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LA TECH INVITATIONAL FEB. 10 vs. NORTH DAKOTA vs. INCARNATE WORD FEB. 11 vs. ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF vs. MISSOURI STATE FEB. 12 vs. SAMFORD FEB. 15 at LSU TEXAS LONGHORN TOURNAMENT FEB. 17 vs. INDIANA at TEXAS FEB. 18 at TEXAS vs. SOUTH CAROLINA FEB. 19 vs. SOUTH CAROLINA FEB. 22 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA LOUISIANA TECH CLASSIC FEB. 24 vs. SAM HOUSTON STATE FEB. 25 vs. NORTHERN IOWA vs. GRAMBLING ST.

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FEB. 26 vs. MCNEESE STATE MARCH 1 at OLE MISS MEMPHIS TIGER TOURNAMENT MARCH 3 vs. TENNESSEE STATE vs. WRIGHT STATE MARCH 4 at MEMPHIS vs. ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF MARCH 5 vs. BELMONT MARCH 10 CHARLOTTE* MARCH 11 CHARLOTTE (dh)* MARCH 15 at NORTHWESTERN STATE MARCH 18 at SOUTHERN MISS (dh)* MARCH 19 at SOUTHERN MISS* MARCH 22 NORTHWESTERN STATE MARCH 24 vs. MISSISSIPPI ST. (norman, okla.) MARCH 25 vs. OKLAHOMA (hof stadium - okc, okla.) MARCH 28 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN APRIL 1 MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. (dh)*

APRIL 2 MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST.* APRIL 5 GRAMBLING ST. APRIL 8 at UAB (dh)* APRIL 9 at UAB* APRIL 12 at LOUISIANA-MONROE APRIL 14 UTEP (dh)* APRIL 15 UTEP* APRIL 19 NICHOLLS STATE APRIL 22 at UTSA (dh)* APRIL 23 at UTSA* APRIL 26 LOUISIANA-MONROE APRIL 29 NORTH TEXAS (dh)* APRIL 30 NORTH TEXAS* MAY 5 at FIU (dh)* MAY 6 at FIU* MAY 10-13  at C-USA TOURNAMENT (hattiesburg, miss.) HOME GAMES IN RED * C-USA GAME


News releases, photos and other services are available to accredited members of the news media. Current releases, statistics and photos can also be obtained at LATechSports.com. Editor: Malcolm Butler Contributors: Louisiana Tech Athletic Communications, Louisiana Tech News Bureau, Louisiana Tech University Communications

Content Louisiana Tech Athletic Vision & Mission Statement..............1 Quick Facts/Local Media ........................................................2 We Are Louisiana Tech............................................................3 Softball Complex...................................................................16 2017 Numerical Roster.........................................................18 Head Coach Mark Montgomery...........................................20 Assistant Coach Emerald Doria............................................22 Assistant Coach Bianca Duran..............................................23 Assistant Coach Mike Forsythe............................................24 Support Staff........................................................................25 Player Bios............................................................................26 2017 Outlook........................................................................58

Athletic Vision

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The 2017 Louisiana Tech softball team information guide is a publication of the Athletics Media Relations Office. It has been designed as a source of information for the news media and Lady Techster softball fans. Every effort has been made to include pertinent and timely information. Should you need additional information such as feature material and/or statistics, please direct your inquiries to the media relations office.

Louisiana Tech University will be a conference leader in performance by investing strategically in student-athletes’ development, providing superior facilities and enhancing program support to achieve a local and national image of success and dominance.

2016 Statistics......................................................................62 2016 Results.........................................................................63 Conference USA...................................................................64 C-USA Softball Championship Bracket.................................66 All-Time Conference Standings............................................67 All-Time Tournament Results................................................70

Covers, Layout and Design: Donnie Bell Design.

Letterwinners.......................................................................72

Photography: Donny Crowe, Tom Morris, Darrell James, Kenny Robertson

Record Book.........................................................................75

All-Time Honors....................................................................73 Series Records.....................................................................81 All-Time Results....................................................................82 Year-by-Year Results..............................................................88 University President Dr. Les Guice..................................... 102 AD Tommy McClelland....................................................... 103 Athletic Administration....................................................... 105 Administration, Support & Coaches.................................... 105

Athletic Mission Statement Embody excellence in everything we do. Develop student-athletes to maximize their potential in mind, body and spirit. Bring pride, admiration, and loyalty to the University family, community and state. Win with integrity.

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University Name: Louisiana Tech Location: Ruston, La. Founded: 1894 Enrollment: 12, 642 Nickname: Lady Techsters Colors: Red, Blue Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Les Guice (Louisiana Tech, 1976) AD: Tommy McClelland (Northwestern State, 2004) SWA: Mary Kay Hungate Facility: Lady Techster Softball Complex (550) Press Box: 18-614-4513 (Butler’s Cell)

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Mark Montgomery (Eastern Kentucky, 1992) Office Phone: 318-257-3016 School Record: 109-98, 5th Year Career Record: 439-420, 16 seasons Assistants: Emerald Doria (Centenary, 2010); Bianca Duran (LA Tech, 2015); Mike Forsythe (Elmhurt College, 1977)

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2016 Record: 32-22 2016 Conference: 12-9, 3rd C-USA (West Division) 2016 Postseason: C-USA Tournament LW Returning/Lost: 12/7 Starters R/L: 7/3

LADY TECHSTER TWITTER ACCOUNTS Players Bailey Allen................... @aybaybay_33 Kimmie Atienza............. N/A Jessica Ball.................. @baller0421 Berkley Calapp............. @berkley_calapp Jenny Chapman........... @jennychapman08 Tori Charters................. @tori_brookexoxo Jazlyn Crowder............ @jazlynchristine Krystal De La Cruz........ @krystaldlc Preslee Gallaway......... @preslee_22 Ali Galaz......................... N/A Kassie Harris................ @kassie_496 Karlee Jensen.............. @karleelynn2 Natalie Moran.............. @nattchristine11 Taria Page..................... @tariapage Katie Smith.................... @katiesmith29 Marilyn Rizzato............. @marilynrizzato Addison Roark.............. @addison_roark Pauline Tufi.................... @mrstufi Morgan Turkoly............ @morgan_turkoly Coaches/Support Personnel Bianca Duran................ @biancarae02 Emerald Doria............... @uncommon1417 Mike Forsythe............... @LATechForsythe Mark Montgomery....... @gocoacher Malcolm Butler............. @LATechMButler LA Tech Softball........... @latechsb LA Tech Athletics......... @LATechSports

The Ruston Daily Leader Scott Boatright 208 West Park Ave. Ruston, LA 71270 Phone: (318) 255-4353     The News-Star Sean Isabella 411 North 4th St. Monroe, LA 71210 Phone: 1-800-259-7788          The Shreveport Times Jimmy Watson P. O. Box 30222 Shreveport, LA 71130-0222 Phone: 1-800-462-6436    KNOE-TV (CBS) Aaron Dietrich P. O. Box 4067 Monroe, LA 71211 Phone: (318) 388-8888    KTVE-TV/KARD-TV (NBC) Gene Ponti 200 Pavilion Road West Monroe, LA 71292 Phone: (318) 323-1972 

KTAL-TV (NBC) Tim Owens 3150 North Market St. Shreveport, LA 71107 Phone: (318) 629-6000   KSLA-TV (CBS) Rashad Johnson 1812 Fairfield Shreveport, LA 71101 Phone: (318) 222-1212    KTBS-TV (ABC) Tatum Everett 312 E. Kings Hwy. Shreveport, LA 71104 Phone: (318) 861-5880    KXKZ-FM Sean Fox P. O. Box 430 Ruston, LA 71273 Phone: (318) 255-5000 Bleed Tech Blue Ben Carlisle 1413 E. Mississippi Ruston, LA 71270 Phone: (318) 791-4881 The Tech Talk Sports Editor Phone: (318) 257-4427

MEDIA RELATIONS Associate AD/Media Relations: Malcolm Butler Office Phone: 318-257-3144 Cell Phone: 318-614-4513 Email: mbutler@latech.edu Website: LATechSports.com

STARTERS RETURNING (7) 1B Pauline Tufi 2B Karlee Jensen SS Katie Smith OF Tori Charters OF Morgan Turkoly DP Taria Page P Bailey Allen

NEWCOMERS (7) OF Ali Galaz (JR) OF Jazlyn Crowder (SO) P Krystal De La Cruz (SO) C Addison Roark (FR) C Marilyn Rizzato (FR) UT Kimmie Atienza (FR) P Jenny Chapman (FR)

LADY TECHSTER FACEBOOK The Lady Techster program has its very own fan page on Facebook. Just log on Facebook and go to Facebook.com/LouisianaTechSoftball and LIKE us.

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WELCOME TO THE FAMILY “Athletics is a central part of Louisiana Tech and an integral component of our efforts to elevate the institution’s national standing. It is essential that we continue to focus on the success of our student-athletes and ensure that a winning athletics program is achieved with integrity and class.” -- Tech President Dr. Les Guice

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AT LOUISIANA TECH YOU ARE NOT A NUMBER, YOU ARE FAMILY. LOUISIANA TECH Ranked as a Tier One National University according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 Best Colleges Report. Ranked No. 1 in the state of Louisiana and No. 6 in the nation in list of “25 Most Underrated Colleges in America” (Business Insider) Ranked No 1 in the state (for in-state students) and No. 36 in the nation (for out-of-state students) in annual percentage return on investment for graduates (Payscale.com) Ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 21 in the nation for providing its graduates with the best returns on their investments in their college educations (AdvisorOne) Ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 17 in the nation among “Low Cost Colleges with High Starting Salaries for Graduates” (Affordable Colleges Online) No. 1 in the state in average mid-career salaries and average starting salaries for graduates (PayScale. com) No. 1 in nation in least average amount of student debt at graduation for public national universities (US News & World Report) One of the nation’s 25 Most Affordable Colleges for both in-state and out-of-state students (Newsweek)

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MORE THAN 700 COMPANIES WORLDWIDE TRAVEL TO CAMPUS EACH YEAR TO RECRUIT LOUISIANA TECH GRADUATES

Dr. Les Guice became the 14th president in the history of Louisiana Tech University on July 1, 2013.    “Louisiana Tech has a really great foundation of excellence, and we’re not starting from scratch by any means. We’ve got so many of the ingredients in place. My vision is to continue to progress Louisiana Tech in national prominence, but to turn that national prominence into things that bring benefit to North Louisiana, to our citizens of this state and to all of the students and stakeholders of the university.” -- Dr. Les Guice, University President

QUARTER SYSTEM – BIG ADVANTAGE FOR THE STUDENT-ATHLETE Louisiana Tech has a unique advantage of being on the quarter system as opposed to the semester system. The quarter system provides significant advantages for the students: Lighter workload (take 3 classes instead of 5) Shorter academic sessions (12 weeks instead of 18) More frequent breaks during and between academic sessions More opportunities to withdraw or drop a class and still remain TOPS eligible

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TOMORROW’S GRADUATE LOUISIANA TECH saw Kathryn Sloan named to the 2015 Academic All-America Division I Women’s Soccer Third Team as selected by CoSIDA, becoming the first player in program history to receive this honor. s aw 75 student-athletes earn their bachelor’s or master’s degree during the year saw 151 student-athletes make the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll and 27 make the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medalist s tudent-athletes record a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 83 percent and a Federal Graduation Rate (FGR) of 62 percent, with both being record highs for the University.

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Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes recorded an all-time high four-year graduation success rate of 80 percent, which was four percentage points better than the previous record-high of 76 percent.

LOUISIANA TECH boasts the University of Louisiana System’s highest graduation rate at 54.0 percent. boasts the states fastest time to completion for first time baccalaureates at 4.5 years. boasts the ULS’ highest average freshman ACT scores at 24.5.

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LOUISIANA TECH’S ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT: was one of only five FBS schools this season to record 9+ wins in football, 20+ wins in men’s basketball and 40+ wins in baseball (Florida, Florida State, Ohio State and Ole Miss) was one of only 12 FBS programs in the country to play postseason in football, men’s basketball and baseball (Florida, Connecticut, Florida State, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Washington, Duke, Louisiana Tech, Arizona, Utah and Miami (Fla.)) partnered with adidas America, Inc. to establish a 5-year exclusive agreement that will outfit Louisiana Tech’s 16 NCAA men’s and women’s programs in adidas uniforms, apparel, footwear and equipment through the 2020-2021 athletics season. inducted the 2015 Hall of Fame Class which included 10-year NFL veteran running back Robert Brunet, 1998 Biletnikoff Award winner Troy Edwards, Bulldog basketball all-time leading scorer and rebounder Mike Green, 1989 Kodak All-American Nora Lewis and 1987 All-American shortstop Charlie Montoyo

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Football won consecutive bowl games for the first time in school history with a rout of Arkansas State in the R + L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. Three Bulldogs were selected in the NFL Draft, headlined by Vernon Butler who became the school’s first-first round pick since 1999. Baseball recorded the most wins since 1988 (42) and picked up the programs first NCAA Tournament at-large bid, advancing to the finals of the Starkville Regional. LA Tech garnered 10 victories over top-25 ranked teams. Golf captured their first conference championship since 1980, becoming the first team in program history to compete in an NCAA regional. It was led by senior Victor Lange who tied a collegiate course record in the final round of the NCAA Tucson Regional. Women’s basketball hired former Lady Techster star Brooke Stoehr as the seventh head coach in program history. Softball earned consecutive 30-win seasons for the first time since the late 1990’s, winning five consecutive conference series for the first time in program history and picking up their first win over a nationally-ranked opponent since 2009. Men’s basketball senior Alex Hamilton earned C-USA Player of the Year honors, leading the Bulldogs to their fourth consecutive postseason tournament for the first time since 1988-1992. Eric Konkol’s Bulldogs recorded 23 wins on the season, a school record for a first-year coach. Former head coach Chad Camper earned his second Louisiana Coach of the Year honor in the past three seasons, while the Lady Techsters earned their first national ranking in program history and their first win over a nationally-ranked program. Soccer qualified for its second consecutive C-USA Tournament, defeating conference champion North Texas in the season finale. Kathryn Sloan became the first player in program history to receive Academic All-America honors Volleyball recorded their best overall record since 2011, while picking up their most conference wins in a season since 2009. Adria Morales surpassed a career milestone by notching her 1,000th career assist and Alejandra ‘Lala’ Aviles moved into fourth place in program history with 464 digs in a season. Bowling entered their second season in the prestigious Southland Bowling League, which features seven of the nation’s top NCAA team. Four team members were named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Track and Field saw Mia Adams advance to the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the long jump, while Jeremy Hicks was named second team All-American in the indoor 60m and advanced to the NCAA Indoor Championships. Hicks also won a gold medal at the C-USA Indoor Championships in the 60m dash.

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE LA Tech student-athletes volunteered more than 3,000 hours of community service this past school year with all 16 Division I sanctioned programs involved in some aspect of giving back to the community. Community service projects range from interaction with local schools to the Boys and Girls Club to the Methodist Children’s Home to the local retirement/nursing homes to the DART Pumpkin Patch.

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SOFTBALL COMPLEX The Lady Techster Softball Complex has been home to Louisiana Tech softball since its construction in 1982 and recently received some major renovations, including the addition of new bleacher, a new press box and artificial tuf. Prior to the 2016 season, Louisiana Tech installed an artifical turf playing surface, making the Lady Techster Softball Complex the only Conference USA softball facility to feature an all-turf playing surface. As part of the preparation for playing host to the 2013 Western Athletic Conference Tournament, the University invested more than $500,000 in renovations and improvements. The first phase of the improvements came during the summer of 2011 with the replacement of the existing wooden fence surrounding the facility with a new chain link fence that is covered on the inside with padding. An on-going issue of poor drainage on the field was also rectified with the installation of a new subsurface drainage system underneath a new synthetic turf that was installed in front of both dugouts and behind home plate. Synthetic turf was also installed in both bullpens, while the entire outfield benefits from the installation of a new irrigation system. In the winter of 2013 more renovations took place as new bleachers were installed and a new press box constructed. During the course of the Lady Techsters’ 33-year history of playing at the facility, Tech has posted an overall mark of 409221, including 23 winning seasons. During its run to the 2008 NCAA Tournament, LA Tech posted a mark of 16-12 at home including victories over Top 25 Fresno State and SEC foe Ole Miss. Louisiana Tech saw a school record 1,927 fans attend the Lady Techsters home game versus LSU on March 15, 2016. Initially built at a cost of $200,000 in the early 1980s under the supervision of former head coach Bill Galloway and former Tech President F. Jay Taylor, the 550-seat facility boasts brick-walled dugouts, wooden lockers, lights, batting cage and electronic scoreboard. At the time of its completion in the early ’80s, it was considered one of the finest softball facilities in the country as the nationally-ranked Louisiana Tech squads drew large crowds. The complex has been home to some of the nation’s top teams and players during its history as it housed three Louisiana Tech College World Series teams and six more NCAA Tournament squads and five All-Americans. In Galloway’s first season, he led Tech to a record of 52-18 and the first of three trips to the College World Series, and the tradition of winning and dominance throughout the 1980s began. Louisiana Tech reached the NCAA playoffs the next six seasons, including two additional College World Series appearances in 1985 and 1986.

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Mark Montgomery enters his fifth season as the head coach at Louisiana Tech after two highly successful head coaching stints at Centenary and Northern Colorado. Since his arrival in Ruston, he has brought a philosophy of MARK developing the complete student-athlete, and his players have embraced this culture. Head Coach His philosophy has already proven successful both on and off @gocoacher the diamond. During his first four seasons, Montgomery has led the Lady Techsters to three winning seasons, including back-toback 30-plus win seasons the past two years – the first time LA Tech has accomplished this feat since 1999. Montgomery has posted a mark of 109-98 since coming to Tech and a career collegiate head coaching record of 439-420 in 17 seasons, 15 of those on the Division I level. His players have also won numerous awards for their play on the field, their work in the classroom and their contributions in the community. In the past three years, Lady Techster softball players Natalie Moran, Janine Godwin and Kristen Miles have each earned the Conference USA Spirit of Service Award, designed to recognize the community service efforts of the league’s student-athletes, based upon significant community service, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport. Godwin was also named the Conference USA recipient of the 2015 Woman of the Year Award, one of 57 NCAA Division I female student-athletes from across the country honored with the recognition. Former Techster Erin Kipp was named an Academic All-American during Montgomery’s first season in Ruston. On the field, Montgomery’s players have also seen significant recognition. Six Lady Techsters have earned C-USA All-Frosh team honors the past three years – the most of any team in C-USA – while Tech placed eight on the league’s first- and second-teams (including both WAC and C-USA). Former Techster Anna Cross was named the WAC Freshman of the Year in 2013. This past season freshman outfielder Morgan Turkoly, the program’s first Top 100 signee, set Louisiana Tech freshman records for runs scored in a season, home runs, RBI, walks, total bases and slugging percentage. Montgomery has also received recognition for his coaching style during his time at LA Tech. He received the Conference USA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee’s Coaches Choice Award in 2013-14. The SAAC Coaches Choice Award recognizes a coach that is committed to fostering student-athlete development and welfare through a positive athletic and academic atmosphere. Each C-USA institution selects a nominee and then voting is done by the conference SAAC representatives during its annual in-person meeting. As a team, the Lady Techsters came within percentage points of winning the 2016 Conference USA West Division while breaking more than 10 single season team offensive marks, including runs, RBI, home runs, extra base hits and walks. Last season also saw Tech play 10 games against teams played in the NCAA Tournament, posting three wins. In the seven losses to those teams, Tech led in the fifth inning or later in three more games. Montgomery wasted little time in making an impact in his first year in Ruston in 2013 as he guided the Lady Techsters to a 27-26 record and the program’s highest finish ever in the Western Athletic Conference. LA Tech hosted the league postseason tournament as the No. 3 seed during the 2013 campaign. Following the graduation of a large senior class, Montgomery’s second season in Ruston and Louisiana Tech’s first competing in the highly-competitive Conference USA was a transition one for the program. Tech posted a 19-33 record with six losses to Top 25 teams, including a 1-0 setback against 7th ranked Kentucky. Off the field, Louisiana Tech softball received national recognition as eight Lady Techsters earned National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-America Scholar Athletes following the season. In 2015 Montgomery coached Louisiana Tech to their first 30-win season since 2008 – a 31-19 campaign – capped off by a trip to the Conference USA Tournament in Miami, Fla. Montgomery came to Louisiana Tech after spending two years at NAIA Georgetown (Ky.) College, eight years at Centenary College and two years at Northern Colorado. He has won 357 career games on the college level. The Kentucky native has led his teams to 10 winning seasons during his 15 years, including nine seasons of 30 or more wins, while guiding Centenary to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances in 2004 and 2005. 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2010 Centenary College (DIII)

10-34

2011 Northern Colorado

17-35

2012 Northern Colorado

25-28

2013

Louisiana Tech

27-26

2014

Louisiana Tech

19-33

2015

Louisiana Tech

31-19

2016

Louisiana Tech

Totals

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32-22

439-420

*NCAA REGIONALS

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EMERALD

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DORIA

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Assistant Coach @uncommon417

Emerald Doria begins her fourth season as an assistant coach for Mark Montgomery and the Louisiana Tech softball program, her second year as Montgomery’s top assistant. Doria will continue to handle the Lady Techster infielders and be the primary hitting coach. The former Centenary star also oversees the video editing aspect of the program while also being heavily involved in recruiting. “Emerald is invaluable to me and to this program,” Montgomery said. “During the past three years on staff, she has not only met every expectation I had for her but she has exceeded them.” During her first three years in Ruston, Doria has been instrumental in Louisiana Tech’s success, including back-to-back 30plus win seasons – the first time the program has accomplished this since 1999. The Lady Techsters have also broken more than a dozen individual and team single season offensive records, including setting single season program records this past year for home runs, runs and RBI. Doria spent four years at C.E. Byrd High School including three as the head coach of the varsity program prior to coming to Tech in the summer of 2014. She lettered for four years at Centenary College in Shreveport where she played for Montgomery. During her career at Centenary, Doria became one of the Ladies all-time offensive leaders as she still ranks in numerous categories, including No. 1 in runs scored (127), No. 1 in walks (107), No. 3 in hits (165), No. 3 in home runs (22), No. 3 in slugging percentage (.458), No. 5 in at bats (586) and No. 5 in total bases (259). She was a three-time all-conference selection (1st team Mid-Con in 2006; 2nd team Summit League in 2007, 2008) while also earning the Mid-Con Conference Freshman of the Year award and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association co-Freshman of the Year award in 2006. She was a four-year starter at shortstop and a two-time team captain for Montgomery. Doria began her coaching career as an assistant in 2009 for the late Dan Moreman at Byrd High School. In December of 2009, she took over as the associate head coach and then was promoted to head coach in August of 2010. During her time at Byrd, she led the Yellow Jackets to a pair of district titles and four playoff appearances while being named the district coach of the year in 2011. The San Antonio, Texas native earned her bachelor’s degree in health and exercise science at Centenary 2010 and is pursuing her master’s degree in education. She is married to Candace (Rushing) Doria and the couple is expecting their first child early in 2017.

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BIANCA

DURAN 2017 SOFTBALLL

Assistant Coach @Biancarae02

Former Louisiana Tech pitcher Bianca Duran has re-joined the Lady Techster softball program, this time serving as an assistant coach on Mark Montgomery’s staff. Duran spent two years in a LA Tech uniform after signing with Montgomery and Co. out of Western Nebraska Community College, where she shattered numerous school offensive and pitching records. She will replace CJ Browder on the Tech coaching staff. Browder accepted a full-time job with the Softball Factory following the conclusion of the 2016 season. “We are so excited to bring Bianca back as a coach,” Montgomery said. “She was such a great leader here as a player. I can’t wait to see that leadership emerge as a young coach. Bianca’s work ethic and tenacity as a competitor is something that I feel will really benefit this team going forward. During her two years in Ruston in 2014 and 2015, Duran helped elevate the Lady Techster program. As a senior she earned first team all-Mideast Region honors by the NFCA and was named to the Conference USA All-Tournament team. Her career offensive totals in Ruston included a .295 batting average with 20 doubles, 11 home runs and 58 RBIs while she recorded a 20-32 record in the circle with a 3.25 earned run average. As a senior she was 14-13 with a 2.78 ERA and led the Lady Techsters to a 30-plus win season. “I am extremely excited and honored to be coming back to Louisiana Tech,” Duran said. “Tech changed my life not only on the field but off of it as well. I will take great pride in getting the chance to learn and coach alongside Coach Montgomery and the rest of the coaching staff. “I am beyond excited to share not only my passion and love for this sport and program, but to mentor current and future athletes. Being a former student-athlete for a program that had such an impact on my life and having personally invested in it for two years, it’s such an honor to return to the field with a different role as a coach.” After earning her bachelor’s degree from LA Tech in May of 2015, Duran spent the past year as an assistant coach at California State University Stanislaus State where she worked directly with the pitchers and catchers while also assisting with the hitters. “Bianca will be able to work with our pitching on a daily basis,” Montgomery said. “She will be able to put (coach) Mike Forsythe’s pitching plans in a more regulated environment. She will also help with our hitters and work with the corner defensive positions.”

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MIKE

2017 SOFTBALLL

FORSYTHE

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Assistant Coach @LATechForsythe

Mike Forsythe begins his second season at Louisiana Tech as the volunteer pitching coach for the Lady Techsters. Forsythe sports an impressive resume with coaching experience at four other colleges, including stints at Southern Connecticut State, Quinnipiac, Fordham and most recently at Northern Colorado -- where he spent five seasons, including two with Montgomery. “Mike is an excellent pitching coach,” Montgomery said. “He made an immediate impact on our pitching staff, infusing our young talent with an aggressive, tough-minded mentality. Adding a coach of Mike’s caliber is what we need to get to that next level of winning.” Forsythe, who also spent time coaching professionally with the Akron Racers Women’s National Pro Fastpitch League, is responsible for working closely with the Lady Techster pitching staff, helping them with their growth and development on the collegiate level. During his first season in Ruston, Forsythe mentored a Tech staff that included all-Conference USA honorees Bailey Allen and Preslee Gallaway. Allen became only the second LA Tech pitcher to ever earn first team all-conference accolades – one of only three pitches on the Conference USA first team. She totaled over 144 innings this season, compiling a 15-8 record and an ERA of 2.33. Gallaway earned C-USA All-Freshman Team honors. She started 12 games, posting an 8-2 record with a 3.36 earned run average. She ranked nationally with five saves. Forsythe has had success at every stop, making immediate impacts. His resume also includes coaching a USA Softball 2010 Top 10 Player of the Year finalist in Jen Mineau and being tabbed as a member of the 2010 NFCA Mid-Atlantic Region Coaching Staff of the Year.

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MALCOLM

BUTLER

Assoc AD/Comm.

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SUPPORT STAFF

KIM

TANNER

Office Coordinator

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CROWDER Sports Medicine

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ORTEGA

Manager

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JESSICA

BALL

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JESSICA

2017 SOFTBALLL

BALL

INF | 5-5 | Sr. | 1L

Thornton, Colo. (Western Nebraska CC) 2016: Appeared in 37 games for the Lady Techsters, posting a .219 batting average … Missed a large chunk of the season due to a broken finger and saw most of her playing time as a pinch runner … Hit a double in a win over Southeastern … Scored three runs a pinch runner, all three coming in C-USA games … Drove in two runs this season, both coming on the same day of the LA Tech Invitational, one against Mississippi Valley State and the other against Houston Baptist. Junior College: Played one year at Western Nebraska Community College ... As a freshman, she batted .477 with 25 home runs, 88 RBI, 87 runs and 27 stolen bases ... Ranked first in the nation in home runs and total bases (206) and third in RBI ... Named third team all-American by the NFCA and the NJCAA ... Named the Region IX Player of the Year ... Named NFCA first team All-West Region ... Also named first team all-region ... High School: Lettered four years at Legacy High School in Broomfield, Colorado ... Played shortstop for the Zeus and head coach Dawn Gaffin ... Helped lead the program to four straight league champions (2008-2011), three straight region championships (2008, 2009, 2010) and four straight state championships (2008-2011) ... Named first team all-Front Range Conference three straight years (2009, 2010, 2011) ... Named all-regional in 2010 and 2011 ... Named Class 5A all-state in 2010 and 2011 ... Named the region player of the year in 2010 and 2011 ... Named second team NFCA All-American in 2011 ... As a senior she batted .562 with 12 home runs and 52 RBI, setting the state home run record ... As a junior batted .570 with seven home runs and a program record 54 RBI ... Played in the CCGS all-star game in 2011 ... Played travel ball for coaches Tony Worth and Erik Vessey and The Next Level ... Personal: Daughter of Greg Ball and Michelle Brunetti-Ball ... Has one brother, Nico, and one sister, Gianna Marie ... Born Oct. 11, 1993 in Westminster, Colorado.

Ball’s Career Stats YEAR 2016 TOTAL

AVG .219 .219

GP-GS AB 37-8 32 37-8 32

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R 6 6

H 7 7

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI TB 2 8 2 8

SLG% .250 .250

BB 1 1

HBP SO 1 7 1 7

GDP OB% SF 0 .257 1 0 .257 1

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SH 0 0

SB-ATT PO 4-9 12 4-9 12

A 21 21

E FLD% 4 .892 4 .892

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TORI

CHARTERS

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CHARTERS

OF | 5-2 | Sr. | 3L

Keller, Texas (Keller HS)

2016: Named to the Conference USA Commissioners Honor Roll … Appeared in 52 games, making 42 starts, mostly in right field … In 111 at bats, the junior batted .288, scoring 27 runs for the Lady Techsters … Drove in a career-high two runs in a game against Grambling State … Scored multiple runs in five separate games this season, including on the road against #4 LSU … Scored three runs in a win over Tennessee Tech at the LSU Invitational … Recorded four multi-hit games this season … Stole two bases in a win over Houston Baptist … During the fourgame LSU Invitational, Charters reached base in seven out of ten plate appearances. 2015: Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Saw action in 47 games, making 46 starts ... Made 19 starts in left field and 27 starts in right field ... Led LA Tech with a .373 batting average, collecting 47 hits in 126 at bats ... The .373 batting average ranks No. 7 in single season history ... Scored 28 runs and registered three RBI ... Was 9-of-11 in stolen bases ... Walked 11 times and struck out only 14 ... Registered a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage ... Had a team-high six outfield assists ... Totaled 11 multi-hit games ... Had a season-high eight game hitting streak ... Recorded a career-high tying three hits against Top 5 LSU ... Had a career-high two outfield assists vs. UTSA ... 2014: Saw action in 46 games, making 36 starts ... Started 5 games in centerfield, 13 games in right field and 18 as the DP ... Batted .266 with 21 hits in 79 at bats ... Recorded a pair of doubles ... Scored 12 runs and registered 4 RBI ... Was 6-of-9 in stolen bases ... Her first career hit was a double and came against UT-Martin in the season opener ... Was 3-for-3 in a win over Alcorn State ... Had two-hit performances against C-USA foes UTEP and Southern Miss ... Recorded a two-run double in the season finale against Marshall ... International Experience: Earned a spot on the Canadian Junior Women’s National Softball Team and competed in the 2013 ISF X Junior Women’s World Championship in Brampton, Ontario in July of 2013 ... High School: Lettered four years for coach Lindsay Strong at Keller High School in Texas ... Played outfield for the Indians ... Led Keller to the District 7-5A championship as both a sophomore and junior ... Also led the Indians to the regional final in 2011 and the regional semifinals in 2013 ... As a senior, batted .427 with 55 runs scored and 27 stolen bases ... The 55 runs scored was a school record ... Batted .440 with 20 stolen bases as a junior ... Batted .467 as a sophomore (ranks 5th all-time) and recorded 58 hits ( ranks 3rd) ... Named the Dallas-Ft. Worth Newcomer of the Year ... Three-time first team all-District 7-5A ... Selected to play in the Dallas-Ft. Worth 5A All-Star game ... Three-time Academic All-District ... Played travel ball for coach Tim Soefje and the American Freedom Gold ... Personal: Full name is Victoria Brooke Charters ... Daughter of Ian and Debra Charters ... Has one sister, Natalie ... Born Aug. 30, 1994 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Charters’ Career Stats YEAR 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL

AVG .266 .373 .288 .316

GP-GS AB 46-36 79 47-46 126 52-42 111 145-124 316

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R 12 28 27 67

H 21 47 32 100

2B 2 1 0 3

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 4 3 6 13

TB 23 48 32 103

SLG% .291 .381 .288 .326

BB 4 11 13 28

HBP 0 1 0 1

SO 13 14 14 41

GDP OB% SF 0 .301 0 0 .428 0 0 .360 1 0 .372 1

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SH 4 5 4 13

SB-ATT 6-9 9-11 10-12 25-32

PO 15 45 46 106

A 2 6 2 10

E 4 0 5 9

FLD% .810 1.000 .906 .928

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NATALIE

MORAN

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MORAN

C | 5-9 | Sr. | 3L

Covina, Calif. (South Hills HS)

2016: Conference USA Spirit of Service Award recipient ... Awarded the Conference USA Commissioners Academic Medal … Named to the Conference USA Commissioners Honor Roll … Appeared in 27 games for the Lady Techsters, making 11 starts … Batted .276 with six runs, three RBI and a home run … Hit her first career home run against Conference USA-foe UAB … Registered the Lady Techsters lone hit against nationally-ranked Florida Atlantic and pitcher of the year Kylee Hanson … Scored three runs and a had multiple hits against Grambling State. 2015: Recipient of the Conference USA Commissioner’s Medal ... Earned a spot on the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Saw action in 14 games, making eight starts at catcher ... Was 1-for-8 at the plate with a double and a run scored ... Was 1-for-3 with a double against Conference USA foe UAB ... Scored a run in a win over Lyon College. 2014: Saw action in 27 games, making 22 starts at catcher ... Was 1-for4 at the plate for the season ... Recorded a .980 fielding percentage, committing only two errors in 100 chances ... Her first collegiate hit was a single against C-USA foe UTEP. High School: Lettered three years for coaches Brandon Gonzalez and Scott Fisch at South Hills High School in California ... Helped lead the Huskies to the 2011 CIF-Southern Section Division 3 championship finals ... During her high school career, recorded a .385 batting average, a .458 on-base average and a .542 slugging percentage ... Named first team all-Sierra League at catcher ... Named to the San Gabriel Valley South all-star team ... Received the Varsity Leadership Award ... Received the Coaches Award as a junior ... Played travel ball for Coach Manny Garcia and Nemesis Elite ... Nemesis Elite finished in the top 10 at the 2013 Fireworks Tournament in Aurora, Colorado ... Travel team also tied for 4th place at 2013 Champions Cup in Irvine, California ... Played in ASA Nationals at 12U, 14U, and 16U as well as PGF Nationals at 18U ... Helped her Nemesis Elite team qualify and will play in the 2013 Premier Girls Fastpitch (PGF) National Championships ... Graduated with honors ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Was a Top 25 Senior Award recipient ... Was a four-time scholar athlete ... Was an all-academic selection for the Sierra League. Personal: Full name is Natalie Christine Moran ... Daughter of Charlie and Nita Moran ... Has one brother, Julian ... Born January 23, 1995 in West Covina, California.

Moran’s Career Stats YEAR 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL

AVG .250 .125 .276 .244

GP-GS 27-22 14-8 27-11 68-41

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AB 4 8 29 41

R 0 1 6 7

H 1 1 8 10

2B 0 1 1 2

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 0 0 3 3

TB 1 2 12 15

SLG% .250 .250 .414 .366

BB 0 0 2 2

HBP 0 0 0 0

SO 2 0 3 5

GDP OB% SF 0 .250 0 0 .125 0 0 .323 0 0 .279 0

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SH 0 1 0 1

SB-ATT 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1

PO 93 39 79 211

A 7 2 7 16

E FLD% 2 .980 1 .976 2 .977 5 .978

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2017 SOFTBALLL 32

PAULINE

TUFI

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a complete-game two-hitter in a win over Florida Atlantic ... Pitched a complete-game three-hit win over North Texas setting a career-high with seven strikeouts.

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TUFI

INF | 5-10 | Sr. | 3L Anchorage, Alaska (West Anchorage HS)

2016: Appeared in 48 games for the Lady Techsters, starting 47 of them … Batted .286 with 11 homeruns, 37 RBI, eight doubles and 29 runs scored … Registered three or more RBI in a game on six different occasions, including a four RBI game against North Texas, where the Alaskan native hit two home runs … In that series against North Texas, Tufi drove in seven runs … In the Lady Techsters Conference USA opener at UTEP, Tufi was 4-for-4 at the plate, driving in a run, while scoring two herself … Tufi homered in back-to-back games on three different occasions during the 2016 season and also homered in three consecutive games during the month of February … Registered 12 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI games … After appearing in the Lady Techsters home opener against Abilene Christian as a pinch hitter, Tufi would go on to start every game the rest of the season … Tossed 11 innings in the circle, registering an ERA of 4.45 … In her first eight innings of the season, Tufi tossed eight innings, allowing no runs and just four hits, while striking out 14 and picking up two wins.

Personal: Full name is Pauline Lisinia Ariel Tufi ... Daughter of Trevor and Rebecca Mason and Robert Tufi ... Has two sisters, Alexandra and Manuia ... Has two brothers, Elijah and Carmelo ... Born May 4, 1995 in Anchorage, Alaska.

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High School: Lettered four years for coach Jeff Matthis at West Anchorage High School ... Helped lead the Eagles to the state softball championship in 2011 ... Named Alaska Gatorade Player of the Year in 2011, 2012 and 2013 ... Four-time all-region team ... Four-time all-state team ... Has played numerous positions in high school, including pitcher, catcher and shortstop ... As a senior she batted .842 with six home runs and 36 RBI along with a 1.474 slugging percentage ... As a senior she was 9-5 with a 1.61 ERA, recording 140 strikeouts in 87 innings ... Lettered in basketball four years, earning all-region honors as a junior ... Lettered in hockey three years, leading the program to the state title as a sophomore ... Named all-region and all-state defensive team as a freshman in hockey ... Lettered on the varsity track and field team three years ... Won the regional championship as a sophomore in the shot put and discus ... Earned an all-academic letter her first three years of high school ... Has been on the 4.0 honor roll five semesters ... Played travel ball for coach Stephanie Klaviter and Dave King on the Triple Crown Stars (Ft. Collins, Colorado).

PAULINE

2015: Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Named Conference USA Hitter of the Week in mid-March ... Started all 50 games for LA Tech, including 39 at first base, 6 at pitcher and 5 at DP ... Batted .279 with 41 hits in 147 at bats ... Had seven doubles, one triple and 12 home runs ... Scored 21 runs and registered 45 RBI ... Was 2-for-3 in stolen bases ... Tied for team lead with four sacrifice flies ... Led team with 13 multi-RBI games ... The 12 home runs and 45 RBI both rank No. 3 in Tech history for single season ... Was 7-2 in the circle with a 3.24 earned run average ... Recorded six saves which set the LA Tech single season record ... Tossed 71.1 innings allowing 68 hits and striking out 59 ... Hit a grand slam to lead LA Tech to a win over NCAA Tournament participant Florida Atlantic ... Was 3-for-3 with 5 RBI in a loss to UAB ... Was 2-for-4 with 4 RBI in a win over Lamar ... Was 3-for-3 with 3 RBI in a win over Lamar ... Struck out a career-high nine batters in 4.0 innings in a win over Southern ... Threw a complete-game three-hitter in a win over Southeastern Louisiana. 2014: Named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team ... Named first team allstate by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Named the LSWA Pitcher of the Week (April 1) ... Named C-USA Player of the Week (Feb. 24) ... One of only two players to start all 52 games during the year ... Started games at first base, pitcher, right field and DP ... Batted .281 with 43 hits in 153 at bats ... Totaled 10 doubles, one triple and four home runs ... Scored 16 runs and drove in 34 runs ... Set a new LA Tech freshman single season RBI mark (34), breaking a 25-year-old record ... Was 3-of-4 in stolen bases ... Was 13-11 in the circle with a 3.43 earned run average ... Logged 140.2 IP allowing 134 hits and walking 56 ... Struck out 113 ... Led Tech with 12 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games ... Recorded her first collegiate home run in a loss to eventual WCWS participant Oklahoma ... Was 3-for-3 with a career-high 6 RBI in a win over Southern Miss ... Also pitched a complete-game, four-hit shutout over USM in that same game ... Recorded two hits (including first collegiate hit) in loss to Missouri Valley champion Wichita State ... Had three-hit games against South Dakota, Southeastern Louisiana and Southern Miss ... Had a three-run home run in win at Belmont ... Hit the game-winning tworun home run in the 7th in a 3-2 win at Stephen F. Austin ... Recorded a complete-game, four-hit shutout in win over Middle Tennessee ... Pitched

Tufi’s Career Stats YEAR 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL YEAR 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL

AVG .281 .279 .286 .282

ERA 3.43 3.24 4.45 3.36

GP-GS AB 52-52 153 50-50 147 48-47 140 150-149 440 W-L 13-11 7-2 3-0 23-13

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R 16 21 29 66

APP 43 31 4 78

H 43 41 40 124 GS 16 6 2 24

2B 10 7 8 25

CG 9 1 0 10

3B 1 1 0 2 SHO 2/2 0/5 0/2 2/9

HR 4 12 11 27 SV 1 6 0 7

RBI 34 45 37 116

TB 67 86 81 234

SLG% .438 .585 .579 .532

BB 15 22 26 63

HBP 1 2 4 7

SO 28 33 30 91

GDP OB% SF 1 .343 3 4 .371 4 0 .409 1 5 .375 8

IP 140.2 71.1 11.0 223.0

H 134 68 13 215

R 90 41 7 138

ER 69 33 7 107

BB 56 24 5 85

SO 113 59 18 190

2B 26 8 1 35

3B 4 0 0 4

HR 21 19 3 43

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SH 0 0 2 2 BAVG .247 .251 .283 .260

SB-ATT 3-4 2-3 4-5 9-12 WP 12 2 0 14

PO 126 273 359 758

HBP 12 4 0 16

A 43 28 12 83

BK 0 0 0 0

E FLD% 5 .971 0 1.000 8 .979 13 .985 SFA SHA 5 15 0 9 0 0 5 24

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BAILEY

ALLEN

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ALLEN

P | 5-8 | Jr. | 2L

Pineville, La. (Pinveille HS)

2016: Named first team all-Conference USA … Named honorable mention all-Louisiana … Led the Louisiana Tech pitching staff, starting 29 games and posting a 15-7 record … Led the Lady Techsters with a 2.47 ERA over 153.1 innings, while striking out 94 batters … Tossed a seven-inning shutout against 2016 NCAA Tournament participant Jacksonville State … Threw a career high 14 innings in a conference-win over UTSA, allowing just one earned run over those innings … Recorded complete game shutouts against both North Texas and Charlotte … In that shutout of North Texas, Allen was just an out away from a no-hitter … In a complete game against Jackson State, Allen struck out ten tiger batters in just five innings pitched … From April 2 through May 7, Louisiana Tech won nine straight conference games started by Allen … Walked just 34 batters over 153.1 innings … Led Louisiana Tech to a 6-2 win over nationally-ranked Florida Atlantic, giving up just two runs over 4.2 innings pitched. 2015: Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... Made 18 appearances in the circle, including 13 starts ... Recorded a 7-3 record with a 2.61 earned run average ... Registered four complete games ... Logged 69.2 innings allowing 80 hits ... Struck out 58 and only walked 13 ... Tossed a season-high 9.0 innings allowing only five hits and one run in an extra inning victory over Conference USA foe UTEP ... Pitched a complete-game two hitter in a win over Charlotte ... Pitched a complete game four-hitter in a win over NCAA Tournament participant Florida Atlantic ... Tossed a complete-game in a 3-1 win over UL-Monroe ... High School: Lettered four years for coach Mark Mertens at Pineville High School ... Pitched for the Rebels ... Helped lead Pineville to a pair of bi-district championships in 2012 and 2013 ... Named all-state by both the LSWA and LSCA in 2014 ... Four-time All-District 2-5A pitcher ... Named MVP of the all-CENLA team by the Alexandria Town Talk in 2014 and was also a member of the team in 2013 ... Reached the semifinals of the LHSAA Fastpitch 56 5A state tournament ... Recorded a 21-5 record with a 1.02 ERA and 183 strikeouts in 2014 ... Recorded a 19-5 record with a 1.19 earned run average and 189 strikeouts as a junior ... Plays travel ball for coach Darrell Landry and the LA Patriots Gold ... Helped lead the team to a ninth place finish in 18U ASA Gold Nationals and a third place finish at the Silver 18U Triple Crown Sports Nationals ... Personal: Full name is Bailey Kristin Allen ... Daughter of Randy and Karen Allen ... Has one brother, Cody ... Born May 21, 1996 in Alexandria, La.

