 4/12 vs Augustana ................................L 1-3 4/12 vs South Dakota............................L 3-5 4/13 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 1-8 4/13 at Northern Colorado ................... W 3-1 4/17 MSU, MANKATO............................L 2-3 4/17 MSU, MANKATO............................L 0-4 American Legion Tournament; Mankato, Minn. 4/18 vs South Dakota............................L 0-2 4/18 vs Concordia-St. Paul ....................L 0-1 4/19 vs Nebraska-Omaha......................L 2-10 4/19 vs Southwest State ...................... W 10-3 4/19 vs Northern State .........................W 7-4 4/23 at North Dakota ............................L 1-3 4/23 at North Dakota ...........................W 5-2 4/24 at St. Cloud State..........................L 1-2 4/24 at St. Cloud State..........................L 3-8 NCC North-South Classic; Brookings, S.D. 4/26 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L 4-5 4/26 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 8-23 4/26 NORTHERN COLORADO................L 1-3 4/27 AUGUSTANA .................................L 4-6 4/29 at North Dakota State....................L 2-5 4/29 at North Dakota State....................L 1-5 NCC Tournament; North Mankato, Minn. 5/2 vs North Dakota...........................W 2-0 5/2 vs North Dakota State ...................L 2-6 5/2 vs Augustana ................................L 2-5 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2004 – Won 23, Lost 36 NCC – Won 6, Lost 10 Coach: Shane Bouman DATE

OPPONENT

Rebel Spring Games; Kissimmee, Fla. 3/4 vs Missouri-St. Louis ....................W 3/4 vs Northwood (Fla.).......................L 3/5 vs Lewis (Ill.) ................................L 3/5 vs Findlay (Ohio)...........................L 3/6 vs New Haven (Conn.)..................W 3/6 vs Tiffin (Ohio)..............................W 3/8 vs St. Xavier (Ill.) .........................W 3/8 vs St. Joseph's (Ind.)......................L 3/9 vs Ashland (Ohio)..........................L 3/9 vs Truman State (Mo.)....................L 3/11 vs New Haven...............................L 3/11 vs Indianapolis.............................W 3/12 vs Lock Haven (Pa.).......................L 3/12 vs Tiffin (Ohio)..............................W 3/17 at South Dakota...........................W 3/17 at South Dakota............................L at Mo. Western Invitational: St. Joseph Mo. 3/19 vs Truman State (Mo.)....................L 3/20 vs Emporia State (Kan.)................W

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4-3 2-3 0-2 2-4 3-1 10-1 4-1 0-3 5-6 3-5 0-1 4-3 2-4 5-2 4-3 2-7 2-11 7-6

3/20 vs Truman State (Mo.)....................L 0-3 3/20 vs Wayne State (Neb.) ..................W 6-3 3/21 vs Central Missouri State ...............L 2-8 3/21 at Mo. Western State......................L 2-17 3/23 at Winona State.............................L 3-5 3/23 at Winona State.............................L 1-9 3/26 at Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 1-2 3/26 at Wayne State (Neb.)....................L 1-2 3/30 at Southwest Minnesota State .......W 10-2 3/30 at Southwest Minnesota State .......W 6-5 4/1 at Augustana ................................L 0-4 4/1 at Augustana ................................L 2-5 4/3 MSU, MANKATO............................L 0-1 4/3 MSU, MANKATO...........................W 3-2 4/4 ST. CLOUD STATE..........................L 1-5 4/4 ST. CLOUD STATE ........................W 5-1 4/6 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 8-0 4/6 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L 2-3 4/7 at Northern State .........................W 8-3 4/7 at Northern State .........................W 8-5 at UNO Tournament; Omaha, Neb. 4/9 vs Northwest Missouri State ...........L 6-11 4/9 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 8-4 4/9 vs Southwest Minn. State..............W 11-0 4/10 at Nebraska-Omaha ......................L 3-11 4/10 vs Missouri Western State...............L 1-6 4/14 NEBRASKA-OMAHA......................L 0-5 4/14 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .................... W 5-4 4/17 at North Dakota ...........................W 2-1 4/17 at North Dakota ...........................W 6-5 4/18 at North Dakota State....................L 4-5 4/18 at North Dakota State....................L 6-11 4/21 AUGUSTANA .................................L 0-2 4/21 AUGUSTANA .................................L 2-3 4/23 at Concordia-St. Paul.....................L 1-3 4/23 at Concordia-St. Paul.....................L 3-11 at MSU-Mankato Tournament; N. Mankato, Minn. 4/24 vs Truman State (Mo.)....................L 1-9 4/24 vs Southwest Minnesota State ...... W 6-5 4/25 vs MSU-Moorhead ........................L 2-5 4/25 vs Bemidji State...........................W 10-0 at NCC Tournament; Sauk Rapids, Minn. 4/30 vs St. Cloud State..........................L 0-6 4/30 vs South Dakota............................L 3-5 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2005 – Won 30, Lost 29 Coach: Shane Bouman FIRST YEAR OF THE DIVISION I TRANSITION DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

Games played in St. Cloud, Minn. 2/18 vs Washburn (Kan.) .......................L 2-6 2/18 MSU, Mankato ..............................L (8) 2-3 2/19 vs Concordia-St. Paul ...................W 8-6 2/19 vs Upper Iowa..............................W 8-1 2/19 vs Missouri Western State..............W (8) 3-2 2/20 at St. Cloud State.........................W (9) 9-5 at Buzz Classic; Marietta, Ga. 3/4 vs Boston University.....................W 5-4 3/4 vs Ohio State ................................L (5) 3-12 3/5 vs South Carolina..........................L (5) 2-15 3/5 vs Gardner-Webb ..........................L (6) 5-13 at Rebel Spring Games, Kissimmee, Fla. 3/7 vs Clarion (Pa.) ............................W 5-4 3/7 vs Lewis (Ill.) ...............................W 2-1 3/8 vs Findlay (Ohio) ......................... W 3-1 3/8 vs Dowling (N.Y.) .........................W (6) 15-7 3/9 vs Bellarmine (Ky.) .......................W 2-1 3/11 vs SIU-Edwardsville .....................W 7-5 3/11 vs Northern Kentucky ....................L 0-6 3/12 vs Ashland (Ohio) ........................W (8) 5-2 3/12 vs Tiffin (Ohio)..............................W (8) 6-1 3/17 at Creighton..................................L 1-4 3/17 at Creighton..................................L (6) 2-10 at Pittsburg St. Tournament; Pittsburg, Kan. 3/18 vs Northeastern State (Okla.) .........L 0-3 3/18 at Pittsburg State ..........................L 2-10 3/19 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................L 2-3 3/19 vs Missouri-Rolla..........................W 5-4 3/26 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-3 at Hawkeye Classic; Iowa City, Iowa 3/26 at No. 21 Iowa .............................L (5) 0-9 3/27 vs North Dakota State ..................W 1-0 3/27 vs Ball State (Ind.) ........................L 2-3 3/30 SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA ST. ...... W 6-2 3/30 SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA ST. ...... W (6) 9-1

