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#1 Alyssa deacon

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#77 #88 Alison tansel marisa everitt


General Information School:.................................................................. Oakland University Location:.................................................................. Rochester, Mich.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Founded:......................................................................................1957 Enrollment:..............................................................................19, 053 Nickname:................................................................ Golden Grizzlies

Quick Facts.................................................................1

Colors:........................................................................ Gold and Black

Head Coach LaDonia Hughes....................................2

Affiliation:............................................................... NCAA Division I

Assistant Coach/Support Staff...................................3

Conference:.........................................................The Summit League President:................................................................Dr. Gary D. Russi

Roster.........................................................................4

Alma Mater:.................................................(SW Oklahoma St., ‘69)

Player’s Bios........................................................ 5-19

Athletics Director:............................................................ Tracy Huth Alma Mater:................................................................ (Oakland, ‘85)

2010 Results and Stats....................................... 20-21

Athletics Phone:...........................................................248-370-3190

Honors......................................................................22

Coaching Staff

Coaching History.....................................................23

Head Coach:.......................................... LaDonia Hughes, 1st season

Year-By-Year..................................................... 24-25

Office Phone:................................................................248-370-3103 Volunteer Assistant Coach:............................................... Rich Krus

Records.............................................................. 26-29 All-Time Letterwinners...........................................30

Softball History First Season:................................................................................1980

This is Oakland University................................ 31-33

Record:.............................................................233-379-3 (12 years)*

President Dr. Gary Russi..........................................34

.. * Softball was started in 1980, then dropped and reinstated in 2000 Summit League Regular Season Title:......................................2001

OU Athletic History.................................................35

Summit League Tournament Appearances:...................................5

Athletic Administration...................................... 36-37

Summit League Tournament Championships:............2 (2002, 03) Summit League Tournament Record:....................................... 12-8

Athletic Staff............................................................38

NCAA Regional Appearances:.......................................2 (2002, 03)

The Summit League........................................... 39-40

NCAA Regional Record:.............................................................. 2-4 All-Summit League Selections:......................................................32 All-Summit League Tournament Selections:................................20 Academic All-America:...............................Ericka Burns (2001, 03) Athletic Communications Director:.................................................................. Scott MacDonald Office Phone:................................................................248-370-4008 Assistant/Softball Contact:.............................................. Mike Bond Office Phone (Bond):...................................................248-370-3201 Email:................................................................... bond@oakland.edu Office Fax:.....................................................................248-370-4056 Website:.............................................................www.ougrizzlies.com Mailing Address:................................................. Oakland University

Athletics Center

2100 N. Squirrel Road

Rochester, MI 48309

CREDITS The Oakland University’s Men’s and Women’s Softball Media Guide is a publication of the Oakland University Athletic Communications office. Written and designed by Mike Bond with editorial help from Scott Dunford, Scott MacDonald and LaDonia Hughes. Photography: Rick Smith, Jose Juarez, Mike Bond and the OU Communications & Marketing Office. Cover Design: Mike Bond, Ladonia Hughes and Scott MacDonald. On the front cover (left to right) are Brittany Doyle, Dani Dulberg, Kylie Schalz and Kelsey Krych. The inside front features the six OU seniors.

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LADONIA HUGHES Head Coach LaDonia Hughes is in her first season as the head coach of the Oakland University softball team. Hughes was named to the position on Sept. 14, 2010. Hughes is very familiar with Oakland and The Summit League having spent the past four years as an assistant coach at Western Illinois. She assisted in helping the Fighting Leathernecks win three regular season title, one conference tournament and posting a record of 107-94 with a mark of 69-38 over the last two years. In 2007, WIU hit .329, the best average in league games. Hughes also coached left fielder Britt Mason to Summit League First Team honors. In 2008, WIU entered the conference tournament as the number four seed. They proceeded to go 3-0, becoming the lowest seed to win the tournament. The Leathernecks then recorded their first regional win by beating Drake 3-1. Hughes coached Colleen Biebel to all-league second team honors. Biebel was second on the team hitting .308 and had two doubles and a triple, drove in 10 runs and had 45 hits. In 2009, Hughes assisted in coaching Western Illinois to an overall record of 34-19, the fifth most wins in school history. They would go 21-2 in league action to capture the regular season crown. She coached left fielder Ashley Campbell to Summit League First Team honors, the only freshman to be selected to the team. As a team, the squad hit .300 which ranked among the top 25 in the country. WIU would go out to set school record team records for runs (270) and RBI’s (243). In 2010, the Leathernecks finished 35-19 overall, their second straight 34+ win season. They would finish 19-2 in The Summit League, capturing the regular season title for the third time in the last four years. Hughes coached Biebel and Beth Golitko to all-league first team honors. Hughes got her coaching start with the Richmond Storm 18U, an ASA travel team, in 2003. Her first collegiate position was as an assistant at Daytona Beach Community College in 2006.

Hughes started her collegiate playing career at Lake City Community College (2001-02). In 2001, she helped lead the team to the National Junior College Athletic Association Division 1 national championship. Hughes earned NJCAA All-American honors both seasons. Hughes transferred to LSU where she helped lead the Tigers to the NCAA Regional Tournament both seasons (2003-04). In 2004, LSU beat Illinois 4-1 to win the Waco, Texas Regional and advance to the College World Series for the second time in school history. The Tigers went 3-2 to finish third in the world series. As a senior, Hughes scored 53 runs, drove in 29 runs, stole 28 bases while batting .350 in 69 games. She was named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American Second Team and the All-South Region and All-SEC first teams. After her collegiate career, Hughes played six seasons in the National Professional Fastpitch Association (NPF). She stole 29 bases, drove in 44 runs, scored 89 runs, had 165 hits and batted .303 over the last five years of her career. In addition, Hughes played in the championship finals four times. In 2004, she helped the fourth seeded New England Riptide upset top seed Texas Thunder to get to the championship final. Following the season, Hughes was traded to the Arizona Heat (2005-06). She was named the team’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2006committing just one error while starting 46 of 48 games. In 2007 and 2008, Hughes played for the Washington Glory. In her first season, the Glory beat the Rockford Thunder two games to one to win the NPF Championship. In 2008, Washington returned to the finals, only to fall to the Akron Racers. In 2009, Hughes was playing for the USSSA Pride. The Pride reached the championship finals, where they lost to the Rockford Thunder. Hughes became the first player to reach the finals three consecutive times. A native of Farmville, Vir., Hughes has an associate’s in general studies from Lake City Community College and a bachelor’s in general studies from LSU. She is finishing a Masters in liberal arts and sciences at Western Illinois.

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MIKE BOND

RICH KRUS Volunteer Assistant Coach

Rich Krusis in his first season as an assistant coach for softball at Oakland University.Among his responsibilities will be working with the pitchers and fund raising.

Krus has over seventeen years of coaching experience at the collegiate

and interscholastic levels.He has spent time as a volunteer assistant at Henry Ford Community College and an assistant coach at Macomb Community College.

LAINIE BISBEE Assistant Athletic Trainer Entering her second year as assistant athletic trainer at Oakland University, Lainie Bisbee will primarily be working with women’s soccer, softball and men’s and women’s indoor track and field.

Prior to Oakland, Bisbee spent two years as a graduate assistant athletic

trainer at Ball State University, where she provided coverage of women’s field hockey and men’s and women’s swimming and diving, as well as assisting with football and tennis. Bisbee also interned at Disney’s Wide World of Sports and worked as an athletic training student at Calvin and Grand Valley State University.

In addition to being certified by the National Athletic Trainers’

Association Board of Certification, Bisbee is also a member of the Michigan Athletic Trainers’ Society, The Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.

Bisbee graduated from Grand Valley State in 2007 with a bachelor’s

degree in athletic training and earned her master’s degree in sports administration from Ball State in May of 2009.

Athletic Communications Assistant Mike Bond is in his second year as the Athletic Communications Assistant and third year overall at Oakland University. He had served as a Media Relations Intern at OU from Jan. to May 2008. Bond will be the primary contact for men’s and women’s track & field. Bond has 22 years of experience in sports information. He has had head positions at Cal State Monterey Bay and Graceland as well as assistant positions at Eastern Michigan, Montana State Billings, San Francisco State and Texas-Pan American. Bond has served as Director of Press Box Operations of the 2001 CCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships and Tri Meet Director of the 2003 RMAC/NCAA West Regional Wrestling Championships. In addition, he worked with the Olympic Track and Field programs of four countries (British West Indies, Nigeria, Surinam and the U.S.) at the 1996 Summer Olympics and all three of his wrestling media guides at SFSU were ranked among the top 20 in the nation by Wrestling USA and among the top six by Amateur Wrestling News. A native of Ypsilanti, Mich., Bond attended Macomb Community College where he earned one letter in tennis. He transferred to Eastern Michigan University earning a B.S. in History and a Michigan Secondary Teaching Certificate in 1993. While at EMU, Bond was a RHA Floor Governor for three and a 1/2 years, freshman orientation group leader for four years, REC/IM sports official/ supervisor for five years and was named the 1990-91 REC/IM Sports Official of the Year. Away from the office, Bond umpires adult slow pitch softball for Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation. He is single and resides in Holly, Mich.

DID YOU KNOW? Oakland has thrown five no-hitters in school history Mar. 23, 2002 Nicole Marzano vs. IPFW, 2-0 Apr. 19, 2002 Nicole Marzano vs. Valparaiso, 2-0 Apr. 4, 2003 Julie Anderson vs. Western Illinois, 13-0 (5 Innings) Feb. 21, 2004 Nicole Marzano vs. IPFW, 2-1 Apr. 19, 2009 Brittany Doyle vs. Rochester College 8-0 (5 Innings)

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2011 Oakland University Golden Grizzlies NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 44 77 88

NAME Alyssa Deacon Abbie Richardson Megan McQueen Alyssa Shriver Danielle Peters Dayna Peters Erika Polidori Leah DiCristofaro Colleen Zimmerman Brittany Doyle Katie Moy Kelsey Krych Kayla DeWitt Alivia Nikolaus Bailee Braunreuther Shannon Cleveland Erin Galloway Dani Dulberg Kylie Schalz Chelsea Carena Shelby Gott Brittany Prior Kerry Brennan Alison Tansel Marisa Everitt

Head Coach: Volunteeer Assistant Coach:

POS HT B/T OF 5-3 L/R P/DP 6-0 L/R 3B/1B 5-7 R/R SS/OF 5-4 R/R 3B 5-3 R/R OF 5-4 R/R C/OF 5-4 R/L 1B/C 5-2 L/R UTL 5-9 R/R RHP 5-6 R/R RHP 5-2 R/R OF 5-1 L/R C/3B 5-7 R/R OF 5-4 R/R UTL 5-7 R/R OF 5-7 R/R 2B 5-3 R/R 3B/DP 5-2 R/R UTL 6-0 R/R OF 5-5 L/R OF 5-5 L/R 2B/3B 5-6 R/R C/SS 5-6 R/R RHP 5-10 R/R LHP/OF 5-6 L/L

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

Hometown - Last School Clinton Township, Mich. - Clintondale HS Napoleon, Mich. - Napoleon HS Portage, Mich. - Portage Central HS Noblesville, Ind. - Nobelsville HS Washington Township, Mich. - Romeo HS Washington Township, Mich. - Romeo HS Brantford, Ontario, Canada - St. John’s College Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. - Lake Shore HS Tipton, Mich. - Jackson CC Lincoln, Park, Mich. - Lincoln Park HS Rochester Hills, Mich. - Auburn Hills Avondale HS Goodrich, Mich. - Goodrich HS Shelby Twp., Mich. - Utica HS Hilliard, Ohio - Hilliard Darby HS Clarkston, Mich. - Clarkston HS Portage, Mich. - Portage Central HS Grove City, Ohio - Grove City HS Birmingham, Mich. - Seaholm HS Aurora, Ill. - Rosary HS Temperance, Mich. - Temperance Bedford HS Bloomfield, Ind. - Bloomfield HS Farmington Hills, Mich. - Farmington Mercy HS Dearborn, Mich. - Dearborn HS Dundee, Mich. - Clinton HS Rossford, Ohio - Rossford HS

LaDonia Hughes Rich Krus

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seniors

marisa everitt

Alison tansel Alyssa deacon

Danielle Peters

Dayna Peters

Kerry Brennan 2011 Oakland University Softball - Page 5


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Kerry brennan senior • 5-6 • c • r/r dearborn, mich.

Coach Hughes on Kerry “Kerry has grown a lot from the fall and will continue to develop as a catcher and hitter for us. She is a team player that will do anything to make this team successful. Kerry is determined to learn and get batter everyday.” 2010 Saw action in 12 games ... Recorded a hit against Detroit (5/4) in 1-2 effort. 2009 Played in 11 games ... Tallied three walks while posting a .444 onbase percentage ... Stole one base in her only attempt.

2008 Played in 10 games ... Had her first collegiate hit versus Presbyterian College (2/25). Academic Achievements Two-time Academic All-Summit League selection (2008-09) ... Earned Academic All-State honors in high school on volleyball team ... Graduated in top five percent of her class ... President of Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Dearborn High School Earned four letters for coach Carrie Carpenter ... Named to the AllMega Conference team in all four seasons ... Tabbed all-city and alldistrict in final three seasons ... Garnered team’s most valuable player in 2005 and ‘06 ... Elected team captain in final two seasons ... Also lettered in basketball and volleyball. Personal Daughter of Marlene Brennan and Bill Brennan ... Mother is a retired Dearborn police officer ... Has a sister, Kelly (19) ... Brennan is majoring in elementary education.

Brennan’s Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R .100 10 1 10 1 .167 11 1 6 0 .067 12 5 15 0 .097 33 7 31 1

H 2B 3B 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0

HR RBI TB 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3

alyssa deacon senior • 5-3 • of • l/r

SLG% BB HBP SO OB% .100 1 0 5 .182 .167 3 0 2 .444 .000 0 0 4 .067 .097 4 0 11 .200

#1

clinton tonwship, mich. Coach Hughes on Alyssa “Alyssa will be very hard to defend with her ability to swing away as well as slap. We look to her to be an asset to us in the outfield and on the base path.” 2010 Played in 34 games, drawing the start in 31 ... Had six doubles, scored five runs and drove in six run ... Stole two bases against Furman (2/25) ... Went 2-for-2 against Buffalo (3/19) with a double and a RBI ... Drove in a run in three consecutive games. 2009 Played in 46 games, drawing the start in 45 ... Set the single-season school record with 19 stolen bases ... Ranked second in The Summit League in stolen bases ... Was third on the team in batting average at .310 ... Had six doubles, scored 27 runs and drove in 10 runs ...

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

SB ATT 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

PO 4 23 27 54

A 3 1 4 8

E 1 1 2 4

FLD% .875 .960 .939 .939

Tied for the team lead with a nine-game hitting streak ... Was second on team with 14 multiplehit games ... Went 3-for-5 vs. South Dakota State (5/2) in season finale, scoring two runs and stealing one base. 2008 Played in 39 games, drawing the start in 36 ... Hit .275 while leading the team with 21 runs and eight stolen bases ... Had four doubles and one triple ... Tied for the team lead with 10 walks ... Reached base safely seven straight times in doubleheader versus Presbyterian College (2/25), going 6-for-6. Clintondale High School Earned four letters for coach Andy Kastl ... Named league’s most valuable player as a senior ... Finished her senior season with the seventh highest batting average in the state ... Elected team captain for senior season ... Earned four letters in cheerleading and one in volleyball, Personal Daughter of Cathy and Tom Deacon ... Has a brother, Tad (18) ... Deacon is majoring in biology.

Deacon’s Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R H .275 39 36 109 21 30 .310 46 45 142 27 44 .222 34 31 90 5 20 .276 119 112 341 53 94

2B 3B 4 1 6 0 6 0 16 1

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% 0 9 36 .330 10 1 17 .342 0 10 50 .352 11 3 21 .369 0 6 26 .289 2 0 16 .239 0 25 112 .328 23 4 54 .328

SF 0 1 0 1

SH 2 5 3 10

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SB ATT 8 10 19 26 5 6 32 42

PO 21 51 26 98

A 3 2 0 5

E FLD% 1 .960 7 .883 3 .897 11 .904


Marisa Everitt senior • 5-6 • P/OF • L/L Rossford, ohio

#88

2008 Was 2-1 with 13 strikeouts and a 4.27 E.R.A. in 19.2 innings ... Allowed just one run over three innings of work versus Presbyterian College (2/25) to record her first collegiate victory, striking out two.

Coach Hughes on Marisa “Marisa has the ability to lead our team as a pitcher, first baseman and an outfielder. She also has the ability to hit with power and will prove to be one of our top hitters this season.”

Academic Achievements Two-time Academic All-Summit League selection (2008-09) ... National Honor Society ... Graduated fourth in her senior class.

2010 On the mound she was 5-13 with 18 starts and 26 appearances ... Led the team with 122 strikeouts and a 3.07 earned run average in 130 innings ... Threw a one-hitter against Central Michigan (3/31).

Rossford High School Earned four letters ... Garnered all-district honors as a senior ... Tossed two no-hitters ... Led team to sectional and district championships ... Lettered in bowling and volleyball.

2009 Was 2-5 with 44 strikeouts and a 3.77 E.R.A. in 42.2 innings of work ... Allowed no runs in four innings of work, giving up one hit and fanned five versus Southern Utah (4/4) ... Had two triples on the season ... Went 3-for-3 versus Centenary College (4/17) ... Drove in a run at Michigan State (4/23) and had one triple.

Personal Daughter of Kris and Hank Everitt ... Has two siblings, Miranda (23), Steven (15) ... Everitt is majoring in elementary education

Everitt’s Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

ERA 4.27 3.77 3.07 3.35

W 2 2 5 9

L 1 5 13 19

Avg GP GS AB .125 11 7 16 .256 21 12 39 .255 39 29 51 .236 71 48 106

App 11 11 26 48

GS 2 8 18 28

R H 2B 3B 2 2 1 0 3 10 0 2 3 13 3 0 8 25 4 2

CG 0 2 12 14

SHO 0 0 0 0

R 21 27 70 118

ER 12 23 57 92

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% 0 0 3 .188 3 0 7 .263 0 4 14 .359 1 0 7 .275 0 5 16 .314 2 0 7 .278 0 9 33 .311 6 0 21 .274

SF 0 0 1 1

#5

Danielle Peters Senior • 5-3 • 3B • R/r Washington Twp., Mich.

CBO 0 0 1 1

SV 0 0 1 1

IP 19.2 42.2 130 192.1

H 26 47 114 187

BB 12 8 26 48

SO 13 44 122 179

SH 0 3 2 5

2B 7 6 20 33

SB ATT 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

3B 0 1 0 1 PO 7 13 7 27

HR 1 9 21 31 A 7 8 28 43

BF B/Avg 104 .317 187 .275 550 .235 841 .253 E 0 1 1 2

FLD% 1.000 .955 .972 .972

2008 Played in 10 games ... Tallied seven assists at third base versus IUPUI (5/2). Academic Achievements Two-time All-Summit League selection (2008-09) ... National Honor Society.

