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Media 8-9 Quick Facts.....................................................................................8 2012 Schedule................................................................................8 Media Information.........................................................................8 2012 Roster....................................................................................9 Pronunciation Guide.......................................................................9 Coaches & Staff 10-13 Head Coach Natalie Poole...................................................... 10-11 Assistant Coaches................................................................... 12-13 Support Staff............................................................................... 13 Meet the Tigers 14-27 Player Profiles......................................................................... 14-27

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2011 Review 28-41 Season Recap............................................................................... 28 Statistics................................................................................. 29-30 Game Results............................................................................... 31 Youtube Box Scores.............................................................................. 32-40 Memphis Tigers C-USA Review.............................................................................. 41 History 42-55 Year-by-Year Results.................................................................... 42 Year-by-Year Coaching................................................................. 42 All-Time Series Records.......................................................... 43-44 Record vs. Conferences............................................................... 44 All-Time C-USA Standings............................................................ 45 All-Time C-USA Tourn. Results..................................................... 45 NCAA Tournament....................................................................... 46 All-Time Roster............................................................................ 47 All-Time Jersey Roster................................................................. 47 Record Book........................................................................... 48-53 Blues City Classic History............................................................. 54 Honors & Awards........................................................................ 55 Tiger Softball Complex................................................................. 55

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Editors: Brandon Kolditz, Bryan McEldowney, Brad Pope, Allison Schatell, Mark Taylor Cover: Joshua Wheeler/Brandon Kolditz Assistance: Lamar Chance, Jennifer Rodrigues, Tammy DeGroff, Bob Winn, Jen Rothlisberger, Adam K. Moussa Photography: Photos were taken by professional sports photographers Joe Murphy, Carolyn Andros, Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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University 1-6 Social Media...................................................................................1 University President.......................................................................2 Athletic Director.............................................................................3 University of Memphis...................................................................4 City of Memphis.............................................................................5 Tiger Traditions...............................................................................6

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports University President - Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Shirley C. Raines became the 11th president of the University of Memphis on July 1, 2001. She is the first woman to hold the presidency of the University, which was founded in 1912. The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a high research university, with almost 23,000 students and 2,500 employees. Previous to her appointment at the University of Memphis, Dr. Raines was Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. While at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., she received the Distinguished Faculty Member award and has received two research awards from the Eastern Educational Research Association. She is the author of 14 books and numerous journal articles and is widely regarded as an expert in teacher education and early childhood education. During the years of Dr. Raines’ tenure at the University of Memphis, the following building projects have been completed: the FedEx Institute of Technology, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management, the Student Activities Plaza and fountain, the clock tower, University Services Building with new bookstore, additions to the Carpenter Student Housing Complex, the renovation of Wilder Tower, the University Center, the LivingLearning Residence Complex and relocation of the Law School to the historic downtown location on the Mississippi River. Improvement to athletic facilities have also been a priority with the construction of the Athletic Training Facility, Penny Hardaway Hall of

Fame, Tiger Softball Complex, FedExPark, Frank L. Flautt Golf Center, and upgrades and renovations to the football training facilities, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and the Elma Roane Fieldhouse. Described in The Commercial Appeal as “powerful, prepared and personable,” she has become known for her effective work in building productive partnerships on and off the campus. This emphasis has enabled the University to realize significant increases in annual giving to the University. Establishment of the University of Memphis Research Foundation along with the University’s focus on engaged scholarship in the community has facilitated an increase of sponsored research grants and contract awards by almost 100 percent since the beginning of Dr. Raines’ tenure in 2001. Major focus areas of her work with students include an increased emphasis on the retention of students, expansion of the University’s Honors and Emerging Leaders programs, the establishment of a guaranteed internship program for qualified students, living-learning residential and curricular learning communities throughout campus. Dr. Raines served on the board for the NCAA for five years and chaired the Presidential Task Force Oversight and Monitoring Group while also serving on the Board of Directors of C-USA. While Chair of the Board of Directors of C-USA, Dr. Raines led the conference through realignment. Dr. Raines earned her Doctorate in Education and her Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Her Bach-

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elor of Science degree is from the University of Tennessee at Martin. She also completed the Management Development Program from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has returned to Harvard for the past four years as a keynote speaker for the Institutes for Higher Education addressing new university presidents and chancellors. A native of Bells, Tenn., she is married to retired professor, Dr. Robert J. Canady. In his retirement, he is a stained glass artist and a private pilot. Bob and Shirley are the parents of four adult children and five grandchildren.

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R.C. Johnson came aboard in February of 1996 and immediately set forth in bringing U of M Tigers athletics into national prominence. Over the last 15 years, the dynamic administrator has built Memphis into a nationally-recognized athletics program that has participated in five bowl games and has competed in 14 postseason men’s basketball tournaments. Under Johnson’s direction, donations to the department have risen steadily and more than $7 million has been raised each of the last three years. Also, in the last eight years under Johnson, the Tigers have captured 17 total Conference USA titles in men’s basketball, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s golf and men’s track and field. The men’s basketball program has garnered five regular-season titles (2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) and five C-USA Tournament championships (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011), while the women’s soccer program claimed consecutive league championships in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. Men’s soccer won the C-USA Tournament in 2004, while the men’s outdoor track and field and women’s golf programs claimed league championships in 2007. While he has already spearheaded two major capital campaigns that raised over $21 million in private funds for athletic department projects, Johnson announced in June 2011 a major capital campaign to directly benefit the Tigers football program. “Vision for Victory,” as it is billed, was developed to raise $10 million for a 74,000-squarefoot indoor practice facility, design upgrades for the current facility and the resurfacing of the current grass fields. Johnson’s previous capital campaigns included a $12.9 million effort that benefitted nearly every area of the Memphis Athletic Department. Included in the project was an addition to the Ath-

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letic Office Building, which includes the Anfernee Hardaway Hall of Fame, a weight room and turf practice field for the football program, FedExPark for the baseball program that was unveiled for the 2010 season, the Frank L. Flautt golf practice facility, a renovation of the Finch Center men’s basketball practice facility as well as a renovation of the women’s basketball and volleyball locker rooms. Johnson’s first capital campaign was previously the largest fund-raising effort in the history of Memphis athletics. The $8 million campaign included a new 8,000-square-foot football and basketball office complex addition, the Larry O. Finch basketball practice facility, which is still considered one of the best in the country, and a complete renovation of the Murphy Athletic Complex. During his tenure, Johnson has created the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, the Tiger Scholarship Fund Board of Directors and the Athletic Director’s Ambassador’s Club. The Ambassador’s Club, which started with two members in 1997, has reached an all-time high of 41 members under Johnson. A significant revenue source for Tigers Athletics, members of the Ambassador’s Club pledge to commit $500,000. In June 2007, Johnson inked a lucrative longterm contract extension with Learfield Sports, which enabled Tiger Sports Properties to retain the multimedia rights for Memphis Athletics through 2017. The Tigers signed on with Learfield Sports in 2001, granting the partner radio and television rights, athletic venue signage, game day promotions and sponsorships, as well as the official athletic department website. Terms for the contract call for the Tigers to receive a financial guarantee each year of the agreement and to participate in annual revenue sharing. In 2008, the U of M entered into a five-year, $11.3 million partnership with Nike to provide shoes, apparel and equipment for all Memphis athletic teams. A believer in academic excellence as well as athletic success and national prominence, Johnson leads a department that set school records this past

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year with 56 percent of its student-athletes achieving a 3.0 or higher during the 2010 fall semester (196 student-athletes) and a departmental GPA of 3.01 for the 2011 spring semester. Seven teams achieved their highest semester GPAs during the 2010-11 academic year. In May 2010, 48 studentathletes earned degrees, marking the largest group for one ceremony since 2002 when the athletic academic services department began keeping records. Before taking at Memphis, Johnson was responsible for directing a Temple program with more than 500 student-athletes in 20 men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports, including nationally-visible programs in men’s basketball and football. He was named Temple’s director of athletics on May 9, 1994, after serving nearly six years as director of athletics at Miami (Ohio) University. He had also previously led the department at Eastern Illinois from 1980-88, and was the associate athletic director at Northern Iowa from 1974-80. A former football coach himself, Johnson served as an assistant at Mankato State University from 1968-74. He coached at Youngstown State University during the 1967 and 1968 seasons after serving as an assistant coach at Northern Iowa (1965-67) and the University of Iowa (1963-65). An Ottawa, Ill., native, Johnson holds his bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Iowa in 1965 and earned his master’s degree in physical education from the University of Northern Iowa in 1967. Johnson is a member of the National Association of College Directors of Athletics and serves on the NCAA Leadership Council. A veteran administrator in Conference USA, Johnson sits on both the C-USA Bowl Committee and the league’s Finance Committee. In addition, he is a member of the University of Memphis President’s Council. He was appointed by Governor Haslam to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Board. Johnson and his wife, Melba, have three children: Jeff, P.A. and Michelle; five grandchildren and one great grandson.

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports University For almost a century the University of Memphis has been a catalyst for progress in the city of Memphis, the state of Tennessee and the surrounding Mid-South region. From its inception as a normal school dedicated to the education of public school teachers, to its role today as an educator of technologically-savvy graduates who face a complex world, the University of Memphis has always fulfilled its current mission while looking forward to and planning for its future. Exceptional students from Tennessee, from every other state in the nation and from almost 100 countries around the world choose to attend the University of Memphis. They come here on the recommendation of their major professors at European universities; they come here to study subjects that are offered nowhere else; they come to study alongside men and women who are recognized and respected throughout the academic and scientific communities as foremost in their fields. Ever forward-looking, the University of Memphis is poised to enter one of its most historic and productive periods. From the faculty and staff we have in place to our alumni and benefactors, our “people assets” have never been more willing, able and generous in their efforts to build an academic environment that makes a life-long impact on the young minds at the U of M. The University of Memphis was founded under the auspices of the General Education Bill, enacted by the Tennessee Legislature in 1909. Known originally as West Tennessee State Normal School, the institution opened its doors Sept. 10, 1912, with Dr. Seymour A. Mynders as president. Students in the first classes selected blue and gray as the school colors and the tiger as the mascot. Tradition holds that the colors, those of the opposing armies during the Civil War, were chosen in commemoration of the reuniting of the country after that divisive conflict. Over the next decade, The Desoto yearbook was created, the first library was opened in the Administration Building, the first dining hall was built and the first men’s dorm was built; today that dorm, Scates Hall, houses the College of Arts and Sciences’ Dean’s offices. In 1925, the name of the college changed to West Tennessee State Teachers College. Three years later, the Brister Library was built, named after two-term president John W. Brister. In 1931, the students created a campus newspaper, The Tiger Rag, and in 1935, the school’s agriculture department was discontinued. The college changed names again in 1941, becoming Memphis State College, and in 1946, J. Millard “Jack” Smith became president — the first alumnus to hold the position. In 1950, grad-

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uate studies were initiated, and in 1954, the school switched from a quarter to a semester system. In 1957, the state legislature designated Memphis State full university status. In 1959, the university admitted its first African American students, and the first doctoral programs began in 1966. The 1970s, under President Cecil C. Humphreys, saw new buildings constructed across the campus, including a University Center and a 12-story library. In 1983, MSU became the first public university in Tennessee to gain accreditation of its entire curriculum. The 1990s were characterized by another name change and another building boom. In 1994, MSU became the University of Memphis, and the Ned R. McWherter Library was completed. Moving into the 21st century, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management and the FedEx Institute of Technology have made their mark on the University landscape. Today, the University of Memphis is one of Tennessee’s three comprehensive doctoral-extensive institutions of higher learning. Situated in a beautiful park-like setting in the state’s largest city, it is the flagship of the Tennessee Board of Regents system. It awards more than 3,000 degrees annually. With an enrollment of almost 23,000 students, The University of Memphis has 26 Chairs of Excellence, more than any other Tennessee university, and five state-approved Centers of Excellence.

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President Dr. Shirley C. Raines Founded 1912 as West Tennessee State Normal School Campus Size 1,607 acres and 237 buildings at eight sites Operating Budget $439 million Local Economic Impact $1.43 billion Enrollment (for Fall 2011) Total......................................................... 22,725 Undergraduate........................................ 17,966 Graduate.................................................... 4,340 Law School.................................................... 419 Full-time....................................................... 68% Part-time...................................................... 32% Workforce Approximately 2,500 employees including 930 full-time faculty Colleges & Schools • Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law • College of Arts & Sciences • College of Communication and Fine Arts • College of Education • Fogelman College of Business and Economics • Graduate School • Herff College of Engineering • Loewenberg School of Nursing • School of Communication Sciences and Disorders • School of Public Health • University College Degrees • 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 250 areas of study • Master’s degrees in over 55 subjects • Doctoral degrees in 23 disciplines • Specialist degree in education • Juris Doctor (law degree) • Online degree program

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Considered the “Home of the Blues” and the “Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll,” the city of Memphis’ musical roots run deep. However, music is just a chapter in the history as well as the future of the city located in the heart of Mid-America. Memphis, named after the capital of ancient Egypt, has big city amenities with a small-town feel. Whether you are a hardcore sports enthusiast, a history buff, a music aficionado, or you just like to relax and watch as boats travel the Mississippi River, Memphis has something for everyone. Downtown Memphis has continued to grow and thrive, and two of the most visible projects have been the construction of AutoZone Park and FedExForum. AutoZone Park is the home of the Memphis Redbirds, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Triple-A club. The 14,320-seat stadium includes 1,500 club seats, 48 luxury suites and is located at the corner of Third Street and Union Avenue across from the worldfamous Peabody Hotel. The Memphis Tigers baseball team also plays some of its most high-profile opponents in the top-notch facility. The city’s newest downtown project is FedExForum, an entertainment arena that houses both the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association and the University of Memphis men’s basketball team. The $250 million state-ofthe-art arena features a 35,000-square-foot outdoor plaza where fans of all ages can gather before an event. The arena has over 100 points of sale for concession stands and four full-service restaurants. FedExForum is located one block south of Beale Street. Memphis’ musical roots can be traced to band leader W.C. Handy, who wrote the first blues song here in 1909, a campaign theme for Memphis mayor “Boss” Crump called “Boss Crump Blues” and later published as the “The Memphis Blues.” The sound soon caught on and blues bands filled the clubs along Beale. Young musicians who have performed along Beale include Muddy Waters, Furry Lewis, Albert King, Bobby “Blue” Bland and B.B. King. Beale Street has rapidly become the entertainment center of Memphis, and visitors and locals alike enjoy the food and music offered in the various nightclubs. Where Beale Street meets the Mississippi River is Tom Lee Park, site of the annual Beale Street Music Festival. The weekend-long event is just a part of the month-long Memphis in May International Festival, which also includes the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and the Sunset Symphony. Located within a block of Beale is Gibson Guitar Memphis, which includes factory tours and cultural exhibits. Across the street is the Smithsonian’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum located at the FedExForum, which includes artifacts documenting music’s past. Memphis’ musical roots also include Stax and Hi-Records as well as Sun Records recording studio. Stax became known for “sweet soul mu-

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sic” through such artists as the MarKeys, Booker T. and the MGs, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave and Isaac Hayes. The Stax Museum reopened on its original location at McLemore and Crump in the summer of 2003 and offers visitors a complete history of “Soulsville USA.” One of Hi-Records’ premier artists was Al Green. Sun Records’ most famous recording artist was Elvis Presley and also boasted Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash among its recording artists. Elvis Presley’s Graceland is one of the five most-visited home tours in America and is the most famous home in the United States after the White House. In 1991, Graceland was placed on the National Register of Historical Places. Over 600,000 visitors tour Graceland each year. Also located downtown is the beautiful Orpheum Theater, which serves as a venue for performances by Ballet Memphis, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and traveling Broadway shows, as well as the Orpheum Classic Movies series and other concerts. The city’s location makes Memphis a major distribution hub with two interstate highways intersecting the city. Memphis is also home of FedEx, the nation’s largest package carrier which makes Memphis International Airport the world’s busiest cargo airport. Over 500 commercial passenger flights originate from Memphis International each day. Ranked by The Sporting News as one of the “Top 50 Sports Cities In the Country,” the city of Memphis is a large metropolitan city with a hometown feel. From its big-city industry such as FedEx and the Memphis International Airport to

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Memphis Is... • Named for its Egyptian sister city on the Nile • The largest city in Tennessee & the 17th largest city in the United States • Centered in the middle of the nation’s population • The Pork BBQ Capital of the world • The home of The Pyramid, the third largest pyramid in the world • Ranked by the travel industry as one of the top 20 destinations for an athletic event • Ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 convention centers and locations • The nation’s largest spot cotton-trading market • The hardwood capital of the world • The home of the world’s largest cargo airport • The third-largest rail center in the United States • The fourth-largest inland port in the United States • Home to the Memphis Zoo, one of only four zoos in the United States to exhibit giant pandas. • The 47th Best Sports City according to the Sporting News 2009 list.

its family recreation areas such as Shelby Farms and the Memphis Zoo, our city boasts all the amenities you would expect in a city with over 1 million residents, while retaining the charm and down-to-earth feel of a small town.

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports Tiger Traditions When the University of Memphis first fielded a football team in the fall of 1912, no one had selected a nickname for the squad. Early references to the football team tabbed them only as the Blue and Gray Warriors of West Tennessee Normal School. After the final game of the 1914 season, there was a student parade. During this event, several Normal students shouted, “We fight like Tigers.” The nickname was born. More and more the nickname “Tigers” was used, particularly in campus publications. But, it did not catch on with the newspapers downtown. They continued to use “Normals” or the “Blue and Gray” when referring to the University. In the late 1920s, student publications and downtown newspapers began referring to the football team as the “Teachers” or “Tutors.” The Tigers nickname would return, but not until 1939 was it finally adopted as the official nickname for the University of Memphis. For nearly 40 years, the sideline mascot for the University of Memphis has been a Bengal Tiger named TOM. TOM attends all Tigers football home games, and he can also be found at many other University events throughout the year. TOM travels in style in a custom-designed, climate-controlled trailer and always with police escort. As one of only two universities in America with a live tiger mascot, The University of Memphis is unique in its Tiger tradition. As a project of the Highland Hundred, no public or University funds are used to provide for TOM’s needs, and no University resources are required in his care. TOM is a powerful and majestic symbol of the University of Memphis, and his presence presents constant opportunities to educate Tigers fans young and old through the preservation of one of

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Stand Firm, O Alma Mater Through All The Years To Come; In Days Of Youth And Beauty Thy Halls Have Been Our Home. In Time Of Preparation Great Lessons Didst Thou Teach Till Now O Alma Mater, The Stars We’ll Strive To Reach. Lead On, O Alma Mater They Sons To Highways, Give Light And Truth Unto Them For All Their Coming Days. To Thee We’ll Give All Honor, Our Hopes Abide In Thee, For Thou, O Alma Mater, Hast Made Us Ever Free.

the world’s most recognizable endangered species. The first Tiger, TOM, was procured by the Highland Hundred football boosters in 1972 and served the U of M faithfully for nearly 20 years until passing away in February of 1992. The Highland Hundred officially presented TOM to the University in a ceremony at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Nov. 11, 1972, during a football game against the University of Cincinnati. TOM had initially been named ‘Shane’ at the suggestion of the breeder’s daughter. Once in Memphis, though, a contest was held to name the mascot. More than 2,500 entries were submitted. The list was ultimately reduced to two choices, Shane and TOM, which stands for Tigers Of Memphis. TOM won. In the fall of 1991, the Highland Hundred Tiger Guard received TOM II as a gift from Tom and Carolyn Atchison of Florence, Ala. TOM II served

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Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory, Be A Winner Thru And Thru; Fight Tigers, Fight Cause We’re Going All The Way -Fight, Fight For The Blue And Gray And Say -Let’s Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory. See Our Colors Bright And True; It’s Fight Now Without A Fear, Fight Now Let’s Shout A Cheer, Shout For Dear Memphis U. (Yell) Go Tigers Go Go Tigers Go Yea -- Tiger Go!

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his university with pride for 17 years through 2008, passing away on Oct. 15 of that year. Shortly after TOM II’s death, the Tiger Guard began the search for a new tiger to serve as TOM III, and a stroke of good luck was realized in a discussion with the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center in Rock Springs, Wis. Faced with three new cubs born Aug. 31, 2008, after an unexpected pregnancy at their facility, founders Jeff Kozlowski and Jenny Meyer offered to donate one of their young tigers to serve as TOM III. TOM III was introduced at a press conference on Nov. 17, 2008, and the Tiger Guard officially presented him to the University on Nov. 22 during a football game against the UCF.

The Logo The University of Memphis’ official logo was redesigned by Craig Thompson from Disciple Design in Memphis, Tenn. The original logo was an MSU with a leaping Tiger coming out from behind the letter. The new logo is an “M” with a leaping Tiger coming up over the center of the “M.”

School Colors The University of Memphis’ official school colors of Blue and Gray were selected in the early 1900s. The colors were chosen in an effort to show unity in a nation that was still recovering from the effects of the Civil War. The student body thought that by picking the colors of the North and the South, the school would show a togetherness among all students.

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Media Quick Facts...................................... 8 2012 Schedule................................. 8 Media Information.......................... 8 2012 Roster..................................... 9 Pronunciation Guide........................ 9 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Natalie Poole........10-11 Assistant Coaches.....................12-13 Support Staff................................. 13

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Meet the Tigers Player Profiles...........................14-27 2011 Review Season Recap................................. 28 Statistics...................................29-30 Game Results................................. 31 Box Scores................................32-40 C-USA Review................................ 41 History Year-by-Year Results...................... 42 Year-by-Year Coaching................... 42 All-Time Series Records............43-44 Record vs. Conferences................. 44 All-Time C-USA Standings.............. 45 All-Time C-USA Tourn. Results....... 45 NCAA Tournament......................... 46 All-Time Roster.............................. 47 All-Time Jersey Roster................... 47 Record Book.............................48-53 Blues City Classic History............... 54 Honors & Awards.......................... 55 Tiger Softball Complex................... 55

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vs Alabama & at South Alabama & vs Jacksonville State & vs Mississippi State & at South Alabama & at UNLV $ vs Hawaii $ vs Idaho State $ vs BYU $ vs Long Beach State $ vs Indiana $ Mississippi Valley State Miami-OH # Western Illinois # Northern Iowa # Missouri State # Southeast Missouri State # vs Boston University % at Tennessee % vs East Tennessee State % vs Louisville % vs Dutch National Team (Exh.) at Alcorn State at UAB* at UAB* UT Martin Marshall* Marshall* at Samford at Houston* at Houston* Murray State Southern Miss* Southern Miss* at Tulsa* at Tulsa* Alcorn State Louisiana-Monroe UTEP* UTEP* at Tennessee at UCF* at UCF* at Mississippi State East Carolina* East Carolina* C-USA Championship

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Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Las Vegas, Nev. (UNLV) Las Vegas, Nev. (UNLV) Las Vegas, Nev. (UNLV) Las Vegas, Nev. (SLC 1) Las Vegas, Nev. (UNLV) Las Vegas, Nev. (SLC 3) Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. (Lee Stadium) Knoxville, Tenn. (Lee Stadium) Knoxville, Tenn. (Lee Stadium) Knoxville, Tenn. (Lee Stadium) Knoxville, Tenn. (Caswell Park) Alcorn State, Miss. Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Starkville, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala.

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Media Information Credentials Members of the media traveling with the team to the Tiger Softball Complex do not need a credential. Media not traveling with the team need to contact Brandon Kolditz in the University of Memphis Athletic Media Relations Office at (901) 678-2444 for press credentials. A pass list will be kept at the main gate area, which also serves as the media gate. Seating in the press area is limited and will be restricted to working press, radio and television representatives’ needs, according to NCAA regulations. Parking Media parking is located in the parking lot adjacent to the stadium. No parking pass is required. Photographers Photographers must have a working credential for access to the field. Photographers will be granted a credential through the University of Memphis Athletic Media Relations Office. Photographers are not permitted

to sell photos taken at U of M softball games without the written consent of the Athletic Media Relations office. Statistics The U of M Media Relations Office will provide game notes, statistics, rosters and media guides throughout the game to all members of the media. The U of M Media Relations Office will also provide complete game statistics to each media member shortly after each contest. Practice/Interviews Memphis softball practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements may be made by contacting the Athletic Media Relations Office at least 24 hours before practice time. All interviews are coordinated with head coach Natalie Poole through the Athletic Media Relations Office. The office staff can also set up interviews throughout the season with the coaches as well as player interviews, which will be scheduled around the players’ academic and practice schedules. Coaches and players are

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available for postgame interviews 10 minutes following the end of the game. Tickets Tickets for Tiger Softball games are available at the U of M Ticket Office at the corner of Southern and Normal, or by calling (901) 678-2331. Tickets are also available at the game. Tigers on the Web The official athletic website of the University of Memphis is www. gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as game notes, box scores, statistics, etc., are all available on the website. Home C-USA matches will be streamed and broadcasted live, with U of M alum Dan O’Brien calling the playby-play action. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

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General Information School:.............The University of Memphis Location:.......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:............................................ 1912 Enrollment:..................................... 22,725 Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division I Conference:...................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................ Tigers Colors:..................................... Blue & Gray Home Field:............ Tiger Softball Complex Surface:................................ Natural Grass Dimensions:.......................... 200-220-200 Capacity:.............................................. 275 President:....................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director:...................R.C. Johnson Web Site:................ www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu History First Year of Softball:.......................... 2006 All-Time Record:................172-151 (6 yrs) NCAA Tournaments/Last:.............. 1/2011 Last Postseason Opponent:...Chattanooga Result:............... L, 2-1 (Alabama Regional) Coaching Staff Head Coach:..........................Natalie Poole (McNeese State, 1998) Overall Record (Yrs): .......312-299 (10 yrs) Record at Memphis (Yrs):............. 1st Year Assistant Coach:..........Andy Lott (1st Year) Assistant Coach: ...Heather Mosser (1st year) Team Information 2011 Overall Record:........................36-14 Home:..................................................13-6 Away:..................................................12-4 Neutral:...............................................11-4 2011 C-USA Record/Finish:..........15-7/4th Home:....................................................5-6 Away:..................................................10-1 Final 2011 Rankings:............................N/A Final 2011 RPI:....................................... 44 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......... 14/7 Pitchers Returning/Lost:...................... 3/1 Starters Returning/Lost:...................... 5/5 Media Relations Softball Contact:...............Brandon Kolditz Office Phone:.................... (901) 678-2444 Mobile Phone:.................. (901) 871-5475 E-mail:................. wkolditz@memphis.edu Media Relations Fax:........ (901) 678-4134 Address:................570 Normal, Room 203 Memphis, TN 38152 Social Media Facebook:................................................... facebook.com/MemphisSoftball facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter:........twitter.com/MemphisSoftball twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports Numerical Roster Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Ijiah Hargrove So. INF/OF 5-0 Kamri Chester r-Jr. OF 5-5 Ashley Ford r-Fr. C/UT 5-4 Breslin Perry Fr. OF 5-5 Laura Curtis Jr. SS 5-10 Carly Hummel Jr. P 5-4 Ashleigh King So. OF 5-8 Ellen Roberts So. P/1B 5-9 Jami Miller Jr. 3B 5-6 Nikki Moreno Sr. C/3B 5-7 Alyssa Palmieri Sr. 2B 5-5 Kassy Dunn Fr. OF/2B 5-6 Lauren Carley r-Sr. P 5-6 Libby Goranson So. 1B 5-6 Sara Pearson Fr. P/SS 5-6 Jessica Phillips Sr. 1B 5-8 Cheyenne Mascarenas Jr. 3B 5-5 Lelani Bernardino Sr. OF 5-8 Amber Lindahl So. C/3B 5-8 Jordan Richwood Fr. P 5-4 Morgan Mosby Jr. INF 5-10

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Natalie Poole Andy Lott Heather Mosser Keanah Prestridge

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Hometown/Last School Gulfport, Miss./Harrison Central HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Girls Preparatory School Dickson County, Tenn./Dickson County HS Austell, Ga./South Cobb HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga State Bakersfield, Calif./Ridgeview HS St. Louis, Mo./Cor Jesu Academy Westleigh, NSW, Australia/Loreto Normanhurst Genoa, Ill./Kirkwood CC Tracy, Calif./Tracy HS Boca Raton, Fla./West Boca Raton HS Simi Valley, Calif./Grace Brethren HS Houston, Texas/Henderson State Southaven, Miss./DeSoto Central HS Somerville, Ohio/Lakota East HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Girls Preparatory School Garden Grove, Calif./Pacifica HS Valencia, Calif./Valencia HS Lake Worth, Fla./Park Vista Community HS San Mateo, Calif./Hillsdale HS Hernando, Miss./SBEC

McNeese State University, 1998/First Season Liberty University, 1995/First Season McNeese State University, 2010/First Season University of Memphis/First Season

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Name Pos. Lelani Bernardino OF Lauren Carley P Kamri Chester OF Laura Curtis SS Kassy Dunn OF/2B Ashley Ford C/UT Libby Goranson 1B Ijiah Hargrove INF/OF Carly Hummel P Ashleigh King OF Amber Lindahl C/3B Cheyenne Mascarenas 3B Jami Miller 3B Nikki Moreno C/3B Morgan Mosby INF Alyssa Palmieri 2B Sara Pearson P/SS Breslin Perry OF Jessica Phillips 1B Jordan Richwood P Ellen Roberts P/1B

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Seniors (5) Lelani Bernardino, Lauren Carley, Nikki Moreno, Alyssa Palmieri, Jessica Phillips Juniors (6) Kamri Chester, Laura Curtis, Carly Hummel, Cheyenne Mascarenas, Jami Miller, Morgan Mosby Sophomore (5) Libby Goranson, Ijiah Hargrove, Ashleigh King, Amber Lindahl, Ellen Roberts

Missouri (1) Ashleigh King Ohio (1) Sara Pearson

California (6) Lelani Bernardino, Kassy Dunn, Carly Hummel, Cheyenne Mascarenas, Nikki Moreno, Jordan Richwood

Florida (2) Amber Lindahl, Alyssa Palmieri Georgia (1) Breslin Perry

Illinois (1) Jami Miller Mississippi (3) Libby Goranson, Ijiah Hargrove, Morgan Mosby

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Freshmen (5) Kassy Dunn, Ashley Ford, Sara Pearson, Breslin Perry, Jordan Richwood

Pronunciation Guide Lelani Bernardino.................................... LAY-lon-EE

Tennessee (4) Kamri Chester, Laura Curtis, Ashley Ford, Jessica Phillips

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Texas (1) Lauren Carley

Nikki Moreno.............................................mor-EN-o

Australia (1) Ellen Roberts

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Ijiah Hargrove................................................... i-JAH Amber Lindahl.............................................lin-DOLL Cheyenne Mascarenas.................... mas-KA-ray-nas Alyssa Palmieri.......................................pal-mare-EE Heather Mosser . ....................................... Moss-ER

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Head Coach Natalie Poole

Natalie Poole, who took McNeese State to the 2010 NCAA Regionals, begins her first season as the head softball coach at the University of Memphis. In three seasons as the head coach at McNeese State, Poole, 35, guided the Cowgirls to threestraight 30-win seasons, including a school-record 38 wins in 2010. She guided the Cowgirl program to two Southland Conference (SLC) Tournament championship games, winning the tournament title in 2010 and advancing to the NCAA Regional Tournament. A former standout catcher for McNeese State as a player, Poole compiled a 100-84 overall

record during the three years and went 55-35 in conference play. Poole was named the Southland Conference Coach of the Year in her first season at McNeese State in 2009 after leading the Cowgirls to a second-place finish in the Southland Conference. The team finished the year with a 31-28 record, marking the Cowgirls’ first winning season in 11 years. During her three years with McNeese State, 20 players earned All-Southland Conference honors. In 2011, outfielder Claire Terracina became the first Cowgirl since 2008 selected to the All-SLC first team. In addition, Alanna DiVittorio was named the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Co-Freshman of the Year in 2011. Poole led McNeese State to a 31-29 record in 2011 and a third-place finish at the Southland Conference Tournament. Seven players were named to both the All-SLC and the All-Louisiana teams. Prior to returning to her alma mater, Poole served as the head coach for seven seasons at Georgia Southern, where she compiled a 212-215 career record. The Eagles went 71-53 in

Poole’s Coaching Experience Years 1999-01 2002-08 2009-11 2012-present

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Poole’s Coaching Career Year School Record 2002 Georgia Southern 25-29 2003 Georgia Southern 28-28 2004 Georgia Southern 30-29 2005 Georgia Southern 28-32 2006 Georgia Southern 35-35 2007 Georgia Southern 29-32 2008 Georgia Southern 37-30 2009 McNeese State 31-28 2010 McNeese State 38-27 2011 McNeese State 31-29 Career Record 312-299

Pct. Conf. Record .463 15-6 .500 10-10 .508 11-10 .467 14-7 .500 12-9 .475 9-11 .552 13-8 .530 20-10 .585 17-13 .517 18-12 .511 139-96

Conf. Finish 2nd/8 (SoCon) 5th/8 (SoCon) 3rd/8 (SoCon) 3rd/8 (SoCon) 3rd/8 (SoCon) T4th/8 (SoCon) 2nd/8 (SoCon) 2nd/11 (SLC) 4th/11 (SLC) 4th/11 (SLC)

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the Southern Conference under Poole’s tutelage and earned a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2006. She was named the SoCon Coach of the Year in 2002, her first year as a head coach. During her time at Georgia Southern, the Eagles had just one losing conference season and finished outside the top-four only once. The program set more than 15 single-season records, and four of the top six all-time home run seasons came under Poole’s tenure. She coached the 2006 and 2008 SoCon Players of the Year and three SoCon Freshmen of the Year. During her time with Georgia Southern, 17 players earned All-SoCon honors, including a school-record eight in 2008. In 2006, Poole led Georgia Southern to the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance after winning the SoCon Tournament with six-straight victories. The SoCon title was just the second in school history. The Eagles nearly repeated as SoCon champions in 2007, falling in the conference tournament championship game. Poole began her collegiate coaching career at McNeese State. She joined the Cowgirl staff as a graduate assistant in 1998 and served as an assistant coach from 1999-2001. As a college athlete, Poole was a standout catcher for McNeese State from 1994-97. She was a three-time All-Southland Conference pick (1995-97) and a two-time All-South Region selection (1996-97). Poole also earned All-Louisiana honors in 1996. As a freshman, she helped the Cowgirls to a Southland Conference title and the school’s first NCAA Tournament appearance. Poole was named McNeese State’s Most Valuable Player her senior year and concluded her playing career with a .296 batting average. In the classroom, Poole was a three-time CoSIDA Academic

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Natalie Poole Year at Memphis: ................................ 1st Birthdate: .....................................Nov. 23 Hometown: ...................Baton Rouge, La. Alma Mater: ...........McNeese State, 1998 Children: . .......................... Isabella Grace

Coaching Highlights • • • • •

2009 Southland Conference Coach of the Year 2002 Southern Conference Coach of the Year 2010 Southland Conference Tournament Champion 2006 Southern Conference Tournament Champion Two NCAA Regional Appearances (2006, 2010)

College Highlights • • • • • • •

Four-Year Letterwinner at McNeese State as a Catcher Three-Time All-Southland Conference Selection (1995-97) Two-Time All-South Region Selection (1996-97) 1997 CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican Three-Time CoSIDA Academic AllDistrict VI (1995-97) All-Louisiana (1996) McNeese State’s Most Valuable Player (1996)

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All-District VI selection (1995-97) and was a 1997 Academic AllAmerican. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in painting from McNeese State in 1998 and earned her master’s degree in instructional technology from the school in 2000. A native of Baton Rouge, La., Poole has one daughter, Isabella Grace.

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Independent 0-1 Longwood................................... 0-1

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) 3-39 Boston College............................ 0-2 Florida State............................. 2-11 Georgia Tech............................. 1-21 Maryland.................................... 0-1 Miami......................................... 0-1 North Carolina............................ 0-1 North Carolina State...................0-2

The Ivy League 1-2 Columbia.................................... 0-1 Cornell........................................ 1-0 Dartmouth.................................. 0-1

Atlantic Sun 25-18 East Tennessee State..................9-5 Jacksonville................................. 3-2 Kennesaw State.......................... 0-2 Lipscomb.................................... 2-2 Mercer........................................ 8-2 North Florida.............................. 1-5 Stetson....................................... 2-0 Atlantic Ten (A10) 1-2 Charlotte..................................... 1-1 Fordham..................................... 0-1

Big South 24-4 Charleston Southern................15-2 Coastal Carolina.......................... 3-1 Gardner-Webb............................ 2-0 Liberty........................................ 2-0 Presbyterian............................... 2-0 Radford....................................... 0-1 Big ten 1-10 Illinois......................................... 0-3 Iowa............................................ 0-4 Minnesota.................................. 1-1 Penn State.................................. 0-1 Purdue........................................ 0-1 Big twelve 0-6 Baylor......................................... 0-2 Kansas......................................... 0-1 Oklahoma................................... 0-1 Texas A&M.................................. 0-2 Big West 0-4 Cal State Northridge...................0-2 UC Santa Barbara........................ 0-2 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) 15-7 Buffalo........................................ 1-0 Drexel......................................... 1-0 George Mason............................ 1-0 Georgia State.............................. 4-6 Hofstra........................................ 0-1 James Madison........................... 1-0 Towson....................................... 1-0 UNC Wilmington......................... 6-0 Conference USA 1-5 Houston...................................... 0-1 Memphis.................................... 0-1 Southern Miss............................ 0-2 UAB............................................. 1-1 Great West 5-2 Houston Baptist.......................... 5-2 Horizon League 0-2 UIC.............................................. 0-2

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) 22-4 Bethune-Cookman.....................1-0 Delaware State........................... 4-0 Florida A&M............................... 6-4 Savannah State........................... 5-0 South Carolina State...................6-0 Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) 2-1 Evansville.................................... 1-1 Indiana State.............................. 1-0 Mountain West Conference (MWC) 0-1 San Diego State.......................... 0-1 NCAA Division III 2-1 Birmingham Southern................2-1 Non NCAA 2-0 Morris Brown............................. 2-0 Northeast Conference (NEC) 3-1 Long Island................................. 0-1 Mount St. Mary’s........................ 1-0 St. Francis................................... 2-0

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Furman..................................... 20-7 Samford...................................... 1-2 UNC Greensboro......................20-7 Western Carolina........................ 5-7 southland 65-45 Central Arkansas......................... 5-4 McNeese State........................... 1-1 Nicholls State.............................. 7-2 Northwestern State....................6-3 Sam Houston State.....................9-2 Southeastern Louisiana..............7-2 Stephen F. Austin........................ 4-6 Texas A&M-CC............................ 5-9 Texas State.................................. 6-9 UT-Arlington............................... 6-3 UTSA........................................... 9-4 Southwestern (SWAC) 20-2 Alabama State............................ 4-0 Grambling State.......................... 2-0 Jackson State.............................. 1-1 Prairie View................................ 5-0 Southern..................................... 8-1 The Summit League 3-0 IPFW........................................... 1-0 Oakland...................................... 1-0 Western Illinois........................... 1-0 Sun Belt 10-14 Middle Tennessee....................... 2-1 South Alabama........................... 1-0 Troy............................................. 5-5 UL-Lafayette............................... 1-7 ULM............................................ 1-1 Western Athletic Conference (Wac) 4-6 Hawaii......................................... 1-1 Louisiana Tech............................ 3-5

Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) 4-5 Jacksonville State........................ 0-1 Morehead State.......................... 2-0 Southeast Missouri.....................1-0 Tennessee Tech........................... 1-4 Pacific-12 (pac 12) 0-5 Arizona....................................... 0-1 Oregon........................................ 0-1 Stanford...................................... 0-3 Pacific Coast Softball Conference 0-2 Portland State............................. 0-1 Saint Mary’s................................ 0-1 Southeastern Conference (SEC) 2-29 Alabama..................................... 0-2 Arkansas..................................... 0-2 Auburn........................................ 0-3 Georgia..................................... 0-11 LSU............................................. 2-5 Mississippi State......................... 0-1 South Carolina............................ 0-3 Tennessee................................... 0-2 Southern Conference (SoCon) 94-74 Appalachian State.....................18-8 Campbell.................................... 1-2 Chattanooga............................. 8-19 College of Charleston...............9-15 Elon.......................................... 12-7

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Big East 1-2 Georgetown................................ 1-0 Louisville..................................... 0-1 Providence.................................. 0-1

Mid-American Conference (MAC) 2-3 Ball State..................................... 0-2 Bowling Green............................ 1-0 Northern Illinois......................... 1-0 Western Michigan...................... 0-1

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second-place finish in the Virginia Independent Conference. He also served the Bulldogs’ athletic department in two other capacities during his tenure: as assistant coach of the varsity baseball team, which won the VIC title in 1998, and assistant coach of the boys’ varsity basketball staff.

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Andy Lott begins his first season as an assistant coach at the University of Memphis. He joins head coach Natalie Poole after serving the past four seasons on her coaching staffs at McNeese State and Georgia Southern. A native of Chesapeake, Va., Lott will spend the majority of his time at Memphis working with the infield as well as helping the staff oversee hitting. Lott comes to Memphis with 11 years of coaching experience at the collegiate level. He spent the last three years on Poole’s staff at McNeese State after joining her for one season at Georgia Southern. At McNeese State, Lott was responsible for coaching the infield and recruiting. While with the Cowgirls, Lott helped the team earn threestraight 30-win seasons, including a school-record 38 wins in 2010 and a trip to the NCAA Regional Tournament. Prior to working with Georgia Southern, Lott spent seven seasons as an assistant coach at Liberty University. While at Lib-

Capacity Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Year at Memphis: ................................ 1st Birthdate: .................................... June 27 Hometown: ..............Mont Belvieu, Texas Alma Mater: ...........McNeese State, 2010

College Highlights

Liberty University Master’s Degree Business Administration, 2009 Liberty University Bachelor’s Degree Sports Management, 1995

erty, he was the top assistant and oversaw practice organization along with aiding the program’s recruiting efforts. During his stay in Lynchburg, Va., the Flames won the 2002 Big South Tournament title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The team tied a school record with 41 victories in 2006 and ranked 13th in the nation in 2007 with a school record 73 home runs. Before joining the staff at Liberty, Lott was the head coach of the varsity softball program at Lynchburg Christian Academy and guided the Bulldogs to a 17-5 record during the 1999-00 season. During the fall semester, he served as the head coach of the girls’ junior varsity basketball team and helped Lynchburg Christian to a 23-4 record and a

Lott’s Coaching Experience Years 2001-07 2008 2009-11 2012-present

Heather Mosser

2010 Southland Conference Tournament Champion 2002 Big South Tournament Champion Two NCAA Regional Appearances (2002, 2010)

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Heather Mosser begins her first season as an assistant coach at the University of Memphis. She follows head coach Natalie Poole and assistant coach Andy Lott from McNeese State where she had been elevated to an assistant coach in the summer after serving the 2011 season as a student volunteer coach. She also played two years for Poole as the Cowgirls’ starting first baseman from 2009-10. “I’ve coached Heather for two years and always had a feeling watching her presence on the field that she would be a good coach,” Poole said. “She wanted that opportunity when she got done playing, and we provided that by making her a volunteer coach. She put her time in, and

University Liberty University Georgia Southern University McNeese State University University of Memphis

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Lott is a 1995 graduate of Liberty with a bachelor’s degree in sports management. He received his MBA from Liberty in 2009. He and his wife, Julie, have two daughters (Gracie and Sophie) and a son (Benjamin).

