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TAbLE OF CONTENTS Table of CONTENTS

2009 SCHEDULE

Table of Contents/ Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Head Coach Melissa Frost-Fisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Assistant Coaches Karly McCormack & Stormy Hanson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 2009 Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Sara Agnew/Lindsey Gustine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Jenny Swanson/Maggie Swanson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Amanda Wendlinger/Carmen Martinez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Jessica Breeden/Megan Russell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Meagan Gutierrez/Jamie Keltz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Cat Sampson/Abby Bartley/Kaitlyn Bolanowski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Ashley BoxleyBrooke Johnson/Chrissy Stephens/Renae Thomas . . . . . . . .11 2009 Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 2008 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 2008 Recap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-15 2008 NCAA Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-17 2008 GLVC Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-19 GLVC Opponent Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-21 Season leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22-23 Career leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24-25 Year-by-year results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26-29 Year-by-year leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 All-time roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 UIndy administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32-33 Indianapolis/UIndy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Indiana Central Little League . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Great Lakes Valley Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Conference Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Academic All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Hall of Fame/US Directors’ Cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Division II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40

2/20/2009 Delta State (@ Ala.-Huntsville) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10:00am 2/20/2009 Wayne State (@ Ala.-Huntsville) . . . . . . . . . . . .12:00pm 2/21/2009 Columbus State (@ Ala.-Huntsville) . . . . . . . . . . .2:30pm 2/21/2009 Truman State (@ Ala.-Huntsville) . . . . . . . . . . . . .4:30pm 2/22/2009 West Florida (@ Ala.-Huntsville) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:30pm 2/22/2009 Georgia College (@ Ala.-Huntsville) . . . . . . . . . . .3:30pm 2/28/2009 Northwood (@ Ky. Wesleyan) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11:00am 2/28/2009 Alabama-Huntsville (@ Ky. Wesleyan) . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 2/28/2009 Ashland (@ Ky. Wesleyan) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5:00pm 3/1/2009 Saginaw Valley State (@ Ky. Wesleyan) . . . . . . . .9:00am 3/1/2009 Ferris State (@ Ky. Wesleyan) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 3/7/2009 Northwood (@ Rebel Spring Games) . . . . . . . . . .9:00am 3/7/2009 Lake Superior State (@ Rebel Spring Games) . .11:00am 3/8/2009 Minnesota St.-Mankato (@ Rebel Spring Games) . . .3:00pm 3/8/2009 Saginaw Valley State (@ Rebel Spring Games) . .5:00pm 3/9/2009 Wheeling Jesuit (@ Rebel Spring Games) . . . . .11:00am 3/9/2009 Ferris State (@ Rebel Spring Games) . . . . . . . . . .3:00pm 3/11/2009 College of Saint Rose (@ Rebel Spring Games) . .9:00am 3/11/2009 Ashland (@ Rebel Spring Games) . . . . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 3/12/2009 Stonehill (@ Rebel Spring Games) . . . . . . . . . . . .3:00pm 3/12/2009 Tiffin (@ Rebel Spring Games) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5:00pm 3/14/2009 *MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2:00pm 3/15/2009 *MISSOURI S & T (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2:00pm 3/21/2009 *at Lewis (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 3/22/2009 *at Wisconsin-Parkside (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 3/28/2009 *NORTHERN KENTUCKY (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12:00pm 3/29/2009 *BELLARMINE (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12:00pm 4/2/2009 at Urbana (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3:00pm 4/5/2009 *at Quincy (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 4/10/2009 *ROCKHURST (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12:00pm 4/11/2009 *DRURY (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12:00pm 4/16/2009 HILLSDALE (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3:00pm 4/18/2009 *at Saint Joseph’s (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 4/23/2009 at Findlay (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3:00pm 4/25/2009 *at Kentucky Wesleyan (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 4/26/2009 *at Southern Indiana (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:00pm 5/1-3/2009 GLVC Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA 5/8-10/2009 NCAA Regionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA 5/15-16/2009 NCAA Super-Regionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA 5/21-25/2009 NCAA World Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Home games in ALL CAPS All times Eastern * - GLVC game

University INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Indianapolis, Ind. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1902 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,600 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Greyhounds Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Crimson & Grey Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA II Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Beverley J. Pitts Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Sue Willey Faculty Representative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Lawrence Sondhaus Head Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ned Shannon

Team INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Melissa Frost-Fisher Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marshall, 1998 Career Record/School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192-141 (.577), 8th year School Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .122-87 (.584), 5th year Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Karly McCormack, Stormy Hanson Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Indiana Central Little League 2008 record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39-28 2008 GLVC record (finish) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-10 (8th) All-Time record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .523-511-6 (.506), 39 seasons NCAA playoff record/Last Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2/2008 Lettermen Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10/2 Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9/1 Key Losses 1B- Lindsay Maraldo . . . . . .1B starter, fielded .984 with 375 chances in 2008 OF- Kathy Blanchard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Split time in the outfield in 2008 Returners 3- Jamie Keltz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Led in RBI (45), HR (10), 115 total bases 4- Amanda Wendlinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-10 with 2.92 ERA, 99 K’s 6- Lindsey Gustine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Three-year starter, 152 career starts 7- Cat Sampson . . . . . . .Started 65 games at 3B, second on team in RBI (39) 10- Maggie Swanson . . . . .Started 65 games, led team in batting avg. (.342) 15- Jenny Swanson . . . . . . . . . . .Started all 67 games, hit 8 HR, 4 3B, 10 2B 21- Sara Agnew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Led team in doubles (15) 22- Megan Russell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-5, 2.83 ERA, 76 K in 99 IP 23- Meagan Gutierrez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-13, 2.82 ERA, 101 K in 191 IP 36- Jessica Breeden . . .Led in slugging (.537), runs (48), hits (71), HR (10), hit .326

UIndy SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 1400 East Hanna Ave Indianapolis, Ind. 46227 phone: 317-788-3494 fax: 317-788-3472 http://athletics.uindy.edu Mitchell Wigness Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Information *Softball Contact email: mwigness@uindy.edu Ryan Thorpe Assistant Sports Information Director Jackie Paquette Sports Information Assistant

CREDITS The 2009 University of Indianapolis Softball Media Guide is a production of the Greyhound Sports Information Office. The publication was written and compiled by Sports Information Assistant Jackie Paquette, with assistance from Mitchell Wigness, Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Information and Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Thorpe. Photo credits to Malcom Fancher, Brian Drumm.

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HEAD COACH Melissa FROST-FISHER

Head Coach • 5th season • 122-87 record at school Former Marshall University player and assistant coach Melissa Frost-Fisher is in her fifth year as the head softball coach for the University of Indianapolis. Frost-Fisher took over the full-time position from Jackie Nebelsiek in July of 2004. In her short time at UIndy, Frost-Fisher has amassed an 122-87 (.584) record and etched the top two marks for wins in a season (31 in 2006 and 39 in 2008). Her overall NCAA coaching record is 192-141.

FROST-FISHER’S FILE 7th head coach in school’s history Alma Mater Marshall (‘98) Career Record 192-141 (.577) UIndy Record 122-87 (.584)

Head Coaching experience 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 1999 1998 1997

Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach

UIndy UIndy UIndy UIndy Wheeling Jesuit Wheeling Jesuit Wheeling Jesuit Marshall Marshall Marshall

39-28 25-22 31-19 27-18 29-22 28-18 13-14

Record at UIndy Overall W L Pct. 2008 39 28 .582 2007 25 22 .532 2006 31 19 .620 2005 27 18 .600 Totals 122 87 .584

W 16 12 14 11 53

GLVC L Pct. 10 .615 12 .500 6 .700 9 .550 37 .589

Honors *Two highest win totals in program history (31,2006 & 39, 2008) *UIndy career leader in winning pct. (.585) *Qualified for GLVC tourney every year *Team-record 52 HRs in 2008 *Coached GLVC Freshman of the Year in 2006 & 2007 (Booten and Russell) *Coached GLVC Pitcher of the Year in 2006 (Beth Wendlinger)

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The 2008 edition of Frost-Fisher’s softball team set more records, tallying 39 wins, the most in UIndy history, and smashing 52 homeruns, more than doubling the previous record of 25, set in 2007. The squad also bested the 2007-set mark of 195 RBI by collecting 293. The 2008 Greyhounds also earned the program’s first NCAA tournament trip and its first NCAA post-season win. Coach Frost-Fisher's 2007 squad set then-school records for homeruns (25) and runs batted in (195). Over the 2006 and 2007 seasons, the Greyhounds collectively hit 45 homeruns, four more than the team had hit in the previous eight seasons combined. Individually, freshman Megan Russell, one of four AllGreat Lakes Valley Conferecnce performers for Coach Frost-Fisher in 2007, garnered many post-season accolades including GLVC "Freshman of the Year," first team all-conference and first team all-region. The Indianapolis native also became the program's first All-American by earning third team honors from Daktronics. Frost-Fisher’s 2006 team led the conference in team ERA, while amassing 31 wins. Senior Beth Wendlinger was named the GLVC Pitcher of the Year and freshman Lauren Booten earned the league’s top rookie honor. The pair were also named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Great Lakes Region First Team. Her team was a success off the diamond as well, producing a cumulative 3.08 grade point average through the 2005-06 year. Four Greyhounds were named to the All-Academic GLVC team, including four-

time honorees Melone.

Lindsey Mishevich and Danielle

Frost-Fisher was the head coach at NCAA Division II Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.) from 2002-2004, compiling a 70-54 mark. Her 2004 Cardinals were 29-22, finishing third in the 15-team West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Frost-Fisher rebuilt a WJU softball program after 10 years without the sport at the institution. She wasted no time, recruiting 12 freshmen and guiding her first squad to a fourth-place finish in the conference. Frost-Fisher earned a bachelor’s degree in athletic training/health education from Marshall in May of 1998, and a masters degree in athletic administration (3.98 GPA) from MU in December of 1999. She began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant at her alma mater from 1997-99. At Marshall, Frost-Fisher earned ASA All-America and Academic All-America recognition, receiving the Buck Harless “Student-Athlete of the Year” award. A finalist for Marshall’s “Female Athlete of the Year” award, Frost earned Southern Conference “Player of the Week” honors and she was named to AllTournament teams at Florida State, North Carolina, and the Southern Conference Tournament. The Circleville, Ohio native pitched professionally in 1999 for the Akron Racers in the Women’s Professional Softball League.


ASSISTANT COACHES Karly McCORMACK

Assistant Coach • 4th season Assistant Coach Karly McCormack begins her fourth season with the Greyhounds. McCormack played three years at Division I Central Michigan University before transferring to Indiana University for her senior campaign. In 2001, she played all 57 games, starting 56 at first base and leading the team in sacrifices (16). She led the Chippewas to an NCAA Tournament berth in her sophomore season, hitting .318 with seven doubles, two triples and three homeruns, as CMU posted a 39-16 ledger in 2002. For her efforts, McCormack was named first-team All-Mac in 2002 and the MAC tournament co-MVP, hitting three home runs in three games at the tournament, including two two-run homers in the championship game. During her third season with the Chippewas, McCormack hit .394 and led the squad with 23 RBI. After transfering her senior year, McCormack played at Indiana University where she appeared in 62 games, hit .295 and had 31 RBI for the Hoosiers. She graduated from IU with a degree in General Studies.

GREyHOUNDS SEASON-by-SEASON

Stormy HANSON

Assistant Coach • 2nd season Stormy Hanson joins the UIndy staff for her second year, after coming on as an assistant coach last year. In her playing days, Hanson was a catcher for the Indiana University Hoosiers, earning All-Mideast Region honors as a senior. She was also named the Big Ten’s “Player of the Week” during her senior year and earned nods to the all-tournament teams at the University of South Florida Tournament, New Mexico State Invitational and the Charleston Southern Tournament. As a senior at IU, Hanson hit .382 with 12 homeruns, 11 doubles and 17 stolen bases. She posted a slugging percentage of .750, leading the Big Ten and the Hoosiers. Hanson still ranks in the Top 10 at Indiana in single season batting average, homeruns and slugging percentage. Her career numbers can be found in the Top 10 listings for homeruns and doubles. Hanson graduated from IU in May of 2004 with a degree in education.

ALL-TIME UINDy SOFTbALL COACHING RECORDS Coach (Years) W L Melissa Frost-Fisher (2005-)122 87 Sue Willey (1978-98) 327 290 Bill Bright (1985) 13 14 Jackie Nebelsiek (2003-04) 40 46 Joanne Alexander (1969-77)* 42 51 Jody Rogers (1999-01) 51 73 Bob Young (2002) 9 30 *1970 season unavailable

T 0 4 0 0 0 1 1

Pct. .584 .530 .481 .465 .452 .412 .238

Year 1969 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 YRS. 30

Record 5-3 4-3 3-5 9-1 8-6 6-8 1-6 6-9 12-10 8-8 7-10 5-14 4-17 6-14-1 6-16 13-14 14-10 15-11 23-14-1 16-9 24-7 27-9 21-16 27-16-1 24-20 27-17 28-17 13-28-1 20-27 16-20 15-29 20-24-1 9-30-1 26-20 14-26 27-18 31-19 25-22 39-28 RECORD 544-493

Coach Joanne Alexander Joanne Alexander Joanne Alexander Joanne Alexander Joanne Alexander Joanne Alexander Joanne Alexander Joanne Alexander Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Bill Bright Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Sue Willey Jody Rogers (Butera) Jody Rogers (Butera) Jody Rogers (Butera) Bob Young Jackie Nebelsiek Jackie Nebelsiek Melissa Frost-Fisher Melissa Frost-Fisher Melissa Frost-Fisher Melissa Frost-Fisher PERCENTAGE .525 3


2009 ROSTER

...by CLASS Seniors (5)

Sara Agnew Lindsey Gustine Jenny Swanson Maggie Swanson Amanda Wendlinger

Juniors (3)

Jessica Breeden Carmen Martinez Megan Russell

Sophomores (3) Meagan Gutierrez Jamie Keltz Cathyrn Sampson Freshmen (6)

# 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 15 16 21 22 23 28 36

Name Chrissy Stephens Jamie Keltz * Amanda Wendlinger *** Carmen Martinez Lindsey Gustine *** Cathryn Sampson * Kaitlyn Bolanowski Maggie Swanson * Ashley Boxley Renae Thomas Jenny Swanson * Brooke Johnson Sara Agnew * Megan Russell ** Meagan Gutierrez * Abby Bartley Jessica Breeden **

Pos. OF/C INF P/OF INF OF/C INF P OF OF/C OF/2B SS OF/3B 1B P/1B P/1B UTL C/OF

Head Coach: Melissa Frost-Fisher

Ht. 5-6 5-2 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-3 5-8 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-8 5-9 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-10

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

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

Hometown/High school/Previous Indianapolis, Ind./Ben Davis Avon, Ind./Avon Cedar Lake, Ind/Hanover Central Santa Rosa, Calif./Rio Linda/Santa Rosa CC Circleville, Ohio/Circleville Moorpark, Calif./Moorpark Lowell, Ind./Lowell South Bend, Ind./Kankakee CC Camarillo, Calif./Newbury Park Indianapolis, Ind./Southport South Bend, Ind./Kankakee CC Thousand Oaks, Calif./Thousand Oaks Noblesville, Ind./Noblesville/Toledo Indianapolis, Ind./Franklin Central Portage, Ind./Portage Jasper, Ind./Jasper Martinsville, Ind./Martinsville

Assistant Coaches: Karly McCormack, Stormy Hanson

WHAT’S bACK IN 2009 2008 Total Lost Returning

10

4

Hitting Hits Runs Homeruns RBIs Steals Pitching Wins Ks

% Back

517 333 52 293 125

52 46 3 24 12

465 287 49 279 113

90% 86% 94% 95% 90%

39 276

0 0

39 276

100% 100%

Abby Bartley Kaitlyn Bolanowski Ashley Boxley Brooke Johnson Chrissy Stephens Renae Thomas

...by STATE Indiana (12) Agnew, Bartley, Bolanowski, Breeden, Gutierrez, Keltz, Russell, Stephens, J. Swanson, M. Swanson, Thomas, Wendlinger California (4) Boxley, Johnson, Martinez, Sampson Ohio (1) Gustine

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Bolanowski Gustine Gutierrez Wendlinger

BOWL-an-ow-ski gus-TEEN goo-tee-AIR-ez WEND-ling-er


PLAyER PROFILES

2008: Led team in doubles with 15 ... started 66 games in her first season in a UIndy uniform ... hit .281 with five homeruns and 37 runs batted in ... spent time at both first base and as the team’s designated hitter in her 1b - R/R - Sr. Noblesville, Ind./Noblesville/Toledo 66 starts on the year ... one of three Greyhound Academic All-GLVC selections.

SARA AGNEW

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Before UIndy: Saw action in 13 games as a sophomore, making four starts at Toledo ... hit .130 in limited action ... drove-in a pair of runs in 23 ABs ... as a freshman, saw time in 28 ballgames, including 19 starts ... hit .175 with 11 hits ... scored three runs and had a pair of doubles. High School: Played softball, basketball and golf at Noblesville High ... was a First Team All-State Softball selection as a senior ... was a four-year member of the honor roll and was involved in National Honor Society ... majoring in nursing at UIndy.

CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg 2006 (Toledo) .175 2007 (Toledo) .130 2008 .281 TOTAL .246

GP 28 13 66 107

GS 19 4 66 89

AB 63 23 203 289

R 3 0 26 29

H 11 3 57 71

2008 Game Highs Hits 2 (17 times) Runs 2 (4 times) RBI 3 (vs. Southern Ind., 5/1/08) Steals 0

2B 2 0 15 17

3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5

RBI 2 2 37 41

BB 1 0 19 20

SO 12 6 23 41

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

Career Highs (at UIndy) Same 2 (3 times) Same Same

2008: Started in 63 of UIndy’s 67 games, mostly working behind the plate ... had four doubles on the year, hitting .225 ... went 3for-3 with three runs scored in the Greyhounds’ 9-0 win against Quincy Apr. 5 ... scored 22 runs and stole 11 bases on the year ... picked off nine baserunners while catching.

LINDSEy GUSTINE OF/C - R/R - Sr. Circleville, Ohio/Circleville

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2007: Started 41 games, splitting time in the outfield and at shortstop ... saw action at short in 16 games, hitting .239 in 46 at bats when playing that position ... overall, hit .172 with four triples ... had two hits in a game five different times ... drove-in a season-best three runs in the final game of the season against Missouri-Rolla at the league tournament ... went 3-for-7 with four RBI and two runs scored in a pair of games at Catawba (Mar. 3) ... team was 11-4 in games that she tallied at least one hit. 2006: Started 48 games at catcher and outfield in her rookie season ... led the team in runs (29), triples (5) and steals (14) ... had an 11-game hitting streak, a stretch where she hit .415 ... had 11 multi-hit games, including two three-hit games (3/25 and 4/12/06) ... drove-in a career-high four runs in a 13-2 rout of Kentucky Wesleyan (4/15/06) ... successful on her first six steal attempts en route to a team-high 14 stolen bases ... stole two bases and hit a triple in a 5-2 win over Hillsdale (4/23/06) ... drew 14 walks, including six at home (16 games) ... did a good share of extra-base damage at home as well, collecting half in front of the home faithful (3 doubles, 2 triples, 2 homers) ... drove in 10 of her 14 runs at Baumgartner Field ... team was 9-1 when she stole a base ... went 11-for-20 with 9 runs, 8 RBI, 2 doubles, 2 triples and 2 HR during a six-game homestand (Apr. 12-17). High School: Versatile athlete competed in softball, volleyball and track at Circleville High ... earned four varsity letters in volleyball and was the team captain in two of those campaigns ... was the district 300 hurdles winner in track ... a Second Team Mid-State League selection in softCAREER STATISTICS ball as a junior ... named to the first team as a senior and was also a Second Team Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT All-District honoree. 2006 .259 48 48 166 29 43 7 5 2 19 14 27 14-18

2007 2008 TOTAL

.176 .225 .224

41 63 152

41 63 152

2008 Game Highs Hits 3 (vs. Quincy 4/5/08) Runs 3 (vs. Quincy 4/5/08) RBI 2 (2 times) Steals 1 (11 times)

116 138 420

14 33 76

20 31 94

2 4 13

4 0 9

0 0 2

12 12 43

8 12 34

29 23 89

3-5 11-13 28-36

Career Highs 3 (3 times) 3 (2 times) 4 (vs. Ky. Wesleyan, 4/15/06) 2 (4 times) 5


PLAyER PROFILES

2008: Started all 67 games, tied for most on the Greyhound squad ... tied for team lead in triples with four ... led team in walks with 32 free-passes on the year, etching a new SS - R/R - Sr. South bend, Ind./Kankakee CC program record ... broke in to the UIndy season top 10 listings for runs scored, hits, triples, home runs and stolen bases ... ended the year tied for third in the GLVC for walks and fourth in hit by pitches.

JENNy SWANSON

15 2007: Redshirted.

Before UIndy: Played two seasons at Kankakee Community College ... teammates with former Greyhound Colleen Roach in her freshman season ... also played with her sister, Maggie, at KCC ... named a Preseason All-American ... named to the All-Region team ... selected to the All-Tournament team at the 2006 NJCAA National Tournament ... fourth all-time at KCC in career doubles (37) and homers (16) ... fifth all-time in runs scored (102) and runs batted in (97). High School: Earned MVP honors twice as a prep ... an all-district team member.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year 2008 TOTAL

Avg .302 .302

GP 67 67

GS 67 67

AB 205 205

R 44 44

H 62 62

2008 Game Highs Hits 3 (5 times) Runs 3 (3 times) RBI 4 (vs. North Georgia, 2/23/08) Steals 2 (4 times)

2B 10 10

3B HR 4 8 4 8

RBI 32 32

BB 32 32

SO 65 65

SB-ATT 21-22 21-22

Career Highs Same Same Same Same

2008: Started 65 of UIndy’s 67 games in her first season as a Greyhound ... led the squad with a batting average of .342 in 193 plate appearances ... one of three Greyhounds to lead the OF - R/R - Sr. South bend, Ind./Kankakee CC team with four triples ... named to the NCAA Great Lakes Region All-Tournament team for her nine-hit, five-run, .642 hitting performance during UIndy’s four NCAA Tournament games ... ended the season third in hits and fifth in stolen bases in the GLVC ... earned a spot in the UIndy season records for runs scored, hits, triples, home runs, runs batted in and stolen bases.

MAGGIE SWANSON

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Before UIndy: Played two years at KCC, making the All-Region Team in both campaigns. High School: Earned seven varsity letters in softball, volleyball and basketball at South Bend Riley ... was a threetime First Team All-Conference honoree ... named the team's MVP in both her junior and senior seasons.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 TOTAL

Avg .342 .342

GP 65 65

Personal: Majoring in exercise science ... sister, Jenny, is also a Greyhound softball player.

GS 65 65

2008 Game Highs Hits 3 (7 times) Runs 4 (vs. Tiffin, 4/16/08) RBI 4 (2 times) Steals 2 (4 times)

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AB 193 193

R 41 41

H 66 66

2B 6 6

3B HR 4 7 4 7

Career Highs Same Same Same Same

RBI 36 36

BB 15 15

SO 60 60

SB-ATT 23-24 23-24


PLAyER PROFILES

2008: Appeared in 34 games overall, starting 30 ... 26 games started

AMANDA WENDLINGER came in the pitching circle ... struck out 99 batters on the season while posting an ERA of 2.92 with 15 wins on the year ... her 34 career wins P/OF - R/R - Sr. Cedar Lake, Ind./Hanover Central ranks sixth in the Greyhound record books, while her 293 strikeouts over the last three years is fifth in UIndy history ... posted three shutouts on the season to run her career total to five, tied for fourth-best in Greyhound history ... her 15 wins tied for third-most ever in a UIndy season, while she added 155.2 to her career innings pitched total, moving her into fifth all-time with 434.4 ... hit .237 at the plate with three doubles and nine RBI on the season.

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2007: Made 40 starts overall and 20 at pitcher ... recorded 10-10 record with team-leading 2.26 ERA ... added 94 strikeouts to give her 194 and move her into seventh on the UIndy all-time list for Ks ... allowed just two earned runs in her first 29 innings of the season (0.48 ERA) ... picked-up her second career shutout in a 4-0 blanking of West Virginia State (Mar. 4) ... squandered just three hits in seven innings while striking out eight in that win ... came on as a hitter in 2007, notching a .231 batting average with three homers and 23 RBIs ... went 6-for-13 in a four-game hitting streak during the Florida trip (Mar. 10-11) ... had a triple and a dinger with four RBIs in the win over Lake Superior State (Mar. 11) ... enjoyed a career day at the plate vs. Wayne State, belting a pair of homers and driving-in five (Apr. 9) ... had seven different games with multiple runs driven in. 2006: Made 35 starts overall and 22 at pitcher ... compiled a 9-11 record in her freshman season ... threw 14 complete games ... had a 1.63 ERA with 100 Ks as a rookie ... had a 22-game errorless streak heading into 2007 ... drove-in a pair of runs in an 8-0 win over New Haven (3/14/06) ... shutout Marian (4/4/06) to spark four straight wins (Apr. 4- 22) ... six of her 11 losses were by a single run and five came when UIndy was shutout offensively ... had six of her 13 hits at home ... had doubles in back-to-back games in a doubleheader with Southern Indiana (3/18/06) ... struck-out a career-high 10 batters in a loss at Hillsdale (4/23/06) ... allowed just one run in 8.1 innings in the season finale vs. Saint Joseph's in the GLVC tournament ... had a 1.17 earned run average in her final eight outings. High School: Three-sport athlete at Hanover Central ... dubbed Rookie of the Year in basketball ... named all-conference in the 4x4 and 4x1 in track ... an all-conference honoree four years running in softball ... all-region selection three years and named team MVP three times ... twice named to the allstate team ... earned academic honors all four years ... involved in Student Council and National Honor Society.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

Avg .148 .231 .237 .242

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

ERA 1.63 2.26 2.92 2.29

GP 37 41 34 112 W 9 10 15 34

GS 35 40 30 105 L 11 10 10 31

2008 Game Highs Hits 2 (4 times) Runs 2 (2 times) RBI 2 (vs. Limestone, 3/2/08) Steals 1 (3 times)

CARMEN MARTINEZ

AB 88 121 76 285 App 24 24 33 81

R 11 11 11 33 GS 22 20 26 68

H 13 28 18 59

2B 3 4 3 10

3B HR 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 3

CG Sho/Cbo Sv IP 14 1/3 0 146.1 17 1/0 0 133.1 28 3/0 0 155.2 59 5/3 0 434.4

RBI 3 23 9 35

BB 6 9 8 24

SO 28 32 17 77

SB-ATT 2-2 1-1 3-3 6-6

H R ER 132 52 34 128 65 43 158 98 65 418 215 142

BB 32 48 76 156

K 100 94 99 293

Career Highs 2008 Game Highs Career Highs 2 (11 times) IP 8.0 (vs. Bellarmine 4/12/08) 8.1 (vs. SJC, 5/5/06) 2 (5 times) Ks 8 (vs. Saginaw, 3/21/08) 10 (vs. Hillsdale, 4/23/06) 5 (vs. Wayne St., 4/9/07) 1 (5 times)

*Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College ... Will be a junior in 2009 for the Greyhounds

Prior to UIndy: Played her first two years of college softball at Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa, Calif... IF/OF - R/R - Jr. Rio Linda, Calif./Santa Rosa JC hit .327 and .269 during her two seasons at Santa Rosa ... second team All-Big 8 Conference selection as a sophomore.