4/5 at Concordia-St. Paul.....................L 0-1 4/5 at Concordia-St. Paul.....................L (5) 1-9 4/6 at Concordia-St. Paul.....................L 0-1 4/6 at Concordia-St. Paul....................W 4-2 4/10 at North Dakota State....................L 1-2 4/10 at North Dakota State ..................W 2-0 4/13 NORTHERN STATE .......................W 7-0 4/13 NORTHERN STATE .......................W (6) 10-1 4/15 at St. Cloud State..........................L 2-3 4/15 at St. Cloud State..........................L 3-4 Games played in St. Paul, Minn. 4/16 vs North Dakota...........................W 9-1 4/17 at Concordia-St. Paul.....................L 1-3 4/17 vs MSU-Moorhead .......................W 9-4 4/17 vs Minnesota Duluth.....................W 7-5 4/19 at Drake .......................................L 3-9 4/19 at Drake .......................................L 2-5 4/20 at Northern Iowa...........................L 1-7 4/20 at Northern Iowa...........................L 0-2 4/23 at Upper Iowa..............................W 1-0 4/23 at Upper Iowa .............................W (5) 18-1 4/24 at Iowa ........................................L (5) 0-8 4/24 at Iowa.........................................L (5) 1-14 4/26 at Augustana ................................L (5) 1-13 4/27 WAYNE STATE (Neb.)....................W 2-0 4/27 WAYNE STATE (Neb.)....................W 6-1 4/28 at Iowa State ................................L 1-7 4/29 WINONA STATE............................W 2-1 4/29 WINONA STATE........................... W 3-1 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2006 – Won 24, Lost 36 Coach: Shane Bouman DATE

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at Purple & Gold Challenge; Baton Rouge, La. 2/10 vs Stephen F. Austin .....................W 3-1 2/11 vs Northwestern State (La.)............L 0-6 2/12 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff..................W (5) 13-1 2/12 at LSU..........................................L 0-4 at Buzz Classic; Marietta, Ga. 3/3 vs Evansville (Ind.).......................W 2-1 3/3 vs Oklahoma State ........................L (10) 6-7 3/4 vs Virginia .....................................L (8) 2-5 3/4 vs St. Joseph's (Pa.)......................W 3-1 3/4 vs Wisconsin ................................W (8) 3-2 3/5 at Georgia Tech..............................L 1-8 at Rebel Spring Games, Kissimmee, Fla. 3/6 vs Robert Morris (Pa.)....................L 0-3 3/6 vs Lehigh (Pa.).............................W 1-0 3/7 vs Holy Cross (Mass.) ...................W 7-0 3/7 vs Valparaiso (Ind.) .......................W 3-2 3/9 vs Yale .........................................W 7-0 3/9 vs Saint Peter's (N.J.).....................L 0-4 3/10 vs Toledo......................................W 3-2 3/10 vs St. Bonaventure .......................W 1-0 3/17 vs UC-Riverside ...........................W 9-6 at Lobo Classic; Albuquerque, N.M. 3/17 vs Texas Tech .................................L 2-10 3/17 vs Texas Tech .................................L (6) 9-16 3/18 at New Mexico ..............................L (5) 1-10 3/18 at New Mexico ..............................L 3-5 at Hawkeye Classic; Iowa City, Iowa 3/24 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-2 3/25 vs Ball State .................................L 3-5 3/25 at Iowa ........................................L (10) 3-5 3/26 vs Loyola (Md.) ........................... W 4-1 3/29 ST. CLOUD STATE .......................W 4-2 3/29 ST. CLOUD STATE .........................L 2-8 3/30 at Southwest Minnesota State ........L 2-5 4/4 CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL ..................L 2-3 4/4 CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL ..................L 3-4 4/11 at Nebraska ..................................L 3-8 4/12 at Nebraska .................................L (5) 0-8 4/12 at Nebraska .................................L 0-5 4/13 at Southwest Minnesota State .......W 4-1 4/13 at Southwest Minnesota State ........L 2-3 4/14 WAYNE STATE (Neb.)....................W 6-0 4/14 WAYNE STATE (Neb.)....................W 5-0 4/18 at Northern Iowa..........................W 6-0 4/18 at Northern Iowa ..........................L (5) 0-9 4/21 at North Dakota State....................L 0-4 4/22 at North Dakota State....................L 6-7 4/22 at North Dakota State....................L 1-2 4/25 at Iowa State ...............................L (6) 1-10 4/25 at Iowa State ...............................L (5) 0-14 4/26 at Drake .......................................L 1-3