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Two-Year Letterwinner at McNeese State as a Infielder Two-Time All-Southland Conference Selection (2009-10) Temple Junior College MVP (2008) Northern Texas Junior College AllConference Selection (2008) NFCA All-Fregion First Team (2008) NFCA All-American Second Team (2008)

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McNeese State University Bachelor’s Degree General Studies, 2010

I moved her into the role of assistant coach at McNeese before moving here. “I didn’t have any hesitation moving her to Memphis because she is someone who wants to be a coach, knows how to play the game and I know she will be loyal to our staff and that’s exactly what we want.” A native of Mont Belvieu, Texas, Mosser assists with hitting and infield as well as working a little with the outfield. “I’m really excited to be here,” Mosser said. “Since I’ve spent the last three years playing

Mosser’s Coaching Experience Years 2011 2012-present

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports Student Assistant Keanah Prestridge

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Keanah Prestridge Year at Memphis: ................................ 1st Birthdate: ....................................... Feb. 1 Hometown: .........................Moore, Okla. Alma Mater: ..............................Memphis

College Highlights • • • • •

Keanah Prestridge begins her first season in 2012 as a student assistant coach on the University of Memphis softball team. The Moore, Okla., native lettered two seasons with the Tigers following a standout junior college career at Seminole State College. Prestridge ranks second in Memphis history with 24 runners thrown out in her career and has the school’s second lowest career stolen base against percentage (.680). She ranks third in school history with a .987 career fielding percentage and fifth in career putouts with 506. As a senior, Prestridge played in 29 games in 2011 and started 26 contests at catcher. She ranked second on the team in putouts with 174 and recorded seven caught stealing. Prestridge totaled 16 runs in her two years at Memphis with 13 RBI, two home runs, two doubles and a .158 batting average. She appeared in 78 games with the Tigers and started 75 contests. Prior to Memphis, Prestridge was a Third Team All-American in 2009 at Seminole State Col-

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Two-Year Letterwinner at Memphis as a Catcher Two-Year Letterwinner at Seminole State College Second in all-time career caught stealing by (24) at Memphis Second in career lowest stolen base against percentage (.680) at Memphis NJCAA Third Team All-American (2009) NFCA First Team All-Region II (2009) NFCA Second Team All-Region II (2008)

lege and helped the Trojans finish third in the nation at the NJCAA National Tournament. She was a First Team All-Region II selection in 2009 after earning NFCA Second Team All-Region honors as a freshman in 2008. Prestridge prepped at Moore High School in Moore, Okla., and helped the team win the state championship in 2005.

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for Coach Poole and working under her as a coach, I’ve developed a good relationship with her. We trust each other and kind of know what each other expects. I know what she wants, and I can help produce that. So, it’s been an easy transition for me coming to Memphis.” While playing for McNeese State, Mosser was a two-time All-Southland Conference performer in 2009 and 2010. She led the team with a .377 on base percentage as a junior and tied for a team high three home runs. She was second on the team with 23 RBI’s, 28 walks and was sixth on the team with a .233 batting average. Mosser batted .273 as a senior with a .378 slugging percent, 26 RBI and three home runs. She was also selected to the Southland Conference All-Tournament team. Prior to arriving at McNeese, Mosser played two season at Temple Junior College where she earned all-conference and team MVP honors. At Temple, she produced a .416 batting average, 36 RBI, four home runs and a .608 slugging percentage in 2008. Mosser was named to the first team All-Region and second team NFCA All-American team. Mosser graduated from McNeese State in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in general studies. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in health and promotion.

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports P l ay e r B i o s #33 Lelani Bernardino Senior • Outfielder 5-8 • L/R Valencia, Calif. Valencia HS

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Career Highlights Holds the ninth career-all-time batting average spot (.259) and the seventh spot for most at bats (452) and for most hits (117) ... Tied for seventh in most career doubles (19) and third in most triples (4) ... Sixth in highest career on base percentage (.352) and tied in the number two slot for highest stolen base percentage (.778) ... Sixth for most career stolen base attempts (27) and sixth highest career stolen bases (21). 2011 - Junior Started 48 games in left field ... Held the fifth highest on base percentage on the team (.327) and stolen base percentage (.875) ... Had a season long hitting streak of four games ... Recorded six multiple hit games and two multiple RBI contests ... Scored five gamewinning runs and had two game-winning RBI ... Was 1-for-2 and scored the game-winning run against North Florida ... Had a two-run single against No. 22/24 Ohio State ... Scored the game-winning run against Appalachian State ... Hit her season’s first double and scored twice, including the game-winning run in game two against Alabama A&M ... Scored twice against UC Davis, including the game winner ... Hit a solo home run in game one against Mississippi Valley State that proved to be the game winner ... Set a school record by walking four times in the series finale against UTEP and tying a career high with three runs scored ... Scored a run in both games at Marshall and knocked in two with a 2-for-4 performance in the second game of the series ... Had three hits, three runs scored, two RBI and a double in a doubleheader with Tennessee State ... Scored twice against Arkansas ... Went 2-for-3 with the game-winning RBI in

the series finale against UCF ... Went 1-for-3 in the C-USA Tournament against East Carolina ... Went 4-for-4 with a double and a run scored in the Tigers’ NCAA Regional victory against Chattanooga. 2010 - Sophomore Named Second Team All-Conference USA ... Started in left field in all 51 games ... Went 1-for-2 in the season opener against Wichita State and scored two runs ... Hit her third career triple in the game ... Went 1-for-2 with an RBI and scored the game-winning run against Appalachian State ... Had her first multihit game of the season with a 2-for-3 effort against McNeese State ... Scored the gamewinning run in the first inning of game one and had two runs scored and an RBI in the doubleheader ... Went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI against Drexel ... Doubled in the game ... Scored the game-winning run for the third time of the season ... Stole a career best two bases against Rutgers and had a sacrifice hit ... Went 1-for-2 with a double against Loyola ... Went 2-for-4 with a double against Virginia Tech and scored the game winning run in the first inning ... Had two hits with two runs scored in a doubleheader with North Florida ... Went 1-for-3 in game two against UCF, scoring the only Memphis run ... Went 2-for-5 with a run scored in the final two games of a three-game series with UTEP and had two walks in game two ... Singled in both games of a doubleheader with Saint Louis ... Went 1-for-2 with two walks in game one and threw out a runner at home to preserve a shutout ... Had four hits and five RBI in a three-game series at Tulsa ... Went 2-for-4 in game two against the Golden Hurricane and led off the game with her first career home run ... Went 2-for-3 in game three with a tworun double ... Had two hits, an RBI and two runs scored in a doubleheader against Mississippi Valley State ... Walked twice, scored a run and knocked in the game-winner with a sacrifice fly in game one ... Went 2-for-4 with a run scored and a triple in game two ... Had five hits with two doubles in a three-game series with Marshall ... Went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI in game one ... Had a sac

and a HBP in a 1-for-2 effort in game two ... Went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk and a stolen base in game three ... Doubled in game one of a three-game series with Houston ... Went 1-for-1 with three walks, an RBI and a run scored in game three ... Knocked in an RBI in game two against Alabama State ... Went 4-for-7 in a doubleheader with MTSU with an RBI and scored the game winner in game two ... Went 1-for-3 with a double and a run scored in game two against Southern Miss ... Also had a stolen base and an assist on a putout at home plate ... Had a single and five putouts in game three ... Went 1-for-3 with a single and reached on an error in neutral site game with Arkansas ... Went 4-for-10 in the three-game series ... Scored first run in 4-1 victory in game one against UAB ... Notched two multi-hit games in the UAB series to bring her total to 12 for the 2010 season ... Also scored a run in game two against the Blazers ... Stole her ninth base of the season in game three ... Recorded five putouts and two hits in the series with ECU ... Went 1-for-3 with walk and a run scored in the 5-1 victory over Tulsa at the C-USA Tournament ... Also recorded a stolen base in that game. 2009 - Freshman Named to the 2009 Conference USA AllFreshman Team, becoming the sixth Tiger to earn the selection ... One of only two players to start all 52 games ... Started 37 games in right field and 15 in left ... Had seven assists from the outfield ... Batted more than half the games in the leadoff spot ... Finished fifth in the conference in sac bunts ... Led the team in at bats (159), total plate appearances (189) and sac hits (12) ... Second on team in runs scored (28) and hits (42) ... Third on the team in walks (13), RBI (17) and total bases (52) ... Second on the team in multiple hit games with 13 and had two multiple RBI games ... Tied for the team’s longest hitting streak of the season at nine games ... Made her college debut in a start in right field in the season opener against Jacksonville State ... Recorded her first hit against No. 2/3 Alabama ... Scored the winning run in a 2-for-4 performance against South Alabama ... Went 4-for-7 with

Bernardino’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

avg .264 .294 .214 .259

gp-gs 52-52 51-51 48-48 151-151

ab 159 153 140 452

r 28 22 24 74

h 42 45 30 117

2b 6 8 5 19

3b 2 2 0 4

hr 0 1 1 2

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rbi 17 12 11 40

tb 52 60 38 150

slg% .327 .392 .271 .332

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bb 13 18 21 52

hbp 5 6 3 14

so 18 26 23 67

gdp 0 0 0 0

ob% .339 .388 .327 .352

sf 0 1 1 2

sh 12 5 6 23

sb-att 4-7 10-12 7-8 21-27

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po a 59 7 52 4 65 9 176 20

e 5 2 1 8

fld% .930 .966 .987 .961


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Prep Four-year letterwinner in the outfield at Valencia High School in Valencia, Calif. ... Coached by Donna Lee ... Led Valencia High to a Division 1 CIF national championship as a junior and a senior ... Valencia High ranked No. 1 in the country in 2007 and No. 9 nationally in 2008 ... The team ranked second in the state in 2008 ... As a senior, hit .427 with 18 RBI, 36 runs, 10 stolen bases and a .493 on base percentage, while helping her team to a 29-5-1 record ... Earned second team AllCIF, second team Louisville Slugger/NFCA AllWest Region, first team all-area, first team allvalley and first team all-league as a senior ... An honorable mention all-area, second team all-valley and second team all-league in 2007 ... Hit .384 with a .423 on base percentage, 15 runs and eight RBI as a junior, leading Valencia to a 32-1 record ... Helped Valencia win the Foothill League Championship four times and helped the team finish as a CIF Division

1 finalist as a freshman ... Also lettered one ... Threw a complete-game shutout in game two against Alabama A&M, allowing just one year in basketball as a forward. hit while striking out six for her season’s first win ... Pitched three innings of scoreless reClub Played travel ball with the So Cal Choppers lief against North Dakota State, allowing one Gold team in 2006-07 coached by Dean and hit and striking out three ... Picked up MemGary Faucet ... So Cal Choppers finished third phis’ first win against East Carolina since April at the ASA 18U Gold Nationals after placing 23, 2006, throwing six innings and scattering first in the ASA Champions Cup and fifth at five hits and one run while striking out three the Indy Tournament ... Began competing in ... Earned her first career save after a scoresummer softball beginning in 1995 ... William less 2.2 innings in relief in game two against S. Hart 10U Gold Tournament Team was the Mississippi Valley State and struck out six of ASA “B” national finalist in 2000, and her So the eight outs ... Pitched five innings for the Cal Kaos 12U team placed fifth at the Triple win in game two against UTEP, striking out three and allowing three earned runs for the Crown Nationals in 2002. victory ... Threw two scoreless innings in relief in the first game against Alabama State Personal Full name is Lelani Hannah Bernardino ... ... Pitched 5.2 relief innings to earn the vicDaughter of Danny and Polly Bernardino ... tory in the series opener against Marshall ... Nickname is Lani or Lotty Dotty ... Besides soft- Earned her fifth victory of the season after ball and basketball, has also played soccer for pitching three and a third scoreless innings seven years, competed on swim teams, taken in relief against Tennessee State with three private skiing lessons beginning at the age of strikeouts ... Recorded the final two outs in three and taken hula dancing lessons ... A com- the second game against UCF ... Earned a victory in relief in game two against the Knights munications major. ... Allowed three runs in three innings of relief in the NCAA Regional against No. 2 Alabama.

#15 Lauren Carley

r-Senior • Pitcher 5-6 • R/R Houston, Texas Henderson State

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Career Highlights Ranks first in school history in lowest stolen bases against percentage (.667) ... Ranks seventh in most career wins (8) and in most alltime appearances (36), while holding eighth in most games started (11) ... Ranks seventh in career strikeouts (100). 2011 - Junior Appeared in 19 games with seven starts ... Finished third on the team in ERA (2.55) and innings pitched (66.0) and second in strikeouts (53) ... Made first start of season against Georgia State and pitched four innings, allowing one run on four hits and struck out four

2010 - Redshirt Sophomore Played in 18 of 51 games with four starts at pitcher ... Made nine appearances in relief ... Made one appearance as a pinch runner ... Made her Memphis debut in a start against Appalachian State ... Allowed two runs on three hits in four innings with four strikeouts in a no decision ... Pitched the final two and a thirds innings in relief against North Dakota State and allowed no runs on two hits with a strikeout ... Started against Loyola and combined with Carley Hummel for a one-hitter in a 2-1 victory ... Pitched four and a third innings before leaving the game with an injury ... Had six strikeouts in the game ... Combined with Vanessa Walle for a 1-0 shutout over UCF and earned the victory in the game ... Held UCF to one hit with a strikeout in the final two and two-thirds innings for the win ... Started in the final game of a three-game series with UTEP and allowed two runs in three innings for her first loss of the season ... Struck out four and allowed three hits in

Carley’s Career Pitching Stats Year 2010 2011 TOTAL

era 1.62 2.55 2.14

w-l app 2-3 17 6-4 19 8-7 36

gs 4 7 11

cg 1 2 3

sho 1/2 1/2 2/4

sv 0 1 1

ip 52.0 66.0 118.0

h 29 62 91

r 15 27 42

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er 12 24 36

bb so 14 47 26 53 40 100

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2b 5 5 10

3b 0 0 0

hr 4 7 11

bf 202 286 488

bavg wp hbp .166 3 4 .258 6 4 .219 9 8

bk sfa sha 0 1 8 0 0 16 0 1 24

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po 2 2 4

a 9 8 17

e fld% 1 .917 0 1.000 1 .955

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five runs scored and an RBI in a doubleheader with Middle Tennessee ... Hit a career high two doubles in game two ... Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and the game-winning RBI against Kennesaw State ... Tied a school record with a career high six at-bats against Arkansas-Pine Bluff and had two hits in the game with two runs scored and an RBI ... Knocked in the game-winning run with an RBI double in the fifth inning of game one against Central Arkansas ... Went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored in game two ... Scored the game-winning run in the seventh inning of the final game against UTEP ... Went 2-for3 against No. 9/11 Cal ... Went 2-for-3 in game two of a doubleheader with Southern Miss ... Went 4-for-7 in a doubleheader against UT Martin ... Went 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI in game one of a doubleheader against Marshall ... Scored the game-winning run in the eighth inning of game three to complete a series sweep over Houston ... Knocked in the winning run with a two-run double in a 2-1 victory over Samford ... Scored the gamewinning run in the first inning of a 2-0 shutout against UCF ... Went 1-for-2 with an RBI and two sacrifice hits against UAB in the C-USA tournament.

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports P l ay e r B i o s the game ... Pitched five and a third innings in relief in game two of a doubleheader with Saint Louis and allowed two runs on two hits with six strikeouts ... Suffered the loss after giving up a two-run home run in the ninth ... Pitched the final two innings in a 5-1 victory over Mississippi Valley State and allowed no runs on two hits with four strikeouts ... Did not allow a hit and had just one base runner in five innings of relief in a 4-2 loss to Marshall in game two of a three game series ... Pitched 1 1/3 innings of relief in game two of a three-game series with Houston and allowed two runs on two hits ... Had a complete game one hitter against Alabama State with eight strikeouts ... Had a no hitter broken up with one out in the seventh inning ... Pitched a combined three scoreless innings in relief in a doubleheader against Middle Tennessee with five strikeouts ... Lasted just 1/3 inning in relief in game two against Southern Miss and allowed four runs on two hits ... Came in to relieve Vanessa Walle in the top of the third of game two against UAB ... Pitched 3 2/3 innings and allowed one run on three hits ... Came in to relieve Vanessa Walle in the fourth inning of game one against ECU and pitched four innings of scoreless relief ... Also pitched three innings of scoreless and hitless relief in game three against ECU ... Pitched one inning in relief in the C-USA Tournament semifinal against UCF.

scoreless innings during her three appearances with 15 strikeouts in 16 innings ... Pitched a complete game shutout in a 5-0 win over Southern Arkansas with six strikeouts. Prep A four-year letterwinner at Langham Creek High School ... Was selected first-team AllDistrict pitcher and was the team MVP her senior year ... Hit for a .381 average and had a 1.88 earned run average ... Also lettered in track and cross country ... Graduated Magna Cum Laude and earned the President’s Award for Academic Excellence. Personal The daughter of Les and Susan Carley ... Has one sister, Rachel ... Majoring in biomedical engineering.

#2 Kamri Chester r-Junior • Outfielder 5-5 • R/R Chattanooga, Tenn. Girls Preparatory School

Major: Biology

Career Highlights Holds the highest career stolen base percentage (.938) and ninth in career stolen bases (15-16) ... Tied for fifth in most career triples (3).

2009 - Sophomore Sat out the 2009 season due to transfer rules and received a redshirt year. 2011 - Redshirt Sophomore Started 38 games in center field ... Had the 2008 - Henderson State team’s fourth highest slugging percentage Transferred to Memphis from Henderson (.324) ... Fifth on the team in overall runs State where she lettered one season ... A scored (17) ... Tied for third in doubles on the 2008 All-Gulf South Conference Softball First season (5) and tied for second in triples with Team selection in the West Division ... Led the (2) ... Fifth on the team in stolen bases (5) ... Lady Reddies as a freshman in 2008 with a Had a season long hitting streak of five games 21-8 record and a 1.97 ERA in 26 starts and ... Recorded five multiple hit games and three struck out 133 batters in 184.1 innings ... multiple RBI contests ... Knocked in four Had six shutouts and 16 complete games ... game-winning RBI and scored two game-winMade two saves ... Helped the NCAA Division ning runs ... Posted her first multi-hit game of II team finish 39-16 and 19-10 in the GSC ... the season against FIU with a two-hit perforNamed the GSC Pitcher of the Week (4/8/08) mance ... Collected a hit against Kentucky in after picking up two wins and a save ... Earned the finale at the FIU Combat Classic ... Posted the honor after compiling 11 consecutive first extra-base hit of the season against Ap-

palachian State ... Hit another double against Georgia State and scored the game-tying run ... Singled in a run in the first game against Mississippi Valley State ... Scored an insurance run off a Heather Mott single in the Tigers’ 2-0 win against Houston ... Knocked in third run of 2011 via double in first game against UTEP ... Scored twice against the Miners in game two ... Reached base in all five plate appearances in the series finale against UTEP, doubling twice and scoring once ... Tied Heather Mott and Maddie McKinley’s school-record with three triples in game two against Alabama State; she also scored twice and drove in two runs, both season highs ... Scored a run in both games against Marshall ... Went 1-for-2 with a run scored and drove in the game-winning run in an 8-0 victory over Tennessee State ... Doubled, drove in two runs and scored one of her own in the Tigers rout against Arkansas ... Stole her first base of 2011 in the middle game of the UCF series ... Hit the game-winning home run to lift the Tigers to a 1-0 victory in the second game against UAB and was one of three Tigers with two hits against the Blazers ... Singled, stole a base and scored in game one against Southern Miss and then knocked in a run with a single in a four-run, sixth inning comeback in game two ... Drove in the game-winning runs in the Tigers’ NCAA Regional victory over Chattanooga with a two-run single and went 2-for-4 in the game with a run scored. 2010 - Sophomore Redshirted the 2010 season. 2009 - Freshman Played in 47 games with 32 starts ... Started all 32 games in center field ... Finished third on the team in runs scored (24) and stolen bases (10) ... Fourth on the team in batting average (.275) and sac bunts (5), and fifth in games played (47) ... Also had five doubles, a home run and a triple ... Had seven multiple hit games and three multiple RBI games ... Had a season-long hitting streak of four games twice ... Scored three runs as a pinch runner ... Four hit performance against UTEP was a season-high for Memphis ... Singled in her college debut against #2/3 Alabama and

Chester’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2009 2011 TOTAL

avg .275 .213 .241

gp-gs 47-32 38-38 85-70

ab 91 108 199

r 24 17 41

h 25 23 48

2b 5 5 10

3b 1 2 3

hr 1 1 2

University of Memphis

rbi 13 12 25

tb 35 35 70

slg% .385 .324 .352

2012

bb 4 6 10

hbp 1 2 3

so 24 32 56

gdp 0 0 0

ob% .313 .267 .288

sf 0 0 0

sh 5 2 7

sb-att 10-11 5-5 15-16

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po 27 41 68

a 2 2 4

e 2 2 4

fld% .935 .956 .947


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Prep Four-year letterwinner in the outfield out of Girls Preparatory School in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... Coached by Susan Crownover ... High school teammate of fellow Memphis teammate, Jessica Phillips ... Named to the 2006, 2007 and 2008 all-state and all-region teams ... A three-time all-city selection and a 2005 honorable mention all-state ... Had a career .397 batting average with 25 home runs, 33 double, 131 RBI, 40 stolen bases, seven triples and 112 runs scored ... Batted .455 as a senior with 10 home runs, 10 stolen bases, 52 RBI, three triples, seven doubles, 40 runs scored and 13 walks ... Hit .381 as a junior with 42 runs, 40 RBI, nine home runs, nine

doubles and seven stolen bases ... Helped lead GPS to a Division II state championship in 2007 and 2008 ... Went 2-for-3 with three RBI and three runs scored in the state championship game as a senior ... As a sophomore, hit .430 with 15 extra-base hits, six home runs, 21 runs, 28 RBI and six stolen bases ... Also lettered in volleyball as a setter and basketball as a forward ... 2007 volleyball team won the state championship ... Involved in the Service League, Habitat for Humanity and Young Democrats at GPS. Personal Full name is Kamri Athea Chester ... Daughter of Robert and Yvonne Chester ... Nickname is Kam ... Majoring in biology.

#6 Laura Curtis Junior • Shortstop 5-10 • R/R Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga State Major: Health and Human Performance

Chattanooga State Lettered two seasons at Chattanooga State for Coach Beth Keylon-Randolph ... Spent time at both shortstop and center field ... An all-region second team selection in 2011 ... Helped the Tigers become Region VII champions in 2010 and finish 53-14 ... Chattanooga State finished 46-14 in 2011 ... As a sophomore, hit .381 with 38 runs scored, 11 doubles, two triples, five home runs and 48 RBI ... Boasted a .597 slugging percentage and a .447 on base percentage ... As a freshman in 2010, hit .347 with seven home runs, 48 RBI, 25 runs scored and a .480 slugging percentage. Prep A four-year letterwinner at Chattanooga Christian School in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... Coached by Emily Pensinger ... Played both softball and volleyball in high school ... Named all-state in 2009 and all-district in 2008 and 2009 ... A Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps all-city selection from 2007-09 and the team’s offensive player of the year from 2006-09. Club Played travel ball with the Chattanooga Fillys from 1997-2007 and the Georgia Heat in 2008 ... Earned a NSA National Championship with the Fillys.

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Personal Full name is Laura Katherine Curtis ... Born on February 25 in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... Daughter of Emily Thibodeau and Craig Curtis ... Also enjoys fishing, hiking, camping, tennis and basketball ... Major is health and human performance.

#13 Kassy Dunn Freshman • OF/2B 5-6 • R/R Simi Valley, Calif. Grace Brethren HS Major: Undeclared Prep Lettered four years as a shortstop and pitcher at Grace Brethren High School in Simi Valley, Calif. ... Coached by Norma Skinner ... A twotime all-CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) and all-area player ... Named to the California All-State Team (small schools) in 2010 ... A three-time team most valuable player ... Named to the First Team Frontier League in 2011 ... Was a First Team National Christian School Athletic Association All-American in 2009 ... Named to the All-Tri Counties second team in 2008 as a freshman ... As a senior in 2011, hit .610 with 12 home runs, 12 doubles, 33 RBI and had a .609 on-base percentage and a 1.492 slugging percentage ... In the circle, boasted a 1.43 ERA with 120 strikeouts in 122 innings pitched ... As a junior in 2010, hit .631 with a .958 fielding percentage, eight home runs, 28 RBI and a 1.154 slugging percentage ... Also posted a 0.82 ERA and 151 strikeouts ... Threw two no-hitters in the playoffs in 2010 to lead Grace Brethren to the state semifinals and the best finish in school history ... Led Ventura County in highest batting average and home runs as a sophomore in 2009 ... Also lettered four years in basketball as a point guard. Club Played travel ball for two years with the SoCal Diamonds and two years with the Victory USA Gold. Personal Full name is Kassandra Kay Dunn ... Born on February 4 in Simi Valley, Calif. ... Daughter of Kevin and Karon Dunn ... Hobbies include cooking, photography and teaching younger children.

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stole a base ... Went 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored against South Alabama ... Scored a run against Northwestern State ... Knocked in the game-winning run in both games of a doubleheader with Alcorn State ... Went 4-for-5 with two RBI and three runs scored in the two games ... Also stole two bases in game one ... Went 3-for-6 with four RBI and two runs scored in a doubleheader with Middle Tennessee ... Hit her first career home run in game one, a three-run blast over the center field fence ... Scored the gamewinning run in the second game in the third inning ... Had four putouts and assisted on a double play against Drexel ... Went 1-for-2 with a run scored and a sac against Kennesaw State ... Batted 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI in game one of a doubleheader at Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... Went 2-for-3 with a run scored and a double in game two of a doubleheader against Central Arkansas ... Went 7-for-12 with five RBI and three runs scored in a three-game series with UTEP ... Finished 2-for-4 with two RBI, a triple and a run scored in game one of a doubleheader with the Miners ... Closed out the series against UTEP with a 4-for-5 performance with two RBI, two runs scored and a double ... Went 1-for-2 with a double and a run against Utah ... Hit a double and scored in a 1-for-3 performance against Radford ... Went 1-for-2 with an RBI against Hawai’i ... Scored a run in both games of a double header with UT Martin as a pinch runner ... Stole a base in all three games against Marshall ... Singled, stole a base and scored in a pinch hit appearance in the final game of the series with Marshall ... Scored a run in game two against Houston ... Stole her 10th base of the season in a pinch run appearance in game one against UAB ... Walked and scored a run against the Blazers in the C-USA Tournament.

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P l ay e r B i o s #3 Ashley Ford r-Freshman • C/UT 5-4 • R/R Dickson County, Tenn. Dickson County HS Major: Undeclared 2011 - Freshman Used the 2011 season as a redshirt year.

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Personal Daughter of Roger and Marcia Goranson ... Was an accomplished student as a member of the National Honors Society ... Named as the Rotary Student of the Month in February of 2010.

#18 Libby Goranson

Prep Lettered all four years of her prep career for coach Michael Shane Buchanan at Dickson County High ... Served as a catcher, first baseman and the designated player throughout her career with the Cougars ... Finished her career batting .320 with a .535 slugging percentage ... Named Co-Defensive Player of the Year while leading DCHS to a district 10AAA championship and a 30-11 record in 2009. Club Played travel ball with the Nashville Nighthawks 18-Under Gold ... Led the team with a .350 batting average, .590 slugging percentage and a .996 fielding percentage all while throwing out 36 of 42 would-be base stealers. Personal Daughter of Carroll and Tamara Ford ... Is an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Health Occupations Students of America.

Sophomore • First Base 5-6 • L/L Southaven, Miss. DeSoto Central HS Major: Undeclared

#1 Ijiah Hargrove

2011 - Freshman Played in 18 games with nine starts ... Started six games at first base and three as the designated player ... Made eight pinch hit appearances and was 1-for-8 ... Had two multiple hit games and one multiple RBI contest ... Made her collegiate debut as the starting first baseman against North Florida ... Collected her first career hit against Kentucky as a pinch-hitter, driving in the game-winning run ... Drove in three runs against Alabama A&M, including a two-run double for her first career extra-base hit ... Started two games at first base at the Stanford Nike Invitational ... Started the last two games of the East Carolina series at designated player ... Had eight putouts in a start at first base against Houston in game two of a doubleheader ... Went 2-for3 with an RBI double and a run scored in an 8-0 victory over Tennessee State. Prep Lettered six years as a starter for the DeSoto Central High School Jaguars ... Started for the varsity team beginning in seventh grade ... Holds a career .437 batting average with eight home runs, 128 RBI and 157 runs scored, all four serve as school records ... Boasts a .575 career on-base percentage and a .614 slugging percentage ... Was a four-time All-Chickasaw Conference selection ... Was selected to the 2010 Mississippi State High School Athletic Association All-Star Softball game ... Also an accomplished power-lifter for the Lady Jaguars placing second runner-up at the MSHSAA Powerlifting State Championship in both 2008 and 2009 ... Also competed for the Lady Jaguar volleyball team.

Sophomore • INF/OF 5-0 • L/R Gulfport, Miss. Harrison Central HS Major: Undeclared 2011 - Freshman Played in 42 games with 11 starts ... Started four games at second base, six games at third and one game in right field ... Made two pinch hit appearances and entered the game 28 times as a pinch runner ... Scored six runs as a pinch runner and was 3-for-4 in stolen bases ... Hit .229 with four stolen bases, four RBI, 13 runs scored and a triple ... Had one multiple hit game and one multiple RBI contest ... Made her collegiate debut at third base in the season-opener against FIU ... Collected her first career sacrifice bunt in the 3-0 win to open the season ... Had three putouts and two assists to preserve a no-hitter for the Tigers ... Made her second start at third base in the 7-3 win against #22/24 Ohio State ... Tripled and knocked in two runs against Alabama A&M ... Drove in a run against Mississippi Valley State ... Pinch-ran twice against Houston ... Pinch ran twice against UTEP, scoring a run in game two ... Replaced Alyssa Palmieri in game one of a doubleheader against Alabama State, and drove in a run ... Went 1-for-4 with a run in the second game against the Hornets ... Scored five runs in three games as the starting second baseman against Marshall, including the game-winner and a career-high three runs in the opener against the Herd ... Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and a stolen base in a doubleheader sweep against Ten-

Goranson’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2011

avg .179

gp-gs 18-9

ab 28

r 3

h 5

2b 2

3b 0

hr 0

rbi 6

tb 7

slg% .250

bb 3

hbp 2

so 10

gdp 0

ob% .303

sf 0

sh 0

sb-att 0-0

po 35

a 1

e 1

fld% .973

sf 0

sh 3

sb-att 4-6

po a 21 12

e 3

fld% .917

Hargrove’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2011

avg .229

gp-gs 42-11

ab 35

r 13

h 8

2b 0

3b 1

hr 0

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rbi 4

tb 10

slg% .286

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bb 3

hbp 1

so 2

gdp 0

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports sweep at Southern Miss ... Threw a one-hitter in the Tigers’ NCAA Regional opening victory against Chattanooga and struck out five ... Started against No. 2 Alabama in the NCAA Tournament and allowed four runs with four strikeouts in four innings of work. 2010 - Freshman Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... Played in 31 of 51 games with 24 starts at pitcher ... Had seven appearances in relief ... Struck out 12 batters in her collegiate debut against Wichita State to set a new Memphis freshman record and tie for second all-time ... Suffered a 4-1 loss in her debut ... Pitched a perfect three innings in relief to pick up her first collegiate win in a 5-2 victory over Appalachian State ... Struck out seven of the nine batters faced ... Took the loss in a 1-0 defeat to Indiana State ... Allowed three hits and struck out eight in the game ... Named to the Blues City Classic AllTournament Team ... Came one strike away from a no-hitter against Belmont, but Erin Gier battled off several pitches before hitting a single over third base on a 3-2 count with two outs in the seventh inning for the only hit in the game ... Struck out nine in the game with one walk to earn her second victory ... Pitched her second-straight one hitter with a 5-2 win over Drexel ... Allowed two runs on one hit, six walks and had seven strikeouts ... After allowing three runs on two hits and an error in the first inning against Jacksonville, held the Dolphins hitless the remaining six innings to pick up her fourth victory ... Had nine strikeouts in the game, including four of the final five batters ... Pitched a perfect two and two thirds innings of relief with three K’s to earn the victory against Loyola ... Threw a three-hit shutout against Virginia Tech in a 2-0 win and had 10 strikeouts ... Named the C-USA Pitcher of the Week for the week on March 8 ... Took the loss in a 3-2 defeat to North Florida in which she allowed two earned runs on four hits with two walks and nine strikeouts ... Suffered the loss in a 2-1 decision to UCF and allowed two runs on four hits with nine strikeouts in six innings of work ... Threw her third shutout of the season in a three-hit 3-0 victory in game one of a three-

H u mm e l ’ s C a r e e r P i t c h i n g S t a t s Year 2010 2011 Total

era 1.74 1.46 1.60

w-l app 15-10 31 21-8 31 36-18 62

gs 24 25 49

cg 17 20 37

sho 5/1 8/1 13/2

sv 0 1 1

ip h 177.1 93 168.1 81 345.2 174

r 49 45 94

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er 44 35 79

bb so 66 210 58 196 124 406

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2b 17 15 32

3b 2 2 4

hr 7 9 16

bf 724 670 1394

bavg wp hbp .152 11 32 .140 5 23 .146 16 55

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a 14 19 33

e fld% 2 .900 2 .935 4 .922

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nessee State ... Scored two runs in a 3-1 vic- school history in a 3-0 win over North Florida ... Struck out eight batters in her sixth shuttory in game three against Southern Miss. out of her career ... Earned the victory in the circle against No. 22/24 Ohio State, the first Prep Was an all-district and all-south selection un- Memphis victory over a ranked opponent ... der the guidance of coach Jimmy Dale Parker Picked up her third win of the season in a 3-2 at Harrison Central High ... Played shortstop hard fought victory over Kentucky ... Earned and second base for the Red Rebels ... Hit C-USA Pitcher of the Week honors after post.360 in 2009 and lifted her team to the South ing a 1.24 ERA and a .156 batting average in State Championship ... Was the first softball the first weekend of the season, her second player to sign a scholarship out of HCHS since career weekly award ... Threw her second complete-game shutout against Appalachian 2003. State and struck out eight for the 1-0 victory ... Earned her first career save against GeorPersonal Daughter of Warren and Tricia Hargrove ... gia State as she struck out the side with a 3-2 Was a member of the Math Honors Club and Memphis lead ... Tossed her third shutout of the season, eighth of her career, against Lipthe National Honor Society. scomb and struck out six ... Led Memphis to their second win against a ranked opponent #7 Carly Hummel in 2011, shutting down No. 16/17 Stanford, 2-1, behind a six strike out performance, scatJunior • Pitcher tering six hits ... Delivered one of the most 5-4 • R/R stellar pitching performances in school histoBakersfield, Calif. ry against No. 22 Texas A&M, pitching 8.1 inRidgeview HS nings of two-hit ball, striking out a school-reMajor: Health and Human cord 19 batters and allowing no earned runs Performance in an eventual loss to the Aggies ... Threw a five-inning no hitter against Mississippi ValCareer Highlights ley State and allowed just one base runner, Holds school career records in ERA (1.60), a fourth-inning walk ... Threw a completelowest opponent batting average (.146), game, one-hit shutout in the series finale most strikeouts/7 inning game (8.22), shut- against Houston, striking out six; she took a outs (13), strikeouts (406), strikeouts look- no-hitter into the seventh inning of that coning (116), hit batters (55) ... Ranks second in test ... Won the series opener against UTEP in school history in career wins (36), complete relief, striking out two in an inning and twogames (37), innings pitched (345.2) ... Third thirds ... Started game one against Tulsa, goin school history in career walks allowed/7 in- ing the distance in the loss; she allowed four ning game (2.51), appearances (62), walks al- earned runs and struck out nine ... Struck out lowed (124) ... Fourth in school history in ca- 14 batters in five innings against Alabama reer game started (49), batters faced (1394), State ... Went the distance against Marshall, most at bats against (1190). striking out 10 in the win ... Threw her third no-hitter of the season to set a new school 2011 - Sophomore season record with an 8-0 shutout over TenAppeared in 31 games with 25 starts ... Set nessee State ... Struck out 13 of a possible school season records in lowest ERA (1.46), 15 outs against TSU for her 15th victory ... lowest opponent batting average (.140), shut- Scattered two hits in six innings while striking outs (8) ... Ranks second in school history with out eight for the win against Arkansas ... Shut her 8.15 strikeouts/7 innings, 21 wins and 20 out UCF twice (3-0, 8-0) striking out a dozen complete games ... Became the first pitcher in in the series ... Had her 17th complete game school history to throw three no-hitters in the in a loss to UAB, fanning five in seven innings same season ... Pitched the sixth no-hitter in ... Earned two wins in a three-game series

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports P l ay e r B i o s game series with UTEP ... Struck out nine in the contest ... Pitched four innings in relief in game three and took a no decision ... Had six strikeouts with one run on four hits ... Tied a then-school record with 13 strikeouts in a one-hit shutout over Saint Louis ... Allowed seven runs on seven hits with six walks in a 7-5 loss to Tulsa in game one of a three-game series ... Suffered the loss in game two after pitching the final 1 2/3 innings and giving up two runs on one hit ... Struck out a school record 15 batters against Mississippi Valley State in a 4-1, two hit victory ... Earned two victories in a three-game series over Marshall ... Took a 5-4 win in game one, allowing four runs on six hits with five strikeouts ... Won 2-1 in eight innings in game two and allowed one run on two hits with eight strikeouts ... Retired the first 11 batters in order and only allowed one base runner through the first six innings ... Suffered the loss in a 4-0 defeat to Houston and allowed four runs on seven hits with four K’s ... Tied her school record with 15 strikeouts against Alabama State in a one-hit shutout ... Had a no hitter broken up for the second time with two outs in the seventh inning ... Pitched six scoreless innings with two hits allowed in a combined shutout against Middle Tennessee and had six K’s ... Gave up just two hits in a 2-0 loss to Southern Miss in game one and retired the first 14 batters in order to begin the game ... Had nine strikeouts with one walk ... Pitched three hitless innings in relief in game two with three K’s ... Pitched the first eight innings of a 3-2 10-inning victory in game three and allowed one earned run on five hits in a no decision ... Pitched 2.2 innings in relief against Arkansas, allowing one run on three hits in the 6-1 loss ... Became only the second player in school history to amass 200 or more strike outs ... Picked up the win in game one against UAB after pitching six innings and allowing one run on three hits ... Allowed the game-winning run in game three after pitching a five-hitter against the Blazers through seven innings ... Suffered the loss in game one of the ECU series after giving up five earned runs off six hits in three and two-thirds innings ... Allowed only the second triple of her career in game three against ECU while pitching two innings of scoreless relief ... Threw seven innings and allowed one earned run in the C-USA Tourna-

ment against Tulsa ... Earned her 15th victory in the circle and struck out three batters while walking only one in that game ... Started and pitched five innings, allowing one earned run against UCF in the C-USA Tournament semifinal game. Prep Lettered three years as a pitcher and shortstop at Ridgeview High School coached by Jerry Dumatralt ... A three-time all-league selection and two-time all-area ... Totaled 18 career no hitters and had a 17-6 record as a junior in 2008 with the Wolf Pack ... Finished her junior year with a 0.42 ERA and a Kern County best 334 strikeouts ... Had a career high 29 strikeouts in a 14-inning, 1-0 game against Golden Valley in 2008 ... Suffered a shoulder bicep injury and sat out her senior season. Entered her senior year with 820 career strikeouts and a 0.61 ERA ... A runner up central section in 2007. Club Her 18 and under SoCal Athletics squad came in fifth at nationals in 2008 ... Helped her 16U BV Connection to a second-place finish at nationals. Personal Full name is Carly Alysse Hummel ... Is the daughter of Bradley and Monica Hummel ... Has a younger sister named Hali ... Niece of actress Annette Funicello ... Nickname is Car ... Major is health and human performance.

#8 Ashleigh King Sophomore • Outfield 5-8 • R/R St. Louis, Mo. Cor Jesu Academy Major: Undeclared 2011 - Freshman Started 40 of her 44 appearances this season in right field ... Was named to the 2011 Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... Held the fourth-highest batting average (.243) for the Tigers in 2011 season and also finished with the fourth-highest RBI (15) ... Had a season

long hitting streak of five games ... Had six multiple-hit games and three multi-RBI contests ... Scored two game-winning runs and drove in two game winners ... Scored 11 runs and had six doubles ... Made her collegiate debut as a pinch hitter against DePaul ... Saw her first action in right field against FIU and recorded her first career-multi-hit game and RBI ... Made her first career start in right field against Kentucky ... Scored the game-winning run against Georgia State ... Started all four games in the Stanford Invitational, collecting three hits ... Drove in three runs against UC Davis, including a two-out, two-run double in the seventh to put Memphis ahead, 8-3 ... Drove in Maddie McKinley for the gamewinning run in game two against East Carolina ... Knocked in the game-winning run via a double in the third inning of game two against UTEP and had a career-best three hits with two doubles, two runs and two RBI ... Went 4-for-8 in two games against Marshall with two runs scored and a pair of RBI ... Scored the game-winning run in game two against the Herd ... Scored the game-winning run against Tennessee State ... Went 1-for-2 with an RBI in a NCAA Regional victory against Chattanooga. Prep Lettered four seasons as a shortstop and center fielder for coach Olivia Reichert ... Batted .500 with a .965 fielding percentage as a senior ... Was a four-time all-district, allconference and all-region selection as well as being selected as a team MVP during her senior year ... Holds a career .379 batting average with seven home runs, 55 RBI and a .605 slugging percentage ... Was a team captain during her junior and senior seasons with the Chargers ... Led Cor Jesu to conference championship games twice throughout her prep career ... Is the state record holder for most home runs in a game with three as a freshman ... Was named the October 2009 Get in the Game Saint Louis magazine player of the month. Club Played travel ball with the St. Louis Fusion Gold ... As a team captain she hit .489 with a .521 on-base percentage while helping the club finish 49-16 in 2009.

King’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2011

avg .243

gp-gs 44-40

ab 111

r 11

h 27

2b 6

3b 0

hr 0

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rbi 15

tb 33

slg% .297

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bb 10

hbp 2

so 25

gdp 0

ob% .312

sf 2

sh 3

sb-att 1-1

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po 18

a 1

e 0

fld% 1.000


2012 Memphis Spring Sports Personal Daughter of Greg and Jill King ... Her father, Greg, was an all-conference baseball player at the University of Missouri-St. Louis ... Was an active member of the National Honors Society, TREND (Turning Resources & Energy in New Directions), Latin Club in high school as well as boasting a 4.10 GPA.

home runs ... Set a school record and led Palm Beach County in RBI during her junior season(40) ... Led the Cobra softball team with a .521 batting average in 2009 ... Was a first team all-area, all-district and Miracle Sports 6A all-state second teamer in 2009 ... Named the West Palm Beach Player of the Week on March 9, 2009 for her two home run performance.

