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A Message from Coach Mickey Dean Welcome to JMU softball. JMU softball is recognized as one of the top programs in the conference and in our region. I encourage you to consider JMU as an upand-coming program on the national level. We look to contend for a conference title and advance to the NCAA Tournament every year.

Facilities are a big indication of the university’s overall dedication to a program’s success and we are very fortunate here at JMU. In 2010 the university opened Veterans Memorial Park - a $9.5 million state-of-the-art baseball and softball facility. The lighted complex has a state of the art press box, pro-style dugouts with restrooms, six pitching bullpens, two batting cages, a hitting practice area, ticket office, concessions, JMU merchandise sales and separate bathrooms for baseball and softball fans. A complete indoor facility is adjacent to the stadium inside Memorial Hall which houses coaches’ offices, locker rooms, a softball team room, strength and conditioning areas, indoor practice cages, athletic training room and a study hall area. All of the support areas for our student athletes are in one building. James Madison University provides the opportunity to get a first-rate education and to play Division I athletics. Our players challenge themselves in the classroom and on the ball field against the nation’s best. They have a wonderful experience as students, as athletes and as members of the community. JMU’s Softball game day atmosphere is amazing for fans and for our players. Please take time to read through our guide and learn more about JMU and the Dukes softball program. James Madison University, located in Harrisonburg, VA and the Shenandoah Valley is an amazing and beautiful place. Consider a visit to JMU to experience what makes us special. We have a truly unique environment here in Harrisonburg. I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to be a part of JMU and to once again call the Shenandoah Valley my home. We are excited about the future of JMU softball and hope that you will join us for another exciting season. Go Dukes!

Coach Mickey Dean

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coaching staff

Mickey Dean Head Coach

• Second year at JMU and seventh year overall as a head coach • Second softball coach in JMU history • Came to JMU after six seasons at Radford • Three-time VaSID State Coach of the Year • Led JMU to a school record 42 wins and its first ever NCAA Tournament at-large bid in 2013 • Coached the CAA Player of the Year in 2013 • Helped Jailyn Ford collect CAA Rookie of the Year as well as VaSID State Pitcher and Rookie of the Year • Helped JMU put a school-record four players of NFCA All-Region teams • JMU broke or tied 36 team and individual school records in 2013, including 19 by Jailyn Ford • Won JMU’s first-ever NCAA tournament game with a 5-0 defeat of Longwood in the Knoxville Regional • 241-116 record as the head coach of the Highlanders for a .675 winning percentage • Went 84-21 in Big South Play, winning the regular season title four times and the Big South Tournament twice • Four-time Big South Coach of the Year • Took his team to the NCAA Regionals in both 2009 and 2010, including a Regional Final appearance in 2010 • Has coached 14 NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-Region selections and one AllAmerican • Prior to arriving at Radford, served as an associate head coach at Longwood and an assistant coach at Indiana and Akron • Also served as the head coach of Lake City Community College (Fla.) and won an NJCAA National Championship with a 65-5 record • Served as the head coach of the Chicago Bandits in the National Pro Fastpitch league, winning the regular season championship five times and the World Championship in 2008 • Three-time NPF Manager of the Year • Served as the pitching coach of the Venezuelan National Team from 2002-08 • Helped Venezuela qualify for Season School Record Win % Conference its first-ever Olympic 2007 Radford 44-27 .620 9-6 (3rd) Games 2008 Radford 46-15 .754 13-2 (2nd) in Beijing 2009 Radford 41-15 .732 16-2 (1st) China in 2008 2010 Radford 38-17 .691 16-2 (1st) 2011 Radford 38-21 .644 14-4 (1st) 2012 Radford 34-21 .618 16-5 (1st) 2013 JMU 42-17 .712 18-3 (2nd) Total: 7 seasons 283-133 .680 102-24

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Loren LaPorte Assistant Coach

• Second year at JMU • Spent three seasons as an assistant at Radford prior to coming to JMU • Served as Radford’s Recruiting Coordinator • During her time with the Highlanders, team went 110-59 overall, including a 48-9 mark in the Big South • Radford won three Big South Regular Season crowns during her tenure and Coach Dean was named Big South Coach of the Year three

times • Also coached for a season at her alma mater, Roanoke College • Graduated from Roanoke College in 2008 • At Roanoke College, she was a four-time All-ODAC • Ranked in the top ten for the Maroon in sacrifice hits (2nd, 41), batting average (3rd, .383), assists (5th, 233), hits (7th, 180), and runs (7th, 135) • Helped Roanoke win ODAC Championships in 2005 and 2006 and earn NCAA Regional bids in both seasons • Roanoke went 118-38 in her time as a Maroon

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Jen Herzig

Assistant Coach

• Second year at JMU • Came to JMU after spending seven seasons as the head coach at UNC Greensboro • Won 173 games at Greensboro and led the Spartans to their first-ever appearance in the Southern Conference Championship game. • Four times in her seven seasons, UNCG upset the SoCon’s top-seeded team, including becoming the first ever No. 8 seed to beat the No. 1 seed • Coached 24 NFCA Scholar-Athletes and 21 Academic All-Southern Conference selections • Recruited and coached Greensboro’s career leader in hits and strikeouts, as well as coaching two members of Puerto Rico’s national team and one Canadian junior national team member • 12 players were named to the All-SoCon team and four were named to the AllFreshman team • Seven of her players were named to the SoCon AllTournament team, including the tournament MVP in 2010 • Also served as an assistant coach at Charlotte and a graduate assistant coach at East Tennessee State • Played at Charlotte from 19972001 where she was a fouryear letterwinner and a NFCA Academic All-American

