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RETUNING STARTERS AVG Nicole D’Argento .250 Rene Delagrammaticas .215 Alison Kooistra .224 Maria Pandolfo .173 Lizzy Ploen .238 Brittany Wilkins .217 Gemma Ypparila .129 Nicole D’Argento Allison Gage

GP-GS AB 30-29 64 49-48 135 44-39 98 44-35 81 38-16 21 48-46 120 38-12 62

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Associate AD/Media Relations Chris Cameron Assistant AD/Media Relations Dick Kelley Assistant AD/Media Relations Stephanie Tunnera Assistant Director/Media Relations Tim Clark Assistant Director/Media Relations Matt Lynch XC/T&F Contact Joshua Lentine Office Phone (617)-552-1188 Cell Phone (908)-892-4271 E-Mail lentinej@bc.edu Athletics Website www.bceagles.com 140 Commonwealth Ave. Conte Forum 321 Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

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Head Coach Jennifer Finley (Providence ’92)/18th season Record at BC / Seasons 397-369-1 /15 seasons Career Record 473-406-1 /17 seasons Associate Head Coach Jill Karwoski (Lewis University ‘01)/Fourth season 2010 Record 16-33 2010 Conference Record (Finish) 2-18 (Eighth) 2010 Postseason 0-1, L-Georgia Tech in first round Letterwinners Returning/Lost 11/7 Starters Returning/Lost 11 Newcomers 8

(From left) Seniors Allison Gage, Carolyn Jones, Rene Delagrammaticas, Gemma Ypparila and Alison Kooistra

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Location Chestnut Hill, Mass. Founded 1863 Enrollment 14,500 President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Nickname Eagles Colors Maroon and Gold Conference Atlantic Coast Home Field Shea Field Dimensions L-195 C-210 R-195 Capacity 1,000 Athletics Director Gene DeFilippo Assoc. Athletic Director Senior Women’s Administrator Jody Mooradian Faculty Athletics Representative Robert Taggart

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NO NAME CL POS B/T HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL 1 Morgan Kidd Jr. P R/R Peachtree City, Ga./McIntosh 2 Ronnie Mae Ayers Fr. Util. R/R Duvall, Wash./Eastside Catholic 3 Nicole Koszowski Fr. OF R/R Mountainside, N.J./Governor Livingston 4 Amanda Horowitz Fr. P R/R Westminster, Calif./Huntington Beach 5 Brittany Wilkins Jr. C/3B R/R Suffolk, Va./Nansemond Suffolk Acad. 7 Ali Lynette-Krech Jr. INF/OF R/R Toronto, Ontario/Woburn Collegiate 8 Chelsea LoBue Fr. Util. R/R Scarsdale, N.Y./Scarsdale 11 Allison Gage Sr. P R/R LaGrange, Ill./Lyons Township 12 Carolyn Jones Sr. OF R/R Centreville, Va./Westfield 13 Nicole D’Argento So. P/INF R/R Ashland, Mass./Ashland 16 Bree Tanke Fr. INF R/R Manalapan, N.J./Manalapan 17 Alana Dimaso Fr. INF R/R Holmdel, N.J./Red Bank Catholic 18 Lizzy Ploen Jr. OF R/R Naperville, Ill./Naperville Central 19 Maria Pandolfo So. OF R/R Reading, Mass./Reading Memorial 21 Rene Delagrammaticas Sr. 2B/SS L/R Vista, Calif./Santa Fe Christian 22 Gemma Ypparila Sr. 1B/DP R/R Thousand Oaks, Calif./La Reina 23 Alison Kooistra Sr. OF/2B R/R Santa Ana, Calif./Rosary 25 Tory Speer Fr. OF/1B R/R Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Mission Viejo 42 Meg Scanlon Fr. C/Util. R/R Lawrenceville, N.J./The Hun School Head Coach: Jennifer Finley (Providence ’92) 16th Season Associate Head Coach: Jill Karwoski (Lewis University ’01) Fourth Season Pitching Coach: Caryn Haskins (Connecticut ’02) Second Season

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CALIFORNIA (5) Rene Delagrammaticas (Vista) Amanda Horowitz (Westminster) Alison Kooistra (Santa Ana) Tory Speer (Trabuco Canyon) Gemma Ypparila (Thousand Oaks)

WASHINGTON (1) Ronnie Mae Ayers (Duvall)

ILLINOIS (2) Allison Gage (LaGrange) Lizzy Ploen (Naperville)

SENIORS (5) Rene Delagrammaticas Allison Gage Carolyn Jones Alison Kooistra Gemma Ypparila JUNIORS (4) Morgan Kidd Ali Lynette-Krech Lizzy Ploen Brittany Wilkins SOPHOMORES (2) Nicole D’Argento Maria Pandolfo FRESHMEN (8) Ronnie Mae Ayers Alana Dimaso Amanda Horowitz Nicole Koszowski Meg Scanlon Tory Speer Bree Tanke Chelsea LoBue

ONTARIO (1) Ali Lynette-Krech (Toronto) MASSACHUSETTS (2) Nicole D’Argento (Ashland) Maria Pandolfo (Reading)

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Senior Renee Ramos was selected as an All-ACC First Team member and named to the Louisville/NFCA All-American Mid-Atlantic Second Team. Ramos’ 11 home runs were the third most in school history, while her batting average (.348), total bases (91), slugging percentage (.689) and on-base percentage (.430) were also top five single-season totals by an Eagle. Also entering the BC record book were senior third baseman Dani Weir and then freshman pitcher Nicole D’Argento. Weir’s seven home runs ranked as the 13th best in BC history, while D’Argento’s 35 appearances in the circle were fifth most by a hurler from The Heights.

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Academically, the Eagles collected 12 distinctions as part of the ACC Honor Roll with Blair Destito becoming BC’s first four-time honoree. The Eagles opened the 2010 campaign going 7-10 in tournament play. BC split four games at the Texas A&M – Corpus Christi Tournament, took three of four games at the Stetson Tournament and won two at the UCF Tournament.

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In regional competition, Boston College put together a 7-4 record, including winning all four games against cross town rivals Boston University and Harvard. The Eagles finished the 2010 season with a 16-33 overall record, and a 2-18 mark in the ACC.

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Captains Rene Delagrammaticas, Gemma Ypparila and Allison Gage will lead a combination of veteran leadership and talented youth as BC aims to improve upon a year ago. Finley’s 2011 squad features nine starters from a year ago. The departure of seven seniors provides opportunities for the returning letter winners and seven freshmen to earn playing time.

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“We are preaching family this year and everyone is working hard to be a well-knit group,” Head Coach Jennifer Finley stated. “This is a totally new year, with a completely different team. They have a lot of energy, are a pleasure to coach and have a great attitude. When they’re in the batter’s box, I just want to see them fight through everything. I feel like this team has a lot of Dustin Pedroias and that’s a good thing to have.”

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Boston College will face 10 programs that made the NCAA Tournament in 2010. Five teams from the ACC – North Carolina, Maryland, Florida State, Virginia, and Georgia Tech – regional foes UMass, BU, and Tennessee all competed in the post-season.

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tough last year and is going to be again this year. We’re excited to add Tennessee, Michigan State and other new teams from different conferences to the slate. This season should be fun.”

Fall Season The Eagles competed against Boston University, Harvard, Providence and Rhode Island this past fall. “It was great to see our freshmen get out there and watch how our seniors would interact with them,” Finley said. “We had seven freshmen in the fall and have added one more since then. Their learning curve was amazing. From one week to the next, we looked like two different teams. It’s going to be exciting to see them grow throughout the year. When the season starts, it will be interesting to see how well they perform with the pressure on.”

Pitching The BC rotation will be made up of four pitchers, senior Allison Gage, junior Morgan Kidd, sophomore Nicole D’Argento and freshman Amanda Horowitz. “It’s nice to have four pitchers with different styles,” Finley said. “They have worked really hard this off season and as long as our rotation stays healthy, they can be successful and give our team a chance to do the same.” Gage went 6-8 in 14 starts and led the team with a 3.41 ERA last season. She struck out 41 batters and walked 36, giving up a team-best 51 earned runs in 104.2 innings. “Allison is steady, has worked really hard,” Finley began. “She had a phenomenal freshman year and appears very confident on the mound. She can take control of the batter with the pitches she’s throwing.” Kidd is coming off a red-shirt year. In just 55.2 innings, the Peachtree City, Ga. native recorded 69 strikeouts. “Morgan’s unique style will add to our repertoire,” Finley observed. No one was turned to more than D’Argento was as a freshman a season ago. The Ashland, Mass. product threw 140 innings, totaling nine complete games and a record of 5-14. D’Argento also led the Eagles with 128 strikeouts, opponent batting average (.254) and two shutouts. The hurler also returns with the highest batting average (.250) and slugging percentage (.359) of her teammates. D’Argento plays in the infield when not in the circle. “Nicole was our go-to pitcher,” Finley stated. “She’s going to get more help this year. She’s a great competitor and looks to be very solid on the mound.”

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Horowitz comes to The Heights having posted 595 strikeouts and 13 shutouts at Huntington Beach High School in Westminster, Calif. The three-time team MVP was named to the All-Sea View League First-Team in 2010 and was a second team selection as a junior.

“Freshmen Ronnie Mae Ayers and Bree Tanke could play there or in the outfield,” Finley stated. “We have a lot more versatility this year, with infielders who can play both as well.

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Tanke was a four-year starter at Manalapan High School in N.J. and was twice named to the All-Shore Conference and the Asbury Park Press Class A North first teams.

Out of Lawrenceville, N.J., Scanlon was a two-time All-State selection by the Star Ledger. The Hun School graduate captained her team as a junior and senior, collecting First-Team Mid-Atlantic Prep League honors in both years.

Infield Front runners to play the middle appear to be senior Rene Delagrammaticas and freshman Alana Dimaso. Delagrammaticas started 48 games last year at shortstop, fielded .928 in 180 opportunities, turned five double plays and batted .215 at the plate. “Rene will switch over to second base this season,” Finley foreshadowed. “We originally brought her in to play second, but had to switch her over to short to help the team. She’s been great, but we feel our team is stronger with her at second. The middles have been working really well together so far, which is great to see.”

“In the outfield, Maria Pandolfo will complete a very strong core of leadership up the middle,” Finley said. “She started most of last year’s games and will be in centerfield again for us this season.” Pandolfo recorded 39 outs and two assists “Alison Kooistra has also been a mainstay in the outfield for us the last two years and will play left or right depending on the situation,” Finley said. Senior Carolyn Jones, as well as freshmen Tory Speer and Nicole Koszowski will also share playing time. Jones largely came in a pinch runner last year, scoring five runs and stealing one base in 17 appearances. Koszowski led Governor Livingston to a pair of N.J. state championships as a freshman and a senior. The native of Mountainside, was named the Courier News Freshman of the Year before going on to collect Mountain Valley Conference First Team honors three straight years. Speer was a three-time offensive MVP at Mission Viejo. The Trabuco Canyon, Calif. product concluded her high school career with a .350 batting average and hit 24 homeruns en route to collecting All-South Coast League First Team accolades three times and being named to the All-Orange County Second Team on two occasions.

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“We have a couple of options on the corners. Juniors Ali LynetteKrech and Lizzy Ploen will be seeing time at third base. At first, Nicole [D’Argento] will play when she’s not pitching and Gemma Ypparila will see time there as well.”

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“Brittany has developed into a great leader,” Finley commented. “She has learned a lot in her first two years behind the plate and brings a lot of veteran knowledge to the team. Brit has taken an interest in every single pitcher, knows what makes them tick and demands excellence from them. She herself has worked really hard at improving in all aspects of being a catcher. She demands more from her infield and her pitch calling has gotten a lot better. She is a student of the game.”

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Junior Brittany Wilkins will handle most of the catching duties this season. Freshman Meg Scanlon will back her up.

A three-time captain from Duvall, Wash., Ayers was named to the All-Metro League First Team all four years at Eastside Catholic.

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Jennifer Finley is entering her 16th season as the head softball coach at Boston College. Since coming to the Heights, Finley has developed the BC program into a nationally competitive team. In her tenure, she has become one of the most accomplished coaches in the nation. While at Boston College she has led the Eagles to two Big East Tournament Championships, one regular season Big East Co-Championship and three NCAA Tournament appearances, including the first-ever atlarge bid in program history. Heading up the 2003 Big East Coaching Staff of the Year, she led the Eagles to a 316-241-1 overall record in ten years as a member of the Big East Conference. In her 17 years as a head coach, Finley has amassed a career record of 473-406-1, averaging 28 wins per season. Last year, Boston College coach Finley led the Eagles to a 16-33 record overall, with a 2-18 ACC record.