Saint Louis as a pinch runner ... Scored the game-winning run in game one against the Billikens in the seventh inning ... Played third base against Alabama State and had a sac hit and two putouts ... Made her second start of the season at third base in game three against East Carolina.

Mascarenas’ Career Hitting Stats Year 2010 2011 Total

avg .000 .000 .000

gp-gs 17-2 1-0 18-2

ab 7 1 8

r 4 0 4

h 0 0 0

2b 0 0 0

3b 0 0 0

hr 0 0 0

rbi 0 0 0

tb 0 0 0

slg% .000 .000 .000

bb 0 0 0

hbp 0 0 0

so 3 0 3

gdp 0 0 0

ob% .000 .000 .000

sf 0 0 0

sh 2 0 2

sb-att 0-0 0-0 0-0

po 4 0 4

a 3 1 4

e 0 0 0

fld% 1.000 1.000 1.000

ob% .080

sf 0

sh 0

sb-att 0-0

po 4

a 3

e 0

fld% 1.000

Lindahl’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2011

avg .000

gp-gs 16-11

ab 23

r 1

h 0

2b 0

3b 0

hr 0

rbi 0

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tb 0

slg% .000

bb 2

2012

hbp 0

so 6

gdp 0

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Prep A four-year letterwinner at Pacifica High Club #34 Amber Lindahl Played catcher, first base and outfield for the School coached by Kevin M. Cody ... 2009 team captain ... Led her team as a senior in Lady Gators Gold travel team in 2008-09. Sophomore • C/3B 2009 to the league championship and ended 5-8 • R/R the year as a Southern Section CIF quarterPersonal Lake Worth, Fla. Amber Lindahl is the daughter of Bill and finalist ... Entered her senior season with a Park Vista Community HS Uzma Lindahl ... Played tuba for the Park Vista .364 career batting average and nine home Major: Undeclared marching band ... Was a member of the Na- runs ... Helped her team finish 22-12 in 2008 tional Honor Society and the RHO KAPPA Hon- and end the year as a Southern Section CIF Semifinalist ... As a sophomore in 2007, Paor Society. 2011 - Freshman cifica was the Southern Section CIF State Appeared in 16 games with 11 starts at catchChampions ... Hit .666 in the CIF finals ... A #23 Cheyenne Mascarenas er ... Appeared in three games as a pinch hitmember of the 2009 Principal’s Honor Roll. ter and 13 games behind the plate ... Made Junior • Third Base her collegiate debut as a pinch-runner against Club 5-5 • R/R FIU and scored a run ... Made her first start at Travel teams have placed seventh or better in Garden Grove, Calif. catcher against Appalachian State ... Started all four appearances at the ASA Nationals ... Pacifica HS the second game of the doubleheader against Played travel ball in 2008 and 2006 with the Major: Psychology Alabama A&M ... Made one start in the StanSo Cal Athletics ... Club team finished fifth in the 2008 ASA Nationals and seventh in 2006 ford Nike Invitational, against North Dakota ... As a member of the Victory Gold in 2007, State ... Started both games at the Bulldog the team finished as the state champions and Classic ... Set a school record with 20 putouts 2011 - Sophomore against Texas A&M ... Also had nine putouts Saw limited playing time in 2011 ... Made one seventh at ASA Nationals ... Also played travel against Miss. Valley State ... Caught two run- appearance as a pinch hitter against Missis- ball with Magic 32 (2005), So Cal Hurricanes (2005) and Young Guns (2004). ners stealing in game two of the conference- sippi State. opening doubleheader with East Carolina ... Personal Caught the first game of the series at UTEP ... 2010 - Freshman Caught game two against Tulsa, which went Played in 17 of 51 games with two starts at Full name is Cheyenne Noel Mascarenas ... Is third base ... Made 13 appearances as a pinch the daughter of Russell and Cathy Mascareinto extra innings. runner and one at third base ... Made her col- nas ... Brother, Dillon, is serving in the United legiate debut against Appalachian State as a States Coast Guard ... Cousin of Toni MascarePrep Prepped for coach Chuck Layman at Park Vis- pinch runner ... Scored a run and had one at- nas, a former USA National Team member and ta Community High ... Was three-year letter bat in the game ... Made her first collegiate three-time All-American at the University of winner serving at both first and second base start at third base in game one against Bel- Arizona ... Cousin, Alex Mascarenas, is a redas well as playing catcher ... Struck out only mont and went 0-for-2 with a sac ... Scored a shirt-sophomore defensive back on the UCLA twice in 94 at bats as a junior while record- run in game two as a pinch runner ... Scored football team ... Nickname is Chey ... Major is ing 49 hits, 30 runs, four triples and three a run in each game of a doubleheader with psychology.

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P l ay e r B i o s #10 Jami Miller Junior • Third Base 5-6 • R/R Genoa, Ill. Kirkwood CC

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Major: Health and Human Performance

Kirkwood Community College Lettered two seasons at Kirkwood Community College as a third baseman ... Coached by Joe Yegge ... Was a NFCA All-American first team selection as an infielder in 2010 and 2011 ... Also selected to the NFCA Midwest Region first team as a freshman and a sophomore ... Named the NJCAA Player of the Week during both the 2010 and 2011 seasons ... Helped the Eagles win over 100 games during her two years, finishing 54-11 in 2011 and 55-6 in 2010 ... During her sophomore season, Kirkwood won both the regional and district championship and placed seventh at nationals ... As a sophomore, hit .388 with 13 home runs and 73 RBI ... Hit .469 as a freshman in 2010 with 13 home runs, 82 RBI and was 28-for-28 in stolen bases. Prep A four-year letterwinner at Genoa-Kingston High School in Genoa, Ill ... .Coached by Mike Lauer ... Played softball, volleyball and basketball in high school ... A four-time (2006-09) first team all-conference and first team allarea selection ... Earned honorable mention all-state in 2009 as a senior and was named to the Illinois Super 60 ... Named the 2009 DeKalb Daily Chronicle Player of the Year ... Selected as the 2009 Hennigan Athlete of the Year. Club Played travel summer ball for the Lemont Rockers ... Currently playing for the Bloomington Hearts Women’s Team. Personal Full name is Jami Lynn Miller ... Born on February 28 in Elgin, Ill. ... Daughter of Scott and

Michelle Miller ... Cousin, Austin Jarvis, is 2010 - Sophomore a catcher for Bradley University ... Major is Played in 16 of 51 games with three starts health and human performance. ... Had two starts at catcher and one as the designated player ... Made 13 pinch hit appearances and was 1-for-11 as a pinch hitter #11 Nikki Moreno (.111) with one RBI ... Made her first start of the season at catcher against IPFW ... Had her Senior • C/3B first hit of the season against UCF in game 5-7 • R/R one of a doubleheader as a pinch hitter ... Tracy, Calif. Started as the designated player in game two Tracy HS against the Knights and had a sac bunt ... Had Major: Communications an RBI walk as a pinch hitter in game two of a doubleheader with Mississippi Valley State ... Walked in a pinch hit appearance in game one Career Highlights against Marshall ... Started at catcher against Became the first Memphis player to earn Alabama State in the first game of a doubleConference USA Hitter of the Week honors on April 13, 2009 after the Tigers swept a three- header and knocked in the game-winning run game series with Houston ... Ranks seventh ... Also scored a run and had 15 putouts.

in school history in highest career-fielding percentage (.981) ... Ranks ninth in all-time 2009 - Freshman Played in 38 of 52 games for Memphis with putouts (240). 33 starts ... Made 31 starts at catcher and two as the designated player ... Hit .262 with six 2011 - Junior Played in 30 games making 13 starts at doubles, 12 RBI and six runs scored ... Threw catcher and one as the designated player ... out six steal attempts and had two pickoffs ... Held the highest fielding percentage on the Had five multiple hit games and two multiple team (1.000) and was third in putouts (96) ... RBI games ... Longest hitting streak of the seaHad the third highest batting average (.306) son was four games ... Made her collegiate on the team ... Registered four multiple hit debut as a pinch hitter against South Alabama games and three multi-RBI contests ... Went ... Started her first career game at catcher 1-for-2 with a walk in a 3-2 victory over Ken- against Alcorn State and had a run scored tucky ... Drove in five runs in two starts be- and an RBI ... Collected her first collegiate hit hind the plate against UTEP ... In game two of on a double against Buffalo ... Hit a two-run that series, hit her second career home run, double against Kennesaw State and scored and first since 2009, to go along with three the game-winning run ... Went 1-for-3 against RBI ... Went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI Miami (OH) ... Went 1-for-3 with an RBI in and a career-high two runs scored in the fina- game one of a doubleheader at Arkansasle ... Earned a career-high two walks in the se- Pine Bluff ... Had one hit and a run scored in ries finale against Tulsa ... Made a career-high game two of a doubleheader against Central 18 putouts in the first game against Alabama Arkansas ... Went 2-for-3 with a double and State ... Went 1-for-3 with a run scored in an a run scored in the final contest of a three8-0 victory over Tennessee State and had 14 game series with UTEP ... Had the game-winputouts ... Went 2-for-3 with a double, a run ning RBI against St. John’s with a single in the scored and a run batted in against Arkansas ... eighth inning ... Went 2-for-3 against Radford Finished 3-for-3 with two RBI and a home run ... Doubled against Hawai’i ... Went 2-for-3 in a 4-1 victory over Southern Miss ... Went in game one of a doubleheader against UT 3-for-4 in Memphis’ first ever appearance in Martin ... Picked off a runner and threw out the NCAA Regional ... Collected a pinch hit another on a steal attempt in the double dip against No. 2 Alabama ... Went 2-for-3 with an ... Doubled in the final game of a series with RBI in the second game against Chattanooga. Marshall ... Earned C-USA Hitter of the Week

Moreno’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2009 2010 2011 Total

avg .262 .056 .306 .252

gp-gs 38-33 16-3 30-14 84-50

ab 84 18 49 151

r 6 1 6 13

h 22 1 15 38

2b 6 0 2 8

3b 0 0 0 0

hr 1 0 2 3

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rbi 12 2 9 23

tb 31 1 23 55

slg% .369 .056 .469 .364

2012

bb 7 3 8 18

hbp 2 0 0 2

so 24 5 15 44

gdp 0 1 0 1

ob% .330 .190 .404 .337

sf 1 0 0 1

sh 1 1 0 2

sb-att 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

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po a 127 17 17 0 96 2 240 19

e 5 0 0 5

fld% .966 1.000 1.000 .981


2012 Memphis Spring Sports three-time all-region pitcher/shortstop and earned all-state as a junior and senior ... Named the regionals MVP during her sophomore campaign in 2007 and senior year in 2009 ... Named the Commercial Appeal’s Best of Preps Private School Female Athlete of the Year in 2009 ... One of four finalists for the Commercial Appeal’s Best of Preps Softball Player of the Year in 2009 ... As a sophomore in 2007, helped SBEC become the first small school to win regionals in softball ... In 2008, the school finished as the state runner-up in both softball and basketball ... Struck out 18 batters in the first game at the state championships in 2008 ... Then shut out Davidson Academy and hit a solo home run to force a final state championship game ... Finished the 2008 season with a 17-6 record with 182 strikeouts, while hitting .610 ... As a senior in 2009, helped SBEC win regionals once again and earn runner up in the state championship ... 2009 team finished 20-4-1 ... In her first three years at SBEC, went 33-11 with 361 strikeouts ... Also totaled 18 home runs and a .573 career batting average ... Threw a perfect game, a no hitter, and 15 shutouts in her prep career ... Lettered four years in basketball and finished with over 1,000 points ... An all-metro selection in basketball. Club Played summer travel ball with the Bluff City Bombers and helped the team become the ASA State Champions in 2007 ... Helped the Bombers become the USFA state champs in 2008 and 2009. Personal Full name is Morgan Cain Mosby ... Is the daughter of Marty and Mindy Mosby ... Brother, Mason, played on the football and baseball team at Rhodes College ... Father, Marty, is a Memphis football letterwinner (1985) ... Nickname is Mo ... Major is hospitality and resort management.

Prep A four-time letterwinner at SBEC in Southaven, Miss., coached by Mark Duggin ... A

Mosby’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2010 2011 Total

avg .091 .000 .067

gp-gs 13-3 13-0 26-3

ab 11 4 15

r 3 5 8

h 1 0 1

2b 1 0 1

3b 0 0 0

hr 0 0 0

rbi 1 1 2

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tb 2 0 2

slg% .182 .000 .133

bb 1 0 1

2012

hbp 0 0 0

so 4 1 5

gdp 0 0 0

ob% .167 .000 .125

sf 0 0 0

sh 0 0 0

sb-att 0-0 0-0 0-0

po 3 0 3

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a 2 0 2

e 2 0 2

fld% .714 .000 .714

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after going 5-for-7 with five RBI and two runs #99 Morgan Mosby scored in a three-game sweep of Houston ... Went 2-for-3 with four RBI, a home run and Junior • Infielder a double in game one against the Cougars ... 5-10 • R/R Also knocked in the game-winning run in the Hernando, Miss. game with her first career home run ... Went SBEC 2-for-2 with a run scored in game two ... Went Major: Hospitality and Resort 1-for-2 with a RBI in game three against HousManagement ton ... Threw out a runner on a steal attempt against Samford ... Went 1-for-2 in game one of a doubleheader against UCF ... Knocked in 2011 - Sophomore an RBI on her first career sacrifice fly in game Appeared in 13 games ... Came in to pinch hit three times and pinch run in seven contest ... two of a doubleheader with UAB. Played two games as the designated player ... Scored five runs and had one RBI ... Pinch Prep Lettered three years at Tracy High School as a ran and scored a run against Colorado State catcher ... Coached by Greg Smith ... A three- ... Pinch hit against Alabama A&M ... Scored a year all-area and all-league player, helping run as a pinch runner in the first game against Tracy earn the league championship all three Mississippi Valley State ... Pinch hit and pinch years ... Named to the CalHiSports.com All- ran against Alabama State, scoring a run as a State second team as a senior ... Participated pinch-runner in the second game against the in the High School All-Star Classic in 2008 held Hornets ... Scored a run as a pinch runner in at Pacific University ... Led the San Joaquin the first game against Marshall ... Knocked in Athletic Association in home runs as a senior a run in an 8-0 victory over Tennessee State ... with eight and had 12 on the season ... Tied Pinch-ran and scored a run against Arkansas. for 10th in the state of California in home runs for the season and was in the top 20 in 2010 - Freshman the country ... Hit .613 in the league in 2008, Played in 13 of 51 games with two starts at which topped the SJAA, and batted .494 on shortstop and one as the designated player the season with 41 base hits and 38 RBI ... Led ... Made six appearances as a pinch runner (1 Tracy High School as a junior with a .480 aver- run scored) and two as a pinch hitter (0-for-2) age ... Also led the team in hits (47), doubles ... Made her collegiate debut as a pinch run(9), walks (16) and shared the lead in triples ner against Indiana State ... Made her first at (3) ... Named the San Joaquin Athletic Asso- bat after staying in the game after pinch runciation’s Offensive Most Valuable Player ... ning against Belmont in game one ... Made Knocked in 29 RBI and had three home runs her first collegiate start against North Floriduring junior season, and her five strikeouts da at shortstop ... Went 1-for-3 in the game were the fewest among Tracy hitters with at with an RBI double for her first collegiate least 15 at-bats. hit ... Played at shortstop in both games of a doubleheader with UCF and started game Club two against the Knights ... Scored a run as a Played travel ball with the All-American pinch runner against Tulsa in game two of a Sports Academy. three-game series ... Started at DP in game one against Alabama State ... Pinch ran for Personal Keanah Prestridge in the top of the sixth in Full name is Nicole Christine Moreno ... Daughgame one against UAB and scored her third ter of Mario and Tina Moreno ... Major is comrun of the season. munications.

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P l ay e r B i o s #12 Alyssa Palmieri Senior • Second Base 5-5 • R/R Boca Raton, Fla. West Boca Raton HS

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Major: Health and Human Performance

2011 - Junior Started 46 games at second base ... Had the team’s fourth highest on base percentage (.328) and held a perfect record for stolen bases (6-for-6) ... Tied for second on the team with six doubles ... Had a season-long hitting streak of four games ... Registered four multiple hit games and two multiple RBI contests ... Had three game-winning runs and three game-winning RBI ... Posted her first career extra-base hit against No. 22/24 Ohio State with a two-run double ... Went 2-for-3 against Georgia State and drove in the winning run with an RBI single ... Went 3-for-3 with two doubles and an RBI in the first game against Alabama A&M ... Scored the game-winning run against Houston ... Led the Tigers in the series opener at UTEP with two hits and drove home the game-winning run after getting hit by a pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning ... Doubled and drove in a run in the second game against the Miners ... Scored the gamewinner in the series finale with UTEP ... After singling and stealing second to open a doubleheader against Alabama State, was forced to leave the contest with a knee injury ... Missed four games with the injury ... Scored the game-winning run in the second and third game of the UCF series ... Went 1-for-2 in the C-USA Tournament against ECU. 2010 - Sophomore Played in 45 of 51 games with 37 starts at second base and three at shortstop ... Went 1-for-2 with a run scored and a walk in game one of a doubleheader against Wichita State ... Started both games of the doubleheader at second base ... Scored the game-winning run in the eighth inning against McNeese State ... Had her first career sacrifice hit in the

game ... Knocked in her first RBI of the season in game two against Belmont and scored a run ... Singled in game one ... Scored a run against Drexel and drew two walks against North Dakota State ... Walked twice against Rutgers and had a career high five putouts ... Hit an RBI single up the middle with the bases loaded against Jacksonville in the fifth inning that would become the game winning run ... Singled against Loyola and Virginia Tech ... Started at second base in all three games against UTEP ... Scored two runs in game one of a three-game series with Tulsa ... Went 1-for-2 with a run scored and a stolen base in the first game of a doubleheader against Mississippi Valley State ... Scored a run as a pinch runner in game three against Houston ... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored in game two against Alabama State ... Scored a run and had two stolen bases in game two against Middle Tennessee ... Went 1-for-3 in game one against UAB ... Had fourth stolen base of the season in first game of threegame series with Blazers. 2009 - Freshman Played in 24 games with seven starts ... Made four starts at shortstop and three at second base ... Had 12 appearances as a pinch runner and scored four runs in those situations ... Compiled six runs scored, an RBI, three walks and two stolen bases ... Made her college debut as a pinch runner in the season opener against Jacksonville State ... Came in to play second base against #2/3 Alabama and had two putouts and an assist ... Had her first career start at second base against Alcorn State ... Scored a run and had two walks in the game ... Started at second against Kennesaw State ... Scored the game-winning run in game one of a doubleheader against Central Arkansas in the fifth inning ... Had her first collegiate hit in game two and knocked in a run ... Stole home as a pinch runner against St. John’s ... Scored a run as a pinch runner against Southern Miss ... Stole a base as a pinch runner against Marshall ... Scored a run as a pinch runner against Samford ... Scored her sixth run of the season against UAB in the Conference USA Tournament as a pinch runner.

Prep A four-year letterwinner at shortstop at West Boca Raton Community High School in Boca Raton, Fla. ... Coached by Ronald Hoyt ... Boca Raton News Player of the Year in 2008 ... Earned all-conference recognition by the South Florida Sun Sentinel all four years ... Named to the first team all-county as a junior and a senior by the Palm Beach Post and the South Florida Sun Sentinel ... Named to the first team Super 11 ... Named to the all-star first team as a sophomore ... A Palm Beach Post All-Area honorable mention as a freshman ... Selected by the Florida Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A Large Schools All-State Selection second team as a sophomore ... Served as the team captain from 2006-08 and was named team’s MVP and Best Offensive Player those three years ... Helped lead her team in 2005 as the Class 4A District Champion and the Class 5A District Champion in 2006 and 2007 ... Led WBRCHS to three-straight regional championships from 2005-07 and the Class 5A Large School state runner-up in 2006 and 2007 ... Team earned its first National High School Team Ranking at 28th in the nation in 2007 ... Delivered the game-winning hit at the district and regional tournament to help lead team into the state championship series ... Hit .527 with 11 extra base hits as a senior, including two home runs, five triples and four doubles ... Also had 31 runs scored, 30 RBI and 22 stolen bases, 10 walks and only seven strikeouts ... Hit .333 as a junior with 15 RBI, 20 runs scored and 16 stolen bases, while sporting a .990 fielding percentage ... As a sophomore, hit .451 with 27 RBI, 21 runs, 21 stolen bases and a .989 fielding percentage ... Hit .424 as a freshman with two home runs, 23 RBI, 19 runs, 11 stolen bases and a .996 fielding percentage ... Totals 95 RBI, 91 runs scored, 70 stolen bases and four home runs in her four years at West Boca Raton. Club Played travel ball and was a two-year team captain with the Coral Springs AlleyCats Gold Team coached by Ron Hoyt ... Hit .406 with 22 RBI, 21 runs scored and 12 stolen bases during the 2007 season ... Boasted a .995 fielding

Palmieri’s Career Hitting Stats Year 2009 2010 2011 Total

avg .059 .118 .221 .168

gp-gs 24-7 45-45 46-46 115-98

ab 17 76 104 197

r 6 10 13 29

h 1 9 23 33

2b 0 0 6 6

3b 0 0 0 0

hr 0 0 0 0

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rbi 1 3 9 13

tb 1 9 29 39

slg% .059 .118 .279 .198

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bb 3 8 11 22

hbp 0 2 6 8

so 8 27 41 76

gdp 0 0 0 0

ob% .200 .221 .328 .276

sf 0 0 1 1

sh 0 6 3 9

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fld% .846 .920 .940 .926


2012 Memphis Spring Sports percentage and 12 extra base hits, including three home runs, two triples and seven doubles ... Played travel ball in 2006 with the Gold Coast Hurricanes Gold coached by Marty Cooper ... Team was a 2006 ASA Gold National Qualifier at Oklahoma City, Okla ... Also played for the 2005 Coral Springs AlleyCat 14U coached by Ron Hoyt, earning a 17th place finish out of 328 qualifying teams at the ASA Nationals in Owensboro, Ky. Personal Full name is Alyssa Nicole Palmieri ... Daughter of Nick and Karen Palmieri ... Born on August 10 in Boca Raton, Fla. ... Began playing softball at the age of 10 ... Has an older brother, John, and a younger sister, Lauren ... Major is health and human performance.

Freshman • P/SS 5-6 • R/R Somerville, Ohio Lakota East HS Major: Undeclared Prep A four-year letterwinner at Lakota East High School in Liberty Township, Ohio, as a pitcher and first baseman ... Coached by Steve Castner ... Named a Max Preps Second Team AllAmerican in 2011 ... Named the Cincinnati Enquirer Sports Department Player of the Year in 2011 and the GMC Softball Athlete of the Year (Greater Miami Conference) ... Was a 2011 Journal News All-Area softball selection ... Earned all-district and all-state honors in 2010 and 2011 and is a four-time first team all-league selection ... As a sophomore, earned Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC) Player of the Year honors ... Was named the Butler County Pitcher of the Year in 2009 ... As a senior, won 22 games and struck out 264 in 164.2 innings ... Held a 0.30 ERA in 2011 ... Hit .363 as a senior with 30 RBI, a .434 onbase percentage and six home runs ... Threw a perfect game in a 3-0 victory over Mason on May 5, 2011 ... Led the Thunderhawks to the final four of the Ohio State Tournament in 2010 with 139.1 innings pitched and 222 strikeouts while posting a 0.60 ERA ... Led the team at the plate as a junior, hitting .354 (34 hits out of 96 at bats) and was first on the team in triples, home runs and RBI ... Also lettered four seasons in soccer as a midfielder.

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Personal career home runs (22) ... Fifth overall in proFull name is Sara Lenae Pearson ... Daughter of gram history for runs batted in (73) ... Highest Randy and Shawna Pearson ... Born July 23 in career putouts on defense (791). Middletown, Ohio ... Nickname is SP. 2011 - Junior Started 47 of 47 games played in 2011 with #5 Breslin Perry 44 starts at first base and three as the designated player ... Three times earned or shared Freshman • Outfield Conference USA Hitter of the Week honors ... 5-5 • L/R Holds the highest single-season slugging perAustell, Ga. centage (.721) in her 140 appearances at the South Cobb HS plate and just fourth in overall career slugging Major: Undeclared percentage (.499) ... Single-season school-record holder for home runs (15) and runs batted in (44) ... Fourth all-time highest batting Prep average in a single-season (.336) ... Ranked Lettered four years at South Cobb High School 17th nationally in home runs per game (0.32), in Austell, Ga. ... Coached by Mark Collins ... 58th in RBI per game (0.94), 55th in slugging Played center field and shortstop ... As a sepercentage (.721) and 40th in home runs (15) nior in 2011, named first team all-county ... Ranked ninth in Conference USA in batting and the region Player of the Year ... Named (.336), third in RBI (44), second in home runs all-state and second team all-county as a ju(15) and tied for second in total bases (101) nior ... Holds the single-season school record ... Collected C-USA Hitter of the Week honors with 18 stolen bases in 2010 ... Also holds the for her performance in week one of the seaschool records for most career runs scored son ... Went 2-for-4 with two home runs and and highest batting average ... Hit .634 as a four RBI against DePaul ... Had her secondsenior with 25 RBI ... High school activities straight multi-hit game in the 7-3 victory over included the science club, BETA Club, the NaNo. 22/24 Ohio State ... Drove in both Tiger tional Honors Society in 2011 and served as runs on a first inning single and a sixth inthe president of the student council in 2007 ning solo homer in Memphis’ upset at No. 16 ... Named to the Principal’s List all four years Stanford ... Sacrifice fly that scored Heather of high school and was voted Most Likely to Mott in the eighth inning against Colorado Succeed by her senior class ... Graduated with State proved to be the game winner ... Had distinction. the game-winning RBI in the final game of the East Carolina series ... Hit a pair of home Club runs and had four RBI in the first game against Played summer travel ball with the Georgia Mississippi Valley State ... Set a Memphis Elite 18 Gold-Moody and the Georgia Knockrecord and tied a C-USA record with three outs 18 Gold. home runs in the series finale against UTEP, going 3-for-4 with three bombs, including a Personal grand slam, and a career high-tying six RBI ... Full name is Breslin Cymone Perry ... Born on Shared C-USA Hitter of the Week honors afSeptember 7 in Austell, Ga. ... Daughter of Lee ter her home run barrage against the Miners and Vernisa Perry ... Hobbies include writing ... Had four extra base hits in seven at bats poetry. against Alabama State ... Doubled twice and drove in two runs, including the game winner, #22 Jessica Phillips in game two against ASU ... Went 4-for-7 in two games against Marshall with two RBI and Senior • First Base a run scored ... Batted 4-for-5 with two RBI 5-8 • R/R and two doubles in a doubleheader sweep Chattanooga, Tenn. against Tennessee State ... Swatted two home Girls Preparatory School runs, including a grand slam, and had six RBI Major: Health and Human against Arkansas ... Hit a solo home run in Performance the C-USA Tournament against East Carolina ... Went 2-for-3 against Alabama in the NCAA Regionals. Career Holds the fourth highest career slugging percentage (.499) ... Ranked third for most

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports P l ay e r B i o s 2010 - Sophomore Played in 49 of 51 games with 44 starts at first base ... Has made two appearances as a pinch hitter ... Went 2-for-3 with two home runs, two runs scored and three RBI in game one of a DH against Wichita State ... The two home runs tied a school record ... Doubled in game two for her third-straight extra base hit ... .Went 1-for-3 and had a career high 14 putouts against IPFW ... Had her second multi-hit game of the season against Indiana State with a single and a double ... Recorded her first career sacrifice hit against McNeese State ... Had a hit and a run in game one against Belmont ... Scored a run against Drexel ... .Went 1-for-2 with a walk and 11 putouts against Rutgers ... Knocked in two runs in a 2-for-3 performance against Jacksonville and had her first career sacrifice fly ... Went 1-for-2 with a walk in game one of a doubleheader with North Florida ... Went 1-for-3 in the first game of a doubleheader with Saint Louis ... Had three hits, an RBI and a run scored in a threegame series at Tulsa ... Went 2-for-4 with an RBI in game one ... Had a hit and scored a run in game three ... Had a two-run single in game one of a three game series with Marshall to help Memphis earn a 5-4 victory ... Hit a walk-off solo home run with two outs in the bottom of the eighth to give the Tigers a 2-1 victory in game three ... Went 2-for-2 with a pair of doubles and a run scored in game two against Alabama State ... Hit a two-run homer against Middle Tennessee in game two ... Walked three times in game two against Southern Miss ... Went 1-for-3 with a sac in game three ... Was 1-for-3 in game three against UAB.

centage (.408), total plate appearances (112) and at bats (98) ... Hit .224 with eight runs scored and a triple ... Tied for the team lead in multiple RBI games with six and had four multiple hit games ... Had a season long hitting streak of four games ... Her 296 fielding chances ranks as the fifth highest season total in school history ... Made her college debut as a pinch hitter in the season opener against Jacksonville State ... Recorded her first hit against South Alabama, a two-run single ... Started at first base against Alcorn State and went 1-for-3 with a double ... Started at first base against Iowa ... Had a pinch hit triple in the seventh inning against Miami (OH) ... Hit a two-run double against UTEP in the second game of a doubleheader ... Went 2-for-3 with three RBI and a double in the final game of the series with the Miners ... Had an RBI and a run scored against St. John’s ... Hit a tworun homer against Hawai’i ... Hit a solo home run in game one of a doubleheader against Tulsa ... Hit a two-run single in game one of a doubleheader against Southern Miss ... Went 4-for-7 with two doubles and an RBI in a doubleheader with UT Martin ... Hit two doubles and knocked in the game-winning run in game one ... Went 1-for-2 with a RBI and reached base three out of four plate appearances in game one of a doubleheader against Marshall ... Went 4-for-6 in a three-game series with Houston with three runs scored, three RBI, four walks, a double and a home run ... Scored the game-winning run in the first game against the Cougars after doubling in the sixth inning ... Walked twice and hit a two-run homer in game two ... Went 2-for-2 with two walks in game three against Houston and knocked in the game-winning run in 2009 - Freshman the eighth inning on a single ... Had a double Played in 45 of the Tigers’ 52 games with 36 in game one of a doubleheader with UCF ... starts ... Made 35 starts at first base and one Went 1-for-3 with a walk against UAB in the as the designated player ... Made seven pinch Conference USA tournament. hit appearances ... Led the team in fielding chances (296), putouts (282) and fielding Prep double plays (12) ... Second on the team in A four-year letterwinner at first base at Girls RBI (18), doubles (7) and tied for second in Preparatory School in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... home runs (3) ... Fourth on the team in total Coached by Susan Crownover and was a high bases (40), walks (11) and fielding percentage school teammate of fellow Tiger Kamri Ches(.986) ... Fifth on the team in slugging per- ter ... A three-time Times Free Press Best of

Preps ... A three-time TSWA All-State and allcity selection ... Helped lead GPS to back-toback Division II state championships in 2007 and 2008 and finished as the state runner-up in 2005 and 2006 ... Had a four-year career batting average of .392 with 95 runs, 32 doubles, two triples, 18 home runs and 130 RBI ... Hit .417 with 11 home runs, 14 walks and drove in 45 runs as a junior ... Struck out only 12 times in the 2007 season ... Went 3-for-3 with a two-run homer and three RBI in a 3-1 victory over AAA state champion Soddy Daisy in 2007 ... Also had seven RBI with a home run and a double in a 7-1 win over defending Division II state champion Father Ryan ... Named to the principle’s list, honor roll, Beta Club and earned the Laura Holt Award. Club Played travel ball with the Chattanooga Eagles coached by former U of M assistant Donald Pickett ... Played in the Eagles’ organization for six years and helped the team finish as high as fifth nationally in 2003 at the ASA Nationals. Personal Full name is Jessica Nicole Phillips ... Daughter of Mack and Kelly Phillips ... Born on November 24, 1989 in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... Major is health and human performance.

#44 Jordan Richwood Freshman • Pitcher 5-4 • R/R San Mateo, Calif. Hillsdale HS Major: Undeclared Prep Lettered four years at Hillsdale High School in San Mateo, Calif. ... Coached by Randall Matheny ... Led the Knights to their first Peninsula Athletic League Bay Championship in 18 years in 2010 and again in 2011 ... Named The Daily Journal Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 ... The Knights finished 23-6 in 2011 ... The Central Coast Section Player of the Year

Phillips’ Career Hitting Stats Year 2009 2010 2011 Total

avg .224 .187 .336 .255

gp-gs 45-36 49-44 47-47 141-127

ab 98 123 140 361

r 8 8 24 40

h 22 23 47 92

2b 7 4 5 16

3b 1 0 2 3

hr 3 4 15 22

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rbi 18 11 44 73

tb 40 39 101 180

slg% .408 .317 .721 .499

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bb 11 13 13 37

hbp 3 1 3 7

so 34 29 35 98

gdp 2 3 2 7

ob% .321 .268 .401 .334

sf 0 1 1 2

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fld% .986 .978 .988 .984


2012 Memphis Spring Sports in 2011 ... Named all-state in 2010 and 2011 ... A three-time Peninsula Athletic League Bay Pitcher of the Year and San Mateo County Pitcher of the Year ... Four-time Hillsdale High MVP ... As a senior, had a 0.59 ERA with 309 strikeouts in 165 innings pitched ... Opposing players hit just .094 ... Ranked third in the state of California in strikeouts and 14th in the nation ... Hit .321 with a .409 on-base percentage and a .444 slugging percentage ... Posted a microscopic 0.55 ERA and allowed only 29 hits in 168 innings pitched as a junior in 2010 ... Of the 504 batters she retired, recorded 457 strikeouts, which came 13 shy of breaking the all-time single-season California record ... Tossed her ninth career perfect game in 2010 and added her 10th and 11th career no-hitters ... Also lettered one year in volleyball and two years in soccer.

her collegiate debut, starting in the circle against FIU ... Against Alabama A&M, tossed a complete-game shutout, striking out four and giving up just three hits for her first collegiate victory ... Pinch hit against Miss. Valley State ... Combined in a 2-0 shutout against Mississippi Valley State, pitching the first 4.1 innings with three hits and three strikeouts ... Threw two-thirds of an inning in game two against Houston, allowing one earned run ... Pinchhit twice against Tulsa ... Pitched a complete game against Alabama State, striking out five for her third win ... Made pinch hit appearances against Chattanooga and Alabama in the NCAA Regional Tournament.

Personal Full name is Jordan Mireille Richwood ... Born on September 4 in Fort Carson, Colo. ... Daughter of Tina and Wallace Richwood ... Nickname is Jo, J-Rich or Jay ... Enjoys teaching and coaching younger children to play softball.

Club Played club softball for the Kissing Point Sports Club ... Coached by Bill Holland at the club level.

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Prep Played first base and pitched for Loreto Normanhurst ... Led Loreto Normnahurst to the New South Whales (NSW) national championship in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... Member Club Played summer travel ball with Sorcerer 18 of the U19 Australian squad since 2008 ... Gold during her junior and senior years of high Played one season on the Australian schoolschool ... Played with the San Jose Sting as a girl’s team that won the 2009 Schoolgirl NSW national championship. freshman and sophomore.

Personal Daughter of Les and Marianne Roberts ... Also played cricket at Loreto Normanhurst ... Received merits in math and religious education.

Sophomore • P/1B 5-9 • R/R Westleigh, NSW, Australia

Loreto Normanhurst Major: Undeclared

2011 - Freshman Played in 11 games with four starts in the circle and one appearance in relief ... Made six pinch hit appearances ... Had one multiple hit game and one multiple RBI contest ... Made

Roberts’ Career Hitting Stats Year 2011

avg .154

gp-gs 11-4

ab 13

r 0

h 2

2b 1

3b 0

hr 0

rbi 2

tb 3

slg% .231

bb 0

hbp 0

so 3

gdp 0

ob% .154

sf 0

sh 0

sb-att 0-0

po 0

a 2

e 0

fld% 1.000

Roberts’ Career Pitching Stats Year 2011

era 3.36

w-l app 3-0 5

gs 4

cg 2

sho 1/1

sv 0

ip 16.2

h 14

r 9

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bb 7

so 12

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bf 71

bavg wp hbp .246 0 2

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports 2011: Season Tigers Earn First-Ever Berth Into the NCAA Regionals Memphis gained entrance into the NCAA Regional for the first-time in school history in 2011 after finishing the season 36-14 with a No. 44 ranking in the RPI. The .720 winning percentage was the best in the team’s six-year history. Playing in the Tuscaloosa Regional, Memphis won its first NCAA Tournament game with a 4-1 victory over Chattanooga. The Tigers then fell to No. 3/4 Alabama, 7-1, and then were eliminated with a 2-1 loss to Chattanooga.

King earned all-freshman team honors. Mott became just the second Tiger to be named to the first team. She hit .353 with 10 home runs, 29 RBI and 36 runs scored. She tied a school-record earlier this season with a 14-game hitting streak. Mott was also selected to the NFCA All-Midwestern Region Second Team. As a freshman, King hit .243 and knocked in 15 runs. She also displayed incredible acumen in right field, not committing an error in 40 starts.

Valle Named Academic All-American Senior Janelle Valle became the first Memphis softball player Big Winners While Memphis needed an at- to be named a Capital One/CoSIDA large bid to get into the NCAA Tour- Academic All-American. Valle was nament, there was no doubt they named to the second team in 2011. belonged. Of the Tigers 12 losses She received her degree in biology in 2011 heading into the tourna- and carried a 3.91 grade point avment, only two were to a program erage during her college academic outside the top-44 in the nation in career. Valle was also named along RPI, including a loss to North Da- with Heather Mott to the C-USA kota State, which recently wrapped All-Academic Team. She was also up its third consecutive Summit presented a C-USA Postgraduate League title to earn entrance into Scholarship. the postseason. Memphis Successful In Conference Play The Tigers finished the 2011 C-USA Flexes Muscles, campaign with their best record Puts Five in NCAA Conference USA tied a record in conference play. Memphis went by placing five squads in the 2011 15-7 in the league and finished the NCAA tournament field. In addition eight conference series 5-2-1. The to the Tigers, C-USA champion East only two series losses came to CCarolina, Tulsa, Houston and UAB all USA regular season co-champions earned invites to play in a regional. Houston and Tulsa. Four of the U It marked C-USA’s second time plac- of M’s five league series victories ing five teams in the regional, and came by way of sweep. the first since 2004. It’s the first time since conference realignment Memphis Wins 10 Straight that C-USA has put five teams in The Tigers set a new program the regional. Seven of the nine Con- record with 10-straight victories ference USA institutions that field Between April 6 and April 23, 2011. softball teams have now reached The previous record was eight an NCAA Tournament; only UTEP games, which the team had accomand Marshall have yet to do so. C- plished earlier in 2011 as well as in USA’s five bids were the fourth-most 2007. Memphis won 14 of its last of any conference, behind only the 16 games entering the NCAA ReBig 12, SEC and Pac 10, and ahead of gional. the Big 10 and ACC. Phillips Earns Three POW Honors, Breaks Single-Season Record Mott, King Garner C-USA Jessica Phillips was named Postseason Accolades Senior Heather Mott and Conference USA Hitter of the freshman Ashleigh King were hon- Week three times during the ored by Conference USA with spots 2011 season. She also set new on the all-conference squads. Mott school records in home runs (15) was named to the first-team, while and RBI (44).

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Hummel Strikes Out School Record 19 Against No. 22 Texas A&M Against 22nd-ranked Texas A&M, sophomore Carly Hummel pitched one of the best games in U of M softball history, striking out a school-record 19 batters in 8.1 innings of two-hit ball while not allowing an earned run in the extra-inning affair. Catcher Amber Lindahl also found her way into the record books with a school-record 20 putouts.