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No. Name Pos. Hgt. Elig. B/T Hometown/High School/College 1 Haley Widner OF 5’3” Jr L/R Columbus, Ohio/Bishop Ready 2 Mimi Morris OF 5’5” Fr L/R Kenilworth, Ill./New Trier 3 Erica Field UT 5’6” So R/R Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park 4 Niki Prince UT 5’5” Fr R/R Asburn, Va./Stone Bridge 7 Hannah Hayes IF 5’4” So R/R LaCrosse, Va./Kenston Forest 8 Carli Lemelin 3B 5’5” Fr L/R Richmond, Va./Godwin 9 Brittany Jeans P 5’8” Sr R/R Camano Island, Wash./Stanwood 10 Sara Wright 1B 5’10” Fr R/R Pulaski, Va./Pulaski County 11 Madyson Moran SS 5’4” Fr R/R Taylor Mill, Ky./Holy Cross 12 Jailyn Ford P/1B 5’10” So R/L Hot Springs, Va./Bath County 14 Haley Jones UT 5’6” Fr L/R Locust Grove, Va./Orange County 15 Catherine Clavin UT 5’8” Sr R/R Poquoson, Va./Poquoson 16 Tahli Moore UT 5’3” Fr S/R Sydney, Australia/Loreto Normanhurst College 17 Taylor Newton OF 5’8” Fr R/R Bradenton, Fla./Lakewood Ranch 18 Kelly Wishard P 5’11” Fr R/R Hillsborough, N.J./Hillsborough 19 Heather Kiefer P 5’8” Jr R/R Potomac Falls, Va./Potomac Falls 20 Cassidy Clayton OF 5’7” Sr L/R Acton, Mass./Acton Boxborough 22 Caitlin Sandy 3B 5’4” Sr R/R Fayettesville, N.C./Jack Britt 24 Casie Hill UT 5’8” Fr R/R Buchanan, Va./James River 33 Caitlin Viafora C 5’4” Fr R/R Stanley, Va./Page County Head Coach: Mickey Dean (Elon ‘87), 2nd Season Assistant Coaches: Loren Messick (Roanoke ’08), 2nd Season; Jen Herzig (UNC Charlotte ’01, East Tennessee St. ’03), 2nd Season

Pronunciation Guide

Haley Widner – WIDE-ner Carli Lemelin – LEM-ah-lin Catherine Clavin – CLAV-in Tahli Moore – TA-lee Kelly Wishard – WISH-erd Heather Kiefer – KEY-fur Casie Hill – CASE-ee Caitlin Viafora – vee-ah-FOR-ah

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2014 dukes Catherine Clavin Sr. Utility Poquoson, Va./Poquoson

2013 as a junior: • Appeared in 44 games, starting 10 and served as the team’s primary pinch hitter • Collected 12 hits in 56 at-bats, adding two doubles and a triple • Contributed four runs, six RBIs, five walks and two hit-by-pitches • Had a two-run triple in the Dukes’ NCAA Tournament game against North Carolina State

2012 as a sophomore: • Appeared in 17 games, including makes nine starts at catcher for JMU • Hit .129 with a .250 on-base percentage and a .226 slugging percentage • Contributed four hits, two runs, one RBI, one home run and four walks in 31 at-bats for JMU • JMU Athletic Director Scholar- Athlete

2011 as a freshman: • Made collegiate debut against Bucknell as a pinch hitter • Recorded her first collegiate hit and RBI against Bucknell • Collected her first career home run with a solo home run in 6-5 loss to St. John’s • Had a two-out, game-tying single in the bottom of the 7th in JMU’s 13-12 win over St. John’s • Had two hits, a run and a RBI in series against Hofstra • Went 2-for-3 in game two against Towson

High school • Four-time All-District and All-Region selection. • Four-time Daily Press All-Star. • Three-time All-State honoree, including a First Team selection in 2010 • As a senior was the District and Region Player of the Year • Helped lead Poquoson High School to three district championships and two region championships.

Year G/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO 2011 29-18 49 4 13 0 0 1 9 0-0 1 16 2012 17-9 31 2 4 0 0 1 1 0-0 4 5 2013 44-10 56 4 12 2 1 0 6 0-0 5 13 Total 90-37 136 10 29 2 1 2 16 0-0 10 34

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2014 dukes Cassidy Clayton Sr. Utility Acton, Mass./Acton Boxborough

2013 as a junior: • Appeared in 40 games, starting 27 of them in the JMU outfield • Had two hits, three runs, an RBI and two sacrifice bunts in 30 at-bats • Had a perfect fielding percentage, successfully completing all 19 putout attempts • Had a game-tying RBI single in the Dukes’ NCAA Tournament game against NC State

2012 as a sophomore: • Appeared in 27 games, starting 18 of them as a sophomore • Hit .170 with a .224 on-base percentage and a .189 slugging percentage • Contributed nine hits, one run, seven RBIs, one double, four walks and a sacrifice fly in 53 at-bats

2011 as a freshman: • Made collegiate debut against St. Joseph’s as a defensive replacement. • Recorded her first career hit with a bases loaded triple in 11-8 win over Charleston Southern • Went 1-for-1 with a run and a walk in game one against St. John’s • Had a hit in one at-bat in gaem two against George Mason • Went 1-for-3 with a sacrifice in game two against Liberty

High School • Two-time All-Region selection • Two-time Dual County League All-Star • Led team to two state tournaments • 2007 Offensive Player of the Year • 2010 Lowell Sun Eastern Massachusetts All-Scholastic Team • 2010 Boston Herald Eastern Massachusetts All- Scholastic Team • 2010 Boston Globe All- Scholastic Team

Year G/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO AVG. 2011 23-7 31 2 5 0 1 0 3 0-1 5 6 .161 2012 27-18 53 1 9 1 0 0 7 0-0 4 17 .170 2013 40-27 30 3 2 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 6 .067 Total 90-52 114 6 16 1 1 0 11 0-1 9 29 .140

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2014 dukes Brittany Jeans Sr. Pitcher Camano Island, Wash./Stanwood

2013 as a junior: • Appeared in 16 games as a pinch runner for the Dukes • Scored nine runs and stole a base in two attempts