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High School: Earned seven letters at Rio Linda High School ... four-time letterwinner in softball, three-time letterwinner in volleyball ... three-time all-conference selection on the diamond ... Rio Linda’s Female Athlete of the Year her senior year ... AllMetro selection as a senior ... honorable mention all-area as a senior ... led conference in batting average, hitting .471 as a senior. Personal: Nursing major ... four-year honor roll student at Rio Linda ... National Honor Society member as a prep ... summer ball softball team, the California Sting (Sacramento), won the 2004 Western World Series ... born 9/27/1988. 7


PLAyER PROFILES

2008: Led team in three offensive catagories: runs (48), hits (71) and tied for homeruns (10)... also led team in stolen bases, as she was successful in 29 of her 34 attempts on the year, the second-highest mark in UIndy season history ... slugged .537 to lead the team ... her 10 homeC/OF - R/R - Jr. Martinsville, Ind./Martinsville runs etched a new UIndy single-season record ... now stands at the top of the season hits records with her 71 in 2008 ... her 48 runs scored also set a new single-season mark ... tied for fourth in the season listings for runs batted in ... tied for sixth on the doubles in a season list with 14 ... also moved to the top of the UIndy record books for career homeruns (14) ... stands in eighth place on the career list for runs batted in with 60 during her last two seasons ... played in 66 of the Greyhounds’ 67 contests, starting 63 ... earned first team All-GLVC honors, as well as a spot on the Daktronics All-Region first team. 2007: All-GLVC honorable mention selection after a rookie campaign that saw her hit .300 ... started 40 games ... had 16 extra-base hits, including four homers ... her four round-trippers rank tied for seventh-best for a season in the UIndy record books ... was a perfect 6-for-6 in stolen base attempts ... slugged an impressive .508 ... hit two of her homers in a doubleheader Mar. 3 at Catawba ... started the season on a five-game hitting streak ... notched hits in eight of her first nine games ... went 3-for-4 in her first home game with a pair of runs scored ... had hits in 25 different games ... recorded a dozen multi-hit games ... had three RBI on two different occasions ... had career-best three hits at Southern Indiana (Apr. 29) High School: Collected 12 varsity letters in volleyball, softball and basketball … 2006 IHSAA Miss Softball … all-state perCAREER STATISTICS former in all three Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT sports … played on three state championship teams … senior captain led volley2007 .300 40 40 130 25 39 9 3 4 23 6 23 6-6 2008 .326 66 63 218 48 71 14 1 10 37 22 32 29-34 ball team in kills (399) and to a state title … three-time allTOTAL .316 106 103 348 73 110 23 4 14 60 28 55 35-40 metro in VB … named Hoosier Diamond “Junior of the Year” and second team all-state as a junior softballer … drove in the winning run in both the 2005 and 2006 state champi2008 Game Highs Career Highs onship games … made the Indiana All-Star basketball team Hits 3 (3 times) 3 (5 times) and named to the Indianapolis Star Super Team in senior camRuns 3 (2 times) 3 (3 times) paign … Indianapolis Star 2006 Suburban Female Athlete of RBI 4 (2 times) Same the Year. Steals 3 (vs. Lake Superior St., 3/8/08) Same

JESSICA bREEDEN

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2008: Saw time in about half of the UIndy contests due to injury ... had a career day against Arkansas-Monticello Feb. 15, going 3-5 at the plate with a pair of homeruns, three runs scored and five RBI ... also pitched the contest, striking out 14 and earning the P/1b - R/R - Jr. win in her eight-inning complete-game effort ... made 19 pitching appearances, starting Indianapolis, Ind./Franklin Central 15 games ... posted a record of 10-5 in the circle, giving her 21 wins for her career and moving her in to 10th place on the all-time wins list ... moved into fourth on the all-time homeruns listings, hitting three to give her a career total of 10 in her two years at UIndy ... moved into the career top 10 listings for shutouts, strikeouts and wins ... just outside the career top 10 marks in innings pitched ... moved into the top 10 records in slugging percentage and homeruns and just outside the top 10 in RBI. 2007: Compiled one of the greatest seasons by a Greyhound, earning Daktronics All-America Third Team honors, the first in UIndy history ... named to Daktronics and NFCA All-Great Lakes Region First Teams ... made immediate impact, winning the Great Lakes Valley Conference Freshman of the Year ... started all 47 games, 21 coming as a pitcher ... tied the UIndy single-season record for homers with seven ... drove-in a team-best 38 RBI, most ever by a Greyhound ... her 52 hits ranked sixth in the UIndy annals ... had 21 extra-base hits ... slugged .620 ... hit staggering .520 in 16 home games, including six of her homers and 24 RBI ... hit .391 with runners on base ... team was 21-10 when she had at least one hit ... hit .488 in UIndy's 25 wins (39for 80) ... hit .381 with runners in scoring position and 2 outs ... pounded out a pair of homers and drove in four in a come-from-behind win over MissouriSt. Louis (Apr. 7) ... had three hits in three straight games from Apr. 6-7 ... drove-in a career-high five runs in a win over Northern Kentucky (Apr. 22) ... enjoyed the home venue, compiling 5-1 record from the circle at home ... overall, registered an 11-10 record with 2.97 ERA ... led the team with 142 batters struck out, second-most in a single season at UIndy ... that total already ranks her 10th in the career records at the school ... hurled three shutouts ... had a 6-3 record with 1.58 ERA through March ... had double-digit strikeout totals in five different games, inclduing four straight from Apr. 16-22 ... won first career start, a 12-2 whipping at Pfeiffer (Mar. 3) ... won four of her first five starts ... threw CAREER STATISTICS complete game shutout, notching 10 Ks with just five hits allowed in 6-0 win vs. Bellarmine (Apr. 21) Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT ... had career-high 12 Ks in just six innings at Saint 2007 .356 47 47 146 29 52 9 5 7 38 12 25 1-2 Joseph's (Apr. 19). 2008 .268 32 29 97 11 26 4 0 3 18 3 17 3-3 High School: Named to the ICGSA All-District 3 TOTAL .321 79 76 243 40 78 13 5 10 56 15 42 4-5 squad in her sophomore season with the Franklin Central Flashes ... in her junior season, named to Year ERA W L App GS CG Sho/Cbo Sv IP H R ER BB K the Indianapolis Star All-Marion County Team and 2007 2.97 11 10 23 21 19 3/0 0 148.1 135 76 63 48 142 was an ICGSA All-State Second Team honoree ... 2008 2.83 10 5 19 15 11 0/0 0 99.0 95 59 40 36 76 as a senior, won the Marion County softball Player TOTAL 2.92 21 15 42 36 30 3/0 0 247.1 230 135 103 84 218 of the Year... a pitcher on the 2006 All-Marion County Softball first-team selections ... named to 2008 Game Highs Career Highs 2008 Game Highs Career Highs Hits 3 (2 times) 3 (8 times) IP 8 (vs Ark.-Monticello, 2/15/08) 11.2 (at USI, 4/29/07) The Indianapolis Star's 2006 Softball Super Team ... her 0.24 ERA ranked her third in the Indianapolis Runs 3 (vs Ark.-Monticello, 2/15/08) 3 (2 times) Ks 14 (vs Ark.-Monticello, 2/15/08) Same area ... was 16-6 with 173 K as a senior ... hit .359 RBI 5 (vs Ark.-Monticello, 2/15/08) 5 (2 times) with three dingers. Steals 2 (vs. Henderson St. 2/16/08) Same

MEGAN RUSSELL

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PLAyER PROFILES

2008: Posted a record of 14-13 in 26 starts in the pitching circle as a freshman ... tossed three shutouts in 20 complete game performances ... posted an ERA of 2.82 ... struck out 101 and walked P/1b - R/R - So. 80 ... took the top spot in UIndy history in most appearances with 36 Portage, Ind./Portage on the year ... second in Greyhound history in most innings pitched with 191.1 ... her 20 complete games in a season is tied for third-best in history ... 14 wins is tied for fifth-best season mark ... also makes the season top 10 listings in strikeouts and shutouts ... after just one year, already ranks in the career top 10 listings for lowest opponent batting average and shutouts ... just outside the top 10 lists for career wins, strikeouts, innings pitched and lowest ERA ... hit .239 at the plate with one double, against Tiffin 4/16.

MEAGAN GUTIERREZ

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High School: A four-year letterwinner in softball and one more in basketball at Portage High ... an all-conference honoree in all four seasons ... named MVP of her squad all four years ... earned all-state honorable mention accolades in her frosh and sophomore seasons ... Third Team All-State as a junior and Second Team All-State as a senior ... played in the North/South All-Star game as a senior.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year 2008 TOTAL

Avg .239 .239

Year 2008 TOTAL

ERA 2.82 2.82

GP 23 23

GS 17 17

W 14 14

L 13 13

AB 46 46 App 36 36

2008 Game Highs Hits 2 (2 times) Runs 2 (vs. Upper Iowa, 3/9/08) RBI 2 (vs. Tiffin, 4/16/08) Steals 0

R 4 4 GS 26 26

H 11 11

2B 1 1

3B HR 0 0 0 0

CG Sho/Cbo Sv IP 20 3/0 0 191.1 20 3/0 0 191.1

Career Highs Same Same Same Same

RBI 4 4

BB 3 3

SO 10 10

H R 187 103 187 103

ER 77 77

SB-ATT 0-0 0-0 BB 80 80

K 101 101

2008 Game Highs Career Highs IP 8 (vs. USI, 3/15/08) Same Ks 9 (vs. Upper Iowa 3/9/08) Same

2008: Hit 10 homeruns on the year, tied for the most in a season ever by a Greyhound, putting her in the Top 10 in a career also ... set the top season marks for most at bats (226) and runs batted in (45) ... 2b - R/R - So. has second highest season totals in runs scored (47), total bases Avon, Ind./Avon (115) and hits (67) ... also in the top 10 season rankings in triples, with four in 2008, and stolen bases (21) ... started all 67 UIndy contests on the year, holding down the Greyhound second base position while hitting .296 ... led team in RBI and sacrifice flies ... in top five on squad in virtually all offensive catagories ... went 4-for-5 with three runs scored, a triple, a pair of homeruns and eight RBI against Missouri-St. Louis in the GLVC Tournament quarterfinals ... named to the NCAA Great Lakes Regional All-Tournament team for her 5-for-13 overall, two homerun performance in the four games ... earned the 2B spot on the All-GLVC third team... team's Kelso M. Reid Mental Attitude Award winner.

JAMIE KELTZ

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High School: Earned seven varsity letters at Avon, four in softball and three more in cheerleading ... led the Orioles in hitting in her final three seasons ... was an All-Metro West selection three times ... named All-State Third Teamer as a junior ... earned All-Conference and All-State accolades as a senior ... stole 72 bases in her final three seasons ... hit .491 as a junior ... racked-up 27 steals and a .474 batting average as a senior ... majoring in physical education.

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 TOTAL

Avg .296 .296

GP 67 67

GS 67 67

AB 226 226

2008 Game Highs Hits 4 (vs. Missouri-St. Louis, 5/2/08) Runs 3 (3 times) RBI 8 (vs. Missouri-St. Louis, 5/2/08) Steals 3 (2 times)

R 47 47

H 67 67

2B 10 10

3B HR 4 10 4 10

RBI 45 45

BB 16 16

SO 45 45

SB-ATT 21-21 21-21

Career Highs Same Same Same Same

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PLAyER PROFILES

2008: Started in 65 of UIndy's 67 games ... hit .301 while manning third base on defense ... posted team's second-highest RBI total with 39 on the year ... was also second on the 3b - R/R - So. Moorpark, Calif./Moorpark squad in on-base percentage (.409) ... also in the top five on the team in her rookie campaign in batting average (.301), slugging percentage (.457), runs scored (33), homeruns (6), doubles (9) and walks (25) ... went 3-for-5 with four RBI, a run scored, a double and a homerun against Southern Indiana Mar. 15 ... the homerun against USI was a grandslam in extra innings to give the Hounds a 12-11 win in the game ... also hit a walk-off against then-No.13 SIU-Edwardsville Apr. 6, a two-run shot in the seventh inning to lift UIndy to a 7-6 win.

CAT SAMPSON

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High School: A three-sport athlete, earning seven letters in softball, water polo and golf at Moorpark High ... an AllLeague player twice in softball ... won the golf team's "Rookie of the Year" award ... named "Best Defensive Player" and selected to the All-Conference squad in water polo as a goalie ... also named "Best Defensive Player" two years running in softball ... a scholar athlete nominee ... earned the "Principal's Award" as a prep ... played two summers of club softball in California ... majoring in communication ... born 6/16/1989.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year 2008 TOTAL

Avg .301 .301

GP 65 65

GS 65 65

AB 186 186

R 33 33

2008 Game Highs Hits 3 (3 times) Runs 2 (6 times) RBI 4 (vs. Missouri-St. Louis, 5/2/08) Steals 3 (2 times)

Abby bARTLEy

H 56 56

2B 9 9

3B HR 1 6 1 6

RBI 39 39

BB 25 25

SO 44 44

SB-ATT 2-2 2-2

Career Highs Same Same Same Same

Frost-Fisher on Bartley: Bartley is a good utility player that can help us at multiple positions... we expect her to step up offensively ... with some experience she will be able to help us out a lot.

UTL - R/R - Fr. Jasper, Ind./Jasper

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High School: Three-sport athlete at Jasper (Ind.) High School ... earned seven letters, three in basketball, four in softball ... also played volleyball ... earned team’s golden glove award as a junior ... All-Big 8 Conference selection as a senior ... team MVP senior year ... All-District selection ... earned team’s golden bat award, hitting .424 with 20 runs batted in as a senior ... led team in on base percentage.

Personal: Majoring in Business Administration ... daughter of Kevin and Cathy Bartley ... also played club softball for the Southern Indiana RBI’s and the Indiana Gators ... born 7/12/1989.

KAITLyN bOLANOWSKI P - R/R - Fr. Lowell, Ind./Lowell

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Frost-Fisher on Bolanowski: Kaitlyn will add needed depth to our pitching staff. High School: Earned three letters on the softball diamond at Lowell (Ind.) High School ... team co-MVP as a junior ... all-area and all-LAC conference as a junior ... team co-captain and leadership award winner in her final prep season.

Personal: Majoring in excercise science/pre-physical therapy ... four-year honor roll student at Lowell ... National Honor Society member ... named to honorable mention list Academic All-State ... daughter of Dan and Michele Bolanowski ... also played club softball for the Orland Park Sparks for four years ... club team finished seventh in the nation in 2005 ... born 6/5/1989.


PLAyER PROFILES

ASHLEy bOXLEy

Frost-Fisher on Boxley: Ashley brings great experience behind the plate as a freshman ... we expect her to bring a lot of offense to our lineup as well.

C/OF - R/R - Fr. Camarillo, Calif./Newbury Park High School: Earned six total letters ... two letters each in volleyball and softball at Camarillo High before transfering to Newbury Park for her junior season ... continuted on in softball at Newbury Park, earning two letters ... team MVP her junior season ... hit 11 homeruns as a junior ... earned coach's award as a senior.

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Personal: Majoring in psychology ... honor roll student ... daughter of Jeanne Boxley ... also played club softball for the Scorpions, OC Batbusters and SoCal Pumas ... took seventh at nationals with the 14U Scorpions ... took first at nationals with 16U OC Batbusters ... took 10th at nationals with 18 Gold SoCal Pumas ... born 1/26/1990.

bROOKE JOHNSON

Frost-Fisher on Johnson: Brooke will see playing time and help us out at first and in the outfield... she is also a long-ball hitter.

1b/OF - R/R - Fr. Thousand Oaks, Calif./Thousand Oaks High School: Earned four letters at Thousand Oaks in softball ... was a four-time scholar athlete ... four-year starter ... hit .303 as a junior ... fielded .989 as a senior.

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Personal: Majoring in nursing ... daughter of Ron and Eileen Johnson ... also played club softball for the SoCal Storm from 2003-2006 ... played club for the Pacific Coach Predators from 2006-2008 ... led Predators in batting average in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... born

3/16/1990.

CHRISSy STEPHENS

Frost-Fisher on Stephens: Chrissy will provide much needed depth behind the plate ... will also see time in rightfield.

C/OF - R/R - Fr. Anderson, Ind./Anderson

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High School: Lettered a total of seven times at Anderson High ... earned four letters in softball and three in volleyball ... second team all-conference and second team all-area selection as a freshman ... second team all-conference selection as a sophomore ... first team all-area and first team all-conference selection as a senior ... hit over .400 as a senior.

Personal: Majoring in psychology with a concentration in occupational therapy ... National Honor Society member as a junior and senior ... posted a GPA of 4.2, graduating 13th in her class of more than 250 students ... daughter of Joannie Barnes ... played on the Anderson Storm traveling team from 19982007 ... team was runner up at nationals ... born 1/18/1990.

RENAE THOMAS

Frost-Fisher on Thomas: Renae will provide us with a bat off the bench when we need a new hitter in the lineup.

High School: Earned eight total letters at Southport ... was awarded four letters each in softball and cheerleading ... INF - L/R - Fr. Indianapolis, Ind./Southport earned team's mental attitude award as a junior ... named all-conference and all-county as a senior ... was team's most improved as a senior.

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Personal: Majoring in PTA ... honor roll student at Southport ... daughter of Jill and Earl Thomas ... played with the Indy Vipers from 20022006 ... played with Team Indiana during the summer of 2007 ... born 4/30/1990.

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2009 PREVIEW

The bar is set high for the 2009 UIndy softball squad, with the majority of last year's key players from 2008's record-setting team returning for this spring's campaign. Head coach Melissa Frost-Fisher, heading into her fifth year at the helm of the Greyhounds, is optomistic that this year's team can continue on and add to last year's success. "I am truly excited about this upcoming season," Frost-Fisher said. "Although the strength of our schedule is much tougher than last year, I strongly believe that we will pick up where we left off from our record-breaking season last spring." The Greyhounds are returning almost all of their offense from a year ago, with the squad's returning players accounting for 90 percent of the team’s hits last year, 86 percent of its runs and 95 percent of its runs batted in. All three marks were new season highs for the program. SENIORS Coming off of last year's 39-28 season, UIndy has five seniors returning, all of which were integral to the team's 2008 success. Sara Agnew, a transfer to the program from Toledo, led the team in doubles in 2008, and started 66 games. Lindsey Gustine, the team's everyday catcher from last season, also returns for her senior season. A pair of sister-transfers from Kankakee Community College, Jenny and Maggie Swanson, will also be back in 2009. Jenny started all 67 UIndy contests last season, anchoring the infield at shortstop. She tied for the team lead in triples with four on the year, and also etched a new program mark with 32 walks on the year. Her sister, Maggie, the go-to centerfielder for the Greyhounds, will also be back in the lineup, after enjoying hitting at a .342, team-leading clip in 2008. Pitcher Amanda Wendlinger rounds out the senior class, with many of her career numbers in the circle already ranking her in the top 10 listings of the UIndy record books. She has also seen time in the outfield during her career. "We have a tremendous returning class that has shown great leadership and heart," Frost-Fisher said. "Our expectations are high for this year's squad, with the core of our team returning, it is difficult to expect anything less." JUNIORS A pair of known talents and one newcomer make up the 12

2009 junior class, with Jessica Breeden and Megan Russell returning to the roster, while Carmen Martinez joins the team for the first year. Breeden, the program's all-time career homerun leader, is coming off of a career year in 2008. In addition to her homerun milestone, Breeden also set season marks in hits and runs, as well as leading the team in slugging. Russell returns for her third year as a Greyhound after a sophomore campaign plauged by injury. She came back strong at the end of the 2008 season, tossing 24.2 of UIndy's 27.1 innings of NCAA Tournament play and earning all four decisions. Martinez comes to UIndy after playing her first two seasons at Santa Rosa Junior College in California. Frost-Fisher expects Martinez to provide depth to the middle infield, and also possibly contribute in the outfield this season. SOPHOMORES The sophomore trio of the Greyhounds played a big part in 2008's success. Meagan Gutierrez led the team with a 2.82 ERA last season, and trioed with Wendlinger and Russell in the circle this year, will add to her already top 10 career numbers in 2009. Jamie Keltz, the Greyhound secondbaseman who shared the team lead in homeruns in 2008, will bring her bat back into the lineup after making her mark on almost all the UIndy record listings as a rookie. Cat Sampson rounds out the second-years, returning after hitting .301 a year ago while manning third base. Sampson also made her mark on the offense, posting marks in the top five on the team in virtually all offensive categories. FRESHMEN UIndy welcomes six freshmen to its squad this season. Abby Bartley, Chrissy Stephens and Renae Thomas, all Indiana products, will help out with a host of positions. Kaitlyn Bolanowski, also a Hoosier, will add depth to the pitching staff, while Brooke Johnson and Ashley Boxley will join the Greyhounds from

California. Johnson will provide help to the first base position and in the outfield, while Boxley brings great experience to the team at the catching position. "We have added seven new players to the roster that I know will make a great impact and contribute to our run at the conference title," Frost-Fisher said. SCHEDULE As Frost-Fisher mentioned, the schedule of the Greyhounds is more challanging than it has been in years past. UIndy opens the year at AlabamaHuntsville’s Charger Chillout, where it will face the likes of Delta State, Wayne State, Columbus State, Truman State, West Florida and Georgia College and State. The Greyhounds will then participate in the first GLIAC/GLVC softball Crossover tournament in Owensboro, Ky. Spring Break will again be in Florida for UIndy, at the Rebel Spring Games. The Greyhounds will match up with Northwood, Lake Superior State, Minnesota StateMankato, Saginaw Valley, Wheeling Jesuit, Ferris State, Saint Rose, Ashland, Stonehill and Tiffin during the marathon, five-day event. UIndy jumps right into the GLVC season after returning from Florida, stepping outside conference play for doubleheader matchups with Urbana (Ohio), Hillsdale and Findlay before the year is up. The 2009 GLVC Softball Championships begin May 1 in Peoria, Ill., with the NCAA Regional scheduled just a week later. “Our goal is a conference title, “ FrostFisher said. “We, as a team, want to get back to the regional tournament. After being there last year, we understand and are dedicated to making it happen again.” 2009 GLVC Pre-Season Poll TEAM (First-Place Votes) Total Points 1. Lewis (10) 142 2. Indianapolis (3) 133 3. Missouri S&T 113 4. Southern Indiana 108 5. Missouri-St. Louis 86 6. Quincy 82 Rockhurst 82 8. UW-Parkside 80 9. Northern Kentucky 52 10. Saint Joseph’s 49 11. Drury 46 12. Kentucky Wesleyan 25 13. Bellarmine 16


2008 RESULTS 2008 UNIVERSITy OF INDIANAPOLIS RESULTS RECORD: 39-28

GLVC: 16-10

HOME: 11-6

Game date Opposing team Score r-h-e r-h-e Inns Feb 15, 2008 vs #14 Ala.-Huntsville L, 0-15 0-3-3 15-11-0 5 Feb 15, 2008 vs Arkansas-Monticello W,13-10 13-17-2 10-12-4 (8) Feb 16, 2008 vs Delta State Univ. L, 1-7 1-3-0 7-9-0 7 Feb 16, 2008 vs Henderson State L, 7-11 7-10-2 11-5-0 7 Feb 23, 2008 vs #16 North Georgia L, 4-9 4-9-2 9-7-1 7 Feb 23, 2007 vs West Alabama L, 9-10 9-10-4 10-15-0 7 Feb 24, 2008 vs #20 Wayne State L, 2-4 2-2-2 4-8-2 7 Feb 24, 2008 vs #23 Georgia Coll.& State L, 1-6 1-7-0 6-10-0 7 Feb 29, 2008 vs Indiana (Pa.) W, 9-2 9-5-0 2-3-1 7 Feb 29, 2008 vs East Stroudsburg L, 3-4 3-8-0 4-6-1 7 Mar 01, 2008 vs Catawba L, 3-4 3-7-4 4-7-1 7 Mar 01, 2008 vs Shippensburg L, 3-6 3-4-1 6-8-2 7 Mar 02, 2008 vs Limestone W, 10-2 10-12-1 2-5-1 6 Mar 07, 2008 vs Ohio Valley W, 9-1 9-6-0 1-3-2 5 Mar 08, 2008 vs Saint Rose W, 5-1 5-11-3 1-2-2 7 Mar 08, 2008 vs Lake Superior State W, 9-1 9-9-0 1-3-1 6 Mar 09, 2008 vs Shippensburg W, 3-1 3-8-1 1-5-2 7 Mar 09, 2008 vs Upper Iowa W, 8-1 8-8-0 1-5-1 7 Mar 11, 2008 vs St. Xavier W, 4-0 4-6-1 0-4-1 7 Mar 11, 2008 vs #17 Minnesota State L, 2-12 2-6-3 12-14-0 5 Mar 12, 2008 vs #12 C.W. Post L, 1-2 1-4-5 2-8-0 7 Mar 12, 2008 vs Ferris State W, 7-1 7-9-2 1-2-3 7 Mar 13, 2008 vs Central Missouri W, 3-2 3-5-3 2-4-1 7 Mar 13, 2008 vs #18 Minnesota State L, 4-5 4-5-0 5-9-1 (8) *Mar 15, 2008 SOUTHERN INDIANA L, 3-7 3-9-1 7-11-0 7 *Mar 15, 2008 SOUTHERN INDIANA W, 12-11 12-5-2 11-16-2 (8) *Mar 16, 2008 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN W, 4-2 4-5-1 2-3-0 7 *Mar 16, 2008 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN W, 5-2 5-12-1 2-4-1 7 Mar 21, 2008 SAGINAW VALLEY STATE L, 2-4 2-5-2 4-8-0 7 Mar 21, 2008 SAGINAW VALLEY STATE W, 8-0 8-7-2 0-5-2 5 *Mar 29, 2008 at Rockhurst L, 3-4 3-4-1 4-13-1 7 *Mar 29, 2008 at Rockhurst W, 5-3 5-11-1 3-4-1 7 *Mar 30, 2008 at Drury University W, 7-3 7-16-1 3-3-0 7 *Mar 30, 2008 at Drury University L, 4-5 4-6-1 5-11-1 (8) Apr 02, 2008 FINDLAY W, 7-1 7-10-2 1-6-1 7 Apr 02, 2008 FINDLAY W, 7-0 7-12-1 0-2-4 7 *Apr 05, 2008 QUINCY L, 0-2 0-5-0 2-5-0 7 *Apr 05, 2008 QUINCY W, 9-0 9-11-1 0-2-1 5 *Apr 06, 2008 SIU EDWARDSVILLE W, 8-4 8-12-4 4-6-1 7 *Apr 06, 2008 SIU EDWARDSVILLE W, 7-6 7-10-2 6-12-0 7 *Apr 10, 2008 ST. JOSEPH'S W, 7-0 7-8-0 0-2-2 7 !*Apr 10, 2008 ST. JOSEPH'S L, 0-2 0-2-0 0-4-0 7 *Apr 12, 2008 at Bellarmine Knights W, 3-2 3-4-2 2-7-0 (8) *Apr 12, 2008 at Bellarmine Knights W, 12-0 12-13-1 0-4-1 5 *Apr 13, 2008 at Northern Kentucky L, 3-6 3-8-4 6-10-2 7 *Apr 13, 2008 at Northern Kentucky W, 2-1 2-10-2 1-4-1 7 Apr 16, 2008 at Tiffin University W, 3-2 3-8-0 2-9-0 7 Apr 16, 2008 at Tiffin University W, 13-11 13-14-2 11-14-3 (8) *Apr 19, 2008 #9 LEWIS L, 3-12 3-6-2 12-13-0 5 *Apr 19, 2008 #9 LEWIS L, 3-5 3-5-2 5-4-2 7 *Apr 20, 2008 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE W, 2-1 2-3-1 1-6-0 7 *Apr 20, 2008 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE W, 6-3 6-5-3 3-9-1 7 Apr 24, 2008 at Hillsdale College W, 2-1 2-5-0 1-6-1 7 Apr 24, 2008 at Hillsdale College W, 5-1 5-11-2 1-4-4 7 *Apr 26, 2008 at Missouri S&T W, 4-3 4-6-1 3-5-2 7 *Apr 26, 2008 at Missouri S&T L, 2-3 2-4-1 3-5-1 7 *Apr 27, 2008 at Missouri-St. Louis W, 12-3 12-12-2 3-5-0 6 *Apr 27, 2008 at Missouri-St. Louis L, 0-6 0-2-1 6-9-0 7 %May 01, 2008 vs Southern Indiana W, 5-2 5-3-0 2-3-1 7 %May 01, 2008 vs Wisconsin-Parkside L, 0-1 0-4-3 1-4-3 7 %May 02, 2008 vs #7 Lewis W, 2-1 2-4-0 1-4-0 7 %May 02, 2008 vs Missouri-St. Louis W, 16-6 16-20-3 6-7-4 7 %May 02, 2008 vs Wisconsin-Parkside L, 0-3 0-4-2 3-4-0 7 $May 08, 2008 vs Wayne State L, 0-1 0-5-0 1-5-0 7 $May 08, 2008 vs West Virginia State W, 3-1 3-7-1 1-2-0 7 $May 09, 2008 vs Lewis W, 10-7 10-11-2 7-5-2 7 $May 10, 2008 at #7 SIU Edwardsville L, 4-5 4-9-3 5-10-0 (8) ! = Suspended game (completed 4/23) * = Conference game % = GLVC Tournament