Team Records Broken • Most Triples (Tied -10) • Lowest ERA (1.81) • Most Shutouts (15) • Fewest Hits Allowed (116) • Fewest Runs Allowed (116) • Fewest Earned Runs Allowed (86) • Highest Fielding Pct (.968) • Fewest Errors (44) • Fewest Stolen Bases Against (24)

Individual Records Broken • Highest Slugging Pct. – Jessica Phillips (.721) Tigers Receive First-Ever • Highest On Base Pct. – Heather National Poll Votes Mott (.443) After starting 2011 with a • Most HRs – Jessica Phillips (15) 12-3 record and two upsets of • Most RBI – Jessica Phillips (44) top-25 foes (Ohio State, Stanford), • Lowest ERA – Carly Hummel (1.46) Memphis earned two votes in the • Lowest Opponent Batting Avg. – USA Today/NFCA Top-25 poll for Carly Hummel (.140) the week of Mar. 1, the first time • Most Shutouts – Carly Hummel (8) in school history Memphis has received votes in a nationally-recNCAA Rankings ognized poll. The Tigers received • Earned Run Average - 18th (1.81) votes in the poll for two weeks, be- • Fielding Percentage - 46th (.968) fore falling out. • W/L Percentage - 28th (.720) • HRs/Game - J. Phillips (17th, 0.32) Making History with Win • RBI/Game - J. Phillips (58th, 0.94) at Pac-10 Opponent • ERA - Carly Hummel (23rd, 1.46) By beating No. 16 Stanford in • K’s/7 Inn. - C. Hummel (46th, 8.2) Palo Alto, the Tigers carved their • Victories - C. Hummel (51st, 21) own slice of Conference USA histo- • SLG% - J. Phillips (55th, .721) ry. Never before had a C-USA school • Hits/7 Inn. - C. Hummel (4th, 3.37) beaten a Pac-10 squad at home in • Home Runs - J. Phillips (40th, 15) the regular season before the Ti- • Strikeouts - C. Hummel (70th, 196) gers’ 2-1 win against the Cardinal. • Shutouts - C. Hummel (36th, 8) The only other time a C-USA team had beaten a Pac-10 team at home Other Team Highlights was when Houston defeated Wash- • Had the highest winning perington in the 2008 NCAA Regional, centage in school history (.720) sweeping the Huskies out of the • Tied for the highest number of NCAA Tournament with two wins. wins in a season (36) • Defeated three Super Regional teams (Stanford, Kentucky and Giant Killers After not having a single win Houston) against a top-25 school in the pro- • Defeated two ranked teams (#22 gram’s first five years of existence, Ohio State and #16 Stanford) Memphis knocked off two top-25 and beat Kentucky, which entered the polls the week followopponents in the first two weeks of 2011, defeating No. 22/24 Ohio ing a loss to Memphis State, 7-3, at the FIU Combat Clas- • Fourth place finish in conference sic and then dispatching host and is highest in school history No. 16/17 Stanford, 2-1, at the • Went 4-2 against teams from the BCS Power Conferences Stanford Nike Invitational. Memphis’ run of upsets was ended in an • Had just one loss to a team ranked outside the top 100: A extra-inning thriller against No. 22 2-0 loss to #106 North Dakota Texas A&M at the Bulldog Classic. State in February

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Overall 36-14 15-7 21-7

Home 13-6 5-6 8-0

Away 12-4 10-1 2-3

Neutral 11-4 0-0 11-4

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Individual Statistics

Totals Opponents

.249 .195

AB 150 140 147 111 104 140 108 88 51 49 35 43 28 12 13 23 4 1 0 0 0

R 36 24 33 11 13 24 17 10 5

H 2B 3B HR RBI TB 53 9 2 10 29 96 47 5 2 15 44 101 44 6 3 7 30 77 27 6 0 0 15 33 23 6 0 0 9 29 30 5 0 1 11 38 23 5 2 1 12 35 16 4 0 3 13 29 7 0 0 0 3 7

6 15 13 8 11 9 3 5 7 2 0 2 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

9 4 1 6 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

23 10 9 7 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

50-50 1247 219 311 51 10 39 191 499 50-50 1185 116 231 30 4 22 100 335

SLG% .640 .721 .524 .297 .279 .271 .324 .330 .137 .469 .286 .209 .250 .167 .231 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

BB HBP 23 2 13 3 8 3 10 2 11 6 21 3 6 2 24 8 4 1 8 3 4 3 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

SO GDP 27 0 35 2 31 1 25 0 41 0 23 0 32 0 28 1 14 1

OB% .443 .401 .346 .312 .328 .327 .267 .400 .214

SF 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0

0 15 1 2 0 10 2 10 0 5 0 3 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.404 .308 .277 .303 .333 .154 .080 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.400 143 33 308 .283 123 38 312

5 3

.341 .291

7 2

SH SB-ATT 3 4-10 2 0-1 4 13-15 3 1-1 3 6-6 6 7-8 2 5-5 1 0-0 8 0-0

PO 90 244 43 18 77 65 41 0 174

A 87 5 90 1 49 9 2 0 15

E FLD% 9 .952 3 .988 9 .937 0 1.000 8 .940 1 .987 2 .956 0 .000 2 .990

96 21 16 35 0 0 67 0 0 2 10 1

2 12 1 1 0 2 5 0 1 8 19 27

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

1.000 .917 1.000 .973 .000 1.000 .986 .000 1.000 1.000 .935 .903

38 47-61 1000 336 44 43 24-34 964 371 67

.968 .952

0 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 4-6 1-1 0-0 6-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

LOB - Team (289), Opp (279). DPs turned - Team (11), Opp (14). Picked off - MOTT, H. 1, BROWN, S. 1, MARSHALL, A. 1, HARGROVE, I. 1. (All games sorted by earned run avg) Player 7 Hummel, Carly 13 Valle, Janelle 15 Carley, Lauren --------------------------------- 9 Roberts, Ellen

ERA 1.46 1.62 2.55

W-L APP 21-8 31 6-2 21 6-4 19

3.36 3-0

5

Totals Opponents

1.81 36-14 3.68 14-36

50 50

GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H 25 20 8 1 1 168.1 81 14 4 3 0 1 82.1 74 7 2 1 2 1 66.0 62 4

14

R 45 35 27 9

ER BB SO 35 58 196 19 32 51 24 26 53

2

1

1

0 16.2

8

7

12

50 28 50 29

15 4

2 1

3 333.1 231 116 86 123 312 2 321.1 311 219 169 143 308

2B 3B 15 2 7 2 5 0 3

0

30 4 51 10

HR 9 5 7 1

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 577 .140 5 23 7 1 11 311 .238 8 9 0 0 12 240 .258 6 4 0 0 16 57

.246

0

2

1

1

4

22 1185 39 1247

.195 .249

19 22

38 33

8 4

2 7

43 38

PB - Team (4), PRESTRIDGE, 3, LINDAHL, A. 1, Opp (15). Pickoffs - Team (2), PRESTRIDGE, 2, Opp (4). SBA/ATT - PRESTRIDGE, (15-22), CARLEY, L. (7-12), HUMMEL, C. (10-11), VALLE, J. (6-9), LINDAHL, A. (6-9), MORENO, N. (3-3), ROBERTS, E. (1-2).

Fielding Percentage Player C 11 Moreno, Nikki 98 8 King, Ashleigh 19 5 Marshall, Alex 17 15 Carley, Lauren 10 9 Roberts, Ellen 2 23 Mascarenas, Cheyenne 1 21 Prestridge, Keanah 191 22 Phillips, Jessica 252 33 Bernardino, Lelani 75 34 Lindahl, Amber 73 18 Goranson, Libby 37 2 Chester, Kamri 45 10 Mott, Heather 186 12 Palmieri, Alyssa 134 3 McKinley, Maddie 142 7 Hummel, Carly 31 1 Hargrove, Ijiah 36 13 Valle, Janelle 31 99 Mosby, Morgan 0 44 Kassner, Kailey 0 17 Brown, Shanna 0 Totals Opponents

PO 96 18 16 2 0 0 174 244 65 67 35 41 90 77 43 10 21 1 0 0 0

A 2 1 1 8 2 1 15 5 9 5 1 2 87 49 90 19 12 27 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 1 2 9 8 9 2 3 3 0 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .990 .988 .987 .986 .973 .956 .952 .940 .937 .935 .917 .903 .000 .000 .000

1380 1000 336 1402 964 371

44 67

.968 .952

Category Leaders

DP SBA CSB 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 15 7 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 5 0 0 1 10 1 2 0 0 0 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 14

24 47

University of Memphis

10 14

SBA% 1.000 .000 .000 .583 .500 .000 .682 .000 .000 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .909 .000 .667 .000 .000 .000

PB 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.706 .770

4 15

0 0

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Batting Average 1. Heather Mott 2. Jessica Phillips 3. Maddie McKinley 4. Ashleigh King 5. Alyssa Palmieri

.353 .336 .299 .243 .221

Runs Scored 1. Heather Mott 2. Maddie McKinley 3. Lelani Bernardino Jessica Phillips 5. Kamri Chester

36 33 24 24 17

Runs Batted In 1. Jessica Phillips 2. Maddie McKinley 3. Heather Mott 4. Ashleigh King 5. Kailey Kassner

44 30 29 15 13

Home Runs 1. Jessica Phillips 2. Heather Mott 3. Maddie McKinley 4. Kailey Kassner

15 10 7 3

Stolen Bases 1. Maddie McKinley 2. Lelani Bernardino 3. Alyssa Palmieri Shanna Brown 5. Kamri Chester

13 7 6 6 5

Earned Run Average 1. Carly Hummel 2. Janelle Valle 3. Lauren Carley

1.46 1.62 2.55

Batters Struck Out 1. Carly Hummel 2. Lauren Carley 3. Janelle Valle 4. Ellen Roberts

196 53 51 12

Wins 1. Carly Hummel 2. Janelle Valle Lauren Carley 4. Ellen Roberts

21 6 6 3

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Player AVG GP-GS 10 Mott, Heather .353 50-50 22 Phillips, Jessica .336 47-47 3 McKinley, Maddie .299 48-47 8 King, Ashleigh .243 44-40 12 Palmieri, Alyssa .221 46-46 33 Bernardino, Lelani .214 48-48 2 Chester, Kamri .213 38-38 44 Kassner, Kailey .182 45-39 21 Prestridge, Keanah .137 29-26 ----------------------------------- 11 Moreno, Nikki .306 30-14 1 Hargrove, Ijiah .229 42-11 5 Marshall, Alex .209 33-20 18 Goranson, Libby .179 18-9 17 Brown, Shanna .167 25-3 9 Roberts, Ellen .154 11-4 34 Lindahl, Amber .000 16-11 99 Mosby, Morgan .000 13-0 23 Mascarenas, Cheyenne .000 1-0 15 Carley, Lauren .000 19-7 7 Hummel, Carly .000 31-25 13 Valle, Janelle .000 21-14


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Individual Statistics Player 10 Mott, Heather 11 Moreno, Nikki 3 McKinley, Maddie 22 Phillips, Jessica 8 King, Ashleigh 12 Palmieri, Alyssa 2 Chester, Kamri 33 Bernardino, Lelani 44 Kassner, Kailey ----------------------------------- 21 Prestridge, Keanah 1 Hargrove, Ijiah 17 Brown, Shanna 5 Marshall, Alex 18 Goranson, Libby 34 Lindahl, Amber 9 Roberts, Ellen 99 Mosby, Morgan 15 Carley, Lauren 13 Valle, Janelle 7 Hummel, Carly

AVG GP-GS .343 22-22 .304 14-7 .271 22-22 .266 21-21 .255 20-19 .205 20-20 .196 18-18 .153 22-22 .122 19-16

AB 67 23 70 64 55 44 51 59 41

R 14 4 15 6 4 8 8 9 3

.222 .182 .143 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

13-11 17-2 16-3 9-7 4-3 7-5 3-0 2-0 8-4 12-7 12-11

18 11 7 16 9 9 2 0 0 0 0

2 8 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Totals Opponents

.223 .216

22-22 22-22

546 529

H 2B 3B HR RBI 23 5 0 5 10 7 1 0 2 7 19 2 1 3 13 17 1 1 5 17 14 4 0 0 7 9 2 0 0 2 10 3 0 1 3 9 1 0 0 6 5 0 0 3 6 4 2 1 2 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

88 122 19 62 114 19

TB 43 14 32 35 18 11 16 10 14

SLG% .642 .609 .457 .547 .327 .250 .314 .169 .341

4 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.222 .182 .143 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

74 202 55 184

.370 .348

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 19 3 15

1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BB HBP 9 1 6 0 0 2 7 1 3 2 6 3 4 1 12 0 5 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SO GDP 18 0 7 0 16 1 16 1 14 0 19 0 13 0 13 0 14 1

OB% .429 .448 .288 .347 .317 .340 .268 .292 .250

SF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

6 0 4 5 2 5 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.300 .250 .400 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

57 13 153 56 19 106

3 1

.311 .313

2 0

SH SB-ATT 0 1-3 0 0-0 3 4-4 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 2-2 1 4-4 5 2-2 1 0-0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

18 18-20 18 15-22

PO 45 30 24 131 10 36 21 26 0

A 44 0 51 2 1 27 0 5 0

E 2 0 3 1 0 4 2 0 0

FLD% .978 1.000 .962 .993 1.000 .940 .913 1.000 .000

72 6 0 5 8 19 0 0 2 0 3

9 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 5 15 7

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2

.988 1.000 .000 1.000 .900 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .882 .833

438 171 18 429 154 29

.971 .953

LOB - Team (119), Opp (122). DPs turned - Team (5), Opp (7). Picked off - MOTT, H. 1, HARGROVE, I. 1. (All games sorted by earned run avg) Player 13 Valle, Janelle 7 Hummel, Carly 15 Carley, Lauren --------------------------------- 9 Roberts, Ellen Totals Opponents

ERA 1.81 2.04 3.33

W-L 3-0 8-4 4-3

APP 12 12 8

10.50 0-0

1

2.30 15-7 3.13 7-15

22 22

GS CG SHO CBO SV IP 7 2 2 0 1 46.1 11 8 3 0 0 65.1 4 1 0 0 0 33.2 0

0.2

H 41 37 35

R 21 23 17

1

1

0

0

0

0

22 11 22 13

5 2

0 1

1 146.0 114 1 143.0 122

ER BB 12 16 19 24 16 16 1

62 48 88 64

0

SO 25 67 14

2B 3B 6 1 8 2 5 0

HR 4 6 4

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 176 .233 5 7 0 0 5 227 .163 2 9 3 0 4 123 .285 4 3 0 0 9

0

0

0

1

3

.333

0

0

0

0

0

56 106 57 153

19 19

3 2

15 19

529 546

.216 .223

11 12

19 13

3 0

0 2

18 18

PB - Team (3), PRESTRIDGE, 2, LINDAHL, A. 1, Opp (8). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (2). SBA/ATT - PRESTRIDGE, (9-14), CARLEY, L. (5-8), HUMMEL, C. (6-7), VALLE, J. (4-7), LINDAHL, A. (4-6), MORENO, N. (2-2).

Fielding Percentage Player 33 Bernardino, Lelani 11 Moreno, Nikki 34 Lindahl, Amber 8 King, Ashleigh 1 Hargrove, Ijiah 15 Carley, Lauren 5 Marshall, Alex 22 Phillips, Jessica 21 Prestridge, Keanah 10 Mott, Heather 3 McKinley, Maddie 12 Palmieri, Alyssa 2 Chester, Kamri 18 Goranson, Libby 13 Valle, Janelle 7 Hummel, Carly 44 Kassner, Kailey 9 Roberts, Ellen 99 Mosby, Morgan 17 Brown, Shanna

C 31 30 21 11 8 7 5 134 82 91 78 67 23 10 17 12 0 0 0 0

PO 26 30 19 10 6 2 5 131 72 45 24 36 21 8 0 3 0 0 0 0

A 5 0 2 1 2 5 0 2 9 44 51 27 0 1 15 7 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 4 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .993 .988 .978 .962 .940 .913 .900 .882 .833 .000 .000 .000 .000

Totals Opponents

627 612

438 171 429 154

18 29

.971 .953

Category Leaders

DP SBA CSB 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 9 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 1 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7

15 18

University of Memphis

7 2

SBA% .000 1.000 .667 .000 .000 .625 .000 .000 .643 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .571 .857 .000 .000 .000 .000

PB 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.682 .900

3 8

0 0

2012

Batting Average 1. Heather Mott 2. Nikki Moreno 3. Maddie McKinley 4. Jessica Phillips

.343 .304 .271 .266

Runs Scored 1. Maddie McKinley 2. Heather Mott 3. Lelani Bernardino 4. Alyssa Palmieri Kamri Chester Ijiah Hargrove

15 14 9 8 8 8

Runs Batted In 1. Jessica Phillips 2. Maddie McKinley 3. Heather Mott 4. Nikki Moreno Ashleigh King

17 13 10 7 7

Home Runs 1. Heather Mott Jessica Phillips 3. Maddie McKinley Kailey Kassner

5 5 3 3

Stolen Bases 1. Maddie McKinley Kamri Chester 3. Shanna Brown 4. Alyssa Palmieri Lelani Bernardino Earned Run Average 1. Janelle Valle 2. Carly Hummel 3. Lauren Carley

4 4 3 2 2 1.81 2.04 3.33

Batters Struck Out 1. Carly Hummel 2. Janelle Valle 3. Lauren Carley

67 25 14

Wins 1. Carly Hummel 2. Lauren Carley 3. Janelle Valle

8 4 3

Tigers Spring Sports Fact Book


2012 Memphis Spring Sports Game date Feb 11, 2011 Feb 11, 2011 Feb 12, 2011 Feb 12, 2011 Feb 13, 2011 Feb 19, 2011 Feb 19, 2011 Feb 20, 2011 Feb 20, 2011 Feb 23, 2011 Feb 23, 2011 Feb 25, 2011 Feb 26, 2011 Feb 26, 2011 Feb 27, 2011 Mar 06, 2011 Mar 06, 2011 Mar 12, 2011 Mar 12, 2011 Mar 13, 2011 Mar 16, 2011 Mar 16, 2011 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 20, 2011 Mar 26, 2011 Mar 26, 2011 Mar 27, 2011 Apr 02, 2011 Apr 02, 2011 Apr 03, 2011 Apr 06, 2011 Apr 06, 2011 Apr 09, 2011 Apr 10, 2011 Apr 13, 2011 Apr 13, 2011 Apr 19, 2011 Apr 22, 2011 Apr 22, 2011 Apr 23, 2011 Apr 30, 2011 Apr 30, 2011 May 07, 2011 May 07, 2011 May 08, 2011 May 12, 2011 May 20, 2011 May 21, 2011 May 21, 2011

Opposing team vs North Florida-1 vs DePaul-2 vs #22 Ohio State-1 at FIU-2 vs Kentucky vs Appalachian State-1 at Georgia State-2 vs Lipscomb-1 vs Appalachian State-2 ALABAMA A&M-1 ALABAMA A&M-2 at #16 Stanford vs North Dakota State-1 vs UC-Davis-2 vs Colorado State vs #22 Texas A&M-1 vs Miss. Valley State-2 at East Carolina-1 at East Carolina-2 at East Carolina MISS. VALLEY STATE-1 MISS. VALLEY STATE-2 HOUSTON-1 HOUSTON-2 HOUSTON at UTEP-1 at UTEP-2 at UTEP TULSA-1 TULSA TULSA ALABAMA STATE-1 ALABAMA STATE-2 at Marshall-1 at Marshall-1 TENNESSEE STATE-1 TENNESSEE STATE-2 vs Arkansas UCF-1 UCF-2 UCF UAB-1 UAB-2 at Southern Miss-1 at Southern Miss-2 at Southern Miss at East Carolina vs Chattanooga at #3 Alabama vs Chattanooga

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

r-h-e / r-h-e Inns 3-2-1 / 0-0-0 7 5-7-1 / 6-5-0 7 7-6-1 / 3-7-2 (8) 6-7-4 / 7-12-4 7 3-5-0 / 2-5-1 7 1-4-1 / 0-2-0 7 3-9-0 / 2-5-0 7 1-2-0 / 0-2-1 7 1-3-0 / 0-6-3 7 8-10-0 / 0-3-3 5 9-9-2 / 0-1-0 5 2-5-1 / 1-6-0 7 0-5-3 / 2-4-0 7 8-7-1 / 3-6-2 7 4-7-1 / 3-8-1 (8) 0-2-0 / 1-2-0 (9) 5-0-2 / 1-3-4 7 1-2-1 / 4-4-0 7 2-3-0 / 1-5-1 7 1-5-2 / 0-1-0 7 8-6-0 / 0-0-5 5 2-3-1 / 0-5-3 7 1-1-2 / 7-8-0 7 0-1-1 / 8-9-1 5 2-2-0 / 0-1-2 7 5-7-2 / 3-6-1 7 13-9-0 / 3-5-2 5 15-14-1 / 6-6-0 6 1-0-1 / 4-3-0 7 1-5-2 / 2-10-1 (8) 0-2-3 / 7-10-0 7 7-12-0 / 0-2-3 7 12-15-0 / 4-5-1 6 10-10-0 / 3-5-5 7 7-11-0 / 4-8-5 7 7-12-0 / 2-5-1 7 8-12-1 / 0-0-2 5 14-15-1 / 2-2-0 6 3-3-0 / 0-3-2 7 4-9-0 / 1-6-1 7 8-9-0 / 0-2-1 5 2-4-1 / 4-5-1 7 1-6-0 / 0-5-0 7 4-6-0 / 1-3-3 7 4-5-1 / 3-5-3 7 3-8-1 / 1-4-0 7 1-3-2 / 5-6-0 7 4-13-3 / 1-1-2 7 1-4-0 / 7-9-0 7 1-4-0 / 2-5-0 7

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

C-USA Pitcher of record Attend 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 1-0) - 0-0-0 CARLEY, L. (L 0-1) 686 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 2-0) - 0-0-0 VALLE, J. (L 0-1) 699 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 3-0) 493 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 4-0) - 0-0-0 VALLE, J. (W 1-1) 187 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 5-0) - 0-0-0 VALLE, J. (W 2-1) 141 0-0-0 ROBERTS, E. (W 1-0) - 0-0-0 CARLEY, L. (W 1-1) 177 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 6-0) 519 0-0-0 VALLE, J. (L 2-2) - 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 7-0) 689 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 8-0) 492 0-0-0 HUMMEL, C. (L 8-1) - 0-0-0 VALLE, J. (W 3-2) 125 0-1-0 HUMMEL, C. (L 8-2) - 1-1-0 CARLEY, L. (W 2-1) 437 2-1-0 VALLE, J. (W 4-2) 332 2-1-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 9-2) - 2-1-0 ROBERTS, E. (W 2-0) 171 2-2-0 HUMMEL, C. (L 9-3) - 2-3-0 CARLEY, L. (L 2-2) 293 3-3-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 10-3) 209 4-3-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 11-3) - 5-3-0 CARLEY, L. (W 3-2) 503 6-3-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 12-3) 329 6-4-0 HUMMEL, C. (L 12-4) - 6-5-0 CARLEY, L. (L 3-3) 227 6-6-0 CARLEY, L. (L 3-4) 153 6-6-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 13-4) - 6-6-0 ROBERTS, E. (W 3-0) 133 7-6-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 14-4) 116 8-6-0 CARLEY, L. (W 4-4) 123 8-6-0 CARLEY, L. (W 5-4) - 8-6-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 15-4) 119 8-6-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 16-4) 600 9-6-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 17-4) - 10-6-0 VALLE, J. (W 5-2) 271 11-6-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 18-4) 259 11-7-0 HUMMEL, C. (L 18-5) - 12-7-0 VALLE, J. (W 6-2) 327 13-7-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 19-5) - 14-7-0 CARLEY, L. (W 6-4) 424 15-7-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 20-5) 397 15-7-0 HUMMEL, C. (L 20-6) 594 15-7-0 HUMMEL, C. (W 21-6) 1527 15-7-0 HUMMEL, C. (L 21-7) 1958 15-7-0 HUMMEL, C. (L 21-8) 2075

& FIU Combat Classic (FIU - Miami, Fla.) $ Panther Invitational (Georgia State - Atlanta, Ga.) # Stanford Nike Invitational (Stanford - Palo Alto, Calif.) % Bulldog Classic (Mississippi State - Starkville, Miss.) ^ Conference USA Championship (East Carolina - Greenville, N.C.) ~ NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional (Alabama - Tuscaloosa, Ala.) * = Conference game () extra inning game

University of Memphis

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Time 1:36 2:01 2:27 2:36 2:04 1:27 1:43 1:22 1:24 1:17 1:03 1:42 1:48 2:02 1:58 1:53 1:56 1:48 1:55 1:44 1:18 1:50 2:04 1:20 1:41 2:14 2:12 2:30 1:50 2:09 1:55 1:31 1:36 2:18 2:29 1:54 1:27 1:52 1:34 1:43 1:14 1:40 1:52 1:53 1:47 1:52 2:21 1:58 2:14 1:58

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Memphis 3, North Florida 0 Feb. 11, 2011 v Miami, Fla.

Feb. 11, 2011 v Miami, Fla.

2011 University of Memphis Softball North Florida vs Memphis (Game 1) Feb 11, 2011 at Miami, Fla. (FIU Softball Complex) North Florida 0 (0-1) ab

HENDRIX cf BROSKY lf/2b POLLACK dp TORRE 1b BAILEY 3b DILL ss KRAUS pr THOMAS rf McADAM pr REESE c SOMEYA 2b REYNOLDS ph/lf RADKE p Totals Score by Innings North Florida Memphis

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Kentucky

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Hillman lf Goodchild cf Herron ss Carrillo 1b Spears pr Shepherd dp Saalfeld pr Coletta 3b Mills rf Longworth c Mott pr Pecina 2b Kelly p Nichols p Totals

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Memphis

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Hummel, Carly W,2-0

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Ohio State

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Kelly L,1-1 Nichols

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Rachel Riley L,1-1 Chanda Bell

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HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (DeMartine); by Bell (PALMIERI, A.); by HUMMEL, C. (Cervantes); by HUMMEL, C. (Jolly, E.). Inherited runners/scored: Bell 2/0. Pitches/strikes: Riley 53/31; Bell 66/44; HUMMEL, C. 134/83. Umpires Start: 11:36 am Time: 2:04 Attendance: 493

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Hummel, Carly W,3-0

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125 12

Feb. 19 2011 v Atlanta, Ga.

Appalachian State 0 (1-7) ab

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ab

Katie Boyd dp Sarah Rappe cf Meghan Smith 3b Allie Cashion lf Hannah Dow 1b Michelle Lighton c Phillips,M. ss Megan Remielak 2b Hayley Grabner rf Michelle Gorzelle ph/rf Louise Gibson p Totals

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Louise Gibson L,0-2

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Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 81/58; Gibson 107/66. Umpires - HP: Eric Philbert 1B: Charlie Stevens 3B: Larry McCaden Start: 1:30 pm Time: 1:27 Attendance: Weather: Clear skies, 72 degrees

WP - CARLEY, L.. HBP - by ROBERTS, E. (Burri, Kayla). BK - ROBERTS, E.. PB - Welch, Jenny. Inherited runners/scored: VALLE, J. 2/1; CARLEY, L. 2/2; Gniadek, Jen 1/0. Pitches/strikes: ROBERTS, E. 27/13; VALLE, J. 83/50; CARLEY, L. 11/6; Dawson, Mari 63/39; Gniadek, Jen 54/29; McClain, Ash 14/9. Umpires Start: 1:34 pm Time: 2:36 Attendance: 699 Dawson, Mari faced 1 batter in the 5th. VALLE, J. faced 3 batters in the 7th. CARLEY, L. faced 2 batters in the 7th.

University of Memphis

1

E - McKINLEY, M.(1). DP - MEM 1. LOB - MEM 5; ASU 1. 2B - CHESTER, K.(1). 3B - MOTT, H.(1). SH PRESTRIDGE,(2). SB - BERNARDINO,(2); McKINLEY, M.(3). Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; KASSNER, K.; KING, A.; CHESTER, K.; GORANSON, L.; Boyd; Rappe 2; Smith; Lighton; Phillips,M.; Grabner; Gorzelle. Walks - KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A..

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Marshall, Alex cf Prestridge, Keanah c Goranson, Libby ph Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Lindahl, Amber ph Hummel, Carly p Totals

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Score by Innings Memphis Appalachian State

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2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs Appalachian State (Game 1) Feb 19, 2011 at Atlanta, Ga. (Bob Heck Field)

ab

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Goranson, Libby ph Hargrove, Ijiah pr/dp Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Marshall, Alex pr Moreno, Nikki c Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Hummel, Carly p Totals

0 2

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WP - HUMMEL, C.; Nichols 3. Inherited runners/scored: Kelly 2/2; Nichols 1/1. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 126/88; Kelly 125/86; Nichols 12/4. Umpires - HP: Mike Finch 1B: Ed Riggan 3B: Matt Dunbar Start: 10:46 am Time: 2:27 Attendance: Nichols faced 2 batters in the 8th.

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57

E - Dill. LOB - UK 10; MEM 7. 2B - Dill. HR - McKINLEY, M.. HBP - DeMartine; Jolly, E.; Cervantes; PALMIERI, A.. SH - Jolly, E.. SB - Rowlands; MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M. 2. CS - HARGROVE, I.. Strikeouts - Yocke; DeMartine; Jolly, E.; Cervantes; Silence; Rowlands; Dill; MOTT, H.; KASSNER, K.; HARGROVE, I.; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K. 2; KING, A.. Walks - Yocke 2; Weaver; Carroll; MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; KING, A.; MORENO, N..

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E - MOTT, H.; Coletta; Kelly. LOB - MEM 6; OSU 8. 2B - PALMIERI, A.; Carrillo. HR - Pecina. SH McKINLEY, M.. SB - MOTT, H.. Strikeouts - McKINLEY, M.; KASSNER, K.; CHESTER, K.; PRESTRIDGE,; PALMIERI, A. 2; MORENO, N.; Goodchild 2; Carrillo 2. Walks - MOTT, H.; KASSNER, K. 2; PHILLIPS, J.; Hillman; Shepherd; Longworth.

Feb. 13, 2011 v Miami, Fla.

Megan Yocke c Meagan Aull cf Samantha DeMartine 1b Emily Jolly 2b/lf Brittany Cervantes 3b Rachel Riley p Erika Silence rf Ellen Weaver ph/rf Annie Rowlands lf Ginny Carroll ph Krystal Smith ph/2b Lauren Cumbess dp Kara Dill ss Alice O'Brien rf Chanda Bell p Totals

E 4 4

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Player

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 4

E - MOTT, H. 2; PRESTRIDGE,; PALMIERI, A.; Alfonso, Jes; Peller, Beth; Arcuri, Erik; Dawson, Mari. LOB - MEM 8; FIU 9. 2B - Rojas, Brie. HBP - Burri, Kayla. SH - MOTT, H.; PRESTRIDGE,; KING, A.. SF - MOTT, H.. SB - BERNARDINO,; PALMIERI, A.; Peller, Beth; Slowik, Rach. Strikeouts - BERNARDINO,; McKINLEY, M. 3; KASSNER, K.; PHILLIPS, J. 2; PRESTRIDGE,; PALMIERI, A. 2; Arcuri, Erik. Walks - BERNARDINO,; KASSNER, K. 2; PHILLIPS, J.; Alfonso, Jes; Welch, Jenny; Peller, Beth; Slowik, Rach. Memphis

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Kentucky 2 (3-1) 3 3 4 4 3 0 3 3 3 0 3 0 0 29

Note: None out, 2 runners LOB when the game ended.

Roberts, Ellen Valle, Janelle L,0-1 Carley, Lauren

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2011 University of Memphis Softball Kentucky vs Memphis Feb 13, 2011 at Miami, Fla. (FIU Softball Complex)

ab

Alfonso, Jes 3b Burri, Kayla ss McClain, Ash rf/p Rojas, Brie 2b Welch, Jenny c Horne, Megan pr Peller, Beth cf Slowik, Rach 1b/rf Zavala, Patt dp/1b Casals, Alex pr Arcuri, Erik lf Dawson, Mari p Gniadek, Jen p Totals

0 4

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3 2 1 0 1 0 3 4 3 1 1 2 1 22

WP - VALLE, J.; CARLEY, L.. HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (MATHEWS). BK - HUMMEL, C.. PB - MATHEWS. Inherited runners/scored: CARLEY, L. 1/1; HUMMEL, C. 2/1. Pitches/strikes: VALLE, J. 58/35; CARLEY, L. 57/32; HUMMEL, C. 14/8; BROWN 122/83. Umpires - HP: Oliver 1B: Bloat 3B: Dolan Start: 1:20 pm Time: 2:01 Attendance: 686 Weather: 72 degrees, mostly sunny VALLE, J. faced 1 batter in the 4th.

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SB Score by Innings Memphis FIU

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DePaul

FIU 7 (1-2) ab

ab

MOROCCO cf CIEZKI 3b VERDUN 1b CORONADO pr MATHEWS c MADIGAN pr YNIGUEZ ss BROWN p DODD lf BRADEN 2b MORGAN ph PLESE rf BRAGET ph Totals

1

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at FIU (Game 2) Feb 12, 2011 at Miami, Fla. (FIU Softball Complex)

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Marshall, Alex pr Phillips, Jessica 1b Lindahl, Amber pr Chester, Kamri cf Prestridge, Keanah c Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Hargrove, Ijiah rf King, Ashleigh rf Roberts, Ellen p Valle, Janelle p Carley, Lauren p Totals

Memphis 7 (2-1)

Player

0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

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Memphis

np

3

Feb. 12, 2011 v Miami, Fla.

Player

1 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

E - VALLE, J.. DP - MEM 1. LOB - MEM 6; DPU 9. HR - MOTT, H.; PHILLIPS, J. 2; MATHEWS. HBP MATHEWS. SH - MOROCCO; BRADEN. Strikeouts - McKINLEY, M.; KASSNER, K. 2; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K.; PALMIERI, A.; MARSHALL, A.; MOROCCO; YNIGUEZ; BROWN 2; MORGAN. Walks - KASSNER, K. 2; MORENO, N.; CIEZKI 2; VERDUN 3; MATHEWS 2; YNIGUEZ.

FIU 7, Memphis 6

Memphis 6 (2-2)

h rbi

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HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (THOMAS). PB - REESE; PRESTRIDGE,. Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: RADKE 101/57; HUMMEL, C. 113/76. Umpires - HP: Riggan 1B: Dunbar 3B: Finch Start: 9 am Time: 1:36 Attendance: Weather: Mostly cloudy

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf Prestridge, Keanah c Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Marshall, Alex rf Moreno, Nikki ph Valle, Janelle p Carley, Lauren p Hummel, Carly p Totals

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2

E 0 1

6.0

Feb. 12, 2011 v Miami, Fla. 2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs #22 Ohio State (Game 1) Feb 12, 2011 at Miami, Fla. (FIU Softball Complex)

DePaul 6 (2-0)

Player

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E - HARGROVE, I.. DP - MEM 1. LOB - UNF 5; MEM 3. HBP - THOMAS. SH - DILL; SOMEYA; HARGROVE, I.. CS - HARGROVE, I.. Strikeouts - HENDRIX 2; BROSKY 2; POLLACK; TORRE 3; KASSNER, K.; CHESTER, K. 2; PALMIERI, A. 2. Walks - BAILEY; DILL; REESE 2; BERNARDINO,; McKINLEY, M.; KASSNER, K.; GORANSON, L..

RADKE L,0-1

Memphis 7, #22 Ohio State 3 (8)

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs DePaul (Game 2) Feb 11, 2011 at Miami, Fla. (FIU Softball Complex)

Memphis 3 (1-0)

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DePaul 6, Memphis 5

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports 7

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Memphis 3, Georgia State 2 Feb. 19, 2011 v Atlanta, Ga.

Feb. 20, 2011 v Atlanta, Ga.

2011 University of Memphis Softball Georgia State at Memphis (Game 2) Feb 19, 2011 at Atlanta, Ga. (Bob Heck Field) Georgia State 2 (5-2) ab

Clifton, Jessica cf Phillips, Whitney 2b Jones, Lauren 1b Nowacki, Paige ss Mason, Audrey dp Bess, Tiffany lf Althafer, Emily c Sparks, Chelsea 3b Williams, Carrie rf Langford, McCall p Collins, Erin p Totals

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Score by Innings Georgia State Memphis

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

Lipscomb 0 (2-6)

Player

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

ab

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Marshall, Alex pr Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Prestridge, Keanah c Moreno, Nikki ph Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Carley, Lauren p Valle, Janelle p Hummel, Carly p Totals

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Carley, Lauren Valle, Janelle W,1-1 Hummel, Carly S,1

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Score by Innings Lipscomb Memphis

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Player

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ab

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Moreno, Nikki c Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Goranson, Libby ph Hummel, Carly p Totals

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KIHNL, Whitney L,2-4

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Phillips, Jessica 1b Lindahl, Amber c King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Valle, Janelle p Totals

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E - Phillips,M.; Grabner; Wainright. DP - ASU 2; MEM 1. LOB - ASU 7; MEM 5. SH - Rappe. SB Grabner. CS - MOTT, H.(1). Strikeouts - Lighton; Rembielak. Walks - Smith; Phillips,M.; McKINLEY, M.; KASSNER, K.; PHILLIPS, J.. Appalachian State

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3 2 0

Memphis 1 (7-2) ab

Katie Boyd 3b Sarah Rappe cf Meghan Smith dp Allie Cashion lf Michelle Lighton c Hannah Dow 1b Phillips,M. ss Megan Remielak 2b Hayley Grabner rf Caitlin Wainright p Totals

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

E - BILLINGTON(2). DP - LIP 1. LOB - LIP 3; MEM 4. 2B - THURMAN(1). HR - MOTT, H.(2). HBP McKINLEY, M.; KASSNER, K. 2. CS - McKINLEY, M.(1). Strikeouts - THURMAN; MEDINA; STURDIVANT; BEGLE 2; KIHNL; BERNARDINO, 2; KASSNER, K.; PHILLIPS, J. 2; CHESTER, K. 2; KING, A.; MORENO, N.; PALMIERI, A.; GORANSON, L.. Walks - MASON; BERNARDINO,; MOTT, H..

24 27 1 1 ab

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BILLINGTON, Courtney ss THURMAN, Breanna cf MITCHELL, Mollie c MEDINA, Vanessa 1b MASON, Caroline rf STURDIVANT, Kristen dp COTHRON, Rena 3b BEGLE, Bridgette 2b KIHNL, Whitney p TUCKER, Mackenzie lf Totals

E 0 0

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Feb. 20, 2011 v Atlanta, Ga. 2011 University of Memphis Softball Appalachian State vs Memphis (Game 2) Feb 20, 2011 at Atlanta, Ga. (Bob Heck Field)

Memphis 1 (6-2)

Player

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

LOB - GSU 3; MEM 7. 2B - CHESTER, K.(2). HR - Bess, T.(1). HBP - KASSNER, K.. SB - BERNARDINO,; KING, A.(1); PALMIERI, A.(2). Strikeouts - Clifton, J.; Jones, L.; Mason, A. 2; Bess, T.; Althafer, E.; Sparks, C. 2; BERNARDINO,; McKINLEY, M. 2; PHILLIPS, J.; KING, A.; PRESTRIDGE,; MORENO, N.. Walks - MOTT, H.; KING, A.. Georgia State

Memphis 1, Appalachian State 0

2011 University of Memphis Softball Lipscomb vs Memphis (Game 1) Feb 20, 2011 at Atlanta, Ga. (Bob Heck Field)

Memphis 3 (4-4)

Player

9

Memphis 1, Lipscomb 0

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2011 Box Scores

HBP - by KIHNL (KASSNER, K.); by KIHNL (McKINLEY, M.); by KIHNL (KASSNER, K.). PB - MITCHELL(1). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: KIHNL 96/63; HUMMEL, C. 109/75. Umpires - HP: Larry McCaden 1B: Eric Philbert 3B: Tim Smith Start: 9 am Time: 1:22 Attendance: Weather: 55 degrees under cloudy skies

WP - Wainright. Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: Wainright 78/53; VALLE, J. 106/67. Umpires - HP: Tim Smith 1B: Larry McCaden 3B: Bob Wood Start: 1:30 pm Time: 1:24 Attendance: 141 Weather: 70 degrees, mostly cloudy

10

SB

HBP - by Langford, M. (KASSNER, K.). Inherited runners/scored: Collins, E. 1/0. Pitches/strikes: Langford, M. 105/70; Collins, E. 6/3; CARLEY, L. 46/31; VALLE, J. 30/21; HUMMEL, C. 20/12. Umpires - HP: Frank Holcomb 1B: Larry McCaden 3B: Tim Smith Start: 3:45 pm Time: 1:43 Attendance: 187 Weather: Clear skies, 72 degrees

11

Memphis 8, Alabama A&M 0 (5) Feb. 23, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

Feb. 23, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

2011 University of Memphis Softball Alabama A&M at Memphis (Game 1) Feb 23, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx) Alabama A&M 0 (0-5) ab

GRUBBS,Raven lf NORTON,Nicole ss RILEY,Jasmin 3b DEADWYLER,Corissa 1b REMBERT,Nikkea dp KERSTEN,Vanessa c WHITE,Britney rf POE,LaQueesha cf WARD,Fayesha 2b BROWN,Cassandra p Totals Score by Innings Alabama A&M Memphis

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Alabama A&M 0 (0-6)

Player

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ab

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b King, Ashleigh rf Roberts, Ellen p Hargrove, Ijiah pr Goranson, Libby 1b Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Marshall, Alex cf Kassner, Kailey ph Totals R 0 8

H 3 10

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GRUBBS,Raven 2b NORTON,Nicole ss RILEY,Jasmin c DEADWYLER,Corissa 1b REMBERT,Nikkea 3b KERSTEN,Vanessa p WHITE,Britney rf POE,LaQueesha cf WARD,Fayesha lf Totals

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Alabama A&M

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Roberts, Ellen W,1-0

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HBP - by BROWN,Cassan (GORANSON, L.). PB - KERSTEN,Vane. Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: BROWN,Cassan 89/52; ROBERTS, E. 67/35. Umpires - HP: Al Langein 2B: Bill Laveck Start: 2 p.m. Time: 1:17 Attendance: Weather: 48 degrees, cloudy

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KERSTEN,Vanessa L,0-2

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Hassman, Sarah cf Hansen, Ashley ss Rich, Jenna 2b Miller, Danielle dp Gerhart, Teagan p Koutz, Melisa 1b Burns, Maya c Millwood, Jamie ph Becerra, Jenna 3b Van Zandt, Alix ph Hanewich, Corey lf Edwards, Jaquilyn ph Pura, Caitlyn rf Totals

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E - McKINLEY, M.(2). LOB - Memphis 6; Stanford 9. 2B - BERNARDINO,(2); Hansen. HR - PHILLIPS, J.(4). HBP - BERNARDINO,; Hassman. SH - MOTT, H.(2). SB - BERNARDINO,(4); Hassman. Strikeouts - McKINLEY, M. 2; KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A.; PRESTRIDGE,; GORANSON, L.; Gerhart, T. 2; Becerra; Van Zandt; Hanewich 2. Walks - KASSNER, K.; KING, A.; Hassman; Gerhart, T.. Memphis

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Hummel, Carly W,6-0

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Stanford

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Hargrove, Ijiah pr Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Goranson, Libby ph Marshall, Alex cf Moreno, Nikki ph Hummel, Carly p Totals

E 0 2

4.0

Stanford 1 (8-3)

Player

0 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 9

E - HARGROVE, I.; LINDAHL, A.. LOB - AAMU 2; MEM 1. 2B - BERNARDINO,; KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A.. 3B - HARGROVE, I.. HR - MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; PHILLIPS, J.. HBP - KASSNER, K.. SH REMBERT,Nikk; KERSTEN,Vane. CS - GRUBBS,Raven. Strikeouts - RILEY,Jasmin; REMBERT,Nikk; WHITE,Britne 2; POE,LaQueesh; WARD,Fayesha; MOSBY, M.. Walks - DEADWYLER,Co; PALMIERI, A..

E - NORTON,Nicol 2; DEADWYLER,Co. DP - AAMU 1; MEM 1. LOB - AAMU 2; MEM 5. 2B - DEADWYLER,Co; McKINLEY, M.; GORANSON, L.; PALMIERI, A. 2. 3B - MOTT, H.. HBP - GORANSON, L.. SB - McKINLEY, M. 3; HARGROVE, I.. CS - POE,LaQueesh. Strikeouts - GRUBBS,Raven; NORTON,Nicol; WHITE,Britne 2; MARSHALL, A.. Walks - RILEY,Jasmin; POE,LaQueesh; WARD,Fayesha; KING, A..

BROWN,Cassandra L,0-3

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie cf Mosby, Morgan ph Kassner, Kailey dp Moreno, Nikki ph Phillips, Jessica 1b Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Hargrove, Ijiah 3b Lindahl, Amber c Marshall, Alex rf Carley, Lauren p Totals R 0 9

Note: 2 outs, 0 runners LOB when the game ended.

Feb. 25 2011 v Palo Alto, Calif.

Memphis 2 (10-2)

Player

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Memphis 2, #16 Stanford 1

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at #16 Stanford Feb 25, 2011 at Palo Alto, Calif. (Smith Family Stadium)

2011 University of Memphis Softball Alabama A&M at Memphis (Game 2) Feb 23, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

Memphis 8 (8-2)

Player

12

Memphis 9, Alabama A&M 0 (5)

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89

Memphis np

Carley, Lauren W,1-1

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14 17

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Gerhart, Teagan L,4-3

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67

HBP - by KERSTEN,Vane (KASSNER, K.). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: KERSTEN,Vane 69/40; CARLEY, L. 71/43. Umpires - HP: Bill Laveck 1B: Al Langein Start: 3:37 pm Time: 1:03 Attendance: 177 Weather: cloudy

University of Memphis

2012

HBP - by Gerhart, T. (BERNARDINO,); by HUMMEL, C. (Hassman). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 114/83; Gerhart, T. 106/72. Umpires - HP: Bill Plante 1B: Ron Burkhart 3B: Leon Johnson Start: 1:39 pm Time: 1:42 Attendance: 519 Weather: 51 deg, mstly cldy, NW 14 mph

Tigers Spring Sports Fact Book

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North Dakota State 2, Memphis 0 Feb. 26, 2011 v Palo Alto, Calif.

Feb. 26, 2011 v Palo Alto, Calif.

