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quick facts Team Information

Contents Quick Facts & Schedule

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Sports Information

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2013 Season Preview

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2013 Schedule

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2013 Roster

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Head Coach

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Assistant Coaches

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2013 Player Profiles

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2013 Opponents

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All-Time Roster

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Year-by-Year Record

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Annual Leaders

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Honor Roll

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Year-by-Year Results

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Record Book

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University Information

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City of Columbus

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University President - Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D.

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University Directions

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Athletic Facilities

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Athletic Leadership

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The GLIAC

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Athletic Trainers

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Facility Field.......................................................... Panther Field

The NCAA, GLIAC, its member institutions and our student-athletes support

Coaches Head Coach....................Marcella Vanlandingham Alma Mater.......................................Asbury (‘92) Record at ODU......................539-424 (19th year) Career Record............................................. Same Email....................vanlandm@ohiodominican.edu Assistant Coach........................... Amanda Ritzler Alma Mater........Ohio Dominican (‘09) – 1st Year Email........................ ritzlera@ohiodominican.edu Assistant Coach........................Shelly Rheinfrank Alma Mater.................. Rio Grande (‘99) - 9th Yr. Program History First Year.................................................................. N/A All-Time Record.....................................736-589-5 (30) Conference Record* ..................................... 309-155-2 NAIA All-Americans..................................................... 7 Player/Pitcher of the Year%....................................... 11 All-Conference Selections ....................................... 123 Regular Season Conf. Champs.......................................... 7 Last............................................................... 2008 NAIA Regional Championships.................................... 2 Last............................................................... 2005 NAIA National Championship Appearances................. 2 Last............................................................... 2005 Team Information 2012-13 Record................................................ 23-28-1 Home.............................................................8-10 Away................................................................6-7 Neutral...........................................................3-11 GLIAC.....................................................................17-9 Fielding Starters Returning/Lost...............................9/1 Pitchers Retuning/Lost..............................................2/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................................10/1 Newcomers.................................................................. 5 * GOAC/MOC/AMC/GLIAC % MOC/AMC/Region IX # GOAC/MOC/AMC/A.I.I./GLIAC

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Game Environment Statement

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good sportsmanship. We see our athletic venues as extensions of the classroom environment where, among other lessons, we teach and learn about the importance of dignity and respect for others. Your presence at this competition is valued by the student-athletes, coaches and administration. It is important that all participants, including spectators and officials, have a great experience while attending our athletic events. Our student-athletes ask for enthusiastic support for your respective team. Cheering and encouraging good performance and effort are what they expect to see. Therefore, we ask that you refrain from using derogatory or abusive language actions or gestures toward student-athletes, coaches, officials and fans as you cheer on your team. Failure to behave in a respectful manner may result in removal from the event. With your help, we can make this an event everyone can enjoy.

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sports information staff Scott Miles Sports Information Director Scott Miles is entering his fourth year as the sports information director at Ohio Dominican University. Miles, a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), oversees the media relations and publicity of the Ohio Dominican athletic department. He helped develop and launch www.ohiodominicanpanthers.com in December, 2010 and also started and co-hosted the weekly “Panther Spotlight” coaches shows. Miles is also a member of the CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-American Committee. Miles graduated from nearby Capital University in December, 2008, with a degree in English-Professional Writing and worked as a student assistant in the sports information office, running the department on an interim basis in the summer of 2008. The Solon, Ohio native interned with the Ohio High School Athletic Association from 2008-09 and spent a year as the athletic media relations intern with the University of Toledo, serving as the primary media contact for seven varsity teams while assisting with coverage of the football, men’s and women’s basketball, soccer and baseball teams. Outside of his work in sports information, Miles spent two summers as an intern with the Lake County Captains, a minor league affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, and called baseball games for the Delaware Cows of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League. He also announced football, volleyball, basketball and baseball games for Capital and was the sports editor of the campus newspaper.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location..................................................................... Columbus, Ohio Founded....................................................................................... 1911 Enrollment.................................................................................. 3,100 President................................................................. Dr. Peter Cimbolic University Website.........................................www.ohiodominican.edu Nickname............................................................................... Panthers Colors............................................................... Black, Gold and White Affiliation.................................................................................NCAA II Conference.............................................................................. (GLIAC) Athletics Athletic Website.............................. www.ohiodominicanpanthers.com Athletic Phone............................................................. (614) 251-4537 Athletic Director..................................................................... Jeff Blair Assistant Athletic Director (SWA)................................... Sandy Rowley Director of Compliance......................................................Cindy Hahn Sports Information SID..................................................................................... Scott Miles Office.......................................................................... (614) 251-4577 Cell............................................................................. (216) 310-2472 Fax.............................................................................. (614) 252-2556 E-mail...................................................... miless@ohiodominican.edu Assistant SID.....................................................................Ryan Beigle Graduate Assistant.......................................................... Sarah Twiggs Online Audio/Video............................. www.pressboxproductions.com Play-by-Play Announcer....................................................... Todd Bell

