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Austin Peay TABLE OF CONTENTS

Index..............................................................................1 This is Austin Peay........................................................2 APSU Softball Facilities.................................................3 2012 Quick Facts..........................................................4 2012 Schedule..............................................................5 COACHES BIOS Head coach Casey Dickson..........................................6 Assistant coach Jessica Rohn.......................................7 PLAYER BIOS Caitlyn Anderson...........................................................8 Ashley Bolda.................................................................9 Morgan Brewer..............................................................10 Catie Cozart..................................................................11 Lauren deCastro............................................................12 Amanda De Vries..........................................................13 Kayla Davidson.............................................................14 Tia Johnson...................................................................15 Amy Mills.......................................................................16 Taylor Mills.....................................................................17 Shelby Norton................................................................18 Jessica Ryan.................................................................19 Kristin Whitmire.............................................................20 Lauren Bradley/Laurel Burroughs................................. 21 Courtney Ervin/Paige Neely..........................................22 Sarah Rasmussen.........................................................23 2011 REVIEW 2011 Final Statistics.......................................................24 2011 Results..................................................................25 LADY GOVS RECORD BOOK Single-Season Hitting Top 10........................................ 27 Singles-Season Pitching Top 10.................................... 28 Career Batting Top 10....................................................29 Career Pitching Top 10..................................................30 OVC Awards & All-Time Coaching Records.................. 31 Lady Govs All-Time Roster............................................32 Lady Govs All-Time Series............................................33

Media Information

The 2012 Austin Peay Softball Media Guide has been written to provide media members with statistics and information needed to adequately cover the Lady Govs throughout the season. If this publication fails to answer any questions, or you need further assistance, please telephone Brad Kirtley in the Austin Peay Sports Information Office at (931) 221-7561.

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CREDITS: The 2012 Austin Peay State University softball media guide was written by Chris Austin, designed by Alaric Klinghard, sports information assistant, assisted by Cody Bush, sports information coordinator and Brad Kirtley, sports information director. Photography provided by Mateen Sidiq, Brittney Sparn, Alaric Klinghard and Brad Kirtley, APSU Sports Information.

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THIS IS AUSTIN PEAY STATE UNIVERSITY

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ustin Peay State University is a comprehensive, stateassisted university with a distinguished tradition in liberal and professional education. The institution is named in honor of Austin Peay, Tennessee’s governor from 1924 until 1927, the year APSU was founded. The university is located in Clarksville, Tenn., just 45 minutes northwest of Tennessee’s capital, Nashville, on Interstate 24. One of the South’s most historic cities, Clarksville also is Tennessee’s third-fastest growing city behind only Memphis and Nashville. Situated on gently rolling terrain near picturesque downtown Clarksville, Austin Peay’s main campus consists of 68 buildings on 169 acres. The classical Georgian architecture of the Austin Peay campus is combined with newer buildings. This blend provides a link with the past while reflecting the academic excellence and dignity of an institution of higher learning. The newest building additions to the main campus are the Foy Fitnees and Recreation Center, Sundquist Science Complex and the new Morgan University Center, each opening for use since 2001. The $11-million Foy Center, features a rock-climbing wall and 10,000 square feet of fitness space and other amenities for the student body. The Sundquist Complex is one of the South’s premier science education facilities and represents the largest capital appropriation ever in Tennessee for a single classroom building. The new Morgan University Center is located in the heart of the campus and features a cybercafe, meeting rooms, a food court, coffee shop, ballroom and lounges for Austin Peay students. Austin Peay’s campus has been the site of seven educational institutions since 1806. The campus was occupied by Southwestern for 50 years until 1925 when the school moved to Memphis. Austin Peay was founded two years later as a two-year normal school to train teachers for the region. Austin Peay has grown over the years to take its place among the finest mid-sized four-year universities in the nation. Austin Peay Normal School became a four-year college in 1941-42, and university status was conferred Sept. 1, 1967. Austin Peay State University currently enrolls more than 10,000 students from every region of Tennessee, most of the 50 states and several foreign countries. Austin Peay offers more than 50 majors in associate, bachelor’s, master’s and education specialist’s degrees with additional areas of concentration. Courses are offered in arts and sciences, business, education, engineering technology, nursing and human services. Graduate studies also are offered in several areas. In addition, numerous online courses are offered each semester. A state leader in public service, Austin Peay State University has more than 750 employees. Engaged in the most modern teaching techniques and research are nearly 280 full-time faculty members, 90 percent of whom hold the earned doctorate or appropriate terminal degrees in their disciplines.

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LADY GOVS SOFTBALL FACILITIES CHERYL HOLT FIELD

The Lady Govs softball diamond officially became Cheryl Holt Field, April 9, 2011, in dedication ceremonies prior to Austin Peay’s softball doubleheader with Murray State. Holt, who was Austin Peay’s head volleyball coach for 23 years and has CHERYL HOLT FILE served in the University’s athletics adminEDUCATION istration since 1997, was Austin Peay’s Ohio State, B.A., 1969 first softball coach when the program was Austin Peay, M.A., 1972 initiated in 1986. The dedication was part of APSU’s Celebration of Women’s AthHEAD COACH letics weekend. VOLLEYBALL (499 victories) University of Mississippi, 1977 Holt was joined on the field for the Miami (Fla.), 1978-81 dedication by APSU President Tim Hall Austin Peay, 1982-2003 along with Women’s in Athletics co-chairs Nancy Howell and Susan Cole, who was SOFTBALL (program’s first coach) a member of the first Lady Govs softball Austin Peay, 1986-87 team. Three other 1986 team members, Jane Goodson, Regina Suggs Clark and Women’s Tennis Ginny Gray Davis, pulled the cords on Austin Peay, 1983-85 the centerfield tarp to unveil the newlyAthletic Administration named field. Senior Woman Administrator “This is one of the proudest moments Austin Peay, 1997of my life and at the same time one of the most humbling as well,” said Holt, who Assistant Athletics Director introduced members of her family. Austin Peay, 2003 APSU’s assistant athletics director since 2003, Holt acknowledged former APSU Athletics Director Johnny Miller for hiring her at Austin Peay as well as subsequent athletics directors and university administrators who supported her and the athletics program. Specifically, she gave credit to all the former studentathletes who helped make the day possible.

Holt amassed 363 victories as APSU head volleyball coach-most of her victories came in her final 13 years as coach when more emphasis was placed on women’s sports, but in particular, volleyball-and 499 overall Division I victories in 28 years. In 1982, Holt came back to Clarksville and Austin Peay, the school where she attained her master’s after earning her bachelor’s from Ohio in 1969. Holt’s coaching career began at Austin Peay during an era when women’s sports coaches were asked to coach multiple sports-she was hired to coach volleyball and women’s tennis in 1982. A four-time OVC Volleyball Coach of the Year, she also served as assistant women’s basketball coach. When Austin Peay initiated the softball program in 1986, the-late Bob Brooks, athletics director at the time, asked Holt to initiate the program. Using mostly student-athletes from other teams like women’s basketball and volleyball, Holt was able to field a team for the 1986 season, playing their games at city-owned Edith Pettus Park. She coached the team again in 1987.

Cheryl Holt Field became the permanent on-campus home facility for the Austin Peay softball team in the 2000 season, giving the Lady Govs their first true home facility in the program’s 15-year history to that point. Its location at the southwest corner of what was the former football practice field puts it at the center of the APSU intercollegiate on-campus sports facilities, being surrounded by the Dunn Center (basketball/volleyball) and Raymond C. Hand Park (baseball) to the west, Morgan Brothers Soccer Field to the north, the Governors Indoor Tennis Center and Governors Stadium (football) to the east. Since becoming the home facility, Lady Govs Field has seen several upgrades take place. First a free-standing, enclosed, field-level press box was brought in 2001 and lights were added two years later. In 2005, there was an upgrade to the dugouts, as the gray cinderblock was covered with red bricks, more matching the university’s main color, while a covered hitting area/ storage area building was built behind the right field fence. The structure has two hitting tunnels and can hold up to four simulteanous hitting stations. In 2006, a black hitter’s background was erected in centerfield. More upgrades came in 2007, as the original fence backstop was taken down and replaced with a two-part backstop, a bottom that is a solid redbrick base, with the upper part being a nylon-webbing net on a four-pole system. The black hitters’ background, which was behind the original fence in centerfield, became the new centerfield wall, bringing the centerfield to a distance of 210 feet, while the left and right field lines remain at 200 feet. Prior to the 2000 season, the Austin Peay softball team had played at several locations off campus for its home games, but primarily at Edith Pettus Park, just off the northwest side of the main APSU campus.

HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE

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Quick Facts 2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. Name Pos. B/T Ht. Yr. Exp. 1 Courtney Ervin OF L/R 5-4 Fr. 2 Catie Cozart OF L/R 5-7 Sr. 3 Caitlyn Anderson OF R/R 5-7 So. 5 Laurel Burroughs 2B/SS R/R 5-7 Fr. 6 Paige Neely 2B/SS L/R 5-5 Fr. 7 Amy Mills C R/R 5-5 Sr. 9 Kristin Whitmire 2B/SS R/R 5-8 R-So. 10 Tia Johnson OF L/R 5-2 So. 11 Ashley Bolda P L/R 5-5 Sr. 12 Kayla Davidson SS/2B R/R 5-6 So. 13 Shelby Norton C/1B R/R 5-4 R-Jr. 14 Lauren deCastro P R/R 5-7 So. 17 Morgan Brewer P/1B R/R 5-9 Jr. 19 Jessica Ryan OF R/R 5-3 R-Jr. 21 Sarah Rasmussen P/OF R/R 5-9 Fr. 22 Amanda De Vries C/OF R/R 5-7 So. 23 Taylor Mills P L/R 5-3 So. 33 Lauren Bradley UT L/R 5-6 Fr.

Hometown (High School/JC) HS Seymour, Tenn. (Seymour HS) 3L Newburgh, Ind. (Castle HS) 1L Plainfield, Ill. (Plainfield North HS) HS Lebanon, Tenn. (Friendship Christian HS) HS Nashville, Tenn. (Goodpasture HS) 2L Chelsea, Okla. (Northeastern State) 1L Apison, Tenn. (Ooltewah HS) 1L Clarksville, Tenn. (Kenwood HS) 3L Wentzville, Mo. (Holt HS) 1L South Fulton, Tenn. (South Fulton HS) 2L Madison, Ala. (Madison Academy) 1L Torrance, Calf. (Torrance HS) 2L Collierville, Tenn. (Houston HS) 2L Chicago, Ill. (Castle HS) HS Greenwood, Calif. (Golden Sierra HS) 1L Mossley, Ontario (Lord Dorchester Secondary) 1L Ft. Gibson, Okla. (Ft. Gibson HS) HS Columbia, Tenn. (Columbia Academy)

Head Coach: Casey Dickson (Oklahoma, 2000) Assistant Coach: Jessica Rohn (Temple (2007)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 3 Caitlyn Anderson 11 Ashley Bolda 33 Lauren Bradley 1 7 Morgan Brewer 5 Laurel Burroughs 2 Catie Cozart 12 Kayla Davidson 14 Lauren deCastro 22 Amanda De Vries 1 Courtney Ervin 10 Tia Johnson 7 Amy Mills 23 Taylor Mills 6 Paige Neely 13 Shelby Norton 21 Sarah Rasmussen 19 Jessica Ryan 9 Kristin Whitmire

2012 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Ashley Bolda.............................................................................. BOLD-ah Jessica Rohn.............................................................................. Row-NN Amanda De Vries........................................................................D-verise

2012 SOFTBALL QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location ............................................................................ Clarksville, TN 37044 Founded ...................................................................................................... 1927 Enrollment . .............................................................................................. 10,873 Nickname ........................................................................................... Lady Govs Colors .......................................................................................... Red and White Field (capacity) ............................................................... Cheryl Holt Field (150) National Affiliation . ...................................................................NCAA Division I Conference . ...................................................................................... Ohio Valley President ......................................................................................... Timothy Hall Athletics Director .............................................................................. Dave Loos Athletics Department Phone ............................................(931) 221-7903 Athletics Department Fax .................................................(931) 221-7830 Sports Information Director ............................................................Brad Kirtley Softball Contact .......................................................................Brad Kirtley Sports Information Phone ................................................(931) 221-7561 Sports Information Fax .....................................................(931) 221-7562 Athletics Web site ...................................................................LetsGoPeay.com HISTORICAL INFORMATION First Year ..................................................................................................... 1986 All-Time Record ..................................................................................460-805-4 COACHING STAFF Head Coach . ................................................. Casey Dickson (Oklahoma, 2000) Career Record (Years) ................................................. 98-181 (Six years) Record at APSU ........................................................43-118 (Three years) Softball Office Telephone .............................................(931) 221-6190

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Athletics Department Fax .................................................(931) 221-7830 Assistant Coach ...................................................Jessica Rohn (Temple, 2007) Trainer ...............................................................................................Mitchell Gill . ............................................................................................Chris Kirchman Training Room Phone ................................................................(931) 221-6110 Manager......................................................................................... Jake Sirmeyer TEAM INFORMATION 2011 Record ............................................................................................... 12-40 2011 OVC Record/ Finish . .................................................................. 7-23/10th Letterwinners Returning (13): Catie Cozart, OF; Caitlyn Anderson, OF; Amy Mills, C; Kristin Whitmire, 2B/OF; Ashley Bolda, P; Kayla Davidson, 3B; Shelby Norton, C/1B; Lauren deCastro, P/1B; Morgan Brewer, P; Jessica Ryan, OF; Amanda De Vries, C; Taylor Mills, P; Tia Johnson, OF. Letterwinners Lost (2): Tiffany Smith, 3B; Randal Davenport, 2B. Starters Returning (7): Catie Cozart, OF; Amy Mills, C; Kristin Whitmire, SS; Kayla Davidson, 3B; Shelby Norton, 1B; Lauren deCastro, OF; Jessica Ryan, OF. Pitchers returning (4): Ashley Bolda, Morgan Brewer, Lauren deCastro, Taylor Mills. Pitchers Lost (0): none Newcomers (5): Courtney Ervin, OF; Laurel Burroughs, 2B/SS; Paige Neely, 2B/ SS; Sarah Rasmussen, P/OF; Lauren Bradley, UT.

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Date

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Location

Time (CT)

Kennesaw State Classic-Woodstock, Ga. Mercer Miami (OH) Southern Illinois Carbondale Kennesaw State Jackson State (DH) Jackson State Trevecca (DH)

Woodstock, Ga. Woodstock, Ga. Woodstock, Ga. Woodstock, Ga. Jackson, Miss. Jackson, Miss. Clarksville, Tenn.