2011 University of Memphis Softball North Dakota State vs Memphis (Game 1) Feb 26, 2011 at Palo Alto, Calif. (Smith Family Stadium) North Dakota State 2 (6-8) Player

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2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs UC-Davis (Game 2) Feb 26, 2011 at Palo Alto, Calif. (Smith Family Stadium)

Memphis 0 (10-3) ab

Nicole Rivera ss Elisa Victa lf Brea Konz 3b Taylor Mortensen cf Richel Briones rf Brittany McCray ph Jamie Gay 1b Jenina Ortega c Cristina Borek ph Brandi Enriquez 2b Kristina Victa dp Whitney Johnson p Totals

h rbi

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

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

Memphis 8 (11-3)

Player

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

ab

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b/cf Kassner, Kailey dp Phillips, Jessica 1b Goranson, Libby 1b Mosby, Morgan pr King, Ashleigh rf Hargrove, Ijiah 3b Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Lindahl, Amber c Prestridge, Keanah c Marshall, Alex cf/rf Valle, Janelle p Carley, Lauren p Totals

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1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 5

North Dakota State

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Memphis

SB

Valle, Janelle L,2-2 Carley, Lauren

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Memphis

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Hummel, Carly W,7-0 UC-Davis

Thweatt, Jessica L,3-3 Holmes, Alex Cochran, Kasie

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Score by Innings Memphis Texas A&M

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Villarreal, Natalie 2b Albus, Emily rf Tysarczyk, Cassie rf Kliesing, Rhiannon 1b May, Meagan c Schwirtlich, Lauren pr Garza, Amber 3b Spittler, Kelsey lf Dumezich, Melissa dp/ss Tovar, Andrea pr Orsak, Kelsea cf Walker, Brittany ss/dp Sisk, Lindsey p Totals

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Texas A&M

Sisk, Lindsey W,6-2

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Score by Innings Memphis Miss. Valley State

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BK - HUMMEL, C. 2(3); Sisk(1). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 151/90; Sisk 105/67. Umpires - HP: Frank Solorio 1B: Todd Davis 3B: Shane Jackson Start: 9:54 am Time: 1:53 Attendance: Weather: 43 deg, cloudy, NW 6 mph

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica dp Mosby, Morgan dp King, Ashleigh rf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Goranson, Libby 1b Hargrove, Ijiah pr Prestridge, Keanah c Kassner, Kailey ph Marshall, Alex cf Moreno, Nikki ph Carley, Lauren p Hummel, Carly p Totals Score by Innings Memphis Colorado State

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ROBERTS, Lyssa dp STEM, Caitlan ss POHL, Emily c BUTTERFIELD, Kendal pr BIGLOW, Chelsea 3b GRECKEL, Alysa 1b DOUGHTY, Morghan rf DONAHUE, Brianna lf MOSSER, Cassandra 2b ALLEN, Ivory cf CASH, Alexa p Totals

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E - MOTT, H.(4); POHL, Emily. DP - CS 1. LOB - Memphis 5; CS 11. 2B - McKINLEY, M.(2). HR POHL, Emily 2. HBP - ROBERTS, Lys; POHL, Emily. SH - BERNARDINO,(1). SF - PHILLIPS, J.(1). SB PALMIERI, A.(3). CS - MOTT, H.(2). Strikeouts - BERNARDINO,; PHILLIPS, J.; KING, A.; PALMIERI, A. 2; GORANSON, L.; MORENO, N.; ROBERTS, Lys; STEM, Caitla; POHL, Emily; BIGLOW, Chel 2; GRECKEL, Aly; DOUGHTY, Mor 2; DONAHUE, Bri; ALLEN, Ivory. Walks - McKINLEY, M.; GORANSON, L.; MARSHALL, A.; BIGLOW, Chel; ALLEN, Ivory.

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11 92

Memphis

Colorado State

CASH, Alexa L,0-4

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HOLMES,Brianna cf HARRIS,Rachelle 2b DAVIS,Cortney lf BRASS,Rashundra lf/2b ROBERTSON,Alexandria 3b LADNER,Shana 1b BURR,Nicole c PEARL,Devyn dp/p HOBBS,Ashley rf LOCK,Jamie ph PARADA,Diana ss PLEASANT,Taylor p/dp Totals

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np 151 np 105

Memphis

Valle, Janelle W,3-2 Miss. Valley State

PLEASANT,Taylor L,1-1 PEARL,Devyn

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HBP - by PLEASANT,T. (BERNARDINO,). BK - PLEASANT,T.(1). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: VALLE, J. 130/83; PLEASANT,T. 77/36; PEARL,Devyn 52/25. Umpires - HP: Todd Davis 1B: Shane Jackson 3B: Frank Solorio Start: 2:12 pm Time: 1:56 Attendance: 125

University of Memphis

2012

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East Carolina 4, Memphis 1 Mar. 12 2011 v Greenville, N.C.

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East Carolina 4 (19-6,1-0 C-USA)

ab

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Kassner, Kailey dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Lindahl, Amber c Marshall, Alex cf Hummel, Carly p Valle, Janelle p Totals Score by Innings Memphis East Carolina

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2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at East Carolina (Game 1) Mar 12, 2011 at Greenville, N.C. (ECU Softball Stadium)

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6.0 2.0

HBP - by CARLEY, L. (ROBERTS, Lys); by HUMMEL, C. (POHL, Emily). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: CARLEY, L. 94/62; HUMMEL, C. 34/19; CASH, Alexa 124/73. Umpires - HP: Ron Burkhart 1B: Bill Plante 3B: Ed Cooper Start: 11:40 am Time: 1:58 Attendance: 492 Weather: 53 deg, Fair, E 9 mph

Mar. 6, 2011 v Starkville, Miss.

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OSHIRO, Kristi ss LEE, Rebecca dp RIGGS, Suzanne lf JIMENEZ, Sissy 1b LEWIS, Jordan rf FIELDHOUSE, Alex 3b MEDINA, Mahrisch cf CLARK, Kai c JELNICK, Jill 2b PAISLEY, Toni p Totals

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E - HUMMEL, C.(1). DP - ECU 1. LOB - MEM 2; ECU 2. 2B - KING, A.(2); Oshiro(4); Clark(4). 3B Lee(2). SH - PRESTRIDGE,(3); Fieldhouse(5). CS - Oshiro(3). Strikeouts - BERNARDINO,; MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M. 2; PHILLIPS, J. 2; KASSNER, K. 2; PALMIERI, A.; LINDAHL, A.; MARSHALL, A.; Lee; Riggs 2; Lewis; Fieldhouse; Jelnick. Walks - MOTT, H.; PALMIERI, A.; Oshiro; Lewis.

E - HARGROVE, I.(3); PALMIERI, A.(3); HARRIS,R.(2); ROBERTSON,A.(2); BURR,Nicole(2); PEARL,Devyn(1). LOB - Memphis 9; MVSW 5. 3B - PARADA,D.(1). HBP - BERNARDINO,. SH - PALMIERI, A.(1); MARSHALL, A.(1); ROBERTSON,A.(1). SB - BERNARDINO,(5). Strikeouts - PHILLIPS, J.; LINDAHL, A.; HOLMES,B. 3; ROBERTSON,A. 2; LADNER,Shana; HOBBS,Ashley; LOCK,J.; PARADA,D.. Walks - BERNARDINO, 2; HARGROVE, I.; KING, A. 2; KASSNER, K. 2; PALMIERI, A.; MARSHALL, A.; DAVIS,C.; PEARL,Devyn.

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Colorado State 3 (3-11)

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

Memphis 5, Mississippi Valley State 1

Bernardino, Lelani lf Hargrove, Ijiah 3b Mascarenas, Cheyenne ph/ Mott, Heather ss Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Kassner, Kailey dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Lindahl, Amber c Roberts, Ellen ph Marshall, Alex cf Goranson, Libby ph Valle, Janelle p Totals

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

LOB - Memphis 7; TAMU 7. SH - HARGROVE, I.(2); MOTT, H.(3); LINDAHL, A.(1). SB - Villarreal(5). Strikeouts - BERNARDINO,; KASSNER, K.; PHILLIPS, J.; KING, A.; PALMIERI, A.; MARSHALL, A.; GORANSON, L.; Villarreal; Albus 3; Tysarczyk; Kliesing 3; Garza 3; Spittler 2; Dumezich 2; Orsak 3; Sisk. Walks - BERNARDINO,; MOTT, H.; PALMIERI, A.; Villarreal; May; Sisk 2. Memphis

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Hummel, Carly L,8-1

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Memphis 5 (13-4)

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2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs Miss. Valley State (Game 2) Mar 06, 2011 at Starkville, Miss. (MSU Softball Field)

Texas A&M 1 (14-5) ab

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Holmes, Alex dp/p Wagoner, JJ cf/c Gonzalez, Jessica 3b Schulze, Kelly 1b Chavez, Desiree pr Wagner, Chandler 2b/lf Zimmerman, Heather lf Santana, Elizabeth ss Castillo, Bianca rf Fan, Kylie rf Harman, Kelly lf/2b Bagsic, Mariah ph Miller, Rachel c Guzman, Megan cf Thweatt, Jessica p Cochran, Kasie p Totals

4 0

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs #22 Texas A&M (Game 1) Mar 06, 2011 at Starkville, Miss. (MSU Softball Field)

Bernardino, Lelani lf Hargrove, Ijiah 3b Moreno, Nikki ph Mott, Heather ss Kassner, Kailey dp Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Mosby, Morgan pr Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Lindahl, Amber c Marshall, Alex cf Goranson, Libby ph Hummel, Carly p Totals

Memphis 4 (12-3)

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WP - HUMMEL, C.(2). HBP - by Thweatt (BERNARDINO,); by HUMMEL, C. (Gonzalez). Inherited runners/scored: Holmes 2/2. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 109/82; Thweatt 11/3; Holmes 92/54; Cochran 34/17. Umpires - HP: Bill Plante 1B: Ron Burckhart 3B: Randy Goudy Start: 8:45 pm Time: 2:02 Attendance: 689 Weather: 42 deg, fair, WNW 10 mph Thweatt faced 3 batters in the 1st.

Mar. 6, 2011 v Starkville, Miss.

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Feb. 27, 2011 v Palo Alto, Calif.

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#22 Texas A&M 1, Memphis 0 (9)

Memphis 0 (12-4)

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E - BERNARDINO,(1); Schulze; Miller. LOB - Memphis 4; UC-Davis 5. 2B - KING, A.(1); Schulze. HR - McKINLEY, M.(3). HBP - BERNARDINO,; Gonzalez. SH - PHILLIPS, J.(1). SF - KING, A.(1); PALMIERI, A.(1). SB - McKINLEY, M.(7). Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; KING, A. 2; GORANSON, L. 2; MORENO, N.; Wagoner; Wagner; Zimmerman; Castillo; Harman 2; Bagsic. Walks - McKINLEY, M. 2; PHILLIPS, J.; KASSNER, K.; Holmes.

WP - Johnson 2. HBP - by Johnson (PALMIERI, A.); by VALLE, J. (Konz). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: Johnson 115/72; VALLE, J. 83/48; CARLEY, L. 40/24. Umpires - HP: Edward Cooper 1B: Leon Johnson 3B: Les Carr Start: 11:32 am Time: 1:48 Attendance: Weather: 45 deg, Sunny, N 5 mph

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica dp King, Ashleigh rf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Goranson, Libby 1b Moreno, Nikki c Kassner, Kailey ph Marshall, Alex cf Hummel, Carly p Totals

Memphis 4, Colorado State 3 (8)

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs Colorado State Feb 27, 2011 at Palo Alto, Calif. (Smith Family Stadium)

UC-Davis 3 (5-8)

Player

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E - McKINLEY, M.; PHILLIPS, J.; PALMIERI, A.. LOB - NDSU 9; Memphis 9. HBP - Konz; PALMIERI, A.. SH - Rivera; E.Victa 2; Ortega. CS - Rivera. Strikeouts - Mortensen; Briones 2; Gay; Ortega; Enriquez; K.Victa; MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M. 2; KASSNER, K.; PHILLIPS, J.; HARGROVE, I.; PALMIERI, A.; PRESTRIDGE,. Walks - E.Victa; Konz; Mortensen; Enriquez; BERNARDINO,; MOTT, H.; GORANSON, L..

Whitney Johnson W,3-2

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WP - HUMMEL, C.(3). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 82/53; VALLE, J. 27/18; Paisley 106/73. Umpires - HP: Maggie Christensen 1B: Tammy Cooper 3B: Doug Zimmerman Start: 1:00 pm Time: 1:48 Attendance: Weather: 57 Degrees, Clear

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Memphis 2, East Carolina 1 Mar. 12, 2011 v Greenville, N.C. 2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at East Carolina (Game 2) Mar 12, 2011 at Greenville, N.C. (ECU Softball Stadium)

Memphis 2 (14-5,1-1 C-USA) Player

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OSHIRO, Kristi ss LEE, Rebecca dp JIMENEZ, Sissy 1b MEGARGEL, Taylor pr LEWIS, Jordan rf RIGGS, Suzanne lf CLARK, Kai c WYNNE, Abby ph FIELDHOUSE, Alex 3b ROBBINS, Jasmine pr MEDINA, Mahrisch cf VELASQUEZ, Priscilla ph JELNICK, Jill 2b LOPEZ, Cicely ph SUTTON, Faith p Totals

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Memphis 1 (15-5,2-1 C-USA)

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Memphis

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Valle, Janelle W,4-2

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Kassner, Kailey dp Marshall, Alex pr Chester, Kamri cf Prestridge, Keanah c Roberts, Ellen p Carley, Lauren p Totals

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Miss. Valley State

Memphis

Roberts, Ellen W,2-0 Carley, Lauren S,1

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Mott, Heather ss Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Brown, Shanna pr Kassner, Kailey dp Mosby, Morgan pr Lindahl, Amber c Hargrove, Ijiah 3b McKinley, Maddie ph/3b Hummel, Carly p Totals R 0 8

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Memphis 8 (16-5) ab

CAMERON,Trenicea dp PARADA,Diana 2b BRASS,Rashundra lf ROBERTSON,Alexandria ss LADNER,Shana 1b PEARL,Devyn p BURR,Nicole c DAVIS,Cortney rf HOLMES,Brianna cf PLEASANT,Taylor 3b Totals

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E - PARADA,D. 2(8); ROBERTSON,A.(3); BURR,Nicole(3); DAVIS,C.(3). LOB - MVSW 1; Memphis 4. 2B KASSNER, K.(2). HR - BERNARDINO,(1); PHILLIPS, J. 2(6). CS - McKINLEY, M.(2). Strikeouts - CAMERON,T.; BRASS,R.; ROBERTSON,A.; LADNER,Shana; PEARL,Devyn; DAVIS,C.; HOLMES,B.; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K.. Walks - BRASS,R.; PALMIERI, A.; MOTT, H.; LINDAHL, A..

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Miss. Valley State

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Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: PEARL,Devyn 94/55; HUMMEL, C. 67/47. Umpires - HP: Donnie Blunt 1B: Robert Johnson 3B: Al Langbein Start: 4:00 pm Time: 1:18 Attendance: Weather: 64 deg, Ptly Clydy, S 5 mph

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BK - SPIVEY,Kim 2(9). Inherited runners/scored: SPIVEY,Kim 2/0. Pitches/strikes: PLEASANT,T. 81/41; SPIVEY,Kim 23/16; ROBERTS, E. 65/45; CARLEY, L. 47/31. Umpires - HP: Robert Johnson 1B: Al Langbien 3B: Donnie Blunt Start: 5:46 pm Time: 1:50 Attendance: 171 Weather: Fair PLEASANT,T. faced 2 batters in the 5th.

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Houston 7, Memphis 1 Mar. 19, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

Houston 8, Memphis 0 (5) Mar. 19 2011 v Memphis, Tenn. 2011 University of Memphis Softball Houston at Memphis (Game 2) Mar 19, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

Houston 8 (18-11,2-3 C-USA)

Memphis 1 (17-6,2-2 C-USA)

ab

ANDERSON, Holly 3b SHERMAN, Katy Beth rf LATHAN, Brooke ss LOTT, Baillie ph GABER, Reina dp OUTON, Haley c GREGSON, Melissa lf BRAZIL, Stesha 1b KLINKERT, Jennifer 2b JONES, Ashleigh cf CRABTREE, Amanda p Totals

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2011 University of Memphis Softball Houston at Memphis (Game 1) Mar 19, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

E - KILBURN,H.(1); PARADA,D.(9); PLEASANT,T.(1); PALMIERI, A.(4). LOB - MVSW 6; Memphis 8. 2B HARRIS,R.(2). SH - LADNER,Shana(4); PHILLIPS, J.(2); PALMIERI, A.(2). CS - BERNARDINO,(1). Strikeouts - BRASS,R.; LADNER,Shana; KILBURN,H.; PARADA,D.; BURR,Nicole; HOBBS,Ashley 2; LOCK,J.; PEARL,Devyn; PHILLIPS, J.; PALMIERI, A.; CHESTER, K.; PRESTRIDGE,. Walks - MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; KING, A.; KASSNER, K. 2; CHESTER, K.; PRESTRIDGE,.

PLEASANT,Taylor L,1-3 SPIVEY,Kimberly

H 5 1

7.0

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Player

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SB

Score by Innings Miss. Valley State Memphis

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OSHIRO, Kristi ss LEE, Rebecca dp JIMENEZ, Sissy 1b LEWIS, Jordan rf WYNNE, Abby ph RIGGS, Suzanne lf VELASQUEZ, Priscilla 3b CLARK, Kai c K.-GLACKIN, Chelsea pr MEDINA, Mahrisch cf ROBBINS, Jasmine ph/cf FIELDHOUSE, Alex ph JELNICK, Jill 2b LOPEZ, Cicely ph/2b PAISLEY, Toni p Totals

WP - VALLE, J.(2). HBP - by VALLE, J. (Robbins); by VALLE, J. (Clark). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: VALLE, J. 101/58; Paisley 99/77. Umpires - HP: Tammy Cooper 1B: Maggie Christensen 3B: Doug Zimmerman Start: 12:00 pm Time: 1:44 Attendance: 332 Weather: 68 Degrees, Clear

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1

2011 University of Memphis Softball Miss. Valley State at Memphis (Game 2) Mar 16, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

HARRIS,Rachelle 2b BRASS,Rashundra cf ROBERTSON,Alexandria 3b LADNER,Shana dp KILBURN,Hanako 1b PARADA,Diana ss BURR,Nicole c HOBBS,Ashley rf CAMERON,Trenicea pr LOCK,Jamie lf PEARL,Devyn ph PLEASANT,Taylor p SPIVEY,Kimberly p Totals

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

111

Mar. 16, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

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East Carolina

Memphis 2, Mississippi Valley State 0

Miss. Valley State 0 (5-16)

Mar. 16, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

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Inherited runners/scored: VALLE, J. 2/1. Pitches/strikes: CARLEY, L. 101/53; VALLE, J. 19/11; Sutton 111/82. Umpires - HP: Doug Zimmerman 1B: Tammy Cooper 3B: Maggie Christensen Start: 3:16 pm Time: 1:55 Attendance: 437 Weather: 67 Degrees, Clear CARLEY, L. faced 2 batters in the 7th.

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E - McKINLEY, M.(4); PHILLIPS, J.(2). DP - MEM 1. LOB - MEM 4; ECU 5. 3B - McKINLEY, M.(1). HBP - Clark; Robbins. SH - Lopez(3). Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; KING, A.; PALMIERI, A. 2; LINDAHL, A.; Lee; Lewis 2. Walks - Riggs. ab

Memphis 8, Miss. Valley State 0 (5)

2011 University of Memphis Softball Miss. Valley State at Memphis (Game 1) Mar 16, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

East Carolina 0 (19-8,1-2 C-USA)

ab

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Hargrove, Ijiah pr King, Ashleigh rf Brown, Shanna pr Goranson, Libby dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Lindahl, Amber c Kassner, Kailey ph Marshall, Alex cf Valle, Janelle p Totals

E - Jimenez(3). DP - MEM 1; ECU 1. LOB - MEM 2; ECU 5. 2B - MOTT, H.(1); Lewis(5). SH McKINLEY, M.(2); Lee(7). SB - McKINLEY, M.(8). CS - Oshiro(4); Wynne(1). Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; KING, A.; PALMIERI, A. 2; LINDAHL, A. 2; MARSHALL, A.; Lewis; Riggs; Jelnick; Lopez. Walks - Oshiro 2; Riggs; Fieldhouse.

Carley, Lauren W,2-1 Valle, Janelle S,1

Mar. 13, 2011 v Greenville, N.C. 2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at East Carolina Mar 13, 2011 at Greenville, N.C. (ECU Softball Stadium)

East Carolina 1 (19-7,1-1 C-USA)

ab

Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Brown, Shanna pr Goranson, Libby dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Moreno, Nikki ph Lindahl, Amber c Marshall, Alex cf Hargrove, Ijiah ph Carley, Lauren p Valle, Janelle p Totals

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Kassner, Kailey dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Moreno, Nikki ph King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Lindahl, Amber c Prestridge, Keanah c Hummel, Carly p Valle, Janelle p Totals

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E - PALMIERI, A.(5); CHESTER, K.(1). LOB - HOU 5; Memphis 2. HR - ANDERSON(3); KLINKERT(5); KASSNER, K.(1). HBP - ANDERSON. SB - ANDERSON 2(4). CS - GREGSON(3). Strikeouts - LATHAN; LOTT; OUTON H.; GREGSON; BRAZIL; BERNARDINO,; MOTT, H. 2; McKINLEY, M. 2; PHILLIPS, J. 2; KASSNER, K. 2; PALMIERI, A.; MORENO, N.; KING, A. 2; CHESTER, K. 2; PRESTRIDGE, 2. Walks - LATHAN; OUTON H.; GREGSON; BERNARDINO,; PALMIERI, A.. fo

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HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (ANDERSON). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: CRABTREE 119/79; HUMMEL, C. 59/38; VALLE, J. 77/44. Umpires - HP: Shelley Mangrum 1B: Joe Thompson 3B: Chris Long Start: 12:59 pm Time: 2:04 Attendance: Weather: 63 deg, Cloudy, ENE 11 mph

University of Memphis

2012

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Bernardino, Lelani lf Mott, Heather ss McKinley, Maddie 3b Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Goranson, Libby 1b Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Chester, Kamri cf Brown, Shanna ph Prestridge, Keanah c Moreno, Nikki ph Marshall, Alex rf Carley, Lauren p Roberts, Ellen p Totals R 8 0

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Memphis

Memphis 0 (17-7,2-3 C-USA)

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ANDERSON, Holly 3b SHERMAN, Katy Beth rf GABER, Reina dp OUTON, Haley c GREGSON, Melissa lf KLINKERT, Jennifer 2b BRAZIL, Stesha 1b LATHAN, Brooke ss JONES, Ashleigh cf BOURGEOIS, Donna p CRABTREE, Amanda p Totals

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Houston

BOURGEOIS, Donna W,5-6 CRABTREE, Amanda

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WP - BOURGEOIS(9); CARLEY, L.(3). HBP - by CARLEY, L. (JONES). PB - PRESTRIDGE,(2). Inherited runners/scored: CRABTREE 2/0; ROBERTS, E. 1/1. Pitches/strikes: BOURGEOIS 62/43; CRABTREE 9/7; CARLEY, L. 78/46; ROBERTS, E. 10/5. Umpires - HP: Joe Thompson 1B: Chris Long 3B: Shelley Mangrum Start: 3:30 pm Time: 1:20 Attendance: 293 Weather: 70 deg, Mstly Cldy, ENE 7mph

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Memphis 2, Houston 0 Mar. 20, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

Mar. 26, 2011 v El Paso, Texas

2011 University of Memphis Softball Houston at Memphis Mar 20, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx) Houston 0 (18-12,2-4 C-USA) Player

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Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Palmieri, Alyssa 2b King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Lindahl, Amber c Moreno, Nikki ph Valle, Janelle p Hummel, Carly p Totals

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Memphis 13 (20-7,5-3)

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TROUPE, Chelsea dp WALTS, Kayleigh c SMITH, Becky cf MOORE, Kia rf BLACK, Kayla 3b WARE, Courtney lf RAMOS, Laura 1b ORANGER, Kayla 2b HERRERA, Camille ss AUGER, Courtney p Totals

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AUGER, Courtney L,7-8

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Carley, Lauren W,3-2

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Memphis 15 (21-7,6-3-0) ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Moreno, Nikki c Brown, Shanna dp Kassner, Kailey ph Hummel, Carly p Valle, Janelle p Totals Score by Innings Memphis UTEP

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Tulsa 4 (25-9,8-2 C-USA)

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SMITH, Becky cf WALTS, Kayleigh 1b/c TROUPE, Chelsea c/dp WARE, Courtney lf BLACK, Kayla rf/3b RAMOS, Laura 3b/dp ORANGER, Kayla 2b FRYE, Kelynn ss MOORE, Kia rf HERRERA, Camille dp/3b AUGER, Courtney p/dp KRIENITZ, Joanna p Totals R 15 6

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EVERETT, Caitlin cf BARRETT, Jill 3b COBB, Samantha ss SWANSON, Skylar 2b MIDDLEBROOKS, Lacey dp CREGER, Aimee p HENSHAW, Haley ph MENKE, Lauren rf BOWEN, Cassidy c CHAPMAN, Kelly 1b LEACH, Keri lf/pr Totals

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Score by Innings Tulsa Memphis

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AUGER, Courtney L,7-9 RAMOS, Laura KRIENITZ, Joanna

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Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Roberts, Ellen ph Brown, Shanna dp Moreno, Nikki ph Prestridge, Keanah c Kassner, Kailey ph Hummel, Carly p Totals

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Tulsa

CREGER, Aimee W,13-1

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WP - RAMOS, L. 2(10); KRIENITZ, J.(2). HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (HERRERA, C.); by HUMMEL, C. (SMITH, B.); by VALLE, J. (TROUPE, C.); by KRIENITZ, J. (McKINLEY, M.). Inherited runners/scored: VALLE, J. 2/0; KRIENITZ, J. 3/2. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 78/45; VALLE, J. 38/22; AUGER, C. 12/5; RAMOS, L. 62/28; KRIENITZ, J. 87/46. Umpires - HP: Doug Keller 1B: Sally Keller 2B: Tim Ellis Start: 12 pm Time: 2:30 Attendance: 329 Weather: Like Heaven w/ slight breeze! AUGER, C. faced 3 batters in the 1st. RAMOS, L. faced 3 batters in the 3rd.

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Hummel, Carly L,12-4

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WP - HUMMEL, C.(4). HBP - by CREGER, A. (PRESTRIDGE,); by CREGER, A. (PALMIERI, A.); by HUMMEL, C. (COBB, S.); by CREGER, A. (MOTT, H.). PB - BOWEN, C. 3(9). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: CREGER, A. 119/78; HUMMEL, C. 112/73. Umpires - HP: Jay Davis 1B: Emerus Addison 3B: Donald Blunt Start: 1:01 pm Time: 1:50 Attendance: Weather: 69 deg, Sunny, WNW 3 MPH

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University of Memphis

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Apr. 2 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

Score by Innings Tulsa Memphis

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Tulsa 2, Memphia 1 (8)

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Memphis 1 (21-9,6-5 C-USA) ab

EVERETT, Caitlin cf BARRETT, Jill 3b COBB, Samantha ss SWANSON, Skylar 2b CREGER, Aimee dp MENKE, Lauren rf BLANTON, Shelby lf LEACH, Keri lf BOWEN, Cassidy c CHAPMAN, Kelly 1b KINARD, Jordan p Totals

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Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Lindahl, Amber c Moreno, Nikki ph Goranson, Libby ph Prestridge, Keanah c Valle, Janelle p Carley, Lauren p Totals

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E - BARRETT, J.(5); PALMIERI, A.(7); VALLE, J.(2). LOB - TLS 12; Memphis 6. 2B - COBB, S.(7); SWANSON, S.(8); MOTT, H.(2); BERNARDINO,(3). HR - CHAPMAN, K.(1). SH - EVERETT, C.(3); SWANSON, S.(2); BERNARDINO,(2). SF - McKINLEY, M.(1). SB - EVERETT, C. 3(21). Strikeouts - BARRETT, J.; COBB, S.; MENKE, L.; LEACH, K.; MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO,; PHILLIPS, J.; KING, A.; CHESTER, K.; PALMIERI, A.; KASSNER, K. 2; LINDAHL, A.; MORENO, N.; GORANSON, L.. Walks - CREGER, A.; BOWEN, C..

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R 13 3

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E - CHESTER, K.(2). LOB - TLS 2; Memphis 4. 2B - BARRETT, J.(5). 3B - EVERETT, C.(2). HR SWANSON, S.(5). HBP - COBB, S.; MOTT, H.; PALMIERI, A.; PRESTRIDGE,. Strikeouts - EVERETT, C. 2; BARRETT, J.; SWANSON, S.; MIDDLEBROOKS 2; CREGER, A.; HENSHAW, H.; BOWEN, C.; MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO, 2; McKINLEY, M. 3; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K. 2; KING, A.; PALMIERI, A.; BROWN, S. 2; MORENO, N.; KASSNER, K.. Walks - COBB, S.; MIDDLEBROOKS; MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO,.

E - MOTT, H.(5). DP - UTEP 2. LOB - MEM 8; UTEP 8. 2B - CHESTER, K. 2(5); PALMIERI, A.(6); MORENO, N.(1). HR - MOTT, H.(5); McKINLEY, M. 2(5); PHILLIPS, J. 3(9); HERRERA, C.(3). HBP McKINLEY, M.; SMITH, B.; TROUPE, C.; HERRERA, C.. SH - FRYE, K.(1). SB - PALMIERI, A.(4); SMITH, B.(6). Strikeouts - KING, A. 2; PALMIERI, A.; WALTS, K.; TROUPE, C.; WARE, C.; FRYE, K.. Walks - MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO, 4; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K.; KING, A.; MORENO, N.; BROWN, S.; SMITH, B. 2; TROUPE, C.; WARE, C.; RAMOS, L.. Memphis

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1 0

ab

SMITH, Becky cf WALTS, Kayleigh c/1b TROUPE, Chelsea dp/c RAMOS, Laura 1b/p BLACK, Kayla 3b MOORE, Kia rf WARE, Courtney lf ALVILLAR, Samantha ss HERRERA, Camille ss ORANGER, Kayla 2b FRYE, Kelynn ph/2b KRIENITZ, Joanna p ATCHISON, Megan p Totals

2011 University of Memphis Softball Tulsa at Memphis Apr 02, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

Memphis 1 (21-8,6-4 C-USA)

Player

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

Note: 2 outs, 0 runners LOB when the game ended.

Hummel, Carly W,12-3 Valle, Janelle

2

2 2

2011 University of Memphis Softball Tulsa at Memphis (Game 1) Apr 02, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

UTEP 6 (15-18,1-5-0)

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1 1

Memphis

30

Tulsa 4, Memphia 1

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at UTEP Mar 27, 2011 at El Paso, Texas (Helen of Troy)

Player

HBP - by KRIENITZ, J. (PHILLIPS, J.); by CARLEY, L. (TROUPE, C.). Inherited runners/scored: ATCHISON, M. 2/1; RAMOS, L. 3/3. Pitches/strikes: CARLEY, L. 94/51; KRIENITZ, J. 82/47; ATCHISON, M. 8/5; RAMOS, L. 34/22. Umpires - HP: Tim Ellis 1B: Doug Keller 3B: Sally Keller Start: 4:47 pm Time: 2:12 Attendance: 503 ATCHISON, M. faced 5 batters in the 5th.

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Memphis 15, UTEP 6 (6)

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E - BLACK, K.; ORANGER, K.. LOB - MEM 7; UTEP 6. 2B - KING, A. 2; PALMIERI, A.. 3B - PHILLIPS, J.. HR - MORENO, N.; SMITH, B.; WARE, C.. HBP - PHILLIPS, J.; TROUPE, C.. SH - PALMIERI, A.; BROWN, S.. Strikeouts - MOTT, H. 2; BERNARDINO,; CHESTER, K.; BROWN, S.; RAMOS, L. 2; BLACK, K.. Walks MOTT, H. 2; BERNARDINO,; CHESTER, K.; PALMIERI, A.; MORENO, N. 2; BROWN, S.; SMITH, B.; TROUPE, C.; BLACK, K..

WP - AUGER, C.. HBP - by VALLE, J. (RAMOS, L.); by AUGER, C. (PALMIERI, A.). PB - LINDAHL, A.. Inherited runners/scored: HUMMEL, C. 2/0. Pitches/strikes: VALLE, J. 81/46; HUMMEL, C. 32/20; AUGER, C. 143/87. Umpires - HP: Sally Keller 1B: Tim Ellis 3B: Doug Keller Start: 2:02 pm Time: 2:14 Attendance:

Mar. 27, 2011 v El Paso, Texas

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Score by Innings Memphis UTEP

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Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Moreno, Nikki c Hargrove, Ijiah pr Brown, Shanna dp Carley, Lauren p Totals

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

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E - McKINLEY, M.; PALMIERI, A.; ORANGER, K.. DP - MEM 1. LOB - MEM 9; UTEP 9. 2B - CHESTER, K.. HR - MOTT, H.; SMITH, B.. HBP - PALMIERI, A.; RAMOS, L.. SB - McKINLEY, M.; WALTS, K.. Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO,; PHILLIPS, J. 3; KASSNER, K. 2; PALMIERI, A.; CHESTER, K.; TROUPE, C.; WALTS, K.; MOORE, K.; ORANGER, K.; HERRERA, C.. Walks - MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO,; KASSNER, K. 2; KING, A.; WALTS, K.; SMITH, B. 2; BLACK, K.; RAMOS, L..

WP - BOURGEOIS(10). HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (ANDERSON); by CRABTREE (KASSNER, K.); by BOURGEOIS (KASSNER, K.). Inherited runners/scored: BOURGEOIS 1/1. Pitches/strikes: CRABTREE 69/42; BOURGEOIS 35/27; HUMMEL, C. 89/60. Umpires - HP: Chris Long 1B: Shelley Mangrum 3B: Joe Thompson Start: 12:00 pm Time: 1:41 Attendance: 209 Weather: 70 deg, Sunny, S 6 mph CRABTREE faced 1 batter in the 5th.

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Mar 26, 2011 v El Paso, Texas 2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at UTEP (Game 2) Mar 26, 2011 at El Paso, Texas (Helen of Troy)

UTEP 3 (15-16,1-3)

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1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

E - ANDERSON(14); OUTON H.(5). DP - HOU 1; Memphis 1. LOB - HOU 3; Memphis 4. HBP - ANDERSON; KASSNER, K. 2. SH - OUTON H.(8); KING, A.(2). SB - ANDERSON(5). Strikeouts - ANDERSON; DOBSON; SHERMAN; LATHAN; KLINKERT 2; BERNARDINO, 2; PHILLIPS, J.; KASSNER, K.; CHESTER, K.; MORENO, N.. Walks - LATHAN; BRAZIL; PALMIERI, A.; MORENO, N..

CRABTREE, Amanda L,11-6 BOURGEOIS, Donna

Memphis 13, UTEP 3 (5)

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at UTEP (Game 1) Mar 26, 2011 at El Paso, Texas (Helen of Troy)

Memphis 2 (18-7,3-3 C-USA)

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ANDERSON, Holly 3b DOBSON, Mary Tyler 3b SHERMAN, Katy Beth rf GABER, Reina dp GREGSON, Melissa lf/c LATHAN, Brooke ss OUTON, Haley c SPITTLER, Angela lf KLINKERT, Jennifer 2b BRAZIL, Stesha 1b JONES, Ashleigh cf CRABTREE, Amanda p BOURGEOIS, Donna p Totals

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Memphis 5, UTEP 3

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KINARD, Jordan W,6-4

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Valle, Janelle Carley, Lauren L,3-3

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WP - KINARD, J.(8); VALLE, J. 2(4). PB - BOWEN, C.(10). Inherited runners/scored: CARLEY, L. 1/0. Pitches/strikes: KINARD, J. 128/84; VALLE, J. 114/71; CARLEY, L. 35/25. Umpires - HP: Emerus Addison 1B: Donald Blunt 3B: Jay Davis Start: 3:18 pm Time: 2:09 Attendance: 227 Weather: 72 deg, Fair, WNW 8 mph

Tigers Spring Sports Fact Book

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Tulsa 7, Memphis 0 Apr. 3, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

Apr. 6, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

2011 University of Memphis Softball Tulsa at Memphis Apr 03, 2011 at MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx) Tulsa 7 (27-9,10-2 C-USA) Player

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Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Moreno, Nikki dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Roberts, Ellen ph Prestridge, Keanah c Brown, Shanna pr Marshall, Alex cf Carley, Lauren p Valle, Janelle p Totals

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Alabama State 0 (8-21) r

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CREGER, Aimee W,14-1 Memphis

Carley, Lauren L,3-4 Valle, Janelle

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WP - CARLEY, L. 3(9); VALLE, J.(6). PB - PRESTRIDGE,(4). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: CREGER, A. 112/70; CARLEY, L. 75/43; VALLE, J. 51/31. Umpires - HP: Donald Blunt 1B: Jay Davis 3B: Emerus Addison Start: 12:05 pm Time: 1:55 Attendance: 153

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Alabama State

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Score by Innings Memphis Marshall

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TELLES, Alianna ss LARA, Amanda 2b HOPE, Bri Anna 2b GAMBY, Rebecca c HUGHES, Jessica pr STOEHR, Melanie 1b VALLE, Jazmine 3b GUE, Ashley rf WINTON, Taylor dp COTTRELL, Morgan ph SPURLOCK, Samantha lf THOMPSON, Taylor cf MARVIN, Victoria ph WILLIAMSON, Andi p PULVER, Natalee p BENNETT, Erika p FERRICK, Jessica p Totals

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WILLIAMSON, Andi L,5-8 PULVER, Natalee BENNETT, Erika FERRICK, Jessica

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Score by Innings Alabama State Memphis

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HENANDEZ,S L,7-17

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WP - BENNETT, E. 2(9). HBP - by BENNETT, E. (CHESTER, K.); by HUMMEL, C. (HOPE, B.). BK - HUMMEL, C. 2(5). PB - GAMBY, R. 3(13). Inherited runners/scored: PULVER, N. 2/2; BENNETT, E. 2/2; FERRICK, J. 1/1. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 105/62; WILLIAMSON 34/17; PULVER, N. 70/42; BENNETT, E. 16/9; FERRICK, J. 16/7. Umpires - HP: Mark Thompson 1B: Mark Oelfke 3B: Dan Reilly Start: 1:01 pm Time: 2:18 Attendance: 116 Weather: overcast, light rain

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Marshall

WILLIAMSON, Andi PULVER, Natalee L,7-11

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Memphis 7, Tennessee State 2 Apr. 13 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

Tennessee State 2 (10-35) r

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

Score by Innings Tennessee State Memphis

Memphis 7 (26-10) ab

Tedra Alford ss Jasmine Brimm lf Brittany Webb 1b Jalisa Bradley c Brittany Davis dp Olivia Gamache p Kelly Troglin p Jill Gardner cf Ashley Haynes 3b Shanika Johnson rf Jasmine Dunston 2b Totals

Tennessee State

Olivia Gamache L,0-8 Kelly Troglin bf

bf

16 20 20 21

Inherited runners/scored: CARLEY, L. 1/0; PULVER, N. 1/1. Pitches/strikes: VALLE, J. 40/26; CARLEY, L. 85/48; WILLIAMSON 88/47; PULVER, N. 70/43. Umpires - HP: Mark Oelfke 1B: Dan Reilly 3B: Mark Thompson Start: 11:55 am Time: 2:29 Attendance: 123 Weather: 76, hot, feels like 99

University of Memphis

h rbi

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4 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 3 2 0 25

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

Player

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf Brown, Shanna ph/rf Kassner, Kailey dp King, Ashleigh rf Marshall, Alex ph/cf Hargrove, Ijiah 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Valle, Janelle p Carley, Lauren p Totals

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3 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

E 1 0

E - GAMACHE,O.(4). DP - MEM 1. LOB - TSU 5; MEM 7. 2B - MOTT, H.(6); BERNARDINO,(4); PHILLIPS, J.(3). HBP - GARDNER,J.. SH - PRESTRIDGE,(6). SB - MOTT, H.(4); McKINLEY, M.(11); HARGROVE, I.(2). CS - MOTT, H.(5); BROWN, S.(1). Strikeouts - BRIMM,J. 2; WEBB,B.; DAVIS,B. 2; GAMACHE,O.; GARDNER,J.; HAYNES,A.; JOHNSON,S.; CHESTER, K.; MARSHALL, A.. Walks - GAMACHE,O.; JOHNSON,S.; PHILLIPS, J.; KASSNER, K. 2.

7 9 19 22

34 70

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Roberts, Ellen W,3-0

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99 39

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WP - HENANDEZ,S. HBP - by HENANDEZ,S (MOTT, H.); by HENANDEZ,S (GORANSON, L.); by ROBERTS, E. (DIXON,M); by HENANDEZ,S (PHILLIPS, J.). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: HENANDEZ,S 81/51; ROBERTS, E. 99/68. Umpires - HP: Tony Capodeferro 1B: Tim Wyse 3B: Jim Byersdorf Start: Time: 1:36 Attendance: 133 Weather: 72 deg, sunny, wind SSW 18mph HENANDEZ,S faced 4 batters in the 6th.

E 0 5

bk hbp

ab

Mott, Heather ss Hargrove, Ijiah 2b McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Roberts, Ellen p Goranson, Libby dp/ph Mosby, Morgan pr/dp Prestridge, Keanah c Marshall, Alex lf/pr Totals

38

E - TELLES, A. 2(9); GUE, A.(2); VALLE, J.(11); MARVIN, V.(4). LOB - MEM 13; MAR 6. 2B - TELLES, A.(2); WINTON, T.(2). HR - McKINLEY, M.(6); KASSNER, K.(2); VALLE, J.(3); HIVELY, A.(5). SH GUE, A.(3); SPURLOCK, S.(2). SB - HUGHES, J.(17). Strikeouts - MOTT, H. 2; BERNARDINO,; PHILLIPS, J.; KING, A.; MARVIN, V.; HIVELY, A.. Walks BERNARDINO,; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K.; BROWN, S.; PRESTRIDGE,; GAMBY, R. 2; VALLE, J.. Memphis

Player

0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 4

2011 University of Memphis Softball Tennessee State at Memphis (Game 1) Apr 13, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

ab

TELLES, Alianna ss YBARRA, Brittney pr GUE, Ashley cf GAMBY, Rebecca c HOPE, Bri Anna pr STOEHR, Melanie 1b VALLE, Jazmine 3b MARVIN, Victoria 2b COTTRELL, Morgan pr HIVELY, Alysia dp THOMPSON, Taylor pr SPURLOCK, Samantha lf HUGHES, Jessica rf WINTON, Taylor ph WILLIAMSON, Andi p PULVER, Natalee p Totals

1

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

3 2

Alabama State

ab

28 32

Marshall 4 (15-22,1-10 C-USA)

ab

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E - RODRIGUES,B. LOB - ALSTSB 5; MEM 7. 2B - FAMBLE,A; MOTT, H. 2(5); McKINLEY, M.(3); PHILLIPS, J. 2(2); KING, A.(5); ROBERTS, E.(1). 3B - McKINLEY, M. 2(3); CHESTER, K. 2(2). HR - MOTT, H.(6). HBP - DIXON,M; MOTT, H.; PHILLIPS, J.; GORANSON, L.. SH - FAMBLE,A; RODRUGUEZ,M; DIXON,M. SF - CLOUD,A. CS - MOTT, H.(3); PHILLIPS, J.(1). Strikeouts - RODRIGUES,B; SUROVIK,M; CLOUD,A; FRAZIER,M; TOILOLO,S; CHESTER, K.. Walks RODRUGUEZ,M; GOLSON,W; PRESTRIDGE, 2.