Allen’s Career Stats YEAR 2015 2016 TOTAL

ERA 2.61 2.47 2.51

W-L 7-3 15-9 22-12

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APP 18 35 53

GS 13 29 42

CG 4 7 11

SHO 0/2 3/3 3/5

SV 0 2 2

IP 69.2 153.1 223

H 80 146 226

R 34 68 102

ER 26 54 80

BB 13 34 47

SO 58 94 152

2B 11 19 30

3B 1 4 5

HR 6 8 14

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BAVG .289 .249 .269

WP 5 5 10

HBP 8 15 23

BK 0 0 0

SFA SHA 1 7 3 13 4 20

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ALI

GALAZ

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2017 SOFTBALLL

GALAZ

OF | 5-9 | R-Jr. | TR

Mineola, Texas (Texas Women’s University) 2016: Redshirted at Louisiana Tech ...

Texas Women’s University: Played two years at Texas Women’s University for head coach Genny Stidham ... Advanced regional championship each year ... As a sophomore batted .370 with 11 doubles, 11 home runs and 46 RBI ... Scored 43 runs and struck out only 12 times in 157 at bats ... Named first team all-Lone Star Conference as sophomore ... As a freshman batted .352 with 10 doubles, 10 home runs and 52 RBI ... Named all-Lone Star Conference second team and to the LSC all-tournament team ... High School: Lettered on the varsity at Mineola High School all four years ... Won the district title all four years ... Advanced to the Texas state 4A title game as a senior ... 4-time all-district honoree ... Named district MVP as a junior ... Named district newcomer of the year as a freshman ... Lettered on the varsity volleyball, basketball and track and field teams all four years ... Earned numerous awards in basketball, including district newcomer of the year as a freshman and team defensive MVP twice ... Regional qualifier in track and field three years and the team MVP twice ... Named district MVP in volleyball as a sophomore ... Personal: Full name is Alyssa Raquel Galaz ... Daughter of Osvaldo Galaz Jr and Jane Carnes ... Has four sisters, Krista Stinchfield, Abbie Doggett, Alana Galaz and DJ Galaz ... Has two brothers, Dustin Corley and Erik Galaz ... Born April 21, 1995 in Sulphur Springs, Texas.

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KASSIE

HARRIS

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2017 SOFTBALLL

HARRIS

UT | 5-6 | Jr. | 2L

Ida, La. (North Caddo)

2016: Named to the Conference USA Commissioners Honor Roll … Appeared in 47 games making 39 starts … In 104 at bats, posted a .240 batting average, hitting four home runs and driving in 23 RBI … Over half of her 25 hits went for extra bases, including eight doubles and one triple … Drove in three runs on three different occasions in 2016 … Hit doubles in four consecutive games against Jackson State, Lipscomb, #6 UL-Lafayette and Abilene Christian … Drew 19 walks … Stole two bases. 2015: Saw action in 46 games, making 35 starts ... Made 12 starts at catcher, 12 in right field and 11 at the DP position ... Batted .215 with 23 hits in 107 at bats ... had two doubles and one home run ... Scored 7 runs and registered 17 RBI ... Walked 18 times ... Was 2-for-2 in stolen bases ... Recorded her first collegiate hit, RBI and run in loss to SI-Edwardsville ... Hit her first collegiate home run in a win over Detroit ... had a pair of hits and a career-high three RBI in a win over UTEP ... had multi-hit games against Abilene Christian, Jackson State, Detroit and UTEP ... High School: Lettered for two years for coach DJ Meisinger at McLeod I.S.D. in Texas, one year for coach Lory Kowaleski at North Caddo Magnet and one for coach Jennifer Edwards at North Caddo ... Played infield and caught during her high school career ... As a senior batted .590 with 18 stolen bases and 22 RBI ... As a junior batted .536 with six home runs, 35 RBI and 28 stolen bases ... Four-time first team all-district selection ... Named the district MVP as a senior ... Two-time all-city by the Shreveport Times ... Two-time all-state selection ... Was named the West Team MVP in the Louisiana Softball Coaches Association All-Star game following senior season ... Named team Offensive MVP as a junior ... Named Newcomer of the Year by the Texarkana Gazette and the team MVP as a freshman at McLeod ... Named Offensive MVP by the Texarkana Gazette, Athlete of the Year by McLeod High School and team MVP as a sophomore at McLeod ... Also lettered in basketball four years during high school career ... Member of the National Honor Society and National Society for High School Scholars ... Plays travel ball for coaches Lori Kowaleski and Sher Mueller and the Louisiana Freedom Gold 18u ... Personal: Full name is Kassidy Daniele Harris ... Daughter of Tammy and Dub Harris ... Has one brother, Dusty ... Born April 9, 1996 in Shreveport, La.

Harris’ Career Stats YEAR 2015 2016 TOTAL

AVG .215 .240 .227

GP-GS 46-35 47-39 93-74

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AB 107 104 211

R 7 15 22

H 23 25 48

2B 2 8 10

3B 0 1 1

HR 1 4 5

RBI 17 23 40

TB 28 47 75

SLG% .262 .452 .355

BB 18 19 37

HBP 0 2 2

SO 21 19 40

GDP OB% SF 0 .320 3 0 .359 3 0 .344 3

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SH 0 0 0

SB-ATT 2-2 2-3 4-5

PO 71 73 144

A 7 16 23

E FLD% 3 .963 0 1.000 3 .982

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KARLEE

JENSEN

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JENSEN

INF | 5-5 | Jr. | 2L

Taylorsville, Utah (Taylorsville HS)

2016: Named to the Conference USA Commissioners Honor Roll … Named Conference USA Player of the Week, after becoming the first Lady Techster since 2013 to record multiple hits in four consecutive games … In a series against North Texas, Jensen batted 7-for-10 with four RBI … Louisiana Tech was 11-1 when Jensen drove in a run … Batted .325 for the season which ranked third on the team … Also scored 19 runs and drove in 16 runs … Hit her first career home run on the road against Southern and hit her second career home run in that series against North Texas … Stole two bases during the 2016 season … Registered a career high three RBI against Houston Baptist … Registered 11 multi-hit games … Made just one error in a regular season conference game. 2015: Earned Conference USA all-Freshman Team honors ... Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Played in all 50 games, making 49 starts at second base ... Batted .341 with 42 hits in 123 at bats ... Recorded five doubles and one triple ... Scored 18 runs and registered 23 RBI ... Was 4-for-6 in stolen bases ... Led team with six sacrifice bunts ... Struck out only 10 times in 123 at bats ... had eight multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games ... Recorded two doubles and a career-high three RBI in win over Lyon College ... Her first collegiate hit was a double in the season opener against ULM ... Had the game-winning two-run single in the 10th inning of a 3-1 win over Southern Miss ... Had two-RBI games against Charlotte, UAB and Grambling State ... Had a season-high three hits against Grambling State, Southern Miss and Lamar. High School: Lettered four years for coach Rich Kaelin at Taylorsville High School in Utah ... Played shortstop, second base, outfield and caught for the Warriors ... Helped the team finish first in the region as a freshman, sophomore and senior ... Finished second in the state as a senior ... Batted .535 with 14 doubles, five home runs, 50 RBI and 37 runs as a senior ... Batted .506 with six home runs and 38 RBI as a junior ... Four-time first team all-region ... First team all-state as a junior and senior and second team all-state as a freshman and sophomore ... Named to the All-Salt Lake City Tribune Team as a senior ... Named Team MVP as a sophomore and junior and team defensive POY as a freshman ... Also lettered on the varsity basketball team for three years and soccer team one year ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Senior Class secretary ... Played travel ball for coach Scott Larsen and the Salt Lake Pegasus and coach Ron Thompson and the Washington Explosion ... Named a United States Army Reserve National Scholar and Athlete of the Year ... Graduated with Diploma of Merit and in the top 50 of her senior class. Personal: Full name is Karlee Lynn Jensen ... Daughter of Keith and Edie Jensen ... Has a twin sister, named Kalli, and two older brothers named Derek and Jayce ... Born Dec. 8, 1995 in Murray, Utah.

Jensen’s Career Stats YEAR 2015 2016 TOTAL

AVG .341 .325 .333

GP-GS 50-49 51-49 101-98

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AB 123 126 249

R 18 19 37

H 42 41 83

2B 5 3 8

3B 1 0 1

HR 0 2 2

RBI 23 16 39

TB 49 50 99

SLG% .398 .397 .398

BB 9 6 15

HBP 0 0 0

SO 10 15 25

GDP OB% SF 4 .383 1 0 .356 0 4 .370 1

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SH 6 8 14

SB-ATT 4-6 2-2 6-8

PO 84 93 177

A 84 115 199

E FLD% 11 .939 5 .977 16 .959

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KATIE

SMITH

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SMITH

INF | 5-5 | Jr. | 2L

Bossier City, La. (Airline HS)

2016: Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Saw action in 53 games, making 50 starts at shortstop ... Batted .229 with 30 hits in 131 at bats ... Totaled seven doubles, one triple and five home runs ... Recorded 28 RBI while scoring 21 runs ... Helped Louisiana Tech turn 29 double plays during the season ... Walked 21 times and struck out 19 times ... Was 2-for-3 in stolen bases ... Recorded her first multi-home run game when she hit two solo shots in a win over UAB April 9 ... Also homered against Lipscomb, Northwestern State and Charlotte ... Recorded a career-high five RBI against Northwestern State ... 2015: Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Started all 50 games at shortstop as a freshman ... Batted .264 with 32 hits in 121 at bats ... Tied for team lead with 11 doubles and added two home runs ... Scored 19 runs and registered 14 RBI ... Struck out only 13 times ... Was 6-for-6 in stolen bases ... Had four multi-hit and multi-RBI games ... her first collegiate home run came against NCAA Tournament participant Florida Atlantic ... Also hit a home run against second team all-CUSA pitcher Lexi Betancourt from Charlotte ... After committing seven errors in first eight games of the year, she only committed eight over the final 42 games ... Recorded two hits and scored a run in a loss to UTSA in Conference USA Tournament. High School: Lettered four years at Airline High School for coaches Tracey Rambin, Danny Roberts and Lynne Roberts ... Played shortstop for the Vikings ... Batted .443 with 13 doubles, three home runs and 24 RBI as a senior and .426 as a junior with 24 RBI ... Four-time all-district selection ... Three-time all-city selection by the Shreveport Times ... Named the Shreveport Times All-City Player of the Year as a senior ... Three-time all-state honoree, including first team all-state by the Louisiana Softball Coaches Association as a senior ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Played travel ball for coach Lory Kowaleski and the Freedom and coach Amanda Busby and the Intensity. Personal: Full name is Mary Katherine Smith ... Daughter of Eric and Michelle Smith ... Has one sister, Taylor Ann, and two brothers, Jacob and Seth ... Born Nov. 11, 1995 in Shreveport, La.

Smith’s Career Stats YEAR 2015 2016 TOTAL

AVG .264 .229 .246

GP-GS AB 50-50 121 53-50 131 103-100 252

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R 19 21 40

H 32 30 62

2B 11 7 18

3B 0 1 1

HR 2 5 7

RBI 14 28 42

TB 49 54 103

SLG% .405 .412 .409

BB 10 21 31

HBP 2 2 4

SO 13 19 32

GDP OB% SF 0 .328 1 0 .344 0 0 .337 1

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SH 4 3 7

SB-ATT 6-6 2-3 8-9

PO 73 73 146

A 133 151 284

E FLD% 15 .932 17 .929 32 .931

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BERKLEY

CALAPP

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CALAPP

INF | 5-4 | So. | 1L

Fort Collins, Colo. (Fossil Ridge HS)

2016: Named to the Conference USA Commissioners Honor Roll … Appeared in 30 games, making 12 starts for the Lady Techsters registering 40 at bats to go along with a .225 average … Registered a career-day against Grambling State, blasting two homeruns and driving in six runs in a 24-0 win … Record nine RBI on the season, while also scoring 10 runs and drawing six walks … Went two-for-three against a top-five ranked UL-Lafayette squad and scored a run. High School: Lettered four years at Fossil Ridge High School in Colorado ... Played infield and centerfield for coach David Philop and the Sabercats ... Helped lead Fossil Ridge to the conference championship as a junior and a senior ... Fossil Ridge was the state runner-up in 2014 (senior year) ... High school career stats include a .502 batting average, 156 hits, 116 RBI, 137 runs and an .803 slugging percentage ... Named second team all-conference as a sophomore and first team all-conference as a junior and senior ... Named all-state as a senior ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Named first team all-academic as a senior ... Plays travel ball for coach Dave King and the Triple Crown Stars Gold ... Personal: Daughter of Burr and Shannon Calapp ... Has one brother, Blake, and one sister, McKinzy ... Born Aug. 29, 1996 in Bountiful, Utah.

Calapp’s Career Stats YEAR 2016 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .225 30-12 40 .225 30-12 40

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R 10 10

H 9 9

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

HR 2 2

RBI TB 9 16 9 16

SLG% .400 .400

BB 6 6

HBP SO 0 10 0 10

GDP OB% SF 0 .306 3 0 .306 3

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SH 0 0

SB-ATT PO 0-0 17 0-0 17

A 26 26

E FLD% 3 .935 3 .935

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PRESLEE

GALLAWAY

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GALLAWAY

P | 5-6 | So. | 1L

Pilot Point, Texas (Pilot Point HS)

2016: Selected to the Conference USA all-Freshmen Team …. Made a team-high 40 appearances, making 13 starts in the circle … Registered an ERA of 3.43 in 122.1 innings, to go along with a 9-3 record … Record five saves on year which ranked top-10 in the nation … Struck out 65 batters … Tossed 18-scoreless inning during the LA Tech Invitational … Tossed a complete game shutout against Texas State who was receiving top-25 votes at the time and qualified for the 2016 NCAA Tournament … Selected a Conference USA player of the Week after the LA Tech Invitational … Came on in relief against SEC-power Ole Miss and tossed three scoreless innings, allowing just one hit … Recorded four hits in 13 at bats and also stole a base. High School: Lettered four years for the Pilot Point High School Bearcats ... Played third base, shortstop and pitcher for coach James Ramsey and coach Caleb Moreland ... Helped lead Pilot Point to three straight district titles (2012, 2013, 2014) and the Texas Class 3A state championship in 2013 ... As a junior she batted .433 with 42 hits, 12 doubles, six triples and eight home runs ... In the circle, she was 16-6 with a 1.22 earned run average ... Three-time all-district first team ... Three-time academic all-district selection ... Named the all-area Co-Newcomer of the Year by the Denton Record Chronicle in 2012 ... Named the team Offensive Player of the Year in 2012 ... Named the Pilot Point Player of the Year in 2013 ... Named the all-area co-Offensive Player of the Year by the Denton Record Chronicle in 2013 ... Named the District 12-2A Offensive Player of the Year in 2013 ... Named all-state by both the Texas Sportswriters Association and the Texas Girls Coaches Association in 2013 ... Named the Pilot Point MVP in 2014 ... Named all-area co-Utility Player of the Year by the Denton Record Chronicle in 2014 ... Named the District 12-2A MVP in 2014 ... Named the Class 2A Texomaland Player of the Year in 2014 by the Herald Democrat ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Also member of the Student Council, the Spanish Club and the Pilot Point Chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America ... Plays travel ball for Kevin Shelton and the Texas Glory Shelton ... Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Michelle Gallaway ... Has one brother, Colt, and one sister, Bradi Grace ... Born March 11, 1997 in Bedford, Texas

Gallaway’s Career Stats YEAR 2016 TOTAL YEAR 2016 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .308 12-3 13 .308 12-3 13 ERA 3.43 3.43

W-L 9-3 9-3

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R 0 0

H 4 4

APP 40 40

GS 13 13

2B 0 0 CG 4 4

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

SHO SV 3/4 5 3/4 5

RBI TB 0 4 0 4 IP 122.1 122.1

H 129 129

SLG% .308 .308

BB 0 0

HBP SO 0 2 0 2

GDP OB% SF 0 .308 0 0 .308 0

R 73 73

ER 60 60

BB 42 42

2B 23 23

SO 65 65

3B 1 1

SH 0 0

HR BAVG 15 .269 15 .269

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SB-ATT PO 1-1 5 1-1 5 WP 8 8

A 25 25

HBP BK 11 0 11 0

E FLD% 3 .909 3 .909 SFA SHA 2 11 2 11

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TARIA

PAGE

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INF | 6-1 | So. | 1L Anchorage, Alaska (East Anchorage HS)

2016: Named to the Conference USA all-Freshman team … Named to the Conference USA all-Tournament team … Appeared in 49 games for the Lady Techsters, making 29 starts … Batted .277, recording 23 hits and 32 RBI … Record multiple RBIs in nine games this season … Recorded three RBI in a single game against Lipscomb and North Texas … Against nationally-ranked Florida Atlantic in the Conference USA Tournament, blasted a towering, two-run, game-tying home run against Conference USA Pitcher of the Year, Kylee Hanson … Hit a 300-foot, pinch-hit, three-run home run on the road against North Texas. High School: Lettered four years for coach Paul Schoenborn at East Anchorage High School in Alaska ... Plays shortstop and third base for the Thunderbirds ... Named the Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of Alaska in 2014 ... Three-time first team all-conference ... Three-time first team all-state ... Led East Anchorage High School to a 24-0 record and a berth in the Large School state tournament ... Batted .741 with 13 home runs, 44 RBI and 48 runs scored ... Two-time first team all-state ... Helped East Anchorage win the 2012 and 2013 state title ... Helped the program win 57 straight games ... Plays travel ball for coach Richard Hill and the Alaska Selects ... Also lettered for the varsity volleyball and basketball teams ... Named all-state in volleyball in 2012 ... Named all-state in basketball in 2011. Personal: Full name is Taria Lorelie Page ... Daughter of Elizabeth and Larry Page ... Has three brothers, Eddie, Chubby and Donnell ... Has one sister, Daisy ... Born Aug. 23, 1997 in Fort Riley, Kansas.

Page’s Career Stats YEAR 2016 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .277 49-29 83 .277 49-29 83

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R 7 7

H 23 23

2B 3 3

3B 0 0

HR 5 5

RBI TB 32 41 32 41

SLG% .494 .494

BB 12 12

HBP SO 0 20 0 20

GDP OB% SF 0 .361 2 0 .361 2

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SH 0 0

SB-ATT PO 0-0 1 0-0 1

A 0 0

E FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000

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MORGAN

TURKOLY

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TURKOLY

OF | 5-8 | So. | 1L

Sanger, Texas (Sanger HS)

2016: Named second team all-Conference USA … Named second team all-Louisiana … Named third team all-Region … Named to the Conference USA all-Freshman team … Named to the Conference USA all-Tournament team … Received the Conference USA Commissioners Academic Medal … Named to the Conference USA Commissioners Honor Roll … Started all 54 games for the Lady Techsters … Led the Lady Techsters with 55 hits, 43 RBI and a .433 on-base percentage … Set the Louisiana Tech freshman record for runs (43), total bases (95), home runs (10), RBI (43), walks (27) and slugging percentage (.576) … Also batted .333 on the season … Homered in four consecutive games, one against SEC oppoenent Mississippi State … Blasted a home run against SEC-power and WCWS participant LSU … Registered four RBIs in a game against Tennessee Tech … Delivered a crucial two-RBI single in Louisiana Tech’s win over nationally-ranked Florida Atlantic … Registered in RBI in eight consecutive games during the month of April … Recorded 14 multi-hit games and 12 multi-RBI games … Had a team-high 12-game hitting streak in late February that stretched until early March … 19 of her 55 hits went for extra bases … Was the only Lady Techster to record double-digit stolen bases and not be caught stealing … Registered a team-high 10 game-winning RBI for Louisiana Tech in 2016 … In four games against SEC-opponent, Turkoly drove in five runs … Scored multiple runs in a game 12 times … Batted .333 in Conference USA action, which ranked second on the team. High School: Lettered four years at Sanger High School in Texas ... Played shortstop and outfield for coach Jae McMinn and the Indians ... Helped lead Sanger to three straight district titles (2012, 2013, 2014) and a pair of regional semifinal appearances (2013, 2014) ... Batted .565 as a junior with 11 doubles, seven triples, 11 home runs, 43 RBI and 39 runs scored ... Three-time first team all-District 9-3A ... Three-time all-area by the Denton Record Chronicle ... Named Offensive Player of the Year in District 9-3A in 2013 ... Two-time all-state by the Texas Girls Coaches Association ... Named MVP of District 9-3A in 2014 ... Named all-area MVP by the Denton Record Chronicle in 2014 ... Named all-DFW and all-Metroplex by the Dallas Morning News in 2014 ... Also a four-year letterwinner in volleyball ... Named first team all-district and all-state by the TGCA in volleyball in 2013 ... Member of the National Honor Society and was three-time Academic All-District ... Played travel ball for Kevin Shelton and the Texas Glory Gold. Personal: Daughter of David and Stacy Turkoly ... Has two sisters, Maci and Kenzie ... Born March 22, 1997 in Denton, Texas.

Turkoly’s Career Stats YEAR 2016 TOTAL

AVG GP-GS AB .333 54-54 165 .333 54-54 165

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R 43 43

H 55 55

2B 8 8

3B 1 1

HR 10 10

RBI TB 43 95 43 95

SLG% .576 .576

BB 27 27

HBP SO 2 18 2 18

GDP OB% SF 0 .433 0 0 .433 0

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SH 0 0

SB-ATT PO 10-10 57 10-10 57

A 4 4

E FLD% 1 .984 1 .984

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5 JAZLYN

CROWDER

UT | 5-6 | So. | TR

Kennedale, Texas (Tyler JC)

Tyler JC: Played shortstop during freshman season at Tyler Junior College ... Helped lead the Apache to a 60-6 record and finished fifth nationally ... Batted .449 with 15 home runs, 67 RBI, 92 runs and 45 stolen bases ... Ranked Top 5 nationally in hits (106) and doubles (30) ... Named All-Conference Region XIV East 1st Team Infield, All-Region XIV 1st Team Infield, 3rd Team NJCAA and NJCAA/Marucci Elite ... High School: Played at Kennedale High School, lettering all four years for coach Amy Prater and Chris Reue ... Led team to the district title three of the four years ... Advanced to the state quarterfinals three of the four years ... Named district Newcomer of the Year as a freshman ... Named district offensive and defensive player of the year on separate occasions ... Named the district MVP and all-state team as a senior ... Personal: Full name is Jazlyn Christine Crowder ... Daughter of Christy Crowder ... Has two sisters, Lauren Goss and Kara Crowder ... Has one brother, Davin Thompson ... Born July 22, 1997 in Ft. Worth, Texas.

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DE LA CRUZ

P | 5-9 | So. | TR

Eagle Pass, Texas (Texas A&M International)

Texas A&M International: Appeared in 39 games, making 24 starts ... Finished 11-14 with a 3.60 earned run average ... Led the Dustdevils staff with 138 strikeouts and 17 complete games ... Earned All-Heartland Conference Second Team honors and Heartland Conference All-Tournament team selection ... High School: Lettered for four years at Eagle Pass High School ... Named first team all-district pitcher in three consecutive seasons ... Named Max Preps National Player of the Week, and was ranked No. 1 in ERA in Division 6A (0.65) .... Was the recipient of the 2015 Army National Scholar Athlete Award ... Personal: Daughter of Terri and Luis De La Cruz ... Has two brothers, Luis and Mark ... Born April 2, 1997.

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ATIENZA

OF | 5-3 | Fr. | HS Texarkana, Texas (Pleasant Grove HS)

High School: Lettered all four years for coach Blake Worley playing shortstop at Pleasant Grove High School in Texarkana, Texas ... Led the Lady Hawks to the District 15-4A title as a senior, the first in school history ... Helped lead the program to the state playoffs all four years and state semifinalist on her junior year ... Batted .518 with 10 doubles, eight home runs, 48 runs and 27 RBI as a senior ... Stole 40 bases in 42 attempts ... Named the Texarkana Gazette Player of the Year and the District 15-4A most valuable player as a senior ... Named Texas Sports Writers Association Class 4-A all-state honorable mention ... 3-time all-district selection ... 2-time all-area ... Named Newcomer of the Year as a freshman ... Named district defensive player of the year as a freshman ... JV on the volleyball team as a freshman ... Played travel ball with Tanel 360 Gold and Impact Gold ... Currently playing for Sneaky Cleats Gold under coach Anthony Springer ... Member of the National Society of High School Scholars and the National Honor Society ... Personal: Full name is Kimberly April Atienza ... Daughter of Weng and Jhune Atienza ... Has one brother, Nico Atienza... Born Jan. 4, 1998 in Texarkana, Texas.

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CHAPMAN P | 5-6 | Fr. | HS

Paducah, Ky. (McCracken County HS)

High School: Lettered on the varsity at McCracken High School for six years ... Led the program to a 42-4 record and the state title game her senior season ... Led the program to three straight state title game appearances, winning the state championship as a junior ... The program was ranked No. 1 in the state for two straight seasons ... Named second team all-state by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association as a senior after posting an 11-1 record in the circle ... Also earned all-district honors ... Pitched three perfect games during the 2015 season, including a perfect game in the regional tournament ... In 2012 named to the all-district tournament team, all-regional tournament team, all-state tournament team ... In 2013 named to academic all-state, all-regional team, all-state team ... In 2014 named to the all-district tournament team ... In 2015 named second team all-state ... While in eighth grade helped lead Lone Oak to a runner up for the state championship ... Led the Birmingham Thunderbolts to a ninth place finish nationally in 2012 ... In 2014 led the Beverly Bandits to a second place finish nationally ... Played for Texas Glory, alongside fellow LA Tech teammate Marilyn Rizzato ... Personal: Full name is Jenny Nichole Chapman ... Daughter of Jim and Melody Chapman ... Born December 18, 1997 in Paducah, Kentucky.

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9 MARILYN

RIZZATO

C | 5-10 | Fr. | HS

Forney, Texas (North Forney HS)

High School: Lettered four years at North Forney High School for coaches Scott Delozier, Kelsie Garner and Brittney Lee ... As a senior she batted .615 with 16 home runs and 73 RBI while leading North Forney to the Class 5A Region II semifinals ... Finished four RBIs short of the total needed to tie for 10th place in national history for most RBIs in a season, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations’ online record book ... Named second team all-American by MaxPreps ... She was named the District 12-5A MVP after recording 72 hits, nearly half of those for extra bases ... Named Offensive Player of the Year on the Dallas Morning News All-Area team ... Named a Southwest Region All-American by Premier Girls Fastpitch and was an all-state selection ... During North Forney’s playoff run, she batted .643 with four home runs, nine runs and 17 RBI ... As a freshman hit over .500 with seven home runs and was named newcomer of the year ... During her sophomore year she batted .495 with 12 homeruns, while walking 23 times and was named first team all-district and offensive player of the year ... As a junior Rizzato batted over .500 once again with a slugging percentage over 600 ... She homered five times and had an ops of 1.48 ... Played for Texas Glory alongside fellow Louisiana Tech teammate Jenny Chapman. Personal: Full name is Marilyn Ruby Rizzato ... Daughter of Michael Rizzato and Leslie James ... Has two sisters, Olivia James and Emilie James ... Born on September 25, 1997 in Beaumont Texas.

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ROARK

C | 5-6 | Fr. | HS

Monroe, La. (Ouachita HS)

High School: Lettered four years at Ouachita Parish High School for coach Tim Whitman, Mike Rainwater, Samantha Hamby, Gary Parnham and Mallory Vining ... During her four years led the program to a 94-26 record ... As a senior batted .326 with six home runs and 36 RBI ...Led the program to back-to-back district titles as sophomore and junior ... 4-time all-district selection ... 3-time all-state selection by both the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and the Louisiana High School Coaches Association ... 2-time all-Northeast Louisiana selection ... Recipient of the Buddy Blair Award (News-Star) as a senior ... Recipient of the Strongest Link Team Award as freshman and sophomore ... One of 29 valedictorians (4.0 GPA) ... SGA Vice President ... Parliamentarian of the National Honor Society ... Recipient of the Curtis Knight Memorial Award, given to senior that is well balanced and active in the areas of education, sportsmanship and community service ... Wendy’s High School Heisman Female Athlete at Ouachita High School ... Personal: Full name is Addison Alysse Roark ... Daughter of Charles and Jamie Roark ... Has one brother, Blake ... Born on October 20, 1997 in Monroe, La.

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2017 SEASON OUTLOOK

Coming off the first back-to-back 30plus win seasons since the last 1990s, the Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters are poised to take another step forward in their ultimate goal of winning a Conference USA title and returning to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2008. Head coach Mark Montgomery and Co. return seven starters and 12 letter winners from last year’s team that posted a 32-22 record and came just percentage points short of winning the West Division of Conference USA. Tech broke more than a dozen single season team and individual offensive records in 2016 and could surpass that total this year if they are able to replace the graduation of starters Anna Cross, Kristen Miles and Krysta Tutsch. Tech is picked fourth (out of 12) in the Conference USA preseason coaches poll, and Montgomery feels his team is set to surprise a lot of people despite not having a single player voted to the 15-person preseason team. “This is as deep of a team as I have had in my college coaching days,” said Montgomery. “We are deep and we are talented. We have worked extremely hard since walking off the field in Denton last May after the loss to Southern Miss in the Conference USA Tournament. We’ve had one common goal in mind. “If we can stay healthy and if we get the leadership on and off the field that I think

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our captains can provide, I think we have a chance to have a very good year. I know our kids are ready to face the challenges that 2017 will provide and I’m anxious to see how we will respond.” If the fall is any indication, Montgomery has reason for his excitement. During eight fall games, Tech posted a 7-0-1 record and outscored opponents 117-30. The 2017 schedule is highlighted by contests against NCAA Tournament participants Texas, Oklahoma, LSU, Ole Miss, South Carolina, McNeese State and Samford. Tech will also play 28 home games, including C-USA series against Charlotte, Middle Tennessee, UTEP and North Texas. “Our goal with this schedule was to find a good balance between challenging our team with some NCAA caliber teams, playing some in-state schools and providing our fans a nice home schedule where they get to see our team play,” Montgomery said. “I think we have succeeded in those goals with this schedule. “We are at the stage where we feel our players need to understand that they are capable of making the NCAA Tournament as an at-large. However, we have to do a better job of winning some mid-week games that we lost last year and we have to pull some wins over some of the P5 schools, something we can close to doing last year.” The Lady Techsters will play in four early season tournaments, including hosting

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the six-team LA Tech Invitational Feb. 1012 (Samford, North Dakota, Missouri State, Incarnate Word, UAPB) and the five-team LA Tech Classic Feb. 24-26 (Northern Iowa, Sam Houston, McNeese State, Grambling State). Tech will travel to tournaments at the University of Texas Tournament Feb. 17-19 (Texas, South Carolina and Indiana) and the University of Memphis Tournament March 3-5 (Memphis, Wright State, Tennessee State, Belmont, UAPB). Arguably the highlight of the entire schedule is traveling to Oklahoma City to play Oklahoma (March 24) and Mississippi State (March 25) at Hall of Fame Stadium, the host site for the Women’s College World Series. Tech will also travel to Oxford to face Ole Miss in early March. In addition to the four home C-USA series, the Lady Techsters will also play league games at Southern Miss, UAB, UTSA and FIU. Tech will also play its normal midweek games against in-state foes UL-Monroe (home and home), Northwestern State (home and home), Grambling State (home and home), LSU (away), Southeastern Louisiana (home) and Nicholls State (home). The 2017 Conference USA Tournament will be hosted by Southern Miss in Hattiesburg on May 10-13.

PITCHERS This group could be the key to how far

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She earned Conference USA Pitcher of the Week honors after tossing 18 scoreless innings during the LA Tech Invitational, including a complete-game shutout over eventual NCAA Tournament participant Texas State. “No one has ever worked harder than Preslee at developing her game,” said Montgomery. “We expect her to show up on a national stage this year if she keeps going as she has been.” During the fall, the Tech coaching staff consistently clocked Gallaway in the high 60s, adding 4-5 miles per hour on her fastball from last season. She tossed 24.0 innings during the fall, allowing only 17 hits and 6 walks while striking out 24 batters and recording a 1.75 earned run average. De La Cruz is a sophomore transfer from Texas A&M International. Last season, she appeared in 39 games, making 24 starts, and finished with 11-14 record and a 3.60 earned run average. She led the Dustdevils with 138 strikeouts and 17 complete games and she earned All-Heartland Conference second team honors and Heartland Conference All-Tournament team accolades. “Krystal transferred here and has just blossomed beyond belief,” said Montgomery. “Her growth was amazing and she is continuing to develop. Look for Krystal to be a dominant left-handed starter for us this season.” During the fall season, De La Cruz tossed 22.0 innings, allowing only 15 hits and five walks while striking out 11 batters. She registered a 0.64 earned run average. Another newcomer to the Tech pitching staff is true freshman Jenny Chapman. The left hander signed out of McCracken High School in Kentucky where she helped lead the program to three straight state title game appearances. She was named second team all-state as a senior after posting an 11-1 record. “Jenny’s the definition of a crafty lefty,” said Montgomery. “She throws with fantastic movement and can change speeds well. Look for her to be in relief for most of the season, but to be in lots of situations with the game on the line.” During the fall Chapman pitched 16.0 innings, allowing 15 hits and eight walks while striking out eight. She recorded a 1.75 earned run average and showed the ability to get some pressure outs late in games.

CATCHERS With the graduation of all-conference power-hitting catcher Krysta Tutsch, Louisiana Tech will turn to an experienced senior in Natalie Moran and two young up-and-comers in Marilyn Rizzato and Addison Roark. Tutsch started the vast majority of the games over the past two years and departs the program as one of its top power hitting threats of all-time, ranking No. 9 all-time in home runs with 17 despite playing only two years in Ruston. “You always like to have some type of leadership so your young players have someone to look up to, someone that can teach them routines and habits,” said Montgomery. “There is no one better to do that than Natalie. Marilyn and Addison have blossomed in terms of their growth and development. They are both so talented. “Getting them ready to play at this level has been Natalie’s job really. In all honesty, she has been my No. 1 catchers coach this year in terms of teaching them how we do things. I couldn’t be more proud of the way she has helped develop them.” Moran has made her mark on the LA Tech softball program during the past three years, despite playing in mostly a reserve role. The Covina, California native is the considered the team leader on and off the field and has proven herself in the classroom, around the community and on the field. She was the 2016 Conference USA Spirit of Service Award recipient and has received the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal each year. “Natalie is one of our captains,” said Montgomery. “She is such a leader of this team. She brings so much stability and guidance. We couldn’t be more proud of Nat throughout her career.” On the field, Moran had made tremendous strides since her freshman season both at the plate and behind the plate. She made 11 starts as a junior, seeing action in 27 games, batting .276 with her first collegiate home run and three RBI. During the fall games, Moran batted .429 with five RBI. Rizzato is the odds-on favorite to see the majority of the starts behind the plate for the Lady Techsters this season. The true freshman lettered at North Forney High School, batting .615 with 16 home runs and 73 RBI during her senior season. She finished just four RBI short of 10th place in national

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this team can go. The Lady Techster pitching staff has four talented arms – two righties in Preslee Gallaway and Bailey Allen and two lefties in Krystal De La Cruz and Jenny Chapman – that will complement one another and provide head coach Mark Montgomery a lot of flexibility during games. “I think the variety that we can throw in a game will make us tough,” said Montgomery. “We have the ability to match up against another team’s weakness. The ability to throw more speed. The ability to throw righties or lefties. The ability to throw them up or down. We have the ability to mix that in within the course of a game. “Late in the game, I think it will be typical for us to take a starter out and bring in that situational pitcher to throw for a batter or two and then go back to the original pitcher. It’s a nice feeling to have four complimentary arms that will be able to be serviced at crucial times. I think it could be any number of our pitchers out there when the game is on the line.” Allen earned first team all-Conference USA honors as a sophomore last season after recording a 15-7 mark with a 2.47 earned run average, while tossing 153.1 innings and striking out 94 batters. The Pineville native tossed a seven-inning shutout against 2016 NCAA Tournament participant Jacksonville State and threw a career high 14 innings in a conference-win over UTSA, allowing just one earned run over those innings. She recorded complete game shutouts against both North Texas and Charlotte, coming within one out from her first career no hitter in the win over the Mean Green. “As a first team all-conference pitcher, Bailey has valuable experience that will allow her to be successful,” said Montgomery. “She served as our number one last year and will be able to throw key innings to help this team win.” During the fall games, Allen struggled a little with her control, recording a 3.89 ERA while allowing eight hits, one walk and five hit batters over 9.0 innings of action. Gallaway had a solid rookie campaign, earning a spot on the Conference USA all-freshman team. The Pilot Point, Texas native made a team-high 40 appearances while registering a 9-3 record with a 3.43 earned run average in 122.1 innings of action. She recorded five saves which ranked in the top 10 in the country.

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high school history for RBI in a single season. She was named second team All-American and the Offensive Player of the Year on the Dallas Morning News’ all-area team. “Marilyn is such a talented young catcher,” said Montgomery. “Not only does Marilyn hit with amazing power, but she has tremendous defensive abilities and a canon for an arm.” During her first fall at Tech, Rizzato batted .333 with four doubles, one home run and 12 RBI. She also threw out 50 percent of opponents attempting to steal (5-of-10). Roark is another true freshman, signing with the Lady Techsters out of Ouachita High School in Monroe. As a senior at Ouachita, the four-time all-district selection batted .326 with six home runs and 36 RBI. She was the recipient of the Buddy Blair Award (Monroe News-Star) and was one of 29 valedictorians in her senior class. “Addison is a pitchers best friend,” said Montgomery. “She is a defensive gem, and she frames pitches better than anyone I have ever seen.” Roark batted .455 during the fall with one double and one RBI. However, her strength is behind the plate where she is considered LA Tech’s best at framing pitches.