AWAY: 11-6

NEUTRAL: 16-16

Overall GLVC Pitcher of record Attend 0-1-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (L 0-1) 100 1-1-0 0-0-0 Russell, M (W 1-0) 100 1-2-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (L 0-1) 114 1-3-0 0-0-0 Russell, M (L 1-1) 100 1-4-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (L 0-2) 45 1-5-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (L 0-2) 35 1-6-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (L 0-3) 50 1-7-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (L 0-3) 30 2-7-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (W 1-3) 50 2-8-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (L 0-4) 50 2-9-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (L 0-5) 116 2-10-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (L 1-4) 43 3-10-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (W 2-4) 50 4-10-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (W 3-4) 30 5-10-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (W 1-5) 25 6-10-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (W 4-4) 20 7-10-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (W 5-4) 65 8-10-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (W 2-5) 50 9-10-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (W 3-5) 35 9-11-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (L 5-5) 25 9-12-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (L 3-6) 30 10-12-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (W 6-5) 30 11-12-0 0-0-0 Wendlinger A (W 7-5) 30 11-13-0 0-0-0 Gutierrez, M (L 3-7) 25 11-14-0 0-1-0 Wendlinger A (L 7-6) 67 12-14-0 1-1-0 Gutierrez, M (W 4-7) 75 13-14-0 2-1-0 Wendlinger A (W 8-6) 44 14-14-0 3-1-0 Gutierrez, M (W 5-7) 55 14-15-0 3-1-0 Wendlinger A (L 8-7) 45 15-15-0 3-1-0 Gutierrez, M (W 6-7) 50 15-16-0 3-2-0 Wendlinger A (L 8-8) 75 16-16-0 4-2-0 Gutierrez, M (W 7-7) 75 17-16-0 5-2-0 Gutierrez, M (W 8-7) 17-17-0 5-3-0 Gutierrez, M (L 8-8) 32 18-17-0 5-3-0 Gutierrez, M (W 9-8) 45 19-17-0 5-3-0 Wendlinger A (W 9-8) 35 19-18-0 5-4-0 Gutierrez, M (L 9-9) 75 20-18-0 6-4-0 Wendlinger A (W 10-8) 75 21-18-0 7-4-0 Wendlinger A (W 11-8) 65 22-18-0 8-4-0 Wendlinger A (W 12-8) 65 23-18-0 9-4-0 Wendlinger A (W 13-8) 20 23-19-0 9-5-0 Gutierrez, M (L 13-11) 114 24-19-0 10-5-0 Wendlinger A (W 14-8) 65 25-19-0 11-5-0 Gutierrez, M (W 10-9) 55 25-20-0 11-6-0 Wendlinger A (L 14-9) 26-20-0 12-6-0 Gutierrez, M (W 11-9) 66 27-20-0 12-6-0 Gutierrez, M (W 12-9) 75 28-20-0 12-6-0 Russell, M (W 2-1) 85 28-21-0 12-7-0 Gutierrez, M (L 14-10) 51 28-22-0 12-8-0 Russell, M (L 2-2) 53 29-22-0 13-8-0 Gutierrez, M (W 13-9) 38 30-22-0 14-8-0 Russell, M (W 3-2) 42 31-22-0 14-8-0 Russell, M (W 4-2) 87 32-22-0 14-8-0 Gutierrez, M (W 14-11) 65 33-22-0 15-8-0 Russell, M (W 5-2) 75 33-23-0 15-9-0 Gutierrez, M (L 14-12) 75 34-23-0 16-9-0 Russell, M (W 6-2) 89 34-24-0 16-10-0 Wendlinger A (L 14-10) 35-24-0 16-10-0 Russell, M (W 7-2) 75 35-25-0 16-10-0 Gutierrez, M (L 14-13) 85 36-25-0 16-10-0 Russell, M (W 8-2) 73 37-25-0 16-10-0 Wendlinger A (W 15-10) 120 37-26-0 16-10-0 Russell, M (L 8-3) 35 37-27-0 16-10-0 Russell, M (L 8-4) 50 38-27-0 16-10-0 Russell, M (W 9-4) 50 39-27-0 16-10-0 Russell, M (W 10-4) 75 39-28-0 16-10-0 Russell, M (L 10-5) 145 $ = NCAA Great Lakes Regional () extra inning game

Time 2:00 3:00 1:55 2:00 2:15 2:00 1:35 3:00 1:30 2:00 1:54 1:55 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:27 2:00 1:45 1:35 1:45 1:56 2:25 1:34 1:35 1:46 1:21 1:55 1:30 1:30 2 hr 1:53 1:47 1:18 1:21 2:03 1:50 4:00 1:55 1hr 1hr 2:10 1:43 2:00 2:20 1:35 1:45 1:20 1:28 1:32 1:43 1:39 1:28 1:40 1:40 1:20 1:35 1:42 2:40 1:18 1:20 1:55 2:09 2:02

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2008 RECAP

Notes from the 2008 Greyhound softball season: Tourney Bound!: For the first time in school history, the University of Indianapolis secured a berth in the NCAA Division II tournament, taking the No. 5 seed in the Great Lakes Region. The Hounds were one of three GLVC schools invited to the doubleelimination tournament held in Edwardsville, Ill. UIndy Duo Earns A l l - To u r n a m e n t Honors: Freshman second baseman Jamie Keltz and junior outfielder Maggie Swanson were named to the 2008 NCAA Great Lakes Regional Alltournament Team following their performances at the double-elimination championships. The pair helped lead the Hounds to a pair of wins at the tournament, advancing all the way to Saturday’s loser’s-bracket semifinals. Keltz hit two homers in the four games at the Great Lakes Regional, including a solo shot in the first inning of the game versus top-seed SIU Edwardsville. Maggie Swanson led all players with nine hits at the tournament. She hit safely in all four games and scored five runs combined. Overall at the regional, Swanson was a staggering 9-for-14 (.643) with five runs and a homer. Super Sophomore: Jessica Breeden hit 10 homers to give her 14 for her two-year career, already more than any other Greyhound in history. Her last homer set the mark, a huge tworun homer at Tiffin on Apr. 16 to tie the score at 10-apiece. In that game, UIndy trailed 9-0 in the first inning and rallied all the way back for a 13-11 win. Grounding the Flyers: Lewis University ended the 2008 regular season with a sparkling 36-14 record. But, in the postseason a pair of defeats at the hands of UIndy helped send them home early twice in a one week span. UIndy rallied for a 2-1 win in a Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament loser-out game on May 2. Seven days later, UIndy out muscled the Flyers for a 10-7 win at the NCAA Regional 14

to bounce the Flyers from the tournament and give the Hounds their fifth win in the postseason (league, NCAA tourneys). Walk This Way: Cathryn Sampson had a flair for the dramatic, belting a pair of walkoff homers in 2008. Her first was a twoout, bases-loaded smash to give the Hounds a dramatic 12-11 win over Southern Indiana in eight innings on Mar. 15. She later capped a UIndy seventh-inning comeback against then #13-SIU Edwardsville, launching a two-run shot over the left-centerfield fence for a 7-6 win. SIUE, after being swept at Baumgartner Field on Apr. 6, would string together 20 straight wins following the defeats.

season schedule included four nationally-ranked teams and were all played away from the friendly confines of Baumgartner Field. The Hounds used an 8-3 Spring Break trip through Florida as the springboard to a phenomenal season. The team went 3718 following the rough start and made its first NCAA appearance. Fresh Faces: Jamie Keltz became the third straight freshman in as many seasons to put her name atop the season homer record at UIndy. In 2006, Lauren Booten tied the mark at seven, and a year later Megan Russell matched that total. In 2008, Keltz tied with sophomore Jessica Breeden to establish a new single-season mark of 10.

Like a Broken Record: UIndy demolished the school’s record book in 2008, staking claim to 11 new team marks. In addition, eight more individual standards were met or broken during the season.

GREYHOUND HONORS 2008 All-GLVC Jessica Breeden, OF, First Team Jamie Keltz, 2B, Third Team

RECORDS BROKEN IN 2008 TEAM INDIVIDUAL Wins- 39 (was 31) HR- Breeden & Keltz, 10 (was 7) HR- 52 (was 25) At bats- Keltz 226 (was 166) RBI- 293 (was 195) Runs- Breeden, 48 (was 40) Total bases- 782 (was 547) Hits- Breeden, 71 (was 67) Walks- 183 (was 178) RBI- Keltz, 45 (was 38) AB- 1,829 (was 1,385) Total bases- Breeden, 117 (was 107) Runs- 333 (was 244) Walks- J. Swanson, 32 (was 28) Hits- 517 (was 378) Pitch App.- Gutierrez, 36 (Tied) CG- 49 (was 40) IP- 446.0 (was 345.1) NCAA tournaments- 1 (was 0)

Academic All-GLVC Sara Agnew Kathy Blanchard ** Julie Zaitz **

Frost-Fisher wins 100: Head Coach M e l i s s a Frost- Fisher picked-up her 100th career coaching victory at UIndy on Mar. 30 with a 7- 3 win at Drury University. In four years at the helm of the Greyhounds, FrostFisher has compiled an impressive 122-87 (.584) mark at the school, easily the best in the program’s history. She needs just nine more wins to earn her 200th NCAA win (70 wins at Wheeling Jesuit). What a Comeback!: UIndy started the season 2-10, but did not lose sight of the yearend goal. The early-

All-Region, Daktronics Jessica Breeden, OF, First Team Great Lakes Regional All-Tournament Team Jamie Keltz, IF Maggie Swanson, OF

HOUNDS AMONG GLVC LEADERS Name Place Category Jessica Breeden 3rd Runs Scored 1st Hits 1st Total Bases 2nd Stolen Bases Jamie Keltz 2nd Hits 2nd Total Bases 1st Sacrifice Flies Maggie Swanson 3rd Hits 5th Stolen Bases Jenny Swanson T3rd Walks 4th Hit by Pitch Cat Sampson 2nd Hit by Pitch Meagan Gutierrez 4th Innings Pitched 4th Appearances


2008 RECAP UINDy RECORD-bREAKING IN `08 CAMPAIGN The 2008 UIndy softball team put together one of the best seasons in program history, breaking numerous records and making the squad's first-ever trip to the NCAA Division II Tournament. The 2-10 start to the season did nothing to foreshadow what would come, with UIndy turning its act around during its Spring Break trip. The Greyhounds' 8-3 performance during their Florida swing provided a view of how it was to win, and UIndy did not look back. The team finished the season 3718 after the trip, including a four-game run into the NCAA Tournament. While making the program's first trip to the NCAA postseason, the squad also picked up its first NCAA tournament win, a 3-1 decision against West Virginia State May 8. UIndy would go on to defeat GLVC-foe Lewis 10-7 the next day, the second time in the 2008 postseason the Greyhounds sent the Flyers home from a tournament. UIndy also ended Lewis' GLVC tournament run with a 31 defeat of the Flyers May 2. The Greyhounds would too bow out of the postseason early, however, with defending national champion Southern Illinois-

Edwardsville ending UIndy's first ever NCAA Tournament run with a 5-4, eight-inning win May 10. In all, the 2008 edition of Greyhound softball broke 11 team records. Eight more season records were broken by individual performances. As a team, UIndy etched new marks for wins (39), homeruns (52), runs batted in (293), total bases (782), walks (183), at bats (1,829), runs scored (333), hits (517), complete games (49), innings pitched (446.0) and NCAA tournament appearances (1). Sophomore Jessica Breeden made her way to the top of four offensive categories: homeruns (10), runs (48), hits (71) and total bases (117). Freshman Jamie Keltz also belted 10 homeruns, and also set records for at bats (226) and runs batted in (45). Junior Jenny Swanson walked 32 times, a new season mark, and freshman Meagan Gutierrez set a new bar for pitching appearances (36).

Also during the 2008 season, Greyhound head coach Melissa Frost-Fisher picked up her 100th career win, a 7-3 defeat at Drury Mar. 30. The UIndy coach needs just nine wins to reach 200 for her career, and already owns the best winning percentage in program history (.584).

2008 Individual Statistics Record: 39-28 Home: 12-6 Away: 11-6 Neutral: 16-16 GLVC: 16-10 Player 10 Swanson, Maggie 36 Breeden, Jessica 15 Swanson, Jenny 7 Sampson, Cathryn 2 Coles, Endea 3 Keltz, Jamie 21 Agnew, Sara 22 Russell, Megan 23 Gutierrez, Meagan 4 Wendlinger, Amanda 24 Maraldo, Lindsay 6 Gustine, Lindsey 12 Zaitz, Julie 11 Blanchard, Kathy

AVG .342 .326 .302 .301 .300 .296 .281 .268 .239 .237 .235 .225 .194 .063

GP 65 66 67 65 41 67 66 32 23 34 66 63 35 33

GS 65 63 67 65 4 67 66 29 17 30 63 63 29 18

AB 193 218 205 186 10 226 203 97 46 76 153 138 62 16

R 41 48 44 33 20 47 26 11 4 11 9 22 11 6

Totals Opponents........... .

.283 255

67 67

67 67

1829 333 1727 260

H 66 71 62 56 3 67 57 26 11 18 36 31 12 1

2B 6 14 10 9 0 10 15 4 1 3 1 4 2 0

3B 4 1 4 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

HR 7 10 8 6 0 10 5 3 0 0 3 0 0 0

RBI 36 37 32 39 0 45 37 18 4 9 23 12 1 0

TB SLG% 101 .523 117 .537 104 .507 85 .457 3 .300 115 .509 87 .429 39 .402 12 .261 21 .276 46 .301 35 .254 16 .258 1 .063

517 79 440 74

15 7

52 41

293 782 220 651

.428 .377

BB 15 22 32 25 1 16 19 3 3 8 11 12 9 7

HBP 0 1 7 9 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

183 26 192 28

SO 60 32 65 44 6 45 23 17 10 17 21 23 20 7

GDP OB% 1 .386 0 .388 0 .412 0 .409 1 .364 0 .348 3 .344 0 .290 0 .280 0 .310 2 .291 0 .291 0 .306 0 .348

390 7 276 11

.354 .338

SF 2 1 1 0 0 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

SH 4 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 4 4 0

SB ATT 23-24 29-34 21-22 2-2 4-6 21-21 0-0 3-3 0-0 3-3 0-0 11-13 7-7 1-3

PO 96 80 118 53 1 153 81 40 28 15 362 277 16 18

A 9 7 108 75 0 119 52 21 51 56 7 46 2 0

12 19 125-138 1338 553 7 46 54-71 1333 479

E 8 7 23 12 0 16 7 1 4 3 6 12 1 2

FLD% .929 .926 .908 .914 1.000 .944 .950 .984 .952 .959 .984 .964 .947 .900

102 73

.949 .961

LOB - Team (405), Opp (405). DPs turned - Team (24), Opp (12). CI - Team (1), Gustine, L 1. IBB - Team (4), Breeden, J 2, Agnew, Sara 1, Swanson, M 1. Picked off - Sampson, Cat 1.

Player 23 Gutierrez, Meagan 22 Russell, Megan 4 Wendlinger, Amanda Totals Opponents

ERA 2.82 2.83 2.92 2.86 4.08

W 14 10 15 39 28

L 13 5 10 28 39

APP 36 19 33 67 67

GS 26 15 26 67 67

CG 20 11 18 49 37

SHO CBO SV 3/0 0 0/0 0 3/0 0 6/0 0 7/2 5

IP 191.1 99.0 155.2 446.0 444.1

H 187 95 158 440 517

R 103 59 98 260 333

ER 77 40 65 182 259

BB 80 36 76 192 183

SO 101 76 99 276 390

2B 31 12 31 74 79

3B 5 0 2 7 15

HR 12 18 11 41 52

AB 732 379 616 1727 1829

B/Avg .255 .251 .256 .255 .283

WP 8 7 4 19 25

HBP 7 11 10 28 26

BK 0 0 1 1 4

SFA 5 1 1 7 12

SHA 25 12 9 46 19

PB - Team (19), Gustine, L 15, Breeden, J 3, Agnew, Sara 1, Opp (25). Pickoffs - Team (10), Gustine, L 9, Russell, M 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Gustine, L (54-70), Wendlinger A (24-30), Gutierrez, M (15-23), Russell, M (15-18), Breeden, J (0-1).

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2008 NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST TIME EVER

-- Greyhounds headed to NCAA Tournament via No. 5 regional ranking --

After falling in the semi-finals of the Great Lakes Valley Tournament to Wisconsin-Parkside, the fate of whether or not the 2008 Greyhounds’ postseason would continue rested on their Great Lakes Regional ranking. With its No. 5 standing, UIndy made it into its first-ever NCAA Tournament. The Greyhounds made a four-game run into the NCAA Great Lakes Regional, bowing out with an even 2-2 tournament record. After falling to Wayne State in a close first game, UIndy posted its first-ever NCAA tournament win against West Virginia State, and also enjoyed its second postseason win of the year against GLVC-foe Lewis. The Greyhounds’ 2008 season finally came to an end at the hands of 2007 NCAA Division II National Champion Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.

GAME 1: WAyNE STATE 1, UINDy 0

-- Hounds drop 1-0 decision in NCAA opener --

EDWARDSVILLE, Ind.- The University of Indianapolis made its NCAA tour- Wayne State 1, Indianapolis 0 nament debut with a tough 1-0 loss at the hands of Wayne State University ---------------------------------------------------------------------at Cougar Park Thursday afternoon. The Hounds will now drop to the loser's Indianapolis 000 000 0 - 0 5 0 (37-27) bracket of the Great Lakes Regional, facing the loser of top-seed SIU Wayne State 000 100 X - 1 5 0 (34-16) Edwardsville and No. 8 West Virginia State. ---------------------------------------------------------------------The game's first hit came in the bottom of the second on a leadoff knock Pitchers: Indianapolis - Russell, Megan. Wayne State - Molly Yetman. by Robyn Haig. The Hounds got out of the inning, thanks in part to a great Win-Molly Yetman(27-5) Loss-Russell, Megan(8-4) T-1:20 A-50 play by shortstop Jenny Swanson, who ranged to her left and scooped a HR WS - Amanda Van't Wout. grounder headed for centerfield. The junior got a glove on it and flipped to Jamie Keltz for the force out at second to provide the first out. A pair of flyouts followed and the game remained scoreless. UIndy also got the leadoff batter aboard in the top of the next inning as Lindsay Maraldo drew a walk. The inning looked promising when Megan Russell blooped a single to right for runners at first and second with none down. Molly Yetman got out of the jam, getting two popups bookending a strikeout to end the threat. The Hounds mounted another rally in the fourth inning, this time with two outs. Sara Agnew singled then Maggie Swanson followed with a single of her own, advancing on the throw for runners at second and third. Maraldo again walked to load the bases for Russell. Her fly ball to center was corralled to keep the Greyhounds off the board. It only took WSU one batter to take the lead as Amanda Van't Wout hammered a ball over the leftfield fence to stake her team to a 1-0 lead. That lead would stand as the final as Yetman allowed just five hits and struck out a dozen in going the distance. The Hounds stranded eight runners in the game. Maggie Swanson was 2-for-3 in the loss. Russell allowed just five hits, but squandered the lone homer to fall to 8-4 on the season.

GAME 3: UINDy 3, WEST VIRGINIA STATE 1

-- Russell delivers UIndy's first NCAA win --

EDWARDSVILLE, Ind.- The Greyhound softball team etched its first-ever NCAA postseason win with a 31 victory over West Virginia State at the Great Lakes Regional Thursday night. The win was highlighted by a relief effort from Megan Russell, who not only earned the win, but drove-in the winning runs in the fourth inning. WVSU (41-15) struck first, using a pair of walks to help generate the first run. After gaining two free passes, Charli Small blooped an RBI single into right field to give the Yellow Jackets the lead. UIndy (38-27) countered in the top of the next inning. After Sara Agnew singled with one out, Maggie Swanson laid down a perfect bunt single to start a rally. A wild pitch moved both runners into scoring position and Megan Russell cashed them in with a rope to centerfield and a 2-1 Greyhound advantage. The Hounds tacked on another run in the fifth when Jamie Keltz singled, stole second and later scored on Cathryn Sampson RBI single on a line shot to left field. Russell came on in relief of Meagan Gutierrez and picked Indianapolis 3, West Virginia State 1 up the win, moving her record ---------------------------------------------------------------------to 9-4 on the season. She Indianapolis 000 210 0 - 3 7 1 (38-27) only gave up one hit and struck West Virginia State 001 000 0 - 1 2 0 (41-16) out five in 4.1 innings. ---------------------------------------------------------------------The UIndy offense generated Pitchers: Indianapolis - Gutierrez, Meagan; Russell, Megan(3). West seven hits, all coming from difVirginia State ferent hitters. Russell collectD. Humphreys. ed two RBI in addition to the Win-Russell, Megan(9-4) Loss-D. Humphreys T-1:55 A-50 win in the circle. 16


2008 NCAA TOURNAMENT GAME 3: UINDy 10, LEWIS 7

-- Hounds drop Flyers, advance in NCAA tourney --

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill.- For the second time in a week, the University of Indianapolis softball team bounced Lewis University from a tournament. On May 2, it was a 2-1 win at the Great Lakes Valley Conference championships and Friday's 10-7 win eliminated the Flyers from the NCAA Great Lakes Regional. UIndy (39-27) jumped on the board first, getting a single run in the opening inning. Jamie Keltz singled sharply up the middle, then stole second base. Jenny Swanson drove her in on a base knock to the right side as Keltz side-stepped the Lewis catcher to find the plate for the first run. The Hounds scored again in the second inning, sparked by a perfect bunt to start the frame by Maggie Swanson. A pair of groundouts moved her to third base where Amanda Wendlinger cashed her in with a single for a 2-0 Greyhound advantage. In the bottom of the inning, Lewis (38-18) evened the score with just one hit. The Flyers drew a walk to leadoff and added hit-by-pitch with one out. Stephanie Trapp then doubled just past the diving, outstretched glove of Maggie Swanson to cut the Greyhound lead to 2-1. A passed ball scored the second run to retie the score. Keltz made sure the Hounds grabbed the lead again quickly, jumping on a 2-2 pitch and hammering it deep over the leftcenter field fence for a 3-2 advantage in the next half-inning. It was her ninth homer and her team-leading 44th RBI of the year. The game was broken open in the fourth inning as UIndy plated four in the frame. The Hounds batted around and were started once again by a bunt single from Maggie Swanson. An error gave the Greyhounds two runners with nobody out. Megan Russell delivered the first run of the inning with a single through the left side. Jessica Breeden added a run-scoring single and two illegal pitches helped plate two more for a 7-2 Greyhound edge. LU sliced into the Hounds' lead, scoring three unearned tallies in the fifth. Indianapolis continually stepped on the gas, however, not allowing Lewis to mount a comeback. Jenny Swanson's two-run triple in the top of the next inning gave the Hounds some insurance and a 9-5 lead. Maggie Swanson, after dropping down two bunt singles, stroked a solo homer for her third hit of the night and a 10-5 margin. She was 3-for-4 with three runs scored while her sister, Jenny, was 2-for-3 with three RBI. Russell had to shake-off another Lewis rally in the seventh, but threw a complete game five-hitter, allowing three earned runs, striking out four and walking seven. She improved to 10-4 on the season with the victory.

Indianapolis 10, Lewis 7 ---------------------------------------------------------------------Indianapolis 111 402 1 - 10 11 2 (39-27) Lewis 020 030 2 - 7 5 2 (38-18) ---------------------------------------------------------------------Pitchers: Indianapolis - Russell, Megan. Lewis - Castonzo, Carissa; Pickrum, Diana(1); Wingerter, Julie(7). Win-Russell, Megan(10-4) Loss-Pickrum, Diana(9-2) T-2:09 A-75 HR UINDY - Keltz, Jamie (9); Swanson, Maggie (9). HR LEWIS - Dianis, Kelly.

GAME 4: SIUE 5, UINDy 4 (8INN.)