Apr. 10, 2011 v Huntington, W.Va.

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Mosby, Morgan pr Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Kassner, Kailey dp Brown, Shanna pr Hargrove, Ijiah 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Valle, Janelle p Carley, Lauren p Totals

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

Note: None out, 1 runner LOB when the game ended.

r

6

ab

RODRIGUES,B ss FAMBLE,A 2b RODRUGUEZ,M dp DIXON,M cf WRIGHT,B c GOLSON,W lf SUROVIK,M ph/lf CLOUD,A rf FRAZIER,M 1b TOILOLO,S 3b HENANDEZ,S p Totals

E 3 0

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Memphis 12 (23-10)

Player

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

Memphis 7, Marshall 4

Player

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

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Memphis 7 (25-10,8-6 C-USA) r

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

E - TELLES, A.(7); LARA, A. 2(15); GAMBY, R.(7); STOEHR, M.(9). LOB - MEM 8; MAR 6. 2B - GAMBY, R.(2); SPURLOCK, S.(2). HR - PHILLIPS, J.(11); TELLES, A.(2); GAMBY, R.(10). HBP - CHESTER, K.; HOPE, B.. SH - McKINLEY, M.(3); PRESTRIDGE, 2(5). SB - MOTT, H.(3); TELLES, A.(5); GUE, A.(18). CS - MOTT, H.(4). Strikeouts - BERNARDINO,; KASSNER, K.; TELLES, A.; GAMBY, R.; VALLE, J. 2; GUE, A.; WINTON, T. 2; SPURLOCK, S.; THOMPSON, T. 2. Walks - MOTT, H. 2; PHILLIPS, J.; HARGROVE, I.; TELLES, A.; GAMBY, R.; GUE, A. 2.

Hummel, Carly W,14-4

R 0 7

3 1 1 4 4 4 3 2 1 2 0 3 0 0 28

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at Marshall (Game 1) Apr 10, 2011 at Huntington, W.Va. (Dot Hicks Field)

Marshall 3 (15-21,1-9 C-USA) r

3 0 3 5 1 0 4 1 1 3 1 2 0 1 0 3 1 0 4 1 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 31 10 10

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6.0 12

Memphis

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at Marshall (Game 1) Apr 09, 2011 at Huntington, W.Va. (Dot Hicks Field)

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Mosby, Morgan pr Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Kassner, Kailey dp Brown, Shanna pr Hargrove, Ijiah 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Moreno, Nikki ph Hummel, Carly p Totals

ab

Mott, Heather ss Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Hargrove, Ijiah pr/2b McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Moreno, Nikki c Mosby, Morgan ph Kassner, Kailey dp Brown, Shanna pr Marshall, Alex lf Hummel, Carly p Carley, Lauren p Totals

1

HENANDEZ,S L,7-16

35

Apr. 9, 2011 v Huntington, W.Va.

Player

Alabama State 4 (8-22)

Player

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WP - HENANDEZ,S 2. HBP - by HENANDEZ,S (KASSNER, K.). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: HENANDEZ,S 86/52; HUMMEL, C. 72/50; CARLEY, L. 38/29. Umpires - HP: Jim Byersdorf 1B: Tony Capodiferro 3B: Tim Wyse Start: 3:05 pm Time: 1:31 Attendance: Weather: 70 deg,ptlycldy wind SSW 22mph

Memphis 10, Marshall 3

Memphis 10 (24-10,7-6 C-USA)

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

SB

34

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

E - WRIGHT,B; TOILOLO,S 2. DP - ALSTSB 1. LOB - ALSTSB 4; MEM 7. 2B - MOTT, H.(3); KASSNER, K.(3). 3B - PHILLIPS, J.(2). HR - PHILLIPS, J.(10). HBP - KASSNER, K.. SH - HARGROVE, I.(3). SB - PALMIERI, A.(5); McKINLEY, M.(10); BROWN, S.(2). Strikeouts - RODRIGUES,B; FAMBLE,A 3; CROSSLEY,C 2; DIXON,M 2; WRIGHT,B 2; GOLSON,W 2; CLOUD,A 3; FRAZIER,M; TOILOLO,S; CHESTER, K.. Walks - RODRIGUES,B; CROSSLEY,C; MOTT, H.; HARGROVE, I..

ab

21 27

r

2 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 0 23

Score by Innings Alabama State Memphis

ip

0

ab

RODRIGUES,B 2b FAMBLE,A ss CROSSLEY,C dp DIXON,M cf WRIGHT,B c GOLSON,W lf CLOUD,A rf FRAZIER,M 1b TOILOLO,S 3b HENANDEZ,S p Totals

E 0 3

7.0

Apr. 6, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn. 2011 University of Memphis Softball Alabama State at Memphis (Game 2) Apr 06, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

Memphis 7 (22-10)

Player

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

E - MOTT, H.(7); McKINLEY, M.(7); PRESTRIDGE,(3). LOB - TLS 7; MEM 6. 2B - MIDDLEBROOKS 2(9). SH - BERNARDINO, 2. SB - BARRETT, J.(3); BLANTON, S.(4); BROWN, S.(2). CS - EVERETT, C.(4). Strikeouts - EVERETT, C. 2; STOELKE, J.; CHAPMAN, K.; MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; PHILLIPS, J.; PALMIERI, A. 2; ROBERTS, E.; PRESTRIDGE,; MARSHALL, A. 3. Walks - SWANSON, S.; MIDDLEBROOKS; CHAPMAN, K.; MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO,; MORENO, N. 2. Tulsa

Memphis 12, Alabama State 4 (6)

2011 University of Memphis Softball Alabama State at Memphis (Game 1) Apr 06, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

Memphis 0 (21-10,6-6 C-USA) ab

EVERETT, Caitlin cf 4 BARRETT, Jill 3b 4 COBB, Samantha ss 4 SWANSON, Skylar 2b 3 LEACH, Keri pr/lf 0 MIDDLEBROOKS, Lacey rf/d 3 HENSHAW, Haley dp 3 STOELKE, Jessica ph/rf 1 BLANTON, Shelby lf/2b 4 BOWEN, Cassidy c 4 CHAPMAN, Kelly 1b 2 CREGER, Aimee p 0 Totals 32

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Memphis 7, Alabama State 0

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2011 Box Scores

Memphis

Valle, Janelle Carley, Lauren W,5-4

3.2 3.1

3 2

2 0

2 0

2 0

6 3

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0 0

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14 17 11 11

np 88 70

WP - GAMACHE,O.(8); VALLE, J.(6). HBP - by VALLE, J. (GARDNER,J.). Inherited runners/scored: CARLEY, L. 3/0. Pitches/strikes: GAMACHE,O. 99/58; TROGLIN,K. 39/22; VALLE, J. 69/45; CARLEY, L. 52/35. Umpires - HP: Jack Davis 1B: Terry Ryan 3B: Tracy Oakley Start: 2:00 pm Time: 1:54 Attendance: Weather: 74deg, sunny&clear, wind S6mph

Tigers Spring Sports Fact Book

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Memphis 8, Tennessee State 0 (5) Apr. 13, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

Apr. 19, 2011 v Sherwood, Ark.

2011 University of Memphis Softball Tennessee State at Memphis (Game 2) Apr 13, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx) Tennessee State 0 (10-36) Player

r

2 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 2 0 16

Score by Innings Tennessee State Memphis

h rbi

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Memphis 14 (28-10)

Player

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica dp Brown, Shanna pr/dp Chester, Kamri cf Moreno, Nikki c Goranson, Libby 1b Hargrove, Ijiah pr Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Marshall, Alex rf Mosby, Morgan ph Hummel, Carly p Totals R 0 8

H 0 12

2 3 4 2 1 2 3 3 0 3 1 1 0 25

r

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Memphis

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Hummel, Carly W,15-4

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Memphis

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Hummel, Carly W,16-4

71

SB Score by Innings UCF Memphis

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Arkansas

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SCHMITT, Ashley L,1-5 Memphis

Valle, Janelle W,5-2 Carley, Lauren

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Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Hargrove, Ijiah pr King, Ashleigh rf Marshall, Alex pr/rf Chester, Kamri cf Kassner, Kailey dp Brown, Shanna dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Hummel, Carly p Totals

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ROJAS, Diana L,7-10

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Hummel, Carly W,17-4

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Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: ROJAS, D. 99/55; HUMMEL, C. 123/78. Umpires - HP: Joe Thompson 1B: Chris Long 3B: Nick Finck Start: 5:00 pm Time: 1:34 Attendance: Weather: 79 deg, mstly cldy, SSW 19 mph

37 54

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Apr. 23, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

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UAB 4, Memphis 2 Apr. 30 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

Score by Innings UCF Memphis

2011 University of Memphis Softball UAB at Memphis (Game 1) Apr 30, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

Memphis 8 (31-10,11-6) ab

JEST, Allie 3b PEREZ, Vanessa cf LAND, Natalie 2b McCLAIN, Abby dp LANE, Tiffany ss MENENDEZ, Marissa 1b TODD, Kellie lf SWAN, Tawny rf FEE, Patrice c ROJAS, Diana p SCHMITT, Ashley p Totals

UCF

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WP - VALLE, J.(7). HBP - by VALLE, J. (McCLAIN, A.); by CARLEY, L. (PEREZ, V.). Inherited runners/scored: CARLEY, L. 1/1. Pitches/strikes: SCHMITT, A. 99/60; VALLE, J. 92/55; CARLEY, L. 17/11. Umpires - HP: Chris Long 1B: Nick Finck 3B: Joe Thompson Start: 6:58 Time: 1:43 Attendance: 271 Weather: Cloudy 82 Deg, Wind S18 MPH

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3 3 3 2 3 2 2 3 2 0 23

E - JEST, A.(17); LAND, N.(16). DP - Memphis 1. LOB - UCF 5; Memphis 4. 2B - LAND, N.(7); MOTT, H.(7). HR - PHILLIPS, J.(14). SH - BERNARDINO,(5). Strikeouts - JEST, A. 2; PEREZ, V. 2; McCLAIN, A.; LANE, T.; FEE, P.; KING, A.; PALMIERI, A.. Walks - McCLAIN, A.; MENENDEZ, M.; TODD, K.; PHILLIPS, J.; KASSNER, K..

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UAB 4 (34-15,14-5 C-USA)

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Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Hargrove, Ijiah pr Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Marshall, Alex pr/rf Kassner, Kailey dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Hummel, Carly p Totals R 0 8

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Score by Innings UAB Memphis

fo

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ROJAS, Diana L,7-11 SCHMITT, Ashley Memphis

Hummel, Carly W,18-4

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WP - ROJAS, D.(9); SCHMITT, A. 2(6). Inherited runners/scored: SCHMITT, A. 1/0. Pitches/strikes: ROJAS, D. 61/41; SCHMITT, A. 27/14; HUMMEL, C. 80/55. Umpires - HP: Nick Finck 1B: Joe Thompson 3B: Chris Long Start: 12:57 pm Time: 1:14 Attendance: 259 Weather: 78 deg, Ptly Cldy, SSW 15 mph ROJAS, D. faced 3 batters in the 4th.

University of Memphis

2012

UAB

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17 17

17

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

1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 5

Player

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

ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Brown, Shanna pr Kassner, Kailey dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Hargrove, Ijiah pr Hummel, Carly p Totals

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0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

E 1 1

E - LOWMAN, M.(9); HUMMEL, C.(2). LOB - UAB 5; Memphis 3. 2B - ARMSTRONG, K(11); SMITH, T.(2); McKINLEY, M.(6); KING, A.(6). HR - ORR, K.(4). HBP - MCGRATH, K.; SMITH, T.. SH - VAN KIRK, S.(8); BERNARDINO,(6). SB - SMITH, T.(15). Strikeouts - WALDEN, C. 3; DOUGLASS, C.; ARMSTRONG, K; McKINLEY, M.; KING, A.; PALMIERI, A.; PRESTRIDGE,. Walks - DOUGLASS, C.; LOWMAN, M.; KING, A..

16 17 5 8 ab

Memphis 2 (31-11,11-7 C-USA) ab

WALDEN, Caley cf DOUGLASS, Catherine ss ORR, Kayla 1b LOWMAN, Mandy c ARMSTRONG, Kate 3b MCGRATH, Kristen dp WEBSTER, Lauren 2b SMITH, Tiffany rf VAN KIRK, Sallie lf SMITH, Alisha p STREETMAN, Leigh p Totals

E - SCHMITT, A.(8). DP - UCF 1. LOB - UCF 2; Memphis 4. HR - KASSNER, K.(3). SH - CHESTER, K.(1); PRESTRIDGE,(8). Strikeouts - JEST, A.; PEREZ, V.; LANE, T.; TODD, K. 2; McKINLEY, M.; PHILLIPS, J.; KASSNER, K.. Walks - PHILLIPS, J.; PALMIERI, A..

25 27 ab

ab

JEST, Allie 3b PEREZ, Vanessa cf LAND, Natalie 2b McCLAIN, Abby dp LANE, Tiffany ss MENENDEZ, Marissa 1b TODD, Kellie lf SWAN, Tawny rf FEE, Patrice c ROJAS, Diana p Totals

Note: 1 out, 1 runner LOB when the game ended.

ibb

Memphis 3 (29-10,9-6)

Player

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

Memphis 8, UCF 0 (5)

Player

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

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2011 University of Memphis Softball UCF at Memphis Apr 23, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

E - LANE, T.(11). DP - UCF 1. LOB - UCF 8; Memphis 5. 2B - TODD, K.(4); MOTT, H.(8); McKINLEY, M.(5); PHILLIPS, J.(5). HR - MOTT, H.(8). HBP - PEREZ, V.; McCLAIN, A.. SH - LAND, N.(9); PRESTRIDGE,(7). SB - McKINLEY, M.(12); CHESTER, K.(1). Strikeouts - PEREZ, V.; LAND, N.; SWAN, T.; BERNARDINO,; CHESTER, K.; KING, A.. Walks - LAND, N.; MENENDEZ, M. 2; CHESTER, K.. UCF

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2

ip

Layne McGuirt L,3-9 Chelsea Cohen

41

ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Hargrove, Ijiah pr Kassner, Kailey dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Brown, Shanna pr Lindahl, Amber ph/c Valle, Janelle p Carley, Lauren p Totals

0 1

H 15 2

UCF 0 (18-28,8-10)

Player

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

R 14 2

3 3 3 3 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 20

Inherited runners/scored: Cohen 1/1. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 95/62; McGuirt, L 37/23; Cohen 54/43. Umpires Start: 6:30 pm Time: 1:52 Attendance: 600 Weather: 87 deg,cloudy,Wind SSW23-36mph

Memphis 4 (30-10,10-6) ab

h

6.0

2011 University of Memphis Softball UCF at Memphis (Game 2) Apr 22, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

JEST, Allie 3b PEREZ, Vanessa cf LAND, Natalie 2b McCLAIN, Abby dp LANE, Tiffany ss MENENDEZ, Marissa 1b TODD, Kellie lf SWAN, Tawny rf FEE, Patrice c SCHMITT, Ashley p Totals

ab

Becca Carden cf Jennifer Rambo 2b Courtney Breault dp Amanda Geile rf Layne McGuirt p/1b Jayme Gee c Macy Burr pr Jessica Robison 3b Lindsey Wells pr Linnea Ketcher lf Ashley Martindale ph/lf Chloe Oprzedek ss Stephanie Brewer 1b Chelsea Cohen p Totals

np

1

Memphis 4, UCF 1

Player

UCF 0 (18-26,8-8)

Player

np

5

Apr. 22, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

UCF 1 (18-27,8-9)

h rbi

E - McKINLEY, M.(8). LOB - Memphis 2; AR 3. 2B - McKINLEY, M.(4); KASSNER, K.(4); MORENO, N.(2). HR - MOTT, H.(7); PHILLIPS, J. 2(13). SF - Oprzedek(1). CS - BROWN, S.. Strikeouts - KING, A.; CHESTER, K.; ROBERTS, E.; BROWN, S.; PALMIERI, A. 2; MORENO, N.; Rambo 3; Breault; Geile; McGuirt, L; Robison, J; Ketcher. Walks - BERNARDINO,; KASSNER, K.; Gee; Robison, J.

HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (BRADLEY,J.); by BURKE,S. (PHILLIPS, J.); by BURKE,S. (CHESTER, K.). PB BRADLEY,J.(4). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: BURKE,S. 107/60; HUMMEL, C. 71/54. Umpires - HP: Terry Ryan 1B: Jack Davis 3B: Tracy Oakley Start: 4:15 Time: 1:27 Attendance: 119 Weather: 76deg, sunny&clear, wind S7mph

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4 3 3 2 3 2 1 0 4 2 3 1 4 3 3 6 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 14 15 14

Score by Innings Memphis Arkansas

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1

ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Marshall, Alex ph/rf Chester, Kamri cf Roberts, Ellen ph Kassner, Kailey dp Brown, Shanna pr/dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Hargrove, Ijiah ph/2b Moreno, Nikki c Mosby, Morgan pr Hummel, Carly p Totals

E - DUNSTON,J.(16); GARDNER,J.(3); McKINLEY, M.(7). DP - TSU 1. LOB - TSU 4; MEM 10. 2B PHILLIPS, J.(4); GORANSON, L.(2). HBP - BRADLEY,J.; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K.. Strikeouts - ALFORD,T. 2; BRIMM,J.; WEBB,B.; TROGLIN,K. 2; DUNSTON,J. 2; HAYNES,A.; BURKE,S. 2; WALKER,A. 2; GORANSON, L.. Walks - ALFORD,T.; BRADLEY,J.; MOTT, H. 2; BERNARDINO,; MARSHALL, A.. Tennessee State

Apr. 22, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn. 2011 University of Memphis Softball UCF at Memphis (Game 1) Apr 22, 2011 at Memphis, Tenn. (Tiger Softball Cmplx)

Arkansas 2 (11-35)

Player

1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 8

Note: 1 out, 2 runners LOB when the game ended.

Susie Burke L,1-2

Memphis 3, UCF 0

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs Arkansas Apr 19, 2011 at Sherwood, Ark. (Sherwood Sports Cmpl)

Memphis 8 (27-10) ab

Tedra Alford ss Jasmine Brimm lf Brittany Webb 1b Jalisa Bradley c Kelly Troglin dp Jasmine Dunston 2b Ashley Haynes 3b Susie Burke p Aisha Walker rf Jill Gardner cf Totals

39

Memphis 14, Arkansas 2 (6)

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SMITH, Alisha W,10-4 STREETMAN, Leigh S,7

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16 18 8 8

1 11 4 1

55 41

27

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Hummel, Carly L,18-5

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80

HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (MCGRATH, K.); by HUMMEL, C. (SMITH, T.). BK - HUMMEL, C.(6). Inherited runners/scored: STREETMAN, L 1/0. Pitches/strikes: SMITH, A. 55/39; STREETMAN, L 41/31; HUMMEL, C. 87/55. Umpires - HP: Jay Davis 1B: Nelson Rosa 3B: Donnie Blount Start: 1:10 pm Time: 1:40 Attendance: Weather: 73 deg, Mtly Cldy, S 17 mph

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Memphis 1, UAB 0 Apr. 30, 2011 v Memphis, Tenn.

May 7, 2011 v Hattiesburg, Miss.

Player

Score by Innings UAB Memphis

Memphis 1 (32-11,12-7 C-USA) ab

WALDEN, Caley cf DOUGLASS, Catherine ss ORR, Kayla 1b LOWMAN, Mandy c GLYNN, Hailey pr ARMSTRONG, Kate 3b MCGRATH, Kristen dp PLATH, Donna pr MITCHELL, Natalie 2b SMITH, Tiffany rf VAN KIRK, Sallie lf STREETMAN, Leigh p Totals

r

4 3 3 3 0 1 2 0 2 3 3 0 24

h rbi

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

Player

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Kassner, Kailey dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Valle, Janelle p Totals

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 1

0 X

R 0 1

H 5 6

3 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 0 23

Memphis 4 (33-11,13-7) r

h rbi

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6

UAB

ip

Memphis

Valle, Janelle W,6-2

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6

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7.0

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8

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2 2

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9

24 28

5

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95

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1 0

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h rbi

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

3 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 8

Player

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

LEJUNE, Leslie cf BROWN, Taylor 1b DINELT, Britney rf MATHIS, Jill ss TAKEDA, Michelle dp HURLEY, Alexis c SHIFLET, Stephanie pr HILL, Courtney 2b THURMAN, Chanell ph PERRY, Kirsten lf ROOSMALEN, Christina ph LAPOINTE, Danielle ph EICH, Kacie pr LILLY, Brittany 3b DIETRICH, Beth p Totals

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4

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6

7

0 0

0 0

2 0

0 0

1 0

0 0

0 1

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H 8 4

ab

3 3 3 3 2 3 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 3 0 26

Memphis

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Southern Miss

Memphis

Southern Miss

DIETRICH, Beth L,10-18

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DIETRICH, Beth L,10-17

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Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 93/62; DIETRICH, B 115/69. Umpires - HP: Alan Standifor 1B: David Erwin 3B: Mike Bush Start: 1 p.m. Time: 1:52 Attendance: 397 Weather: Partly Cloudy, 82

cia

0

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ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Brown, Shanna pr Chester, Kamri cf Moreno, Nikki c Palmieri, Alyssa 2b King, Ashleigh ph Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr/dp Marshall, Alex rf Valle, Janelle p Carley, Lauren p Totals

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Score by Innings Memphis Southern Miss

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ab

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fo

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24 27

8

28 34

5

110 np

8

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13 fo

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4

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h rbi

2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

2 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 6

2

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0 0

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0 0

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ab

LEJUNE, Leslie cf BROWN, Taylor 1b DINELT, Britney rf MATHIS, Jill 2b TAKEDA, Michelle lf THURMAN, Chanell ss HURLEY, Alexis dp SHER, Mackenzie c HILL, Courtney ph LILLY, Brittany 3b LUCIANI, Gabby p RAMOS, Courtney p Totals

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2

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5

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7

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0 1

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4 0

0 0

Memphis

ip

Valle, Janelle Carley, Lauren W,6-4 Southern Miss

LUCIANI, Gabby L,2-7 RAMOS, Courtney

R 4 3

H 5 5

3 4 3 3 2 2 3 2 1 2 0 0 25

r

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1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

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2.2 4.1

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12 12 13 17

2 5

5 7

34

5.1 1.2

4 1

4 0

1 0

1 1

5 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 0

0 0

21 23 6 7

5 2

55

4 3

97 22

PB - SHER, M(9). Inherited runners/scored: CARLEY, L. 1/0; RAMOS, C 2/1. Pitches/strikes: VALLE, J. 34/20; CARLEY, L. 55/31; LUCIANI, G 97/60; RAMOS, C 22/11. Umpires - HP: Mike Bush 1B: Alan Standiford 3B: David Erwin Start: 3:30 pm Time: 1:47 Attendance: 424 Weather: Still Hot, maybe hotter

48

ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Brown, Shanna pr Chester, Kamri cf King, Ashleigh rf Marshall, Alex rf Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Moreno, Nikki c Valle, Janelle p Hummel, Carly p Carley, Lauren p Totals

1

Player

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

Memphis 4, Chattanooga 1 May 20, 2011 v Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis vs Chattanooga May 20, 2011 at TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (Rhoads Stadium)

Memphis 4 (36-12)

Player

0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 5

1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 5

119

Memphis 1 (35-12) r

4 2 2 1 4 4 3 2 3 0 25

h rbi

1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

np

6

May 12, 2011 v Greenville, N.C.

ab

r

4 3 3 3 0 3 3 2 1 0 2 3 0 0 27

E - VALLE, J.(3); LILLY, B 2(18); LUCIANI, G(1). LOB - MEM 5; USM 5. HR - MOTT, H.(9); MATHIS, J(10). SH - McKINLEY, M.(4); LEJUNE, L(2); THURMAN, C(5). SB - CHESTER, K.(3); HARGROVE, I.(3); MARSHALL, A.(1). Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; PHILLIPS, J.; MORENO, N. 2; PALMIERI, A.; DINELT, B; HURLEY, A. Walks BERNARDINO,; KASSNER, K.; TAKEDA, M; LILLY, B.

East Carolina 5, Memphis 1

JELNICK, Jill rf OSHIRO, Kristi 2b RIGGS, Suzanne lf ROBBINS, Jasmine cf LEWIS, Jordan dp VELASQUEZ, Priscilla 1b FIELDHOUSE, Alex 3b CLARK, Kai c K.-GLACKIN, Chelsea ss PAISLEY, Toni p Totals

Score by Innings East Carolina Memphis

ibb

3

Southern Miss 3 (17-36,4-19)

Player

h rbi

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

E 0 3

ip

7.0

Player

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E 1 0

bk hbp

H 6 3

7.0

East Carolina 5 (37-20) r

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

E - PALMIERI, A.(8). LOB - MEM 5; USM 5. HR - MOTT, H.(10). SF - BERNARDINO,(1). SB - McKINLEY, M.(13); BROWN, S.(4). Strikeouts - PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K.; PALMIERI, A.; LEJUNE, L; HILL, C 2; PERRY, K. Walks KASSNER, K.; TAKEDA, M.

Hummel, Carly W,20-5

Memphis 4 (34-11,14-7) r

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

3 3 3 2 0 3 2 1 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 24

SB

Score by Innings Memphis Southern Miss

r

4 3 3 3 3 3 0 3 1 1 3 0 27

R 4 1

3 3 3 3 3 2 2 0 2 1 2 0 24

2011 University of Memphis Softball East Carolina at Memphis May 12, 2011 at Greenville, N.C. (ECU Softball Stadium)

Southern Miss 1 (17-37,4-20) ab

ab

LEJUNE, Leslie cf BROWN, Taylor 1b DINELT, Britney rf MATHIS, Jill 2b TAKEDA, Michelle lf THURMAN, Chanell ss HURLEY, Alexis dp SHIFLET, Stephanie pr SHER, Mackenzie c LAPOINTE, Danielle ph LILLY, Brittany 3b DIETRICH, Beth p Totals

1

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at Southern Miss May 08, 2011 at Hattiesburg, Miss. (USM Softball Complex)

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Chester, Kamri cf Moreno, Nikki c Brown, Shanna pr Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr/dp Marshall, Alex rf Hummel, Carly p Totals

Player

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4

0 0

Hummel, Carly W,19-5

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May 8, 2011 v Hattiesburg, Miss.

Player

0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 6

HBP - by DIETRICH, B (KING, A.); by DIETRICH, B (PALMIERI, A.); by HUMMEL, C. (THURMAN, C). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: HUMMEL, C. 110/74; DIETRICH, B 119/76. Umpires - HP: David Erwin 1B: Mike Bush 3B: Alan Standiford Start: 1 p.m. Time: 1:53 Attendance: Weather: Really Hot

Memphis 3, Southern Miss 1

Memphis 3 (35-11,15-7)

h rbi

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 4

E - THURMAN, C(24); SHER, M(3); DIETRICH, B(4). LOB - MEM 9; USM 5. HR - MORENO, N.(2). HBP KING, A.; PALMIERI, A.; THURMAN, C. SH - KASSNER, K.(1). SB - BERNARDINO,(7); CHESTER, K.(3); PALMIERI, A.(6); BROWN, S.(3). Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO,; McKINLEY, M.; KING, A.; CHESTER, K. 2; KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A.; MATHIS, J 2; TAKEDA, M; HURLEY, A; SHER, M; LAPOINTE, D; LILLY, B. Walks BERNARDINO,; PHILLIPS, J. 2; HURLEY, A; LILLY, B.

HBP - by STREETMAN, L (McKINLEY, M.); by STREETMAN, L (KING, A.); by VALLE, J. (MCGRATH, K.); by VALLE, J. (MITCHELL, N.). Inherited runners/scored: None. Pitches/strikes: STREETMAN, L 120/83; VALLE, J. 95/58. Umpires - HP: Nelson Rosa 1B: Donnie Blount 3B: Jay Davis Start: 3:20 pm Time: 1:52 Attendance: 327 Weather: 73 deg, Cloudy, S 15 mph

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4 3 4 2 0 3 4 3 2 3 0 0 28

Score by Innings Memphis Southern Miss

ip

1

ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Hargrove, Ijiah pr King, Ashleigh rf Chester, Kamri cf Kassner, Kailey dp Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Moreno, Nikki c Brown, Shanna pr Hummel, Carly p Totals

E 0 0

6.0

May 7, 2011 v Hattiesburg, Miss. 2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at Southern Miss (Game 2) May 07, 2011 at Hattiesburg, Miss. (USM Softball Complex)

Southern Miss 1 (17-35,4-18)

Player

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

LOB - UAB 7; Memphis 7. 2B - MOTT, H.(9). 3B - DOUGLASS, C.(2). HR - CHESTER, K.(1). HBP MCGRATH, K.; MITCHELL, N.; McKINLEY, M.; KING, A.. SH - ARMSTRONG, K(6). SB - BERNARDINO,(6); CHESTER, K.(2). CS - SMITH, T.(3); MOTT, H.(6). Strikeouts - WALDEN, C.; DOUGLASS, C.; ORR, K. 2; MCGRATH, K.; MITCHELL, N.; VAN KIRK, S.; MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; PHILLIPS, J.; KING, A.; KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A. 2; PRESTRIDGE,. Walks ARMSTRONG, K; PALMIERI, A..

STREETMAN, Leigh L,11-7

Memphis 4, Southern Miss 3

2011 University of Memphis Softball Memphis at Southern Miss (Game 1) May 07, 2011 at Hattiesburg, Miss. (USM Softball Complex)

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2011 Box Scores

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h rbi

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

Chattanooga 1 (42-13)

Player

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

ab

Mott, Heather ss Bernardino, Lelani lf McKinley, Maddie 3b Phillips, Jessica 1b Brown, Shanna pr Chester, Kamri cf Kassner, Kailey dp Hargrove, Ijiah pr/dp Marshall, Alex pr King, Ashleigh rf Palmieri, Alyssa 2b Prestridge, Keanah c Hummel, Carly p Totals Score by Innings Memphis Chattanooga

E 0 2

r

4 4 4 4 0 4 3 0 0 2 4 3 0 32

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0 2 1 4 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 13

Player

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

ab

Lyndsey Stiles cf Sara Poteat 2b Michelle Fuzzard dp Tiffany Baker 3b Layne Rainey pr Vivian Morimoto c Natalie Powers c Kasey Tydingco 1b Della Harrison rf Jessica Traxler ss Lauren Flores lf Nikki Waters p Kandice Irwin p Totals

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0 0

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2 2 3 2 0 3 0 3 2 2 3 0 0 22

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0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

E 3 2

E - MOTT, H. 3(9); Traxler(15); Waters(1). LOB - Tigers 10; Lady Mocs 6. 2B - BERNARDINO,(5); Baker(12). HBP - HARGROVE, I.; Stiles. SH - KING, A.(3); Stiles(4); Poteat(9). SF - KING, A.(2). SB - BROWN, S.(6); CHESTER, K.(5); HARGROVE, I.(4); Stiles(34). Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; PHILLIPS, J. 3; KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A. 2; PRESTRIDGE,; Stiles; Fuzzard; Baker; Harrison 2. Walks - Baker; Harrison; Traxler.

E - McKINLEY, M.(9); PHILLIPS, J.(3). LOB - ECU 7; MEM 6. 2B - Lewis(8). HR - PHILLIPS, J.(15). HBP - Robbins; Clark; PALMIERI, A.. SH - Oshiro 2(7); Riggs(2). SB - BROWN, S.(5). Strikeouts - Jelnick 2; Robbins; Lewis; Clark; K.-Glackin; MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO,; McKINLEY, M. 2; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K.; KING, A.; KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A.; MORENO, N.. Walks - Riggs; Robbins 2; MOTT, H.; PHILLIPS, J.; KASSNER, K..

Memphis

Hummel, Carly W,21-6

7.0

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93

East Carolina

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PAISLEY, Toni W,28-11

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Memphis

Valle, Janelle Hummel, Carly L,20-6 Carley, Lauren

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WP - VALLE, J.(8); HUMMEL, C.(5). HBP - by HUMMEL, C. (Clark); by HUMMEL, C. (Robbins); by Paisley (PALMIERI, A.). PB - Clark(11). Inherited runners/scored: HUMMEL, C. 2/1. Pitches/strikes: Paisley 134/87; VALLE, J. 30/19; HUMMEL, C. 77/53; CARLEY, L. 32/19. Umpires - HP: Danny Bowman 1B: Jay Davis 3B: Melody Wiggins Start: 4:32 pm Time: 2:21 Attendance: 594 Weather: 73 Degrees, Partly Cloudy VALLE, J. faced 2 batters in the 2nd.

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#3 Alabama 7, Memphis 1 May 21, 2011 v Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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2011 University of Memphis Softball #3 Alabama at Memphis May 21, 2011 at TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (Rhoads Stadium) Alabama 7 (48-8)

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LOB - Crimson Tide 6; Tigers 6. HR - Hunt(10); McKINLEY, M.(7). HBP - Larsen. SH - Iamurri(4). SB - Braud(53); Fenton(27). Strikeouts - Braud; Locke; Davis; Boccia; Hunt 2; Branham; Conley; MOTT, H.; BERNARDINO, 2; PHILLIPS, J.; CHESTER, K. 3; KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A. 2; ROBERTS, E.; MARSHALL, A.; PRESTRIDGE,. Walks - Fenton; Lunceford; Conley; MOTT, H. 2; MARSHALL, A.; LINDAHL, A.. Alabama

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports 2 0 1 1 C o n f e r e n c e USA S t a n d i n g s #+Houston #+Tulsa #UAB #Memphis #&East Carolina UCF Marshall Southern Miss UTEP

W-L 19-5 19-5 17-6 15-7 14-10 11-13 5-17-1 4-20 1-22-1

C-USA Pct. Home .792 8-4 .792 11-1 .739 10-2 .682 5-6 .583 4-8 .458 9-3 .239 5-5-1 .167 3-9 .063 0-12

Away 11-1 8-4 7-4 10-1 10-2 2-10 0-12 1-11 1-10-1

W-L 44-18 46-15 39-19 36-14 41-22 22-32 19-33-1 17-38 16-37-1

Pct. .710 .754 .672 .720 .651 .407 .368 .309 .306

Overall Home Away 19-6 16-9 21-2 11-8 18-5 12-6 13-6 12-4 20-11 14-7 18-15 2-14 8-9-1 3-16 12-14 2-16 10-20 3-13-1

2011 C-USA Tournament Neutral 9-3 13-4 9-8 11-4 7-4 2-3 8-8 3-8 3-4

L10 7-3 7-3 6-4 6-4 7-3 4-6 4-5-1 1-9 0-9-1

T25 11-6 2-5 3-3 2-2 0-4 0-3 0-4 1-2 0-2

2011 Conference USA Tournament Results May 12-14, 2011 Greenville, N.C. Quarterfinals #2 Tulsa 10, #7 Marshall 0 (5) #6 UCF 2, #3 UAB 1 #5 East Carolina 5, #4 Memphis 1 #1 Houston 4, #8 Southern Miss 2 Semifinals #2 Tulsa 6, #6 UCF 1 #5 East Carolina 1, #1 Houston 0

+ - C-USA co-Regular Season Champions & - C-USA Softball Champion # - NCAA Participant

2 0 1 1 C o n f e r e n c e USA L e a d e r s Team .283 .282 .257 .249 .249 .244 .244 .241 .234

Runs Scored 1. Houston 2. Tulsa 3. East Carolina 4. Memphis 5. UTEP 6. Southern Miss 7. UAB 8. Marshall 9. UCF

287 .267 226 219 218 206 198 190 166

Home Runs 1. Houston 2. Memphis 3. Marshall 4. UTEP 5. Tulsa Southern Miss 7. UAB 8. UCF 9. East Carolina

67 39 35 34 33 33 21 17 16

Stolen Bases 1. Marshall 2. UCF 3. Tulsa 4. UTEP 5. East Carolina 6. UAB 7. Memphis 8. Houston 9. Southern Miss

134 76 60 56 55 48 47 33 26

Earned Run Average 1. Houston 2. East Carolina

1.35 1.46

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Memphis UAB Tulsa UCF Southern Miss Marshall UTEP

Batters Struck Out 1. Houston 2. East Carolina 3. Tulsa 4. UAB 5. Memphis 6. Marshall 7. UTEP 8. Southern Miss 9. UCF

1.81 1.82 1.83 3.41 4.02 4.34 6.03

4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

LATHAN-HOU GAMBY, R.-MAR MOTT, H.-MEM MATHIS, Jill-USM KLINKERT-HOU McCLAIN, Abby-UCF Five Tied

13 12 10 10 10 8 7

511 504 459 398 312 243 236 233 176

Stolen Bases 1. EVERETT, C.-TLS 2. LAND, Natalie-UCF 3. Cottrell, M.-MAR HUGHES, J.-MAR 5. GUE, A.-MAR THOMPSON, T.-MAR 7. WALDEN, Caley-UAB 8. JEST, Allie-UCF 9. SMITH, Tiffany-UAB 10. McKINLEY, M.-MEM

35 25 23 23 21 21 20 19 15 13

Individual Batting Average 1. EVERETT, C.-TLS 2. MOTT, H.-MEM 3. LAND, Natalie-UCF 4. COBB, S.-TLS 5. ANDERSON-HOU 6. PHILLIPS, J.-MEM 7. SHERMAN-HOU 8. WALDEN, Caley-UAB 9. LILLY, Brittany-USM 10. CHAPMAN, K.-TLS

.407 .353 .346 .342 .339 .336 .333 .326 .321 .317

Runs Scored 1. ANDERSON-HOU 2. BARRETT, J.-TLS 3. TROUPE, C.-UTEP SHERMAN-HOU OSHIRO, Kristi-ECU EVERETT, C.-TLS 7. GREGSON-HOU MOTT, H.-MEM 9. KLINKERT-HOU 10. McKINLEY, M.-MEM

41 39 37 37 37 37 36 36 35 33

Home Runs 1. GREGSON-HOU 2. PHILLIPS, J.-MEM 3. TROUPE, C.-UTEP

16 15 14

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Championship Match #5 East Carolina 4, #2 Tulsa 1

Earned Run Average 1. CRABTREE-HOU 2. PAISLEY, Toni-ECU 3. CREGER, A.-TLS 4. STREETMAN, Leigh-UAB 5. HUMMEL, C.-MEM 6. VALLE, J.-MEM 7. BOURGEOIS-HOU 8. WEBSTER, Lauren-UAB 9. KINARD, J.-TLS 10. SMITH, Alisha-UAB

0.96 1.03 1.05 1.34 1.46 1.62 1.67 1.68 2.21 2.52

Batters Struck Out 1. PAISLEY, Toni-ECU 2. CRABTREE-HOU 3. CREGER, A.-TLS 4. HUMMEL, C.-MEM 5. STREETMAN, Leigh-UAB 6. BOURGEOIS-HOU 7. KINARD, J.-TLS 8. AUGER, C.-UTEP 9. SUTTON, Faith-ECU 10. WILLIAMSON-MAR

396 336 256 196 194 135 128 126 108 99

2012

2011 C-USA A wa r d s Players of the Year Melissa Gregson, Houston Pitcher of the Year Toni Paisley, East Carolina Freshman Player of the Year Aimee Creger, Tulsa Newcomer of the Year Donna Bourgeois, Houston Coach of the Year John Bargfeldt, Tulsa All-Conference USA First Team C: Rebecca Gamby, Marshall IF: Holly Anderson, Houston IF: Heather Mott, Memphis IF: Samantha Cobb, Tulsa IF: Natalie Land, UCF OF: Melissa Gregson, Houston OF: Caitlin Everett, Tulsa OF: Caley Walden, UAB U: Lacey Middlebrooks, Tulsa P: Toni Paisley, East Carolina P: Aimee Creger, Tulsa All-Conference USA Second Team C: Mandy Lowman, UAB IF: Sissy Jimenez, East Carolina IF: Brooke Lathan, Houston IF: Jill Barrett, Tulsa IF: Kelly Chapman, Tulsa IF: Tiffany Lane, UCF OF: Suzanne Riggs, East Carolina OF: Leslie LeJune, Southern Miss OF: Shelby Blanton, Tulsa U: Jill Jelnick, East Carolina P: Donna Bourgeois, Houston P: Amanda Crabtree, Houston All-Freshman Team Jill Jelnick, East Carolina Kristi Oshiro, East Carolina Jasmine Robbins, East Carolina Jordan Lewis, East Carolina Haley Outon, Houston Diedre Outon, Houston Ashleigh King, Memphis Brittany Lilly, Southern Miss Jill Barrett, Tulsa Aimee Creger, Tulsa Shelby Blanton, Tulsa Leigh Streetman, UAB

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Year-By-Year Results 2006

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Record: 28-26 • C-USA: 10-13 H: 12-7 • A: 11-14 • N: 5-5 Coach: Windy Thees 2/11 2/11 2/12 2/12 2/24 2/24 2/25 2/25 2/28 2/28 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/18 3/18 3/22 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/29 3/29 4/5 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/29 4/29 4/30 5/6 5/6 5/7

vs. Grambling State $ at #18 UL-Lafayette $ vs. Ole Miss $ vs. Grambling State $ vs. St. John’s ? at FIU ? vs. Notre Dame ? vs. Buffalo ? at Grambling State at Grambling State vs. Canisius College % at North Carolina % vs. Princeton % vs. North Dakota % vs. South Carolina % at UAB* at UAB* at UAB* at Lipscomb at Lipscomb at Belmont at Belmont UTEP* UTEP* Grambling State Grambling State Southeast Missouri Southeast Missouri at Tulsa* at Tulsa* at Tulsa* Austin Peay Austin Peay at UT Martin at UT Martin Southern Miss* Southern Miss* Southern Miss* Middle Tennessee Middle Tennessee at UCF* at UCF* at UCF* at Tennessee State at Tennessee State East Carolina* East Carolina* East Carolina* Marshall* Marshall* Marshall* at Houston* at Houston* at Houston*

W 19-0 L 1-12 W 11-0 W 10-1 W 9-3 W 3-0 L 1-4 L 0-1 W 14-0 W 22-0 L 0-2 L 2-10 W 2-1 (8) L 0-3 L 1-2 L 1-2 (8) L 3-8 W 7-3 W 2-1 (8) W 6-5 L 2-4 W 8-4 W 6-4 W 11-6 W 13-1 W 17-0 L 1-2 W 3-2 L 1-4 L 0-3 L 1-9 L 1-2 W 10-2 L 2-6 L 0-1 W 4-0 W 4-0 L 1-2 (10) L 2-3 W 2-0 L 1-2 L 3-4 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 4-0 L 1-4 W 8-0 W 6-1 L 5-9 W 7-2 L 1-3 W 6-3 L 4-5 L 1-3