2012 as a sophomore: • Appeared in four games, including making one start as a sophomore • Went 1-1 with a 7.00 ERA in five innings pitched • Allowed four hits, six runs, five earned runs, nine walks and struck out three while limiting opponents to a .250 batting average against

2011 as a freshman: • Made collegiate debut as the starting pitcher against Bucknell • Allowed three runs on eight hits in four innings against Robert Morris to pick up her first career win • Set JMU freshman-record for strikeouts in a game with 13 vs. Norfolk State • Recorded her first career save in 11-8 win over Charleston Southern • Earned her fourth win of the season with two innings of shutout relief in the series finale against George Mason • Allowed five hits and five walks in 4 1/3 innings to earn the win over George Washington • Tossed her fourth complete game of the year, allowing three runs, two earned, on seven hits and three walks to earn the win in game two over Drexel • Threw two innings of shutout relief to earn her second save in game three against Drexel

High School • Two-time All-Wesco North First Team pitcher • Two-time Defensive Player of the Year • Helped lead Stanwood to a 19-2 record and Wesco North district championships as a junior • Class 4A First Team All-State as a senior • First Team Star (Seattle) Times honoree • Seattle Times Player of the Week • Seattle Times Saturday morning star Year G/GS CG SHO IP H R 2011 30/16 4 1 96.1 110 67 2012 4/1 0 0 5.0 4 6 2013 0/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Total 34/17 4 1 101.1 114 73

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W L PCT 7 9 .438 1 1 .500 0 0 .000 8 10 .444

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2014 dukes Caitlin Sandy Sr. Third Base/Shortstop Fayetteville, N.C./Jack Britt

2013 as a junior: • VaSID Second Team All-State • Second Team All-CAA • Started 57 games at shortstop for JMU • Batted .313 for five doubles, two triples, and three home runs • Added 20 runs scored, 25 RBIs, four walks, two sacrifice flies, three sacrifice bunts and 13 stolen bases

2012 as a sophomore: • Second Team All-CAA • VaSID Second Team All- State • Set a school record for sacrifice hits with 12 • Started all 56 games for JMU at third base • Hit .293 with a .335 on-base percentage and a .420 slugging percentage • Contributed 44 hits, 26 runs, 14 RBIs, 11 doubles, one triple, two home runs, 11 walks, three sacrifice flies, 12 sacrifice bunts and four steals • Led the team in assists with 132 while sported a .957 fielding percentage • Ranked 257th in the country in doubles per game (0.20) • Ranked as the 20th toughest player to strike out averaging one for every 25.0 at-bats • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award Recipient • JMU Athletic Director Scholar- Athlete • JMU Dean’s List Spring 2013

2011 as a freshman: • First Team All-CAA • CAA All-Rookie Team • VaSID Second Team All- State • Made collegiate debut against St. Joseph’s, starting at third base • Scored her first career run and stole first career base against St. Joe’s • Recorded first career hit and RBI in 3-2 win over Charlotte • Had her first career double in 15-1 win over Georgetown • Went 2-for-4 with a run, a RBI and a steal in 11-4 win over Maine • Had three hits, including a double and her first career home run, in 4-0 win over Lehigh • 2-for-3 with two runs and a RBI in 8-0 at UNCW • Named CAA Rookie of the Week after going 5-for-8 with two runs and three RBIs in JMU’s three-game sweep of George Mason • Went 3-for-3 with two RBIs in game two against Towson • JMU Athletic Director Scholar-Athlete • JMU Dean’s List Fall 2010 • NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete

High school • Four-time All-Conference selection • Four time All-Region selection • Led Buccaneers to two Mid-South Conference championships • Two-time participant in North Carolina PowerAde state All-star game. Year G/GS AB 2011 50-47 122 2012 56-56 150 2013 57-57 166 Total 163-160 438

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2014 dukes Heather Kiefer Jr. Pitcher Potomac Falls, Va./Potomac Falls

2013 as a sophomore: • NFCA Second Team All-Region • Second Team All-CAA • VaSID First Team All-State • Two-time CAA Pitcher of the Week • Appeared in 27 games, starting 22 and threw 135 2/3 innings in the circle for JMU • Went 14-8 with a 1.65 ERA, tossing 14 complete games, four shutouts and one save • Struck out 65 against just 27 walks • Ranked 27th in the nation in ERA (1.65), 32nd in walks allowed (1.39/7 innings), 106th in hits allowed (5.88/7 innings) and 116th in shutouts (four).

2012 as a freshman: • 2012 CAA Rookie of the Year (second player in school history to be named Rookie of the Year) • First Team All-CAA • CAA All-Rookie Team • VaSID Second Team All- State • Three-time CAA Rookie of the Week (March 6, March 20, April 30) • CAA Pitcher of the Week on April 2 • JMU Day Inn Invitational All- Tournament Team • Went 14-6 with a 1.96 ERA, 15 complete games, five shutouts and two saves in 30 appearances in the circle • Allowed 132 hits, 53 runs, 40 earned runs, 41 walks and struck out 95 while limiting opponents to a .242 batting average in 143 innings pitched • Went 9-2 with a 1.25 ERA, 10 complete games and four shutouts in 12 appearances in CAA play • Ranked 75th in the nation in ERA (1.96), 96th in saves (two) and 256th in strikeouts per seven innings (4.7) • Made her collegiate debut as the starting pitcher against Elon on Feb. 18 • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award Recipient • JMU Athletic Director Scholar- Athlete

High School: • Three-time team captain • Three-time team MVP • Potomac Falls Coach’s Award winner • Four-time All-Dulles District selection • Two-time Washington Post All- Met selection • ESPN Rise Player of the Week honoree as a junior after striking out 22 batters in one game and throwing a perfect game in another • Owns eight season and nine career records for Potomac Falls, including records for season/career ERA, season/career strikeouts, season/career shutouts, season/career assists, single game strikeouts, career wins as well as career doubles and RBIs. • Played travel softball for Wagners Gold and qualified for two ASA 18U Gold National Championship tournaments Year 2012 2013 Total

