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2011 Ottawa University Softball Media & Recruiting Guide ®

Table of Contents Quick Facts........................................................................... IFC

2010 Season in Review...................................................... 42-44

Publication Credits.................................................................... 1

2010 KCAC in Review........................................................... 45

2011 Roster Breakdown......................................................... 2-3

Championship Teams.............................................................. 48

2011 Schedule........................................................................... 4

Region IV Qualifiers............................................................... 49

2011 Radio Roster..................................................................... 5

NAIA National Tournament Qualifiers................................... 50

2011 Season Outlook................................................................ 6

NFCA NAIA All-American.................................................... 50

2011 Player Bios.................................................................. 8-31

OU’s All-Time Honors and Awards........................................ 51

2011 Team Picture................................................................... 32

OU’s All-Time Roster............................................................. 52

2011 Coaching Staff........................................................... 34-35

Season-by-Season Log....................................................... 53-55

OU Athletic Administration............................................... 36-37

Indivdiual Single Season and Career Records................... 56-59

OU Administration.................................................................. 38

2011 Opponent Breakdown............................................... 62-68

OU Sports Medicine.......................................................... 39-40 Publication Credits The 2011 Ottawa University® softball media guide is a production of the Ottawa University Sports Information Office. Design, writing and editing by Sports Information Director Katie Tooley using a Dell PC with Adobe Indesign, 5.0. Editorial assistance provided by Nancy Tooley and the OUTM softball staff. Printed by MultiAd Sports of Peoria, Ill. Outside cover designed by Lara Rich-Boyd. Photos by the OU Athletic Department, Sarah Blecha and Matthew Hicks.

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2011 OU ROSTER & BREAKDOWN

Pronunciation Guide Morgan Beckler............................... BECK - ler Hometown/Previous School Korey Higbie...................................... Hig - BEE Beaver Crossing, Neb./Centennial Public Amanda Martinsen..................... MART -in- sen Faucett, Mo./Mid-Buchanan Morgan Shramek...........................Shram - ECK Rantoul, Kan./Wellsville Cady Blevins..................................... BLEV - ins Lexington, Mo./Johnson County CC Yates Center, Kan./Washburn University Ashley Renaldi..............................Re - NAL - di Emily Fuerst.......................................... FUR - st Louisburg, Kan./Louisburg Morrisville, Mo./Marion C Early Jenny Schneider............................ Sch - NI - der Overland Park, Kan./Olathe East Katy Shawver.................................. SHAW - ver Middletown, Mo./Wellsville-Middletown R-I Myah Sprew........................ MY - ah Sp - REW

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Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 21 22 24 25 29 32 33 35

Name Pos. Morgan Beckler P Katarina Burns OF Korey Higbie INF Lyndsay Swafford C Taylor Heffern P/INF Devin Weers UT Amanda Martinsen INF Darin Lewis P Morgan Shramek P Sam Shaffer C Cady Blevins UT Carrie Wilson C Michelle Bowman OF/C Ashley Renaldi P Emily Fuerst INF Lindsey Tuter OF Becca Dunlop OF Jenny Schneider P Katy Shawver INF Lindsey Adams INF Andrea Horn P Myah Sprew OF

B/T. R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L S/R L/R R/R S/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L

Yr. Ht. So. 5-5 So. 5-6 Sr. 5-3 Jr. 5-9 Fr. 5-5 So. 5-3 So. 5-3 Fr. 5-7 So. 5-4 So. 5-3 Centropolis, Kan./West Franklin So. 5-7 Tulsa, Okla./Tulsa Memorial Fr. 5-4 Olathe, Kan./Olathe Northwest Sr. 5-6 Greeley, Kan./Anderson County Jr. 5-4 El Cajon, Calif./Grossmont Sr. 5-11 Harrisonville, Mo./Harrisonville Sr. 5-2 Bucyrus, Kan./Johnson County CC Fr. 5-7 Burlington, Kan./Burlington Fr. 5-6 Kansas City, Kan./Bishop Ward So. 5-10 Ashland, Mo./Southern Boone Jr. 5-0 Santa Clara, Utah/Snow Canyon Sr. 5-7 Olathe, Kan./Olathe North Jr. 5-11 Topeka, Kan./Topeka

Career Honors Morgan Beckler - KCAC Newcomer of the Year (2010) - First-Team All-KCAC (2010) - KCAC Pitcher of the Week (April 4, 2010) Korey Higbie - Second-Team All-KCAC (2010) - Honorable Mention All-KCAC (2009) Michelle Bowman - First-Team All-KCAC (2010)

Alphabetical Roster

No. 32 1 14 16 2 24 21 6 3 33 10 9 17 25 12 29 11 35 4 22 8 15

Name Pos. Lindsey Adams INF Morgan Beckler P Cady Blevins UT Michelle Bowman OF/C Katarina Burns OF Becca Dunlop OF Emily Fuerst INF Taylor Heffern P/INF Korey Higbie INF Andrea Horn P Darin Lewis P Amanda Martinsen INF Ashley Renaldi P Jenny Schneider P Sam Shaffer C Katy Shawver INF Morgan Shramek P Myah Sprew OF Lyndsay Swafford C Lindsey Tuter OF Devin Weers UT Carrie Wilson C

- Second-Team All-KCAC (2009) B/T. R/R R/R L/R S/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R S/R R/R L/L L/L R/R L/R R/R R/R

Yr. Ht. Hometown/Previous School Jr. 5-0 Santa Clara, Utah/Snow Canyon So. 5-5 Beaver Crossing, Neb./Centennial Public So. 5-7 Tulsa, Okla./Tulsa Memorial Sr. 5-6 Greeley, Kan./Anderson County So. 5-6 Faucett, Mo./Mid-Buchanan Fr. 5-7 Burlington, Kan./Burlington Sr. 5-11 Harrisonville, Mo./Harrisonville Fr. 5-5 Yates Center, Kan./Washburn University Sr. 5-3 Rantoul, Kan./Wellsville Sr. 5-7 Olathe, Kan./Olathe North Fr. 5-7 Overland Park, Kan./Olathe East So. 5-3 Morrisville, Mo./Marion C Early Jr. 5-4 El Cajon, Calif./Grossmont Fr. 5-6 Kansas City, Kan./Bishop Ward So. 5-3 Centropolis, Kan./West Franklin So. 5-10 Ashland, Mo./Southern Boone So. 5-4 Middletown, Mo./Wellsville-Middletown R-I Jr. 5-11 Topeka, Kan./Topeka Jr. 5-9 Lexington, Mo./Johnson County CC Sr. 5-2 Bucyrus, Kan./Johnson County CC So. 5-3 Louisburg, Kan./Louisburg Fr. 5-4 Olathe, Kan./Olathe Northwest

Ashley Renaldi - Two-Time Second-Team All-KCAC (2009 & 2010) - KCAC Pitcher of the Week (April 19, 2009) - KCAC Pitcher of the Week (April 26, 2009) Emily Fuerst - Honorable Mention All-KCAC (2008) Lindsey Tuter - Second-Team NFCA All-American (2010) - First-Team NFCA All-Midwest (2010) - First-Team All-KCAC (2010) - KCAC Position Player of the Week (March 21, 2010) - KCAC Position Player of the Week (April 25, 2010) - Daktronics Scholar Athlete Lindsey Adams - Second-Team All-KCAC (2010) Myah Sprew - Second-Team NFCA All-Midwest (2010) - Two-Time First-Team All-KCAC (2009 & 2010)

Head Coach: Jay Kahnt ’00 (10th Season) Assistant Coaches: Kristin Schalk and Beth Krysiak Manager: Terri Reynolds

- KCAC Position Player of the Week (April 11, 2010)

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2011 OU HOMETOWNS TM

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Where Are They From? Kansas (12)

Missouri (6)

Michelle Bowman.................................. Greeley Becca Dunlop.....................................Burlington Taylor Heffern.................................Yates Center Korey Higbie.......................................... Rantoul Andrea Horn............................................. Olathe Darin Lewis..................................Overland Park Jenny Schneider...............................Kansas City Sam Shaffer...................................... Centropolis Myah Sprew............................................ Topeka Lindsey Tuter.........................................Bucyrus Devin Weers........................................Louisburg Carrie Wilson........................................... Olathe

Katarina Burns........................................ Faucett Emily Fuerst...................................Harrisonville Amanda Martinsen............................ Morrisville Katy Shawver.........................................Ashland Morgan Shramek............................. Middletown Lyndsay Swafford...............................Lexington

Myah Sprew

Nebraska (1) Morgan Beckler....................... Beaver Crossing

Oklahoma (1) Cady Blevins.............................................. Tulsa

Utah (1) Lindsey Adams..................................Santa Clara

California (1) Ashley Renaldi......................................El Cajon

Ashley Renaldi

Korey Higbie

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2011 OU Varsity Schedule TM

Date

Feb. 22 !Feb. 25 !Feb. 25 !Feb. 25 !Feb. 26 March 2 #March 4 #March 4 #March 5 #March 5 #March 5 March 8 March 12 March 15 March 18 March 19 March 22 March 25 March 26 *March 30 $April 2 April 6 April 7 *April 9 *April 13 *April 16 *April 19 *April 23 *April 27 ^May 4 ^May 5

Day

Tues. Fri. Fri. Fri. Sat. Wed. Fri. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sat. Tues. Sat. Tues. Fri. Sat. Tues. Fri. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Thur. Sat. Wed. Sat. Tues. Sat. Wed. Wed. Thur.

Opponent

Haskell (DH) Graceland University Central Methodist University MidAmerica Nazarene University MidAmerica Nazarene Tournament Benedictine (DH) Northwestern Oklahoma State University University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Hastings College Central Christian College Mount Mercy College Avila (DH) William Jewell (DH) Bellevue (DH) Oklahoma Christian (DH) Southern Nazarene (DH) Park (DH) Missouri Valley (DH) Peru State (DH) Friends (DH) Kansas Wesleyan (DH) Baker (DH) Mid America Nazarene (DH) Tabor (DH) - Senior Day Bethany (DH) University of Saint Mary (DH) Southwestern (DH) McPherson (DH) Sterling (DH) KCAC Conference Tournament KCAC Conference Tournament

Location

Ottawa, Kan. Olathe, Kan. Olathe, Kan. Olathe, Kan. Olathe, Kan. Atchinson, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Liberty, Mo. Bellevue, Neb. Edmond, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Parkville, Mo. Marshall, Mo. Ottawa, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Baldwin City, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Leavenworth, Kan. Winfield, Kan. McPherson, Kan. Sterling, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Wichita, Kan.

Time

1:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. TBA 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. TBA TBA

(*) Denotes KCAC Games (^) Denotes KCAC Tournament (Wichita, Kan.) (DH) Denotes Double Header (!) Denotes Mid America Nazarene University Tournament (Olathe, Kan.) (#) Denotes Friends University Tournament (Wichita, Kan.) ($) Denotes Breast Cancer Awareness Day / Alumni Day All home games are in BOLD and are played at the Dick Peters Memorial Sports Complex. All times are Central Standard Time (CST) and are subject to change. Check www.ottawabraves.com for the most up to date schedule.

2011 OU Junior Varsity Schedule Date

Feb. 24 March 10 March 14 March 23 March 31 April 11 April 14 April 21 April 23 April 27

Day

Thur. Thur. Mon. Wed. Thur. Mon. Thur. Thur. Sat. Wed.

Opponent

Johnson County Community College (DH) Kansas City Kansas Community College (DH) Kirkwood Community College (DH) Kansas City Kansas Community College (DH) Maple Woods Community College (DH) Highland Community College (DH) Fort Scott Community College (DH) Allen County Community College (DH) McPherson Sterling

Location

Ottawa, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Kansas City, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Highland, Kan. Ottawa, Kan. Iola, Kan. McPherson, Kan. Sterling, Kan.

Time

12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

(DH) Denotes Double Header All home games are in BOLD and are played at the Dick Peters Memorial Sports Complex. All times are Central Standard Time (CST) and are subject to change. Check www.ottawabraves.com for the most up to date schedule.

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2011 OU Radio Roster TM

#3 Korey Higbie Sr. - INF Rantoul, Kan.

#4 Lyndsay Swafford Jr. - C Lexington, Mo.

#6 Taylor Heffern Fr. - P/INF Yates Center, Kan.

#10 Darin Lewis Fr. - P Overland Park, Kan.

#11 Morgan Shramek So. - P Middletown, Mo.

#12 Sam Shaffer So. - C Centropolis, Kan.

#15 Carrie Wilson Fr. - C Olathe, Kan.

#16 Michelle Bowman Sr. - OF/C Greeley, Kan.

#17 Ashley Renaldi Jr. - P El Cajon, Calif.

#21 Emiliy Fuerst Sr. - INF Harrisonville, Mo.

#22 Lindsey Tuter Sr. - OF Bucyrus, Kan.

#24 Becca Dunlop Fr. - OF Burlington, Kan.

#25 Jenny Schneider Fr. - P Kansas City, Kan.

#29 Katy Shawver So. - INF Ashland, Mo.

#32 Lindsey Adams Jr. - INF Santa Clara, Utah

#33 Andrea Horn Sr. - P Olathe, Kan.

#35 Myah Sprew Jr. - INF Topeka, Kan.

Head Coach Jay Kahnt

Assistant Coach Kristin Schalk

Assistant Coach Beth Krysiak

#1 Morgan Beckler So. - P Beaver Crossing, Neb.

#2 Katarina Burns So. - OF Faucett, Mo.

#8 Devin Weers So. - INF Louisburg, Kan.

#9 Amanda Martinsen So. - INF Morrisville, Mo.

#14 Cady Blevins So. - INF Tulsa, Okla.

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2011 Season Outlook The 2011 Ottawa University® softball team’s goal, to capture a second straight KCAC Champship and to qualify for the NAIA Softball National Tournament for the second straight season. That goal is within their reach with the returning of five starters on defense, their top two pitchers, and a strong belief that they can accomplish their goal. Pitching The Lady Braves return their top two pitchers from last year, junior Ashley Renaldi and sophomore Morgan Beckler. Both were named All-KCAC last season with Beckler being named to the first team and Renaldi picking up second team honors. Beckler was also named KCAC Newcomer of the Year. Overall the depth is the best that the OU softball program has had according to head coach Jay Kahnt, “I can go four or five deep this year and feel comfortable with whoever is on the mound.” Infield The Lady Braves lose a four year starter and a four-time All-KCAC selection at

shortstop, Ashley Mundy to graduation but Kahnt feels that with the returners they should be able to fill the void. “We have our first baseman, second baseman, and our third baseman returning and all three of those are upper classmen. We also have two good sophomores competing for that shortstop position so we feel that our infield will be a strength and that we should have one of the top overall defenses in our conference.” Outfield The OU outfield did lose an All-KCAC performer in right field but returns OU’s first NFCA All-American in program history, Lindsey Tuter in left field. She also earned NFCA First Team All-Midwest and was named First Team All-KCAC. Returning at center field is NFCA Second Team All-Midwest and First-Team All-KCAC selection, Myah Sprew. “Both Lindsey and Myah have great speed and can cover the outfield as well as anybody,” said Kahnt. “We have a couple of other girls competing for the right field position that have above average speed so not too many balls should get by our outfielders. Catchers There is a good competition going on between transfer Lyndsay Swafford, returner Michelle Bowman and freshman Carrie Wilson. The Lady Braves did lose Lori Ewalt to graduation last year but Kahnt feels that these three ladies will step up to take her place. “Lori was a great leader and her leadership on and off the softball diamond will be missed but we feel that with the three catchers that are vying for the job we will be able to find her replacement.”

Emily Fuerst

Offense Again like last year the Lady Braves will

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Myah Sprew be very fast and try to steal bases. “Our philosophy is to play the small ball, get some extra base hits, and do the little things to win the game,” said Kahnt. Schedule The 2011 schedule will get the Lady Braves ready for the KCAC. OU will play Sooner Athletic Conference opponents Southern Nazarene University, which is receiving votes in the NAIA Softball Coaches Preseason Top 25 Poll, and Oklahoma Christian University, who defeated no. 23 ranked Baylor University last season. “The Sooner Athletic Conference might be the best softball conference in the country in the NAIA,” said Kahnt. “By playing those teams we are getting a taste of what we will be facing at nationals.” The Lady Braves will play the 21st ranked Pioneers of MidAmerica Nazarene University twice this season. “MidAmerica is the defending HAAC Champions and a national tournament team from last year. They will be a good test for us.” The Lady Braves will also play tough competition in the form of Mount Mercy College, William Jewell College and national tournament qualifier, Bellevue University.


Meet the Lady Braves

“A true champion is someone who wants to make a difference, who never gives up, and who gives everything she has no matter what the circumstances are. A true champion works hard and never loses sight of her dreams.� - Dr. Dot Richardson

Lindsey Tuter


2011 Seniors

SENIOR - INFIELDER - 5-3 RANTOUL, KAN. - WELLISVILLE Entering her senior season Higbie is ranked 10th in the OU record books in slugging percentage (.349), sixth in career walks (31), fifth in career at bats (367), seventh in career hits (110), eighth in doubles (16), fourth in runs scored (93), and eighth in games played (125). 2010: Higbie played and started in all 37 games her junior season. She had a batting average of .228 with 21 hits, 20 runs scored, four doubles, and nine RBI. Higbie had a slugging percentage of .272 and an on base percentage of .294. She was 8-for-9 in stolen base attempts. She had her first multi-hit game of the season versus the University of Science and Arts (3/5), and had a season high two RBIs versus Kansas Wesleyan University (4/17). Because of her play on the softball diamond, Higbie earned Second Team AllKCAC honors. 2009: Higbie played in 43 games, starting 42 on her way to earning Honorable Mention All-KCAC as a sophomore at second base. She hit .326 with 46 hits, 30 runs scored, six doubles, and 11 RBI in the lead off position. Higbie had a slugging percentage of .383 and an on base percentage of .361. She was 13-of-14 in stolen bases. 2008: In her freshman season, Higbie played in 45 games, starting 42, splitting time at designated player and shortstop. She had a batting average of .321 with 43 hits, 43 runs scored and 27 runs driven in. High School: She was a shortstop, utility player and pitcher for Wellsville High School. Higbie helped lead the Lady Eagles to their first state appearance in 2007. Personal: Higbie is the daughter of Steve and Sherry Higbie ... born May 17, 1989 ... sports and recreation administration major.

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Korey HIGBIE #3

Career Statistics Year 2010 2009 2008 Totals

Avg. .288 .326 .321 .300

GP-GS 37-37 43-42 45-42 125-121

AB 92 141 134 367

R 20 30 43 93

H 21 46 43 110

2B 3B HR 4 0 0 6 1 0 6 0 0 16 1 0

RBI 9 11 27 47

TB SLG% BB 25 .272 9 54 .383 10 49 .366 12 128 .349 31

HBP 0 0 0 0

SO 19 18 18 55

OB% .294 .361 .377 .341

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 1-1 8-9 .966 4-3 13-14 .975 0-6 10-11 .878 5-10 31-34 .960


SENIOR - OUTFIELD/CATCHER - 5-6 GREELEY, KAN. - ANDERSON COUNTY Entering her senior season, Bowman is ranked ninth in the OU record books in slugging percentage (.402), sixth in batting average (.380), and tied for first in stolen bases (74).