4/26 at Drake .......................................L (6) 2-10 at Independent Tournament; Greeley, Colo 4/28 vs North Dakota State ..................W 3-2 4/28 at Northern Colorado....................W (5) 10-1 4/29 vs Utah Valley State .......................L 1-2 4/29 at Northern Colorado.....................L 1-2 4/30 vs Utah Valley State ......................W 4-3 5/2 at Upper Iowa..............................W 4-2 5/2 at Upper Iowa..............................W (6) 8-0 5/3 at Iowa.........................................L 2-3 5/3 at Iowa.........................................L 1-4 5/6 at Minnesota.................................L 0-4 5/7 at Minnesota.................................L 4-9 5/7 at Minnesota................................W 6-1 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2007 – Won 17, Lost 32 Coach: Shane Bouman DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

at UNI Dome Tournament; Cedar Falls, Iowa 2/10 at Northern Iowa...........................L 3-4 2/10 vs Northern Illinois ........................L 3-4 2/11 vs North Dakota State ...................L 1-6 2/11 vs Drake......................................W 10-8 at Buzz Classic; Woodstock, Ga. 3/2 vs Troy State..................................L (6) 4-12 3/2 vs Furman ....................................L 2-4 3/3 vs Radford....................................L 0-2 3/3 vs Georgetown.............................W 2-1 at Rebel Spring Games, Kissimmee, Fla. 3/5 vs Monmouth...............................W 2-0 3/5 vs Detroit Mercy...........................W 7-1 3/7 vs La Salle....................................L 1-2 3/7 vs Tennessee State........................W 3-0 3/8 vs IPFW ......................................W (5) 8-0 3/8 vs Holy Cross ...............................W (5) 12-3 3/9 vs Saint Peter's (N.J.)....................W 4-2 3/9 vs Pennsylvania............................W 3-2 ––– 3/16 vs No. 15 Oregon State .................L 2-5 3/16 at Portland State ...........................L 0-1 3/17 vs No. 15 Oregon State .................L (6) 0-8 3/17 vs Portland State...........................L 3-4 3/18 at No. 16 Oregon .........................L 0-6 3/18 at No. 16 Oregon .........................L (5) 1-10 3/22 at Creighton..................................L (6) 0-8 3/22 at Creighton ................................W 11-3 at Hawkeye Classic; Iowa City, Iowa 3/23 at Iowa.........................................L 1-4 3/24 vs Northern Illinois ........................L 2-3 3/25 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-3 3/25 vs Ball State .................................L 0-5 4/9 at Nebraska ..................................L 1-4 4/9 at Nebraska ..................................L 1-2 4/10 at Iowa State ................................L 1-2 UMKC games played in Sioux City, Iowa 4/13 vs UMKC .....................................W 8-1 4/13 vs UMKC ......................................L 0-4 4/20 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L (8) 0-3 4/20 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 3-6 4/21 VALPARAISO.................................L 1-5 4/21 VALPARAISO.................................L 2-5 4/24 at Minnesota................................W 4-0 4/24 at Minnesota.................................L 0-2 4/25 AUGUSTANA................................W 2-0 4/25 AUGUSTANA .................................L 0-6 at Independent Tournament; Kennesaw, Ga. 4/27 at Kennesaw State ........................L (6) 1-9 4/27 vs North Dakota State ...................L 1-4 4/28 vs CSU-Bakersfield.......................W 1-0 4/28 vs Northern Colorado.....................L 0-2 4/28 vs CSU-Bakersfield........................L 2-8 5/1 DAKOTA STATE ............................W 9-2 5/1 DAKOTA STATE ............................W (5) 8-0 5/3 ST. CLOUD STATE ........................W 6-3 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2008 – Won 17, Lost 27 Summit League – Won 9, Lost 9 Coach: Joanna Lane FIRST SEASON IN THE SUMMIT LEAGUE FINAL YEAR OF THE DIVISION I TRANSITION DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

at UNI Dome Tournament; Cedar Falls, Iowa 2/9 vs North Dakota...........................W 8-7 2/9 at Northern Iowa..........................W (8) 4-3 2/10 vs Dayton ....................................W 6-0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES 2/10 at Northern Iowa...........................L 2-7 at FGCU Spring Break Invitational; Ft. Meyers, Fla. 2/22 vs Western Carolina .......................L 4-5 2/22 at FGCU .......................................L 0-12 2/23 vs Boston College..........................L 4-5 2/23 vs St. Bonaventure.......................W 6-4 2/24 at FGCU .......................................L (5) 0-11 at Tiger Invitational; Columbia, Mo. 2/29 at Missouri....................................L 3-8 2/29 vs Boston University ......................L 0-4 3/1 at Missouri....................................L 1-3 3/1 vs Boston University ......................L 7-10 at Shocker Invitational; Wichita, Kan. 3/7 at Wichita State.............................L 3-5 3/8 vs Iowa State................................L (5) 7-15 3/8 vs UMKC ......................................L 2-5 3/9 vs Iowa State................................L 5-12 3/9 vs UMKC .....................................W 8-6 3/14 at Southern Utah...........................L 2-5 3/15 at Southern Utah..........................W 10-7 3/15 at Southern Utah...........................L (5) 2-11 Games played in Provo, Utah 3/17 at BYU .........................................L (5) 0-8 3/18 vs Utah State...............................W 2-1 ––– 3/19 at Utah Valley State ......................W 5-1 3/19 at Utah Valley State .......................L (6) 5-13 IUPUI series played in Ralston, Neb. 3/28 vs IUPUI......................................W 3-1 3/29 vs IUPUI......................................W 7-0 3/29 vs IUPUI......................................W (5) 11-3 4/2 at Nebraska ..................................L 1-8 4/2 at Nebraska ..................................L 2-3 Centenary series played in Omaha, Neb. 4/4 vs Centenary................................W 7-3 4/5 vs Centenary................................W 3-2 4/5 vs Centenary.................................L (8) 5-6 4/12 at Western Illinois.........................W 12-9 4/13 at Western Illinois ..........................L 1-6 4/13 at Western Illinois ..........................L 9-16 4/18 at Oakland....................................L 0-3 4/18 at Oakland....................................L 3-4 4/19 at Oakland ..................................W 4-2 NDSU series played in Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/28 vs North Dakota State ..................W 4-1 4/29 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-7 4/29 vs North Dakota State ...................L 0-3 4/30 IOWA STATE .................................L (9) 0-3 4/30 IOWA STATE ................................W 8-7 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2009 – Won 10, Lost 41 Summit League – Won 6, Lost 17 Coach: Joanna Lane DATE