INFIELDERS Louisiana Tech returns three of its four starters in the infield with the lone departure being the graduation of four-year starter and all-conference performer Anna Cross at third base. The Lady Techsters ranked in the top 10 in the country in double plays turned per game last season and Montgomery believes his team has the talent and depth at all four infield positions to finish even higher this season. “It all starts with Karlee and Katie up the middle,” said Montgomery. “At shortstop Katie is so smooth and her arm is so strong. She can throw from so many arm slots. And I don’t think anyone has taken away more base hits the last few years than Karlee at second base. “We have Pauline and Taria at first base and they both have such big bats for us. They are great defensively. Kassie Harris gives us a left handed bat at first base or she can slide over to third. Our mainstays at third will be Jessica Ball and Berkley Calapp and they will play there based on the pitching and who

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we are facing. It’s a great defensive lineup that can do so much. We really like where we are at.” Smith will see the majority of the time at shortstop for Tech, a position she has anchored the past two years. As a sophomore the Bossier City native started 50 games for Tech, batting .229 with seven doubles, five home runs and 28 RBI while helping the team turn the aforementioned 29 double plays. She recorded her first career multihome run game in a win over Conference USA foe UAB. “Katie is just an awesome shortstop,” said Montgomery. “She has such arm strength from almost any angle. She has gotten better each year both on and off the field. She is a two-year captain and an amazing leader.” During the fall, Smith batted .433 while walking five times and only striking out once. Once again she helped Tech turn seven double plays in eight fall games, a per game average that would have ranked No. 1 in the country last season. Jazlyn Crowder would serve as Smith’s backup at shortstop although she will see the majority of her playing time in the outfield (see outfield writeup). Through her first two years at Tech, Jensen has earned her reputation on the field with defensive gems but the Taylorsville, Utah native also ranks in the top 10 in career batting average heading into this season. Jensen batted .325 with 19 runs and 16 RBI while earning the C-USA Hitter of the Week award late in the year after becoming the first Techster since 2013 to record multiple hits in four consecutive games. Karlee has arguable the best glove I have ever seen,” said Montgomery. “She is so smooth. I watch major league baseball players and sometimes I think some of them have nothing on KJ.” Jensen did not commit an error in 27 opportunities during the fall season, once again proving that her glove is one of the best in Conference USA. Freshman Kimmie Atienza will be Jensen’s backup at second base this season. Atienza signed with Tech out of Pleasant Grove High School in Texas where she was a three-time all-district and a two-time all-area selection. As a senior she batted .518 with 10 doubles, eight home runs and 27 RBI while stealing 40 bases. She was named the Texarkana Gazette Player of the Year and the Dis-

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trict 15-4A MVP as a senior. “Kimmie will provide depth at the middle infield spots, but her prime contribution this year will be as a pinch hitter,” said Montgomery. “She has so much power for her size and she is a fearless hitter with is rare for a freshman.” During her first fall action in college, Atienza batted. 286 with a pair of doubles while also recording a perfect fielding percentage on defense. Montgomery has the luxury of three solid options at first base although senior Pauline Tufi should see the vast majority of the starts at the position. Tufi enters her senior season needing only 11 home runs to become the program’s all-time career leader in the category as her 27 career homers trails Amberly Waits (37). Tufi hit .287 with eight doubles, 11 home runs and 37 RBI as a junior and defensively she is another cornerstone to the Tech infield unit. “P is so talented and brings so much passion to the ballfield,” said Montgomery. “She is an astounding power hitter and maybe the best defensive first baseman I have ever coached. I look for her to have an amazing senior year.” During the fall, the Anchorage, Alaska native batted .350 with one double, one home run and seven RBI. She drew eight walks while only striking out twice. Sophomore Taria Page – the second half of the Alaskan Assassins – had a solid rookie campaign, earning a spot on the Conference USA All-Freshman team and the Conference USA All-Tournament team. Page batted .277 with three doubles and five home runs. Her most impressive stat was she drove in 32 runs with her 23 hits and had nine multi-RBI games. “Taria is the most prolific power hitter I have ever seen,” said Montgomery. “She is also a great defender. Taria has a chance to be the best power hitter LA Tech has ever seen.” During the fall, Page batted .423 with two doubles, two home runs and six RBI. She also walked six times without striking out a single time. Harris is the left-handed option for Montgomery at both first base and third base. The junior made 39 starts last season, batting .240 with four home runs and 23 RBI. More than half of Harris’ 25 hits went for extra bases as she added eight doubles and a triple.

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OUTFIELD Louisiana Tech boasts one of its strongest outfield groups in years. The group – senior Tori Charters, junior Ali Galaz and sophomores Morgan Turkoly and Jazlyn Crowder – possess a variety of skill-sets and should be one of the top outfields in Conference USA.

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Despite the graduation of four-year starter Kristen Miles and key reserves Katelyn Cook and Lindsey Neyland, Montgomery feels he has plenty of weapons that will shine both in the field defensively and at the plate offensively. “There is just a lot of talent out there,” said Montgomery. “Our primary four outfielders could start at any time, and they all possess great skill sets. Knowing we have all four of those is reassuring. They cover so much ground defensively, and they are so powerful offensively. They are a great group and one we are excited about.” Charters enters her senior season with plenty of experience under her belt. Most likely slotted for the No. 2 hole in the lineup, the Keller, Texas native is a career .316 hitter (ranks No. 6 all-time in Tech history), utilizing her speed and bat control to become a prolific slapper for the Lady Techsters. During her junior year, she batted. 288 and scored 27 runs while making 42 starts. “Tori will anchor our defense in center and provide some speed at the top of our lineup,” said Montgomery. “Her defensive play has been stellar. Her quickness and great base-running will allow us to play a number of styles offensively. She has also been working on her ability to hit away to make her a true triple threat at the plate.” During the fall, Charters batted .296 with eight runs. Turkoly posted the most prolific offensive season for a freshman in the history of Lady Techster softball. The Sanger, Texas native earned second team all-C-USA honors, second team all-LSWA honors and third team all-Mideast Region honors after setting program freshman records for runs (43), home runs (10), RBI (43), walks (27), slugging percentage (.576) and total bases (95). She also tied the Tech program record for home runs in consecutive games with four and some of her home runs came against top competition including LSU and Mississippi State. “Morgan had a phenomenal freshman season and we look for her to provide more of the same this year,” said Montgomery. “Her speed and power are unmatched, and she will once again be a player to watch. Morgan may have not been on the preseason all-conference list but she will most certainly be on the postseason one.” During the fall season, Turkoly batted .576 with eight doubles, one triple, 10 runs and 11 RBI while swiping 3 out of 4 bases

successfully. She will see the majority of her playing time in left field. Playing time in right field will come down to a great competition between two transfers in Crowder and Galaz. Crowder is a sophomore from Tyler Junior College. She helped lead the program to a 60-6 record and a fifth place finish nationally, batting .449 with 15 home runs, 67 RBI, 92 runs and 45 stolen bases. She ranked in the top 5 nationally in hits (106) and doubles (30) and was named All-Conference Region XIV and third team NJCAA All-American. “Jazz is packed with talent, and is just a phenomenal athlete,” said Montgomery. “She will serve as a backup shortstop, but will settle in nicely in her primary role in the outfield. She is so versatile defensively with her quickness and arm strength, but she is just as adept offensively with speed and power. Look for her to be among the leaders in runs scored as well as RBI.” Crowder batted .477 in the fall with six doubles and four home runs. She led the team with 17 hits, 15 RBI and 11 runs scored. Galaz played two years at Texas Women’s University, leading the program to the regional championship each season. As a sophomore, she batted .370 with 11 doubles, 11 home runs, 46 RBI, 43 runs scored and she only struck out 12 times in 157 at bats. She was named first team all-Lone Star Conference as a freshman and sophomore. She red-shirted for LA Tech last season. “I look for Ali to play both right and left outfield positions for us,” said Montgomery. “She has such a quick break on the ball and a great arm as well. Ali also has tremendous power in her swing, and has really come on in the last few weeks as one of our best hitters. She will make a strong go to in many games to bring that extra power when needed.” During the fall, she batted .286 with three RBI and a pair of stolen bases.

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“Kassie will be a true utility player for us again this year,” said Montgomery. “Her lefty bat and variety of defensive abilities allow us to use her in a number of ways. We are truly blessed to have her versatility to help our team efforts.” The Ida native batted .286 in the fall with four RBI while drawing four walks and not striking out a single time. She also added six runs scored. Ball and Calapp – a pair of Colorado natives – will share third base duties this season (along with Harris) as Montgomery has solid options at the hot corner. Ball missed about half the season last year due to an injury after the junior college All-American came to Tech with high hopes. She enters this year fully healthy and Techster fans should get a chance to see why Montgomery signed her. “Jessica is going to excel her senior year,” said Montgomery. “She has so much speed and power as well as great defensive abilities. She will contribute a ton this season.” In a very limited amount of playing time last season (due to the injury), Ball hit .219 with six runs, two RBI and four stolen bases. During the fall games, the Thornton, Colorado native batted .500 with an on-base percentage of well over .600. Calapp made 12 starts as a freshman playing behind the all-conference performer Anna Cross. In 40 at bats, she recorded a .225 batting average with one double, two home runs and nine RBI. She recorded one of the top offensive performances of the year in a start against Grambling State when she hit a pair of home runs and drove in six runs, tied for the third most in a single game in Techster history. “Berk has just continued to improve,” said Montgomery. “She will see time at both second and third base so that she can keep her bat flourishing in the lineup. She has gotten even stronger and after a solid freshman campaign is ready to have that breakout season.” During the fall, Calapp .429 with two doubles and five RBI.

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2016 STATISTICS The Automated ScoreBook Overall Statistics for Louisiana Tech (as of Dec 30, 2016) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 32-22 Player

16 Miles, Kristen 18 Turkoly, Morgan 2 Jensen, Karlee 5 Cross, Anna 3 Charters, Tori 12 Tufi, Pauline 33 Page, Taria 24 Tutsch, Krysta 7 Harris, Kassie 11 Smith, Katie -------------------14 Cook, Katelynn 8 Gallaway, Preslee 22 Moran, Natalie 6 Neyland, Lindsey 23 Calapp, Berkley 31 Ball, Jessica 4 Brintzenhoff, Taylor 10 Lowe, Courtney 15 Allen, Bailey 25 Sanchez, Carolina

avg gp-gs

.346 . 333 .3 2 5 . 314 .288 . 286 . 277 . 257 .240 . 229

49-45 54-54 51-49 54-53 52-42 48-47 49-29 47-43 47-39 53-50

.310 29-5 .308 12-3 .276 27-11 .267 36-1 .225 30-12 .219 37-8 .143 10-0 .083 21-0 .000 2-1 .000 1-1

Home: 16-8

Away: 10-9

2b 3b hr

tb slg%

Conference: 12-9

ab

r

h

bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

130 165 126 169 111 140 83 109 104 131

36 43 19 48 27 29 7 15 15 21

45 55 41 53 32 40 23 28 25 30

4 8 3 9 0 8 3 8 8 7

4 0 3 57 1 10 43 95 0 2 16 50 2 14 42 108 0 0 6 32 0 11 37 81 0 5 32 41 0 8 24 60 1 4 23 47 1 5 28 54

.438 . 576 .397 . 639 .288 . 579 .494 . 550 .452 . 412

16 27 6 33 13 26 12 21 19 21

12 18 15 23 14 30 20 17 19 19

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.422 . 433 .356 . 422 .360 . 409 .361 . 394 .359 . 344

0 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 3 0

2 0 8 2 4 2 0 3 0 3

29 10 13 0 29 6 15 14 40 10 32 6 7 1 12 8 0 0 0 0

9 4 8 4 9 7 1 1 0 0

2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

. 483 .308 . 414 .400 . 400 .250 . 143 .333 . 000 .000

1 0 2 2 6 1 2 2 0 0

0 3 0 2 0 3 2 6 0 10 1 7 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

. 333 .308 . 323 .421 . 306 .257 . 333 .214 . 000 .000

0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0

1 1-1 0 1-1 0 0-0 0 8-10 0 0-0 0 4-9 0 0-1 0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0-0

1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

rbi

Neutral: 6-5

3 14 0 4 3 12 5 6 9 16 2 8 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0

1 2 0 0 0 4 0 5 2 2

Totals

.287

54

1445

315

415

63 10 64

281

690

.478

210 19

221

0

Opponents

.271

54

1442

218

391

58

185

560

.388

111 36

219

12

6 33

po

a

e fld%

12-13 31 4 10-10 57 4 2-2 93 115 11-13 46 79 10-12 46 2 4-5 359 12 0-0 1 0 3-5 171 16 2-3 73 16 2-3 73 151

2 .946 1 .984 5 .977 6 .954 5 .906 8 .979 0 1.000 5 .974 0 1.000 17 .929

9

0

5

25

0 1.000 3 .909

79

7

2 .977

2

1

0 1.000

17

26

3 .935

12

21

4 .892

1

2

1 .750

4

0

0 1.000

6

36

2 .955

0

9

.381 15 25

71-89

1085

526

65

.961

.337

20-31

1068

373

63

.958

6 31

1 .900

LOB - Team (331), Opp (323). DPs turned - Team (29), Opp (8). IBB - Team (3), Cross, Anna 2, Turkoly, Mor 1, Opp (6). Picked off - Tutsch, Krys 1, Cross, Anna 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

15 Allen, Bailey 8 Gallaway, Preslee -------------------5 Cross, Anna 12 Tufi, Pauline 25 Sanchez, Carolina

app gs

cg

sho

h

r

er

bb

so

2b

2.47 15-9 3.43 9-3

era

w-l

35 29 40 13

7 4

3/3 3/4

sv

2 153.1 146 5 122.1 129

ip

68 73

54 60

34 42

94 65

19 23

3b

4 8 1 15

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

.2 4 9 . 269

5 15 8 11

0 0

3 13 2 11

2.78 1-0 4.45 3-0 4.55 4-10

13 0 4 2 19 10

0 0 1

0/2 0/2 0/2

1 0 1

22.2 11.0 52.1

21 13 82

11 7 59

9 7 34

13 5 17

18 18 24

3 1 12

1 0 0

2 3 5

. 228 .2 8 3 . 345

3 0 4

3 0 7

0 0 1

0 0 1

0 0 7

Totals

3. 17

32-22

54 54

12

11/5

9

361.2

391

218

164

111

219

58

6

33

.271

20 36

1

6

31

Opponents

5. 01

22-32

54 54

23

2/0

2

356.0

415

315

255

210

221

63

10

64

.287

28 19

2 15

25

PB - Team (9), Tutsch, Krys 7, Moran, Natal 2, Opp (5). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Tutsch, Krys (11-19), Moran, Natal (9-12), Allen, Baile (4-12), Sanchez, Car (9-10), Gallaway, Pr (7-9).

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vs SE Missouri vs Ball State vs Jackson State vs Lipscomb vs #11 Louisiana ABILENE CHRISTIAN BELMONT MISSISSIPPI VALLEY HOUSTON BAPTIST TEXAS STATE GRAMBLING LIBERTY JACKSONVILLE STATE LAMAR at Southeastern at Southern U. vs Memphis vs Liberty vs Tennessee Tech at #5 LSU #4 LSU at Northwestern State at Grambling at UTEP-1 at UTEP-2 at UTEP ALCORN STATE at #23 Florida Atlantic-1 at #23 Florida Atlantic-2 at #23 Florida Atlantic at ULM UAB-1 UAB-2 UAB NORTHWESTERN STATE MISSISSIPPI STATE UTSA-1 UTSA-2 UTSA ULM at North Texas-1 at North Texas-2 at North Texas at Stephen F. Austin SOUTHERN MISS SOUTHERN MISS SOUTHERN MISS OLE MISS at Charlotte-1 at Charlotte-2 at Charlotte vs Marshall vs Florida Atlantic vs Southern Miss

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Overall

11-2 1-6 10-1 6-4 2-8 4-1 2-0 6-0 9-0 5-0 8-0 1-5 4-0 5-4 4-1 11-3 9-3 6-11 15-2 6-9 8-30 4-3 26-0 7-13 6-7 0-8 12-0 0-6 5-2 1-2 2-3 6-3 6-7 15-7 9-11 2-3 3-2 4-0 1-3 4-2 12-0 5-2 9-3 1-3 7-2 1-6 4-2 1-3 6-0 7-4 2-6 6-3 4-7 4-5

7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 6 7 7 7 7 6 7 (8) 5 7 6 7 5 7 (8) 5 5 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 5 7 7 (14) 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (9)

1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 6-2-0 7-2-0 8-2-0 9-2-0 9-3-0 10-3-0 11-3-0 12-3-0 13-3-0 14-3-0 14-4-0 15-4-0 15-5-0 15-6-0 16-6-0 17-6-0 17-7-0 17-8-0 17-9-0 18-9-0 18-10-0 19-10-0 19-11-0 19-12-0 20-12-0 20-13-0 21-13-0 21-14-0 21-15-0 22-15-0 23-15-0 23-16-0 24-16-0 25-16-0 26-16-0 27-16-0 27-17-0 28-17-0 28-18-0 29-18-0 29-19-0 30-19-0 31-19-0 31-20-0 32-20-0 32-21-0 32-22-0

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Gallaway, Pr (W 1-0) Allen, Baile (L 0-1) Allen, Baile (W 1-1) Gallaway, Pr (W 2-0) Allen, Baile (L 1-2) Allen, Baile (W 2-2) Gallaway, Pr (W 3-0) Tufi, Paulin (W 1-0) Allen, Baile (W 3-2) Gallaway, Pr (W 4-0) Tufi, Paulin (W 2-0) Allen, Baile (L 2-3) Allen, Baile (W 4-3) Allen, Baile (W 5-3) Sanchez, Car (W 1-0) Sanchez, Car (W 2-0) Allen, Baile (W 6-3) Gallaway, Pr (L 4-1) Tufi, Paulin (W 3-0) Sanchez, Car (L 2-1) Sanchez, Car (L 2-2) Sanchez, Car (W 3-2) Sanchez, Car (W 4-4) Allen, Baile (L 6-4) Sanchez, Car (L 3-3) Sanchez, Car (L 3-4) Gallaway, Pr (W 5-1) Sanchez, Car (L 4-5) Allen, Baile (W) Sanchez, Car (L) Sanchez, Car (L 4-7) Allen, Baile (W 8-4) Sanchez, Car (L 4-8) Allen, Baile (W 9-4) Sanchez, Car (L 4-9) Allen, Baile (L 9-5) Allen, Baile (W 10-5) Gallaway, Pr (W 6-1) Allen, Baile (L 10-6) Allen, Baile (W 11-6) Allen, Baile (W 12-6) Gallaway, Pr (W 7-1) Cross, Anna (W 1-0) Sanchez, Car (L 4-10) Allen, Baile (W 13-6) Gallaway, Pr (L 7-2) Allen, Baile (W 14-6) Allen, Baile (L 14-7) Allen, Baile (W 15-7) Gallaway, Pr (W 8-2) Allen, Baile (L 15-8) Gallaway, Pr (W 9-2) Allen, Baile (L 15-9) Gallaway, Pr (L 9-3)

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SUCCESS ON THE PLAYING FIELD

Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation.

SUCCESS OFF THE FIELD

C-USA institutions are among the nation’s best in academic performance of student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that student-athletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USA’s 5,000 student-athletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 20 years, nearly 30,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom.

C-USA ON TV

C-USA enjoys significant television exposure through partnerships with FOX Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network, ESPN and American Sports Network (ASN). The multi-tiered selection process that is rooted in partnering with all four networks has substantially increased the number of national and regional appearances for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports.

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Football • 88 teams have earned bowl bids • Eligible for the College Football Playoff • Conference USA has 11 bowl affiliations through the 2019 season, securing a minimum of five berths annually. Conference USA has primary bowl tie-ins with the Arizona Bowl, Boca Raton Bowl, Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Hawaii Bowl, Miami Beach Bowl, Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, St. Petersburg Bowl and Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl, along with secondary arrangements with the Independence Bowl and the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl.

C-USA membership include institutions within eight of the Top 40 media markets and four in the Top 25 according to Nielsen. C-USA home markets this year will include more than 13 million TV households, a 30 percent increase from two years ago.

C-USA DIGITAL NETWORK

The C-USA Digital Network officially launched in August of 2011. Network programming includes live streaming of non-televised events, video on demand, a weekly C-USA studio show, podcasting, regular-season and championship event highlights, and conference-produced feature stories. In its first year, 1,164 events were streamed live and 8,126 videos were posted and available on the C-USA Digital Network, and those numbers have more than doubled.  Monthly and yearly subscriptions provide fans access to events offered on all of the C-USA member institution’s athletic websites as well as C-USA network programming. 

C-USA IN THE COMMUNITY

The conference’s current footprint is concentrated with 14 members in 10 states and a combined area population of more than 30 million. With a commitment to community involvement, the conference developed several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations. Individually, student-athletes are recognized each season through the Spirit of Service award.

GOVERNANCE

Conference USA has significant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The presidents of the member institutions serve as the league’s Board of Directors.

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2017 Softball Championship Bracket

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No. 2 seed

Event Info May 10-13 Hattiesburg, Mississippi Hosted by Southern Miss

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First Round Wednesday, May 10

Quarterfinals Thursday, May 11

Semifinals Friday, May 12

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No. 5 Seed

Event Info May 10-13 Hattiesburg, Mississippi Hosted by Southern Miss

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No. 8 Seed

Game 3

No. 3 seed

Game 8

First Round Wednesday, No. 6 Seed May 10

Quarterfinals Thursday, No. 1 seed May 11

No. 5 Seed

No. 2 seed

Game 2

No. 8 Seed

Semifinals Friday, May 12

Championship Saturday, May 13

Game 8

Game 6

No. 7 Seed No. 1 seed Game 1

Championship Saturday, May 13

Game 10 Champion

Game 4

Game 5

Game 3

No. 4 seed

Loser of Game 5

No. 3 seed No. 1 seed

Game 2

Game 9

Game 8 Game 7

Game 6 No. 6 Seed

Loser of Game 8

Loser of Game 6

Game 6

Game 10 Champion

No. 7 Seed

Game 4

No. 4 seed

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. UL-Lafayette n/a n/a n/a 45 15 .750 Florida International n/a n/a n/a 38 28 .575 Western Kentucky n/a n/a n/a 32 25 .561 Louisiana Tech n/a n/a n/a 21 22 .488

2001 SUN BELT CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. UL-Lafayette 19 1 .950 49 8 .859 Florida International 13 7 .650 44 22 .667 New Mexico State 11 9 .550 25 46 .352 Middle Tennessee 11 9 .550 41 23 .641 Louisiana Tech 4 16 .200 20 31 .392 Western Kentucky 2 19 .100 23 37 .383 Â

2002 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Fresno State 18 6 .750 50 20 .714 Tulsa 15 9 .625 48 16 .750 Hawaii 15 9 .625 35 25 .583 Loyola Marymount 14 10 .583 38 34 .515 Portland State 11 13 .458 22 35 .386 San Jose State 8 16 .333 24 44 .362 LA Tech 3 21 .125 21 27 .438

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2003 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Hawaii 17 3 .850 40 20 .667 Fresno State 14 4 .778 36 22 .621 San Jose State 8 10 .444 26 35 .426 Tulsa 8 12 .400 34 29 .540 LA Tech 6 14 .300 16 42 .276 Nevada 5 15 .250 22 35 .386

2004 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Fresno State 20 4 .833 48 20 .706 Tulsa 16 5 .762 45 18 .714 Nevada 13 11 .542 38 28 .576 LA Tech 10 11 .476 27 33 .450 Hawaii 10 14 .417 28 33 .459 San Jose State 9 13 .409 16 35 .314 UTEP 1 21 .045 8 46 .148

2005 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Fresno State 17 1 .944 43 12 .781 Hawaii 12 6 .667 31 21 .596 Tulsa 11 7 .611 31 20 .608 San Jose State 10 8 .556 36 25 .590 Nevada 8 10 .444 22 31 .415 UTEP 3 15 .167 16 38 .296 LA Tech 2 16 .111 18 49 .269

2006 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Fresno State 12 3 .800 37 19 .661 San Jose State 11 6 .647 23 27 .460 Hawaii 10 7 .588 32 22 .593 Nevada 9 9 .500 33 33 .500 New Mexico State 8 9 .471 26 23 .531 LA Tech 6 11 .353 18 31 .367 Utah State 3 14 .176 8 38 .174

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2007 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Hawaii 16 2 .889 50 13 .794 Fresno State 15 3 .833 47 18 .723 New Mexico State 9 9 .500 31 27 .545 Nevada 9 9 .500 28 31 .475 San Jose State 6 12 .451 23 28 .451 Utah State 5 13 .278 17 36 .321 LA Tech 3 15 .167 22 38 .368

2008 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Nevada 16 2 .889 44 18 .710 Fresno State 14 3 .824 54 18 .806 Hawaii 11 7 .611 40 21 .656 LA Tech 7 10 .412 37 29 .561 New Mexico State 7 11 .389 26 36 .419 San Jose State 5 13 .278 26 35 .426 Utah State 2 16 .111 14 34 .292

2009 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Nevada 15 5 .750 40 19 .678 Fresno State 15 5 .750 38 20 .655 Hawaii 15 6 .714 30 24 .556 LA Tech 9 8 .529 15* 23 .395 New Mexico State 11 9 .550 33 21 .611 San Jose State 6 15 .286 19 37 .339 Boise State 4 16 .200 22 30 .423 Utah State 3 17 .150 10 37 .213 *Vacated 19 wins by NCAA action (including 3 WAC games)

2010 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Hawaii 19 1 .950 49 17 .742 Fresno State 15 6 .714 41 21 .661 Boise State 13 8 .619 29 32 .475 LA Tech 11 10 .524 26 21 .553 San Jose State 8 13 .381 34 25 .576 New Mexico State 7 14 .333 27 28 .491 Utah State 5 14 .263 20 30 .400 Nevada 4 16 .250 17 28 .378

2011 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L New Mexico State 17 4 .801 44 17 Fresno State 15 6 .714 35 19 Boise State 15 6 .714 33 20 Hawai’i 14 7 .667 37 18 Utah State 8 13 .382 15 42 Louisiana Tech 6 15 .286 17 39 San Jose State 5 16 .238 19 35 Nevada 4 17 .190 13 34

Pct. .721 .648 .623 .673 .263 .304 .352 .277

2012 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Hawai’i 17 3 .850 44 9 .830 BYU 15 4 .789 45 15 .750 Fresno State 13 6 .684 36 23 .610 San Jose State 9 10 .474 28 28 .500 Nevada 9 12 .429 21 36 .368 Louisiana Tech 8 12 .400 25 33 .431 New Mexico State 5 16 .238 24 29 .453 Utah State 4 17 .190 17 36 .321

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2014 CONFERENCE USA

Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. Tulsa 19 4 .826 50 7 .873 UAB 15 8 .652 31 25 .554 FIU 15 9 .625 33 20 .623 Florida Atlantic 15 9 .625 33 22 .600 North Texas 14 9 .609 31 22 .585 East Carolina 14 10 .583 28 28 .583 Marshall 13 11 .542 28 31 .475 Charlotte 10 13 .435 20 29 .408 UTSA 10 14 .417 24 30 .444 Southern MIss 10 14 .417 22 31 .415 UTEP 9 15 .375 17 34 .333 LA Tech 7 16 .304 19 33 .365 Middle Tennessee 2 21 .087 10 45 .182

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Conference Overall Team W L Pct. W L Hawai’i 17 3 .850 44 9 San Jose St. 17 4 .810 42 17 New Mexico St. 16 5 .762 37 20 LA Tech 11 10 .524 27 26 Texas State 10 11 .476 18 38 UTSA 9 12 .429 27 26 UT Arlington 8 13 .382 25 28 Seattle U 8 13 .382 20 33 Utah State 5 16 .238 11 43

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Conference Overall WEST DIVISION W L T W UTSA 16 7 0 36 UAB 15 7 0 32 Louisiana Tech 12 9 0 31 North Texas 11 12 0 19 UTEP 9 15 0 14 Southern Miss 3 21 0 18

L 18 19 19 31 39 41

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

EAST DIVISION Western Kentucky Florida Atlantic Marshall Charlotte FIU Middle Tennessee

L 14 19 15 27 24 29

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Conference Overall WEST DIVISION W L T W Southern Miss 14 10 0 30 UAB 14 10 0 27 Louisiana Tech 12 9 0 32 UTEP 13 11 0 23 UTSA 11 13 0 20 North Texas 5 19 0 22

L 28 32 22 32 33 33

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

EAST DIVISION Florida Atlantic Marshall FIU Charlotte Western Kentucky Middle Tennessee

L 9 26 27 23 30 31

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

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L 5 7 8 13 14 19

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2000 SUN BELT TOURNAMENT RESULTS

2009 WAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Florida International 3, Western Kentucky 0 UL-Lafayette 4, Louisiana Tech 0 Western Kentucky 6, Louisiana Tech 1 UL-Lafayette 1, Florida International 0 Western Kentucky 2, Florida International 1 (12) UL-Lafayette 1, Western Kentucky 0

Boise State 8, SJSU 4 Nevada 5, NMSU 4 LA Tech 7, Hawaii 1 LA Tech 4, Nevada 0 NMSU 6, SJSU 1 Hawaii 10, Boise State 2 Nevada 4, NMSU 1 Fresno 4, Boise State 0 Fresno State 5, LA Tech 0 Nevada 4, Hawaii 2 Nevada 2, LA Tech 1 Fresno State 3, Nevada 2

Seeds: 1 – UL-Lafayette, 2 – Florida International, 3 – Western Kentucky, 4 – Louisiana Tech

2001 SUN BELT TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Seeds: 1 – UL-Lafayette, 2 – Florida International, 3 – New Mexico State, 4 – Middle Tennessee, 5 – Louisiana Tech, 6 – Western Kentucky UL-Lafayette 3, Western Kentucky 2 Florida International 8, Louisiana Tech 0 Middle Tennessee 3, New Mexico State 2 Western Kentucky 8, Louisiana Tech 1 UL-Lafayette 8, New Mexico State 4 Middle Tennessee 2, Florida International 1 Western Kentucky 5, Florida International 3 (8) UL-Lafayette 6, Middle Tennessee 5 Middle Tennessee 8, Western Kentucky 0 UL-Lafayette 6, Middle Tennessee 4

2006 WAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Seeds: 1 – Fresno State, 2 – San Jose State, 3 – Hawaii, 4 – Nevada, 5- NMSU, 6 – LA Tech Hawaii 8, LA Tech 0 (5) Nevada 2, NMSU 0 Hawaii 3, SJSU 1 Nevada 2, Fresno State 1 NMSU 5, SJSU 0 Fresno State 9, LA Tech 0 (5) Hawaii 6, Fresno State 5 Nevada 1, NMSU 0 Hawaii 1, Nevada 0 Nevada 4, Hawaii 2 Nevada 7, Hawaii 0

2010 WAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Seeds: 1 –Hawaii, 2 – Fresno State, 3 – Boise State, 4 – LA Tech, 5 – SJSU, 6 – NMSU SJSU 6, LA Tech 5 Boise State 9, NMSU 8 Hawaii 16, SJSU 8 Fresno State 5, Boise State 4 SJSU 9, NMSU 8 Boise State 8, LA Tech 2 Hawaii 16, Fresno State 1 Boise State 6, SJSU 5 Fresno State 6, Boise Staet 5 Fresno State 4, Hawaii3 Hawaii 14, Fresno State 3

2011 WAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Seeds: 1 –New Mexico State, 2 – Boise State, 3 – Fresno State, 4 – Hawaii, 5 – Utah State, 6 – LA Tech

2007 WAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Seeds: 1 – Hawaii, 2 – Fresno State, 3 – NMSU, 4 – Nevada, 5 – SJSU, 6 – Utah State, 7 – LA Tech LA Tech 8, Utah State 1 Fresno State 5, San Jose State 0 NMSU 4, Nevada 0 Hawaii 5, LA Tech 2 Fresno State 3, NMSU 2 SJSU 9, Utah State 1 (5) Nevada 3, LA Tech 2 SJSU 3, NMSU 1 Fresno State 9, Hawaii 3 Nevada 2, SJSU 1 Nevada 3, Hawaii 1 Fresno State 5, Nevada 3

Hawaii 6, Utah State 1 LA Tech 2, Fresno State 0 New Mexico State 5, Hawaii 4 Boise State 3, LA Tech 2 (13) Fresno State 2, Hawaii 1 LA Tech 4, Utah State 1 New Mexico State 7, Boise State 0 Fresno State 1, LA Tech 0 Fresno State 3, Boise State 2 New Mexico State 5, Fresno State 0

2012 WAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Seeds: 1 –Hawaii 2 – BYU 3 – Fresno State 4 – San Jose State 5 – Nevada 6 – LA Tech

2008 WAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Seeds: 1 – Nevada, 2 – Fresno State, 3 – Hawaii, 4 – LA Tech, 5 – NMSU, 6 – SJSU, 7 – Utah State SJSU 8, Utah State 2 Fresno State 3, NMSU 2 LA Tech 2, Hawaii 1 Nevada 5, SJSU 0 LA Tech 3, Fresno State 2 (8) NMSU 3, USU 0 Hawaii 12, SJSU 4 Fresno State 7, NMSU 6 (10) LA Tech 4, Nevada 3 Hawaii 6, Fresno State 1 Nevada 2, Hawaii 1 LA Tech 2, Nevada 1

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Seeds: 1 – Nevada, 2 – Fresno State, 3 – Hawaii, 4 – LA Tech, 5 – NMSU, 6 – SJSU, 7 – Boise State

San Jose State 9, Nevada 6 LA Tech 17, Fresno State 7 Hawaii 5, San Jose State 1 BYU 6, LA Tech 1 Fresno State 4, San Jose State 3 LA Tech 6, Nevada 5 BYU 6, Hawaii 4 Fresno State 11, LA Tech 2 Fresno State 9, Hawaii 7 BYU 8, Fresno State 3

2013 WAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Seeds: 1 – San Jose State 2 – New Mexico State 3 – LA Tech 4 – Texas State 5 – UTSA 6 – UT Arlington UTSA 6, Texas State 0 LA Tech 1, UT Arlington 0 San Jose State 1, UTSA 0 New Mexico State 3, LA Tech 0 UT Arlington 2, UTSA 0 Texas State 6, LA Tech 1 San Jose State 3, New Mexico State 1 Texas State 5, UTSA 1 New Mexico State 3, Texas State 1 San Jose State 4, New Mexico State 0

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2016 C-USA TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Western Kentucky 1, Charlotte 0 UAB 3, Marshall 1 Florida Atlantic 5, North Texas 0 UTSA 4, LA Tech 1 Western Kentucky 3, UAB 1 Florida Atlantic 6, UTSA 4 Western Kentucky 3, Florida Atlantic 1

Marshall 1, UTSA 0 UTEP 5, FIU 4 LA Tech 6, Marshall 3 Southern Miss 10, UTEP 4 Florida Atlantic 7, LA Tech 4 UAB 3, Southern Miss 0 Southern Miss 5, LA Tech 4 (9) Florida Atlantic 11, UAB 3 UAB 5, Southern Miss 1 Florida Atlantic 6, Southern Miss 0

Seeds: 1 – Western Kentucky 2 – Florida Atlantic 3 – UTSA 4 – UAB 5 – Marshall 6 – LA Tech 7 – North Texas 8 – Charlotte

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS 2017 SOFTBALLL

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Lianne Albert 05, 06 Rachel Allday 11, 12 Bailey Allen 15, 16 Chrissy Anderson 92 Laneigh Anderson 83, 84, 85, 86 Tina Armstrong 90 Kristie Arrant 87, 88, 89, 90 Courtney Avery 07 Ashley Aycock 03, 04, 05

B

Jessica Ball 16 Dianne Barfield 81 Karla Barham 80 Emma Barnes 06, 07, 08, 09 Kylie Bassett 07, 08, 09, 10 Leah Beasley 02, 03, 04, 05 Angie Beleele 95, 96, 97, 98 Mandi Bertsch 07, 08 Jessica Black 85 Michelle Blackwell 82, 83, 84, 85 Kristin Blodgette 04 Angie Bodiford 82, 83 Briley Brasher 04 Andrea Bravo 90, 91 Taylor Britzenhoff 15, 16 Bridget Broadnax 03, 04 Margaret Brown 81 Lindsay Brownson 02

C

Berkley Calapp 16 Lexi Callan 14 Ashley Cameron 04, 05, 06, 07 Claudia Cantu 13 Candice Carnahan 93, 94, 95, 96 Sandy Carroll 05, 06 Barbara Carter 86, 87, 88, 89 Tori Charters 14, 15, 16 Erin Chernicky 01, 02, 03, 04 Keri Chiasson 92 Regan Clark 05, 06, 07, 08 Susan Clark 80 Sharon Cleveland 93 Mary Cohn 03, 04 Shameika Cofer 99, 00, 01, 02 Aimee Coleman 03, 04 Katelynn Cook 13, 14, 15, 16 Shawn Cook 90, 91, 92, 93 Kelley Cooper 86 Anna Cross 13, 14, 15, 16 Tamy Cyr 82, 83, 84, 85

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LaTonya Daniel 99 Leslie Darnell 94, 95, 96, 97 Heather Doiron 08, 09, 10, 11 Savannah Dollar 12 Angie Donner 80, 81 Carmen Drumgoole 95, 96, 97, 98 Nikki Ducey 04, 05 Laura Dugas 07 Bianca Duran 14, 15

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Christine Echols 04, 05, 06, 07

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Emma Eichman 11, 12 Paige England 95, 97, 98, 99 Andrea Elliott 80 Amara Ellis 99 Jessica Elson 04, 05, 06, 07

F

Charlotte Fain 91, 92, 93, 94 Michelle Faulx 84 Janna Frandrup 10, 11, 12, 13 Elizabeth Franklin 07, 08, 09 Sandy Freeman 80

G

Preslee Gallaway 16 Christina Gamboa 09, 10 Andrea Gardner 06 Claire Gibson 08, 09 Allie Geisler 09, 10, 11 Laura Glenn 87 Janine Godwin 12, 13, 14, 15 Melanie Goff 12, 13 Paulie Gonzalez 92 Anita Gorum 81 Molly Goza 10, 11 Mandy Granger 08 Megan Granger 08 Brenda Grate 80 Evette Grayson 96, 97, 98, 99

H

Dacia Hale 12, 13 Kendra Harmon 09, 10, 11, 12 Sandy Hanks 92, 93, 94, 95 Kassie Harris 15, 16 Sheila Hays 84 Tracie Henderson 80 Elizabeth Henke 00 Ashleigh Herman 99, 00 Katelynn Hill 11, 12, 14 Faith Holman 85, 86 Kelly Huitt 85, 86, 87

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Lea Ann Jarvis 82, 83, 84, 85 Karlee Jensen 15, 16 Jenny Jimenez 92 Rose Jimenez 90, 91 Melissa Johnson 01, 02 Monique Johnson 90 Stacey Johnson 83, 84, 85, 86 Tammy Johnson 92, 93, 94, 96 Ashley Johnston 04 Jennifer Jolly 80 Lora Jones 80 Michelle Jones 93 Michelle Jones 10, 11, 12, 13 Shannon Jones 91, 92

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Karen Keylon 83 Timber Keys 89, 90 Reekah Kilpatrick 94, 95, 96, 97 Alayna Kipp 12, 13 Erin Kipp 11, 12, 13 Jessica Kirby 07, 08, 09, 10 Miranda Knight 99, 00 Meghan Knowles 10, 11, 12, 13 Cassie Krieg 11, 12, 13 Meghan Krieg 08, 09, 10, 11

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Gwen LaCombe 80 Missy Ladd 99, 00 Lisa Langford 90, 91, 92 Jennifer LaRussa 01, 02, 03, 04 Maggie LaBlanc 81 Kim Leggett 02 Sue LaJeuse 81 Andrea Limke 87 Donna Longing 80 Tonya Loupe 81 Courtney Lowe 13, 14, 15, 16 Lesa Lyle 80

M

Abbra Mack 00 Wanda Malone 08, 09 Joy Maltmpi 84, 85 Shannon Martin 95, 96, 97 Dedria Mathew 85 Anita McEuen 81 DeAnna McGough 86, 87, 88, 89 Lyndsey McIlwain 06, 07, 08, 09 Lindsey Meadows 01, 02, 05 Linda Mendoza 92 Tamy Meredith 91 Amber Miles 02, 03, 04, 05 Kristen Miles 13, 14, 15, 16 Laura Moir 85, 86, 87, 88 Shirley Moir 85, 86, 87, 88 Angie Molcany 88, 89 Kristina Moorman 99, 00 Natalie Moran 14, 15, 16 Alisha Moss 96, 97

Kristin Rupp 03, 04, 05, 06 Rita Rust 80, 81

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Brandy Sachs 93, 94, 95, 96 Carolina Sanchez 15, 16 Rochelle Sandberg 05, 06, 07 Krystal Sanders 02 Jessica Schott 00 Erica St. Romain 97, 98, 99, 00 Chris Sherman 86, 87, 88, 89 Danielle Sheridan 06, 07, 08, 09 Chrissy Short 09, 10 Jordan Simmons 08, 09 Shelley Simmons 09, 10 Patti Simon 81, 82, 83, 84 Lana Skains 81 Sarah Slater 89, 90, 91, 92 Jennifer Smith 88, 89, 90, 91 Katie Smith 15, 16 Stephanie Smith 97, 98, 99 Tia Sosamon 80 Tina Spears 91 Brittany Stanley 02, 03, 04, 05 Susan Stewart 88, 89, 90 Catherine Svetlecic 80

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Elizabeth Tartavoulle 91, 92, 93, 94 Kallan Thompson 10 Marnie Thornton 91 Sonia Torres 82, 83, 84, 85 Jacy Tucker 94, 95 Morgan Turkoly 16 Pauline Tufi 14, 15, 16 Krysta Tutsch 15, 16

O

Tricia Van Winkle 11, 12 Marie Villanueva 98, 99, 00 Gaynelle Vogel 92

Lindsey Neyland 14, 15, 16 Debbie Nichols 87, 88, 89, 90 Dana Nolan 84 Sarah Offutt 07, 08, 09, 10 Krissi Oliver 06, 07, 08, 09 Stefanie Olow 86, 87, 88, 89 Martha Olow 93, 94, 95, 96 Nancy O’Shee 82, 83

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Taria Page 16 Ashley Palma 04, 05 Amanda Parsonage 09, 10 Kathy Patchett 85 Timi Pearson 90 Taylor Penn 14 Maria Peralta 86, 87 Cindy Petrus 81, 82 Marla Pinkston 00, 01, 02, 03 Tonya Pitts 97, 99, 00 Claudette Pylant 80, 81 Debbie Primeaux 81, 82

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Valerie Quiroga 09, 10

R

Julie Reed 89 Kim Reed 93, 94 Casey Reiff 01, 02, 03, 04 Bonnie Rice 86, 87 Beverly Robertson 80

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W

Amberly Waits 07, 08, 09, 10 Sharon Walters 81 Sabra Warner 01, 02, 03, 04 Brittany Welch 05 Alison White 03, 04 Carly White 05, 06, 07 Leonda Whitlow 80, 82 Julie Wilkerson 80 Kaitlyn Williams 14 Bonnie Wilson 99, 00, 01, 02 Charday Wilson 11, 12 Christie Wilson 95, 96, 97, 98 Wendy Wilson 93, 94, 95, 96 Hailey Winter 12, 13, 14 Angie Wyckoff 89, 90, 91, 92 Sheri Wynn 86