Coach Hughes on Danielle Romeo High School “Danielle is a hard worker that is dedicated to making the team the Earned four letters for coach Ralph Wiktor ... very best. She is a true team player with a great attitude.” Helped lead team to two district championships and a regional title ... Tabbed all-county, all-district and all-conference first 2010 team as a senior ... Three-time all-county selection. Played in 45 games, drawing the start in 33 ... Drove in six runs and scored 16 ... Went 2-for-4 against Southern Utah (3/27), driving in Personal one run and scoring twice. Daughter of Karen and Don Peters ... Has three sisters, Nicole (25), Ashley (23) and Dayna (who plays for Oakland) ... Peters is majoring in 2009 medical laboratory sciences. Played in 26 games ... Batted .306 with a double and two triples ... Went 4-for-5 in a doubleheader sweep of Rochester College (4/19) ... Went 1-for-2 in a big win over Michigan State (4/23). Peters’ Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R H .000 10 2 10 1 0 .306 26 6 36 5 11 .218 45 33 101 16 22 .224 81 41 147 22 33

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

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% 0 0 0 .000 1 0 1 .091 0 4 16 .444 3 0 6 .359 0 6 24 .238 10 2 21 .301 0 10 40 .272 14 2 28 .301

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 6 6

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SB ATT 0 0 1 1 3 3 4 4

PO 1 1 30 32

A 12 6 52 70

E FLD% 1 .929 1 .875 8 .875 10 .911


Dayna Peters Senior • 5-4 • OF • R/r

#6

2008 Played in 12 games ... Posted her first collegiate hit at UMKC (3/14) with an RBI double. Academic Achievements Two-time Academic All-Summit League selection (2008-09) ... National Honor Society

Washington Twp., Mich. Coach Hughes on Dayna “Danya is a hard worker with an unselfish attitude that strives on making her teammate better everyday. She has a great attitude and is indeed a true team player.” 2010 Played in 14 games before suffering a season ending injury. 2009 Played in 17 games ... Went 2-for-3, with two RBIs, one double and one run scored versus Rochester College (4/19)

Romeo High School Earned four letters for coach Ralph Wiktor ... Helped lead team to two district championships and a regional title ... Garnered all-county (2nd team), all-district and all-region honors. Personal Daughter of Karen and Don Peters ... Has three sisters, Nicole (25), Ashley (23) and Danielle (who plays for Oakland) ... Peters is majoring in biology.

Peters’ Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R .167 12 2 12 3 .176 17 4 17 2 .000 14 2 9 0 .172 29 6 29 5

H 2B 3B 2 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 5 2 0

HR RBI TB 0 1 3 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 3 7

alison tansel Senior • 5-10 • P • R/R

SLG% BB HBP SO OB% .250 0 0 4 .167 .235 1 0 6 .222 .000 2 0 2 .182 .241 1 0 10 .200

#77

Dundee, Mich. Coach Hughes on Alison “Alison is a true team leader/player. She is dedicated to making this team the very best. She works tirelessly in and out of season to become the best pitcher she can. With Alison’s positive attitude and mental tools there is no limit to her success this season.” 2010 Was 2-8 with 24 strikeouts and a 4.45 earned run average in 45.2 innings ... Pitched a one-hitter against Buffalo (3/19) 2009 Was 2-5 with 27 strikeouts and a 4.25 E.R.A. in 51.2 innings ... Picked up her first collegiate save versus UMKC (3/28), tossing two scoreless innings ... Fanned two and allowed just five hits in six innings versus IUPUI (3/14).

SF 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

SB ATT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PO 1 0 0 1

A 0 1 1 1

E 0 0 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

Threw a complete-game shutout versus South Carolina State (2/27), striking out five for first collegiate victory ... Fanned four Minnesota (2/23) batters in 2.2 innings ... Picked up the win in relief versus Eastern Michigan (4/30), tossing the middle 3.2 innings Academic Achievements Two-time Academic All-Summit selection (2008-09) ... Honor Roll.

League

High School Lettered for coaches Kit Daniels (Dundee) and Al Roberts (Clinton) ... Garnered first team all-state, all-district and all-league honors as a senior ... Tabbed Lenawae County Pitcher of the Year in final season ... Earned first team all-league and all-district honors as a junior ... Tossed six no-hitters and one perfect game at Clinton as a senior ... Lettered in swimming and volleyball at Dundee and volleyball at Clinton Personal Daughter of Donna and Timothy Tansel ... Has four siblings, Jeff (43), Shley (41), Bryon (25) and Chris (23) ... Bryon and Chris swam at Oakland (2003-08) ... Her nephew Derek Hess, played baseball at Henry Ford Community College (2006-07) ... Tansel is majoring in wellness, health promotion and injury prevention.

2008 Was 2-4 with 30 strikeouts and a 3.25 E.R.A. in 51.2 innings ... Tansel’s Career Pitching Statistics Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

ERA 3.25 4.61 4.45 4.09

W 2 2 2 6

L 4 5 8 17

App 15 20 19 54

GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H 8 2 1 0 0 51.2 75 7 0 0 0 1 51.2 77 8 1 0 0 2 45.2 66 23 3 1 0 3 149 218

R 37 45 54 136

ER 24 34 29 87

BB 11 13 9 33

SO 30 27 24 81

2B 3 8 9 20

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3B 3 0 2 5

HR 1 4 4 9

BF 248 251 229 728

B/Avg .328 .339 .317 .328


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Leah dicristofaro Junior • 5-2 • C/1B • L/r

#8

... Had a double and home run, going 2-for-2 at Erskine College (2/26). Academic Achievements 2009 Academic All-Summit League ... National Honor Roll.

Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich.

St. Clair Shores Lake Shore High School Earned three letters for coach Cris Belanger ... Led her team to three consecutive district Coach Hughes on Leah “Leah will develop into a solid hitter for us. She has the ability to hit championships ... Helped team capture regional title as a sophomore ... with power, as well as average, which will work well with the diverse Garnered all-district first team honors and all-county third team honors as a senior ... Selected to participate in the MHSSA Division I Senior Allteam we have.” Star Game ... Three-time All-Macomb County selection ... Tabbed all-state honorable mention as a sophomore ... Was a member of the hockey 2010 Played in 41 games, drawing the start in 39 ... Led the Golden team at Grosse Pointe North H.S. as a freshman Grizzlies with a .308 batting average ... Had eight doubles, two triples and four home runs, scored15 runs and drove in 19 runs ... Personal Led the team with a .538 slugging percentage and a .390 on-base Daughter of Renee and Frank DiCristofaro ... Father is in the MHSAA percentage ... Went 2-for-3 against Lipscomb (2/26), driving in three Hockey Coaches Hall of Fame and serves as the head coach at St. Clair Shores High School ... Her brother Frank, played baseball at runs with a home run and a triple. Adrian (2003) and Wayne State (2004-05) and is the head baseball coach at Lakeview High School ... Her uncles both played collegiate 2009 Played in 46 games, drawing the start in 36 ... Ranked second on baseball, Charles Dubois at New England College (1987-88) and Daniel the team and fourth in The Summit League with eight sacrifice DiCristofaro at Macomb Community College(1979-80) ... DiCristofaro is bunts ... Drove in 12 runs, while smacking two home runs and six majoring in Elementary Education. doubles ... Finished the IUPUI series (3/14-15) 6-for-9, with two doubles, three runs scored and one RBI ... Went 3-for-3, with two runs scored and one stolen base at South Carolina State (2/24) DiCristofaro’s Career Statistics Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R .221 46 36 95 9 .308 41 39 104 15 .266 87 75 199 24

H 21 32 53

2B 3B 6 0 8 2 14 2

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% 2 12 33 .347 9 7 19 .325 4 19 56 .538 12 2 26 .390 6 31 89 .358 21 9 45 .358

Brittany doyle Junior • 5-6 • P • R/R

#10

Lincoln Park, Mich. Coach Hughes on Brittany “Brittany is a tenacious competitor who has the ability to lead our team on the field from the pitchers circle. Her pitches have improved along with her mental game, which will allow her to be a key component to our pitching staff.” 2010 Was 10-16 with 100 strikeouts and a 3.25 earned run average ... Led the team with 17 complete games and 161.1 innings pitched ... Tossed shutouts against Furman (2/25) and Detroit (5/4) ... Threw a one-hitter against Binghamton (2/21). 2009 Was 1-4 with a 4.20 E.R.A. in 30 innings ... Threw a no-hitter versus

SF 3 0 3

SH 8 2 10

SB ATT PO 2 3 66 1 1 154 3 4 220

A 1 20 21

E 1 4 5

FLD% .985 .978 .980

Rochester College (4/19), striking out nine and walking one for her first collegiate win ... Was Tabbed Summit League Co-Pitcher of the Week on April 20 ... Walked in her only plate appearance at Savannah State (2/23) with the bases loaded to score a run. Academic Achievements 2009 Academic All-Summit League ... National Honor Society ... Four-time member of honor roll ... Received Scholar-Athlete Award as a senior ... Four-year selection to Academic All-State Team. Lincoln Park High School Four-year letterwinner and two-time captain ... Named Female Athlete of the Year ... Four-time all-district and all-conference honoree ... Tabbed to the Downriver Dream Team in junior and senior seasons ... Helped lead team to district championships in freshman and senior seasons ... Tossed a no-hitter versus Melvindale as a junior. Personal Daughter of Bonnie and Patrick Doyle ... Has a brother, Kevin (22) ... Doyle is majoring in elementary education.

Doyle’s Career Statistics Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

ERA 4.20 3.17 3.33

W 1 10 11

L 4 16 20

App 13 30 43

GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H 4 2 1 0 1 30 36 28 17 2 0 1 161.1 207 32 19 3 0 2 191.1 243

R 22 122 144

ER 18 73 91

BB 5 49 54

SO 26 100 126

2B 5 26 31

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3B 2 4 6

HR 5 9 14

BF 131 781 912

B/Avg .308 .304 .304


#13

Kelsey krych Junior • 5-1 • OF • L/r Goodrich, mich.

Coach Hughes on Kelsey “Kelsey is one of the hardest working student-athletes I have coached and is highly admired by her fellow teammates. Kelsey has the potential to be a great leader for this team both with her attitude and knowledge of the game. We look to her to be an asset to us in the outfield and at the plate. She will be hard to throw out with her exceptional speed and bat control.” 2010 Named to the All-Summit League second team ... Started all but one of the 51 games she played ... Stole 37 bases breaking the school record and finishing with the third highest total in league history ... Led The Summit League in stolen bases and was ranked seventh in NCAA Division I ... Had 43 hits, scored 29 runs and batted .270 ... Scored three runs against Southern Utah (3/26) ... Stole a school record four bases against Tennessee Tech (2/26) ... Also recorded three swipes against South Carolina State (2/23) ^ Put together a 12-game hitting streak from Apr. 14- May 7. 2009

Medical Redshirt 2008 Was hitting .317 before suffering a season-ending injury versus North Dakota State (4/11) ... Tallied one triple, one inside-the-park home run and drove in four runs ... Posted an impressive .391 on-base percentage and stole six bases in seven attempts ... Scored 10 runs and earned five walks ... Top performance came versus Brown University (3/1), going 3-for-4, with two runs scored and one home run ... Finished 2-for-3, with two runs scored, one RBI and one triple at UMKC (3/14). Academic Achievements 2008 Academic All-Summit League selection ... National Honor Society. Goodrich High School ^ Earned four letters for coaches Rick Bescoe and Amy Gall ... Holds national record for most career stolen bases with 261 ... Was a four-time all-state selection, including three first team nods ... Stole 76 bases as a senior, fourth best all-time in state history ... Earned three letters in cross country helping her team win two state championships ... Was a two-time all-state selection. Personal Daughter of Susan and Gregory Krych ... Her uncle Dennis Krych, played baseball at Oakland and holds the single-season school record with a .432 batting average in 1980 ... Krych is majoring in Health Sciences.

Krych’s Career Batting Statistics Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R .317 20 17 41 10 .270 51 50 159 29 .280 71 67 200 39

H 13 43 56

2B 3B 0 1 2 0 2 1

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% 1 4 18 .439 5 0 13 .391 0 1 45 .283 18 0 31 .345 1 5 63 .315 23 0 44 .354

Kylie Schalz junior • 6-0 • utl • r/r

#23

SF 0 0 0

SH 2 5 7

SB ATT 6 7 37 40 43 47

PO 12 61 73

A 0 2 2

E 0 4 4

FLD% 1.000 .940 .949

Dakota State (4/10) ... Drove in two runs and went 3-for-5 in a sweep of Rochester College (4/19) ... Finished 3-for-6, with three RBIs and one run scored in a sweep at South Dakota State (5/1). Academic Achievements National Honor Society ... National Latin Exam Summa Cum Laude ... Kast Foundation Scholarship.

Aurora, Ill. Coach Hughes on Kylie “Kylie is a very hard worker and gives 100% in all she does, which motivates her teammates to do the same. Kylie is a solid all around player with range and tremendous arm strength. She will be a key offensive player as well as leader for us this season.”

Rosary High School Earned four letters for coach Tara Tattersall ... Played every single inning of her high school career ... Finished her senior season 13-7, with a school record 253 strikeouts, and a 0.85 earned run average ... Hit .538, with 32 RBIs and a slugging percentage of .667 in 29 games ... Named Rosary Female Athlete of the Year ... Tossed consecutive perfect games 2010 against Montini High School (4/14) and St. Francis (4/16) during senior Played in 33 games, drawing the start in 30 ... Had two home runs season ... Tabbed Daily Herald Newspaper, Kane County Chronicle and and two triples and drove in 24 runs ... Hit her first career grand Beacon News Softball Player of the Year as a senior ... Garnered all-area slam against Detroit (5/4) and hit another home run in the nightcap and all-conference honors in final two seasons. of that doubleheader ... Drove in eight runs in the series against South Dakota State (4/23-24) ... Posted three consecutive two-hit Personal games ... Went 2-3 against Eastern Michigan (4/14), driving in three Daughter of Robin and Bill Schalz ... Has a brother, Christopher (24) ... runs and smashing a triple. Father is the head swim coach at Rosary High School and has led team to three state titles ... Schalz is majoring in mechanical engineering 2009 Played in 41 games, drawing the start in 34 ... Had two home runs and drove in 13 runs ... Went 2-for-5 with a home run versus North Schalz’s Career Statistics Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R .202 41 34 94 7 .241 33 30 79 4 .220 74 64 173 11

H 19 19 38

2B 3B 2 0 5 2 7 2

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% 2 13 27 .287 6 0 28 .248 2 22 34 .430 6 0 25 .291 4 35 61 .353 12 0 53 .267

SF 1 1 2

SH 3 0 3

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SB ATT PO 0 0 86 1 1 149 1 1 235

A 22 19 41

E FLD% 14 .885 4 .977 18 .939


Colleen zimmerman junior • 5-9 • utl • r/r

#9

tipton, mich. Coach Hughes on Colleen “Colleen is continuing to grow from the fall and will continue to develop as a utility player and a hitter. She is determined to learn and get better everyday.” Jackson Community College (2009-10) Helped her team win 51 games in two years

Nicole Marzano (2002-05) Marzano was a three-time all-conference selection who in 2003 was named The Summit League Pitcher of the Year. She holds the singleseason (1.30 - 2003) and career (2.25) records for E.R.A. Marzano was named to the All-Great Lakes Region team in 2003 and threw three-no hitters in her career.

Clinton High School Earned four letters for Al Roberts ... Helped her team win four Division 3 District championships ... As a senior led her team to the Division 3 State Quarterfinals ... Three-time all-conference selection ... Earned all-state honors as a senior ... Two-time all-district and all-region honoree ... Lettered in basketball and volleyball. Academic Achievement National Honor Society ... Class Treasurer ... Phi Theta Kappa (International Honors Society). Personal Daughter of Rhonda and Bob Zimmerman ... Has a brother, Cullen (16) ... Father played baseball at Alma ... Zimmerman is planning on majoring in integrative studies.

Ericka Burns (2002-05) Burns is the best player in school history. She holds 11 career and six season records, is one of only five player in league history to make the All-Summit League first team four times, 2003 league player of the year and was a two-time academic all-america. To date, she is the only softball player in the OU Hall of Honor.

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#22

dani dulberg

Sophomore • 5-2 • 3b/dp • r/r Birmingham, mich. Coach Hughes on Dani “Dani has proved to be a huge vocal asset for us this season. She has shown her versatility by being able to train at several positions in the infield as she continues to grow as a hitter. Dani is a true team player and will step up wherever her team needs her.” 2010 Played in 37 games, drawing the start in 13 ... Drove in 16 runs

2009 Medical Redshirt Birmingham Seaholm High School Earned three letters for coach Mike Hessling ... Elected team captain as a senior ... Helped lead her team to back-to-back district championships her last two seasons ... Two-time all-district selection ... Also played tennis and volleyball Personal Daughter of Tracey Stulberg and David Dulberg ... Has two siblings, Dylan (15) and Brie (12) ... Dulberg is majoring in health sciences.

for the Golden Grizzlies ... Tied the school record by driving in six runs against Southern Utah (3/26 ... Hit her first collegiate home run against Coastal Carolina (3/20). Dulberg’s Career Statistics Year 2010

Avg .255

GP GS AB R H 2B 3B 37 13 55 2 14 6 0

HR RBI TB 1 15 23

SLG% BB HBP SO OB% .418 3 2 15 .311

#21

Erin Galloway

SF 1

SH 2

SB ATT 0 0

PO 1

A 1

E FLD% 2 .500

Grove City High School Earned four letters for coach Ted Williams ...

Sophomore • 5-3 • 2b • r/r

Named All-Metro first team at second base ...

Grove City, Ohio

Played in senior All-Star game ... Earned All-

Tabbed all-district second team as a senior ... OCC second team honors in junior season ... Two-year captain ... Helped lead team to three

Coach Hughes on Erin “Erin has the ability to be a solid hitter and infielder for us. She has all the tools; she will be able to achieve anything she sets her mind to.”

consecutive league titles (2007-09) ... Guided team to district and regional titles in junior season ... Lettered in basketball and soccer, Academic Achievements National Honor Society ... Honor Roll in all four years ... Student Council

2010 Played in 35 games drawing the start in 24 ... Scored nine runs, drove in four runs with three doubles ... Went 2-for-4 versus South Carolina State (2/23), scoring one run and hitting a double ... Had her first career home run against IPFW (3/7).

all four years (Class Treasurer). Personal Daughter of Susan and Greg Galloway ... Has two siblings, Ryan (21) and Taylor (12) ... Galloway is majoring in accounting.

Galloway’s Career Statistics Year 2010

Avg .215

GP GS AB R H 2B 3B 35 24 65 9 14 3 0

HR RBI TB 1 4 20

SLG% BB HBP SO OB% .308 12 1 12 .346

SF 0

SH 3

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SB ATT 2 2

PO 45

A 31

E FLD% 7 .916


Alivia nikolaus

#17

sophomore • 5-4 • of • r/r hilliard, ohio

Coach Hughes on Alivia “Alivia is a very talented ball player. With her quickness and arm strength she will be an asset for us in the outfield as well as at the plate. She is a team player and will do anything to make the team one percent better everyday.” 2010 Missed part of the season due to a shoulder injury ... Played in 37 games, drawing the start in 34 ... Had two doubles against Centenary (3/12) ... Hit a triple versus South Carolina State (2/23).