Lawrence Phoenix softball team that earned a ASA State Championship in 2006 and earned a third place finish in AFA State. Bowman earned Honorable Mention All-League honors in volleyball.

2010: Bowman played and started all 37 games for the Lady Braves during her junior season. She had a .313 batting average with 41 hits, 36 runs scored, one double, and six RBI. Bowman had a slugging percentage of .321 and an on base percentage of .343. She broke her own school record for single season stolen bases with 44. Bowman was 4-for-4 in stolen bases versus Kansas Wesleyan University (4/17), had nine multi-hit games, and 13 games where she stole two or more bases. She earned First Team All-KCAC honors. Bowman finished the season ranked second in the NAIA in steal attempts per game (1.2), second in stolen bases per game (1.1), eighth in total stolen bases (44), and 11th in total steal attempts (47).

Personal: Bowman is the daughter of J.C. and Margie Bowman ... born July 24, 1989 ... elementary education major.

2009: Bowman started 36 of the 38 games that she appeared in during her sophomore season. She led the team in batting average (.478) with 44 hits, 16 runs scored; she had a slugging percentage of .489 and had an on base percentage of .495. Bowman was 29of-33 in stolen bases, and set the school record for stolen bases in a single game with five versus Tabor College (4/9). She set a school record for single season batting average (.478). Bowman earned Second Team All-KCAC honors. 2008: Bowman appeared in 11 varsity games in her first collegiate season. She hit .333 with an onbase percentage of .333 and a slugging percentage of .333. High School: Bowman earned three athletic letters in volleyball and four in softball for Garnett High School. She was part of the

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Michelle BOWMAN #16

Career Statistics Year 2010 2009 2008 Totals

Avg. .313 .478 .333 .380

GP-GS 37-37 38-36 11-0 86-73

AB 131 92 6 229

R 36 16 3 55

H 41 44 2 87

2B 3B HR 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 0

RBI 6 10 3 19

TB SLG% BB 42 .321 6 45 .489 3 5 .833 0 92 .402 9

HBP 0 0 1 1

SO 22 7 1 30

OB% .343 .495 .429 .394

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 0-1 44-47 .967 0-6 29-33 .808 0-0 1-1 1.000 0-7 74-81 .921


SENIOR - INFIELDER - 5-11 HARRISONVILLE, MO. - HARRISONVILLE Entering her senior season, Fuerst is ranked 10th in the OU record books in career RBI with 48. 2010: Fuerst played in 36 games, starting 35 as a junior for the Lady Braves. She had a .245 batting average with 26 hits, nine runs scored, four doubles, one homerun, and 23 RBI. Fuerst had a slugging percentage of .311 and an on base percentage of .278. She was 2-for-3 in stolen base attempts and tallied three sacrifice flies. Fuerst had her first multi-hit game of the season versus the University of Science and Arts (3/5) and hit her second career homerun versus Kansas Wesleyan University (4/29). 2009: In her sophomore season, Fuerst appeared in 33 games, starting 25. She hit .207 and tallied 17 hits, eight runs, 12 RBI, six doubles and one homerun. Fuerst had a slugging percentage of .317 and an on base percentage of .250. 2008: Fuerst appeared in 26 games, starting 18 as a freshman first baseman for the Lady Braves. She had a .317 batting average with 19 hits and 13 runs driven in. Fuerst earned Honorable Mention All-KCAC and was named KCAC Player of the Week once. High School: Fuerst led her Harrisonville High School team to conference, district and state championships during her senior season. She was a three time all-conference and all-district selection. Fuerst also earned Second Team All-Region honors as a senior. Personal: Fuerst is the daughter of Denise Fuerst ... born March 28, 1989 ... business administration and accounting major.

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Emily FUERST #21

Career Statistics Year 2010 2009 2008 Totals

Avg. .245 .207 .317 .250

GP-GS 36-35 33-25 26-18 95-78

AB 106 82 60 359

R 9 8 12 3+

H 26 17 19 +3

2B 3B HR 4 0 1 6 0 1 4 1 0 25 2 3

RBI 23 12 13 48

TB SLG% BB 33 .311 6 26 .317 1 25 .417 7 84 .339 14

HBP 0 4 0 4

SO 17 16 12 45

OB% .278 .250 .382 .293

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 3-0 2-3 .978 1-2 1-1 .966 1-0 0-0 .978 5-2 3-4 .975


SENIOR - OUTFIELDER - 5-2 BUCYRUS, KAN. - JOHNSON CO. CC 2010: Tuter appeared and played in 37 games for the Lady Braves on her way to earning NFCA Second Team All-American, NFCA First Team All-Midwest, and First Team All-KCAC honors. She was the softball program’s first NAIA All-American selection. Tuter led the team in batting average (.448), which is second all-time in the OU record books for single season batting average. She had 56 hits in 125 at bats. Tuter scored 43 runs, earned seven doubles, six triples, and had 31 RBI. She had a slugging percentage of .600 and an on base percentage of .478. Tuter was second on the team in stolen bases, going 35-for-37. She finished the year ranked third in the NAIA in triples per game (0.94), 10th in steal attempts per game (1), 10th in total triples (6), 12th in runs scored per game (1.1), 17th in hits per game (1.5), 18th in total stolen bases (35), 20th in total steal attempts (37), and 27th in batting average (.448). Johnson County CC: Tuter helped Johnson County to two straight NJCAA Division II National Tournaments, placing fifth and ninth. As a sophomore for the Cavaliers, she earned First Team NJCAA All-Region VI/District E and Second Team All-East Jayhawk Conference. Tuter was also named NJCAA Academic All-American. Tuter had a batting average (second on the team) of .419 (65-for155) with five doubles, five triples, 13 RBI, 49 runs scored, and her five triples were a team high. She was successful on 27 of 30 stolen base attempts and her 27 steals led JCCC and tied for 20th in the NJCAA. During her freshman season, she played in 35 games as a pitcher and designated hitter. She batted .299 (32-for-107) with three doubles, two triples, two home runs, 28 runs scored, and 14 RBI. She was 6-for-7 in stolen bases for the Cavaliers. Tuter pitched in three games for a total of 13.1 innings worked and finished with a record of 1-1 with 12 strikeouts. She made two starts in the circle and pitched one complete game shutout. Tuter had a career batting average of .357 (97-for-272) with eight doubles, seven triples, two

home runs, 27 RBI and 77 runs scored. She stole 33 bases in 37 attempts (.892). Tuter finishes her career at JCCC 11th all-time in triples (7) and 13th in stolen bases (33). High School: Tuter attended Louisburg High where she was TriCounty Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006. She was a three-time First Team All-League pitcher and led the Wildcats to the state tournament in 2005 and 2006. Personal: Daughter of Kenny and Kristy Cannon ... born February 13, 1989 ... exercise science major.

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Lindsey TUTER #22

Career Statistics Year 2010 Totals

Avg. .448 .448

GP-GS 37-37 37-37

AB 125 125

R 43 43

H 56 56

2B 3B HR 7 6 0 7 6 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 31 75 .600 7 31 75 .600 7

HBP 1 1

SO 13 13

OB% .478 .478

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 1-1 35-37 .927 1-1 35-37 .927


SENIOR - PITCHER - 5-7 OLATHE, KAN. - OLATHE NORTH 2010: Horn appeared in three games for the Lady Braves. She finished with a record of 0-1 and pitched 4.1 innings. 2009: Horn started six games on the mound as a sophomore, pitching 10.2 innings. 2008: Horn appeared in 14 games on the mound as a freshman for the Lady Braves. She had a 5-3 record with a 4.06 ERA. Horn pitched 39.2 innings and recorded 11 strikeouts. High School: Horn earned two letters in softball at Olathe North High School. She also earned academic All-American honors. Personal: Horn is the daughter of Alan and Bonnie Horn ... born September 3, 1988 ... biology major.

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Andrea HORN #33

Career Statistics (Pitching) Year 2010 2009 2008 Totals

W-L 0-1 0-0 5-3 5-4

ERA 8.08 7.88 4.06 5.12

APP 3 6 14 23

GS 1 0 10 11

CG SHO 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

SV 0 0 0 0

IP 4.1 10.2 39.2 54.2

H 7 18 48 73

R 9 13 26 48

ER 5 12 23 40

BB 3 7 16 26

SO 1 1 11 13

HR 0 2 1 5

HBP 0 1 2 3

WP 2 1 9 12

OPP AVG. .333 .409 .304 .327


2011 Underclassmen

Morgan BECKLER #1

SOPHOMORE - PITCHER - 5-5 BEAVER CROSSING, NEB. - CENTENNIAL PUBLIC 2010: In her first collegiate season, Beckler played in 19 games, starting 16 on the mound. She finished the season with a record of 14-3 and a 1.98 ERA, which is second in the OU record books in single season. She pitched in 109.1 innings, had 12 complete games, two shutouts, and 68 strikeouts. Opponents had a batting average of .212 against her. Beckler had a career high nine strikeouts versus University of Science and Arts (3/5) and had her first career shutout versus the University of Saint Mary (3/30). She earned KCAC Newcomer of the Year and was named First Team All-KCAC. Beckler earned KCAC Pitcher of the Week honors once. High School: Beckler was a four year letter winner in softball and a three year letterman in track for the Centennial Public High School. She was an all-conference and an all-state selection in 2008 for the Broncos. Beckler was the area’s leader in wins, strikeouts, ERA, and broke the school record for single season strikeouts. She had a 0.60 ERA in 2008. Personal: Daughter of Tony and Janice Beckler ... born May 31, 1991 ... English major.

Career Statistics (Pitching) Year 2010 Totals

W-L 14-3 14-3

ERA 1.98 1.98

APP 19 19

GS 16 16

CG SHO 12 2 12 2

SV IP H 0 109.1 88 0 109.1 88

R 36 36

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ER 31 31

BB 29 29

SO 68 68

HR 5 5

HBP 3 3

WP 5 5

OPP AVG. .236 .236


Katarina BURNS #2

SOPHOMORE - OUTFIELDER - 5-6 FAUCETT, MO. - MID-BUCHANAN 2010: Burns played in 15 games as a freshman for the Lady Braves. She was 1-for-1 in stolen base attempts, earning her first career stolen base versus Kansas Wesleyan University (4/17). High School: Burns earned four letters in softball, cheer and track, and two in dance and basketball. She helped lead the MidBuchanan High School to a third place finish at state in 2008 and was selected to play in an all-star game. Burns received Honorable Mention All-Conference in 2007 and 2008 and was an All-District Honorable Mention selection in 2007. Personal: Daughter of Charlyne and Bill Burns ... born March 15, 1991 ... elementary education major.

Career Statistics

Year 2010 Totals

Avg. .000 .000

GP-GS 15-0 15-0

AB 1 1

R 3 3

H 0 0

2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0

19

HBP 0 0

SO 0 0

OB% .000 .000

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 0-0 1-1 .000 0-0 1-1 .000


Devin WEERS #8

SOPHOMORE - INFIELDER - 5-3 LOUISBURG, KAN. - LOUISBURG 2010: Weers played in two games in an injury shortened freshman season. She was 1-for-1 in stolen bases, earning her first career stolen base versus Baker University (4/3). High School: Weers earned four letters in softball and two in volleyball for Louisburg High School. She was part of a Wildcat team that qualified for the state tournament her freshman season. Personal: Daughter of Ronnie and Ginger Dover ... born February 6, 1991 ... accounting major.

Career Statistics

Year 2010 Totals

Avg. .000 .000

GP-GS 2-0 2-0

AB 0 0

R 0 0

H 0 0

2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0

20

HBP 0 0

SO 0 0

OB% .000 .000

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 0-0 2-2 .000 0-0 2-2 .000


Amanda MARTINSEN #9

SOPHOMORE - INFIELDER - 5-3 MORRISVILLE, MO. - MARION C EARLY 2010: Martinsen played in three games in her freshman season for the Lady Braves. She earned her first collegiate walk versus Friends University (4/13) and had her first official at bat versus Point Loma Nazarene University (5/20). Martinsen earned her first career assist versus Haskell Indian Nations University (3/2). High School: Martinsen earned four varsity letters in softball for Marion C. Early High School. She was named All-District four times, All-Conference and All-Region three times, All-State once and was named Second Team All-Ozarks once. Martinsen helped the Panthers to the state tournament three years in a row. Personal: Daughter of Scott and Belinda Martinsen ... born July 6, 1991 ... art major.

Career Statistics

Year 2010 Totals

Avg. .000 .000

GP-GS 5-1 5-1

AB 1 1

R 0 0

H 0 0

2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 0 0 .000 1 0 0 .000 1

21

HBP 0 0

SO 0 0

OB% .500 .500

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 0-0 0-0 1.000 0-0 0-0 1.000


Morgan SHRAMEK #11

SOPHOMORE - PITCHER - 5-4 MIDDLETOWN, MO. - WELLSVILLE/MIDDLETOWN RI 2010: Shramek appeared in nine games for the Lady Braves in her first collegiate season. She finished the season with a record of 2-1 and a 3.88 ERA. Shramek had 13 strikeouts, including a career high five versus Graceland University (3/6). Opponents had a .250 batting average against her in 21.2 innings pitched. High School: Shramek was a four-time all-conference selection for Wellsville-Middletown R-I High School (WMHS). She also earned all-district honors three times. Shramek was a four year letter winner in softball for WMHS and earned state honors in track and cross country. Personal: Daughter of Mark and Darla Shramek ... born October 30, 1990 ... human services major.

Career Statistics (Pitching) Year 2010 Totals

W-L 2-1 2-1

ERA 3.88 3.88

APP 9 9

GS 1 1

CG SHO 1 0 1 0

SV IP H 0 21.2 23 0 21.2 23

R 13 13

22

ER 12 12

BB 5 5

SO 13 13

HR 5 5

HBP 0 0

WP 2 2

OPP AVG. .250 .250


Sam SHAFFER #12

SOPHOMORE - CATCHER - 5-3 CENTROPOLIS, KAN. - WEST FRANKLIN 2010: Shaffer redshirted her sophomore season. 2009: Shaffer appeared in two games during her freshman season. She scored one run and was 1-for-1 in stolen base attempts. Personal: Daughter of Kim and Marvin Hedgepath-Shaffer ... born May 31, 1990 ... physical education major.

Career Statistics

Year 2009 Totals

Avg. .000 .000

GP-GS 2-0 2-0

AB 0 0

R 1 1

H 0 0

2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0

23

HBP 0 0

SO 0 0

OB% .000 .000

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 0-0 1-1 .000 0-0 1-1 .000


Cady BLEVINS #14

SOPHOMORE - UTILITY - 5-7 TULSA, OKLA. - TULSA MEMORIAL 2010: Blevins appeared in 26 games, making 10 starts in her freshman season. She had a .290 batting average with nine hits, seven runs scored, one RBI, and was 4-for-6 in stolen base attempts. Blevins had a slugging percentage of .290 and an on base percentage of .333. She earned her first collegiate hit versus Missouri Valley College (2/27) when she went 3-for-4 on the day with one run scored. Blevins drove in her first career RBI versus University of Saint Mary (3/30) and earned her first career walk versus Park University (3/27). High School: Blevins was a four year letterwinner in softball for Tulsa Memorial High School. She earned Honorable Mention All-Conference at second base as a freshman and First Team All-Conference as a sophomore, junior and senior. Blevins helped the Chargers to the All-City Championship for four straight years. She had a .369 batting average and was 23-of-23 in stolen bases. Belvins helped her club team, Oklahoma Pride, to three ASA National Tournaments and three AFA National Tournaments. In 2007, she led them to the Disney’s Stats & Stripes Tournament in Orlando, Fla. and in 2008 to the 18U USSSA Tournament in Independence, Mo. Personal: Daughter of Michelle and Joe Don Blevins ... born July 30, 1991 ... exercise science major with a coaching minor.

Career Statistics

Year 2010 Totals

Avg. .290 .290

GP-GS 26-10 26-10

AB 31 31

R 7 7

H 9 9

2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI TB SLG% BB 1 9 .290 2 1 9 .290 2

24

HBP 0 0

SO 12 12

OB% .333 .333

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 0-0 4-6 .932 0-0 4-6 .932


Ashley RENALDI #17

JUNIOR - PITCHER - 5-4 EL CAJON, CALIF. - GROSSMONT Entering her junior season, Renaldi is ranked second in the OU record books in career victories (21), second in complete games pitched (21), third in innings pitched (200.2), second in ERA (2.37), second in strikeouts (148), fourth in appearances (35), and second in starts (34).

earned KCAC Pitcher of the Week recognition. Renaldi pitched in 121.1 innings with 100 strikeouts. At the plate, she was third on the team in batting average (.383) and had 23 hits, 10 runs scored, four doubles, three homeruns, and 14 RBI. Renaldi had a slugging percentage of .600 and an on base percentage of .413.

2010: In her second collegiate season, Renaldi played in 15 games and started 14 on the pitcher’s mound. She had a 9-3 record with a team leading 1.94 ERA, which is first in the OU record books in single season. Renaldi had eight complete games with two shutouts. She pitched in 79.1 innings, tallied 48 strikeouts and held opponents to a .236 batting average. Renaldi had a season high nine strikeouts versus Missouri Valley College (2/27) and earned her first shutout of the season versus the University of Saint Mary (3/30). At the plate, Renaldi hit .306 with 11 hits, two runs scored, two doubles, one homerun, and 10 RBI. She had a .444 slugging percentage and a .316 on base percentage. Renaldi had her first multi-hit game and her first multi-RBI game of the season versus Southwestern College (4/10). She earned Second Team All-KCAC for the second straight season. Renaldi finished the season ranked 28th in the NAIA in total earned runs allowed (22) and 43rd in total runs allowed (36).

High School: Renaldi lettered three years in softball for Grossmont High School. She helped lead the Foothillers to the 2006 North League Championship and earned Honorable Mention honors from the San Diego Union Tribune in 2007. Renaldi helped her travel team to a fifth place finish at the 2007 ASA Western Nationals. She also helped them to the 2008 USSSA Fastpitch Southern California State Championship. Personal: Renaldi is the daughter of Michele and Steve Renaldi ... born June 15, 1990 ... elementary education major.

2009: In her freshman season, Renaldi went 12-7 with a 2.65 ERA on her way to earning Second Team All-KCAC honors. She also

Career Statistics (Pitching)

Year 2010 2009 Totals

W-L 9-3 12-7 22-10

ERA 1.94 2.65 2.37

APP 15 20 35

GS 14 20 34

CG 8 13 21

SHO 2 3 5

SV IP 0 79.1 0 121.1 0 200.2

H 71 116 187

25

R 36 56 92

ER 22 46 68

BB 30 35 65

SO 48 100 148

HR 2 7 9

HBP 4 4 8

WP OPP AVG. 3 .236 3 .246 6 .240


Katy Shawver #29

SOPHOMORE - INFIELDER - 5-10 ASHLAND, MO. - SOUTHERN BOONE 2010: Shawver played in five games her freshman season. She hit her first career homerun in an exhibition game versus Washburn University (3/17). Shawver had a .143 batting average with one hit in seven at bats. She earned her first career hit versus Central Christian College (3/5). High School: Shawver earned three letters in softball and one in soccer for Southern Boone High School. Personal: Daughter of Laurie and Charles Shawver ... born January 20, 1991 ... elementary education major.