In 2005, Finley's Eagles posted a 20-25 mark in their final Big East season. In 2004, BC posted a 33-25 overall record. In addition, the squad posted an 11-9 Big East mark, finishing fourth in the conference. In 2003, the Eagles put forth one of the most successful seasons in recent program history. With a 14-5 Big East mark, BC captured a share of the regular season championship. After being eliminated from the conference tournament, the team made the most of the post season as it secured the program’s first-ever at-large NCAA Tournament bid. As the six seed in the Tucson regional, BC went 2-2 before bowing out. In addition to her team’s success, Finley enjoyed some of her own as she collected her career 300th victory on April 13, 2003 with a 9-0 blanking of Virginia Tech. In 2002, the Eagles posted a 26-26 overall mark and an 11-9 conference re-

Finley led the 2001 Eagles to a 31-24 record and the third-highest win total in school history. BC placed Jen Asbury on the All-Big East first team and both Tekae Malandris and Jacqui Goodchild on the league’s all-rookie squad. Malandris earned the school’s second-lowest earned run average ever (1.32) and struck out 166 batters. Finley led the Eagles to a 20-25 season in 2000, good for a third-place tie in the Big East after surviving the season without several of the team’s top players lost to injury. The Eagles earned the fourth seed in the Big East Tournament, which they hosted for the fourth time. Boston College placed two players on the All-Big East First Team. Ryan earned Big East Rookie of the Year honors as well, breaking the conference’s single-season strikeout record by fanning 106 batters in 15 league games. In 1999, Finley picked up her 200th career coaching victory in a doubleheader sweep of Fairfield on April 25. The Eagles, who went 27-20 and finished third in the Big East, had two players named to the Louisville Slugger Northeast All-Region First Team. Mary Dietz earned All-Big East first

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In 2006, the Eagles went 22-26 overall with a 6-15 ACC record in their first trip through the competitive conference.

cord. The team produced three All-Conference second team selections and one player -- Cara Blumfield -- became the school’s first All-American and was ranked among the nation’s top 10 batters all season with her .445 mark.

In 2007, Finley's Eagles posted an overall record of 15-31. They took a 4-16 conference record into the ACC Tournament. The Eagles came in as the seventh-seed squaring off against the defending league champions from North Carolina State. Finley's team played their game of the year, stunning the Wolfpack 2-0 to become the talk of the tournament. The win marked a historic first ACC Tournament victory for Boston College and signified yet another step forward for Finley's program.

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In 2008, playing a 63-game season, the longest in the history of the program, the Eagles recorded a 32-31 overall record, with a 7-14 record in the ACC. Team and individual records were shattered as the Eagles navigated a challenging schedule which included nine teams that would eventually earn bids into the 2008 NCAA Tournament. Finley led the Eagles to a sixth place finish in the conference, including a win over Maryland in the ACC Tournament. The Eagles improved their win total by 17 games from the previous season.

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In 1998, Finley’s club wrapped up its second consecutive Big East Tournament championship and its second NCAA Tournament appearance. Five Boston College players earned All-Big East Conference honors, and Jennifer Perrotta was named Big East Rookie of the Year. For her efforts, Finley earned Big East Coach of the Year honors. The Eagles broke the school record for wins in a season (38), and won the Big East North Division title for the first time in school history. Finley registered her 100th victory at Boston College on May 2, 1998 when the Eagles defeated Rutgers, 1-0, in the first game of the Big East Tournament.

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In 1997, Boston College won its first Big East title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. Four players earned All-Big East honors, and Dietz was named Big East Rookie of the Year. Three players were named to the GTE Academic All-America District I team. In her first season with the Eagles, Finley led Boston College to a 28-21 overall record and three players earned All-Big East honors. Finley registered her 100th career victory on April 24, 1996 when Boston College defeated Providence 6-0.

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Prior to her arrival at Boston College, Finley served as the head coach at Providence College for two seasons. In two years at her alma mater,

she led the Lady Friars to two ECAC Championships and one Big East tournament championship. As the nation's youngest head coach, Finley guided Providence to a school-record 38 wins and its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 1994. The Lady Friars also captured the Big East Tournament title and the ECAC Tournament championship in her first season at the helm. Providence registered a 38-17 record the following season and a second consecutive ECAC Tournament championship. The Lady Friars were also Big East tournament finalists in 1995. Finley also enjoyed an impressive playing career at Providence. The two-sport standout earned Northeast Region All-America honors as a member of both the softball and field hockey teams. As a senior at Providence, she led the Lady Friars to 35 wins as a first baseman. Finley was named to the Northeast Region All-American first team after registering a .363 batting average, .436 slugging percentage and a school-record 65 hits as a senior. At first base, Finley recorded a .991 fielding percentage, committing just five errors all season while serving as team captain. As a two-year starter on the Providence field hockey team, she led the Lady Friars to the 1991 Big East title. Finley led the team with 12 goals and one assist and earned Northeast Region All-America second team accolades. Finley earned a bachelor's degree in 1992 from Providence College and a master’s degree in administrative studies at Boston College in 2002.

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THE FINLEY FILE EDUCATION Bachelor’s – Providence College (1992) Master’s – Boston College (2002)

CAREER RECORD: 473-406-1 (.538) - 17 seasons BOSTON COLLEGE: 397-369-1 (.518) - 15 seasons PROVIDENCE: 76-37 (.673) - Two seasons

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1996-present Head Coach, Boston College 1994-95 Head Coach, Providence College

YEAR RECORD (CONF.) 2010 16-33 (2-18) 2009 18-33 (3-15) 2008 32-31 (7-14) 2007 15-31 (5-16) 2006 22-26 (6-15) 2005 20-25 (6-10) 2004 33-25 (11-9) 2003 35-22 (14-5) 2002 26-26 (7-13) 2001 31-24 2000 20-25 (9-7) 1999 27-20 1998 38-14-1 1997 36-13 1996 28-21 1995 38-17 1994 38-20

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Providence College (1989-92) Softball - Northeast Region All-America First-Team Field Hockey - Northeast Regional All-America Second Team

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MILESTONE CAREER VICTORIES Win #100 – April 24, 1996 –Boston College 6, Providence 0 Win #150 – March 26, 1998 – Boston College 1, Holy Cross 0 Win #200 – April 25, 1999 – Boston College 4, Fairfield 0 Win #250 – April 24, 2001 – Boston College 8, Holy Cross 0 Win #300 – April 13, 2003 – Boston College 9, Virginia Tech 0 Win #350 – May 8, 2004 – Boston College 3, Pittsburgh 0 Win #400 – April 10, 2007 – Boston College 5, Rhode Island 1 Win #450 – April 1, 2009 – Boston College 9, Holy Cross 3

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Karwoski enters her fourth season as a member of the Boston College softball program. In 2008, Karwoski was promoted from Assistant Coach to Associate Head Coach. Hired in September 2007, Karwoski spent the previous six seasons as a coach for the Morehead State softball team. After spending two seasons as an assistant coach in 2002 and 2003, Karwoski was promoted to head coach of the Morgan State program in 2004. As head coach, Karwoski led the school to its best overall record since 1999. Her teams also compiled a school record for most strikeouts (278), set a school record of highest fielding percentage (.961) and tied the single-season mark of most wins. Karwoski also enjoyed a decorated playing career at Lewis University, a Division II program. In her senior year, she helped lead the Flyers to a second-place finish in the National tournament, earning NCAA regional all-tournament team as a first baseman. She also received Golden Glove awards in 2000 and 2001. In her career as a player, she compiled a .319 batting average with 41 doubles, 19 homeruns, scored 96 runs in 649 at bats.

Before joining the coaching staff at BC she was an assistant coach at Providence College for five seasons. A 2002 graduate of the University of Connecticut, Haskins pitched four years for the Huskies (1999-02). In addition, she played for UConn’s eighth NCAA Tournament participating team and the 2001 Big East championship team. She ranked second all time in appearances and had the most appearances of any freshman pitcher in UConn history. As a freshman, Haskins led the Big East in saves with four. A three time Big East Academic All-Star, she also was a NFCA All-American Scholar Athlete in 2002. Haskins graduated in 2002 with a 3.8 GPA and a bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders. Following graduation, she worked for the Senior Women’s Athletic Administrator at UConn and then was the pitching coach at Tufts University during the 2003-04 season. In 2005, she received her master’s degree in Education and School Counseling from Cambridge College and is currently a guidance counselor at Concord-Carlisle High School in Concord, Mass. She is also an instructor at camps and clinics in the area, including Boston College, Babson College, Tufts and Dan Duquette’s Sports Academy. Haskins currently resides in Waltham, Mass.

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Played in 49 games, starting in 48 of them at shortstop…led the team in at-bats with 135, sacrifice hits with eight and steals with five…finished the season with a .215 batting average with 18 runs scored and six RBI…for the third consecutive season started the season off hot going 8-for-22 (.364)…had five multi-hit games…tied a career-high with three hits going 3-for-3 with two RBI against Maine on March 20.

BEFORE BC Named Most Valuable Player all four years at Santa Fe...served as team captain under Coach Darrell Enderline her senior year…awarded CIF Athlete of the Year and Senior Athlete of the Year…selected as an All-CIF Academic…named to Coastal League First-Team…also played four years of soccer, earning first-team All-Conference awards.

PERSONAL Irene Delagrammaticas, born on February 25, 1989…enrolled in the school of nursing…is the younger of Emmanuel and Angel Delagrammaticas’s two children.

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Played in all of the team’s 63 games, started 62 at shortstop…had a team-high nine game hitting streak…finished the season with a .210 avg., collecting 37 hits and 14 RBIs and scoring 16 runs…had six multi-hit games…started off the season strong, going 2-3 with the first triple and RBI of her career against Maine at the East Carolina Pirate Invitational… had a season-high two RBIs at Sacred Heart on March 22nd and against Saint Peter’s in the team’s first home game on March 25th…named to the 2008 ACC All-Tournament Team.

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S AVG .210 .260 .215 .229

AB 176 173 135 484

R 16 20 18 54

H 2B 3B HR BB RBI 37 3 1 0 8 14 45 2 1 0 6 8 29 0 0 0 1 6 111 5 2 0 15 28

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11 • Allison Gage SR • P • R/R LaGrange, Ill./Lyons Township

BEFORE BC Named Most Valuable Player at Lyons Township her junior and senior years…served as team captain under Coach Dawn Schabachor her senior year…earned All West Suburban Conference Awards as a junior and senior…gained All-Area awards from 2005 through 2007.

AS A JUNIOR (201o)

2011 EAGLES

Appeared in 32 games, starting in 14 of them…led the team in wins with six and in ERA at 3.41 …recorded three complete games and 41 strikeouts…threw her best game of the season on April 20 against Boston University pitching eight innings and only giving up one run on three hits for the win…struck out a season high six batters on April 15 against Harvard…she will start the 2011 season sixth on the all-time Boston College complete games list with 34 for her career.

PERSONAL Allison Gage, born on November 30, 1988…enrolled in Carroll School of Management…youngest of Gary and Mary Rose Gage’s three children.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009))

2010 REVIEW

Provided depth to Eagles starting rotation as team’s second starter…totaled 31 appearances as a pitcher, starting 20 games…earned a 7-13 record with a 3.23 ERA…threw 10 complete games…struck out a career high eight batters two times, once against Belmont on March 4th and again against Holy Cross on April 1st…finished the season with 70 total strikeouts…in her strongest outing of the season, allowed four hits and one earned run in eight innings pitched against Florida State on May 2nd.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008)

R EC OR D S

HIST ORY

Emerged as the team’s top hurler…totaled 51 appearances as pitcher, starting 35 games…earned a 19-19 record, pitching 245.2 innings with a 2.76 combined ERA…threw 21 complete games, four shutouts and had three saves…struck out a season high six batters two times, once against Saint Peter’s on March 25th and again against Maryland on May 3rd…finished the season with 75 total strikeouts…allowed a season-low three hits in seven innings pitched against Maryland on May 3rd as well…is now BC’s single-season record holder in appearances, innings pitched and wins.

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AP/GS ERA W-L CG SH SV IP

2008

51/35 2.76 19-19 21 4/0 3 245.2 271 130 97 55 75

2009

31/20 3.23 7-13 10 0/1 0 134.1 153 83 62 41 70

2010

32/14 3.41 6-8

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1 2 • C a r o ly n J o n e s SR • OF • R/R Centreville, Va./Westfield AS A JUNIOR (201o)

Appeared in 17 games mostly as a pinch-runner…scored five runs and stole one base on the season.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009))

2011 EAGLES

Played in 33 games, started in 29 as an outfielder…in 57 at-bats, tallied 10 hits and six RBIs, scoring 13 runs...collected her first two career home runs…hit first career home run against Holy Cross on April 1st, with a run scored and two RBIs…hit another home run against Providence on April 7th.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008)

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Played in 42 games, started in 39 as a rightfielder…in 69 at-bats, tallied 10 hits and 2 RBIs and scored 13 runs…collected her first two collegiate hits against Maine at the East Carolina Pirate Invitational…drove in her first RBI against Florida State on March 29th…totaled three multi-hit games.

BEFORE BC Earned First-Team All-District honors all four years of high school… named team captain under coach Dean Ferrington her junior and senior years…travel team, the Virginia Shamrocks, placed fifth at nationals in back-to-back years.

HIS TORY

PERSONAL

RE C OR D S

Carolyn Jones, born on May 4, 1989…enrolled as a psychology major in the College of Arts & Sciences…daughter of James and Carmen Jones…has five siblings, Christina, Michael, Kathleen, Patrick and Elizabeth.

