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HOME OF THE First Year: 2008 Capacity: 250 Sports: Softball The newly-renovated softball field hosted its first game in March of 2008. Improvements to the field include a climate-controlled press box that includes a concession stand, and a new scoreboard behind the left field fence. A warning track and new sound system were also installed. The stadium has lights that were just recently installed in the summer of 2009, and the dugouts include storage areas for bats, gloves and batting helmets. The Millersville University Softball Field has hosted Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) District 3 Tournament games since 2009 and was selected as the 2009 Keystone Athletic Field Managers Organization (KAFMO) Field of Distinction for its safety, appearance, and playability.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS/QUICK FACTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

Millersville University Softball Field......................................................................2 Schedule...............................................................................................................3 Quick Facts............................................................................................................3 Coach Kathy Cummings.........................................................................................6 2012 Roster...........................................................................................................7 Season Outlook ................................................................................................ 8-9 Photos by Class..............................................................................................10-11 Returning Marauders ....................................................................................13-18 Newcomer Marauders....................................................................................19-22 Season in Review ..........................................................................................24-25 PSAC Review ......................................................................................................26 History ..........................................................................................................28-31

QUICK FACTS

Name of School.....................................................................Millersville University Founded..........................................................................................................1855 Location.......................................................................................... Millersville, Pa. President............................................................................ Dr. Francine G. McNairy Enrollment.....................................................................................................8,729 Nickname...............................................................................................Marauders School Colors.................................................................. Black and Gold (PMS 124) Affiliation.......................................................................................NCAA Division II Conference.......................................Pennsylvania State Athletic (Eastern Division) Web Site................................................................................. www.psacsports.org

SOFTBALL INFORMATION

Stadium.......................................................... Millersville University Softball Field Capacity..........................................................................250 plus lawn chair space Surface...............................................................................................Natural Grass 2010 Overall Record.......................................................................................16-22 2010 PSAC East Record.................................................................................... 4-12 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................................................... 5/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost....................................................................... 4/5 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost....................................................................... 1/2 First Year of Softball........................................................................................1979

COACHING INFORMATION

Head Coach.................................................................................. Kathy Cummings Record at MU.......................................................................................... 305-422-1 Career Record.................................................................................................Same E-Mail Address.......................................................... kcummings@millersville.edu Assistant Coach............................................................................... Jill Golomboski Volunteer Assistant........................................................................... Jack Giamaldi Softball Office Phone....................................................................... 717-871-5503 Best Way To Reach Coach......................................................................Through SID

2012 SCHEDULE 3/2 3/7 3/19-17 3/20 3/21 3/23 3/24 3/28 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/7 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/14 4/18 4/21

CHOWAN (DH) at Shepherd (DH) Spring Games at National Training Center at Philadelphia (DH) HOLY FAMILY (DH) at West Chester (DH)* at East Stroudsburg * at Georgian Court (DH) at Lock Haven (DH) GOLDEY-BEACOM (DH) at Kutztown * (DH) BOWIE STATE (DH) at Shippensburg * (DH) CALIFORNIA (Pa.) (DH) WEST CHESTER * (DH) at Lincoln (DH) EAST STROUDSBURG * (DH) KUTZTOWN * (DH) UNIV. OF THE SCIENCES (DH) SHIPPENSBURG * (DH)

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Have a great season Gabbie and the Millersville Softball Team! - Larry & Janet Davis Good Luck Sarah, and the entire softball team! #5 - Mom, Dad, & Robert Good Luck Sarah, keep making Nanny and PopPop proud! Go Ville Go! Good Luck #5, and the rest of the “Ville” Softball Team. - Uncle John, Jamie, Bruno (Jack-N-Jills Billiards) Good Luck Team! From everyone in Nanticoke - Home of the Trojans (Bus Stop Cafe) Good Luck Sarah #5, and everyone on the Millersville Softball Team - Uncle Bobby

Emmy, Scoop ‘em up Hit ‘em Hard Go Millersville!! Albert & Elaine Sneeringer

Erika, I am so proud of you! - Coach Shell Go “Ka”! - Love, Tracy, Chip & Abbie

Good Luck Erika & Millersville Softball - Scott & Tina Owens

It’s your time to shine Ashley! - Love, Mom & Mug

Good Luck Erika. We are so proud of you! Love you! - Mom, Dad & Cody

Good Luck Marauder Softball! Go #22 - Kimm and Mug Luna

We are so very proud of you. Give it your best. Go for another Hundred! Love you Erika. - Mom-Mom and Pop Pop

Knock one out of the park for me! - Love, Dakota

Good Luck Erika. Play hard. You’re going to be a great asset to the team. - Brian, Wendy & Megan Filchner Git-r-Done Mugsy - Aunt Shirley / Uncle Rick

Good Luck Sarah, and the entire softball team!

#5 Mom, Nan & Robert 4

Good Luck Ashley #22! - Love, Mimi & Pop Pop Good Luck Danielle! Have a great season. - Mr. M Good Luck Danielle! - Love ya, Uncle Tom & Aunt Karen Have fun Danielle! - Love, Alyssa & Dana Good Luck this season, Danielle. 1B is cheering for you!! - Rachel Klondar Good Luck Danielle! - Teah Eisenhuth Work hard and try your best! We love you Danielle! - Kelly & Matt


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Best of Luck in 2012! GO VILLE! Proud Parents and Family of Alexandra Hoops Best Wishes to Danielle and the team! Love you always! - Diane and Shane Holmes We Love You! Kick Butt and Work Hard! - Denise and Joe DiFilippo In Support of Millersville University Softball & Alexandra Hoops! - Anthony J. Zazzarino Good Luck and have fun Alex! - Uncle Steve, Aunt Dione, John, Amanda & Michelle Good Luck, Alexandra! Go Marauders!! - Dr. Frank Falcone, Jr. Alicia, hard work always pays off, never give up! - Love, Dad Alicia, nothing is impossible! You have made amazing things happen. - Justin Hughes

Go Marauders & Steph. Hope you have an awesome season! - Cindy Minster Good Luck Marauders and Stephanie Kulp #7! - Donald F. Riley Steph, we’re proud of you. Have a great season...Go Ville! - Love Barry, Cher, Mack, Rock & Rachel Good Luck Jamie. Have a Great Year! - Coach Williams Good Luck Jamie. Go Millersville! - Tammy Reenock Good Luck Jamie, from your fans in Northhampton, PA! - Thomas Reenock Jamie - set your goals high, believe in them & achieve them! - Steph, Jim, and Jeremy Motsko Jamie! Wishing you & MU Softball a great season! - Uncle Terry, Aunt Sandy and Matt May 2012 be the best. Have a great season #15. - Gerry & Tessie Reenock Good Luck Jamie and Millersville Softball! - Jay A. Scherline Good Luck Millersville Softball and Jamie - Joseph A. Csanadi, D.D.S., P.C. Jamie, wishing you a very good season. Good Luck! - Mike and Ann Motsko

So proud of you, Alicia! Remember to play with your heart & soul! - Jennifer Hughes Keep up the good work, Alicia. You can do it! - Nan and Pop Rauchut Best wishes for a rewarding season to my favorite Marauder. - Linda Beason Have a great season Alicia. Love You! - Gram and Pop

Good Luck #5 and the Rest of the “Ville” Softball Team

Uncle John, Jamie, Bruno

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HEAD COACH KATHY CUMMINGS Millersville University softball coach Kathy Cummings earned her 300th win in the 2011 season with a 3-1 victory over West Chester on March 30. Cummings finished her 18th season with several players earning conference accolades. Four of her players earned All-PSAC First Team selections and one earned All-PSAC Second Team. The most first team selections Millersville has ever had in a season. Cummings took a young squad to the brink of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) playoffs in 2010. Millersville showed it could play with nationally ranked teams and PSAC powers during the 2010 season. The Marauders played a number of tightly contested games with perennial Eastern Division favorites Kutztown and West Chester. The Black and Gold also went toe-to-toe with teams such as Lock Haven, winners of four of the last five PSAC Championships, and Indiana (Pa.). The Marauders finished with a 23-24 record, highlighted by a 9-6 season-ending win over West Chester on Senior Day. Millersville dropped four one-run games against ranked opponents, but did see a three-game improvement in conference play from 2009.