Career Statistics

Year 2010 Totals

Avg. .143 .143

GP-GS 5-1 5-1

AB 7 7

R 1 1

H 1 1

2B 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

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HBP 0 0

SO 2 2

OB% .143 .143

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 0-0 0-0 1.000 0-0 0-0 1.000


Lindsey ADAMS #32

JUNIOR - INFIELDER - 5-0 SANTA CLARA, UTAH - SNOW CANYON Entering her junior season, Adams is ranked sixth in the OU record books in career slugging percentage (.419).

Personal: Daughter of Ray and Tammy Adams ... born August 30, 1990 ... exercise science major.

2010: Adams played in 37 games, starting 35 on her way to earning Second Team All-KCAC honors as a sophomore. She had a .329 batting average with 26 hits in 79 at bats. Adams scored nine runs, had five doubles, one homerun, and eight RBI. She had a slugging percentage of .430, an on base percentage of .398, and she was 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts. Adams had a career high three hits versus Graceland University (3/6) and her first multi RBI game (3) versus Central Christian College (3/5). 2009: Adams appeared in 25 games as a freshman, starting 17 at third base. She hit .267 with 12 hits, six runs scored, four doubles, one triple, and three RBI. Adams had a slugging percentage of .400 and an on base percentage of .377. High School: Adams earned four letters in softball at Snow Canyon High School. She helped lead the Warriors to three state tournaments and a third place finish in 2005. Adams earned All-Region IX honors as a senior and earned the Region IX MVP. In 2008, she hit .372 with nine doubles, two home runs and 17 RBI. She also walked 10 times, had an on base percentage of .602 and a fielding percentage of .930.

Career Statistics

Year 2010 2009 Totals

Avg. .329 .267 .306

GP-GS 37-35 25-17 62-52

AB 79 45 124

R 9 6 15

H 26 12 38

2B 3B HR 5 0 1 4 1 0 9 1 1

RBI 8 3 11

TB SLG% BB 34 .430 7 18 .400 8 52 .419 15

27

HBP 2 0 2

SO 15 10 25

OB% .398 .377 .379

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 0-1 3-3 .936 0-3 0-0 .930 0-4 3-3 .934


Myah SPREW #35

JUNIOR - OUTFIELDER - 5-11 TOPEKA, KAN. - TOPEKA 2008: Redshirted.

Entering her junior season, Sprew is ranked second all-time in the OU record books in career slugging percentage (.602), third in career batting average (.403), sixth in career RBI (57), fourth in career homeruns (9), fifth in career triples (5), and 10th in career runs scored (60).

High School: She played first base and lettered two years in softball for Topeka High School. Sprew played on the 2006 ASA State Championship team and helped them to a third place finish in 2005.

2010: Sprew played and started in 35 games on her way to earning NFCA Second Team All-Midwest and First Team All-KCAC honors. She was third on the team in batting average (.417) with 50 hits in 120 at bats. Sprew scored 40 runs, had five doubles, three triples, four homeruns, and 34 RBI. She had a slugging percentage of .608 and an on base percentage of .441. Sprew was 10-for-12 in stolen base attempts. She had her highest single game batting average total of 1.000 by going 3-for-3 versus the University of Science and Arts (3/5). Sprew had two or more RBIs in a game eight times and 14 multi-hits games. She finished the season ranked 13th in the NAIA in runs scored per game (1.1) and 28th in hits per game (1.4).

Personal: Daughter of Calvin and Heather Sprew ... born August 11, 1988 ... human services major. She is also a member of the Lady Braves basketball team. Her grandfather, Dr. Marvin Wilson, is an OU graduate and still holds the school long jump record with a jump of 24’4� set in 1958.

2009: During her redshirt freshman season, Sprew was third on the team in batting average (.387). She earned First Team All-KCAC at center field. In 111 at bats, Sprew had 43 hits, 20 runs scored, four doubles, two triples, five homeruns, and 23 RBI. She had a slugging percentage of .595 and an on base percentage of .417. Sprew was 10-of-14 in stolen base attempts.

Career Statistics

Year 2010 2009 Totals

Avg. .417 .387 .403

GP-GS 35-35 39-39 74-74

AB 120 111 231

R 40 20 60

H 50 43 93

2B 3B HR 5 3 4 4 2 5 9 5 9

RBI 34 23 57

TB SLG% BB 73 .608 6 66 .595 7 139 .602 13

28

HBP 0 0 0

SO 13 21 34

OB% .441 .417 .427

SF-SH SB/ATT FLD% 1-0 10-12 .864 2-1 10-14 .962 3-1 20-26 .917


2011 Newcomers

Lyndsay SWAFFORD #4 JUNIOR - CATCHER - 5-9 LEXINGTON, MO. - JOHNSON CO. CC Johnson Co. CC: Swafford was a two-time All-Conference and All-Region selection for the Cavaliers. She helped compile an 84-24 record in two seasons with two national tournament appearances. During her sophomore season, she helped JCCC to a 48-11 record and a tie for fifth place in the NJCAA D-II National Tournament. Swafford earned honorable mention All-Kansas Jayhawk Conference and All-Region VI/District D honors. She played in 52 games and batted .228 (34-for-149) with eight doubles, 13 runs and 14 RBI. Swafford had a fielding percentage of .990 on the season and had only three errors in 310 fielding chances. In her freshman season, Swafford earned First-Team All-Region VI and Honorable Mention All-East Jayhawk Conference honors at catcher. She played in 48 games and batted .365 (58-for-159) with seven doubles, 38 RBI and 24 runs. Swafford’s 58 hits were third on the team, and her 38 RBI ranked fourth. She did not commit an error from her catching position and threw out 13 of 16 stolen base runners. Swafford helped JCCC to a ninth place finish at nationals. High School: At Lexington High School, she earned varsity letters in softball, basketball and track and field. Swafford was a threetime All-Missouri Valley Conference and two-time All-District performer in softball. She also garnered All-Conference and AllDistrict honors in basketball three times and was a three-time selection to the KMZU Dream Team. Swafford scored over 1,000 points in basketball and on the track qualified for the Missouri 2A State Track Meet her sophomore, junior and senior years. She helped her team win a district title in track her sophomore season, and a regional title as a senior. Swafford earned Academic All-Conference in all three varsity sports. Personal: Daughter of Mark and Kathy Swafford ... born October 24, 1989 ... exercise science major.

Taylor HEFFERN #6 FIRST YEAR - PITCHER/INFIELDER - 5-5 YATES CENTER, KAN. - WASHBURN UNIVERSITY Washburn University: Heffern redshirted and has all four years of eligibility remaining. High School: Heffern was a four year letter winner in softball and basketball and earned three letters in volleyball for Yates Center High School (YCHS). She earned Second Team All-State honors and was an All-League performer as a sophomore and junior. Heffern led YCHS with six homeruns, a batting average of .523, and struck out 155 batters her junior season. She played on the Iola Fire summer team and helped lead them to a USSSA 16U State Championship, a second place finish at USSSA State 18U, a second place finish at ASA State 16U and an AFA State 16U third place finish. Heffern is a member of the National Honor Society and a volunteer coach for soccer, basketball and t-ball. Personal: Daughter of Mike and Sandra Heffern ... born October 7, 1990 ... business administration major.

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Darin LEWIS #10 FIRST YEAR - PITCHER - 5-7 OVERLAND PARK, KAN. - OLATHE EAST High School: As a junior at Olathe East High School, Lewis pitched the Hawks to the Regional Championship and a 3rd place finish in the KSHSAA 6A State Tournament. She posted a 12-2 record and was selected to the All-Olathe Team, earned Second Team All-Sunflower League and was named Second Team AllJohnson County. Lewis is a 2010 NAIA Champions of Character Honoree. In the fall of 2009, she pitched for the Diamond Devils Black. Lewis was undefeated against 18U Gold competition beating such national powerhouses as the Texas Impact Gold and California Sorcerers with a cumulative 1.10 ERA. At the plate, she had a batting average of .409, an on base percentage of .490 and a slugging percentage of .568 in 53 plate appearances with one home run. Lewis was an ace on the pitching staff of the Olathe Flash Softball Club for 9 years. With the Flash, she played in two ASA Northern National Championship games and one AFA National Championship game, winning the national title in 2007 where she was selected to the ASA All Tournament Team. Lewis also pitched her Flash team to second place finishes at the 2005 ASA National Tournament and the 2003 AFA National Championship. She was selected MVP at the 2009 USSSA State Tournament. At Olathe East, she earned the Business Endorsement and Leadership Endorsement. She is a member of the Business Men and Women’s Club and the Future Teachers Organization. Personal: Daughter of Joe and Debbie Lewis ... born August 27, 1992 ... business administration major.

Carrie WILSON #15 FIRST YEAR - CATCHER - 5-4 OLATHE, KAN. - OLATHE NORTHWEST High School: Wilson earned three letters in softball for Olathe Northwest High School. She helped the Ravens to a Kansas State Championship in 2009 and a runner-up finish in 2008. Wilson led the Ravens to two regional championships and a Sunflower League Championships. Personal: Daughter of Paul and Paula Wilson... born June 11, 1992 ... exercise science major. Her brother Tyler is a sophomore on the Braves baseball team.

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Becca DUNLOP #24 FIRST YEAR - OUTFIELDER - 5-7 BURLINGTON, KAN. - BURLINGTON High School: Dunlop was a four year letterwinner in softball and cross country for Burlington High School. She earned one letter in basketball. Dunlop was a 2009 all-league selection on the diamond. In 61 at bats, she had a batting average of .525, drove in 24 runs, had a slugging percentage of .820, tallied two homeruns and was 15-of-15 in stolen base attempts. During the summer of 2009, Dunlop played for “A” 16U had a batting average of .406 in 101 at bats. She tallied 17 RBI, had a slugging percentage of .436 and was 6-of-6 in stolen base attempts. In 2008, Dunlop helped her traveling team to the ASA “B” 16U State Title, AFA “B” 16U State Title and to an ASU National Regional Runner-up finish. In the summer of 2007, she helped them to an ASA “B” 14U State Title and an AFA “B” 14U State Title. Personal: Daughter of Tim and Tina Dunlop... born August 20, 1992 ... exercise science major.

Jenny SCHNEIDER #25 FIRST YEAR - PITCHER - 5-6 KANSAS CITY, KAN. - BISHOP WARD High School: Schneider is a four year letter winner in softball and earned two letters in cross country for the Bishop Ward High School (BWHS) Cyclones. She helped BWHS to a regional championship and a state tournament appearance in 2009. Schneider pitched in all three region games without giving up an earned run. She earned Second Team All-Kaw Valley as a senior and was voted BWHS MVP and Most Dedicated Player by her teammates in 2008 and again in 2009. Schneider played in the 2008 Colorado Sparks All-Star Game and helped her team to an eighth place finish at the Triple Crown World Series in Park City, Utah. Personal: Daughter of Greg and Kathy Schneider.. born October 25, 1991 ... English major.

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Coaching Staff and Administration “A true champion is someone who wants to make a difference, who never gives up, and who gives everything they have no matter what the circumstances are. A true champion works hard and never loses sight of their dreams.� --Anonymous

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Head Coach Jay KAHNT Coach Kahnt is in his 10th season as head softball coach for Ottawa University. Coach Kahnt has coached 48 All-KCAC selections, six first team All-Region IV selections, three NFCA All-Midwest Region Selections, and the program’s first NAIA AllAmerican and Region IV Player of the Year. The softball team team has excelled in the classroom as well, having 13 players earn NAIA Daktronics Scholar Athlete honors and the 2010 team was named a Daktronic Scholar Team.

Kahnt’s Career Record Year

W

L

Pct

League Finish/Postseason

2010

27

10

.729 1st/NAIA National Tourn.

2009

26

18

.590 3rd/KCAC Tourn.

2008

31

19

.620 4th/KCAC Tourn.

2007

26

18

.590 1st/Region IV Tourn.

2006

24

22

.521 4th/NAIA National Tourn.

2005

9

23

.281 8th/KCAC Tourn.

2004

5

30

.142 8th

2003

6

28

.176 8th

2002

9

23

.281 5th

Totals

163

191

.460

Kahnt’s Career Honors 2010 KCAC Coach of the Year 2007 KCAC Coach of the Year

Under Kahnt’s leadership in 2010, OU won its second KCAC Championship, captured the program’s first KCAC Tournament Title, and qualfiied for their second trip to the NAIA Softball National Championships. Because of his coaching efforts he earned his second KCAC Coach of the Year honor. OU finished the season with a record of 2710 and a KCAC record of 15-1. OU placed nine players on the All-KCAC team and the program had its first All-American selection with Lindsey Tuter earning NFCA Second Team All-American honors. Myah Sprew was named Second Team NFCA AllMidwest and Tuter was a First Team NFCA All-Midwest selection. The OU softball team did well in the classroom as they were named a NAIA Scholar Team and had two players, Tuter and Kadie Berlin, named Daktronic Scholar Athletes. The 2009 Lady Braves ended the season with an overall record of 26-18 and a KCAC record of 12-4. OU finished third in the KCAC regular season and third in the KCAC Post Season Tournament. Under Coach Kahnt’s leadership, the 2009 Lady Braves broke a total of eight team and individual records and defeated two nationally ranked softball teams for the first time in school history. OU had eight players earn All-KCAC honors, the most in program history. During the 2008 season, Coach Kahnt earned his 100th head coaching victory as the Lady Braves earned their third straight Region IV Tournament birth. The Lady Braves set a school record for season victories with 31 and had seven players earn All-KCAC honors and for the third straight season a player earn Region IV honors. In 2007, the Lady Braves won their first KCAC Regular Season Championship and finished second in the KCAC Post Season Tournament for the second year in a row. Coach Kahnt earned Co-KCAC Coach of the Year honors. In 2006, OU became the first team in KCAC history to reach the NAIA Softball National Tournament by winning the programs first NAIA Region IV Touranment Championshp. Coach Kahnt was a student assistant from 1997-2000 for the men’s basketball team, before becoming a full-time assistant in 2000 and continued in that position until 2006. Kahnt was a player in the Braves basketball program during the 1996-97 season, before deciding to become a coach. Kahnt graduated from Ottawa University in 2000 with a degree in business administration. In 2002, he received his master’s degree in sports administration from the University of Kansas. Kahnt is an instructor in the Physical Education Department and Director of Intramurals.

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Kahnt, his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Emma reside in Ottawa.

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Assistant Coach Kristin SCHALK Kristin Schalk will begin her first year as an assistant coach on the Lady Braves softball staff. She will assist in all aspects of the program, specifically with outfield and hitting. Schalk joins Ottawa from NCAA Division II Gannon University in Erie, Pa., where she graduated in May 2010 with a Bachelors of Science in Sports and Exercise Science. There she was a three-year letterwinner on the women’s softball team. During her career with the Golden Knights, Schalk served as an outfielder and designated player. She hit a career high .275 during her senior season while leading the team in doubles. Throughout her time as an undergraduate, Schalk served as a member of Gannon’s sports and exercise science club, president of the physical therapy club, homecoming court member and student assistant coach for Gannon’s men’s wrestling team. Schalk has also spent time as an assistant coach with the Central Ohio Lady Rebels 16U club softball team and Mercyhurst Preparatory High School softball team. As an assistant coach she worked within all facets of the game, primarily focusing on outfield, middle infield and hitting. Schalk was a 2006 graduate of Watkins Memorial High School in Pataskala, Ohio. She is currently working on her masters of sports administration from Canisius College.

Graduate Assistant Coach Beth KRYSIAK Beth Krysiak will begin her first year as a graduate assistant on the Lady Braves softball staff. She will assist in all aspects of the program, specifically with pitchers and catchers. Krysiak joins OU directly from Centenary College in Shreveport, where she received a BS in Health and Exercise Science and a BA in Psychology in May 2010 and was a four-year letterwinner on the Ladies softball team. Playing as a utility player, Krysiak saw action at catcher, third base, first base, and outfield during her time at Centenary. She hit a career high .222 during her senior season and led the team with a .300 average in Summit League play. During her time as an undergraduate, Krysiak served as Centenary’s intramural student director where she managed events, staff workers and maintained communication with the student-athletes. Krysiak also assisted former head coach Mark Montgomery as a student intern in the softball office, helping with recruitment, travel, practice plans, and community service events. Since May 2006, Krysiak has spent time as an assistant coach with the Houston Power 18U Gold club softball team. In that role, she worked with catchers, pitchers and infielders, as well as organized and ran clinics on field coaching. Krysiak was 2005 graduate of The Woodlands High School in The Woodlands, Texas. She plans on pursuing a Master of Arts in Education with a concentration in curriculum and instruction.

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Athletic Director Arabie CONNER Arabie Conner begins her sixth year at the helm of Ottawa University’s athletic department. The previous five years have brought many accomplishments for the Braves: 115 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes, 29 NAIA All-Americans, 82 KCAC Players of the Week, and 302 All-KCAC selections. Six coaches have been named KCAC Coach of the Year, two have been named KBCA College Coach of the Year and two have earned region coach of the year. Under Conner, the athletic department started women’s golf during the 2007-08 season. The men’s and women’s basketball teams have each reached the Sweet 16 of the NAIA Division II National Tournament. The men’s team made back-to-back appearances at the NAIA National Tournament (200607, 2007-08) for the first time in program history. Before being named athletic director, Conner spent 11 years as the head women’s basketball coach at Ottawa University, stepping down after a record breaking 2006-07 season. She finished as the all-time winningest coach in Lady Brave history with 162 victories. Conner earned the Kansas Basketball Coaches Associations Women’s College Basketball Coach of the Year award 2003-04 and again in 2006-07. In 2004, 2006 and 2007, she led the Lady Braves to the KCAC Basketball Tournament Championship and to the NAIA Division II National Tournament. Conner also helped OU to its first ‘Sweet 16’ appearance at the NAIA National Tournament in 2007. Conner graduated from William Jewell College in 1992 with a degree in health/exercise science and English. She was a four year letterwinner on the basketball court for the Cardinals, earning HAAC Player of the Year in 1991. Conner is fourth all-time in career scoring (1,893). Conner also played softball and soccer for WJC and after her playing days, she was an assistant coach on the women’s basketball team. She was named William Jewell Athlete of the Year twice for two different sports, basketball and softball and was inducted into William Jewell’s Hall of Fame in 2004. Conner earned a master’s degree in sports administration and sport psychology from the University of Kansas. She has been an associate professor in the OU physical education department, taught in the liberal arts studies program and is the first female athletic director in school history. Conner resides in Ottawa with her husband Tim and their children Cole (10), Kylie (9), Zoey (7), and Brodie (6).

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Assistant Athletic Director Bruce TATE Bruce Tate is in his sixth year as assistant director of athletics at Ottawa University, and in his third season as head coach for the Lady Braves basketball team. He spent nine years as an assistant coach and was the head junior varsity coach. In addition to coaching basketball, Tate also serves as an instructor in physical education and is in charge of game day management. He graduated from OU in May of 2000 with a degree in physical education, with emphasis in recreation administration and health and fitness. Tate earned a Master of Science in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from Emporia State University in 2005.