9:30 a.m. Noon 9:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

2 2 3 3 4 6 10 11 17 18 21 24 25 29 31

Hyatt Downtown Tulsa Tournament-Tulsa, Okla. Loyola Chicago Tulsa North Texas North Texas Loyola Chicago Oklahoma *Tennessee Tech (DH) *Tennessee Tech *SIU Edwardsville (DH) *SIU Edwardsville *Tennessee State (DH) *Morehead State (DH) *Morehead State *Tennessee State *Eastern Kentucky (DH)

Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Norman, Okla. Clarksville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. Edwardsville, Ill. Edwardsville, Ill. Nashville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. Richmond, Ky.

12:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 3 p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. Noon

Sat. 11 Sat. 11 Sun. 12 Sun. 12 Sat. 18 Sun. 19 Wed. 22 MARCH

Fri. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sun. Tue. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun. Thur. Sat.

Sun. Wed. Tue. Thur. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun.

1 4 10 12 14 15 18 21 22 25 28 29

*Eastern Kentucky *UT Martin (DH) Lipscomb (DH) *UT Martin *Southeast Missouri (DH) *Southeast Missouri Alabama A&M (DH) *Murray State (DH) *Murray State Evansville (DH) *Jacksonville State (DH) *Jacksonville State

Richmond, Ky. Clarksville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. Huntsville, Ala. Murray, Ky. Murray, Ky. Evansville, Ind. Clarksville, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn.

Noon 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Sat. Sun.

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*Eastern Illinois (DH) *Eastern Illinois

Charleston, Ill. Charleston, Ill.

1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Thur. Fri. Sat.

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OVC Tournament OVC Tournament OVC Tournament

TBD TBD TBD

TBA TBA TBA

APRIL

MAY

Ohio Valley Conference Tournament – at Regular Season Champion

* Ohio Valley Conference Game -- Home games will be played at APSU’s Cheryl Holt Field.

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CASEY DICKSON

HEAD COACH

Fourth Season • Oklahoma (1997) Casey Dickson is entering her fourth season as the Lady Govs head coach. She is the sixth head softball coach in the 24-year history of the program, after officially being named to the position on July 1, 2008. The Lady Govs struggled record-wise (12-40) with a young team in 2011, but posted wins against five of the six teams that advanced to the Ohio Valley Conference tournament, including taking two of three games from defending conference regular-season champion UT Martin. Statistically, the team was ranked in the top 50 in the country in double plays turned, while tying the school singleseason team record for home runs (30) and setting a mark for being hit by pitches (30). Individually, red-shirt sophomore Shelby Norton was ranked 64th in the nation in hit by pitches (11), while also setting the school mark in the same category. Also, sophomore pitcher Morgan Brewer’s 43 appearances ranked second most in APSU single-season history, while red-shirt sophomore Jessica Ryan’s eight home runs were the sixth best in single-season mark. In the classroom, four Lady Govs (Catie Cozart, Randal Davenport, Brewer and Ryan) were named All-America Scholar’s by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, while the team as a whole was honored by the NFCA for finishing with a 3.102 team grade-point average. Austin Peay was 16-35 overall in 2010, marking the second straight season the Lady Govs softball team saw improvements in both total wins and winning percentage. But the biggest improvement for the Austin Peay softball team came in Ohio Valley Conference play where the Lady Govs won eight games -- two more than the total number of conference wins recorded in the previous two seasons combined. The Lady Govs also had their first OVC Pitcher and Player of the Week winners during Dickson’s tenure, with freshman Morgan Brewer earning Pitcher of the Week (April 5) and freshman Shine Huwe named Player of the Week (April 12). It marked the first time since the 2007 season an Austin Peay player, or pitcher had earned the in-season, weekly honor. The honors didn’t end on the field, with sophomore Catie Cozart being named to the CoSIDA academic all-district second team with a 3.36 grade point average in computer science. The Lady Govs were 15-38 in her first season at the helm, with the 15 wins being the third best win total for a first-year coach in the program’s history and the second best since softball was made a conference sponsored sport by the Ohio Valley Conference in 1994.

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Highlighting Dickson’s first season as coach was a third place finish (out of a 19-team field) at the Georgia Tech Buzz Classic finishing behind only Atlantic Coast Conference member Georgia Tech and Big 10 Conference member Purdue. Two of her players were also named to all-tournament teams during the 2009 season, with outfielder Samantha Butts earning honors at the Auburn War Eagle Classic and pitcher Abby Mabry at the Buzz Classic. Dickson came to Austin Peay after spending the previous three seasons at Temple University in Philadelphia, where she posted a won-loss record of 55-68. In 2007, Dickson helped junior first baseman Courtney Norene earn second-team All-Atlantic 10 Conference honors, finishing the year batting .290 with a conference-leading 10 home runs. In Dickson’s second season the team posted an 18-21 overall record and its first postseason appearance since 2004. She produced Temple’s first Atlantic 10 Softball Player of the Year since 1989 in Adrienne Repsher. Temple junior outfielder Brittany Burks was named to the 2007 Atlantic 10 Softball All-Championship team, while Repsher earned AllMid-Atlantic Region honors. The team had a .330 batting average, good for second in the A-10. The 2007 Owls faced difficult competition as they

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battled against national powers, Arizona and Oklahoma. In her first season at Temple, Dickson guided the Owls to a 22-23 finish overall and a 12-6 conference mark. The Owls’ fifth-place finish in the Atlantic 10, following a 4-12 2005 campaign, was a credit to the team’s .282 batting average. During the 2006 season the team compiled a ninegame winning streak, the longest since Temple won 11 straight in 2002. Prior to accepting the head coaching responsibilities at Temple, Dickson served two years as the head softball coach at Frank Phillips College in Borger, Texas. At Frank Phillips, she helped to establish the program which began intercollegiate competition in 2002. Dickson took over a team that was winless in its inaugural season of competition and guided it to 11 victories in her last year, despite moving from Division III to Division I of the Western Junior Athletic Conference. Her greatest accomplishment while at Frank Phillips however came off the field of play. Dickson’s 2005 team earned a combined 3.62 cumulative GPA and was named the National Junior College Athletic Association All-Academic Team of the Year. Stints as an assistant coach at NCAA Division I programs such as Tulsa University (1999), Nicholls State University (2000) and Texas-San Antonio (2001) served as the proving ground for Dickson. She also took over the head coaching reins at Nicholls State on an interim basis following the 2000 season, and was the head coach of the 18-and-under Oklahoma City L’il Saints in 2003.

A four-year softball letter winner during her days as a first baseman at Oklahoma, Dickson set single-season school records for home runs (17) and RBI’s (61) her senior season in 1997. She ended her four years at OU as one of the school’s most prolific offensive players, sitting atop career lists for RBI’s (166), home runs (27), total bases (337) and walks (118). The first Oklahoma player to receive All-Midwest Region honors three times (1995-97), the three-time all-conference selection led the Sooners to four straight NCAA Tournaments. Following her collegiate playing career, Dickson was selected by Tampa Bay in the first Women’s Professional Softball League draft. She opted to play with the California Redding Rebels in the Women’s Major Softball League (1997). A 2000 graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature, Dickson is currently working on her master’s degree through the National Fastpitch Coaches College/Texas Women’s University.

JESSICA ROHN ASSISTANT COACH

Fourth Season • Temple (2007) Jessica Rohn is entering her fourth season as an assistant for coach Casey Dickson and the Lady Govs softball team. This season also marks her second year as the top assistant, handling academics for the program and setting up team travel, after previously serving one season as the number-two assistant and her first season with the program served as a volunteer coach. On the field, Rohn coaches first base for the Lady Govs and works with the Lady Govs infield and outfield defense as well as other facets of softball program. Other duties off the field include being in charge of fundraising for the program along with serving as director of camps and clinics.

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During the past two seasons Rohn worked to develop individual game sponsorships and in-between-inning promotions for all home games. Rohn came to Austin Peay after playing at Temple University, including her final two years under Dickson, where she was a four-year letter winner for the Owls. As a senior, (2007), she was named second-team All-Atlantic 10 as a shortstop after hitting .297, in 39 games, with six doubles and five home runs among her 35 hits. She also scored 31 runs and had 25 RBI.

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CAITLYN ANDERSON

3 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 20 games, with nine starts ... one of two Lady Govs to record a pinch hit ... second on team with 11 appearances off the bench ... had a career best three putouts versus Jacksonville State (4/16) ... recorded first RBI against SEC member Mississippi (2/25). High School: Played shortstop and centerfield for coach Claude Ainsworth at Plainfield North High School where she hit .485 as a senior ... is school’s all-time leader in triples and RBI, while setting the single-season record in hits (54) ... named all conference in 2008 and 2010 ... made Enterprise and Herald all-area teams in 2008-10 ... was school’s Tiger Award winner ... was a National French Honor Society member. Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Mary Anderson ... has two younger brothers Max and Sam ... birthday is April 20 ... Peyton Manning is athlete she most admires ... biology major ... wants to teach and coach after college.

2011 Totals

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G 20 20

AB 29 29

R 3 3

H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 6 0 0 0 6 .207 4 6 0 0 0 6 .207 4

SO • OF • 5-7 • R/R

Plainfield, Ill. • Plainfield North HS CAREER HIGHS At Bats:................................ 4 vs. MOR (3/12/11) Runs:............... 1, 3 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/9/11) Hits:.............. 1, 6 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/10/11) Doubles: . ......................................................... N/A Triples: ............................................................. N/A Home runs: ...................................................... N/A RBI: . .............1, 4 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/10/11) Walks: ............1, 4 times, m.r. vs. TTU (4/30/11) Strikeouts: .....2, 2 times, m.r. vs. JSU (4/16/11) Putouts: ................................3 vs. JSU (4/16/11) Assists: . ................................ 1 vs. MUR (4/9/11) Errors:................................1 vs. SEMO (2/26/11)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 0-0 4 11 0 2-0 .207 0-0 4 11 0 2-0 .207

PO 11 11

A E DP AVG 1 1 0 .923 1 1 0 .923

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ASHLEY BOLDA SR • P • 5-5 • L/R

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Wentzville, Mo. • Holt HS

2011 (Junior): Appeared in 33 games starting 24 ... made four starts in the outfield ...only player on team to have more walks (8) than hits (5) ... in the circle, appeared in 25 games with 10 starts ... two of her three wins were complete-game victories ... second on team with three wins and 64.2 innings pitched ... recorded a careerhigh three putouts versus Murray State (4/9/11). 2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in the circle 22 times, with nine starts and one complete game ... had team fewest walks (12), wild pitches (3) and extra-base hits given up (17) ... scored first career run versus Belmont (4/6). 2009 (Freshman): Second on team with 30 appearances in the circle … led team in pitching starts (19), complete games (5), shutouts (2), saves (1), innings pitched (109.1) and strikeouts (58) … got first win versus Kentucky Wesleyan (2/25) … had career-high nine strike outs versus Tennessee Tech (3/21) … picked up first career hit versus Tennessee Tech (3/21). High School: Pitched for Joel Adam at Holt High School … earned firstteam all-district honors as sophomore, junior and senior … all-conference as a sophomore and senior … named first-team all-state in Missouri as senior … went 16-4, with a 0.26 ERA, giving up just five earned runs in 132.2 innings pitched … authored eight shutouts … finished with 233 strikeouts (12.29 per game) … named St. Louis Cardinals and St. Charles Player of the Week … was on honor roll all four years, graduating cum laude … named to all-academic team three years. Personal: Daughter of Craig and Margaret Bolda … has one older sister, April … birthday is June 6 … lists Olympic beach volleyball gold medal winner Misty May-Treanor as athlete she most admires … plans on being an accounting major and becoming a CPA after college.

2009 2010 2011 Career

G 30 26 33 89

AB 8 6 40 54

R 0 1 6 7

PITCHING STATISTICS G GS CG 2009 30 19 5 2010 22 9 1 2011 25 10 2 Career 77 38 8

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H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 1 0 0 0 1 .125 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 5 0 0 0 5 .125 0 6 0 0 0 6 .111 0 W 3 0 3 6

L 14 7 9 30

S 1 0 0 1

SHO 2 0 0 2

IP 109.1 51.0 64.2 225.0

CAREER HIGHS At Bats:................................. 4 vs. UTM (3/22/11) Runs:.............. 1, 7 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/9/11) Hits:................ 1, 6 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/9/11) Doubles:........................................................... N/A Triples:.............................................................. N/A Home runs:...................................................... N/A RBI:................................................................... N/A Walks:............ 1, 8 times, m.r. vs. JSU (4/17/11) Strikeouts:... 2, 4 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/10/11) Putouts:................................. 3 vs. MUR (4/9/11) Assists:.......... 4, 5 times, m.r. vs. USA (2/26/11) Errors:........... 1, 3 times, last vs. SEMO (4/2/11) Innings pitched:............... 9.0 vs. UTM (4/23/09) Walks:.............. 3, 3 times, m.r. vs. TSU (4/7/11) Strikeouts:............................ 9 vs. TTU (3/21/09)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 0-0 0 5 0 0-0 .125 0-0 0 4 0 0-0 .000 1-2 8 15 2 2-0 .125 1-2 8 24 2 2-0 .111

H 148 68 95 311

2B 25 7 22 54

3B 1 1 1 3

HR R ER BB 11 75 57 16 9 46 30 12 13 73 57 23 33 194 144 51

PO 5 0 10 15 SO 58 32 25 115

A 30 13 17 60

E DP .AVG 1 1 .972 1 0 .929 1 0 .964 3 1 .962

WP HP 7 3 3 2 6 3 16 8

ERA 3.65 4.12 6.17 4.48

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MORGAN BREWER

JR • P • 5-9 • R/R

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Collierville, Tenn. • Houston HS

2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 51 games, starting 45 ... one of three Lady Govs with more than one gamewinning hit, one versus Belmont (2/13) and the other versus Tennessee State (3/31) ... had a career-best three RBI versus Tennessee State (3/31) ... tied for second on team in sacrifice bunts (4) ... led team in hits (4) versus left-handed pitching ... also paced team with 43 appearances in circle, second most in school history ... only pitcher in school history to have multiple seasons of at least 38 mound appearances ... led team in complete games (12), wins (8), innings pitched (168.2) and strikeouts (80) ... pitched team’s only shutout versus Tennessee State (3/31). 2010 (Freshman): Experienced one of the best freshman pitching campaigns in school history by leading team in every pitching category, including appearances (38), starts (18), wins (12), complete games (5), shutouts (2), strikeouts (94) and ERA (3.05) ... her 38 appearances were freshman single-season record and the third most overall by a pitcher ... 12 wins ties for seventh most in single-season and most by a Lady Gov pitcher since 2007 ... became first Lady Gov since 2007 season to be named OVC Pitcher of the Week (4/5) after going 3-0, in five appearances, with a 0.00 ERA, in 16.1 inning of work, while striking out 13 and walking three, with opponents hitting only .167 batting average over the week ... twice named APSU Athlete of the Week ... finished third overall among OVC pitchers in appearances and seventh in wins (12) and innings pitched (140.2) ... in OVC play finished first in appearances (21), third in ERA (1.91), fifth in wins (8), sixth in innings pitched (80.2), seventh in strikeouts (51) and ninth in opponents batting average (.228) ... offensively had two multiple-hit games, while recording a game-winning hit versus IUPUI (2/19) ... earned membership in Alpha Lambda Delta national freshman honor society. High School: Pitched and played second and third base for coach Chad Becker at Houston High School … led team to state tournament as senior … finished with a 17-13 win-loss records and a 0.48 ERA … struck out 17, while giving up only four hits in two games at state tournament … played on three region championship teams while at Houston … named three times to Memphis All-Metro team … named Memphis Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps Individual Sport Award winner for softball fol 2010 2011 Career

G 46 51 96

AB 42 108 150

R 1 4 5

PITCHING STATISTICS G GS CG 2010 38 18 5 2011 43 23 12 Career 81 41 17

10

H 7 20 27

2B 3B HR TB 1 0 0 8 0 1 1 25 1 1 1 33 W 12 8 20

L 10 18 28

S 0 0 0

Returners

.SLG RBI .190 3 .231 8 .220 11

SHO 2 1 3

IP 140.2 168.2 309.1

lowing senior season … member on National Honor Society and Faculty Honor Roll. Personal: Daughter of Mike and Jean Brewer … no brothers or sisters … birthday is June 29 … lists Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning as athlete she most admires .. plans on majoring in a medical field.