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S AVG .145 .175 .000 .156

AB R 69 13 57 13 2 5 128 31

H 10 10 0 20

2B 3B HR BB RBI 0 0 0 6 2 1 0 2 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 9 8

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GP/GS 42/39 33/29 17/0 92/68

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23 • Alison Kooistra SR • OF • R/R Santa Ana, Calif./Rosary AS A JUNIOR (201o)

2011 EAGLES

Played in 44 games, starting in 39 of them…finished the season with a .224 batting average with eight runs scored and 11 RBI…led the team in triples with two…had a hit in 12 of the team’s first 17 games which included a seven-game hitting streak…had a season-high two hits going 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI against Georgia Southern on March 6…hit the first triple of her career against Centenary College on February 20.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009))

2010 REVIEW

Played in 50 games, starting in all of them…finished the season with a career-high .241 average, collecting 33 hits, 17 runs, three home runs, and 12 RBIs in 137 at-bats…saw action at second base in 22 contests but used primarily as an outfielder…hit a walk-off home run against Harvard on April 16th in the bottom of the seventh inning to lead the Eagles to a 7-6 victory over the Crimson.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008)

HIST ORY

Played in 40 games, started in eight…finished the season with a .200 average, collecting six hits, 12 runs and 2 RBIs in 30 at-bats…tallied her first collegiate hit against Drexel in the Bronco Stampede Tournament… got her first start against Saint Peter’s at home on March 25th…finished the last six games as the team’s starting right-fielder…hit her first home run in a BC uniform against Virginia on April 27th.

BEFORE BC

R EC OR D S

Played varsity for softball for Coach Tom Tice since sophomore year… served as team captain her senior year as a second baseman…earned First-Team All-Trinity League awards in 2007…played in the Orange County Coaches All-Star Game in 2007…also played volleyball her freshman year of high school.

PERSONAL Alison Kooistra, born on June 14, 1989…enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences…is the only child of Buddy and Debbie Kooistra.

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S GP/GS 40/8 50/50 44/39 134/97

AVG .200 .241 .224 .230

AB R 30 12 137 17 98 8 265 37

H 6 33 22 61

2B 3B HR BB RBI 0 0 1 3 2 4 0 3 11 12 4 2 0 9 11 8 2 4 23 25

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2 2 • G e m m a Y p pa r i l a SR • 1B • R/R Thousand Oaks, Calif./La Reina AS A JUNIOR (201o)

Played in 38 games, starting in 12 of them…finished the season hitting .129 with eight hits and three RBI…also recorded two doubles and three walks for the year…went 2-for-3 against Texas A&M Corpus Christi in the season opener on February 18.

2011 EAGLES

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009))

Played in 41 games, started in 23, primarily as a designated player…hit .181 with a career high 15 hits and 11 RBIs, to go along with four runs scored…totaled three doubles as well as eight walks…made no errors in 43 chances at first base and in the outfield…went 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBIs, and a run scored against Providence on April 7th.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008)

HIS TORY

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Played in 28 games, started in 15…emerged as the team’s leading designated player by the end of the season…hit .212 with 11 hits, six runs scored and eight RBIs…earned ACC Player of the Week accolades on May 5th for her offensive performance against Maryland…went 4-7 in the three-game series, tallying four RBIs and two home runs…had her first collegiate hit against Western Carolina at FGCU’s Spring Break Invitational…knocked in the first RBIs of her career against Holy Cross on March 26th.

BEFORE BC Served as team captain under Coach Don Hyatt…named high school team overall MVP in 2007, offense MVP in 2005…selected to AAF/All-CIF-Southern Section team in 2006 & 2007…member of county’s All-Star team her senior year…All Tri-Valley League Honors three consecutive years.

RE C OR D S

PERSONAL Gemma Ypparila, born on October 6, 1989…enrolled as an English and pre-med double major in the College of Arts & Sciences…is the only child of Ken and Gail Ypparila.

C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S AVG .210 .260 .215 .229

AB 176 173 135 484

R 16 20 18 54

H 2B 3B HR BB RBI 37 3 1 0 8 14 45 2 1 0 6 8 29 0 0 0 1 6 111 5 2 0 15 28

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1 • Morgan Kidd JR • P • R/R Peachtree City, Ga./McIntosh AS A SOPHOMORE (2010))

Missed entire season due to injury.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009)

2011 EAGLES

Appeared in 25 games, making seven starts…earned a 1-5 record, pitching 55.2 innings with a 4.40 combined ERA…led the team with two saves…combined with Taylor Peyton for a no-hitter on February 8th against Bryant… in four innings of relief allowed no hits and one walk while striking out seven against Maine on March 21st …recorded a season high 10 strikeouts against Massachusetts on April 8th

BEFORE BC

2010 REVIEW

A four year starter at McIntosh High School…Named varsity MVP for her high school team in 2004 and defensive MVP in 2005, 2006, and 2007…holds school record for strikeouts at McIntosh with over 900 career strikeouts…named to first team All-State in 2006 and 2007… recorded streak of 48 consecutive scoreless innings in 2004.

PERSONAL Morgan Kidd, born on June 19, 1990… enrolled in the Carroll School of Management…the daughter of Steve and Nancy Kidd.

7 • A l i Ly n e t t e - K r e c h JR • 3B/OF • R/R Toronto/Woburn Collegiate Institute AS A SOPHOMORE (2010))

Played in 26 games, starting in one of them…was the team’s primary pinch hitter finishing the season hitting .200 with four runs scored and seven RBI…also recorded two doubles and two walks on the year…had her first multi-hit game of her career against Southern University going 2-for-2 with one RBI and a run scored…knocked in a career-high three RBI in a win against Harvard on April 15.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009)

Played in 10 games, starting in five of them…totaled three hits, all doubles, in 12 at-bats for a .250 average…got her first start against Belmont on March 4th…registered her first career hit against Belmont on March 4th.

BEFORE BC Played for the Whitby Eagles travel team for head coach Rob Butler… was the top batter at the Provincial Grand Championship in 2008…selected to represent Ontario on Team Ontario at the Canada Summer Games in 2009…earned All-Star third base honors at the Canadian Nationals in 2004 and 2006…earned MVP awards at the Provincial Grand Championship in 2006…competed at the Canadian Nationals in 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2008.

PERSONAL

R EC OR D S

HIST ORY

Ali Lynette-Krech, born on August 25, 1990…enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences as a communications major…is the youngest of Dan Krech and Jackie Lynette’s four children.

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AP/GS ERA W-L CG SH SV IP

ER BB K

2009

25/7

4.40 1-5

0

0/5 2 55.2 56 42 35 40 69

Career 25/7

4.40 1-5

0

0/5 2 55.2 56 42 35 40 69

Year 2009 2010 Career

GP/GS 10/5 26/1 36/6

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AB 12 25 37

R 1 4 5

H 3 5 8

2B 3B HR BB RBI 3 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 7 5 0 0 3 8


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18 • Lizzy Ploen JR • OF • R/R Naperville, Ill./Naperville Central

BEFORE BC Played for the ASA 18-under travel team for head coach Mike Pollo in 2008…named team captain…batted .476 in 126 at-bats, with 38 RBIs and 26 runs scored…in 2007 played for Berwyn Bash for head coach John Traviollo…a four year player at Naperville Central High School… named team captain her junior and senior year...team won regional championship in 2005 and 2008…earned Daily Herald Golden Glove Award in 2006 and 2008...named to 2008 Daily Herald All-Area Team… named to All-City Team in 2005 and 2008…earned academic all-conference honors in 2005 and 2008…also a letterwinner on the Naperville Central basketball team.

PERSONAL

AS A FRESHMAN (2009)

Started 49 games…led BC in on-base percentage (.416)…displayed excellent patience at the plate, leading the team with 31 walks, breaking the school record of 30 walks set by Renee Ramos in 2008…finished tied for 39th in the nation with an average of 0.63 walks per game… hit .245, with 35 hits, five home runs and 23 RBIs…led the team with 23 runs scored and nine doubles…went 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBIs, and a run scored against East Tennessee State on Feb. 17th.

BEFORE BC Four year starter for Nansemond Suffolk Academy for head coach Kathleen Holte…named Suffolk News Herald Player of the Year in 2007 and 2008… named First team All-Tidewater in 2007 and 2008…All-State in 2006, 2007, and 2008…All-conference first team and Team MVP all four years.

PERSONAL Brittany Wilkins, born on November 7, 1989…enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences…is the daughter of Norman and Linda Wilkins.

C O A C H E S

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010))

Played 48 games, starting 46…hit .217 with three home runs and 14 RBI…had 17 runs and 13 walks…her six doubles was second on the team…only made two errors in 123 chances at catcher and third base for a .984 fielding percentage…went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in a win over Providence on March 5.

RE C OR D S

Lizzy Ploen, born on February 8, 1990…enrolled in the Carroll School of Management…is the oldest of Doug and JoAnn Ploen’s three children.

Suffolk, Va./Nansemond Suffolk Academy

2011 EAGLES

AS A FRESHMAN (2009)

Played in 38 games, starting in 18…collected first career hit against Virginia Tech on April 11th…added eight runs, three walks, and two stolen bases.

5 • B r i t ta n y W i l k i n s JR • C/3B • R/R

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2010))

Played in 38 games, starting in 16 of them…finished the season hitting .238 with eight runs scored and one RBI…also recorded two walks and two stolen bases on the year…registered her first multi-hit game of her career on April 2 against NC State going 2-for-2 with two singles….knocked in the first RBI of her career on February 21 against Southern University.

O U T LO O K

CLASS OF 2012

HIS TORY

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C A R E E R S TAT I S T I C S

AVG .032 .238 .115

AB 31 21 52

R 8 8 16

H 1 5 6

2B 3B HR BB RBI 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 5 1

Year 2009 2010 Career

GP/GS 49/49 48/46 97/95

AVG .245 .217 .232

AB R 143 23 120 17 263 40

H 35 26 61

2B 3B HR BB RBI 9 0 5 31 23 6 0 3 13 14 15 0 8 44 37

GP/GS 38/18 38/16 76/34

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CLASS OF 2013

CO A C H E S

13 • Nicole D’Argento SO • P/INF • R/R Ashland, Mass./Ashland AS A freshman (2010))

2011 EAGLES

Appeared in 35 games, starting in 23 of them…finished the season leading the team in complete games with nine, innings pitched with 140 and in strikeouts with 128….also recorded five wins and a 3.55 ERA on the year…she also hit the ball very well with a .250 average to go along with 10 runs scored and six RBI…threw two complete-game shutouts on the season on February 26 against Albany, and on April 20 against Boston University…both games she struck out a season-high nine batters and allowed only two hits…her big game with the bat came on February 28 against Stetson as she went 2-for-3 with two RBI and a home run.

BEFORE BC

2010 REVIEW

Had a career high school pitching record of 62-0...was named the Boston Globe Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009...honored as the Massachusetts Softball Gatorade Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009... three-time league MVP in high school...appeared in Sports Illustrated in the “New faces in the crowd” section in 2009.

PERSONAL

AS A freshman (2010))

Played in 44 games, starting 35 of them as the team’s primary center fielder…finished the season hitting .173 with three home runs and 10 runs scored…also finished third on the team in RBI with 14 and in doubles with five on the year…went 3-for-5 with a RBI against North Carolina on April 10…powered the Eagles to an ACC win against Maryland on May 9 going 2-for-3 with five RBI and a grand slam.

BEFORE BC Batted .433 with 11 homeruns and 24 RBI’s in her senior season...was a three-year Varsity Middlesex League All-Star...awarded Daily Times Chronicle Player of the Year in 2009...stared on the high school basketball team for four years as well.

PERSONAL Born August 18, 1991...enrolled in the Connell School of Nursing as a nursing major...daughter to John and Mary Pandolfo...has three older sisters Nicole, Angela and Danielle...Angela, ‘09 and Danielle, ‘10 both played softball at BC.

R EC OR D S

HIST ORY

Born May 13, 1991...enrolled in the Lynch School of Education as a secondary education and math double major...daughter of Russell and Jo-Anne D’Argento...has an older brother named Russell.

1 9 • M a r i a Pa n d o l f o SO • OF • R/R Reading, Mass./Reading Memorial

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Year 2010

GP/GS AVG 30/29 .250

AB 64

R 10

H 16

2B 3B HR BB RBI 4 0 1 4 6

p i t c h i n g S TAT I S T I C S Year

AP/GS ERA W-L CG SH SV IP

2010

35/23 3.55 5-14 9

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R

c a r e e r S TAT I S T I C S ER BB K

GP/GS AVG 44/35 .173

2/1 1 140.0 134 87 71 68 128

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R 10

H 14

2B 3B HR BB RBI 5 0 3 6 14


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4 • Amanda Horowitz FR • P • R/R Westminster, CA/Huntington Beach HS

PERSONAL Born May 19, 1992 … daughter of Gerald and Serena … has three brothers, Jerry, Matt and Nick … currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

3 • Nicole Koszowski FR • OF • R/R

Mountainside, N.J./Governor Livingston

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

Pitched a career total of 590 innings . . . 595 strikeouts . . . 13 shutouts . . . Named First Team All-Sea View League in 2010 . . . An All-Sea View League honorable mention in 2007 . . . named a second team All-Sea View League in 2009 . . . team MVP in 2007, 2009 and 2010 . . . named to the All-Tournament team at the Costa Mesa Tournament in 2010 . . . named to the All-Tournament team at the Woodbridge Tournament in 2009.