Assistant Athletic Director Tom TALDO Tom Taldo is in his third year as assistant athletic director at OU. He is dean of student affairs and an assistant track coach for the Braves and Lady Braves track and field teams. Before coming to OU, Taldo spent six seasons with Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas, coaching the defensive secondary, wide receivers, tight ends, and the offensive line. A 1999 graduate of Bethany, he was part of the 1994, ’95, ’96 KCAC Championship teams as a player. Taldo was a three-year letter winner in football, and was a four-year letter winner and named All-KCAC in track for the Swedes. He completed his master’s degree in sports administration from Wichita State University in 2005. Taldo, his wife Gina, their four children Carter (2), McKenna (1), Addison (newborn), and Avery (newborn) reside in Ottawa.

Faculty Athletic Representative DR. Corkie HEDLUND Dr. Corkie Hedlund is in her eighth year as OU’s faculty athletic representative. Her responsibilities include monitoring the academic achievement of student-athletes, as well as making certain they meet University, conference and national association eligibility requirements.

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President Kevin C. EICHNER Kevin Eichner became the 21st president of Ottawa University in July of 2008 having served as a member of the OU Board of Trustees since 1982 and as a prior Chairman. Under his leadership, the University has embarked on a major expansion campaign and is presently enjoying record growth in new student enrollments. Prior to his appointment to lead Ottawa University, Eichner served as president, CEO and vice chairman of Enterprise Financial Services Corporation, the parent company of Enterprise Bank & Trust, a $4.0 billion banking and wealth management trust company headquartered in St. Louis with operations in Kansas City and Phoenix. A cofounder of Enterprise, Eichner served as its CEO from 2002 through May of 2008 and oversaw its emergence as a NASDAQ-traded company recognized for its high growth and performance in the financial services industry. Prior to his work at Enterprise, Eichner served as executive vice president and then CEO of General American/MetLife for five years. In 1983, he founded a successful consulting company, Collaborative Strategies, Inc., which provided consultation to a large number of management and strategic for-profit and not-for-profit organizations during his 14 year tenure prior to its acquisition by General American in 1997. Eichner is a 1973 graduate of Ottawa University with a BA in social change. He went on to earn an MBA from the Harvard Business School in 1977. Firmly committed to lifelong learning, Eichner designed and launched Enterprise University for Enterprise Bank and Trust, which has enrolled more than 5,000 executives and non-profit leaders in workshops aimed at enhancing their knowledge and skill sets. He has written business essays which have been regularly published. Eichner has taught workshops on numerous business and organizational topics over the past 25 years. He is known as an accomplished strategic planning facilitator, having served more than 100 clients in this capacity. Eichner and his wife Marylin, a 2000 graduate of OU-Kansas City, are the parents of three sons.

Vice President & Provost DR. Dennis TYNER Dr. Dennis Tyner is in his fourth year as the Vice President and Provost of The College at Ottawa University, a position in which he is responsible for the administration of the entire Ottawa campus. Formerly the Dean of The David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont, Tyner came to Ottawa University in the spring of 2007. In his brief three and one-half years here, Tyner and his team have helped to increase The College enrollment by more than 65 percent, and are excited about the expected continued growth through the next decade. Dr. Tyner and his wife Patty are the proud parents of eight children: Rikki (32), Katy (31), Kelli (27), Kristi (23), Kandi (21), David (20), Kevin (18), and Keith (15). Tyner resides in Ottawa, Kansas.

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Head Athletic Trainer Jennifer RAYBERN Jennifer Raybern is in her 13th year as head athletic trainer at Ottawa University. She graduated from the University of Kansas in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with athletic training emphasis. Raybern worked for two years as a student trainer at KU, working primarily with the Jayhawk softball, football, women’s tennis, and swimming and diving teams. While getting her Masters of Science in Kinesiology and Sports Psychology at the University of Kansas, she served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Baker University. As head athletic trainer for the Braves, Raybern is responsible for the prevention, care and rehabilitation of injuries for 14 varsity athletic programs. She is a member of the faculty in the physical education department primarily teaching a variety of courses in the exercise science discipline. Raybern is the program director for OU’s National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) endorsed personal training and strength and conditioning programs. In addition to being a certified and licensed athletic trainer, she is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and performance enhancement specialist, as well as works with individuals and teams on performance enhancement programs. Raybern supervises student athletic trainers as they help care for the sports medicine needs of Braves’ athletes.

Assistant Athletic Trainer Chris POSKEY Chris Poskey is in his third year as assistant athletic trainer for Ottawa University. As an athletic trainer for OU, he is responsible for the prevention, care and rehabilitation of injuries for all 14 varsity athletic teams. Poskey graduated from the University of Kansas in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. He worked for two years with the football, track and softball teams. Poskey then went on to graduate school at the University of Oregon. There, he worked with the football, track and wrestling teams. Originally from Chase, Kansas, Poskey graduated from Chase High School in 2002. He competed in football, basketball and track for all four years for the Kats.

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Team Doctor Dr. John GOLLIER Dr. John C. Gollier, MD is in his third season as team doctor for the Ottawa University athletic teams. He earned his medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 1997. Gollier did his residency at the Baptist Medical Center/Gopper Family Care in Kansas City, Missouri, in 2000. He earned his board certification through The American Board of Family Medicine. Gollier has memberships in the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Assocation and the Kansas Medical Society.

Team Doctor Dr. Gregory LYNCH Dr. Gregory P. Lynch, MD, has been a team doctor for the OU athletic teams since 1999. He specializes in the treatment of athletic injuries of the knee and shoulder. Lynch received an undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas in 1988 and graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 1993. He did an intership in surgery at Boston University (BU) in 1994 and did his residency in orthopedic surgery at BU in 1998. Lynch did his fellowship training in sport medicine at the Minneapolis Sports Medicine Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1999. He earned his certification from the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery in 2002. Lynch has been an assistant team physician to the Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Timberwolves, and the University of Minnesota football teams.

Emily Fuerst

Michelle Bowman

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2010 Season in Review “When you’re playing against a stacked deck, compete even harder. Show the world how much you’ll fight for the winner’s circle. If you do, someday the cellophane will crackle off a fresh pack, one that belongs to you, and the cards will be stacked in your favor.” -Pat Riley

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Morgan Beckler


2010 Schedule and Results Date

Opponent

Result

Record

2/27

vs. Missouri Valley

L, 2-5

0-1

2/27

vs. Missouri Valley

L, 5-8

0-2

3/2

at Haskell

W, 18-3

1-2

3/2

at Haskell

W, 4-0

2-2

Friends University Tournament (Wichita, Kan.) 3/5

vs. Central Christian

W, 18-2

3-2

3/5

vs. Uni. of Science and Arts

W, 6-1

4-2

3/6

vs. Graceland

W, 11-10

5-2

3/6

vs. NW Oklahoma State

L, 4-8

5-3

3/6

vs. Doane

W, 7-5

6-3

!3/13

vs. Mount Mercy

L, 3-8

6-4

*3/16

at Tabor

W, 5-3

7-4, 1-0

*3/16

at Tabor

W, 5-3

8-4, 2-0

3/27

vs. Park

L, 0-12

8-5

3/27

vs. Park

L, 0-4

8-6

*3/30

vs. Saint Mary

W, 8-0

9-6, 3-0

*3/30

vs. Saint Mary

W, 8-0

10-6, 4-0

4/3

vs. Baker

W, 4-1

11-6

4/3

vs. Baker

W, 3-0

12-6

*4/9

vs. Sterling

W, 5-4

13-6, 5-0

*4/9

vs. Sterling

W, 10-5

14-6, 6-0

*4/10

vs. Southwestern

W, 5-1

15-6, 7-0

*4/10

vs. Southwestern

W, 9-4

16-6, 8-0

*4/13

at Friends

L, 0-10

16-7, 8-1

*4/13

at Friends

W, 5-3

17-7, 9-1

*4/16

vs. McPherson

W, 8-0

18-7, 10-1

*4/16

vs. McPherson

W, 11-3

19-7, 11-1

*4/17

at Kansas Wesleyan

W, 9-1

20-7, 12-1

*4/17

at Kansas Wesleyan

W, 14-5

21-7, 13-1

*4/21

at Bethany

W, 7-3

22-7, 14-1

*4/21

at Bethany

W, 5-4

23-7, 15-1

Cady Blevins

KCAC Tournament (Tabor, Kan.) 4/29

vs. Kansas Wesleyan

W, 14-1

24-7

4/29

vs. Southwestern

W, 8-1

25-7

4/30

vs. Bethany

W, 3-2

26-7

4/30

vs. Friends

W, 3-1

27-7

NAIA National Tournament (Decatur, Ala.) 5/20

vs. #7 Point Loma Naz.

L, 1-5

27-8

5/22

vs. #10 Shorter

L, 0-3

27-9

5/24

vs. #22 MidAmerica Naz.

L, 4-6

27-10

*KCAC Games. Home games are in BOLD #X - ranking in NAIA Softball Coaches Top 25 Poll ! - Game played at Lone Elm Park in Olathe, Kan.

Andrea Horn

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2010 Overall Statistics Record: 27-10 Score by Innings Opponents Ottawa University

Home: 12-5 Away: 9-2 Neutral: 6-3 Conference: 15-1 1 27 47

2 17 25

3 19 43

Player GP GS AVG AB R H Lindsey Tuter 37 37 .448 125 43 56 Ashley Mundy 37 37 .426 122 29 52 Myah Sprew 35 35 .417 120 40 50 Kadie Berlin 16 4 .391 23 7 9 Erin Michael 37 37 .374 115 20 43 Lindsey Adams 37 35 .329 79 9 26 Michelle Bowman 37 37 .313 131 36 41 Ashley Renaldi 15 14 .306 36 2 11 Cady Blevins 26 10 .290 31 7 9 Emily Fuerst 36 35 .245 106 9 26 Korey Higbie 37 37 .228 92 20 21 Lori Ewalt 27 27 .180 50 9 9 Katy Shawver 5 1 .143 7 1 1 Morgan Beckler 19 16 .000 0 0 0 Morgan Shramek 9 1 .000 0 0 0 Andrea Horn 3 1 .000 0 0 0 Devin Weers 2 0 .000 0 0 0 Amanda Martinsen 5 1 .000 1 0 0 Katarina Burns 15 0 .000 1 3 0 Courtney Livingston 2 2 .000 0 0 0 Total: 37 .341 1039 235 354 Opponents: 37 .238 942 135 224

2B 7 5 5 3 1 5 1 2 0 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 30

4 20 38

5 24 31

3B HR RBI 6 0 31 2 3 27 3 4 34 0 1 9 0 0 12 0 1 8 0 0 6 0 1 10 0 0 1 0 1 23 0 0 9 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 11 176 2 18 105

6 18 25

7 10 19

8 0 4

R 135 235

TB SLG% BB HBP 75 .600 7 1 70 .574 7 0 73 .604 6 0 15 .652 4 0 44 .383 4 0 34 .430 7 2 42 .321 6 0 16 .444 0 1 9 .290 2 0 33 .311 6 0 25 .272 9 0 10 .200 8 0 1 .143 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 447 .430 67 4 312 .331 85 9

SO OB% 13 .478 3 .454 13 .441 8 .481 7 .395 15 .398 22 .343 5 .316 12 .333 17 .278 19 .294 16 .293 2 .143 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .500 0 .000 0 .000 152 .380 144 .306

SF SH SB SBA PO A E FLD% 1 1 35 37 35 3 3 .927 1 0 18 19 47 76 21 .854 1 0 10 12 36 2 6 .864 0 0 0 1 8 4 1 .923 0 5 17 21 31 2 3 .917 0 1 3 3 18 70 6 .936 0 1 44 47 49 10 2 .967 1 0 0 0 4 24 0 1.000 0 0 4 6 28 13 3 .932 3 0 2 3 252 10 6 .978 1 1 8 9 101 69 6 .966 0 1 0 1 113 14 2 .984 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 37 2 .949 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .0000 0 0 2 2 - - - 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 1 - - - 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1.000 8 10 144 162 725 341 63 .944 4 24 50 59 687 279 94 .911

LOB - OU (208), Opp (206). IBB - OU (0), Opp (0). Picked Off - OU (4), Opp (4) Pitching ERA Ashley Renaldi 1.94 Mogan Beckler 1.98 Morgan Shramek 3.88 Cortney Livingston 5.88 Ashley Mundy 7.50 Andrea Horn 8.08 Total: 2.81 Opponents: 5.69

Myah Sprew

W L GP GS 9 3 15 14 14 3 19 16 2 1 9 1 1 0 2 2 1 2 5 3 0 1 3 1 27 10 37 10 27 37

CG SHO CBO IP 8 2 0 79.1 12 2 0 109.1 1 0 0 21.2 1 1 0 8.1 1 0 0 18.2 0 0 0 4.1 23 5 0 241.2 21 4 0 229.0

H R 71 36 88 747 23 13 10 7 25 23 7 9 224 135 353 235

ER 22 31 12 7 20 5 97 186

BB 30 29 5 0 18 3 85 67

SO 48 68 13 5 9 1 144 152

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2B 3B HR 11 1 2 13 0 5 5 0 5 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 0 2 30 2 18 38 11 11

TBF B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 349 .236 3 4 2 12 456 .212 5 3 2 7 97 .250 2 0 0 0 35 .294 0 0 0 1 101 .316 7 2 0 2 26 .333 2 0 0 2 1064 .238 19 9 4 24 1128 .340 15 4 8 10

Emily Fuerst


2010 Miscellaneous Statistics 2010 Honors and Awards 2010 Louisville Slugger/NFCA NAIA All-American Player Team Career Awards Lindsey Tuter Second One NFCA NAIA All-Midwest Region Player Team Lindsey Tuter First Myah Sprew Second

Career Awards One One

KCAC Coach of the Year - Jay Kahnt All-KCAC Player *Morgan Beckler Michelle Bowen Ashley Mundy Myah Sprew Linsey Tuter Lindsey Adams Korey Higbie Ashley Renaldi Erin Michael

Team First First First First First Second Second Second HM

Career Awards One Two Four Two One One Two Two Two

*Morgan Beckler was named KCAC Newcomer of the year. KCAC Player of the Week Player Date Lindsey Tuter March 21 Myah Sprew April 11 Lindsey Tuter April 25

Career Awards One One Two

KCAC Pitcher of the Week Player Date Morgan Beckler April 4

Career Awards One

School Records Set in 2010 Team Category Total Steals 144 Winning Percentage .729

Old Record 103 .620

Team Homeruns No. Opponent 1 Haskell 2 Graceland 3 Central Christian 4 Central Christian 5 Tabor 6 Southwestern 7 Friends 8 McPherson 9 Kansas Wesleyan 10 Kansas Wesleyan 11 Bethany

Player Total Mundy 1 Mundy 2 Adams 1 Sprew 1 Mundy 3 Sprew 2 Sprew 3 Renaldi 1 Fuerst 1 Sprew 4 Berlin 1

Lindsey Tuter

Lindsey Adams

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2010 KCAC In Review All-KCAC Teams

First Team Player, School Jacquelyn Hernandez, Bethany Emily Zimmerman, Bethany Nicole Bauer, Friends Megan Hudson, Friends Kayla Litton, Friends Kristina Manser, Friends Amy Martinez, Friends Cara Russell, Friends Jenna Schroeder, Friends Katie Logan, McPherson Morgan Beckler, Ottawa Michelle Bowman, Ottawa Ashley Mundy, Ottawa Myah Sprew, Ottawa Lindsey Tuter, Ottawa Monica Sauber, Southwestern Brittany Pinson, Sterling Maggie Cornish, Tabor Roxanne Rodriguez, Tabor Nichole Twitchel, Saint Mary

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

Pos. 3B OF C OF 3B SS OF P 1B P/SS P DP SS OF OF C OF 2B P C

Second Team Morgan Evans, Bethany Rebecka Hileman, Bethany Brittany Lewis, Bethany Stephanie Tyler, Bethany Erin Hamel, Kansas Wesleyan Kristen Ozbun, McPherson Lindsey Adams, Ottawa Korey Higbie, Ottawa Ashley Renaldi, Ottawa Whitney Baker, Southwestern Nicole Wilson, Southwestern Alyssa Bell, Sterling LaChelle Bell, Sterling Melissa Greiner, Sterling Emily Masters, Sterling Ashley Cohlmia, Tabor Taylor Funk, Tabor Amie Riddle, Saint Mary

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

DP P C P 2B OF 3B 2B P 1B SS SS UT 1B DP SS C P

Honorable Mention Nicole Felker, Bethany Miranda Mickelson, Bethany Brittany Mosqueda, Bethany Kelsey Porter, Friends Denise Hernandez, Kansas Wesleyan Sara Weber, Kansas Wesleyan Kelsey Dutton, McPherson Andrea Falk, McPherson Kelsey Gray, McPherson Erin Michael, Ottawa Rachel Ratcliffe, Southwestern Morgan Stacy, Southwestern Angelene Bigan, Sterling Aubri Brock, Sterling Neamaci Rosales, Sterling Kellie Trinidad, Sterling Ellyica Valdez, Sterling Aubrey Whitehorn, Tabor Jessica Gridley, Saint Mary

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

SS 1B OF P SS OF P/3B 1B C OF P OF P OF OF P 2B OF DP

Player of the Year: Nicole Bauer, Friends Pitcher of the Year: Cara Russell, Friends Newcomer of the Year: Morgan Beckler, Ottawa Coach of the Year: Jay Kahnt, Ottawa

Final KCAC Standings KCAC Overall School W L Pct. W L Pct. Ottawa University 15 1 .938 27 10 .730 Friends University 14 2 .875 29 12 .707 Bethany College 12 4 .750 23 18 .561 Southwestern College 8 8 .500 15 22 .405 Sterling College 7 9 .438 22 22 .500 Tabor College 7 9 .438 16 25 .390 University of Saint Mary 4 12 .250 6 32 .158 McPherson College 3 13 .188 9 20 .317 Kansas Wesleyan University 2 14 .125 4 32 .111 KCAC Championship Results

April 29-30, Hillsboro Sports Complex , Hillsboro, Kan. Game 1: No. 9 Kansas Wesleyan 6 vs. No. 8 McPherson 0 Game 2: No. 2 Friends 8 vs. No. 7 University of Saint Mary 0 Game 3: No. 3 Bethany 2 vs. No. 6 Sterling 1 Game 4: No. 4 Southwestern 4 vs. No. 5 Tabor 3 Game 5: No. 1 Ottawa 14 vs. No. 9 Kansas Wesleyan 1 Game 6: No. 8 McPherson 5 vs. No. 7 University of Saint Mary 5 (USM Eliminated) Game 7: No. 6 Sterling 2 vs. No. 8 McPherson 1 (MC Eliminated) Game 8: No. 9 Kansas Wesleyan 7 vs. No. 5 Tabor 1 (TC Eliminated) Game 9: No. 3 Bethany 4 vs. No. 2 Friends 1 Game 10: No. 1 Ottawa 8 vs. No. 4 Southwestern 1 Game 11: No. 2 Friends 5 vs. No. 9 Kansas Wesleyan 2 (KWU Eliminated) Game 12: No. 4 Southwestern 4 vs. No. 6 Sterling 1 (SC Eliminated) Game 13: No. 1 Ottawa 3 vs. No. 3 Bethany 2 Game 14: No. 2 Friends 2 vs. No. 4 Southwestern 1 (SWC Eliminated) Game 15: No. 2 Friends 8 vs. No. 3 Bethany 3 (BC Eliminated) Game 16: No. 1 Ottawa 3 vs. No. 2 Friends 1 (Friends Eliminated)

KCAC Players of the Week

Date Player, School Pos. March 16 Morgan Evans, Bethany DP March 23 Lindsey Tuter, Ottawa OF March 30 Emily Masters, Sterling DP April 6 Kristina Manser, Friends SS April 13 Myah Sprew, Ottawa OF April 20 Ashley Nicolich, Bethany OF April 27 Lindsey Tuter, Ottawa OF

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KCAC Pitchers of the Week Date March 16 March 23 March 30 April 6 April 13 April 20 April 27

Player, School Roxanne Rodriguez, Tabor Kelsey Dutton, McPherson MacKenzie Stramel, Sterling Morgan Beckler, Ottawa Kelsey Porter, Friends Rachel Ratcliffe, Southwestern Cara Russell, Friends


LADY BRAVES “It isn’t hard to be good from time to time in sports. What is tough, is being good every day.” -- Willie Mays

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OU Softball History TM

“Make the present good, and the past will take care of itself.” - Knute Rockne

Holly 47Dolphin (2005-06)


OU Softball Conference Championship Teams TM

2007

First Row (L-R): Amber Koons, Jessica Nagy, Jamie Miller, Ashley Seimears, Lori Ewalt, Ashley Mundy, Kari Behm. Second Row (L-R): Kristi Tyner, Sharee Joyner, Kelly Higbie, Kerry Higbie, Kristen Wolever, Leslee Freeman. Third Row (L-R): Assistant Coach Kristy Asher, Erin Michael, Iris Elfrink, Amanda Roseberry, Pam Johnston, Chelsey Weaver, Assistant Coach Kerry Casper.