PERSONAL

Cummings had a number of players earn regonition in 2010. Kelly Fitzgerald was an All-PSAC East First Team selection at catcher and a Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division II All-Atlantic Region Second Team pick. Shortstop Lindsay Hosier was named to the All-PSAC East Second Team. In addition, Fitzgerald, Hosier, Alicia Hughes, and Sarah Signore all garnered PSAC weekly honors under Cummings’ tutelage.

Full Name: Kathy Cummings Alma Mater: Missouri State ‘91 Years in Coaching: 25th overall 19th season at MU

The 2009 season was one of ups and downs for Cummings’ squad. The Marauders were slow out of the gate, but tore through a 17-game stretch from March 9-22, going 14-3. Conference play proved to be a tough road to navigate, but Cummings still managed to lead Millersville to its fourth straight 20-win season. The 24 wins by the 2009 squad were the second most in program history, bested only by the 2006 squad, which won 30 games.

COACHING

Cummings earned her 250th win as Millersville skipper in a 4-1 doubleheader-opening victory over the University of Sciences in Philadelphia on Mar. 14, 2009.

Missouri State 1991 Assistant Coach - Softball Ohio University 1991-92 Assistant Coach - Field Hockey Millersville University 1993-96 Head Coach - Field Hockey Millersville University 1993-Present Head Coach - Softball

In 2008, “KC” directed the Marauders to a 20-27 record. MU began the season 6-0 —its best start in 12 years— and set a school record for runs scored in a doubleheader with 78 against Lincoln. The Marauders also snapped West Chester’s school-record 16-game winning streak with a come-from-behind 10-5 win in extra innings. The 2007 season also saw Cummings’ crew reach the 20-win plateau. The Marauders did so by remarkably ending Kutztown’s 22-game winning streak with a dramatic 4-3 victory in their final game of the season. In 2006, Cummings enjoyed her most successful season at Millersville by leading the team to its first 30-win season (30-21) in school history. Cummings collected her first PSAC Coach of the Year honor after taking a team that collected 11 wins in divisional play in the previous two years to a 12-12 divisional record and a fourth-place finish in the PSAC East. Carrying a 29-19 overall record, Millersville earned a No. 7 seed in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship, the first-ever regional appearance for the Marauder squad. In her 18 seasons leading the softball team Cummings has compiled a 305-422-1 record. She enjoyed exceptional success as the Marauders’ field hockey head coach from 1993-96, amassing a 47-27-1 record in her four seasons at the helm. KC was a two-year varsity letterwinner in softball at Missouri State University, from which she graduated in 1991 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. She also served as an assistant coach for the Lady Bear softball team in 1991. The Foxboro, Mass., native received her master’s degree in physical education, with a teaching and coaching emphasis, at Ohio University in 1993. She served as the Lady Bobcats’ field hockey assistant in 1991 and 1992.

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN SENIORS (1)

#3 Ally Homa JUNIORS (2)

#9 Allison Chew #16 Alicia Hughes SOPHOMORES (3)

#15 Jamie Motsko #13 Taylor Odell-Smith #14 Emily Sneeringer FRESHMEN (11)

#25 Gabbie Berry #5 Sarah Bertoni #6 Erika Bowman #22 Ashley Cantiello #11 Alexa Casner #10 Gab Ceritano #8 Danielle DiFilippo #4 Alexandra Hoops #7 Stephanie Kulp #1 Rachel Matos #2 Wendy Wolff

RETURNING LEADERS BATTING AVERAGE Allison Chew Taylor Odell-Smith Ally Homa

.358 .250 .219

HOME RUNS Allison Chew Taylor Odell-Smith

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STOLEN BASES Allison Chew Taylor Odell-Smith Ally Homa Emily Sneeringer

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ERA Alicia Hughes

2.57

STRIKEOUTS Alicia Hughes

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INNINGS PITCHED Alicia Hughes

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 22 25

Name Rachel Matos Wendy Wolff Ally Homa Alexandra Hoops Sarah Bertoni Erika Bowman Stephanie Kulp Danielle DiFilippo Allison Chew Gab Ceritano Alexa Casner Taylor Odell-Smith Emily Sneeringer Jamie Motsko Alicia Hughes Ashley Cantiello Gabbie Berry

Pos. Yr. Ht. OF/1B Fr. 5-6 Utility Fr. 5-4 OF Sr. 5-4 Utility Fr. 5-10 P/2B Fr. 5-6 C Fr. 5-1 OF/P Fr. 5-8 INF Fr. 5-8 OF Jr. 5-7 C Fr. 5-5 INF So. 5-7 OF So. 5-7 INF So. 5-5 INF RSo. 5-4 P Jr. 5-10 P/1B Fr. 5-7 C Fr. 5-5

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

Hometown/High School Quarryville / Solanco Greencastle / Greencastle-Antrim Newtown Square / Marple Newtown Mountain Top / Crestwood Nanticoke / Greater Nanticoke Slatington / Northern Lehigh Lansdale / North Penn Hatboro / Hatboro Horsham Union Bridge, Md. / Linganore Broomall / Academy of Notre Dame de Namur Reading / Exeter Meriden, Conn. / Francis T. Maloney Hanover / South Western Breinigsville / Parkland Quakertown / Quakertown Bristol / Bristol Norristown / Norristown Area

Head Coach: Kathy Cummings (Missouri State ’91) Assistant Coach: Jill Golomboski (Millersville ’10) Volunteer Assistant: Jack Giamaldi

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SEASON OUTLOOK

As softball head coach Kathy Cummings enters her 19th season at the helm of the Marauders, she brings a load of young and promising talent to a loaded Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division. With 11 new players on a roster of 17, including 10 freshmen, Cummings knows this season’s edition of Marauder softball depends on leadership more than any team in program history. Out of the six returners, only three are upperclassmen. Cummings will have to rely on lone senior Ally Homa and juniors Allison Chew--an All-PSAC East First Teamer a year ago--and Alicia Hughes to lead by example. The veteran head coach thinks their leadership will be vital to where and how far this team goes. “Our upperclassmen have got to be the examples,” said Cummings. “So far, they absolutely are. This group is outstanding with their leadership and work ethic. I definitely see the younger group following in their footsteps and pushing themselves too.” With a tight crop of teams at the top of the PSAC East, the Marauders have their work cut out for them in their climb to the top of the standings. Millersville has to leapfrog Shippensburg, Kutztown and West Chester to take the division crown; a feat that Cummings knows can be accomplished because of the team-first philosophy the Marauders hold. The team needs everyone to contribute, including those on the bench to be ready to step in defensively or to run the bases, according to Cummings. The strength of this team lies in its pitching and athleticism. Hughes looks to have a large impact on a young pitching staff coming off a strong year. A PSAC ScholarAthlete last season, she gives the Marauders an ace and experience at the top of the rotation. Although she was only 9-8, Hughes led the team in multiple categories: earned run average (2.57), games (21), games started (16), complete games (10), shutouts (3), innings pitched (111.2) and batting average against (.277).