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SCORE

at UNI Dome Tournament; Cedar Falls, Iowa 2/7 vs North Dakota...........................W 8-3 2/7 at Northern Iowa...........................L 3-4 2/8 vs Dayton (Ohio)...........................L (5) 0-8 2/8 vs Nebraska..................................L (6) 2-11 at UNLV Tournament; Las Vegas, Nev. 2/13 vs Virginia .....................................L (5) 0-13 2/13 vs Portland State...........................L 0-4 2/14 vs Southern Mississippi..................L (9) 8-9 2/14 vs Louisville..................................L (6) 3-12 2/15 vs No. 4 UCLA...............................L (5) 0-12 at Tulsa Select Festival; Tulsa, Okla. 2/20 vs Creighton .................................L 3-4 2/20 vs Saint Louis ..............................W 7-6 2/20 at Tulsa .........................................L (5) 0-11 2/21 vs Louisiana-Monroe .....................L 4-8 at Razorback Invitational; Fayetteville, Ark. 2/27 vs Wichita State.............................L 3-7 2/27 vs Bradley ...................................W 1-0 ––– 3/6 at No. 7 Arizona State....................L (5) 0-13 3/7 at No. 7 Arizona State....................L (5) 2-14 3/8 at No. 7 Arizona State....................L (5) 1-9 3/10 vs Miami (Ohio) ............................L 0-4 3/10 vs Miami (Ohio) ............................L 1-4 3/11 at San Diego State ........................L 0-7 3/12 vs Texas Tech .................................L (6) 0-10 3/12 vs Texas Tech .................................L (5) 3-14 3/20 at IUPUI ......................................W 3-0 3/20 at IUPUI ......................................W 6-2 3/21 at IUPUI ......................................W 7-2

@GoJacksSB 3/24 at Nebraska ..................................L (5) 0-8 3/24 at Nebraska ..................................L (5) 0-8 3/27 SOUTHERN UTAH .........................L 0-1 3/28 SOUTHERN UTAH .........................L 4-5 3/28 SOUTHERN UTAH ........................W (5) 8-0 4/2 at Centenary.................................L 2-7 4/2 at Centenary.................................L 2-4 4/3 at Centenary.................................L 0-1 4/10 IPFW...........................................W 4-0 4/10 IPFW............................................L (11) 3-4 4/11 IPFW............................................L 3-4 4/18 at UMKC.......................................L 4-5 4/18 at UMKC .....................................W 2-0 4/19 at UMKC.......................................L 2-3 4/22 at Creighton..................................L (5) 1-14 4/22 at Creighton..................................L 1-5 4/24 WESTERN ILLINOIS ......................L 2-7 4/24 WESTERN ILLINOIS ......................L 1-5 4/25 WESTERN ILLINOIS ......................L (5) 0-10 4/28 at North Dakota State....................L 0-5 4/28 at North Dakota State....................L 2-3 4/30 DAKOTA STATE ............................W 4-3 5/1 OAKLAND.....................................L 2-10 5/1 OAKLAND.....................................L 3-5 5/2 OAKLAND.....................................L 3-9 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2010 – Won 19, Lost 32 Summit League – Won 11, Lost 9 Coach: Joanna Lane DATE

OPPONENT

at K-Club Classic; Kennesaw, Ga. 2/14 at Kennesaw State ........................L 2/14 at Kennesaw State ........................L ––– 2/16 at Mercer......................................L 2/16 at Mercer......................................L 2/17 at Savannah State........................W at Seminole Classic; Tallahassee, Fla. 2/19 vs Gardner-Webb ..........................L 2/19 at No. 20 Florida State ..................L 2/20 vs Coastal Carolina.......................W 2/20 vs Coastal Carolina.......................W 2/21 at No. 20 Florida State ..................L at Tulsa Invitational; Tulsa, Okla. 2/26 at Tulsa .........................................L 2/27 vs Eastern Illinois ..........................L 2/27 vs Creighton ................................W at CSU Classic; Ft. Collins, Colo. 3/6 vs Utah State ................................L 3/6 vs Utah Valley...............................W 3/7 at Colorado State ..........................L 3/7 at Colorado State ..........................L ––– 3/8 at Northern Colorado.....................L 3/10 at Utah.........................................L 3/12 at Southern Utah..........................W 3/12 at Southern Utah...........................L 3/13 at Southern Utah..........................W 3/24 DAKOTA STATE ............................W at Cougar Classic; Edwardsville, Ill. 3/27 vs Northern Illinois ........................L 3/27 at SIUE.........................................L 3/31 at Nebraska ..................................L 3/31 at Nebraska ..................................L 4/2 UMKC ..........................................L 4/2 UMKC .........................................W 4/3 UMKC ..........................................L 4/5 at Northern Iowa...........................L 4/8 at Wisconsin..................................L 4/9 at IPFW........................................L 4/9 at IPFW.......................................W 4/11 at Wisconsin..................................L 4/15 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 4/15 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 4/17 IUPUI..........................................W 4/17 IUPUI..........................................W 4/18 IUPUI ...........................................L 4/23 at Oakland....................................L 4/23 at Oakland....................................L 4/24 at Oakland ..................................W 4/30 CENTENARY ................................W 4/30 CENTENARY ................................W 5/1 CENTENARY ................................W 5/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 5/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.................W

SCORE

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

at The Summit League Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 5/14 vs Western Illinois..........................L 0-4 5/14 vs IPFW........................................L (6) 1-9 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2011 – Won 13, Lost 41 Summit League – Won 9, Lost 15 Coach: Joanna Lane DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