2010

First Row (L-R): Morgan Shramek, Katelyn Brockus, Korey Higbie, Lindsey Adams, Lindsey Tuter, Ashley Renaldi, Lori Ewalt, Ashley Mundy, Devin Weers. Second Row (L-R): Crystal Escobedo, Amanda Martinsen, Sam Shaffer, Assistant Coach Marc Herman, Head Coach Jay Kahnt, Assistant Coach Iris Elfrink, Renee Cook, Katarina Burns, Morgan Beckler. Third Row (L-R): Katy Shawver, Michelle Bowman, Erin Michael, Kadie Berlin, Emily Fuerst, Andrea Horn, Courtney Livingston, Cady Blevins.

OU Softball Tournament Championship Teams TM

2010

After finishing in the top three the previous four seasons at the KCAC Tournament, the Lady Braves finally broke through. OU went undefeated in tournament play and defeated the defending champions, Friends University, 3-1 in the championship game. OU would of had a tougher road to hoe if it wasn’t for the semifinal heroics of Kadie Berlin. With OU down 2-0 to Bethany College in the semifinals, Berlin hit a walkoff homerun in the bottom of the ninth with two runners on. It was her first and only homerun of the season and it pushed OU to the finals versus Friends.

KCAC Tournament Champions

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OU Softball Region IV Qualifiers

1998 In just two years after the program’s beginnings, the Lady Braves qualified for its first Region IV Tournament. The Lady Braves were defeated by Bellevue University, 6-0 and Jamestown College, 4-3.

Region IV Participant

2006

The Lady Braves ended the regular season by finishing strong and taking second in the KCAC Tournament. OU qualified for its first Region IV Tournament since 1998. OU was the sixth seed entering the tounament. The Lady Braves upset Friends University in the first game, a team which had defeated them twice the week before in the KCAC Tournament. OU then downed Newman University in game two, took down Peru State College in game three and then in the championship the Lady Braves defeated Newman for the second time in the tournament to qualify for the NAIA Softball National Tournament. OU was the first KCAC team to qualify for nationals.

Region IV Champions

2007

For the second straight season and just the third time in program history, OU qualified for the Region IV Tournament. The Lady Braves won two games at the tournament, defeating York College 4-2 and Bethany College 6-1.

Region IV Participant

2008

For the fourth time in program history, OU qualified for the Region IV Tournament. The Lady Braves fell to Bethany College 9-7 and Bellevue University 13-5. The 2008 season was the last year that the NAIA used the region tournaments to qualify for the NAIA Softball National Tournament.

Region IV Participant

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OU Softball NAIA National Tournament Qualifiers TM

2006

For the first time in program history, OU qualified for the NAIA Softball National Tournament. OU was the first KCAC team to make the softball national tournament. The Lady Braves played four games at the national tournament falling in all four.

2010

The Lady Braves won the KCAC Tournament to qualify for the second time to the NAIA Softball National Tournament. OU played four ranked opponents falling to no. 7 Point Loma Nazarene 5-1, no. 10 Shorter College, 3-0 and no. 22 MidAmerica Nazarene University 6-4.

OU NFCA All-American TM

Lindsey TUTER Lindsey Tuter was named OU’s first NFCA NAIA All-American in 2010 when she earned Second Team honors. She led OU in batting average (.448), hits (56), runs scored (43), slugging percentage (.600), and on base percentage (.478). Tuter was second on the team in RBIs (31) and was 31-for-37 in stolen bases. She finished the season ranked third in the NAIA in triples per game (0.162), ninth in stolen bases per game (0.946), 10th in steal attempts per game (1), 10th in total triples (6), and 12th in runs scored per game (1.1).

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OU All-Time Honors and Awards TM

NFCA All-Midwest Region

2010.......................Lindsey Tuter, OF (1st) . ............................ Myah Sprew, OF (2nd) 2008.................. Josie Hildebrand, C (2nd)

2002

Mandy Smith, 1st

Miricle Ufford, 1st

Kelli Wadkins, HM

Region IV 2008................................. Josie Hildebrand . ...........................................Sharee Joyner 2007......................................Sharee Joyner 2006....................................Angie Thetford . .......................................... Holly Dolphin

2003

Conference Coach of the Year

Erin Sack, HM Kelli Wadkins, 1st

Brandy Shoemaker, HM

Mandy Smith, HM

Michelle Ufford, HM

2004

Brandy Shoemaker, 1st Sondra Day, HM

1998.....................................Tracy Schmidt 2007............................................ Jay Kahnt 2010............................................ Jay Kahnt

Kelli Wadkins, HM

2005

Angie Thetford, 1st

Conference Player of the Year

2006

Angie Thetford, 1st

Holly Dolphin, 1st

Sharee Joyner, 2nd

Conference Athletic Honors

Iris Elfrink, HM

1996

Corrin Ball, HM

2006....................................Angie Thetford Heather McMillen, 1st

Mischelle Morrill, 1st

1997

2007

Pam Johnston, 1st

Tammy Croucher, HM

Sharee Joyner, 1st

Jennifer Wright, HM

Iris Elfrink, 2nd

Heather McMillen, 1st

Ashley Mundy, 2nd

DeeAnna Claytor, 1st

Jesse Nagy, 2nd

Heather Embry, HM

Kelly Higbie, HM

Heather McMillen, 1st

Jamie Miller, HM

2008

Sharee Joyner, 1st

1998

Brooke Davidson, 1st

Jamie Kempe, 1st

Ashley Mundy, 1st

Tammy Croucher, HM

Josie Hildebrand, 1st

Lori Whittenburg, HM

Jamie Miller, 2nd

Sarah Lord, HM

Kerry Higbie, 2nd

Teri Murkin, HM

Pam Johnston, 2nd

Christi Singleton, HM

Emily Fuerst, HM

2009

Ashley Mundy, 1st

1999

Shari Moore, 1st Lori Whittenburg, 1st

Kristy Asher, 1st

Myah Sprew, 1st

Christi Singleton, 1st

Ashley Renaldi, 2nd

Jamie Kempfe, HM

Ali Salter, 2nd

Carrie Hale, 1st

Erin Michael, 2nd

Brandy Shoemaker, 1st

Michelle Bowman, 2nd

Kristy Asher, 1st

Korey Higbie, HM

Jamie Kempfe, 1st

2010

Ashley Mundy, 1st

2000

Michelle Bowman

Josie Hildebrand, 1st

Shari Moore, HM

Lindsey Tuter, 1st

Shanna Uden, HM

Myah Sprew, 1st

2001

Jamie Kempfe, 1st

Morgan Beckler, 1st

Shanna Uden, 1st

Michelle Bowman, 1st

Jenise Kempfe, 1st

Lindsey Adams, 2nd

Miracle Ufford, HM

Korey Higbie, 2nd

Ashley Renaldi, 2nd

Erin Michael, HM

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OU’s All-Time Roster (Alphabetical)

Names in BOLD are current players.

TM

A

F

M

Shoemaker, Brandy........ 2000, ’02-04

Adams, Lindsey...................2009-

Fienhold, Jeri.......................... 1999

McMillen, Erin....................... 2000

Shramek, Morgan...............2010-

Asher, Kristy.................1999-2000

Fitch, Lisa.......................1997, ’99

McMillen, Heather............1996-98

Simms, Jaime....................2008-09

Freeman, Leslee................2006-07

Martinsen, Amanda............2010-

Singleton, Christi..............1998-99

Fuerst, Emily.......................2008-

Meier, Michelle.................2002-05

Skinner, Samantha................. 2009

Michael, Erin.....................2007-10

Smith, Cassie......................... 1997

Ausmus, Jessica..................... 2008 B Ball, Corrin............................ 2006

G

Miller, Jamie.....................2007-08

Smith, Elisha.......................... 2006

Barnard, Sytera...................... 2003

Gelskey, Traci........................ 2009

Miller, Lesley......................... 2008

Smith, Mandy....................2001-03

Miller, Melisa....................2001-04

Sprew, Myah........................2009-

Bandstra, Angie.................2000-01 Bartley, Suzanne...............2002-03

H

Moore, Angela........................ 1999

Stone, Tracy........................... 2000

Bastian, Jordan....................... 2009

Hale, Carrie...................1997-2000

Moore, Shari.................1998-2000

Swafford, Lyndsay.............. 2011-

Beckler, Morgan..................2010-

Halpin, Danielle................2002-04

Morrill, Mischelle.................. 1996

Behm, Kari........................2007-08

Hawkins, Heather..............2003-05

Mundy, Ashley..................2007-10

T

Berlin, Kadie.....................2009-10

Hawkins, Traci....................... 2009

Murkin, Teri......................1998-99

Thetford, Angie.................2005-06

Bethel, Kelly.....................1996-97

Heffern, Taylor.................... 2011-

Bigham, Jill............................ 2006

Heins, Becky.....................2000-01

N

Tuter, Lindsey......................2010-

Blevins, Cady.......................2010-

Hickman, Carmen.............1997-98

Nagy, Jessie.......................2004-07

Tyner, Kristi........................... 2007

Bowman, Michelle...................2008-

Higbie, Kelly.....................2005-08

Newport, Jillian...................... 2008

Brockus, Katelyn..................2009-10

Higbie, Kerry....................2005-08

Burdiek, Dana........... 2001, ’03-04

Higbie, Korey.......................2008-

O

Uchida, Tomoko..................... 1996

Burghart, Amanda.................. 2003

Hildebrand, Josie...............2008-09

Orr, Courtney......................... 2004

Uden, Shanna................1999-2001

Burke, Danielle...................... 2003

Horn, Andrea.......................2008-

Owens, Abigail..................1996-97

Ufford, Michelle...............2002-03

Burns, Katarina..................2010-

Hudson, Lauren...................... 2008

Thuro, Misty.......................... 1996

U

Ufford, Miricle..................2001-03 P V

C

J

Chapman, Michele................. 2005

Jolly, Kathleen........................ 2006

Claytor, DeeAnna..............1996-97

Johnston, Pam...................2005-08

R

Collins, Bobbi........................ 2009

Joyner, Sharee...................2006-08

Reeder, Addie......................... 2008

W

Renaldi, Ashley......................2009-

Wadkins, Kelli...................2001-04

K

Reser, Beth............................. 2000

Weaver, Chelsey................2007-09

Kempfe, Jaime..............1998-2001

Rickle, Racheal...................... 2008

Webster, Tausha..................... 1996

D

Kempfe, Jenise..................2000-03

Roseberry, Amanda...........2007-08

Weers, Devin........................2010-

Davidson, Brooke.................. 1998

Kemplay, Kellie..................... 2000

Day, Sondra.......................2004-05

Koenig, Virginia..................... 2005

S

Wendel, Kristin...................... 2001

Dittmer, Cori.......................... 1997

Koons, Amber...................2006-09

Sack, Erin..........................2001-02

Westerman, Amber............2000-01

Salter, Ali............................... 2009

Whittenburg, Lori.............1996-99

Patrick, Kalisha...................... 1996

Cook, Renee......................2009-10 Croucher, Tammy..............1996-98

Dixon, Anita........................... 1997

Valenta, Melissa..................... 2004

Weldy, Allyson....................... 2005

Dolphin, Holly..................2005-06

L

Schneider, Jenny.................. 2011-

Williams, Tonya..................... 1998

Dunlop, Becca...................... 2011-

Leeka, Jennifer....................... 1997

Scott, Stacy............................ 2003

Wilson, Carrie..................... 2011-

Dunn, Amanda....................... 2002

Lewis, Darin........................ 2011-

Seimars, Ashley...................... 2007

Wolever, Kristen...............2006-07

Livingston, Courtney........2009-10

Shaffer, Samantha........2009, ’11-

Wright, Jennifer..................... 1996

E

Lohmeyer, Jodi....................... 1996

Shawver, Katy......................2010-

Eichenberger, Lurenda......1999-2001

Lord, Sarah........................1997-98

Sheffield, Katie...................... 2004

Z

Elfrink, Iris........................2006-07

Shilts, Anna............................ 2002

Zule, Amy.............................. 1996

Embry, Heather.................1996-97

Shipley, Crystal...................... 1998

Ewalt, Lori........................2007-10

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OU’s Coaching Records TM

Tracy Schmidt

1996-99 (4 seasons) 51-72 = .414 winning percentage

Kendra Oberzan

2000-01 (2 seasons) 27-43 = .385 winning percentage

Jay Kahnt

2002-present (9 seasons) 163-191 = .460 winning percentage

OU’s All-Time Year-by-Year Results TM

Tracy Schmidt 1996-99 51-72

1996 7-24, 6-9 (KCAC) M5 M11 M13 A2 A10 A12 A13 A13 A17 A22 A24 A26 A26

Uni. of Saint Mary W, 11-3 Uni. of Saint Mary L, 0-11 Avila University L, 8-11 Avila University L, 2-10 Baker University L, NA Baker University L, NA Avila University L, NA Graceland University L, NA Doane College (Neb.) L, NA Mid America Naz Uni. L, NA Sterling College* W, 6-4 Sterling College* L, 1-2 Kansas Wesleyan University* L, NA Kansas Wesleyan University* L, NA $Tabor College* W, 9-1 Tabor College* W, 8-3 #Sterling College* L, 9-14 #Friends University* L, NA #Tabor College* W, 10-2 #Bethany College* L, 5-15 #Kansas Wesleyan Uni* L, NA Avila University L, NA Avila University L, NA @Bethany College* W, 3-0 Bethany College* L, 0-3 Mid America Naz. University L, 5-8 Mid America Naz. Univeristy L, 6-7 Friends University* W, 6-3 Friends University* L, 1-12 !Sterling College L, 9-10 !Friends University L, 4-5

1997 14-20, 8-12 (KCAC) M4 M7 M8 M10 M12 M19 A2 A14 A15 A16 A22 A25 A26 M2 M3

Baker University W, 3-2 Baker University L, 4-12 !Mid America Naz. Uni. W, 6-3 !Sterling College W, 6-3 !Friends University L, 4-6 !Col. of St. Mary (Neb.) L, 4-12 !Phillips College L, 0-12 !Newman University L, 1-4 Mid America Naz. University W, 12-2 Mid America Naz. University L, 2-15 Park University L, 2-10 Park University L, 0-8 Uni. of Saint Mary W, 3-2 Uni. of Saint Mary W, 11-3 Friends University* L, 3-10 Friends University* L, 9-18 Tabor College* W, 9-5 Tabor College* W, 15-6 Sterling College* L, 1-6 Sterling College* L, 6-15 Bethany College* L, 0-13 Bethany College* L, 5-16 Kansas Wesleyan University* L, 0-8 Kansas Wesleyan University* L, 0-9 @Kansas Wesleyan Uni. L, 1-2 @Friends University W, 11-9 @Tabor College W, 12-4 @Sterling College W, 5-4 @Bethany College L, 1-10 #Friends University W, 11-5 #Kansas Wesleyan University* L, 0-9 # Friends University W, 8-7 #Tabor College W, 17-5 # Bethany College L, 0-14

! - Friends Tournament @ - KCAC Round Robin Tourn. (Salina, Kan.)

1998 21-9

$ - First Sweep in Program History # - KCAC Round Robin Tourn. @ - First No Hitter in Program History ! - KCAC Tournament (Lindsborg, Kan.)

Region IV Participant KCAC Round Robin Tournament Champions M3 M5 M24 M31

Avila University L, 1-3 Avila University L, 2-9 vs. Park University L, 1-5 at Trinity College W, 7-0 at Trinity College W, 10-1 vs.Kansas Wesleyan University* L, 3-5 vs.Kansas Wesleyan University* L, 0-8

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A1 A3 A4 A7 A11 A15 A17 A20 A21 A24 A25 A25 A26 M11

vs. Benedictine College W, 4-0 vs. Benedictine College W, 7-2 !vs.Kansas Wesleyan University W, 8-0 ! Friends University W, 11-2 !Sterling College L, 1-2 !Bethany College W, 3-1 ! Tabor College W, 8-1 Mid America Naz. University W, 7-2 Mid America Naz. University W, 16-8 at Baker University W, 5-3 at Baker University W, 8-7 vs. Sterling College W, 11-0 vs. Sterling College W, 8-3 at Bethany College* L, 0-2 at Bethany College* W, 9-8 at Friends University* W, 10-4 at Friends University* L, 12-14 at Tabor College* W, 15-2 at Tabor College* W, 15-5 @Bethany College W, 4-3 @vs.Kansas Wesleyan University L, 4-5 @Sterling College W, 11-3 @Kansas Wesleyan University W, 5-3 @Kansas Wesleyan University L, 2-16 #Bellevue University L, 0-6 #Jamestown College L, 3-4

! - KCAC Round Robin Tourn. (Ottawa, Kan.) @ - KCAC Tourn. (Sterling, Kan.) # - Region IV Tourn. (Sioux City, Iowa)

1999 9-19, 4-8 M1 M5 M6 M15 M19 M20 M23 A7 A13 A17 A20 A28

Avila University L, 0-2 Avila University L, 0-5 !Kansas Wesleyan Uni. L, 3-11 !Mid America Naz. Uni. W, 13-5 !Concordia University L, 2-3 !Friends University L, 2-8 ! Newman University L, 0-8 Uni. of Saint Mary W, 12-4 Uni. of Saint Mary L, 13-15 @vs. Bethel College (Minn.) W, 3-1 @vs. Gustavus Adolphus L, 0-1 @vs. Loras College (Iowa) L, 0-4 @vs. St. Scholastica (Minn.) W, 10-4 Kansas Wesleyan Uni* L, 4-10 Kansas Wesleyan Uni* L, 3-8 Bethany College* L, 3-4 Bethany College* W, 5-4 Sterling College* W, 12-6 Bethany College* L, 2-6 #Friends University L, 2-14 #Kansas Wesleyan Uni L, 6-10 Sterling College* W, 5-2 Sterling College* W, 10-7 Friends University* L, 7-14 Friends University* L, 2-8


A30 M1

$Sterling College $Friends University $Kansas Wesleyan Uni.