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Hughes will need to be an important mentor to three new freshmen pitchers: Sarah Bertoni, Stephanie Kulp and Ashley Cantiello. Bertoni brings big game experience as she led Greater Nanticoke High School to a PIAA State Championship in 2010 on her way to being named the Wyoming Valley Conference Player of the Year and a member of the All-PIAA First Team. Kulp, a Lansdale native, will be called upon to add pitching depth but was a First Team All-League outfielder at North Penn, showing that she has the versatility to be a dual threat. Cantiello will also split time between the rotation and first base and give the team another arm on days where Hughes or Bertoni does not start. Athletically, Cummings has reason to believe this team can match up against any in the conference. Last season’s team had a stellar .952 fielding percentage as a unit and that only figures to get better. While the infield is going to have turnover, the outfield returns all three starters from last year’s team. Homa, Chew and sophomore Taylor Odell-Smith all return to patrol the outfield in center, left and right field, respectively. Offensively, the outfield trio is expected to give the Marauders punch in their lineup as well. Chew had a team-leading five home runs and 22 runs batted in, good for second on the team, as well as a sparkling .358 batting average. Odell-Smith added two home runs and 18 RBIs, batting .250 and walking nine times. Homa added five doubles and nine RBIs. When the team opens its season March 2 with a doubleheader at Chowan, the infield will look different. Gone are Kelly Fitzgerald (the team’s leading hitter and catcher), Davina Kachnovitz (last year’s shortstop, she batted .363 and had a team-high seven steals), Deanna Schneiderreit (starter at second base) and Casey Coker (a senior last year and anchor at first base).


2012 MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY SOFT BALL Departed from that infield are three players that were All-PSAC East First Team selections. Fitzgerald, Kachnovitz and Coker all garnered first team nods last season. Supersub Sarah Signore also graduated after her All-PSAC East Second Team selection as a utility player. Those four players, along with the returner in Chew, made up a record high five Marauders chosen for All-PSAC East honors. Also last season, Cummings notched her 300th win as coach of the Marauders. Which one did she choose as her biggest accomplishment? “Me getting 300 wins is actually the program getting 300 wins,” Cummings said. “That’s huge for the program in my time here. But I think I’m most proud when we have the level of talent that stands out to other coaches, players and teams that these girls get recognized for their hard work and contributions to this program. “I’m very proud of what this team did last year and it shows that Millersville has the talent to compete,” said Cummings. Cummings has certainly brought in more talent to offset the loss of award-winning players that were important parts of the team. Cummings has rebuilt this team on the fly and recruited talent to replace the old guard. Several freshmen are going to be expected to compete for a wide-open infield. Wendy Wolff, a Greencastle native, led her team to a PIAA Championship in 2009 and looks to win a middle infield job. Danielle DiFilippo also led her Hatboro-Horsham team to a

PIAA Championship in 2008 and is a candidate to play on the right side of the infield at either first or second base. At the other corner infield spot, Emily Sneeringer returns after a freshman season that gave her valuable experience starting all 38 games at the “hot corner.” One other key player to watch will be Jamie Motsko. After redshirting during what would have been her sophomore year last season, she looks to regain her 2010 form, which saw her play in all 47 games during that season. During 2010, Motsko started 45 of the 47 games in which she played. Capable of playing the corner infield spots and at designated player, she demonstrated that she could bring thump to the middle of the Marauder lineup by leading the team in home runs with five and knocking in 19 RBIs while hitting .270 for her freshman season. A return to 2010 form for Motsko would be a big boost for Millersville, giving the Marauders another veteran presence and leadership on the young roster. With all new players that are looking to contribute, Cummings has one goal in mind for her inexperienced squad: win. “It’s going to take them stepping up and getting that mentality that they want to win at the highest level possible,” said Cummings. While this club may lack the familiarity with the college level of play, the group, with Homa, Chew and Hughes leading the way, has the youth, depth and versatility to make a run in the top-heavy PSAC East.

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#3 Ally Homa

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#16 Alicia Hughes and #9 Allison Chew


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#13 Taylor Odell-Smith, #14 Emily Sneeringer and #15 Jamie Motsko

Back Row (L-R): #22 Ashley Cantiello, #4 Alexandra Hoops, #8, Danielle DiFilippo, #1 Rachel Matos, #11 Alexa Casner, #10 Gabbie Ceritano Front Row (L-R): #2 Wendy Wolff, #25 Gabrielle Berry, #5 Sarah Bertoni, #6 Erika Bowman, #7 Stephanie Kulp 11


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ALLY HOMA

Newtown Square • Marple Newtown Senior • OF • 5-4 • R/R

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2011: Appeared in all 38 games as the centerfielder...Had 33 putouts, four assists and a fielding percentage of .949 from the outfield...Recorded 23 hits with five doubles, nine RBIs and 12 runs scored...On March 16, went 3-for-4 with two doubles, three RBIs and one run in the 4-2 win over Georgian Court.

Career Highs Hits (Game): 3, two times RBIs (Game): 3, two times Runs Scored (Game): 2, nine times Doubles (Game): 2, two times Triples (Game): 2 vs. Salem International, 3/4/10 Home Runs (Game): 1 at Georgian Court, 3/17/10

2010: Surpassed her freshman marks in hits, doubles, RBIs, and stolen bases...Started in center field in each of the 46 games she played...Batting average saw an eight point jump (.242 to .250) from her freshman to sophomore year...Ranked fourth on the ballclub in runs scored (22) and doubles (8)...Tied for third on the team in stolen bases with seven...Went deep for the first time in her collegiate career on March 17 in a win over No. 23 Georgian Court...Scored multiple runs in four games...Hit safely in six straight games from April 11-16...Enjoyed a solid day at the plate in a game one win over Shippensburg on March 27, as she went 2-for-2 with a pair of doubles and two runs scored. 2009: Started all 49 games as a freshman...Used her great speed to make a number of spectacular diving catches in center field and was the Marauders’ best statistical outfielder, committing just one error in 67 opportunities (.985)...Led the team and was fifth in the PSAC with four triples...Tied for fourth in the conference in sacrifice flies with four...Fourth on the squad in runs scored (25)...Went 4-for-5 with four runs scored in a doubleheader sweep of Lincoln (Pa.) on March 18... Knocked in three runs in a season-ending win over Shepherd on April 21. High School: Member of the Marple Newtown softball team that won the 2006 District 1 AAA Championship…Also competed in soccer and basketball for the Fighting Tigers…First team All-Central and All-Delco choice in ’06, ’07, and ’08…Had an impressive .470 batting average during her senior season. Personal: Daughter of George and Loretta Homa…Has one younger sister…Majoring in marketing.