-- Defending champs slip by Hounds, 5-4 --

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill.- The University of Indianapolis softball team had the defending NCAA Division II softball champions on the ropes in their home park, but eventually fell 5-4 in extra innings to drop out of the NCAA tournament Saturday. UIndy led 4-1 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, but SIUE rallied for three in the sixth to tie it and a single run in the eighth to help the Cougars advance. UIndy (39-28) took the early lead on the strength of Jamie Keltz' second homer of the tournament and her 10th of the season for a 1-0 lead in the first inning. Keltz' shot tied her with Jessica Breeden for the school's single-season homer record. After the Cougars tied the game in the second, the Hounds retook the advantage in the fourth with a pair of runs. Maggie Swanson registered her seventh hit of the tournament to get things going and moved to second on a wild pitch. She stole third on ball four to Lindsey Gustine to put runners at the corners. Megan Russell helped her own cause, singling up the middle for a 2-1 lead. A batter later, Amanda Wendlinger drove in Gustine from second and UIndy owned a 3-1 edge. SIUE (48-10) looked to have a rally cooking in the bottom of the inning, but the Hounds defense was spectacular in snuffing it out. After a leadoff double and a walk with none down, a sharp bouncer to Cathryn Sampson helped UIndy get two quick outs as she stepped on third and fired to first for a double play. The next batter singled to right and Breeden recorded the final out by gunning down the runner trying to score from second. In the fifth, Keltz notched a one-out single to left and came all the way around to score on Jenny Swanson's double down the line. That run chased SIUE starter Erika Taylor from the game and brought in Great Lakes Region Pitcher of the Year Kaitlin Colosimo, who had pitched 17 innings a day prior. The tourney-tested Cougars roared back in the sixth inning, tying the score with three runs. The big hit was shortstop Kaeleigh Rousey's two-run double with nobody out to score the first two runs. Russell eventually wriggled free of the jam, but not before the damage was done and SIUE tied the game at 4-apiece heading into the final inning. Russell worked out of trouble in the seventh to send the game to extra innings. In the visitor's half of the eighth, Sara Agnew walked with one down and Maggie Swanson stayed hot with her ninth hit of the weekend for two runners on with one down. Colosimo rared back, however, and struck out the next two batters. A line drive from Lauren Zambruski to start the Cougar eighth appeared headed for trouble until left fielder Wendlinger ranged to her left and made a nice running catch right in front of the warning track. Ashley Price blooped her way on in the next at SIU Edwardsville 5, Indianapolis 4 bat to put a runner at first. ---------------------------------------------------------------------The play that did the Hounds in was a skied popup between home and first that Indianapolis 100 210 00 - 4 9 3 (39-28) fell, but two Greyhound errors on the play gave SIUE runners at the corners with one SIU Edwardsville 010 003 01 - 5 10 0 (48-10) out. Lindsey Longfellow hit a chopper up the middle to deliver the winning run as the ---------------------------------------------------------------------Pitchers: Indianapolis - Russell, Megan. SIU Edwardsville - Taylor, Erika; home team escaped with a 5-4 win. Russell fell to 10-5 on the season with the loss. Maggie Swanson was 3-for-4 Colosimo, Kaitlin(5) Win-Colosimo, Kaitlin(29-6) Loss-Russell, Megan(10-5) T-2:02 A-145 with a run scored in the game and was 9-for-14 (.643) in the four games at the NCAA tournament. Keltz had two hits on the afternoon and scored a pair of runs.

HR UINDY - Keltz, Jamie (10).

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2008 GLVC STATISTICS 2008 GLVC FINAL STANDINGS Team Lewis SIU Edwardsville Missouri S&T Indianapolis Southern Indiana Missouri-St. Louis Quincy Rockhurst UW-Parkside Saint Joseph's Northern Kentucky Drury Kentucky Wesleyan Bellarmine

W 20 19 17 16 14 13 12 12 12 10 9 8 6 6

GLVC L 4 5 9 10 10 13 12 12 12 14 17 18 18 20

Pct. .833 .792 .654 .615 .583 .500 .500 .500 .500 .417 .346 .308 .250 .231

W 38 49 26 39 31 28 28 28 28 20 20 20 12 18

Overall L 18 11 21 28 23 26 18 20 22 25 28 37 30 40

Pct. .679 .817 .553 .582 .574 .519 .609 .583 .560 .444 .417 .351 .286 .310

2008 GLVC TEAM STATISTICS TEAM BATTING SIU Edwardsville Southern IndianA Missouri S&T Drury UIndy Lewis UW-Parkside Northern Kentucky Rockhurst Saint Joseph's Quincy Missouri-St. Louis Kentucky Wesleyan Bellarmine Totals

The Hounds hammered 52 HRs, the most in school history and the most in the GLVC in 2008.

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UIndy led the GLVC in innings pitched with 446 overall.

TEAM PITCHING SIU Edwardsville Rockhurst Saint Joseph's Lewis Missouri-St. Louis Quincy UW-Parkside UIndy Missouri S&T Southern Indiana Northern Kentucky Kentucky Wesleyan Bellarmine Drury Totals TEAM FIELDING SIU Edwardsville Missouri-St. Louis Southern Indiana Lewis Quincy Rockhurst Missouri S&T UW-Parkside Bellarmine Kentucky Wesleyan Northern Kentucky UIndy Saint Joseph's Drury Totals

G 60 54 47 57 67 56 50 48 48 45 46 54 42 58 366 G 60 48 45 56 54 46 50 67 47 54 48 42 58 57 366 G 60 54 54 56 46 48 47 50 58 42 48 67 45 57 366

Avg AB .317 1547 .293 1455 .289 1305 .283 1571 .283 1829 .282 1471 .281 1355 .271 1290 .262 1227 .257 1200 .251 1218 .247 1436 .242 1130 .240 1497 .273 19531 ERA 1.83 1.99 2.15 2.22 2.35 2.38 2.51 2.86 3.03 3.54 3.93 4.17 4.54 5.06 3.04

W 49 28 20 38 27 28 28 39 26 31 20 13 16 20 383

PO 1204 1108 1068 1156 952 970 949 1029 1137 851 957 1338 929 1152 14800

L 11 20 25 18 27 18 22 28 21 23 28 29 40 35 345

R H 320 490 247 427 220 377 278 445 333 517 267 415 207 381 165 350 168 321 152 308 164 306 192 354 128 274 177 360 3018 5325 Sv 1 1 1 5 3 3 4 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 25

IP 401.1 324.1 309.2 385.1 369.1 317.1 343.0 446.0 316.1 356.0 319.0 283.2 379.0 384.1 4934.2

2B 77 68 59 76 79 92 74 59 55 58 47 67 41 64 916 H 338 273 269 305 293 253 306 440 347 381 411 343 515 566 5040

3B 6 14 0 6 15 5 8 4 5 3 4 7 10 4 91

HR BB SO 41 202 200 30 127 232 44 131 239 30 129 285 52 183 390 47 118 224 20 107 236 27 87 239 19 124 166 10 117 215 32 96 190 22 134 296 15 87 223 12 105 284 401 1747 3419

R 129 132 156 143 158 137 172 260 185 211 217 204 304 369 2777

A E Pct DP PB 502 41 .977 13 7 425 46 .971 4 9 355 43 .971 18 20 496 51 .970 19 7 304 51 .961 14 15 479 61 .960 11 7 494 63 .958 12 9 428 65 .957 9 11 449 74 .955 12 15 391 62 .952 5 9 389 69 .951 10 7 553 101 .949 24 19 281 66 .948 11 18 571 99 .946 15 30 6117 892 .959 177 183

ER 105 92 95 122 124 108 123 182 137 180 179 169 246 278 2140

BB 91 88 92 191 150 143 121 193 115 122 104 92 119 173 1794

SBA-ATT 15-24 35-51 42-50 23-39 27-47 33-43 52-64 47-54 75-78 56-66 45-55 54-71 46-57 72-90 622-789

SB-ATT 105-130 21-26 42-52 74-94 125-138 77-86 44-60 39-49 43-55 16-22 85-103 26-36 25-32 27-37 749-920 SO 405 221 350 340 345 397 308 276 185 238 235 146 165 148 3759


2008 GLVC STATISTICS 2008 GLVC INDIVIDUAL LEADERS - ALL GAMES Batting avg 1. Miller, Amanda, UWP . . . . . ..430 2. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . ..422 3. Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . ..409 4. Loete, Sara, USI . . . . . . . . . ..405 5. Locke, Kim, BU . . . . . . . . . . ..389

Hits 1. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . . .71 2. Keltz, Jamie, UINDY . . . . . . . .67 3. Swanson, Maggie, UINDY . . .66 4. Ball, Sadie, DU . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Loete, Sara, USI . . . . . . . . . . . .64

Total bases 1. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . .117 2. Keltz, Jamie, UINDY . . . . . . .115 3. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . . .111 4. Ball, Sadie, DU . . . . . . . . . . .107 5. Ray, Stephanie, DU . . . . . . . .105

Stolen bases 1. Holthus, Christine, UWP . . . . . .30 2. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . . .29 3. Hummel, Kaleena, QU . . . . . . .26 4. Ball, Sadie, DU . . . . . . . . . . . .25 5. Swanson, Maggie, UINDY . . .23

Opposing bat avg 1. Bunzell, Torie, QU . . . . . . . . ..153 2. Lyons, Courtney, LU . . . . . . ..179 3. DeFosset, Allyson, UMSL . . ..180 4. Somogyi, Sara, SJC . . . . . . ..184 5. Dye, Emily, RU . . . . . . . . . . ..195

Slugging pct 1. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . ..755 2. Loete, Sara, USI . . . . . . . . . ..652 3. Ball, Sadie, DU . . . . . . . . . . ..645 4. Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . ..642 5. Miller, Amanda, UWP . . . . . ..641

Runs batted in 1. Loete, Sara, USI . . . . . . . . . . . .54 2. Rousey, Kaeleigh, SIUE . . . . . .48 3. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . . . .47 4. Burnett, Mandi, DU . . . . . . . . .46 5. Keltz, Jamie, UINDY . . . . . . . .45

Walks 1. Mall, Courtney, SIUE . . . . . . . .45 2. Wosiefer, Katie, BU . . . . . . . . .33 3. Swanson, Jenny, UINDY . . . .32 Wieberg, Kandi, MST . . . . . . . .32 5. Price, Ashley, SIUE . . . . . . . . . .30

Total plate appearances 1. Keltz, Jamie, UINDY . . . . . . .251 2. Swanson, Jenny, UINDY . . .245 3. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . .243 4. Mall, Courtney, SIUE . . . . . . .228 5. Ray, Stephanie, DU . . . . . . . .223

Innings pitched 1. Colosimo, Kaitlin, SIUE . . . .234.1 2. Willard, Casey, BU . . . . . . .209.0 3. Shimkus, Meagan, UWP . . .198.2 4. Gutierrez, Meagan, UINDY 191.1 5. Davis, Brittany, DU . . . . . . .184.0

On base pct 1. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . ..500 2. Loete, Sara, USI . . . . . . . . . ..487 3. Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . ..478 4. Mall, Courtney, SIUE . . . . . . ..472 5. Miller, Amanda, UWP . . . . . ..459

Doubles 1. Miller, Amanda, UWP . . . . . . . .20 2. Locke, Kim, BU . . . . . . . . . . . .19 3. Costello, Nicole, SJC . . . . . . . .17 4. Smith, Amanda, NKU . . . . . . . .16 5. 4 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Hit by pitch 1. Lee, Katy, KWC . . . . . . . . . . . .14 2. Sampson, Cathryn, UINDY . . . .9 3. Ray, Stephanie, DU . . . . . . . . . .8 4. Swanson, Jenny, UINDY . . . . .7 5. 2 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

At bats 1. Keltz, Jamie, UINDY . . . . . . .226 2. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . .218 3. Swanson, Jenny, UINDY . . .205 4. Agnew, Sara, UINDY . . . . . .195 5. 2 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193

Batters struck out 1. Bunzell, Torie, QU . . . . . . . . .282 2. Somogyi, Sara, SJC . . . . . . . .280 3. Colosimo, Kaitlin, SIUE . . . . . .259 4. Shimkus, Meagan, UWP . . . .234 5. DeFosset, Allyson, UMSL . . . .217

Runs scored 1. Mall, Courtney, SIUE . . . . . . . .54 2. Ball, Sadie, DU . . . . . . . . . . . .49 3. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . . .48 4. Keltz, Jamie, UINDY . . . . . . . .47 5. Swanson, Jenny, UINDY . . . .44

Triples 1. Wood, Kathy, USI . . . . . . . . . . . .7 2. 6 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Sac bunts 1. Zembruski, Lauren, SIUE . . . . .26 2. Wood, Kathy, USI . . . . . . . . . . .16 3. Castonzo, Carissa, LU . . . . . . .14 4. Beecher, Nicole, SIUE . . . . . . .13 Price, Ashley, SIUE . . . . . . . . . .13

PITCHING Earned run avg 1. Lyons, Courtney, LU . . . . . . .1.27 2. Colosimo, Kaitlin, SIUE . . . . .1.31 3. Bunzell, Torie, QU . . . . . . . . .1.34 4. Dye, Emily, RU . . . . . . . . . . .1.75 5. DeFosset, Allyson, UMSL . . .1.75

Wins 1. Colosimo, Kaitlin, SIUE . . . . . . .30 2. Lyons, Courtney, LU . . . . . . . . .20 3. Bunzell, Torie, QU . . . . . . . . . .16 Shimkus, Meagan, UWP . . . . . .16 DeFosset, Allyson, UMSL . . . . .16

Home runs 1. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . . . .14 2. 7 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

2008 GLVC INDIVIDUAL LEADERS - CONF. ONLy Batting avg 1. Wood, Kathy, USI . . . . . . . . ..440 Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . ..440 3. Loete, Sara, USI . . . . . . . . . ..439 4. Dianis, Kelly, LU . . . . . . . . . ..424 5. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . ..423

Hits 1. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . . .36 2. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . . . .33 Wood, Kathy, USI . . . . . . . . . . .33 Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . . . .33 5. Simmons, Gabrielle, KWC . . . .32

Home runs 1. Paine, Mallory, LU . . . . . . . . . . .9 2. Ball, Sadie, DU . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 3. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . . . . .6 Ray, Stephanie, DU . . . . . . . . . .6 5. Coode, Katybeth, NKU . . . . . . . .5

Stolen bases 1. Holthus, Christine, UWP . . . . . .21 2. Wieberg, Kandi, MST . . . . . . . .15 Hummel, Kaleena, QU . . . . . . .15 4. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . . .12 Zembruski, Lauren, SIUE . . . . .12

Opposing bat avg 1. DeFosset, Allyson, UMSL . . ..163 2. Taylor, Erika, SIUE . . . . . . . . ..172 3. Bunzell, Torie, QU . . . . . . . . ..182 4. Lyons, Courtney, LU . . . . . . ..184 5. Wingerter, Julie, LU . . . . . . ..188

Slugging pct 1. Paine, Mallory, LU . . . . . . . . ..887 2. Dianis, Kelly, LU . . . . . . . . . ..742 3. Ball, Sadie, DU . . . . . . . . . . ..740 4. Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . ..733 5. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . ..679

Runs batted in 1. Rousey, Kaeleigh, SIUE . . . . . .26 2. Loete, Sara, USI . . . . . . . . . . . .25 3. Paine, Mallory, LU . . . . . . . . . .24 Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . . . .24 5. 2 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

Total bases 1. Paine, Mallory, LU . . . . . . . . . .63 2. Ball, Sadie, DU . . . . . . . . . . . .57 3. Ray, Stephanie, DU . . . . . . . . .56 4. Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . . .55 Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . . .55

Total plate appearances 1. Ray, Stephanie, DU . . . . . . . .103 2. Wieberg, Kandi, MST . . . . . . .102 3. West, Stephanie, NKU . . . . . .101 Wilkinson, Rachel, MST . . . . .101 5. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . .100

Innings pitched 1. Ashworth, Haleigh, KWC . . .102.0 Bunzell, Torie, QU . . . . . . . .102.0 3. Shimkus, Meagan, UWP . . .101.0 4. O'Hara, Jen, MST . . . . . . . .100.2 5. DeFosset, Allyson, UMSL . . .98.2

On base pct 1. Loete, Sara, USI . . . . . . . . . ..541 2. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . ..521 3. Dianis, Kelly, LU . . . . . . . . . ..513 4. Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . ..500 5. Paine, Mallory, LU . . . . . . . . ..488

Doubles 1. Locke, Kim, BU . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Tucker, Emily, MST . . . . . . . . . .10 3. 4 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

Walks 1. Wieberg, Kandi, MST . . . . . . . .24 2. Wosiefer, Katie, BU . . . . . . . . .18 3. Mall, Courtney, SIUE . . . . . . . .17 4. Musselman, Kelsey, MST . . . . .16 5. 2 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

At bats 1. West, Stephanie, NKU . . . . . . .92 2. Breeden, Jessica, UINDY . . . .91 Mehr, Anna, BU . . . . . . . . . . . .91 4. Keltz, Jamie, UINDY . . . . . . . .90 5. 2 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89

Batters struck out 1. Bunzell, Torie, QU . . . . . . . . .157 2. Somogyi, Sara, SJC . . . . . . . .124 3. DeFosset, Allyson, UMSL . . . .119 4. Shimkus, Meagan, UWP . . . .112 5. Colosimo, Kaitlin, SIUE . . . . . .106

Sac bunts 1. Helms, Laura, KWC . . . . . . . . .10 2. Wood, Kathy, USI . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Ormond, Sarah, QU . . . . . . . . . .8 4. 3 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

PITCHING Earned run avg 1. DeFosset, Allyson, UMSL . . .1.14 2. Taylor, Erika, SIUE . . . . . . . . .1.19 3. Colosimo, Kaitlin, SIUE . . . . .1.65 4. Pickrum, Diana, LU . . . . . . . .1.72 5. Wingerter, Julie, LU . . . . . . .1.73

Wins 1. Lyons, Courtney, LU . . . . . . . . .11 2. Colosimo, Kaitlin, SIUE . . . . . . .10 3. O'Hara, Jen, MST . . . . . . . . . . .9 4. 4 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

Runs scored 1. Wieberg, Kandi, MST . . . . . . . .25 2. Paine, Mallory, LU . . . . . . . . . .24 3. Holthus, Christine, UWP . . . . . .23 4. 3 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

Triples 1. Wood, Kathy, USI . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Randolph, Olivia, KWC . . . . . . . .3 Simmons, Gabrielle, KWC . . . . . .3 4. 6 tied at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

2008 ALL-GLVC

All-GLVC First Team C – Mallory Paine, Lewis 1B – Kim Locke, Bellarmine 2B – Kandi Wieberg, Missouri S&T 3B – Kelsey Musselman, Missouri S&T SS – Kelly Dianis, Lewis DP – Sara Loete, Southern Indiana UT – Sadie Ball, Drury OF – Emily Tucker, Missouri S&T OF – Kathy Wood, Southern Indiana OF – Jessica Breeden, UIndy P – Kaitlin Colosimo, SIU Edwardsville P - Courtney Lyons, Lewis P – Torie Bunzell, Quincy

All-GLVC Second Team C – Ashley Price, SIU Edwardsville 1B – Mallory Ruggles, SIU Edwardsville 2B – Lindsay Longfellow, SIU Edwardsville 3B – Kristin Eickholt, Southern Indiana SS – Kaeleigh Rousey, SIU Edwardsville DP – April Ehlers, Northern Kentucky UT – Amanda Smith, Northern Kentucky OF – Nicole Beecher, SIU Edwardsville OF – Gabrielle Simmons, Kentucky Wesleyan OF – Amanda Miller, UW-Parkside P – Meagan Shimkus, UW-Parkside P - Emily Dye, Rockhurst P – Sara Somogyi, Saint Joseph’s

All-GLVC Third Team C – Ashley Reed, Saint Joseph’s 1B – Lisa Casey, UW-Parkside 2B – Jamie Keltz, UIndy 3B – Stephanie Ray, Drury SS – Anna Mehr, Bellarmine DP – Stephanie Harmon, Lewis UT – Sarah Ormond, Quincy OF – Megan Riggs, Missouri-St. Louis OF – Chaleen Rumpf, SIU Edwardsville OF – Holly Hilton, Rockhurst P – Erika Taylor, SIU Edwardsville P - Jen O’Hara, Missouri S&T P – Heather Robertson, Rockhurst

Player of the Year: Kelsey Musselman, S&T

Pitcher of the Year: Kaitlin Colosimo, SIUE

Freshman of the Year: Torie Bunzell, Quincy Coach of the Year: George DiMatteo, Lewis

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OPPONENT PROFILES

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bELLARMINE

DRURy

Location: Louisville, Ky. Enrollment: 2, 494 Nickname: Knights Colors: Silver and Scarlet President: Joseph J. McGowen Athletic Dir: Scott Wiegandt Head Coach: Renee Hicks Record at BU: 101-159-2 (5 yrs) Career: 265-339-3 Asst. Coach: Lori Horner 2008 Record: 18-40, 6-20 GLVC (14th) SID: John Spugnardi; Office: (502) 452-8078 Series Record: 26-22

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at DU: Career: Asst. Coach: 2008 Record: SID: Series Record:

KENTUCKy WESLEyAN

LEWIS

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at KWC: Career: 2008 Record: SID: Series Record:

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at LU: Career: Asst. Coach: 2008 Record: SID: Series Record:

Owensboro, Ky. 755 Panthers Purple and White Dr. Cheryl D. King Gary Gallup Miles Mallette 46-81-1 (4 yrs) Same 12-32, 6-18 GLVC (13th) Roy Pickerill; Office: (270) 852-3143 29-15

Springfield, Mo. 1,605 Panthers Scarlet and Gray Todd Parnell Pat Atwell Annie Medico (SWMo. St., ‘02) 20-37 (1 year) Same Kristen Karanzias 20-37, 8-18 GLVC (12th) Scott Puryear; Office: (417) 873-4097 1-1

Romeoville, Ill. 5,200 Flyers Red and White Brother James Gaffney Dan Schumacher George DiMatteo (LU, ‘76) 834-422-6 (26th yr) Same Kerri Watt 38-18, 20-4 GLVC (1st) Matt Brendich; Office: (815) 836-5229 17-51

MISSOURI S & T

MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Chancellor: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at UMR: Career: Asst. Coach 2008 Record: SID: Series Record:

Location: St. Louis, Mo. Enrollment: 16,000 Nickname: Tritons Colors: Red and Gold Chancellor: Thomas F. George Athletic Dir: Interim Lori Flanagan Head Coach: Chuck Sosnowski (Cortland St. ‘90) Record at UMSL: 61-89 (4 yrs) Career: Same Asst. Coaches: Carrie Tanner 2008 Record: 28-26, 13-13 GLVC (T6th) SID: Mary Ann Mitchell; Office: (314) 516-5660 Series Record: 8-19

Rolla, Mo. 5,500 Miners Silver and Gold Dr. John Carney III Mark Mullin Don Kennedy 55-39 (3rd yr) 424-247 (14th yr) Chad Schatz 26-21, 17-9 GLVC (3rd) John Kean; Office: (573) 341-4140 2-4


OPPONENT PROFILES

NORTHERN KENTUCKy

QUINCy

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at NKU: Career: Asst. Coach: 2008 Record: Asst. SID: Series Record:

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at QU: Career: Asst. Coach: 2008 Record: SID: Series Record:

Highland Heights, Ky. 14,000 Norse Gold, Black and White Dr. James C. Votruba Jane Meier Kathy Stewart 338-177 (10 yrs) Same Chip Gregg 20-28, 9-17 GLVC (11th) Mike Anderson; Office: (859) 572-5470 29-24-1

SAINT JOSEPH’S

ROCKHURST Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at RU: Career: Asst. Coach: 2008 Record: SID: Series Record:

Quincy, Ill. 1,250 Lady Hawks Brown, Gold and White Dr. Robert Gervasi Marty Bell Charlene Obert (QU ‘81) 78-56 (3 yrs) Same Tom Obert 28-8, 12-12 GLVC (6th) Brian Lovellette; Office: (217) 228-5475 15-13

Kansas City, Mo. 3,000 Hawks Blue and White Rev. Thomas B. Curran Richard Konzem Galen Struve u/a (5 years) u/a Dana Goss 28-20, 12-12 GLVC (6th) John Dodderidge Office: (816) 501-4850 3-1

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at SJC: Career: 2008 Record: SID: Series Record:

Rensselaer, Ind. 1,030 Pumas Cardinal and Purple Dr. Ernest J. Mills III Bill Massoels Frank Wilkins 176-201-1 Same 20-25, 10-14 GLVC (10th) Ken Badylak; Office: (219) 866-6141 35-18-1

SOUTHERN INDIANA

WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at USI: Career: Asst. Coach: 2008 Record: Asst. SID: Series Record:

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Chancellor: Athletic Dir: Head Coach: Record at UWP: Career: 2007 Record: SID: Series Record:

Evansville, Ind. 10,025 Screaming Eagles Red, White and Blue Dr. H. Ray Hoops Jon Mark Hall Sue Kunkle (California, ‘94) 215-145-1 (7 yrs) Same Jessica Huff 31-23, 14-10 GLVC (5th) Dan McDonnell Office: (812) 465-1121 20-24-1

Kenosha, Wis. 5,000 Rangers Green, Black and White John P. Keating Interim Tamie Falk-Day Laura Fillipp 187-157 (7 years) u/a 28-22, 12-12 GLVC (T6th) Steve Kratochvil; Office: (262) 595-2045 2, UIndy

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SEASON RECORDS Batting avg. (minimum 50 AB) 1. .470 Lila Grant (31-66) 1978 2. .463 Barb Stutz (25-54) 1975 3. .462 Lila Grant (24-52) 1977 4. .448 Shady (26-58) 1974 5. .444 Deb Sweet (36-81) 1978 6. .443 Amy Strieter (66-149)1995 7. .438 Dena Slisher (32-73) 1978 8. .433 Barb Stutz (26-60) 1974 9. .429 Barb Camden (24-56) 1974 10. .423 Jean Shilt (22-52) 1977

Jessica Breeden etched new season marks for homeruns (10), hits (71) and runs scored (48) in 2008.

Ashley Vachon stole 21 bases in 2003, then stole 20 more in the 2005 campaign.