Co-caption as a senior . . . N.J. State Champions as a freshman and senior. . . Varsity Gold Letter Award Four consecutive seasons. . . named to the Mountain Valley Conference First Team as a sophomore, junior and senior . . . MVC Second Team as a freshman . . . named Courier News Freshman of the Year . . . named All-Area First Team as a junior . . . named the Star Ledger’s Player to Watch as a junior.

PERSONAL Born April 17, 1992 . . . daughter of Edward and Janice Koszowski . . . National Mathematics Honor Society member, Mu Alpha Theta . . . Althletic Honor Society, Varsity A . . . National Honor Society . . . Scott Hazelcorn children’s Foundation Award, for academic excellence and community service . . . Union County Interscholastic Athletic Conference 2009-2010 Scholar Athlete Award, for Governor Livingston High School . . . received the President Obama Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence in 2010 . . . also played varsity soccer . . . enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

PERSONAL Born April 19, 1992 . . . daughter of Edward and Joyce Horowitz . . .has a sister, Emily…received Principals Award as having the highest GPA on the team in 2008, 2009 and 2010 . . . received the 2007 pin award for biology . . . 2008 pin award for math . . . 2009 medal award for physics and pin award for math . . . 2010 pin award for Spanish and math . . . enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

HIS TORY

PERSONAL Born June 29, 1992 . . . daughter of Ronald and Catherine Ayers . . . has a sister, Stephanie . . . received the 2011 Eastside Catholic Crusader Award, given to honor the dedication of individuals who comprise the foundation of Eastside Catholic School . . . also played volleyball and basketball . . . enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

C O A C H E S

BEFORE BC Captain at Red Bank Catholic … led the Caseys to back-to-back state championships in 2008 and 2009 … won the Shore Conference Championship as senior … became the first team to ever capture three consecutive Monmouth County Tournament Championships, doing so from 2008-2010 … named to All-State team as a sophomore and a junior … received All-Shore honors for junior and senior seasons … set a Red Bank Catholic record for most double plays turned … distinguished as an honor roll student throughout time at Red Bank … also won the state championship as part of the tennis team.

2011 EAGLES

BEFORE BC A four-year varsity starter . . . team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior . . . four-time All-Metro League Honors First Team . . . represented the US in China as part of the Washington Cultural Exchange program attempting to bring awareness to softball and community activism on both international and national stage . . . first team to sweep China since 2001 . . . recognized as a top senior for the State Senior All-Star Team.

2 010 REVIEW

17 • Alana DiMaso FR • SS • R/R Holmdel, N.J. /Red Bank Catholic

RE C OR D S

2 • R o n n i e M a e Ay e r s FR • UTIL • R/R Duvall, Wash./Eastside Catholic

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CLASS OF 2014

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2011 EAGLES

CO A C H E S

8 • Chelsea LOBue FR • UTIL • R/R Scarsdale/Scarsdale, N.Y.

42 • Megan Scanlon FR • C • R/R • Lawrenceville, N.J. The Hun School of Princeton

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

A four-year starter and two-time captain as a catcher and third baseman under Dave Scagnelli at Scarsdale High School … collected All-Section I and All-League I-AA honors three times … lead Scarsdale to a league championship in 2008 with a .442 batting average, .895 slugging percentage, 36 RBI and eight home runs … named to the All-Conference Second-Team as a catcher in 2008, before returning to earn All-Star honors from the Journal News in 2009 … hailed as Scarsdale MVP in 2008 and 2009 … played travel ball with the Empire State Huskies U-18 Gold Travel team … led Empire State to a 2010 Pony State Championship (N.J.) by hitting .450 and slugging .770 … member of the Signifier Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars … National AP Scholar with Distinction … the 2010 recipient of the Nina F. Mooney Memorial Award as the Outstanding Female for Leadership, Athletics and Scholastics.

Team captain as a junior and senior . . . Named to the Star Ledger AllState Prep First Team as a junior and senior . . . named to the Middle Atlantic Prep League First Team as a junior and senior . . . MVP as a junior . . . received the Coaches Award as a sophomore . . . received Iron Woman Award all four years of high school . . . received the John R. Scott Memorial Award for excellence in athletics, school spirit and team leadership.

PERSONAL Born July 1, 1992 . . . daughter of Brian and Diane Scanlon . . . has a brother, Brian . . . received High Honors freshman, sophomore and junior year . . . a Peer Leader as a senior . . . played Varsity Field Hockey freshman and sophomore years. . . enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

PERSONAL Birthday is July 29, 1992 … daughter of Peter and Debra … has one sister (Ashley ’09) and one brother (Dylan) … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

R EC OR D S

HIST ORY

25 • Victoria Speer FR • OF • R/R Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Mission Viejo

1 6 • B r e e Ta n k e FR • 1B/OF • R/R Manalapan, N.J./Manalapan

BEFORE BC

BEFORE BC

Named Mission Viejo Offensive MVP as a freshman, junior and senior . . . named to the All-South Coast League First Team as a freshman, junior and senior . . . named Second Team All-Orange County junior and senior years . . . South Coast League MVP as a junior and senior . . .Mission Viejo High School Female Scholar Athlete Award . . . first number to be retired by MVHS softball team, #25 . . . hit 24 homeruns at MVHS . . . finished career with batting average over .350.

A four-year letter winner/starter . . . a two-time All-Shore Conference Team . . . named to the Asbury Park Press First Team, Class A North in 2007 and 2008 . . . played in the 2008 ASA Gold Nationals in Oklahoma City, Okla.

PERSONAL Born December 16, 1991 . . . daughter of James and Jan Tanke . . . has a sister, Kerry . . . enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

PERSONAL

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Born August 12, 1992 . . . daughter of Ken Speer . . . has a sibling, Jordan . . . enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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honors BIG EAST All-Tournament Team

N AT I O N A L H O N O R S

BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year

NFCA All-America

CO A C H E S

Cara Blumfield

BIG EAST HONORS

2002

Elena Ferrero (Tucson, Ariz.)

2003

Louisville Slugger

Jen Finley Boston College (staff)

1998 2003

Selected by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Renee Ramos Jenna Macchi Erin Mackey Kim Ryan

2008 2006, 2007 2003 2003

NFCA Second Team Britney Thompson Renee Ramos

2007 2010

Jen Asbury Alexis Beckman Mary Dietz Lisa Fischer Erin Mackey Angela Macsenti Deb Nasitka Julie Obear Kim Ryan Roseann Sheehan Chris Vicari

2001 1996, 1997 1997, 1998, 1999 2003 2003 1994 1995, 1997 1995 2000, 2003 1992 1998, 2000

All-BIG EAST SECOND team

ACC HONORS All-ACC FIRST TEAM Renee Ramos

All-ACC second TEAM

HIST ORY

Britney Thompson Jenna Macchi Renee Ramos

2010 2007 2006, 2007 2008

ACC All-Tournament Team Jenna Macchi Irene Delagrammaticas

2006 2008

ACC Player of the Week

R EC OR D S

Ashley Obrest Gemma Ypparila

April 24, 2006 May 5, 2008

Alexis Beckman Cara Blumfield Lauren Fischetti Jacqui Goodchild Summer Jarratt Tekae Malandris Jennifer Murray Deb Nasitka Ashley Obrest Jennifer Perrotta Laura Thompson

1995 2002 1998, 2000 2002, 2003 1999 2002, 2003 1999 1996 2005 1998 1997

All-BIG EAST THIRD team Kimmy Hopkin Tekae Malandris Britney Thompson Alexis Beckman Mary Dietz Jennifer Perrotta Kim Ryan

Cristin Brown Mary Dietz Jacqui Goodchild Summer Jarratt Tekae Malandris Jennifer Perrotta Kim Ryan

1994 1997 1998 2000 1997 1997 2001 1998 2001 1998 2000

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BIG EAST Rookie of the Year

BIG EAST All-Rookie Team

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1990 1990

BIG EAST Tournament Most Outstanding Player Mary Dietz Chris Vicari

1997 1998

BIG EAST Player of the Week All-BIG EAST first team

NFCA All-Regional

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BIG EAST Coach of the Year

NCAA All-Tournament

2010 REVIEW

Kim Ryan

(only selected in 1990) Stephanie Nardone Agnes Veloria

2011 softbalL MEDIA GUIDE

Kelly Cross Cara Blumfield Lisa Fischer Erin Mackey Jenna Macchi Deb Nasitka Deb Nasitka Julie Obear Laura Thompson

April 11, 1994 May 7, 2001 Feb. 25, 2002 March 18, 2002 March 24, 2003 April 1, 2003 Feb. 17, 2003 April 14, 2003 May 5, 2003 April 11, 2004 April 15, 1996 March 17, 1997 April 10, 1995 March 25, 1996

BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week Alexis Beckman Lauren Fischetti Mary Dietz Tekae Malandris Kim Ryan Britney Thompson Liz Walker

April 17, 1995 April 20, 1998 March 17, 1997 March 24, 1997 April 14, 1997 April 6, 1998 April 27, 1998 March 22, 1999 April 12, 1999 May 3, 1999 April 8, 2002 May 5, 2003 April 26, 2004 April 15, 2002 April 1, 2003 April 14, 2003 April 21, 2003 April 28, 2003 May 9, 2005 May 1, 1995 April 15, 1996

BIG EAST Rookie of the Week Cristin Brown Jennifer Perrotta Kim Ryan

April 7, 1997 April 6, 1998 April 10, 2000 April 17, 2000


C O L L E G E

HITS 1. Jacqui Goodchild 2. Cara Blumfield 3. Jenna Macchi 4. Alexis Beckman Renee Ramos 6. Cara Blumfield 7. Jacqui Goodchild Erin Mackey Summer Jarratt Liz Walker 11. Jacqui Goodchild Julie Obear

YEAR GP AB 2001 55 185 2001 55 157 2006 48 161 1996 49 153 2008 63 170 2002 52 128 2003 57 190 2003 53 153 1999 47 150 1996 49 147 2002 52 163 1995 52 171

H 62 61 61 58 58 57 56 56 56 56 52 52

GAMES PLAYED 1. Renee Ramos Taylor Peyton Amanda Booth Dani Weir Irene Delagrammaticas 6. Amy Tunstall Carley McNary 8. Jacqui Goodchild 9. Kristin Allain Jen Asbury Lisa Fischer Jacqui Goodchild 13. Erin Mackey Jenna Macchi Ashley Obrest Cara Blumfield 17. Kimmy Hopkin Jen Asbury Cara Blumfield Alison Erbig Lisa Fischer Jacqui Goodchild

YEAR 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

GP 63 63 63 63 63 61 61 58 57 57 57 57 56 56 56 56 55 55 55 55 55 55

YEAR 2001 2008 1998 1999 2002 1996 2006 2003 2008 2007 2006 2007 2003 2003 2006

GP RBI 55 51 63 45 53 40 48 38 52 37 45 37 48 35 53 33 63 32 44 31 48 30 43 30 56 29 57 29 48 29

DOUBLES 1. Taylor Peyton 2. Jenna Macchi 3. Jen Asbury Cara Blumfield Erin Mackey Deb Nasitka 7. Lisa Fischer 8. Ashley Obrest Sue Corwin Britney Thompson Dani Weir 12. Renee Ramos Jenna Macchi Renee Ramos Lisa Fischer Chris Vicari Gretchen Thompson Julie Ulbrich Laura Thompson Kelly Cross Liz Walker

YEAR 2008 2006 2002 2002 2002 1996 2003 2005 1995 2007 2008 2010 2007 2006 2001 2000 1998 1998 1997 1996 1996

GP 63 48 51 52 51 45 57 45 52 44 63 48 43 48 55 45 53 45 47 49 49

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RUNS BATTED IN 1. Cara Blumfield 2. Renee Ramos 3. Chris Vicari 4. Chris Vicari 5. Cara Blumfield Deb Nasitka 7. Elena Ferrero 8. Erin Mackey 9. Dani Weir 10. Britney Thompson 11. Ashley Obrest Jenna Macchi 13. Cara Blumfield Lisa Fischer Jenna Macchi

2 011 EAGLES

YEAR GP RUN 2001 55 39 1995 52 37 2006 48 35 2007 43 31 2003 56 30 2003 57 30 2001 55 30 2008 63 30 1997 47 30 1996 49 30 1995 52 30 2004 56 29 2001 55 29 1998 53 29

GS 63 63 63 63 62 61 59 58 57 57 57 57 56 56 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55

2B 15 14 13 13 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

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RUNS SCORED 1. Cara Blumfield 2. Julie Obear 3. Jenna Macchi 4. Jenna Macchi 5. Cara Blumfield Lisa Fischer Jacqui Goodchild Taylor Peyton Laura Thompson Liz Walker Kate Giardi 12. Jenna Macchi Summer Jarratt Chris Vicari