... Honorable Mention All-Metro in junior season ... 2009 Columbus Dispatch Scholar Athlete ... Led team to district and regional titles as a senior ... Captured OCC and district championships in junior campaign ... Leadership Award recipient ... Posted singleseason school record for best three-point field goal percentage (.470) ... Also lettered in basketball. Academic Achievements National Honor Society ... President’s Education Award ... Honor Roll in all four years ... President of Student Council. Personal Daughter of Madeleine and Bobby Nikolaus ... Has two siblings, Rebecca (16) and Stephen (12) ... Cousin Jeremy Sowers, pitched for the Cleveland Indians (2006-09) and is still in the organization ... Cousin Josh Sowers spent two years in the Toronto Blue Jays organization ... Nikolaus is majoring in wellness, health promotion, injury prevention.

Derby High School Earned three letters for coach Kevin Moody ... Named all-league second team in final three seasons ... Tabbed all-district as a senior ... Given team’s Spark Plug Award as a junior and senior Nikolaus’s Career Statistics Year 2010

Avg .226

GP GS AB R H 2B 3B 37 34 84 7 19 3 1

Abbie richardson

HR RBI TB 0 5 24

SLG% BB HBP SO OB% .286 4 1 15 .267

#2

sophomore • 6-0 • p/dp • l/r napoleon, mich. Coach Hughes on Abbie “Abbie’s discipline on and off the field along with her never-say-die attitude has allowed her to be one of our top leaders this season. She will be a force to reckon with at the plate and with her unselfish attitude it will definitely help our teams overall success.: 2010 Played in 25 games drawing the start in 11 ... Hit her first collegiate home run against South Dakota State (4/24). Napoleon High School Earned 12 letters in basketball, softball and volleyball ... Played softball for her dad, Doug Richardson ... Two-time all-state selection ... Three-time all-district honoree ... Area Pitcher of the Year ... Threetime most valuable player selection ... Participated in MHSSCA

SF 1

SH 4

SB ATT 5 5

PO 29

A 4

E FLD% 2 .943

All-Star Game ... Holds single-season school records in wins (37), strikeouts (358), home runs (12) and hits (64) ... Career record holder in wins (115), strikeouts (1,173) and home runs (24) ... In basketball, earned all-state honors and Area Player of the Year accolades ... Broke all-time school record with 1,297 points and 943 rebounds ... Set single-game school record with 32 points and 22 boards ... Volleyball MVP and honorable mention all-state selection as middle hitter ... Set single-season school record with 434 kills and all-time record with 1,390 kills. Academic Achievements National Honor Society ... Student Council ... DAR Citizenship Award. Personal Daughter of Sue and Doug Richardson ... Has three siblings, Daniel (23), Sallie (22) and Heidi (20) ... Sister Sallie played collegiate softball and volleyball at Trine (2005-09) ... Abbie played travel hockey for Ann Arbor and led 14 and under team to state title in 2005 ... Richardson is majoring in health sciences.

Richardson’s Career Statistics Year 2010

Avg .122

GP GS AB R 26 11 41 4

H 2B 3B 5 0 0

HR RBI TB 1 2 8

SLG% BB HBP SO OB% .195 2 1 20 .182

SF 0

SH 0

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SB ATT 1 1

PO 7

A 3

E FLD% 1 .916


FReshmen

bailee braunreuther

megan mcqueen

chelsea carena

katie moy

Shannon cleveland

erika polidori

kayla dewitt

brittany prior

shelby gott

alyssa shriver

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#18

Bailee braunreuther Freshman • 5-7 • Utl • r/r clarkston, mich.

Coach Hughes on Bailee “Bailee is a driven and intelligent student athlete. She will continue to make her teammates better everyday in practice as well as improving her mental game, which will allow her to be a huge success for our offense this season.”

chelsea carena Freshman • 5-5 • OF • r/r

#24

Temperance, mich. Coach Hughes on Chelsea “Chelsea has a tremendous work ethic that raises the bar in our training sessions. She will be an asset for us on the base path this season as well as a positive spark plugs on and off the field.” Temperance Bedford High School Earned three letters for coaches Kelly Meinhart and Rick Schneider

shannon cleveland freshman • 5-7 • of • L/r

#20

portage, mich.

Clarkston High School Earned four letters for coach Don Peters ... Was a two-time All-State selection ... Three-time alldistrict and all-region honoree ... As a senior went 12-4 with a 0.99 earned run average ... Two-time Oakland Press All-County first team selection ... Helped her team win two Division I district titles ... Earned two letters in cross country. Academic Achievement Honor Roll Personal Daughter of Patti and Brad Braunreuther ... Has a sister, Kristen (21) ... Braunreuther is planning on majoring in elementary education. ... As a senior, earned all-league, all-district, all-region and all-state honors ... Helped her team win three Southeastern Conference championships ... Set the school record with 42 stolen bases as a senior ... Selected to play in the 2010 MHSSCA All-State All-Star softball game ... Earned two letters in basketball ... Helped her team reached the Class A State Quarterfinals as a junior. Personal Daughter of Mary and Matthew Carena ... Is a triplet with brothers Brandon, Cody (18) ... Carena is majoring in health sciences.

Gazette All-Area first team selection ... Over her last two seasons, had 23 doubles, 13 triples and six home runs, scored 77 runs and drove in 59 runs ... Lettered in basketball. Academic Achievement Honor Roll ... Newspaper Staff

Coach Hughes on Shannon “Shannon will develop into a solid hitter and outfielder for us. She has the ability to hit the ball with power and run the bases well. Shannon is a student of the game as she continues to make strides in making the team better everyday.”

Personal Daughter of Sara and Jeff Cleveland ... Has a sister, Michelle (23) ... Played on the Michigan District 2 team that beat Puerto Rico to win the 2009 Big League World Series ... Cleveland is planning on majoring in psychology.

Portage Central High School Earned four letters ... Was a two-time all-state selection ... Led her team to the Division I State Semi-Finals as a junior ... 2009 Kalamazoo Gazette Area Player of the Year ... Two-time Kalamazoo

kayla dewitt freshman • 5-7 • c/3b • r/r Shelby township, mich.

#14

Coach Hughes on Kayla “Kayla has the ability to hit with power as she is continuing to develop a great rapport with our pitching staff and will continue to thrive in that role.”

captain ... All-Macomb County selection ... Twotime All-Macomb Athletic Conference selection. Academic Achievement Honor Roll Personal Daughter of Carol and Glen DeWitt ... Has a brother Justin (10) ... Father swam at Indian River CC ... Aunt, Coleen DeWitt swam and played softball at Kalamazoo College ... DeWitt is planning on majoring in health sciences.

Utica High School Earned four letters for coach Anthony Adamo ... Two-time team

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shelby gott freshman • 5-5 • of • l/r bloomfield, indiana

#25

Coach Hughes on Shelby “Shelby has been working hard to perfect her offensive and defensive skills. She is a determined sponge that wants to soak up every bit of information and extra time that she can to make the team the best it can be. She will be an asset for us in the outfield and at the plate.”

megan mcqueen freshman • 5-7 • 3b/1b • r/r Portage, mich.

#3

Coach Hughes on Megan “Megan has the potential to be an offensive boost for us this season. She is a hard worker and has shown her ability to be versatile at many different positions in the infield. Megan is a true team player and will step up wherever her team needs her.”

katie moy freshman • 5-2 • p • r/r rochester hills, mich.

#11

Coach Hughes on Katie “Katie is a motivated and intellectual student athlete. She will be a huge part of the success of our hitters this season. She has a great work ethic as it makes her push her teammates to be better everyday in practice as well as improving her mental game.”

erika polidori freshman • 5-4 • c/of • r/l brantford, ont., canada

#7

Coach Hughes on Erika “Erika will prove to be a great catcher with a powerful arm and a strong defensive outfielder. She has the ability to hit with power, as well as average with elite speed on the base paths. Erika has the potential to be a great leader behind the plate for us this season with her never defeated attitude, relentless work ethic and knowledge of the game.”

Bloomfield High School Earned four letters for coach Jessica Lauderdale ... Three-time team captain ... Green County Daily World All-Area as a senior ... As a senior won 13 games and struck out 209 batters ... Led her team to a sectional championship as a sophomore. Academic Achievement Honor Roll ... National Honor Society. Personal Daughter of Cherri and Kevin Gott ... Has a sister, Whitney (22) ... Great-uncle Jim Walker, invented the Stairmaster ... Gott is planning on majoring in health science. Portage Central High School Earned four letters for coach Tom Hamilton ... Three-time All-Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference selection ... Earned all-state honors as a senior ... Earned four letters in basketball Personal Daughter of Stephanie and Scott McQueen ... Has a sister, Hannah (12) ... Played on the Michigan District 2 team that beat Puerto Rico to win the 2009 Big League World Series ... McQueen is planning on majoring in biology.

Auburn Hills Avondale High School Earned four letters for coach Lisa Allain ... Threetime All-Oakland Activities Association selection ... All-Oakland County 2nd team as a senior. Academic Achievement Spanish Honor Society ... National Honor Society. Personal Daughter of Kathy and Peter Moy ... Has two siblings, Kirsten (16), Matthew (11) ... Moy is planning on majoring in health sciences.

St. John’s College Secondary School Earned one letter for coach Melanie Malecki ... Lettered in basketball, volleyball, track, rugby and soccer ... Girl Athlete of the Year. Academic Achievement Honor Roll ... Athletic Society. Personal Daughter of Cheryl and Ron Polidori ... Has two siblings, Andrea (16), Lucas (14) ... Polidori is planning on majoring in nursing.

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#27

brittany prior freshman • 5-6 • 2b/3b • r/r farmington hills, mich.

Coach Hughes on Brittany “Brittany will continue to develop as a second baseman and a hitter for us as she has grown a lot from the fall. Learning more about the game and getting better everyday is what she is determined to do at practice everyday. Brittany will do anything to help make this team successful.” Farmington Mercy High School Earned four letters for coach Jack Falvo ... As a freshman, helped her

alyssa shriver freshman • 5-4 • ss/of • r/r noblesville, ind.

#4

Coach Hughes on Alyssa “Alyssa is a very hardworking student athlete who is silent but lethal. She is a solid player for us and it will be fun to watch her continue to grow through the years. With her unselfish attitude she will definitely help our team achieve greatness this season.”

Laura Chomokos (2005-06)

In 2006, Chomokos set school records for wins (20) and strikeouts (217). She was named to the All-Summit League first team, Summit League Pitcher of the Year and to the All-Great Lakes Region team.

team reach the Division 1 State Quarterfinals ... Led her team to the district championship as a senior ... Two-time All-Catholic League selection. Academic Achievement High Honor Roll ... National Honor Society ... Science Club. Personal Daughter of Heidi and James Prior ... Has a brother, Grant (14) ... Dad played football and baseball at Lakeview High School ... Mom played basketball and helped Maple City Glen Lake win the Class D State Championship in 1979 ... Prior is planning on majoring in health sciences.

Nobelsville High School Earned four letters for coach Mike Ramsey ... Led her team to a sectional championship and a trip to the regional finals as a sophomore ... As a junior, her team went to the sectional final ... Won two conference titles. Personal Daughter of Carla Robinson and Steve Shriver ... Has two siblings, Kelsey (21), Tom (20) ... Shriver is undecided on her major.

Julie Owen (2006-09) In 2009, Owen hit .408 with 13 doubles, scored 30 runs and drove in 29 runs in being named to the All-Summit League first team. She also became the first OU player to lead the country in a statistical category as she was hit by 27 pitches. Owen ranks fourth in NCAA history with 55 hit-by-pitches.

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2010 Oakland Softball Overall Statistics for Oakland University (FINAL STATS) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 17-37 Player

8 Leah DiCristofaro 13 Kelsey Krych 16 Katie Dreyer 22 Dani Dulberg 4 Haley Emerson 23 Kylie Schalz 3 Ashley Sullivan 17 Alivia Nikolaus 1 Alyssa Deacon 5 Danielle Peters 21 Erin Galloway 33 Anne Cicchini -------------------15 Tiffany Duperon 88 Marisa Everitt 31 Sam Bell 9 Audrey Sabourin 2 Abbie Richardson 12 Katie Showalter 20 Erica Lozon 41 Kerry Brennan 11 Angela Cicchini 6 Dayna Peters 10 Brittany Doyle 14 Angela Righetti 40 Megan Chichila 77 Alison Tansel

avg gp-gs

. 308 . 270 .261 . 255 .244 . 241 . 234 . 226 .222 . 218 . 215 . 171 . 333 . 255 . 167 .136 . 122 . 111 . 071 .067 . 000 . 000 . 000 . 000 . 000 . 000

41-39 51-50 51-49 37-13 53-53 33-30 37-34 37-34 34-31 45-33 35-24 50-36

ab

r

104 159 134 55 123 79 64 84 90 101 65 76

15 29 20 2 20 4 4 7 5 16 9 14

3 51 6 22 41 9 28 15 11 9 4 3 2 0

3-0 39-29 5-1 22-11 26-11 12-0 33-9 12-5 28-6 14-2 31-29 1-1 3-0 19-8

Home: 4-9 h

2b 3b hr

32 8 43 2 35 13 14 6 30 8 19 5 15 3 19 3 20 6 22 2 14 3 13 0

0 1 3 13 0 1 6 3 4 5 0 1 5 2 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Away: 9-16

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

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

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

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

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

rbi

Neutral: 4-12 bb hp

so gdp

ob% sf sh sb-att

po

a

56 45 57 23 50 34 18 24 26 24 20 13

.538 . 283 .425 . 418 .407 . 430 .281 . 286 .289 . 238 .308 . 171

12 18 18 3 26 6 10 4 2 10 12 7

26 31 27 15 34 25 31 15 16 21 12 20

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

.390 . 345 .355 . 311 .391 . 291 .338 . 267 .239 . 301 .346 . 250

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

2 1-1 154 5 37-40 61 6 3-3 234 2 0-0 1 2 1-1 57 0 1-1 149 5 2-2 40 4 5-5 29 3 5-6 26 6 3-3 30 3 2-2 45 1 18-22 42

20

4 .978

2

4 .940

0 1 5 16 0 2 2 8 2 8 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

. 333 .314 . 333 .364 . 195 . 111 . 071 .067 . 000 . 000 . 000 . 000 . 000 . 000

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

0 2 0 7 1 0 2 12 1 20 0 5 0 10 0 4 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0

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

. 333 .278 . 286 .387 . 182 .111 . 103 .067 . 083 .182 . 000 .000 . 000 .000

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

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

19 1 19 15 21 22 5 5 6 6 4 3

tb slg%

Summit: 7-16

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

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

7 44 88-102

e fld%

30

4 .985

1

2 .500

81

15 .902

19

4 .977

42

10 .891

4

2 .943

0

3 .897

52

8 .911

31

7 .916

1

6 .878

2

3

1 .833

7

28

1 .972

1

1

0 1.000

49

7

2 .966

7

3

1 .909

3

2

1 .833

17

18

5 .875

27

4

2 .939

24

7

2 .939

8

0

0 1.000

8

63

8 .899

6

0

0 1.000

10

1

0 1.000

0

8

2 .800

Totals

.226

54

1338

168

303

63

6 17

139

429

.321

142 21

342

1

.309

1037

428

94

.940

Opponents

.284

54

1424

262

404

59

6 34

204

577

.405

88 43

247

0

.341 13 42 100-112 1083

425

60

.962

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

88 Marisa Everitt 10 Brittany Doyle -------------------77 Alison Tansel 2 Abbie Richardson

cg

sho

r

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bb

so

2b

3.07 5-13 3.17 10-16

era

w-l

app gs

26 18 12 30 28 17

0/0 2/0

1 130.0 114 70 1 161.1 207 122

57 73

28 122 49 100

20 26

4. 45 4. 85

19 4

0/0 0/0

2 0

45.2 8.2

66 17

54 16

29 6

2-8 0-0

8 0

1 0

sv

ip

h

3b

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

0 21 4 9

.235 . 304

3 19 7 19

0 4

3 14 7 24

3 0

1 0

3 0

4 0

9 2

24 1

9 4

2 0

4 0

. 317 .3 5 4

5 0

Totals

3. 34

17-37

54 54

30

2/0

4

345.2

404

262

165

88

247

59

6

34

.284

13 43

5 13

42

Opponents

2. 19

37-17

54 54

27

13/5

3

361.0

303

168

113

142

342

63

6

17

.226

14 21

6

44

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2010 Oakland Softball Game Results for Oakland University (May 9, 2010) (All games) Date

Feb 19, 2010 Feb 19, 2010 ! Feb 20, 2010 Feb 20, 2010 ! Feb 21, 2010 Feb 23, 2010 Feb 23, 2010 Feb 24, 2010 Feb 24, 2010 Feb 25, 2010 Feb 25, 2010 Feb 26, 2010 Feb 26, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 28, 2010 Mar 6, 2010 Mar 7, 2010 Mar. 7, 2010 * Mar 12, 2010 * Mar 12, 2010 * Mar 13, 2010 Mar 19, 2010 Mar 19, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 21, 2010 * Mar 26, 2010 * Mar 26, 2010 * Mar 27, 2010 Mar 31, 2010 Mar 31, 2010 * Apr 02, 2010 * Apr 02, 2010 * Apr 03, 2010 * Apr 09, 2010 * Apr 10, 2010 * Apr 10, 2010 Apr 14, 2010 * Apr 23, 2010 * Apr 23, 2010 * Apr 24, 2010 Apr 29, 2010 Apr 29, 2010 * Apr 30, 2010 * Apr 30, 2010 * May 01, 2010 May 04, 2010 May 04, 2010 * May 07, 2010 * May 07, 2010 * May 08, 2010 * May 09, 2010 * May 09, 2010

Opponent

vs Lipscomb at Georgia Southern vs Binghamton vs Lipscomb vs Binghamton at South Carolina State at South Carolina State at Presbyterian College at Presbyterian College at Furman at Furman vs Lipscomb vs Tennessee Tech vs Miami vs Tennessee-Martin vs Central Conn. State vs Pittsburgh vs IPFW vs Georgetown College at Centenary-1 at Centenary-2 at Centenary vs Houston Baptist at Buffalo vs Sacred Heart vs Coastal Carolina vs Sacred Heart at Southern Utah at Southern Utah at Southern Utah at Central Michigan-1 at Central Michigan-2 IUPUI-1 IUPUI-2 IUPUI NORTH DAKOTA STATE NORTH DAKOTA STATE-1 NORTH DAKOTA STATE-2 EASTERN MICHIGAN SOUTH DAKOTA STATE-1 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE-2 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE at Michigan State-1 at Michigan State-2 WESTERN ILLINOIS-1 WESTERN ILLINOIS-2 WESTERN ILLINOIS at Detroit-1 at Detroit-2 at UMKC at UMKC at UMKC at IPFW-1 at IPFW-2