at Cyclone Indoor Invitational; Ames, Iowa 2/12 vs Creighton .................................L 3-6 2/12 at Iowa State ................................L (5) 2-16 at Hatter Invitational; DeLand, Fla. 2/18 vs Kansas .....................................L (6) 0-8 2/18 at Stetson.....................................L (6) 2-10 2/19 vs Bethune-Cookman ....................L 12-13 2/19 at Stetson.....................................L 0-9 2/20 vs Bethune-Cookman ....................L 4-8 ––– 2/22 at Jacksonville...............................L (6) 0-9 2/22 at Jacksonville...............................L (8) 3-4 at Hawaii Invitational; Honolulu, Hawaii 3/5 vs St. Bonaventure .......................W 1-0 3/5 at No. 14 Hawaii...........................L 0-6 3/6 vs Weber State ..............................L (10) 5-6 3/6 vs St. Bonaventure .......................W (5) 8-3 at Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament; Honolulu 3/11 vs Miami (Ohio) ............................L 0-4 3/12 vs Longwood (Va.) ........................L 3-5 3/12 at No. 14 Hawaii...........................L (5) 0-9 3/13 at No. 14 Hawaii...........................L 1-3 3/13 vs Longwood (Va.) ........................L 0-3 3/18 at Centenary................................W 2-0 3/18 at Centenary................................W 7-0 3/19 at Centenary................................W 5-3 UMKC series played in Lawrence, Kan. 2/26 vs UMKC ......................................L 0-5 2/27 vs UMKC ......................................L 1-5 2/27 vs UMKC .....................................W (5) 9-7 3/31 at Drake .......................................L 5-6 3/31 at Drake ......................................W 4-3 IPFW series played in Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/2 vs IPFW........................................L 5-12 4/2 vs IPFW........................................L 4-6 4/3 vs IPFW........................................L 1-6 4/6 NORTHERN IOWA .........................L (5) 1-10 4/6 NORTHERN IOWA .........................L 6-7 4/8 SOUTHERN UTAH .........................L 3-11 4/8 SOUTHERN UTAH ........................W 2-1 4/9 SOUTHERN UTAH .........................L 1-2 4/13 at Wisconsin..................................L 0-4 4/13 at Wisconsin..................................L 0-7 4/14 at Green Bay ................................L 1-2 4/14 at Green Bay ................................L 1-6 4/16 at IUPUI .......................................L (5) 6-14 4/16 at IUPUI .......................................L 0-5 4/17 at IUPUI ......................................W 6-4 4/24 at North Dakota State....................L (5) 0-9 4/24 at North Dakota State....................L (9) 7-9 4/25 at North Dakota State....................L (5) 0-11 4/27 at No. 14 Nebraska .......................L (6) 1-9 4/27 at No. 14 Nebraska .......................L 0-1 4/29 WESTERN ILLINOIS ......................L 0-3 4/29 WESTERN ILLINOIS ......................L 3-6 4/30 WESTERN ILLINOIS .....................W 9-7 5/4 NORTH DAKOTA...........................W 5-0 5/4 NORTH DAKOTA............................L 0-6 5/6 OAKLAND....................................W 3-0 5/6 OAKLAND.....................................L 3-4 5/7 OAKLAND....................................W (9) 3-2 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2012 – Won 13, Lost 27, Tie 1 Summit League – Won 5, Lost 16 Coach: Kim Aggabao DATE

OPPONENT

at North Texas Tournament; Denton, Texas 2/17 vs Creighton .................................L 2/17 vs Wichita State.............................L 2/19 vs Missouri State...........................L

SCORE

1-8 1-4 2-7

at USF Under Armour Classic; Clearwarter, Fla.

3/2 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/4

vs Central Michigan.......................L vs Toledo......................................W vs FGCU......................................W vs Villanova...................................L vs Central Arkansas .......................L

Toledo DH played in Clearwarter, Fla.

0-2 4-3 2-1 (6) 0-8 1-2

3/6 vs Toledo......................................W 9-7 3/6 vs Toledo......................................W 7-3 3/10 at IPFW........................................L 0-1 3/10 at IPFW........................................L (5) 0-8 3/11 at IPFW........................................L (5) 0-10 3/16 at Western Illinois ..........................L 2-7 3/16 at Western Illinois ..........................L 3-9 3/17 at Western Illinois ..........................L (5) 1-13 3/23 at Northern Colorado.....................L 2-3 3/23 at Northern Colorado.....................L 7-8 3/24 at Northern Colorado.....................L 1-2 3/28 at Nebraska ..................................L (5) 0-8 3/30 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 8-4 3/30 SOUTH DAKOTA...........................W 1-0 3/31 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L 2-3 4/3 CREIGHTON ................................W (8) 1-0 4/3 CREIGHTON .................................T (9) 1-1 4/6 UMKC ..........................................L 1-9 4/6 UMKC .........................................W 4-0 4/7 UMKC ..........................................L (6) 1-12 4/9 at North Dakota ...........................W (11) 5-3 4/9 at North Dakota ............................L 3-4 4/13 at Oakland ..................................W 6-2 4/13 at Oakland....................................L 5-6 4/14 at Oakland....................................L 3-5 4/20 at Southern Utah...........................L (5) 0-10 4/20 at Southern Utah...........................L (5) 0-8 4/21 at Southern Utah...........................L 0-7 4/25 DRAKE........................................W 6-2 4/25 DRAKE........................................W 4-3 4/28 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.................W 8-5 4/28 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 2-6 4/29 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 0-2 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2013 – Won 16, Lost 30 Summit League – Won 6, Lost 17 Coach: Kim Aggabao DATE

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SCORE

at Cyclone Invitational; Ames, Iowa 2/8 vs North Dakota............................L 3-5 2/9 vs Northern Colorado.....................L 0-4 2/9 at Iowa State ................................L 4-11 2/10 vs Northern Colorado....................W 4-3 2/10 vs North Dakota............................L 3-7 at Lions Classic II; Hammond, La. 2/15 LSU-Alexandria............................W 3-2 2/15 vs UTEP .......................................L 5-13 2/16 vs UMBC .....................................W (5) 13-2 2/16 at Southeastern Louisiana..............L 2-7 2/17 vs Texas Southern.........................W 7-3 at Hilltopper Classic; Bowling Green, Ky. 2/22 vs Pittsburgh.................................L 3-7 2/23 vs Dayton .....................................L 1-2 2/23 vs Valparaiso ................................W (8) 3-2 2/24 vs Western Michigan.....................W 1-0 at Gaucho Classic; Santa Barbara, Calif. 3/1 vs Seattle .....................................L 2-8 3/2 vs Seattle ....................................W (6) 8-0 3/2 at UC Santa Barbara .....................L 4-5 3/3 at UC Santa Barbara .....................L 3-8 ––– 3/5 at San Diego................................W (8) 1-0 3/5 at San Diego.................................L 1-3 3/6 at San Diego.................................L 1-5 3/15 at IUPUI .......................................L (5) 2-10 3/15 at IUPUI .......................................L (5) 0-12 3/16 at IUPUI ......................................W 7-1 3/29 at Omaha .....................................L 1-4 3/29 at Omaha .....................................L 0-3 3/30 at Omaha .....................................L (10) 0-1 North Dakota DH played in Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/3 vs North Dakota...........................W 8-7 4/3 vs North Dakota...........................W 8-4 4/5 at South Dakota............................L 6-7 4/5 at South Dakota............................L 15-16 4/6 at South Dakota............................L 1-7 Oakland series played in Omaha, Neb. 4/12 vs Oakland ..................................W 4-1 4/12 vs Oakland ..................................W 2-0 4/13 vs Oakland ..................................W 7-4 WIU series played in Omaha, Neb. 4/20 vs Western Illinois..........................L 3-6 4/20 vs Western Illinois..........................L 3-4 4/21 vs Western Illinois..........................L (5) 1-10 4/23 at North Dakota State....................L 0-4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES