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Slugging pct. (minimum 50 AB) 1. .873 Sue Willey (55 AB) 2. .769 Lila Grant (52 AB) 3. .667 Barb Stutz (60 AB) 4. .655 Kathy Miller (87 AB) 5. .652 Lauren Booten (164 AB) 6. .638 Colleen Roach (149 AB) 7. .636 Lila Grant (66 AB) 8. .630 Megan Russell (146 AB) 9. .630 Deb Sweet (81 AB) 10. .614 Tracy Maddix (83 AB) On base pct. (minimum 50 AB) 1. .558 Deb Sweet (81 AB) 2. .557 Lila Grant (66 AB) 3. .520 Darlene Wendeln (77 AB) 4. .516 Barb Stutz (54 AB) .516 Lila Grant (52 AB) 6. .514 Jane Fulton (85 AB) 7. .500 Susan Kuntz (50 AB) .500 Jean Shilt (52 AB) 9. .495 Kathy Knoop (80 AB) 10. .494 Dena Slisher (73 AB) Runs scored 1. 48 2. 47 3. 44 4. 41 5. 40 6. 39 7. 38 8. 35 35 35

Jessica Breeden Jamie Keltz Jenny Swanson Maggie Swanson Amy Strieter Deb Sweet Amy Strieter Cat Sampson Cindy Simko Terri Kleine

Hits 1. 71 2. 67 67 4. 66 66 6. 62 7. 61 8. 57 57 10. 56

Jessica Breeden Jamie Keltz Lauren Booten Maggie Swanson Amy Strieter Jenny Swanson Amy Strieter Sara Agnew Colleen Roach Cat Sampson

1975 1977 1974 1990 2006 2006 1978 2007 1978 1997

1978 1978 1978 1975 1977 1978 1985 1977 1978 1978

2008 2008 2008 2008 1995 1978 1996 2008 1991 1976

2008 2008 2006 2008 1995 2008 1996 2008 2007 2008

Doubles 1. 18 2. 15 15 15 15 6. 14 14 8. 12 12 10. 11 11 11

Amy Strieter Sara Agnew Colleen Roach Lauren Booten Heidi Lawrence Jessica Breeden Lindsey Mishevich Colleen Roach Taunya Linton Tracy Maddix Jessi Matlock Beth Wendlinger

1995 2008 2006 2006 1986 2008 2006 2007 1995 2000 2001 2006

Triples 1. 10 2. 5 5 5 5 6. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Linda Kunkler Megan Russell Cindy Simko Heidi Lawrence Lindsey Gustine Brandi Grubb Lindsey Mishevich Sue Willey Heidi Lawrence Sheri Ulm Julie Joseforsky Amy Strieter

1988 2007 1990 1988 2006 2005 2005

1988 1994

Home runs 1. 10 Jessica Breeden 10 Jamie Keltz 3. 8 Jenny Swanson 4. 7 Maggie Swanson 7 Megan Russell 7 Lauren Booten 7 Tracy Maddix 8. 6 Cat Sampson 6 Lauren Booten 6 Colleen Roach 6 Amy Heath

2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2006 2000 2008 2007 2006 1994

1975 1987 1988

Runs batted in 1. 45 Jamie Keltz 2. 39 Cat Sampson 3. 38 Megan Russell 4. 37 Sara Agnew 37 Jessica Breeden 37 Lauren Booten 7. 36 Maggie Swanson 8. 35 Tracy Maddix 9. 32 Jenny Swanson 10. 30 Taunya Linton 30 Jessica Conant 30 Colleen Roach Stolen bases 1. 37 2. 29 3. 26 26 5. 24 6. 23 23 8. 22 9. 21 21

Amy Strieter Jessica Breeden Lila Grant Sue Willey Lou Ann Stutler Maggie Swanson Barb Stutz Jane Fulton Jamie Keltz Ashley Vachon

2008 2008 2007 2008 2008 2006 2008 2000 2008 1995 2005 2006 1996 2008 1976 1974 1983 2008 1975 1975 2008 2003


SEASON RECORDS Earned run avg. (minimum 25 IP) 1. 0.72 Tasha Lewis (58.2 IP) 2. 0.85 Beth Wendlinger (172.0 IP) 3. 0.88 Beth Wendlinger (159.1 IP) 4. 1.08 Cherie Bernath (91.0 IP) 5. 1.13 Beth Wendlinger (143.0 IP) 6. 1.15 Beth Wendlinger (194.0 IP) 7. 1.18 Candy Rathjen (88.2 IP) 8. 1.20 Tricia Neely (128.0 IP) 9. 1.29 Candy Kendrick (87.0 IP) 10. 1.30 Tasha Lewis (151.0 IP)

1993 2005 2004 1990 2003 2006 1989 1990 1991 1996

Opp. batting avg. (min. 25 IP) 1. .166 Beth Wendlinger (194.0 IP) 2. .172 Beth Wendlinger (143.0 IP) 3. .181 Beth Wendlinger (172.0 IP) 4. .194 Tasha Lewis (134.1 IP) 5. .196 Renee Walsh (118.2 IP) 6. .202 Renee Walsh (68.2 IP) 7. .216 Beth Wendlinger (159.1 IP) 8. .223 Natalie Walker (67.1 IP) 9. .224 Jessi Matlock (65.1 IP) 10..231 Megan Russell (148.1 IP)

2006 2003 2005 1995 2001 1999 2004 2004 2001 2007

Wins 1. 22 2. 17 3. 15 15 5. 14 14 7. 13 13 13 13

2006 2005 2008 1996 2008 1995 1990 1999 1988 2003

Saves 1. 6 6 3. 4 4. 3 3 3 7. 2 2 2 2

Beth Wendlinger Beth Wendlinger Amanda Wendlinger Tasha Lewis Meagan Gutierrez Tasha Lewis Tricia Neely Kelly Wilson Cherie Bernath Beth Wendlinger

Renee Walsh Renee Walsh Beth Wendlinger Jill Fincher Renee Walsh Mindy Haskett Hope Lykins Kelly Wilson Candy Rathjen Kristy Sheets

(22-8) (17-10) (15-10) (15-8) (14-13) (14-7) (13-4) (13-18) (13-3) (13-8)

1999 1998 2005 2001 2001 1995 2001 1998 1987 2001

Shutouts 1. 9 2. 6 6 6 5. 5 6. 3 3 3 3 10. 2 2 2 2

Beth Wendlinger Tasha Lewis Beth Wendlinger Beth Wendlinger Beth Wendlinger Megan Russell Megan Hall Amanda Wendlinger Meagan Gutierrez Renee Walsh Kelly Wilson Renee Walsh Stephanie Bogumil

Innings pitched 1. 194.0 Beth Wendlinger 2. 191.1 Meagan Gutierrez 3. 172.0 Beth Wendlinger 4. 163.2 Kelly Wilson 5. 159.1 Beth Wendlinger 6. 158.1 Kelly Wilson 7. 155.2 Amanda Wendlinger 8. 151.0 Tasha Lewis 9. 148.1 Megan Russell 10. 146.1 Amanda Wendlinger Strikeouts 1. 202 2. 155 3. 142 4. 130 5. 123 6. 120 7. 111 8. 106 9. 104 10. 101

Beth Wendlinger Beth Wendlinger Megan Russell Tasha Lewis Renee Walsh Beth Wendlinger Beth Wendlinger Tricia Neely Candy Rathjen Meagan Gutierrez

2006 1996 2005 2003 2004 2007 2005 2008 2008 1998 1997 2001 1997

2006 2008 2005 1999 2004 2000 2008 1996 2007 2006

Beth Wendlinger amassed a school-record 202 strikeouts in her senior season (2006).

2006 2003 2007 1996 2001 2005 2004 1990 1988 2008

Megan Hall fired three shutouts in her junior season (2005).

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CAREER RECORDS Batting avg. (minimum 100 AB) 1. .525 2. .513 3. .470 4. .437 5. .426 6. .404 7. .395 8. .391 9. .386 10..386

Sue Willey Lila Grant Carol Siegmann Barb Stutz Kathy Strahm Dena Slisher Deb Sweet Maureen Tibbetts Taunya Linton Jane Fulton

(93-177) (77-150) (47-100) (83-190) (63-148) (46-114) (58-147) (61-156) (139-360) (86-223)

Doubles 1972-75 1976-78 1969-71 1972-75 1978-80 1978-80 1978-80 1972-75 1992-95 1975-78

Slugging pct. (minimum 100 AB) 1. .927 2. .787 3. .700 4. .642 5. .587 6. .577 7. .563 8. .544 9. .539 10..532

Sue Willey Lila Grant Carol Siegmann Barb Stutz Kendra Earley Lauren Booten Colleen Roach Deb Sweet Megan Russell Maureen Tibbetts

(177 AB) (150 AB) (100 AB) (190 AB) (104 AB) (307 AB) (302 AB) (147 AB) (243 AB) (156 AB)

1972-75 1976-78 1969-71 1972-75 1971-73 2006-07 2006-07 1978-80 20071972-75

On base pct. (minimum 100 AB) Colleen Roach whacked 27 doubles in just two seasons at UIndy (2006-07) and is seventhh on the all-time slugging list (.563).

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

.589 .558 .553 .526 .493 .483 .459 .458 .454 .446

Lila Grant Sue Willey Darlene Wendeln Carol Siegmann Jane Fulton Deb Sweet Barb Stutz Cindy Sare Dena Slisher Barb Camden

(150 AB) (177 AB) (190 AB) (100 AB) (223 AB) (147 AB) (190 AB) (233 AB) (114 AB) (153 AB)

Runs scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

118 99 92 90 87 85 83 80 79 76

Amy Strieter Cindy Simko Cindy Sare Kelly Gamble Brenda Nicholson Renea Houston Darlene Wendeln Jane Fulton Heidi Lawrence Julie Joseforsky

1993-96 1988-91 1976-79 1998-01 1991-94 1995-98 1975-78 1975-78 1986-89 1988-91

Hits

Lindsey Mishevich appears on the career doubles, triples and RBI lists at UIndy.

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

200 148 146 143 139 135 134 128 127 127

Amy Strieter Kelly Gamble Renea Houston Tracy Maddix Taunya Linton Cindy Simko Shannon Miggenburg Shannon Black Julie Joseforsky Amy Heath

1993-96 1998-01 1995-98 1997-00 1992-95 1988-91 1994-97 1989-92 1988-91 1993-96

1976-78 1972-75 1975-78 1969-71 1975-78 1978-80 1972-75 1976-79 1978-80 1971-74

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

40 34 34 31 27 27 7. 26 8. 25 9. 24 24 24 24

Amy Strieter Tracy Maddix Heidi Lawrence Lindsey Mishevich Colleen Roach Amy Heath Lynne Suroviak Julie Joseforsky Lauren Booten Kathy Miller Sue Willey Renea Houston

1993-96 1997-00 1986-89 2003-06 2006-07 1993-96 1990-93 1988-91 2006-07 1989-92 1972-75 1995-98

Triples 1. 13 13 3. 11 4. 9 9 9 7. 8 8. 7 7 10. 6 6 6 6

Heidi Lawrence Sue Willey Linda Kunkler Lindsey Gustine Lindsey Mishevich Kelly Gamble Cindy Simko Renea Houston Shannon Black Maureen Tibbetts Jenny Imel Sheri Ulm Amy Strieter

1986-89 1972-75 1987-89 2006-07 2003-06 1998-01 1988-91 1995-98 1989-92 1972-75 1985-88 1986-88 1993-96

Home runs 1. 2. 3. 4.

14 13 12 10 10 10 7. 8 8 8 10. 7 7

Jessica Breeden Lauren Booten Tracy Maddix Jamie Keltz Megan Russell Amy Heath Jenny Swanson Colleen Roach Barb Stutz Maggie Swanson Sue Willey

20072006-07 1997-00 200820071993-96 20082006-07 1972-75 20081972-75

Runs batted in 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

92 85 75 70 65 64 62 60 58 58

Tracy Maddix Julie Joseforsky Heidi Lawrence Lindsey Mishevich Lila Grant Kelly Gamble Lauren Booten Jessica Breeden Kathy Miller Colleen Roach

1997-00 1988-91 1986-89 2003-06 1976-78 1998-01 2006-07 20071989-92 2006-07

Stolen bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

70 63 53 51 48 46 42 40 40 10. 39

Amy Strieter Sue Willey Barb Camden Lila Grant Ashley Vachon Jane Fulton Shannon Miggenburg Renea Houston Barb Stutz Kelly Gamble

1993-96 1972-75 1971-74 1976-78 2002-03, 05 1975-78 1994-97 1995-98 1972-75 1998-01


CAREER RECORDS

Earned run avg. (minimum 50 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.01 1.29 1.49 1.59 1.60 1.68 2.01 2.13 2.28 2.28

Beth Wendlinger Candy Kendrick Tasha Lewis Tricia Neely Candy Rathjen Cherie Bernath Leslie Degenhart Renee Walsh Amanda Wendlinger Jessi Matlock

(668.1 IP) (87.0 IP) (447.1 IP) (440.2 IP) (337.1 IP) (354.2 IP) (94.0 IP) (285.2 IP) (435.1 IP) (224.1 IP)

Shutouts 2003-06 1991 1993-96 1990-93 1987-89 1988-91 1986 1998-01 20062001-03

1. 2. 3. 4.

26 9 7 5 5 6. 4 7. 3 3 3 10. 2 2

Beth Wendlinger 2003-06 Tasha Lewis 1993-96 Kelly Wilson 1997-00 Amanda Wendlinger 2006Stephanie Bogumil 1994-97 Renee Walsh 1998-99,01 Meagan Gutierez 2008Megan Russell 2007Megan Hall 2003-06 Jessi Matlock 2001-03 Hope Lykins 2000-03

(668.1 IP) (247.1 IP) (224.1 IP) (435.1 IP) (92.1 IP) (191.1 IP) (130.2 IP) (143.2 IP) (136.2 IP) (153.1 IP)

2003-06 20072001-03 20062003-06 20082001-02 2004-06 2000-03 2000-03

Innings pitched

Beth Wendlinger (62-38) Tasha Lewis (45-22) Tricia Neely (44-22) Cherie Bernath (36-13) Kelly Wilson (36-55) Amanda Wendlinger (19-21) Candy Rathjen (26-21) Mindy Haskett (25-29) Stephanie Bogumil (22-24) Megan Russell (21-15)

2003-06 1993-96 1990-93 1988-91 1997-00 20061987-89 1992-95 1994-97 2007-

Opp. batting avg. (min. 50 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.183 .239 .235 .246 .247 .255 .264 .265 .293 .330

Beth Wendlinger Megan Russell Jessi Matlock Amanda Wendlinger Natalie Walker Meagan Gutierez Jill Fincher Megan Hall Hope Lykins Kristy Sheets

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

668.1 555.1 447.1 440.2 435.1 354.2 337.1 323.0 303.1 285.2

Beth Wendlinger Kelly Wilson Tasha Lewis Tricia Neely Amanda Wendlinger Cherie Bernath Candy Rathjen Stephanie Bogumil Mindy Haskett Renee Walsh

2003-06 1997-00 1993-96 1990-93 20061988-91 1987-89 1994-97 1992-95 1998-01

Beth Wendlinger Tasha Lewis Kelly Wilson Walsh, Renee Amanda Wendlinger Tricia Neely Candy Rathjen Megan Russell Stephanie Bogumil Mindy Haskett

2003-06 1993-96 1997-00 1998-01 20061990-93 1987-89 20071994-97 1992-95

Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

62 45 44 36 36 34 26 25 22 21

Strikeouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

588 334 303 298 293 280 234 218 179 166

Amanda Wendlinger put up 100 Ks in her freshman season (2006), and has climbed up to fifth on the all-time list with 293 in her three years at UIndy.

Saves 1. 15 2. 6 3. 4 4 4 6. 3 3 3 3 10. 2 2

Renee Walsh Beth Wendlinger Kristy Sheets Hope Lykins Tasha Lewis Mindy Haskett Kelly Wilson Christy Cothron Jill Fincher Candy Rathjen Natalie Walker

1998-01 2003-06 2000-03 2000-03 1993-96 1992-95 1997-00 1993-96 2001-02 1987-89 2003-06

Beth Wendlinger owns nearly every pitching record at UIndy, including a whopping 588 strikeouts.

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yEAR-by-yEAR RESULTS

1969 (4-3) Indiana Purdue Indiana State Ball State Hanover St. Benedict Purdue

L L L W W W W

2-18 8-11 1-8 12-11 14-4 12-10 18-16

1970 (Game-by-game not available) 1971 (4-3) Hanover Franklin Vincennes Franklin Indiana State Purdue Indiana

W 3-2 W 2-1 L 3-10 W 5-2 L 6-14 W 4-3 L 7-17

1972 (3-5) Franklin Franklin Indiana Indiana State Manchester Vincennes Hanover Hanover

L L L L L W W W

2-18 6-18 2-30 6-19 14-17 14-13 25-15 19-8

1973 (9-1) A 10 MANCHESTER A 24 at Franklin A 26 VINCENNES A 28 HANOVER A 28 HANOVER M1 at Indiana State M3 FRANKLIN M5 at Indiana M 11 at Manchester M 12 at Grace

W W W W W L W W W W

8-5 10-6 13-5 22-1 39-2 5-7 22-7 12-7 22-1 12-1

1974 (8-6) Earlham Indiana State Johnson City Milligen Johnson City Purdue Grace Manchester Taylor Franklin Indiana Evansville Evansville Franklin

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

15-12 4-35 3-7 13-4 6-0 8-13 10-8 10-12 15-10 13-5 5-14 12-13 21-12 15-5

1975 (8-6) A7 at IPFW A8 INDIANA A8 INDIANA A 10 ST. MARY WOODS A 22 at Franklin A 25 at Grace A 25 at Grace A 26 vs. Taylor A 26 at Manchester A 29 at Earlham M1 FRANKLIN M2 PURDUE M3 EVANSVILLE M3 EVANSVILLE

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

40-23 9-10 10-9 18-2 12-6 15-12 7-3 3-6 11-5 7-12 8-5 2-27 5-14 13-17

1976 (1-15) St. Mary’s Woods W 19-6 Franklin L 13-28 Evansville L 13-30

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Danville JC Purdue-Calumet Indiana Indiana Grace Grace Manchester Taylor Purdue Franklin IUPUI Franklin IUPUI

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

1-11 12-14 1-31 4-14 4-11 8-12 6-30 4-14 7-27 1-25 13-27 10-19 21-24

1977 (6-11-1) Anderson Hanover Evansville IUPUI IUPUI Marian Indiana St. Mary’s Woods Taylor Taylor Oakland City Franklin IUPUI StMary Notre Dame StMary Notre Dame Grace Franklin Taylor

W W L L T L L W L L W L L W L W L L

14-13 19-2 15-16 17-18 2-2 2-5 2-11 24-3 3-5 7-16 4-3 12-19 33-34 8-7 5-7 12-2 4-5 6-10

1978 (12-10) Oakland City Evansville Anderson Marian Purdue-Calumet IUPUI Marian Marian Taylor Taylor Franklin Ball State Grace IUPUI Franklin Franklin Butler Butler IUPUI Purdue-Calumet Grace Purdue-Calumet

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

22-6 20-3 9-4 8-22 9-5 8-4 13-12 4-5 7-10 8-4 11-16 5-14 18-0 28-13 5-15 6-16 17-1 10-11 22-7 5-6 5-4 2-8

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

26-1 13-2 16-6 2-7 2-1 2-9 10-9 3-9 4-1 2-9 3-13 1-14 13-6 15-5

1979 (8-8) Marian Marion Evansville St. Mary’s IUPUI IUPUI Oakland IUPUI IUPUI IUPUI Franklin Franklin Marian Marian STATE TOURNEY IUPUI Indiana State

W 23-13 L 0-10

1980 (Game-by-game not available) 1981 (5-14) M 28 ISUE Franklin A1 BUTLER A2 At IUPUI A2 At IUPUI A7 Marian A7 Marian DePauw A9 DePauw A9 A 11 Franklin A 11 Franklin A 25 Anderson A 25 Anderson A 27 IUPUI IUPUI A 27 TAYLOR A 28 TAYLOR A 28 STATE: Butler Franklin 1982 (4-17) M 23 MARIAN M 23 MARIAN M 26 Oakland City M 26 Evansville M 27 Aurora M 31 St. FRANCIS M 31 St. FRANCIS A 13 IUPUI A 13 IUPUI A 14 ISUE A 14 ISUE A 15 BUTLER A 15 VALPARAISO A 26 ANDERSON A 26 ANDERSON A 27 At IUPUI A 27 At IUPUI A 28 Taylor A 28 Taylor Butler Valparaiso

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

2-8 1-11 4-5 3-4 4-10 17-0 9-0 8-4 26-3 3-13 5-10 5-11 13-2 0-10 0-1 2-3 0-4

L L

5-13 5-14

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

15-0 4-2 9-1 4-10 0-5 5-6 8-2 0-8 0-12 2-7 0-6 0-8 2-3 2-7 5-9 0-5 0-10 3-7 5-6 5-12 4-5

1983 (6-14-1) M 24 DePauw M 24 DePauw M 29 ISUE M 29 ISUE M 31 Butler M 31 Butler A 15 Franklin A 15 Franklin A 16 Purdue A 16 Akron A 16 Wright State A 26 Anderson A 26 Anderson A 27 IUPUI A 27 IUPUI A 28 Franklin A 28 Franklin M4 Taylor M4 Taylor M5 ISUE M5 ISUE

W T L L L L L W L L L W L L L W L W W L L

1984 (5-17) M 30 Ill. Benedictine M 30 Ill. Benedictine M 31 Lewis M 31 Aurora A6 ISU-Evansville A6 Huntington A7 Taylor

L 0-6 L 0-3 L 0-8 L 7-5 L 6-11 L 4-11 W 2-0

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

A 11 A 11 A 14 A 14 A 14 A 20 A 20 A 25 A 25 A 27 A 27 M1 M1 M2 M2

IUPUI IUPUI Franklin Bellarmine Manchester BUTLER BUTLER HANOVER HANOVER Bellarmine ISU-Evansville Taylor Taylor FRANKLIN FRANKLIN

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

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

1985 (13-14) DePauw DePauw Wright State Wright State St. Francis St. Francis Aurora Lewis IUPUI IUPUI Wright State No. Kentucky Manchester Butler Butler Saint Joseph’s Saint Joseph’s ISU- Evansville ISU- Evansville Anderson Anderson ISU-Evansville Bellarmine IP-Ft. Wayne Lewis Taylor Taylor

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

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

1986 (15-9) M 25 at So. Indiana M 25 at So. Indiana M 27 St. FRANCIS M 27 St. FRANCIS M 29 at No. Kentucky M 29 at No. Kentucky A3 at Bellarmine A3 at Bellarmine A5 IUPUI A8 NORTHERN KY A8 NORTHERN KY A 11 KY WESLEYAN A 11 KY WESLEYAN A 12 BELLARMINE A 12 BELLARMINE A 22 at Ky. Wesleyan A 22 at Ky. Wesleyan A 23 ANDERSON A 23 ANDERSON A 25 Lewis # A 25 Ky. Wesleyan # A 26 Lewis # A 28 at Butler A 28 at Butler

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

1987 (15-11) M 20 Southern Indiana M 20 Southern Indiana M 21 Ky. Wesleyan M 21 Ky. Wesleyan M 24 IP Fort Wayne M 24 IP Fort Wayne

W 14-4 W 9-4 L 0-1 W 6-4 W 11-1 W 17-3


yEAR-by-yEAR RESULTS

M 26 M 26 M 28 M 28 A7 A7 A 10 A 10 A 11 A 11 A 21 A 21 A 24 A 24 A 27 A 27 A 28 A 28 A 29 A 29

ST. JOSEPH’S ST. JOSEPH’S LEWIS LEWIS IP FORT WAYNE IP FORT WAYNE SO. INDIANA SO. INDIANA ASHLAND ASHLAND At Lewis At Lewis NO. KENTUCKY KY. WESLEYAN At IUPUI At IUPUI At Franklin At Franklin BUTLER BUTLER

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

3-0 2-1 2-4 3-4 20-7 13-3 11-4 7-4 2-1 3-2 11-6 5-9 1-4 0-4 1-3 0-9 2-1 9-10 0-3 5-9

1988 (23-14-1) L 1-2 M 15 at Butler M 15 at Butler T 2-2 M 23 at IP Ft. Wayne W 9-0 M 23 at IP Ft. Wayne W 6-0 M 25 at So. Indiana L 2-3 M 26 St. Joseph’s at USIW 13-5 M 26 Greenville at USI W 4-2 M 26 Bellarmine at USI L 2-9 M 29 Bellarmine W 2-1 A5 IP FT. WAYNE W 9-0 A5 IP FT. WAYNE W 19-0 A7 St. FRANCIS W 10-2 A7 St. FRANCIS W 3-1 A8 NORTHERN KY W 4-0 A8 NORTHERN KY L 3-5 A9 LEWIS L 0-2 A9 LEWIS L 2-3 A 13 St. JOSEPH’S W 8-1 A 13 St. JOSEPH’S W 3-0 A 16 SO. INDIANA W 10-0 A 16 SO. INDIANA W 1-0 A 18 at St. Joseph’s W 12-1 A 18 at St. Joseph’s L 1-3 A 19 at Lewis W 2-1 A 19 at Lewis W 1-0 A 20 at Ashland W 10-7 A 22 at IUPUI L 2-3 A 22 UW-Parkside L 1-2 A 23 Valparaiso W 10-1 A 23 Butler at IUPUI W 8-4 A 23 St. Xavier at IUPUI L 2-6 A 25 IUPUI W 1-0 A 25 IUPUI L 0-3 A 29 Bellarmine # W 7-3 A 29 No. Kentucky # L 1-10 A 30 Lewis # L 1-2 M3 at Franklin W 8-7 M3 at Franklin L 2-4 1989 (16-9, 9-6) M 23 AURORA M 23 AURORA A1 BELLARMINE A1 BELLARMINE A4 BUTLER A4 BUTLER A 12 IP- FT. WAYNE A 12 IP. FT. WAYNE A 14 Ky. Wesleyan A 14 Ky. Wesleyan A 15 at So. Indiana A 15 at So. Indiana A 17 St. JOSEPH’S A 17 St. JOSEPH’S A 19 St. Francis A 19 St. Francis A 21 NKU

W 5-4 W 2-1 L 2-4 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 5-3 W 8-2 W 11-1 W 4-2 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 2-4 W 4-3 W 6-0 W 7-0 W 15-1 W 5-2

A 21 A 22 A 22 A 24 A 24 A 28-2 M2 M2

NKU LEWIS LEWIS AT IUPUI AT IUPUI Lewis # FRANKLIN FRANKLIN

1990 (25-6, 12-4 GLVC) M 25 KY WESLEYAN M 25 KY WESLEYAN M 28 At IP Ft. Wayne M 28 At IP Ft. Wayne M 30 SAG. VALLEY M 31 AUGUSTANA M 31 TRI-STATE A3 SOUTHERN IN A3 SOUTHERN IN A6 MOREHEAD ST A6 MOREHEAD ST A7 St. JOSEPH’S St. JOSEPH’S A7 A8 LEWIS A8 LEWIS A 11 No. KENTUCKY A 11 No. KENTUCKY A 17 at Butler A 17 at Butler A 19 at Ashland A 19 at Ashland A 20 at Bellarmine A 20 at Bellarmine A 23 IUPUI A 23 IUPUI A 27 Bellarmine A 27 at Ashland A 28 Bellarmine A 28 at Ashland M1 at Franklin M1 at Franklin

W 5-0 L 0-2 W 2-1 L 0-2 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 1-5 W 10-0 W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W L W L L W W L W L W W

10-0 4-0 13-0 9-3 6-2 3-0 2-1 6-1 7-0 15-1 15-1 2-1 6-1 3-5 7-0 4-2 2-0 1-0 5-2 10-1 5-8 3-2 1-2 1-3 4-1 5-4 2-3 7-1 5-7 5-1 10-1