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

Score

Inns

Overall

Summit

Pitcher of record

0-8 0-8 4-5 0-20 4-2 8-2 12-7 2-3 0-8 1-0 5-6 4-10 2-4 1-2 0-7 2-3 2-4 6-5 5-1 1-8 8-1 4-5 2-1 5-6 1-12 2-3 2-3 11-8 3-5 13-3 4-2 3-6 1-6 3-1 4-2 0-6 0-3 0-4 3-5 9-1 9-7 1-3 4-5 0-4 2-5 0-8 0-2 6-2 5-0 2-7 0-9 0-2 1-8 1-4

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

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 3-4-0 4-4-0 5-4-0 5-5-0 5-6-0 5-7-0 5-7-0 6-7-0 7-7-0 7-8-0 7-8-0 7-8-0 7-9-0 7-10-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-11-0 7-12-0 7-13-0 7-14-0 7-15-0 7-16-0

Doyle, B (L 0-1) Tansel, A (L 0-1) Doyle, B (L 0-2) Tansel, A (L 0-2) Doyle, B (W 1-2) Doyle, B (W 2-2) Tansel, A (W 1-2) Everitt, M (L 0-1) Doyle, B (L 2-3) Doyle, B (W 3-3) Everitt, M (L 0-2) Tansel, A (L 1-3) Doyle, B (L 3-4) Doyle, B (L 3-4) Tansel, A (L 1-4) Doyle, B (L 3-5) Doyle, B (L 3-7) Everitt, M (W 1-2) Doyle, B (W 4-7) Doyle, B (L 4-8) Everitt, M (W 2-2) Everitt, M (L 2-3) Doyle, B (W 5-8) Tansel, A (L 1-5) Doyle, B (L 5-9) Everitt, M (L 2-4) Everitt, M (L 2-5) Doyle, B (W 6-9) Everitt, M (L 2-6) Doyle, B (W 7-9) Doyle, B (W 8-9) Tansel, A (L 1-6) Doyle, B (L 8-10) Everitt, M (W 3-6) Everitt, M (W 4-6) Doyle, B (L 8-11) Everitt, M (L 4-7) Doyle, B (L 8-12) Tansel, A (L 1-7) Everitt, M (W 5-7) Doyle, B (W 9-12) Tansel, A (L 1-8) Everitt, M (L 5-8) Doyle, B (L 9-13) Everitt, M (L 5-9) Doyle, B (L 9-14) Everitt, M (L 5-10) Tansel, A (W 2-8) Doyle, B (W 9-14) Everitt, M (L 5-11) Doyle, B (L 9-15) Everitt, M (L 5-12) Doyle, B (L 9-16) Everitt, M (L 5-13)

() extra inning game

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Attend

Time

87 13 0 87 10 0 113 33 57 0 85 0 60 14 7 175 12 9 212 15 7 145 13 4 144 11 8 103 16 7 178 15 3 101 15 7 117 0 88 52 84 3 23 7 189 54 13 5 54 123 15 4 12 4 15 3 164 80 80 79 76 90 81 87

1:22 1:31 1:58 1:31 2:01 2:00 2:11 1:47 1:39 1:34 2:02 1:53 2:02 1:35 1:48 1:33 1:38 2:05 1:45 1:35 2:06 2:03 1:35 2:04 1:28 1:36 1:34 2:26 1:33 1:55 2:00 1:50 2:05 1:45 1:44 1:51 1:49 1:48 2:00 1:23 2:06 1:35 2:06 1:30 1:28 1:24 1:26 1:51 1:35 1:59 1:10 1:33 1:55 1:35


Academic All-America 2001 Ericka Burns (2nd) 2003 Ericka Burns (2nd) NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-Great Lakes Regional 2003 Ericka Burns Nicole Marzano 2006 Laura Chomokos Summit League Player of the Year 2003 Ericka Burns Summit League Pitcher of the Year 2003 Nicole Marzano 2006 Laura Chomokos Summit League Newcomer of the Year 2001 Jaymie Voss Summit League Coach of the Year 2001 Steve Ogg 2003 Mike Tomlinson 2006 Glenn MacDonald

Pitching

Summit League Statistical Leaders Assists 2002 Ericka Burns

142

atting Average B 2000 Ericka Burns 2001 Ericka Burns 2002 Ericka Burns 2003 Ericka Burns 2009 Julie Owen

.391 .431 .356 .426 .408

Hits 2002 Ericka Burns

72

1st

it By Pitch H 2003 Jennifer Granger 2006 Julie Owen 2008 Julie Owen 2009 Julie Owen

12 9 13 27

2nd

utouts P 2003 Jennifer Granger 2003 Jennifer Granger

397 428

n-Base Percentage O 2009 Julie Owen

.544

lugging Percentage S 2000 Ericka Burns

.578

lugging Percentage S 2000 Ericka Burns 2002 Ericka Burns 2003 Ericka Burns

.578 .552 .688

tolen Bases S 2010 Kelsey Krych

37

riples T 2000 Ericka Burns 2001 Ericka Burns

10 7

Summit League Tournament MVP 2002 Ericka Burns 2003 Ericka Burns All-Summit League 2000 Ericka Burns - SS 2001 Ericka Burns - OF Jennifer Granger - 1B Megan Piar - C Keri Sedgley - 3B 2002 Ericka Burns - 3B Nicole Marzano - P Jaymie Voss - OF Megan Piar - C Lauren Seffens - OF 2003 Ericka Burns - 3B Jennifer Granger - 1B Nicole Marzano - P Linnea Utecht - OF Julie Anderson - P Nina Catanzaro - 2B Erica Judge - SS Megan Piar - C 2004 Nicole Marzano - P 2005 Camie Knorr - OF 2006 Laura Chomokos - P Camie Knorr - OF Stephanie Zellner - 1B Tosha Hodkinson - 2B 2007 Jessica Granger - P Katie Dreyer - DP Julie Owen - SS 2008 Julie Owen - 2B Angela Righetti - C 2009 Julie Owen - 2B Jessica Granger - P 2010 Kelsey Krych - OF

All-Summit League Tournament Team 2001 Ericka Burns Jennifer Granger Keri Sedgley 2002 Julie Anderson Ericka Burns (MVP) Nina Catanzaro Megan Piar Linnea Utecht 2003 Julie Anderson Ericka Burns (MVP) Nicole Marzano Megan Piar Christina Schulte 2006 Lisa Colores Camie Knorr Stephanie Zellner 2007 Sarah Clark Jessica Granger Tosha Hodkinson Kate Jones

1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd

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

arned Run Average E 2003 Nicole Marzano

1.30

Wins 2006 Jessica Granger

19

Saves 2002 Nicole Marzano 2010 Alison Tansel

3 2

I nnings Pitched 2006 Laura Chomokos 2007 Jessica Granger

221.2 251.0

trikeouts S 2006 Laura Chomokos 2007 Jessica Granger

217 166

NCAA Top 50 Statistical Ranking 2000 2nd Ericka Burns Triples 22nd Oakland Double Plays 23rd Oakland Triples 40th Ericka Burns Batting Average 2001 10th 11th 14th 18th 34th 35th

Ericka Burns Ericka Burns Julie Anderson Ericka Burns Oakland Oakland

2003 7th Oakland 19th Ericka Burns 41st Nicole Marzano

Triples Batting Average Saves Toughest to SO Triples Doubles Triples Batting Average E.R.A

2006 4th Stephanie Zellner Toughest to SO 21st Caitlyn Lynch Sacrifice Hits 2007 20th Caitlyn Lynch 21st Oakland 2008 11th Julie Owen 36th Oakland 2009 1st 10th 33rd 37th

Julie Owen Julie Owen Oakland Julie Owen

2010 7th Kelsey Krych 28th Oakland

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Sacrifice Hits Triples Hit by Pitch Triples Hit by Pitch On-Base Percentage Stolen Bases Batting Average Stolen Bases Stolen Bases


Year Head Coach

W-L

Summit!

Conference Tour.

NCAA Regional

1980 Rose Swidzinski

3-13

2-9, 6th@

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2000 Steve Ogg

17-31-1

6-15, 6th

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2001 Steve Ogg

25-29

16-6, 1st

1-2, 3rd

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2002 Mike Tomlinson

26-38-1

12-8, 3rd

4-1, 1st

1-2, 3rd

2003 Mike Tomlinson

34-26-1

15-5, 2nd

4-1, 1st

1-2, 3rd

2004 Mike Tomlinson

11-42

3-21, 7th

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2005 Mike Tomlinson

12-41

6-15, 7th

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2006 Glenn MacDonald

28-31

12-12, 4th

1-2, 3rd

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2007 Glenn MacDonald

21-36

10-8, 3rd

2-2, 2nd

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2008 Glenn MacDonald

15-28

6-13, 7th

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2009 Glenn MacDonald

24-27

12-11, 5th

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2010 Glenn MacDonald

4-12

0-0

Jane Zimmerman

13-25

7-16

Combined

17-37

7-16, 7th

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233-379-3

107-139

TOTALS

! Summit (2000-), Was the Mid-Continent until 2000-07 @ GLIAC - Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, 1989-97

Steve Ogg 2000-01 42-60-1 2001 Summit League Coach of the Year

Mike Tomlinson 2002-05 83-147-2 2003 Summit League Coach of the Year

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Glenn MacDonald 2006-10 92-134 2006 Summit League Coach of the Year


2000 Record: 17-31-1, 6-15 Summit (6th) Home: 5-11 Away: 7-20-1 Head Coach: Steve Ogg (17-31-1) Date Site Score 2/24 aL, L 4-7, 0-8 (6) 2/26 aL, L 2-4, 4-6 3/1 nW, W 6-0, 6-2 3/2 nW, W 3-1, 5-1 3/3 nW 4-1 3/3 nW 5-0 3/3 nW 7-3 3/22 aL, L 1-4, 0-5 3/24 aL, L 1-2 (13), 4-5 3/25 aL, L 1-4, 1-8 3/27 hW, L 6-4, 2-8 (8) 3/28 hL, L 0-10, 0-2 (10) 3/31 hL, L 0-8 (5), 1-0 4/1 hL, L 0-2, 0-3 4/2 hL 0-6 4/3 hW 3-0 4/9 aW 3-1 4/12 aL, W 0-6, 5-0 4/14 hL, W 6-9 (10), 6-5 4/15 hW, W 5-1, 9-7 (8) 4/21 aL, L 5-6, 2-9 4/22 aL, L 0-1, 0-1 4/26 aL, L 0-1 (8), 1-5 4/29 hL, W 1-3 (8), 4-3 5/2 aL, L 1-6, 0-5 5/5 aT 4-4 (8) 5/8 hW, hL 3-2 (8), 2-10 (5) 5/9 hL, L 0-1, 4-7

Neutral: 5-0 Opponent Stetson Florida Tech Thomas College Wartburg ! Briar Cliff ! Wartburg ! Trinity ! Eastern Michigan UMKC* UMKC* GRAND VALLEY STATE CENTRAL MICHIGAN WESTERN ILLINOIS* WESTERN ILLINOIS* BOWLING GREEN DETROIT Youngstown State* Western Michigan IUPUI* IUPUI* Valparasio* Valparasio* Michigan State ILLINOIS Ohio State Dayton SOUTHERN UTAH* SOUTHERN UTAH*

* = Summit League game; ! = Lake City CC, Lake City, Fla. 2001 - Summit League Regular-Season Champions Record: 25-29, 16-6 Summit (1st) Home: 12-10 Away: 12-14 Neutral: 1-5 Head Coach: Steve Ogg (42-60-1) Date Site Score Opponent 2/28 aL, W 1-6, 2-0 Southern Mississippi 3/1 aL, W 1-5, 4-1 UAB 3/8 aW, L 4-2, 0-4 Ohio State 3/9 nL 6-9 Marshall ! 3/9 nL 0-4 Illinois State ! 3/10 nW 4-2 Western Kentucky ! 3/10 nL 2-9 Illinois State ! 3/11 aL 2-3 Marshall ! 3/11 aL, 1-2 Western Kentucky ! 3/21 hL, L 0-2, 4-9 WESTERN MICHIGAN 3/23 hW, W 8-2, 13-3 VALPARASIO* 3/28 aL, L 0-2, 2-5 Central Michigan 3/30 aL, L 2-3, 1-8 Illinois-Chicago 4/3 aL, L 0-7, 1-2 Michigan 4/4 aL 2-8 Michigan State 4/6 aL, L 6-8 (8), 5-6 Southern Utah* 4/7 aW, L 9-6, 0-10 (6) Southern Utah* 4/10 hL, W 1-4, 4-2 EASTERN MICHIGAN 4/13 hW, W 3-1, 4-2 UMKC* 4/14 hW, W 3-2, 5-0 UMKC* 4/17 hW, L 4-3, 3-4 TOLEDO 4/18 hW, W 3-2, 6-3 DETROIT 4/20 aL,W 4-8, 4-2 Western Illinois* 4/21 aL, W 1-7, 5-4 Western Illinois* 4/25 hL, L 3-5, 0-1 MICHIGAN STATE 4/27 hL, W 2-3, 5-2 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* 4/28 hW, W 1-0, 7-5 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* 4/30 aW, W 5-1, 2-1 IUPUI* 5/1 aW, W 8-3, 7-2 IUPUI* 5/4 nW 4-2 UMKC @ 5/4 nL 0-3 Western Illinois @ 5/5 nL 5-11 Southern Utah @ * = Summit League game; ! = WKU Tournament, Bowling Green, Ky. ; @ = The Summit League Tournament, Macomb, Ill. 2002 - Summit League Champions, NCAA Tournament Record: 26-38-1, 12-8 Summit (3rd) Home: 11-6 Away: 9-24-1 Neutral: 6-8 Head Coach: Mike Tomlinson (26-38-1) Date Site Score Opponent 2/22 nL 6-7 Akron !

2/22 2/23 2/23 2/23 2/25 2/26 2/27 2/28 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/20 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/27 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/3 4/5 4/6 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/16 4/19 4/20 4/26 4/27 4/29 4/30 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/16 5/17 5/17

nL nL nL nW aL, L aL, W aL, L aW, L aL nL nW nL nL aW, L nL nW nL hL, W aL, W aL, L aL, T aL hW, L hL, W aL, L aL, W hW hW,W,W hL, W aW, W aW, L hW, L hW, L aL, L aL nW nL nW nW, W nL nW nL

1-8 0-1 0-1 5-2 2-6, 0-3 1-7, 1-0 0-5, 1-10 (6) 3-2, 0-8 (6) 0-10 (5) 2-3 (9) 7-6 3-4 1-4 1-0 (8), 1-9 (5) 1-3 2-0 1-9 (5) 3-4, 3-2 0-3, 6-0 4-9, 2-4 2-3, 2-2 1-2 (10) 2-0, 3-5 0-6, 8-5 0-1, 3-6 0-6, 6-0 8-2 9-3, 8-1, 4-3 0-4, 4-2 6-2, 2-0 3-2, 3-5 7-2, 4-5 4-0, 4-12 (5) 0-5, 1-4 0-16 (5) 4-1 0-4 8-7 (9) 2-1, 1-0 (8) 0-8 (5) 3-1 1-2

San Diego State ! Creighton ! Baylor ! Stephen F. Austin ! UAB Southern Mississippi #22 Mississippi State #18 Alabama Ohio State Marshall @ Cleveland State @ Marshall @ Cleveland State @ Western Michigan Gardner-Webb # IPFW # Purdue # CENTRAL MICHIGAN UMKC* UMKC* Bowling Green Michigan State SOUTHERN UTAH* SOUTHERN UTAH* Eastern Michigan Toledo IUPUI* IUPUI* MICHIGAN STATE Valparasio* Valparasio* WESTERN ILLINOIS* WESTERN ILLINOIS* DePaul Notre Dame Southern Utah @ UMKC @ Western Illinois @ UMKC @ #6 Washington # Canisius # Central Michigan #

* = Summit League game; ! = Baylor Invitatonal, Waco, Texas; @ = The Summit League Tournament, Independence, Mo.; # = NCAA Tournament, Ann Arbor, Mich. 2003 - Summit League Champions, NCAA Tournament Record: 34-26-1, 15-5 Summit (2nd) Home: 14-2 Away: 12-16-1 Neutral: 8-8 Head Coach: Mike Tomlinson (60-64-2) Date Site Score Opponent 2/21 nW 1-0 #24 Georgia Tech ! 2/21 nL 1-3 Florida ! 2/22 nL 1-9 Illinois ! 2/23 nL 2-3 (9) #24 Georgia Tech. ! 2/25 aW, L 3-2 (10), 1-2 Bethune-Cookman 2/26 aL, L 1-2, 3-4 Stetson 2/27 aL, L 0-8 (5), 1-6 South Florida 2/28 nW 6-4 Virginia Tech @ 2/28 nW 2-1 (8) Troy State @ 3/1 nL 3-6 Western Michigan @ 3/1 nL 1-2 Central Michigan @ 3/15 nW 3-2 Morehead State # 3/15 nL 1-7 #18 Ohio State @ 3/16 nL 2-4 Morehead State @ 3/16 nL 2-4 #18 Ohio State @ 3/25 aL, T 1-2, 2-2 Wayne State 4/1 aL, L 0-3, 2-4 Central Michigan 4/4 aW, W 13-0 (5), 7-1 Western Illinois* 4/5 aW, L 5-0, 3-4 Western Illinois* 4/11 hW, W 1-0, 5-0 UMKC* 4/12 hL, W 1-2, 2-0 (8) UMKC* 4/14 aW, W 7-1, 7-4 Toledo 4/15 hW, W 9-3, 5-1 DETROIT 4/18 aW, L 3-1 (8), 6-7 Southern Utah* 4/19 aL, W 3-4, 9-2 Southern Utah* 4/22 hW, W 4-1, 5-0 BOWLING GREEN 4/23 hW, L 1-0, 1-9 (6) MICHIGAN STATE 4/26 aL, W 0-2, 3-0 IUPUI* 4/27 aW, W 5-0, 3-1 IUPUI* 4/30 hW, W 1-0 (8), 3-2 WESTERN MICHIGAN 5/1 aL 0-2 #13 Michigan 5/2 hW, W 7-0, 8-1 VALPARASIO*

5/3 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/16

hW, W nW nL nW nW, W nL nW nL

8-0 (6), 7-2 7-4 2-3 (9) 3-1 4-0, 2-1 0-8 (6) 4-3 0-5

VALPARASIO* Western Illinois $ UMKC $ Southern Utah $ UMKC $ #9 California % Western Michigan % Notre Dame %