#OnTheRise 4/23 at North Dakota State....................L 1-10 4/24 at North Dakota State....................L 1-2 IPFW series played in Sioux Falls, S.D. 4/27 vs IPFW........................................L 0-3 4/27 vs IPFW........................................L 3-4 4/28 vs IPFW.......................................W 4-3 5/5 at Kansas City..............................W 11-7 5/5 at Kansas City...............................L 4-5 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2014 – Won 11, Lost 36 Summit League – Won 2, Lost 16 Interim Head Coach: Alex Hupp DATE

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SCORE

at Cyclone Invitational; Ames, Iowa 2/8 vs Indiana State ............................L 2-6 2/8 at Iowa State ................................L 0-3 2/9 at Iowa State ................................L 1-4 2/9 vs Indiana State...........................W (8) 14-12 at Maverick Invitational; Arlington, Texas 2/14 at UT Arlington .............................L 7-9 2/14 vs Central Michigan.......................L 2-5 2/15 vs Missouri State...........................L 1-7 2/15 vs Missouri State...........................L 0-2 2/16 vs Central Michigan.......................L 1-5 at UCA Invitational; Conway, Ark. 2/21 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff..................W 9-3 2/22 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff..................W (6) 10-1 2/22 vs Alabama State .........................W 10-9 2/23 at Central Arkansas ......................W 6-2 at Aces Invitational; Evansville, Ind. 3/9 at Evansville .................................L 1-7 3/9 vs Murray State.............................L (5) 0-11 3/10 vs Murray State.............................L 6-7 3/10 at Evansville .................................L 3-9 3/11 at Kansas .....................................L (5) 0-8 3/11 at Kansas .....................................L (5) 0-8 IPFW series played in Indianapolis, Ind. 3/21 vs IPFW........................................L (5) 0-8 3/21 vs IPFW........................................L 1-5 3/22 vs IPFW........................................L (5) 0-9 3/29 at Western Illinois.........................W 7-3 3/29 at Western Illinois.........................W 4-3 3/30 at Western Illinois ..........................L 3-4 IUPUI series played in Mitchell, S.D. 4/5 vs IUPUI.......................................L (5) 4-14 4/5 vs IUPUI.......................................L (5) 3-15 4/6 vs IUPUI.......................................L 8-12 4/8 at Creighton..................................L (5) 2-10 4/8 at Creighton..................................L 0-3 4/11 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L 1-5 4/11 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L (5) 2-14 4/12 NORTH DAKOTA STATE..................L (5) 0-12 4/18 OMAHA ........................................L 0-6 4/18 OMAHA ........................................L (6) 2-11 4/19 OMAHA ........................................L 4-12 4/23 DAKOTA WESLEYAN .....................W (6) 9-1 4/23 DAKOTA WESLEYAN .....................W 10-7 4/25 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L (5) 0-8 4/25 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L (5) 0-10 4/26 SOUTH DAKOTA............................L 1-2 4/30 at North Dakota ............................L 4-6 4/30 at North Dakota ...........................W (8) 5-2 5/3 KANSAS CITY................................L (11) 5-7 5/3 KANSAS CITY ..............................W 2-0 at The Summit League Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 5/7 vs South Dakota............................L 2-7 5/9 vs Western Illinois..........................L 4-10 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2015 – Won 23, Lost 29 Summit League – Won 7, Lost 11 Head Coach: Krista Wood DATE

OPPONENT

vs Providence ...............................L (5) 1-11 vs Pacific ......................................L (5) 0-10 vs No. 16 Minnesota......................L (5) 3-20 vs Cal Poly....................................L 8-11 vs Montana..................................W 10-3 ––– 3/21 at IUPUI ......................................W (8) 7-5 3/21 at IUPUI .......................................L 1-7 3/22 at IUPUI .......................................L (8) 1-2 3/26 at Dakota Wesleyan ......................W (5) 14-2 3/26 at Dakota Wesleyan ......................W (6) 11-2 3/31 at Kansas City...............................L (8) 7-8 3/31 at Kansas City...............................L 2-4 4/1 at Southwest Minnesota State .......W (5) 10-0 4/1 at Southwest Minnesota State .......W 2-0 4/3 OMAHA ........................................L 7-13 4/3 OMAHA .......................................W 9-6 4/4 OMAHA .......................................W (6) 10-2 4/11 at North Dakota State....................L 4-8 4/11 at North Dakota State....................L (5) 3-11 4/12 at North Dakota State....................L (5) 0-9 4/14 NORTH DAKOTA............................L 3-4 4/14 NORTH DAKOTA............................L (6) 4-12 4/15 CREIGHTON ................................W 7-6 4/15 CREIGHTON .................................L (5) 0-9 4/18 WESTERN ILLINOIS ......................L 1-3 4/18 WESTERN ILLINOIS .....................W 3-0 4/19 WESTERN ILLINOIS ......................L (5) 3-11 4/22 at North Dakota ............................L 0-2 4/22 at North Dakota ...........................W 5-2 4/24 MOUNT MARTY ...........................W (5) 9-1 4/24 MOUNT MARTY ...........................W (5) 18-4 4/25 FORT WAYNE...............................W 4-0 4/25 FORT WAYNE...............................W (5) 10-0 4/26 FORT WAYNE...............................W 5-2 4/29 DAKOTA STATE ............................W (5) 13-5 4/29 DAKOTA STATE ............................W (6) 9-1 5/2 at South Dakota............................L 2-9 5/2 at South Dakota............................L (5) 3-12 5/3 at South Dakota............................L (5) 4-12 at The Summit League Tournament; Fargo, N.D. 5/7 vs Western Illinois.........................W 7-6 5/8 at North Dakota State....................L (5) 0-15 5/8 vs South Dakota............................L 7-18 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