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2014 dukes Haley Widner Jr. Outfield Columbus, Ohio/Bishop Ready

2013 as a sophomore: • Sat out the season with an injury

2012 as a freshman: • Appeared in 37 games, starting 21 of them as a freshman • Posted a .236 batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage • Contributed 13 hits, 14 runs, three RBIs and three steals • Made her collegiate debut as a pinch runner against Presbyterian, scoring a run on Feb. 18 • Made her first career start against Penn State, going 2-for-5 with an RBI on Feb. 26

High School: • Second Team All-State, First Team All-District and Second Team All-Metro as a senior • Set Bishop Ready school record for batting average • Four-time All-Central Catholic League selection • Honorable Mention All- State • Second Team All-Metro • All-District selection • As a junior, named to the Ohio Underclassmen Tournament team member • Named as a team captain for both her junior and senior seasons Year G/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO AVG. 2012 37-21 55 14 13 0 0 0 3 3-4 0 5 .236 Total 37-21 55 14 13 0 0 0 3 3-4 0 5 .236

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2014 dukes Erica Field

So. Utility Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park

2013 as a freshman: • CAA All-Rookie Team • VaSID Second Team All-State • NFCA Leadoff Classic All-Tournament Team • CAA Player of the Week (Feb. 26) and CAA Rookie of the Week (May 6) • Started all 59 games for the Dukes, playing catcher, third base and shortstop • Hit .328 with 14 doubles, one home run and a .417 slugging percentage • Added 30 runs, 35 RBIs, five walks, four sacrifice flies and 11 steals in 11 attempts • Ranked 29th in the country in sacrifice flies • Finished the season ranked third in single-season at-bats, seventh in single-season RBIs, second in single-season sacrifice flies and 10th in career sacrifice flies

High School: • 2012 AAA State Player of the Year and First Team All-State catcher • 2012 Northwest Region Player of the Year • 2012 News and Messenger Player of the Year • Four-time All-District and All-Area team selection • As a senior broke her own Virginia High School record for RBIs in a season with 55 • Owns the Virginia High School record for RBIs in a career with 156 • As a sophomore, tied Virginia High School record with three home runs in a game • Member of the 2012 Rising Stars All-Star Team • Two-time First Team All-Region and All-Metro selection • Two-time team MVP Year G/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO AVG. 2013 59-59 192 30 63 14 0 1 35 11-11 5 20 .328 Total 59-59 192 30 63 14 0 1 35 11-11 5 20 .328

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2014 dukes Jailyn Ford

So. Pitcher/Utility Hot Springs, Va./Bath County

2013 as a freshman: • Represented USA as part of the Jr. National Team as the ISF Junior World Championships, earning a silver medal • CAA Rookie of the Year and two-time First Team All-CAA (P and 1B) • CAA All-Rookie Team • CAA All-Tournament Team • NFCA First Team All-Region • ECAC Division I All-Star • VaSID Rookie and Pitcher of the Year and First Team All-State • Three-time CAA Pitcher of the Week and four-time CAA Rookie of the Week • Started all 59 games for the Dukes either at pitcher of first base • Hit .373 with 11 doubles, one triple and 15 home runs • Added 38 runs, 49 RBIs, 15 walks, one sacrifice fly and nine steals • In the circle went 24-6 with a 1.61 ERA • Threw 23 complete games, nine shutouts, one save and struck out 209 in 191 innings pitched • Set school record for wins (24), strikeouts (209), games started (31), innings pitched (191.0), complete games (23) and shutouts (nine) • Set JMU rookie records for home runs (15), RBIs (49), total bases (121), slugging percentage (.716) and on-base percentage (.434) • Ranked 16th in the country in hits allowed per seven innings (4.47), 17th in shutouts (nine), 23rd in ERA (1.61), 31st in wins (24), 53rd in strikeouts per seven innings (7.7), 56th in strikeouts (209), 59th in slugging (0.716), 69th in home runs (0.25/game) and 124th in RBIs (0.83/game)

High School: • Small School First Team All-American Pitcher • 2012 Single A State Pitcher of the Year • Four-time Pioneer District Player of the Year • Four-time First Team All-State • Four-time All-Region C and two-time Region C Pitcher of the Year • Two-time All-Timesland Pitcher of the Year and four-time First Team All-Timesland • Roanoke Times Pitcher of the Year • Four-time Virginian Review Player of the Year • Fourth all-time in VHSL records with 1,065 career strikeouts • Helped lead Bath County to back-to-back Virginia Division I State championships (first state championships in a female sport in school history) • 2012 VHSL East-West All-Star game MVP • Offensively added a career batting average of .568 with 21 home runs and 120 RBIs Year G/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO AVG. 2013 59-59 169 38 63 11 1 15 49 9-14 15 39 .373 Total 59-59 169 38 63 11 1 15 49 9-14 15 39 .373

Year G/GS CG SHO IP H R ER ERA SO BB W L PCT 2013 33/31 23 9 191.0 122 54 44 1.61 209 66 24 6 .800 Total 33/31 23 9 191.0 122 54 44 1.61 209 66 24 6 .800

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2014 dukes Hannah Hayes So. Infield LaCrossa, Va./Kenston Forest

2013 as a freshman: • Started all 59 games at second base for the Dukes • Hit .256 with a .293 on-base percentage and a .342 slugging percentage • Added four doubles, two home runs, 17 runs, 10 RBIs, six walks, seven sacrifice bunts and five steals

High School: • 2012 District Player of the Year • Four-time Team MVP • Four-time All-State, including First Team honors in 2011 and 2012 • Four-time All-Conference, including three First Team selections • Help lead Kenston Forest to the Division III State Championship in 2011 and 2012 with a combined record of 44-1 (22-0 in 2011).