* = Summit League game; ! = Cox Communications Classic, Gainesville, Fla.; @ = Plant City Tournament, Plant City, Fla. ; # = Buckeye Invitational, Columbus, Ohio; $ = The Summit League Tournament, Macomb, Ill. ; % = NCAA Tournament, Ann Arbor, Mich. 2004 Record: 11-42, 3-21 Summit (7th) Home: 0-16 Away: 6-20 Neutral: 5-6 Head Coach: Mike Tomlinson (71-106-2) Date Site Score Opponent 2/21 nW 5-0 Indiana State ! 2/21 nL 7-8 Saint Louis ! 2/21 nW 9-0 (6) IPFW ! 2/22 nL 8-9 UT-Martin ! 2/22 nL 0-1 East Tennessee State ! 2/23 aW, W 12-4, 8-0 Lambuth 2/24 aL, L 0-6, 5-7 Chattanooga 2/27 nL 2-3 Bowling Green @ 2/28 nW 2-1 (8) Mercer @ 2/28 nL 0-3 Morehead State @ 2/28 nL 0-5 Wichita State @ 2/29 nW 8-2 Marist @ 3/19 nW 2-0 Loyola-Chicago # 3/20 nL 0-10 (5) Michigan State # 3/20 nW 2-0 Northern Illinois # 3/26 aW, L 2-0 (10), 3-6 Centenary* 3/27 aL, L 0-10 (5), 0-2 Centenary* 3/30 aL, L 0-3, 0-4 Western Michigan 4/2 hL, L 0-5 (12), 8-9 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 4/3 hL, L 0-12 (5), 0-3 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 4/7 hL, L 1-6, 0-1 WAYNE STATE 4/9 aL, L 2-7, 4-7 Valparasio* 4/10 aL, L 2-5, 0-2 Valparasio* 4/12 aL, L 0-2, 2-10 (5) Bowling Green 4/14 aL, L 1-7, 0-8 (6) Michigan State 4/19 hL, L 1-5, 0-4 TOLEDO 4/23 hL, L 0-9 (5), 4-5 SOUTHERN UTAH* 4/24 hL, L 0-6, 3-4 SOUTHERN UTAH* 4/30 hL, L 0-1, 1-6 IUPUI* 5/1 hL, L 1-7, 2-13 (6) IUPUI* 5/4 aL, L 2-3, 6-10 Detroit 5/7 aL, W 2-5, 5-3 UMKC* 5/8 aW, L 3-1 (8), 3-4 (13) UMKC*. * = Summit League game; ! = Tennessee-Martin Tournament, Martin, Tenn. ; @ = Mercer Tournament, Macon, Ga. ; # = Buckeye Invitational, Columbus, Ohio 2005 Record: 12-41, 6-15 Summit (7th) Home: 7-10 Away: 2-18 Neutral: 3-13 Head Coach: Mike Tomlinson (83-147-2) Date Site Score Opponent 3/4 nL 0-4 Radford ! 3/4 nL 1-9 Maryland ! 3/5 nL 1-9 (5) #13 Georgia ! 3/5 nL 2-6 UNC Greensboro ! 3/6 nL 2-3 UNC Greensboro ! 3/8 nL, L 0-9 (5), 0-4 Boston University @ 3/9 nL 4-7 #19 Georgia Tech @ 3/9 nW 2-0 Georgia State @ 3/10 aL, L 0-8 (6), 2-5 Winthrop 3/11 nL 0-6 College of Charleston # 3/11 nL 2-10 (5) Jacksonville State # 3/12 nW 4-0 Mercer # 3/12 nL 2-10 (6) Furman # 3/13 nW 3-1 Furman # 3/13 nL 4-6 Ohio # 3/18 nL 5-13 Marshall $ 3/20 nL 4-6 Ball State $ 3/20 nL 0-8 (5) Notre Dame $ 3/31 aL, W 2-6, 5-3 IPFW 4/1 aL, L 0-2, 3-4 IUPUI* 4/2 aL, L 1-3, 1-4 IUPUI* 4/5 hL, W 1-3, 8-0 (5) DETROIT

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4/8 4/9 4/11 4/19 4/21 4/22 4/29 4/30 5/4 5/6 5/7 5/9 5/10

aL, L aL, L hL, L hL, L aL, W hW aL, L aL, L hL, L hL, W hW, W hW, L hW, L

1-2 (10), 6-11 2-4, 4-13 1-8, 2-3 0-4, 0-5 0-2, 4-1 2-0 0-8, 4-5 (8) 2-6, 2-6 3-6, 0-9 (5) 5-7, 10-6 2-1, 5-4 5-4, 0-1 6-2, 4-5

Southern Utah* Southern Utah* BOWLING GREEN MICHIGAN STATE Toledo VALPARASIO* Western Illinois* Western Illinois* EASTERN MICHIGAN CENTENARY* CENTENARY* UMKC* UMKC*

* = Summit League game; ! = Red and Black Challenge, Athens, Ga. ; @ = Yellow Jacket Invitational, Atlanta, Ga.; # = Winthrop Invitational, Rock Hill, S.C.; $ = Buckeye Invitational, Columbus, Ohio 2006 Record: 28-31, 12-12 Summit (4th) Home: 10-8 Away: 13-17 Neutral: 5-6 Head Coach: Glenn MacDonald (28-31) Date Site Score Opponent 2/24 nW 9-6 (9) Villanova ! 2/24 nW 1-0 Elon ! 2/25 nL 1-4 Ohio ! 2/25 nL 0-3 Campbell ! 2/27 aW, L 9-4, 5-10 UNC Pembroke 2/28 aL 0-6 UNC Wilmington 3/1 aL, L 2-10 (5), 4-6 College of Charleston 3/3 nL 3-4 St. Bonaventure @ 3/3 nL 5-6 UNC Greensboro @ 3/4 nW 4-1 Kennesaw State @ 3/4 nW 4-2 UNC Wilmington @ 3/4 nW 6-0 Northern Colorado @ 3/5 nL 0-16 (5) Kennesaw State @ 3/28 aL, L 0-1 (8), 1-11 (5) Western Michigan 3/31 aL, W 1-2, 1-0 (8) Valparasio* 4/1 aW, L 3-2, 1-3 Valparasio* 4/4 aW, L 3-2 (8), 0-1 Michigan State 4/8 hL, W 1-2, 5-0 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 4/9 hL, L 0-2, 1-5 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 4/11 aW, W 5-3 (9), 4-2 Detroit 4/14 aW, L 4-2, 3-4 (8) Centenary* 4/15 aW, L 5-0, 3-5 Centenary* 4/18 aL, L 1-3, 0-2 Bowling Green 4/19 hW, W 3-1, 8-4 SAGINAW VALLEY STATE 4/21 aW, W 5-0, 8-1 UMKC* 4/22 aW, L 9-1, 1-3 UMKC* 4/25 hW, L 5-1, 3-7 (8) WAYNE STATE 4/26 hW, W 3-0, 2-1 IPFW 4/28 hL, W 1-2, 2-1 IUPUI* 4/29 hW, W 6-2, 7-4 IUPUI* 5/3 aL, L 1-8, 0-8 (5) Ohio State 5/4 aW 4-2 (9) Cleveland State 5/5 hL, L 1-3 (9), 3-10 SOUTHERN UTAH* 5/6 hL, W 5-9, 2-1 (8) SOUTHERN UTAH* 5/12 nL 1-4 Southern Utah # 5/12 nW 4-3 Centenary # 5/13 nL 3-5 Western Illinois # * = Summit League game; ! = Elon Invitational, Burlington, N.C.; @ = CSU Tournament, Charleston, S.C.; # = Summit League Tournament, Cedar City, Utah 2007 - Summit League Tournament Runner-up Record: 21-36, 10-8 Summit (3rd) Home: 9-10 Away: 8-17 Neutral: 4-9 Head Coach: Glenn MacDonald (49-67) Date Site Score Opponent 2/23 nW 5-3 Austin Peay ! 2/23 nL 4-14 (5) George Washington ! 2/24 nL 2-10 (6) Mercer ! 2/24 nW 3-0 Austin Peay ! 2/27 aL 6-14 (6) Georgia Tech 3/2 nL 3-4 Austin Peay @ 3/2 nL 0-7 #1 Tennessee @ 3/3 nL 0-14 (5) Tennesee Tech @ 3/3 nL 4-6 Toledo @ 3/4 nL 4-7 Tennessee-Martin @ 3/4 nW 5-0 Chattanooga @ 3/9 aL, L 4-5 (8), 1-3 (6) Morehead State 3/10 nW 6-5 Wright State #

3/11 3/18 3/23 3/24 3/28 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/2 5/4 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/12

nL aL, L aL aW, W hL, L hW, L aL, W aL aL, L aL hW hW, W hW, W hL, L hW hW, L aL, W aL, L hL, L aL aW, L hW, L hL nL nW nW nL

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

Wright State # Ohio State Southern Utah* Southern Utah* WESTERN MICHIGAN DETROIT Western Illinois* Western Illinois* Eastern Michigan Central Michigan CENTENARY* CENTENARY* ROCHESTER COLLEGE MICHIGAN STATE UMKC* UMKC* IPFW Butler CLEVELAND STATE IUPUI* IUPUI* VALPARASIO* VALPARASIO* Southern Utah $ Centenary $ Western Illinois $ Southern Utah $

* = Summit League game; ! = Mercer Classic, Macon, Ga. ; @ = Frost Classic, Chattanooga, Tenn.; # = Morehead State Round Robin, Morehead, Ky. ; $ = Summit League Tournament, Shreveport, La. 2008 Record: 15-28, 6-13 Summit (7th) Home: 4-8 Away: 10-15 Neutral: 1-5 Head Coach: Glenn MacDonald (64-95) Date Site Score Opponent 2/23 nL 1-10 Georgia Southern ! 2/23 nL 2-9 Minnesota ! 2/23 nL 0-3 Jacksonville ! 2/24 nL 0-3 Minnesota ! 2/25 aL, W 3-4, 13-2 (5) Presbyterian College 2/27 aW, W 9-2, 9-0 (5) South Carolina State 2/28 aW, W 16-2 (5), 8-0 (5) Savannah State 2/29 nL 4-5 Brown @ 3/1 nL 3-6 Toledo @ 3/1 nW 4-2 Charleston Southern @ 3/1 nW 5-4 Brown @ 3/14 aW, W 3-2, 12-2 (6) UMKC* 3/21 aL, L 0-3, 0-5 Centenary* 3/22 aL 0-6 Centenary* 4/2 aL, L 1-9 (5), 0-5 Western Michigan 4/8 aW, L 5-1, 3-4 Detroit 4/11 hL, L 1-11 (6), 2-5 (9) NORTH DAKOTA STATE* 4/15 aW 8-4 IPFW* 4/16 aL, L 1-2, 0-5 IPFW* 4/18 hW, W 3-0, 4-3 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE* 4/19 hL 2-4 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE* 4/22 hL, L 2-5, 0-3 CENTRAL MICHIGAN 4/23 aL, L 2-8, 5-8 Michigan State 4/25 aL, L 1-6, 7-8 (8) Southern Utah* 4/26 aL 3-5 Southern Utah* 4/30 hL, W 0-2, 7-5 EASTERN MICHIGAN 5/2 hL, L 0-4, 0-5 IUPUI* 5/3 hW 7-3 IUPUI* * = Summit League game; ! = Georgia Southern Invitational, Statesboro, Ga. ; @ = CSU Lady Bucs Invitational, Charleston, S.C. 2009 Record: 24-27, 12-11 Summit (5th) Home: 11-4 Away: 12-14 Neutral: 1-9 Head Coach: Glenn MacDonald (88-122) Date Site Score Opponent 2/23 nL 1-10 Georgia Southern ! 2/20 nL 2-6 Belmont ! 2/20 nL 1-10 (5) Charleston Southern ! 2/21 nL 3-6 Mercer ! 2/22 aL 8-11 Georgia Southern ! 2/23 aW, W 3-1, 16-1 (5) Savannah State 2/24 aW, W 6-2, 9-1 (5) South Carolina State 2/25 aL, L 2-6, 2-3 Presbyterian College 2/26 aW, L 6-3, 2-6 (6) Erskine College

3/6 3/7 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/14 3/15 3/21 3/22 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/23 4/26 4/27 5/1 5/2

aL nL nW nL aL aW, L aW aL, L aL hW hL aW hW, L hW nL, L nL hL, W hL, W hW hW, W aL, W aL hW, W aW, W aW

2-5, 3-4 (8) Morehead State 1-3 Wright State @ 5-4 Dayton @ 0-3 Wright State @ 0-2 Morehead State @ 6-0, 1-2 IUPUI * 7-1 IUPUI * 0-6, 0-5 Western Illinois * 0-3 Western Illinois * 8-0 (5), 4-2 UMKC * 0-4 UMKC * 8-0 (6) Central Michigan 2-0, 2-7 SOUTHERN UTAH * 6-3 SOUTHERN UTAH * 3-4 (11), 0-8 (5) North Dakota State * # 1-5 North Dakota State * # 0-1, 1-0 IPFW * 1-4, 2-1 CENTENARY * 4-3 (8) CENTENARY * 8-0 (5), 7-0 ROCHESTER COLLEGE 1-5, 4-3 (8) Michigan State 3-11 (6), 0-13 (5) #12 Ohio State 4-0, 7-4 DETROIT 10-2, 5-3 South Dakota State * 9-3 South Dakota State *

* Summit League game; ! Eagle Classic, Statesboro, Ga.; @ Morehead State Tournament, Morehead, Ky.; # University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 2010 Record: 17-37, 7-16 Summit (7th) Home: 4-9 Away: 9-16 Neutral: 4-12 Head Coach: Glenn MacDonald (92-134), Jane Zimmerman (13-25) Date Site Score Opponent 2/19 nL 0-8 (5) Lipscomb! 2/19 nL 0-8 (5) Georgia Southern ! 2/20 nL 4-5 Binghamton! 2/20 nL 0-20 (5) Lipscomb! 2/21 nW 4-2 (8) Binghamton! 2/22 aL 8-11 Georgia Southern ! 2/23 aW, W 8-2, 12-7 South Carolina State 2/24 aL, L 2-3, 0-8 (6) Presbyterian College 2/25 aW,L 1-0, 5-6 Furman 2/26 nL 4-10 Lipscomb% 2/26 nL 2-4 Tennessee Tech% 2/27 nL 1-2 Miami (Ohio)% 2/27 nL 0-7 Tennessee-Martin% 2/28 nL 2-3 Central Connecticut State% 3/6 nL 2-4 Pittsburgh@ 3/7 nW 6-5 IPFW@ 3/7 nW 5-1 Georgetown College@ 3/12 aL, W 1-8, 8-1 Centenary* 3/13 aL 4-5 Centenary* 3/19 nW 2-1 Houston Baptist& 3/19 nL 5-6 (8) Buffalo& 3/20 nL 1-12 (5) Sacred Heart& 3/20 nL 2-3 Coastal Carolina& 3/21 nL 2-3 Sacred Heart& 3/26 aW, L 11-8, 3-5 Southern Utah* 3.27 aW 13-3 (5) Southern Utah* 3/31 aW, L 4-2, 3-6 Central Michigan 4/2 hL, W 1-6, 3-1 IUPUI * 4/2 hW 4-2 IUPUI * 4/9 hL 0-6 NORTH DAKOTA STATE* 4/10 hL, L 0-3, 0-4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE* 4/14 hL 3-5 (8) EASTERN MICHIGAN 4/23 hW, W 9-1 (5), 9-7 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE* 4/24 hL 1-3 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE* 4/29 aL, L 4-5 (8), 0-4 Michigan State 4/30 hL, L 2-5, 0-8 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 5/1 hL 0-2 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 5/4 aW, W 6-2, 5-0 DETROIT 5/7 aL, L 2-7, 0-9 (5) UMKC * 5/8 aL 0-2 UMKC * 5/9 aL, L 1-8. 1-4 IPFW * * Summit League game; ! Eagle Classic, Statesboro, Ga.; # Frost Classic, Chattanooga, Tn.; @ Morehead State Tournament, Morehead, Ky.; & Coastal Carolina Tournament, Myrtle Beach, S.C.

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BATTING AVERAGE SEASON (MIN. 100 AB) 1. Ericka Burns (2001) 2. Ericka Burns (2003) 3. Julie Owen (2009) 4. Ericka Burns (2000) 5. Angela Righetti (2008) 6. Stephanie Zellner (2006) 7. Ericka Burns (2002) 8. Linnea Utecht (2003) 9. Jennifer Granger (2001) 10. Keri Sedgley (2001) CAREER (MIN. 250 AB) 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Stephanie Zellner (2005-06) 3. Keri Sedgley (2000-01) Julie Owen (2006-09) 5. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 6. Angela Righetti (2007-10) 7. Alyssa Deacon (2008-10) 8. Jaymie Voss (2001-02) 9. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) Caitlin Lynch (2006-09)

10. Christina Schulte (2001-05) .431 .426 .408 .391 .368 .357 .356 .348 .340 .338

CAREER (MIN. 250 AB) 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Julie Owen (2006-09) 3. Keri Sedgley (2000-01) 4. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 5. Jaymie Voss (2001-02) 6. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 7. Stephanie Zellner (2005-06) 8. Angela Righetti (2007-10) 9. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 10. Caitlin Lynch (2006-09)

.295 .277 .276 .275 .269

.688 .655 .631 .578 .552 .548 .538 .527 .510 .500

.615 .477 .455 .416 .413 .394 .392 .368 .352 .350

ON BASE PERCENTAGE SEASON (MIN. 100 AB) 1. Julie Owen (2009) 2. Ericka Burns (2003) 3. Ericka Burns (2001) 4. Linnea Utecht (2003) 5. Angela Righetti (2008) 6. Stephanie Zellner (2006) 7. Ericka Burns (2002) 8. Julie Owen (2008) 9. Ericka Burns (2000) 10. Lindsey Schaller (2006)

.441 .425 .373 .368 .356 .328 .324 .323 .321

GAMES PLAYED .398 .326 .318

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE SEASON (MIN. 100 AB) 1. Ericka Burns (2003) 2. Ericka Burns (2001) 3. Julie Owen (2009) 4. Ericka Burns (2000) 5. Ericka Burns (2002) 6. Julie Owen (2007) 7. Leah DiCristofaro (2010) 8. Camie Knorr (2006) 9. Keri Sedgley (2001) 10. Caitlin Lynch (2008)

CAREER (MIN. 250 AB) 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Julie Owen (2006-09) 3. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) Keri Sedgley (2000-01) 5. Stephanie Zellner (2005-06) 6. Angela Righetti (2007-10) 7. Alyssa Deacon (2008-) 8. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 9. Nina Catanzaro (2001-03) 10. Christina Schultz (2001-05)

.544 .509 .455 .433 .414 .408 .406 .404 .402 .400

SEASON 1. Erica Judge (2002) Megan Piar (2002) 3. Ericka Burns (2002) 4. Jennifer Granger (2002) 5. Erica Judge (2003) Jennifer Granger (2003) 7. Megan Piar (2003) Linnea Utecht (2003) 9. Nicole Schulte (2002) Jaymie Voss (2002) Stephanie Zellner (2006) CAREER 1. Erica Judge (2001-04) 2. Megan Piar (2000-03) 3. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 4. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 5. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 6. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 7. Julie Owen (2006-09) 8. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 9. Christina Schulte (2001-05) 10. Alex Perrino (2005-08)