1991 (27-7, 13-3) M4 Assumption W 9-1 M4 Grand Valley State W 6-5 M5 Saginaw Valley St L 2-4 M5 Northwestern (IA) W 3-1 M6 Lake Superior St W 6-3 M6 Loyola ( IL) W 4-0 M8 Lewis L 4-5 M8 Saginaw Valley St W 5-0 M 24 at KY Wesleyan L 0-3 M 24 at KY Wesleyan W 8-0 M 25 at So. Indiana W 10-0 M 25 at So. Indiana W 4-0 M 28 BUTLER W 3-1 M 28 BUTLER W 2-1 M 29 IPFW L 0-1 M 29 IPFW W 7-2 A1 ASHLAND 9-8 A1 ASHLAND 11-2 A3 At St. Joseph’s W 10-1 A3 At. St. Joseph’s W 7-2 A5 ILL. BENEDICT W 1-0 A5 ST. FRANCIS (IL) L 6-7 A6 Vs Concordia (IL) W 12-0 A6 Siena Heights (MI) W 4-0 A8 At Lewis W 2-0 A8 At Lewis L 2-3 A 12 IUPUI L 5-6 A 12 IUPUI W 14-0 A 15 FRANKLIN W 9-5 A 15 FRANKLIN W 13-3 A 20 KY. STATE W 9-0 A 20 KY. STATE W 16-2 A 21 BELLARMINE W 7-0 A 21 BELLARMINE W 9-5

1992 (21-16) Saginaw Valley St L 1-5 M1 M1 Florida Southern L 1-4 M2 At UMSL W 3-2 M2 Lewis L 1-4 M4 Lake Superior St L 2-3 M4 Lewis L 2-5 Lasalle W 3-2 M5 Barry L 1-2 M5 Saginaw Valley St L 4-6 M6 M6 Lake Superior St W 8-1 M 19 KSU L 10-0 M 19 KSU L 12-0 M 22 NKU L 2-3 W 11-1 M 22 NKU W 2-0 M 24 Butler W 10-1 M 24 Butler M 28 At KWC L 1-2 M 28 At KWC L 2-3 M 31 IUPUI W 3-2 M 31 IUPUI W 10-4 A5 At USI W 5-1 At USI L 2-4 A5 A 11 ST. Joseph W 6-4 A 11 ST. Joseph W 13-0 A 12 Lewis W 2-1 A 12 Lewis L 4-5 A 14 Franklin W 4-2 A 14 Franklin W 12-0 A 15 BELLARMINE W 2-0 A 15 BELLARMINE W 4-2 A 17 IPFW W 2-1 A 17 IPFW L 1-3 A 22 SIU EDWARDS. L 2-5 A 22 SIU EDWARDS. W 3-2 A 24 Lewis W 4-2 A 24 KY Wesleyan L 0-2 A 24 Lewis L 0-6 1993 (27-16-1) M7 Bloomsburg M7 Shippensburg M8 Cent Missouri M8 Southwest State M9 North East MO M9 Lewis M 11 Slippery Rock M 11 Lock Haven M 12 California, PA M 12 Shippensburg M 24 IPFW M 24 IPFW M 26 NKU M 26 USI M 28 Ky. Wesleyan M 28 Bellarmine M 28 Kentucky State. M 30 At IUPUI M 30 At IUPUI A2 Wayne State A2 Quincy A3 Culvstoc A3 ST. Joseph’s A4 WM Penn IA A6 PURDUE A6 PURDUE A9 Gannon PA A9 Edinboro PA A9 Mercyhurst PA A 10 Edinboro PA A 18 Ashland OH A 17 Lewis A 18 IP Ft. Wayne A 18 St. Joseph’s A 21 BUTLER A 21 BUTLER A 23 NKU A 23 KWC

L L W L L L W W L L L L W W W W W W T L W W W L W W W L W W W L W W L W L W

0-1 0-10 3-1 2-3 2-4 0-1 5-1 4-3 1-7 2-14 3-7 3-7 9-1 1-0 5-0 1-0 9-0 3-1 2-2 0-1 4-3 3-2 4-2 3-6 1-0 10-0 5-3 6-7 10-0 4-3 3-0 3-4 4-2 12-0 1-2 6-0 1-4 2-0

A 24 A 24 A 27 A 27

NKU LEWIS FRANKLIN FRANKLIN

W L W W

5-1 0-8 9-1 2-0

1994 (24-20, 4-3 GLVC) M6 vs. Stonehill L 2-3 vs. Mo.- St. Louis W 4-3 M6 vs. Indiana (Pa.) L 1-2 M7 vs. Lewis L 4-7 M7 M9 vs. Lock Haven W 7-4 M 10 vs. Indiana (Pa.) W 7-0 M 10 vs. Mo.- St. Louis W 2-1 M 11 vs. So. Indiana L 0-7 W 8-5 M 11 vs. SW State 2-5 M 18 vs. Mo. Western L 0-5 M 18 vs. Mo.- St. Louis L M 18 vs. Cent. Mo. StateL 1-5 M 19 at SIUE L 0-6 M 22 at IPFW L 8-9 M 22 at IPFW W 3-1 M 26 vs. Lewis * L 1-6 W M 26 at Kentucky State * 13-3 M 26 vs. IPFW * W 5-4 M 29 at Marian L 1-3 M 29 at Marian W 9-0 M 30 IUPUI W 3-2 M 30 IUPUI W 9-1 A9 vs. Lock Haven W 8-0 A9 vs. California (Pa.) L 4-14 A9 vs. Edinboro W 8-4 A 16 vs. NKU * W 9-5 A 16 vs. Ashland * L 2-3 A 17 vs. So. Indiana * L 2-9 A 17 vs. Ky. Wesleyan * W 6-2 A 20 at IUPUI W 4-2 A 20 at IUPUI W 4-1 A 21 PURDUE L 0-3 A 21 PURDUE L 4-11 A 23 NKU L 1-6 A 23 NKU W 12-0 A 27 BUTLER W 15-7 A 27 BUTLER W 2-1 A 29 vs. St. Joseph’s # W 5-2 M1 vs. Lewis # L 0-6 M1 vs. Ky. Wesleyan # L 0-1 M3 at Franklin W 5-0 M3 at Franklin W 9-4 M4 TAYLOR W 7-6 1995 (20-13, 6-3 GLVC) M5 St. Cloud L 0-6 M5 Florida Southern W 4-3 M6 Sacred Heart W 1-0 M6 NE Missouri State W 7-0 M8 Shippensburg PA W 3-1 M9 St. Cloud MN L 1-2 M9 NE Missouri State L 1-4 M 10 Lock Haven PA L 0-8 M 10 Maine L 0-1 M 17 Mo. Southern W 3-1 M 17 SIU Edwardsville L 1-3 M 18 Emporia State KS L 2-5 M 18 St. Joseph’s W 9-1 M 21 IPFW W 9-2 M 25 IPFW W 9-1 M 25 Lewis W 7-4 M 25 Ashland L 4-5 M 25 Vs. IPFW W 3-2 M 26 St. Joseph’s W 7-1 M 26 Bellarmine W 3-2 M 29 IUPUI W 8-0 M 29 IUPUI W 3-2 A1 ST. JOSEPH’S W 5-4 A1 ST. JOSEPH’S W 8-4 A6 BUTLER L 1-2 A6 BUTLER W 3-2 A8 California PA L 2-10

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A8 A8 A 14 A 14 A 15 A 15 A 19 A 19 A 21 A 21 A 22 A 22 A 30 M2 M2

Ashland Edinboro PA SO. INDIANA KENTUCKY ST KY. WESLEYAN NO. KENTUCKY IUPUI IUPUI MARIAN MARIAN ST. JOSEPH LEWIS ASHLAND NO. KENTUCKY BELLARMINE FRANKLIN FRANKLIN

1996 (28-17) M3 Mt.Olive M3 Florida Southern ST. JOSEPH’S M5 Lock Haven M5 M6 At IUP (PA) M6 St. Cloud (Minn) M7 St. Joseph’s M7 St. Leo M8 Lock Haven M8 Lake Superior St M 15 Hillsdale M 15 NW Missouri M 15 Central College M 16 Quincy M 16 At UMSL M 23 Southern Indiana M 23 UW-Parkside M 24 Southern Indiana M 27 IUPUI M 27 IUPUI M 29-3 IPFW M 29-3 IPFW M 29-3 Saginaw Valley M 29-3 Northwood M 29-3 Hillsdale M 29-3 Wayne State A3 No. Kentucky A3 No. Kentucky A5 ST. JOSEPH’S A5 SIU EDWARDS. A5 QUINCY A6 ST. JOSEPH’S A6 SIU EDWARDS. A6 QUINCY A 12 Lewis A 12 Lewis A 13 Key. Wesleyan A 13 Bellarmine A 14 Ky. Wesleyan A 17 IUPUI A 17 IUPUI A 19 Marian QUINCY LEWIS NKU 1997 (13-28-1) S 13 NO. KENTUCKY S 13 INDIANA S 18 ST. MARY-WOODS S 18 T. MARY-WOODS S 25 MARIAN S 25 MARIAN S 27 Indiana State S 27 Valparaiso S 27 St. Francis S 28 Evansville S 28 St. Francis M2 MT. Olive (NC) M2 Stonehill (MA) Northern State 28 M 3

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

1-2 11-0 1-3 10-1 6-7 7-2 14-0 4-1 5-8 1-7 5-6 5-4 4-0 3-2 4-5 7-1 11-2

W L W W L L W W W W W L L W W W L T W L W L L W W L W W T W L W L L W L W W W W W W W L L

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

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

M3 M4 M4 M6 M6 M7 M7 M 11 M 11 M 22 M 22 M 22 M 23 M 23 M 23 M 24 M 24 M 26 M 26 M 28 M 28 M 28 M 29 M 29 M 29 A1 A1 A3 A3 A5 A5 A6 A6 A 11 A 11 A 16 A 16 A 25 A 25

Southwest ST. South Dakota Indiana (PA) Northern State St. Cloud St South Dakota Lake Superior NORTHERN KY NORTHERN KY WIS PARKSIDE LEWIS ST. JOSEPH’S WIS PARKSIDE ST. JOSEPH LEWIS MARIAN MARIAN At IUPUI At IUPUI Quincy SUI-Edwardsville Vs UMSL Quincy SUI-Edwardsville Vs.UMSL Northern KY Northern KY IPFW IPFW UW- Parkside Saint Joseph’s UW Parkside Saint Joseph’s At IPFW At IPFW IUPUI IUPUI Marian Marian

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

1998 (20-27) F 26 BELLARMINE W F 26 BELLARMINE W M4 NORTHERN KY L M8 Stonehill (MA) W M8 St. Joseph’s L M9 Indiana (PA) L M9 SW State (MN) W M 11 South Dakota L M 11 Shippensburg (PA) W M 12 Bloomsburg (PA) L M 12 C W. Post (NY) L M 13 Ferris State L M 25 IUPUI W M 25 IUPUI W M 26 MARIAN W M 26 MARIAN W M 28 SIU-Edwardsville W M 28 Quincy L M 28 UM- St. Louis L M 29 SUI- Edwardsville W M 29 Quincy W M 29 UM- St. Louis L A1 Northern KY W A1 Northern KY W A4 St. Joseph’s W A4 Lewis L A4 UW- Parkside L St. Joseph’s L A 10 KY Wesleyan W A 10 Bellarmine L A 10 Southern Indiana L A 11 KY Wesleyan W A 11 Bellarmine L A 11 Southern Indiana L A 17-1 SIUE # L A 17-1 Lewis # L A 25 Grand Valley L A 25 Ashland L A 26 Lake Superior L

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

A 29 A 29

FRANKLIN FRANKLIN

W W

2-1 5-1

1999 (16-20) M3 Marian M7 Shippensburg PA Indiana M7 St. Joseph’s M8 Longwood VA M8 M9 Wayne State M9 South Dakota M 11 Ky. Wesleyan M 11 Bloomsburg M 12 Lock Haven PA M 12 West Chester M 20 IPFW M 20 IPFW M 21 ST. JOSEPH’S M 21 ST. JOSEPH’S M 23 at IUPUI M 23 at IUPUI M 27 UW-Parkside M 27 UW-Parkside M 28 Lewis M 28 Lewis A2 at Bellarmine A2 at Bellarmine A6 No. Kentucky A6 No. Kentucky A 10 Southern Indiana A 10 Southern Indiana A 11 SIU- Edwardsville A 11 SIU- Edwardsville A 13 MARIAN A 13 MARIAN A 24 Hillsdale A 24 Lake Superior A 24 Findlay A 25 Grand Valley A 25 Ferris State

W 7-5 W 5-4 W 4-1 W 3-0 L 0-5 W 4-1 L 0-8 W 10-1 L 2-6 W 7-5 W 5-3 W 6-0 W 5-0 L 0-5 L 0-8 L 0-2 L 1-5 L 1-4 L 2-3 L 2-4 L 4-8 L 4-5 L 0-2 W 4-0 L 2-5 L 0-1 W 2-1 L 0-8 L 1-3 W 6-4 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 7-3 W 2-0 L 4-5 L 1-3

2000 (15-29, 7-13 GLVC) M2 MARIAN M2 MARIAN M5 Lock Haven M5 Shippensburg M6 Mt. Olive NC M6 Truman St. M7 Florida Southern M7 South Dakota M9 Indiana PA M9 Saint Joseph’s M 10 Bloomsburg PA M 10 Ashland M 15 Anderson M 15 Anderson M 18 Quincy M 18 Quincy M 23 Marian M 23 Marian M 25 SIU EDWARDS. M 25 SIU EDWARDS. M 26 SO. INDIANA M 26 SO. INDIANA M 30 at Franklin M 30 Franklin A1 at Ky. Wesleyan A1 at Ky. Wesleyan A2 BELLARMINE A2 BELLARMINE A6 St. Mary’s IN A6 St. Mary’s IN A8 LEWIS A8 LEWIS A9 UW-PARKSIDE A9 UW-PARKSIDE A 12 NO. KENTUCKY A 12 NO. KENTUCKY A 15 AT St. Joseph’s A 15 AT St. Joseph’s

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

11-15 0-4 7-6 9-0 3-8 0-4 0-5 1-10 2-10 5-3 1-15 1-2 4-2 10-4 7-5 5-8 0-6 4-6 3-1 1-11 0-2 4-12 12-0 22-0 1-2 3-1 7-3 0-6 6-9 4-5 5-8 3-5 5-7 0-8 5-4 0-8 4-8 1-6

A 16 A 16 A 21 A 21 A 22 A 22

AT IPFW AT IPFW Saginaw Valley St SIU- Edwardsville VS. Wayne State VS. Northwood

W 5-1 W 2-0 L 0-4 L 3-13 L 1-3 W 4-1

2001 (20-24-1) Marian W 4-1 M1 M1 Marian T 1-1 M6 At IUPUI L 1-4 M 11 Bentley MA W 7-0 M 11 vs. Quincy W 6-3 M 12 Daniel Webster W 18-0 L 0-1 M 12 Lindenwood W 6-5 M 13 Colgate M 13 Bucknell L 0-2 M 15 Slippery Rock W 4-0 M 15 Minnesota-Duluth L 0-2 M 16 St. Peter’s W 6-0 M 16 Vs RPI W 5-0 0-1 M 22 at St. Mary’s (Ind.) L 3-5 M 22 at St. Mary’s (Ind.) L M 24 SIU- Edwardsville L 0-1 M 24 SIU- Edwardsville L 0-6 M 25 Southern Indiana L 0-9 M 25 Southern Indiana L 1-8 M 28 HUNTINGTON W 6-3 M 28 HUNTINGTON W 6-5 M 31 QUINCY L 0-2 M 31 QUINCY W 4-0 A1 MO.-ST. LOUIS L 2-4 A1 MO.-ST. LOUIS W 5-4 A7 KY. WESLEYAN W 1-0 A7 KY. WESLEYAN W 12-2 A8 Bellarmine L 1-5 A8 Bellarmine L 9-10 A 11 NO. Kentucky L 2-7 A 11 NO. Kentucky L 1-3 A 13 ST. JOSEPH’S W 7-0 A 13 ST. JOSEPH’S W 2-1 A 14 IPFW W 4-3 A 14 IPFW W 9-0 A 21 Wayne State L 1-7 A 21 Northwood W 4-3 A 21 Saginaw Valley St W 5-4 A 22 Ashland L 1-3 A 28 LEWIS L 0-2 A 28 LEWIS L 4-5 A 29 UW-Parkside L 2-7 A 29 UW-Parkside L 1-2 2002 (9-30-1, 2-16 GLVC) M6 MARIAN M6 MARIAN M 10 North Dakota M 10 Nova S.E. FL M 10 Bentley M 11 Stonehill (MA) M 11 St. Ambrose (IA) M 11 Teikyo Post (CT) M 12 St. Joseph’s (PA) M 12 Aquinas (MI) M 12 Teikyo Post (CT) M 13 North Dakota M 13 Illinois College M 14 Judson (IL) M 14 Stonehill (MA) M 23 WIS-PARKSIDE M 23 WIS-PARKSIDE M 24 LEWIS M 24 LEWIS M 28 No. Kentucky M 28 No. Kentucky A3 St. Mary’s A3 St. Mary’s A6 BELLARMINE A6 BELLARMINE A7 Ky. Wesleyan A7 Ky. Wesleyan

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


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A 13 A 13 A 14 A 14 A 19 A 20 A 20 A 22 A 22 A 25 A 25 A 28 A 28

Missouri-St. Louis L Missouri-St. Louis L Quincy L Quincy L Grand Valley State L Gannon (PA) L Findlay L ST .Joseph’s L ST. Joseph’s L Marian L Marian L SIU EDWARDS. L SIU EDWARDS. L

2003 (26-20) M9 Philadelphia M9 VS. Slippery Rock M 10 Teikyo Post M 10 Bentley (MA) M 11 Winona State(MN) M 11 Holy Family (PA) M 12 Bentley (PA) M 12 Aquinas (MI) M 12 At Tampa M 12 At Tampa M 13 Lynn (FL) M 13 Lynn (FL) M 13 Cornerstone (MI) M 13 Palm Beach Atl. M 22 NORTHERN KY M 22 NORTHERN KY M 23 Bellarmine M 23 Bellarmine M 30 QUINCY M 30 QUINCY A5 Lewis A5 Lewis A6 UW Parkside A6 UW Parkside A 12 Northwood A 12 Lake Superior St A 12 Findlay A 13 Saginaw Valley St A 13 Ferris State A 15 ST. MARY-WOODS A 15 ST. MARY-WOODS A 16 SAINT JOSEPH’S A 16 SAINT JOSEPH’S A 18 Ky. Wesleyan A 18 Ky. Wesleyan A 19 Southern Indiana A 19 Southern Indiana A 22 DePauw A 22 DePauw A 24 SIU EDWARDS. A 24 SIU-EDWARDS. A 26 MO.-ST. LOUIS A 26 MO.-ST. LOUIS Lewis # Saint Joseph’s # Bellarmine #

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

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

2004 (14-26) M7 Shippensburg L 0-2 M7 So. New Hampshire L 0-2 M9 W.V. Wesleyan L 0-1 M9 East Stroudsburg L 2-5 M 10 Dowling (NY) W 7-0 M 10 Bloomsburg (PA) L 1-9 M 11 South Dakota StateL 3-4 M 11 New Haven (CT) W 10-6 M 12 Truman State L 0-1 M 12 Merrimack (MA) L 3-5 M 20 Missouri-St. Louis W 2-1 M 20 Missouri-St. Louis L 0-8 M 21 SIU Edwardsville L 0-6 M 21 SIU Edwardsville L 0-8 M 23 Franklin L 4-5 M 23 Franklin W 7-0 M 26 Ferris State L 2-6

M 27 M 27 M 27 M 28 M 30 A3 A3 A4 A4 A9 A9 A 10 A 10 A 14 A 14 A 17 A 17 A 24 A 24 A 28 A 28 A 20 A 30

Saginaw Valley St Northwood Bluefield State Mercyhurst Saint Joseph’s SO. INDIANA SO. INDIANA KY. WESLEYAN KY. WESLEYAN UW-PARKSIDE UW-PARKSIDE LEWIS LEWIS ST. FRANCIS ST. FRANCIS Quincy Quincy BELLARMINE BELLARMINE NO. KENTUCKY NO. KENTUCKY Lewis Southern Indiana

L 1-2 L 0-1 W 5-2 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 0-1 L 2-6 W 8-0 W 10-2 L 0-1 L 0-4 L 0-2 L 1-11 W 2-0 W 4-3 W 2-1 L 5-11 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 0-6 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 0-1

2005 (27-18) M5 Mid-Continent W 4-1 M5 Mid-Continent W 3-0 M6 Lambuth W 3-0 M6 Lambuth W 9-8 M 13 Tiffin W 2-0 M 13 Minnesota L 0-8 M 14 Truman W 3-1 M 14 SW Minnesota St. W 3-0 M 15 So. New Hampshire W 4-3 M 15 Missouri Western L 2-3 M 17 Nova SoutheasternL 0-8 M 17 St. Mary -Woods W 13-7 M 30 DEPAUW W 8-0 M 30 DEPAUW L 1-3 A3 KY. WESLEYAN W 8-0 A3 KY. WESLEYAN W 9-2 A7 Saint Joseph’s W 4-1 A7 Saint Joseph’s W 4-2 A9 SIU EDWARDS. L 6-7 A9 SIU EDWARDS. L 1-8 A 10 SO. INDIANA W 5-1 A 10 SO. INDIANA L 2-4 A 13 Marian L 0-1 A 13 Marian L 0-4 A 16 UW-Parkside L 0-1 A 16 UW-Parkside L 1-4 A 17 Lewis W 2-1 A 17 Lewis W 4-3 A 20 St. Francis W 8-0 A 20 St. Francis W 5-0 A 21 No. Kentucky L 1-5 A 21 No. Kentucky L 2-6 A 23 MO.-ST. LOUIS W 8-0 A 23 MO.-ST. LOUIS W 9-1 A 24 QUINCY W 2-1 A 24 QUINCY W 8-5 A7 MARIAN W 9-0 A7 MARIAN W 10-2 A 30 TIFFIN W 2-1 A 30 TIFFIN L 3-4 M1 Bellarmine L 1-2 M1 Bellarmine L 4-5 M 6-8 UW-Parkside # L 0-3 Mo.-St. Louis # W 9-0 Lewis # L 1-4 2006 (31-19, 14-6 GLVC) F 17 at West Georgia F 17 vs. Delta State F 17 vs. Lincoln Mem. F 24 BUTLER F 24 BUTLER M3 vs. Mars Hill M4 vs. Wingate M4 vs. Pfeiffer

W L W L L W L W

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

M5 M5 M 10 M 10 M 11 M 11 M 12 M 12 M 14 M 14 M 15 M 15 M 18 M 18 M 19 M 19 M 25 M 25 M 26 M 26 A1 A1 A2 A2 A4 A4 A8 A8 A9 A9 A 12 A 12 A 15 A 15 A 17 A 17 A 22 A 22 A 23 A 23 M5 M5

vs. Queen's W at Catawba W vs. Ferris State L vs. St. Cloud State W vs. Saint Rose W vs. Minn. Duluth W vs. E. Stroudsburg L vs. Neb.-Omaha L vs. WV Wesleyan L vs. New Haven W vs. Adelphi W vs. Shippensburg L SO. INDIANA* W SO. INDIANA* L SIU EDWARDS.* L SIU EDWARDS.* L at No. Kentucky* W at No. Kentucky* W at Bellarmine* W at Bellarmine* W LEWIS* W LEWIS* L UW-PARKSIDE* W UW-PARKSIDE* L MARIAN W MARIAN W at Mo.-St. Louis* W at Mo.-St. Louis* W at Quincy* W at Quincy* L SAINT JOSEPH'S* W SAINT JOSEPH'S* W KY WESLEYAN * W KY WESLEYAN * W FINDLAY W FINDLAY W at Wayne State L at Wayne State W at Hillsdale L at Hillsdale W Missouri-Rolla # L Saint Joseph's # L

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

2007 (25-22) F 17 at Tusculum L M3 vs. Limestone L M3 at Catawba W M3 at Pfeiffer W M3 vs. W. Va. State W M 10 vs. Ferris State L M 10 vs. Georgian Court W M 11 vs. Lake Sup. StateW M 11 vs. C.W. Post W M 13 vs. California (Pa.) W M 13 vs. Saint Xavier W M 14 vs. Slippery Rock W M 14 vs. Minn.-Duluth L M 15 vs. Philadelphia W M 15 vs. Ashland L M 17 ROCKHURST* W M 17 ROCKHURST* W M 18 MO.-ROLLA* W M 18 MO.-ROLLA* L M 24 SAGINAW VALLEY L M 24 SAGINAW VALLEY L M 31 at Ky. Wesleyan* L M 31 at Ky. Wesleyan* W A6 QUINCY* L A6 QUINCY* W A7 MO.-ST. LOUIS* W A7 MO.-ST. LOUIS* W A9 WAYNE STATE L A9 WAYNE STATE W A 10 at Findlay W A 10 at Findlay W A 15 at Lewis* L A 15 at Lewis* L A 16 at UW-Parkside* W A 16 at UW-Parkside* W A 19 at St. Joseph’s* L

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

A 19 A 21 A 21 A 22 A 22 A 28 A 28 A 29 A 29 M4 M4

at St. Joseph’s* L 1-2 BELLARMINE* L 1-2 BELLARMINE* W 6-0 NO. KENTUCKY* W 5-2 NO. KENTUCKY* W 6-4 at SIU Edwardsville*L 3-5 at SIU Edwardsville*L 0-2 at So. Indiana* L 5-6 at So. Indiana* L 1-8 vs. Lewis # L 0-2 vs. Mo.-Rolla # L 9-11

2008 (39-28) F 15 vs. #14 Ala.-Huntsville L F 15 vs. Ark.-Monticello W F 16 at Delta State L F 16 vs. Henderson St. L vs. #16 N. Georgia L F 23 vs. West Alabama L F 23 F 24 vs. #20 Wayne St. L F 24 vs. #23 Geo. Coll. & St. L vs. Indiana (Pa.) W F 29 vs. East Stroudsburg L F 29 M1 at Catawba L M1 vs. Shippensburg L M2 vs. Limestone W M7 vs. Ohio Valley W M8 vs. Saint Rose W M8 vs. Lake Sup. St. W M9 vs. Shippensburg W M9 vs. Upper Iowa W M 11 vs. Saint Xavier W M 11 vs. #17 Minn. St-Mankato L M 12 vs. #17 C.W. Post L M 12 vs. Ferris State W M 13 vs. Cent. Missouri W M 13 vs. #18 Min. St-Mankato L M 15 SO. INDIANA* L M 15 SO. INDIANA* W M 16 KY WESLEYAN* W M 16 KY WESLEYAN* W M 21 #23 SAGINAW VALLEY L M 21 #23 SAGINAW VALLEYW M 29 at Rockhurst* L M 29 at Rockhurst* W M 30 at Drury* W M 30 at Drury* L A2 FINDLAY W A2 FINDLAY W A5 QUINCY* L A5 QUINCY* W A6 #13 SIUE* W A6 #13 SIUE* W A 10 SAINT JOSEPH’S* W A 10 SAINT JOSEPH’S* L A 12 at Bellarmine* W A 12 at Bellarmine* W A 13 at Northern Ky.* L A 13 at Northern Ky.* W A 16 at Tiffin W A 16 at Tiffin W A 19 #9 LEWIS* L A 19 #9 LEWIS* L A 20 UW-PARKSIDE* W A 20 UW-PARKSIDE* W A 24 at Hillsdale W A 24 at Hillsdale W A 26 at Missouri S&T* W A 26 at Missouri S&T* L A 27 at Mo.-St. Louis W A 27 at Mo.-St. Louis L M1 ^ vs. So. Indiana W M1 ^ vs. UW-Parkside L M2 ^ vs. #7 Lewis W M2 ^ vs. Mo.-St. Louis W M2 ^ vs. UW-Parkside L M8 $ vs. Wayne State L M8 $ vs. West Virg. St. W M9 $ vs. Lewis W M 10 $ at #7 SIUE L