Y

Summer Young 07, 08, 09 Trish Young 82, 83, 84

Z

Tanelle Zarate 00

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ALL-AMERICANS 1984 Lea Ann Jarvis 1985 Lea Ann Jarvis 1986 Stacey Johnson 1988 Debbie Nichols 1989 Debbie Nichols, 2nd Team 1990 Debbie Nichols, 2nd Team ALL-MIDEAST REGION 2015, Bianca Duran, UT 2016, Morgan Turkoly, OF Anna Cross, UT ALL-SOUTH REGION 1982 Angie Bodford, 3B Tamy Cyr, P Lea Ann Jarvis, C 1983 Lea Ann Jarvis, C Stacey Johnson, P 1984 Sheila Hays, 3B Lea Ann Jarvis, C Stacey Johnson, P Trish Young, 2B 1985 Lea Anne Jarvis, C Stacey Johnson, P Sonia Torres, 2B Bill Galloway, Coach of the Year 1986 Faith Holman, SS Stacey Johnson, P Laura Moir, 3B Stefanie Olow, 2B Chris Sherman, OF 1987 Chris Sherman, OF DeAnna McGough, OF 1988 DeAnna McGough, OF Shirley Moir, SS Debbie Nichols, P Chris Sherman, C Jennifer Smith, 1B 1989 Julie Reed, 1B Chris Sherman, OF Barbara Carter, OF Debbie Nichols, P 1990 Debbie Nichols, P Angie Wyckoff, OF 1992 Linda Mendoza, 1B 1995 Leslie Darnell, OF Sandy Hanks, OF Paige England, P 1997 Evette Grayson, OF ALL-WEST REGION 2009, Amberly Waits, SS

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W.R. JOHNSON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 1992 Shawn Cook 1993 Brandy Sachs 1994 Liz Tartavoulle ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1986 Faith Holman, 2nd Team Stacey Johnson, 2nd Team 1998 Paige England, 2nd Team 1999 Paige England, 1st Team Erica St. Romain, 2nd Team 2013 Erin Kipp, 2nd Team LA TECH PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1982 Lea Ann Jarvis 1983 Stacey Johnson 1984 Lea Ann Jarvis Stacey Johnson 1985 Lea Ann Jarvis 1986 Stacey Johnson 1987 Debbie Nichols 1988 Debbie Nichols 1989 Chris Sherman 1990 Debbie Nichols 1991 Andrea Bravo 1992 Linda Mendoza 1993 Shawn Cook 1994 Liz Tartavoulle 1995 Candice Carnhan 1996 Wendy Wilson 1997 Evette Grayson 1998 Erica St. Romain LOUISIANA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1987 Debbie Nichols 1995 Paige England 1996 Evette Grayson 2006 Emma Barnes LOUISIANA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1986 Stacey Johnson 1988 Debbie Nichols LOUISIANA HITTER OF THE YEAR 2009 Amberly Waits LOUISIANA NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2012 Melanie Goff 2015 Krysta Tutsch LOUISIANA COACH OF THE YEAR 1986 Bill Galloway 1988 Bill Galloway

ALL-LOUISIANA 1986 Faith Holman, SS Stacey Johnson, P Laura Moir, 3B Sthirley Moir, 1B Chris Sherman, OF Stacey Johnson, P 1987 Chris Sherman, OF Debbie Nichols, P 1988 Debbie Nichols, P DeAnna McGough, OF Shirley Moir, SS Chris Sherman, C Jennifer Smith, 1B 1989 Debbie Nichols, P Chris Sherman, OF Julie Reed, 1B 1990 Angie Wyckoff, OF Debbie Nichols, P Rose Jimenez, 3B 1991 Tammy Johnson, OF, 2nd Team 1994 Liz Tartavoulle, OF Candice Carnahan, P, 2nd Team Leslie Darnell, C 2nd Team Rebekah Kilpatrick, P, Honorable Mention 1995 Sandy Hanks, OF Paige England, 2nd Team Christie Wilson, SS 2nd Team Leslie Darnell, OF, Honorable Mention 1996 Candice Carnahan, P Wendy Wilson, C Evett Grayson, OF, 2nd Team Christie Wilson, SS Honorable Mention 1996 Candice Carnahan, P Wendy Wilson, C Evette Grayson, OF, 2nd Team Christie Wilson, SS Honorable Mention 1997 Evette Grayson, OF Paige England, P, 2nd Team 2000 Tonya Pitts, 3B Shameika Cofer, DH 2003 Brittany Stanley, 2B 2nd Team 2004 Amber Miles Bridget Broadnax Brittany Stanley, 2B 2nd Team 2005 Brittany Stanley, OF 2nd Team 2006 Regan Clark, C Emma Barnes, OF

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2nd Team Ashley Cameron, P 2nd Team Jessica Elson, UT 2nd Team 2007 Emma Barnes, OF Ashley Cameron, UT 2nd Team 2008 Kylie Bassett, 1B Krissi Oliver, UT Amberly Waits, SS Emma Barnes, OF Honorable Mention Meghan Kreig, P Honorable Mention 2009 Amberly Waits, SS Kylie Bassett, 1B 2nd Team Meghan Krieg, P 2nd Team Emma Barnes, OF Honorable Mention Danielle Sheridan, OF Honorable Mention 2010 Ambrerly Waits, SS Kylie Bassett, 1B Honorable Mention Meghan Krieg, P Honorable Mention Meghan Knowles, DP Honorable Mention 2011 Janna Frandrup, UT Meghan Krieg, P Honorable Mention Kendra Harmon, OF Honorable Mention Allie Geisler, C Honorable Mention 2012 Melanie Goff, SS Erin Kipp, DP 2nd Team Janna Frandrup, 1B Honorable Mention 2013 Melanie Goff, OF/P Amanda Krueger, 2B Erin Kipp, DP 2nd Team Janna Frandrup, 3B 2nd Team Kristen Miles, OF Honorable Mention 2014 Pauline Tufi, UT 2015 Bianca Duran, UT 2nd Team Anna Cross, IF Honorable Mention Pauline Tufi, UT Honorable Mention 2016 Morgan Turkoly, OF Second Team Anna Cross, UT Honorable Mention Bailey Allen, P

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RETIRE NUMBERS 6 Stacey Johnson (1983-86) 13 Debbie Nichols (1987-90) 20 Lea Ann Jarvis (1982-85)

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ALL-WAC 2003 Brittany Stanley, OF Mary Cohn, 2B 2004 Amber Miles, OF Bridget Broadnax, 3B Mary Cohn, 2B Brittany Stanley, OF 2nd Team 2005 Rochelle Sandberg, 2B Amber Miles, OF 2nd Team Brittany Stanley, OF 2nd Team 2006 Regan Clark, C Rochelle Sandberg, 2B Emma Barnes, OF Jessica Elson, 3B 2nd Team 2007 Emma Barnes, At-Large 2008 Jessica Kirby, DP Regan Clark, C 2nd Team Krissi Oliver, UT 2nd Team Amberly Waits, SS 2nd Team 2009 Amberly Waits, SS Kylie Bassett, 1B Danielle Sheridan, OF Emma Barnes, OF 2nd Team Meghan Krieg, P 2nd Team 2010 Meghan Krieg, P Amberly Waits, SS 2011 Janna Frandrup, UT 2nd Team Meghan Krieg, P 2nd Team 2012 Melanie Goff, UT 2013 Anna Cross, SS/P Amanda Krueger, 2B Erin Kipp, DP 2nd Team Mel Goff, OF/P 2nd Team WAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 Amberly Waits, SS WAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2013 Anna Cross, SS/P WAC ALL-TOURNAMENT 2007 Ashley Cameron

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2008 Krissi Oliver (MVP) Kylie Bassett Regan Clark Danielle Sheridan 2009 Amberly Waits 2011 Allie Geisler Meghan Krieg 2012 Dacia Hale Meghan Knowles 2013 Amanda Krueger Melanie Goff

ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 2002 Leah Beasley Lindsay Brownson Kim Leggett Amber Miles Bonnie Wilson 2003 Leah Beasley Erin Chernicky Amber Miles Brittany Stanley Sabra Warner 2004 Leah Beasley Kristin Blodgette Briley Brasher Bridget Broadnax Erin Chernicky Mary Cohn Christine Echols Jessica Elson Amber Miles Kristin Rupp Brittany Stanley Sabra Warner 2005 Leah Beasley Sandy Carroll Christine Echols Jessica Elson Amber Miles Kristin Rupp Brittany Stanley 2006 Emma Barnes Sandy Carroll Jessica Elson Kristin Rupp Danielle Sheridan 2007 Emma Barnes Kylie Bassett Mandi Bertsch Regan Clark Sarah Offutt Danielle Sheridan 2008 Emma Barnes Kylie Bassett Mandi Bertsch Regan Clark Heather Doiron Megan Krieg

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Wanda Malone Sarah Offutt Jordan Simmons Amberly Waits 2009 Emma Barnes Kylie Bassett Heather Doiron Meghan Krieg Danielle Sheridan Amberly Waits 2010 Kylie Bassett Heather Doiron Janna Frandrup Christina Gamboa Molly Goza Kendra Harmon Michelle Jones Meghan Knowles Meghan Krieg Sarah Offutt Amberly Waits 2011 Heather Doiron Janna Frandrup Molly Goza Kendra Harmon Michelle Jones Erin Kipp Cassie Krieg Meghan Krieg Meghan Knowles Charday Wilson 2012 Janna Frandrup Janine Godwin Dacia Hale Kendra Harmon Katelynn Hill Michelle Jones Alayna Kipp Erin Kipp Meghan Knowles Amanda Krueger 2013 Anna Cross Janna Frandrup Janine Godwin Dacia Hale Michelle Jones Alayna Kipp Erin Kipp Meghan Knowles Amanda Krueger Kristen Miles

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C-USA ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2014 Pauline Tufi 2015 Karlee Jensen Bailey Allen 2016 Preslee Gallaway Taria Page Morgan Turkoly C-USA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2016 Morgan Turkoly Taria Page Krysta Tutsch

ALL-CONFERENCE USA 2016 Bailey Allen, P Morgan Turkoly, OF Second Team Anna Cross, UT Second Team Krysta Tutsch, C

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SINGLE GAME RECORDS BATTING

Hits 1. 5 Allie Geisler vs. Boise St, 5-12-11 2. 4 Numerous Times Runs 1. 5 Melanie Goff vs. Fresno St, 5-9-12 2. 4 Dacia Hale vs. Fresno St., 5-9-12 2. 4 Emma Barnes vs. Jackson St, 2-17-06 2. 4 Christie Wilson vs. SFA, 2-16-97 2. 4 Jennifer LaRussa vs. Jackson St, 2-6-04 2. 4 Jessica Elson vs. Jackson St, 2-6-04 7. 3 Numerous Times RBIs 1. 11 Dacia Hale vs. Fresno St., 5-9-12* 2. 7 Allison White vs. Jackson St, 2-7-04 3. 6 Kylie Bassett vs. Nicholls St, 2-15-09 3. 6 Erin Kipp vs. Utah State, 3-24-12 3. 6 Meghan Knowles vs. Samford, 3-3-12 3. 6 Pauline Tufi vs. USM, 4-19-14 3. 6 Berkley Calapp vs. Grambling, 3-23-16 3. 6 Anna Cross vs. Tennessee Tech, 3-5-16 9. 5 Numerous Times *, Tied the NCAA Division I record Doubles 1. 3 Amberly Waits vs. Alcorn St, 3-1-07 1. 3 Christine Echols vs. Grambling St, 4-19-06 1. 3 Rochelle Sandberg vs. NMSU, 3-31-06 4. 2 Numerous Times Triples 1. 2 Emma Barnes vs. UL-Monroe, 2-28-06 1. 2 Shameika Cofer vs. Jackson St, 4-1-02 1. 2 Aimee Coleman vs. Southern Miss, 3-18-04 1. 2 Katelynn Hill vs. Wichita State, 2-8-14 5. 1 Numerous Times Home Runs 1. 3 Dacia Hale vs. Fresno St. 5-9-12 2. 2 Numerous Times Most Total Bases 1. 12 Dacia Hale vs. Fresno State, 5-9-12 2. 10 Ashley Cameron vs. Jackson St, 2-12-05 3. 9 Pauline Tufi vs. Lamar, 2-20-15 3. 9 Kylie Bassett vs. Buffalo, 2-27-10 3. 9 Emma Barnes vs. New Mexico St, 5-1-09 3. 9 Berkley Calapp vs. Grambling State, 3-23-16 7. 8 Numerous Times

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Stolen Bases 1. 4 Emma Barnes vs. Northwestern St, 2-14-07 2. 3 Amber Miles vs. Nevada, 4-8-05 2. 3 Amber Miles vs. Centenary, 3-21-02 2. 3 Brittany Stanley vs. Jackson St, 4-1-03 2. 3 Brittany Stanley vs. SJSU, 4-4-02 2. 3 Brittany Stanley vs. Grambling St, 4-23-02 2. 3 Brittany Stanley vs. Nicholls St, 2-28-02 2. 3 Anna Cross vs. UL-Monroe, 3-1-13 2. 3 Kristen Miles vs. Alcorn State, 2-17-13

Most Runs Allowed 1. 14 Kristin Rupp vs. Nicholls St, 4-18-06 1. 14 Carolina Sanchez vs. LSU, 3-15-16 3. 12 Pauline Tufi vs. UTEP, 3-15-14 4. 11 L  esley Aycock vs. Sam Houston St, 2-12-06 4. 11 Krissi Oliver vs. Alabama, 3-27-07 6. 10 Numerous Times These single game records are based on box scores that are available. Not all box scores from the 1980’s and 1990’s are available

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At Bats 1. 7 Brittany Stanley vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Jennifer LaRussa vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Casey Reiff vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Lindsey Meadows vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Shameika Cofer vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 1. 7 Laura Moir vs. SW Missouri St, 3-18-85 7. 6 Numerous Times

Hit By Pitch 1. 3 Christine Echols vs. Grambling St, 2-14-06 1. 3 Christine Echols vs. UL-Lafayette, 3-11-06 3. 2 Numerous Times

Innings Pitched 1. 18.0 Lindsey Meadows vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 2. 14.0 Bailey Allen vs. UTSA (3-15-16) 3. 13.0 Kelly Huitt vs. SW Missouri St, 3-18-85 4. 12.2 Meghan Krieg vs. Boise St, 5-12-11 5. 12.0 Paige England vs. Northern Illinois, 3-7-97 6. 11.0 Debbie Nichols vs. Texas A&M, 4-21- 90 6. 11.0 R  ebekah Kilpatrick vs. Texas A&M, 2-15-94 7. 10.0 Numerous Times Strikeouts 1. 17 Meghan Krieg vs. Miss Valley St, 3-17-10 2. 16 Kelly Huitt vs. Miss St, 4-19-85 2. 16 Meghan Krieg vs. Boise St, 5-12-11 4. 15 Stacey Johnson vs. Miss St, 4-19-85 4. 15 Lindsey Meadows vs. UMKC, 3-19-05 6. 14 Lindsey Meadows vs. CC, 3-21-02 6. 14 Meghan Krieg vs. Texas A&M, 3-11-11 6. 14 Meghan Krieg vs. Miss Valley St, 3-11-11 6. 14 Meghan Krieg vs. Hawaii, 3-21-09 6. 14 Lindsey Meadows vs. Miss Valley St, 3-13-05 Walks 1. 10 Meghan Krieg vs. Hawaii, 4-16-11 2. 9 Meghan Krieg vs. Gardner-Webb, 3-5-10 2. 9 Meghan Krieg vs. McNeese St, 2-28-10 2. 9 Marla Pinkston vs. Tennessee, 2-27-04 5. 8 Meghan Krieg vs. Boise St, 5-12-11 5. 8 Meghan Krieg vs. SJSU, 4-2-10 5. 8 Michelle Jones vs. Hawaii, 4-14-12 5. 8 Michelle Jones vs. Fresno State, 5-9-12 9. 7 Numerous Times Most Hits Allowed 1. 19 Kristin Rupp vs. Nicholls St, 4-18-06 2. 17 Lindsey Meadows vs. Fresno St, 4-25-02 3. 16 Krissi Oliver vs. Utah St, 4-13-07 3. 16 Bianca Duran vs. UTEP, 3-15-14 5. 14 Kristin Rupp vs. Northwestern St, 4-19-04 5. 14Carolina Sanchez vs. LSU, 3-15-16 7. 13 Numerous Times

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SINGLE SEASON BATTING BATTING AVERAGE 1. Amberly Waits 2. Amberly Waits 3. Melanie Goff 4. Sandy Hanks 5. Amberly Waits 6. Jessica Schott 7. Tori Chartersr 8. Chris Sherman 9. Lea Ann Jarvis 10. Wendy Wilson HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

.488 .412 .409 .378 .377 .375 .373 .370 .363 .362

2009 2010 2012 1995 2008 2000 2015 1989 1985 1996

Amberly Waits Amberly Waits Amber Miles Emma Barnes Emma Barnes Faith Holman Sandy Hanks Brittany Stanley Chris Sherman Chris Sherman Chris Sherman

81 2009 75 2008 68 2004 67 2007 67 2008 63 1986 62 1995 61 2003 60 1989 59 1988 59 1986

AT BATS 1. Emma Barnes 2. Barbara Carter 3. Amber Miles 4. Amberly Waits 5. Brittany Stanley 6. Amber Miles 6. Barbara Carter 8. Emma Barnes 8. Regan Clark 8. Danielle Sheridan

226 2008 206 1989 202 2004 199 2008 198 2003 196 2005 196 1988 193 2007 193 2008 1 93 2008

DOUBLES 1. Chris Sherman 2. Chris Sherman 3. Amberly Waits 4. Erica St. Romain 4. Lea Ann Jarvis 6. Erica St. Romain 6. Chris Sherman 6. Regan Clark 9. Jennifer Smith 9. Erica St. Romain 9. Paige England 9. Regan Clark 9. Melanie Goff 9. Erin Kipp

22 1989 18 1987 17 2009 16 1998 16 1982 15 1999 15 1988 15 2005 14 1989 14 1997 14 1998 14 2008 14 2012 14 2013

TRIPLES 1. Amberly Waits 10 2008 2. Christie Wilson 8 1996 3. Emma Barnes 7 2006 4. Chris Sherman 5 1988 4. Leslie Darnell 5 1995 4. Wendy Wilson 5 1995 7. Shameika Cofer 4 2002 7. Tonya Pitts 4 1999 7. Stacey Johnson 4 1983 7. Patti Simon 4 1982 7. Chris Sherman 4 1987 7. Amberly Waits 4 2007 7. Kristen Miles 4 2016

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HOME RUNS 1. Amberly Waits 2. Anna Cross 3. Kylie Bassett 4. Pauline Tufi 5. Pauline Tufi 6. Morgan Turkoly 6. Jessica Kirby 6. Ashley Cameron 6. Ashley Cameron 6. Amberly Waits 6. Kylie Bassett

17 2009 14 2016 13 2009 12 2015 11 2016 10 2016 10 2009 10 2005 10 2006 10 2010 10 2010

TOTAL BASES 1. Amberly Waits 155 2009 2. Amberly Waits 126 2008 3. Anna Cross 108 2016 4. Ashley Cameron 98 2005 5. Amberly Waits 97 2010 6. Bianca Duran 96 2015 6. Erica St. Romain 96 1998 8. Morgan Turkoly 95 2016 9. Liz Tartavoulle 92 1994 9. Kylie Bassett 92 2009 SACRIFICES 1. Chris Sherman 21 1987 2. Trish Young 18 1984 3. Jennifer Smith 17 1989 4. Shirley Moir 16 1989 4. Stephanie Olow 16 1989 6. Bonnie Wilson 15 2001 6. Angie Wyckoff 15 1990 8. Sonia Torres 14 1985 9. Angie Wyckoff 13 1992 9. Laura Moir 13 1985 9. Angie Molcany 13 1989 9. Stacey Johnson 13 1986 9. Laneigh Anderson 13 1986 9. Michelle Jones 13 2011

HIT BY PITCH 1. Christine Echols 25 2006 2. Krysta Tutsch 12 2015 3. Timber Keys 8 1989 3. Amber Miles 8 2005 3. Alayna Kipp 8 2012 6. Janine Godwin 7 2015 6. Amanda Krueger 7 2013 6. Casey Reiff 7 2004 8. Emma Barnes 6 2006 8. Casey Reiff 6 2002 8. Rochelle Sandberg 6 2005 8. Amberly Waits 6 2008 RUNS SCORED 1. Anna Cross 48 2016 2. Evette Grayson 46 1998 3. Amanda Krueger 44 2012 4. Morgan Turkoly 43 2016 5. Amberly Waits 41 2009 5. DeAnna McGough 41 1988 7. Emma Barnes 40 2006 7. Evette Grayson 40 1999 7. Amberly Waits 40 2008 7. Emma Barnes 40 2008 7. Emma Barnes 40 2009 7. Amberly Waits 40 2010 RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 9. 9.

Amberly Waits Erica St. Romain Pauline Tufi Morgan Turkoly Anna Cross Liz Tartavoulle Amberly Waits Erica St. Romain Bianca Duran Wendy Wilson Regan Clark

62 2009 46 1998 45 2015 43 2016 42 2016 42 1994 41 2008 40 1999 38 2015 38 1996 38 2008

BASES ON BALLS 1. Lea Ann Jarvis 2. Janna Frandrup 3. Amanda Krueger 4. Evette Grayson 5. Anna Cross 5. Amanda Krueger 5. Linda Mendoza 5. Liz Tartavoulle 9. Janna Frandrup 10. Lea Ann Jarvis

43 1985 38 2012 37 2013 35 1999 33 2016 33 2012 33 1992 33 1994 30 2011 29 1984

STRIKE OUTS 1. Heather Doiron 2. Krissi Oliver 2. Kylie Bassett 4. Jessica Kirby 5. Carly White 5. Jessica Kirby 7. Kylie Bassett 8. Charday Wilson 9. Melissa Johnson 10. Ashley Cameron 10. Amberly Waits 10. Heather Doiron

STOLEN BASES 1. Evette Grayson 47 1999 2. Evette Grayson 39 1998 3. Sandy Hanks 38 1995 4. Brittany Stanley 30 2002 5. Evette Grayson 29 1997 5. Amber Miles 29 2004 7. Barbara Carter 28 1989 8. DeAnna McGough 27 1988 9. Barbara Carter 25 1988 9. Jacy Tucker 25 1995 9. Amber Miles 25 2005

53 2008 50 2008 50 2010 49 2008 47 2005 47 2009 45 2007 44 2011 43 2002 42 2005 42 2007 42 2011

STOLEN BASE ATTEMPTS 1. Evette Grayson 53 1999 2. Evette Grayson 42 1998 3. Sandy Hanks 38 1995 4. DeAnna McGough 35 1988 5. Brittany Stanley 34 2002 5. Amber Miles 34 2004 7. Evette Grayson 32 1997 8. Barbara Carter 30 1988 9. Barbara Carter 29 1989 9. Amber Miles 29 2005

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SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 100 AB) 1. Amberly Waits .934 2009 2. Amberly Waits .713 2010 3. Liz Tartavoulle .678 1994 4. Erica St. Romain .671 1998 5. Anna Cross .639 2016 6. Amberly Waits .633 2008 7. Bianca Duran .615 2015 8. LeaAnn Jarvis .607 1985 9. Melanie Goff .600 2012 10. Pauline Tufi .585 2015 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 100 AB) 1. Amberly Waits .538 2009 2. Melanie Goff .510 2012 3. Amberly Waits .506 2010 4. Amanda Krueger .474 2013 5. Christine Echols .451 2006 6. Amberly Waits .444 2008 7. Morgan Turkoly .433 2016 8. Tori Charters .428 2015 9. Janna Frandrup .426 2012 10. Emma Barnes .423 2007 SACRIFICE FLIES 1. Kylie Bassett 6 2008 2. Danielle Sheridan 5 2006 2. Regan Clark 5 2008 4. Kylie Bassett 4 2007 4. Jessica Kirby 4 2010 4. Rochelle Sandberg 4 2006 4. Pauline Tufi 4 2015 4. Janine Godwin 4 2015 4. Meghan Knowles 4 2012 10. Numerous Times 3 -

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SINGLE SEASON PITCHING WINS 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Debbie Nichols 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Debbie Nichols 5. Paige England 6. Candice Carnahan 6. Candice Carnahan 8. Debbie Nichols 9. Gaynelle Vogel 10. Shawn Cook 10. Rebekah Kilpatrick

50 41 35 33 29 27 27 25 24 23 23

1988 1989 1986 1990 1999 1994 1996 1987 1992 1993 1994

LOSSES 1. Lindsey Meadows 1. Krissi Oliver 3. Meghan Krieg 4. Kristin Rupp 4. Bianca Duran 6. Marla Pinkston 6. Marla Pinkston 8. Debbie Nicholls 8. Meghan Krieg 8. Michelle Jones

27 27 24 19 19 18 18 16 16 16

2005 2007 2011 2003 2014 2003 2004 1990 2010 2012

SAVES 1. Pauline Tufi 2. Preslee Gallaway 3. Lindsey Meadows 3. Meghan Krieg 3. Melanie Goff 6. Kristin Blodgette 6. Wanda Malone 8. Numerous Times

6 5 4 4 4 3 3 2

2015 2016 2004 2008 2013 2004 2009

STRIKEOUTS 1. Meghan Krieg 2. Meghan Krieg 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Stacey Johnson 5. Lindsey Meadows 6. Stacey Johnson 7. Stacey Johnson 8. Meghan Krieg 9. Debbie Nichols 10. Paige England

289 260 254 253 240 235 220 211 207 203

2011 2010 1986 1984 2005 1985 1983 2009 1988 1999

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WALKS 1. Meghan Krieg 2. Meghan Krieg 3. Michelle Jones 4. Meghan Krieg 5. Anna Cross 6. Krissi Oliver 7. Marla Pinkston 8. Marla Pinkston 9. Michelle Jones 10. Gaynelle Vogel

141 122 99 90 84 83 79 77 70 69

2010 2011 2012 2009 2013 2007 2004 2000 2013 1992

SHUTOUTS 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Stacey Johnson 3. Debbie Nichols 4. Paige England 5. Debbie Nichols 5. Candice Carnahan 7. Stacey Johnson 7. Stacey Johnson 9. Debbie Nichols 9. Paige England

36 24 21 18 15 15 13 13 12 12

GAMES STARTED 1. Debbie Nicholls 2. Debbie Nicholls 3. Debbie Nicholls 4. Paige England 5. Stacey Johnson 5. Gaynelle Vogel 7. Krissi Oliver 8. Krissi Oliver 9. Meghan Krieg 10. Paige England COMPLETE GAMES 1. Debbie Nicholls 2. Debbie Nicholls 3. Debbie Nicholls 4. Paige England 5. Stacey Johnson 6. Gaynelle Vogel 7. Candice Carnahan 8. Paige England 8. Paige England 10. Krissi Oliver

APPEARANCES 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Debbie Nichols 3. Lindsey Meadows 4. Debbie Nichols 5. Krissi Oliver 6. Stacey Johnson 6. Paige England 8. Pauline Tufi 9. Gaynelle Vogel 9. Meghan Krieg 9. Bianca Duran

58 56 54 49 48 44 44 43 41 41 41

1988 1989 2005 1990 2007 1986 1999 2014 1992 2011 2014

1988 1986 1989 1999 1990 1996 1984 1983 1987 1997

INNINGS PITCHED 1. Debbie Nichols 409 2. Debbie Nichols 389 3. Debbie Nichols 344 4. Stacey Johnson 315 5. Paige England 286.2 6. Gaynelle Vogel 277.2 7. Krissi Oliver 269.2 8. Lindsey Meadows 263.0 9. Meghan Krieg 247.0 10. Candice Carnahan 236.0

1988 1989 1990 1986 1999 1992 2007 2005 2011 1996

58 56 48 42 40 40 39 37 36 35

1988 1989 1990 1999 1986 1992 2007 2008 2011 1998

EARNED RUN AVERAGE 1. Stacey Johnson 0.27 2. Stacey Johnson 0.29 3. Stacey Johnson 0.43 4. Stacey Johnson 0.50 4. Tami Cyr 0.50 6. Debbie Nichols 0.51 7. Tami Cyr 0.53 8. Sarah Slater 0.62 9. Kelly Campbell 0.76 10. Tami Cyr 0.77

1986 1983 1984 1985 1985 1988 1983 1989 1986 1984

58 50 46 39 38 36 33 32 32 31

1988 1989 1990 1999 1986 1992 1996 1997 1998 2007

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CAREER BATTING LEADERS AVERAGE 1. Amberly Waits 2. Melanie Goff 3. Chris Sherman 4. Karlee Jensen 4. Morgan Turkoly 6. Tori Charters 7. Kristen Miles 8. Evette Grayson 9. Lea Ann Jarvis 10. Anna Cross 10. Emma Barnes HITS 1. Amberly Waits 2. Emma Barnes 3. Chris Sherman 4. Amber Miles 5. Brittany Stanley 6. Regan Clark 7. Evette Grayson 8. Lea Ann Jarvis 9. Anna Cross 10. Debbie Nichols

.386 2007-10 .377 2012-13 .334 1986-89 .333 2015.333 2016.316 2014.315 2013-16 .314 1996-99 .310 1982-85 .307 2013-16 .307 2006-09 262 2007-10 236 2006-09 233 1986-89 208 2002-05 205 2002-05 189 2005-08 188 1996-99 178 1982-85 176 2013-16 175 1987-90

AT BATS 1. Emma Barnes 768 2006-09 2. Amber Miles 742 2002-05 3. Chris Sherman 697 1986-89 4. Regan Clark 684 2005-08 5. Brittany Stanley 678 2002-05 5. Amberly Waits 678 2007-10 7. Debbie Nicholls 658 1987-90 8. Kylie Bassett 630 2007-10 9. Danielle Sheridan 628 2006-09 10. Shirley Moir 608 1985-88 DOUBLES 1. Chris Sherman 2. Erica St. Romain 3. Amberly Waits 4. Regan Clark 5. Lea Ann Jarvis 6. Debbie Nicholls 7. Anna Cross 8. Paige England 9. Shirley Moir 10. Jennifer Smith

63 1986-89 50 1997-00 47 2007-10 44 2005-08 43 1982-85 42 1987-90 37 2013-16 36 1995-99 33 1985-88 32 1988-91

TRIPLES 1. Amberly Waits 2. Christie Wilson 3. Chris Sherman 4. Emma Barnes 5. Wendy Wilson 6. Liz Tartavoulle 6. Evette Grayson 6. Miranda Knight 9. Leslie Darnell 9. Brittany Stanley

19 2007-10 15 1995-98 12 1986-89 10 2006-09 9 1993-96 8 1991-94 8 1996-99 8 1998-01 7 1994-97 7 2002-05

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HOME RUNS 1. Amberly Waits 2. Ashley Cameron 3. Anna Cross 4. Kylie Bassett 5. Pauline Tufi 6. Erica St. Romain 6. Jessica Kirby 8. Meghan Knowles 9. Lea Ann Jarvis 9. Krysta Tutsch

36 2007-10 32 2004-07 31 2013-16 30 2007-10 27 201422 1997-00 22 2007-10 20 2010-13 17 1982-85 17 2015-16

TOTAL BASES 1. Amberly Waits 2. Chris Sherman 3. Anna Cross 4. Emma Barnes 5. Kylie Bassett 6. Erica St. Romain 7. Ashley Cameron 8. Regan Clark 9. Debbie Nicholls 10. Evette Grayson

455 2007-10 336 1986-89 310 2013-16 303 2006-09 296 2007-10 290 1997-00 280 2004-07 278 2005-08 259 1987-90 244 1996-99

SACRIFICES 1. Jennifer Smith 2. Shirley Moir 3. Laura Moir 3. Angie Wyckoff 5. Bonnie Wilson 6. Barbara Carter 7. Stephanie Olow 8. Kristie Arrant 9. Debbie Nicholls 9. Danielle Sheridan

43 1988-91 41 1985-88 37 1985-88 37 1989-92 35 1999-02 32 1986-89 31 1986-89 30 1987-90 28 1987-90 28 2006-09

HIT BY PITCH 1. Christine Echols 2. Krysta Tutsch 3. Emma Barnes 4. Erica St. Romain 4. Casey Reiff 6. Janna Frandrup 7. Miranda Knight 8. Amber Miles 8. Evette Grayson 8. Amanda Krueger

32 2004-07 17 2015-16 16 2006-09 14 1997-00 14 2001-04 13 2010-13 12 1998-01 11 2001-05 11 1996-99 11 2012-13

RUNS SCORED 1. Evette Grayson 158 1996-99 2. Emma Barnes 152 2006-09 3. Amberly Waits 145 2007-10 4. Kristen Miles 132 2013-16 5. Anna Cross 127 2013-16 6. Chris Sherman 122 1986-89 7. Danielle Sheridan 118 2006-09 8. Barbara Carter 104 1986-89 9. Sandy Hanks 103 1992-95 10. Erica St. Romain 102 1997-00 RBI 1. Amberly Waits 2. Anna Cross 2. Erica St. Romain 4. Pauline Tufi 5. Chris Sherman 6. Wendy Wilson 6. Regan Clark 8. Debbie Nichols 9. Kylie Bassett 10. Leslie Darnell

160 2007-10 128 2013-16 128 1997-00 116 2014114 1986-89 107 1992-95 107 2005-08 106 1987-90 103 2007-10 99 1994-97

WALKS 1. Lea Ann Jarvis 111 1982-85 2. Evette Grayson 93 1996-99 3. Anna Cross 91 2013-16 4. Janna Frandrup 86 2010-13 5. Chris Sherman 79 1986-89 6. Danielle Sheridan 75 2006-09 7. Stephanie Olow 72 1986-89 8. Amanda Krueger 70 2012-13 9. Shirley Moir 68 1985-88 10. Amberly Waits 67 2007-10

STOLEN BASES 1. Evette Grayson 135 1996-99 2. Sandy Hanks 90 1992-95 3. Amber Miles 89 2002-05 4. Brittany Stanley 85 2002-05 5. Barbara Carter 76 1986-89 6. Christie Wilson 63 1995-98 7. Anna Cross 62 2013-16 8. Emma Barnes 60 2006-09 9. DeAnna McGough 58 1986-89 10. Martha Olow 53 1993-96

STRIKE OUTS 1. Heather Doiron 167 2008-11 2. Kylie Bassett 160 2007-10 3. Jessica Kirby 134 2007-10 4. Emma Barnes 127 2006-09 4. Danielle Sheridan 127 2006-09 6. Ashley Cameron 113 2004-07 7. Carly White 112 2005-07 8. Anna Cross 109 2013-16 9. Brittany Stanley 107 2002-05 9. Amberly Waits 107 2007-10

STOLEN BASE ATTEMPTS 1. Evette Grayson 148 1996-99 2. Amber Miles 108 2002-05 3. Brittany Stanley 103 2002-05 4. Sandy Hanks 95 1992-95 5. Barbara Carter 88 1986-89 6. DeAnna McGough 76 1986-89 7. Christie Wilson 71 1995-98 7. Anna Cross 71 2013-16 9. Martha Olow 65 1993-96 9. Emma Barnes 65 2006-09

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 200 AB) 1. Amberly Waits .671 2007-10 2. Anna Cross .541 2013-16 3. Pauline Tufi .532 2014-16 4. Erica St. Romain .516 1997-2000 5. Ashley Cameron .510 2004-07 5. Liz Tartavoulle .510 1992-95 7. Melanie Goff .506 2012-13 8. LeaAnn Jarvis .497 1982-85 9. Chris Sherman .474 1986-89 10. Bianca Duran .474 2014-15 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 200 AB) 1. Melanie Goff .464 2012-13 2. Amberly Waits .447 2007-10 3. Amanda Krueger .443 2012-13 4. Anna Cross .401 2013-16 5. Janna Frandrup .400 2010-13 6. Kristen Miles .383 2013-16 7. Christine Echols .375 2004-07 7. Pauline Tufi .375 2014-16 9. Tori Charters .373 2014-16 9. Erin Kipp .373 2011-14 SACRIFICE FLIES 1. Kylie Bassett 14 2006-10 2. Regan Clark 10 2005-08 3. Pauline Tufi 8 2014-16 4. Rochelle Sandberg 7 2005-07 4. Danielle Sheridan 7 2006-09 6. Megan Knowles 6 2010-13 6. Anna Cross 6 2013-16 6. Kassie Harris 6 2015-16 9. Janine Godwin 5 2012-15 10. Numerous Times 4 -

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CAREER PITCHING LEADERS 149 1987-90 96 1983-86 89 1995-99 68 1993-96 57 1982-85 57 2006-09 57 2008-11 50 1994-97 49 2000-04 40 2001-05

LOSSES 1. Krissi Oliver 2. Marla Pinkston 3. Meghan Krieg 4. Lindsey Meadows 5. Debbie Nicholls 6. Kristin Rupp 7. Paige England 8. MIchelle Jones 9. Stacey Johnson 9. Shawn Cook 9. Bianca Duran

69 2006-09 59 2000-04 50 2008-11 46 2001-05 45 1987-90 40 2003-06 37 1995-99 34 2010-13 32 1983-86 32 1990-93 32 2014-15

SAVES 1. Pauline Tufi 2. Lindsey Meadows 2. Melanie Goff 4. Preslee Gallaway 4. Meghan Krieg 4. Krissi Oliver 4. Wanda Malone 8. Shawn Cook 9. Kristin Blodgette 9. Anna Cross

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STRIKEOUTS 1. Stacey Johnson 2. Meghan Krieg 3. Debbie Nichols 4. Paige England 5. Lindsey Meadows 6. Marla Pinkston 7. Candice Carnahan 8. Krissi Oliver 9. Rebekah Kilpatrick 10. Tami Cyr

962 1983-86 859 2008-11 659 1987-90 618 1995-99 589 2001-05 519 2000-04 395 1993-96 385 2006-09 349 1994-97 275 1982-85

WALKS ISSUED 1. Meghan Krieg 2. Marla Pinkston 3. Michelle Jones 4. Krissi Oliver 5. Debbie Nicholls 6. Lindsey Meadows 7. Paige England 8. Rebekah Kilpatrick 9. Stacey Johnson 10. Candice Carnahan

391 2008-11 258 2000-04 226 2010-13 203 2006-09 146 1987-90 129 2001-05 120 1995-99 113 1994-97 112 1983-86 105 1993-96

GAMES STARTED 1. Debbie Nicholls 2. Paige England 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Krissi Oliver 5. Marla Pinkston 6. Meghan Krieg 7. Candice Carnahan 8. Tami Cyr 9. Lindsey Meadows 10. Rebekah Kilpatrick

193 1987-90 130 1995-99 124 1983-86 121 2006-09 104 2000-04 101 2008-11 98 1993-96 88 1982-85 76 2001-05 75 1994-97

COMPLETE GAMES 1. Debbie Nicholls 2. Paige England 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Candice Carnahan 5. Marla Pinkston 6. Meghan Krieg 7. Krissi Oliver 8. Lindsey Meadows 8. Tami Cyr 10. Rebekah Kilpatrcik

182 1987-90 123 1995-99 112 1983-86 90 1993-96 76 2000-04 75 2008-11 69 2006-09 67 2001-05 67 1982-85 66 1994-97

APPEARANCES 1. Debbie Nichols 2. Krissi Oliver 3. Stacey Johnson 4. Meghan Krieg 5. Marla Pinkston 6. Lindsey Meadows 6. Paige England 8. Candice Carnahan 9. Michelle Jones 10. Tami Cyr 10. Kristin Rupp

197 1987-90 154 2006-09 138 1983-86 135 2008-11 134 2000-04 125 2001-05 125 1995-99 102 1993-96 100 2010-13 91 1982-85 91 2003-06

EARNED RUN AVERAGE (MINIMUM 100 IP) 1. Stacey Johnson 0.38 1983-85 2. Debbie Nichols 0.80 1987-90 3. Tami Cyr 0.81 1982-85 4. Kelly Campbell 0.88 1986-87 5. Kelly Huitt 0.93 1985-87 6. Gaynelle Vogel 1.01 1992 7. Candice Carnahan 1.15 1993-96 8. Paige England 1.17 1995-99 9. Rebekah Kilpatrick 1.62 1994-97 10. Marnie Thornton 1.68 1991

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INNINGS PITCHED 1. Debbie Nichols 1,357.0 1987-90 2. Stacey Johnson 968.0 1983-86 3. Paige England 876.0 1995-99 4. Krissi Oliver 779.2 2006-09 5. Meghan Krieg 719.2 2008-11 6. Marla Pinkston 703.0 2000-04 7. Candice Carnahan 657.2 1993-96 8. Lindsey Meadows 6 50.1 2001-05 9. Tami Cyr 567.1 1982-85 10. Rebekah Kilpatrick 493.0 1994-97

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TEAM SINGLE SEASON BATTING GAMES PLAYED 1. 67 2005 2. 66 2008 3. 62 1992 4. 60 2004 5. 60 2007 6. 59 1989 7. 58 2003 7. 58 1988 7. 58 2012 10. 57 2009

AT BATS 1. 1744 2008 2. 1643 2005 3. 1584 1992 4. 1573 2004 5. 1568 1988 6. 1566 1986 7. 1545 2007 8. 1544 1989 9. 1517 2003 10. 1480 1994

MOST WINS 1. 50 1988 2. 45 1989 2. 45 1986 4. 41 1987 5. 40 1995 6. 39 1994 7. 38 1985 8. 37 1983 8. 37 2008 10. 36 1982 10. 36 1996

HITS 1. 454 2008 2. 415 2016 3. 406 1988 4. 400 2004 5. 398 2005 5. 398 2007 7. 395 1986 8. 387 2013 9. 386 2015 10. 382 1997

BATTING AVERAGE 1. .294 2015 2. .289 2013 3. .287 2016 4. .284 2006 5. .279 1998 6. .269 1997 7. .268 1995 8. .266 1993 9. .264 1996 10. .260 2008

DOUBLES 1. 72 2005 1. 72 2008 3. 71 1989 4. 69 2007 5. 68 2014 6. 65 2012 7. 63 1988 7. 63 2016 9. 62 1987 9. 62 2013

TRIPLES 1. 17 2. 16 2. 16 4. 15 5. 14 6. 13 6. 13 8. 11 8. 11 10. 10 10. 10 10. 10 10. 10

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HOME RUNS 1. 64 2016 2. 59 2009 3. 46 2015 4. 43 2010 5. 39 2012 6. 34 2008 7. 32 2007 8. 29 2013 9. 28 2005 10. 26 2006 RUNS 1. 315 2016 2. 253 2015 3. 240 1998 4. 239 2008 5. 237 2013 6. 232 2006 7. 231 2009 8. 230 1994 9. 221 1989 9. 221 1997

RBI 1. 281 2016 2. 230 2015 3. 218 2008 4. 209 2009 5. 205 2013 6. 204 2006 7. 195 2012 8. 193 1998 9. 188 1986 9. 188 2010