64 63 62 61 60 58

226 224 218 212 210 206 198 191 184 178

GAMES STARTED SEASON 1. Erica Judge (2002) 2. Ericka Burns (2002) Megan Piar (2002) 4. Jennifer Granger (2003) Erica Judge (2003) 6. Megan Piar (2003) Linnea Utecht (2003) 8. Jaymie Voss (2002) 9. Christina Schulte (2002) Lisa Colores (2006)

CAREER 1. Erica Judge (2001-04) 2. Megan Piar (2000-03) 3. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 4. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 5. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 6. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 7. Julie Owen (2006-09) 8. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 9. Linnea Utecht (2000-03)

64 63 61 60 58 57

224 217 209 206 203 195 194 183 161

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AT BATS GAME 6 - 10 times last by Anne Cicchini vs. North Dakota St. (4/10/09) SEASON 1. Ericka Burns (2002) 2. Jennifer Granger (2003) 3. Linnea Utecht (2003) 4. Megan Piar (2003) 5. Megan Piar (2002) 6. Jaymie Voss (2001) Stephanie Zeller (2006) 8. Ericka Burns (2001) Camie Knorr (2006) 10. Jaymie Voss (2002) CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Megan Piar (2000-03) 3. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 4. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 5. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 6. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 7. Julie Owen (2006-09) 8. Erica Judge (2001-04) 9. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 10. Christina Schulte (2001-05)

194 182 181 177 170 168 167 166

663 623 568 565 546 539 532 485 453 434

RUNS GAME 4 - Katie Dreyer vs. Southern Utah (3/27/10) SEASON 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 3. Ericka Burns (2000-03) Camie Knorr (2003-06) 5. Ericka Burns (2000-03) Julie Owen (2006-09) 7. Ericka Burns (2000-03) Julie Owen (2006-09) Kelsey Krych (2010) 10. Nina Catanzaro (2003) Alyssa Deacon (2009) CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Julie Owen (2006-09) 3. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 4. Megan Piar (2000-03) 5. Nina Catanzaro (2001-03) 6. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 7. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) Alyssa Deacon (2008-) 9. Erica Judge (2001-04) 10. Jennifer Granger (2000-03)

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TRIPLES

HITS GAME 4 - 11 times, last by Katie Dreyer vs. South Dakota State (5/1/09)

GAME 2 - Three times, last by Ericka Burns vs. UMKC (5/10/03)

SEASON 1. Ericka Burns (2001) 2. Ericka Burns (2002) 3. Ericka Burns (2000) Linnea Utecht (2003) 5. Ericka Burns (2003) Stephanie Zeller (2006) 7. Keri Sedgley (2001) Jennifer Granger (2003) Julie Owen (2009) 10. Jennifer Granger (2001)

SEASON 1. Ericka Burns (2000) 2. Ericka Burns (2001) 3. Jaymie Voss (2001) Ericka Burns (2003) Nina Catanzaro (2003) 6. Linnea Utecht (2003) Christina Schulte (2005) Camie Knorr (2006) 9. Four tied at

CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Julie Owen (2006-09) 3. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 4. Megan Piar (2000-03) 5. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 6. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 7. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 8. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 9. Christina Schulte (2001-05) 10. Erica Judge (2001-04)

72 69 63 60 53

10 7 5

4

3

51

264 169 153 151 147 145 138 128 118 114

CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 3. Jaymie Voss (2001-02) 4. Christina Schulte (2001-05) 5. Megan Piar (2000-03) Linnea Utecht (2000-03) Nina Catanzaro (2001-03) Julie Owen (2006-09) 9. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 10. Five players tied at

24 10 8 7 6

5 3

HOME RUNS

SEASON 1. Keri Sedgley (2001) 2. Ericka Burns (2001) Ericka Burns (2002) Julie Owen (2009) Katie Dreyer (2010) 6. Laura Chomokos (2006) 7. Jennifer Granger (2003) Linnea Utecht (2003) Stephanie Zeller (2006) 10. Four time at CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) Julie Owen (2006-09) 4. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 5. Keri Sedgley (2000-01) Katie Dreyer (2007-10) 7. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 8. Megan Piar (2000-03) Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 10. Laura Chomokos (2005-06)

15 13

11 10

9

42 31 25 23 22 20 19

GAME 2 - Three times, last by Camie Knorr vs. IUPUI (4/29/06) SEASON 1. Camie Knorr (2006) 2. Ericka Burns (2002) Julie Owen (2007) 4. Ericka Burns (2003) 5. Jaymie Voss (2002) Roberta Ches (2008) 7. Five tied at CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 6. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 2. Julie Owen (2006-09) 4. Jaymie Voss (2001-02) Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) Haley Emerson (2007-10) Leah DiCristofaro (2009-) 8. Keri Sedgley (2000-01) Roberta Ches (2008-09) 10. Six tied at

9 7 6 5 4

18 15 14 6

29 28 26 25 24

94 71 69 66 64 56 51 49 47

GAME 9 - Camie Knorr vs. Chattanooga (2/24/04) Camie Knorr vs. IUPUI (4/29/06) SEASON 1. Ericka Burns (2001) 2. Ericka Burns (2002) 3. Ericka Burns (2003) 4. Ericka Burns (2000) 5. Linnea Utecht (2003) 6. Camie Knorr (2006) 7. Julie Owen (2009) 8. Keri Sedgley (2001) 9. Julie Owen (2007) 10. Jennifer Granger (2003)

111 107 97 93 90 88 82 80 74 72

CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Julie Owen (2006-09) 3. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 4. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 5. Megan Piar (2000-03) 6. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 7. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 8. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 9. Christina Schulte (2001-05) 10. Keri Sedgley (2000-01)

408 254 224 200 192 191 171 170 150 140

5 WALKS 4 GAME 4 - Erika Burns vs. Valparaiso (5/3/03)

RUNS BATTED IN GAME 6 - Caitlyn Lynch vs. Southern Utah (4/25/08) Dani Dulberg vs. Southern Utah (3/26/10) SEASON 1. Keri Sedgley (2001)

CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 3. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 4. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 5. Julie Owen (2006-09) 6. Keri Sedgley (2000-01) 7. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 8. Megan Piar (2000-03) Stephanie Zellner (2005-06) 10. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) Alex Perrino (2005-08)

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TOTAL BASES

DOUBLES GAME 2 - 32 times, last by Leah DiCristofaro vs. S. Dakota St. (4/23/10) Ashley Sullivan vs. S. Dakota St. (4/23/10)

2. Jennifer Granger (2003) Stephanie Zellner (2006) 4. Julie Owen (2009) 5. Linnea Utecht (2003) 6. Camie Knorr (2006) 7. Ericka Burns (2001) 8. Keri Sedgley (2000) Ericka Burns (2003) Caitlyn Lynch (2008)

32

SEASON 1. Haley Emerson (2007-10) 2. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 3. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 4. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) Angela Righetti (2007-10)

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6. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 7. Keri Sedgley (2001) Katie Dreyer (2007-10) Kelsey Krych (2010) 10. Lindsay Schaller (2006) CAREER 1. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 2. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 3. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 4. Nina Catanzaro (2001-03) Julie Owen (2006-09) 6. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 7. Katie Dreyer (2007-10) 8. Haley Emerson (2007-10) 9. Alex Perrino (2005-08) Angela Righetti (2007-10)

19 18

17

50 49 47 46 46 43 40 39 38

HIT-BY-PITCH SEASON 1. Julie Owen (2009) 2. Julie Owen (2008) 3. Jennifer Granger (2003) 4. Megan Piar (2003) 5. Julie Owen (2006) 6. Jennifer Granger (2002) Leah DiCristofaro (2009) 8. Five tied at CAREER 1. Julie Owen (2006-09) 2. Megan Piar (2000-03) 3. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 4. Cheron Guyton (2004-07) 5. Katie Dreyer (2007-10) 6. Kate Jones (2003-07) Leah DiCristofaro (2009-) 8. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) Haley Emerson (2007-10) 10. Four tied at

27 13 12 11 9 7 6

55 26 20 14 12 9 8 7

SACRIFICE HITS SEASON 1. Caitlyn Lynch (2007) 2. Caitlyn Lynch (2006) 3. Megan Piar (2003) 4. Lisa Colores (2006) 5. Caitlyn Lynch (2009) 6. Camie Knorr (2006) 7. Lauren Seffens (2000) Kate Jones (2004) Caitlyn Lynch (2008) Leah DiCristofaro (2009) CAREER 1. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 2. Megan Piar (2000-03) 3. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 4. Katie Dreyer (2007-10) 5. Lisa Colores (2005-06) Angela Righetti (2007-10) 7. Ericka Burns (2000-03)

19 18 15 13 10 9 8

55 28 25 21 16 15

Camie Knorr (2003-06) 9. Tosha Hodgkinson (2006-07) Julie Owen (2006-09)

14

STOLEN BASES GAME 4 - Kelsey Krych vs. Tennessee Tech (2/26/10) SEASON 1. Kelsey Krych (2010) 2. Alyssa Deacon (2009) 3. Anne Cicchini (2009) Anne Cicchini (2010) 5. Ericka Burns (2002) 6. Ericka Burns (2001) 7. Toni Salo (2004) 8. Camie Knorr (2006) Stephanie Schall (2009) 10. Three tied at CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Kelsey Krych (2008, 10-) 3. Anne Cicchini (2007-10) 4. Alyssa Deacon (2008-) 5. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 6. Stephanie Schall (2006-09) 7. Julie Owen (2006-09) 8. Megan Piar (2000-03) 9. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) 10. Erica Judge (2001-04)

37 19 18 16 15 13 12 9

46 43 36 32 23 22 21 21 18 17

STOLEN BASE ATTEMPTS SEASON 1. Kelsey Krych (2010) 2. Alyssa Deacon (2009) 3. Anne Cicchini (2010) 4. Toni Salo (2004) Anne Cicchini (2009) 6. Ericka Burns (2001) 7. Ericka Burns (2002) 8. Stephanie Schall (2009) 9. Camie Knorr (2006) 10. Three tied at CAREER 1. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 2. Kelsey Krych (2008, 10-) 3. Anne Cicchini (2007-10) 4. Alyssa Deacon (2008-) 5. Camie Knorr (2003-06) 6. Stephanie Schall (2006-09) Julie Owen (2006-09) 8. Megan Piar (2000-03) 9. Lauren Seffens (2000-03) Toni Salo (2004, 06)

40 26 22 21 19 16 14 13 11

51 47 44 42 37 28 26 25

PUTOUTS GAME 19 - Katie Jones vs. Western Illinois (4/2/04)

SEASON 1. Jennifer Granger (2003) 2. Jennifer Granger (2002) 3. Stephanie Zellner (2005) 4. Stephanie Zellner (2006) 5. Jennifer Granger (2001) Megan Piar (2003) 7. Angela Righetti (2009) 8. Megan Piar (2002) 9. Katie Dreyer (2010) 10. Lisa Colores (2006) CAREER 1. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 2. Megan Piar (2000-03) 3. Stephanie Zellner (2005-06) 4. Angela Righetti (2007-10) 5. Katie Dreyer (2007-10) 6. Alex Perrino (2005-08) 7. Erica Judge (2001-04) 8. Julie Owen (2006-09) 9. Kate Jones (2003-07) 10. Ericka Burns (2000-03)

428 413 360 356 322 288 242 235 228

1340 860 716 712 469 432 356 355 326 311

ASSISTS GAME 10 - Caitlin Lynch vs. C. Michigan (4/18/07) SEASON 1. Keri Sedgley (2001) 2. Ericka Burns (2002) 3. Caitlyn Lynch (2006) 4. Erica Judge (2002) 5. Keri Sedgley (2000) Caitlyn Lynch (2007) 7. Ericka Burns (2003) 8. Erica Judge (2003) 9. Erica Judge (2004) Lisa Colores (2005) CAREER 1. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 2. Erica Judge (2001-04) 3. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 4. Keri Sedgley (2000-01) 5. Julie Owen (2006-09) 6. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 7. Megan Piar (2000-03) 8. Lisa Colores (2005-06) 9. Nina Catanzaro (2001-03) 10. Natalie Webb (2004-05)

151 142 129 126 123 122 118 111

425 418 403 274 260 226 191 173 164 159

CHANCES GAME 19 - Katie Jones vs. Western Illinois (4/2/04) SEASON 1. Jennifer Granger (2003) 2. Jennifer Granger (2002) 3. Stephanie Zellner (2005) Stephanie Zellner (2006) 5. Megan Piar (2003)

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449 445 391 374


6. Jennifer Granger (2001) 7. Angela Righetti (2009) 8. Megan Piar (2002) 9. Lisa Colores (2006) 10. Megan Piar (2002) CAREER 1. Jennifer Granger (2000-03) 2. Megan Piar (2000-03) 3. Erica Judge (2001-04) 4. Angela Righetti (2007-10) 5. Stephanie Zellner (2005-06) 6. Ericka Burns (2000-03) 7. Caitlyn Lynch (2006-09) 8. Julie Owen (2006-09) 9. Katie Dreyer (2007-10) 10. Lisa Colores (2005-06)

343 324 320 300 277

1427 1080 854 807 782 781 749 656 564 502

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

SEASON 1. Nicole Marzano (2003) 2. Nicole Marzano (2002) 3. Laura Chomokos (2006) 4. Julie Anderson (2003) 5. Crystal Ruddock (2000)

1.30 1.48 1.58 1.81 2.32

CAREER 1. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 2. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 3. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 4. Jaymie Voss (2001-02) 5. Laura Chomokos (2005-06)

2.25 2.34 2.57 2.76 2.81

WINS SEASON 1. Laura Chomokos (2006) 2. Jessica Granger (2007) Jessica Granger (2009) 4. Julie Anderson (2003) 5. Julie Anderson (2001) Nicole Marzano (2003)

CAREER 1. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 2. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 3. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 4. Laura Chomokos (2005-06) 5. Linnea Utecht (2000-03)

16 12

48 39 36 27 22

CAREER 1. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 2. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 3. Linnea Utecht (2000-03)

104 69

GAMES STARTED SEASON 1. Jessica Granger (2007) 2. Jessica Granger (2009) 3. Laura Chomokos (2006) 4. Jaymie Voss (2002) Nicole Marzano (2004) Brittany Doyle (2010)

CAREER 1. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 2. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 3. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 4. Linnea Utecht (2000-03) 5. Laura Chomokos (2005-06)

95 92 69 60 56

SEASON 1. Jessica Granger (2007) 2. Laura Chomokos (2006) 3. Jessica Granger (2009) 4. Laura Chomokos (2005) 5. Jessica Granger (2008)

29 28 26 21 20

CAREER 1. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 2. Laura Chomokos (2005-06) 3. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 4. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 5. Brittany Doyle (2009-)

75 49 48 34 19

SHUTOUTS SEASON 1. Julie Anderson (2003) Jessica Granger (2009) 3. Jessica Granger (2007) 4. Nicole Marzano (2004) Laura Chomokos (2006)

CAREER 1. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 2. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 3. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 4. Laura Chomokos (2005-06) 5. Jaymie Voss (2001-02)

7 6

37

134 132 105

SEASON 1. Julie Anderson (2001) 2. Jaymie Voss (2001) Nicole Marzano (2002) Julie Anderson (2003) 5. Alison Tansel (2010) CAREER 1. Julie Anderson (2000-03)

5 4 3 2 2

GAME Crystal Ruddock vs. UMKC (3/24/00)

12.2

SEASON 1. Jessica Granger (2007) 2. Laura Chomokos (2006) 3. Jessica Granger (2009) 4. Nicole Marzano (2004) 5. Julie Anderson (2003)

251 221.2 204.1 191.1 185.2

CAREER 1. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 2. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 3. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 4. Laura Chomokos (2005-06) 5. Linnea Utecht (2000-03)

626.2 603 523.2 388 351.1

STRIKEOUTS GAME 15 by Laura Chomokos vs. Southern Utah (5/6/06) Jessica Granger vs. Savannah State (2/23/09)

SEASON 1. Laura Chomokos (2006) 2. Jessica Granger (2009) 3. Jessica Granger (2007) 4. Jessica Granger (2008) 5. Julie Anderson (2003)

217 195 166 149 140

CAREER 1. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 2. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 3. Laura Chomokos (2005-06) 4. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 5. Linnea Utecht (2000-03)

510 425 342 338 217

STRIKEOUTS PER 7 INNINGS 14 13 8 7 4

SAVES 40 38

2. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 3. Jaymie Voss (2001-02) 4. Alison Tansel (2008-) 5. Jessica Granger (2007-09) Brittany Doyle (2009-) INNINGS PITCHED

36 32 30 28

COMPLETE GAMES

20 19

APPEARANCES SEASON 1. Nicole Marzano (2002) 2. Jaymie Voss (2001) Nicole Marzano (2004) Jessica Granger (2007) 5. Julie Anderson (2001)

4. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 5. Jaymie Voss (2001-02)

4 3

2

SEASON 1. Nicole Marzano (2003) 2. Laura Chomokos (2006) 3. Jessica Granger (2009) 4. Marisa Everitt (2010) 5. Jessica granger (2008)

7.31 6.85 6.68 6.57 6.09

CAREER 1. Laura Chomokos (2005-06) 2. Jessica Granger (2007-09) 3. Nicole Marzano (2002-05) 4. Julie Anderson (2000-03) 5. Linnea Utecht (2000-03)

6.17 5.70 4.93 4.52 4.32

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A Anderson, Julie, P............................... 2000-01-02-03 Auxier, Barb...................................................................1980 B Bell, Sam, IF....................................................2008-09-10 Benza, Maria, OF................................. 2004-05-06-07 Bieszki, Bobbie, IF............................................. 2001-02 Blugerman, Dana, C/3B........................................2004 Brennan, Kerry, C/SS...............................2008-09-10 Brillhart, Stephanie, IF.............................................2004 Brubaker, Jessica, P........................................ 2005-06 Burger, Gail....................................................................1980 Burns, Ericka, SS/3B....................... 2000-01-02-03 C Catanzaro, Nina, 2B..................................2001-02-03 Ches, Roberta, OF............................................. 2008-09 Chichila, Megan, IF....................................................2010 Chomokos, Laura, P........................................ 2005-06 Cicchini, Angela, OF........................... 2007-08-09-10 Cicchini, Anne, OF............................... 2007-08-09-10 Clark, Sarah, P/OF............................................ 2006-07 Colores, Lisa, IF.................................................. 2005-06 Cybulski, Shelley, P...................................................2005 D Deacon, Alyssa, OF....................................2008-09-10 DiCristofaro, Leah, C/1B.............................. 2009-10 Dreyer, Katie, IF................................... 2007-08-09-10 Doyle, Brittany, P................................................ 2009-10 Dulberg, Dani, DP.......................................................2010 Duperon, Tiffany, 3B................................................2010 E Emerson, Haley, SS........................... 2007-08-09-10 Evans, Tiffany, P/IF...................................................2000 Everitt, Marisa, P/OF................................2008-09-10 F Finzel, Nancy.................................................................1980 Fischer, Liz.....................................................................1980 Frederick, Lindsey, OF.................................... 2006-07 G Galloway, Erin, IF........................................................2010 Gonda, Terry.................................................................1980 Gordon, Peggy.............................................................1980 Granger, Jennifer, 1B....................... 2000-01-02-03 Granger, Jessica, P..................................2007--08-09 Grys, Brittany, P..........................................................2008 Guyton, Cheron, OF........................... 2004-05-06-07 H Hair, Valene, C..................................................... 2002-03 Hernandez, Abbey, OF.................................... 2004-05 Hewelt, Kathy................................................................1980 Hodgkinson, Tosha, 2B.................................. 2006-07 J Johnson, Bozenna, IF....................... 2000-01-02-03 Jones, Kate, IF...................................... 2003-04-05-07 Judge, Erica, SS.................................. 2001-02-03-04