CAREER HIGHS At Bats:......... 4, 5 times, m.r. vs. UTM (3/22/11) Runs:.............. 1, 5 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/9/11) Hits:............... 2, 6 times, m.r. vs. TSU (3/31/11) Doubles: . ...........................1 vs. IUPUI (2/19/10) Triples: .................................. 1 vs. EIU (4/22/11) Home runs: .......................... 1 vs. TSU (3/31/11) RBI: . ..................................... 3 vs. TSU (3/31/11) Walks: ...................................2 vs. TTU (3/20/10) Strikeouts: ....2, 3 times, m.r. vs. EKU (3/19/11) Putouts: ................................. 7 vs. BU (2/20/10) Assists: . ................................ 4 vs. SIUE (5/7/11) Errors:...............1, 9 times, m.r. vs. TSU (4/7/11) Innings pitched:............ 8, m.r. vs. EIU (4/22/11) Walks: ............ 5, 2 times, m.r. vs. BEL(3/16/11) Strikeouts: .... 7, 2 times, m.r. vs. TSU (3/31/11)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 0-0 4 9 2 1-0 .167 1-1 6 24 1 4-0 .185 1-1 10 33 3 5-0 .180

H 144 201 345

2B 23 31 54

3B 5 4 9

HR R ER BB 12 87 61 39 17 132 95 58 29 219 156 97

PO 16 4 20 SO 94 80 174

A 36 42 78

E DP .AVG 5 4 .912 4 3 .920 9 7 .916

WP 8 12 20

HP 11 15 26

ERA 3.04 3.94 3.53

Austin Peay


Returners

CATIE COZART SR • OF • 5-7 • L/R

2

Newburgh, Ind. • Castle HS

2011 (Junior): Only player to start all 52 games (51 in centerfield, 1 at shortstop) ... owns school record of 156 straight games started ... led team in hits (40), multi-hit games (8), triples (2) and total bases (58) ... her two triples tied for seventh best in OVC ... tied for team lead with a .255 batting average, 20 runs scored and 6 stolen bases...had game-winning hit versus UT Martin (4/12) ... tied for second on team with 11 hits with runners in scoring position ... set singlegame best with three walks versus Belmont (2/13). 2010 (Sophomore): One of four players to appear and start in all 51 games in 2010 ... enters season with 104 consecutive starts in centerfield... led team with four game-winning hits, including three in OVC contests... finished second on team in doubles (7) and home runs (3), while finishing third in hits (33), multiple-high games (6) and stolen bases (7) ...played three innings of shortstop for the first time since high school versus Tennessee-Martin (3/7) recording a putout and four assists ... had career single-game high three RBI versus Southeast Missouri (4/3) ... named to the CoSIDA second-team academic all-district squad. 2009 (Freshman): One of only two Lady Govs to appear and start all 53 games in ’09 … tied for second on team in home runs (2) and third in walks (15), stolen bases (5) and hit by pitches (3) … had team singlegame best three walks versus Howard (3/6) and two hit by pitches versus Southeast Missouri (4/19) … had home runs on back-to-back days versus Southeast Missouri (4/18, 4/19) … had career high five putouts versus Jacksonville State (3/15). High School: Played shortstop for Pat Lockyear at Castle High School … team was state champion runner-up (Class 4A) junior season … earned first-team All-State, All-Conference and All-District honors after hitting .368 and driving in 22 runs for Southern Indiana Athletic Conference champions. Personal: Daughter of Rod and Cathy Cozart … has two older siblings, brother Jon and sister Sarah … birthday is August 24 … lists former NFL Brett Farve as athlete she most admires … plans on being a computer science major … wants to coach NCAA Division I softball after college.

2009 2010 2011 Totals

G 53 51 52 156

AB 138 141 157 436

R 10 12 20 42

Lady Govs

H 23 33 40 96

2B 3B HR TB 5 0 2 34 7 1 3 51 5 2 3 58 17 3 8 143

.SLG RBI .246 6 .362 16 .369 14 .328 36

CAREER HIGHS At Bats:................................ 5 vs. UTM (3/22/11) Runs: .............2, 6 times, m.r. vs. EKU (3/20/11) Hits:............... 3, 4 times, m.r. vs. EKU (3/20/11) Doubles: . ..... 1, 17 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/8/11) Triples: ..........1, 3 times, m.r. vs. EKU (3/19/11) Home runs: ....1, 8 times, m.r. vs. JSU (4/16/11) RBI: . .................................... 3 vs. SEMO (4/3/10) Walks: ............ 3, 2 times, m.r. vs. BEL(2/13/11) Strikeouts: ... 3, 2 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (4/10/09) Putouts: ................................ 6 vs. JSU (4/17/11) Assists: . .................................4 vs. UTM (3/7/10) Errors:..................................4 vs. MOR (3/12/11)

SB-A 5-7 7-9 6-10 18-26

BB 15 13 11 39

SO HP S/B-F .AVG 38 3 3-0 .167 30 1 1-1 .234 30 3 3-0 .255 98 7 7-1 .220

PO 53 58 84 195

A 4 7 7 18

E DP .AVG 5 0 .919 5 1 .929 6 2 .918 16 3 .930

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LAUREN deCASTRO

SO • P-UTL • 5-7 • R/R

14

Torrance, Calif. • Torrance HS

2011 (Freshman): Played and started 49 games ... tied for team lead in batting average (.255) and stolen bases (6) ... second on team in hits (35) and multiple hit games (7) ... led team in doubles (7) ... tied for third on team in RBI (16) and two-out RBI (8) ... had two four-RBI games, Belmont (2/13) and Morehead State (3/12) ... had two three-hit games, Belmont (2/13) and Morehead State (3/12) ... one of three Lady Govs - and only freshman -- to record more than one game-winning hit, versus Alabama State (3/4) and Southeast Missouri (4/3) ... appeared 16 times with 12 starts and one complete game (Eastern Michigan 3/26) ... struck out career-high six batters versus Tennessee State (3/31). High School: Pitched and played first base for coach Donald Glavich at Torrance High School ... hit .292 as a senior, with five home runs, 20 RBI, a .517 slugging percentage and a perfect 6-for-6 in stolen bases... in the circle, had a 1.36 ERA and a 17-7 win-loss record in 154 innings of work ... had seven shutouts and 223 strikeouts ... named Daily Breeze Player of the Year ... played first base as a junior, batting .364, with nine doubles, two triples and one home run ... named first-team Daily Breeze All-Area, as well as earning first-team All-Pioneer League honors ... as a sophomore, hit .350, with four doubles and three triples ... named to secondteam Daily Breeze All-Area team and second team All-Pioneer League. Personal: Daughter of Mike and Sue deCastro ... one older brother Brandon ... birthday is January 16 ... Jennie Finch is athlete she most admires ... is a psychology major ... wants to be a family psychologist after college.

2011 Career

G 49 49

AB 137 137

R 16 16

PITCHING STATISTICS G GS CG 2011 16 12 1 Career 16 12 1

12

H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 35 7 1 3 53 .387 16 35 7 1 3 53 .387 16 W 0 0

L 8 8

S 0 0

SHO 0 0

IP 57.1 57.1

CAREER HIGHS At Bats: ......4, 10mtimes, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/8/11) Runs:............ 2, 2 times, m.r. vs. MOR (3/12/11) Hits: ..............3, 2 times, m.r. vs. MOR (3/12/11) Doubles: . ..... 1, 7 times, m.r. vs. UTM (4/12/11) Triples: .................................. 1 vs. SIUE (5/8/11) Home runs: .. 1, 3 times, m.r. vs. SEMO (4/3/11) RBI:............... 4, 2 times, m.r. vs. MOR (3/12/11) Walks: ............1, 5 times, m.r. vs. TTU (4/30/11) Strikeouts: .........................3 vs. IUPUI (2/12/11) Putouts: ............................... 4 vs. USA (2/27/11) Assists: . ....... 4, 3 times, m.r. vs. EMU (3/26/11) Errors:............1, 5 times, m.r. vs. EKU (3/19/11)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 6-7 5 27 2 3-0 .255 6-7 5 27 2 3-0 .255 H 73 73

2B 12 12

3B 1 1

HR 5 5

R 58 58

ER 50 50

BB 42 42

PO 32 32 SO 35 35

A E DP .AVG 24 5 1 .918 24 5 1 .918 WP HP 7 13 7 13

ERA 6.10 6.10

Austin Peay


Returners

AMANDA De VRIES

22

Mossley, Ontario • Lord Dorchester Sec.

2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 15 games, starting eight ... threw out four of five opponents trying to steal a base in seven games behind the plate ... had season’s lone RBI versus Murray State (4/9) ... had career best three putouts and assists versus Belmont (2/13). High School: Played volleyball, golf and ran track at Lord Dorchester Secondary where she was the junior and senior Female Athlete of the Year won Ontario Volleyball Association Award of Excellence ... played softball in summer for travel team, where she caught and played in the outfield ... team finishing fifth at the Canadian National Championships and earning a silver medal at the Ontario Grand Championships ... won Canadian National Cather Award ... offensively, she batted .317 last season, including four triples and a home run ... has a 1.8 second pop time to second base and a 0.88 second pop time to first. Personal: Daughter of Darren and Jennifer De Vries ... birthday is February 9 ... Canadian humanitarian and cancer research activist Terry Fox is athlete she most admires ... health and human performance major ... wants to be a chiropractor after college.

2011 Totals

G 15 15

AB 15 15

R 0 0

Lady Govs

SO • C • 5-7 • R/R

H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 2 0 0 0 2 .133 1 2 0 0 0 2 .133 1

CAREER HIGHS At Bats: .........3, 2 times, m.r. vs. EKU (3/20/11) Runs: ................................................................ N/A Hits: ................ 1, 2 times, m.r. vs, MUR (4/9/11) Doubles: . ......................................................... N/A Triples:.............................................................. N/A Home runs:...................................................... N/A RBI: . ...................................... 1 vs. MUR (4/9/11) Walks: .............................................................. N/A Strikeouts: ....2, 2 times, m.r. vs. EKU (3/20/11) Putouts: ................................ 3 vs. BEL(2/13/11) Assists: . ................................ 3 vs. BEL(2/13/11) Errors:................ 1, 4 times, m.r. vs. UK (4/6/11)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 0-0 0 8 0 0-0 .133 0-0 0 8 0 0-0 .133

PO 10 10

A E DP AVG 6 4 0 .800 6 4 0 .800

13


KAYLA DAVIDSON

12

14

G 35 35

AB 56 56

R 6 6

SO • IF • 5-6 • R/R

South Fulton, Tenn. • South Fulton HS

2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 35 games, starting 29 ... had gamewinning hit versus Eastern Michigan (3/27) ... one of two Lady Govs to record a pinch hit ... had career-best three RBI versus Eastern Michigan (3/27/11) ... set career highs in both putouts (5) and assists (5) in same game versus Eastern Illinois (4/22). High School: Played shortstop and second base for coach Curt Lee at South Fulton High School ... team finished third in the 2010 TSSAA Class A state tournament ... batted .341, with three home runs and 19 RBI ... named to all-district and all-district tournament teams ... hit .340 as a junior with 31 RBI. Personal: Daughter of Bud and Melinda Davidson ... has younger brother Kody and a younger sister Gracy ... birthday is June 25 ... hasn’t declared a major ... wants to coach in college after graduation.

2011 Totals

Returners

H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 9 2 1 0 13 .232 5 9 2 1 0 13 .232 5

CAREER HIGHS At Bats:......... 3, 11 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/8/11) Runs: ................................... 2 vs. UTM (3/22/11) Hits: ................ 2, 2 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/8/11) Doubles: . ....... 1, 2 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/8/11) Triples:................................. 1 vs. EMU (3/27/11) Home runs: ...................................................... N/A RBI: . .................................... 3 vs. EMU (3/27/11) Walks: ............ 1, 6 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/7/11) Strikeouts: ..... 2, 3 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/7/11) Putouts:................................. 5 vs. EIU (4/22/11) Assists: . ................................ 5 vs. EIU (4/22/11) Errors:........... 2, 2 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (4/22/11)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 1-1 6 16 0 2-0 .161 1-1 6 16 0 2-0 .161

PO 50 50

A E DP .AVG 51 11 5 .902 51 11 5 .902

Austin Peay


Returners

TIA JOHNSON

23

SO • OF • 5-2 • L/R

Clarksville, Tenn. • Kenwood HS CAREER HIGHS At Bats:................................. 5 vs. TSU (3/30/10) Runs: ..........1, nine times, m.r. vs. EIU (4/24/10) Hits: ............3, two times, m.r. vs. TSU (3/30/10) Doubles:.............................. 1 vs. AAM (2/25/10) Triples: ....... 1, two times, m.r. vs. TTU (3/20/10) Home runs:...................................................... n/a RBI: . .................................... 2 vs. AAM (2/25/10) Walks:.............................................................. n/a Strikeouts: .2, four times, m.r. vs. UTM (3/28/10) Putouts: ......3, three times, m.r. vs. QU (3/5/10) Assists: . ................................... 1 vs. QU (3/5/10) Errors:....... 1, two times, m.r. vs. SEMO (4/2/10)

2011: Did not play. 2010: Appeared in 33 games, starting 19, including 17 games in left field and one in right field … led team with two triples … was fifth on team in appearances off the bench …second on team with two three-hit games, the first against Alabama A&M (2/25) and against Tennessee State (3/30) … had two RBI versus Alabama A&M (2/25) … had hits in both plate appearances against left-handed pitchers … had three putouts and an assist versus Quinnipiac (3/5) High School: Pitched for former Lady Govs softball standout coach Natasha Hufstettler at Kenwood High School … was named co-player of the year following her junior season by The Leaf-Chronicle … named to all-area team as junior and senior after being selected to second-team all-area her sophomore season … twice won school’s academic award … named to Who’s Who among High School Students … earned National Honor Roll honors. Personal: Daughter of Yuletta Johnson and Lee Williams … has five siblings, Brittany, Ayesha, Takaia, Christopher and Gabrielle ... birthday is February 10 … lists WNBA All-Star Lisa Leslie as athlete she most admires … nursing major.