SACRIFICES 1. 109 1989 2. 91 1985 3. 87 1990 4. 79 1987 5. 71 1986 6. 69 1992 7. 67 2001 8. 65 1988 9. 60 1997 10. 56 1999

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE 1. .478 2016 2. .451 2015 3. .414 2006 3. .414 2009 5. .407 2013 6. .388 2010 7. .378 2008 8. .375 2012 9. .372 2007 10. .355 1998

WALKS 1. 210 2016 2. 190 2012 3. 165 2013 4. 162 2015 5. 160 2009 5. 160 1987 7. 153 1992 8. 146 1985 9. 143 2011 10. 142 1989

STOLEN BASES 1. 138 1995 2. 111 1998 3. 101 1994 4. 99 1989 4. 99 1992 6. 97 1997 7. 96 1988 8. 94 1999 9. 92 2013 10. 91 1996

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE 1. .382 2015 2. .381 2016 3. .375 2013 4. .352 2006 5. .336 2012 6. .333 2009 7. .324 2008 7. .324 2014 9. .320 2007 10. .319 2004

STRIKEOUTS 1. 390 2005 2. 379 2008 3. 330 2007 4. 309 2009 5. 302 2004 6. 300 2010 7. 290 2011 8. 264 2012 9. 255 2003 10. 250 2006

STOLEN BASE ATTEMPTS 1. 157 1995 2. 127 1994 3. 125 1998 3. 125 1988 5. 120 1989 6. 115 1992 6. 115 2013 8. 113 1997 8. 113 1999 10. 112 1996

SACRIFICE FLIES 1. 15 2015 1. 15 2016 3. 14 2008 4. 13 2012 4. 13 2014 4. 13 2006 7. 12 2013 8. 11 2007 9. 9 2010 10. 6N umerous Times

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EARNED RUN AVG. 1. 0.39 1983 2. 0.47 1986 3. 0.51 1988 4. 0.56 1984 5. 0.88 1985 6. 1.10 1987 7. 1.11 1992 8. 1.16 1996 9. 1.47 1997 10. 1.49 1994

LOSSES 1. 49 2005 2. 42 2003 3. 39 2011 4. 37 2007 5. 33 2004 5. 33 2014 7. 31 2001 7. 31 2006 9. 29 2008 10. 28 1992

COMPLETE GAMES 1. 58 1988 2. 57 1992 3. 53 1989 4. 50 1986 4. 50 1994 4. 50 1997 7. 49 1995 8. 48 1988 9. 47 1998 9. 47 1999

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SAVES 1. 9 2016 2 . 8 2015 2. 8 2004 2. 8 2008 5. 5 2013 6. 4 2009 7. 3 2003 7. 3 2006 7. 3 2014 10. 2 1990 10. 2 1992 10. 2 2001 10. 2 2011

INNINGS PITCHED 1. 447 1992 2. 445 2008 3. 423 1989 4. 416 1986 5. 414 2005 6. 409 1988 7. 408 1985 8. 401 2004 9. 387.2 2007 10. 387 1987

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FEWEST HITS ALLOWED 1. 115 1997 2. 168 1983 3. 189 1984 3. 189 1986 5. 205 1988 6. 216 1985 7. 225 1991 8. 239 1996 9. 249 1993 10. 259 1995

FEWEST EARNED RUNS ALLOWED 1. 11 1983 2. 28 1986 3. 30 1984 3. 30 1985 5. 44 1990 6. 51 1985 7. 53 1989 8. 56 1996 9. 61 1999 9. 61 1987

FEWEST WALKS ISSUED 1. 30 1990 2. 35 1983 3. 40 1988 4. 44 1998 5. 45 1996 5. 45 1999 7. 46 1993 8. 50 1989 9. 53 1986 10. 55 1995

FEWEST RUNS ALLOWED 1. 42 1988 2. 45 1983 3. 54 1984 3. 54 1986 5. 73 1996 6. 77 1990 7. 78 1985 8. 84 1989 9. 89 1987 10. 92 1991 10. 92 1995

STRIKEOUTS 1. 380 1985 2. 344 1986 3. 343 1984 4. 339 2009 4. 339 2011 6. 303 2005 7. 296 2010 8. 291 2008 9. 287 1983 10. 280 2002

SHUTOUTS 1. 36 1988 2. 30 1986 3. 26 1983 4. 25 1984 5. 24 1985 6. 23 1987 6. 23 1989 6. 23 1995 9. 22 1999 10. 21 1996

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Penn State 3 0 0 +3 Portland State 1 3 0 -3 Prairie View A&M 2 0 0 +2 Presbyterian 0 1 0 -1 Purdue 0 2 0 -2 Robert Morris 1 0 0 +1 Rutgers 1 1 0 -1 Saint Louis 1 0 0 +1 Saint Mary’s 0 1 0 -1 Sam Houston State 14 11 0 -2 Samford 18 0 0 +18 San Diego State 0 3 0 -3 San Jose State 17 23 0 +1 Seattle 3 0 0 +3 South Alabama 0 3 0 -3 South Carolina 24 7 0 +5 South Dakota 1 0 0 +1 South Florida 10 4 0 +4 Southeast Missouri 3 1 0 +1 Southeastern 47 15 0 +3 Southern-BR 9 0 0 +9 Southern Arkansas 3 1 0 +1 Southern Illinois 4 3 0 -1 SI-Edwardsville 0 2 0 -2 Southern Mississippi 20 16 0 -1 Stanford 1 0 0 +1 Stephen F. Austin 44 23 0 -1 Syracuse 0 1 0 -1 Temple 1 1 0 -1 Tennessee 1 2 0 -1 Tennessee-Martin 3 1 0 +2 Tennessee State 1 0 0 +1 Tennessee Tech 1 0 0 +1 Texas 0 1 0 -1 Texas A&M 22 37 0 -6 Texas A&M-CC 1 2 0 +1 Texas Arlington 33 17 0 +6 Texas State 11 5 0 +1 Texas Tech 1 1 0 -1 Texas Wesleyan 1 1 0 -1 Toledo 1 0 0 +1 Trinity 1 0 0 +1 Troy 2 4 0 +2 Tulsa 5 13 0 -3 UAB 6 4 0 +1 UCLA 0 1 0 -1 ULM 65 33 0 +1 UNLV 0 1 0 -1 Utah 2 4 0 -1 Utah State 18 10 0 -2 UTEP 7 9 0 -3 UTSA 4 17 0 -1 Virginia 2 2 0 -1 Washington 0 2 0 -2 West Alabama 2 0 0 +2 West Texas State 2 0 0 +2 Western Illinois 0 1 0 -1 Western Kentucky 4 4 0 -3 Wichita State 3 1 0 -1 Winthrop College 2 0 0 +2 Wisconsin 1 0 0 +1 TOTALS 1072 850 2 Team-by-team records do not include games from the fall of 1981 when Tech was 16-8 under Bill Galloway.

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OPPONENT Abilene Christian Adelphi Alabama Alabama State Alcorn State Angelo State Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Ark-Monticello Ark-Pine Bluff Auburn Austin Peay Ball State Baylor Belmont Birmingham Southern Boise State Bowling Green Bradley BYU Buffalo Butler California Cal St-Fullerton Cal-Poly Pomona Centenary Central Arkansas Central Michigan Charleston Southern Charlotte Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Colorado St. Columbia Connecticut Creighton Delaware Delta State DePaul Detroit Drake Drexel East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Evansville Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida State Fresno State Furman Gardner Webb George Mason George Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Goshen Grambling State Hawai’i Houston Houston Baptist

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Abilene Christian (Tech 2-0) 2015 Tech 3-0 2016 Tech 4-1 Adelphi (Tech 2-1) 1985 Adelphi 3-2 1985 Tech 2-1 1985 Tech 2-0 1998 1998 2007 2007

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Alabama (UA 4-0) Alabama 3-2 Alabama 3-2 Alabama 12-4 Alabama 15-0

Alabama State (Tech 2-0) 2009 Tech 5-2 2010 Tech 6-5 2004 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2013 2013 2013 2014 2016

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Alcorn State (Tech 17-1) Tech 8-0 Tech 8-4 Tech 5-1 Tech 9-0 Tech 5-3 Tech 11-8 ASU 3-1 Tech 11-2 Tech 9-1 Tech 10-0 Tech 3-0 Tech 10-2 Tech 3-0 Tech 8-0 Tech 10-0 Tech 8-2 Tech 11-2 Tech 12-0

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Angelo State (Angelo State 1-0) 1980 AS 3-1 Appalachian State (Tied 1-1) 2005 Tech 6-0 N 2005 ASU 6-1 N 1983 1987 1990 1990 2005

Arizona (Arizona 4-1) Tech 3-0 Arizona 2-1 Arizona 3-2 Arizona 2-0 Arizona 7-0

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Arizona State (Tech 1-0) 1992 Tech 4-3 1998 2007 2007 2010 2010

Arkansas (UA 4-1) Tech 5-1 Arkansas 1-0 Arkansas 5-4 Arkansas 5-2 Arkansas 5-3

Ark-Monticello (Tech 2-0) 1999 Tech 2-0 1999 Tech 3-0

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Ark-Pine Bluff (Tech 2-0) 2008 Tech 3-0 2015 Tech 6-0

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Auburn (Auburn 5-2) Auburn 6-0 Auburn 4-3 Auburn 3-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 2-1 Auburn 1-0 Auburn 3-0

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Austin Peay (Austin Peay 1-0) 2008 Austin Peay 8-6 N 1985 1988 1988 1989 1995 1995 2016

Ball State (Tech 6-1) Tech 8-0 Tech 6-2 Tech 1-0 Tech 3-0 Tech 4-0 Tech 7-0 Ball State 6-1

Baylor (Tech 30-19) 1980 Tech 6-0 1980 Baylor 8-2 1982 Tech 2-1 1982 Tech 5-4 1982 Baylor 2-0 1982 Tech 2-1 1982 Tech 2-1 1982 Tech 3-0 1982 Tech 1-0 1982 Tech 4-0 1982 Tech 1-0 1982 Tech 1-0 1982 Baylor 1-0 1983 Tech 1-0 1983 Tech 6-0 1983 Tech 2-0 1983 Tech 2-1 1984 Tech 2-1 1984 Tech 1-0 1984 Tech 2-0 1985 Baylor 9-3 1985 Tech 4-3 1985 Tech 4-1 1986 Tech 7-0 1986 Tech 7-1 1986 Tech 4-2 1987 Tech 11-0 1987 Tech 7-0 1987 Baylor 5-2 1987 Tech 5-2 1987 Tech 11-0 1988 Tech 2-0 1996 Tech 11-2 1996 Tech 1-0 1996 Tech 4-2 2003 Baylor 3-2 2003 Baylor 14-0 2003 Baylor 6-5 2004 Baylor 2-0 2005 Baylor 6-5 2007 Baylor 5-0 2007 Baylor 8-0 2007 Baylor 4-1 2009 Baylor 4-3 2011 Baylor 11-0 2011 Baylor 9-0 2012 Baylor 3-1

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Belmont (Tech 5-0) Tech 5-2 Tech 1-0 Tech 5-4 Tech 7-3 Tech 2-0

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Birmingham Southern (Tech 5-2) 2002 Tech 9-0 A 2002 Tech 7-1 A 2003 BS 6-3 N 2003 Tech 4-1 A 2003 Tech 3-0 A 2005 BS 3-2 N 2005 Tech 4-3 A Boise State (Boise State 7-3) 2009 Tech 3-0 A 2009 Tech 7-2 A 2010 Boise State 4-2 H 2010 Boise State 3-2 H 2010 Tech 4-3 H 2010 Boise State 8-2 N 2011 Boise State 6-2 A 2011 Boise State 11-3 A 2011 Boise State 8-0 A 2011 Boise State 3-2 N Bowling Green (Tech 4-0) 1986 Tech 4-0 1987 Tech 6-4 2011 Tech 4-1 2011 Tech 5-4

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Bradley (Tech 3-0) 1987 Tech 3-0 2004 Tech 7-0 2004 Tech 6-4

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BYU (BYU 5-1) BYU 11-3 BYU 8-0 BYU5-0 Tech 6-4 BYU 5-1 BYU 6-1

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Buffalo (Tech 2-1) 2008 Tech 8-0 2010 Tech 5-2 2010 Buffalo 10-7 1998 1998 2011 2011

Butler (Tied 2-2) Tech 5-0 Butler 3-0 Tech 3-2 Butler 5-3

California (Cal 1-0) 1996 Cal 2-1 Cal. St. Fullerton (CSF 4-0) 1984 CSF 2-1 1986 CSF 1-0 1986 CSF 4-0 1987 CSF 7-0

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Cal-Poly Pomona (Cal Poly 2-0) 1984 Cal-Poly 1-0 1984 Cal-Poly 12-0 1990 1990 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2010 2010

Centenary (Tech 47-13) Tech 7-0 H Tech 7-0 H Tech 6-2 H Tech 8-4 H Tech 8-2 A Centenary 3-1 A Tech 3-2 H Tech 10-8 H Tech 4-1 A Tech 6-0 A Centenary 6-5 H Tech 7-1 H Tech 3-1 A Tech 7-0 A Tech 4-2 N Tech 9-1 H Tech 3-0 H Tech 15-0 A Centenary 4-3 A Tech 3-0 H Tech 8-0 H Tech 13-0 A Tech 8-0 A Tech 1-0 H Tech 6-1 H Tech 9-1 A Tech 6-0 A Tech 8-1 A Tech 1-0 A Tech 5-3 A Tech 8-0 A Tech 2-1 N Tech 1-0 H Tech 5-0 H Tech 12-1 A Tech 7-4 A Tech 5-0 H Tech 2-0 H Tech 2-0 A Tech 5-2 A Tech 2-0 H Tech 5-2 H Centenary 4-1 A Tech 4-0 A Centenary 2-0 H Tech 2-0 H Tech 7-6 H Centenary 4-2 H Centenary 5-2 A Tech- 2-1 A Tech 1-0 H Centenary 3-1 A Centenary 7-4 H Centenary 10-2 A Centenary 4-2 A Tech 6-4 H Centenary 3-0 H Centenary 1-0 A Tech 9-1 H Tech 4-1 A

Central Arkansas (UCA 3-2) 2002 Tech 12-1 2002 Tech 6-1 2008 UCA 3-2 2012 UCA 4-3 2012 UCA 9-7 Central Michigan (Tech 2-1) 1984 CMU 3-2 1984 Tech 4-1

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Coastal Carolina (Tech 1-0) 1995 Tech 9-1

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College of Charleston (Tech 2-0) 1999 Tech 6-0 A 1999 Tech 3-0 A Colorado State (CSU 2-0) 1992 CSU 8-3 1992 CSU 2-1

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Columbia (Columbia 1-0) 2012 Columbia 5-4

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Connecticut (UConn 2-1) 1997 Tech 7-1 2003 UConn 4-0 2003 UConn 3-0

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Creighton (Tech 4-1) Tech 5-0 Tech 4-2 Creighton 4-3 Tech 5-1 Tech 1-0

Delaware (Delaware 1-0) 2013 Delaware 4-3 1992 1992 1993 1995

Delta State (Tech 4-0) Tech 7-0 Tech 4-0 Tech 6-0 Tech 8-0

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DePaul (Tech 1-0) 1996 Tech 2-0

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Drake (Drake 1-0) 2014 Drake 3-2

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Drexel (Drexel 1-0) 2012 Drexel 7-6

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East Carolina (Tech 4-3) Tech 3-0 ECU 4-3 Tech 2-1 Tech 5-0 Tech 6-2

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Eastern Illinois (Tech 3-2) 1994 EIU 7-5 2006 EIU 8-7 2006 Tech 6-4 2012 Tech 2-0 2012 Tech 8-6

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Eastern Michigan (Tech 4-1) 1983 Tech 1-0 1983 Tech 4-0 1988 Tech 7-0 1992 Tech 4-1 1994 EMU 3-2

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Evansville (Tech 2-1) 1994 Tech 4-0 H 1994 Tech 9-0 H 2012 Evansville 11-3 N 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

FIU (FIU 4-1) FIU 7-0 FIU 2-1 FIU 3-2 Tech 11-8 FIU 8-0

Florida Atlantic (FAU 6-4) 2014 FAU 7-2 2014 Tech 3-1 2014 Tech 4-0 2015 FAU 4-5 2015 Tech 6-1 2015 FAU 4-8 2016 FAU 6-0 2016 LA Tech 5-2 2016 FAU 2-1 2016 FAU 7-4 1984 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1994 1997 1997

Florida State (Tech 11-2-2) Tie 0-0 Tie 0-0 Tech 2-1 Tech 4-3 Tech 4-0 Tech 1-0 FSU 2-1 Tech 7-0 Tech 6-1 Tech 1-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 3-1 FSU 2-0 Tech 6-2 Tech 3-2

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Fresno State (FSU 34-8) FSU 3-0 FSU 9-0 FSU 3-0 FSU 2-0 FSU 3-0 FSU 10-1 FSU 9-0 FSU 2-0 FSU 2-0 FSU 8-4 FSU 5-1 FSU 2-0 FSU 6-0 FSU 6-0 FSU 5-3 Tech 2-1 FSU 5-3 FSU 9-0 FSU 9-1

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Furman (Tech 8-3) Tech 1-0 Furman 1-0 Furman 1-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 10-1 Tech 3-1 Furman 4-3 Tech 3-1 Tech 5-2 Tech 3-2 Tech 1-0

Gardner-Webb (Tech 1-0) 2010 Tech 7-5 George Mason (Tech 3-0) 1987 Tech 4-0 1994 Tech 5-0 1996 Tech 13-0

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George Washington (Tech 1-0) 2012 Tech 4-2 N 1997 1997 1998 1998

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Georgia Southern (Tech 2-1) 1995 Tech 8-1 N 1999 GS 3-2 A 1999 Tech 9-0 A 1985 1987 1991 1991 1992 1993 1994 1994

Georgia State (Tech 8-0) Tech 11-0 Tech 2-0 Tech 11-5 Tech 4-0 Tech 11-0 Tech 4-3 Tech 3-1 Tech 7-0

Georgia Tech (Tech 2-1) 1994 GT 6-2 1994 Tech 2-0 1997 Tech 8-6 Goshen (Tech 1-0) 2000 Tech 7-3

Grambling State (Tech 15-0) 1998 Tech 13-0 1998 Tech 13-0 2002 Tech 8-0 2002 Tech 9-0 2006 Tech 12-1 2006 Tech 12-0 2006 Tech 13-5 2006 Tech 8-0 2010 Tech 7-0 2014 Tech 4-1 2014 Tech 10-1 2015 Tech 8-0 2015 Tech 11-5 2016 Tech 8-0 2016 Tech 26-0 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012

Hawaii (UH 32-7) Hawaii 3-0 Tech 4-1 Hawaii 5-0 Hawaii 5-1 Hawaii 6-3 Hawaii 8-3 Hawaii 6-3 Hawaii 7-0 Tech 1-0 Hawaii 3-0 Tech 5-4 Hawaii 5-3 Hawaii 7-1 Hawaii 9-1 Hawaii 6-3 Hawaii 7-1 Hawaii 8-1 Hawaii 8-1 Hawaii 8-0 Hawaii 5-1 Hawaii 9-0 Hawaii 7-3 Hawaii 5-2 Hawaii 4-1 Hawaii 6-4 Tech 2-1 Hawaii 3-0 Tech 8-1 Hawaii 4-0 Tech 7-1 Hawaii 3-1 Hawaii 8-5 Hawaii 9-0 Hawaii 6-0 Hawaii 4-0 Tech 1-0 Hawaii 9-1 Hawaii 9-1 Hawaii 8-0

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Tech 2-0 ISU 4-0 ISU 1-0 Tech 3-1 ISU 5-4 ISU 4-2

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Indiana (Tech 8-7) Tech 1-0 Indiana 1-0 Tech 4-3 Tech 4-3 Tech 3-2 Indiana 1-0 Indiana 1-0 Indiana 2-1 Indiana 2-0 Indiana 4-2 Indiana 4-0 Tech 3-0 Tech 4-3 Tech 3-0

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Tech 6-2 Tech 6-2

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Indiana State (Tech 6-0) Tech 5-4 Tech 1-0 Tech 7-2 Tech 5-0 Tech 7-0 Tech 1-0

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Iowa (Tech 2-0) 1982 Tech 5-0 1984 Tech 7-0 1982 1983 1988 1988 1989 1994

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Iowa State (Tech 5-1) Iowa State 5-2 N Tech 5-0 Tech 4-3 N Tech 8-3 N Tech 6-2 N Tech 5-0 N

IPFW (IPFW 2-0) 2014 IPFW 7-2 2014 IPFW 5-3

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IUPUI (Tech 3-0) 2008 Tech 3-2 2008 Tech 6-2 2012 Tech 2-1

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Houston (UH 2-0) 2003 Houston 2-0 2003 Houston 6-0

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Houston Baptist (Tech 3-2) 2001 Tech 4-0 2001 Tech 2-1 2013 HBU 5-4 2014 HBU 8-0 2016 Tech 9-0

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Illinois (Tech 1-0) 2015 Tech 3-2

N

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Illinois-Chicago (Tech 1-0) 1995 Tech 8-1

N

1998 1998 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2015 2016

A

Illinois State (ISU 6-2) 1982 ISU 7-3 1982 ISU 4-3

N N

Jacksonville State (JSU 6-1) 1999 JSU 1-0 N 1999 JSU 1-0 N

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Jackson State (Tech 17-0) Tech 17-0 Tech 19-4 Tech 11-1 Tech 10-1 Tech 9-1 Tech 6-0 Tech 5-1 Tech 10-1 Tech 10-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 30-0 Tech 12-4 Tech 8-0 Tech 11-1 Tech 15-4 Tech 5-3 Tech 10-1

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2006 2006 2008 2013 2016 1986 1987 1992 2008

JSU 4-3 JSU 4-1 JSU 5-3 JSU 11-1 Tech 4-0

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Kansas (Tied 2-2) Tech 1-0 Tech 4-1 Kansas 10-1 Kansas 11-3

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Kansas State (Tech 2-0) 1983 Tech 1-0 1986 Tech 13-1 Kent State (Tied 1-1) 1988 Tech 4-0 1989 KSU 4-3

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Kentucky (UK 3-1) Tech 11-1 Kentucky 5-4 Kentucky 1-0 Kentucky 6-3

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Lamar (Tech 3-0) Tech 13-11 Tech 12-0 Tech 10-6 Tech 5-4

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Liberty (Liberty 2-0) 2016 Liberty 5-1 2016 Liberty 11-6

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

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2014 ECU 7-0 2014 ECU 1-0

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Long Beach State (Tied 2-2) 1986 LBSU 2-0 A 1986 Tech 1-0 A 1996 Tech 1-0 N 1996 LBSU 8-4 N 1980 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990

UL-Lafayette (ULL 48-30) ULL 10-8 ULL 1-0 Tech 2-0 Tech 2-0 Tech 3-0 ULL 1-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 7-1 Tech 1-0 Tech 3-0 Tech 5-3 Tech 4-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 5-3 Tech 1-0 Tech 5-0 Tech 2-1 Tech 1-0 Tech 4-0 Tech 2-0 Tech 6-2 Tech 1-0 ULL 2-0 Tech 1-0 ULL 4-2 Tech 1-0

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Tech 3-1 ULL 1-0 Tech 1-0 ULL 1-0 Tech 2-0 ULL 7-0 ULL 1-0 Tech 2-1 ULL 10-0 ULL 6-0 ULL 3-1 ULL 2-1 ULL 2-1 ULL 4-0 ULL 1-0 Tech 5-4 ULL 2-1 ULL 6-0 ULL 4-0 Tech 4-1 ULL 2-1 ULL 4-1 Tech 1-0 ULL 7-1 Tech 3-1 ULL 12-1 ULL 5-3 ULL 10-0 ULL 16-0 ULL 4-0 ULL 4-0 ULL 4-1 ULL 8-0 ULL 8-0 ULL 4-0 ULL 11-1 ULL 4-1 ULL 4-1 ULL 8-1 ULL 11-0 ULL 10-4 ULL 8-3 ULL 13-0 ULL 8-3 ULL 11-0 ULL 8-0 ULL 3-2 ULL 9-0 ULL 4-1 ULL 9-1 ULL 8-2

1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988

UL-Monroe (Tech 65-34) ULM 17-0 ULM 13-0 Tech 10-7 Tech 12-5 Tech 9-3 Tech 16-0 Tech 6-0 Tech 11-1 Tech 4-2 Tech 3-0 Tech 7-1 Tech 2-1 Tech 5-0 Tech 4-0 Tech 2-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 2-1 ULM 2-1 Tech 5-4 Tech 1-0 ULM 2-0 Tech 7-0 Tech 7-0 Tech 9-0 Tech 3-0 Tech 19-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 2-1 Tech 7-5 Tech 10-0

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1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2013 2013 2014 2015 2015 2015 2016 2016 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000

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LSU (LSU 20-4) Tech 1-0 LSU 9-0 LSU 4-3 Tech 3-1 LSU 4-3 Tech 1-0 Tech 3-0 LSU 5-2 LSU 3-1 LSU 3-2 LSU 1-0 LSU 6-2 LSU 6-0 LSU 8-1

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LSU-Alexandria (Tech 5-2) 1980 Tech 11-6 1980 Tech 6-4 1980 LSU-A 9-5 1981 Tech 13-2 1981 LSU-A 4-3 1981 Tech 13-1 1981 Tech 12-0 Louisville (UL 1-0) 2005 UL 8-0

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Loyola-Chicago (Loyola-C 2-0) 2001 Loyola-C 2-1 2001 Loyola-C 2-1

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Loyola-Marymount (LMU 4-0) 2002 LMU 3-0 2002 LMU 1-0 2002 LMU 7-1 2002 LMU 4-0

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Lyon College (Tech 2-0) 2015 Tech 8-0 2015 Tech 7-0

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Marshall (Marshall 3-1) Marshall 5-2 Marshall 9-0 Marshall 8-4 Tech 6-3

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Massachusetts (Tech 1-0) 1997 Tech 2-1

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McNeese State (Tech 55-29) 1980 MSU 17-2 1980 MSU 5-3 1980 MSU 19-0 1980 MSU 18-4 1981 MSU 7-2 1981 MSU 3-1 1981 MSU 6-5 1981 MSU 3-0 1981 MSU 5-4 1981 MSU 5-0 1982 Tech 6-0 1982 Tech 8-1 1983 Tech 8-0 1983 Tech 3-0 1983 Tech 11-2 1983 Tech 5-0 1984 Tech 5-0 1984 Tech 1-0 1984 Tech 1-0 1984 Tech 3-0 1984 Tech 5-0 1985 Tech 4-0 1985 Tech 3-0 1985 Tech 5-3 1985 Tech 7-0 1985 Tech 3-0 1986 Tech 4-0 1986 Tech 9-0 1986 Tech 3-0 1988 Tech 4-0

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1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1999 1999 2004 2004 2005 2005 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2012 2012 2013 2014 2014 2015

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

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Memphis (Tech 1-0) 2016 Tech 9-3

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Mercer (Tied 1-1) 1996 Tech 3-0 2003 Mercer 6-2

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Michigan (UM 2-0) 2012 Michigan 7-5 2012 Michigan 5-4

N N

Michigan State (Tech 3-2) 1984 Tech 3-2 1984 MSU 5-4 1988 Tech 4-1 1988 Tech 14-0 1997 MSU 3-0

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Middle Tennessee (MT 5-3) 1995 Tech 4-0 N 2001 MT 2-0 A 2001 MT 3-0 A 2001 MT 2-0 A

2001 2014 2014 2014

MT 6-0 Tech 7-5 Tech 1-0 MT 5-3

Midwestern (Tech 1-0) 1982 Tech 6-0

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Minnesota (Minnesota 2-0) 1992 Minnesota 1-0 N 1997 Minnesota 2-0 H 1997 1997 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2011 2011 2014 2016

Mississippi (UM 7-4) Tech 10-0 Ole Miss 6-5 Ole Miss 4-0 Tech 5-4 Ole Miss 3-0 Ole Miss 5-4 Tech 9-1 Tech 6-4 Ole Miss 8-0 Ole Miss 3-0 Ole Miss 3-1

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Mississippi State (State 10-9) 1983 Tech 4-0 1983 Tech 9-0 1984 Tech 4-0 1984 Tech 9-1 1985 Tech 3-0 1985 Tech 5-2 1986 Tech 2-1 1986 Tech 1-0 1997 Tech 5-2 1997 Miss State 3-2 2004 Miss State 6-1 2004 Miss State 1-0 2005 Miss State 9-0 2005 Miss State 9-7 2008 Miss State 5-2 2011 Miss State 3-2 2012 Miss State 8-0 2015 Miss State 6-4 2016 Miss State 3-2

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Mississippi Valley (Tech 9-2) 2005 Tech 4-3 2005 MVSU 11-9 2005 Tech 4-2 2005 Tech 3-2 2007 Tech 7-4 2007 MVSU 3-2 2010 Tech 3-2 2011 Tech 2-0 2011 Tech 7-1 2012 Tech 7-5 2016 Tech 6-0

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Missouri (Missouri 6-3) Missouri 2-0 Tech 7-3 Tech 2-0 Tech 5-1 Missouri 4-3 Missouri 3-0 Missouri 2-1 Missouri 11-1 Missouri 6-1

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1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1990 1992 2005 2005

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Missouri-KC (Tech 2-0) 2005 Tech 3-0 2005 Tech 2-1

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Missouri State (Tech 6-4) 1985 Tech 1-0 1985 Tech 2-1

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Mobile College (Tech 1-0) 1995 Tech 8-0

Nebraska (Tied 4-4) Tech 5-1 Tech 2-1 Nebraska 6-0 Nebraska 2-0 Tech 3-0 Tech 1-0 Nebraska 4-2 Nebraska 4-1

2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012

Nevada (UN 22-16) Nevada 11-2 Nevada 6-4 Tech 7-0 Tech 9-1 Nevada 2-0 Tech 3-0 Nevada 6-5 Nevada 7-3 Nevada 3-0 Tech 4-3 Nevada 5-1 Tech 11-2 Nevada 14-9 Nevada 5-4 Nevada 2-0 Nevada 3-2 Nevada 7-0 Nevada 3-2 Nevada 8-7 Nevada 12-2 Nevada 8-0 Tech 4-3 Tech 2-1 Nevada 9-3 Tech 7-3 Nevada 2-0 Tech 4-0 Nevada 2-1 Tech 9-3 Tech 3-1 Tech 9-7 Tech 12-4 Nevada 5-2 Tech 3-1 Nevada 5-1 Tech 10-2 Nevada 5-0 Tech 6-5

1982 1983 1985 1987 1990 1992 1993 1993

1983 1985 1990 1990 1998

New Mexico (NM 3-2) Tech 1-0 Tech 2-0 NM 5-2 NM 3-1 NM 3-2

New Mexico State (NMSU 18-14) 1984 Tech 4-2 1984 Tech 1-0 1998 NMSU 7-5 2001 NMSU 7-1 2001 NMSU 7-2 2001 NMSU 2-0 2001 NMSU 7-0 2006 NMSU 10-2 2006 NMSU 10-1 2006 NMSU 15-7

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New Orleans (UNO 2-0) 1980 UNO 6-5 1980 UNO 11-2 1981 1981 1981 1981 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1998 1999 1999 2000

Nicholls State (Tech 56-20) Tech 10-4 Tech 5-2 Tech 10-1 Tech 5-2 Tech 2-0 Tech 4-0 Tech 6-0 Tech 3-1 Tech 1-0 Tech 5-4 Tech 10-1 NSU 1-0 NSU 2-1 Tech 3-1 NSU 2-0 Tech 2-1 Tech 1-0 Tech 3-0 Tech 11-1 Tech 8-0 NSU 3-0 NSU 3-1 NSU 2-0 Tech 2-0 Tech 3-0 Tech 5-0 Tech 5-0 Tech 2-0 Tech 6-0 Tech 4-0 Tech 4-2 Tech 3-0 Tech 7-3 Tech 2-0 Tech 4-1 Tech 7-0 NSU 1-0 Tech 3-2 NSU 6-2 NSU 5-0 Tech 1-0 NSU 2-1 Tech 7-3 Tech 4-2 Tech 7-3 NSU 1-0 NSU 4-0 Tech 1-0 NSU 4-1 Tech 8-2 Tech 2-1 NSU 4-0 Tech 6-1 Tech 4-1 Tech 7-1

2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2006 2006 2006 2006 2008 2008 2009 2009 2012 2013 2013

Tech Tech NSU Tech Tech Tech NSU Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech NSU NSU Tech NSU Tech Tech NSU Tech Tech

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North Carolina (Tied 1-1) 1988 Tech 3-0 1991 UNC 6-2

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North Carolina State (NC State 2-0) 2005 NC State 4-0 N 2005 NC State 6-1 N A A

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North Carolina-Charlotte (Tech 1-0) 1994 Tech 8-3 N North CarolinaWilmington (Tech 2-0) 1992 Tech 5-1 1993 Tech 5-3

2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2011 2014 2014 2015 2015 2015 2016 2016 2016

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

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Northern Colorado (Tech 2-1) 1982 Tech 13-2 H 2006 Tech 3-1 H 2006 NC 6-4 H Northern Illinois (Tech 7-1) 1987 Tech 7-6 1987 Tech 6-0 1991 Tech 3-0 1992 Tech 6-4 1992 Tech 5-4 1995 Tech 2-0 1997 NIU 9-6 1997 Tech 7-0 Northern Iowa (N Iowa 1-0) 1997 N Iowa 2-1

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Northwest Missouri (Tech 1-0) 1982 Tech 3-2 N Northwestern (NU 2-0) 1997 NU 2-1 2012 NU 10-6 Northwestern State (Tech 53-47) 1980 NSU 11-3 1980 NSU 13-3 1981 NSU 5-1 1981 Tech 8-4 1981 NSU 3-1 1981 Tech 2-1 1985 NSU 1-0 1986 Tech 2-0 1986 Tech 6-1 1986 Tech 2-0 1986 Tech 6-2 1987 Tech 3-1 1987 Tech 8-1 1987 Tech 6-0 1987 Tech 6-1 1988 Tech 10-8 1988 Tech 2-0 1988 Tech 2-0 1988 Tech 2-0 1988 Tech 1-0 1989 Tech 2-1 1989 NSU 5-4 1989 Tech 3-2 1989 Tech 4-2 1990 Tech 2-0 1990 NSU 2-1 1990 Tech 4-3 1990 NSU 8-5 1991 NSU 2-1 1991 Tech 2-0 1991 NSU 4-0 1992 NSU 3-2 1992 NSU 1-0 1993 NSU 3-1 1993 NSU 2-1 1993 NSU 4-1 1993 NSU 1-0 1994 Tech 2-0 1994 NSU 1-0 1994 Tech 6-5 1994 Tech 9-1 1995 Tech 10-0 1995 Tech 8-0 1995 Tech 9-0 1995 Tech 4-3 1996 Tech 3-1 1996 Tech 5-1 1996 Tech 1-0 1996 Tech 8-0 1997 Tech 5-0 1997 NSU 8-2 1997 NSU 3-1 1997 Tech 4-3 1998 NSU 3-1 1998 Tech 3-0 1998 NSU 9-1 1998 Tech 1-0 1998 Tech 5-1 1999 Tech 1-0 1999 Tech 2-1 2000 NSU 9-0 2000 NSU 7-0 2001 Tech 4-3 2001 NSU 2-1 2002 NSU 5-0 2002 NSU 3-2 2003 NSU 4-1 2003 NSU 5-1 2003 Tech 2-1 2004 NSU 2-1 2004 Tech 3-1 2004 Tech 3-1 2005 NSU 6-5 2005 NSU 3-2

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Notre Dame (Tied 1-1) 1995 Tech 4-2 2010 ND 1-0 1989 1989 1992 1997 1997 1981 1981 1982 1983 1987 1989 1996 1997 1997 2001 2014

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Oklahoma (OU 7-4) Oklahoma 5-4 Oklahoma 9-2 Oklahoma 3-2 Tech 2-1 Tech 5-2 Tech 9-0 Oklahoma 2-0 Oklahoma 1-0 Tech 2-1 Oklahoma 3-1 Oklahoma 11-3

Oklahoma City (Tech 6-5) 1981 Tech 5-3 1981 Tech 4-2 1982 Tech 7-5 1985 Tech 1-0 1985 Tech 4-1 1991 OKC 19-5 1991 Tech 2-1 1995 OKC 11-5 1997 OKC 5-0 1998 OKC 6-5 1999 OKC 2-0 Oklahoma State (OSU 14-3) 1980 OSU 8-0 1980 OSU 3-2 1981 OSU 3-1 1982 OSU 2-0 1984 OSU 3-0 1986 Tech 7-3 1987 Tech 1-0 1988 OSU 3-1 1989 OSU 2-0 1991 Tech 1-0 1992 OSU 1-0 1992 OSU 2-0 1995 OSU 1-0 1996 OSU 4-3

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1996 OSU 3-1 1998 OSU 4-2 2000 OSU 11-1

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Pacific (Tech 1-0) 1983 Tech 2-0 Penn State (Tech 3-0) 1983 Tech 9-2 1983 Tech 2-0 2012 Tech 4-2

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Portland State (PSU 3-1) 2002 Tech 2-1 2002 PSU 4-0 2002 PSU 4-0 2002 PSU 3-2

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Prairie View A&M (Tech 2-0) 2002 Tech 7-0 2002 Tech 9-0

A A

Presbyterian (PC 1-0) 2012 PC 7-2

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Purdue (Purdue 2-0) 2001 Purdue 2-1 2011 Purdue 3-7

N N

Robert Morris (Tech 1-0) 1995 Tech 8-0

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Rutgers (Tied 1-1) 2009 Tech 2-0 2009 Rutgers 4-0

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Saint Louis (Tech 1-0) 2014 Tech 4-3

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Saint Mary’s (SM 1-0) 1980 St. Mary’s 9-2

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Sam Houston State (Tech 14-11) 1980 Tech 10-4 1983 SHSU 1-0 1984 Tech 4-0 1986 Tech 2-0 1987 Tech 2-0 1987 Tech 6-2 1988 Tech 1-0 1989 Tech 7-6 1990 Tech 3-2 1991 SHSU 12-2 1991 SHSU 6-1 1992 Tech 1-0 1992 SHSU 2-0 1998 Tech 3-2 1999 SHSU 1-0 1999 Tech 1-0 2001 SHSU 5-0 2001 Tech 2-0 2002 Tech 3-2 2002 SHSU 3-2 2003 SHSU 2-1 2003 SHSU 3-1 2005 Tech 7-1 2006 SHSU 11-3 2006 SHSU 11-2

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Samford (Tech 18-0) 1994 Tech 4-0 1994 Tech 4-0 1995 Tech 10-0

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1995 1996 1996 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2005

Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech

4-0 7-1 4-0 3-1 11-1 9-0 8-0 4-0 11-0 3-1 4-1 7-3 2-0 2-0

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San Diego State (SDSU 3-0) 1986 SDSU 3-2 2004 SDSU 6-0 2011 SDSU 11-3

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San Jose State (SJSU 23-17) 2002 Tech 4-1 2002 SJSU 6-5 2002 SJSU 4-0 2002 SJSU 4-2 2003 Tech 3-2 2003 Tech 7-2 2003 SJSU 5-4 2003 SJSU 1-0 2004 Tech 3-1 2004 Tech 4-2 2004 Tech 2-1 2004 Tech 2-1 2005 SJSU 4-0 2005 SJSU 2-0 2005 SJSU 10-3 2005 SJSU 8-0 2006 SJSU 4-0 2006 Tech 4-1 2006 SJSU 7-6 2007 SJSU 3-2 2007 SJSU 9-0 2007 Tech 4-2 2008 Tech 1-0 2008 SJSU 3-1 2008 SJSU 5-2 2009 Tech 10-1 2009 Tech 9-7 2009 Tech 4-1 2010 Tech 2-0 2010 Tech 9-1 2010 SJSU 10-2 2010 SJSU 6-5 2011 Tech 2-1 2011 SJSU 4-1 2011 SJSU 5-3 2012 SJSU 4-2 2012 SJSU 7-0 2013 SJSU 12-0 2013 SJSU 4-2 2013 Tech 6-5

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Seattle (Tech 3-0) 2013 Tech 4-3 2013 Tech 7-3 2013 Tech 6-5

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South Alabama (USA 3-0) 2008 USA 4-3 2009 USA 2-0 2011 USA 8-0

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South Carolina (Tech 24-7) 1983 Tech 2-1 1983 USC 3-0 1984 Tech 6-0 1984 Tech 1-0 1984 Tech 4-0 1985 Tech 1-0 1985 USC 2-1

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1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1992 1992 1992 1993 1995 1995 1995

Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech USC Tech USC Tech Tech USC USC USC Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech

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

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South Dakota (Tech 1-0) 2014 Tech 3-1

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South Florida (Tech 10-4) Tech 3-0 USF 3-0 Tech 1-0 Tech 8-1 Tech 4-0 Tech 4-0 Tech 1-0 USF 2-0 USF 1-0 USF 4-2 Tech 3-0 Tech 4-0 Tech 6-0 Tech 3-1

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West Texas State (Tech 2-0) 1982 Tech 10-2 1983 Tech 3-1

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Western Kentucky (Tied 4-4) 2000 WKU 6-1 2001 Tech 1-0 2001 Tech 2-1 2001 Tech 3-2 2001 Tech 2-0 2001 WKU 8-1 2011 WKU 4-3 2011 WKU 8-6

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YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1980

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Record: 2-12; (Home: 2-6; Away: 0-6; Neutral: 0-1) Coach: Barry Canterbury Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Inn. H/A/N Location Mar 10 UL-Monroe L 0-17 3 A Monroe, La. Mar 10 UL-Monroe L 2-13 4 A Monroe, La. Mar 12 Northwestern State L 3-11 7 A Natchitoches, La. Mar 12 Northwestern State L 3-13 5 A Natchitoches, La. N/A McNeese State L 2-17 6 H Ruston, La. N/A McNeese State L 3-5 7 H Ruston, La. Apr 1 New Orleans L 5-6 7 H Ruston, La. Apr 1 New Orleans L 2-11 7 H Ruston, La. Apr 7 McNeese State L 0-19 5 A Lake Charles, La. Apr 7 McNeese State L 4-18 5 A Lake Charles, La. N/A LSU-Alexandria W 11-6 7 H Ruston, La. N/A LSU-Alexandria W 6-4 7 H Ruston, La. Apr 10 UL-Lafayette L 8-10 7 N Alexandria, La. Apr 10 LSU-Alexandria L 5-9 7 A Alexandria, La.