Ryan Beigle Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Beigle enters his eighth season as the head men’s and women’s tennis coach and assistant sports information director at Ohio Dominican University. In his seven seasons at the helm, Beigle has guided the women’s program to an 86-65 overall record and a 70-74 mark on the men’s side. In their third season as an NCAA Division II institution, Beigle led the women to a 7-7 mark in the GLIAC, guiding the Panthers to their second consecutive appearance in the GLIAC Tournament. Beigle guided the women to back-to-back NAIA National Tournament appearances in 2008 and 2009, winning the AMC titles in those years. During his tenure, he has coached two NAIA All-Americans, the GLIAC Freshman of the Year, the Wilson/ITA Region III Senior Athlete of the Year, as well as earned two AMC Coach of the Year awards and the 2009 Wilson/ITA Region III Coach of the Year. On the men’s side, Beigle guided the men to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2013 after a strong GLIAC Tournament run. The men finished 13-10 overall and 7-4 in conference play, advancing to the semifinals of tournament play in just their second year of postseason eligibility. Beigle led the men’s team to their first AMC Tournament title and the program’s first NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2009. In their second season at the NCAA Division II level, Beigle guided the Black and Gold to their first GLIAC Tournament as the #5 seed. He has help produce two NAIA All-Americans, the GLIAC Freshman of the Year, the ITA Midwest Region Rookie of the Year, as well as earned the AMC Coach of the Year award in 2009. Prior to joining the Panthers staff, Beigle spent the 2005-06 seasons as the head women’s tennis coach at his alma mater. During his two seasons at Bethel, he led the Pilots to a 30-17 overall record and was named the 2006 NCCAA Coach of the Year, while leading the team to a NCCAA National Title. A 2002 graduate of Bethel College, Beigle received his degree in Education. As a member of the Pilots men’s tennis from 1996 to 2000, Beigle helped lead the Pilots to back-to-back NCCAA National Championships his final two seasons. Along with his various coaching duties, Beigle also plays an integral role in the athletic department assisting in the sports information office. Beigle and his wife Marji reside in Blacklick.

Sarah Twiggs, Sports Information Graduate Assistant Sarah Twiggs is entering her second year in the Ohio Dominican Sports Information Department as the Graduate Assistant. Twiggs graduated from Mount Union College in August of 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management and a Business minor. As an undergrad, Twiggs interned with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the spring and summer of 2009, and also interned with the Visalia Rawhide, class A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, AAA affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. Enrolled in the ODU graduate program, Twiggs is currently working towards a Master of Business Administration.

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2014 SEASON PREVIEW With the loss of just one senior to graduation, Head Coach Marcella Vanlandingham is looking for depth and experience to be a big part of the 2014 softball campaign. Vanlandingham, entering her 19th year, is also the program’s all-time winningest coach, with 539 victories. Last year’s squad finished 23-28-1 overall and 17-9 in conference action. Highlights included a two-game sweep over Tiffin for the first time in program history, a thrilling 18-17 comeback win over Concordia University (Mich.), and coach Vanlandingham’s first ever career tie against Concordia in the second half of the double-header. “I am really excited about this season,” said Vanlandingham. “We have one of the best and strongest freshman class I have had in a while, and depth we haven’t seen in the past couple of seasons. We have a lot of players who are interchangeable in the field and that is really exciting to see.”  