YEAR 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2004 2003 2004 2004 2003 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

HISTORY

BATTING (Minimums: .300 and 100 at-bats) YEAR GP AB H AVG. 1. Cara Blumfield 2002 52 128 51 .445 2. Cara Blumfield 2001 55 157 61 .389 Britney Thompson 2007 44 131 51 .389 4. Liz Walker 1996 49 147 56 .381 5. Jenna Macchi 2006 48 161 61 .379 Alexis Beckman 1996 49 153 58 .379 7. Summer Jarratt 1999 47 150 56 .373 8. Erin Mackey 2003 53 153 56 .366 9. Chris Vicari 1999 48 132 47 .356 10. Renee Ramos 2010 48 132 46 .348 11. Deb Nasitka 1997 48 144 50 .347 12. Deb Nasitka 1996 45 145 50 .345 13. Renee Ramos 2008 63 170 58 .341 Alexis Beckman 1994 45 135 46 .341 15. Jacqui Goodchild 2001 55 185 62 .335 16. Jenna Macchi 2007 43 145 48 .331 17. Britney Thompson 2005 36 103 34 .330 18. Laura Thompson 1997 47 141 46 .326 Kelly Cross 1995 49 138 45 .326 20. Elena Ferrero 2006 48 142 46 .324 21. Jen Asbury 2001 55 159 51 .321 Jenn Perrotta 1998 50 131 42 .321 23. Lauren Fischetti 2000 45 128 41 .320 24. Jacqui Goodchild 2002 52 163 52 .319 25. Maria Montouri 1985 .317 26. Laura Thompson 1995 49 134 42 .313 27. Kimmy Hopkin 2005 45 148 46 .311 Jen Asbury 2000 45 135 42 .311 29. Chris Vicari 1998 53 155 48 .310 30. Angela Macsenti 1994 44 136 42 .309 31. Alexis Beckman 1995 51 150 46 .307 32. Sue Corwin 1995 52 161 49 .304 Julie Obear 1995 52 171 52 .304 34. Deb Nasitka 1995 49 155 47 .303 35. Alison Erbig 2001 55 159 48 .302 36 Chris Vicari 2000 45 133 40 .301 37. Julie Obear 1994 37 110 33 .300

GAMES STARTED 1. Renee Ramos Taylor Peyton Amanda Booth Dani Weir 5. Irene Delagrammaticas 6. Carley McNary 7. Amy Tunstall 8. Jacqui Goodchild 9. Kristin Allain Jen Asbury Lisa Fischer Jacqui Goodchild 13. Jenna Macchi Cara Blumfield 15. Erin Mackey Ashley Obrest Kimmy Hopkin Jen Asbury Cara Blumfield Alison Erbig Lisa Fischer Jacqui Goodchild

R ECO R DS

HITTING

YEAR GP AB 2008 63 201 2004 58 192 2003 57 190 2001 55 185 2008 63 185 2008 61 179 2008 63 178 2008 63 176 2008 63 173 2009 51 173 1995 52 171 2008 63 170 2003 57 169 1998 53 167 2001 55 166 2002 52 163 2003 56 162 1996 49 162

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single season

AT-BATS 1. Taylor Peyton 2. Jacqui Goodchild 3. Jacqui Goodchild 4. Jacqui Goodchild Dani Weir 5. Amy Tunstall 6. Amanda Booth 7. Irene Delagrammaticas 8. Carley McNary Irene Delagrammaticas 10. Julie Obear 11. Renee Ramos 12. Lisa Fischer 13. Gretchen Thompson 14. Summer Jarratt 15. Jacqui Goodchild 16. Cara Blumfield Laura Thompson

OUTLOOK

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B O S T O N

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O U T LO O K

individual records (cont.)

TRIPLES 1. Kimmy Hopkin Julie Obear 3. Cara Blumfield Summer Jarratt Deb Nasitka Kelly Cross 6. Cara Blumfield Amanda Booth Erin Mackey Kelly Cross

YEAR 2004 1995 2001 2001 1995 1994 2003 2008 2003 1993

GP 3B 52 5 52 5 55 4 55 4 49 4 44 4 56 3 63 3 53 3 36 3

HOMERUNS 1. Cara Blumfield 2. Britney Thompson 3. Renee Ramos Chris Vicari 5. Britney Thompson Cara Blumfield Lisa Fischer Renee Ramos 9. Chris Vicari Jenna Macchi 11. Dani Weir Dani Weir Britney Thompson Cara Blumfield Chris Vicari Deb Nasitka 13. Dani Weir Jenna Macchi Britney Thompson Ashley Obrest Erin Mackey Renee Ramos

YEAR 2001 2007 2010 1998 2006 2003 2003 2008 2000 2007 2009 2008 2004 2002 1999 1996 2010 2006 2005 2005 2003 2007

GP 55 44 48 53 47 56 57 63 45 43 48 63 52 52 48 45 49 48 36 45 53 44

TOTAL BASES 1. Cara Blumfield 2. Britney Thompson 2. Cara Blumfield 3. Jenna Macchi 4. Renee Ramos 5. Lisa Fischer 6. Renee Ramos 7. Erin Mackey 8. Chris Vicari 9. Cara Blumfield Deb Nasitka 11. Jenna Macchi

YEAR 2001 2007 2002 2006 2008 2003 2010 2003 1998 2003 1996 2007

GP TB 55 117 44 100 51 98 48 96 63 95 57 92 48 91 53 90 53 88 56 87 45 87 43 85

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R EC OR D S

HISTORY

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C O A C H E S

SINGLE SEASON

HR 14 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (Minimun 100 at-bats) YEAR GP AB SLG% 1. Cara Blumfield 2002 52 128 .766 2. Britney Thompson 2007 44 131 .763 3. Cara Blumfield 2001 55 157 .745 4. Renee Ramos 2010 48 132 .689 5. Deb Nasitka 1996 45 145 .600 6. Britney Thompson 2004 52 120 .598 7. Jenna Macchi 2006 48 161 .596 8. Britney Thompson 2005 36 103 .592 9. Chris Vicari 1999 47 132 .591 10. Erin Mackey 2003 53 153 .588 11. Jenna Macchi 2007 43 145 .586 WALKS (Min. 75 at bats) YEAR GP AB 1. Brittany Wilkins 2009 49 143 2. Renee Ramos 2008 63 170 3. Ashley Obrest 2006 48 130 Erin Mackey 2004 56 145 5. Summer Jarratt 2001 55 166 6. Jen Asbury 2003 57 155 Cara Blumfield 2001 55 157 8. Renee Ramos 2006 48 122 9. Cara Blumfield 2003 56 162 Cara Blumfield 2002 52 128 Amy Tunstall 2008 63 179 12. Lisa Fischer 2001 55 152 Summer Jarratt 1998 46 126

BB 31 30 28 28 27 25 25 24 21 21 21 20 20

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE (Minimum 100 at-bats) YEAR GP AB OB% 1. Cara Blumfield 2002 52 128 .535 2. Cara Blumfield 2001 55 157 .479 3. Renee Ramos 2008 63 170 .462 4. Britney Thompson 2007 44 131 .447 5. Renee Ramos 2010 48 132 .430 5. Chris Vicari 1999 47 132 .428 6. Alexis Beckman 1996 49 153 .425 7. Ashley Obrest 2006 48 130 .423 Summer Jarratt 1999 47 150 .423 9. Britney Thompson 2005 36 103 .420 10. Brittany Wilkins 2009 49 143 .416 STOLEN BASES YEAR GP SB-SBA 1. Emily Dejardins 1998 50 23-25 (.920) 2. Cristin Brown 1998 51 20-22 (.909) 3. Cristin Brown 1997 45 15-17 (.882) Carley McNary 2008 61 15-21 (.714) 5. Cara Blumfield 2001 55 13-16 (.813) 6. Kimmy Hopkin 2004 52 12-14 (.857) 7. Cara Blumfield 2002 52 11-12 (.917) 8 Irene Delagrammaticas ‘09 51 10-14 (.714) 9. Alison Erbig 2001 54 9-11 (.818) 10. Jacqui Goodchild 2001 55 8-11 (.727) 11. Carley McNary 2005 45 7-9 (.778) Julie Ulbrich 1998 45 7-8 (.875) Deb Nasitka 1995 49 7-8 (.875)

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SACRIFICES YEAR SF SH 1. Julie Obear 1995 1 14 2. Jen Asbury 2003 1 12 Kelly Cross 1996 0 13 Irene Delagrammaticas ‘08 0 13 5. Amanda Booth 2008 0 11 Jenna Macchi 2004 0 11 Deb Nasitka 1995 3 8 8. Lauren Fischetti 1998 3 7 Irene Delagrammaticas ‘09 0 10 9. Amanda Booth 2006 0 9 Ann Marie Ambros 2000 0 9 Rachel Peterson 1996 0 9 12. Nicole D’Argento 2010 1 7 Irene Delagrammaticas ‘10 0 8 Jen Asbury 2002 0 8 Jen Lombardi 2002 0 8 Summer Jarratt 2001 2 6 Melissa Maikos 1998 2 6 Deb Nasitka 1994 0 8

SAC 15 13 13 13 11 11 11 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

PITCHING EARNED RUN AVERAGE (Min. 10 appearances) YEAR APP INN ERA 1. Lesley Lane 1985 - - 1.12 2. Tricia Murray 1992 14 96.1 1.24 3. Tekae Malandris 2001 34 159.2 1.32 Liz Walker 1995 29 206.1 1.32 5. Lauren Fischetti 1998 29 205.1 1.33 6. Kimberly Ryan 2000 34 186.0 1.47 7. Kelli Weaver 1992 19 128.0 1.48 8. Mary Dietz 1997 27 120.1 1.51 9. Tekae Malandris 2004 33 146.1 1.53 Brooke Shull 2001 21 77.2 1.53 APPEARANCES 1. Allison Gage 2. Kim Ryan 3. Tekae Malandris 4. Taylor Peyton 5. Nicole D’Argento 6. Kim Ryan Tekae Malandris Kimberly Ryan 9. Savana Lloyd Britney Thompson Tekae Malandris Britney Thompson Mary Dietz 14. Allison Gage Alexis Beckman Britney Thompson Taylor Peyton

YEAR APP. 2008 51 2003 39 2003 38 2008 36 2010 35 2002 34 2001 34 2000 34 2006 33 2006 33 2004 33 2004 33 1998 33 2010 32 1995 32 2007 32 2009 32

SAVES 1. Mary Dietz 2. Britney Thompson Brooke Shull Lauren Fischetti 5. Savana Lloyd Britney Thompson Allison Gage

YEAR SAVES 1998 5 2006 4 1999 4 1998 4 2006 3 2004 3 2008 3


B O S T O N

C O L L E G E

YEAR 1998 2003 2003 2000 1999 1997 2001 2002 2004 2002 2001

APP. 33 39 39 34 27 27 34 34 33 31 30

STARTS 1. Allison Gage 2. Kim Ryan 3. Kim Ryan 4. Alexis Beckman Liz Walker 6. Michelle Daly Britney Thompson Mary Dietz Liz Walker 10. Kim Ryan Alexis Beckman Alexis Beckman Taylor Peyton

YEAR 2008 2000 2002 1995 1995 2005 2007 1998 1994 2003 1996 1994 2009

STARTS 35 28 27 26 26 25 25 25 25 24 24 24 24

COMPLETE GAMES 1. Liz Walker 2. Alexis Beckman 3. Alexis Beckman Alexis Beckman Allison Gage 6. Mary Dietz Kelli Weaver 8. Liz Walker 9. Kimberly Ryan Tricia Murray 11. Mary Dietz Liz Walker

YEAR 1994 1994 1996 1995 2008 1998 1992 1995 2000 1992 1999 1996

STARTS 25 24 24 26 35 25 19 26 28 18 23 20

REC 19-19 17-10 16-7 16-5 16-7 16-5 16-9 15-8 15-8 13-9 13-10 13-11 13-12 13-14 KS 240 219 206 197 195 173 166 158 140 136 136

BATTERS’ AVERAGE (Minimum 10 appearances) YEAR AP BF B/AVE. 1. Mary Dietz 1998 33 630 .180 2. Mary Dietz 1997 27 468 .181 3. Tekae Malandris 2002 31 467 .184 4. Tekae Malandris 2001 34 585 .188 5. Tekae Malandris 2003 38 583 .192 Tricia Murray 1992 14 352 .192 7. Kim Ryan 2003 39 564 .199 8. Kelli Weaver 1992 19 511 .211 9. Brooke Shull 2001 21 288 .212 10. Britney Thompson 2004 33 446 .213

career Hitting HITS Jacqui Goodchild (2001 – 04) – 221 Cara Blumfield (2000 – 03) - 214 Alexis Beckman (1994-97) – 187 Deb Nasitka (1994-97) – 184 Jenna Macchi (2004 – 07) – 178 Renee Ramos (2006 – 10) - 177 HOME RUNS Brittney Thompson (2004 – 07) – 37 Cara Blumfield (2000 – 03) – 34 Chris Vicari (1997-00) - 31 Renee Ramos (2006 – 10) – 30 Dani Weir (2007 – 10) – 25 Jenna Macchi (2004 – 07) - 21