1981

Record: 18-17; (Home: 9-7; Away: 8-7; Neutral: 1-3) Coach: Gary Blair Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Mar 9 Nicholls State W 10-4 Mar 9 Nicholls State W 5-2 Mar 10 McNeese State L 2-7 Mar 10 McNeese State L 1-3 Mar 11 Stephen F. Austin L 6-8 Mar 11 Stephen F. Austin W 4-3 Mar 16 UL-Monroe W 10-7 Mar 16 UL-Monroe W 10-5 Mar 23 Northwestern State L 1-5 Mar 23 Northwestern State W 8-4 Apr 2 UT-Arlington L 1-14 Apr 2 UT-Arlington L 3-5 Apr 3 UT-Arlington L 4-10 Apr 3 UT-Arlington W 4-0 Apr 6 LSU-Alexandria W 13-2 Apr 6 LSU-Alexandria L 3-4 Apr 7 McNeese State L 5-6 Apr 7 McNeese State L 0-3 Apr 9 Northwestern State L 1-3 Apr 9 Northwestern State W 2-1 Apr 13 UL-Monroe W 12-5 Apr 13 UL-Monroe W 9-3 Apr 15 Oklahoma L 4-5 Apr 15 Oklahoma L 2-9 Apr 16 Oklahoma City W 5-3 Apr 16 Oklahoma City W 4-2 Apr 20 Nicholls State W 10-1 Apr 20 Nicholls State W 5-2 Apr 21 LSU-Alexandria W 13-1 Apr 21 LSU-Alexandria W 12-0 Apr 24 LSU1 W 1-0 1 Apr 24 McNeese State L 4-5 Apr 25 LSU1 L 0-9 May 5 McNeese State2 L 0-5 May 10 Oklahoma State2 L 1-3

Inn. 7 7 (8) 7 7 (9) (8) 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 7 (10) 7 7 5 5 7 (11) 7 7 7

H/A/N Location A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Alexandria, La. A Alexandria, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Norman, Okla. A Norman, Okla. A Oklahoma City, Okla. A Oklahoma City, Okla. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. N Lake Charles, La. N Shawnee, Okla. N Norman, Okla.

- LAIAW Division I State Tournament, Lake Charles, La. - AIAW Region Four Softball Tournament, Shawnee Okla./Norman Okla.

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1982 Lady Techster Softball Complex Opens

Record: 36-10; (Home: 18-1; Away: 11-3; Neutral: 7-6) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 27 LSU L 3-4 Feb 27 LSU W 3-1 Feb 28 LSU L 3-4 Feb 28 LSU W 1-0 N/A Indiana State W 5-4 N/A Indiana State W 1-0 Mar 5 Baylor W 2-1 Mar 6 Baylor W 5-4 Mar 10 Stephen F. Austin W 4-2 Mar 10 Stephen F. Austin W 12-2 1 Mar 18-20 Illinois State L 3-7 Mar 18-20 Oklahoma State1 L 0-2 Mar 18-20 Northern Colorado1 W 13-2 N/A Iowa W 5-1 N/A Nebraska W 5-1 Mar 25 UL-Monroe W 16-0

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Inn. 7 7 (12) (8) 7 (8) (9) (11) (9) 7 7 (11) 6 7 7 5

H/A/N Location A Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Norman, Okla. N Norman, Okla. N Norman, Okla. A Iowa City, Iowa A Lincoln, Neb. A Monroe, La.

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Mar 25 UL-Monroe Mar 26 McNeese State Mar 26 McNeese State Apr 2 Northwest Missouri2 Apr 2 Oklahoma2 Apr 3 Illinois State2 Apr 3 Iowa State2 Apr 9 LSU Apr 9 LSU Apr 16 Baylor3 Apr 16 Midwestern3 Apr 16 Oklahoma City3 Apr 16 UT-Arlington3 Apr 17 West Texas State3 Apr 17 Baylor3 Apr 17 Baylor3 Apr 23 Baylor Apr 23 Baylor Apr 24 Baylor Apr 30 UT-Arlington Apr 30 UT-Arlington May 1 UT-Arlington May 1 UT-Arlington N/A UL-Monroe N/A UL Monroe May 4 Stephen F. Austin May 4 Stephen F. Austin May 8 Baylor May 8 Baylor May 8 Baylor

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

7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 9 7 7 7 7 7 (11) 7 7 7 (10) (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 N/A N/A N/A

A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Springfield, Mo. N Springfield, Mo. N Springfield, Mo. N Springfield, Mo. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Irving, Texas N Irving, Texas N Irving, Texas A Irving, Texas N Irving, Texas N Irving, Texas N Irving, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas

- Oklahoma Invitational, Norman, Okla. - Southwest Missouri Invitational, Springfield, Mo. 3 - UT-Arlington Invitational, Irving, Texas 1 2

1983 Women’s College World Series Appearance

Record: 37-11; (Home: 14-2; Away: 12-2; Neutral: 11-7) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: 450+ per game average (#1 in NCAA) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Mar 1 Nicholls State W 2-0 Mar 1 Nicholls State W 4-0 Mar 3 UT-Arlington W 1-0 Mar 3 UT-Arlington W 2-0 Mar 5 Texas A&M L 1-2 Mar 5 Texas A&M L 0-4 Mar 11 Indiana State W 7-2 Mar 11 Indiana State W 5-0 N/A McNeese State W 8-0 N/A McNeese State W 3-0 Mar 16 Arizona W 3-0 Mar 16 Indiana W 1-0 Mar 17-19 Kansas State W 1-0 Mar 17-19 Nebraska W 2-1 Mar 17-19 New Mexico W 1-0 Mar 17-19 Indiana L 0-1 Mar 22 Eastern Michigan W 1-0 Mar 22 Eastern Michigan W 4-0 Mar 25 McNeese State W 11-2 Mar 25 McNeese State W 5-0 Mar 26 Baylor W 3-1 Mar 26 Baylor W 6-0 N/A Utah L 0-3 N/A Iowa State W 5-0 N/A West Texas State W 3-1 N/A Sam Houston State L 0-1 N/A South Carolina W 2-1 N/A Oklahoma W 2-1 N/A Illinois State W 2-0 N/A South Carolina L 0-3 N/A Illinois State L 0-4 Apr 23 Mississippi State W 3-0 Apr 23 Mississippi State W 9-0 Apr 24 UL-Monroe W 3-0 Apr 24 UL-Monroe W 7-1 Apr 25 UL-Monroe W 2-1 Apr 25 UL-Monroe W 5-0 Apr 26 Baylor W 2-0 Apr 26 Baylor W 2-1 Apr 29 Texas A&M W 1-0 Apr 29 Texas A&M L 1-2 May 2 Stephen F. Austin W 1-0 May 2 Stephen F. Austin L 0-2 2 N/A Penn State W 9-2

Inn. (9) 7 7 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (15) 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

H/A/N Location A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Arlington, Texas A Arlington, Texas A College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. N Norman, Okla. N Norman, Okla. N Norman, Okla. N Norman, Okla. N Norman, Okla. N Norman, Okla. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N N/A N N/A N N/A N N/A N N/A N N/A N N/A N N/A N N/A A Starkville, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A State College, Pa.

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2-0 7-0 0-8 0-2

7 7 7 7

A State College, Pa. N Omaha, Neb. N Omaha, Neb. N Omaha, Neb.

2 3

1984

Record: 34-14-1; (Home: 13-5; Away: 12-2; Neutral: 9-7-1) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Inn. H/A/N Location Feb 25 UT-Arlington W 2-0 7 A Arlington, Texas Feb 25 UT-Arlington W 7-1 7 A Arlington, Texas Mar 2 UL-Lafayette1 L 0-1 7 N Houma, La. Mar 2 Stephen F. Austin1 W 4-1 7 N Houma, La. Mar 2 Florida State1 T 0-0 (9) N Houma, La. 1 Mar 3 Baylor W 2-1 7 N Houma, La. 1 Mar 3 Texas A&M L 0-1 7 N Houma, La. Mar 7 McNeese State W 5-0 7 A Lake Charles, La. Mar 7 McNeese State W 1-0 N/A A Lake Charles, La. Mar 10 Mississippi State W 4-0 N/A A Starkville, Miss. Mar 10 Mississippi State W 9-1 N/A A Starkville, Miss. Mar 13 Central Michigan L 2-3 N/A H Ruston, La. Mar 13 Central Michigan W 3-1 N/A H Ruston, La. Mar 15-18 Iowa2 W 7-0 N/A N Norman, Okla. 2 Mar 15-18 Wichita State W 6-0 N/A N Norman, Okla. 2 Mar 15-18 Missouri L 0-2 N/A N Norman, Okla. Mar 15-18 New Mexico State2 W 4-2 N/A N Norman, Okla. Mar 15-18 New Mexico State2 W 1-0 N/A N Norman, Okla. Mar 15-18 Oklahoma State2 L 0-3 N/A N Norman, Okla. Mar 20 UL-Monroe W 4-0 N/A A Monroe, La. Mar 20 UL-Monroe W 2-0 N/A A Monroe, La. Mar 26 Michigan State W 3-2 N/A H Ruston, La. Mar 26 Michigan State L 4-5 N/A H Ruston, La. Mar 27 McNeese State W 1-0 N/A H Ruston, La. Mar 27 McNeese State W 3-0 N/A H Ruston, La. Apr 6-8 Baylor3 W 1-0 N/A N College Station, Texas Apr 6-8 Cal State-Fullerton3 L 1-2 N/A N College Station, Texas Apr 6-8 Texas Tech3 L 0-2 N/A N College Station, Texas Apr 6-8 Sam Houston State3 W 4-0 N/A N College Station, Texas 3 Apr 6-8 McNeese State W 5-0 N/A N College Station, Texas Apr 6-8 Texas A&M3 L 1-3 N/A N College Station, Texas 4 Apr 13 Utah L 0-1 (8) H Ruston, La. Apr 13 Nicholls State4 W 6-0 7 H Ruston, La. Apr 14 South Carolina4 W 6-0 7 H Ruston, La. Apr 14 Texas A&M4 W 1-0 (12) H Ruston, La. Apr 17 UL-Monroe W 1-0 7 H Ruston, La. Apr 17 UL-Monroe W 2-1 7 H Ruston, La. Apr 21 South Carolina W 1-0 N/A A Columbia, S.C. Apr 21 South Carolina W 4-0 N/A A Columbia, S.C. Apr 29 Nicholls State W 3-0 N/A A Thibodaux, La. Apr 29 Nicholls State W 1-0 N/A A Thibodaux, La. May 5 Baylor W 2-0 7 H Ruston, La. May 5 Baylor W 2-0 7 H Ruston, La. May 6 Nicholls State W 5-4 N/A H Ruston, La. May 6 Nicholls State W 10-1 N/A H Ruston, La. N/A Texas A&M L 1-2 N/A H Ruston, La. N/A Texas A&M L 0-1 N/A H Ruston, La. 5 N/A Cal-Poly Pomona L 0-1 N/A A Huntington Beach, Calif. 5 N/A Cal-Poly Pomona L 0-12 N/A A Huntington Beach, Calif. - Nicholls State Tournament, Thibodaux, La. - Oklahoma Invitational, Norman, Okla. 3 - Texas A&M Invitational, College Station, Texas 4 - Lady Techster Invitational, Ruston, La. 5 - NCAA South Regional, Hungtington Beach, Calif. 1 2

1985

Record: 38-16-1; (Home: 14-3; Away: 9-5; Neutral: 15-8-1) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Mar 1-2 Florida State1 T 0-0 1 Mar 1-2 Missouri W 7-3 1 Mar 1-2 McNeese State W 4-0 1 Mar 1-2 Ball State W 8-0 Mar 1-2 UL-Lafayette1 W 2-0 Mar 1-2 South Carolina1 W 1-0 Mar 1-2 Texas A&M1 L 0-5 Mar 4 Nicholls State L 0-1 Mar 4 Nicholls State L 1-2 Mar 9 McNeese State W 3-0 Mar 9 McNeese State W 5-3 Mar 11 UL-Lafayette W 2-0 Mar 11 UL-Lafayette W 3-0 Mar 18 Southwest Missouri W 1-0 Mar 18 Southwest Missouri W 2-1 2 Mar 29 Stanford W 6-0

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Inn. 6 7 7 5 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 7 7 (17) 7

H/A/N Location N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N College Station, Texas

L L W W L W L W L W L W W W W W L W W W W L W W W W W L W W L W W W L W W L L

3-9 0-2 3-0 2-0 0-9 2-1 1-2 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-3 2-1 11-0 4-3 2-0 3-1 1-2 7-0 3-0 5-4 1-0 0-2 2-1 3-0 5-2 4-3 4-1 0-1 1-0 4-1 0-2 7-0 1-0 2-1 0-3 5-1 1-0 0-6 0-1

7 (9) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 (12) (9) (9) 7 7 7 (8) 7 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 7 7 7 7 (8)

N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columiba, S.C. A Columbia, S.C. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N Omaha, Neb. N Omaha, Neb.

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- Oklahoma Invitational, Norman, Okla. - NCAA Atlantic Regional, State College, Pa. - Women’s College World Series, Omaha, Neb.

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Mar 29 Baylor2 Mar 29 Utah State2 Mar 30 South Florida2 Mar 30 New Mexico2 Mar 30 Texas A&M2 Mar 31 Florida State2 Mar 31 UL-Monroe2 Mar 31 Southwest Missouri2 Apr 1 UL-Lafayette Apr 1 UL-Lafayette Apr 4 Adelphi3 Apr 4 Adelphi3 Apr 5-6 Georgia State3 Apr 5-6 Florida State3 Apr 5-6 Adelphi3 Apr 5-6 Nicholls State3 Apr 5-6 South Carolina3 Apr 10 McNeese State Apr 10 McNeese State N/A UL-Monroe N/A UL-Monroe Apr 15 Nicholls State Apr 15 Nicholls State Apr 19 Mississippi State Apr 19 Mississippi State Apr 20 Baylor Apr 20 Baylor Apr 30 Stephen F. Austin May 3 Oklahoma City May 3 Oklahoma City N/A UL-Monroe N/A UL-Monroe May 11 Texas A&M May 11 Texas A&M May 16 Texas A&M4 May 17 Texas A&M4 May 17 Texas A&M4 May 23 Nebraska5 May 24 Northwestern5

- Nicholls State Tournament, Houma, La. - Texas A&M Invitational, College Station, Texas 3 - South Carolina Invitational, Columbia, S.C. 4 - NCAA South Regional, College Station, Texas 5 - Women’s College World Series, Omaha, Neb. 1 2

1986

Record: 45-11-1; (Home: 23-2; Away: 13-6; Neutral: 9-3-1) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 15 Creighton W 5-0 Feb 15 Creighton W 4-2 1 Feb 28 Sam Houston W 2-0 1 Feb 28 McNeese State W 4-0 Feb 28 Bowling Green1 W 4-0 Mar 1 Baylor1 W 7-0 Mar 1 Toledo1 W 1-0 1 Mar 1 Texas A&M L 0-6 Mar 3 Nicholls State W 1-0 Mar 3 Nicholls State W 3-0 Mar 5 Cal-State Fullerton L 0-1 Mar 5 Cal-State Fullerton L 0-4 Mar 6 Long Beach State L 0-2 Mar 6 Long Beach State W 1-0 Mar 8 San Diego L 2-3 Mar 15 South Carolina W 1-0 Mar 15 South Carolina W 6-0 Mar 19 Northwestern State W 2-0 Mar 19 Northwestern State W 6-1 2 Mar 21 Missouri W 2-0 Mar 22 Kansas State2 W 13-1 Mar 22 Kansas2 W 1-0 Mar 23 Oklahoma State2 W 7-3 2 Mar 23 Indiana T 2-2 Mar 26 McNeese State W 9-0 Mar 26 McNeese State W 3-0 Mar 27 UL-Monroe W 7-0 Mar 27 UL-Monroe W 9-0 Mar 29 Indiana W 4-3 Mar 29 Indiana W 3-2 Mar 29 Indiana L 0-1 Apr 12 Mississippi State W 2-1 Apr 12 Mississippi State W 1-0 Apr 14 Southern Miss W 2-1 Apr 14 Southern Miss W 7-0 Apr 15 UL-Lafayette W 7-1 Apr 15 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 Apr 18 Nicholls State W 11-1 Apr 18 Nicholls State W 8-0 Apr 20 Texas A&M L 0-2

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Inn. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (10) 7 7 N/A 7 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 (11) (14) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 N/A 7 7

H/A/N Location H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. N Houma, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Fullerton, Calif. A Fullerton, Calif. A Long Beach, Calif. A Long Beach, Calif. A San Diego, Calif. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. N Oklahoma City, Okla. N Oklahoma City, Okla. N Oklahoma City, Okla. N Oklahoma City, Okla. N Oklahoma City, Okla. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Starkville, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A College Station, Texas

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L W W W W W W L W W W W W W W L L

1-2 7-1 4-2 2-0 6-2 3-0 5-2 1-3 9-1 1-0 1-0 3-0 19-0 4-0 1-0 0-1 3-4

(9) 7 7 7 7 7 (12) 7 7 7 (12) 7 N/A 7 7 (10) (13)

A College Station, Texas A Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Omaha, Neb. N Omaha, Neb.

- Nicholls State Tournament, Houma, La. - Oklahoma Invitational, Oklahoma City, Okla. - NCAA South Regional, Ruston, La. 4 - Women’s College World Series, Omaha, Neb. 1 2 3

1987

Record: 41-14; (Home: 17-1; Away: 10-5; Neutral: 14-8) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Mar 3 Northwestern State W 3-1 Mar 3 Northwestern State W 8-1 Mar 5 Baylor W 11-0 Mar 5 Baylor W 7-0 Mar 6 Oklahoma State1 W 1-0 Mar 6 Cal State-Fullerton1 L 0-7 Mar 6 Sam Houston State1 W 2-0 1 Mar 7 Baylor L 2-5 1 Mar 7 Texas A&M W 4-0 1 Mar 7 South Carolina W 2-0 Mar 13 Southwest Missouri W 3-1 Mar 13 Southwest Missouri W 5-4 Mar 15 Nicholls State L 0-3 Mar 15 Nicholls State L 1-3 Mar 16 Southern Illinois W 10-1 Mar 16 Southern Illinois W 6-3 Mar 19 Arizona2 L 1-2 2 Mar 19 Sam Houston State W 6-2 Mar 19 Oklahoma2 W 5-2 Mar 20 UL-Lafayette2 W 4-0 Mar 20 Nebraska2 L 0-2 Mar 20 Kansas2 W 4-1 2 Mar 21 Indiana L 1-2 Mar 25 UL-Monroe W 1-0 Mar 25 UL-Monroe W 1-0 Mar 28 Baylor W 5-2 Mar 28 Baylor W 11-0 Apr 4 Northwestern State W 6-0 Apr 4 Northwestern State W 6-1 Apr 7 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 Apr 7 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 3 Apr 10 George Mason W 4-0 3 Apr 10 South Carolina W 2-1 Apr 11 Furman3 W 1-0 3 Apr 11 South Florida L 0-3 Apr 11 Georgia State3 W 2-0 Apr 12 Nicholls State3 L 0-2 Apr 12 Florida State3 L 1-2 Apr 15 UL-Lafayette W 5-3 Apr 15 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 Apr 17 Nicholls State W 2-0 Apr 17 Nicholls State W 3-0 Apr 19 Texas A&M L 1-7 Apr 19 Texas A&M W 6-4 Apr 21 UL-Monroe W 2-1 Apr 21 UL-Monroe W 7-5 Apr 28 Stephen F. Austin W 3-0 Apr 28 Stephen F. Austin W 3-0 4 May 1 Bowling Green W 6-4 4 May 1 Northern Illinois W 7-6 May 1 Bradley4 W 3-0 May 2 Indiana4 L 0-2 May 2 Northern Illinois4 W 6-0 May 15 Texas A&M5 L 0-4 May 16 Texas A&M5 L 1-2

Inn. (10) 7 N/A 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 N/A 7 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

H/A/N Location A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. N Columbia, S.C. A Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Bloomington, Ind. N Bloomington, Ind. N Bloomington, Ind. A Bloomington, Ind. N Bloomington, Ind. A College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas

- Texas A&M Invitational, College Station, Texas - Houston Classic, Houston, Texas - Carolina Invitational, Columbia, S.C. 4 - Indiana Invitational, Bloomington, Ind. 5 - NCAA Central Regional, College Station, Texas 1 2 3

1988

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Record: 50-8; (Home: 21-4; Away: 10-1; Neutral: 19-3) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 21 McNeese State W 4-0 Feb 21 McNeese State W 6-0 Feb 27 Northwestern State W 10-8 Feb 27 Northwestern State W 2-0 Feb 29 Ball State W 6-2 Feb 29 Ball State W 1-0 1 Mar 4 Oklahoma State L 1-3 1 Mar 4 Illinois State L 0-1 Mar 5 Sam Houston State1 W 1-0 1 Mar 5 South Carolina W 1-0 1 Mar 6 McNeese State W 7-0 Mar 6 Texas A&M1 W 2-0 Mar 11 Florida State2 W 7-0 Mar 11 Temple2 W 1-0 Mar 11 North Carolina2 W 3-0 2 Mar 12 Eastern Michigan W 7-0 Mar 12 Virginia2 W 7-0 2 Mar 12 South Florida W 1-0 2 Mar 13 Central Michigan W 6-1 Mar 13 South Carolina2 W 1-0 Mar 24 South Carolina W 2-0 Mar 26 Baylor3 W 2-0 3 Mar 26 Indiana L 2-4 Mar 27 South Carolina3 W 5-1 3 Mar 27 Kent State W 4-0 Apr 4 UL-Monroe4 W 10-0 4 Apr 4 UL-Monroe W 4-1 Apr 6 Southern Miss W 3-0 Apr 6 Southern Miss W 5-0 Apr 7 Northwestern State W 2-0 Apr 7 Northwestern State W 1-0 Apr 8 UL-Lafayette W 5-0 Apr 8 UL-Lafayette L 1-2 5 Apr 15 Winthrop W 9-0 5 Apr 15 South Florida W 8-1 Apr 16 Iowa State5 W 4-3 Apr 16 Furman5 L 0-1 Apr 17 Nicholls State5 W 5-0 Apr 17 South Carolina5 W 3-1 5 Apr 17 Iowa State W 8-3 Apr 21 McNeese State W 4-0 Apr 21 McNeese State W 4-0 Apr 23 Texas A&M W 4-1 Apr 23 Texas A&M W 2-1 Apr 26 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 Apr 26 UL-Lafayette W 4-0 Apr 27 Stephen F. Austin W 4-0 Apr 27 Stephen F. Austin L 0-3 Apr 30 Nicholls State W 5-0 Apr 30 Nicholls State W 2-0 6 May 7 Michigan State W 4-1 May 7 Creighton6 W 5-1 May 8 Michigan State6 W 14-0 May 8 Creighton6 W 1-0 7 May 20 Florida State W 6-1 7 May 20 Texas A&M L 0-2 May 21 Texas A&M7 W 4-0 7 May 21 Texas A&M L 0-1

Inn. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 N/A 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 N/A 7 7 7 7 (8)

H/A/N Location A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N Tampa, Florida N Tampa, Florida N Tampa, Florida N Tampa, Florida N Tampa, Florida N Tampa, Florida N Tampa, Florida N Tampa, Florida H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Omaha, Neb. A Omaha, Neb. N Omaha, Neb. A Omaha, Neb. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

- Texas A&M Tournament, College Station, Texas - Florida Invitational, Tampa, Fla. 3 - William R. Johnson Memorial Tournament, Ruston, La. 4 - Pelican Cup Series, Monroe, La. 5 - Tennessee Invitational, Knoxville, Tenn. 6 - Creighton Tournament, Omaha, Neb. 7 - NCAA South Regional, Ruston, La. 1 2

1989

Record: 45-14; (Home: 20-6; Away: 12-3; Neutral: 13-5) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent Feb 19 McNeese State Feb 19 McNeese State Mar 9 Texas A&M1 Mar 10 Stephen F. Austin1 Mar 10 Texas State1 Mar 11 Ball State1 Mar 11 Utah State1 Mar 12 Texas A&M1 Mar 12 UL-Lafayette1 Mar 14 Stephen F. Austin Mar 14 Stephen F. Austin Mar 22 Indiana State Mar 22 Indiana State Mar 23 Ohio State2 Mar 24 Kent State2

W/L/T Score W 7-0 W 10-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 0-1 W 3-0 W 6-2 W 11-1 W 2-0 L 0-1 W 2-0 W 7-0 W 1-0 W 4-3 L 3-4

Inn. 7 N/A 7 7 7 7 7 N/A 7 (10) 7 7 (9) (8) (9)

H/A/N Location A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. A College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A Nacogdoches, Texas A Nacogdoches, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

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W W W W W L W W W W L L W W L W W W W W L L W W W W W L W W W L L W W W W W W W W L W L

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

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 (10) 7 (10) 7 7 7 (9) 7

H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. N Columbia, S.C. A Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. N Columbia, S.C. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Stillwater, Okla. N Stillwater, Okla. N Stillwater, Okla. A Stillwater, Okla. N Stillwater, Okla. N Stillwater, Okla. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Houma, La. A Houma, La. N Houma, La. A Houma, La. A Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla.

- Texas A&M Invitational, College Station, Texas - William R. Johnson Memorial Tournament, Ruston, La. - Carolina Invitational, Columbia, S.C. 4 - Pelican Cup Series, Ruston, La. 5 - Oklahoma State Tournament, Stillwater, Okla. 6 - Nicholls State Tournament, Houma, La. 7 - NCAA South Regional, Tallahassee, Fla. 1 2 3

1990

Record: 35-18; (Home: 19-3; Away: 11-9; Neutral: 5-6) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 18 McNeese State W 4-0 Feb 18 McNeese State W 8-1 Feb 24 Northwestern State W 2-0 Feb 24 Northwestern State L 1-2 Feb 27 Furman W 10-1 Feb 27 Furman W 3-1 Mar 1 Sam Houston State1 W 3-2 Mar 2 UT-Arlington1 W 1-0 Mar 2 UL-Monroe1 W 1-0 1 Mar 3 Nebraska W 3-0 1 Mar 3 UL-Monroe L 1-2 Mar 6 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 Mar 6 UL-Lafayette L 2-4 Mar 7 Nicholls State W 7-3 Mar 7 Nicholls State W 2-0 Mar 10 UL-Monroe2 W 6-1 2 Mar 11 UL-Monroe W 1-0 Mar 11 UL-Monroe2 W 3-0 Mar 17 Stephen F. Austin L 0-1 Mar 17 Stephen F. Austin W 5-1 3 Mar 22 South Carolina W 2-1 Mar 23 Southwest Missouri3 L 7-8 Mar 23 UT-Arlington3 W 6-0 Mar 24 South Carolina3 W 1-0 4 Mar 31 Southern Illinois L 1-2 4 Mar 31 Indiana L 0-4 Mar 31 Missouri4 L 3-4 4 Apr 1 Missouri L 0-3 Apr 1 Indiana4 W 3-0 Apr 5 Southeastern W 4-1 Apr 5 Southeastern W 9-6 Apr 7 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 Apr 7 UL-Lafayette W 3-1

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Inn. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

H/A/N Location A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas A Nacogdoches, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Columbia, Mo. N Columbia, Mo. A Columbia, Mo. A Columbia, Mo. A Columbia, Mo. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

Apr 8 UT-Arlington Apr 8 UT-Arlington Apr 14 Nicholls State Apr 14 Nicholls State Apr 17 Northwestern State Apr 17 Northwestern State Apr 19 McNeese State Apr 19 McNeese State Apr 21 Texas A&M Apr 21 Texas A&M Apr 24 Stephen F. Austin Apr 24 Stephen F. Austin Apr 27 Utah5 Apr 27 New Mexico5 Apr 28 Utah5 Apr 28 New Mexico5 Apr 29 Arizona5 Apr 29 Arizona5 May 6 Centenary May 6 Centenary

L 0-1 L 0-1 W 4-1 W 7-0 W 4-3 L 5-8 W 6-1 W 4-0 L 0-1 W 3-1 W 5-1 W 3-1 L 1-5 L 2-5 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 0-2 W FORFEIT W FORFEIT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

A Arlington, Texas A Arlington, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Albuquerque, N.M. A Albuquerque, N.M. N Albuquerque, N.M. A Albuquerque, N.M. N Albuquerque, N.M. N Albuquerque, N.M. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

- Texas A&M Invitational, College Station, Texas - Pelican Cup Series, Monroe, La. - William R. Johnson Memorial Tournament, Ruston, La. 4 - Missouri Tournament, Columbia, Mo. 5 - New Mexico Tournament, Albuquerque, N.M. 1 2 3

1991

Record: 15-19; (Home: 3-5; Away: 7-12; Neutral: 5-2) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 9 Southeastern W 3-0 Feb 9 Southeastern W 7-0 1 Feb 15 UL-Monroe L 2-3 1 Feb 16 Texas A&M L 0-1 Feb 17 Southern Miss1 W 3-2 Feb 24 Northwestern State L 1-2 Feb 26 Nicholls State L 0-1 Feb 26 Nicholls State W 3-2 Feb 27 UL-Lafayette L 0-1 Feb 27 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 Mar 1 Georgia State W 11-5 Mar 2 North Carolina L 2-6 Mar 2 South Carolina L 0-4 2 Mar 14 UT-Arlington W 2-1 2 Mar 15 Northern Illinois W 3-0 Mar 15 Oklahoma State2 W 1-0 Mar 19 Oklahoma City L 5-19 Mar 19 Oklahoma City W 2-1 Mar 20 Sam Houston State L 2-12 Mar 20 Sam Houston State L 1-6 Mar 25 McNeese State L 1-2 Mar 25 McNeese State L 0-1 Apr 4 Northwestern State W 2-0 Apr 4 Northwestern State L 0-4 Apr 5 Nicholls State L 2-6 Apr 5 Nicholls State L 0-5 Apr 20 South Florida3 L 0-2 3 Apr 20 East Carolina W 3-0 Apr 21 Georgia State3 W 4-0 Apr 25 McNeese State L 1-4 Apr 25 McNeese State W 2-1 May 2 UL-Monroe L 1-2 May 2 UL-Monroe W 1-0

Inn. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Mar 24 Missouri2 Mar 25 Ohio State2 Mar 25 Sam Houston State2 Mar 27 UL-Lafayette Mar 27 UL-Lafayette Mar 31 Furman3 Mar 31 South Carolina3 Apr 1 Furman3 Apr 1 South Carolina3 Apr 6 Northwestern State Apr 6 Northwestern State Apr 8 UL-Lafayette Apr 9 Nicholls State Apr 9 Nicholls State Apr 11 UL-Monroe4 Apr 12 UL-Monroe4 Apr 12 UL-Monroe4 Apr 14 Texas A&M5 Apr 14 Iowa State5 Apr 14 Oklahoma5 Apr 15 Oklahoma State5 Apr 15 Western Illinois5 Apr 15 Illinois State5 Apr 18 McNeese State Apr 18 McNeese State Apr 21 Southern Miss Apr 21 Southern Miss Apr 23 Texas A&M Apr 23 Texas A&M Apr 25 Northwestern State Apr 25 Northwestern State Apr 26 Stephen F. Austin Apr 26 Stephen F. Austin May 1 South Florida May 2 South Florida May 2 South Florida May 5 Florida State6 May 5 Nicholls State6 May 6 Florida State6 May 6 Nicholls State6 May 19 Florida State7 May 19 South Carolina7 May 20 South Carolina7 May 20 South Carolina7

H/A/N Location A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Atlanta, Ga. N Columbia, S.C. A Columbia, S.C. N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Huntsville, Texas A Huntsville, Texas A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La.

- UL-Monroe Tournament, Monroe, La. - Houston Tournament, Houston, Texas - Tennessee Tournament, Knoxville, Tenn.

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1992

Record: 32-29; (Home: 13-3; Away: 7-7; Neutral: 12-19) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 16 Southern Miss W 14-0 Feb 16 Southern Miss W 10-1 Feb 18 Northwestern State L 1-3 Feb 18 Northwestern State L 0-1 Feb 29 UT-Arlington1 L 1-4 Feb 29 Oklahoma State1 L 0-1 Mar 1 UT-Arlington1 L 0-3 Mar 1 Oklahoma State1 L 0-2 2 Mar 6 Missouri L 1-2 Mar 7 Illinois State2 L 4-5 2 Mar 7 UL-Monroe L 0-1 Mar 7 Ohio State2 L 0-1 Mar 7 South Carolina2 L 0-1 Mar 7 Minnesota2 L 0-1 Mar 8 Northern Illinois2 W 6-4 2 Mar 8 Texas A&M W 3-0

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Inn. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

H/A/N Location A Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas A Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas

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Mar 8 Nebraska2 Mar 10 South Carolina Mar 10 South Carolina Mar 13 Southern Illinois3 Mar 13 Illinois State3 Mar 13 UT-Arlington3 Mar 14 Northern Illinois3 Mar 14 Sam Houston State3 Mar 14 Indiana3 Mar 15 Colorado State3 Mar 15 Kansas3 Mar 15 Texas A&M3 Mar 20 Indiana4 Mar 20 UT-Arlington4 Mar 20 Sam Houston State4 Mar 20 Arizona State4 Mar 20 Colorado State4 Mar 20 UTSA4 Mar 23 Southwest Missouri Mar 23 Southwest Missouri Mar 24 McNeese State Mar 24 McNeese State Apr 3 Nicholls State Apr 3 Nicholls State Apr 4 UL-Lafayette Apr 4 UL-Lafayette Apr 11 Delta State Apr 11 Delta State Apr 12 Centenary Apr 12 Centenary Apr 17 Georgia State5 Apr 17 UNC-Wilmington5 Apr 17 South Florida5 Apr 18 Furman5 Apr 18 Southeastern5 Apr 19 Furman5 Apr 19 South Florida Apr 22 McNeese State Apr 22 McNeese State Apr 23 Stephen F. Austin Apr 23 Stephen F. Austin Apr 26 UL-Lafayette Apr 26 UL-Lafayette May 1 UL-Monroe May 1 UL-Monroe

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

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N College Station, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas N Houston, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. N Knoxville, Tenn. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

- UT-Arlington Tournament, Arlington, Texas - Texas A&M Tournament #1, College Station, Texas - Texas A&M Tournament #2, College Station, Texas 4 - Houston Classic, Houston, Texas 5 - Tennessee Tournament, Knoxvillle, Tennessee 1 2 3

1993

Record: 21-15; (Home: 5-5; Away: 10-3; Neutral: 6-7) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 13 McNeese State W 1-0 Feb 13 McNeese State W 10-2 Feb 20 Stephen F. Austin W 10-1 Feb 20 Stephen F. Austin W 11-1 Feb 28 Centenary W 8-2 Feb 28 Centenary L 1-3 Mar 3 UL-Lafayette L 0-10 Mar 3 UL-Lafayette L 0-6 Mar 4 Southeastern W 2-0 Mar 4 Southeastern W 6-5 Mar 9 UL-Monroe W 5-0 Mar 9 UL-Monroe W 5-1 Mar 27 Southeastern W 5-0 Mar 27 Southeastern W 5-4 Mar 28 Northwestern State L 1-3 Mar 28 Northwestern State L 1-2 Apr 2 Nebraska1 L 2-4 Apr 2 Southwest Missouri1 L 0-1 1 Apr 3 Nebraska L 1-4 Apr 7 Delta State W 6-0 Apr 13 Centenary W 3-2 Apr 13 Centenary W 10-8 Apr 16 UNC-Wilmington2 W 5-3 Apr 16 Georgia State2 W 4-3 Apr 16 East Carolina2 L 3-4 2 Apr 17 Winthrop W 5-4 Apr 17 Nicholls State2 W 7-3 2 Apr 18 McNeese State W 4-1 Apr 18 South Carolina2 W 4-1 2 Apr 18 Texas A&M L 0-4 Apr 22 McNeese State L 3-6 Apr 22 McNeese State W 4-3 Apr 24 UL-Lafayette L 1-3 Apr 24 UL-Lafayette L 1-2

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Inn. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

H/A/N Location A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas A Nacogdoches, Texas A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Springfield, Mo. N Springfield, Mo. N Springfield, Mo. A Cleveland, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

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Apr 27 Northwestern State3 Apr 27 Northwestern State3 1 2 3

L L

1-4 0-1

N/A N/A

N Alexandria, La. N Alexandria, La.

- Southwest Missouri State Tournament, Springfield, Mo. - Frost Cultery Collegiate Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn. - St. Francis Cabrini Classic, Alexandria, La.

1994

Record: 39-15; (Home: 12-4; Away: 18-7; Neutral: 9-4) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 12 McNeese State W 7-1 Feb 12 McNeese State W 2-1 Feb 15 Texas A&M L 4-5 Feb 15 Texas A&M L 4-5 Feb 19 Southeastern W 2-0 Feb 19 Southeastern W 5-1 Feb 24 Tulsa W 6-4 Feb 27 Georgia State W 3-1 Feb 27 Georgia State W 7-0 Feb 28 Georgia Tech L 2-6 Feb 28 Georiga Tech W 2-0 Mar 3 Furman W 5-2 Mar 3 Furman W 3-2 Mar 4 Samford W 4-0 Mar 4 Samford W 4-0 Mar 7 Evansville W 4-0 Mar 7 Evansville W 9-0 Mar 10 UL-Lafayette L 1-2 Mar 10 UL-Lafayette L 0-4 Mar 13 Northwestern State W 2-0 Mar 13 Northwestern State L 0-1 Mar 15 UL-Monroe W 2-0 Mar 15 UL-Monroe W 5-0 1 Mar 18 Iowa State W 5-0 1 Mar 18 Eastern Illinois L 5-7 Mar 18 Florida State1 L 0-2 1 Mar 19 Indiana W 6-2 Mar 19 Eastern Michigan1 L 2-3 Mar 24 Centenary W 4-1 Mar 24 Centenary W 6-0 Mar 26 Nicholls State W 4-2 Mar 26 Nicholls State W 7-3 Mar 29 Stephen F. Austin W 5-4 Apr 1 Southeastern W 8-0 Apr 1 Southeastern W 7-0 Apr 8 Centenary L 5-6 Apr 8 Centenary W 7-1 Apr 9 McNeese State W 3-2 Apr 9 McNeese State L 3-5 Apr 10 Stephen F. Austin W 5-4 Apr 10 Stephen F. Austin W 7-4 2 Apr 15 Charlotte W 8-3 2 Apr 15 East Carolina W 2-1 Apr 15 South Florida2 W 3-0 Apr 16 Southeast Missouri2 W 3-1 Apr 16 George Mason2 W 5-0 Apr 17 UL-Lafayette2 L 0-1 2 Apr 17 Texas A&M L 1-2 Apr 23 UL-Lafayette W 5-4 Apr 23 UL-Lafayette L 1-2 3 Apr 26 Northwestern State W 6-5 Apr 26 Northwestern State3 W 9-1 Apr 28 UL-Monroe L 1-2 Apr 28 UL-Monroe W 7-1 1 2 3

Inn. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A (10) N/A N/A N/A

H/A/N Location A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. A College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. H Ruston, La. A Atlanta, Ga. A Atlanta, Ga. A Atlanta, Ga. A Atlanta, Ga. A Greenville, S.C. A Greenville, S.C. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. N Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. A Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas A Nacogdoches, Texas N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Alexandria, La. N Alexandria, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. 

- Florida State Tournament, Tallahassee, Florida - Frost Cultery Collegiate Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn. - St. Francis Cabrini Classic, Alexandria, La.

1995

Record: 40-14; (Home: 13-3; Away: 9-4; Neutral: 18-7) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent Feb 12 Centenary Feb 12 Centenary Feb 18 Nicholls State Feb 18 Nicholls State Feb 18 Mobile College Feb 24 Delta State1 Feb 24 Oklahoma City1 Feb 25 Centenary1 Feb 25 UL-Monroe1 Mar 2 UT-Arlington2 Mar 2 Tulsa2 Mar 3 Notre Dame2 Mar 7 South Florida3 Mar 7 South Florida3 Mar 9 Ball State3

W/L/T Score W 3-1 W 7-0 L 0-1 L 0-4 W 8-0 W 8-0 L 5-11 W 4-2 W 1-0 W 3-0 L 5-8 W 4-2 W 4-0 W 6-0 W 7-0

Inn. 7 7 N/A N/A N/A 5 7 7 7 6 7 7 N/A N/A 7

H/A/N Location A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. N Thibodaux, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A Tampa, Fla. A Tampa, Fla. N Tampa, Fla.

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W W W W L L L L L W W W W W W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L L

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

5 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 9 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N Tampa, Fla. N Tampa, Fla. N Tampa, Fla. N Tampa, Fla. N Tampa, Fla. N Tampa, Fla. N Tampa, Fla. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga, Tenn. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Lafayette, La. N Lafayette, La.