W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 1-2

2002-present 163-191

! - Friends Tournament (Wichita, Kan.) @ - Played in Simpson, Minn. # - KCAC Round Robin Tourn. (Wichita, Kan.) $ - KCAC Tournament

Kendra Oberzan 2000-01 27-43

2000 16-23, 10-5 KCAC Round Robin Tournament Champions M1 M4 M7 M14 M21 A3 A5 A8 A11 A12 A14 A15 A19 A27

Baker University Baker University Park University Park University University of Saint Mary University of Saint Mary Dordt College (Neb.) Dordt College (Neb.) Avila University Avila University Tabor College* Tabor College* Bethany College* Bethany College* Baker University Baker University vs. Mid America Naz. Uni. vs. Mid America Naz. Uni vs. Sterling College* vs. Sterling College* !Sterling College !Bethany College !Tabor College !Kansas Wesleyan Uni. ! Friends University Friends University* Friends University* Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* Kansas Wesleyan Uni.*

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

2004 5-30, 4-16

Jay Kahnt

M14 M14 A13 A17 M2 M3

2002 9-23, 7-7

Bellevue University (Neb.) L, NA Bellevue University (Neb.) L, NA Baker University (Kan.) L, NA Baker University (Kan.) L, NA Mid America Naz. Uni L, 1-15 Mid America Naz. Uni. L, 0-8 Ellsworth CC (Iowa) L, 1-14 Ellsworth CC (Iowa) L, 12-13 Bethany College* L, 10-11 Tabor College* L, 1-8 Tabor College* L, 2-6 Sterling College* L, 2-10 Sterling College* L, 1-11 Park University L, 0-7 Park University L, 1-5 Bellevue University (Neb.) L, NA Bellevue University (Neb.) L, NA Baker University (Kan.) L, NA Baker University (Kan.) L, NA Mid America Naz. Uni L, 1-15 Mid America Naz. Uni. L, 0-8 Ellsworth CC (Iowa) L, 1-14 Ellsworth CC (Iowa) L, 12-13 Bethany College* L, 10-11 Tabor College* L, 1-8 Tabor College* L, 2-6 Sterling College* L, 2-10 Sterling College* L, 1-11 Park University L, 0-7 Park University L, 1-5 Kansas Wesleyan University* W, 6-5 Kansas Wesleyan University* W, 7-0 Benedictine College L, 4-8 Benedictine College L, 1-5 University of Saint Mary* University of Saint Mary* Friends University* L, NA Friends University* W, NA McPherson College* McPherson College* !Kansas Wesleyan University L, 0-5 !McPherson College W, 5-4 !University of Saint Mary W, NA !Sterling College L, 3-14

! - KCAC Round Robin Tourn. (Lindsborg, Kan.)

! - KCAC Tournament (Sterling, Kan.)

M25 M31 A1 A7 A11 A14 A15 A22 A24 A26 A28

2001 11-20, 6-8

Baker University W, 5-0 Baker University L, 2-9 Mid America Naz. University L, 4-8 Mid America Naz. University L, 1-9 Ellsworth CC (Iowa) L, 4-14 Ellsworth CC (Iowa) W, 4-3 Baker University L, 6-9 Baker University L, 3-9 Neosho CC (Kan.) L, 2-9 Neosho CC (Kan.) L, 2-11 Friends University* L, 3-8 Friends University* L, 1-5 !Iowa Wesleyan College L, 4-6 ! Avila University L, 0-12 !Grand View College L, 1-9 !Coll. of Saint Mary (Neb.) L, 8-9 !Sterling College W, 4-2 McPherson College* W, 5-1 McPherson College* W, 7-6 Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* W, 3-1 Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* L, 3-8 Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 13-2 Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 10-2 Bethany College* L, 4-6 Bethany College* L, 6-8 Sterling College* L, 0-6 Sterling College W, 7-4 University of Saint Mary* L, 6-7 University of Saint Mary* L, 3-7 Tabor College* W, 9-1 Tabor College* W, 8-1

! - Tournament

2003 6-28, 4-10

!Albright College (Pa.) !Grand View College (Iowa) ! Albright College (Pa.) !Huntington Uni. (Pa.) at Newman University at Newman University vs. Tabor College* vs. Tabor College* at Sterling College* at Sterling College* vs. Friends University* vs. Friends University* at Mid America Naz. at Mid America Naz. at Kansas Wesleyan* at Kansas Wesleyan* at Avila University at Avila University vs. Benedictine College vs. Benedictine College vs. Baker University vs. Baker University at Emporia State University at Emporia State University at McPherson College* at McPherson College* vs. Bethany College* vs. Bethany College* at Uni. of Saint Mary* at Uni. of Saint Mary*

L, 1-12 L, 1-5 L, 0-6 W, 3-2 L, 1-9 L, 0-8 W, 8-1 L, 0-8 W, 5-3 W, 4-3 L, 1-10 L, 1-9 L, 3-11 L, 0-8 W, 8-6 L, 3-14 L, 5-9 L, 3-4 L, 1-6 L, 3-10 L, 0-15 L, 2-4 L, 0-9 L, 0-9 L, 4-9 L, 3-4 L, 2-7 L 3-5 L, NA L, NA

! - Games Played in Pensacola, Florida

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M22 M24 M26 M27 M31 A1 A2 A3 A5 A8 A14 A17 A19 A21 A26 A27

!Mid America Naz. Uni. L, 0-6 !Tabor College L, 2-3 !Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 9-6 !Bethel College (Minn.) L, 1-15 vs. Kansas Wesleyan University* L, 1-9 vs. Kansas Wesleyan University* L, 3-7 vs. Newman University L, 0-10 vs. Newman University L, 0-6 @McKendree Uni. (Ill.) L, 0-8 @Uni. of Ill. @ Springfield L, 2-6 @William Jewell College L, 1-7 at Bethany College* L, 0-8 at Bethany College* L, 2-9 at Baker University L, 2-10 at Baker University L, 1-9 #NW Oklahoma State University L, 0-8 #Kansas Wesleyan University L, 1-14 #Emporia State University L, 0-15 #Kansas Wesleyan University L, 5-10 at Tabor College* W, 4-3 at Tabor College* L, 1-3 at Benedictine College L, NA at Benedictine College L, NA at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. L, 4-6 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. L, 1-10 vs. Southwestern College* L, 1-3 vs. Southwestern College* W, 2-1 vs. McPherson College* L, 8-9 vs. McPherson College* L, 0-4 vs. Uni. of Saint Mary* L, 2-7 Uni. of Saint Mary* L, 1-8 vs. Sterling College* W, 12-1 vs. Sterling College* W, 3-0 at Friends University* L, 1-8 at Friends University* L, 0-5

! - MNU Tournament (Olathe, Kan.) @ - Avila Tournament (KC, Mo.) # - Emporia State Tourn. (Emporia, Kan.)

2005 9-23, 4-12 M16 M29 A4 A9 A12 A16 A23 A26 M5

at Newman University L, 3-9 at Newman University L, 0-6 vs. Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 8-6 avs. Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 4-3 at Southwestern College* L, 3-6 at Southwestern College* L, 5-6 vs. Benedictine College L, 0-8 vs. Benedictine College L, 4-5 at Mid America Naz. University L, 1-4 at Mid America Naz. University L, 3-11 at McPherson College* L, 5-8 at McPherson College* L, 3-5 vs. Baker University L, 0-3 vs. Baker University L, 9-12 vs. Friends University* L, 2-4 vs. Friends University* L, 0-10 vs. Rockhurst University L, 2-4 vs. Rockhurst University W, 1-0 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 4-1 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 12-10 vs. Kansas Wesleyan University* L, 0-5 vs. Kansas Wesleyan University* W, 5-2 at Sterling College* W, 6-4 at Sterling College* L, 5-12 vs. Avila University L, 0-3 vs. Avila University L, 3-10 vs. Bethany College* L, 0-6 vs. Bethany College* W, 9-8 vs. Tabor College* L, 3-6 vs. Tabor College* W, 12-7 at Uni. of Saint Mary* L, 1-6 at Uni. of Saint Mary* L, 1-2 !Friends University L, 2-9 !Southwestern College L, 1-6

! - KCAC Tournament (Lindsborg, Kan.)


2006 24-22, 9-7 Region IV Champion NAIA National Tourn. Appearance M6 at Avila University L, 2-5 at Avila University L, 1-9 M11 vs. Mid America Naz. University L, 1-7 vs. Mid America Naz. University L, 0-14 M14 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 4-3 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 7-4 M15 vs. Central Christian W, 3-2 vs. Central Christian W, 8-3 M24 !Baker University L, 2-9 !Coll. of Saint Mary W, 4-1 M25 !Oklahoma Wesleyan Uni. W, 11-8 M28 at Bethany College* L, 3-4 at Bethany College* L, 4-7 M31 at Tabor College* W, 7-1 at Tabor College* W, 9-3 A8 vs. Uni. of Saint Mary* W, 9-0 vs. Uni. of Saint Mary* W, 6-2 A11 at Benedictine College L, 1-4 at Benedictine College L, 1-15 A13 at Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* W, 10-2 at Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* L, 2-3 A15 at Southwestern College* L, 4-7 at Southwestern College* L, 7-8 A17 vs. McPherson College* W, 5-1 vs. McPherson College* W, 7-6 A19 at Central Christian W, 6-5 at Central Christian W, 10-0 A25 at Friends University* W, 7-5 at Friends University* W, 11-2 M1 vs. Sterling College* L, 8-11 vs. Sterling College* L, 2-4 M4 @Bethany College W, 13-4 @Uni. of Saint Mary W, 4-1 M5 @Friends University L, 2-4 @Sterling College W, 8-1 @Friends University L, 1-5 M11 #Friends University W, 9-6 #Newman University W, 3-1 #Peru State University W, 7-3 M12 #Newman University W, 3-0 M19 $University of Mobile L, 2-10 $Point Loma Nazarene Uni. L, 1-5 M20 $Evangel University L, 2-8 $Houston Baptist Uni. L, 0-12 ! - Baker Tournament (Baldwin City, Kan.) @ - KCAC Tournament (Leavenworth, Kan.) # - Region IV Tourn. (McPherson, Kan.) $ - NAIA National Tourn. (Decatur, Ala.)

2007 26-18, 13-3 KCAC Regular Season Co-Champs Region IV Participant F23 M2 M10 M13 M23 M24 A2 A3 A7 A12 A16

!Briar Cliff Uni. (Iowa) !Mid America Naz. Uni. !Grace College @Benedictine College @Missouri Valley @Lindenwood Uni. at Newman University at Newman University vs. Haskell Indian Nations Uni. vs. Haskell Indian Nations Uni. #Sterling College #Southern Nazarene Uni. #Oklahoma City Uni. #Dortd College #Oklahoma Christian Uni. vs. Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* vs. Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* at Benedictine College at Benedictine College vs. Bethany College* vs. Bethany College* at McPherson College* at McPherson College* at Tabor College* at Tabor College*

L, 0-7 W, 4-2 W, 3-1 L, 4-12 L, 2-4 L, 1-3 L, 2-10 L, 8-9 W, 9-4 W, 11-3 W, 12-1 L, 0-7 L, 0-9 W, 4-3 L, 2-4 W, 4-3 W, 15-7 L, 1-12 L, 0-11 W, 5-2 W, 12-0 W, 9-1 L, 13-14 W, 7-3 W, 14-2

A12 A16 A19 A21 A23 A26 A28 M4 M5 M10

at McPherson College* W, 9-1 at McPherson College* L, 13-14 at Tabor College* W, 7-3 at Tabor College* W, 14-2 at Sterling College* W, 6-5 at Sterling College* W, 11-3 vs. Uni. of Saint Mary* W, 7-0 vs. Uni. of Saint Mary* W, 6-3 vs. Friends University* L, 0-1 vs. Friends University* L, 1-2 at Southwestern College* W, 9-8 at Southwestern College* W, 8-2 at Park University W, 8-5 at Park University W, 6-4 $Uni. of Saint Mary W, 12-4 $Kansas Wesleyan Uni. W, 6-5 $Friends University L, 2-5 $Bethany College W, 7-4 $Friends University L, 1-9 %York College W, 4-2 %Bellevue University L, 0-4 %Bethany College W, 6-1 %York College L, 2-5

! - MNU Tourn. (Olathe, Kan.) @ - Show Me Games (Springfield, Mo.) # - OCU Tourn. (Oklahoma City, Okla.) $ - KCAC Tourn. (Winfiield, Kan.) % - Region IV Tourn. (Sioux City, Iowa)

2008 31-19, 11-5 Region IV Participant F27 F29 M1 M8 M11 M13 M15 M19 M22 M25 M27 M29 A2 A4 A5 A12 A16 A19 A22 A26 M1 M2 M9

vs. Missouri Valley W, 10-2 vs. Missouri Valley W, 12-8 !Bethel Uni. (Ind.) L, 6-10 !Mid America Naz. Uni. W, 6-3 !Dordt College W, 7-3 !Sterling College L, 7-8 !Grand View College W, 4-1 vs. Baker University W, 4-0 vs. Baker University W, 6-5 at Benedictine College L, 11-12 at Benedictine College L, 2-6 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 11-3 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni W, 15-1 vs. Stephens College W, 19-0 vs. Stephens College W, 14-2 at Central Christian W, 9-0 at Central Christian W, 12-0 vs. Park University L, 3-8 vs. Park University W, 14-0 at Tabor College* W, 12-0 at Tabor College* W, 11-1 at Bethany College* W, 9-3 at Bethany College* L, 1-3 @Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 14-4 @Rogers St. Uni. (Okla.) L, 0-2 @Hannibal LaGrange (Mo.) L, 7-14 @Graceland (Iowa) W, 7-6 vs. McPherson College* W, 9-6 vs. McPherson College* W, 10-4 #Evangel University. L, 3-9 #St. Gregory Uni. (Okla.) L, 2-9 #Mid America Christian L, 0-2 #William Woods W, 3-0 at Friends University* L, 2-8 at Friends University* L, 2-8 at Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* L, 2-6 at Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* L, 3-4 vs. Southwestern College* W, 11-10 vs. Southwestern College* W, 12-2 vs. Uni. of Saint Mary* W, 8-0 vs. Uni. of Saint Mary* W, 9-8 vs. Sterling College* W, 3-1 vs. Sterling College* W, 7-5 $Southwestern College W, 8-1 $Friends University L, 1-6 $McPherson College W, 8-1 $Bethany College W, 12-4 $Kansas Wesleyan Uni. L, 4-5 %Bethany College L, 7-9 %Bellevue University L, 5-13

! - MNU Tourn. (Olathe, Kan.) @ - Avila Tourn. (Kansas City, Mo.) # - OCU Tourn. (Oklahoma City, Okla.) $ - KCAC Tourn. (Salina, Kan.) % - Region IV Tourn. (McPherson, Kan.)

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F24 F27 M3 M6 M7 M10 M16 M19 M21 M25 A1 A3 A4 A7 A11 A15 A18 A20 A22 M1 M2

2009 26-18, 12-4

at Missouri Valley L, 3-9 at Missouri Valley L, 0-4 vs. Concordia Uni. W, 3-1 vs. Concordia Uni. L, 3-7 vs. Benedictine College W, 4-3 vs. Benedictine College L, 3-4 !Central Christian W, 14-3 !NW Okla. St Uni. W, 6-2 !#24 Central Methodist W, 4-2 !Culver Stockton W, 4-3 (10) !William Jewell L, 2-4 vs. Bellevue University L, 6-11 at Park University L, 4-5 (12) at Park University L, 2-3 at Texas Wesleyan W, 5-2 at Texas Wesleyan W, 5-2 at Uni. of Dallas W, 11-2 (6) @vs.Uni. of Texas at Dallas W, 4-3 at Baker University L, 1-2 at Baker University W, 3-1 vs. Bethany College* W, 8-1 vs. Bethany College* L, 1-5 #Oklahoma Christian L, 0-19 #Oklahoma Christian L, 3-9 #22 Southern Naz. L, 1-14 #22 Southern Naz. W, 3-2 vs. Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* L, 4-10 vs. Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* W, 7-1 vs. Tabor College* W, 8-0 (6) vs. Tabor College* W, 8-0 (5) at Uni. of Saint Mary* W, 18-0 (5) vs. Uni. of Saint Mary* W, 12-0 (6) at Southwestern College* W, 2-0 at Southwestern College* W, 6-3 vs. Friends University* L, 0-9 (6) vs. Friends University* L, 0-9 (6) at McPherson College* W, 4-1 at McPherson College* W, 8-0 (5) $Kansas Wesleyan Uni. W, 5-1 $Bethany College W, 3-1 $Friends University L, 0-8 (5) $Bethany College L, 1-3

! - Friends Tourn. (Wichita, Kan.) @ - Played in Irving, Texas # - OCU/SNU Tourn. $ - KCAC Tourn. (Lindsborg, Kan.)

2010 27-10, 15-1

KCAC Champions KCAC Tournament Champions NAIA National Tourn. Appearance F27 vs. Missouri Valley College L, 2-5 vs. Missouri Valley College L, 5-8 M2 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 18-3 at Haskell Indian Nations Uni. W, 4-0 M5 !Central Christian College W, 18-2 !Uni. of Science & Arts W, 9-1 M6 !Graceland University W, 11-10 !NW Oklahoma State L, 4-8 !Doane College W, 7-5 M13 $Mount Mercy College L, 3-8 M16 at Tabor College* W, 5-3 at Tabor College* W, 5-3 M27 vs. Park University L, 0-12 vs. Park University L, 0-4 M30 vs. University of Saint Mary* W, 8-0 vs. University of Saint Mary* W, 8-0 A3 vs. Baker University W, 4-1 vs. Baker University W, 3-0 A9 vs. Sterling College* W, 5-4 vs. Sterling College* W, 10-5 A10 vs. Southwestern College* W, 5-1 vs. Southwestern College* W, 9-4 A13 at Friends University* L, 0-10 at Friends University* W, 5-3 A16 vs. McPherson College* W, 8-0 vs. McPherson College* W, 11-3 A17 at Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* W, 9-1 at Kansas Wesleyan Uni.* W, 14-5 A21 at Bethany College* W, 7-3 at Bethany College* W, 5-4 A29 ^Kansas Wesleyan Uni. W, 14-1 ^Southwestern College W, 8-1 A30 ^Bethany College W, 3-2 ^Friends University W, 3-1 M20 #Point Loma Nazarene L, 1-5 M22 #Shorter College L, 0-3 M24 #MidAmerica Nazarene L, 4-6 ! - Friends Tourn. (Wichita, Kan.) $ - Played at Lone Elm Park (Olathe, Kan.) * - KCAC Games ^ - KCAC Tournament (Hillsboro, Kan.) # - NAIA National Tournament (Decatur, Ala.)