CG 23 22 21 21 21 19 19 18 16 16 15 15

C O A C H E S

STRIKEOUTS 1. Mary Dietz 2. Kim Ryan 3. Tekae Malandris 4. Kim Ryan 5. Mary Dietz 6. Mary Dietz 7. Tekae Malandris 8. Kim Ryan 9. Tekae Malandris 10. Tekae Malandris Kim Ryan

WIN 19 17 16 16 16 16 16 15 15 13 13 13 13 13

BATTING AVERAGE (At least 400 career AB’s) Cara Blumfield (2000 – 03) - .348 Alexis Beckman (1994-97) – .325 Brittney Thompson (2004 – 07) - .321 Renee Ramos (2006 – 10) - .313 Deb Nasitka (1994-97) - .311 Chris Vicari (1997-00) - .308

2 011 EAGLES

AP 51 - 39 29 33 27 29 25 25 33 38 36 34 32

SHO 9 9 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

RUNS BATTED IN Cara Blumfield (2000 – 03) - 127 Chris Vicari (1997-00) – 119 Renee Ramos (2006 – 10) – 116 Brittney Thompson (2004 – 07) - 111 Deb Nasitka (1994-97) – 102 Ashley Obrest (2004 – 07) - 95 RUNS SCORED Cara Blumfield (2000 – 03) - 123 Jenna Macchi (2004 – 07) – 119 Jacqui Goodchild (2001 – 04) - 110 Deb Nasitka (1994-97) – 104 Brittney Thompson (2004 – 07) – 92 Alexis Beckman (1994-97) – 89

2 010 REVIEW

YEAR 2008 1985 2003 1998 1998 1997 1995 1997 1994 2004 2003 2008 2000 1995

YEAR 2003 1996 1998 2002 1997 2002 1999 1997 1995 2008 2004 2003 2001 2001 2000 1998 1995 1994 1985

Cara Blumfield’s career batting average of .348 is first all-time at BC.

Pitching WINS Alexis Beckman (1994-97) – 55 Kim Ryan (2000 – 03) - 51 Brittney Thompson (2004 – 07) – 46 Tekae Malandris (2001 – 04) - 43 Mary Dietz (1997-1999) – 43 Liz Walker (1993-96) - 42

HISTORY

WINS 1. Allison Gage Lesley Lane 2. Kim Ryan Lauren Fischetti Mary Dietz Alexis Beckman Liz Walker 7. Mary Dietz Liz Walker 9. Britney Thompson Tekae Malandris Taylor Peyton Kim Ryan Alexis Beckman

SHUTOUTS 1. Kim Ryan Alexis Beckman 2. Mary Dietz 3. Kim Ryan Alexis Beckman 5. Tekae Malandris 6. Mary Dietz Mary Dietz Liz Walker 9. Allison Gage Tekae Malandris Tekae Malandris Tekae Malandris Brooke Shull Kimberly Ryan Lauren Fischetti Alexis Beckman Liz Walker Lesley Lane

STRIKEOUTS Kim Ryan (2000 – 03) - 710 Tekae Malandris (2001 – 04) - 648 Mary Dietz (1997-99) – 608 Brittney Thompson (2004 – 07) - 349 Taylor Peyton (2007 – 10) – 273 Michelle Daly (2002- 05) - 217

R ECO R DS

INN. 245.2 206.1 205.1 186.0 171.0 169.0 168.2 164.0 164.0 162.1 159.2

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (At least 400 career IP) Mary Dietz (1997-99) – 1.58 Tekae Malandris (2001 – 04) – 1.62 Alexis Beckman (1994-97) – 1.80 Liz Walker (1993-96) – 1.99 Kim Ryan (2000 – 03) – 2.18 Allison Gage (2008 – Present) – 3.04 COMPLETE GAMES Alexis Beckman (1994-97) – 78 Liz Walker (1993-96) – 57 Mary Dietz (1997-99) – 47 Kim Ryan (2000 – 03) - 46 Tekae Malandris (2001 – 04) - 39 Allison Gage (2008-Present) – 34

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YEAR 2008 1995 1998 2000 1998 1994 1995 2002 1996 2009 2001

INNINGS 1. Allison Gage 2. Liz Walker 3. Lauren Fischetti 4. Kim Ryan 5. Mary Dietz 6. Liz Walker 7. Alexis Beckman 8. Kim Ryan Alexis Beckman 10. Taylor Peyton 11. Tekae Malandris

OUTLOOK

individual records

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2 011 EAGLES

C O A C H E S

O U T LO O K

TEAM records BATTING GP 1. 1995 52 2. 1996 49 3. 2006 48 4. 2003 57 5. 2001 55 6. 1999 47 1998 53 1997 49 9. 2010 49

AB 1419 1326 1234 1460 1474 1230 1409 1274 1223

H 398 368 337 396 397 330 377 341 282

HITS 1. 1995 2. 2001 3. 2003 4. 1998 5. 1996 6. 2008 7. 2004 8. 1997 9. 2010

GP 52 66 57 53 49 63 58 49 49

AB 1419 1474 1460 1409 1326 1607 1527 1274 1223

H 398 397 396 377 368 365 349 341 282

AT-BATS 1. 2008 2. 2004 3. 2001 4. 2003 5. 1995 6. 1998 7. 2009 8. 1996 9. 1994 10. 2010

GP 63 58 55 57 52 53 51 49 47 49

AB 1607 1527 1474 1460 1419 1409 1327 1326 1297 1223

HISTORY

GAMES PLAYED 1. 2008 63 2. 2004 58 3. 2003 57 4. 2001 55 5. 1998 53 6. 2002 52 1995 52 8. 2010 49 GP 48 57 55 63 58 53 52 49 49 49

RBI 195 187 187 179 176 176 171 157 157 136

RUNS 1. 1998 2. 2006 2001 4. 1995 5. 2008 6. 2003 7. 2004 8. 1994 9. 1997 10. 2010

GP 53 48 55 52 63 57 58 47 49 49

RUNS 231 214 214 211 204 201 199 197 188 159

DOUBLES 1. 1996 2. 2002 3. 1995 4. 2003 5. 2006 6. 2005 7. 1997 8. 2001 1998 10. 2010

GP 49 52 52 57 48 45 49 55 53 49

2B 71 68 66 63 62 58 56 55 55 42

TRIPLES 1. 1995 2. 1994 3. 2001 4. 2008 2004 1996 7. 2003 1998 1992 10. 2010

GP 52 47 55 63 58 49 57 53 34 49

3B 18 14 11 9 9 9 7 7 7 3

HOME RUNS 1. 2003 2. 2007 3. 2006 4. 2008 5. 2009 6. 2010 7. 2005 8. 2001 9. 2004 2002 11. 1998 12. 2000

GP 57 44 48 63 51 49 45 55 58 52 53 45

HR 44 42 36 35 33 31 28 25 24 24 23 21

TOTAL BASES GP 1. 2003 57 2. 2001 55 3. 2008 63 4. 1995 52 5. 1998 53 6. 2006 48 7. 1996 49 8. 2004 58 9. 2002 52 10. 2010 49

TB 605 549 540 530 515 509 502 488 480 423

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE GP AB SLG% 1. 2003 57 1460 .414 2. 2006 48 1234 .412 2007 44 1159 .412 4. 1996 49 1326 .379 5. 1995 52 1419 .374 6. 2002 52 1292 .372 2001 55 1474 .372 8. 2010 49 1223 .346 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE GP AB OB% 1. 2006 48 1234 .360 2. 2003 57 1460 .339 3. 2001 55 1474 .336 4. 1998 53 1409 .332 5. 1996 49 1326 .325 6. 2007 44 1159 .326 7. 1999 47 1230 .322 8. 2010 49 1223 .299

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WALKS 1. 2009 2. 2008 3. 2006 4. 2001 5. 1998 6. 2004 2003 8. 2005 9. 2010 10. 2007 11. 1999 12. 1994 13. 2002 1997

GP 51 63 48 55 53 58 57 45 49 44 47 47 52 49

AB 1327 1607 1234 1474 1409 1527 1460 1200 1223 1159 1230 1297 1292 1274

BB 155 148 139 137 135 132 132 116 103 99 91 88 86 86

Year-By-Year Records RECORD (CONFERENCE) 1984 5-15 1985 19-11 1986 17-16 1987 16-17 1988 25-11 1989 23-12-1 1990 26-17-1 1991 26-14 1992 15-19 (3-4 Big East) 1993 15-21 (7-9 Big East) 1994 26-21 (7-9 Big East) 1995 29-23 (13-7 Big East) 1996 28-21 (9-11 Big East) 1997 36-13 (11-5 Big East) 1998 38-14-1 (13-3-1 Big East) 1999 27-20 (11-5 Big East) 2000 20-25 (9-7 Big East) 2001 31-24 (7-13 Big East) 2002 26-26 (11-9 Big East) 2003 35-22 (14-5 Big East) 2004 33-25 (11-9 Big East) 2005 20-25 (6-10 Big East) 2006 22-26 (6-15 ACC) 2007 15-31 (5-16 ACC) 2008 32-31 (7-14 ACC) 2009 18-33 (3-15 ACC) 2010 16-33 (2-18 ACC) Nancy McGuire (237-182-2, 39-40 Big East) Jen Finley (294-215-1, 102-77-1 Big East) Jen Finley (103-154, 23-78 ACC) Overall 639-566-3

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RBI 1. 2006 2. 2003 2001 4. 2008 5. 2004 1998 7. 1995 8. 1997 1996 10. 2010

AVG .280 .278 .273 .271 .269 .268 .268 .268 .231

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GP 53 63 58 53 57 55 51 52 49 49

INN. 431.1 421.1 403.2 399.0 381.2 378.0 352.1 343.2 332.0 316.2

tWINS 1. 1998 2. 1997 3. 2003 4. 2004 5. 2008

GP 53 49 57 58 63

RECORD 38-14 36-13 35-22 33-25 32-31

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9.

1995 1996 1998 2008 1997 1993 1992 2010

52 49 53 63 49 36 34 49

39 38 34 32 31 31 31 14

SAVES 1. 1998 2. 2006 3. 1997 4. 2005 2004 2003 7. 2010

GP 53 48 49 45 58 57 49

SAVES 9 7 5 4 4 4 3

SHUTOUTS 1. 2003 1997 3. 2002 4. 1998 2001 6. 1996 7. 2010

GP 57 49 52 53 55 49 49

SHO 21 21 16 15 15 14 5

STRIKEOUTS 1. 2003 2. 2004 3. 2001 4. 1998 5. 2002 6. 1999 7 2009 8. 2000 9. 2010

GP 57 58 55 53 52 47 51 45 49

B/AVG. .204 .206 .210 .217 .231 .231 .233

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BATTERS’ AVERAGE GP BF 1. 2003 57 1399 1992 34 898 3. 2001 55 1384 4. 2002 52 1251 5. 2010 49 1258 1997 49 1268 6. 1993 36 1139

CG 45

HISTORY

COMPLETE GAMES GP 1. 1994 47

K’S 495 341 367 328 324 287 241 233 202

C O A C H E S

31-24 29-23 28-21 16-33

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55 52 49 49

R ECO R DS

INNINGS 1. 1998 2. 2008 3. 2004 4. 1995 5. 2003 6. 2001 7. 2009 8. 2002 9. 1996 10. 2010

2001 1995 1996 2010

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FIELDING PERCENTAGE GP PO A E FLD% 1. 1997 49 973 483 37 .975 2. 2000 45 894 335 34 .973 3. 2003 57 1145 374 43 .972 4. 2006 48 942 425 46 .967 1999 47 935 433 60 .967 6. 2007 44 860 413 48 .964 2009 51 1057 475 58 .964 8. 2001 55 1134 452 65 .961 9. 2005 45 916 386 54 .960 2002 52 1032 393 60 .960 1998 53 1083 364 61 .960 EARNED RUN AVERAGE GP R ER INN. ERA 1. ‘92 34 93 45 232.1 1.36 2. ‘95 52 143 84 399.0 1.47 3. ‘97 49 84 69 326.2 1.48 4. ‘98 53 116 100 431.1 1.62 5. ‘01 55 133 89 378.0 1.65 6. ‘10 49 228 173 316.2 3.82

6. 7. 8. 9.

The 1998 Boston College softball team finished 38-14-1 overall and 13-3-1 in the BIG EAST conference season.