SCORE

at Cyclone Invitational; Ames, Iowa 2/7 vs Utah State...............................W 6-4 2/7 at Iowa State ................................L 0-6 2/8 vs Utah State...............................W 7-6 2/8 at Iowa State ................................L 3-5 at Dot Richardson Invitational; Clermont, Fla. 2/13 vs Kansas City...............................L 4-7 2/13 vs Middle Tennessee.......................L 2-5 2/14 vs UMass Lowell ..........................W 9-1 2/14 vs Liberty ....................................W (5) 14-6 2/15 vs Cleveland State.........................L 5-6 2/15 vs No. 18 Missouri.........................L 0-13 at Fresno State Classic; Fresno, Calif.

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WELCOME TO SOUTH DAKOTA STATE


SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY The state’s largest, most comprehensive university, South Dakota State University serves as South Dakota's Morrill Act land-grant university. Approximately 67 percent of the school’s fall 2014 enrollment listed South Dakota as their state of residents, with 29 percent coming from other states and four percent from other countries. Students can choose from more than 175 majors, minors and specializations, and the institution offers 29 master’s degree programs, 13 Ph.D. and two professional programs. SDSU grew from 80 acres at its founding in 1881 to a 422-acre campus with facilities valued at more than $381 million. The university owns or leases another 15,000 acres of land for research throughout the state. The university provides a rich academic experience in an environment of inclusion and access through inspired, student-centered education, creative activities and research, innovation and engagement. SDSU comprises Colleges of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Education and Human Sciences, University College, Nursing, Pharmacy, the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering, the Van D. and Barbara B. Fishback Honors College and the Graduate School. The American Association of University Professors categorizes SDSU as a Category 1 or doctoral-level institution. The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) designated South Dakota State as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University, and its Commission on Innovation, Competitiveness and Economic Prosperity serves as a major resource for the economic development needs of the state. Over the last five years, university research yielded 245 invention disclosures, 65 patents filed, 9 patents issued and 35 license agreements executed through the Office of Technology Transfer and Commercialization, resulting in more than $10 million in license revenue. SDSU Extension, with eight Regional Extension Centers across the state, operates as South Dakota’s source for objective, vetted and relevant new knowledge generated through research. Extension’s online learning portal, iGrow.org, served nearly 600,000 users with more than 925,000 page views last year.

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At 165 feet tall, South Dakota State University’s most recognizable landmark, the Coughlin Campanile sits just south of the South Dakota Art Museum

CAMPUS FACILITIES The South Dakota State campus witnessed numerous building projects over the past 10 past years, and the building boom continues into 2015-16. Recent or current construction projects include the Architecture, Mathematics and Engineering Building and an updated Medary Commons, now called the Enrollment Services Center. The Architecture, Mathematics and Engineering Building houses several of the most dynamic programs on campus including: • Center for Financial Analytics • Center for Statistics and Biometrics • Center for Computational Science • Senior Design Lab for Mechanical Engineering • Engineering Resource Center Construction of that 60,000-square-foot, $17 million project started in fall 2013 after spending the summer cleaning and then demolishing Solberg Annex and the Industrial Arts Building. The new building’s footprint also extends to the parking lot north of those structures. Completed in early 2015, the first floor houses the mechanical engineering prototyping and design labs and construction and operations management departments as well as shared lab space with architecture. The mathematics and statistics department can be found on the second floor while the third floor houses the architecture department. The Enrollment Services Center now houses enrollment services, admissions, financial aid, records and registration and scholarships. Other recently completed projects include: • The 144,000-square-foot Avera Health and Science Center • The 30,000-square-foot Daktronics Engineering Hall • A $7.8 million campus wellness center • Four new residence halls that added housing for more than 800 students • A 20,000 square foot expansion to the student union that added 350 new seats and three nationally branded dining options

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The Architecture, Mathematics and Engineering Building opened in 2015

The Enrollment Services Center opened in the fall of 2014 on the site of the former Medary Commons Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


ATHLETIC FACILITIES

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The inside of the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex

The South Dakota State building boom also includes athletic facilities, which started with the completion of the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center in 2010, and continues with the completion of the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex in the fall of 2014 and Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium, scheduled for completion in 2016. The multi-use Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex features an indoor practice and competition space of more than 149,000 square feet and a human performance area of nearly 15,000 square feet. The facility also houses one of the only eightlane, 300-meter tracks in the region, along with 100 yards of soy-based synthetic turf. The building measures 61 feet high at midfield. SDSU broke ground on the facility in August 2013, with the final beam raised in March 2014 and the turf installed in July 2014. Scheduled for completion in time for the 2016 football season, the 2014 South Dakota State Legislature approved the construction of Dana J. Dykhouse on the site of the current Coughlin-Alumni Stadium. Gov. Dennis Daugaard signed the bill into law and then held a ceremonial signing of the bill on May 22 on the field of the current stadium. Plans call for the stadium to seat 18,500-20,000 fans and cost an estimated $65 million, with one-third of the funds coming through private gives and long-term revenue streams, including concessions, suite, loge box and ticket sales. The university secured bonds to finance the final two-thirds of cost. SDSU announced on Oct. 5, 2013, in conjunction with the 100th Hobo Day game at SDSU, lead gifts totaling $12.5 million from Sioux Falls banker Dana Dykhouse and philanthropist T. Denny Sanford. The first phase of construction begins in the fall of 2014 with the east and south stands scheduled for completion in time for the 2015 football season, and the rest of the stadium ready for the 2016 season.