OU’s Team and Individual Records TM

Single Season Record On Base Percentage No.  OB% Name Year 1.     0.507 Angie Thetford 2006 2 0.495 Michelle Bowman 2009 3 0.483 Josie Hildebrand 2008 4 0.481 Kadie Berlin 2010 5 0.478 Lindsey Tuter 2010 6 0.463 Kerry Higbie 2008 7.    0.455 Jamie Miller 2008 8 0.454 Ashley Mundy    2010 9 0.45 Ashley Mundy 2007 10 0.435 Josie Hildebrand 2009 Slugging Percentage No. SLG% Name Year 1 0.730 Angie Thetford 2005 2 0.706 Angie Thetford 2006 3 0.657 Ashley Mundy 2008 4 0.652 Kadie Berlin 2010 5 0.649 Josie Hildebrand 2009 6 0.641 Josie Hildebrand 2008 7 0.624 Sharee Joyner 2006 8 0.608 Myah Sprew 2010 9 0.600 Lindsey Tuter 2010 10 0.600 Ashley Renaldi 2009 Batting Average (Min. 2AB/game Played) No. BA Name H/ABs Year 1 0.478 Michelle Bowman 44/92 2009 2 0.448 Lindsey Tuter 56/125 2010 3 0.429 Angie Thetford 54/126 2006 4 0.426 Ashley Mundy 52/122 2010 5 0.424 Jamie Miller 56/177 2008 6 0.418 Josie Hildebrand 51/153 2008 7 0.417 Myah Sprew 50/120 2010 8 0.409 Ashley Mundy 56/137 2007 9 0.41 Ashley Mundy 49/166 2008 10 0.402 Jenise Kempfe 33/82 2001 At Bats No. AB Name Year 1 177 Jamie Miller 2008 2 166 Ashley Mundy 2008 3 153 Josie Hildebrand 2008 4 150 Sharee Joyner 2008 5 149 Jamile Miller 2007 6 148 Ashley Mundy 2009 7 146 Erin Michael 2009 8 142 Sharee Joyner 2007 9 142 Holly Dolphin 2006 10 141 Sharee Joyner 2006 Hits No. Hits Name Year 1 75 Jamie Miller 2008 2 68 Ashley Mundy 2008 3 64 Josie Hildebrand 2008 4 59 Sharee Joyner 2008 5 56 Lindsey Tuter 2010 6 56 Ashley Mundy 2007 7 54 Angie Thetford 2006 8 53 Josie Hildebrand 2009 8 53 Holly Dolphin 2006 10 52 Sharee Joyner 2007

Walks No. Walks Name Year 1 23 Iris Elfrink 2006 2 22 Kerry Higbie 2008 3 21 Iris Elfrink 2007 4 19 Angie Thetford 2006 5 16 Josie Hildebrand 2008 5 16 Sondra Day 2005 7 15 Lori Ewalt 2007 8 14 Angie Thetford 2005 9 13 Kelly Higbie 2006 9 13 Jamie Miller 2007 9 13 Lori Ewalt 2008 9 13 Kelly Higbie 2008 Runs Batted In  No. RBI Name Year 1 49 Josie Hildebrand 2008 2 48 Ashley Mundy 2008 2 48 Sharee Joyner 2008 4 41 Josie Hildebrand 2009 5 37 Angie Thetford 2006 6 35 Sharee Joyner 2007 7 34 Myah Sprew 2010 8 32 Sharee Joyner 2006 9 31 Lindsey Tuter 2010 10 30 Kelly Higbie 2008 Home Runs  No. HR Name Year 1 9 Angie Thetford 2006 2 7 Josie Hildebrand 2009 2 7 Sharee Joyner 2006 4 5 Myah Sprew 2009 4 5 Josie Hildebrand 2008 6 4 Myah Sprew 2010 6 4 Sharee Joyner 2008 8 3 Kelly Higbie 2007 8 3 Kelly Higbie 2008 8 3 Ashley Renaldi 2009 Doubles  No. 2B Name Year 1 19 Ashley Mundy 2008 2 18 Sharee Joyner 2008 3 12 Angie Thetford 2005 4 11 Josie Hildebrand 2009 4 11 Josie Hildebrand 2008 6 10 Ashley Mundy 2009 6 10 Sharee Joyner 2007 6 10 Kelly Higbie 2007 9 9 Kerry Higbie 2007 9 9 Ashley Mundy 2007 9 9 Sharee Joyner 2006 9 9 Jessica Nagy 2006 Triples  No. 3B Name Year 1 8 Ashley Mundy 2008 2 6 Lindsey Tuter 2010 3 5 Sharee Joyner 2006 4 5 Sharee Joyner 2008 5 4 Ashley Mundy 2009 5 4 Josie Hildebrand 2008 5 4 Ashley Mundy 2007 5 4 Heather McMillen 1996 9 3 Sharee Joyner 2007 9 3 Iris Elfrink 2007 9 3 Kerry Higbie 2007

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Runs Scored No. Runs Name Year 1 56 Jamie Miller 2008 2 51 Josie Hildebrand 2008 3 49 Ashley Mundy 2008 4 43 Lindsey Tuter 2010 4 43 Korey Higbie 2008 4 43 Jamie Miller 2007 7 40 Myah Sprew 2010 8 36 Sharee Joyner 2006 9 34 Kerry Higbie 2008 9 34 Jessica Nagy 2007 9 34 Angie Thetford 2006

Games Started (Pitching) No. GS Name Year 1 25 Pam Johnston 2008 1 25 Brooke Davidson 1998 3 22 Pam Johnston 2007 4 20 Ashley Renaldi 2009 4 20 Ashley Mundy 2007 4 20 Corrin Ball 2005 7 19 Ali Salter 2009 8 18 Pam Johnston 2006 9 16 Morgan Beckler 2010 9 16 Pam Johnston 2005 Complete Games (Pitching) No. CG Name Year 1 20 Ashley Renaldi 2009 2 19 Pam Johnston 2007 3 18 Ali Salter 2009 4 17 Brooke Davidson 1998 4 17 Pam Johnston 2008 4 17 Corrin Ball 2006 7 14 Pam Johnston 2005 8 13 Ashley Mundy 2007 9 12 Morgan Beckler 2010 10 11 Pam Johnston 2006 10 11 Sondra Day 2005

Stolen Bases No. SB Name Year 1 44 Michelle Bowman 2010 2 35 Lindsey Tuter 2010 3 29 Michelle Bowman 2009 4 25 Jamie Miller 2008 4 25 Ashley Mundy     2008 4 25 Iris Elfrink 2007 4 25 Jamie Miller 2007 8 24 Brandi Shoemaker 2004 9 21 Erin Michael   2009 10 20 Holly Dolphin 2006 Pitching Wins No. Wins Name Year 1 17 Brooke Davidson 1998 2 15 Pam Johnston 2007 3 14 Morgan Beckler 2010 4 13 Pam Johnston 2008 4 13 Corrin Ball 2006 6 12 Ali Salter 2009 7 12   Ashley Renaldi 2009 8 11 Ashley Mundy 2007 9 9 Ashley Renaldi 2010 9 9 Pam Johnston 2006

Strikeouts (Pitching) No. K Name Year 1 210 Brooke Davidson 1998 2 100 Ashley Renaldi 2009 3 70 Corrin Ball 2006 4 69 Ali Salter 2009 5 68 Morgan Beckler 2010 6 64 Pam Johnston 2008 7 54 Pam Johnston 2007 8 48 Ashley Renaldi 2010 9 44 Ashley Mundy 2007 10 37 Pam Johnston 2005

Innings Pitched No. IP Name Year 1 161.1 Brooke Davidson 1998 2 154.1 Pam Johnston 2007 3 140 Pam Johnston 2008 4 133.1 Corrin Ball 2006 5 121.1 Ashley Renaldi 2009 6 116.2 Ali Salter 2009 7 111.1 Pam Johnston 2005 8 111 Ashley Mundy 2007 9 109.1 Morgan Beckler 2010 10 106.2 Sondra Day 2005

Double Digit Strikeout Games K’s Name No. Game Year 1 15 Brooke Davidson MidAmerica Nazarene 1998 1 15 Brooke Davidson Trinity College 1998 3 14 Brooke Davidson Tabor College 4/21/1998 3 14 Brooke Davidson    Sterling College 4/24/1998 5 11 Ashley Renaldi Tabor College 4/11/2009 Putouts  No. PO Name Year 1 333 Angie Thetford 2006 2 320 Lori Ewalt 2007 3 269 Lori Ewalt 2008 4 259 Angie Thetford 2005 5 252 Emily Fuerst 2010 6 203 Jenise Kempfe 2001 7 199 Josie Hildebrand 2009 8 145 Lori Ewalt 2009 9 140 Emily Fuerst 2009 10 132 Emily Fuerst 2008

Earned Run Average (Pitching) No. ERA Name Year 1 1.94 Ashley Renaldi 2010 2 1.98 Morgan Beckler 2010 2 2.51 Brooke Davidson 1998 3 2.65 Ashley Renaldi 2009 4 2.88 Ali Salter 2009 5 3.34 Ashley Mundy 2007 6 3.45 Pam Johnston 2008 7 3.57 Corrin Ball 2006 8 3.63 Pam Johnston 2007 9 3.75    Jaime Simms 2008 10 3.88 Pam Johnston 2006

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Assists No. A Name Year 1 133 Ashley Mundy 2008 2 112 Iris Elfrink 2007 3 111 Iris Elfrink 2006 4 110 Ashley Mundy 2007 5 99 Ashley Mundy 2009 5 99 Amber Koons 2006 7 95 Sondra Day 2005 8 86 Kelli Wadkins 2001


OU’s Individual Records

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9 84 Kerry Higbie 2008 10 80 Josie Hildebrand 2008 Fielding Percentage No. FLD% Name Year 1 1.000 Ashley Renaldi 2010 2 0.989 Angie Thetford 2005 3 0.987 Sharee Joyner 2007 4 0.986 Lori Ewalt 2007 5 0.984 Lori Ewalt 2010 6 0.981 Lori Ewalt 2009 7 0.980 Angie Thetford 2006 8 0.978 Emily Fuerst 2010 8 0.978 Erin Michael 2009 8 0.978 Emily Fuerst 2008 CAREER RECORDS Slugging % No. SLG% Name Years 1 0.706 Angie Thetford 2004-2006 2 0.602 Myah Sprew 2009-present 3 0.59 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 4 0.567 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 5 0.542 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 6 0.419 Lindsey Adams 2009-present 7 0.416 Jamie Miller 2006-2008 8 0.408 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 9 0.402 Michelle Bowman 2008-present 10 0.349 Korey Higbie 2007-present

Hits No. Hits Name Years 1 225 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 2 159 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 3 125 Jamie Miller 2006-2008 4 117 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 5 112 Erin Michael 2007-2010 6 111 Kelly Higbie 2004-2008 7 110 Korey Higbie 2008-present 8 108 Kerry Higbie 2004-2008 9 97 Angie Thetford 2004-2006 10 95 Jessica Nagy 2003-2007 Runs Batted In  No. RBI Name Years 1 126 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 2 115 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 3 90 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 4 89 Kelly Higbie 2004-2008 5 65 Angie Thetford 2004-2006 6 57 Myah Sprew 2009-present 7 56 Kerry Higbie 2004-2008 8 49 Lori Ewalt 2007-2010 9 49 Iris Elfrink 2005-2007 10 48 Emily Fuerst 2008-present

TM

Walk No. Walk Name Years 1 52 Kerry Higbie 2004-2008 2 47 Lori Ewalt 2007-2010 3 44 Iris Elfrink 2005-2007 4 43 Kelly Higbie 2004-2008 5 41 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 6 31 Korey Higbie 2007-present 7 31 Angie Thetford 2004-2006 8 30 Jessica Nagy 2003-2007 9 26 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 10 24 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 At Bats  No. AB Name Years 1 573 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 2 477 Kelly Higbie 2004-2008 3 439 Kerry Higbie 2004-2008 4 433 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 5 367 Korey Higbie 2008-present 6 359 Jessie Nagy 2003-2007 7 357 Lori Ewalt 2007-2010 8 351 Erin Michael 2007-2010 9 326 Jamie Miller 2006-2008 10 287 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 Batting Average  No. BA Name Years 1 0.420 Angie Thetford 2004-2006 2 0.408 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 3 0.403 Myah Sprew 2009-present 4 0.393 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 5 0.382 Jamie Miller 2006-2008 6 0.380 Michelle Bowman 2008-present 7 0.368 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008

0.354 0.336 0.319

Ashley Renaldi Holly Dolphin Erin Michael

2009-present 2004-2006 2007-2010

SAC No. SAC Name Years 1 19 Jessica Nagy 2003-2007 2 15 Erin Michael 2007-2010 3 11 Holly Dolphin 2004-2006 4 7 Lori Ewalt 2007-2010 5 5 Amber Koons 2005-2009 Home Runs  No. HR Name Years 1 13 Angie Thetford 2004-2006 1 13 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 3 12 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 4 9 Myah Sprew 2009-present 5 7 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 5 7 Kelly Higbie 2004-2008 7 4 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 8 3 Iris Elfrink 2005-2007 Doubles  No. 2B Name Years 1 43 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 2 37 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 3 25 Kelly Higbie 2004-2008 4 23 Kerry Higbie 2004-2008 5 22 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 5 22 Jessica Nagy 2003-2007 7 21 Angie Thetford 2004-2006 8 16 Korey Higbie 2008-present 9 14 Emily Fuerst 2008-present 10 11 Iris Elfrink 2005-2007 10 11 Holly Dolphin 2004-2006 Triples  No. 3B Name Years 1 18 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 2 10 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 3 9 Kerry Higbie 2004-2008 4 6 Lindsey Tuter 2010-present 5 5 Myah Sprew 2009-present 5 5 Iris Elfrink 2005-2007 5 5 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 8 4 Angie Thetford 2004-2006

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Runs Scored No. Runs Name Years 1 139 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 2 99 Jamie Miller 2006-2008 3 98 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 4 93 Korey Higbie 2008-present 5 80 Kerry Higbie 2004-2008 6 77 Josie Hildebrand 2007-2009 7 67 Jessica Nagy 2003-2007 8 61 Erin Michael 2007-2010 8 61 Kelly Higbie 2004-2008 10 60 Lori Ewalt 2007-2010 10 60 Myah Sprew 2009-present Stolen Bases No. SB Name Years 1 74 Michelle Bowman 2008-present 1 74 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 3 50 Jamie Miller 2006-2008 4 40 Erin Michael 2007-2010 5 37 Iris Elfrink 2005-2007 6 35 Lindsey Tuter 2010-present 8 31 Korey Higbie 2008-present 9 30 Holly Dolphin 2004-2006 10 24 Brandi Shoemaker 2002-2004 Games Played  No. GP Name Years 1 172 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 2 169 Kelly Higbie 2004-2008 3 166 Kerry Higbie 2004-2008 4 146 Jessica Nagy 2003-2007 5 143 Lori Ewalt 2007-2010 6 135 Sharee Joyner 2005-2008 7 130 Erin Michael 2007-2010 8 125 Korey Higbie 2008-present 9 118 Amber Koons 2005-2009 10 107 Pam Johnston 2004-2008 Wins (Pitching) No. Wins Name Years 1 43 Pam Johnston 2004-2008 2 21 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 3 19 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 4 14 Morgan Beckler 2010-present 5 13 Corrin Ball 2006 6 12 Ali Salter 2009 7 6 Jaime Simms 2007-2009 Complete Games (Pitching)  No. CG Name Years 1 61 Pam Johnston 2004-2008 2 21 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 3 18 Ali Salter 2009 4 17 Corrin Ball 2005-2006 5 15 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 6 12 Morgan Beckler 2010-present 7 11 Sondra Day 2003-2005 Innings Pitched (Pitching) No. IP Name Years 1 509.4 Pam Johnston 2004-2008 2 212.4 Sondra Day 2003-2005 3 200.2 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 4 177.2 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 5 133.1 Corrin Ball 2005-2006 6 116.2 Ali Salter 2009 7 109.1 Morgan Beckler 2010-present 8 99 Jaime Simms 2008-2009

Earned Run Average (minimum 100 IP) (Pitching) No. ERA Name Years 1 1.98 Morgan Beckler 2010-present 2 2.37 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 3 2.88 Ali Salter 2009 4 3.57 Corrin Ball 2006 5 3.94 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 6 4.09 Pam Johnston 2004-2008 Strikeouts (Pitching) No. SO Name Years 1 190 Pam Johnston 2004-2008 2 148 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 3 89 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 4 70 Corrin Ball 2006 5 69 Ali Salter 2009 6 68 Morgan Beckler 2010-present 7 43 Jaime Simms 2008-2009 Appearances (Pitching) No. App. Name Years 1 102 Pam Johnston 2004-2008 2 40 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 3 36 Sondra Day 2003-2005 4 35 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 5 29 Jaime Simms 2007-2008 6 27 Corrin Ball 2006 7 19 Morgan Beckler 2010-present 7 19 Ali Salter 2009 Starts (Pitching) No. Starts Name Years 1 81 Pam Johnston 2004-2008 2 34 Ashley Renaldi 2009-present 3 30 Sondra Day 2003-2005 4 28 Ashley Mundy 2007-2010 5 20 Corrin Ball 2006 6 19 Ali Salter 2009 7 16 Morgan Beckler 2010-present 8 13 Jaime Simms 2008-2009 9 11 Andrea Horn 2008-present

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“Never under-estimate the opponent that appears weaker than you, and never fear the opponent that appears stronger than you.� - Author Unkown


2011 Opponents

“Four bases, three strikes, two teams, one winner. It’s not just a game, but a way of life. Softball, this is my destiny.” - Author Unknown

Ashley Renaldi


2011 Opponent Information HASKELL INDIAN NATIONS UNIVERSITY

GRACELAND UNIVERSITY

INDIANS

YELLOWJACKETS

FEB. 12 @ 1 & 3 (OTTAWA, KAN.) FEB. 25 (N) 11:00 a.m. (OLATHE, KAN.) - MNU Tournament

Location..................................Lamoni, Iowa Founded................................................ 1895 Enrollment............................................ 1,200 Colors.....................................Blue and Gold Conference.........................................HAAC President...............................Dr. John Sellars Athletic Director........................ Jeff Falkner Field.................George Foreman North Park

FEB. 22 @ 1:30 & 3:30 (OTTAWA, KAN.)

Location...............................Lawrence, Kan. Founded................................................ 1884 Enrollment............................................... 926 Colors.................................. Purple and Gold Conference........................................ MCAC President................................. Chris Redman Athletic Director.................. Phil Homeratha Field........................... Haskell Softball Field 2010 Record...........................................7-20 Conference Record...................................3-7 Conference Finish.................................... 5th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost............................NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................NA

2010 Record........................................7-29-1 Conference Record.................................2-18 Conference Finish.................................. 11th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost............................NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................NA

Sports Information............. Melissa Peterson Office Phone..................785-749-8459 x 637 E-Mail.....................mpeterson@haskell.edu Fax...........................................................NA Website................ www.haskell.edu/athletics

Sports Information................... Matt Shelton Office Phone............................641-784-5318 E-Mail...................mshelton@graceland.edu Fax..........................................641-784-5472 Website..........................www.gujackets.com

MIDAMERICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY

CENTRAL METHODIST UNIVERSITY

PIONEERS

EAGLES

FEB. 25 @ 5:00 (OLATHE, KAN.) - MNU Tournament APRIL 7 @ 3 & 5 (OTTAWA, KAN.)