K Kenny, Kelly...................................................................1980 Kish, Anne.......................................................................1980 Knorr, Camie, OF................................. 2003-04-05-06 Kortas, Audrey.............................................................1980 Krych, Kelsey, OF............................................... 2008-10 Kosuda, Kristen, OF..................................................2001 L LaPine, Lauren, OF....................................................2007 Love, Sarah, C.............................................................2007 Lozon, Erica, 2B.................................. 2007-08-09-10 Luczak, Meghan, P............................................ 2006-07 Lynch, Caitlin, 3B/SS....................... 2006-07-08-09 M Maloney, Jeanne.........................................................1980 Marzano, Angie, P......................................................2006 Marzano, Nicole, P............................. 2002-03-04-05 McCoy, Donna, OF.....................................2001--02-03 McGowan, Mary-Kate, OF......................................2000 Mikula, Gigi.....................................................................1980 Mittelstadt, Maura......................................................1980 Morgan, Jennifer.........................................................2000 N Niederquill, Jennifer, OF.........................................2001 Nikolaus, Alivia, OF....................................................2010 Nutter, Danielle, C............................................. 2005-06 O Oresky, Lori...................................................................1980 Owen, Julie, SS/2B/OF................... 2006-07-08-09 Owens, Erica.................................................................2000 P Pasquali, Rachele, IF................................................2007 Pautz, Rikki, C..............................................................2008 Perrino, Alex, 1B.................................. 2005-06-07-08

Peters, Danielle, 3B...................................2008-09-10 Peters, Dayna, OF/P.................................2008-09-10 Petrie, Lyndia, OF.......................................................2002 Piar, Megan, C...................................... 2000-01-02-03 Pitera, Missy, OF.........................................................2005 Plunkitt, Laura, P........................................................2000 R Rhein, Samantha, C.......................................... 2007-08 Richardson, Abbie, P/1B.......................................2010 Righetti, Angela, C.............................. 2007-08-09-10 Roberts, Andrea, IF...................................................2007 Ruddock, Crystal, P..................................................2000 S Sabourin, Audrey, OF................................2007-08-10 Salo, Toni, OF....................................................... 2004-06 Sayger, Kara, OF................................................ 2001-02 Schall, Stephanie, OF....................... 2006-07-08-09 Schaller, Lindsey, OF....................................... 2005-06 Schalz, Kylie, SS/1B........................................ 2009-10 Schluckbier, Korey, P..............................................2004 Scholey, Jessica, C/IF............................................2004 Schulte, Christina, OF....................... 2001-03-04-05 Schulte, Nicole, C/IF........................................ 2001-02 Schulty, Niki, P.............................................................2007 Sedgley, Keri, 3B............................................... 2000-01 Seffens, Lauren, OF........................... 2000-01-02-03 Shamus, Danielle, C.......................... 2004-05-06-07 Showalter, Katie, IF...................................................2010 Shurkus, Katie, OF.....................................................2006 Sinawi, Heather, UT..................................................2003 Smith, Lindsey.............................................................2008 Snyder, Katie................................................................2000 Spanke, Corinne, C/3B..........................................2000 Stuard, Courtney, 1B...............................................2008 Sullivan, Ashley, SS............................ 2007-08-09-10 T Tansel, Alison, P..........................................2008-09-10 TerHaar, Danielle........................................................2000 Thelen, Megan, IF.......................................................2005 U Utecht, Linnea, P/IF........................... 2000-01-02-03 V Voss, Jaymie, P/UT.......................................... 2001-02 Voytal, Erinn, P/1B....................................................2003 Vondrasek, Teresa....................................................1980 W Watters, Sarah.............................................................2000 Webb, Natalie, 2B.............................................. 2004-05 Wengren, Chelsea, 1B............................................2008 West, Brittany, C..........................................2005-07-08 Wilson, Melissa, OF...................................................2002 Z Zellner, Stephanie, 1B.................................... 2005-06

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Nestled in the heart of Oakland County, Michigan, Oakland University has a student enrollment of 18,920 students in 132 baccalaureate and 177 graduate and certificate programs. Oakland University boasts a state-of-the-art campus featuring everything from NCAA Division I athletics to top-notch performances at the Meadow Brook Music Festival.

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The Academic Services staff has been created to enhance studentathletes’ development by providing the necessary support, counseling, and resources to achieve academic, personal, and athletic growth. Services provided include academic monitoring, academic progress meetings, registration assistance, tutorial assistance, CHAMPS/Life Skills workshops, community service opportunities, referrals, structured study hours in the Academic Center, and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

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Oakland University boasts one of the better weight rooms in The Summit League under the direction of strength and conditioning coach Todd Wohlfeil, who enters his third season with the Golden Grizzlies. The Athletics Weight Room was designed and constructed as part of the Athletic Center in 1998. It was constructed for use by Oakland University’s 18 Division I varsity teams. The 3,500 square foot weight room features a cardiovascular fitness area equipped with Star Trac equipment, Hammer Strength weight machines and free weights. The cardiovascular fitness area includes a Cardio-Theater, Star Trac treadmills, upright and recumbent stationary bikes and a Stairmaster Step Mill. Thirty-three Hammer Strength plate loaded machines, four Wynmor Husker racks, two Wynmor Power racks, a Smith machine, a dual adjustable pulley machine and a Stairmaster Gravitron are available to meet the strength training needs of Oakland University’s athletes. In total, the Oakland University Athletics Center Weight Room holds over seven tons of plates and free weights. The weight room also features a custom made Olympic Lift Platform, plyometric boxes and a Verti-Max jump Training system.

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Dr. Gary D. Russi • President Southwestern Oklahoma, ‘69

Gary Russi has served as Oakland University’s president since 1996, and he held the position of interim president from 1995 to 1996. Under his leadership Oakland completed its first strategic plan, 1995 - 2005. The 10year plan paved the way for Oakland’s unprecedented growth - in stature and size - and is helping the university realize

its 2010 vision. In April 2005 Russi announced the university’s first-ever comprehensive campaign, “Innovation and Opportunity The Campaign for Oakland University,” with a goal of raising $110 million by 2010. The Campaign for Oakland University is designed to propel the university to the next level in providing a comprehensive liberal education, raising funds for professorships, scholarships, research endowments, academic programs and improved facilities. As of September 2006 the university has raised more than $70.4 million toward that ambitious goal. Oakland University is a top-rated academic institution that is widely recognized as a university on the rise. With a steadily growing student population that topped 18,000 in fall 2006, Russi has worked with the Oakland community to maintain the highest caliber of academic quality and to build an infrastructure that retains the best features of a small campus setting while offering a large array of programs and services. Under Russi’s leadership, Oakland has introduced more than 40 new academic degree programs since 1995. Full-time faculty number more than 440 as of fall 2005, with 50 new positions approved for 2006-07. These new programs and faculty members have drawn a greater number - and an even more talented group - of students to the university. Average high school GPAs and ACT scores of incoming freshmen continue to rise. Russi’s commitment to experiential learning with flexible class schedules, high quality facilities and classroom technologies, and a wide array of student services and research opportunities is helping Oakland grow into a distinctive university focused on delivering a unique and progressive undergraduate education. In addition, during Russi’s tenure, Oakland has invested often with state support - more than $190 million to enrich environments for teaching, researching, learning, and living. Capital improvements include a $43-million Science and Engineering building, a $37-million Recreation and Athletics Center, the $17.5-million R. Hugh and Nancy Elliott Hall of Business and Information Technology, the $32-million Carlotta and Dennis Pawley Hall and $20-million new student apartments. This trend will continue with the Campaign for Oakland University’s goal of further capital enhancements to support the university’s growth. Russi joined Oakland University in 1993 as vice president for academic affairs where he was responsible for all academic programs, academic support services, research and several

university wide administrative services. In 1995 he assumed the role of interim president. He held both positions until he was named president in 1996. Russi is also a professor in Oakland’s School of Health Sciences. Prior to joining Oakland, Russi was vice president for research and strategic planning at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa where he served as the university’s chief research administrator and promoted institutional direction and support for faculty research endeavors. While there he was instrumental in focusing university staff resources and budgets to strengthen faculty research. Russi was also very involved there, as he is at Oakland, in supporting and promoting undergraduate student research projects. As vice president for research and strategic planning, Russi also led and managed the application of state-of-the-art information technology in the university’s administrative, educational and research activities. Russi’s administrative career at Drake University began in 1973 as a project coordinator in development and fund raising where he authored, co-authored and/or managed 42 funded grant or contract projects ranging from $200 to $900,000. From there he progressed through a variety of administrative positions, including department chair for the Clinical Externship Program, director of university planning, vice provost for planning and budgeting, and executive assistant to the president. Russi participated in the American Council on Education (ACE) Fellows Program in Academic Administration from 19821983 where he served as special assistant to the executive vice president and provost of the University of Nebraska. Russi’s teaching and research experience began at Southwestern Oklahoma State University where he was an undergraduate research assistant in chemistry from 19671969. His professional teaching and research career began in 1969 when he joined Kansas University as a teaching/research assistant in pharmacology and toxicology. During his tenure at Drake University he held the positions of assistant professor, associate professor and professor of pharmacology and toxicology. From 1973 to 1984, Russi published 17 abstracts and articles in professional journals. Between 1970 and 2006, he co-authored eight scientific articles, dissertations and abstracts. And from 1973 to 1991, he completed 13 invited scientific book reviews. Russi has achieved numerous honors and awards for his many achievements, including the George Wibby Athletic Award from Oakland University (2002), Distinguished Alumni Award from Southwestern Oklahoma State University (1998), Honorary Member of Golden Key National Honour Society at Oakland University (1993 to present), Merck Research Award at Southwestern Oklahoma State University (1969) and Rho Chi Society Undergraduate Research Award at Southwestern Oklahoma State University (1969). Russi currently serves as co-chair of the Oakland County Business Roundtable and vice chair of Oakland County Automation Alley. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Crittenton Hospital and the Citizens Research Council of Michigan, serves as chair of the Presidents Council of State Universities of Michigan and is a member of the Detroit Renaissance Board of Directors. Russi earned his bachelor of science degree in pharmacology from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and his doctor of philosophy degree in pharmacology and toxicology from the University of Kansas.

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2009-10 Men’s basketball sets league record for wins and qualifies for the NCAA Tournament. Jason Bigelow becomes first track athlete to qualify for the NCAA Championship. Men’s and Women’s swimming win 11th straight league title. Baseball wins last five games to qualify for Summit League Tournament 2008-09 Oakland enters tenth year of competing at NCAA Division I level. Men’s and Women’s basketball both make it to the postseason, with the women competing in the WNIT and the men competing in the CollegeInsider.com tournament Men’s Soccer hosts an NCAA tournament game for the first time Head Men’s Soccer coach Gary Parsons retires after 28 seasons at Oakland University. 2007-08 Men’s and Women’s Indoor Outdoor Track added. 2005-06 Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track added. 2004-05 Rawle Marshall (men’s basketball) signed a free agent contract with the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA. 2002-03 Mike Helms (men’s basketball) became Oakland’s first men’s basketball player to earn Division I All-America recognition by the Associated Press with his honorable mention selection. 2001-02 Anita Rapp (women’s soccer) and Sarah Judd (women’s basketball) earn All-America honors. Nick O’Shea (women’s soccer) was the NSCAA Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year. Two baseball players were chosen in the Major League Baseball draft — Jared Thomas (11th round) and David Viane (20th round). 1999-00 Anita Rapp (Norway/women’s soccer) and Haitham Hassan (Egypt/ men’s swimming) compete at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Norway beat the USA 3-2 to win the gold making Rapp the first OU athlete to win a gold medal. Erick Swanson (baseball) was chosen in the 12th round of the Major League Baseball draft. Softball added. 1998-99 The athletic center expansion is completed. The Recreation and Athletic Center (RAC) pool is opened in September. The first basketball game at the O’Rena occurs on November 17, 1998 against fourth ranked Michigan State 1997-98 Oakland makes the move from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I. OU joins the Mid-Continent Conference. Mascot changed from Pioneers to Golden Grizzlies. 1996-97 Men’s Soccer advances to championship game for third time, losing 3-1 to Grand Canyon. Ground is broken for the expansion of the athletic center. 1995-96 Men’s and Women’s Basketball both win the GLIAC Championships, the first sweep in 11 years. 1994-95 Men’s Soccer loses in overtime in the national championship game, 3-0 to Tampa. Women’s and Men’s Swimming both win the national championship, the first of four straight for the men. Men’s Basketball earns first of three straight NCAA Tournament bids. Women’s Basketball team advances to the Elite Eight. Women’s Golf and Women’s Soccer added. 1993-94 Women’s Cross Country added.

Volleyball earns first NCAA Tournament berth. 1992-93 Men’s Tennis dropped at the end of the school year. 1989-90 Women’s Swimming wins first of five straight national championships. Women’s Basketball makes second trip to NCAA Division II Final Four. 1988-89 Women’s Swimming and Diving wins first GLIAC title, starting a streak of seven in eight years. 1986-87 Men’s Soccer advances to championship game (losing 4-1 to Seattle Pacific), first of nine straight appearances in the NCAA tournament. Baseball reinstated. 1984-85 Wrestling dropped at end of school year. 1982-83 Men’s Soccer team earns first of six trips to the NCAA semi-finals. 1981-82 Women’s Swimming team finishes third at the first NCAA Division II championship meet. Women’s Basketball team wins first of seven GLIAC Championships, advances to the Final Four. 1979-80 Men’s Swimming wins the school’s first NCAA Championship. Volleyball and Men’s Tennis win GLIAC titles. Baseball dropped at the end of school year. 1977-78 Baseball wins GLIAC title. Board of Trustees approves student fee supporting intercollegiate athletics. 1976-77 Men’s Soccer team earns first NCAA Tournament berth in the fourth year of the program. Men’s Swimming and Diving team wins first of 19 GLIAC Championships. No other GLIAC school won a men’s league swimming title while OU was a member. Volleyball and Women’s Tennis added. 1974-75 Men’s Swimming is seventh at the NCAA Division II Championships, starting a streak of 23 straight top-seven finishes. Women’s Basketball begins competition 1973-74 The Board of Trustees approves membership into the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Men’s Soccer added. 1972-73 President Donald O’Dowd institutes athletic scholarships for men and women. 1971-72 Men’s Golf and Wrestling added. 1968-69 Baseball added. Cross Country qualifies for the NCAA Division II National Championship. 1966-67 Faculty Athletic Committee recommends the addition of men’s and women’s basketball. 1965-66 Women’s swimming is added. 1964-65 Mr. Lepley authorized to begin the following men’s intercollegiate sports: soccer, cross country, tennis and swimming. 1963-64 Intramural building completed. 1959-60 Hollie Lepley hired as Director of Athletics.

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Tracy Huth • Director of Athletics Oakland, ‘84

When one thinks of Oakland University athletics, one of the first names that comes to mind is that of third-year Director of Athletics Tracy Huth. After all, Huth has been involved with Oakland University athletics as a studentathlete, coach, and administrator since the 1980-81 academic year. Huth was appointed Director of Athletics in October 2007 after serving as the interim director for one year, and immediately put in motion an ambitious plan to enhance the overall Oakland University athletics experience, both for student-athletes and fans alike. The result thus far has been a more fan-friendly atmosphere at all OU events, and increasing student-athlete success both athletically and academically. During his first year as OU’s Director of Athletics, Oakland placed more student-athletes on The Summit League Academic All-League teams than any other institution, and Golden Grizzly teams captured league titles in men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s swimming and diving; and saw the school’s first individual league champion in track and field. The OU basketball programs were the only teams in The Summit League to beat ranked opponents, and Oakland University also played host to The Summit League women’s soccer and men’s and women’s swimming and diving championships. In the coming year, OU will host the men’s soccer championship and will once again host the men’s and women’s swimming and diving championships. Prior to making the move into the athletics director’s office, Huth served over nine years as an Associate Athletics Director and Assistant Athletics Director, including a one-year stint OU’s Senior Associate Athletics Director where he was in charge of supervising the department’s operations. While an assistant director, Huth’s primary responsibilities were in the areas of program supervision, student-athlete services, and compliance. During his time as a departmental administrator, Huth has been involved in several league and national committees. In March 2006, Huth was appointed to a four-year term on the NCAA Swimming & Diving Committee. He has also served on the NCAA’s Academic/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (2001-05) and served as the tournament manager for the first and secondround games in the 2006 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament hosted by Oakland at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Huth currently serves as a member of The Summit League Joint Council, the league’s Budget Committee and Competition Committee, and

also chairs the Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving Sport Committee. The strides made by the athletics program during Huth’s tenure should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with his track record as a coach. Huth spent 11 years as the head coach of OU’s women’s swimming and diving program, establishing the Oakland program as the premier program in the country at the Division II level. His teams finished in the top three nationally in nine consecutive seasons, winning five consecutive national championships and three consecutive second-place finishes from 1990-97. Huth was named the NCAA Division II Coach of the Year three times for his team’s accomplishments. Only Kenyon College (17 consecutive Division III titles from 1984-2000) and Truman State University (six consecutive Division II titles from 2001-06) have posted more consecutive national championships in women’s swimming and diving, while only Texas (five consecutive Division I titles from 198488) and Stanford (five consecutive Division I titles from 199296) have matched the total of five straight, which stood as a Division II record until 2006. Huth began his coaching career at Oakland in 1985 as an assistant coach with the men’s swimming and diving program, a position he held for two years before taking the reins of the women’s program. Huth remained as the women’s head coach until 1998, when he stepped down to focus on his position as Assistant Athletics Director as OU made the move to Division I. But before Huth became well-known as the highlysuccessful coach of OU’s women’s swimming program, he earned recognition as one of the top swimmers in the nation. Arguably the most accomplished student-athlete in OU history, Huth earned a rare 24 All-America honors, claiming 13 individual national championships. Huth was a four-time national champion in both the 200- and 400-yard individual medley, and was named NCAA Division II Swimmer of the Year three times. He remains the only swimmer in NCAA history to have won both the 200 and 400 IM four times. In 2002 Huth had the unique honor of being selected to the Oakland University Lepley Hall of Honor for a second time. He and is the only member to be enshrined twice. Originally named to the Hall in 1990 for his swimming accomplishments as a student-athlete, his second honor was in recognition of his coaching accomplishments. A native of Yakima, Wash., Huth is a member of the North Oakland Family YMCA Advisory Board and the March of Dimes “Walk America Troy” site committee. He earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Oakland in 1985, and in 1996, Huth earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Wayne State University. He currently resides in Clarkston with his wife Jenny and has two children, Kara and Chance.