Conceptual drawing of Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium

INNOVATIVE The Innovation Campus at South Dakota State University marks the state’s first and only university-affiliated research park. Located on 125 acres just east of campus, it provides an environment that fosters partnerships among the University, business, government and the community to grow the sciences and technologybased economy. SDSU boasts the highest percentage of undergraduates involved in research of any South Dakota public university. SDSU is large enough to offer competitive research opportunities, yet small enough to foster student faculty learning opportunities. Major areas of research at SDSU include: • Engineering and technology research into photovoltaic devices, nanotechnology, materials science, wind power, surface transportation systems, signal and image processing, water treatment, computer sciences, software engineering and computational science and statistics The first building of the Innovation Campus opened in 2008

• Agricultural sciences research on crops and livestock, including food manufacturing, bio-based energy, economics and horticulture • Management and conservation of natural resources • Health sciences, nutritional sciences and wellness research programs in pharmaceutical sciences, nutrition and exercise physiology • Renewable energy research develops bio-based energy technologies, while promoting diversification and environmental sustainability of America’s agriculture • The federal government awarded SDSU and six other universities $69 million in federal funds over the next five years to serve as Vanguard centers for the National Children’s Study. The NCS studies more than 100,000 children from across the country from conception to age 21

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THE JACKRABBITS

South Dakota State offers 21 varsity sports with Jackrabbits teams competing at the NCAA Division I level. Football competes in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, while 18 sports compete in The Summit League. Wrestling competes in the Big XII, while equestrian currently competes in the National Collegiate Equestrian Association.

Evolution of a Nickname Nobody knows for sure where the nickname “Jackrabbits” originates, but several theories exist as to how and why SDSU’s athletic teams became known as such. Former dean H.B. Matthews said in the Jan. 29, 1930 Issue of The Industrial Collegian student newspaper that it started as an emblem for State College between the years of 1898 and 1903. In 1898, the students, under the direction of a professor Kerr, published a college annual called “The Quirt” and since in 1903, the first college annual under the name “Jack Rabbit” appeared on campus. Many of the older professors and students during the five-year span said that the athletic teams became known as Jackrabbits because of their fleetness of foot in contests or because jackrabbits overran this part of the country at that time. As to the exact date and the exact reason for the name, Matthews said it couldn’t be given, as no record could ever be found of that effect. Some believe that the name “Jackrabbits” came from a story and cartoon sketch that appeared in a Minneapolis newspaper following a 1905 football game between Minnesota and South Dakota State College. Many believe that a reporter for the newspaper, knowing of the preponderance of jackrabbits in the Brookings area, wrote that the SDSC team was as quick as jackrabbits. Many people believe that the school adopted the Jackrabbits as its official nickname from that beginning. COMMUNITY

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The other theory about the origin of the nickname came in “The Jackrabbit”, SDSU’s yearbook. A poem in the 1907 yearbook puts forth the idea that the yearbook is called “The Jackrabbit” because a group of juniors wished to immortalize themselves by changing the name of the yearbook. Athletic teams followed suit, adopting the nickname. Prior to the adoption of the Jackrabbit nickname, fans knew the school athletic teams as the Barn Yard Cadets, which made sense, because the school went by the name of South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in 1907. The Jackrabbit can run at speeds of 30-to-35 miles per hour, with bursts up to 45, making it the second fastest animal in North America, second only to the pronghorn antelope, which can run at speeds up to 60 miles per hour. Properly speaking, Jackrabbits should not be called rabbits but hares, with longer feet and longer ears than rabbits. Most hares live in open country, whereas rabbits - like cottontails - live in brushy habitats. Jackrabbits can grow up to two feet long; weigh from six to nine pounds, with ears up to eight inches long. Hares do not eat meat; they eat tender herbs in the summer and woody twigs and bark in the winter.

Sports Currently Offered at SDSU Include: Women’s Sports: Basketball, Cross Country, Equestrian, Golf, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Volleyball Men’s Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Wrestling @VisitBrookings

Located in eastern South Dakota, just minutes from the Minnesota border Brookings, a community of 22,591, sits roughly 50 miles north of the state’s largest city, Sioux Falls. Students from communities in Nebraska, North Dakota and Iowa find SDSU within an easy day’s drive. Brookings’ unique neighborhoods, with tree-lined streets, leisurely pace of living and interesting people really make it a special place. A thriving community with an extraordinary quality of life, a booming job market and an outstanding school system. The city recently ranked 5th on the Top-10 Small Towns 2013 List on Livability.com. Interesting facts about Brookings and South Dakota: (information taken from VisitBrookingsSD.com and TravelSouthDakota.com • Brookings ranks as the fourth-largest city in the state of South Dakota. • Residents enjoy the city’s variety of attractions, which include the Children’s Museum of South Dakota, Hillcrest Aquatic Center, Dakota Nature Park, McCrory Gardens, and the lively art scene at local museums and galleries. • Brookings County population includes 31,965 residents, with the city of Brookings serving as the county seat. • According to FBI statistics, Brookings’ rate of serious crime ranks 87 percent lower than the national average. • Based on average housing costs, utilities, health care, transportation, groceries and other services, Brookings’ cost of living comes in at 6.1 percent below the national average.

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Brookings boasts a strong and diversified economy. Manufacturing remains the top industry, with high-tech, tourism, retail, health care, business and information services as growth sectors.

The South Dakota Art Museum is free and open to the public

McCrory Gardens honors Professor S.A. McCrory, who headed the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences from 1947 until his death in 1964 Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


SOUTH DAKOTA STATE JACKRABBITS

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JACKRABBIT COACHING STAFF

KRISTA WOOD

SHANNON PIVOVAR

HEAD COACH MISSOURI VALLEY, IOWA NEBRASKA-OMAHA, 2004

ASSISTANT COACH

JOHN NEWMAN ASSISTANT COACH

RALSTON, NEB. MISSOURI WESTERN, 2010

EDGAR SPRINGS, MO. COLUMBIA COLLEGE, 2011

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RECORD AT SDSU .............................23-29 SECOND SEASON CAREER RECORD..........................293-183 10TH SEASON Facebook.com/SDStateSoftball


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