Total Bases (Game): 6 vs. Salem International, 3/4/10

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2009 .242 49 49 120 25 29 2 4 0 13 39 .325 11 2 20 1 .309 3 3 4 6 62 4 1 .985 2010 .250 46 46 128 22 32 8 0 1 19 43 .336 10 4 19 0 .322 1 9 7 7 48 7 1 .982 2011 .219 38 38 105 12 23 5 0 0 9 28 .267 3 0 29 0 .241 0 4 1 1 33 4 2 .949 TOTAL .238 133 133 353 59 84 15 4 1 41 110 .312 24 6 68 1 .295 4 16 12 14 143 15 4 .975

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ALLISON CHEW Union Bridge, Md. • Linganore Junior • OF • 5-7 • R/R

Career Highs Hits (Game): 3, three times RBIs (Game): 4, two times Runs Scored (Game): 2, seven times Doubles (Game): 2, two times Triples (Game): 1, four times Home Runs (Game): 1, six times

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2011: Started all 38 games in left field...Led all outfielders with 60 putouts…At the plate, improved tremendously from her first year, increasing her batting average to .358 from .273 a year ago...Led the team with five home runs, second in total bases (72) and third in batting average... Collected 43 hits on eight doubles, three triples and five home runs to drive in 22 RBIs and scored 22 times...Held the teams’ second best slugging percentage with .600 and on base percentage with .403..Had 12 multi-hit game, six multi-RBI games and heads into next season with a fourgame hit-streak...On April 6 in the doubleheader against No. 25 Kutztown, went 4-for-7 on the day with two doubles, a home run, six RBIs and scored three times...Named to All-PSAC East First Team on May 5...Named PSAC Scholar-Athlete. 2010: Started 22 games and played in 27 overall as a freshman...Registered her first career collegiate hit and RBI in a 2-for-3 effort against Merrimack on Mar. 7...Finished the season on a four-game hitting streak...Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, two RBIs, and her first career home run in a game two win over Lincoln (Pa.) on April 14...Recorded three multi-hit games...Finished the season with nine runs scored and seven RBIs. High School: Three-sport athlete at Linganore, competing in softball, basketball, and volleyball...Named to the Monocacy Valley Athletic League (MVAL) First Team, Maryland Gazette First Team, and Frederick News-Post Second Team in softball during her senior year...Also captured MVAL First Team, Frederick News-Post First Team, and Maryland Gazette First Team honors in volleyball during her senior season...Earned the Linganore High School MVP Award...Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). Personal: Daughter of William and Mary Chew...Has two older brothers...Father played baseball at St. Mary’s College of Maryland...Major is undecided.

Total Bases (Game): 7 vs. Post, 3/9/11

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .273 27 22 55 9 15 1 1 1 7 21 .382 7 1 12 0 .365 0 1 0 0 22 2 1 .960 2011 .358 38 38 120 22 43 8 3 5 22 72 .600 8 1 20 0 .403 0 3 3 3 60 3 5 .926 TOTAL .331 65 60 175 31 58 9 4 6 29 93 .531 15 2 32 0 .391 0 4 3 3 82 5 6 .935

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ALICIA HUGHES Quakertown • Quaktertown Junior • P • 5-10 • R/L

Career Highs Wins (Season): 9 (2011)

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2011: Led the team in wins for the secondconsecutive year with her 9-8 overall record…In 111.2 innings of work--most on the team--struck out 69 while walking just 11…Led the team with 10 complete games, three shutouts, ERA (2.57) and lowest batting average against (.277) in 21 appearances--16 starts...On March 19, struck out nine batters in a loss to Fairmont State...Collected five hits in 12 at bats...Doubled to center field to continue a rally against No. 16 Bloomsburg in second career at bat...Finished the season with a .417 batting average on 12 at bats...Named PSAC East Pitcher of the Week on March 15...Named PSAC Scholar-Athlete.

Complete Games (Season): 10 (2010)

2010: Appeared in 24 games as a freshman, making 19 starts...Tied for the team lead in wins with eight...Led the team with 10 complete games... Her 2.64 ERA ranked second on the ballclub... Struck out 51 in 119.1 innings of work...Threw a complete-game shutout in her first collegiate action, a 1-0 win over American International on March 6...Earned the win in two straight starts on April 11 and 14...Struck out a season-high seven in a complete-game five-hitter, as the Marauders beat Holy Family, 5-1, in game two of a doubleheader on April 11...Allowed no hits and struck out five over four innings in throwing a combined no-hitter with Lisa Rich against Lincoln (Pa.) on April 14...Allowed two earned runs or fewer in 11 of her 19 starts...Opposing hitters batted just .275 against the lefty...Selected as PSAC East Pitcher of the Week for the first time in her career on April 19.

Fewest Hits Allowed (Min. 5 IP): 1 vs. East Stroudsburg, 4/18/11

High School: Named First Team All-Suburban One as a pitcher in 2009...First Team All-Suburban One Honorable Mention P/OF in 2007 and 2008...Selected as Quakertown’s team MVP all four seasons...Earned team’s most dedicated award in 2007 and 2008...Played under coaches Dave Souder and Eric Romig at QHS...Member of the anti-smoking committee.

Lowest ERA (Season): 2.57 (2011)

Personal: Daughter of Bryan and Jennifer Hughes...Has a younger brother, Justin...Cousins Courtney and Casey Hughes both played field hockey at Lock Haven, with Courtney also playing softball and Casey also running track...Cousin, Jake Hughes, played baseball at York College (Pa.)...Majoring in early childhood education.

Strikeouts (Game): 9 vs. Fairmont State, 3/19/11 Strikeouts (Season): 69 (2011)

Starts (Season): 19 (2010)

CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2010 2.64 8 7 24 19 10 1 2 0 119.1 134 65 45 25 51 27 3 5 529 .275 6 2 1 1 13 2011 2.57 9 8 21 16 10 3 0 0 111.2 127 51 41 11 69 19 5 3 481 .277 5 4 0 2 6 TOTAL 2.61 17 15 45 35 20 4 2 0 231.0 261 116 86 36 120 46 8 8 1010 .276 11 6 1 3 19

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JAMIE MOTSKO

Breinigsville • Parkland Redshirt Sophomore • INF • 5-4 • R/R

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2011: Received a redshirt.

Career Highs Hits (Game): 3 vs. Lincoln (Pa.), 4/14/11 RBIs (Game): 3, three times Runs Scored (Game): 2, two times Doubles (Game): 1, four times Triples (Game): None

2010: Started 45 games as a freshman, but played in all 47 contests...Motsko was tied for the team lead in home runs with five, giving the Marauders a glimpse of her power, which should only improve as her career progresses...Hit .270 for the season and her 34 hits were fifth most on the team...Tied for third on team in RBIs with 19, and also scored 19 runs...It took her just three games to collect her first collegiate home run, a solo shot in Millersville’s 5-1 victory over Merrimack on Mar. 7...Knocked in a season-high three runs in three different games, and in each of those games she also went deep...Led the team in three-RBI games...First three-hit game of her career came against Lincoln (Pa.) on Apr. 14...Finished the season on a seven-game hitting streak...Ranked fifth on club in multi-hit games with eight High School: Helped Parkland win the 2009 PIAA AAAA Softball Championship...Hit a solo home run in the sixth inning of Parkland’s 5-1 win over Shaler in the 2009 PIAA AAAA Championship Game... Led the Trojans to a Lehigh Valley Conference (LVC) North Division title and conference championship in 2009...2009 team finished as the District XI AAAA runners-up...Played under coaches Glen Ray, Barry Search, and Barry Williams at PHS... Member of the Welcome Pack Club, Elementary Teachers Assistance Program (ETAP), and Elementary World Language Experience (EWLE)...Inducted into the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of James and Stephanie Motsko...Has a younger brother, Jeremy...Majoring in elementary and special education.