- UL-Monroe, Tournament, Monroe, La. - Texas A&M Tournament, College Station, Texas 3 - South Florida Tournament, Tampa, Fla. 4 - Frost Cutlery Tournament, Chatanooga, Tenn. 5 - NCAA Tournament, Lafayette, La. 1 2

1996

Record: 36-12; (Home: 16-0; Away: 12-5; Neutral: 8-7) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 11 Centenary W 15-0 Feb 11 Centenary L 3-4 Feb 14 Southeastern W 1-0 Feb 14 Southeastern L 2-3 Feb 16 Stephen F. Austin1 W 7-3 Feb 16 Utah1 W 4-1 Feb 17 Oklahoma1 L 0-2 Feb 18 Oklahoma State1 L 3-4 Feb 19 Baylor W 11-2 Feb 20 Texas State W 5-3 Feb 20 Texas State W 1-0 2 Feb 23 Wichita State W 5-1 Feb 23 Long Beach State2 W 1-0 Feb 24 Texas A&M2 L 1-5 Feb 24 Wichita State2 W 5-0 2 Feb 25 Texas A&M L 3-8 2 Feb 25 Long Beach State L 4-8 Mar 1 Cal3 L 1-2 3 Mar 1 DePaul W 2-0 3 Mar 2 Oklahoma State L 1-3 Mar 2 UNLV3 L 2-3 Mar 3 Utah3 L 2-7 Mar 7 UL-Monroe W 5-0 Mar 7 UL-Monroe W 4-0 Mar 12 Northwestern State W 3-1 Mar 12 Northwestern State W 5-1 Mar 17 UL-Lafayette L 1-2 Mar 17 UL-Lafayette W 4-1 Mar 23 Baylor W 1-0 Mar 23 Baylor W 4-2 Mar 28 Nicholls State W 8-2 Mar 28 Nicholls State W 2-1 Mar 29 Texas State W 5-0 Mar 29 Texas State W 7-0 Apr 9 Centenary W 3-0 Apr 9 Centenary W 8-0 Apr 10 Southeastern W 1-0 Apr 10 Southeastern W 8-0 Apr 15 Stephen F. Austin W 2-1 Apr 15 Stephen F. Austin W 5-0

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Inn. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

H/A/N Location A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N Arlingotn, Texas N Arlington, Texas A Waco, Texas A San Marcos, Texas A San Marcos, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N Columbus, Ga. N Columbus, Ga. N Columbus, Ga. N Columbus, Ga. N Columbus, Ga. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

Apr 18 Samford Apr 18 Samford Apr 20 Mercer4 Apr 20 George Mason4 Tenn. Apr 25 Northwestern State Apr 25 Northwestern State Apr 27 UT-Arlington Apr 27 UT-Arlington

W W W W

7-1 4-0 3-0 13-0

N/A N/A N/A N/A

A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. N Chattanooga, Tenn. N Chattanooga,

W W W W

1-0 8-0 6-1 9-2

N/A N/A N/A N/A

H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

- UT-Arlington Tournament, Arlington, Texas - Texas A&M Tournament, College Station, Texas - NSCA Tournament, Columbus, Ga. 4 - Frost Cutlery Tournament, Chatanooga, Tenn. 1 2 3

1997

Record: 35-17; (Home: 10-3; Away: 12-6; Neutral: 13-8) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 9 Centenary W 13-0 Feb 9 Centenary W 8-0 Feb 11 Southeastern W 2-1 Feb 11 Southeastern W 13-0 Feb 16 Minnesota L 0-2 Feb 16 Stephen F. Austin W 14-1 Feb 17 UT-Arlington L 0-1 Feb 17 UT-Arlington W 5-1 1 Feb 21 Oklahoma L 0-1 1 Feb 21 UL-Monroe L 1-4 Feb 22 Southern Illinois1 W 2-0 Feb 22 Mississippi1 W 10-0 Feb 23 UT-Martin1 W 10-1 Feb 23 Northwestern State1 W 5-0 1 Feb 26 Oklahoma City L 0-5 Feb 28 Georgia W 10-0 Feb 28 Georgia W 5-1 2 Mar 1 Washington L 1-2 2 Mar 1 Florida State W 6-2 Mar 1 Oklahoma2 W 2-1 Mar 2 Connecticut2 W 7-1 Mar 7 Northwestern State3 L 1-2 3 Mar 7 Northern Illinois L 6-9 Mar 7 Texas A&M3 W 7-2 3 Mar 8 Northern Illinois W 7-0 3 Mar 8 Ohio State W 3-1 Mar 9 Ohio State3 L 2-3 Mar 9 Texas A&M3 W 1-0 Mar 13 Florida State4 W 3-2 Mar 14 Northern Iowa4 L 1-2 Mar 14 Massachusetts4 W 2-1 4 Mar 14 South Florida W 3-1 Mar 15 Furman4 W 1-0 4 Mar 15 Michigan State L 0-3 Mar 25 Northwestern State L 2-8 Apr 3 Stephen F. Austin W 7-1 Apr 7 Southeastern W 9-1 Apr 7 Southeastern W 6-1 Apr 14 UL-Lafayette W 1-0 Apr 14 UL-Lafayette L 1-7 Apr 15 UL-Monroe W 2-0 Apr 15 UL-Monroe L 4-7 Apr 18 Centenary W 1-0 Apr 18 Centenary W 6-1 Apr 23 Northwestern State L 1-3 Apr 23 Northwestern State W 4-3 Apr 24 Texas State W 3-2 Apr 24 Texas State W 3-0 Apr 25 Mississippi State W 5-2 Apr 25 Mississippi State L 2-3 Apr 26 Mississippi L 5-6 Apr 27 Georgia Tech W 8-6

Inn. 5 5 7 6 7 6 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 8 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 (12) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 5 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 (10) (8) 7

H/A/N Location A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Arlington, Texas A Arlington, Texas N Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Athens, Ga. A Athens, Ga. N Columbus, Ga. N Columbus, Ga. N Columbus, Ga. N Columbus, Ga. N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. N Tallahassee, Fla. A Natchitoches, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Starkville, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. A Oxford, Miss. H Ruston, La.

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Mar 9 Robert Morris3 Mar 10 Ball State3 Mar 10 Indiana3 Mar 11 Northern Illinois3 Mar 11 Temple3 Mar 12 Virginia3 Mar 12 Oklahoma State3 Mar 19 UL-Lafayette Mar 19 UL-Lafayette Mar 22 Southeastern Mar 22 Southeastern Mar 30 Samford Mar 30 Samford Mar 31 South Carolina Mar 31 South Carolina Apr 1 McNeese State Apr 1 McNeese State Apr 2 Southeastern Apr 2 Southeastern Apr 6 Centenary Apr 6 Centenary Apr 7 Northwestern State Apr 7 Northwestern State Apr 14 Middle Tennessee4 Apr 14 Georgia Southern4 Apr 14 Illinois-Chicago4 Apr 15 East Carolina4 Apr 15 Coastal Carolina4 Apr 16 South Carolina4 Apr 16 UL-Lafayette4 Apr 16 Nicholls State4 Apr 25 Northwestern State Apr 26 Northwestern State Apr 27 UL-Monroe Apr 27 UL-Monroe Apr 30 Texas A&M Apr 30 Texas A&M May 19 Washington5 May 20 Nicholls State5

- Mardi Gras Classic, Monroe, La. - NSCA Tournament, Columbus, Ga. - Texas A&M Tournament, College Station, Texas 4 - Florida State Seminole Classic, Tallahassee, Fla. 1 2 3

1998

Record: 33-19; (Home: 15-7; Away: 12-6; Neutral: 5-6) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 7 Centenary W 9-1 Feb 7 Centenary W 6-0 1 Feb 13 Oklahoma State L 2-4 1 Feb 13 Sam Houston State W 3-2 Feb 14 Kentucky1 W 11-1 Feb 14 New Mexico1 L 2-3 Feb 15 Tulsa1 W 2-0 1 Feb 15 New Mexico State L 5-7

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Inn. 5 7 7 7 6 7 7 7

H/A/N Location A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas

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Feb 20 Nicholls State2 Feb 20 Arkansas2 Feb 21 Northwestern State2 Feb 21 Oklahoma City2 Feb 21 Tennessee2 Feb 24 Jackson State Feb 24 Jackson State Mar 4 LSU Mar 4 LSU Mar 5 Southeastern Mar 5 Southeastern Mar 10 UL-Monroe Mar 10 UL-Monroe Mar 13 Virginia Mar 13 Virginia Mar 14 Butler Mar 14 Butler Mar 15 Samford Mar 15 Samford Mar 17 Alabama Mar 17 Alabama Mar 18 Samford Mar 18 Samford Mar 24 Northwestern State Mar 24 Northwestern State Mar 27 Georgia Mar 27 Georgia Apr 2 Grambling State Apr 2 Grambling State Apr 7 Northwestern State Apr 7 Northwestern State Apr 8 Southeastern Apr 8 Southeastern Apr 10 Texas State Apr 10 Texas State Apr 13 UT-Arlington Apr 13 UT-Arlington Apr 16 UL-Monroe Apr 16 UL-Monroe Apr 23 Centenary Apr 23 Centenary Apr 25 UL-Lafayette Apr 25 UL-Lafayette 1 2

L W L L W W W L L W W L W W L W L W W L L W W W L L L W W W W W L W W W W L W W W W L

0-4 5-1 1-3 5-6 4-2 17-0 19-4 1-3 2-3 6-1 9-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 0-2 5-0 0-3 3-1 11-1 2-3 2-3 9-0 8-0 3-0 1-9 1-5 3-4 13-0 13-0 1-0 5-1 5-0 2-3 3-2 2-1 8-0 4-0 1-2 10-2 8-1 1-0 3-1 1-12

7 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 6 5 7 5 7 7 5 5 (10) 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 6 7 7 7 5

N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Jackson, Miss. A Jackson, Miss. A Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Tuscaloosa, Ala. A Tuscaloosa, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

- UT-Arlington Pepsi Classic, Arlington, Texas - NLU Mardi Gras Classic, Monroe, La.

1999

Record: 32-19; (Home: 12-4; Away: 17-6; Neutral: 4-8) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: N/A Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 5 Centenary W 5-3 Feb 5 Centenary W 8-0 Feb 7 Stephen F. Austin W 10-2 Feb 7 Stephen F. Austin W 10-8 Feb 10 UL-Monroe W 1-0 Feb 10 UL-Monroe L 1-2 Feb 15 UT-Arlington W 15-1 Feb 15 UT-Arlington L 0-2 Feb 16 Texas State W 1-0 Feb 16 Texas State L 2-3 1 Feb 19 Southern Miss L 1-8 Feb 19 Stephen F. Austin1 W 4-0 Feb 20 Centenary1 W 2-1 Feb 20 Oklahoma City1 L 0-2 1 Feb 21 Southern Illinois W 3-0 Feb 21 Southern Miss1 L 1-2 1 Feb 21 Stephen F. Austin L 1-3 Feb 24 Northwestern State W 1-0 Mar 3 Samford W 4-0 Mar 3 Samford W 11-0 Mar 4 Georgia Southern L 2-3 Mar 4 Georgia Southern W 9-0 Mar 5 Charleston Southern W 10-0 Mar 5 Charleston Southern W 7-2 Mar 8 College of Charleston W 6-0 Mar 8 College of Charleston W 3-0 Mar 14 UL-Lafayette L 3-5 Mar 14 UL-Lafayette L 0-10 Mar 18 Southeastern W 3-0 Mar 18 Southeastern W 7-6 Mar 21 South Arkansas W 6-0 Mar 21 South Arkansas W 2-0 Mar 26 Sam Houston State L 0-1 Mar 26 Sam Houston State W 1-0 Mar 29 Nicholls State W 4-1 Apr 1 Southeastern W 8-0 Apr 1 Southeastern W 8-0 Apr 6 Northwestern State W 2-1 Apr 13 LSU L 0-1

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Inn. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

H/A/N Location A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas A Nacogdoches, Texas A Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. A Arlington, Texas A Arlington, Texas A San Marcos, Texas A San Marcos, Texas N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Statesboro, Ga. A Statesboro, Ga. A Charleston, S.C. A Charleston, S.C. A Charleston, S.C. A Charleston, S.C. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

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Apr 13 LSU Apr 15 Arkansas-Monticello Apr 15 Arkansas-Monticello Apr 17 McNeese State2 Apr 17 Jacksonville State2 Apr 17 Southern Miss2 Apr 18 Jacksonville State2 Apr 18 McNeese State2 Apr 22 UL-Monroe Apr 22 UL-Monroe Apr 27 Centenary Apr 27 Centenary 1 2

L W W W L L L L L W W W

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

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

- UL-Monroe Tournament, Monroe, La. - Southern Miss Tournament, Hattiesburg, Miss.

2000 Sun Belt Membership Begins

Record: 21-22; (Home: 5-5; Away: 15-9; Neutral: 1-8) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: 572 (57 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 5 Southeastern W 8-0 Feb 5 Southeastern W 10-2 Feb 6 Nicholls State W 7-1 Feb 6 Nicholls State W 2-0 1 Feb 11 UTSA L 1-8 1 Feb 11 Oklahoma State L 0-11 Feb 11 Auburn1 L 0-6 1 Feb 12 UT-Arlington L 0-2 1 Feb 12 Kentucky L 4-5 Feb 18 UL-Monroe2 L 0-4 Feb 18 Wisconsin2 W 1-0 Feb 19 Syracuse2 L 2-6 Feb 19 Southern Miss2 L 0-10 2 Feb 20 UT-Arlington L 1-4 Feb 23 Northwestern State L 0-9 Feb 27 West Alabama W 7-1 Feb 27 West Alabama W 5-3 Feb 28 UAB W 1-0 Feb 28 UAB W 4-2 Feb 29 Samford W 4-1 Feb 29 Samford W 3-1 Mar 1 Auburn L 3-4 Mar 1 Auburn L 0-3 Mar 8 Southeastern W 1-0 Mar 8 Southeastern L 1-2 Mar 21 Centenary W 12-1 Mar 22 UL-Monroe L 3-4 Mar 27 Centenary W 7-4 Mar 28 Jackson State W 11-1 Mar 28 Jackson State W 10-1 Apr 4 Southern Arkansas L 0-9 Apr 4 Southern Arkansas W 3-2 Apr 6 UT-Arlington L 0-3 Apr 6 UT-Arlington W 3-2 Apr 11 LSU L 0-6 Apr 11 LSU L 1-8 Apr 18 Northwestern State L 0-7 Apr 21 Goshen College W 7-3 Apr 25 UL-Monroe L 0-5 Apr 26 Centenary W 5-0 Apr 26 Centenary W 2-0 Apr 28 UL-Lafayette3 L 0-16 Apr 29 Western Kentucky3 L 1-6 1 2 2

Inn. 5 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 5 7 6 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7

H/A/N Location A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. N Grand Prairie, Texas N Grand Prairie, Texas N Grand Prairie, Texas A Grand Prairie, Texas N Grand Prairie, Texas A Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Livingston, Ala. A Livingston, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Auburn, Ala. A Auburn, Ala. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Shreveport, La. A Monroe, La. A Shreveport, La. A Jackson, Miss. A Jackson, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. H Ruston, La. A Goshen, Ind. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lafayette, La. N Lafayette, La.

- UTA Tournament, Grand Prairie, Texas - ULM Tournament, Monroe, La. - Sun Belt Tournament, Lafayette, La.

2001

Record: 20-31; 4-16 Sun Belt (Home: 11-7; Away: 6-14; Neutral: 3-10) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: 1,942 (108 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 4 Centenary W 2-0 Feb 4 Centenary W 5-2 1 Feb 9 Oklahoma L 1-3 1 Feb 9 BYU L 3-11 Feb 9 UTSA1 L 2-3 Feb 10 Texas A&M1 L 0-8 Feb 10 BYU1 L 0-8 Feb 28 Sam Houston State L 0-5 Feb 28 Sam Houston State W 2-0 Mar 1 Houston Baptist W 4-0 Mar 1 Houston Baptist W 2-1 2 Mar 3 Loyola-Chicago L 1-2 Mar 3 Texas A&M-CC2 L 2-3 Mar 3 UT-Arlington2 W 5-1 Mar 4 Purdue2 L 1-2 2 Mar 4 Loyola-Chicago L 1-2

Inn. 7 7 7 6 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7

H/A/N Location A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas N Arlington, Texas A Huntsville, Texas A Huntsville, Texas A Houston, Texas A Houston, Texas N Corpus Christi, Texas A Corpus Christi, Texas N Corpus Christi, Texas N Corpus Christi, Texas N Corpus Christi, Texas

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W W L W W W W W W W W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W W L L L L L L

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

7 9 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7

A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Murfreesboro, Tenn. N Murfreesboro, Tenn. A Murfreesboro, Tenn. A Murfreesboro, Tenn. A Murfreesboro, Tenn. A Murfreesboro, Tenn. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Miami, Fla. A Miami, Fla. A Miami, Fla. A Miami, Fla. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. N Las Cruces, N.M. N Las Cruces, N.M. 

- Arlington Invitational, Arlington, Texas - Texas A&M Corpus Christi Tournament, Corpus Christi, Texas - Sun Belt Tournament, Las Cruces, N.M.

2002 Western Athletic Conference Membership Begins

Record: 21-27; 3-21 WAC (Home: 7-13; Away: 12-14; Neutral: 2-0) Coach: Bill Galloway Home Attendance: 2,230 (112 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 4 Central Arkansas W 12-1 Feb 4 Central Arkansas W 6-1 Feb 13 Northwestern State L 0-5 Feb 17 Birmingham Southern W 9-0 Feb 17 Birmingham Southern W 7-1 Feb 27 Sam Houston State W 3-2 Feb 27 Sam Houston State L 2-3 Feb 28 Nicholls State W 4-1 Feb 28 Nicholls State W 2-1 Mar 5 Southeastern W 3-2 Mar 5 Southeastern L 0-8 Mar 8 Prairie View A&M W 7-0 Mar 8 Prairie View A&M W 9-0 Mar 14 Northwestern State L 2-3 Mar 21 Centenary L 1-4 Mar 21 Centenary W 4-0 Mar 23 Tulsa* L 0-1 Mar 23 Tulsa* L 0-2 Mar 25 Centenary L 0-2 Mar 25 Centenary W 2-0 Mar 28 Portland State* W 2-1 Mar 28 Portland State* L 0-4 Mar 30 Loyola-Marymount* L 0-3 Apr 1 Jackson State W 5-1 Apr 1 Jackson State W 10-1 Apr 4 San Jose State* W 4-1 Apr 4 San Jose State* L 5-6 Apr 6 Fresno State* L 0-3 Apr 6 Fresno State* L 0-9 Apr 11 Stephen F. Austin W 4-0 Apr 11 Stephen F. Austin W 4-3 Apr 12 Hawaii* L 0-3 Apr 12 Hawaii* W 4-1 Apr 13 Hawaii* L 0-5 Apr 13 Hawaii* L 1-5 Apr 18 Portland State* L 0-4 Apr 18 Portland State* L 2-3 Apr 19 Loyola-Marymount* L 0-1 Apr 19 Loyola-Marymount* L 1-7 Apr 19 Loyola-Marymount* L 0-4 Apr 23 Grambling State W 8-0 Apr 23 Grambling State W 9-0 Apr 25 Fresno State* L 0-3 Apr 25 Fresno State* L 0-2 Apr 27 San Jose State* L 0-4

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Inn. 5 7 7 6 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 5 7 5 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 5 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 (11) 7 7 6 5 (18) 7 7

H/A/N Location A Conway, Ark. A Conway, Ark. A Natchitoches, La. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Huntsville, Texas A Huntsville, Texas A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. A Prairie View, Texas A Prairie View, Texas H Ruston, La. A Shreveport, La. A Shreveport, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Clinton, Miss. N Clinton, Miss. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. A Fresno, Cali. A Fresno, Cali. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Portland, Ore. A Portland, Ore. A Los Angeles, Calif. A Los Angeles, Calif. A Los Angeles, Calif. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

Apr 27 San Jose State* Apr 29 Tulsa* Apr 29 Tulsa*

L L L

2-4 0-4 1-6

7 7 7

H Ruston, La. A Tulsa, Okla. A Tulsa, Okla.

2003

Record: 16-42; 6-14 WAC (Home: 9-12; Away: 5-21; Neutral: 2-9) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 1,440 (72 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 8 Centenary W 7-6 Feb 8 Centenary L 2-4 Feb 11 UL-Lafayette L 0-8 Feb 11 UL-Lafayette L 0-4 1 Feb 14 UL-Monroe L 2-4 Feb 16 Baylor1 L 2-3 Feb 16 Mercer1 L 2-6 Feb 22 Baylor2 L 0-14 Feb 22 Tulsa2 L 1-5 Feb 22 UAB2 L 1-8 2 Feb 23 Baylor L 5-6 2 Feb 23 UAB W 4-1 Feb 28 Nicholls State W 7-6 Feb 28 Nicholls State L 0-7 Mar 1 Birmingham Southern3 L 3-6 Mar 1 Nicholls State3 W 1-0 Mar 2 Connecticut3 L 0-4 3 Mar 2 Connecticut L 0-3 Mar 5 Northwestern State L 1-4 Mar 8 Houston L 0-2 Mar 8 Houston L 0-6 Mar 12 Southeastern L 3-4 Mar 12 Southeastern W 7-1 Mar 15 Birmingham-Southern4 W 4-1 Mar 15 Troy4 L 2-3 Mar 16 Troy4 L 1-4 4 Mar 16 Birmingham-Southern W 3-0 Mar 19 UL-Monroe L 3-6 Mar 21 Sam Houston State L 1-2 Mar 21 Sam Houston State L 1-3 Mar 26 Northwestern State L 1-5 Mar 26 Northwestern State W 2-1 Apr 1 Jackson State W 10-0 Apr 1 Jackson State W 1-0 Apr 2 Stephen F. Austin L 1-5 Apr 2 Stephen F. Austin L 3-6 Apr 4 Centenary L 2-5 Apr 5 Tulsa* W 2-1 Apr 5 Tulsa* W 2-1 Apr 10 Fresno State* L 0-3 Apr 10 Fresno State* L 1-10 Apr 12 San Jose State* W 7-2 Apr 12 San Jose State* W 3-2 Apr 18 Nevada* L 2-11 Apr 18 Nevada* L 4-6 Apr 19 Nevada* W 7-0 Apr 19 Nevada* W 9-1 Apr 23 UL-Monroe L 2-3 Apr 26 Tulsa* L 0-1 Apr 26 Tulsa* L 1-2 May 2 Hawaii* L 3-6 May 2 Hawaii* L 3-8 May 3 Hawaii* L 3-6 May 3 Hawaii* L 0-7 May 8 Fresno State* L 0-9 May 8 Fresno State* L 0-2 May 10 San Jose State* L 4-5 May 10 San Jose State* L 0-1

Inn. (9) 7 5 L L L L L L 7 (8) 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 (10) (9) 7 7 7 (8) 5 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 (9) 7

H/A/N Location H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas A Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. N Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. N Thibodaux, La. N Thibodaux, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Houston, Texas A Houston, Texas H Hammond, La. H Hammond, La. A Birmingham, Ala. N Birmingham, Ala. N Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas A Nacogdoches, Texas A Shreveport, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. A Monroe, La. A Tulsa, Okla. A Tulsa, Okla. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif.

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Mar 13 Northwestern State Mar 21 Nicholls State Mar 21 Nicholls State Mar 23 Jackson State Mar 23 Jackson State Mar 26 Samford Mar 26 Samford Apr 2 Centenary Apr 2 Centenary Apr 5 Belmont Apr 5 Belmont Apr 6 Middle Tennessee* Apr 6 Middle Tennessee* Apr 7 Middle Tennessee* Apr 7 Middle Tennessee* Apr 10 Southeastern Apr 13 UL-Lafayette* Apr 13 UL-Lafayette* Apr 14 UL-Lafayette* Apr 14 UL-Lafayette* Apr 20 FIU* Apr 20 FIU* Apr 21 FIU* Apr 21 FIU* Apr 24 Northwestern State Apr 27 Western Kentucky* Apr 27 Western Kentucky* Apr 28 Western Kentucky* Apr 28 Western Kentucky* May 6 New Mexico State* May 6 New Mexico State* May 7 New Mexico State* May 7 New Mexico State* May 11 FIU 3 May 11 Western Kentucky3

- ULM Tournament, Monroe, La. - Baylor Tournament, Waco, Texas - Nicholls State Tournament, Thibodaux, La. 4 - Birmingham Southern Tournament, Birmingham, Ala. 1 2 3

2004

Record: 27-33; 10-11 WAC (Home: 9-9; Away: 10-18; Neutral: 8-6) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 3,135 (178 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 6 Jackson State1 W 30-0 Feb 6 Mississippi State1 L 1-6 Feb 7 Bradley1 W 7-0 Feb 7 Jackson State1 W 12-4 1 Feb 8 Bradley W 6-4 Feb 8 Mississippi State1 L 0-1 2 Feb 14 Northwestern State L 1-2 Feb 15 McNeese State2 W 2-1 2 Feb 15 UL-Lafayette L 1-11 Feb 17 McNeese State W 2-1 Feb 20 Southern Miss3 W 4-0 Feb 20 Alcorn State3 W 8-0 Feb 21 UTSA3 L 1-9

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Inn. 5 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 6

H/A/N Location N Starkville, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. N Lafayette, La. N Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lake Charles, La. N Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La.

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Feb 21 LSU3 Feb 22 LSU3 Feb 27 Lipscomb4 Feb 27 Tennessee4 Feb 28 Baylor4 Feb 28 Tennessee4 Feb 28 Lipscomb4 Mar 3 Northwestern State Mar 10 Centenary Mar 16 Northwestern State Mar 18 Southern Miss Mar 18 Southern Miss Mar 20 UTSA Mar 20 UTSA Mar 24 Stephen F. Austin Mar 24 Stephen F. Austin Mar 27 Tulsa* Mar 27 Tulsa* Mar 30 UL-Monroe Apr 1 Fresno State* Apr 1 Fresno State* Apr 3 Nevada* Apr 3 Nevada* Apr 8 San Jose State* Apr 8 San Jose State* Apr 10 UTEP* Apr 10 UTEP* Apr 14 UL-Lafayette Apr 14 UL-Lafayette Apr 15 Nicholls State Apr 15 Nicholls State Apr 20 UL-Monroe Apr 21 Southeastern Apr 21 Southeastern Apr 22 Centenary Apr 24 Tulsa* Apr 30 Hawaii* Apr 30 Hawaii* May 1 Hawaii* May 1 Hawaii* May 4 San Diego State May 6 Fresno State* May 6 Fresno State* May 8 Nevada* May 8 Nevada* May 15 San Jose State* May 15 San Jose State*

L L W L L L W W W W L L L L W L L L L L L L W W W W W L L W W W L L W W W L W L L L L L L W W

0-3 2-3 1-0 1-9 0-2 0-1 8-2 3-1 2-1 3-1 3-4 5-6 0-7 1-5 2-1 0-3 0-2 0-8 3-8 0-2 4-8 0-2 3-0 3-1 4-2 12-6 8-4 1-4 1-4 6-1 1-0 9-6 0-1 2-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-3 5-4 3-5 0-6 1-5 0-2 5-6 3-7 2-1 2-1

7 7 7 6 7 (9) 7 7 (9) 7 (9) (8) 7 7 7 (8) 7 5 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 (8) 7

A Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. N Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas A Natchitoches, La. A Shreveport, La. H Ruston, La. A Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Tulsa, Okla. A Tulsa, Okla. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. A El Paso, Texas A El Paso, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A San Diego, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. 

- Mississippi State Tournament, Starkville, Miss. - UL-Lafayette Tournament, Lafayette, La. 3 - LSU Tournament, Baton Rouge, La. 4 - Baylor Tournament, Waco, Texas 1 2

2005

Record: 18-49; 2-16 WAC (Home: 4-16; Away: 2-22; Neutral: 12-11) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 3,363 (168 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 4 Mississippi Valley St.1 W 4-3 1 Feb 5 Mississippi State L 0-9 1 Feb 5 North Carolina State L 0-4 1 Feb 5 Mississippi Valley St. L 9-11 1 Feb 6 North Carolina State L 1-6 Feb 6 Mississippi State1 L 7-9 Feb 11 Southern2 W 11-2 Feb 11 Troy 2 L 0-2 Feb 12 Jackson State2 W 8-0 2 Feb 12 Southeastern W 8-1 Feb 12 Samford2 W 2-0 3 Feb 18 Louisville L 0-8 3 Feb 18 San Jose State L 0-4 Feb 19 UL-Monroe3 W 3-0 Feb 19 Southern Miss3 W 2-1 Feb 25 Sam Houston State4 W 7-1 Feb 25 #11 Baylor4 L 5-6 4 Feb 26 #1 Arizona L 0-7 Feb 27 Birmingham-Southern4 W 4-3 Mar 5 #6 UL-Lafayette L 1-8 Mar 5 #6 UL-Lafayette L 0-11 Mar 9 Southeastern W 5-0 Mar 9 Southeastern L 4-10 Mar 11 Mississippi Valley St.5 W 4-2 Mar 11 Appalachian State5 L 1-6 5 Mar 12 Jackson State W 11-1 5 Mar 12 Birmingham-Southern W 4-3 Mar 13 Appalachian State5 L 1-6 5 Mar 13 Mississippi Valley St. W 3-2 Mar 17 Centenary L 1-3 Mar 19 Missouri-Kansas City W 3-0 Mar 19 #18 Missouri L 1-11 Mar 20 Missouri-Kansas City W 2-1

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Inn. (8) 5 7 7 7 7 6 7 6 7 7 5 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 5 7 5 (8) 7 7 5 7

H/A/N Location N Starkville, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. N Hammond, La. N Hammond, La. N Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. N Hammond, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Birmingham, Ala. N Birmingham, Ala. N Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. N Birmginham, Ala. N Birmingham, Ala. A Shreveport, La. A Kansas City, Mo. N Kansas City, Mo. A Kansas City, Mo.

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Mar 20 #18 Missouri Mar 23 McNeese State Mar 23 McNeese State Mar 30 Stephen F. Austin Mar 30 Stephen F. Austin Apr 1 UTEP* Apr 1 UTEP* Apr 1 UTEP* Apr 5 UL-Monroe Apr 6 Northwestern State Apr 6 Northwestern State Apr 8 Nevada* Apr 8 Nevada* Apr 9 Nevada* Apr 12 UL-Monroe Apr 13 Centenary Apr 14 UTSA Apr 14 UTSA Apr 19 Northwestern State Apr 19 Northwestern State Apr 22 Hawaii* Apr 23 Hawaii* Apr 23 Hawaii* Apr 27 Southern Miss Apr 27 Southern Miss Apr 29 #18 Fresno State* Apr 30 #18 Fresno State* Apr 30 #18 Fresno State* May 6 Tulsa* May 7 Tulsa* May 7 Tulsa* May 13 San Jose State* May 14 San Jose State* May 14 San Jose State*

L L L L L L L W L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

1-6 0-1 5-7 5-6 1-3 2-3 0-3 2-1 2-4 5-6 2-3 0-3 4-3 1-5 6-7 4-7 3-6 2-10 6-15 3-7 1-7 1-9 3-6 0-7 0-7 0-6 0-6 3-5 1-2 0-8 3-11 3-10 0-8 0-2

7 (9) 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 5 7

N Kansas City, Mo. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas A Nacogdoches, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Tulsa, Okla. A Tulsa, Okla. A Tulsa, Okla. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif.

- Mississippi State Tournament, Starkville, Miss. - Southeastern Louisiana Tournament, Hammond, La. - UL-Monroe Tournament, Monroe, La. 4 - Baylor Tournament, Waco, Texas 5 - Birmingham-Southern Tournament, Birmingham, Ala. 1 2 3

2006

Record: 18-31; 6-11 WAC (Home: 9-10; Away: 6-16; Neutral: 3-5) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 3,014 (158 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 11 North Texas1 L 4-7 Feb 11 Sam Houston State1 L 3-11 Feb 12 Sam Houston State1 L 2-11 Feb 12 North Texas1 L 6-9 Feb 14 Grambling State W 12-1 Feb 14 Grambling State W 12-0 Feb 15 Northwestern State L 1-9 2 Feb 17 Jackson State W 15-4 2 Feb 17 Eastern Illinois L 7-8 Feb 19 Eastern Illinois2 W 6-4 Feb 19 UL-Monroe2 L 1-5 Feb 25 Jacksonville State3 L 3-4 3 Feb 25 Nicholls State W 6-5 Feb 26 Jacksonville State3 L 1-4 3 Feb 26 Nicholls State W 2-0 Feb 28 UL-Monroe W 13-7 Mar 8 Centenary L 2-10 Mar 11 #10 UL-Lafayette L 4-10 Mar 11 #10 UL-Lafayette L 3-8 Mar 15 Northwestern State L 5-9 Mar 23 UL-Monroe L 3-9 Mar 25 Hawaii* L 1-7 Mar 25 Hawaii* L 4-14 Mar 26 Hawaii* L 1-8 Mar 29 UT-Arlington L 0-2 Mar 29 UT-Arlington W 6-4 Mar 31 New Mexico State* L 2-10 Apr 1 New Mexico State* L 1-10 Apr 1 New Mexico State* L 7-15 Apr 7 San Jose State* L 0-4 Apr 7 San Jose State* W 4-1 Apr 8 San Jose State* L 6-7 Apr 12 Southeastern W 9-1 Apr 14 Utah State* W 5-0 Apr 15 Utah State* W 6-4 Apr 15 Utah State* W 9-1 Apr 18 Nicholls State L 1-6 Apr 18 Nicholls State L 2-14 Apr 19 Grambling State W 13-5 Apr 19 Grambling State W 8-0 Apr 23 Northern Colorado W 3-1 Apr 23 Northern Colorado L 4-6 Apr 28 #22 Fresno State* W 2-1 Apr 28 #22 Fresno State* L 3-5 May 5 Nevada* W 11-2

Inn. 7 6 5 7 6 5 6 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 5 6 5 7 7 7 5 7 7 5 7 5 5 6 7 7 7 7 6

H/A/N Location N Huntsville, Texas A Huntsville, Texas A Huntsville, Texas N Huntsville, Texas A Grambling, La. A Grambling, La. A Natchitoches, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. N Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. N Thibodaux, La. A Thibodaux, La. H Ruston, La. A Shreveport, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Arlington, Texas A Arlington, Texas A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Reno, Nev.

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May 5 Nevada* May 6 Nevada* May 11 Hawaii4 May 12 Fresno State4

L L L L

9-14 4-5 0-8 0-9

7 7 5 5

A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. N Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif.

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2007

Record: 22-38; 3-15 WAC (Home: 12-9; Away: 5-21; Neutral: 5-8) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 2,668 (133 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 10 Alcorn State W 8-4 Feb 10 Alcorn State W 5-1 Feb 11 Alcorn State W 9-0 Feb 13 Stephen F. Austin W 3-0 Feb 13 Stephen F. Austin W 4-3 Feb 14 Northwestern State L 9-15 1 Feb 16 McNeese State W 4-0 Feb 16 UL-Monroe1 L 2-12 Feb 17 Mississippi Valley St.1 W 7-4 Feb 17 McNeese State1 L 3-8 Feb 18 Mississippi Valley St.1 L 2-3 Feb 21 UT-Arlington W 6-5 Feb 21 UT-Arlington W 5-1 Feb 23 #6 LSU2 L 0-8 2 Feb 23 Troy L 4-5 Feb 24 Southern Miss2 L 11-24 Feb 24 Troy2 W 8-6 Feb 25 #6 LSU2 L 1-10 Feb 25 Southern Miss2 W 1-0 Feb 28 Alcorn State W 5-3 Mar 1 Alcorn State W 11-8 Mar 3 #16 Baylor L 0-5 Mar 3 #16 Baylor L 0-8 Mar 4 #16 Baylor L 1-4 Mar 6 Centenary L 2-4 Mar 13 Southeastern L 1-2 Mar 13 Southeastern W 7-6 Mar 15 North Texas L 1-3 Mar 15 North Texas W 8-4 Mar 20 UL-Monroe W 6-5 Mar 23 #21 Hawaii* L 1-5 Mar 24 #21 Hawaii* L 0-9 Mar 24 #21 Hawaii* L 3-7 Mar 27 #4 Alabama L 4-12 Mar 27 #4 Alabama L 0-15 Mar 30 New Mexico State* L 0-2 Mar 30 New Mexico State* W 3-0 Mar 31 New Mexico State* W 7-5 Apr 4 Centenary W 6-4 Apr 6 San Jose State* L 2-3 Apr 7 San Jose State* L 0-9 Apr 7 San Jose State* W 4-2 Apr 11 McNeese State L 0-2 Apr 11 McNeese State L 2-3 Apr 13 Utah State* L 6-7 Apr 14 Utah State* L 4-12 Apr 14 Utah State* L 5-6 Apr 17 UL-Monroe L 2-5 Apr 18 Arkansas L 0-1 Apr 18 Arkansas L 4-5 Apr 27 Fresno State* L 1-9 Apr 28 Fresno State* L 0-4 Apr 28 Fresno State* L 0-8 May 2 Northwestern State W 5-2 May 4 Nevada* L 0-2 May 5 Nevada* L 2-3 May 5 Nevada* L 0-7 May 9 Utah State3 W 8-1 May 10 #13 Hawaii3 L 2-5 May 10 Nevada3 L 2-3 1 2 3

Inn. 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 (8) 7 5 7 5 5 7 7 (11) 7 (8) 6 7 7 7 (9) 5 7 7 7 7 6 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

H/A/N Location H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. A Alcorn, Miss. A Alcorn, Miss. A Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas A Shreveport, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. A Denton, Texas A Denton, Texas H Ruston, La. A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A Tuscaloosa, Ala. A Tuscaloosa, Ala. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Logan, Utah A Logan, Utah A Logan, Utah A Monroe, La. A Fayetteville, Ark. A Fayetteville, Ark. A Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Fresno, Calif. N Fresno, Calif. N Fresno, Calif. 

- UL-Monroe Tournament, Monroe, La. - LSU Tournament, Baton Rouge, La. - WAC Softball Tournament, Fresno, Calif.

2008

Record: 37-29; 7-10 WAC (Home: 16-12; Away: 9-12; Neutral: 12-5) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 4,323 (172 avg per game) Date Opponent Feb 9 #24 UL-Lafayette1 Feb 9 UL-Monroe1 Feb 10 #24 UL-Lafayette1 Feb 10 UL-Monroe1 Feb 13 North Texas Feb 13 North Texas

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W/L/T Score L 0-13 W 4-0 L 3-8 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 8-6

Inn. 5 7 7 7 7 7

H/A/N Location H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

L W W L L W L W L W W L L W W L W W L W W L W L W L L W L L L W W W W L W L W L L W W W W W L L L W W L W W W W W L W L

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

7 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (10) 6 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 6 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 (8) 7 7 (8) 7 7 (12) 7 7 7

N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lorman, Miss. A Lorman, Miss. A Shreveport, La. N Oxford, Miss. N Oxford, Miss. A Oxford, Miss. N Oxford, Miss. N Oxford, Miss. H Ruston, La. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Lawrence, Kan. A Lawrence, Kan. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. H Ruston, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Honolulu, Hawaii N Honolulu, Hawaii N Honolulu, Hawaii N Honolulu, Hawaii N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas

2017 SOFTBALLL

- Sam Houston State Tournament, Huntsville, Texas - UL-Monroe Tournament, Monroe, La. - Nicholls State Tournament, Thibodaux, La. 4 - WAC Softball Tournament, Fresno, Calif. 1

Feb 15 Central Arkansas2 Feb 15 UAPB2 Feb 17 UL-Monroe2 Feb 20 Centenary Feb 23 Southeastern Feb 23 Southeastern Feb 27 Alcorn State Feb 27 Alcorn State Feb 28 Centenary Feb 29 Belmont3 Feb 29 Stephen F. Austin3 Mar 1 Ole Miss3 Mar 1 Jacksonville State3 Mar 2 Troy3 Mar 5 Northwestern State Mar 7 Austin Peay4 Mar 8 Charleston Southern4 Mar 9 Charleston Southern4 Mar 9 #18 Mississippi State4 Mar 12 IUPUI Mar 12 IUPUI Mar 13 South Alabama Mar 16 Buffalo5 Mar 16 Kansas5 Mar 21 San Jose State* Mar 22 San Jose State* Mar 22 San Jose State* Mar 27 Nicholls State Mar 27 Nicholls State Mar 29 #17 Hawaii* Mar 29 #17 Hawaii* Apr 2 Alcorn State Apr 2 Alcorn state Apr 4 New Mexico State* Apr 5 New Mexico State* Apr 5 New Mexico State* Apr 8 UL-Monroe Apr 9 Northwestern State Apr 11 #12 Fresno State* Apr 11 #12 Fresno State* Apr 12 #12 Fresno State* Apr 16 McNeese State Apr 16 McNeese State Apr 18 Utah State* Apr 19 Utah State* Apr 19 Utah State* Apr 25 #18 Nevada* Apr 25 #18 Nevada* Apr 26 #18 Nevada* Apr 29 UL-Monroe May 2 Ole Miss May 2 Ole Miss May 8 #22 Hawaii6 May 8 #10 Fresno State6 May 9 #17 Nevada6 May 10 #17 Nevada6 May 16 Auburn7 May 17 #4 Texas A&M7 May 17 Auburn7 May 18 #4 Texas A&M7

- Louisiana Tech Tournament, Ruston, La. - UL-Monroe Mardi Gras Classic, Monroe, La. - Ole Miss Tournament, Oxford, Miss. 4 - Mississippi State Tournament, Starkville, Miss. 5 - Kansas Tournament, Lawrence, Kan. 6 - WAC Softball Tournament, Honolulu, Hawaii 7 - NCAA Tournament, College Station, Texas 1 2 3

2009

Record: 15-29*; 9-8 WAC (Home: 6-13; Away: 7-10; Neutral: 2-6) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 3,328 (256 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 11 Northwestern State V 4-0 1 Feb 13 McNeese State L 0-3 1 Feb 14 Lipscomb L 0-1 Feb 14 #19 UL-Lafayette1 L 0-11 1 Feb 15 Nicholls State V 8-0 Feb 17 McNeese State L 5-6 Feb 17 McNeese State V 4-1 Feb 21 Alabama State2 V 5-2 2 Feb 21 South Alabama L 0-2 Feb 22 Nicholls State2 V 3-0 2 Feb 22 Southern Miss V 2-0 Feb 27 UL-Monroe3 L 5-7 3 Feb 27 Rutgers V 2-0 Feb 28 UL-Monroe3 V 8-0 Feb 28 #24 Baylor3 L 3-4 Mar 1 Rutgers3 L 0-4 Mar 4 Southeastern V 2-0

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Inn. 7 7 7 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7

H/A/N Location A Natchitoches, La. N Lafayette, La. N Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. N Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. N Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas N Waco, Texas A Hammond, La.