* - Conference USA Games $ - Louisiana Classic (Louisiana - Lafayette, La.) ? - FIU Tournament (FIU - Miami, Fla.) % - UNC Tournament (UNC - Chapel Hill, N.C.) () - Extra Inning Game

2007 Record: 36-25 • C-USA: 10-12 H: 19-7 • A: 9-13 • N: 8-5 Coach: Windy Thees 2/9 2/9 2/10 2/10 2/11 2/11 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/17 2/23 2/23 2/25 2/25 2/27 2/27 3/2 3/3 3/3

vs. Centenary $ W 4-2 at #7 LSU $ L 1-3 vs. Missouri $ W 9-3 vs. Middle Tennessee $ W 1-0 vs. Missouri $ W 7-3 at #7 LSU $ L 2-7 (9) vs. Jacksonville ! L 1-2 (8) vs. South Carolina ! W 3-1 at #22 Florida State ! L 0-8 vs. Kansas ! L 2-5 Miss. Valley State # W 8-2 Southeast Missouri # W 2-1 (9) Evansville # L 1-7 Alabama A&M # W 7-4 Belmont W 11-3 Belmont W 9-1 at San Diego % W 4-2 vs. CS Northridge % L 2-4 vs. Loyola Marymount% W 3-0

3/4 at San Diego % W 5-2 3/4 vs. UC Riverside % W 1-0 3/14 Lipscomb W 13-4 3/14 Lipscomb W 9-5 3/17 at UTEP* W 7-3 3/17 at UTEP* L 2-8 3/18 at UTEP* L 3-4 3/24 Houston* L 1-5 3/24 Houston* W 2-1 3/25 Houston* L 3-15 3/28 UT Martin W 7-4 3/28 UT Martin W 2-1 3/31 at Southern Miss* W 6-1 3/31 at Southern Miss* L 3-6 4/4 at Middle Tennessee W 11-2 4/4 at Middle Tennessee W 2-1 4/6 Tulsa* L 4-13 4/6 Tulsa* L 1-9 4/7 Tulsa* L 5-8 4/10 at #1 Tennessee L 1-4 4/12 Alcorn State W 11-3 4/12 Alcorn State W 7-0 4/14 at East Carolina* W 8-3 4/14 at East Carolina* L 0-5 4/18 Tennessee State W 8-0 4/18 Tennessee State L 0-1 4/21 at Marshall* L 3-5 4/21 at Marshall* L 4-5 4/22 at Marshall* L 1-3 4/24 at Southeast Missouri L 3-4 4/24 at Southeast Missouri W 10-1 4/25 at Austin Peay L 0-1 4/25 at Austin Peay W 2-1 (8) 4/28 UAB* W 2-1 4/28 UAB* W 5-4 (11) 4/29 UAB* W 2-1 5/5 UCF* W 2-1 (11) 5/5 UCF* W 2-1 5/6 UCF* W 2-1 C-USA Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 5/10 vs. Tulsa W 2-1 5/10 vs. East Carolina L 0-1 (10) 5/11 vs. Marshall L 0-1

* - Conference USA Games $ - Easton Tiger Classic (LSU - Baton Rouge, La.) ! - Sunshine State Tourn. (FSU - Tallahassee, Fla.) # - Blues City Classic (Memphis - Southaven, Miss.) % - San Diego Tournament (San Diego - San Diego, Calif.) () - Extra Inning Game

2008 Record: 25-30 • C-USA: 4-18 H: 11-7 • A: 4-19 • N: 10-4 Coach: Windy Thees 2/8 2/8 2/9 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/22 2/23 2/23 2/24 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/5 3/5 3/10 3/10 3/12 3/12 3/14 3/14 3/16 3/16 3/21 3/22 3/22 3/29 3/29 3/30 4/2 4/2

vs. Illinois & L 5-8 at USF & L 0-7 vs. #13 Florida & L 0-9 vs. Florida Gulf Coast & W 7-4 (8) vs. Bethune-Cookman& W 6-0 (8) vs. Texas Tech $ W 5-3 at #4/5 Arizona State $ L 1-12 vs. Nebraska $ W 7-3 vs. Idaho State $ W 10-1 Morehead State # L 1-2 Southeast Missouri # W 3-1 Alabama A&M # W 6-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff # W 16-2 vs. North Texas % W 4-0 at #9/10 Oklahoma % L 0-17 vs. North Texas % L 4-5 at #9/10 Oklahoma % L 0-10 Central Arkansas W 9-1 Central Arkansas W 5-4 (9) Marshall* L 2-13 Marshall* L 3-8 at Alabama A&M W 9-0 at Alabama A&M W 16-1 vs. Gardner-Webb ! W 2-1 vs. Providence ! L 5-8 vs. Vermont ! W 6-1 vs. Furman ! W 5-0 at UAB* L 4-6 at UAB* L 1-9 at UAB* L 3-4 at #11/11 Houston* L 0-8 at #11/11 Houston* L 1-7 at #11/11 Houston* L 0-3 at Tennessee State L 0-4 at Tennessee State L 2-3

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4/5 UTEP* W 1-0 4/5 UTEP* W 6-2 4/6 UTEP* W 5-1 4/9 at UT-Martin W 6-4 4/9 at UT-Martin W 5-2 4/12 Southern Miss* L 0-2 4/12 Southern Miss* W 4-0 4/13 Southern Miss* L 5-7 4/15 Alcorn State W 10-0 4/15 Alcorn State W 7-2 4/19 at UCF* L 0-5 4/19 at UCF* L 2-4 4/20 at UCF* L 0-8 4/26 East Carolina* L 4-9 4/26 East Carolina* L 11-12 5/3 at Tulsa* L 4-7 5/3 at Tulsa* L 0-10 5/4 at Tulsa* L 0-8 C-USA Tournament (Houston, Texas) 5/8 vs. UAB W 8-6 5/8 at #9/11 Houston L 1-9

* - Conference USA Games & - USF Wilson Invitational (USF, Tampa, Fla.) $ - Kajikawa Classic (Arizona State - Tempe, Ariz.) # - Blues City Classic (Memphis, Southaven, Miss.) % - Residence Inn Invit. (Oklahoma - Norman, Okla.) ! - Winthrop/Adidas Invit. (Winthrop - Rock Hill, S.C.) () - Extra Inning Game

2009 Record: 22-30 • C-USA: 7-17 H: 11-8 • A: 9-12 • N: 2-10 Coach: Windy Thees 2/6 2/7 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/14 2/17 2/17 2/20 2/20 2/21 2/21 2/22 2/26 2/26 2/27 3/4 3/4 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/12 3/13 3/21 3/21 3/22 3/28 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/10 4/10

vs. Jacksonville State ! vs. #3/2 Alabama ! at South Alabama ! vs. Northwestern St. ! Alcorn State Alcorn State at Middle Tennessee at Middle Tennessee vs. Drexel $ vs. Iowa $ vs. Buffalo $ at Kennesaw State $ vs. Miami (OH) $ at Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Arkansas-Pine Bluff UMKC % Central Arkansas Central Arkansas at UTEP* at UTEP* at UTEP* vs. #9/11 California # vs. Utah # vs. St. John’s # vs. Radford # at Hawai’i # Tulsa* Tulsa* Tulsa* at Southern Miss* at Southern Miss* at Southern Miss* UT Martin UT Martin at Marshall* at Marshall* at Marshall* Houston* Houston*

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1-5 2-7 7-4 4-6 10-2 6-2 10-2 12-5 1-4 0-8 1-2 (9) 7-4 1-2 15-2 3-1 4-9 5-2 9-1 12-14 4-12 10-8 0-1 5-1 7-1 (8) 2-4 3-5 1-9 0-10 2-11 3-9 2-1 2-3 7-2 5-4 (9) 2-6 2-3 3-4 5-3 11-3

4/11 Houston* W 3-2 (8) 4/15 at Samford W 2-1 4/15 at Samford L 1-2 4/18 at East Carolina* L 0-2 4/18 at East Carolina* L 1-2 4/19 at East Carolina* L 1-6 4/24 UCF* W 2-0 4/24 UCF* L 2-3 4/25 UCF* L 3-4 4/28 UAB* L 0-9 4/28 UAB* W 5-1 4/29 UAB* L 0-14 C-USA Tournament (El Paso, Texas) 5/7 vs. UAB L 5-11

* - Conference USA Games ! - South Alabama Invitational (USA, Mobile, Ala.) $ - K-Club Classic (Kennesaw State - Kennesaw, Ga.) % - Blues City Classic (Memphis, Memphis, Tenn.) # - Spring Fling Tourn. (Hawai’i - Honolulu, Hawai’i) () - Extra Inning Game

2010 Record: 25-26 • C-USA: 8-15 H: 15-11 • A: 5-10 • N: 5-5 Coach: Windy Thees 2/13 2/13 2/19 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/23 2/23 2/26 2/26 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/10 3/10 3/13 3/13 3/20 3/20 3/21 3/23 3/23 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/30 3/30 4/2 4/2 4/3 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/21 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/8

Wichita State Wichita State Appalachian State $ IPFW $ Indiana State $ McNeese State $ Belmont Belmont vs. Drexel # vs. North Dakota St. # vs. Rutgers % vs. Jacksonville % vs. Loyola-Chicago % vs. Fordham % vs. Virginia Tech % at North Florida at North Florida at UCF* at UCF* UTEP* UTEP* UTEP* at Saint Louis at Saint Louis at Tulsa* at Tulsa* at Tulsa* Miss. Valley State Miss. Valley State Marshall* Marshall* Marshall* at Houston* at Houston* at Houston* Alabama State Alabama State Middle Tennessee Middle Tennessee Southern Miss* Southern Miss* Southern Miss* vs. Arkansas at UAB* at UAB* at UAB* East Carolina*

W 11-2 L 1-4 W 5-2 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 2-1 (8) W 7-0 W 12-4 W 5-2 L 1-6 L 1-2 (8) W 8-3 W 2-1 L 1-2 W 2-0 L 2-3 W 7-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 2-0 L 1-3 W 1-0 L 4-5 (9) L 5-7 W 6-1 L 3-5 W 4-1 W 5-1 W 5-4 L 2-4 W 2-1 (8) L 0-4 L 0-5 L 4-7 W 2-0 W 5-0 L 0-3 W 6-0 L 0-2 L 6-9 W 3-2 (10) L 1-6 W 4-1 L 2-5 L 0-1 (8) L 0-3

5/8 East Carolina* L 0-8 5/9 East Carolina* L 0-1 C-USA Tournament (Houston, Texas) 5/13 vs. Tulsa W 5-1 5/14 vs. UCF L 1-3

* - Conference USA Games $ - Blues City Classic (Memphis - Memphis, Tenn.) # - UCSB Gaucho Classic (UCSB - Santa Barbara, Calif.) % - USF Under Armour Invit.(USF - Clearwater, Fla.) () - Extra Inning Game

2011 Record: 36-14 • C-USA: 15-7 H: 13-6 • A: 12-4 • N: 11-4 Coach: Windy Thees 2/11 vs. North Florida & W 3-0 2/11 vs. DePaul & L 5-6 2/12 vs. #22 Ohio State & W 7-3 (8) 2/12 at FIU & L 6-7 2/13 vs. Kentucky & W 3-2 2/19 vs. Appalachian State $ W 1-0 2/19 at Georgia State $ W 3-2 2/20 vs. Lipscomb $ W 1-0 2/20 vs. Appalachian State $ W 1-0 2/23 Alabama A&M W 8-0 2/23 Alabama A&M W 9-0 2/25 at #16 Stanford # W 2-1 2/26 vs. North Dakota St. # L 0-2 2/26 vs. UC-Davis # W 8-3 2/27 vs. Colorado State # W 4-3 (8) 3/6 vs. #22 Texas A&M % L 0-1 (9) 3/6 vs. Miss. Valley State % W 5-1 3/12 at East Carolina* L 1-4 3/12 at East Carolina* W 2-1 3/13 at East Carolina* W 1-0 3/16 Mississippi Valley State W 8-0 3/16 Mississippi Valley State W 2-0 3/19 Houston* L 1-7 3/19 Houston* L 0-8 3/20 Houston* W 2-0 3/26 at UTEP* W 5-3 3/26 at UTEP* W 13-3 3/27 at UTEP* W 15-6 4/2 Tulsa* L 1-4 4/2 Tulsa* L 1-2 (8) 4/3 Tulsa* L 0-7 4/6 Alabama State W 7-0 4/6 Alabama State W 12-4 4/9 at Marshall* W 10-3 4/10 at Marshall* W 7-4 4/13 Tennessee State W 7-2 4/13 Tennessee State W 8-0 4/19 vs. Arkansas W 14-2 4/22 UCF* W 3-0 4/22 UCF* W 4-1 4/23 UCF* W 8-0 4/30 UAB* L 2-4 4/30 UAB* W 1-0 5/7 at Southern Miss* W 4-1 5/7 at Southern Miss* W 4-3 5/8 at Southern Miss* W 3-1 C-USA Tournament (Greenville, N.C.) 5/12 at East Carolina L 1-5 NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional 5/20 vs. Chattanooga W 4-1 5/21 at #3 Alabama L 1-7 5/21 vs. Chattanooga L 1-2

* - Conference USA Games & - FIU Combat Classic (FIU - Miami, Fla.) $ - Panther Invitational (Georgia State - Atlanta, Ga.) # - Stanford Nike Invit.(Stanford - Palo Alto, Calif.) % - Bulldog Classic (Mississippi State - Starkville, Miss.) () - Extra Inning Game

Year-by-Year Coaching Breakdown Year Coach 2006 Windy Thees 2007 Windy Thees 2008 Windy Thees 2009 Windy Thees 2010 Windy Thees 2011 Windy Thees Thees Totals (6 yrs)

W-L-T 28-26 36-25 25-30 22-30 25-26 36-14 172-151

Pct. .519 .590 .455 .423 .490 .720 .533

Conference Finish 10-13 (C-USA) 7th/9 10-12 (C-USA) 6th/9 4-18 (C-USA) 9th/9 7-17 (C-USA) 9th/9 8-15 (C-USA) 7th/9 15-7 (C-USA) 4th/9 54-82

Home 12-7 19-7 11-7 11-8 15-11 13-6 81-46

Road 11-14 9-13 4-19 9-12 5-10 12-4 50-72

Neutral 5-5 8-5 10-4 2-10 5-5 11-4 41-33

2012 Natalie Poole Poole Totals (First yr) All-Time Totals (6 Yrs)

172-151

.533

54-82

81-46

50-72

41-33

2012

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports Alabama (0-2) 2-7-2009 N 5-21-2011 A

#3/2 #3/4

L L

2-7 1-7

Alabama A&M (6-0) 2-25-2007 H 2-23-2008 H 3-12-2008 A 3-12-2008 A 2-20-2011 H 2-20-2011 H

W W W W W W

7-4 6-0 9-0 16-1 8-0 9-0

Alabama State (4-0) 4-14-2010 H 4-14-2010 H 4-6-2011 H 4-6-2011 H

W W W W

2-0 5-0 7-0 12-4

Alcorn State (6-0) 4-12-2007 H 4-12-2007 H 4-15-2008 H 4-15-2008 H 2-14-2009 H 2-14-2009 H

W W W W W W

Arkansas (1-1) 4-21-2010 N 4-19-2011 N

5-2 1-0 1-0

L W

1-6 14-2

Arkansas-Pine Bluff (3-0) 2-24-2008 H W 2-26-2009 A W 2-26-2009 A W

16-2 15-2 3-1

Arizona State (0-1) 2-16-2008 A #4/5

L

1-12

Austin Peay (2-2) 3-29-2006 H 3-29-2006 H 4-25-2007 A 4-25-2007 A

L W L W (8)

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

Belmont (5-1) 3-15-2006 A 3-15-2006 A 2-27-2007 H 2-27-2007 H 2-23-2010 H 2-23-2010 H

L W W W W W

2-4 8-4 11-3 9-1 7-0 12-4

Bethune Cookman (1-0) 2-10-2008 N W (8) 6-0 Buffalo (0-2) 2-25-2006 N 2-21-2009 N

L L (9)

0-1 1-2

Cal State Northridge (0-1) 3-3-2007 N L

2-4

California (0-1) 3-11-2009 N #9/11 L

0-1

Canisius College (0-1) 3-3-2006 N

L

0-2

Chattanooga (1-1) 5-20-2011 N 5-21-2011 N

W L

4-1 1-2

Centenary (1-0) 2-9-2007 N

W

4-2

9-1 5-4 5-2 9-1

Colorado State (1-0) 2-27-2011 N W (8) 4-3 DePaul (0-1) 2-11-2011 N

L

5-6

Drexel (1-1) 2-20-2009 N 2-26-2010 N

L W

1-4 5-2

East Carolina (5-13) 4-22-2006 H L 1-4 4-22-2006 H W 8-0 4-23-2006 H W 6-1 4-14-2007 A W 8-3 4-14-2007 A L 0-5 5-10-2007 N L (10) 0-1 4-26-2008 H L 4-9 4-26-2008 H L 11-12 4-18-2009 A L 0-2 4-18-2009 A L 1-2 4-19-2009 A L 1-6 5-8-2010 H L 0-3 5-8-2010 H L 0-8 5-9-2010 H L 0-1 3-12-2011 A L 1-4 3-12-2011 A W 2-1 3-13-2011 A W 1-0 5-12-2011 A L 1-5 Evansville (0-1) 2-25-2007 H

L

1-7

FIU (1-1) 2-24-2006 A 2-12-2011 A

W L

3-0 6-7

Florida (0-1) 2-9-2008 N

L

0-9

#13

Florida Gulf Coast (1-0) 2-9-2008 N W (8) 7-4

3-24-2007 3-24-2007 3-25-2007 3-29-2008 3-29-2008 3-30-2008 5-8-2008 4-10-2009 4-10-2009 4-11-2009 4-10-2010 4-10-2010 4-11-2010 3-19-2011 3-19-2011 3-20-2011

H L H W H L A #11/11 L A #11/11 L A #11/11 L A #9/11 L H W H W H W (8) A L A L A L H L H L H W

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

Idaho State (1-0) 2-17-2008 N

W

10-1

Illinois (0-1) 2-8-2008 N

L

5-8

Indiana State (0-1) 2-20-2010 H

L

0-1

L L W L W (8) W W

2-3 3-4 5-4 2-4 2-1 10-3 7-4

Princeton (1-0) 3-4-2006 N

Miami (OH) (0-1) 2-22-2009 N

L

Middle Tennessee (7-2) 4-12-2006 H 4-12-2006 H 2-10-2007 N 4-4-2007 A 4-4-2007 A 2-17-2009 A 2-17-2009 A 4-15-2010 H 4-15-2010 H Mississippi (1-0) 2-12-2006 N

4-4-2009 4-5-2009 4-2-2010 4-2-2010 4-3-2010 4-9-2011 4-10-2011

A A H H H A A

Providence (0-1) 3-14-2008 N

L

5-8

Radford (0-1) 3-12-2009 N

L

2-4

1-2

Rutgers (0-1) 3-5-2010 N

L 1-2 (8)

L W W W W W W L W

2-3 2-0 1-0 11-2 2-1 10-2 12-5 0-3 6-0

Saint Louis (1-1) 3-23-2010 A 3-23-2010 A

W L (9)

1-0 4-5

Samford (1-1) 4-15-2009 A 4-15-2009 A

W L

2-1 1-2

W

11-0

San Diego (2-0) 3-2-2007 A 3-2-2007 A

W W

4-2 5-2

South Alabama (1-0) 2-7-2009 A

W

7-4

South Carolina (1-1) 3-5-2006 N 2-16-2007 N

L W

1-2 3-1

Mississippi Valley State (6-0) 2-23-2007 H W 3-30-2010 H W 3-30-2010 H W 3-6-2011 N W 3-16-2011 H W 3-16-2011 H W

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

Iowa (0-1) 2-20-2009 N

L

0-8

IPFW (0-1) 2-19-2010 H

L

0-1

Jacksonville (1-1) 2-16-2007 N 3-5-2010 N

L (8) W

1-2 8-3

Jacksonville State (0-1) 2-6-2009 N L

Missouri (2-0) 2-10-2007 N 2-11-2007 N

W W

1-5

Kansas (0-1) 2-17-2007 N

McNeese State (1-0) 2-21-2010 N

W 2-1 (8)

L

2-5

Kennesaw State (1-0) 2-21-2009 A

Morehead State (0-1) 2-22-2008 H

L

1-2

W

7-4

Kentucky (1-0) 2-13-2011 N

Nebraska (1-0) 2-16-2008 N

W

7-3

W

3-2

North Carolina (0-1) 3-4-2006 A

L

2-10

W (8) W W W W

2-1 6-5 13-4 9-5 1-0

North Dakota (0-1) 3-4-2006 N

L

0-3

North Dakota State (0-2) 2-26-2010 N L 2-26-2011 N L

1-6 0-2

1-12

North Florida (2-1) 3-10-2010 A 3-10-2010 A 2-11-2011 N

L W W

2-3 7-1 3-0

Florida State (0-1) 2-17-2007 A #22

L

0-8

Fordham (0-1) 3-6-2010 N

L

1-2

Lipscomb (5-0) 3-14-2006 A 3-14-2006 A 3-14-2007 H 3-14-2007 H 2-20-2011 N

Furman (1-0) 3-16-2008 N

W

5-0

Louisiana-Lafayette (0-1) 2-11-2006 A #18 L

W (8) 2-1

SB

Appalachian State (3-0) 2-19-2010 N W 2-19-2011 N W 2-20-2011 N W

11-3 7-0 10-0 7-2 10-2 6-2

Central Arkansas (4-0) 3-5-2008 H W 3-5-2008 H W (9) 3-4-2009 H W 3-4-2009 H W

Southeast Missouri (4-2) 3-23-2006 H L 1-2 3-23-2006 H W 3-2 2-23-2007 H W 2-1 (9) 4-24-2007 A L 3-4 4-24-2007 A W 10-1 2-23-2008 H W 3-1 Southern Miss (9-8) 4-8-2006 H W 4-8-2006 H W 4-9-2006 H L (10) 3-31-2007 A W 3-31-2007 A L 4-12-2008 H L 4-12-2008 H W 4-13-2008 H L 3-28-2009 A L 3-28-2009 A W 3-29-2009 A L 4-17-2010 H L 4-17-2010 H L 4-18-2010 H W (10) 5-7-2011 A W 5-7-2011 A W 5-8-2011 A W

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

Gardner-Webb (1-0) 3-14-2008 N

W

2-1

Loyola-Chicago (1-0) 3-6-2010 N

W

2-1

Georgia State (1-0) 2-19-2011 A

W

3-2

Loyola Marymount (1-0) 3-3-2007 N W

3-0

LSU (0-2) 2-9-2007 A 2-11-2007 A

North Texas (1-1) 3-1-2008 N 3-2-2008 N

W L

4-0 4-5

Stanford (1-0) 2-25-2011 A #16/17 W

2-1

1-3 2-7

Northwestern State (0-1) 2-8-2009 N L

4-6

Tennessee (0-1) 4-10-2007 A

1-4

Notre Dame (0-1) 2-25-2006 N

1-4

Grambling State (6-0) 2-11-2006 N 2-12-2006 N 2-28-2006 A 2-28-2006 A 3-22-2006 H 3-22-2006 H

W W W W W W

19-0 10-1 14-0 22-0 13-1 17-0

Hawai’i (0-1) 3-12-2009 A

L

3-5

Houston (6-13) 5-6-2006 A 5-6-2006 A 5-7-2006 A

W L L

6-3 4-5 1-3

#7 L #7 L (9)

Marshall (6-11) 4-29-2006 H 4-29-2006 H 4-30-2006 H 4-21-2007 A 4-21-2007 A 4-22-2007 A 5-11-2007 N 3-10-2008 H 3-10-2008 H 4-4-2009 A

University of Memphis

L W W L L L L L L L

2012

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

L

Ohio State (1-0) 2-12-2011 N #21/22 W (8) 7-3 Oklahoma (0-2) 3-1-2008 A #9/10 L 3-2-2008 A #9/10 L

0-17 0-10

St. John’s (2-0) 2-24-2006 N 3-12-2009 N

#1

W 9-3 W 7-1 (8)

L

Tennessee Martin (6-2) 4-5-2006 A L 4-5-2006 A L 3-28-2007 H W 3-28-2007 H W 4-9-2008 A W 4-9-2008 A W 4-1-2009 H W 4-1-2009 H W (9)

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2-6 0-1 7-4 2-1 6-4 5-2 7-2 5-4


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2012 Memphis Spring Sports All-Time Series Record Tennessee State (5-3) 4-19-2006 A 4-19-2006 A 4-18-2007 H 4-18-2007 H 4-2-2008 A 4-2-2008 A 4-13-2011 H 4-13-2011 H

W W W L L L W W

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

Texas A&M (0-1) 3-6-2011 N #22 L (9)

0-1

Texas Tech (1-0) 2-16-2008 N

5-3

Tulsa (3-17) 3-25-2006 A 3-25-2006 A 3-26-2006 A 4-6-2007 H 4-6-2007 H 4-7-2007 H 5-10-2007 N 5-3-2008 A 5-3-2008 A 5-4-2008 A 3-21-2009 H 3-21-2009 H 3-22-2009 H 3-27-2010 A 3-27-2010 A 3-28-2010 A 5-13-2010 N 4-2-2011 H 4-2-2011 H 4-3-2011 H UAB (8-11) 3-11-2006 3-11-2006 3-12-2006 4-28-2007 4-28-2007 4-29-2007 3-21-2008 3-22-2008 3-22-2008 5-8-2008 4-28-2009 4-28-2009 4-29-2009 5-7- 2009 5-1-2010 5-1-2010 5-2-2010 4-30-2011 4-30-2011

W L L L L L L W L L L L L L L W L W L L (8) L

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

A L (8) 1-2 A L 3-8 A W 7-3 H W 2-1 H W (11) 5-4 H W 2-1 A L 4-6 A L 1-9 A L 3-4 N W 8-6 H L 0-9 H W 5-1 H L 0-14 N L 5-11 A W 4-1 A L 2-5 A L (8) 0-1 H L 2-4 H W 1-0

UC Davis (1-0) 2-26-2011 N

W

8-3

UC Riverside (1-0) 3-4-2007 N

W

1-0

UCF (9-9) 4-14-2006 4-14-2006 4-15-2006 5-5-2007 5-5-2007 5-6-2007 4-19-2008 4-19-2008 4-20-2008 4-24-2009 4-24-2009 4-25-2009 3-13-2010

A L A L A W H W (11) H W H W A L A L A L H W H L H L A W

3-13-2010 5-14-2010 4-22-2011 4-22-2011 4-23-2011

A N H H H

L L W W W

1-2 1-3 3-0 4-1 8-0

UMKC (0-1) 2-27-2009 H

L

4-9

USF (0-1) 2-8-2008

A

L

0-7

Utah (1-0) 3-11-2009 N

W

5-1

UTEP (12-5) 3-18-2006 3-18-2006 3-17-2007 3-17-2007 3-18-2007 4-5-2008 4-5-2008 4-6-2008 3-7-2009 3-7-2009 3-8-2009 3-20-2010 3-20-2010 3-21-2010 3-26-2011 3-26-2011 3-27-2011

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

H H A A A H H H A A A H H H A A A

Vermont (1-0) 3-16-2008 N

W

6-1

Virginia Tech (1-0) 3-7-2010 N

W

2-0

Wichita State (1-1) 2-13-2010 H 2-13-2010 H

W L

11-2 1-4

Memphis Record America East 1-0 Vermont..................................... 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) 1-2 Florida State............................... 0-1 North Carolina............................ 0-1 Virginia Tech............................... 1-0 Atlantic Sun 15-3 Belmont...................................... 5-1 Florida Gulf Coast....................... 1-0 Jacksonville................................. 1-1 Kennesaw State.......................... 1-0 Lipscomb.................................... 5-0 North Florida.............................. 2-1 Atlantic TEN (A10) 1-2 Fordham..................................... 0-1 Saint Louis.................................. 1-1 Big EAST 2-5 DePaul........................................ 0-1 Notre Dame................................ 0-1 Providence.................................. 0-1 Rutgers....................................... 0-1 St. John’s..................................... 2-0 USF............................................. 0-1 Big South 1-1 Gardner-Webb............................ 1-0 Radford....................................... 0-1 Big Ten 2-2 Illinois......................................... 0-1 Iowa............................................ 0-1 Ohio State................................... 1-0 Nebraska..................................... 1-0 Big 12 3-4 Kansas......................................... 0-1 Missouri...................................... 2-0 Oklahoma................................... 0-2 Texas A&M.................................. 0-1 Texas Tech................................... 1-0 Big West 2-1 Cal State Northridge...................0-1 UC Davis..................................... 1-0 UC Riverside............................... 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) 2-1 Drexel......................................... 1-1 Georgia State.............................. 1-0 Conference USA 57-88 East Carolina............................. 5-13 Houston.................................... 6-13 Marshall.................................... 5-12 Southern Miss............................ 9-8 Tulsa......................................... 3-17 UAB........................................... 8-11 UCF............................................. 9-9 UTEP......................................... 12-5 Great West 0-1 North Dakota.............................. 0-1

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

HORIZON LEAGUE 1-0 Loyola-Chicago........................... 1-0 the Ivy League 1-0 Princeton.................................... 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) 0-1 Canisius College.......................... 0-1

University of Memphis

2012

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Conferences

Mid-American Conference (MAC) 0-3 Buffalo........................................ 0-2 Miami (OH)................................. 0-1 Mid-Eastern Athletic conference (MEAC) 1-0 Bethune Cookman...................... 1-0 Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) 1-3 Evansville.................................... 0-1 Indiana State.............................. 0-1 Wichita State.............................. 1-1

Sun Belt 10-4 FIU.............................................. 1-1 Louisiana-Lafayette.....................0-1 Middle Tennessee....................... 7-1 North Texas................................. 1-1 South Alabama........................... 1-0 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) 0-1 Hawai’i........................................ 0-1

Mountain West Conference (MWC) 1-0 Colorado State............................ 1-0 NCAA Division III 1-0 Centenary................................... 1-0 Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) 17-11 Austin Peay................................. 2-2 Jacksonville State........................ 0-1 Morehead State.......................... 0-1 Southeast Missouri.....................4-2 Tennessee State.......................... 5-3 UT Martin................................... 6-2 Pacific-12 (Pac 12) 2-2 Arizona State.............................. 0-1 California.................................... 0-1 Stanford...................................... 1-0 Utah............................................ 1-0 Pacific Coast Softball Conference 4-0 Idaho State................................. 1-0 Loyola Marymount.....................1-0 San Diego.................................... 2-0 Southeastern Conference (SEC) 4-8 Alabama..................................... 0-2 Arkansas..................................... 1-1 Florida........................................ 0-1 Kentucky..................................... 1-0 LSU............................................. 0-2 Mississippi.................................. 1-0 South Carolina............................ 1-1 Tennessee................................... 0-1 Southern Conference (SoCon) 6-2 Appalachian State....................... 3-0 Chattanooga............................... 1-1 Furman....................................... 1-0 Samford...................................... 1-1 Southland 5-1 Central Arkansas......................... 4-0 McNeese State........................... 1-0 Northwestern State....................0-1 Southwestern (SWAC) 31-0 Alabama A&M............................ 6-0 Alabama State............................ 4-0 Alcorn State................................ 6-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff.....................3-0 Grambling State.......................... 6-0 Mississippi Valley State...............6-0 The SUMMIT LEAGUE 0-4 IPFW........................................... 0-1 North Dakota State.....................0-2 UMKC.......................................... 0-1

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2010

Donna J. Hardesty Sports Complex Tulsa, Okla.

Cougar Softball Stadium Houston, Texas

2006 #%Tulsa Marshall Houston UAB East Carolina Southern Miss Memphis UTEP UCF

15-8 15-9 15-9 15-9 13-11 11-13 10-13 8-14 4-20

34-24 33-23 40-23 42-28 30-28 29-32 23-37 18-31-1 17-39-1

2007 #%Houston East Carolina Tulsa UCF Marshall Memphis UAB Southern Miss UTEP

20-4 14-9 13-10 11-13 11-13 10-12 10-13 8-14 7-16

44-18 40-20 30-28 38-26 32-26 36-25 31-27 18-38 28-23

Thursday, May 11 #6 Southern Miss 2, #3 Houston 1 #5 East Carolina 8, #4 UAB 0 #2 Marshall 7, #6 Southern Miss 4 #1 Tulsa 5, #5 East Carolina 3 (10 inn.)

Thursday, May 13 #7 Memphis 5, #2 Tulsa 1 #3 UCF 4, #6 UTEP 2 #1 East Carolina 8, #8 Southern Miss 0 #5 Houston 3, #4 UAB 0

Friday, May 12 #6 Southern Miss 3, #4 UAB 1 #3 Houston 7, #5 East Carolina 0 #2 Marshall 1, #1 Tulsa 0 #3 Houston 7, #6 Southern Miss 1

Semifinals - Friday, May 14 #3 UCF 3, #7 Memphis 1 #1 East Carolina 4, #5 Houston 0

2007 UCF Softball Complex Orlando, Fla.

54-11 49-20 34-25 26-29 37-30 30-24 25-30 24-35 25-30

2009 #%Tulsa East Carolina Houston Marshall UCF Southern Miss UTEP UAB Memphis

16-4 19-5 12-10 11-10 11-12 10-13-1 8-15-1 8-16 7-17

40-17 40-15 25-24 31-20 27-27 26-28-2 27-29-1 21-34 22-30

Thursday, May 10 #6 Memphis 2, #3 Tulsa 1 #4 UCF 5, #5 Marshall 3 #2 East Carolina 1, #6 Memphis 0 (10 inn) #1 Houston 2, #4 UCF 1

16-5 14-6 16-7 15-9 12-10-1 11-13 8-15 7-17 3-20-1

19-5 19-5 17-6 15-7 14-10 11-13 5-17-1 4-20 1-22-1

Semifinals - Friday, May 13 #2 Tulsa 6, #6 UCF 1 #5 East Carolina 1, #1 Houston 0

Saturday, May 12 #2 East Carolina 1, #4 UCF 0 (12 inn.) Championship #1 Houston 1, #2 East Carolina 0

2008 Cougar Softball Stadium Houston, Texas

44-18 31-21 36-23 37-22 30-24-1 31-24 25-26 25-28 24-30-1

2011 #Houston #Tulsa UAB Memphis %East Carolina UCF Marshall Southern Miss UTEP

Thursday, May 12 #2 Tulsa 10, #7 Marshall 0 (5 inn.) #6 UCF 2, #3 UAB 1 #5 East Carolina 5, #4 Memphis 1 #1 Houston 4, #8 Southern Miss 2

Championship - Saturday, May 14 #5 East Carolina 4, #2 Tulsa 1

Friday, May 11 #4 UCF 1, #3 Tulsa 0 #5 Marshall 1, #6 Memphis 0 #4 UCF 3, #2 East Carolina 1 #1 Houston 4, #5 Marshall 2

2010 #%East Carolina Tulsa UCF UAB Houston UTEP Memphis Southern Miss Marshall

2011 ECU Softball Field Greenville, N.C.

44-18 46-15 39-19 36-14 41-22 22-32 19-33-1 17-38 16-37-1

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Thursday, May 8 #9 Memphis 8, #8 UAB 6 #2 UCF 3, #7 Southern Miss 2 #6 UTEP 8, #3 Tulsa 4 #1 Houston 9, #9 Memphis 1 #5 East Carolina 7, #4 Marshall 2 Semifinals - Friday, May 9 #2 UCF 3, #6 UTEP 0 #1 Houston 5, #5 East Carolina 1 Championship - Saturday, May 10 #2 UCF 4, #1 Houston 2

2009 Helen of Troy Softball Complex El Paso, Texas Thursday, May 7 #8 UAB 11, #9 Memphis 5 #4 Marshall 2, #5 UCF 1 #1 Tulsa 7, #8 UAB 3 #7 UTEP 4, #2 East Carolina 3 (12 inn.) #6 Southern Miss 5, #3 Houston 4 Semifinals - Friday, May 8 #1 Tulsa 6, #4 Marshall 4 #7 UTEP 5, #6 Southern Miss 4 Championship - Saturday, May 9 #1 Tulsa 11, #7 UTEP 3 (6 inn.)

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Championship - Saturday, May 15 #1 East Carolina 3, #3 UCF 1

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May 21, 2011 v Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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Score by Innings R H E ----------------------------------------------------------------------Memphis 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 - 4 13 3 Chattanooga 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 - 1 1 2 ------------------ -----------------------------------------------------

Score by Innings R H E ----------------------------------------------------------------------Alabama 0 4 0 0 1 2 0 - 7 9 0 Memphis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 4 0 ------------------ -----------------------------------------------------

Score by Innings R H E ----------------------------------------------------------------------Chattanooga 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 - 2 5 0 Memphis 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 1 4 0 ------------------ -----------------------------------------------------

TUSCALOOSA, Ala.– A four-run third inning was enough for the Tiger Softball team to advance through the winner’s bracket at its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Regional Championship hosted by the University of Alabama at the Rhoads Softball Stadium. The Tigers (36-12) defeated Chattanooga (42-13), 4-1, in the first round. Known for pitching and defense, the Tiger bats came around today, pounding out 13 hits, the most allowed by Chattanooga this season and the U of M’s highest total since grinding out 15 base knocks against Arkansas, April 19. Memphis struck first in the top of the third, scoring four runs off five hits. Senior Heather Mott led off the inning with a single to right field, giving her a hit in 17 of her last 19 games. She advanced to second on a perfectly-placed bunt dropped right in front of the plate by Lelani Bernadino, who led Memphis’ offense with a career-high four hits, including a double in the first inning. With two aboard, senior Maddie McKinley loaded the bases with a shot to short right, one of two hits for her in the game. After junior Jessica Phillips’ ground out to short caught Mott at the plate for the first out, sophomore Chattanooga native Kamri Chester brought in both Bernadino and McKinley on a single between center and right field. For Chester, it wound up being her fourth game-winning RBI of the season, all of which have come in Memphis’ past 10 victories. Shanna Brown, who had entered as a pinch runner for Phillips, and Chester executed a double steal to put Brown in perfect position to score on senior Kailey Kassner’s single that dropped between second and right field. A sac fly by freshman Ashleigh King would score Chester from third to end the Tigers scoring binge. Chattanooga logged its only hit, and only run in the bottom of the fourth inning. With one out, Tiffany Baker doubled to centerfield, giving way to Layne Rainey who came in as a pinch runner. In a strange turn of events, Vivian Morimoto landed on first on a rare Tiger defensive miscue, popping one up that dropped between Mott and McKinley on the left side of the infield. On the very same play, Morimoto advanced to second and UTC scored its first run as Rainey scored on a second error that was credited to Mott as the ball rolled into the dugout as it hit the ground. Mott had come into the game with only six errors the entire season, but was credited with a career high three in this game. That would be all the offense allowed by Memphis ace Carly Hummel (21-6). The sophomore from Bakersfield, Calif., picked up her season’s 21st victory on her sixth career one-hitter, striking out five and walking three. Hummel became the first pitcher all year to shut down the vaunted Lady Mocs offense, which entered the game with the nation’s highest team batting average at .352 and hadofonly beenSoftball held to one hit in one 2011 University Memphis Memphis vs Chattanooga other game this season, by fellow C-USA foe UAB.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala.– Kelsi Dunne struck out 12 as Alabama handed Memphis a 7-1 loss in the NCAA Softball Regional hosted in Tuscaloosa at Rhoads Stadium. The Tigers (36-13) struck first in the bottom of the first inning with a home run with two outs by Maddie McKinley. The shot over the left field fence was the seventh home run of 2011 by McKinley as the Tigers led 1-0 through one inning. Alabama (48-8), the second seeded team in the NCAA Championship and nationally ranked #3/4, answered Memphis’ run with four of its own in the top of the second inning. With one out and Jazlyn Lunceford on second following a walk and an illegal pitch, Kaila Hunt belted a two-run homer over the wall right of centerfield, just the eighth home run allowed by starting pitcher Carly Hummel in more than 150 innings pitched this season. Alabama kept the rally going as they loaded the bases with two singles and a walk with two outs. With the exception of McKinley’s home run, Alabama’s Kelsi Dunne was hard to solve early, striking out eight of the first nine Tiger batters. She didn’t allow another base runner until a Heather Mott walk in the third inning. Alabama extended its lead with one run in the top of the fifth inning as Memphis brought in Lauren Carley to relieve Hummel, who allowed three runs off five hits through three innings. Memphis tried to get something going in the bottom of the fifth, but stranded two runners in the inning. With one out, senior Alex Marshall walked and advanced to second on a single by Nikki Moreno, who came in as a pinch hitter for Keanah Prestridge. Marshall was then picked off at second after getting too big of a jump towards third. Mott drew her second walk of the game before Dunne struck out Lelani Bernadino to end the inning. Alabama scored another two runs in the top of the sixth inning. Hummel (21-7) suffered the loss for Memphis in the circle, allowing four runs on four hits with four strikeouts. The sophomore did become the all-time Memphis career leader in strikeouts in the game, surpassing Jenna Kubesch (2006-07). Hummel has 404 career K’s in her two years. Jessica Phillips led the Tigers, who had four hits in the game, with a 2-for-3 performance. McKinley and Moreno were the only other Tigers to record hits off Dunne. Jackie Traina pitched the final inning for Alabama and allowed one walk and no hits. Dunne improved to 25-3 and allowed seven base runners in the game, including three walks. The loss marks only the second time this season Memphis has fallen after scoring first. The Tigers were 30-2 in 2011 when scoring the first run in the game. 2011 University of Memphis Softball

TUSCALOOSA, Ala.– Memphis’ 2011 season came to an end with a 2-1 loss to Chattanooga at the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional at the Rhoads Softball Stadium. A seventh-inning rally fell just shy of propelling Memphis (36-14) into tomorrow’s region championship round with Alabama. The Tigers ended the game with the tying run on second after junior catcher Nikki Moreno plated the U of M’s first run of the game in the inning to bring Memphis within one. Neither offense could get going early on. The Lady Mocs posed the only early threat in the second inning. With a runner at second and two outs, Chattanooga’s Jessica Traxler lined a single to center, but Kamri Chester threw Kasey Tydingco out at the plate to end the inning. Memphis starter Janelle Valle threw three innings and gave up just two hits and walked one batter before giving way to Carly Hummel for the remainder of the contest. Chattanooga pitcher Kandice Irwin retired the first 12 batters she faced before Jessica Phillips logged Memphis’ first hit of the game as the leadoff batter in the bottom of the fifth. She hit several fouls down the left field line before pulling the ball to the right for the single. Shanna Brown came in as a pinch runner and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Chester. Ashleigh King singled to centerfield to place runners on the corners with Kailey Kassner up to bat. Irwin was replaced in the circle by Michelle Fuzzard after allowing two hits put the go-ahead run on third. Alex Marshall came in to pinch run for King and Kassner popped up to short for the second out. Alyssa Palmieri went down swinging to end the Tigers first serious threat of the evening. Chattanooga scored the first runs of the game in the top of the sixth when Tiffany Baker belted a shot off Hummel over the centerfield fence with Michelle Fuzzard on first to put UTC up, 2-0. It was her third home run of the day after hitting two against Jackson State. Memphis would challenge in the bottom of the frame, putting two on via a Moreno single and a walk from Maddie McKinley. Phillips struck out swinging with two aboard to end the threat. The never-say-die Tigers would not go gently into that good night. In the seventh, Chester walked to lead off the inning. Two batters later, Kassner was hit by a pitch, her ninth plunking of the season, two put two on with only one away. Pinch-hitting for Alyssa Palmieri, Ellen Roberts fouled out to the catcher for out two, bringing the season down to Moreno. She lined a single into left center, scoring Chester and cutting the Lady Moc lead in half. Irwin re-entered the game on the mound for Fuzzard to face Mott, who entered the game as Memphis’ single-season batting champion. She couldn’t solve the Chattanooga ace in this battle, going down on strikes and bringing an end to what a historic Tiger Softball season. 2011 was University of Memphis