Home Runs (Game): 1, five times Total Bases (Game): 6 vs. Merrimack, 3/7/10

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2010 .270 47 45 126 19 34 4 0 5 19 53 .421 14 1 32 0 .345 1 3 2 3 26 82 14 .885

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TAYLOR ODELL-SMITH Meriden, Conn. • Francis T. Maloney Sophomore • SS/OF • 5-7 • R/R

Career Highs

2011: Played in 37 games starting 33 for the Marauders...Had an impressive start batting .500 with a slugging percentage of .864 in the first 11 games of the season, all played in Florida... On March 7 against Urbana, hit a double and a grand slam in the second inning to help route the Blue Knights, 14-3 in five innings...Finished the year with a .250 batting average with 23 hits, six doubles, two home runs, 18 RBIs and 12 runs scored..Had five multi-RBI games in her first season...Named PSAC Scholar-Athlete.

RBIs (Game): 6 vs. Urbana, 3/7/11

High School: Participated in softball and swimming at Francis T. Maloney...Member of team that competed in state playoffs all four years including two quarterfinal appearances and one semifinal appearance...Named to Central Connecticut Conference all-conference team in 2009...Garnered all-state her senior season...Member of National Language Honors Society, DECA, and FBLA.

Runs Scored (Game): 2 vs. Urbana, 3/7/11

Personal: Daughter of Paige Odell and Richard Smith...Has two younger siblings...Majoring in psychology.

Hits (Game): 3, two times

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Doubles (Game): 1, six times Triples (Game): None Home Runs (Game): 1, two times Total Bases (Game): 7 vs. Urbana, 3/7/11

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2011 .250 37 33 80 12 20 6 0 2 18 32 .400 9 5 25 0 .358 1 4 2 2 33 8 3 .932

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EMILY SNEERINGER Hanover • South Western Sophomore • INF • 5-5 • R/R

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2011: Made an immediate impact for the Marauders, starting all 38 games at third base... Collected 42 putouts and 52 assists. On March 7, went 2-for 2 at the dish and scored twice against Urbana in Millersville’s 14-3 victory.

Career Highs

High School: Three-sport athlete at South Western, competing in softball, field hockey, and basketball...Won three letters...Member of YAIAA three time champions from 2008-10...Named team captain, most inspirational player, and received sportsmanship award by team...Honor roll student.

Hits (Game): 2 vs. Urbana, 3/7/11

Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Donna Sneeringer...Has two older siblings...Majoring in foreign languages, specializing in Spanish.

RBIs (Game): None Runs Scored (Game): 2 vs. Urbana, 3/7/11 Doubles (Game): 1 vs. Grand Valley State, 3/6/11 Triples (Game): None Home Runs (Game): None Total Bases (Game): 3, two times

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 2011 .171 38 38 70 6 12 1 0 0 0 13 .186 12 2 23 0 .310 0 1 1 1 42 52 14 .870

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GABBIE BERRY Norristown • Norristown Area Freshman • C • 5-5 • R/R

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High School: Three-sport athlete that competed in softball, field hockey and diving at Norristown Area...Won nine varsity letters...Two-time All-Suburban One First Team third baseman...Led Norristown to back-to-back conference championships in 2009 and 2010 and three consecutive district playoff appearances. Personal: Daughter of Donald and Kathleen Berry...Majoring in biology.

SARAH BERTONI Nanticoke • Greater Nanticoke Freshman • P/2B • 5-6 • R/R

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High School: Two-sport athlete in softball and field hockey and won eight varsity letters...Led her team to the 2010 PIAA State Championship with a final team record of 22-1...Was a member of the All-PIAA First Team..Was the Wyoming Valley Conference Player of the Year in 2010 and her team’s MVP in 2009, 2010 and 2011...Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Robert and Eileen Bertoni...Has one older brother, Robert.

ERIKA BOWMAN Slatington • Northern Lehigh Freshman • C • 5-1 • S/R

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High School: Two-sport athlete who won six varsity letters in field hockey and softball...Led her team to the 2010 Colonial League Championship and to the District XI playoffs all four years, including a runner-up finish in 2010...Was named the All-Colonial League Catcher of the Year...Made all-area team twice as voted by The Morning Call...Was a two-time Outstanding Varsity Player for her team...Also named The Morning Call Player of the Week once...Was a member of SADD and National Honor Society...Won the Girl Scout Bronze and Leadership Awards. Personal: Daughter of Terry and Sherri Bowman...Has a younger brother, Cody...Majoring in animal behavior and marine biology.

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ASHLEY CANTIELLO Bristol • Bristol Freshman • P/1B • 5-7 • L/L

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High School: Two-sport athlete in basketball and softball at Bristol. Personal: Daughter of Anthony Cantiello and Kimberly Luna...Has one younger brother, Dakota...Majoring in mathematics.

ALEXA CASNER Reading • Exeter Freshman • INF • 5-7 • R/R

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Prior to Millersville: Attended Mansfield University for one year...Member of softball team. High School: Two-sport athlete in softball and field hockey at Exeter. Personal: Daughter of John and Paige Casner.

GAB CERITANO

Broomall • Academy of Notre Dame de Namur Freshman • C • 5-5 • R/R

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High School: Won three varsity letters as a member of the softball team...Three year starting catcher and served two years as team captain...Was selected to the All-Inter-Ac First Team, All-Mainline Second Team, and All-Delco Honorable Mention in 2010...Was selected to back-to-back Phillies Carpenter Cups in 2009-10...Member of SADD. Personal: Daughter of Nick and Linda Ceritano...Has an older brother, Nicholas...Cousins Bob and Mike Protesto are members of the crew team at Temple and Princeton, respectively...Majoring in business management.

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DANIELLE DiFILIPPO Hatboro • Hatboro-Horsham Freshman • Utility • 5-8 • S/R

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High School: Led Hatboro-Horsham to three consecutive playoff appearances including a PIAA State Championship in 2008...Named All-Suburban One in sophomore and junior seasons. Personal: Daughter of Joe and Denise DiFilippo...Majoring in elementary education.

ALEXANDRA HOOPS Mountain Top • Crestwood Freshman • Utility • 5-10 • R/R

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High School: Two-sport athlete in field hockey and softball who won five varsity letters...Four-year starter in softball and team captain during junior and senior seasons...All-Conference and All-Star selection for both Times Leader and Citizens Voice...Three-time Coaches All-Star selection...Member of National Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of William and Susan Hoops...Has an older sister, Megan and a younger brother, John...Majoring in math and actuarial sciences.

STEPHANIE KULP Lansdale • North Penn Freshman • Utility • 5-8 • R/R

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High School: Two-sport athlete in field hockey and softball and won two varsity letters...Was named a all-league first team outfielder in 2010. Personal: Daughter of Barry Kulp and Cindy Minster...Has a younger sister, Rachel...Majoring in early childhood and special education.