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

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yEAR-by-yEAR LEADERS

BATTING AVG 1969 Judy Barnes 1970 Baelz 1971 Barb Camden 1972 Barb Camden 1973 Barb Camden 1974 Shady 1975 Barb Stutz 1976 Jane Fulton 1977 Lila Grant 1978 Lila Grant 1979 Deb Sweet 1982 Joyce Gage 1983 J. Burkhart 1984 A. Cottrell 1985 Susan Kuntz 1986 Joni Craft 1987 Jenny Imel 1988 H. Lawrence 1989 J Joseforsky 1990 Kathy Miller 1991 S. Black 1992 T. Linton 1993 T. Linton 1994 B. Nicholson 1995 Amy Strieter 1996 Amy Strieter 1997 Tracy Maddix 1998 R. Houston 1999 B. Schmitt 2000 Tracy Maddix 2001 J. Matlock 2002 Erin Schenck 2003 Megan Hall 2004 Jessica Conant 2005 Jessica Conant 2006 Lauren Booten 2007 Colleen Roach 2008 Maggie Swanson RUNS SCORED 1970 M. Meyer 1971 C. Siegmann 1972 K. Earley 1973 Peggy Gordon 1974 Sue Willey 1975 Jane Fulton 1976 Terri Kleine 1977 D. Wendeln 1978 Deb Sweet 1979 E. Hoover 1980 C. Perkins 1982 Toni Music 1983 L. Stutler, Joyce Gage 1984 L. Stutler 1985 LeAnna Doty 1986 H. Lawrence 1987 Susan Kuntz 1988 H. Lawrence 1989 Cindy Simko 1990 Kathy Miller 1991 Cindy Simko 1992 Tricia Neely 1993 B. Nicholson 1994 B. Nicholson 1995 Amy Strieter 1996 Amy Strieter 1997 J. Engelgau 1998 R. Houston 1999 P. Doering 2000 Kelly Gamble 2001 Kelly Gamble 2002 A. Vachon, S. Kerkhoff 2003 Jessica Conant 2004 Ashley Vachon 2005 Jessica Conant 2006 Lindsey Gustine 2007 Lauren Booten 2008 Jessica Breeden

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.333 .346 .320 .361 .333 .448 .463 .386 .462 .470 .320 .333 .250 .245 .400 .291 .395 .395 .422 .391 .410 .378 .386 .367 .443 .409 .373 .327 .413 .356 .307 .329 .379 .284 .329 .409 .373 .342

13 9 18 21 20 21 35 26 39 19 16 11 13 14 24 17 26 31 19 26 35 25 27 30 40 38 16 31 16 28 21 12 19 13 28 29 31 48

HITS 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Bonnie Lewis, M. Meyer C. Siegmann C. Siegmann K. Earley Mary Johns Shady, Willey, Stutz Barb Stutz Jane Fulton, Grant Lila Grant Deb Sweet E. Hoover C. Perkins Toni Music Joyce Gage L. Stutler Jenny Imel Joni Craft Jenny Imel H. Lawrence J Joseforsky Cindy Simko S. Black S. Black T. Linton B. Nicholson Amy Strieter Amy Strieter Engelgau, Miggenburg, Houston R. Houston B. Schmitt Kelly Gamble J. Matlock Erin Schenck Megan Hall Jessica Conant Jessica Conant Lauren Booten Colleen Roach Jessica Breeden

19 15 19 18 28 26 25 22 24 36 20 23 20 19 16 31 23 34 49 27 39 43 36 44 47 66 61 36 49 45 48 39 28 36 33 46 67 57 71

RUNS BATTED IN 1969 M. Meyer 1970 M. Meyer 1971 Rita Robbins, Siegmann 1972 M. Tibbetts, Barb Stutz 1973 Peggy Gordon 1974 Sue Willey 1975 Sue Willey 1976 Lila Grant 1977 Lila Grant 1978 Lila Grant 1979 A. Diekhoff 1980 E. Hoover 1982 Toni Music 1983 Joyce Gage 1984 LeAnna Doty 1985 C. Youngman, Joni Craft 1986 C. Youngman 1987 H. Lawrence 1988 J Joseforsky 1989 J Joseforsky 1990 S. Black, Kathy Miller 1991 Kathy Miller 1992 Tricia Neely 1993 Tricia Neely 1994 Kr. Miller 1995 T. Linton 1996 Pam Givens 1997 Cherish Long, Maddix 1998 Kelly Gamble, Maddix 1999 B. Schmitt, Maddix 2000 Tracy Maddix 2001 J. Matlock 2002 Tara Burman 2003 Jessica Conant 2004 C. Poulos 2005 Jessica Conant 2006 Lauren Booten 2007 Megan Russell 2008 Jamie Keltz

12 15 4 11 20 13 15 19 25 21 14 16 15 16 11 17 14 23 27 19 17 25 16 23 23 30 22 16 22 19 35 19 10 20 12 30 37 38 45

HOME RUNS 1969 Karen Hanni, Black 1970 M. Meyer, C. Siegmann 1971 C. Siegmann 1972 Earley, Willey, Scott, Stutz 1973 Barb Stutz 1974 Barb Stutz 1975 Sue Willey 1976 Lila Grant 1977 Lila Grant 1978 Deb Sweet 1979 E. Hoover 1980 Jarrett, Hoover, Diekhoff, Bluhm 1983 J. Burkhart, Short, Stutler 1984 Eichenberger 1985 Joni Craft 1986 H. Lawrence, Short 1987 L. Bilskie 1988 H. Lawrence 1989 Kathy Miller, Lawrence 1990 Kathy Miller 1991 Kathy Miller 1992 Kathy Miller 1993 Amy Strieter, Neely 1994 Amy Heath 1995 T. Linton, Givens, Heath 1996 Pam Givens 1997 Cherish Long 1998 Long, Houston, Doering 1999 Tracy Maddix 2000 Tracy Maddix 2001 Jenny Garris,Matlock 2002 Fincher, Littleton, Matlock, Horvath 2003 Jessica Conant 2004 C. Poulos 2005 Brandi Grubb 2006 Lauren Booten 2007 Megan Russell 2008 Breeden, Keltz

1 2 1 1 4 3 3 2 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 6 2 3 3 1 3 7 3 1 2 3 2 7 7 10

STOLEN BASES 1969 M. Meyer 1970 Baelz, Meyer 1971 C. Siegmann 1972 Barb Camden, Earley 1973 K. Earley, Gordon 1974 Sue Willey 1975 Barb Stutz 1976 Lila Grant 1977 Lila Grant 1978 Deb Sweet 1979 Deb Sweet 1980 C. Perkins 1982 Toni Music 1983 L. Stutler 1984 L. Stutler 1985 Eichenberger 1986 Lawrence, Kuntz, Foreman 1987 C. Rathjen, Kuntz 1988 H. Lawrence 1989 Cindy Simko 1990 Kathy Miller 1991 S. Black 1992 B. Nicholson 1993 B. Nicholson 1994 Amy Strieter 1995 Amy Strieter 1996 Amy Strieter 1997 Miggenburg, Engelgau, Houston 1998 Kelly Gamble 1999 C. Stephens 2000 Kelly Gamble, Kerkhoff 2001 C. Stephens 2002 Ashley Vachon 2003 Ashley Vachon 2004 Mandi Haberlin 2005 Ashley Vachon 2006 Lindsey Gustine 2007 Kathy Blanchard 2008 Jessica Breeden

10 10 8 20 12 26 23 26 19 18 13 17 9 24 10 7 6 6 14 9 15 20 8 9 9 19 37 11 17 10 10 16 7 21 11 20 14 9 29

PITCHING SAVES 1987 C. Rathjen 1990 Tricia Neely, Amy Lee 1993 Tasha Lewis 1995 M. Haskett 1996 C. Cothron 1997 S. Bogumil 1998 Renee Walsh 1999 Renee Walsh 2000 Hope Lykins, Sheets, Wilson 2001 Renee Walsh, Jill Fincher 2002 Hope Lykins, K. Sheets 2004 Natalie Walker 2005 Beth Wendlinger 2006 Beth Wendlinger 2007 ---2008 ----

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

EARNED RUN AVG 1980 Trina Bluhm 1982 K. Swing 1983 Joyce Gage 1984 K. Swing 1985 A. Cottrell 1986 L. Degenhart 1987 C. Rathjen 1988 C. Rathjen 1989 C. Rathjen 1990 C. Bernath 1991 C. Kendrick 1992 M. Haskett 1993 Tasha Lewis 1994 Tasha Lewis 1995 S. Bogumil 1996 Tasha Lewis 1997 Kelly Wilson 1998 Kelly Wilson 1999 Renee Walsh 2000 Kelly Wilson 2001 J. Matlock 2002 Hope Lykins 2003 Beth Wendlinger 2004 Beth Wendlinger 2005 Beth Wendlinger 2006 Beth Wendlinger 2007 Amanda Wendlinger 2008 Meagan Gutierrez

5.29 2.35 2.33 3.00 3.23 2.01 1.96 1.55 1.18 1.08 1.29 1.60 0.72 1.83 1.43 1.30 2.12 2.02 1.83 4.11 1.61 2.31 1.13 0.88 0.85 1.15 2.26 2.82

STRIKEOUTS 1980 Trina Bluhm 1982 T. Schlicher 1983 K. Swing 1984 A. Cottrell 1985 Joni Craft 1986 L. Degenhart 1987 C. Rathjen 1988 C. Rathjen 1989 C. Rathjen 1990 Tricia Neely 1991 Tricia Neely 1992 Tricia Neely 1993 Tricia Neely 1994 Tasha Lewis 1995 Tasha Lewis 1996 Tasha Lewis 1997 S. Bogumil, Kelly Wilson 1998 Renee Walsh 1999 Kelly Wilson 2000 Kelly Wilson 2001 Renee Walsh 2002 J. Matlock 2003 Beth Wendlinger 2004 Beth Wendlinger 2005 Beth Wendlinger 2006 Beth Wendlinger 2007 Megan Russell 2008 Meagan Gutierrez

11 46 27 31 13 69 60 104 70 106 54 82 38 74 94 130 69 90 91 82 123 57 155 111 120 202 142 101

WINS 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

A. Diekhoff T. Schlicher T. Schlicher A. Cottrell, K. Swing A. Cottrell L. Degenhart C. Rathjen C. Bernath C. Bernath, C. Rathjen Tricia Neely Tricia Neely Tricia Neely Tricia Neely, C. Cothron Tasha Lewis Tasha Lewis Tasha Lewis Kelly Wilson A. Tinker Kelly Wilson Kelly Wilson Renee Walsh J. Matlock Beth Wendlinger Beth Wendlinger Beth Wendlinger Beth Wendlinger Megan Russell Amanada Wendlinger

*Stats from 1981 season unavailable

4 3 4 3 8 10 8 13 8 13 12 12 7 10 14 15 7 9 13 8 7 6 13 10 17 22 11 15


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

M. Acra 1987-89 Sara Agnew 2008 M. Andrews 1985-87 Baelz 1970 E. Bankowski 2000-01 Judy Barnes 1969 Barnett 1970 Katie Benter 2005-06 C. Bernath 1988-91 Paula Bible 1989 L. Bilskie 1986-87 Nora Bingham 1982-85 Bisenbark 1980 S. Black 1989-92 Susan Black 1969-70 Kathy Blanchard 2005-08 Katie Bliss 2005-06 Sara Bloomer 1976-77 Trina Bluhm 1980,82 Stephanie Bogumil 1994-97 Dena Bohle 1993-94 Lauren Booten 2006-07 Jenny Borer 1992 Anne Brandon 1988-91 P. Brechbiel 1976-77 Jessica Breeden 2007-08 Kelly Brewer 1997 Amanda Brown 1977 S. Brumley 1988-90 Jane Burgess 1975 J. Burkhart 1982-84 Tara Burman 2002-05 Burton 1975 Erin Byrd 1990 Barb Camden 1971-74 Erin Clossin 2002-03 J. Clossin 2005 Endea Coles 2006-08 Jessica Conant 2004-05 Mickey Cook 1996-99 Pam Cook 1975 C. Cothron 1993-96 A. Cottrell 1984-85 Jamie Cox 1986-87 Joni Craft 1984-86 Stacy Criss 1992,94 Cross 1977 Brittany Cummings 2006 Edna Decker 1982 L. Degenhart 1986 Madison Dickman 2004-07 A. Diekhoff 1979-80 P. Doering 1996-99 LeAnna Doty 1984-85 I. Drummond 1975 G. Dunwell 1990-91 K. Earley 1971-73 Eichenberger 1983-86 Lora Elliott 1982,84 J. Engelgau 1997 L. Fergason 1984-85 Tracy Ferris 1979 Jill Fincher 2001-02 L. Fishel 1979-80 Jana Fleenor 1972 L. Foreman 1983-86 S. Frageman 1985-87 Frey 1977 Jane Fulton 1975-78 Joyce Gage 1980,82-83

Kelly Gamble 1998-01 C. Gandolph 1986-89 S. Gardner 1976 Jenny Garris 2001-02 Polly Gauck 1975 Pam Givens 1994-96 D. Glidden 1972-73,75 Peggy Gordon 1973-74 Lila Grant 1976-78 Donna Grimes 1976 Grismore 1987 Brandi Grubb 2003-05 Lindsey Gustine 2006-08 Meagan Gutierrez 2008 Mandi Haberlin 2002-05 J. Hackman 1978-80 Chrissy Hahn 1990-91 Megan Hall 2003-06 Karen Hanni 1969-71 Mandy Harner 1998 Harper 1970 M. Haskett 1992-95 M. Hawkins 1994-96 Amy Heath 1993-96 K Hellenburg 1985 J. Herdman 1978-80 E. Hoover 1979-80 N. Horvath 2001-04 R. Houston 1995-98 Jenny Imel 1985-88 Jenny James 1993-94 Mary James 1990-92 C. Jarrett 1980,82-83 Mary Johns 1973 J Joseforsky 1988-91 Jamie Keltz 2008 Kendig 1974 C. Kendrick 1991 S. Kerkhoff 2000-03 Kingery 1975 Terri Kleine 1976-77 Kathy Kline 1969 Kris Kline 1969 Kathy Knoop 1978-79 K. Koelmel 1979-80,82 E. Kujawski 2004-05 L. Kunkler 1987-89 Susan Kuntz 1984-87 LaFollette 1984 Becky Lamb 1977 Jane Lamb 1979-80,82 Debbie Law 1982 H. Lawrence 1986-89 Amy Lee 1990-92 Jodi Leonard 2005 Bonnie Lewis 1969-71 Tasha Lewis 1993-96 Taunya Linton 1992-95 J. Littleton 2000-03 Cherish Long 1997-98 A. Loubier 1998 Hope Lykins 2000-03 Tracy Maddix 1997-00 K. Maddock 2003 Lindsay Maraldo 2007-08 M. Maravilla 1990-91 Mary Mathes 1969-72 J. Matlock 2001-03 C. McFarland 1999-00 S. McFarland 1975

K. McKinnis 1996-99 McNealy 1970 Danielle Melone 2003-06 M. Meyer 1969-70 Shannon Miggenburg 1994-97 Cinda Miller 1988-89 Kathy Miller 1989-92 Kr. Miller 1991-94 Lindsey Mishevich 2003-06 K. Moore 2001-02 Morgan 1975 A. Morgan 2002-05 Mowery 1974 Toni Music 1982 C. Neblett 2002-03 Tricia Neely 1990-93 Newell 1974 B. Nicholson 1991-94 Niemeyer 1969 Susie Nobbe 1997-98 Dawn Northey 1979 Diane Norton 1969-71 Leann O'Reel 1999-01 Ortman 1977 K. Parrott 1971 C. Perkins 1980 S. Perkins 1977 C. Pippert 1969 Sandy Plyley 1990-93 C. Poulos 2002-04 J. Provo 1999 Jill Purdy 2007 M. Ralph 2002 D. Rannells 1972 C. Rathjen 1987-89 Tina Renihan 1976-78 Tina Ridener 1985 Colleen Roach 2006-07 Rita Robbins 1971-73 Dawn Rubush 1979 Tammy Rush 1989 Megan Russell 2007-08 Pat Rusk 1979-80 Cat Sampson 2008 Cindy Sare 1976-79 Schadenfroh 2003-05 Erin Schenck 2002-05 C. Schlegel 1982 T. Schlicher 1982-83 B. Schmitt 1998-99 Pat Scott 1971-72,80 A. Seifert 1987-89 Shady 1974 V. Sheafer 1987-88 K. Sheets 2000-03 S. Shields 1985 Jean Shilt 1976-78 S. Shockey 1975-76 Nancy Short 1983-86 B Sidebottom 1973-74 C. Siegmann 1969-71 Cindy Simko 1988-91 Dena Slisher 1978-80 Smith 1977 Courtney Smith 2007 Gloria Smith 1974 Vivian Smith 1969 Amy Snyder 2001-03 Cara Snyder 2005 Judi Snyder 1974-75

K. Soltes 1995-98 Spicer 1975 G. Sprunger 1973-74 L Stackhouse 1983 C. Stacy 2004-05 K. Stalcup 1984-87 Stamper 1975 Stanley 1969-71 C. Stephens 1999-01 K. Stinnett 2003-04 Kathy Strahm 1978-80 Amy Strieter 1993-96 J. Stringham 2000-03 Stucker 1975 Nel Stump 1973 L. Stutler 1982-84 Barb Stutz 1972-75 Pat Sullivan 1971,74 L. Suroviak 1990-93 Jenny Swanson 2007-08 Maggie Swanson 2008 Deb Sweet 1978-80 B. Swengel 1973 K. Swing 1982-84 A. Thompson 1978-79 T. Thomson 1984 M. Tibbetts 1972-75 A. Tinker 1998 Kara Tucker 1998-99 Nancy Tucker 1974-75 T. Tyree 2004-05 Sheri Ulm 1986-88 Ashley Vachon 2002-05 Andrea Vachon 2004 A. Vaught 1998 Shannon Vega 2003-05 B. Vinion 1969-71 Sarah Volmer 1997 S. Volmerdin 1998 S Volmerding 1996 Walker 1970 Natalie Walker 2003-06 Wendy Walker 1993-94 Renee Walsh 1998-99,01 Jen Watrous 1995-97 Laura Welch 1992,94 Lacey Werner 2007 D. Wendeln 1975-78 Amanda Wendlinger 2006-08 Beth Wendlinger 2003-06 LaDonna Wert 1984 Karen West 1977 C. Westberry 2003 Sue Willey 1972-75 Diana Wilson 1972 Kelly Wilson 1997-00 Jo Winey 1971 S. Woodworth 1993-94 Sue Workman 1979-80 Kathy Yates 1984-86 C. Youngman 1985-88 Julie Zaitz 2007-2008 *Names list compiled from final stats from 1969-2008

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UINDy ADMINISTRATION

Dr. beverley PITTS University President ¡ Ed. D., ball State University ‘81 Beverley J. Pitts, former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Ball State, became the university's eighth president, July 5, 2005. She succeeded Jerry Israel, who retired. Pitts is the first female president in the 103year history of the comprehensive institution, which has 4,100 undergraduate and graduate students on its main campus and is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. The selection of Pitts was based on her impressive leadership qualities, solid record of accomplishments, and outstanding communication skills, said Sue Anne Gilroy, chair of the Search Committee. In addition to 20 years as a communication professor and administrator at Ball State, Pitts skillfully shepherded that institution through an especially difficult period while serving as acting president in 2004. "The goal of our Search Committee was to conduct an exhaustive national search that would be open and inclusive, resulting in the selection of a visionary and dynamic, experienced and entrepreneurial president who will guide the university to the next level of excellence, building upon the impressive accomplishments of Jerry Israel," Gilroy said. "We found that person right here in Indiana." Pitts was among four finalists, culled from nearly 80 candidates, who were invited to campus for interviews with seven advisory committees representing students, faculty, staff, alumni and community leaders. "With every constituent group, she was the universal favorite," said Christel DeHaan, chair of the Board of Trustees. "I thoroughly have enjoyed working these last seven years with Dr. Israel and watching the university prosper under his remarkable leadership," DeHaan said. "The university has made tremendous strides, and is well-positioned for even greater achievements ahead. The Board is convinced that Dr. Pitts is the one to carry the baton forward." Pitts began her higher education career as an English instructor at Anderson University, where she received a bachelor's degree in English in 1968. She subsequently earned two degrees from Ball State: a master's in journalism and a doc-

Deborah bALOGH

While on the faculty at Anderson from 1977 to 1985, Pitts rose to assistant professor and became founding chair of the Department of Communication. She joined the Ball State faculty in 1985, where she moved through the ranks to become professor of journalism and assume increasing administrative responsibilities. As provost and vice president for academic affairs, Pitts now has oversight of seven academic colleges and 900 faculty. She played a leadership role in developing the Freshman Connections program, which was identified as one of 13 Best Practice Programs in the Freshman Year by the national Policy Center on the First Year of College. Freshman retention at Ball State went from 67 percent in 1997 to 80 percent by 2003. Pitts has been the designer or project director for five Lilly Endowment grants to Ball State totaling more than $36 million. Two of the projects have addressed student retention, and the most recent funded a new Center for Media Design. "I tried to bring the small, liberal arts experience I had enjoyed so much in my years as student and educator at Anderson, to Ball State through the Freshman Experience and retention programs," Pitts said. "Those experiences transfer well to the University of Indianapolis, which provides an important liberal arts foundation, as well as the opportunity for personal relationships between faculty and students that lead to retention and academic success. "The university has come so far in the last few years. It has wonderful programs and great potential to serve Indianapolis and Indiana. It's exciting to go to a university that's in such great shape and has so many possibilities ahead. I am hopeful my communications background will help in telling the university's story further, to bring it even greater visibility and prestige." "It's reassuring to leave the university in such good hands," said Israel. "I'm delighted that someone of Dr. Pitts' experience and leadership ability has accepted the opportunity to become the next president. Her knowledge and visibility in Indiana will allow for a smooth transition and rapid development of her presidency."

Provost/ Senior Vice President Deborah Ware Balogh, former interim provost and vice president for academic affairs at Ball State University, assumed her new post at the University of Indianapolis on June 15, 2006.

Balogh has been interim provost and vice president for academic affairs at Ball State since June 2005. Prior to that, she served as dean of the Graduate School at Ball State for six years, the last two while also serving as associate provost. She has been instrumental in bringing significant external funding to the university.

Balogh said she was attracted by the quality and enthusiasm of the faculty, strong community engagement and nationally recognized academic programs of the University of Indianapolis. "As a resident of Indianapolis, I've been watching the university's reputation and community presence grow, and I'm impressed by the entrepreneurial spirit I see in its business and community collaborations. I'm honored and delighted to have the opportunity to become part of an institution with such a strong foundation and forward momentum."

Balogh, who joined the Ball State faculty in 1981, holds three degrees from Bowling Green State University: a bachelor's in psychology and master's and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology. In addition, she completed a postdoctoral internship at The Ohio State University School of Medicine in 1980.

A clinical psychologist whose research specialty is vulnerability to schizophrenia,

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torate in higher education.

The new provost and vice president is a fellow of the Society for Personality Assessment and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Personality Assessment. She is the author or co-author of dozens of articles, books and book chapters. Her recent research has focused on ethics in teaching, workplace climate and sexual harassment in the workplace. Balogh replaced Everette Freeman, who resigned to accept the presidency of Albany State University in Georgia.


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Dr. Sue WILLEy

Director of Athletics Dr. Sue Willey begins her sixth year as director of athletics and her 33rd overall at the university. The 2005 Division II Administrator of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Woman Athletic Administrators (NACWAA), Dr. Willey has devoted herself to UIndy athletics in numerous different ways. Student-athlete, coach, administrator and diehard fan are all roles that she’s played over her three-plus decades at the school.

Diversity and the DII Championships Eligibility Project Team. Willey served as chair of the DII Management Council during the 2004 year and completed her term of service at in early 2006.

Dr. Willey was selected as the 2004 "Pathfinder Award Winner" presented in recognition of her strong commitment to provide quality sport and leadership opportunities for girls and women in the state of Indiana. Dr. Willey continues to serve on numerous boards, being appointed to four-year terms on both the NACWAA Executive Board and the DII Nominating Committee. She is a graduate of the NACWAA Institute for Athletic Executives.

Dr. Willey serves on the Great Lakes Valley Conference Executive Committee and she ijust completed serving a four-year term on the NCAA II Great Lakes Region Softball Committee. Dr. Willey has been active in the governance of intercollegiate athletics her entire career. During the late 70's and prior to NCAA committee work, she served on the Executive Committee of the Indiana Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (IAIAW). She also has served on various NCAA Division II regional ranking committees, as well as the D-II legislation committee.

UIndy has excelled under Dr, Willey's leadership. NCAA postseason tournament appearances and conference championships have come in handfuls under her guidance. Two sports, volleyball and women’s soccer, have won their conference and advanced to NCAA tournament play for the first time in the school’s history under her direction. Individual national champions have emerged in track and field and swimming while wrestling has produced two national runners-up. As always, the UIndy student-athlete continues to succeed in the classroom as this past year, a conference-most 149 student-athletes were named to the Great Lakes Valley Conference All-Academic Team. Add in 38 more All-Academic honorees in swimming and football in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and the school can boast 187 total all-conference award winners. The athletic department’s facilities have undergone some major renovations in her tenure. Key Stadium’s turf was put in place in the summer of 2004 with the lights being added the following summer. The playing surface at Nicoson Hall has been redone and a complete facelift of the west entrance includes murals and a Greyhound logo entrenched in the new terrazzo floor. The school also boasts a new home to its tennis teams, the UIndy Tennis Center, just blocks from campus. The indoor facility is a domes structure with seven courts, enabling teams to compete and practice rain or shine. Dr. Willey recently completed a four-year term on the highest NCAA Committee available to athletic administrators-the NCAA Division II Management Council. Her Management Council assignments included the DII Budget and Finance Committee, DII Student-Athlete Reinstatement Committee, DII Management Council Identity Subcommittee, DII Championships Regionalization Task Force, DII Project Team to Review Issues Related to

Dr. Lawrence SONDHAUS

Dr. Willey's responsibilities as director of athletics include participation on several important campus committees. She was the first female to serve on the President's Cabinet, and is a member of the Enrollment Management Committee as well as the Financial Aid and Policies Committee. She is a regular volunteer for the UIndy United Way Committee, as well as a cook for the campus Midnight Breakfasts.