STOLEN BASE SB-SBA 1. 1998 53 73-80 (.913) 2. 2001 55 47-58 (.810) 3. 2002 52 35-49 (.714) 4. 2008 63 33-51 (.647) 5. 2009 51 31-45 (.689) 6. 1997 49 27-32 (.844) 2004 58 27-41 (.659) 8. 1995 52 26-30 (.867) 2005 45 26-34 (.765) SACRIFICE HITS SF SH SAC 1. 1998 24 44 68 2. 1995 6 56 62 3. 2002 7 52 60 2001 9 51 60 5. 2003 13 45 58 6. 1996 5 49 54 2009 4 50 54 8. 2010 1 50 51

OUTLOOK

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2010 Boston College Softball Overall Statistics for Boston College (as of May 18, 2010) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)

O U T LO O K

2010 statistics

Record: 16-33

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C O A C H E S

Player

avg gp-gs

6 Renee Ramos

.348 48-48

9 Allie Thunstrom

.306 30-21

ab

r

Home: 5-11 h

2b 3b hr

132 25 46 10 49

8 15

0

Away: 5-16 rbi

Neutral: 6-6

tb slg%

po

a

1 11 23 91

.689 16

3 25

0

.430

0

3

1-2

106

82

7 .964

0

.306

2

1 13

0

.346

0

4

4-5

34

1

0 1.000

.359

4

0 17

0

.290

1

7

0-0

16

33

2 .961

.366 18

0 31

0

.340

0

4

0-1

147

19

0 1.000

0

3 15 6 23

bb hp

ACC: 2-18

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

e fld%

13 Nicole D'Argento

.250 30-29

64 10 16

4

0

1

44 Amy Tunstall

.244 48-45

123 11 30

3

0

4 13 45

24 Dani Weir

.234 49-49

137 17 32

3

0

7 25 56

.409 12

1 39

0

.300

0

3

3-5

101

79

13 .933

23 Alison Kooistra

.224 44-39

98

8 22

4

2

0 11 30

.306

9

0 27

0

.290

0

4

1-2

28

2

4 .882

2 Blair Destito

.223 45-43

112

9 25

1

0

1

.259

9

1 26

1

.287

0

2

0-0

257

11

7 .975

5 Brittany Wilkins

.217 48-46

120 17 26

6

0

3 14 41

.342 13

5 36

0

.319

0

7

1-1

90

31

2 .984

21 ReneDelagrammaticas

.215 49-48

135 18 29

0

0

0

6 29

.215

1

1 25

0

.226

0

8

5-6

71

96

13 .928

19 Maria Pandolfo

.173 44-35

81 10 14

5

0

3 14 28

.346

6

2 32

0

.247

0

6

2-3

39

2

2 .953

27 Taylor Peyton

.167 27-16

42

4

7

2

0

0

2

9

.214

5

0 11

1

.255

0

2

0-1

16

16

3 .914

22 Gemma Ypparila

.129 38-12

62

1

8

2

0

0

3 10

.161

3

0 17

0

.169

0

0

0-0

12

1

0 1.000 0 .000

6 29

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.250

4

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

.250

0

1

2

0

.400

0

0

0-0

0

0

18 Lizzy Ploen

.238 38-16

21

8

5

0

0

0

1

5

.238

2

1

9

0

.333

0

0

2-4

16

2

1 .947

.200

25

4

5

2

0

0

7

7

.280

1

0

8

1

.231

0

0

0-0

1

1

0 1.000

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5-1 26-1

15 Danielle Pandolfo

.067 27-15

12 Carolyn Jones

.000

17-0

11 Allison Gage

.000

1-0

15

3

1

0

0

1

2

4

.267

2

1

9

0

.222

0

0

0-0

13

2

0 1.000

2

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

1

0

.000

0

0

1-1

0

0

0 .000

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

0

0

.000

3

35

Totals

.231

49

1223

159

282

42

3 31

136

423

.346

103 17

328

3

.299

1 50

20-31

0-0

950

413

58

.959

Opponents

.289

49

1258

228

363

42

4 56

210

581

.462

135 19

202

7

.364

9 44

42-59

976

352

55

.960

4 .905

LOB - Team (262), Opp (289). DPs turned - Team (16), Opp (10). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (2), Ramos, R. 2, Opp (7). Picked off - Thunstrom, A 1.

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(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

era

w-l

app gs

cg

sho

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

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3.41

6-8

32 14

3

0/2

sv

1 104.2 130

ip

74

51

36

41

14

3b

2 18

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

.298

3

7

1

1 12

13 Nicole D'Argento

3.55 5-14

35 23

9

2/1

1 140.0 134

87

71

68 128

16

1 21

.254

6

7

1

5 21

27 Taylor Peyton

4.96 5-11

1 17

.336

6

30 11

2

1/1

1

72.0

99

67

51

31

33

12

5

0

3 11

Totals

3.82

16-33

49 49

14

5/2

3

316.2

363

228

173

135

202

42

4

56

.289

15 19

2

9

44

Opponents

2.50

33-16

49 49

27

10/2

2

325.1

282

159

116

103

328

42

3

31

.231

20 17

1

1

50

PB - Team (3), Wilkins, B. 2, Tunstall, A. 1, Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (1), Tunstall, A. 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Tunstall, A.

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(21-32), Wilkins, B. (21-27), D'Argento, N (15-22), Gage, A. (14-20), Peyton, T. (13-17).

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The Automated ScoreBook Statistics Summary for Boston College (as of Mar 25, 2011) (All games)

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6 Renee Ramos 9 Allie Thunstrom 13 Nicole D'Argento 10 Lisa Omoto 44 Amy Tunstall 18 Lizzy Ploen 24 Dani Weir 23 Alison Kooistra 2 Blair Destito 5 Brittany Wilkins 21 Rene Delagram 7 Ali Lynette-Krech 19 Maria Pandolfo 27 Taylor Peyton 22 Gemma Ypparila 15 Daneille Pandolf 12 Caroyln Jones 11 Allison Gage

avg gp-gs 48-48 31-21 30-28 5-1 48-45 38-16 49-49 44-39 45-44 48-46 49-48 26-1 43-35 27-16 38-12 27-15 17-0 1-0

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

bb hbp

132 50 61 4 124 21 137 98 115 120 135 25 80 42 62 15 2 1

25 8 10 1 11 8 17 8 9 17 18 4 10 4 1 3 5 0

46 15 16 1 30 5 32 22 25 26 29 5 14 7 8 1 0 0

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

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

11 0 1 0 4 0 7 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0

23 3 6 0 13 1 25 11 6 14 6 7 14 2 3 2 0 0

16 2 4 0 18 2 12 9 9 13 1 1 6 5 3 2 0 0

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

Totals

.230

49

1224

159

282

42

3

31

136

103

17

Opponents

.289

49

1258

228

363

42

4

56

210

135

19

.348 .300 .262 .250 .242 .238 .234 .224 .217 .217 .215 .200 .175 .167 .129 .067 .000 .000

so sb-att 1-2 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-4 3-5 1-2 0-0 1-1 5-6 0-0 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 328 20-31 202 42-59

25 13 17 2 31 9 39 27 26 36 25 8 32 11 17 9 1 0

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W

Player

5-6 1-3 10-2 19-0 4-0 5-2 6-2 3-5 2-5 2-1 3-1 1-2 2-3 0-4 0-4 4-6 1-2 5-2 8-0 0-7 0-4 0-6 3-11 2-3 0-7 3-4 0-6 8-0 1-6 1-4 9-16 1-4 5-4 6-4 0-9 3-11 0-4 5-0 2-1 4-6 2-4 5-11 7-6 2-8 1-3 6-3 1-5 0-8 1-13

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Score

LOB - Team (256), Opp (289). DPs turned - Team (16), Opp (10). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (2), R. Ramos 2, Opp (7). Picked off - A. Thunstrom 1. Player

22 Gemma Ypparila 5 Brittany Wilkins 11 Allison Gage 13 Nicole D'Argento 27 Taylor Peyton

era

w-l

0.00 0-0 0.00 0-0 3.54 6-9 3.55 5-13 4.96 5-11

app gs cg sh sv

1 0 1 1 32 14 35 23 30 11

0 0 3 9 2

0 0 0 2 1

0 0 1 1 1

h

r

er

0.0 0 0.0 0 104.2 130 140.0 134 72.0 99

ip

0 0 74 87 67

0 0 53 71 51

bb

so

0 0 0 0 36 41 68 128 31 33

Totals

3.87

16-33

49

49

14

5

3

316.2

363

228

175

135

202

Opponents

2.50

33-16

49

49

27

10

2

325.1

282

159

116

103

328

HISTORY

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PB - Team (3), B. Wilkins 2, A. Tunstall 1, Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (1), A. Tunstall 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - A. Tunstall (21-32), B. Wilkins (21-27), N. D'Argento (15-22), A. Gage (14-20), T. Peyton (13-17). Score by innings Boston College Opponents

1 0 0

Total 0 0

Win-loss breakouts: Day 0-0; Night 0-0; vs Left 0-0; vs Right 0-0; 1-run games 0-0; 2-run games 0-0; 5+run games 0-0; Extra inns 0-0; Shutouts 0-0. Current streak: None; Longest winning streak: 0; Longest losing streak: 0. Attendance: Home 0 (avg 0); Away 0 (avg 0); Total 0 (avg 0).

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at A&M-Corpus Christi at A&M-Corpus Christi at Centenary College vs Southern vs Albany at Stetson vs Bethune-Cookman at Stetson at BETHUNE-COOKMAN vs Providence vs Collegeof Charleston at UCF vs Georgia Southern vs Harvard vs Drake MIDDLE TENNESSEE vs Penn State vs Maine at Bryant University CONNECTICUT at #18 Florida State at #18 Florida State at #18 Florida State at NC State at NC State at NC State #22 MASSACHUSETTS CENTRAL CONNECTICUT at Providence College NORTH CAROLINA NORTH CAROLINA NORTH CAROLINA at Harvard at Harvard at #7 Georgia Tech at #7 Georgia Tech at #7 Georgia Tech BOSTON UNIVERSITY BOSTON UNIVERSITY VIRGINIA VIRGINIA VIRGINIA TECH VIRGINIA TECH VIRGINIA TECH at #20 Massachusetts MARYLAND MARYLAND vs #1 Georgia Tech VIRGINIA

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Date Opponent

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Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus to serve the sons of Boston’s Irish immigrants. It was the first institution of higher education to be founded in the city of Boston. Today, it is one of the foremost universities in the nation, with a coeducational enrollment of 14,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Boston College has drawn students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries.

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Boston College has grown not just in size, but also in stature and diversity. Today, it is ranked among the top 34 national universities by US News & World Report. Its Graduate School of Social Work is listed among the nation’s top 15, also by US News, while the graduate programs of its Lynch School of Education are among the top 20 and its Connell School of Nursing and Law School are among the top 30. In addition, eight undergraduate programs of the Carroll School of Management placed among the top 10 in the nation according to BusinessWeek, with accounting placing first in its category. Boston College is among the nation’s most selective universities, with nearly 30,000 applications received for its 2,250-member Class of 2013, and is numbered among the top American private research universities.

A Boston College education focuses not only on intellectual development, but also on personal, spiritual and physical development. Students are asked to use their abilities, education and acquired skills to help others in need, whether in Boston or Belize. Each year, more than 5,000 undergraduates give some 375,000 hours of community service in the Boston area, while more than 650 students trade vacation for service during Spring Break. Nearly 2,000 students take part in retreats and spiritual formation activities annually.

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Today, the Boston College motto “ever to excel” also extends to a broad array of extracurricular activities and opportunities ranging from sports to the arts. Athletics is integral to the University’s focus on the development of the whole person in body as well as in mind and spirit. BC offers 31 men’s and women’s varsity sports, all of which compete at the NCAA Division I level, and annually has one of the highest graduation rates in Division IA.

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After more than a century of growth and evolution, Boston College holds fast to the ideals that inspired its Jesuit founders. The University today remains focused on its mission of helping students to develop their minds and talents while providing them with the motivation and compassion to use those talents in the service of others. “Deeply rooted in its Catholic and Jesuit origins, Boston College offers an education that is distinctive in spirit and content, that is doubly rich with the best of human thought and with the profound insights of faith,” writes Reverend William P. Leahy, SJ, who assumed the presidency of Boston College in 1996. “We believe that Boston College provides a transforming experience for young men and women.”

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BC offers a wide variety of resources that enrich intellectual and cultural life beyond the campus gates. Among these are the Jesuit Institute; Center for Ignatian Spirituality; Center for Catholic Education; Church in the 21st Century Center; Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life; Center for Human Rights and International Justice; Center for ChristianJewish Learning; Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics; Center on Wealth and Philanthropy; Center for Retirement Research; Sloan Center on Aging and Work; Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation and Educational Policy; TIMSS and PIRLS International Study Center; Center for International Higher Education; Burns Library of Rare Books and Special Collections; Robsham Theater Arts Center; McMullen Museum of Art; Center for Child, Family and Community Partnerships; Center for Corporate Citizenship; Center for Work and Family; Center for Irish Programs; Urban Ecology Institute and Weston Observatory.

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During his years at Boston College, Father Leahy has presided over an institution that has solidified its position among the nation’s best and

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During his presidency, undergraduate applications to Boston College have grown from 16,500 to 30,000, making BC the fifth most- applied to private university in the United States. Currently, the University enrolls students from all 50 states and 80 countries, and its undergraduates have earned more than 250 prestigious fellowships, including two Rhodes Scholarships. Student-athletes at BC succeed in balancing the demands of academics and athletics, and BC consistently ranks among those universities with the highest NCAA graduation rates. Most recently, the Boston College community has been engaged in a comprehensive assessment and planning effort that resulted in a 10-year Strategic Plan. This plan will build on Boston College’s strengths and accomplishments of the past and will focus additional resources on undergraduate liberal arts education and formation, as well as integrated science research and teaching. The University also intends to increasingly apply the strengths of its professional schools to resolving critical societal issues, and foster even more international links. In addition, Boston College intends to remain faithful to its Jesuit, Catholic heritage and to become the leading Catholic university and theological center in the world.