Memphis 4 (36-12)

Alabama 7 (48-8)

Chattanooga 2 (44-13)

#3 Alabama at Memphis May 21, 2011 at TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (Rhoads Stadium)

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E - MOTT, H. 3(9); Traxler(15); Waters(1). LOB - Tigers 10; Lady Mocs 6. 2B - BERNARDINO,(5); Baker(12). HBP - HARGROVE, I.; Stiles. SH - KING, A.(3); Stiles(4); Poteat(9). SF - KING, A.(2). SB - BROWN, S.(6); CHESTER, K.(5); HARGROVE, I.(4); Stiles(34). Strikeouts - MOTT, H.; McKINLEY, M.; PHILLIPS, J. 3; KASSNER, K.; PALMIERI, A. 2; PRESTRIDGE,; Stiles; Fuzzard; Baker; Harrison 2. Walks - Baker; Harrison; Traxler. Memphis

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports - B Lelani Bernardino, 2009-present Kimber Bossom, 2008-09 Shanna Brown, 2010-11

Kailey Kassner, 2008-11 Lindsay Kelso, 2007-08 Ashleigh King, 2011- present Jenna Kubesch, 2006-07

- C Lauren Carley, 2009-present Kamri Chester, 2009-present Kristin Chrestman, 2006 Laura Curtis, 2012-present

(37 gp, 2.14 era, 8-7, 100 so) (85 gp, .241 avg, 41 r, 25 rbi) (22 gp, .083 avg, 4 r, 1 rbi)

(220 gp, .303 avg, 30 hr, 125 r, 123 rbi)

- F Ashley Ford, 2011-present

- G Brittany Gooch, 2006-09 Libby Goranson, 2011-present Tori Gross, 2006-09

(171 gp, .263 avg, 50 r, 14 rbi, 36 sb) (18 gp, .179 avg, 3 r, 6 rbi) (211 gp, .255 avg, 11 hr, 87 r, 63 rbi)

- J Nicki Johnson, 2006-07

- S (16 gp, .000 avg, 1 r)

Laura Mahoney, 2006 (26 gp, .250 avg, 13 r, 9 rbi) Alex Marshall, 2010-11 (77 gp, .148 avg, 20 r, 2 rbi) Cheyenne Mascarenas, 2010-present (18 gp, .000 avg, 4 r, 0 rbi) Rayna McClinton, 2008 (23 gp, 5.56 era, 5-5, 58 so) Maddie McKinley, 2008-11 (184 gp, .267 avg, 17 hr, 83 r, 82 rbi) Bridgette McNulty, 2006-07 (115 gp, .320 avg, 20 hr, 74 r, 74 rbi) Jami Miller, 2012-present Nikki Moreno, 2009-present (84 gp, .252 avg, 3 hr, 13 r, 23 rbi) Christi Morrison, 2007 (37 gp, 3 ab, 9 r,) Morgan Mosby, 2010-present (26 gp, .067 avg, 8 r, 2 rbi) Heather Mott, 2007-11 (170 gp, .272 avg, 25 hr, 97 r, 86 rbi)

Sara Schneider, 2007-08 Kim Sirman, 2008-10 Lyndsey Sterling, 2006-09 Cara Stiles, 2006

Alyssa Palmieri, 2009-present Sara Pearson, 2012-present Breslin Perry, 2012-present Jessica Phillips, 2009-present Keanah Prestridge, 2010-11 Lindsey Pridgen, 2006-07

(115 gp, .168 avg, 29 r, 13 rbi, 12 sb) (141 gp, .255 avg, 22 hr, 40 r, 73 rbi) (78 gp, .158 avg, 2 hr, 16 r, 13 rbi) (114 gp, .244 avg, 6 hr, 34 r, 38 rbi)

(58 gp, 2.64 era, 24-23, 234 so)

(81 gp, 2.79 era, 23-22, 190 so)

- W Vanessa Walle, 2009-10

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- V Janelle Valle, 2008-11

Windy Thees Natalie Poole

- N Melissa Nance, 2006-08

(11 gp, 3.36 era, 3-0, 12 so) (112 gp, .278 avg, 10 hr, 32 r, 61 rbi) (183 gp, .275 avg, 14 hr, 45 r, 71 rbi)

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- Assistant Coach Ashley Blanton Nick French Andy Lott Dave Majeski Julie Meyer Heather Mosser Donald Pickett Marla Pinkston-Allis Killian Roesner

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- 1 Leandra Hines Ijiah Hargrove

2006-09 2011-present

- 2 Lindsey Pridgen Kamri Chester

2006-07 2009-present

- 3 Cara Stiles Maddie McKinley Ashley Ford

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- 6 Nicki Johnson Kim Sirman Laura Curtis

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- 8 Leigh Rowan Ashleigh King

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- 9 Bridgette McNulty Vanessa Walle Ellen Roberts

2006-07 2009-10 2011-present

- 10 Melissa Nance Heather Mott Jami Miller

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- 16 Christi Morrison Rayna McClinton

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(42 gp, .229 avg, 13 r, 4 rbi, 4 sb) (150 gp, .290 avg, 10 hr, 53 r, 66 rbi) (215 gp, .252 avg, 87 r, 12 rbi, 57 sb) (62 gp, 1.60 era, 36-18, 406 so)

Jordan Richwood, 2012-present Ellen Roberts, 2011-present Kara Ross, 2006-07 Leigh Rowan, 2007-10

- L Amber Lindahl, 2011- present

- H Ijiah Hargrove, 2011-present Kimmi Hayden, 2006-08 Leandra Hines, 2006-09 Carly Hummel, 2010-present

(173 gp, .217 avg, 13 hr, 35 r, 54 rbi) (110 gp, .235 avg, 12 hr, 55 r, 49 rbi) (44 gp, .243 avg, 11 r, 15 rbi) (75 gp, 2.03 era, 37-23, 401 so)

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82 - McKinley, Maddie ...........................2008-11 74 - McNulty, Bridgette . ........................2006-07 73 - Phillips, Jessica . ..............................2009-11

Highest Batting Avg. (Min. 250 AB) 1. .320 - McNulty, Bridgette (105-328).......2006-07 2. .303 - Dolfo, Leila (207-683)...................2006-09 3. .290 - Hayden, Kimmi (132-455).............2006-08 4. .278 - Ross, Kara (89-320).......................2006-07 5. .275 - Rowan, Leigh (117-425)................2007-10

Most Walks 1. 97 - Dolfo, Leila ......................................2006-09 2. 67 - McNulty, Bridgette . ........................2006-07 3. 66 - Gross, Tori .......................................2006-09 4. 59 - Kassner, Kailey ................................2008-11 5. 57 - Mott, Heather . ...............................2007-11

Highest Slugging Pct. (Min. 250 AB) 1. .598 - McNulty, Bridgette (328 AB).........2006-07 2. .526 - Dolfo, Leila (683 AB).....................2006-09 3. .502 - Mott, Heather (496 AB)................2007-11 4. .499 - Phillips, Jessica (361 AB)...............2009-11 5. .437 - McKinley, Maddie (494 AB)..........2008-11

Most Times Hit By Pitch 1. 24 - Gross, Tori .......................................2006-09 2. 23 - Kassner, Kailey ................................2008-11 3. 15 - McKinley, Maddie ...........................2008-11 4. 14 - Bernardino, Lelani ..........................2009-11 5. 12 - Dolfo, Leila ......................................2006-09

Highest On Base Pct. (Min. 250 AB) 1. .438 - McNulty, Bridgette (328 AB) ........2006-07 2. .396 - Dolfo, Leila (683 AB) ....................2006-09 3. .370 - Ross, Kara (320 AB) . ....................2006-07 4. .367 - Gross, Tori (505 AB) .....................2006-09 5. .363 - Kassner, Kailey (351 AB) . .............2008-11

Most Times Struck Out 1. 125 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 2. 123 - McKinley, Maddie .........................2008-11 3. 109 - Kassner, Kailey ..............................2008-11 4. 98 - Phillips, Jessica . ..............................2009-11 5. 97 - Hines, Leandra ................................2006-09

Highest Stolen Base Pct. (Min. 15 Attempts) 1. .938 - Chester, Kamri (15-16) ................. 2009,11 2. .905 - Stiles, Cara (19-21) . .......................... 2006 3. .878 - McKinley, Maddie (36-41) ...........2008-11 .878 - Gooch, Brittany (36-41) ...............2006-09 5. .838 - Hines, Leandra (57-68) ................2006-09

Most Sacrifice Flies 1. 6 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................2006-09 2. 4 - Hayden, Kimmi .................................2006-08 4 - Ross, Kara .........................................2006-07 4. 3 - Mott, Heather . .................................2007-11 3 - McNulty, Bridgette . ..........................2006-07

Most Games Played 1. 220 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 2. 215 - Hines, Leandra ..............................2006-09 3. 211 - Gross, Tori .....................................2006-09 4. 184 - McKinley, Maddie .........................2008-11 5. 183 - Rowan, Leigh ................................2007-10

Most Sacrifice Hits 1. 47 - Hines, Leandra ................................2006-09 2. 26 - Gross, Tori .......................................2006-09 3. 23 - Bernardino, Lelani ..........................2009-11 4. 16 - McKinley, Maddie ...........................2008-11 5. 14 - Gooch, Brittany . .............................2006-09 14 - Mott, Heather . ...............................2007-11

Most Games Started 1. 220 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 2. 208 - Hines, Leandra ..............................2006-09 3. 206 - Gross, Tori .....................................2006-09 4. 174 - McKinley, Maddie .........................2008-11 5. 168 - Mott, Heather . .............................2007-11 Most At Bats 1. 683 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 2. 531 - Hines, Leandra ..............................2006-09 3. 505 - Gross, Tori .....................................2006-09 4. 496 - Mott, Heather . .............................2007-11 5. 494 - McKinley, Maddie .........................2008-11 Most Runs Scored 1. 125 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 2. 97 - Mott, Heather . ...............................2007-11 3. 87 - Gross, Tori .......................................2006-09 87 - Hines, Leandra ................................2006-09 5. 83 - McKinley, Maddie ...........................2008-11 Most Hits 1. 207 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 2. 135 - Mott, Heather . .............................2007-11 3. 134 - Hines, Leandra ..............................2006-09 4. 132 - McKinley, Maddie .........................2008-11 132 - Hayden, Kimmi .............................2006-08 Most Doubles 1. 52 - Dolfo, Leila ......................................2006-09 2. 29 - McNulty, Bridgette . ........................2006-07 3. 25 - McKinley, Maddie ...........................2008-11 4. 22 - Gross, Tori .......................................2006-09 5. 21 - Mott, Heather . ...............................2007-11 Most Triples 1. 9 - Mott, Heather . .................................2007-11 2. 5 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................2006-09 3. 4 - Bernardino, Lelani ............................2009-11 4 - McKinley, Maddie .............................2008-11 5. 3 - Chester, Kamri .................................. 2009,11 3 - Phillips, Jessica . ................................2009-11 Most Home Runs 1. 30 - Dolfo, Leila ......................................2006-09 2. 25 - Mott, Heather . ...............................2007-11 3. 22 - Phillips, Jessica . ..............................2009-11 4. 20 - McNulty, Bridgette . ........................2006-07 5. 17 - McKinley, Maddie ...........................2008-11 Most Runs Batted In 1. 123 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 2. 86 - Mott, Heather . ...............................2007-11

Most Stolen Bases 1. 57 - Hines, Leandra (57-68) ...................2006-09 2. 36 - McKinley, Maddie (36-41) ..............2008-11 36 - Gooch, Brittany (36-41) ..................2006-09 4. 27 - Mott, Heather (27-36) ....................2007-11 5. 26 - Gross, Tori (26-32) ..........................2006-09

Individual Pitching - Career Lowest Earned Run Avg. (Min. 200 IP) 1. 1.60 - Hummel, Carly (345.2 IP) . ...........2010-11 2. 2.03 - Kubesch, Jenna (407.1 IP) . ..........2006-07 3. 2.64 - Johnson, Nicki (318.1 IP) .............2006-07 4. 2.79 - Valle, Janelle (333.2 IP) . ..............2008-11 5. 2.84 - Walle, Vanessa (229.0 IP) ............2009-10 Lowest Opponent Batting Avg. (Min. 200 IP) 1. .146 - Hummel, Carly (345.2 IP) . ...........2010-11 2. .205 - Kubesch, Jenna (407.1 IP) . ..........2006-07 3. .249 - Johnson, Nicki (318.1 IP) .............2006-07 4. .252 - Valle, Janelle (333.2 IP) . ..............2008-11 5. .258 - Bossom, Kimber (221.0 IP) ..........2008-09 Fewest Walks Allowed/7 Inn. Game 1. 1.48 - Kubesch, Jenna (407.1 IP) . ..........2006-07 2. 2.17 - Walle, Vanessa (229.0 IP) ............2009-10 3. 2.51 - Hummel, Carly (345.2 IP) . ...........2010-11 4. 2.53 - Johnson, Nicki (318.1 IP) .............2006-07 5. 2.73 - Valle, Janelle (333.2 IP) . ..............2008-11 Most Strikeouts/7 Inn. Game 1. 8.22 - Hummel, Carly (345.2 IP) . ...........2010-11 2. 6.89 - Kubesch, Jenna (407.1 IP) . ..........2006-07 3. 5.15 - Johnson, Nicki (318.1 IP) .............2006-07 4. 4.78 - Bossom, Kimber (221.0 IP) ..........2008-09 5. 4.00 - Walle, Vanessa (229.0 IP) ............2009-10 Most Wins 1. 37 - Kubesch, Jenna (37-23) ..................2006-07 2. 36 - Hummel, Carly (36-18) ...................2010-11 3. 24 - Johnson, Nicki (24-23) ....................2006-07 4. 23 - Valle, Janelle (23-22) . .....................2008-11 5. 17 - Bossom, Kimber (17-21) .................2008-09 Most Losses 1. 24 - Walle, Vanessa (16-24) ...................2009-10 2. 23 - Johnson, Nicki (24-23) ....................2006-07 23 - Kubesch, Jenna (37-23) ..................2006-07 4. 22 - Valle, Janelle (23-22) . .....................2008-11 5. 21 - Bossom, Kimber (17-21) .................2008-09

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Most Saves 1. 3 - Valle, Janelle .....................................2008-11 2. 2 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................2006-07 3. 1 - McClinton, Rayna . ................................. 2008 1 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................2006-07 1 - Hummel, Carly ..................................2010-11 1 - Bossom, Kimber . ..............................2008-09 1 - Carley, Lauren ...................................2009-11 Most Appearances 1. 81 - Valle, Janelle ...................................2008-11 2. 75 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 3. 62 - Hummel, Carly ................................2010-11 4. 58 - Johnson, Nicki . ...............................2006-07 5. 53 - Bossom, Kimber . ............................2008-09 Most Games Started 1. 58 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 2. 53 - Valle, Janelle ...................................2008-11 3. 50 - Johnson, Nicki . ...............................2006-07 4. 49 - Hummel, Carly ................................2010-11 5. 39 - Walle, Vanessa . ..............................2009-10 Most Complete Games 1. 47 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 2. 37 - Hummel, Carly ................................2010-11 3. 34 - Johnson, Nicki . ...............................2006-07 4. 26 - Valle, Janelle ...................................2008-11 5. 22 - Bossom, Kimber . ............................2008-09 Most Games Finished 1. 22 - Carley, Lauren .................................2009-11 2. 20 - Valle, Janelle ...................................2008-11 3. 17 - Sterling, Lyndsey . ...........................2006-09 4. 15 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 5. 12 - Hummel, Carly ................................2010-11 12 - Bossom, Kimber . ............................2008-09 Most Shutouts 1. 13 - Hummel, Carly ................................2010-11 2. 11 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 3. 7 - Valle, Janelle .....................................2008-11 4. 5 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................2006-07 5. 4 - Bossom, Kimber . ..............................2008-09 Most Innings Pitched 1. 407.1 - Kubesch, Jenna ..........................2006-07 2. 345.2 - Hummel, Carly ...........................2010-11 3. 333.2 - Valle, Janelle ..............................2008-11 4. 318.1 - Johnson, Nicki . ..........................2006-07 5. 229.0 - Walle, Vanessa . .........................2009-10 Most Hits Allowed 1. 327 - Valle, Janelle .................................2008-11 2. 307 - Kubesch, Jenna .............................2006-07 3. 305 - Johnson, Nicki . .............................2006-07 4. 244 - Walle, Vanessa . ............................2009-10 5. 224 - Bossom, Kimber . ..........................2008-09 Most Runs Allowed 1. 188 - Valle, Janelle .................................2008-11 2. 172 - Bossom, Kimber . ..........................2008-09 3. 165 - Johnson, Nicki . .............................2006-07 4. 148 - Kubesch, Jenna .............................2006-07 5. 142 - Walle, Vanessa . ............................2009-10 Most Earned Runs Allowed 1. 133 - Valle, Janelle .................................2008-11 2. 124 - Bossom, Kimber . ..........................2008-09 3. 120 - Johnson, Nicki . .............................2006-07 4. 118 - Kubesch, Jenna .............................2006-07 5. 93 - Walle, Vanessa . ..............................2009-10 Most Walks Allowed 1. 151 - Bossom, Kimber . ..........................2008-09 2. 130 - Valle, Janelle .................................2008-11 3. 124 - Hummel, Carly ..............................2010-11 4. 115 - Johnson, Nicki . .............................2006-07 5. 86 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 Most Strikeouts 1. 406 - Hummel, Carly ..............................2010-11 2. 401 - Kubesch, Jenna .............................2006-07 3. 234 - Johnson, Nicki . .............................2006-07 4. 190 - Valle, Janelle .................................2008-11 5. 151 - Bossom, Kimber . ..........................2008-09 Most Doubles Allowed 1. 57 - Johnson, Nicki . ...............................2006-07 2. 45 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 3. 42 - Valle, Janelle ...................................2008-11 4. 39 - Walle, Vanessa . ..............................2009-10

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36 - Bossom, Kimber . ............................2008-09

Most Triples Allowed 1. 7 - Valle, Janelle .....................................2008-11 2. 4 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................2006-07 4 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................2006-07 4 - Hummel, Carly ..................................2010-11 5. 1 - Walle, Vanessa . ................................2009-10 1 - Bossom, Kimber . ..............................2008-09 Most Home Runs Allowed 1. 32 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 2. 25 - Walle, Vanessa . ..............................2009-10 25 - Valle, Janelle ...................................2008-11 4. 24 - Johnson, Nicki . ...............................2006-07 5. 16 - Hummel, Carly ................................2010-11 Most Wild Pitches 1. 38 - Valle, Janelle ...................................2008-11 2. 34 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 3. 21 - McClinton, Rayna . ............................... 2008 4. 19 - Bossom, Kimber . ............................2008-09 5. 16 - Hummel, Carly ................................2010-11 Most Hit Batters 1. 55 - Hummel, Carly ................................2010-11 2. 47 - Valle, Janelle ...................................2008-11 3. 33 - Bossom, Kimber . ............................2008-09 4. 11 - Kubesch, Jenna ...............................2006-07 5. 10 - Johnson, Nicki . ...............................2006-07 Most Runners Picked Off 1. 4 - Hayden, Kimmi .................................2006-08 2. 3 - Prestridge, Keanah . ..........................2010-11 3 - Kelso, Lindsay ...................................2007-08 4. 2 - Moreno, Nikki ...................................2009-11 5. 1 - Ross, Kara .........................................2006-07

Individual Fielding - Career Highest Fielding Pct. (Min. 100 Chances) 1. .990 - Hayden, Kimmi (661-67-7) . .........2006-08 2. .988 - Kassner, Kailey (236-17-3) ...........2008-11 3. .987 - Prestridge, Keanah (506-39-7) . ...2010-11 4. .986 - Kubesch, Jenna (33-111-2) ..........2006-07 5. .984 - Phillips, Jessica (791-23-13) .........2009-11 Lowest Stolen Base Against Pct. (Min. 15 Attempts) 1. .667 - Carley, Lauren (16-24) .................2009-11 2. .680 - Prestridge, Keanah (51-75) ..........2010-11 3. .683 - Kelso, Lindsay (28-41) ..................2007-08 4. .696 - Bossom, Kimber (32-46) ..............2008-09 5. .700 - Johnson, Nicki (35-50) .................2006-07 Most Putouts 1. 791 - Phillips, Jessica . ............................2009-11 2. 675 - Ross, Kara .....................................2006-07 3. 661 - Hayden, Kimmi .............................2006-08 4. 566 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 5. 506 - Prestridge, Keanah .......................2010-11 Most Assists 1. 368 - McKinley, Maddie .........................2008-11 2. 343 - Gross, Tori .....................................2006-09 3. 332 - Mott, Heather . .............................2007-11 4. 265 - McNulty, Bridgette . ......................2006-07 5. 201 - Dolfo, Leila ....................................2006-09 Most Errors 1. 61 - Dolfo, Leila ......................................2006-09 2. 50 - McKinley, Maddie ...........................2008-11 3. 37 - Gross, Tori .......................................2006-09 4. 32 - Mott, Heather . ...............................2007-11 5. 30 - McNulty, Bridgette . ........................2006-07 Most Double Plays Turned 1. 28 - Phillips, Jessica . ..............................2009-11 2. 26 - McKinley, Maddie ...........................2008-11 3. 21 - Dolfo, Leila ......................................2006-09 4. 19 - McNulty, Bridgette . ........................2006-07 5. 18 - Ross, Kara .......................................2006-07 Most Caught Stealing By 1. 30 - Hayden, Kimmi ...............................2006-08 2. 24 - Prestridge, Keanah .........................2010-11 3. 15 - Johnson, Nicki . ...............................2006-07 4. 14 - Bossom, Kimber . ............................2008-09 5. 13 - Kelso, Lindsay .................................2007-08

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2012 Memphis Spring Sports Most Passed Balls 1. 16 - Prestridge, Keanah .........................2010-11 2. 15 - Kassner, Kailey ................................2008-11 3. 14 - Hayden, Kimmi ...............................2006-08 4. 8 - Kelso, Lindsay ...................................2007-08 5. 4 - Moreno, Nikki ...................................2009-11

Most Runs Scored 1. 256 . ............................................................ 2006 2. 239 . ............................................................ 2007 3. 227 . ............................................................ 2008 4. 219 . ............................................................ 2011 5. 211 . ............................................................ 2009

Team General - Season

Most Hits 1. 430 . ............................................................ 2007 2. 410 . ............................................................ 2006 3. 347 . ............................................................ 2008 4. 345 . ............................................................ 2009 5. 311 . ............................................................ 2011

Most Games Played 1. 61................................................................. 2007 2. 55................................................................. 2008 3. 54................................................................. 2006 4. 52................................................................. 2009 5. 51................................................................. 2010 Most Wins 1. 36 (36-25) ................................................... 2007 36 (36-14) ................................................... 2011 3. 28 (28-26) ................................................... 2006 4. 25 (25-30) ................................................... 2008 25 (25-26) ................................................... 2010

Most Losses 1. 30 (22-30) ................................................... 2009 30 (25-30) ................................................... 2008 3. 26 (28-26) ................................................... 2006 26 (25-26) ................................................... 2010 5. 25 (36-25) ................................................... 2007 Most Consecutive Losses 1. 8..............................................................2008 (2) 3. 6................................................................... 2009 4. 5................................................................... 2007 5. 4................................................................... 2010 4................................................................... 2007 Best Won/Lost Record 1. .720.............................................................. 2011 2. .590.............................................................. 2007 3. .519.............................................................. 2006 4. .490.............................................................. 2010 5. .455.............................................................. 2008

Team Hitting - Season

Most Triples 1. 10 . .............................................................. 2011 10 . .............................................................. 2009 3. 5 . ................................................................ 2008 4. 4 . ................................................................ 2010 5. 3 . ................................................................ 2006 Most Home Runs 1. 48 . .............................................................. 2008 2. 47 . .............................................................. 2007 3. 39 . .............................................................. 2011 4. 33 . .............................................................. 2006 5. 25 . .............................................................. 2009 25 . .............................................................. 2010 Most Runs Batted In 1. 219 . ............................................................ 2007 2. 213 . ............................................................ 2006 3. 200 . ............................................................ 2008 4. 191 . ............................................................ 2011 5. 178 . ............................................................ 2009 Most Total Bases 1. 650 . ............................................................ 2007 2. 585 . ............................................................ 2006 3. 554 . ............................................................ 2008 4. 501 . ............................................................ 2009 5. 499 . ............................................................ 2011 Most Walks 1. 182 . ............................................................ 2007 2. 163 . ............................................................ 2006 3. 143 . ............................................................ 2011 4. 141 . ............................................................ 2008 5. 137 . ............................................................ 2010

Highest Batting Avg. 1. .285 (410-1438) .......................................... 2006 2. .265 (430-1620) .......................................... 2007 3. .262 (345-1319) .......................................... 2009 4. .254 (347-1365) .......................................... 2008 5. .249 (311-1247) .......................................... 2011

Most Times Hit By Pitch 1. 44 . .............................................................. 2009 2. 33 . .............................................................. 2011 3. 29 . .............................................................. 2010 4. 27 . .............................................................. 2007 5. 26 . .............................................................. 2008

Highest Slugging Pct. 1. .407 (1438 AB) ............................................ 2006 2. .406 (1365 AB) ............................................ 2008 3. .401 (1620 AB) ............................................ 2007 4. .400 (1247 AB) ............................................ 2011 5. .380 (1319 AB) ............................................ 2009

Most Sacrifice Flies 1. 11 . .............................................................. 2006 2. 7 . ................................................................ 2007 7 . ................................................................ 2011 4. 6 . ................................................................ 2008 5. 5 . ................................................................ 2010

Highest On Base Pct. 1. .362 (1438 AB) ............................................ 2006 2. .348 (1620 AB) ............................................ 2007 3. .341 (1247 AB) ............................................ 2011 4. .340 (1319 AB) ............................................ 2009 5. .334 (1365 AB) ............................................ 2008

Most Sacrifice Hits 1. 54 . .............................................................. 2007 2. 52 . .............................................................. 2009 3. 46 . .............................................................. 2008 4. 42 . .............................................................. 2010 5. 38 . .............................................................. 2011

Highest Stolen Base Pct. 1. .848 (39-46) ................................................ 2007 2. .847 (61-72) ................................................ 2010 3. .847 (72-85) ................................................ 2009 4. .823 (51-62) ................................................ 2008 5. .813 (61-75) ................................................ 2006

Most Stolen Bases 1. 72 (72-85) . .................................................2009 2. 61 (61-72) ...................................................2010 61 (61-75) ...................................................2006 4. 51 (51-62) ...................................................2008 5. 47 (47-61) ...................................................2011

Most At Bats 1. 1620 . .......................................................... 2007 2. 1438 . .......................................................... 2006 3. 1365 . .......................................................... 2008 4. 1319 . .......................................................... 2009 5. 1275 . .......................................................... 2010

Individual Hitting - Season Highest Batting Avg (Min. 100 AB) 1. .358 - Stiles, Cara (63-176) . ........................ 2006 2. .354 - McNulty, Bridgette (57-161) ............. 2006

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.353 - Mott, Heather (53-150) .................... 2011 .336 - Phillips, Jessica (47-140) ................... 2011 .323 - Dolfo, Leila (50-155) ......................... 2009

Highest Slugging Pct. (Min. 100 AB) 1. .721 - Phillips, Jessica (140 AB) ................... 2011 2. .683 - McNulty, Bridgette (161 AB) ............. 2006 3. .640 - Mott, Heather (150 AB) .................... 2011 4. .571 - Dolfo, Leila (163 AB) ......................... 2008 5. .548 - Dolfo, Leila (210 AB) ......................... 2007 Highest On Base Pct. (Min. 100 AB) 1. .443 - Mott, Heather (150 AB) .................... 2011 2. .442 - McNulty, Bridgette (161 AB) ............. 2006 3. .435 - Stiles, Cara (176 AB) ......................... 2006 4. .434 - McNulty, Bridgette (167 AB) ............. 2007 5. .420 - Dolfo, Leila (155 AB) ......................... 2009 Highest Stolen Base Pct. (Min. 15 Attempts) 1. .933 - Mott, Heather (14-15) ...................... 2010 2. .905 - Stiles, Cara (19-21) . .......................... 2006 .905 - McKinley, Maddie (19-21) ................ 2010 4. .895 - Hines, Leandra (17-19) ..................... 2008 5. .889 - Gooch, Brittany (16-18) .................... 2009 Most Games Played 1. 61 - Ross, Kara ............................................ 2007 61 - Pridgen, Lindsey .................................. 2007 61 - Hines, Leandra ..................................... 2007 61 - Gross, Tori ............................................ 2007 61 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2007 61 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2007 Most Games Started 1. 61 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2007 61 - Pridgen, Lindsey .................................. 2007 61 - Gross, Tori ............................................ 2007 61 - Hines, Leandra ..................................... 2007 5. 60 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2007 Most At Bats 1. 210 - Dolfo, Leila ......................................... 2007 2. 176 - Stiles, Cara ......................................... 2006 3. 175 - Ross, Kara .......................................... 2007 4. 171 - Hayden, Kimmi .................................. 2006 5. 167 - McNulty, Bridgette . ........................... 2007 167 - Pridgen, Lindsey ................................ 2007 Most Runs Scored 1. 40 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2006 40 - Stiles, Cara ........................................... 2006 3. 36 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2008 36 - Mott, Heather . .................................... 2011 5. 34 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2007 34 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2007 Most Hits 1. 63 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2007 63 - Stiles, Cara ........................................... 2006 3. 57 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2006 4. 53 - Mott, Heather . .................................... 2011 5. 50 - Ross, Kara ............................................ 2007 50 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2009 Most Doubles 1. 19 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2007 2. 15 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2006 3. 14 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2007 4. 12 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2006 5. 11 - Kelso, Lindsay ...................................... 2008 11 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2008 Most Triples 1. 3 - Mott, Heather . ...................................... 2008 3 - McKinley, Maddie .................................. 2011 3. 2 - Mott, Heather . ...................................... 2009 2 - Phillips, Jessica . ..................................... 2011 2 - Chester, Kamri ....................................... 2011 2 - Dolfo, Leila ............................................. 2009 2 - Mott, Heather . ...................................... 2010 2 - Bernardino, Lelani ................................. 2009 2 - Bernardino, Lelani ................................. 2010 2 - Mott, Heather . ...................................... 2011 2 - Dolfo, Leila ............................................. 2006 Most Home Runs 1. 15 - Phillips, Jessica . ................................... 2011 2. 12 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2006 3. 11 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2007 11 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2008 5. 10 - Mott, Heather . .................................... 2011

2012

Most Runs Batted In 1. 44 - Phillips, Jessica . ................................... 2011 2. 42 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2006 3. 38 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2006 4. 36 - Ross, Kara ............................................ 2007 5. 34 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2008 Most Walks 1. 43 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................. 2007 2. 29 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2008 3. 28 - Kelso, Lindsay ...................................... 2007 4. 25 - Prestridge, Keanah .............................. 2010 25 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2006 25 - Ross, Kara ............................................ 2006 Most Times Hit By Pitch 1. 10 - Gross, Tori ............................................ 2009 2. 8 - Kassner, Kailey ....................................... 2010 8 - Kassner, Kailey ....................................... 2011 4. 7 - Hines, Leandra ....................................... 2007 5. 6 - Bernardino, Lelani ................................. 2010 6 - Gross, Tori .............................................. 2008 6 - Dolfo, Leila ............................................. 2009 6 - Palmieri, Alyssa . .................................... 2011 6 - McKinley, Maddie .................................. 2009 Most Times Struck Out 1. 47 - Pridgen, Lindsey .................................. 2007 2. 45 - Dolfo, Leila ........................................... 2007 3. 41 - Palmieri, Alyssa . .................................. 2011 4. 39 - Pridgen, Lindsey .................................. 2006 5. 37 - Hines, Leandra ..................................... 2006 Most Sacrifice Flies 1. 3 - Dolfo, Leila ............................................. 2006 3 - Dolfo, Leila ............................................. 2008 3. 2 - McNulty, Bridgette . ............................... 2006 2 - King, Ashleigh ........................................ 2011 2 - Gross, Tori .............................................. 2006 2 - Kassner, Kailey ....................................... 2010 2 - Hayden, Kimmi ...................................... 2008 2 - Ross, Kara .............................................. 2007 2 - Ross, Kara .............................................. 2006 Most Sacrifice Hits 1. 20 - Hines, Leandra ..................................... 2007 2. 13 - Hines, Leandra ..................................... 2008 3. 12 - Bernardino, Lelani ............................... 2009 4. 9 - Gross, Tori .............................................. 2006 9 - Gross, Tori .............................................. 2007 Most Stolen Bases 1. 19 - McKinley, Maddie (19-21) ..................2010 19 - Stiles, Cara (19-21) . ............................2006 3. 17 - Hines, Leandra (17-19) . ......................2008 4. 16 - Hines, Leandra (16-19) .......................2006 16 - Gooch, Brittany (16-18) ......................2009

Team Pitching - Season Fewest Earned Run Avg. 1. 1.81 (333.1 IP) ............................................ 2011 2. 1.97 (348.1 IP) ............................................ 2010 3. 2.13 (351.2 IP) ............................................ 2006 4. 2.60 (420.0 IP) ............................................ 2007 5. 3.67 (332.0 IP) ............................................ 2009 Lowest Opponent Batting Avg. 1. .192 (348.1 IP) ............................................ 2010 2. .195 (333.1 IP) ............................................ 2011 3. .222 (351.2 IP) ............................................ 2006 4. .231 (420.0 IP) ............................................ 2007 5. .254 (344.0 IP) ............................................ 2008 Fewest Walks Allowed/7 Inn Game 1. 1.92 (420.0 IP) ............................................ 2007 2. 2.39 (351.2 IP) ............................................ 2006 3. 2.45 (348.1 IP) ............................................ 2010 4. 2.58 (333.1 IP) ............................................ 2011 5. 3.27 (332.0 IP) ............................................ 2009 Most Strikeouts/7 Inn Game 1. 6.63 (348.1 IP) ............................................ 2010 2. 6.55 (333.1 IP) ............................................ 2011 3. 6.05 (420.0 IP) ............................................ 2007 4. 6.01 (351.2 IP) ............................................ 2006 5. 4.64 (344.0 IP) ............................................ 2008 Most Saves 1. 3 . ................................................................ 2008

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Most Consecutive Wins 1. 10................................................................. 2011 2. 8................................................................... 2007 8................................................................... 2011 4. 6................................................................... 2007 5. 5................................................................... 2008 5................................................................... 2006

Most Doubles 1. 75 . .............................................................. 2007 2. 70 . .............................................................. 2006 3. 61 . .............................................................. 2009 4. 53 . .............................................................. 2008 5. 51 . .............................................................. 2011

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Most Complete Games 1. 44 . .............................................................. 2007 2. 40 . .............................................................. 2006 3. 32 . .............................................................. 2009 4. 30 . .............................................................. 2008 5. 28 . .............................................................. 2011 Most Shutouts 1. 15 . .............................................................. 2011 2. 12 . .............................................................. 2006 3. 9 . ................................................................ 2010 4. 8 . ................................................................ 2008 5. 5 . ................................................................ 2007

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Most Innings Pitched 1. 420.0 . ......................................................... 2007 2. 351.2 . ......................................................... 2006 3. 348.1 . ......................................................... 2010 4. 344.0 . ......................................................... 2008 5. 333.1 . ......................................................... 2011 Fewest Hits Allowed 1. 231 . ............................................................ 2011 2. 241 . ............................................................ 2010 3. 294 . ............................................................ 2006 4. 345 . ............................................................ 2008 5. 355 . ............................................................ 2009 Fewest Runs Allowed 1. 116 . ............................................................ 2011 2. 130 . ............................................................ 2010 3. 150 . ............................................................ 2006 4. 198 . ............................................................ 2007 5. 239 . ............................................................ 2009 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed 1. 86 . .............................................................. 2011 2. 98 . .............................................................. 2010 3. 107 . ............................................................ 2006 4. 156 . ............................................................ 2007 5. 174 . ............................................................ 2009 Fewest Walks Allowed 1. 115 . ............................................................ 2007 2. 120 . ............................................................ 2006 3. 122 . ............................................................ 2010 4. 123 . ............................................................ 2011 5. 155 . ............................................................ 2009 Most Strikeouts 1. 363 . ............................................................ 2007 2. 330 . ............................................................ 2010 3. 312 . ............................................................ 2011 4. 302 . ............................................................ 2006 5. 228 . ............................................................ 2008 Fewest Home Runs Allowed 1. 18 . .............................................................. 2010 2. 22 . .............................................................. 2011 3. 24 . .............................................................. 2006 4. 34 . .............................................................. 2007 34 . .............................................................. 2008 Fewest Hit Batters 1. 7 . ................................................................2006 2. 17 . ..............................................................2007 3. 34 . ..............................................................2008 4. 38 . .............................................................. 2011 5. 44 ............................................................... 2010

Individual Pitching - Season Lowest Earned Run Avg (Min 100 IP) 1. 1.46 - Hummel, Carly (168.1 IP) . ................ 2011 2. 1.74 - Hummel, Carly (177.1 IP) . ................ 2010 3. 1.87 - Kubesch, Jenna (165.0 IP) . ............... 2006 4. 2.07 - Johnson, Nicki (145.1 IP) .................. 2006 5. 2.14 - Kubesch, Jenna (242.1 IP) . ............... 2007 Lowest Opponent Batting Afg (Min 100 IP) 1. .140 - Hummel, Carly (168.1 IP) . ................ 2011 2. .152 - Hummel, Carly (177.1 IP) . ................ 2010 3. .202 - Kubesch, Jenna (165.0 IP) . ............... 2006 4. .206 - Kubesch, Jenna (242.1 IP) . ............... 2007 5. .234 - Johnson, Nicki (145.1 IP) .................. 2006

Fewest Walks Allowed/7 Inn Game 1. 1.24 - Kubesch, Jenna (242.1 IP) . ............... 2007 2. 1.82 - Kubesch, Jenna (165.0 IP) . ............... 2006 3. 2.11 - Walle, Vanessa (122.2 IP) ................. 2009 4. 2.24 - Walle, Vanessa (106.1 IP) ................. 2010 5. 2.39 - Valle, Janelle (102.2 IP) . ................... 2008

Most Runs Allowed 1. 115 - Bossom, Kimber . ............................... 2008 2. 102 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................. 2007 3. 89 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2007 4. 87 - Walle, Vanessa . ................................... 2009 5. 82 - Valle, Janelle ........................................ 2009

Most Strikeouts/7 Inn Game 1. 8.29 - Hummel, Carly (177.1 IP) . ................ 2010 2. 8.15 - Hummel, Carly (168.1 IP) . ................ 2011 3. 7.02 - Kubesch, Jenna (242.1 IP) . ............... 2007 4. 6.70 - Kubesch, Jenna (165.0 IP) . ............... 2006 5. 5.68 - Johnson, Nicki (145.1 IP) .................. 2006

Most Earned Runs Allowed 1. 80 - Bossom, Kimber . ................................. 2008 2. 77 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................... 2007 3. 74 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2007 4. 61 - Valle, Janelle ........................................ 2009 5. 60 - Walle, Vanessa . ................................... 2009

Most Wins 1. 24 - Kubesch, Jenna (24-11) ....................... 2007 2. 21 - Hummel, Carly (21-8) .......................... 2011 3. 15 - Hummel, Carly (15-10) ........................ 2010 4. 13 - Kubesch, Jenna (13-12) ....................... 2006 5. 12 - Johnson, Nicki (12-9) ........................... 2006 12 - Johnson, Nicki (12-14) ......................... 2007

Most Walks Allowed 1. 93 - Bossom, Kimber . ................................. 2008 2. 83 - McClinton, Rayna . ............................... 2008 3. 66 - Hummel, Carly ..................................... 2010 4. 65 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................... 2007 5. 58 - Bossom, Kimber . ................................. 2009 58 - Hummel, Carly ..................................... 2011

Most Loses 1. 16 - Bossom, Kimber (11-16) ...................... 2008 2. 14 - Johnson, Nicki (12-14) ......................... 2007 14 - Valle, Janelle (8-14) . ............................ 2009 4. 13 - Walle, Vanessa (8-13) .......................... 2010 5. 12 - Kubesch, Jenna (13-12) ....................... 2006

Most Strikeouts 1. 243 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................. 2007 2. 210 - Hummel, Carly ................................... 2010 3. 196 - Hummel, Carly ................................... 2011 4. 158 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................. 2006 5. 118 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................. 2006

Most Saves 1. 2 - Kubesch, Jenna ...................................... 2007 2. 1 - Johnson, Nicki . ...................................... 2007 1 - Bossom, Kimber . ................................... 2008 1 - Valle, Janelle .......................................... 2010 1 - Valle, Janelle .......................................... 2011 1 - Valle, Janelle .......................................... 2008 1 - Hummel, Carly ....................................... 2011 1 - Carley, Lauren ........................................ 2011 1 - McClinton, Rayna . ................................. 2008

Most Doubles Allowed 1. 32 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2007 2. 31 - Bossom, Kimber . ................................. 2008 3. 29 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................... 2007 4. 28 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................... 2006 5. 22 - Walle, Vanessa . ................................... 2009

Most Appearances 1. 45 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2007 2. 33 - Bossom, Kimber . ................................. 2008 3. 31 - Hummel, Carly ..................................... 2010 31 - Hummel, Carly ..................................... 2011 5. 30 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2006 30 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................... 2007 Most Games Started 1. 33 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2007 2. 27 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................... 2007 3. 26 - Bossom, Kimber . ................................. 2008 4. 25 - Hummel, Carly ..................................... 2011 25 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2006 Most Complete Games 1. 29 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2007 2. 20 - Hummel, Carly ..................................... 2011 3. 19 - Johnson, Nicki . .................................... 2006 4. 18 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2006 5. 17 - Bossom, Kimber . ................................. 2008 17 - Hummel, Carly ..................................... 2010 Most Games Finished 1. 11 - Kubesch, Jenna .................................... 2007 11 - Carley, Lauren ...................................... 2011 11 - Carley, Lauren ...................................... 2010 4. 7 - Hummel, Carly ....................................... 2010 7 - Sterling, Lyndsey . .................................. 2008 Most Shutouts 1. 8 - Hummel, Carly ..........