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RACHEL MATOS Quarryville • Solanco Freshman • 1B/OF • 5-6 • R/R

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High School: Two-sport athlete in basketball and softball collected a total of three varsity letters...Led her team to three playoff appearances and two section titles in basketball...Led softball team to four playoff appearances and three section titles...Voted as a all-league first team for softball. Personal: Daughter of Tony and Sarah Matos...Has three younger sisters: Emily, Olivia and Charlotte...One younger brother, David...Majoring in business administration and management.

WENDY WOLFF Greencastle • Greencastle-Antrim Freshman • SS/2B/OF • 5-4 • R/R

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High School: Played softball, basketball and soccer...Won four varsity letters...Led team to three division championships (2009, 2010, 2011), two district championships (2008, 2009), one state championship (2009) and one Mid-Penn Championship (2010)...Was a two-time All-Mid-Penn First Team (2010, 2011). Personal: Daughter of Rich and Lisa Wolff...Has one older sister, Chelsea...Sister plays soccer at Clarion.

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2011 RESULTS RECORD OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 16-22 4-8 3-7 9-7 CONFERENCE 4-12 3-5 1-7 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 12-10 1-3 2-0 9-7 Game date Mar 05, 2011 Mar 05, 2011 Mar 06, 2011 Mar 06, 2011 Mar 07, 2011 Mar 07, 2011 Mar 09, 2011 Mar 09, 2011 Mar 10, 2011 Mar 11, 2011 Mar 11, 2011 Mar 16, 2011 Mar 16, 2011 Mar 18, 2011 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 20, 2011 Mar 20, 2011 Mar 22, 2011 Mar 22, 2011 Mar 26, 2011 Mar 26, 2011 Mar 30, 2011 Mar 30, 2011 Apr 02, 2011 Apr 02, 2011 Apr 03, 2011 Apr 03, 2011 Apr 06, 2011 Apr 06, 2011 Apr 14, 2011 Apr 14, 2011 Apr 15, 2011 Apr 15, 2011 Apr 18, 2011 Apr 18, 2011 Apr 19, 2011 Apr 19, 2011

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Opposing team vs Dominican vs Tampa vs Grand Valley State vs Urbana W vs Urbana W vs S. New Hampshire W vs American Int.l’ vs Post W vs St. Joseph’s (Ind.) W vs Nyack W vs W.Va. Wesleyan GEORGIAN COURT GEORGIAN COURT W vs Wheeling Jesuit W vs Fairmont State vs Alderson-Broaddus vs Davis & Elkins W vs Glenville State W at Kutztown * at Kutztown * at Shippensburg at Shippensburg WEST CHESTER W WEST CHESTER BLOOMSBURG BLOOMSBURG EAST STROUDSBURG EAST STROUDSBURG KUTZTOWN KUTZTOWN W SHIPPENSBURG W SHIPPENSBURG at WEST CHESTER at WEST CHESTER at ESU at ESU W at Bowie State W at Bowie State W

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

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

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

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

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

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

Pitcher of record S. Signore (L 0-1) A. Hughes (L) A. Hughes (L 0-2) A. Hughes (W 1-2) S. Signore (W 1-1) A. Hughes (W 2-2) C. Eckman (L 0-1) A. Hughes (W 3-2) A. Hughes (W 4-2) A. Hughes (W 5-2) S. Signore (L 1-2) A. Hughes (L 5-3) C. Eckman (W 1-1) C. Eckman (W 2-1) A. Hughes (L 5-4) C. Eckman (L 2-2) S. Signore (W 2-2) A. Hughes (W 6-4) C. Eckman (L 2-3) S. Signore (L 2-3) A. Hughes (L) S. Signore (L) S. Signore (W 3-4) A. Hughes (L 6-6) S. Signore (L 3-5) A. Hughes (L 6-7) C. Eckman (L 2-4) S. Signore (L 3-6) S. Signore (L 3-7) A. Hughes (W 7-7) S. Signore (W 4-7) C. Eckman (L 2-5) S. Signore (L 4-8) A. Hughes (L 7-8) S. Signore (L) A. Hughes (W) S. Signore (W 5-9) A. Hughes (W 9-8)

Attend 113 50 123 212 78 102 156 67 103 114 89 - 86 134 87 79 94 63 50 50 100 90 - 108 - 276 - 176 - 102 - 313 136 100 100 100 39 39

Time 1:45 1:30 1:56 2:30 1:30 1:17 2:01 1:30 2:00 1:27 1:41 1:47 1:41 1:54 2:15 2:05 1:35 1:28 1:35 2 ho 2:19 1:45 1:37 1:43 1:31 1:40 2:10 2:30 2:13 1:47 1:47 2:10 2:10 2:20 1:55 1:10 2:26 1:50


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2011 STATISTICS HITTING

Player Alicia Hughes Kelly Fitzgerald Davina Kachnovitz Allison Chew Deanna Schneiderr Sarah Signore Casey Coker Heidi Wilson Taylor Odell-Smit Abigail Ruoss Ally Homa Emily Sneeringer Courtney Eckman Totals Opponents

AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% .417 6 4 12 1 5 1 0 0 0 6 .500 1 0 3 0 .462 0 1 0 0 2 32 1 .971 .415 37 36 118 25 49 15 1 4 31 78 .661 2 2 4 1 .431 1 7 3 4 193 11 7 .967 .363 36 36 113 31 41 5 3 1 12 55 .487 7 1 15 0 .402 1 6 7 9 69 69 10 .932 .358 38 38 120 22 43 8 3 5 22 72 .600 8 1 20 0 .403 0 3 3 3 60 3 5 .926 .336 38 38 116 25 39 7 0 0 12 46 .397 4 0 12 0 .352 2 3 2 3 69 62 5 .963 .336 38 38 140 23 47 4 2 0 16 55 .393 3 0 20 0 .345 2 1 5 7 10 21 1 .969 .294 38 38 109 13 32 4 0 2 19 42 .385 10 4 22 0 .374 0 4 0 0 231 19 3 .988 .273 23 6 33 4 9 1 0 0 5 10 .303 0 2 9 2 .314 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .250 37 33 80 12 20 6 0 2 18 32 .400 9 5 25 0 .358 1 4 2 2 33 8 3 .932 .235 21 8 34 2 8 1 0 0 5 9 .265 3 0 9 1 .297 0 1 0 0 7 1 0 1.000 .219 38 38 105 12 23 5 0 0 9 28 .267 3 0 29 0 .241 0 4 1 1 33 4 2 .949 .171 38 38 70 6 12 1 0 0 0 13 .186 12 2 23 0 .310 0 1 1 1 42 52 14 .870 .000 7 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 2 8 1 .909 .312 38 38 1051 176 328 58 9 14 149 446 .424 62 17 191 4 .358 7 35 24 30 751 290 52 .952 .297 38 38 1058 165 314 58 13 18 146 452 .427 63 7 173 2 .339 6 18 25 29 755 318 61 .946

PITCHING

Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Alicia Hughes 2.57 9 8 21 16 10 3 0 0 111.2 127 51 41 11 69 19 5 3 458 .277 5 4 0 2 6 Sarah Signore 4.43 5 9 19 11 8 1 0 0 96.1 121 72 61 33 73 25 5 11 410 .295 8 2 0 1 10 Courtney Eckman 4.80 2 5 17 11 1 0 0 0 42.1 66 42 29 19 31 14 3 4 190 .347 1 1 0 3 2 Totals 3.66 16 22 38 38 19 4 0 0 250.1 314 165 131 63 173 58 13 18 1058 .297 14 7 0 6 18 Opponents 3.62 22 16 38 38 22 6 1 3 251.2 328 176 130 62 191 58 9 14 1051 .312 15 17 0 7 35