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SIMON DOVER

STACY MOSELY

Associate Athletics Director Business/External Operations Oakland, ‘88

Associate Athletics Director Internal Operations Senior Woman Administrator Cal Poly, ‘93

Simon Dover joined the Oakland athletics staff as the business manager in November of 1998. In the summer of 2000 he was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Finance and Administration and in January of 2006 was promoted to Associate Athletic Director for Internal Operations and became Associate Athletic Director for External Operations in December of 2008. Dover is responsible for managing the multi-million dollar athletic budget, contract negotiations, financial aid for student-athletes and as is an active part of the departments strategic planning initiatives. Dover oversees the athletic communiciations, marketing and promotions and athletic training operations. Dover’s also has supervisory responsibility for Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track. A native of Rochester, Mich. Dover came to Oakland in 1998 from the Palace of Auburn Hills and Palace Sports and Entertainment where he worked from 1991-1998. Prior to The Palace, Dover worked in public accounting from 1988–91. Dover, a 1988 graduate of Oakland with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, received his masters of finance degree in 1998 from Walsh College. He is a member of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the College Athletic Business Managers Association. Dover resides in Rochester, with his wife Janice and their two children, Harrison and Haley.

Stacy Mosely joined the Oakland athletics staff in May 2008. Along with direct oversight of several programs at OU, Mosely will also serve as the Senior Woman Administrator for the Golden Grizzlies. Prior to her efforts at Miami (FL) where she spent one year as the Associate Director of Alumni Programs, Mosely worked 12 years at Northern Illinois University in various positions. She was most recently an Assistant Athletic Director in charge of marketing and promotions and worked four years as the Assistant A.D. in charge of internal operations where she supervised baseball, men’s soccer, women’s gymnastics and golf. Mosely also served as the Tournament Director for the men’s golf championship (2003) and women’s gymnastics championship (2005) for the Mid-American Conference. Along with those accomplishments, Mosely assisted with the development of a $200,000 contract with Adidas to supply free athletic apparel for the Huskies and expanded women’s basketball media coverage through radio broadcasts and telecasts. Mosely graduated from California Polytechnic State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and human development in June 1993. She went on to earn her master’s degree in sports management in May 1996. Mosely is married to Marquis Mosely who is a former football coach at Miami (FL).

JOE IMPELLIZZERI

Assistant Athletics Director Development Olivet, ‘84

Joe Impellizzeri is in his third year as the Associate Director of Athletics for Development at Oakland University. Impellizzeri is responsible for securing private gifts and managing donor relations. Before joining Oakland, Impellizzeri spent five years as a Director of Resource Development for the United Way for Southeastern Michigan. Most recently, Impellizzeri was responsible for raising nearly $8 million to fully fund the start-up and first three years of operations of United Way 2-1-1. During his tenure at United Way Impellizzeri also increased the overall revenue from leadership and major gifts five percent, from $12.9 million to $13.5 million. Prior to his time at United Way, Impellizzeri spent four years at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, the last two as the Vice President for External Relations, leading a fund-raising effort that resulted in a record $2.96 million in 2001. A native of Fraser, Michigan, Impellizzeri earned a bachelor’s degree in history and political science from Olivet College in 1984. While at Olivet, Impellizzeri was a three-year member of the Comets’ baseball team. In 1995, Impellizzeri earned a master’s in sports management and sports administration from Ohio State University. Impellizzeri resides in Macomb Township, Michigan with his wife Heidi and their three daughters, Audrey, Katherine and Sarah.

HOLLY KERSTNER

Assistant Athletics Director Student-Athlete Services Concordia, ‘95

Holly Kerstner joined the Oakland University athletic department staff in 2006 as the Assistant Athletic Director for Student Athlete Services, a position created to help student-athletes succeed in the classroom as well as in competition. Kerstner also oversees the Grizzly Center for Graduates and Champions, the academic center for student-athletes which provides tutorial support and other resources to assist them in the classroom. She will also serve as the administrator of the Grizzly tennis, volleyball and softball teams. Additionally, Kerstner oversees the Lifeskills program which aids student-athletes in making the transition between university life and post-graduation responsibilities. Prior to joining the Grizzly staff Kerstner served a four-year stint at Radford University as the Director of Student-Athlete Support Services. She oversaw all academic services, including the tutorial center and advising. Kerstner was also the Student Athlete Advisory Committee advisor at Radford. Kerstner spent four years at the University of Detroit as the Director of Advising and Academic Services before moving along to Radford. Her duties included admitting, advising and counseling student-athletes, as well as conditionally admitting students and overseeing the learning center.

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ROB BEAM

BRIANCOSTELLO

BECKIE FRANCIS

PETE HOVLAND

JOHN MUSACHIO

NICK O’SHEA

ERIC POGUE

HEATHER REDSHAW

JANA CARNEY

MATT HERREMA

GINA DeMARTIS Administrative Asst.

Head Athletic Trainer

SARAHPREISINGER

ELISABETHPUTNAM

SAMANTHARADEL

CHADTHOMPSON

EDDIE TURNER

ADRIAN KOWAL

Volleyball

Baseball

KATE BOYLAN

Coordinator of Promotions

SARAH JUDD

Men’s/Women’s Golf

Women’s Soccer

Coordinator of Business Ops.

SCOTTMacDONALD

Women’s Basketball

Men’s Soccer

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Dir. of MBB Operations

Dir. of Communications

Dir. of WBB Operations

BRENT STOUT

SCOTT DUNFORD Asst. Dir. of Communications

Coordinator of Annual Giving

Asst. Dir. of Facilities

Swimming and Diving

Women’s Tennis

Facilities Coordinator

Equipment Manager

GREG KAMPE Men’s Basketball

LADONIA HUGHES Softball

PAUL RICE

LAINIE BISBEE

TOM FORD

SCHENETTE FOWLER

Track/Cross Country

Assoc. Athletic Trainer

Compliance Coordinator

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Asst. Athletic Trainer

Accounting Clerk

MIKE BOND

Communications Asst.

TODDWOHLFEIL

Dir., Strength/Conditioning


THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

IUPUI’s Chen Ni became The Summit League’s rst NCAA female national champion, winning the women’s platform dive at the 2010 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. As The Summit League concludes its third decade as an NCAA Division I athletics conference, the ascending level of performance among the 10 member institutions and over 3,000 student-athletes in 19 championship sports continues. Now in its 29th year, The Summit League is in the midst of a renaissance, both on the playing eld and in the classroom. During the 2009-10 academic year, the League produced a national champion, 11 All-Americans, eight Academic All-Americans and 33 Academic All-District honorees. IUPUI’s Chen Ni made history at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships and highlighted the individual accomplishments in 2009-10. The sophomore became The Summit League’s rst female national champion, and fth NCAA titlist overall, when she nished rst in the platform dive. Also garnering national recognition was Oakland men’s basketball player Keith Benson, who received The Summit League’s rst national individual award for basketball performance when he was named the Lou Henson Award winner as the nation’s Mid-Major Player of the Year. The level of performance in men’s basketball continued to rise as The Summit League was one of just six leagues outside of the “power six” conferences to have both of its championship game participants compete with RPI ratings in the top 85. The Summit League had two teams post 25-win seasons, making it one of seven leagues outside of the “power six” and one of 12 overall in Division I to make that claim. Summit League champion Oakland set new standards for season League victories (17), winning percentage (.944) and tied the mark for consecutive League wins (16). The Summit League’s Basketball Championship extended its visibility in 2010, as for the rst time in history all 14 men’s and women’s tournament games were televised, including all seven men’s contests with a national reach via an ESPN platform. Overall attendance in Sioux Falls, S.D., was the second-highest on record and a new women’s quarternal session mark was set with 5,384 spectators. Several other sports also saw records fall during the 2009-10 campaign. In volleyball, North Dakota State set a new mark with its 37th consecutive League win en route to its second straight undefeated season. Additionally, the League set standards for postseason participation in both track & eld, where an all-time best 50 athletes qualied for the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Preliminary Rounds, and women’s basketball, where three teams advanced to postseason play. Academically, six Summit League teams were bestowed with the NCAA Public Recognition Award, an honor given to teams

that have a Division I Academic Progress R Rate (APR) in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. IPFW led with three teams on the list, including men’s cro cross country, women’s lf and d volleyball, ll b ll while hil another th ttrio i off tteams, UMKC volleyball, golf North Dakota State women’s golf and Oakland women’s golf, also received accolades. The national reach of The Summit League continues to expand with member institutions selected as hosts for NCAA Championship events, beginning with UMKC serving as a co-host for the 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championship. IUPUI will serve as a co-host for the 2011 Women’s Final Four and the 2015 Men’s Final Four and be the host for both the 2013 and 2017 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. League members were selected for several NCAA preliminary competitions with Oakland hosting the 2010 Cross Country Great Lakes Regional and 2013 Men’s Basketball First and Second Rounds and IUPUI serving as co-host for one of the four 2013 Men’s Basketball Regionals. Last season’s Summit League accomplishments came on the heels of a successful year in 2008-09. Attendance and sponsorship records were set at the 2009 Basketball Championships, the inaugural season in Sioux Falls. Furthermore, The League saw an unprecedented three teams end the season with a national ranking, a total of seven NCAA Tournament wins, and the NCAA’s largest men’s basketball attendance increase. A pair of former Summit League student-athletes gained individual acclaim on the world stage during the summer of 2008. Former Oral Roberts track star Andretti Bain won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a member of the Bahamas’ 4x400-meter relay team after having claimed both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor 400-meter titles earlier in the year. Former IUPUI standout George Hill became The Summit League’s second NBA rst round draft pick when he was selected 26th by the San Antonio Spurs after garnering Summit League Player of the Year honors. Originally formed in 1982 as the Association of Mid-Continent Universities and later known as the Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League is in its fourth year of a rebranding that followed its 25th anniversary and coincided with the Summit Plan, a strategic plan that places a renewed emphasis on improving the academic and athletic performances of all league student-athletes. Included in the plan was the league’s new name, the creation of a new image and the addition of three member institutions. The Summit League has a combined enrollment of over 125,000 at 10 member institutions: Centenary College of Louisiana, IPFW (Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis), UMKC (University of Missouri-Kansas City), North Dakota State University, Oakland University, Oral Roberts University, South Dakota State University, Southern Utah University and Western Illinois University.

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

340 W. Buttereld Rd., Suite 3D Elmhurst, IL 60126 Phone: (630) 516-0661 Fax: (630) 516-0673

www.thesummitleague.org

Tom Douple Commissioner

Commissioner ................................................. Tom Douple Associate Commissioner ................................. Myndee Kay Larsen Assistant Commissioner .................................. Greg Walter Director of Communications ............................ David Brauer Director of Marketing ..................................... Vanessa Quimpo Associate Director of Communications ............ Greg Mette Ofce Manager ............................................... Brenda Hilton Communications Assistant .............................. Stephanie Sabaduquia

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One of the Summit League’s most iconic moments came when Valparaiso’s Bryce Drew hit “the shot”, a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer, to top Mississippi in the rst round of the 1998 NCAA Tournament. Valpo’s story captivated the nation as they became the league’s second team to reach the “Sweet 16.” In April 2009, the University of South Dakota accepted an invitation to join the league with full membership beginning in 2011-12 and currently serves as an associate member for swimming and diving. The League has one additional associate member in Eastern Illinois University, which currently competes in swimming and diving and will join in men’s soccer in 2011. These member institutions pride themselves on providing quality athletic, academic and social experiences for their student-athletes. The Summit League sponsors 19 championship sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s indoor track and eld, men’s and women’s outdoor track and eld, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The league champion receives automatic bids to the NCAA Tournament in all applicable sports. Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986, Cleveland State upset third-seeded Indiana in the rst round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on its way to a berth in the Sweet 16. A decade later, Valparaiso captured the nation’s attention when Bryce Drew hit “the shot” to defeat No. 4 seed

Mississippi in an NCAA rst-round game and spark its Sweet 16 run. More recently, Oral Roberts’ baseball program nished the 2004 campaign with a national-ranking and became the rst Summit League school to reach an NCAA Super Regional in 2006. Three years later, North Dakota State’s 2009 softball team became the rst League member to win an NCAA regional and advance to the Super Regional round. During the 2008-09 basketball season, South Dakota State’s women’s team was nationally-ranked throughout the year and capped its season with an NCAA Tournament rst round victory. The League has produced ve NCAA champions, four Olympic athletes and several All-Americans in the sports of track and eld, swimming and diving and cross country. Numerous professionals and several draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball rst round picks, a pair of NBA rst rounders and one WNBA selection. Former Summit Leaguers Kevin Duckworth (NBA) and Kevin Seitzer (MLB) each were two-time all-stars during their professional careers. Recent and historical success coupled with an increased growth among its membership base gives The Summit League a promising future on the landscape of college athletics.

NOTABLE FORMER STUDENT-ATHLETES

Andretti Bain Kevin Duckworth Oral Roberts Track & Field Eastern Illinois Basketball 2008 NCAA 400m Champion (I/O) Two-time NBA All-Star

Kevin Seitzer Eastern Illinois Baseball Two-time MLB All-Star

Liza Brown DePaul Softball 1999 1st Team All-American

Zane Teilane Western Illinois Basketball WNBA Draft Pick/2008 Olympian

Anita Rapp Oakland Soccer 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist

SUMMIT LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP AT A GLANCE CENTENARY Nicknames: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League: OAKLAND Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Gents/Ladies Shreveport, La. 887 1825 2003 Golden Grizzlies Rochester, Mich. 18,169 1957 1997

IPFW Nickname: Mastodons Location: Fort Wayne, Ind. Enrollment: 13,675 Founded: 1964 Joined League: 2007 ORAL ROBERTS Nickname: Golden Eagles Location: Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment: 3,140 Founded: 1963 Joined League: 1997

IUPUI Nickname: Jaguars Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment: 30,300 Founded: 1969 Joined League: 1998 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Jackrabbits Location: Brookings, S.D. Enrollment: 12,376 Founded: 1881 Joined League: 2007

UMKC Nickname: Kangaroos Location: Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment: 14,221 Founded: 1933 Joined League: 1994 SOUTHERN UTAH Nickname: Thunderbirds Location: Cedar City, Utah Enrollment: 7,516 Founded: 1897 Joined League: 1997

NORTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Bison Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 14,189 Founded: 1890 Joined League: 2007 WESTERN ILLINOIS Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks Location: Macomb, Ill. Enrollment: 13,331 Founded: 1899 Joined League: 1982 (charter member)

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: The University of South Dakota competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and will begin league competition for all sports in 2011-12 with eligibility for all regular season and tournament championships beginning in 2012-13. Eastern Illinois competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and begin play as an associate member in men’s soccer in 2011. FORMER MEMBERS: Akron (1990-92); Buffalo (1994-98); C.W. Post (Baseball, 1995-98); Central Connecticut State (1994-98); Chicago State (1994-2006); Cleveland State (1982-94); DePaul (Softball, 1993-99); Green Bay (1982-94); Howard (M-Soccer, 1996-98); Illinois-Chicago (1982-94); Milwaukee (1993-94); Missouri State (1982-90); New York Tech (Baseball, 1995-98); Northeastern Illinois (1994-98); Northern Illinois (1990-94); Northern Iowa (1982-91); Oneonta State (M-Soccer, 1996-97); Pace (Baseball, 1995-98); Quincy (M-Soccer, 1994-95); SIU-Edwardsville (M-Soccer, 1994-95); Troy (1994-97); Valparaiso (1982-2007); Wright State (1991-94); Youngstown State (1992-2001).

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2011 Oakland University Softball Schedule FEBRUARY 21 at Mercer at Mercer 22 at SouthCarolina State at SouthCarolina State 23 at Presbyterian at Presbyterian 24 at Furman at Furman 25 vs. La Salle# vs. Lafayette# 26 at USC Upstate# vs. Howard

Macon, Ga. Macon, Ga. Orangeburg, S.C. Orangeburg, S.C. Clinton, S.C. Clinton, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Spartanburg, S.C. Spartanburg, S.C Spartanburg, S.C Spartanburg, S.C

MARCH 4 at Morehead State at Morehead State 5 vs. Bowling Green$ 6 vs. Bowling Green$ at Morehead State$ 11 at Western Illinois* at Western Illinois* 12 at Western Illinois* 18 at IUPUI* at IUPUI* 19 at IUPUI* 23 TOLEDO TOLEDO 24 DETROIT DETROIT 29 CENTRAL MICHIGAN CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Morehead, Ky. 2 p.m. Morehead, Ky. 4 p.m. Morehead, Ky. 11 a.m. Morehead, Ky. 10 a.m. Morehead, Ky. 2 p.m. Macomb, Ill. 3 p.m. Macomb, Ill. 5 p.m. Macomb, Ill. 12 p.m. Indianapolis, Ind. 4 p.m. Indianapolis, Ind. 6 p.m. Indianapolis, Ind. 12 p.m. ROCHESTER, MICH. 3 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 5 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 3 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 5 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 2 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 4 P.M.

4 6 1 3 2 4 2 4 12 6 12 5

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

APRIL 1 CENTENARY* CENTENARY* 2 CENTENARY* 5 WESTERN MICHIGAN WESTERN MICHIGAN 8 at North Dakota State* at North Dakota State* 9 at North Dakota State* 12 at Eastern Michigan at Eastern Michigan 15 SOUTHERN UTAH* SOUTHERN UTAH* 16 SOUTHERN UTAH* 23 UMKC* UMKC* 24 UMKC* 27 at Michigan State at Michigan State 29 IPFW* IPFW* 30 IPFW*

ROCHESTER, MICH. 3 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 5 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 12 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 2 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 4 P.M. Fargo N. D. 3 p.m. Fargo N. D. 5 p.m. Fargo, N.D. 12 p.m. Ypsilanti, Mich. 2 p.m. Ypsilanti, Mich. 4 p.m. ROCHESTER, MICH. 1 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 3 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 12 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 3 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 5 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 12 P.M. East Lansing, Mich. 4 p.m. East Lansing, Mich. 6 p.m. ROCHESTER, MICH. 3 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 5 P.M. ROCHESTER, MICH. 12 P.M.

MAY 6 at South Dakota State* Brookings, S.D. at South Dakota State* Brookings, S.D. 7 at South Dakota State* Brookings, S.D.

2 p.m. 4 p.m. 12 p.m.

All times EST and subject to change Home Games in BOLD CAPS # - Campus Suites Spartan Classic hosted by USC Upstate $ - Morehead State Tournament

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