G AB R H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 2010 33 52 9 13 1 2 0 18 .346 3 2011 Did Not Play Totals 33 52 9 13 1 2 0 18 .346 3

Lady Govs

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 0-3 0 13 0 2-0 .250 0-3

0

13

0

2-0

.250

PO 11

A E DP AVG 1 2 1 .857

11

1 2

1

.857

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Returners

AMY MILLS

7

SR • C • 5-5 • R/R

Chelsea, Okla. • Northeastern State

2011 (Junior): Appeared in 51 games with 50 starts ... one of only three Lady Govs to finish season with more than 30 hits (34) ... tied for second on team in walks (11) and third in RBI (16) ... tied for third on team with 5 multi-hit games and 4 multi-RBI games ... led team with 14 two-out hits ... had a team-best .971 fielding percentage ... threw out 15 opponents trying to steal ... second on team with nine two-out RBIs ... had game-winning hit versus UT Martin (3/22) ... had team-best and career-high four-hit game versus Morehead State (3/12/11) ... had career best two doubles versus Eastern Michigan (3/27/11) and four RBI versus UT Martin (4/12/11). 2010 (Sophomore): One of four players to appear and start in all 51 games in 2010 ... finished second on team in walks (15), sacrifices (7) and putouts (199) ... one of four players for Lady Govs to finish with 30 hits, including five multiple-hit games ... threw out 17 runners attempting to steal ... had game-winning hit versus Alabama A&M (2/25) a... is a student-athlete advisory committee officer and team representative. 2009 (Freshman/Northeastern State): Played catcher for coach Dee Gerlach, appearing in 30 of 44 games, starting 29 … led Riverhawk’s catchers by throwing out 10 runners attemping to steal … tied for third on team in sacrifice bunts. High School: Played catcher for coach Krystel Markwardt at ClaremoreSequoyah … namded three times to the Will Rogers All-Conference team … named to all-region and Oklahoma All-State teams as a senior … member of National Honor Society … four-time member of Superintendant’s Honor Roll … treasurer for her junior class … member of school’s student council as a junior and senior. Personal: Daughter of Doug and Debbie Mills … has two younger brothers, Brian (17) and Blake (13) … birthday is June 18 … lists former Dallas Cowboys great Emmitt Smith as athlete she most admires … a nursing major … wants to coach a club team on the side after college.

G AB R H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 2009 Transfer from Northeastern State 2010 51 128 9 30 3 0 2 39 .305 7 2011 51 140 10 34 4 0 3 47 .336 16 Totals 102 268 19 64 7 0 5 86 .321 23

16

CAREER HIGHS At Bats:......... 5, 4 times, m.r. vs. UTM (3/22/11) Runs: ............ 2, 4 times, m.r. vs. EMU (3/27/11) Hits: .....................................4 vs. MOR (3/12/11) Doubles: . ............................ 2 vs. EMU (3/27/11) Triples:.............................................................. N/A Home runs: .. 1, 5 times, m.r. vs. UTM (4/12/11) RBI: . .................................... 4 vs. UTM (4/12/11) Walks: ............. 2, 3 times, m.r. vs. UK (4/21/10) Strikeouts: .........................3 vs. IUPUI (2/12/11) Putouts:................................ 8 vs. TSU (3/31/11) Assists: . .............................. 5 vs. AAM (2/25/10) Errors:..........2, 2 times, m.r. vs. IUPUI (2/12/11)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 1-2 0-0 1-2

15 27 11 29 26 56

1 0 1

7-0 3-1 10-1

.234 .243 .239

PO

A E DP .AVG

199 174 373

45 14 29 6 74 20

2 .946 3 .971 5 .957

Austin Peay


Returners

TAYLOR MILLS SO • P • 5-3 • L/R

23

Ft. Gibson Okla. • Ft. Gibson HS CAREER HIGHS At Bats: ........3, 5 times, m.r. vs. MOR (3/13/11) Runs: .............. 1, 5 times, m.r. vs. EIU (4/22/11) Hits: .............. 1, 5 times, m.r. vs. UTM (3/22/11) Doubles: . ......................................................... N/A Triples: ............................................................. N/A Home runs:...................................................... N/A RBI: . ................................................................. N/A Walks: ............1, 4 times, m.r. vs. TTU (4/30/11) Strikeouts: ......................... 3 vs. MISS (2/25/11) Putouts: ......... 1, 4 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/7/11) Assists: . .............................3 vs. IUPUI (2/12/11) Errors:............................................................... N/A Innings pitched: . .................. 7 vs. BEL(2/13/11) Walks: ............6, 2 times, m.r. vs. TTU (4/30/11) Strikeouts: ............................... 4 vs. UK (4/6/11)

2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 30 games, with 11 starts ... went 2-for-2 in her stolen base attempts ... came off the bench a team-high 19 times ... in the circle, appeared in 29 games with seven starts ... picked up season’s only win versus Belmont (2/13) ... pitched a career high seven innings versus Belmont (2/13) ... had career best four strikeouts versus nationally ranked Kentucky (4/6). High School: Pitched for coach James Parnell at Ft. Gibson High School ... earned all-state honors after senior season where she was 16-5 in 152.3 innings with 198 strikeouts and a 0.60 ERA ... was a four-time selection to the All-Muskogee-Phoenix first-team ... earning all-conference first-team honors four straight years ... named Pitcher of the Year following her freshman and senior seasons ... was a member of four district and three region championship teams ... twice team advanced to the state quarterfinals (sophomore, senior) ... finishing as state runner-up her junior season ... finished prep career with a 70-20 win-loss mark, while striking out 827 batters along the way. Personal: Daughter of Michael and Felicia Johnson ... has one older sister Kirby ... birthday is July 13 ... Albert Pujols is athlete she most admires ... is a criminal justice major ... wants to work in law enforcement after college.

2011 Career

G 30 30

AB 34 34

R 5 5

PITCHING STATISTICS G GS CG 2011 20 7 1 Career 20 7 1

Lady Govs

H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 5 0 0 0 5 .147 0 5 0 0 0 5 .147 0 W 1 1

L 5 5

S 0 0

SHO 0 0

IP 37.2 37.2

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 2-2 4 17 0 0-0 .147 2-2 4 17 0 0-0 .147 H 55 55

2B 4 4

3B 0 0

HR 10 10

R 52 52

ER 33 33

BB 39 39

PO 4 4 SO 16 16

A E DP .AVG 11 0 0 1.00 11 0 0 1.00 WP HP 13 10 13 10

ERA 6.13 6.13

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SHELBY NORTON

R-JR • C-1B • 5-4 • R/R

13

Madison, Ala. • Madison Academy

2011 (Redshirt Sophomore): Appeared in all 52 games, starting 51 ... second on team in doubles (6), on-base percentage (.318) and tied for second in home runs (5) ... tied for team longest hitting streak (5 games) and reaching base streak (7) ... had game-winning hit versus Missouri-Kansas City (2/19) ... set career high with 14 putouts versus UT Martin (3/22/11) ... set school singleseason record with 11 hit by pitches ... recorded 342 putouts, fifth most for a single season ... part of team-best 10 double plays. 2010 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in 47 of the teams 51 games, with 38 starts ... set school single-season record with seven hit by pitches ... tied for team lead in multiple-RBI games (4), while tying for third in multiple-hit games (6) ... finished with two game-winning hits, Southeast Missouri (4/2) and Eastern Illinois (4/24) ... had two doubles versus Belmont (4/6) ... tied for second on team in home runs (3), while finishing third in doubles (6) ... had team-best 254 putouts. 2009 (Freshman): Received medical redshirt. High School: Caught for Jennifer Leal at Madison Academy … named to Huntsville Times All-Metro team as junior and senior … selected as Adidas Futures Top-100 prospect … named to class 3A all-area team three times … won team’s Golden Glove Award in 2004 and team MVP in 2008 … team made Alabama State Tournament Elite Eight in 2003, 2006, 2007 … was a honors gradate and member of the National Honor Society … was Miss Madison Academy finalist. Personal: Daughter of Rick and Lynn Norton … has one older brother, Paul … birthday is February 6 … lists Olympic swimmer Dara Torres as athlete she most admires … a health and human performance (wellness promotion) major.

G AB R H 2B 3B HR TB 2009 REDSHIRTED 2010 47 104 11 25 6 0 3 40 2011 52 128 13 28 6 0 5 49 Totals 99 232 24 53 12 0 8 89

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Returners

.SLG RBI .385 .383 .384

12 14 26

CAREER HIGHS At Bats: ........ 5, 2 times, m.r. vs. UTM (3/22/11) Runs: ............. 2, 3 times, m.r. vs. TSU (3/31/11) Hits: ..............3, 2 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/10/11) Doubles:.................................. 2 vs. BEL (4/6/10) Triples: ............................................................. N/A Home runs: .... 1, 8 times, m.r. vs. EIU (4/23/11) RBI: . .............3, 3 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/10/10) Walks: ........... 2, 2 times, m.r. vs. TSU (3/31/11) Strikeouts: .......................... 4 vs. UTM (3/22/11) Putouts: ............................ 14 vs. UTM (3/22/11) Assists: . ......... 2, 5 times, m.r. vs. EIU (4/22/11) Errors:...........3, 2 times, m.r. vs. MOR (3/12/11)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 2-3 2-4 4-7

7 32 8 31 15 63

7 11 18

2-1 4-1 6-2

.240 .219 .228

PO

A E DP .AVG

254 342 596

9 8 8 .970 17 11 10 .970 26 19 18 .970

Austin Peay


Returners

JESSICA RYAN RS-JR. • OF • 5-3 • R/R

19

Chicago, Ill. • Castle HS

2011 (Junior): Appeared in 51 games, starting 49 ... led team with eight home runs, sixth most in a single season... tied for team lead in RBI (19) ... led team in slugging percentage (.441) ... second in total bases (56) ... led team by reaching base as a leadoff hitter (14) ... led team with 14 two-out RBIs ... tied for team lead in multi-RBI games (5) ... third on team in runs scored (17) ... had game-winning hit versus SIU Edwardsville (5/7) ... tied school record with two home runs in one game versus SIU Edwardsville (5/7) ... had career high four RBI versus Murray State (4/9). 2010 (Sophomore): Missed entire season due to broken leg suffered in preseason ... is a student-athlete advisory (SAAC) team representative. 2009 (Freshman): Appeared in 41 games, with 20 starts … led freshmen with 12 runs scored … second on team in games coming off the bench (21) … second on team among freshmen with 11 walks … had a home run and career-best two RBI versus Florida A&M (3/6) at Georgia Tech Buzz Classic … had two multiple-hit games. High School: Played shortstop and centerfield for Pat Lockyear at Castle High School … team was state champion runner-up (Class 4A) junior year … was named team captain as senior …named to first-team all-conference senior year … team

G AB R H 2B 3B HR TB 2009 41 63 12 10 0 0 1 13 2010 REDSHIRTED 2011 51 127 17 28 2 1 8 56 Totals 92 190 29 38 2 1 9 69

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CAREER HIGHS was Southern Indiana At Bats: ..........4, 7 times, m.r. vs. JSU (4/17/11) Athletic Conference Runs: .............. 2, 4 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/7/11) champions in 2008 Hits: ................ 3, 2 times, m.r. vs. MUR (4/9/11) … earned Dollars for Doubles: . ........ 1, 2 times, m.r. vs. ASU (3/4/11) Scholars Scholarship Triples: ................................. 1 vs. BEL (3/16/11) Home runs: ........................... 2 vs. SIUE (5/7/11) and Newburgh Girls RBI: ....................................... 4 vs. MUR (4/9/11) Softball Scholarship … Walks: ........................ 2 vs. Evansville (4/28/09) was Pep Club president Strikeouts: .....3, 3 times, m.r. vs. JSU (4/16/11) and a member of Teen Putouts: ......... 3, 4 times, m.r. vs. EIU (4/23/11) Assists: . ....... 1, 3 times, m.r. vs. EMU (3/26/11) Court. Errors:.............1, 8 times, m.r. vs. TTU (4/30/11) Personal: Daughter of Ron and Chris Ryan … has younger sister, Jennifer, and younger brother, Matthew … birthday is September 19 … is a certified life guard … lists Jackie Robinson as athlete she most admires … plans on being a pre-law major and becoming a lawyer after college.

.SLG RBI .206 4

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 3-4 11 30 0 1-0 .159

PO 5

A E DP AVG 0 1 0 .833

.441 .363

4-6 7-10

59 64

3 7 3 8

19 23

9 45 20 75

0 0

2-0 3-0

.220 .200

0 0

.899 .893

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Returners

KRISTIN WHITMIRE

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RS-SO • IF-OF • 5-8 • R/R

2011 (Redshirt-Freshman): Appeared in 42 games with 36 starts ... had first college home run versus Wright State (2/13) ... finished third on team in assists (68) ... had career highs in putouts (5) and assists (5) versus UT Martin (3/22). 2010 (Freshman): Did not play in 2010 after received medical redshirt due to shoulder injury suffered during summer ball. High School Played shortstop for Norma Nelson at Ooltewah High School … was high school teammate of fellow incomming freshman Jessica Chernak … as a senior hit .456 with seven home runs while scoring 36 runs for team that finish 24-9 … also had 13 stolen bases … named to Tennessee Sports Writers Class AAA All-State First-Team … named to Chattanooga Best of Preps as senior … played in Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Classic as senior … was a starter on state championship team that finished with 46-3-1 record as junior in 2008 where she hit .429 with eight home runs and 34 RBI … named Chattanooga Best of Preps second team as junior … 2008 team was also ranked nationaly by USA Today. Personal: Daughter of Wendell and Karen Whitmire … two older brothers, Will and Ben … birthday is July 11 … lists Amanda Jordan as athlete she most admires …business marketing major.