Year G/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB SO AVG. 2013 59-59 117 17 30 4 0 2 10 5-11 6 37 .256 Total 59-59 117 17 30 4 0 2 10 5-11 6 37 .256

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2014 dukes Casie Hill

Fr. Utility Buchanan, Va./James River

High School: • VHSCA All-Star Game Participant • All-State as a senior • Three-time First Team All-District honoree • Three-time Virginia Region C selection • As a senior at James River High School, led the team in home runs and was a team captain • Played club ball for the Virginia Scrappers and the Virginia Extreme Force

Haley Jones Fr. Utility Locust Grove, Va./Orange County

High School: • First Team All-State • First Team All-Region • Four-time First Team All-Districit • Player club ball for the Richmond Diamonds and the Williamsburg Starz

Carli Lemelin Fr. Third Base Richmond, Va./Godwin

High School: • Two-time All-Colonial District selection • Helped led Godwin to first district championship in four years as a senior • Batted nearly .500 her junior and senior year • Team captain as a senior and two-time Most Improved Player at Godwin • Player her club ball with the Richmond Storm

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2014 dukes Tahli Moore

Fr. Utility Sydney, Australia/Loreto Normanhurst College

High School: • Played for Great Britain in the ISF Junior World Championships • Member of the U19 Australian Squad • Four-time First Team All-IGSSA • Four-time First Team All-CIS

Madyson Moran Fr. Shortstop Taylor Mill, Ky./Holy Cross

High School: • Holy Cross High School’s all-time leader in hits, home runs, RBIs, stolen bases and runs scored • Cincinnati Enquirer All-First Team • Four-time All-District and Region All-Tournament team selection • Four-time high school MVP • Hit .720 with 12 home runs, nine triples and 65 runs on her way to being named MVP as a senior • Played her club ball for the Beverly Bandits and the Cincy Doom, competing at the ASA/ USA Nationals and Premiere Nationals

Mimi Morris Fr. Outfield Kenilworth, Ill./New Trier

High School: • All-State and All-Area selection • As a junior batted .500 with 35 runs scored and 31 stolen bases while leading her team to both conference and regional championships • As a sophomore, helped her team finished fourth at the Illinois High School Association 4A Championships, winning both Sectional and Super-Sectional Championships • Played her club ball for the Illinois Chill

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2014 dukes Taylor Newton

Fr. Outfield Bradenton, Fla./Lakewood Ranch

High School: • Lakewood Ranch Softball Most Valuable Player • Florida All-Star Team selection • Three-time All-Area Selection • Four-year varsity letterwinner • Brighthouse Athlete of the Week • As a junior helped lead her team to the State Final Four by batting .379 with 11 doubles, four triples and three home runs. • Was named the 2010 Rookie of the Year on Lakewood Ranch’s district championship team • Played her club ball for the Sarasota Heat 18U Gold

Niki Prince Fr. Utility Ashburn, Va./Stone Bridge

High School: • Virginia State Player of the Year • Three-time All-State selection, including First Team twice • VHSCA All-Star Game participant • Two-time Northern Region Player of the Year • Four-time All-Liberty District selection • Three-time The Washington Post All-Met selection • Played her club ball for the Vienna Stars, the Ashburn Shooting Stars and the Shamrocks

Caitlin Viafora Fr. Utility Stanley, Va./Page County

High School: • Honorable Mention All-State • Selected to play in the Best of the Valley All-Star Game • Three-time All-Region, including First Team honors as a senior • Four-time All-District selection, including First Team three times • Set Page County High School career record for hits (114) and stolen bases (105) • Played her club ball for the Broadway Heat

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2014 dukes Kelly Wishard

Fr. Pitcher Hillsborough, N.J./Hillsborough

High School: • First Team All-Skyland Conference • Two-time All-Somerset County Second Team • Two Time Courier News All-Area Selection • Helped lead Hillsborough High School to a Central Jersey Group IV Championship • Played club ball for the NJ Breakers 18U Gold Team

Sara Wright Fr. First Base Pulaski, Va./Pulaski County

High School: • Two-time Second Team All-State • River Ridge District Player of the Year • Timesland Player of the Year • VHSCA All-Star Game participant • Two-time First Team All-Region • Owns Pulaski County High School record for single-season home runs (10), slugging percentage (1.073), hits (32), on-base percentage (.657) and batting average (.527) as well as career home runs. • Played club ball for the Carolina Cardinals, Virginia Pride and the Virginia Extreme Force

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awards & honors

Player of the Year: 2007 2010 2012 2013

Jenn Chavez (Co-CAA) Ashley Burhnam (CAA) Ashley Burnham (CAA) Sarah Mooney (CAA)

Pitcher of the Year 2009 Meredith Felts (VaSID) 2013 Jailyn Ford (VaSID)

Rookie of the Year 2003 Lauren Curtis (Co-CAA) 2012 Heather Kiefer (CAA) 2013 Jailyn Ford (CAA, VaSID)

Coach of the Year: 2004 Katie Flynn (CAA) 2007 Katie Flynn (CAA) 2013 Mickey Dean (VaSID)

CAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player 2008 Meredith Felts

NFCA All-Region 2007 2010 2011 2012 2013

Jenny Clohan, First Team Jenn Chavez, Second Team Katie George, Second Team Ashley Burnham, Second Team Ashley Burnham, First Team Jasmine Butler, Second Team Team Ashley Burnham, Second Team Sarah Mooney, Second Team Jailyn Ford, First Team Sarah Mooney, First Team Heather Kiefer, Second Team Jasmine Butler, Second Team

ECAC All-Star 2012 Ashley Burnham, Second Team 2013 Sarah Mooney, First Team Jailyn Ford, Second Team

All-CAA 2002 2003 2004 2005

Katie Jaworski, Second Team Leah Evert, Second Team Leah Conley, Second Team Lauren Curtis, First Team Leah Evert, Second Team Katie Jaworski, Second Team Ashlee Schenk, Second Team Katie Jaworski, First Team Kelly Berkemeir, Secoond Team Katie George, Second Team Liz George, Second Team Briana Carrera, Second Team Liz George, First Team Briana Carrera, Second Team Natalie Burd, Second Team Katie Jaworski, Second Team