FIELDING

Player Abigail Ruoss Casey Coker Alicia Hughes Sarah Signore Kelly Fitzgerald Deanna Schneiderr Ally Homa Davina Kachnovitz Taylor Odell-Smit Allison Chew Courtney Eckman Emily Sneeringer Heidi Wilson Totals Opponents

C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI 8 7 1 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 1 0 253 231 19 3 .988 5 0 0 .000 0 0 35 2 32 1 .971 0 11 3 .786 0 0 32 10 21 1 .969 0 9 1 .900 0 0 211 193 11 7 .967 0 23 3 .885 4 0 136 69 62 5 .963 3 0 0 .000 0 0 39 33 4 2 .949 0 0 0 .000 0 0 148 69 69 10 .932 4 1 1 .500 0 0 44 33 8 3 .932 0 0 0 .000 0 0 68 60 3 5 .926 0 0 0 .000 0 0 11 2 8 1 .909 0 5 0 1.000 0 0 108 42 52 14 .870 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 1093 751 290 52 .952 5 25 4 .862 5 0 1134 755 318 61 .946 5 24 6 .800 12 0

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2011 PSAC REVIEW FIRST TEAM 1B Casey Coker 2B Hope Cornel *^* SS Davina Kachnovitz 3B Nicole Henninger * OF Alicea Ashe ^ OF Allison Chew OF Erin MacNamee *** C Kelly Fitzgerald * DP Brittany Racek ^* P Emily Estep P Monica Glomb *

Millersville Shippensburg Millersville Kutztown ESU Millersville West Chester Millersville ESU Shippensburg Kutztown

SECOND TEAM 2B Abby Block SS Bri Knipe 3B Courtney Steele UTIL Sarah Signore UTIL Krista Tedjeske C Kate Kmiecinski P Samantha Derr

West Chester Kutztown Shippensburg Millersville Kutztown West Chester Kutztown

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

FIRST TEAM 1B Megan McCormick ** IUP 2B Dee Eppinger IUP SS Danielle Lazorka * Bloomsburg 3B Samantha Pientack Bloomsburg OF Michelle Bivona IUP OF Carlie Cook * Clarion OF Kirsten Tunno ** IUP C Lacy Mauro ** Bloomsburg DP Nicole Smith Lock Haven P Shavaun Fisher ** Bloomsburg P Erin Holloway **^ IUP

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

FIRST TEAM 1B Sarah Spiering 2B Kirsten Brandt SS Jillian Russell ** 3B Jenna Geibel * OF Samantha Eimers OF Kara Gorgos OF Jaleesa Sledge C Natalie Wideman DP Allyson Johnson ^* P Shaylee Ianno P Hope Spancake

California (Pa.) Slippery Rock California (Pa.) Slippery Rock Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Gannon California (Pa.) California (Pa.) Slippery Rock California (Pa.)

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

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

SECOND TEAM 1B Brittany Pataky SS Erin Clary 3B Nicole Lollo ^ DP Kate Pratt C Alicia Cacciotti C Stef Poates ^ P Caitlin Paine ^

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

SECOND TEAM 1B Michelle Schmitz ^ 1B Bre Tongel 2B Shelby Lia 2B Emily Redig * SS Marissa Pullo ^ DP Courtney Smith P Megan Dragon

Mercyhurst Slippery Rock California (Pa.) Mercyhurst Edinboro Mercyhurst Gannon

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

PSAC East Player of the Year Nicole Henninger Kutztown PSAC East Pitcher of the Year Emily Estep Shippensburg PSAC East Freshman of the Year Emily Estep Shippensburg PSAC East Coach of the Year Bob Brookens Shippensburg * Indicates previous All-PSAC first team selection ^ Indicates previous All-PSAC second team selection

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ALL-PSAC WEST

ALL-PSAC CENTRAL

ALL-PSAC EAST

Lock Haven Lock Haven Clarion Mansfield Lock Haven IUP Bloomsburg

PSAC Central Player of the Year Lacy Mauro Bloomsburg PSAC Central Pitcher of the Year Erin Holloway IUP PSAC Central Freshman of the Year Nicole Smith Lock Haven PSAC Central Coach of the Year Bill Graham IUP

PSAC West Player of the Year Jillian Russell California (Pa.) PSAC West Pitcher of the Year Shaylee Ianno Slippery Rock PSAC West Freshman of the Year Shelby Lia California (Pa.) PSAC West Coach of the Year Rick Bertagnolli California (Pa.)


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HISTORY SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS Year Record Winning Pct. 1979 7-5 .583 1980 8-7 .533 1981 12-10 .545 1982 3-13 .188 1983 4-12 .250 1984 10-10 .500 1985 8-12 .400 1986 13-11 .542 1987 16-13 .551 1988 12-10 .545 1989 10-21 .323 1990 15-13 .536 1991 9-11 .450 1992 8-15 .348 1993 10-16 .385 1994 16-10 .615 1995 6-28 .177 1996 12-25 .324 1997 10-22 .313 1998 13-22 .371 1999 23-19 .548 2000 12-31 .279 2001 19-20 .487 2002 18-23 .439 2003 12-24 .333 2004 16-25-1 .393 2005 15-28 .349 2006 30-21 .588 2007 20-26 .438 2008 20-27 .426 2009 24-25 .490 2010 23-24 .489 2011 16-22 .421 TOTALS 450-601-1 .428

COACHING RECORDS (by winning percentage) Coach Adele Ruszak Donna Eshleman Carol Miller Kathy Cummings Debra Schlegel TOTALS

Years Seasons Wins Losses Ties Pct. 1979-81 3 27 22 0 .551 1984-87 4 47 46 0 .505 1988-93 6 64 86 0 .427 1994- 19 305 400 1 .420 1982-83 2 7 25 0 .219 1979-11 33 450 601 1 .428

TEAM RECORDS HITTING Category At-Bats Runs Scored Hits Extra Base Hits Runs Batted In Doubles Triples Home Runs Total Bases Batting Average Slugging Percentage Walks Strikeouts Stolen Bases Sacrifices Hit by Pitch

No. Year 1399 2006 258 2008 410 2006 103 2006 220 2008 74 2010 16 1986 22 2006 571 2006 .325 (290/893) 1998 .424 2011 139 2008 243 2005 66 2010 78 2006 23 2008

FIELDING Category Put-Outs Assists Most Errors Fewest Errors Fielding Percentage

No. Year 1027 2006 453 2010 129 1989 33 # 1985 .968 2008

PITCHING Category Innings Pitched Complete Games Saves Shutouts Fewest Hits Allowed Most Hits Allowed Fewest Runs Allowed Most Runs Allowed Fewest Earned Runs Allowed Most Earned Runs Allowed Fewest Walks Allowed Most Walks Allowed Strikeouts Wild Pitches Earned Run Average

No. Year 342.1 2006 34 2002 6 2006 11 2006 106 1984 419 2009 78 1985 247 1995 25 1984 174 2000 26 # 1991 117 2004 269 2002 37 1993 1.22 1984