2011 Totals

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G 42 42

AB 53 53

R 4 4

H 2B 3B HR TB .SLG RBI 8 0 0 1 11 .208 2 8 0 0 1 11 .208 2

Apison, Tenn. • Ooltewah HS CAREER HIGHS At Bats: ................................. 5 vs. BEL(2/13/11) Runs: ............ 1, 4 times, m.r. vs. EMU (3/26/11) Hits: ..................................... 2 vs. WSU (2/13/11) Doubles: . ......................................................... N/A Triples: ............................................................. N/A Home runs: ......................... 1 vs. WSU (2/13/11) RBI: . ...........1, 2 times, m.r. vs. UMKC (2/19/11) Walks: ..............1, 4 times, m.r. vs. TTU (5/1/11) Strikeouts: ..... 2, 3 times, m.r. vs. SIUE (5/8/11) Putouts: .............................. 5 vs. UTM (3/22/11) Assists: . .........5, 3 times, m.r. vs. TTU (4/30/11) Errors:...................................3 vs. EKU (3/19/11)

SB-A BB SO HP S/B-F .AVG 0-2 4 15 2 2-0 .151 0-2 4 15 2 2-0 .151

PO 58 58

A E DP AVG 68 15 5 .894 68 15 5 .894

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LAUREN BRADLEY

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FR • UTL • 5-6 • L/R

Columbia, Tenn. • Columbia Academy

High School: Played shortstop, second base and outfield for Ricky Thompson at Columbia Academy ... started every game in her high school career ... was named all-district four times and all-district tourney three times ... earned selection to Middle Tennessee Softball Coaches Association all Mid-State team final three years in high school ... named to Tennessee State Sportswriters All-State team in 2009 and 2011 ... was Columbia Academy’s Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010 and won school’s Bulldog Award in 2010 ... member on the National Honor Society and graduated Summa Cum Laude Personal: Daughter of Brad and Terrie Bradley ... birthday is March 22 ... lists former high school teammate and current University of Tennessee softball player Shelby Burchell as athlete she most admires ... currently undecided on college major.

LAUREL BURROUGHS

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FR • 2B/SS • 5-7 • R/R

Lebanon, Tenn. • Friendship Christian HS

High School: Played shortstop for Erica Powell at Friendship Christian School ... four-year starter for a team that won four district and region titles, three sub-state titles and made three trips to the state tournament ... finalist for Wilson County Sports Council Athlete of the Year ... three-time all-district selection, including the final two years as district MVP ... earned selection to Middle Tennessee Softball Coaches Association all Mid-State team as a junior and senior ... named to Tennessee State Sportswriters All-State team ... earned selection to Tennessean’s All Mid-state team ... also played on the volleyball and soccer teams ... graduated with a honors diploma. Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Michelle Burroughs ... has one younger sister Ali (16) ... named surfer Bethany Hamilton as the athlete she most admires ... currently undecided on her major.

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COURTNEY ERVIN

Newcomers

FR • OF • 5-4 • L/R

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Seymour, Tenn. • Seymour HS

High School: Played centerfield for Dayna Carter at Seymour High School ... as a junior and senior was named to the Inter-Mountain Athletic Conference team ... named all-district tournament as a freshman and junior ... named to the Prep-Xtra and Tennessee Sports Writers all-state teams as a senior ... member of honor roll and a Tennessee State Employee Association Scholarship recipitant. Personal: Daughter of Gordy and Becky Ervin ... has one older brother Jacob (24) ... birthday is May 31 ... names NFL running back Mark Ingram and wide receiver Julio Jones as athletes she most admires ... played for a U.S. Cup Team that traveled to the Netherlands last January 2011 ... is a nursing major ... wants to be a labor and delivery nurse after graduation.

PAIGE NEELY

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FR • 2B/SS • 5-5 • L/R

Nashville, Tenn. • Goodpasture HS

High School: Played shortstop for Lee Phillips at Goodpasture Christian School on a team that won the Tennessee Class AA state title three times and was runner-up once ... named to all-district and all-district tournament teams as a junior and senior ... selected Sonic Invitational Tournament Offensive MVP her junior season ... selected second-team Middle Tennessee Softball Coaches Association following junior season ... named to MTSCA All-Academic team as junior and senior ... named all Mid-State third team as sophomore ... also played basketball ... member of National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Paul and Jami Neely ... has older sister Cameron (22) and Austin (20) ... names New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter as athlete she most admires ... currently undecided on major.

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SARAH RASMUSSEN

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FR • P/OF • 5-9 • R/R

Greenwood, Calif. • Golden Sierra HS

High School: Played for coach Elaine Rasmussen, where she pitched as well as played shortstop and in the outfield ... team captain all four years ... as a senior, named to the ESPN Cal-Hi Sports All-State First team (small schools), Sacramento Bee All-Metro second team, Sierra Delta League MVP, team MVP and named to Dandelion Days all-tournament team ... as a junior, named to Golden Empire All-League team despite missing much of the season due to injury ... as a sophomore, named to Sacramento Bee All-Metro honorable team, Golden Empire League all-league team ... as a freshman, named Auburn Journal all-area first-team pitcher ... Sacramento Bee All-Metro honorable mention, Golden Empire League Co-MVP, team MVP ... member of National Honor Society ... sports editor of her school’s newspaper. Personal: Daughter of Greg and Elaine Rasmussen ... one older brother Tom (24) ... mother played college softball at San Diego State ... names New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter as athlete she most admires ... a business management major ... wants to be a CEO of her own company or a large corporation after graduation.

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2011 STATISTICS

Record: 12-40 Home: 8-17 Away: 2-15 Neutral: 2-8 Conference: 7-23 Player de CASTRO, Lauren COZART, Catie MILLS, Amy SMITH, Tiffany RYAN, Jessica NORTON, Shelby BREWER, Morgan DAVENPORT, Randal -------------ANDERSON, Caitlyn DAVIDSON, Kayla WHITMIRE, Kristin MILLS, Taylor De VRIES, Amanda BOLDA, Ashley HOLLAND, Jessi

AVG GP GS AB .255 49 49 137 .255 52 52 157 .243 51 50 140 .224 50 49 125 .220 51 49 127 .219 52 51 128 .185 51 45 108 .179 51 51 95 .207 .161 .151 .147 .133 .125 .000

20 35 42 30 15 33 10

9 29 36 11 8 24 0

29 56 53 34 15 40 0

R 16 20 10 20 17 13 4 15 3 6 4 5 0 6 3

HITTING

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 35 7 1 3 16 53 .387 5 2 27 0 .292 0 3 6 7 40 5 2 3 14 58 .369 11 3 30 0 .316 0 3 6 10 34 4 0 3 16 47 .336 11 0 29 1 .296 1 3 0 0 28 4 1 5 19 49 .392 17 2 31 0 .324 1 4 0 0 28 2 1 8 19 56 .441 9 0 45 0 .272 0 2 4 6 28 6 0 5 14 49 .383 8 11 31 0 .318 1 4 2 4 20 0 1 1 8 25 .231 6 1 24 0 .235 0 4 1 1 17 2 1 1 8 24 .253 8 7 34 0 .291 0 7 4 5 6 9 8 5 2 5 0

0 2 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0

4 5 2 0 1 0 0

6 13 11 5 2 5 0

.207 .232 .208 .147 .133 .125 .000

4 6 4 4 0 8 0

Totals .213 52 52 1244 142 265 32 8 30 126 403 .324 101 Opponents .305 52 52 1388 315 424 69 6 45 268 640 .461 162 LOB - Team (258), Opp (344). DPs turned - Team (18), Opp (8). CI - Team (1), MILLS A 1. Player BREWER, Morgan de CASTRO, Lauren MILLS, Taylor BOLDA, Ashley

ERA 3.94 6.10 6.13 6.17

W-L APP GS CG SHO SV 8 18 43 23 12 1 0 8 16 12 1 0 1 5 20 7 1 0 3 9 25 10 2 0

PITCHING

0 0 2 0 0 2 0

11 16 15 17 8 15 0

30 333 41 156

IP H R ER BB SO 168.2 201 132 95 58 80 57.1 73 58 50 42 35 37.2 55 52 33 39 16 64.2 95 73 57 23 25

2B 31 12 4 22

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.303 .242 .237 .237 .133 .300 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 0 0 2 0

1 .287 3 .392

3 9

38 42

3B HR 4 17 1 5 0 10 1 13

AB 702 232 164 290

0 1 0 2 0 1 0

27 40 88 108

A E FLD% 24 5 .918 7 6 .938 29 6 .971 83 18 .873 3 7 .899 17 11 .970 42 4 .920 91 10 .952

11 50 58 4 10 10 0

1 1 .923 51 11 .902 68 15 .894 11 0 1.000 6 4 .800 17 1 .964 0 0 .000

985 450 99 .935 1017 354 42 .970

B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA .286 12 15 3 5 15 .315 7 13 0 0 13 .335 13 10 5 1 6 .328 6 3 0 3 8

Totals 5.01 12 40 52 52 16 1 328.1 424 315 235 162 156 69 6 45 1388 .305 Opponents 2.31 40 12 52 52 32 12 339.0 265 142 112 101 333 32 8 30 1244 .213 PB - Team (24), MILLS A 16, De VRIES 8, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (1), MILLS A 1. SBA/ATT - MILLS A (83-98), BREWER (46-54), BOLDA (18-21), MILLS T (14-20), de CASTRO (10-13), De VRIES (5-9).

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0 1 2 2 0 2 0

PO 32 84 174 41 59 342 4 106

38 23

41 30

8 1

9 3

42 38

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2011 Review Date 1 Feb 12 1 Feb 12 1 Feb 13 1 Feb 13 2 Feb 19 2 Feb 19 2 Feb 20 2 Feb 20 3 Feb 25 3 Feb 25 3 Feb 26 3 Feb 26 3 Feb 27 4 Mar 04 4 Mar 04 4 Mar 06 * Mar 12 * Mar 12 * Mar 13 Mar 16 * Mar 19 * Mar 19 * Mar 20 * Mar 22 * Mar 22 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 27 * Mar 31 * Mar 31 * Apr 02 * Apr 02 * Apr 03 Apr 06 Apr 06 * Apr 07 * Apr 09 * Apr 09 * Apr 10 * Apr 12 * Apr 16 * Apr 16 * Apr 17 * Apr 22 * Apr 22 * Apr 23 * Apr 30 * Apr 30 * May 01 * May 07 * May 07 * May 08

Opponent vsWright State vsIUPUI vsWright State vsBelmont CLEVELAND STATE MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY BALL STATE BELMONT vsWestern Kentucky at Mississippi vsSoutheast Missouri vsSouth Alabama vsSouth Alabama vsMercer vsAlabama State at Kennesaw State at Morehead State at Morehead State at Morehead State BELMONT EASTERN KENTUCKY EASTERN KENTUCKY EASTERN KENTUCKY at Tennessee-Martin at Tennessee-Martin EASTERN MICHIGAN EASTERN MICHIGAN EASTERN MICHIGAN TENNESSEE STATE TENNESSEE STATE at Southeast Missouri at Southeast Missouri at Southeast Missouri KENTUCKY KENTUCKY at Tennessee State MURRAY STATE MURRAY STATE MURRAY STATE TENNESSEE-MARTIN at Jacksonville State at Jacksonville State at Jacksonville State EASTERN ILLINOIS EASTERN ILLINOIS EASTERN ILLINOIS at Tennessee Tech at Tennessee Tech at Tennessee Tech SIU EDWARDSVILLE SIU EDWARDSVILLE SIU EDWARDSVILLE

2011 Results

W W W W W W W W W W W W

Score 1-3 1-6 4-7 9-4 0-7 5-4 2-9 4-5 0-5 3-4 3-6 2-11 1-4 0-8 8-1 0-1 2-5 11-16 2-3 6-1 3-5 2-11 4-9 7-6 0-6 3-8 1-3 5-4 0-1 8-0 5-8 1-9 2-1 0-16 0-13 1-10 6-5 2-12 3-14 5-2 2-5 0-5 0-1 3-2 2-7 2-11 2-8 0-8 0-3 2-6 4-2 3-4

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

r-h-e 1-3-2 1-4-3 4-9-3 9-10-1 0-7-4 5-7-2 2-5-2 4-6-3 0-2-1 3-5-2 3-7-1 2-5-1 1-3-1 0-2-3 8-8-1 0-1-3 2-5-5 11-14-5 2-7-0 6-6-0 3-4-2 2-5-6 4-6-2 7-12-1 0-2-1 3-7-2 1-3-1 5-9-1 0-1-2 8-8-0 5-7-4 1-3-2 2-6-1 0-0-3 0-0-2 1-4-4 6-9-1 2-5-2 3-7-1 5-6-1 2-3-1 0-5-2 0-0-2 3-5-0 2-3-2 2-5-3 2-4-2 0-2-1 0-3-1 2-2-2 4-7-0 3-6-1

r-h-e 3-6-2 6-6-0 7-10-0 4-7-1 7-6-2 4-9-0 9-11-1 5-8-0 5-6-0 4-7-1 6-7-0 11-17-1 4-7-0 8-8-0 1-8-3 1-3-0 5-7-0 16-16-0 3-9-1 1-6-0 5-7-2 11-12-0 9-11-1 6-8-1 6-12-1 8-14-3 3-7-3 4-5-2 1-5-1 0-4-3 8-8-1 9-10-0 1-5-0 16-11-0 13-13-0 10-6-2 5-6-1 12-9-0 14-11-0 2-6-1 5-9-0 5-8-1 1-5-1 2-4-0 7-12-0 11-9-0 8-9-1 8-7-0 3-6-1 6-10-2 2-5-2 4-6-0

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

Overall 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 2-7-0 2-8-0 2-9-0 2-10-0 2-11-0 2-12-0 3-12-0 3-13-0 3-14-0 3-15-0 3-16-0 4-16-0 4-17-0 4-18-0 4-19-0 5-19-0 5-20-0 5-21-0 5-22-0 6-22-0 6-23-0 7-23-0 7-24-0 7-25-0 8-25-0 8-26-0 8-27-0 8-28-0 9-28-0 9-29-0 9-30-0 10-30-0 10-31-0 10-32-0 10-33-0 11-33-0 11-34-0 11-35-0 11-36-0 11-37-0 11-38-0 11-39-0 12-39-0 12-40-0

OVC 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 0-5-0 0-6-0 1-6-0 1-7-0 1-7-0 1-7-0 1-7-0 1-8-0 2-8-0 2-9-0 2-10-0 3-10-0 3-10-0 3-10-0 3-11-0 4-11-0 4-12-0 4-13-0 5-13-0 5-14-0 5-15-0 5-16-0 6-16-0 6-17-0 6-18-0 6-19-0 6-20-0 6-21-0 6-22-0 7-22-0 7-23-0