FEB. 25 @ 3:00 OLATHE, KAN.)

Location....................................Fayette, Mo. Founded................................................ 1854 Enrollment............................................ 1,190 Colors................................. Green and Black Conference.........................................HAAC President........................Dr. Marianne Inman Athletic Director........................Jay Webster Field.......................... Cox Softball Complex

Location....................................Olathe, Kan. Founded................................................ 1965 Enrollment............................................ 1,200 Colors..........................Blue, Red, and White Conference.........................................HAAC President............................. Dr. Ed Robinson Athletic Director.......................Kevin Steele Field...................................... Williams Field

2010 Record.........................................34-21 Conference Record.................................12-8 Conference Finish.................................... 4th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish...........HAAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 5 / 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 11 / 6

2010 Record...........................................46-8 Conference Record.................................17-3 Conference Finish................................. T-1st Postseason Record...................................4-2 Postseason Finish............ NAIA Tournament Final Ranking............................................ 22 Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 7 / 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 9 / 3

Sports Information............. Kelcey Zutavern Office Phone............................660-248-6358 E-Mail........ kzutaver@centralmethodist.edu Fax..........................................660-248-1632 Website.......http://athletics.centralmethodist.edu

Sports Information...................Chad Jenkins Office Phone............................913-971-3457 E-Mail......................... cwjenkins@mnu.edu Fax..........................................913-971-3456 Website........................ www.mnusports.com

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BENEDICTINE COLLEGE

NW OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

RAVENS

RANGERS

MARCH 2 @ 1 & 3 (ATCHINSON, KAN.)

MARCH 4 @ 2:00 (WICHITA, KAN.)

Location.............................. Atchinson, Kan. Founded................................................ 1858 Enrollment............................................ 1,530 Colors........................ Black, White, and Red Conference.........................................HAAC President.......................... Stephen D. Minnis Athletic Director..........Charlie Gartenmayer Field............................BC Softball Complex

Location......................................Alva, Okla. Founded................................................ 1897 Enrollment............................................ 2,311 Colors.....................................Red and Black Conference............................................ SAC President.................... Dr. Janet Cunningham Athletic Director........................ Bob Battisti Field............................Ranger Softball Field

2010 Record.........................................17-22 Conference Record.................................8-12 Conference Finish.................................... 7th Postseason Record...................................0-2 Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 9 / 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 12 / 4

2010 Record.........................................28-27 Conference Record...............................16-20 Conference Finish.................................T-6th Postseason Record...................................3-2 Postseason Finish.............. SAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 3 / 6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 9 / 8

Sports Information......................Josh Pound Office Phone............................913-360-7634 E-Mail................... jpound@benedictine.edu Fax..........................................913-360-7451 Website...................www.ravenathletics.com

Sports Information.............Ryan Hintergardt Office Phone............................580-327-8639 E-Mail..................rshintergardt@nwosu.edu Fax..........................................580-327-8179 Website................. www.nwosu.edu/athletics

HASTINGS COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND ARTS

MUSTANGS

DOVERS

MARCH 4 @ 6:00 p.m. (WICHITA, KAN.)

MARCH 5 @ 12:00 p.m. (WICHITA, KAN.)

Location.............................Chickasha, Okla. Founded................................................ 1908 Enrollment............................................ 1,087 Colors...................................Green and Gold Conference............................................ SAC President...............................Dr. John Feaver Athletic Director..............Brisco McPherson Field...............................Bill Smith Ballpark

Location.................................Hastings, Neb. Founded................................................ 1882 Enrollment............................................ 1,200 Colors.............................................. Crimson Conference..........................................GPAC President...........................Dr. Phillip Dudley Athletic Director.........................Ian Roberts Field................ Bill Smith Softball Complex

2010 Record.........................................16-36 Conference Record.................................7-29 Conference Finish.................................. 10th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 3 / 9 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 6 / 13

2010 Record.........................................27-23 Conference Record.................................16-8 Conference Finish....................................3rd Postseason Record...................................2-2 Postseason Finish............GPAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 2 / 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................NA

Sports Information............... Jessica Jackson Office Phone............................405-574-1210 E-Mail............................ jjackson@usao.edu Fax..........................................405-574-1377 Website........................ www.usao.edu/sports

Sports Information.................David Kumera Office Phone............................402-461-7395 E-Mail...................... dkimura@hastings.edu Fax...........................................................NA Website.............. www.hastings.edu/athletics

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CENTRAL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE

MOUNT MERCY COLLEGE

TIGERS

MUSTANGS

MARCH 5 @ 2:00 p.m. (WICHITA, KAN.)

MARCH 5 @ 6:00 p.m. (WICHITA, KAN.)

Location............................ McPherson, Kan. Founded................................................ 1884 Enrollment............................................... 300 Colors.....................................Blue and Gold Conference........................................ MCAC President................................. Mr. Hal Hoxie Athletic Director......................................NA Field.........................................................NA

Location.........................Cedar Rapids, Iowa Founded................................................ 1928 Enrollment............................................ 1,671 Colors.....................................Blue and Gold Conference........................................... MCC President..................... Dr. Christopher Blake Athletic Director....................Scot Reisinger Field............................. Marion High School

2010 Record...........................................5-26 Conference Record...................................1-9 Conference Finish.................................... 6th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 8 / 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 10 / 3

2010 Record......................................... 37-11 Conference Record.................................19-2 Conference Finish.....................................1st Postseason Record...................................1-2 Postseason Finish............ NAIA Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 4 / 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............ 10 / 12

Sports Information................ Jeremy Nelson Office Phone..................620-241-0723 x 344 E-Mail........ jeremy.nelson@centralchristian.edu Fax..........................................620-241-6032 Website...........................www.ccctigers.com

Sports Information.....................Jason Furler Office Phone................319-363-1323 x 1203 E-Mail........................... fuler@mtmercy.edu Fax..........................................319-363-6341 Website......www.mountmercymustangs.com

AVILA UNIVERSITY

WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE

EAGLES

CARDINALS

MARCH 8 @ 2 & 4 (OTTAWA, KAN.)

MARCH 12 @ 1 & 3 (LIBERTY, MO.)

Location............................ Kansas City, Mo. Founded................................................ 1916 Enrollment............................................ 1,939 Colors.................................. Purple and Gold Conference.........................................HAAC President.........................Dr. Ronald Slepitza Athletic Director..................... Anthony Hall Field..................................... Zarda Complex

Location.................................... Liberty, Mo. Founded................................................ 1849 Enrollment............................................ 1,100 Colors.....................................Red and Black Conference.........................................HAAC President..............................Dr. David Sallee Athletic Director............. Dr. Darlene Bailey Field............... William Jewell Softball Field

2010 Record...........................................7-25 Conference Record.................................3-18 Conference Finish.................................. 10th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 6 / 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 17 / 3

2010 Record.........................................24-23 Conference Record.................................12-8 Conference Finish.................................T-4th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost............................NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................NA

Sports Information....................... Bob Luder Office Phone............................816-501-2434 E-Mail..........................bob.luder@avila.edu Fax..........................................816-941-4503 Website....................www.avila.edu/athletics

Sports Information...................Paul Worstell Office Phone............................816-415-5959 E-Mail...........worstellp@william.jewell.edu Fax...........................................................NA Website................................ www.jewell.edu

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BELLEVUE UNIVERSITY

OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

BRUINS

EAGLES

MARCH 15 @ 2 & 4 (BELLEVUE, NEB)

MARCH 18 @ 2 & 4 (EDMOND, OKLA.)

Location................................ Bellevue, Neb. Founded................................................ 1966 Enrollment............................................ 8,278 Colors.................................. Purple and Gold Conference........................................ MCAC President..................Mary B. Hawkins, PhD. Athletic Director.........................Ed Lehotak Field.............................. Hall of Fame Fields

Location..................... Oklahoma City, Okla. Founded................................................ 1950 Enrollment............................................ 2,200 Colors.......... Maroon, Silver, Tan, and Black Conference............................................ SAC President............................. Dr. Mike O’Neal Athletic Director......................... Curtis Janz Field..................................OC Softball Field

2010 Record.........................................32-17 Conference Record.................................10-0 Conference Finish.....................................1st Postseason Record...................................3-3 Postseason Finish................ NAIA Nationals Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 5 / 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 6 / 9

2010 Record.........................................26-29 Conference Record...............................15-21 Conference Finish.................................... 8th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 7 / 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 8 / 5

Sports Information...................... Steve Field Office Phone............................402-557-7062 E-Mail...................steve.field@bellevue.edu Fax..........................................402-557-5409 Website...........................www.bubruins.com

Sports Information.................. Josh Wayland Office Phone............................405-425-5363 E-Mail.................... joshua.wayland@oc.edu Fax..........................................405-425-5351 Website........................... www.oceagles.com

SOUTHERN NAZARENE UNIVERSITY

PARK UNIVERSITY

CRIMSON STORM

PIRATES

MARCH 19 @ 1 & 3 (BETHANY, OKLA.)

MARCH 22 @ 1 & 3 (PARKVILLE, MO.)

Location................................ Bethany, Okla. Founded................................................ 1899 Enrollment............................................ 2,050 Colors............................. Crimson and White Conference............................................ SAC President......................... Dr. Loren Gresham Athletic Director.....................Bobby Martin Field...................... Cypert Athletic Complex

Location................................. Parkville, Mo. Founded................................................ 1875 Enrollment.......................................... 24,166 Colors................................ Canary and Wine Conference........................................... AMC President...................... Michael Droge, Ph.D Athletic Director...................Claude English Field..........................Park Softball Complex

2010 Record.........................................33-23 Conference Record...............................18-16 Conference Finish.................................... 4th Postseason Record...................................2-2 Postseason Finish.............. SAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 8 / 1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 12 / 3

2010 Record.........................................24-16 Conference Record...................................7-9 Conference Finish.................................... 7th Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 8 / 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 11 / 4

Sports Information..................David Neblett Office Phone............................405-491-6619 E-Mail.............................. dnoblett@snu.edu Fax..........................................405-491-6387 Website...................... www.snuathletics.com

Sports Information.......................Tyler Price Office Phone............................816-584-6751 E-Mail..........................tyler.price@park.edu Fax..........................................816-505-5448 Website.................... www.parkathletics.com

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MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE

PERU STATE COLLEGE

VIKINGS

BOBCATS

MARCH 25 @ 2 & 4 (MARSHALL, MO.)

MARCH 26 @ 2 & 4 (OTTAWA, KAN.)

Location................................. Marshall, Mo. Founded................................................ 1889 Enrollment............................................ 1,450 Colors.............................. Purple and Orange Conference.........................................HAAC President.....................Dr. Bonnie Humphrey Athletic Director........................... Tom Fifer Field.........................................................NA

Location....................................... Peru, Neb. Founded................................................ 1867 Enrollment............................................ 2,520 Colors................................... Blue and White Conference........................................ MCAC President.............................. Dr. Dan Hanson Athletic Director................. Steve Schneider Field.................... Centennial Complex Field

2010 Record.........................................25-28 Conference Record...............................10-10 Conference Finish.................................... 6th Postseason Record...................................0-2 Postseason Finish...........HAAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 3 / 6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 4 / 2

2010 Record.........................................21-24 Conference Record...................................6-4 Conference Finish................................T-2nd Postseason Record...................................NA Postseason Finish.....................................NA Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 6 / 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 12 / 3

Sports Information...................Danielle Carr Office Phone............................660-831-4230 E-Mail................................card@moval.edu Fax..........................................660-831-4038 Website..................www.moval.edu/athletics

Sports Information........ Ted. L. Harshbarger Office Phone............................402-872-2380 E-Mail......................tharshbarger@peru.edu Fax...........................................................NA Website.................... www.peru.edu/athletics

FRIENDS UNIVERSITY

KANSAS WELSEYAN UNIVERSITY

FALCONS

COYOTES

MARCH 30 @ 2 & 4 (OTTAWA, KAN.)

APRIL 2 @ 1 & 3 (OTTAWA, KAN.)

Location.................................. Wichita, Kan. Founded................................................ 1898 Enrollment............................................ 2,800 Colors................................. Scarlet and Grey Conference......................................... KCAC President................................. Dr. Biff Green Athletic Director................. Joe Zimmerman Field............................ Falcon Softball Field

Location.....................................Salina, Kan. Founded................................................ 1886 Enrollment............................................... 825 Colors.................................. Purple and Gold Conference......................................... KCAC President........................ Fletcher M. Lamkin Athletic Director.................... Matt Williams Field..................................... Bill Burke Park

2010 Record.........................................29-12 Conference Record.................................14-2 Conference Finish................................... 2nd Postseason Record...................................4-2 Postseason Finish...........KCAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 5 / 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 14 / 9

2010 Record...........................................4-32 Conference Record.................................2-14 Conference Finish.................................... 9th Postseason Record...................................2-2 Postseason Finish...........KCAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 2 / 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 6 / 9

Sports Information................Scott Robinson Office Phone............................316-295-5116 E-Mail....... sports_information@friends.edu Fax..........................................316-295-5030 Website................ www.friendsathletics.com

Sports Information....................David Toelle Office Phone................785-827-5541 x 3146 E-Mail..........................sportsinfo@kwu.edu Fax..........................................785-827-0927 Website......................www.kwucoyotes.com

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BAKER UNIVERSITY

TABOR COLLEGE

WILDCATS

BLUEJAYS

APRIL 6 @ 5:30 & 7:30 (BALDWIN CITY, KAN.)

APRIL 9 @ 1 & 3 (OTTAWA, KAN.)

Location......................... Baldwin City, Kan. Founded................................................ 1858 Enrollment............................................ 4,000 Colors................................................ Orange Conference.........................................HAAC President........................Dr. Patricia N. Long Athletic Director...........Dr. Patricia N. Long Field........................ Cavaness Softball Field

Location............................... Hillsboro, Kan. Founded................................................ 1908 Enrollment............................................... 646 Colors.....................................Blue and Gold Conference......................................... KCAC President.............................Dr. Jules Glanzer Athletic Director........................ Rusty Allen Field......................Hillsboro Sport Complex

2010 Record.........................................18-31 Conference Record.................................7-13 Conference Finish.................................... 8th Postseason Record...................................1-2 Postseason Finish...........HAAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost............................NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................NA

2010 Record.........................................16-23 Conference Record...................................7-9 Conference Finish.................................T-5th Postseason Record...................................0-2 Postseason Finish...........KCAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 2 / 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 3 / 10

Sports Information...................Kevin Kunde Office Phone............................ 785.594.8495 E-Mail.................. kevin.kunde@bakeru.edu Fax.......................................... 785.594.8377 Website...................www.bakerwildcats.com

Sports Information............ Anthony Monson Office Phone................620-947-3121 x 1603 E-Mail.........................anthonym@tabor.edu Fax..........................................620-947-3786 Website................... www.taborbluejays.com

BETHANY COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY OF SAINT MARY

SWEDES

SPIRES

APRIL 13 @ 2 & 4 (OTTAWA, KAN.)

APRIL 16 @ 1 & 3 (LEAVENWORTH, KAN.)

Location.............................. Lindsborg, Kan. Founded................................................ 1881 Enrollment............................................... 610 Colors.....................................Blue and Gold Conference......................................... KCAC President..................................... Ed Leonard Athletic Director........................ Jon Daniels Field.........................................................NA

Location......................... Leavneworth, Kan. Founded................................................ 1923 Enrollment............................................... 998 Colors....................................Navy and Gold Conference......................................... KCAC President........... Sr. Diane Steele, SCL, Ph.D Athletic Director..........................Rob Miller Field................................... Saint Mary Field

2010 Record.........................................23-18 Conference Record.................................12-4 Conference Finish....................................3rd Postseason Record...................................2-2 Postseason Finish...........KCAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 5 / 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 8 / 5

2010 Record...........................................6-32 Conference Record.................................4-12 Conference Finish.................................... 7th Postseason Record...................................0-2 Postseason Finish...........KCAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 6 / 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 11 / 5

Sports Information................. Beth Cormack Office Phone................785-227-3380 x 8184 E-Mail................. cormackb@bethanylb.edu Fax..........................................785-227-2021 Website.................www.bethanyswedes.com

Sports Information............... Kristen Owsley Office Phone............................913-758-4340 E-Mail.......................owsley16@stmary.edu Fax..........................................913-758-4348 Website............................www.gospires.com

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SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE

MCPHERSON COLLEGE

MOUNDBUILDERS

BULLDOGS

APRIL 19 @ 5 & 7 (WINFIELD, KAN.)

APRIL 23 @ 1 & 3 (MCPHERSON, KAN.)

Location.................................Winfield, Kan. Founded................................................ 1885 Enrollment............................................ 1,850 Colors................................ Purple and White Conference......................................... KCAC President............................... Dick Merriman Athletic Director........................ Dave Denly Field.............................. Broadway Complex

Location............................ McPherson, Kan. Founded................................................ 1887 Enrollment............................................... 615 Colors.................................... Red and White Conference......................................... KCAC President................... Mr. Michael Schneider Athletic Director..................Mr. Doug Quint Field.............................................. Wall Park

2010 Record.........................................15-20 Conference Record...................................8-8 Conference Finish.................................... 4th Postseason Record...................................2-2 Postseason Finish...........KCAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 7 / 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 9 / 2

2010 Record........................................9-20-1 Conference Record.................................3-13 Conference Finish.................................... 8th Postseason Record...................................1-2 Postseason Finish...........KCAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 6 / 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 9 / 4

Sports Information............. Jason A. Jeschke Office Phone............................620-229-6299 E-Mail.................jason.jeschke@sckans.edu Fax..........................................620-229-6124 Website.................... www.buildersports.com

Sports Information................ Alan Grosbach Office Phone............................620-242-0431 E-Mail................. grosbaca@mcpherson.edu Fax..........................................620-245-9706 Website.................... www.macbulldogs.com

STERLING COLLEGE

WARRIORS

APRIL 27 @ 3 & 5 (STERLING, KAN.)

Location..................................Sterling, Kan. Founded................................................ 1887 Enrollment............................................... 736 Colors....... Navy Blue, Silver, and Cardinal Red Conference......................................... KCAC President...........................Dr. Paul J. Maurer Athletic Director....................Andy Lambert Field.........................................................NA 2010 Record.........................................22-22 Conference Record...................................7-9 Conference Finish.................................... 5th Postseason Record...................................1-2 Postseason Finish...........KCAC Tournament Final Ranking...........................................NR Starters Returning/Lost.......................... 2 / 8 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............. 14 / 7 Sports Information.................... Hans Nickel Office Phone............................620-278-4656 E-Mail...........................hnickel@gmail.com Fax..........................................620-278-4319 Website................www.sterling.edu/athletics

KCAC TOURNAMENT MAY 4-5 WICHITA, KAN.

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