2006 Julia Dominguez, Second Team/ All-Rookie Meredith Felts, All-Rookie Kaitlyn Wernsing, All-Rookie 2007 Jenn Chavez, First Team Jenny Clohan, First Team Kaitlyn Wernsing, First Team Lauren Mernin, First Team/AllRookie Meredith Felts, Second Team Amber Kirk, Second Team Courtney Simons, Second Team/ All-Rookie Branden Moss, All-Rookie 2008 Amber Kirk, First Team Meredith Felts, First Team Melissa Hill, All-Rookie 2009 Meredith Felts, First Team Courtney Simons, First Team Shannon Moxey, Second Team Ashley Burnham, All-Rookie 2010 Ashley Burnham, First Team Jasmine Butler, First Team/AllRookie Katie Spitzer, Second Team Haley Johnson, All-Rookie 2011 Ashley Burnham, First Team Caitlin Sandy, First Team/AllRookie Jasmine Butler, Second Team 2012 Ashley Burnham, First Team Morgan Heath, First Team/AllRookie Heather Kiefer, First Team/AllRookie Caitlin Sandy, Second Team Sarah Mooney, Second Team/AllRookie 2013 Jailyn Ford, First Team/All-Rookie Sarah Mooney, First Team Jasmine Butler, First Team Heather Kiefer, Second Team Caitlin Sandy, Second Team Morgan Heath, Second Team Erica Field, All-Rookie

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VaSID All-State 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Lauren Curtis, First Team Liz George, First Team Jenny Clohan, First Team Jenn Chavez, Second Team Amber Kirk, Second Team Kaitlyn Wernsing, Second Team Meredith Felts, Second Team Amber Kirk, Second Team Meredith Felts, First Team Julia Dominguez, Second Team Courtney Simons, Second Team Jenny Clohan, Second Team Katie Spitzer, Second Team Ashley Burnham, Second Team Jasmine Butler, Second Team Ashley Burnham, First Team Jasmine Butler, First Team Caitlin Sandy, Second Team Sarah Mooney, First Team Ashley Burnham, Second Team Caitlin Sandy, Second Team Haley Johnson, Second Team Morgan Heath, Second Team Heather Kiefer, Second Team Sarah Mooney, First Team Jasmine Butler, First Team Jailyn Ford, First Team Heather Kiefer, First Team Erica Field, Second Team Caitlin Sandy, Second Team Morgan Heath, Second Team

NFCA Academic All-American 2003 Leah Conley Ashlee Schenk

postseason JMU’s 11-1 win over Towson in the 2009 CAA Championship game was the second-largest margin of victory in the history of the CAA softball Championships.

JMU won its first CAA softball title in 2009 with a 35-16 record and advanced to its first-ever NCAA regional.

Catcher Julia Dominguez hit a game-tying two-run home run in the sixth inning against Tennessee in the Dukes’ first-ever NCAA regional game.

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Pitcher Meredith Felts was named the CAA Championship Most Valuable Player in 2009 after going 2-0 with a 0.58 ERA.

tradition Katie George - Two time All-CAA selection - Second-Team NFCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region - School record holder in games played, starts, at-bats, runs scored, hits, doubles, triples and stolen bases.

Liz George - 2004 CAA All-Tournament team - Three-time All-CAA selection - 2004 NFCA All-Mid Atlantic Region

Leah Conley - 2003 & 2004 NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete - 2002 All-CAA Second Team

Ashley Burnham Katie Jaworski - Four-time All-CAA selection - 2004 NFCA All-Mid Atlantic Region selection

- Three-time First Team All-CAA selection - First Player in CAA history to be named Player of the Year twice - Three-time NFCA All-Region selection

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tradition Kara Schwind - 2004 NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete - 2004 All-Tournament team

Ashlee Schenk - 2003 & 2004 NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete

Jenny Clohan - CAA 25th Anniversary team - First-Team All-CAA in 2007 - All-time leader in games started, innings pitched, appearances and saves

Jenn Chavez Meredith Felts - CAA 25th Anniversary team - Three-time All-CAA selection - 2009 CAA Championship Most Outstanding Player - All-time leader in wins, ERA, strikeouts, complete games and shutouts 2013 2014JMU JMUSoftball Softball- 33 - 33

- 2007 CAA co-Player of the Year - First-Team All-CAA selection


JMU in the CAA - 2009 CAA Champions - 134-93 all-time conference record - Reached CAA semifinals nine of 12 seasons - 47 All-CAA selections - 15 CAA All-Rookie team selections - Player of the Year 2007, 2010, 2012, 2013 - Coach of the Year 2004 & 2007 - Rookie of the Year 2003, 2012, 2013

Leah Evert - Two-time AllCAA selection

Julia Dominguez - Second-Team All-CAA and All-Rookie team in 2006 - All-time leader in home runs, RBI and walks

Katie Flynn - CAA Coach of the Year 2004 & 2007 Heather Kiefer (right) and Jailyn Ford (left) won back-to-back CAA Rookie of the Year awards in 2012 and 2013, respectively.