Pitcher of record BREWER (L 0-1) BOLDA (L 0-1) BOLDA (L 0-2) MILLS T (W 1-0) MILLS T (L 1-1) BREWER (W 1-1) BREWER (L 1-2) BOLDA (L 0-3) de CASTRO (L 0-1) BREWER (L 1-3) BREWER (L 1-4) de CASTRO (L 0-2) MILLS T (L 1-2) BREWER (L 1-5) BOLDA (W 1-3) BREWER (L 1-6) BREWER (L 1-7) MILLS T (L 1-3) de CASTRO (L 0-3) BREWER (W 2-7) de CASTRO (L 0-4) BOLDA (L 1-4) BREWER (L 2-8) BREWER (W 3-8) MILLS T (L 1-4) BOLDA (L 1-5) de CASTRO (L 0-5) BREWER (W 4-8) de CASTRO (L 0-6) BREWER (W 5-8) BREWER (L 5-9) de CASTRO (L 0-7) BOLDA (W 2-5) BOLDA (L 2-6) BOLDA (L 2-7) BREWER (L 5-10) BOLDA (W 3-7) de CASTRO (L 0-8) BOLDA (L 3-8) BREWER (W 6-10) BREWER (L 6-11) BOLDA (L 3-9) BREWER (L 6-12) BREWER (W 7-12) BREWER (L 7-13) BREWER (L 7-14) BREWER (L 7-15) MILLS T (L 1-5) BREWER (L 7-16) BREWER (L 7-17) BREWER (W 8-17) BREWER (L 8-18)

Att. 140 190 175 100 175 110 175 110 0 0 0 0 0 75 0 122 173 173 163 115 125 125 110 - 153 95 95 80 105 105 200 200 100 150 150 132 200 200 110 95 448 448 514 135 135 105 93 93 53 110 110 100

Time 1:43 2:12 2:14 2:26 1:54 2:03 2:04 2:05 1:47 2:20 2:10 1:50 1:46 1:24 1:41 1:17 1:51 2:38 2:10 1:56 1:46 1:40 1:45 2:30 1:43 2:11 1:59 1:42 1:38 1:25 1:52 1:15 1:31 1:42 1:29 1:27 1:51 1:49 2:03 1:34 1:45 1:42 1:51 1:45 2:00 1:43 1:51 1:10 1:29 1:53 1:42 1:42

1-Belmont/Hampton Inn-Brentwood Spring Classic 2-Austin Peay Spring Classic 3-Ole Miss Red and Blue Classic 4-Georgia Tech Buzz Classic 5-Lady Govs Classic 6-OVC Tournament * = Conference game () extra inning game

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Record Book

Natasha Anderson, 2004-07

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Record Book NOTES: Austin Peay softball began play in 1986. In statistical rankings, the rounding of percentages and/or averages may indicate ties where none exsist. In these cases, the numerical order of the rankings is accurate.

Single-Season Hitting BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 125 AB) Rank BA Player 1. .438 Andrea Miller 2. .430 Carol Gray 3. .408 Amanda Travis 4. .399 Louranda Sanders 5. .383 Leigh Pettyjohn 6. .373 Stacey Williams 7. .350 Andrea Miller 8. .347 Louranda Sanders 9. .344 Louranda Sanders 10. .333 Amy Barnett

Season 1995 1988 1998 1998 1988 1988 1996 2000 1999 1999

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 125 AB) Rank SLG Player 1. .765 Andrea Miller 2. .694 Stacey Williams 3. .631 Brianna Venable 4. .617 Brianna Venable 5. .601 Brianna Venable 6. .586 Leigh Pettyjohn 7. .585 Carol Gray 8. .573 Natasha Anderson 9. .563 Andrea Miller 10. .540 Carol Gray

Season 1995 1988 2004 2006 2005 1988 1988 2004 1996 1989

GAMES PLAYED Rank GP Player 1. 58 Andrea Miller 58 Amanda Travis 58 Stephanie Baltz 58 Kristy Warren 58 Ashley Taylor 6. 57 Emily Johnson 7. 56 Ami Bush 56 Natasha Anderson 9. 55 Nine players tied AT-BATS Rank AB Player 1. 184 Ashley Taylor 2. 174 Kristy Warren 3. 173 Jennifer Simpkins 4. 167 Ami Bush 5. 161 Daniella Hooper 161 Vanessa Stagner 161 Leah Faulk 8. 160 Andrea Miller 160 Amanda Travis 10. 159 Susan Holt RUNS SCORED Rank R Player 1. 46 Andrea Miller 2. 42 Leigh Pettyjohn 3. 41 Jane Goodson 4. 38 Carol Gray 5. 35 Ashley Taylor 6. 35 Connie Campbell 7. 34 Brianna Venable 34 Louranda Sanders 34 Stacey Williams 10. 31 Andrea Miller

Season 1996 1996 1996 1996 2007 1996 2007 2007

Season 2007 1996 2004 2007 2009 1995 2001 1996 1996 1990 Season 1995 1988 1988 1988 2007 1988 2004 1998 1988 1993

HITS Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

H 67 63 62 58 56 52 52 51 50 49

DOUBLES Rank 2B 1. 15 2. 13 13 13 5. 11 11 11 11 9. 10 10 10 TRIPLES Rank 3B 1. 8 8 3. 7 7 5. 6 6 6 8. 5 5 5 5 5 HOME RUNS Rank HR 1. 13 13 3. 10 10 10 6. 8 7. 7 7 7 7 7

Player Andrea Miller Louranda Sanders Amanda Travis Carol Gray Andrea Miller Louranda Sanders Jenny Kelley Leigh Pettyjohn Stacey Williams Four players tied

Season 1995 1998 1998 1988 1996 2000 2003 1988 1988

Player Jenny Kelley Brianna Venable Carol Gray Amy Barnett Tiffany Smith Sarah Longmire Amanda Travis Misty Claude Daniella Hooper Brianna Venable Carol Gray

Season 2002 2003 1990 1999 2010 2006 1998 2001 2007 2004 1988

Player Stacey Williams Leigh Pettyjohn Andrea Miller Jane Goodson Andrea Miller Andrea Miller Carol Gray Louranda Sanders Amanda Travis Stacey Williams Cindy Cuvelier Keshena Martin

Season 1988 1987 1993 1987 1996 1995 1989 2000 1996 1987 1991 1992

Player Brianna Venable Brianna Venable Andrea Miller Brianna Venable Ashley Taylor Jessica Ryan Natasha Anderson Natasha Anderson Misty Claude Stacey Williams Leigh Pettyjohn

Season 2006 2004 1995 2005 2007 2011 2006 2004 2002 1988 1988

RUNS BATTED IN Rank RBI Player 1. 40 Stacey Williams 2. 39 Carol Gray 3. 36 Andrea Miller 4. 35 Andrea Miller 5. 34 Carol Gray 6. 33 Brianna Venable 7. 32 Brianna Venable 32 Andrea Miller 9. 30 Brianna Venable 30 Telisha Neely

WALKS Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 9. 10.

BB 25 24 23 22 22 22 21 21 20 19 19 19 19

Player Brittany Williams Brianna Venable Tiffany Smith Brianna Venable Shannon Johnson Jenny Kelley Carol Gray Amy Forrest Misty Claude Brianna Venable Brianna Venable Emily Johnson Leigh Pettyjohn

Season 2009 2004 2010 2006 1998 2002 1987 2001 2002 2003 2005 1998 1990

HIT BY PITCH Rank HBP Player 1. 11 Shelby Norton 2. 7 Shelby Norton 7 Randal Davenport 4. 6 Christina Garza 6 Randal Davenport 6. 5 Connie Campbell 5 Connie Campbell 8. 4 Seven players tied

Season 2011 2010 2011 2002 2009 1989 1988

STOLEN BASES Rank SB Player 1. 17 Leigh Pettyjohn 2. 16 Louranda Sanders 16 Louranda Sanders 4. 14 Leigh Pettyjohn 5. 13 Nikki Garrett 13 Louranda Sanders 13 Tanya Wright 13 Kristal Holmes 9. 12 Louranda Sanders 12 Susan Holt 12 Leigh Pettyjohn 12 Jenny Kelley 12 Brittany Williams

Season 1988 2000 1997 1989 2006 1998 1997 1986 1999 1990 1990 2000 2009

Season 1988 1989 1994 1995 1988 2006 2004 1996 2005 1994

Brianna Venable 2003-06

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Record Book Single-Season Pitching EARNED RUN AVERAGE (MIN. 50 IP) Rank ERA Player 1. 0.78 Angela Thompson 2. 0.89 Julee Stone 3. 1.41 Carol Gray 4. 1.44 Natasha Anderson 5. 1.54 Angela Thompson 6. 1.76 Karla Friese 7. 1.77 Julee Stone 8. 1.80 Julee Stone 1.80 Amanda Stout 10. 1.87 Angela Thompson WALKS Rank BB 1. 88 2. 67 67 4. 65 5. 64 6. 62 62 8. 59 9. 58 10. 54 STRIKEOUTS Rank K 1. 294 2. 282 3. 242 4. 238 5. 205 6. 202 7. 171 8. 160 9. 155 10. 134

Season 1993 1989 1989 2007 1994 1990 1988 1990 1997 1995

Player Vicki Phillips Natasha Anderson Carol Gray Holly Ricketts Meagan Williams Stacey Hrabota Holly Brown Natasha Anderson Morgan Brewer Natasha Anderson

Season 1996 2004 1987 2000 2008 1994 1999 2006 2011 2007

Player Natasha Anderson Angela Thompson Angela Thompson Natasha Anderson Natasha Anderson Natasha Anderson Angela Thompson Holly Ricketts Holly Ricketts Stacey Hrabota

Season 2007 1993 1995 2006 2004 2005 1994 2000 2001 1996

W 24 21 20 17 14 13 12 12 12 12

Player Angela Thompson Julee Stone Natasha Anderson Angela Thompson Julee Stone Natasha Anderson Morgan Brewer Natasha Anderson Natasha Anderson Amanda Stout

Season 1993 1989 2007 1995 1990 2004 2010 2006 2005 1998

LOSSES Rank L 1. 24 24 3. 19 4. 18 5. 18 18 18 18 9.. 17 17 17 17

Player Holly Ricketts Vicki Phillips Megan Lane Morgan Brewer Natasha Anderson Stacey Hrabota Angela Thompson Ashley Elrod Holly Ricketts Megan Lane Julee Stone Michelle Warren

Season 2001 1996 2000 2011 2007 1996 1992 2008 2000 1999 1990 1991

WINS Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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SAVES Rank SVS 1. 5 2. 4 3. 3 4. 2 2 2 7. 1

Player Megan Lane Natasha Anderson Amanda Stout Natasha Anderson Holly Ricketts Holly Ricketts by 17 players

APPEARANCES Rank APP Player 1. 47 Natasha Anderson 2. 43 Morgan Brewer 3. 40 Julee Stone 4. 38 Morgan Brewer 5. 36 Natasha Anderson 36 Holly Ricketts 7. 35 Angela Thompson 35 Stacey Hrabota 35 Holly Ricketts 35 Megan Lane 35 Ashley Elrod GAMES STARTED Rank GS Player 1. 37 Julee Stone 2. 32 Natasha Anderson 32 Julee Stone 32 Holly Ricketts 5. 29 Angela Thompson 29 Angela Thompson 7. 28 Stacey Hrabota 28 Vicki Phillips 9. 27 Natasha Anderson 10. 26 Natasha Anderson 26 Natasha Anderson 26 Holly Ricketts COMPLETE GAMES Rank CG Player 1. 31 Julee Stone 2. 29 Natasha Anderson 29 Angela Thompson 29 Holly Ricketts 5. 28 Angela Thompson 6. 27 Stacey Hrabota 7. 26 Julee Stone 8. 24 Angela Thompson 9. 22 Angela Thompson 22 Michelle Warren SHUTOUTS Rank SHO 1. 10 10 3. 7 7 5. 5 6. 4 4 4 9. 3

Player Angela Thompson Julee Stone Natasha Anderson Angela Thompson Angela Thompson Natasha Anderson Amanda Stout Julee Stone Seven players tied

Season 2002 2007 1997 2006 2001 2000

Season 2007 2011 1989 2010 2006 2001 1993 1996 2000 2002 2008 Season 1989 2007 1990 2001 1995 1993 1996 1996 2006 2005 2004 2000 Season 1989 2007 1995 2001 1993 1996 1990 1992 1994 1991 Season 1993 1989 2007 1995 1994 2005 1998 1990

INNINGS PITCHED Rank IP Player 1. 248.0 Natasha Anderson 2. 235.0 Julee Stone 3. 225.0 Angela Thompson 4. 214.0 Julee Stone 5. 212.0 Holly Ricketts 6. 199.6 Stacey Hrabota 7. 198.3 Angela Thompson 8. 192.0 Natasha Anderson 9. 189.6 Michelle Warren 10. 185.0 Natasha Anderson

Season 2007 1989 1993 1990 2001 1996 1995 2006 1991 2004

Fielding PUTOUTS Rank PO Player 1. 381 Michelle Thomison 2. 360 Amanda Travis 3. 351 Connie Campbell 4. 350 Ashley Alverson 5. 342 Shelby Norton 6. 338 Tina Nickey 7. 322 Susan Holt 8. 317 Ashley Alverson 9. 295 Amanda Travis 10. 291 Sarah Longmire ASSISTS Rank A Player 1. 204 Leigh Pettyjohn 2. 175 Leigh Pettyjohn 3. 166 Andrea Miller 4. 140 Connie Campbell 5. 135 Brittany Williams 6. 134 Brittany Williams 7. 130 Brianna Venable 8. 123 Krista Henke 9. 120 Brittany Williams 10. 117 Connie Campbell DOUBLE PLAYS Rank DP Player 1. 17 Susan Holt 2. 16 Ashley Alverson 3. 14 Michelle Thomison 4. 13 Amanda Travis 5. 11 Sarah Longmire 11 Susan Holt 11 Leigh Pettyjohn 11 Tina Nickey 10. 10 Nine players tied FIELDING PERCENTAGE Rank % Player 1. .994 Daniella Hooper 2. .993 Sarah Longmire .993 Tina Nickey 4. .990 Michelle Warren .990 Fallon Felts 6. .989 Tina Nickey .989 Tina Nickey .989 Brianna Venable 9. .988 Tina Nickey .988 Christina Garza

Season 1989 1996 1988 2009 2011 2002 1990 2008 1998 2006 Season 1989 1990 1996 1989 2009 2010 2004 2008 2008 1990 Season 1989 2009 1989 1998 2007 1990 1989 2002

Season 2007 2007 2005 1994 2007 2002 2004 2006 2003 2001

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Record Book NOTES: Austin Peay softball began play in 1986. In statistical rankings, the rounding of percentages and/or averages may indicate ties where none exsist. In these cases, the numerical order of the rankings is accurate.