Dr. Willey is a frequent guest speaker for various groups. Her past engagements include speaking at the NCAA Conference Interns Seminar, Gender Equity and Issues Forum, DII Conference Commissioners, NCAA National Convention, UIndy Student Affairs Division, NACWAA/HERS Institute for Administrative Advancement, Women's Leadership Symposium, NCAA Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Males, and a graduate class at Ball State University. Due to a growing need for academic support for UIndy student-athletes Dr. Willey submitted an application for an NCAA Grant in 2005. The University of Indianapolis was selected to receive one of six NCAA Division II Strategic Alliance Matching Grants. This grant made it possible for Dr. Willey to enhance the part-time academic advisor position to fulltime. Daryl Gibbs was named Assistant Athletics Director for Academic Services and continues to be the driving force behind the growth of the CHAMPS/Lifeskills program. A 1993 inductee into the UIndy Athletic Hall of Fame, Dr. Willey earned an incredible 19 letters and 11 MVP awards in her four-year career. She was the "Female Athlete of the Year" from 1972-75. She began her coaching career at her alma mater after graduating cum laude from UIndy in 1975. The versatile Willey coached 23 years at U of I, directing 43 different teams in five sports. She was the GLVC softball "Coach of the Year" in 1989, and her softball teams earned national academic honors in 1996 and 1997. Dr. Willey is an associate professor of health and physical education at UIndy and has taught in the Department of Kinesiology for more than 27 years, with a special teaching interest in sport ethics. Dr. Willey holds a master's degree and a doctorate from Indiana University.

Faculty Athletic Representative

Dr. Lawrence Sondhaus, chair of the University of Indianapolis History and Political Science department, is in his sixth year as the UIndy faculty athletic representative. Sondhaus jumped right in to his new position, serving on the Great Lakes Valley Conference Expansion Committee.

Dr. Sondhaus has been a professor of history at UIndy since 1987, starting his tenure as department chair in 2000. Sondhaus specializes in naval and military history, authoring eight books. He earned his bachelor's degree from Elon University in 1980, his master's from the University of Virginia in 1982, and his doctorate from UVa in 1986. The St. Louis native and his wife, Rovena, have a son, Paul.

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CITy OF INDIANAPOLIS The city of Indianapolis continues to thrive. The most recent jewel in the city’s crown is the stunning Indiana State Museum in White River State Park, which opened in May 2002. This edifice on Downtown’s Canal Walk comes on the heels of other recent additions such as the NCAA national office and its Hall of Champions, Conseco Fieldhouse, Indiana Fever Women’s National Basketball Association franchise, and the soon to be completed Lucas Oil Stadium. New buildings and facilities are everywhere in Indiana’s capital city, and progress continues. Downtown life has been rejuvenated in the past quarter-century, and the city is recognized as a national center for amateur sports. Indianapolis, called the Crossroads of America, is within a threehour drive for more than 15 million people; half of the United States’ population lives only a day’s drive from the city, and Indiana boasts more interstate highways than any other state. Indiana’s capital is the nation’s 12th-largest city (population: 800,000) and is the largest inland city in the country. Counting the residents of the greater metropolitan area, the population rises to some 1.5 million. There are 12 institutions of higher learning in or near the city, which boasts the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Indiana Repertory Theater, Indianapolis Opera, Conner Prairie Pioneer Settlement, and the new Indiana State Museum. The city is home to White River Park with its lovely Canal Walk, an oasis with lush landscaping, large fountains, antique-style street lamps, walkways, pedestrian bridges, pedal boats, jogging paths, and murals depicting scenes of life in Indiana. The park includes the Indianapolis Zoo, White River Gardens, the IMAX theatre, and the NCAA campus. The four-story Circle Centre mall offers plenty of shopping, food, and fun.

Indy is famous for auto racing; the world’s largest single-day sporting event is the 500 race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, annually drawing 300,000 spectators. The NASCAR All-State 400 at the Brickyard and Formula One US Grand Prix add to the city’s racing laurels. Indianapolis hosted the Pan American Games in 1987 - the last time the games were held in the U.S. - and the NCAA Final Four men’s basketball tournament in 1991, 1997, 2000 and 2006; it will host it again in 2010. Indy scored the Basketball World Championships in 2002 and played host to the 1991 World Gymnastics Championship; Olympic trials in swimming, diving, and synchronized swimming; national championships in gymnastics, track and field, rowing, canoeing/kayaking, swimming, diving, ice skating, archery, synchronized swimming, and NCAA championships in many of the same sports. Indy has hosted these events with a world-class array of multimillion dollar facilities: the National Institute for Fitness and Sport; Conseco Fieldhouse, home of the NBA’s Pacers and WNBA’s Indiana Fever; the 55,506-seat RCA Dome, home of the NFL’s Colts; one of the fastest swimming pools in the world in IU’s Natatorium; Indianapolis Tennis Center with 24 tennis courts and 8,000-seat stadium; the 12,111-seat IU Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium; Major Taylor Velodrome, site of international and national cycling meets; and Victory Field, home of the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians, a minor league affiliate of the MLB’s Pittsburgh Pirates. Other pro sporting events in Indy have included the U.S. Women’s Open, the PGA, the Brickyard Crossing Senior Golf Classic, and RCA Tennis Championships. The city hosted the Davis Cup quarterfinals in 1998. Indy sports the Indiana Ice amateur hockey team and the Indiana Blast men’s professional soccer team, and serves as headquarters for many national amateur sports governing bodies and the National Track and Field Hall of Fame.

UNIVERSITy OF INDIANAPOLIS Founded in 1902 by what is now the United Methodist Church, the University of Indianapolis is a comprehensive institution of higher education with a faculty and student body representing diverse faiths, nationalities, and racial and ethnic heritages. The 4,300 students are drawn from around the world to the academically challenging undergraduate, master's and doctoral programs the university offers, and especially the strong programs in business, education and the nationally ranked health sciences. The University of Indianapolis is inspiring excellence with a personal approach to education and a commitment to academic quality. Outstanding faculty inspire students in small classes that allow individual attention. Further, students are encouraged to apply their knowledge to real-world situations, through internships, active learning in the classroom and community service. Top-tier rankings * Ranked in the top tier of universities in its class by U.S.News & World Report, the University offers a comprehensive education toward degrees in arts and sciences, education, and health care, with all courses taught by qualified faculty, not teaching assistants. Outstanding degree programs * The University offers 22 master’s and five doctoral programs, with several graduate programs ranked among the best in the country. * The University’s interdisciplinary centers, the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning and the Center for Aging and Community, represent the most up-to-date theory and practice in the fields of education and gerontology. International campus and affiliations * The University of Indianapolis-Athens campus is a fully integrated internation-

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al campus of the University, located near historic Syntagma Square in the Plaka at the base of the Acropolis. * Additionally, University affiliations in Israel, Belize, and Asia, combined with a significant number of international students on the Indianapolis campus, enrich the educational experience for all students. Personal attention * With caring, dedicated professors, a student-to-faculty ratio of 12 to 1, and an average class size of 18 students, the University of Indianapolis provides personal attention to students in a nurturing environment. * Students are treated as individuals in registration, financial aid, residence life, and other areas that can “make or break” the college experience. Opportunities for students to apply learning * University of Indianapolis students are encouraged to apply their learning through internships, service projects, or other real-world experiences. Students benefit directly from the campus's close proximity to the city, its community partnerships, and faculty with active professional connections. * The University's Institute for Emerging Careers is identifying new career paths for students, and developing the curriculum and experiences students need to be well-prepared for professional life in these fields. * The University's commitment to community partnerships is exemplified in the nearby Fountain Square area, where faculty and students are bringing vital health care services to local residents, and opportunities to volunteer or earn servicelearning credits abound.


FACILITIES

INDIANA CENTRAL LITTLE LEAGUE

The UIndy softball team will call the Indiana Central Little League’s softball field home for the 2009 season. The Greyhounds had to make the move after their former facility, Baumgartner Field, was replaced with a new dormitory on campus. The university is exploring options to relocate the squad to another on-campus location in the future. ICLL’s field, just off of Keystone Avenue less than a mile from the UIndy campus, will be utilized for the Greyhound’s seven home dates in 2009 and for practice during the season. UIndy’s softball

team has previously held youth clinics at the facility. Prior to heading off campus to ICLL, the Greyhounds called Baumgartner Field home. The facility was located to the North of the Schwitzer Center, adjacent to Greyhound Park, home of the UIndy baseball team. The former Greyhound home venue had a seating capacity of 300, with lights added in 2001. The university is currently constructing a dorm on the former field, with the housing set to open

RUTH LILLy FITNESS CENTER Opened in 1984, the Ruth Lilly Fitness Center is the nucleus of the Greyhound Athletic department. The Ruth Lilly Center is home to coaches’ offices, Methodist Hospital/Methodist Sports Medicine Life Fitness Center, video viewing rooms, meeting rooms, athletic training room and athletic administration offices. The weight room, a part of the Life Fitness Center, has been extensively renovated. The Zupancic Wall of Fame, named for former Greyhound and current Colts Vice President of Business Development Tom Zupancic, is featured in the weight room. The Life Fitness Center includes Cybex, Hammer, and Nautilus selectorized weight machines for total body toning and rehabilitation. It also features more than 10,000 pounds in free weights, dumbbells, and heavy lifting equipment for power training. Batting cage facilities are also located in the Ruth Lilly Fitness Center, and are utilized yearround by both the Greyhound baseball and softball teams. The RLFC pool, opened in 1982, is a 25yard/meter eight-lane competitive facility that also includes a separate 13-foot-

in the Fall of 2009. The four-story building will have 160 single-occupant rooms, and is slated to be named “East Hall”. The project also includes the addition of 250 parking spaces to campus. Baumgartner Field was named for Mary “Wimp” Baumgartner, who played in the All-American Girl's Professional Baseball League during the late 1940s. Baumgartner was a long-time coach and teacher in the public school system and was a charter member of the Indiana High School Athletic Association’s first board for women.

deep diving well with two one-meter and one three-meter maxiflex diving boards. Daktronics timing system is used. The facility features the use of underwater viewing, helpful in stroke analysis. The Greyhound volleyball team and wrestling teams host home events at the Ruth Lilly Fitness Center. The sunken court allows fans to enjoy the action from both the bleachers and from the track that encircles the court. The west side bleachers hold 500 fans with standing room capacity for 500 more. The court surface doubles as a full-length basketball practice area as well as four other practice shooting areas. The Wetherald Wrestling Room, named for legendary coach Terry Wetherald, is on the south end of the gym and houses the Greyhound wrestling program. 35


GREAT LAKES VALLEy CONFERENCE

The Great Lakes Valley Conference has undergone significant change. Making its name throughout the last three decades as a power in NCAA Division II basketball, the GLVC has seen success in many sports, and the league can now claim itself as one of the nation's top in all NCAA Division II athletics.

Milwaukee/Northern Illinois (UW-Parkside), Chicago (Lewis), Indianapolis (Indianapolis), Cincinnati (Northern Kentucky), Louisville (Bellarmine), Evansville (Southern Indiana), Owensboro (Kentucky Wesleyan), Kansas City (Rockhurst) and St. Louis (Maryville, UM-St. Louis).

With former-member SIU Edwardsville departing the league to transition to NCAA Division I, the GLVC recently added a pair of new members: Maryville and Illinois-Springfield, each of whom will join the conference in the 2009-10 campaign. The league now boasts 15 members after the 2005-06 academic year brought the addition of Drury University, the University of MissouriRolla (now Missouri University of Science and Technology), and Rockhurst University.

The conference sponsors 17 championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, indoor and outdoor track and field, and tennis for men and basketball, cross country, softball, soccer, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, golf, and volleyball for women. The GLVC sponsors more women’s golf teams that any other Division II league in the country.

The formation of the GLVC can be traced as far back as 1972 when the athletic directors of three member schools - Kentucky Wesleyan, Bellarmine and Indiana State University at Evansville (now the University of Southern Indiana) - began preliminary discussions about forming a basketball conference. Four years later, the University of Indianapolis and Saint Joseph's College expressed interest. On July 7, 1978, those schools - along with Ashland University - united to become the GLVC. Since formulation of the conference, ten schools have joined the league: Lewis University (1980), Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne (1984), Northern Kentucky University (1985), Kentucky State University (1989), Quincy University (1994), Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (1994), University of Wisconsin-Parkside (1994), University of Missouri-St. Louis (1995), Drury (2005), Missouri-Rolla (2005), and Rockhurst (2005). Ashland and Kentucky State left the conference after the 1994 season, while IPFW left the league following the 2000-01 academic year. Along with its expansion came the hiring of the league's first full-time commissioner in 1996. In 2001, an associate commissioner was added to the full-time conference staff, and a part-time sports information director joined in 2004. The conference headquarters are located in downtown Indianapolis. The GLVC can claim schools in many of the Midwest’s major media markets, with schools in

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The addition of SIU Edwardsville, Quincy, Wisconsin-Parkside, and Missouri-St. Louis in the mid-1990s allowed the GLVC to become an immediate national power in several sports such as men's and women's soccer, women's softball and tennis. The conference expanded to include women's basketball in 1983-84 and immediately established a women's-men's doubleheader format in league play to ensure maximum exposure for both squads. GLVC basketball games take place on Thursday and Saturday nights in November, December, January and February. GLVC institutions have won 10 national championships in basketball. Kentucky Wesleyan leads all Division II institutions with eight men’s basketball titles, while Southern Indiana won the men’s crown in 1995 and finished as the runner-up in the 2004 tournament. Northern Kentucky’s women won the school’s first-ever national championship in 2000 and added a second title in 2008. In 2001, the league announced the creation of the GLVC Hall of Fame, with the first class being inducted in 2002. The GLVC annually presents the Richard F. Scharf Paragon Award to the top male and female student-athlete in the league, and the Bertram Award to a distinguished alum who both succeeded while a GLVC student-athlete and excelled in accomplishments after graduation.

May 1-3, 2009 EastSide Centre East Peoria, Illinois Friday, May 1: $10/adults; $7/children; 5-under Free Saturday, May 2: $5/adults; $3/children; 5-under Free Sunday, May 3: $5/adults; $3/children; 5-under Free


CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Baseball

1949 1952 1953 1954 1956 1958 1959 1961

1964 1971 1973 1974 1981 1982 1984 2001

Men’s Basketball

1949 1951 1956 1960 1963

1964 1965 1967 1997

Women’s Basketball

1993

Men’s Cross Country

1950 1951 1952 1958 1959 1961 1963

1965 1972 1974 1975 1976 1977 2000

2003 Men’s Tennis

Women’s Swim/Dive

2002 2004

Volleyball

2003

Women’s Tennis

2005

1988 1990 1991 1993

1996 2002 2004 2005

1955 1960 1979 1989 1991

1992 1993 1994 1995

Women’s Soccer

2006

Women’s Cross Country

1992 Football

1947 1953 1954 1955

1960 1978 1981

1978 1982 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

1993 1996 1997 1998 2001 2008

Women’s Golf

Men’s Outdoor Track

1951 1962 1963 1973

Men’s Golf

1980 1981 2002 2003

Women’s Outdoor Track

2002 2004

1999 2000

2001

Wrestling *

1965 1968 1969 1970 1971

1973 1975 1976 1977 1978

Throughout its rich history of intercollegiate athletics, the University of Indianapolis has been a member of a number of athletic conferences. Known as Indiana Central until 1985, the institution was a highly successful member of the Hoosier College Conference (HCC) from the 1940s through 1970. With its move to the NCAA from the NAIA, the university participated in the Indiana Collegiate Conference (ICC) from 1971-1976 and later the Heartland Collegiate Conference (HCC) from 1976-78. With the exception of football, most Greyhound teams moved to the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) when it was formed in 1978, becoming a charter member in the new league. Since its inception, many GLVC teams and individual athletes have enjoyed outstanding success at the national level in NCAA Division II.

Greyhound football teams remained in the Heartland Collegiate Conference from 1978 until 1990 when UIndy became a charter member of the Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference (MIFC). Formed as a football only conference, the MIFC incorporated teams from the HCC and the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC). In 1999, the MIFC merged as part of the GLIAC and Indianapolis became an associate member as a football only school. The GLIAC is regarded nationally by many as the top football conference in NCAA Division II. In 2000, UIndy men’s and women’s swimming and diving gained a conference affiliation when both teams joined football as associate members of the GLIAC.

GLIAC Ashland University Ferris State University Findlay University Grand Valley State University Hillsdale College University of Indianapolis Lake Superior State University Michigan Tech University Northern Michigan University Northwood University Saginaw Valley State University Tiffin University Wayne State University

GLVC Bellarmine University Drury University Kentucky Wesleyan College Lewis University Missouri Science and Technology Northern Kentucky University Quincy University Rockhurst University Saint Joseph’s College University of Indianapolis University of Missouri-St. Louis University of Southern Indiana University of Wisconsin-Parkside

*For years, the university has fielded outstanding teams in wrestling, with many of its athletes enjoying competitive success nationally. However, at the present time, no NCAA Division II conference within our geographical range has enough teams participating to conduct conference championships for the sport. Therefore, the wrestling program competes as an NCAA Division II independent.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS/ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS MEN’S SWIMMING Alex Arestis Cole Tedhams Cole Tedhams Cole Tedhams Orel Oral Orel Oral Orel Oral Orel Oral Orel Oral Orel Oral Orel Oral

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD

200 free 100 free 50 free 50 free 100 back 200 IM 400 IM 200 IM 400 IM 100 breast 200 IM

2008 2005 2005 2004 2003 2003 2003 2001 2001 2000 2000

Andrea Horban Vijicha Amaraseka Vijicha Amaraseka Brett Burkhart

Shotput Javelin Javelin Hammer

2006 1995 1994 1992

DAMEION SMITH

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD Dameion Smith Andy Richardson Andy Richardson Andy Richardson Brian Evans Chris Green Randy Heisler Randy Heisler Randy Heisler Dennis Young Dave Wollman

Hammer Shotput Shotput Shotput Discus 400M hurdles Discus Discus Discus Discus Shotput

2004 1999 1998 1997 1995 1986 1984 1983 1982 1981 1977

ANDREA HORbAN

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS The University of Indianapolis is proud to have had 41 College Sports Information Directors of America -- Academic All-Americans all-time. That (CoSIDA) total includes 29 different honorees since 2000. CoSIDA selects Academic All-America teams in 12

Baseball 2001 Peter Babcock 2001 Brian Bigam 2001 Alan Ready 2001 Ryan Sorrels Football 2003 Troy Tinsley 2000 Brad Crawford 1999 Brad Crawford 1995 Ted Munson 1994 Ted Munson 1976 William Willan

1st 2nd 1st 2nd

1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd ---

Men’s At-Large 2002 Jason Warthan 2nd 2000 David Litman 1st 1999 David Litman 2nd 1999 Scott Riggle 1st 1998 Scott Riggle 1st 1997 Scott Riggle 1st 38 1996 Krishnan Chandrasekhar 2nd

programs: football, womens volleyball, men's soccer, women's soccer, mens basketball, womens basketball, baseball, softball, mens track & field/cross country, womens track & field/cross country, mens at-large and womens at-large. A first team, second team and third team are selected in

Men’s Track/Cross Country 2003 Seth Daugherty 2nd 2003 Cory Ferguson 2nd Softball 1996 Amy Steieter 1994 Brenda Nicholson

1st 2nd

Women’s At-Large 2007 Ellie Miller 2005 Kristen Kendzierski 2004 Megan Grunert 2004 Grace Wilhoite 2003 Megan Grunert 2003 Courtney Tate 2002 Megan Grunert 2002 Courtney Tate 2001 Erin Archer 2001 Maria Harriman 2000 Erin Archer 2000 Melissa Bigam 1994 Lisa Precourt

3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 1st 3rd 3rd 2nd

both the University (Division I and I-AA) and College (Division II, III and NAIA) Divisions. Football consists of just first and second teams.

Women’s Soccer 2006 Jenny Beerbower 2005 Michelle Sovern 2004 Michelle Sovern 2002 Erin Archer 2002 Leslie Johnson 2002 Stephanie Johnson

3rd 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd

Women’s Track/Cross Country 2002 Maria Harriman 1st


HALL OF FAME/DIRECTOR’S CUP

Class of 1986 George Crowe '43 Harry Good '25 Willie Martin '62 Angus Nicoson '42 Dick Nyers '56 Kevin Pearson '79 Class of 1987 Ray Crowe '38 Bill Green '56 Oscar Smith '30 Class of 1988 Bill Bright '54 Dr. Charles Dill '50 William Sharpe '39 Class of 1989 Wimp Baumgartner '57 John Byers, Sr. '37 Robert Jewell '56 Class of 1990 Edgar Bright '26 Hank Potter '39 Bailey Robertson '57 Class of 1991 John Jarosinski '65 Robert McBride '48 Marilyn Ramsey '63

Class of 1992 Woody McBride '52 Dick Nalley '77 Mickey Powell '61 Doreen St. Clair '61 Class of 1993 Dave Dejernett '35 Dave Shaw '52 Sue Willey '75 Class of 1994 Don Bunge '48 Jerry England '61 Dave Wollman '79 Class of 1999 Judie Birgerson '67 Don Bisesi '61 Randy Heisler '86 Dr. Robert Brooker Class of 2000 Chuck Mallender George Marshall '59 June Wernke Rigney '90 Mike Wishnevski '90 Dave Wood '76 Tom Zupancic '78

Class of 2001 Jack Colescott '52 Oscar Gardner '74 LuAnn Humphrey '84 Ami Jackson Perryman '88 Bob Otolski '60 Dwight Swails '51 1933 Baseball Team 1941-42 Men's Basketball Team 1952 Baseball Team 1953 Football Team Class of 2002 Ralph Davis '42 Courtney Sands Gault '93 Debbie Law Marr '85 Dennis Young '81 1963-64 Men's Basketball Team 1992-93 Women's Basketball Team Class of 2003 Phil Acton '62 Bill Bless '63 Larry Hanni '54 Don Poole '61 1975 Football Team Class of 2004 Linda Rule Barnett '70 Ken Brooks '76 Pete Bullard '65 Dr. Dave Huffman '64 Sharon Most '63 1955-56 Men's Basketball Team

Class of 2005 Marshall Goss '60 Ray Howard '61 Al Morgan '59 Kristie Swing Schulz '84 Vasco Walton '66 1933-34 Men's Basketball team 1992 Men's Track Team Class of 2006 Tom Hathaway '54 Tandace Joseph '84 Jerry Lewis '62 Elmer Linville '36 Steve Montgomery '76 Class of 2007 Lowell "Odie" Barnett '39 Michelle Faulkner-Nicholson '93 Wade Hall '83 Tom Moran '64 Ken Partridge '58 1989-90 men's golf team Class of 2008 Hank Easter '61 Gary Romesser '73 Bill Tutterow '69 Paul Velez '56 1993-94 women's swim team Class of 2009 Mark Bless '84 Walter Brenneman '41 Dennis McNulty '77 Andy Richardson '98 1972-73 baseball team

U.S. Sports Academy/NACDA Directors' Cup Standings Year 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Place 38th 5th 78th 96th 38th 8th 55th 13th 14th 18th 44th 18th 15th

Points 205.0 390.5 70.0 60.0 221.5 438.0 210.5 450.5 440.0 410.5 285.25 464.5 495.25

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DIVISION II QUICKFACTS

NCAA Division II is one of three membership divisions in the National Collegiate Athletic Association, a voluntary organization comprising almost 1,300 institutions, conferences, and affiliated organizations.

· Division II has 12 NCAA-sponsored championships for men (6,116 studentathletes) and 13 NCAA-sponsored championships for women (5,828 stu dent-athletes).

The NCAA and its three membership divisions are committed to promoting education, athletics participation, and the general well-being for the 360,000 student-athletes who compete each year in NCAA-sponsored sports.

· Division II institutions sponsor an average of 6.5 men's sports and 7.2 women's sports.

Division II is a group of institutions and conferences in all 50 states and Puerto Rico, whose members are committed to balancing the student-athlete's overall educational experience and academic success with the student-athlete's participation in high-level intercollegiate athletics competition.

· The average operating expenses per Division II institution are $2,740,000 for those institutions that have football and $1,940,000 for those institutions without football.

Division II Athletics Programs Are Unique Because… Division II "Quick Facts" · The Division II membership is focused on an "academics first" philosophy, and the division's commitment to academic excellence supports the primary mission for NCAA schools: We are preparing student-athletes to go pro in something other than sports. · Division II student-athletes consistently graduate at a higher rate than the overall student body at Division II schools. This past year, Division II studentathletes on average graduated at a 10 percent higher rate than the total Division II student population. · Division II has 295 member schools-279 are active and 16 are provisional or reclassifying members. Of the 295 schools, 44 percent are private institutions and 56 percent are public institutions. · Division II has 22 active member conferences to which most of the Division II institutions belong; 17 of the active Division II member institutions have no conference affiliation and compete as independents. · Division II has two active member institutions in Alaska and four in Hawaii; it is the only division that has member institutions in Puerto Rico. · A regionalization philosophy is used to select teams for Division II national championships brackets from four, six or eight geographic regions of the country. This emphasis on being the best team in your geographic area helps schools prioritize scheduling of regional opponents, limit missed class time, and manage travel expenses. · Division II has an average of 359 student-athletes per football-playing institution; for those without football, the average is 202 student-athletes. · Division II's largest school has over 29,000 students while the smallest has a little over 400 students; the average undergraduate enrollment is 3,400 students.

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· Traditional rivalries with regional institutions dominate schedules of many Division II athletics programs. · Division II teams usually feature a number of local or in-state student-athletes. · Many Division II coaches perform other jobs or functions at their institutions, including teaching. · Many Division II student-athletes pay for school through a combination of scholarship money, grants, student loans, and employment earnings. · Most Division II athletics programs are fully integrated into the institution's operations and budget, like other academic departments on campus.

NCAA Mission To govern competition in a fair, safe, equitable and sportsmanlike manner, and to integrate intercollegiate athletics into higher education so that the educational experience of the student-athlete is paramount.

DII Positioning Statement Life in the Balance. Higher education has lasting importance on an individual's future success. For this reason, the emphasis for the student-athlete experience in Division II is a comprehensive program of learning and development in a personal setting. The Division II approach provides growth opportunities through academic achievement, learning in high-level athletic competition and development of positive societal attitudes in service to community. The balance and integration of these different areas of learning opportunity provide Division II student-athletes a path to graduation while cultivating a variety of skills and knowledge for life ahead.

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University of Indianapolis 2009 Softball Media Guide