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CAA By the Numbers

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member schools (7 play softball) states represented of the six largest television markets in the nation -- New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (6)

Nikki Dunn - 2002 CAA All-Tournament team

Briana Carrera - Two-time All-CAA selection

Lauren Curtis - 2003 CAA co-Rookie of the Year

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This is JMU This Is JMU JMU’s beautiful campus includes 148 buildings on 721 acres. The original campus is built around the Quadrangle, where buildings are constructed of native blue limestone and have ivy coverings. The University’s 19,927 students may choose from 115 degree programs in eight colleges -- College of Arts and Letters, College of Business, College of Education, College of Health and Behavioral Studies, College of Integrated Science and Engineering, College of Science and Mathematics, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Graduate School. JMU’s academic program combines the liberal arts tradition with preparation for technology in a rapidly changing world. All students receive a strong foundation of knowledge through a rigorous general education program. • Female/Male Ratio: 60/40 • Student/Professor Ratio: 16/1 • Average Class Size: 29

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This is JMU

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this is jmu • U.S. News & World Report in its 2011 America’s Best Colleges guidebook ranked JMU first in the South among public, master’s-level universities for the 17th straight year. • JMU is Virginia’s most-popular college or university, drawing applications from the greatest percentage of the state’s graduating high school seniors. • Kiplinger’s Personal Finance in 2012 ranked JMU 28th nationally on its list of 100 best values in public colleges -- schools that offer a first-class education at a reasonable price. • Yahoo! Internet Life included JMU on its 2001 listing of “The Nation’s 100 Most Wired Universities,” listing JMU 53rd among larger institutions. • JMU was included in the 2002 edition of The Unofficial, Unbiased, Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges with one author saying “JMU is almost too perfect to be believed.” • JMU has been described as “one of the best managed, most dynamic public universities in the nation” in The Guide to 101 of the Best Values in America’s Colleges and Universities. • Bloomberg BusinessWeek magazine in 2013 ranked JMU’s College of Business 11th nationally among business schools at public universities and 29th among all universities. • JMU is among schools “that prove activism and community service are alive and well on campus,” says Mother Jones Magazine. • JMU’s exemplary programs for first-year students are “cornerstones of the University’s strong commitment to student learning and success,” says The Temple Guide: Colleges That Encourage Character Development. • JMU is recognized as one of the nation’s top 75 “Best Value” public universities in the 2012 Princeton Review “Best Value Colleges.” The list recognizes schools that provide high-quality academics at a reasonable price.”

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harrisonburg, Va.

Harrisonburg, Va. A Great College Town Harrisonburg is convenient to the metropolitan areas of Washington, D.C., and Richmond while providing JMU students the comforts of the picturesque setting of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The city offers something for everyone. From downtown shopping and restaurants, to nearby national parks and forests, it provides JMU students the opportunity to sample many aspects of life. Harrisonburg offers a learning environment that is very unique in today’s high-tech, educational world.

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Veterans memorial park • In the spring 2010, JMU opened Veterans Memorial Park, a $9.5 million baseball and softball complex located next to Memorial Hall. • The project included a $1 million interior renovation to Memorial Hall that covered new offices for coaches, locker rooms, team rooms, areas for strength and conditioning, as well as sports medicine, indoor practice space and batting cages. • The softball stadium includes lights, a press box, sunken dugouts, chair-back seating, and a state-of-the-art sound system. • The new facility was built on the same site as the old Veterans Memorial Stadium, which opened in 1949. The new site retained the name Veterans Memorial in honor of all the veterans of foreign wars from Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. • The entrance includes a monument to war veterans. The monument was dedicated on Veterans Day weekend in the Fall of 2009. • First softball game was played on March 17, 2010. It was a doubleheader that included a come-from-behind win by the Dukes over Longwood.

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Veterans memorial park

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plecker center

Robert & Frances Plecker Athletic Performance Center • Named in honor of Robert & Frances Plecker • A $10 million state-of-the-art athletic support facility • 7,000-square foot strength and conditioning center with flat-screen televisions for individual instruction • 5,000-square foot sports medicine facility • Computer lab with more than 30 work stations • Tutoring and small group meeting facilities • JMU’s athletic hall of fame • Student-athlete lounge

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academic advising • Located in the Plecker Athletic Performance Center • Computer lab with more than 30 work stations • Tutoring and small group meeting facilities • Student-athlete lounge Casey Carter Associate Athletics Director for StudentAthlete Services James Madison ‘70

Jennifer Burkhart Team Academic Advisor

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strength & conditioning • Developing athleticism and sports performance • Seven training facilities encompassing more than 17,000 square feet • Staff includes five full time professionals with certifications as strength and conditioning specialists Christian Carter Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

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sports medicinE • Multi-skilled professionals use current research, educational knowledge, and state-of-the-art equipment and technology to provide a comprehensive and progressive approach to assure the holistic well-being of student-athletes • Staff includes 20 board-certified and licensed athletic trainers • Team physicians include Dr. Kent Diduch (board-certified in family practice physician) and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Mark Miller, a nationally renowned fellowship-trained orthopedist from the University of Virginia • Local chiropractors, physical therapists, sport psychologists, nutritionists, and orthotists are available to assist in the health care needs of student-athletes

Ariana Saliaris Team Athletic Trainer Kent State ‘12

Tom Kuster, ATC Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Medicine

Dr. Kent Diduch

Dr. Mark Miller

Team Physician

Team Orthopedic Surgeon

James Madison ‘95

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Red and Black Showcase

2014 Hawai’i Spring Fling

UCF Holiday Inn Classic

2014 Pepsi Rainbow Wahine Classic

Date: Feb. 7-9 Location: Athens, Ga. Opponents: North Texas, Winthrop, Georgia Head Coaches: Tracy Kee (North Texas), Mark Cooke (Winthrop), Lu Harris-Champer (Georgia) 2013 Records: 29-23, 10-5 Sun Belt (North Texas), 28-29, 12-12 Big South (Winthrop), 40-21, 14-9 SEC (Georgia)

Date: March 7-9 Location: Honolulu, Hawai’i Opponents: Pacific, California, Hawai’i Head Coaches: Brian Kolze (Pacific), Diane Ninemire (California), Bob Coolen (Hawai’i) 2013 Records: 28-28, 12-12 West Coast (Pacific), 38-19, 10-14 Pac-12 (California), 45-13, 20-4 Big West (Hawai’i)