Career Batting BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 150 AB) Rank BA Player 1. .367 Andrea Miller 2. .351 Louranda Sanders 3. .345 Stacey Williams 4. .338 Tracey Drechsel 5. .336 Leigh Pettyjohn 6. .326 Amanda Travis 7. .325 Jane Goodson 8. .316 Missy Sapp 9. .306 Lori Hale 10. .304 Sarah Longmire

Season 1993-96 1997-00 1991-94 1995-98 1987-90 1996-99 1986-89 1988-89 1988-89 2004-07

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 150 AB) Rank SLG Player 1. .628 Stacey Williams 2. .608 Andrea Miller 3. .573 Brianna Venable 4. .485 Louranda Sanders 5. .479 Leigh Pettyjohn 6. .473 Tracey Drechsel 7. .466 Carol Gray 8. .458 Jane Goodson 9. .454 Ashley Taylor 10. .437 Natasha Anderson .437 Amanda Travis

Season 1986-88 1993-96 2003-06 1997-00 1987-90 1995-98 1987-90 1986-89 2007-09 2004-07 1996-99

GAMES PLAYED Rank GP Player 1. 213 Brianna Venable 2. 204 Ami Bush 204 Brittany Williams 4. 203 Jennifer Simpkins 5. 202 Jessica Warden 6. 201 Kristy Warren 201 Jenny Kelley 201 Natasha Anderson 9. 196 Tiffany Smith 10. 193 Christina Garza AT-BATS Rank AB Player 1. 601 Vanessa Stagner 2. 588 Jennifer Simpkins 3. 587 Kristy Warren 4. 585 Brianna Venable 5. 585 Jenny Kelley 6. 573 Louranda Sanders 7. 572 Andrea Miller 8. 565 Amanda Travis 9. 559 Brittany Williams 10. 553 Telisha Neely RUNS SCORED Rank R Player 1. 130 Andrea Miller 2. 112 Leigh Pettyjohn 3. 106 Carol Gray 4. 103 Louranda Sanders 5. 101 Jane Goodson 101 Brianna Venable 7. 89 Connie Campbell 8. 88 Vanessa Stagner 9. 82 Kristy Warren 82 Ashley Taylor

Lady Govs

Season 2003-06 2004-07 2007-10 2003-06 2002-05 1993-96 2000-03 2004-07 2008-11 2000-03 Season 1992-95 2003-06 1991-94 2003-06 2000-03 1997-00 1993-96 1996-99 2007-10 1992-95 Season 1993-96 1987-90 1987-90 1997-00 1986-89 2003-06 1988-90 1992-95 1993-96 2007-09

HITS Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

H 210 201 184 180 168 167 166 164 154 150

Player Andrea Miller Louranda Sanders Amanda Travis Leigh Pettyjohn Jane Goodson Brianna Venable Vanessa Stagner Jenny Kelley Telisha Neely Carol Gray

Season 1993-96 1997-00 1996-99 1987-90 1986-89 2003-06 1992-95 2000-03 1992-95 1987-90

Andrea Miller, 1993-96 DOUBLES Rank 2B 1. 33 33 3. 30 30 30 30 7. 24 24 9. 23 10. 22 22

Player Brianna Venable Jenny Kelley Andrea Miller Carol Gray Amanda Travis Tiffany Smith Leigh Pettyjohn Jessica Warden Natasha Anderson Tracey Drechsel Ashley Taylor

Season 2003-06 2000-03 1993-96 1987-90 1996-99 2008-11 1987-90 2002-05 2004-07 1995-98 2007-09

TRIPLES Rank 3B 1. 21 2. 17 3. 16 4. 14 14 6. 11 7. 9 8. 8 9. 7 7

Player Andrea Miller Stacey Williams Jane Goodson Louranda Sanders Carol Gray Leigh Pettyjohn Brianna Venable Tracey Drechsel Telisha Neely Jenny Kelley

Season 1993-96 1986-88 1986-89 1997-00 1987-90 1987-90 2003-06 1995-98 1992-95 2000-03

HOME RUNS Rank HR 1. 39 2. 22 3. 22 4. 16 5. 11 6. 10 10 8. 9 9 9

Player Brianna Venable Andrea Miller Natasha Anderson Ashley Taylor Stacey Williams Leigh Pettyjohn Louranda Sanders Misty Claude Jessica Warden Jessica Ryan

Season 2003-06 1993-06 2004-07 2007-09 1986-88 1987-90 1997-00 2001-02 2002-05 2010-

RUNS BATTED IN Rank RBI Player 1. 118 Andrea Miller 2. 108 Brianna Venable 3. 106 Carol Gray 4. 86 Natasha Anderson 86 Amanda Travis 6. 81 Jane Goodson 7. 78 Tracey Drechsel 78 Louranda Sanders 9. 74 Stacey Williams 10. 70 Leigh Pettyjohn

Season 1993-96 2003-06 1987-90 2004-07 1996-99 1986-89 1995-98 1997-00 1986-88 1987-90

WALKS Rank BB Player 1. 84 Brianna Venable 2. 70 Tiffany Smith 3. 69 Carol Gray 4. 58 Leigh Pettyjohn 5. 54 Brittany Williams 6. 53 Andrea Miller 7. 53 Jenny Kelley 8. 51 Ashley Taylor 9. 47 Ami Bush 10. 46 Jessica Warden HIT BY PITCH Rank HBP Player 1. 18 Shelby Norton 2. 15 Randal Davenport 3. 14 Christina Garza 4. 13 Ashley Taylor 5. 12 Connie Campbell 6. 8 Natasha Anderson 7. 7 Catie Cozart 7 Tiffany Smith 9. 6 Brianna Venable 6 Telisha Neely 6 Jane Goodson 6 Jessica Warden 6 Brittany Williams STOLEN BASES Rank SB Player 1. 57 Louranda Sanders 2. 53 Leigh Pettyjohn 3. 38 Jenny Kelley 4. 28 Brittany Williams 5. 27 Carol Gray 6. 20 Connie Campbell 20 Stacey Williams 8. 19 Tracey Drechsel 19 Kristy Warren 19 Cindy Cuvelier 19 Telisha Neely 19 Randal Davenport

Season 2003-06 2008-11 1987-90 1987-90 2007-10 1993-96 2000-03 2007-09 2004-07 2002-05 Season 20102008-11 2000-03 2007-09 1988-90 2004-07 20092008-11 2003-06 1992-95 1986-89 2002-05 2007-10 Season 1997-00 1987-90 2000-03 2007-10 1987-90 1988-90 1986-88 1995-98 1993-96 1988-91 1992-95 2008-11

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Record Book Career Pitching

GAMES STARTED Rank GS Player 1. 111 Natasha Anderson 2. 106 Angela Thompson 3. 100 Holly Ricketts 4. 86 Julee Stone 5. 72 Megan Lane 6. 69 Stacey Hrabota 7. 63 Ashley Elrod 8. 56 Carol Gray 9. 54 Michelle Warren 10. 51 Lydia Money COMPLETE GAMES Rank CG Player 1. 103 Angela Thompson 2. 87 Natasha Anderson 3. 69 Julee Stone 4. 61 Stacey Hrabota 61 Holly Ricketts 6. 47 Carol Gray 7. 46 Michelle Warren 8. 41 Megan Lane 9. 38 Vicki Phillips 10. 36 Ashley Elrod

SAVES Rank SVS Player 1. 7 Natasha Anderson 5 Megan Lane Seasons 2. 5 Holly Ricketts 2004-07 4 Amanda Stout 1992-95 4. 3 Angela Thompson 2000-03 5. 3 Carol Gray 1999-02 1 8 players tied 1988-91 7. 2006-09 SHUTOUTS 2002-03/05 Rank SHO Player 2010 1. 25 Angela Thompson 1994-96 2. 17 Julee Stone 2009 3. 16 Natasha Anderson 4. 7 Stacey Hrabota 5. 6 Carol Gray 6 Holly Ricketts Seasons 5 Amanda Stout 2004-07 7. 5 Lydia Money 1992-95 3 Vicki Phillips 2000-03 9. 3 Holly Brown 1988-91 3 Ashley Elrod 1999-02 3 Morgan Brewer 1994-96 2006-09 INNINGS PITCHED 1987-90 Rank IP Player 1991-94 1. 803.0 Natasha Anderson 2002-03/05 2. 737.2 Angela Thompson 3. 621.0 Holly Ricketts 4. 563.0 Julee Stone Seasons 5. 491.1 Megan Lane 1992-95 6. 455.0 Stacey Hrabota 2004-07 7. 418.1 Ashley Elrod 1988-91 8. 400.2 Carol Gray 1994-96 9. 375.2 Michelle Warren 2000-03 10. 333.1 Lydia Money 1987-90 1991-94 1999-02 1996-97 2006-09

WINS Rank 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

APPEARANCES Rank APP Player 1. 148 Natasha Anderson 2. 124 Angela Thompson 3. 121 Holly Ricketts 4. 118 Megan Lane 5. 96 Julee Stone 6. 95 Ashley Elrod 7. 81 Lydia Money 81 Morgan Brewer 9. 78 Stacey Hrabota 10. 77 Ashley Bolda

W 57 57 46 31 29 28 20 20 20 19

Player Angela Thompson Natasha Anderson Julee Stone Holly Ricketts Carol Gray Stacey Hrabota Amanda Stout Ashley Elrod Morgan Brewer Lydia Money

Seasons 1992-95 2004-07 1998-91 2000-03 1987-90 1994-96 1997-98 2006-09 20102002-03/05

LOSSES Rank L 1. 65 2. 59 3. 57 4. 51 5. 42 6. 41 41 8. 39 9. 37 10. 34

Player Holly Ricketts Natasha Anderson Megan Lane Angela Thompson Ashley Elrod Stacey Hrabota Michelle Warren Julee Stone Vicki Phillips Lydia Money

Seasons 2000-03 2004-07 1999-02 1992-95 2006-09 1994-96 1991-94 1998-91 1996-97 2002-03/05

Seasons 2004-07 1999-02 2000-03 1997-98 1992-95 1987-90

Seasons 1992-95 1998-91 2004-07 1994-96 1987-90 2000-03 1997-98 2002-03/05 1996-97 1998-99 2006-09 2010Seasons 2004-07 1992-95 2000-03 1988-91 1999-02 1994-96 2006-09 1987-90 1991-94 2002-03/05

STRIKEOUTS Rank K Player 1. 939 Natasha Anderson 2. 789 Angela Thompson 3. 498 Holly Ricketts 4. 271 Stacey Hrabota 5. 219 Lydia Money 6. 205 Megan Lane 7. 203 Ashley Elrod 8. 174 Morgan Brewer 9. 145 Carol Gray 10. 123 Michelle Warren BASES ON BALLS Rank BB Player 1. 225 Natasha Anderson 2. 177 Holly Ricketts 3. 150 Vicki Phillips 4. 145 Carol Gray 5. 141 Stacey Hrabota 6. 139 Megan Lane 7. 129 Ashley Elrod 8. 127 Meagan Williams 9. 122 Angela Thompson 10. 121 Lydia Money EARNED RUN AVERAGE (min. 50 IP) Rank ERA Player 1. 1.40 Julee Stone 2. 1.64 Angela Thompson 3. 1.76 Karla Friese 4. 2.31 Natasha Anderson 5. 2.45 Amanda Stout 6. 2.52 Missy Sapp 7. 2.66 Carol Gray 8. 2.81 Holly Ricketts 9. 2.84 Abby Mabry 10. 2.91 Lori Williams

Seasons 2004-07 1992-95 2000-03 1994-96 2002-03/05 1999-02 2006-09 20101987-90 1991-94 Seasons 2004-07 2000-03 1996-97 1987-90 1994-96 1999-02 2006-09 2007-10 1992-95 2002-03/05 Seasons 1988-91 1992-95 1990 2004-07 1997-98 1988-89 1987-90 2000-03 2008-11 1986-87

Career Fielding

FIELDING PERCENTAGE Rank % Player 1. .990 Tina Nicky 2. .988 Daniella Hooper 3. .986 Fallon Felts 4. .986 Sarah Longmire 5. .984 Christina Garza 6. .982 Ashley Alverson 7. .981 Amanda Travis 8. .975 Stacey Perkins 9. .973 Michelle Clevenger 10. .970 Amy Hale .970 Shelby Norton DOUBLE PLAYS Rank DP Player 1. 35 Brittany Williams 2. 34 Amanda Travis 3. 28 Susan Holt 28 Ashley Alverson 5. 27 Jenny Kelley 6. 25 Connie Campbell 7. 24 Vanessa Stagner 8. 24 Tina Nickey 9. 23 Leigh Pettyjohn 10. 22 Sarah Longmire

Seasons 2002-05 2007-09 2004-07 2004-07 2000-03 2008-09 1996-99 1993-94 1989/91 2003-06 2010Seasons 2007-10 1996-99 1989-90 2008-09 2000-03 1988-90 1992-95 2002-05 1987-90 2004-07

Angela Thompson 1992-95

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Record Book OVC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1995 Andrea Miller OVC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2003 Lori McCoy ALL-OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM 1993 *Angela Thompson, pitcher *Andrea Miller, shortstop 1994 Angela Thompson, pitcher Andrea Miller, shortstop Stacey Perkins, catcher Telisha Neely, outfielder 1995 Angela Thompson, pitcher Andrea Miller, shortstop 1996 Andrea Miller, shortstop 2000 Louranda Sanders, outfield 2002 Jenny Kelley, shortstop 2003 Jenny Kelley, shortstop 2007 Daniella Hooper, catcher *-Unofficial SECOND TEAM 1995 Tracey Drechsel, utility 1997 Amanda Travis, first base 1998 Amanda Travis, first base Louranda Sanders, outfield 1999 Louranda Sanders, outfield 2001 Holly Ricketts, pitcher Misty Claude, utility Brooke Platt, first base 2002 Misty Claude, third base 2003 Candice Haefele, outfield 2004 Natasha Anderson, pitcher Brianna Venable, shortstop Sarah Longmire, utility 2005 Brianna Venable, shortstop 2007 Natasha Anderson, pitcher

OVC ALL-NEWCOMER 2007 Daniella Hooper, catcher OVC ALL-TOURNAMENT 1995 Angela Thompson, pitcher Andrea Miller, shortstop 2007 Natasha Anderson, pitcher AUSTIN PEAY JOY AWARD (Most Valuable Senior Athlete) 1989 Jane Goodson 1997 Andrea Miller AUSTIN PEAY OUTSTANDING FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1995 Andrea Miller CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1995 Andrea Miller (Third team) 1996 Andrea Miller (Third team) 1998 Tracey Drechsel (Third team)

NATIONAL SOFTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION SCHOLASTIC SCHOLAR ATHLETES Julee Stone, 1991 Monique Casey, 1992-93 Kristy Warren, 1994 Wendy Kincaid, 1994 Andrea Miller, 1995-96 Sarah Washburn, 1995 Natalie Bukovick, 1995-96 Vicki Phillips, 1996-97 Tracey Dreschel, 1996-98 Tanya Wright, 1998 Amanda Travis, 1998 Amanda White, 1998-99 Holly Brown, 1998-99 Liz Hudgins 1998 Amy Barnett, 1999 Tiffany Bell, 1999 Jenny Garland, 1999 Shannon Johnson, 1999