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Mar 4 Southeastern Mar 6 Stephen F. Austin4 Mar 8 Stephen F. Austin4 Mar 8 #17 Texas A&M4 Mar 10 #16 UL-Lafayette Mar 10 #16 UL-Lafayette Mar 17 Texas A&M-CC Mar 17 Texas A&M-CC Mar 21 Hawaii* Mar 21 Hawaii* Mar 22 Hawaii* Mar 23 Alcorn State Mar 23 Alcorn State Mar 28 Boise State* Mar 28 Boise State* Apr 3 #25 Nevada* Apr 4 #25 Nevada* Apr 4 #25 Nevada* Apr 8 Northwestern State Apr 10 #25 Fresno State* Apr 11 #25 Fresno State* Apr 11 #25 Fresno State* Apr 15 North Texas Apr 15 North Texas Apr 17 Utah State* Apr 17 Utah State* Apr 18 Utah State* Apr 22 Stephen F. Austin Apr 24 San Jose State* Apr 25 San Jose State* Apr 25 San Jose State* Apr 29 Ole Miss Apr 29 Ole Miss May 1 New Mexico State* May 1 New Mexico State* May 2 New Mexico State* May 6 Hawaii5 May 7 #23 Nevada5 May 8 #25 Fresno State5 May 8 #23 Nevada5

V V V L L L L V L V L V V V V L W L W L L W W V W L W W W W W L W W W L W W L L

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

5 7 7 5 5 (9) 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (10) 6 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 (9)

A Hammond, La. N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Boise, Idaho A Boise, Idaho A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Denton, Texas A Denton, Texas A Logan, Utah A Logan, Utah A Logan, Utah H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. N Fresno, Calif. N Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. N Fresno, Calif.

- UL-Lafayette Tournament, Lafayette, La. - Southern Miss Tournament, Hattiesburg, Miss. - Baylor Tournament, Waco, Texas 4 - Texas A&M Tournament, College Station, Texas 5 - WAC Tournament, Fresno, Calif. 1 2 3

2010

Record: 26-21*; 11-10 WAC (Home: 13-4; Away: 7-11; Neutral: 6-6) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 3,354 (223 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 16 Southeastern W 5-1 Feb 16 Southeastern W 6-2 1 Feb 20 Stephen F. Austin L 6-7 Feb 20 Notre Dame1 L 0-1 Feb 21 Alcorn State1 W 3-0 Feb 21 Southern Miss1 L 4-5 2 Feb 26 Buffalo W 5-2 Feb 27 McNeese State2 L 3-11 2 Feb 27 Buffalo L 7-10 Feb 28 McNeese State2 W 9-7 2 Feb 28 McNeese State W 6-2 Mar 3 Centenary W 9-1 Mar 5 Gradner-Webb3 W 7-5 Mar 5 Auburn3 L 0-1 Mar 6 Alabama State3 W 6-5 3 Mar 7 Tennessee State W 11-3 Mar 13 SIU-Edwardsville4 L 5-7 4 Mar 13 Arkansas L 2-5 4 Mar 14 Southeast Missouri W 5-3 Mar 14 Arkansas4 L 3-5 Mar 17 Mississippi Valley St. W 3-2 Mar 26 Utah State* W 6-4 Mar 27 Utah State* W 10-4 Mar 27 Utah State* L 3-4 Mar 31 Centenary W 4-1 Apr 2 San Jose State* W 2-0 Apr 3 San Jose State* W 9-1 Apr 3 San Jose State* L 2-10 Apr 6 UT-Arlington W 5-2 Apr 9 New Mexico State* W 2-1 Apr 10 New Mexico State* W 2-1 Apr 10 New Mexico State* L 2-6 Apr 13 Grambling State W 7-0 Apr 16 #25 Hawaii* L 1-3 Apr 17 #25 Hawaii* L 5-8 Apr 17 #25 Hawaii* L 0-9 Apr 23 Boise State* L 2-4 Apr 24 Boise State* L 2-3 Apr 24 Boise State* W 4-3

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Inn. 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 (9) (10) 7 7 (9) 7 7 6 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7

H/A/N Location H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. N Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. N Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. H Ruston, La. N Auburn, Ala. A Auburn, Ala. N Auburn, Ala. N Auburn, Ala. N Fayetteville, Ark. A Fayetteville, Ark. N Fayetteville, Ark. A Fayetteville, Ark. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Shreveport, La. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. A Arlington, Texas A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. H Ruston, La. A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

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Apr 30 Nevada* May 1 Nevada* May 1 Nevada* May 7 Fresno State* May 8 Fresno State* May 8 Fresno State* May 12 San Jose State5 May 13 Boise State5

W W W L L W L L

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

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. N Las Cruces, N.M. N Las Cruces, N.M.

- Southern Miss Tournament, Hattiesburg, Miss. - McNeese Tournament, Lake Charles, La. - Auburn Tournament, Auburn, Ala. 4 - Arkansas Tournament, Fayetteville, Ark. 5 - WAC Tournament, Las Cruces, N.M. 1 2 3

2011

Record: 17-39; 6-15 WAC (Home: 3-10; Away: 7-17; Neutral: 7-12) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 4,191 (322 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 11 Bowling Green1 W 4-1 1 Feb 11 #19 LSU L 1-9 1 Feb 12 Purdue L 3-7 Feb 12 Bowling Green1 W 5-4 Feb 13 #19 LSU1 L 2-10 Feb 18 Mississippi State2 L 2-3 Feb 19 Southern Illinois2 L 7-8 2 Feb 19 Butler W 3-2 2 Feb 20 Butler L 3-5 Feb 22 Baylor L 0-11 Feb 22 Baylor L 0-9 Feb 25 South Alabama3 L 0-8 Feb 25 Ole Miss3 W 6-4 Feb 26 Southeast Missouri3 L 4-5 Feb 26 Western Kentucky3 L 3-4 3 Feb 27 Western Kentucky L 6-8 4 Mar 4 UT-Arlington W 7-6 4 Mar 4 North Texas L 2-3 4 Mar 5 UTEP L 9-13 Mar 5 Ole Miss4 L 0-8 Mar 6 UT-Arlington4 L 1-5 Mar 11 Mississippi Valley St.5 W 2-0 5 Mar 11 #22 Texas A&M L 1-3 Mar 12 San Diego State5 L 3-11 5 Mar 12 Mississippi Valley St. W 7-1 Mar 13 #22 Texas A&M5 L 0-11 Mar 16 Northwestern State W 4-2 Mar 19 Southeastern L 2-3 Mar 19 Southeastern L 2-3 Mar 23 McNeese State W 2-1 Mar 25 Fresno State* L 0-2 Mar 26 Fresno State* L 1-10 Mar 26 Fresno State* L 1-2 Apr 1 Nevada* W 12-4 Apr 2 Nevada* L 2-5 Apr 2 Nevada* W 3-1 Apr 8 Boise State* L 2-6 Apr 9 Boise State* L 3-11 Apr 9 Boise State* L 0-8 Apr 13 Northwestern State L 0-3 Apr 15 Hawaii* L 0-6 Apr 16 Hawaii* L 0-4 Apr 16 Hawaii* W 1-0 Apr 22 New Mexico State* L 1-7 Apr 23 New Mexico State* L 4-5 Apr 23 New Mexico State* L 2-3 Apr 29 San Jose State* W 2-1 Apr 30 San Jose State* L 1-4 Apr 30 San Jose State* L 3-5 May 6 Utah State* W 7-1 May 6 Utah State* W 13-6 May 7 Utah State* L 10-11 May 11 Fresno State6 W 2-0 May 12 Boise State6 L 2-3 6 May 12 Utah State W 4-1 6 May 13 Fresno State L 0-1

Inn. 7 6 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 5 6 5 7 7 (10) 7 7 7 (8) 6 7 7 7 7 7 5 (8) 7 (9) (9) 7 7 (9) 6 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 (13) 7 7

H/A/N Location N Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. A Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Oxford, Miss. A Oxford, Miss. N Oxford, Miss. N Oxford, Miss. N Oxford, Miss. N Denton, Texas A Denton, Texas N Denton, Texas N Denton, Texas N Denton, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas N College Station, Texas A College Station, Texas A Natchitoches, La. A Hammond, La. A Hammond, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. A Reno, Nev. A Boise, Idaho A Boise, Idaho A Boise, Idaho H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Logan, Utah A Logan, Utah A Logan, Utah A Fresno, Calif. N Fresno, Calif. N Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif.

- LSU Tiger Classic, Baton Rouge, La. - Mississippi State Bulldog Round Robin, Starkville, Miss. - Ole Miss Red & Blue Tournament, Oxford, Miss. 4 - North Texas Courtyard Classic, Denton, Texas 5 - Texas A&M Invitational, College Station, Texas 6 - WAC Tournament, Fresno, Calif. 1 2 3

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2012

Record: 25-33; 8-12 WAC (Home: 11-8; Away: 3-15; Neutral: 11-10) Coach: Sarah Dawson Home Attendance: 3,765 (198 avg per game) Inn. 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 (8) (8) 7 6 7 5 7 (10) 7 7 7 7 7 6 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 (9) 7 7 7 6 7 7 5

H/A/N Location N Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. N Lafayette, La. N Lafayette, La. N Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. A Conway, Ark. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. A Nacogdoches, Texas N Starkville, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. A Waco, Texas A Waco, Texas A Auburn, Ala. N Auburn, Ala. N Auburn, Ala. N Auburn, Ala. N Auburn, Ala. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A San Jose, Calif. A San Jose, Calif. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii A Honolulu, Hawaii H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. A Fresno, Calif. N Las Cruces, N.M. N Las Cruces, N.M. N Las Cruces, N.M. N Las Cruces, N.M.

- LSU Tiger Classic, Baton Rouge, La. - UL-Lafayette Tournament, Lafayette, La. - Southern Miss Tournament, Hattiesburg, Miss. 4 - Mississippi State Tournament, Starkville, Miss. 5 - Auburn Tournament, Auburn, Ala. 6 - WAC Tournament, Las Cruces, N.M. 1 2 3

2013

Record: 27-26; 11-10 WAC (Home: 8-8; Away: 12-12; Neutral: 7-6) Coach: Mark Montgomery Home Attendance: 3,475 (267 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 8 UT-Martin1 L 7-8 1 Feb 8 Jacksonville State L 1-11 1 Feb 9 Nicholls State W 3-0 Feb 9 Delaware1 L 3-4 Feb 15 Alcorn State2 W 8-0 Feb 15 McNeese State2 W 2-0 Feb 16 Southern-BR2 W 11-2 2 Feb 16 Houston Baptist L 4-5 Feb 17 Alcorn State2 W 10-5 3 Feb 23 Northwestern State L 4-6 Feb 23 Southern Miss3 L 3-4 3 Feb 24 Northwestern State L 3-11 Feb 24 Southern Miss3 L 3-5 Mar 1 UL-Monroe4 W 11-2

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Inn. (8) 5 7 (8) 5 (8) 5 7 5 7 7 6 7 5

H/A/N Location N Hammond, La. N Hammond, La. N Hammond, La. N Hammond, La. N Lake Charles, La. A Lake Charles, La. N Lake Charles, La. N Lake Charles, La. N Lake Charles, La. N Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. N Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. N Natchitoches, La.

W W W L L W W W L L L W L L W W W W W W L L W L L W L W L L L W L W W W W L L

4-3 10-9 8-2 0-6 0-1 13-4 11-6 10-2 1-4 1-9 0-2 8-4 3-11 7-9 8-0 4-1 4-1 9-3 6-5 7-6 3-7 3-8 5-0 0-12 2-4 6-5 2-8 6-1 4-8 2-5 1-4 1-0 1-4 4-3 7-3 6-5 1-0 0-3 1-6

7 7 7 7 7 6 7 5 7 5 7 7 6 7 5 7 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

A Natchitoches, La. N Natchitoches, La. N Natchitoches, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas A Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. A Lafayette, La. A Lafayette, La. H Ruston, La. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. A Las Cruces, N.M. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A San Marcos, Texas A San Marcos, Texas A San Marcos, Texas A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Logan, Utah A Logan, Utah A Logan, Utah H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Seattle, Wash. A Seattle, Wash. A Seattle, Wash. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La.

2017 SOFTBALLL

Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 10 #15 Michigan1 L 6-7 1 Feb 11 Penn State W 4-2 1 Feb 11 #15 Michigan L 4-5 1 Feb 12 #22 LSU L 0-8 Feb 17 Northwestern State2 W 7-5 Feb 17 Northwestern2 L 6-10 Feb 19 UTEP2 W 5-0 Feb 19 #20 UL-Lafayette2 L 0-9 Feb 21 Central Arkansas L 3-4 Feb 25 Mississippi Valley St.3 W 7-5 3 Feb 25 Nicholls State L 2-5 Feb 26 IUPUI3 W 2-1 Feb 26 Southern Miss3 W 13-6 Feb 29 Stephen F. Austin W 6-5 Mar 2 Columbia4 L 4-5 4 Mar 2 Mississippi State L 0-8 Mar 3 Eastern Illinois4 W 2-0 4 Mar 3 Samford W 8-2 4 Mar 4 Eastern Illinois W 8-6 Mar 6 #15 Baylor L 1-3 Mar 6 #15 Baylor L 1-3 Mar 9 #20 Auburn5 L 0-3 Mar 9 Evansville5 L 3-11 Mar 10 George Washington5 W 4-2 5 Mar 10 Presbyterian L 2-7 5 Mar 11 Drexel L 6-7 Mar 13 Central Arkansas L 7-9 Mar 17 UT-Arlington W 2-1 Mar 17 UT-Arlington W 8-0 Mar 23 Utah State* L 0-4 Mar 24 Utah State* W 10-1 Mar 24 Utah State* W 5-1 Mar 30 San Jose State* L 2-4 Mar 30 San Jose State* L 0-7 Apr 6 New Mexico State* W 6-2 Apr 7 New Mexico State* W 4-0 Apr 7 New Mexico State* W 5-1 Apr 10 Northwestern State L 0-3 Apr 13 #14 Hawaii* L 1-9 Apr 14 #14 Hawaii* L 1-9 Apr 14 #14 Hawaii* L 0-8 Apr 20 BYU* L 0-6 Apr 21 BYU* W 6-4 Apr 21 BYU* L 1-5 Apr 25 Stephen F. Austin L 3-9 Apr 27 Nevada* L 1-5 Apr 28 Nevada* W 10-2 Apr 28 Nevada* L 0-5 Apr 30 McNeese State W 4-3 Apr 30 McNeese State L 4-5 May 2 Northwestern State W 4-3 May 4 Fresno State* L 0-4 May 5 Fresno State* L 0-4 May 5 Fresno State* W 6-4 May 9 Fresno State6 W 17-7 6 May 10 BYU L 1-6 May 11 Nevada6 W 6-5 6 May 11 Fresno State L 2-11

Mar 2 Northwestern State4 Mar 2 UL-Monroe4 Mar 3 Alcorn State4 Mar 3 Northwestern State4 Mar 6 Stephen F. Austin Mar 9 Southern-BR Mar 9 Southern-BR Mar 10 Southern-BR Mar 13 #22 UL-Lafayette Mar 13 #22 UL-Lafayette Mar 20 Stephen F. Austin Mar 22 New Mexico State* Mar 23 New Mexico State* Mar 23 New Mexico State* Mar 27 Northwestern State Mar 29 UT-Arlington* Mar 29 UT-Arlington* Mar 30 UT-Arlington* Apr 2 Nicholls State Apr 5 Texas State* Apr 5 Texas State* Apr 6 Texas State* Apr 10 Northwestern State Apr 12 San Jose State* Apr 13 San Jose State* Apr 13 San Jose State* Apr 17 Southeastern Apr 19 Utah State* Apr 19 Utah State* Apr 20 Utah State* Apr 26 UTSA* Apr 26 UTSA* Apr 27 UTSA* May 3 Seattle* May 3 Seattle* May 4 Seattle* May 8 UT-Arlington5 May 9 New Mexico State5 May 9 Texas State5

- Jimmy John’s Lion Classic, Hammond, La. - McNeese State Tournament, Lake Charles, La. 3 - Southern Miss Tournament, Hattiesburg, Miss. 4 - Lady Demon Invitational, Natchitoches, La. 5 - WAC Tournament, Ruston, La. 1 2

2014

Conference USA Membership Begins

Record: 19-33; 7-16 C-USA (Home: 7-13; Away: 7-15; Neutral: 5-5) Coach: Mark Montgomery Home Attendance: 4,588 (269 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 7 UT-Martin1 W 8-3 1 Feb 8 Wichita State L 9-10 Feb 8 Saint Louis1 W 4-3 Feb 9 Houston Baptist1 L 0-8 Feb 14 #7 Kentucky2 L 0-1 2 Feb 14 IPFW L 2-7 2 Feb 15 #14 Texas L 2-7 2 Feb 15 #7 Kentucky L 3-6 Feb 16 IPFW2 L 3-5 Feb 19 Grambling State W 4-1 Feb 21 South Dakota3 W 3-1 Feb 21 UL-Monroe3 L 0-8 Feb 22 Alcorn State3 W 11-2 Feb 22 Southern-BR3 W 10-1 4 Feb 28 Stephen F. Austin W 4-3 4 Feb 28 Drake L 2-3 4 Mar 1 #24 Arkansas L 1-9 4 Mar 1 Stephen F. Austin W 5-3 Mar 4 #19 Oklahoma L 3-11 Mar 6 #12 Baylor L 1-10 Mar 8 UTSA* L 1-2 Mar 8 UTSA* L 1-2 Mar 9 UTSA* L 1-6 Mar 15 UTEP* L 6-11 Mar 15 UTEP* L 3-12 Mar 16 UTEP* L 7-9 Mar 19 Ole Miss L 0-3 Mar 20 Belmont W 7-3 Mar 22 Middle Tennessee* W 7-5 Mar 22 Middle Tennessee* W 1-0 Mar 23 Middle Tennessee* L 3-5 Mar 26 Northwestern State L 4-9 Mar 29 Florida Atlantic* L 2-7 Mar 29 Florida Atlantic* W 3-1 Mar 30 Florida Atlantic* W 4-0 Apr 2 McNeese State L 0-3 Apr 2 McNeese State L 2-4 Apr 5 North Texas* L 1-3

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Inn. 7 (8) 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 7 6 7 6 5 (10) 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

H/A/N Location H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. N Austin, Texas N Austin, Texas A Austin, Texas N Austin, Texas N Austin, Texas H Ruston, La. N Monroe, La. A Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Monroe, La. N Fayetteville, Ark. N Fayetteville, Ark. N Fayetteville, Ark. N Fayetteville, Ark. A Norman, Okla. A Waco, Texas A San Antonio, Texas A San Antonio, Texas A San Antonio, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Oxford, Miss. A Nashville, Tenn. A Murfreesboro, Tenn. A Murfreesboro, Tenn. A Murfreesboro, Tenn. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Denton, Texas

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Apr 5 North Texas* Apr 9 Southeastern Apr 15 Stephen F. Austin Apr 18 Southern Miss* Apr 18 Southern Miss* Apr 19 Southern Miss* Apr 22 Grambling State Apr 23 Northwestern State Apr 26 East Carolina* Apr 26 East Carolina* Apr 27 East Carolina* May 3 Marshall* May 3 Marshall* May 4 Marshall*

W W W L L W W L W L L L L L

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

7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 5 7

A Denton, Texas A Hammond, La. A Nacogdoches, Texas H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Grambling, La. A Natchitoches, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Huntington, W. Va. A Huntington, W. Va. A Huntington, W. Va.

- Lady Techster Invitational, Ruston, La. - Texas Tournament, Austin, Texas 3 - ULM Warhawk Classic, Monroe, La. 4 - Arkansas Tournament, Fayetteville, Ark. 1 2

2015

Record: 31-19; 12-9 C-USA (Home: 18-8; Away: 8-10; Neutral: 5-1) Coach: Mark Montgomery Home Attendance: 9,537 (367 avg per game) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Feb 5 UL-Monroe1 L 5-9 1 Feb 6 SIU-Edwardsville L 4-6 1 Feb 7 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 6-0 Feb 7 Abilene Christian1 W 3-0 1 Feb 8 Missouri State L 2-9 Feb 11 Jackson State W 5-3 Feb 12 Mississippi State2 L 4-6 Feb 13 Lamar2 W 13-11 Feb 14 UT-Martin2 W 7-3 2 Feb 14 Illinois W 3-2 Feb 17 #14 LSU L 5-7 Feb 18 Grambling State W 8-0 Feb 20 Lamar W 12-0 Feb 20 Lamar W 10-6 Feb 28 Southern3 W 8-0 Feb 28 Detroit3 W 3-2 3 Mar 1 Detroit W 9-2 Mar 1 Southern3 W 7-0 Mar 11 Lyon College W 8-0 Mar 11 Lyon College W 7-0 Mar 14 Florida Atlantic* L 4-5 Mar 14 Florida Atlantic* W 6-1 Mar 15 Florida Atlantic* L 4-8 Mar 18 Northwestern State L 5-10 Mar 21 Southern Miss* W 4-2 Mar 21 Southern Miss* W 3-1 Mar 22 Southern Miss* W 3-0 Mar 24 Southeastern W 6-2 Mar 28 Charlotte* L 4-9 Mar 28 Charlotte* W 4-1 Mar 29 Charlotte* L 1-2 Apr 3 UTEP* W 8-0 Apr 3 UTEP* W 2-1 Apr 4 UTEP* W 6-0 Apr 8 UL-Monroe W 3-1 Apr 11 UAB* W 6-4 Apr 11 UAB* L 6-8 Apr 12 UAB* L 7-8 Apr 15 Northwestern State L 0-4 Apr 21 UL-Monroe L 2-3 Apr 22 McNeese State L 2-3 Apr 25 North Texas* W 3-0 Apr 25 North Texas* W 4-1 Apr 26 North Texas* W 5-4 Apr 28 Stephen F. Austin W 8-4 Apr 29 Grambling State W 11-5 May 2 UTSA* L 0-5 May 2 UTSA* L 4-8 May 3 UTSA* L 2-10 4 May 7 UTSA L 1-4

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H/A/N Location H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Jackson, Miss. A Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. N Starkville, Miss. A Baton Rouge, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. N Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Natchitoches, La. A Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. A Hattiesburg, Miss. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. A Birmingham, Ala. H Ruston, La. A Monroe, La. A Lake Charles, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. H Ruston, La. A Grambling, La. A San Antonio, Texas A San Antonio, Texas A San Antonio, Texas N Miami, Fla.

Feb 14 #11 UL-Lafayette1 Feb 19 Abilene Christian2 Feb 19 Belmont2 Feb 20 Mississippi Valley2 Feb 20 Houston Baptist2 Feb 21 Texas State2 Feb 25 Grambling State3 Feb 26 Liberty3 Feb 27 J acksonville State3 Feb 28 Lamar3 Mar 2 Southeastern La Mar 3 Southern Mar 4 Memphis4 Mar 4 Liberty4 Mar 5 Tennessee Tech4 Mar 5 #5 LSU4 Mar 15 #4 LSU Mar 16 Northwestern St Mar 19 UTEP* Mar 19 UTEP* Mar 20 UTEP* Mar 23 Grambling State Mar 29 Alcorn State Apr 2 #23 Florida Atlantic* Apr 2 #23 Florida Atlantic* Apr 3 #23 Florida Atlantic* Apr 6 ULM Apr 9 UAB* Apr 9 UAB* Apr 10 UAB* Apr 12 Northwestern State Apr 13 Mississippi State Apr 16 UTSA* Apr 16 UTSA* Apr 17 UTSA* Apr 21 ULM Apr 23 North Texas* Apr 23 North Texas* Apr 24 North Texas* Apr 26 SFA Apr 30 Southern Miss* Apr 30 Southern Miss* May 1 Southern Miss* May 4 Ole Miss May 7 Charlotte* May 7 Charlotte* May 8 Charlotte* May 11 Marshall5 May 12 #22 Florida Atlantic5 May 13 Southern Miss5

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- Sand Dollar Classic, Gulf Shores, Ala.. - LA Tech Invitational, Ruston, La.. - LA Tech Classic, Ruston, La. 4 - LSU Invitational, Baton Rouge, La. 5 - Conference USA Tournament, Denton, Texas. 1 2 3

- Lady Techster Invitational, Ruston, La. - Mississippi State Tournament, Starkville, Miss. - LA Tech Triple Play, Ruston, La. 4 - Conference USA Tournament, Miami, Fla. 1 2 3

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Record: 32-22; 12-9 C-USA (Home: 16-8; Away: 10-9; Neutral: 6-5) Coach: Mark Montgomery Date Opponent Feb 12 SE Missouri State1 Feb 12 Ball State1 Feb 13 Jackson State1 Feb 13 Lipscomb1

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Louisiana Tech University and President Les Guice share a rich history together that spans five decades and has produced family ties that are deeply rooted in a passion for the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters. From an architecture student stepping on the campus for the first time in 1972 to an appointment as Louisiana Tech’s 14th President in 2013, Dr. Guice has shown an unwavering commitment to leadership and service to his alma mater. One of Dr. Guice’s first achievements at Louisiana Tech was earning a bachelor of arts in architecture in 1976. Discovering a passion for engineering under the mentorship of Professor Jack Painter, Dr. Guice went on to earn a master’s degree in civil engineering from Tech in 1978. While working on his master’s degree, Dr. Guice also discovered a passion for teaching and education as a profession. Dr. Guice accepted a position as an assistant professor of civil engineering at Louisiana Tech in 1978 and was promoted to associate professor in 1981. A few short years after earning his Ph.D. in civil engineering from Texas A&M University in 1986, Dr. Guice was named the interim department head of civil engineering in Louisiana Tech’s College of Engineering in 1988 and earned the permanent department head position and full professorship in 1989. As department head, Dr. Guice initiated the formation of the Civil Engineering Advisory Board and the Civil Engineering Distinguished Alumni recognition program, both of which significantly enhanced alumni participation and significantly enhanced fund-raising for the department. Throughout the next decade, Dr. Guice would continue to distinguish himself as an academician, researcher, administrator and leader. His dedication to his students, his faculty and the university would lead to his appointment as Dean of Louisiana Tech’s College of Engineering and Science (COES) in 1999. As Dean, Dr. Guice continued to encourage and support innovations in the curricula. The College’s faculty became increasingly successful in securing external funding for the integrated curriculum which resulted in a transformative redesign of curricula throughout the College. Dr. Guice’s leadership and vision also reinvigorated the Engineering and Science Foundation to more effectively serve the needs of the College. He initiated a new integrated strategic plan, known as “COES 2010,” and capital campaign, “Tech’s BEST,” that led advancement of the college and to funding for an Eminent Scholar Chair, 15 Professorships, $500k Scholarship Fund, and several new laboratories and facilities. Dr. Guice leadership also helped to guide the Institute for Micromanufacturing (IfM) toward a focus on the emerging field of nanotechnology. With the hiring of key nanotechnology faculty in numerous disciplines, further expansion of research laboratories, establishment of an interdisciplinary engineering PhD program with a nanotechnology track, and initiation of a B.S. in Nanosystems Engineering, the IfM and COES established strong research and education nanotechnology programs that have received national recognition. In 2004, Dr. Guice’s performance and accomplishments as dean of the College of Engineering and Science led to his appointment as Louisiana Tech’s vice president for research and development. During his tenure as vice president and as executive vice president in 2012, Louisiana Tech has significantly increased patents, licenses/options, start-up companies, SBIR grants with affiliated companies, and has established strong industry partnerships for commercialization of technologies. Dr. Guice also led the establishment of Louisiana Tech’s first two technology incubators, the Rawle and Humana Enterprise Centers. With a focus on the future and a progressive vision for economic development, Dr. Guice has led the planning and development of the Louisiana Tech Enterprise Campus – a research park connecting the university and downtown Ruston. Enterprise Campus’ first building, Tech Pointe, was completed in 2012 and is now home for several companies and organizations, including an Air Force funded Cyberspace Research

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Laboratory. With the recent completion of Louisiana Tech’s new College of Business building and renovation to University Hall as a home for interdisciplinary entrepreneurship and innovation activities, the first phase of Enterprise Campus is nearing completion. Dr. Guice’s reputation for exemplary leadership has not been bound by the campus or the region. Roles in statewide leadership have included election to serve as the founding Chair for the Louisiana Optical Network Initiative (LONI) Management Council, serving as Chair of the Louisiana EPSCoR Committee, and leading the development of a statewide science and technology plan, called FIRST Louisiana. Dr. Guice currently serves as Chair of the Board of Regents Master Plan Research Advisory Council and as chair of the Louisiana Innovation Council. Among the many awards and recognitions Dr. Guice has earned during his career is the Robert E. Russ Award from the Ruston/Lincoln Parish Chamber of Commerce (2009), Outstanding Civil Engineer from the ASCE Louisiana Section (2008), Louisiana Tech University Civil Engineering Distinguished Alumnus (2007), Louisiana Engineering Society’s James M. Todd Technological Accomplishment Award (2007), Governor’s University Technology Leader of the Year Award (2006), and Louisiana Engineering Society A.B. Patterson Medal for an Engineer in Management (2004.) On December 4, 2012, during a special session of the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors, Dr. Guice was unanimously voted to serve as the 14th President of Louisiana Tech University. Dr. Guice officially took over as President on July 1, 2013. As President of Louisiana Tech, Dr. Guice is the chief executive officer of north Louisiana’s only Carnegie Foundation national research university and one of only two public universities from Louisiana recognized in the top tier of national universities by U.S. News and World Report. Dr. Guice leads a university that most recently has been ranked #11 in the nation in a list of “Most Underrated Colleges In America” (Business Insider), #17 in the nation in a list of “Low Cost Colleges with High Starting Salaries for Graduates” (Affordable Colleges Online), and #21 in the nation for providing its graduates with the best returns on their investments (AdvisorOne.) Throughout his career, Dr. Guice has contributed to and played a central role in creating the culture and vision for the future of Louisiana Tech, and continues that commitment as President. Dr. Guice’s focus on campus-wide engagement, building and growing relationships, and leadership in forging a path toward advancement of the university’s academic and athletic programs, research and commercialization activities, and economic development efforts means that Louisiana Tech University’s best days are yet to come. Dr. Guice is a native of Monroe and grew up in Bastrop. He and his wife, Kathy, have three sons – Kyle, Chad, and Bret – one grandson, Christopher, and twin granddaughters, Elizabeth and Everly.

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Since stepping on campus in July of 2013, the cornerstone of Louisiana Tech Director of Athletics Tommy McClelland’s leadership has been the philosophy of building champions on the playing fields, in the classrooms and in life. While leading Louisiana Tech into the Conference USA era, McClelland impacted the athletics department through fundraising, facility improvements, coaching hires and overall student-athlete development. If 2015-16 is any indication, McClelland’s philosophy is paying dividends in Ruston. During McClelland’s third year sitting in the AD chair in Ruston, the University’s student-athletes combined to record one of the most successful years in recent history. “What a great job by our coaches, our student-athletes and our support staff this past year,” said McClelland. “It was truly a memorable year in so many ways. We preach building champions on the field, in the classroom and in life, and I truly believe we had more than our share of all of those during the past 12 months. “I think this year was one we can build upon. We never want to be satisfied, and we are always striving for even greater things. That’s our philosophy. However, when we look back at the past year, we know that a lot of blood and sweat and tears went into the successes that Louisiana Tech and its student-athletes had on the playing fields and in the classroom.” How impressive was 2015-16? Louisiana Tech joined Florida, Florida State, Ohio State and Ole Miss as the only five Football Bowl Subdivision schools to recorded 9-plus wins in football, 20-plus wins in men’s basketball and 40-plus wins in baseball. That’s pretty elite company. It was also one of only 12 FBS programs to play in the postseason in each of those three sports, joining Florida, Connecticut, Florida State, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Washington, Duke, Arizona, Utah and Miami (Fla.). Not a bad crowd in which to be included. The impressive year started in late August when the brand new $23 million Davison Athletics Complex – which encloses the south end of Joe Aillet Stadium – opened and the second largest crowd in Tech football history watched the Bulldogs defeat Southern in the season opener. It was just the beginning of a great season for head coach Skip Holtz and the Bulldogs, who defeated Sun Belt Conference champion Arkansas State 47-28 in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. It was the first back-to-back bowl victories by LA Tech in program history (Tech defeated Illinois in the 2014 Heart of Dallas Bowl). The year culminated in June when the Bulldog baseball team – which was picked 11th in the preseason C-USA Coaches Poll – earned its first ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, winning a pair of games in Starkville while advancing to the regional championship game against Mississippi State. The Diamond Dogs posted 10 wins over Top 25 teams, including a three-game conference sweep of the Rice Owls. Tech earned the program’s first ever at-large berth and its first regional appearance since 1987, defeating 4-time NCAA champion Cal State Fullerton. Tech’s 42 wins were the sixth most in program history and the most since 1988. It was a truly memorable year on the playing fields, including: The Bulldog golf team shocked everyone in route to capturing the Conference USA team title (its first since 1980) and clinching the program’s first ever appearance in the NCAA Regionals. The Lady Techster tennis team recorded the program’s first win over a nationally ranked team (defeated No. 45 Georgia State) while also earning its first ever national ranking. Chad Camper was named the LSWA State Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons. The Lady Techster soccer team qualified for the C-USA Tournament for the third time in four years and recorded the program’s 100th win. Katie Sloan also became the 17th student-athlete in LA Tech history to earn Academic All-American honors. The Lady Techster softball team recorded a 32-win season, its first

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back-to-back 30-plus win seasons since the late 1990s. Tech won five straight league series for the first time in program history and fell just percentage points shy of winning the West Division. Tech also drew a program home record 1,927 fans against LSU. The Bulldog basketball team won 23 games, eight of those coming against teams that participated in the postseason, including Ohio State and Florida Gulf Coast. Tech advanced to its fourth straight postseason tournament, while senior guard Alex Hamilton was named the Conference USA Player of the Year and honorable mention AP All-American. The LA Tech track and field teams also had some impressive individual performances as Jermey Hicks earned second team all-American honors in the indoor 60-meters, advancing to the NCAA Indoor Championships. Adams represented the University in the NCAA Outdoor Championships, competing in the long jump in Eugene. Off the playing field, the LA Tech Athletics Department had a stellar year as well. Seventy-five student-athletes earned their bachelor’s or master’s degrees while 151 made the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll and 27 received the C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal. Tech’s student-athletes recorded a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 83 percent and a Federal Graduation Rate (FGR) of 62 percent, with both being record highs for the University. Louisiana Tech’s 83 percent graduation success rate ranks as the second highest in the state among Division I football-playing public institutions, trailing only LSU by one point (84). Louisiana Tech also made the announcement in the fall that it partnered with adidas America, Inc. to establish a transformational 5-year exclusive agreement that will outfit all 16 NCAA men’s and women’s programs in adidas uniforms, apparel, footwear and equipment through the 2020-2021 athletics season. Tech alumni and fans also continued to buy in to the vision for the athletic department as the Louisiana Tech Athletics Club (LTAC) set an alltime high in total LTAC giving and most total LTAC donors. 2015-16 was truly amazing. Shortly after his hiring in 2013, McClelland re-energized the LA Tech fan-base when he joined President Guice in an October press conference revealing the updated plans for the Davison Athletics Complex located in the south endzone of Joe Aillet Stadium - the centerpiece of the University’s Quest for Excellence capital campaign. McClelland completed the fundraising needed for the project, and the new facility opened in August of 2015. It generates an additional $500,000 annually in revenue. Another marquee addition to the Louisiana Tech athletic facilities during McClelland’s tenure is the $1.2 million Paul Millsap Vision presented by Community Trust Bank, a high definition video display board in the Thomas Assembly Center. The project also included a customized sound system for the Thomas Assembly Center and a video board control room, which will be utilized for both football and basketball. These two major facility improvements and additional smaller scale projects were made possible through a pair of record-setting years in fundraising. During the 2013-14 fiscal year, McClelland spearheaded the efforts in raising more than $10.8 million through both LTAC and Quest for Excellence; more than double any previous year in Tech Athletics his-

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tory. Included in the record total were five, seven-figure gifts. The 2014-15 fiscal year saw record totals in Louisiana Tech Athletic Club (LTAC) unrestricted donations -- both in dollar figures and in total number of donors. It also included increases in ticket sales in football, men’s and women’s basketball. Tech had plenty of success stories on the playing fields during those first two years, led by the Bulldog basketball team winning backto-back Conference USA regular season titles and advancing into the NIT with impressive road wins over SEC foe Georgia (2014) and Texas A&M (2015). The Dunkin’ Dawgs tied the program single season wins record (29) in 2014 and totaled 56 wins during the two year span. On the gridiron, the Bulldog football team captured the Conference USA West Division title in 2014, recording a 9-5 overall record and barely falling to Marshall in the C-USA title game. Tech earned an invitation to the Heart of Dallas Bowl and promptly defeated Big 10 foe Illinois 35-18. Tech sophomore Victor Lange became the first Bulldog golfer ever to earn an NCAA Regional appearance, competing in the San Antonio Region in 2014 and Lubbock Region in 2015. He also hired one of the rising stars in college baseball in Greg Goff, a 21-year coaching veteran. In just two seasons in Ruston, Goff led the program to this year’s NCAA Regionals before being hired by SEC member Alabama. Prior to coming to Ruston, McClelland made a national name for himself after quickly elevating to the athletics director position at age 26. He earned high praise from a number of high-profile, experienced athletic administrators. “Tommy McClelland is an outstanding leader and one of the nation’s rising stars in intercollegiate athletics,” said Bubba Cunningham, athletics director at the University of North Carolina. “He has a demonstrated commitment to supporting and developing his coaches and student-athletes and has already become well-known among ADs for his leadership, vision and character. Tommy has also shown a dedication to lifelong learning and the application of his skills and talents to making his athletic programs better.” Prior to being named athletic director at McNeese State on March 19, 2008, McClelland served as interim athletic director and assistant athletic director of internal affairs at the university. In his time at McNeese, McClelland and his staff had numerous success stories when it came to increased revenue streams and the overall game-day experience in Lake Charles. He raised more than $3 million in private donations, and he was instrumental in increasing corporate sponsorships to nearly $1 million, while securing new clients and multi-year sponsorships. McClelland was also responsible for increasing football season ticket sales: the program eclipsed the 8,000 mark in 2008 with a high of 8,035 in 2009. In addition, he was instrumental in setting single-game attendance records in baseball, volleyball, softball, soccer, women’s basketball and women’s tennis. “Tommy is a rising star in the college athletics administration field and, in my view, the ideal leader to advance Louisiana Tech’s athletics program as it transitions into Conference USA,” said Ian McCaw, former athletics director at Baylor University. “He possesses impeccable integrity and has an extraordinary work ethic. Moreover, his interpersonal and relational skills are outstanding and will enable him to quickly connect with Bulldog fans as well as campus and community leaders.” One of McClelland’s main goals was to improve the life of the student-athletes and increase the game-day experience for the McNeese State fan base. One of the most effective ways to accomplish these goals was by improving the facilities. During his time at McNeese State, he oversaw a combined total of over $11 million dollars in facility renovation and new construction. The combination of increased revenue streams, renovations and new construction, and a highly-involved fan base led to plenty of success stories on the playing fields. During his tenure as athletic director, McNeese won Southland Conference championships in football (2007, 2009), soccer (2006, tournament;

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2007, regular season), softball (2010, tournament; 2013, regular season), men’s basketball (2011, regular season), women’s basketball (2011, regular season; 2011 and 2012 tournament) and men’s cross country (2012). The women’s basketball program made its first appearances ever in the NCAA Tournament, and the men’s basketball program hosted the first round of the NIT postseason tournament (Boston College live on ESPNU). Even more impressive is the fact that while the Cowboy and Cowgirl programs were capturing titles on the fields, the University’s student-athletes were making tremendous strides in the classroom. In five of McClelland’s six years as athletics director, McNeese State led the Southland Conference in the number of student-athletes named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In addition, McClelland guided the resurgence in APR success in Lake Charles. The number of athletic programs boasting the required APR score of 925 went from four in his first year to all 16 in his final year. The community service hours performed by the MSU student-athletes also tripled to more than 3,000 during his tenure. “Tommy has a great knowledge of college athletics and excels at helping his student-athletes balance and succeed in their commitments to academics and athletics,” said Warde Manuel, athletics director at the University of Connecticut. “Tommy has also proven his ability to work effectively with coaches and administrators to help his programs be successful.” McClelland earned his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern State in 2004 and completed his master’s degree in sports administration in 2005. He walked on with the Demons football team and eventually earned a scholarship; he also competed in the javelin for the NSU track and field team. The native of Basile, Louisiana served as a graduate assistant at Northwestern State in athletics and also worked at the Southland Conference office as an administrative intern, assisting with championship events. McClelland is also a 2012 graduate of the Executive Program of the Sports Management Institute and attended instruction at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. McClelland is married to the former Jessica Stokes of Garrison, Texas. They have two sons, Lawson (6) and Grayson (5).

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Amber Burdge Asst. AD/ Academics

Shannon Burke G.A./Sports Medicine

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Malcolm Butler Associate A.D./ Communications

Casey Cathrall Strength & Conditioning

Duffy Conroy AC - Men’s Basketball

Travis Creel AC - Baseball

Bryn Crowder G.A./Sports Medicine

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Emerald Doria AC - Softball

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Emily Embree Ticket Sales Manager

Todd Fitch AC - Football

Mike Forsythe AC - Softball

Thomas Graham Academic Advisor

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Kurt Hester Strength & Cond. Coach

Lindsey Hicks AC - WBB

Jonathan Holden Dir. of Video Operations

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Gerald Jordan Assistant AD/ Sports Medicine

Mickey Joseph AC - Football

Sandra Kane Assistant/NCAA Compliance

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Eric Konkol HC - Men’s Basketball

Kegan McDaniel G.A./Football

Robert McFarland AC - Football

Andy Fox Lanier Goethie Dir. Of Basketball AC - Football Operations

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Gary Northen Manager of Business Development

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Armani Perez Director of Football Recruiting

Josh Perot General Manager – LTSP

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Dana Pettit Business Ops. Assistant

David Pillen Assistant AD of Marketing

Byron Pottorff Renee Puckett Solomon Randle Athletic Trainer Office Coordinator/ Coordinator of MBB & Volleyball Athletic Advancement

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Thomas Rice Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jasmine Rich Academic Advisor

Chelsea Rogers WBB Dir. of Development

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Gary Stanley HC - Track & Field

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Scott Stoehr Co-Head Coach - WBB

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Davina Christian Orieukwu Ostrander AC - Track & Field Assoc. HC - Baseball

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S

O

F

T

TUFI

INF

B

A

L

L

2017 Louisiana Tech Softball Media Guide  

Media Guide for 2017 Louisiana Tech Softball

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