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Father Leahy joined the department of history at Marquette University in 1985 and became a tenured associate professor there six years later. In July 1991, he was named executive vice president at Marquette, where he served until being named president of Boston College in 1996.

most selective national universities. Since 1996, BC’s endowment, sponsored research grants and student financial aid have doubled, and the percentage of student applicants accepted has fallen from 41 percent to 27 percent, while SAT scores have risen by more than 130 points. In addition, 100 full-time faculty members have been added, minority student enrollment in undergraduate programs has climbed from 18 percent to 26 percent and annual cash gifts to the University have increased from $24 million to $95 million.

HIS TORY

William P. Leahy, S.J. became the 25th president of Boston College on July 31, 1996. Born in Omaha, he grew up on his family’s farm near Imogene, Iowa. After one year of college at Creighton University, he entered the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus in 1967. He received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a master’s degree in United States history from Saint Louis University in 1972 and 1975, respectively. Between 1975 and 1979, he studied theology at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, California, earning a master’s degree in divinity and a master’s degree in sacred theology while there. Ordained a priest in 1978, he completed doctoral studies in United States history at Stanford University in 1985.

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MICHAEL J. BOURQUE Vice President for Information Technology

THOMAS P. LOCKERBY Vice President for Development

JOHN T. BUTLER, S.J. Vice President for University Mission and Ministry

JAMES P. MCINTYRE Senior Vice President

MARY LOU DELONG Vice President and Secretary of the University

PETER C. MCKENZIE Financial Vice President and Treasurer

CUTBERTO GARZA, M.D. Provost and Dean of Faculties

WILLIAM B. NEENAN, S.J. Vice President and Special Assistant to the President

JAMES J. HUSSON Senior Vice President for University Advancement

PATRICK H. ROMBALSKI Vice President for Student Affairs

THOMAS J. KEADY Vice President for Governmental and Community Affairs

LEO V. SULLIVAN Vice President for Human Resources

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PATRICK J. KEATING Executive Vice President

DANIEL F. BOURQUE Vice President for Facilities Management

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From 1993-97, DeFilippo served as director of athletics at Villanova University. He served as Associated Director of Athletics at the University of Kentucky from 1987-93, Director of Athletics at the University of South Carolina-Spartanburg from 1984-87 and Director of Administrative Services at Vanderbilt University from 1983-84. His coaching experience includes three years as offensive backfield coach at Vanderbilt (198082), which included the 1982 Hall of Fame Bowl. From 1975-79, he was offensive coordinator at Youngstown State University, during which time the team won two consecutive Mid-Continent Conference championships, 1978-79. In 197374, he was graduate assistant football coach for the University of Tennessee, coaching in the 1973 Gator Bowl and 1974 Liberty Bowl. A 1973 graduate of Springfield College with a Bachelor of Science degree, DeFilippo earned three varsity letters as a quarterback in football during his undergraduate career. He received a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Tennessee in 1974. DeFilippo and his wife, Anne, are the parents of three children – Christine Eldred (married to Matt Eldred), John and Mary.

The DeFilippo Family – Matt and Christine (DeFilippo) Eldred, Anne, Gene, Mary and John.

The DeFilippo File

Years School Position 1973-74 Tennessee Graduate Assistant Football Coach 1975-79 Youngstown State Assistant Football Coach 1980-82 Vanderbilt Assistant Football coach 1983-84 Vanderbilt Director of Administrative Services 1984-87 University of South Carolina-Spartanburg Director of Athletics 1987-93 Kentucky Assistant, Associate Director of Athletics External Operations 1993-97 Villanova Director of Athletics 1997-present Boston College Director of Athletics

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Since Gene DeFilippo became Director of Athletics in September of 1997, he has led the BC athletics program to an unprecedented period of innovation, growth, fundraising, athletic and academic success. He also led the program through one of the most significant periods in its history as it transitioned to full membership in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Under DeFilippo’s leadership, Boston College student-athletes’ achievements in the classroom have become an immense source of pride for the University and its supporters. Twenty-one Boston College sports teams received a perfect Graduation Success Rate score of 100, according to data released by the NCAA last November. That figure represents the most teams with a perfect 100 score of any Division I intercollegiate athletics program in the country. Last year, 379 BC student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better, earning the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Excellence. BC’s graduation rate for all student-athletes has consistently ranked in the nation’s top ten. DeFilippo initiated an impressive overhaul of BC’s athletics facilities that includes new football practice facilities, a total renovation of Conte Forum, including a new sound system, floor and video boards, new soccer, field hockey and lacrosse facilities on the Newton campus, new Field Turf for Alumni Stadium, and an air-inflated bubble to cover the stadium turf to provide an indoor practice facility for all sports during the winter months. DeFilippo was instrumental in raising money to build the privately funded $27 million, 72,000-squarefoot Yawkey Athletics Center, which houses the football program, the Office of Learning Resources for Student-Athletes, and a large function area for general use. After football moved into the Yawkey Center, BC undertook a multi-million dollar renovation Conte Forum to provide additional locker room and office space for many of BC’s 31 varsity sports.

DeFilippo renamed the Athletics Association’s fundraising arm (formerly Blue Chips) in honor of longtime Athletics Director Bill Flynn. Alumni, parents and friends of Boston College contributed more than $27 million during the past year (this total includes an extraordinary payment towards a capital project).The 4,600 donors to the Flynn Fund prove that there is strength in numbers; nearly 700 alumni, parents and friends have given to BC Athletics for at least 10 consecutive years. Anne and Gene DeFilippo cemented their commitment to Boston College by announcing their pledge of $100,000 to endow a scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a female student-athlete who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and financial need. In athletics competition, DeFilippo has overseen some of the most successful seasons in Boston College Athletics history. During the 2009-10 season, the football team appeared in a school-record 11th consecutive bowl game and the men’s ice hockey team captured its fourth national championship (its third since 2001). In 2008, the men’s soccer team captured both the ACC regular-season and tournament championships and entered the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament as the overall No. 1 seed.

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Mooradian earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of New Hampshire (’82) and a Juris Doctorate from the Delaware Law School of Widener University (’86).

Russell D e Rosa

Assistant Athletic Director – Operations

Director of Strength & Conditioning Olympic Sports

Joe Shirley

Paul Nedermire

Assistant Athletic Director – Facilities

Operations Assistant

Kirsten Britton

eric crest

Events Administrator

Sports Medicine

Kenny Turbush

Kevin Murphy

Camps/Clinics/Facilities Administrator

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She serves on the ACC Women’s Basketball Committee, Field Hockey Committee and Volleyball Committee. She is a former chair of the NCAA Women’s Rowing Committee and has served on the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Committee. She also serves on the NACDA Board and the Collegiate Women Sports Foundation where she Chairs the Honda Inspiration Award.

Prior to her career in athletics, Mooradian was an attorney for a private law firm and for the Cigna Insurance Company from 1987 until 1993. In addition, she was a District 4 New Hampshire State Representative from 1980-82.

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Jody Mooradian has been a member of the senior athletic department staff at Boston College for the past seven years. In her position, she administers the sports of women’s basketball, field hockey, volleyball, cross country, track and field, lacrosse, softball, and rowing. She also oversees the areas of Life Skills, Sports Medicine, Strength and Conditioning as well as handling many other internal functions of the Department and working with various areas on campus.

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Senior Associate Athletics Director Senior Women’s Administrator

Prior to her current post at BC, Mooradian served as part of the Northeastern University athletic department for six years. During her tenure at Northeastern, Mooradian served as Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance, Associate Director of Athletics, Interim Director of Athletics and Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator. Mooradian also served as the Director of Athletics at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania from 1993 until 1997 and was a Compliance Assistant at UCLA in early 1993.

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Jody Mooradian

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THE ACC FLORIDA STATE

N.C. State

Location.....................................Tallahassee, Fla. Enrollment.................................................40,255 Nickname............................................Seminoles Colors............................................Garnet & Gold Home Court........................Lucy McDaniel Court President..................................Dr. T.K. Wetherell Athletics Director........................Randy Spetman Head Coach.................................Lonni Alameda 2010 Record (Conf.)........................43-16 (12-9) Softball Contact................................Steve Stone Contact E-mail.......................... sstone@fsu.edu Athletic website...................www.seminoles.com

Location Enrollment Nickname Colors Home Court Chancellor Athletics Director Head Coach 2010 Record (Conf.) Softball Contact Contact E-mail Athletic website

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Virginia

Location.............................................Atlanta, Ga. Enrollment.................................................16,793 Nickname..................................... Yellow Jackets Colors.......................................Old Gold & White Home Court........................O’Keefe Gymnasium President..................................Dr. G.P. Peterson Athletics Director.......................Dan Radakovich Head Coach................................Sharon Perkins 2010 Record (Conf.)..........................49-9 (19-2) Softball Contact................................Seth Gerard Contact E-mail.... sgerard@athletics.gatech.edu Athletic website..............www.ramblinwreck.com

Location Enrollment Nickname Colors Home Court President Athletics Director Head Coach 2010 Record (Conf.) Softball Contact Contact E-mail Athletic website

MARYLAND

Virginia Tech

Location...................................College Park, Md. Enrollment.................................................37,000 Nickname..............................................Terrapins Colors..........................Red, White, Black & Gold Home Court.................Comcast Center Pavillion President...................................Dr. C.D. Mote Jr. Athletics Director........................ Kevin Anderson Head Coach.................................Lauren Watten 2010 Record (Conf.)........................ 33-22 (8-11) Softball Contact..............................Rose DiPaula Contact E-mail......................rdipaula@umd.edu Athletic website......................www.umterps.com

Location Blacksburg, Va. Enrollment 30,000 Nickname Hokies Colors Chicago Maroon & Burnt Orange Home Court Cassell Coliseum President Dr. Charles W. Steger Athletics Director Jim Weaver Head Coach Scot Thomas 2010 Record (Conf.) 25-33 (8-13) Softball Contact Bryan Johnston Contact E-mail bj@vt.edu Athletic website

Raleigh, N.C. 33,815 Wolfpack Red & White Reynolds Coliseum Dr. Randy Woodson Debbie Yow Lisa Navas 28-27 (9-12) Brythe Blankenship brytheb14@gmail.com www.gopack.com Charlottesville, Va. 20,399 Cavaliers Navy & Orange Memorial Gymnasium Teresa Sullivan Craig Littlepage Eileen Schmidt 33-21 (13-7) Katharine Palmer kpalmer@virginia.edu www.virginiasports.com

NORTH CAROLINA

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Location.....................................Chapel Hill, N.C. Enrollment.................................................17,895 Nickname............................................. Tar Heels Colors............................... Carolina Blue & White Home Court.................... .Carmichael Auditorium Chancellor......................................Holden Thorp Athletics Director............................Dick Baddour Head Coach.....................................Donna Papa 2010 Record (Conf.)......................40-18 (11-10) Softball Contact..................................Chris Gallo Contact E-mail................cgallo@uncaa.unc.edu Athletic website................. www.tarheelblue.com

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2011 softbalL MEDIA GUIDE

A History N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first and only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tevndered its resignation. The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in January of 1964. The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State University. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league’s 12th member starting July 1, 2005.


FEBRUARY 11 Michigan State 11 Stetson 12 Michigan State 12 Stetson 13 Tennessee 25 Virginia Tech 25 Coastal Carolina 26 Rhode Island 26 Coastal Carolina 27 Rhode Island MARCH 4 DePaul 4 Nevada 5 DePaul 5 Nevada 6 DePaul 6 Nevada 11 FIU 11 Nevada 12 New Mexico 13 FIU 19 Virginia (DH) 20 Virginia 26 Virginia Tech (DH) 27 Virginia Tech 31 Boston University APRIL 2 N.C. State (DH) 3 N.C. State 6 Connecticut 9 Maryland (DH) 10 Maryland 13 Massachusetts 14 Harvard (DH) 16 Florida State (DH) 17 Florida State 20 Bryant University 22 North Carolina 23 North Carolina (DH) 27 Dartmouth (DH) 28 Providence 30 Georgia Tech (DH) MAY 1 Georgia Tech 4 Massachusetts 5 Boston University 13-15 ACC Championship

Deland, Fla. Deland, Fla. Deland, Fla. Deland, Fla. Deland, Fla. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C. Conway, S.C.

1:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m.

Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Blacksburg, Va. Blacksburg, Va. Boston, Mass.

10:30 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 12:45 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. TBA

Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Storrs, Conn. College Park, Md. College Park, Md. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass.

1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Chestnut Hill, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Chestnut Hill, Mass.

12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.


2011 Boston College Softball Media Guide  

2011 Boston College Softball Media Guide

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