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1994 Kristy Warren (First team) 1995 Andrea Miller (First team) Kristy Warren (Second team) 1996 Andrea Miller (First team) Tracey Drechsel (Second team) 1998 Tracey Drechsel (First team) Tanya Wright (Second team)

Lady Govs Softball Coaching Records

Year-by-Year Coaching Records Season Coach W-L-T 1986................Cheryl Holt............................ 9-21-0 1987................Cheryl Holt.......................... 13-21-0 1988................Cheri Kempf........................ 28-17-0 1989................Cheri Kempf........................ 32-19-0 1990................Cheri Kempf........................ 19-30-0 1991................Cheri Kempf........................ 14-25-0 1992................Chris Austin......................... 10-36-0 1993................Chris Austin......................... 28-22-0 1994................Chris Austin......................... 20-25-0 1995................Chris Austin......................... 24-25-0 1996................Chris Austin ........................ 14-44-0 1997................Chris Austin ........................ 17-23-0 1998................Chris Austin......................... 21-29-0 1999................Tara McCoy......................... 11-35-0 2000................Tara McCoy......................... 13-40-0 2001................Tara McCoy......................... 13-42-0 2002................Tara McCoy......................... 19-35-1 2003................Tara McCoy......................... 19-30-1 2004................Tara McCoy......................... 18-37-0 2005................Jim Perrin............................ 17-37-0 2006................Jim Perrin............................ 21-31-2 2007................Jim Perrin............................ 28-30-0 2008................Jim Perrin.............................. 9-38-0 2009................Casey Dickson.................... 15-38-0 2010................Casey Dickson.................... 16-35-0 2011.................Casey Dickson.................... 12-40-0 26 Seasons/6 coaches

Lady Govs

Pct. .300 .382 .622 .627 .388 .359 .217 .560 .444 .490 .241 .425 .420 .239 .245 .236 .355 .390 .327 .315 .407 .483 .191 .283 .314 .231

Cumulative Coaching Records Coach Years Cheryl Holt 1986-87 Cheri Kempf 1988-91 Chris Austin 1992-98 Tara McCoy 1999-04 Jim Perrin 2005-08 Casey Dickson 2009- Total

Seasons 2 4 7 6 4 3 (26)

Cheryl Holt

Cheri Kempf

Jim Perrin

Casey Dickson

W-L-T 22-42-0 93-91-0 134-204-0 93-219-2 75-136-2 43-133-0 460-805-4

Chris Austin

Pct. .344 .505 .396 .298 .356 .276 .364

Tara McCoy

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Record Book A Amy Adams................................................... 1992 Jennifer Adcock........................................ 2001-04 Ashley Alverson........................................ 2008-09 Caitlyn Anderson.......................................... 2011Natasha Anderson.................................... 2004-07 Angela Askew................................................ 1991 B Stefanie Ballinger.......................................... 1992 Stephanie Baltz........................................ 1996-98 Amy Barnett.............................................. 1999-00 Ginger Barrett................................................ 1986 Ashley Bolda................................................ 2009Tiffany Bell..................................................... 1999 Stephanie Bracey..................................... 1993-95 Morgan Brewer............................................. 2010Lacey Briscoe........................................... 2006-09 Megan Brooks............................................... 2006 Holly Brown.............................................. 1998-99 Natalie Bukovick....................................... 1995-97 Ami Bush.................................................. 2004-07 Samantha Butts............................................. 2009 C Connie Campbell...................................... 1988-90 Beth Carr.................................................. 2007-08 Melanie Carr.................................................. 1990 Monique Casey........................................ 1992-93 Jessica Chernak............................................ 2010 Stephanie Clark............................................. 1987 Misty Claude............................................. 2001-02 Stacey Coker................................................. 1986 Jordan Cole................................................... 2010 Anna Cordovez.............................................. 1993 Catie Cozart................................................. 2009Mary Day Crabtree................................... 1990-91 Vickie Cross.............................................. 1993-94 Cindy Cuvelier.......................................... 1988-91 D Julie Dallman................................................. 1990 Randal Davenport.................................... 2008-11 Kayla Davidson............................................ 2011Shalane Davis............................................... 1991 Stefanie Davis............................................... 2001 Lauren de Castro.......................................... 2011Amanda De Vries......................................... 2011Tracey Drechsel....................................... 1995-98 Susan Drye............................................... 1986-88 Deanna Dunn................................................ 1989 E Michelle Edmonds.................................... 2004-07 Stephanie Eggers..................................... 2005-06 Ashley Elrod............................................. 2006-09 F Detra Farley.............................................. 2008-10 Becky Faulk.............................................. 1997-98 Leah Faulk................................................ 1998-01 Fallon Felts............................................... 2004-07 Amy Forrest.............................................. 1998-01 Karla Friese................................................... 1990 Jennifer Fritts................................................. 1991 G Jenny Garland............................................... 1999 Nikki Garrett.............................................. 2006-07 Christina Garza........................................ 2000-03 Kim Gibson.................................................... 1988 Jane Goodson.......................................... 1986-89 Kari Gore....................................................... 2003 Carol Gray................................................ 1987-90 Ginny Gray............................................... 1986-87 Jamie Greene................................................ 1993 Kelly Greene.................................................. 1990 Leslee Greene............................................... 2000 Wendy Greenfield............................. 1992

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H Candice Haefele.................................. 2002-03/05 Amy Hale.................................................. 2003-06 Lori Hale................................................... 1988-89 Lora Harper................................................... 1993 Dawn Hellweg............................................... 2005 Krista Henke............................................. 2006-09 Stacey Hill................................................ 1997-98 Kelly Hitt........................................................ 1996 Jessi Holland..................................................2011 Kristal Holmes............................................... 1986 Susan Holt................................................ 1989-90 Daniella Hooper........................................ 2007-09 Stacey Hrabota......................................... 1994-96 Shine Huwe................................................... 2010 J Emily Johnson.......................................... 1996-98 Jennifer Johnson........................................... 1995 Shannon Johnson.................................... 1997-98 Tia Johnson.................................................. 2010Valarie Johnson........................................ 1991-92 Dawn Jones................................................... 1987 Heather Jones.......................................... 1994-95 Amy Josephson............................................. 2006 K Tomoko Kano................................................ 1993 Jenny Kelley............................................. 2000-03 Wendy Kincaid............................................... 1994 L Terri Lamb..................................................... 1991 Megan Lane............................................. 1999-02 Janet Lee....................................................... 1993 Leah Liverett.................................................. 2000 Deonna Long............................................ 1986-87 Sarah Longmire........................................ 2004-07 Becky Lunsford......................................... 1991-93 M Abby Mabry.............................................. 2009-10 Charlotte Madden.......................................... 1999 Chris Manauis.......................................... 1991-92 Keshena Martin............................................. 1992 Amy McCalla................................................. 1996 Emily McConkey............................................ 2006 Susan McCormack................................... 1992-93 Janea McCoy........................................... 2008-09 Lori McCoy.................................................... 2003 Christie McCrum....................................... 2006-07 Summer McCumber................................. 1996-97 Chanel McKenzie.......................................... 2001 Sharon Mendon............................................. 1986 Andrea Miller............................................ 1993-96 Amy Mills...................................................... 2010Taylor Mills.................................................... 2011Tabitha Mixon................................................ 2005 Lydia Money........................................ 2002-03/05 Denisha Montgomery.................................... 2000 Dawn Moore.................................................. 1986 Michelle Mullins............................................. 1994 N Telisha Neely............................................ 1992-95 Krista New..................................................... 2008 Taylor Newberry....................................... 2005-07 Kelly Newman............................................... 1990 Christina Nickey....................................... 2002-05 Shelby Norton............................................... 2010-

Robyn Perrin............................................ 1991-92 Jill Petrey....................................................... 1996 Leigh Pettyjohn......................................... 1987-90 Vicki Phillips.............................................. 1996-97 Lisa Piefer................................................ 1988-89 Brooke Platt.............................................. 2000-02 Ashley Porter............................................ 2004-05 Lindsey Porter.......................................... 2003-05 Natalie Pryor.................................................. 2001 R Holly Ricketts............................................ 2000-03 Jennifer Roach......................................... 1990-91 Elizabeth Rogers........................................... 2001 Stephanie Rogers.......................................... 1991 Jessica Ryan................................................ 2009S Louranda Sanders.................................... 1997-00 Sonya Sanderson.......................................... 1991 Missy Sapp............................................... 1988-89 Jennifer Simpkins..................................... 2003-06 Heather Skeels......................................... 2000-03 Tiffany Smith............................................. 2008-11 Rachael Spafford........................................... 1996 Leigh Ellen Spiceland.................................... 2000 Vanessa Stagner...................................... 1992-95 Heather Stanfill......................................... 2002-04 Karen Stokes............................................ 1987-88 Julee Stone.............................................. 1988-91 Amanda Stout........................................... 1997-98 Regina Sugg.................................................. 1986 Katina Sykes................................................. 1993 T Ashley Taylor............................................ 2007-10 Debbie Taylor................................................. 1987 Michelle Thomison................................... 1989, 91 Angela Thompson.................................... 1992-95 Beth Tidwell................................................... 1987 Amanda Travis......................................... 1996-99 Jennifer Travis.......................................... 2002-05 Yoshi Tyler..................................................... 1995 V Brianna Venable....................................... 2003-06 Janay Vulgamore........................................... 1991 W Jennifer Walker.............................................. 2006 Jessica Warden........................................ 2002-05 Kristy Warren............................................ 1993-96 Michelle Warren........................................ 1991-94 Sarah Washburn....................................... 1995-96 Cindy Weathers............................................. 1986 Laura Wehmeyer........................................... 1998 Amanda White.......................................... 1998-99 Kristin Whitmire............................................ 2011Brittany Williams....................................... 2007-10 Lori Williams............................................. 1986-87 Meagan Williams...................................... 2007-10 Shelley Williams............................................ 1998 Stacey Williams........................................ 1986-88 Susan Wright................................................. 1986 Tanya Wright............................................. 1997-98

O Brittanie Oleman............................................ 2005 P Jennie Passero......................................... 1998-99 Mary Pennifield.............................................. 1990 Stacey Perkins......................................... 1993-94

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Record Book A Akron Alabama Alabama A&M Alabama-Birmingham Appalachian State Auburn Augustana College

0- 1 0- 1 13-1 0- 1 1- 0 0- 5 0- 1

B Ball State Bellarmine Belmont Beloit Birmingham Southern Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Bradley Bucknell Buffalo Butler

0- 7 8- 8 18-17-2 1- 0 2- 3 0- 2 1- 0 2- 0 2- 2 2- 3 2- 0 0- 4

C Centenary Central Florida Central Missouri Charleston Southern Cleveland State Coastal Carolina College of Charleston Colorado State Columbia (MO) Connecticut Creighton Cumberland (TN)

0- 2 0- 1 1- 0 1- 3 1- 2 0- 1 0- 1 0- 1 1- 0 1- 0 0- 3 19-5-1

D Delta State Detroit

1- 0 0- 1

E East Tennessee Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Emporia State Evansville

0- 1 12- 36 11- 50 2- 2 0- 1 12- 29

F Faulkner Florida A&M Florida Gulf Coast Florida State Fordham Freed-Hardeman Furman

0- 1 1- 0 0- 1 0- 1 1- 0 4- 0 1- 2

G Gardner-Webb George Mason George Washington Georgia College Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Gustavus Adolphis

0- 3 0- 1 1- 0 0- 1 0- 2 0- 3 1- 3 4- 0

H Holy Cross Howard

0- 1 1- 0

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I Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Indiana Indiana State IU-Ft. Wayne IUPUI

1- 0 0- 4 0- 1 2- 7 1- 0 1- 2

J Jacksonville Jacksonville State

0- 1 6- 20

K Kansas Kennesaw State Kentucky Kentucky State Kentucky Wesleyan

0- 1 1- 2 0- 4 30- 0 12-10

L Lambuth LaSalle Lee College Lehigh LeMoyne Liberty Lincoln Memorial Lipscomb Livingston Louisiana Tech

2- 2 0- 2 0- 2 0- 1 1- 0 1- 0 0- 2 10-20 2- 0 1- 0

M Maine Manhattan Marshall Martin Methodist Maryville Memphis Mercer Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee Milligan Mississippi Mississippi State Mississippi Univ. for Women Mississippi Valley Missouri-Columbia Missouri-Kansas City Monmouth Morehead State Mt. Vernon Murray State

1- 1 0- 1 0- 3 4- 0 5- 7 2- 2 3- 11 0- 1 0- 1 16-29 2- 0 0-1 0- 6 0- 1 3- 0 1- 3 0- 1 1- 4 30-41-1 2- 0 3-3

N New Haven Niagara Nicholls State North Alabama North Carolina A&T North Carolina-Chapel Hill North Carolina-Charlotte North Carolina-Wilmington Northeast Louisiana Northeastern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwest Missouri Northwestern Louisiana Northwestern State

1- 0 0- 1 0- 4 1- 1 1- 0 0- 2 0- 1 2- 1 1- 3 4- 6 0- 2 0- 1 0- 3 0- 1

O Oakland (Mich.) Ohio Dominican

1- 2 1- 0

Ohio University

0- 1

P Pennsylvania Pittsburgh State Providence Purdue

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

R Radford Rhode Island Robert Morris Rutgers

1- 0 1- 0 0- 2 0- 1

S Saginaw Valley Samford Siena Slippery Rock South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina-Spartanburg South Florida Southeast Missouri Southeastern Louisiana Southern Illinois Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Southern Indiana Southern Mississippi Southern Utah Southwest Missouri St. Joseph’s (PA) St. Louis Stetson

0- 2 12-27 0- 1 0- 1 0- 3 0- 1 0- 1 1- 0 15-58 0- 1 0-12 1-7 15-13 1- 0 3- 1 0- 3 2- 4 9- 6 1- 1

T Tarkio Tennessee Tennessee-Chattanooga Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Tennessee-Martin Texas Tech Toledo Trevecca Troy State

3- 0 0-17 0- 8 38-20 16-65 31-60 0- 1 1- 0 4- 0 3- 7

V Vermont Virginia

1- 0 0- 1

W Wagner Wayne State West Chester Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wichita State Winthrop Wisconsin Wright State

0- 2 2- 0 2- 0 0- 1 2-20 0- 1 0- 3 2- 2 0- 1 2- 0

Y Yale Youngstown State

0- 1 0- 1

170 Teams 460-805-4

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+Includes one forfeit loss. ++Includes two forfeit wins.

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