MISCELLANEOUS Category Games Played Victories Defeats Longest Winning Streak

No. 51 30 31 9

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SINGLE SEASON RECORD HOLDERS (For a full list of single season leaders, click here.) BATTING (Must have played in 70 percent of team’s games and averaged 2 at-bats per game) Category No. Player(s) Year At-Bats 176 Meghan Sinback 2006 Runs Scored 51 Lindsay Hosier 2010 Hits 63 Meghan Sinback 2006 Extra Base Hits 24 Lindsay Hosier 2010 Runs Batted In 38 Kelly Fitzgerald 2010 38 Erin Hepner 2006 38 Sabrina Atkins 1999 Doubles 16 Lindsay Hosier 2010 Triples 7 Andrea Curwood 2001 7 Angela Lutz 1990 Home Runs 7 Meghan Sinback 2007 Total Bases 99 Lindsay Hosier 2010 Batting Average .495 (49/99) Janell Smith 1997 Slugging Percentage .805 Sally Whittaker 1994 Walks 27 Shaina Briel 2009 Strikeouts 38 Trisha Johnson 2007 Stolen Bases 26 Lindsay Hosier 2010 Stolen Base Percentage .955 (21/22) Meghan Sinback 2006 Sacrifices 15 Erin Hepner 2006 Hit by Pitch 7 Alexa Ashwell 2007 7 Alexa Ashwell 2005 7 Amy Miller 2002 FIELDING Category No. Player(s) Year Put-Outs 337 Casey Coker 2010 Assists 147 Meghan Sinback 2006 Errors 27 Kandi Ickes 1989 Fielding Percentage .996 (197 PO, 31 A, 1 E) Kelly Fitzgerald 2010 PITCHING (Must have made at least 8 appearances and pitched 25 innings) Category No. Player(s) Year Appearances 28 Brittany Peterson 2009 28 Jess Vonada 2006 Victories 13 Emily Flieger 2006 Innings Pitched 148.1 Laura Harris 2002 Starts 23 Emily Flieger 2007 23 Laura Harris 2002 Complete Games 20 Laura Harris 2002 Saves 3 Emily Flieger 2006 3 Jess Vonada 2006 3 Beth Eshelman 1987 Most Walks Allowed 56 Kristin Heberlig 2004 Fewest Walks Allowed 2 Lynn Fry 1986 Strikeouts 203 Laura Harris 2002 Winning Percentage 1.000 (6-0) Sara Foulks 1999 Earned Run Average 0.69 Holly Snyder 1986

Lindsay Hosier (2007-2010)

Laura Harris (2002-2003)

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2012 MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY SOFT BALL

CAREER RECORD HOLDERS (For a full list of career leaders, click here.) BATTING (Must have played in 70-percent of team’s games and averaged 2 at-bats per game) Category No. Player(s) Year(s) Games Played 188 Shaina Briel 2006-09 At-Bats 596 Meghan Sinback 2004-07 Runs Scored 141 Lindsay Hosier 2007-10 Hits 198 Meghan Sinback 2004-07 Extra Base Hits 58 Lindsay Hosier 2007-10 Runs Batted In 100 Sabrina Atkins 1998-01 Doubles 42 Lindsay Hosier 2007-10 Triples 16 Angela Lutz 1990-93 Home Runs 12 Angela Lutz 1990-93 Total Bases 276 Lindsay Hosier 2007-10 276 Meghan Sinback 2004-07 Batting Average .393 Andrea Curwood 2001-02 Slugging Percentage .644 Angela Lutz 1990-93 Walks 81 Shaina Briel 2006-09 Strikeouts 120 Trisha Johnson 2006-09 Stolen Bases 67 Meghan Sinback 2004-07 Sacrifices 39 Erin Hepner 2005-08 FIELDING Category Put-Outs Assists Errors Fielding Percentage

No. Player(s) 1,063 Sabrina Atkins 452 Meghan Sinback 69 Amy Young .992 # (477 PO, 16 A, 4 E) Sue Wordinger

PITCHING (Must have made at least 14 appearances) Category No. Appearances 85 85 Victories 35 Innings Pitched 385.1 Complete Games 55 Saves 4 4 Shutouts 9 Fewest Hits Allowed 79 Most Hits Allowed 462 Fewest Runs Allowed 33 Most Runs Allowed 312 Fewest Earned Runs Allowed 33 Most Earned Runs Allowed 166 Fewest Walks Allowed 26 Most Walks Allowed 132 Strikeouts 302 Winning Percentage .692 (9-4) Earned Run Average 1.24 # - PSAC Record

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Player(s) Emily Flieger Courtney Eckman Emily Flieger Emily Flieger Beth Eshleman Emily Flieger Jess Vonada Emily Flieger Holly Snyder Beth Eshleman Holly Snyder Sarah Lawson Holly Snyder Emily Flieger Holly Snyder Sarah Lawson Laura Harris Holly Snyder Holly Snyder

Year(s) 1998-01 2004-07 1998-01 1984-86

Meghan Sinback (2004-2007)

Year 2006-09 2008-11 2006-09 2006-09 1987-89 2006-09 2005-06 2006-09 1986-87 1987-90 1986-87 1994-97 1986-87 2006-09 1986-87 1994-97 2002-03 1986-87 1984-87 Emily Flieger (2006-2009)


2012 MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY SOFT BALL

ALL-PSAC HONOREES

(For a full list of award winners, click here.)

1986 Stacey Hollinger Kelley Shea Ginny Worthington

C SS 2B

All-PSAC East All-PSAC East All-PSA East

1987 Sue Heckler

OF

All-PSAC East

1990 Lisa Valeri

OF

All-PSAC East

1991 Kandi Ickes

SS

All-PSAC East

1993 Janene Allison Angela Lutz

2B OF

All-PSAC East All-PSAC East

1996 Ashley Fairbrother Stacie Marcelo

DP 1B

All-PSAC East Second Team All-PSAC East Second Team

1998 Sabrina Atkins Audra Landers Janell Smith

1B 3B OF

All-PSAC East Second Team All-PSAC East Second Team All-PSAC East Second Team

1999 Audra Landers

3B

All-PSAC East First Team

2000 Janell Smith

OF

All-PSAC East Second Team

2001 Heather Currie Andrea Curwood

2B OF

All-PSAC East First Team All-PSAC East Second Team

2002 Andrea Curwood Laura Harris

OF P

All-PSAC East Second Team All-PSAC East First Team

Brandi Catherman (2003-2006)

2003 Laura Harris Amy Miller

P 3B

All-PSAC East Second Team All-PSAC East Second Team

Brandi Catherman Meghan Sinback

C UTIL

All-PSAC East Second Team All-PSAC East Second Team

2005 Alexa Ashwell Brandi Catherman

OF C

All-PSAC East Second Team All-PSAC East Second Team

2006 Alexa Ashwell Meghan Sinback

OF 3B

All-PSAC East Second Team All-PSAC East First Team

OF

All-PSAC East Second Team

2004

2007 Alexa Ashwell 2008 Janelle Mrakovich

P/DP

2009 Janelle Mrakovich

DP/UTIL

All-PSAC East Second Team

C SS

All-PSAC East First Team All-PSAC East Second Team

2010 Kelly Fitzgerald Lindsay Hosier

All-PSAC East First Team

2011 Allison Chew OF All-PSAC East First Team Casey Coker 1B All-PSAC East First Team Kelly Fitzgerald C All-PSAC East First Team Davina Kachnovitz SS All-PSAC East First Team Sarah Signore DP/UTIL All-PSAC East Second Team

Janelle Mrakovich (2006-2009)

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