Date: Feb. 14-16 Location: Orlando, Fla. Opponents: Florida A&M, Middle Tennessee State, Illinois-Chicago, Central Florida, Delaware Head Coaches: Veronica Wiggins (Florida A&M), Jeff Breeden (Middle Tennessee State), Michelle Venturella (Illinois-Chicago), Renee Luers-Gillispie (Central Florida), Jaime Wolbach (Delaware) 2013 Records: 20-32, 10-4 MEAC (Florida A&M), 7-47, 1-21 Sun Belt (Middle Tennessee State), 23-25, 16-5 Horizon (Illinois-Chicago), 29-25, 10-14 Conference-USA (Central Flordia), 35-22, 12-9 CAA (Delaware)

NFCA Lead Off Classic

Date: Feb. 21-23 Location: Clearwater, Fla. Opponents: Rutgers, Louisiana-Lafayette, Illinois State, South Florida, DePaul Head Coaches: Jay Nelson (Rutgers), Michael Lotief (LouisianaLafayette), Melinda Fischer (Illinois State), Ken Eriksen (South Florida), Eugene Lenti (DePaul) 2013 Record: 30-26, 8-14 Big East (Rutgers), 47-15, 19-4 Sun Belt (Louisiana-Lafayette), 28-20, 13-7 MVC (Illinois State), 45-16, 18-3 Big East (South Florida), 32-21, 16-6 Big East (DePaul)

JMU Invitational

Date: Feb. 28-March 2 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Opponents: Dartmouth, Fairfield, Kent State, Penn State Head Coaches: Rachel Hanson (Dartmouth), Julie Brzezinski (Fairfield), Karen Linder (Kent State), Amanda Lehotak (Penn State) 2013 Records: 26-20, 15-5 Ivy League (Dartmouth), 29-21, 12-4 MAAC (Fairfield), 27-21-1, 16-6 MAC (Kent State), 16-34, 5-17 Big Ten (Penn State)

Date: March 12-15 Location: Honolulu, Hawai’i Opponents: Brigham Young, Valparaiso, Hawai’i, Oregon Head Coaches: Gordon Eakin (Brigham Young), Jordan Stevens (Valparaiso), Bob Coolen (Hawai’i), Mike White (Oregon) 2013 Records: 33-25, 13-6 West Coast (Brigham Young), 35-27, 11-9 Horizon (Valparaiso), 45-13, 20-4 Big West (Hawai’i), 50-11, 19-5 Pac-12 (Oregon)

Hofstra Pride

Date: March 22 (DH) & 23 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Bill Edwards (25th) 2013 Record: 46-13, 18-2 CAA

Virginia Tech Hokies Date: March 26 Location: Blacksburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Scot Thomas (19th) 2013 Record: 38-21, 9-11 ACC

College of Charleston Cougars Date: March 29 (DH) & 30 Location: Charleston, S.C. Head Coach (Year): Linda Kalafatis (1st) 2013 Record: 37-20, 15-8 Southern

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Towson Tigers


Date: April 5 (DH) & 6 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Lisa Costello (19th) 2013 Record: 30-28-1, 12-12 CAA

Longwood Lancers Date: April 9 (DH) Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Kathy Riley (17th) 2013 Record: 41-20, 16-8 Big South

Drexel Dragons

Date: April 12 (DH) & 13 Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Head Coach (Year): Miranda Ervin (2nd) 2013 Record: 15-36, 2-19 CAA

North Carolina Tar Heels Date: April 16 (DH) Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Donna J. Papa (29th) 2013 Record: 40-21, 13-8 ACC

Virginia Cavaliers

North CarolinaWilmington Seahawks Date: May 2 (DH) & 3 Location: Wilmington, N.C. Head Coach (Year): Kristy Norton (2nd) 2013 Record: 16-37, 3-17 CAA

CAA Championship Date: May 7-10 Location: at Highest Seed

NCAA Regionals Date: May 15-18 Location: TBA

NCAA Super Regionals Date: May 22-25 Location: TBA

Women’s College World Series Date: May 29-June 4 Location: Oklahoma City, Okla.

Date: April 22 (DH) Location: Charlottesville, Va. Head Coach (Year): Blake Miller (1st) 2013 Record: 21-28, 4-17 ACC

Delaware Blue Hens Date: April 26 (DH) & 27 Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Jaime Wohlbach (4th) 2013 Record: 35-22, 12-9 CAA

East Carolina Pirates

Date: April 30 (DH) Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Head Coach (Year): Beth Keylon-Randolph (2nd) 2013 Record: 21-31, 11-12 Conference-USA

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Softball information Home Field & Capacity/Surface: Veterans Memorial Park (500) Office Location: Memorial Hall Rooms 1162, 1163 & 1164 Telephone: (540) 568-2967 Fax: (540) 568-5151 E-mail: Mailing Address: Softball James Madison University 395 S Main St. MSC 6925 Memorial Hall Room 1162 Harrisonburg, VA 22807 Head Coach Mickey Dean, (540) 568-2967 Assistant Coaches Loren LaPorte, (540) 568-7979 Jen Herzig, (540) 568-2378 Administrative Assistant Diana Sharpe, (540) 568-5510 Strength & Conditioning Coaches Christian Carter Athletics Communications Brian Hansen Email: Telephone (540) 568-7910

Directions & Maps

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Template Design: Grant Hawkins Design, McKinney, Texas Design: Teresa Craig Photography: Cathy Kushner, Diane Elliott, David Lonnquest, Tommy Thompson, and others

Who’s Who in JMU Athletics

Jeff Bourne Athletics Director

Geoff Polglase Deputy Athletics Director

Casey Carter Associate AD, Student Athlete Services

David Biancamano

Brian Frerking

Associate AD, Development

Associate AD, Development

Jen Phillips

Kevin White

Associate AD, Compliance & Senior Woman Administrator

Associate AD, Sports Programs

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Mike Carpenter Assistant AD, Ticketing & Customer Relations

Tom Kuster

John Martin

Ty Phillips

Assistant AD, Sports Medicine

Assistant AD, Athletics Communications

Assistant AD, Facilities & Events

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