Infield

The Panther infield returns three starters from last season. Senior Caitlin Jividen (Wheeling, W. Va.) will occupy one half of the middle infield at shortstop. Jividen earned GLIAC Second Team honors and was selected as the conference player of the week in March. She led the team in batting average (.348), doubles (12), and stolen bases with 11. The senior was second on the team with 20 RBI and second with a slugging percentage of .481. In the field, she committed just 13 errors.

recorded 15 walks. Defensively, Weber committed no errors while totaling 61 putouts and two assists. Sophomores Montana Fishel (Gahanna, Ohio) and Julia Suyak (Trenton, Mich.), and Devan Audette (Bronson, Mich.) are expected to compete for ODU’s right field spot this season. “With the return of Seeds and Lizzy, I feel we have a very strong outfield,” noted Vanlandingham. “Seeds has improved since last spring in her ability to chase down balls in the gap and Lizzy has great instincts in center. Montana and Julia, along with Devan are right now in a three person race to claim the third spot in our outfield.”

Mound Talk Juniors Rachael Stanzel (Angleton, Texas) and Brandis Fishel (Gahanna, Ohio) return as the Panthers top two pitchers. Stanzel finished with a record of 15-16 and an earned run average of 2.62 in 38 appearances with 30 starts. She posted 27 complete games with four shutouts while striking out 87 batters. Stanzel’s 15 wins tied her for fifth in the GLIAC and was second in the conference in shutouts. She earned GLIAC Second Team honors and was also named GLIAC Pitcher of the Week. Fishel ended last season with an 8-12 record and a 4.02 ERA. She had 37 strikeouts and pitched 14 complete games, including two shutouts.

Junior Taylor Thomas (Bellville, Ohio) will make the transition from first base to third this season. She earned GLIAC Honorable Mention honors and started in 51 games. She split her time between first and third base where she posted a .977 fielding percentage. She was second on the team with a batting average of .319 and had team-highs 31 RBI, seven homeruns, and a .553 slugging percentage. She ended the season with eight doubles and two triples.

“As of right now, Rachael is our number one pitcher,” marked Vanlandingham. “She has great movement on her pitches, knows how to stay composed and handle herself in tough situations. Brandis is also a tough competitor who knows how to get batters out. We are excited to see her pitch this spring.”

Returning to the right side of the infield is sophomore Kelsey Albanese (Westerville, Ohio). Albanese started in every game at second base in her freshman campaign where she hit two homeruns, six doubles and batted in 15 RBI. She posted a batting average of .264 and a fielding percentage of .934. For the 2014 campaign, Albanese will see a majority of the season at first base.

Junior Alex Cribari (Lyndhurst, Ohio) will see the majority of time behind home plate this season. The junior earned GLIAC Second Team honors while starting in every game for the Panthers. She ranked second on the team in doubles with 11 and batted in 16 RBI, while splitting time in the first two spots in the lineup. Defensively, Cribari played both third and catcher last season.

Sophomore’s Taylor Mason (Belpre, Ohio) and Alexis Swisher (Cincinnati, Ohio) also return to the Panther infield and are expected to compete during the 2014 campaign.

Junior Brier Sanner (Hartville, Ohio), who split time last year with Cribari, will once again split her time this season.

“There are a lot of changes this year in our infield,” said Vanlandingham. “The coaching staff decided on the changes so we could have the opportunity to have the best nine hitters in our lineup play. At the anchor of our infield is Jividen. She knows the game and is a great communicator to the rest of the team.”

Outfield The duo of junior Kelsey Seeds (Westerville, Ohio) and sophomore Lizzy Weber (Canton, Ohio) make up two-thirds of the returning outfield for the Panthers.

Behind the Dish

“We are lucky enough to have two athletes who can be interchangeable behind the plate and can call a great game,” said Vanlandingham. “We are excited to see what they can do this spring on both sides of the ball.”

Newcomers Allie Hinton (Newcomerstown, Ohio) Christine Scholle (Centerville, Ohio) and Sommer Mark (DeLand, Fla.) will be competing for playing time in the infield this season.

Seeds saw some action at third, but played the majority of her games in left field. Seeds hit .240 in 146 plate appearances. She batted in 12 runners from the leadoff spot, and totaled 10 doubles last season. She ended the 2013 campaign with 70 putouts and 11 assists while committing just four errors.

Hinton was a three year scholar athlete at Newcomerstown High School. In 2010, she was selected to the Eastern District Second Team and the Inter Valley Conference Honorable Mention Team. In 2011, she was First Team All-Ohio Division Four, First Team Inter Valley Conference, First Team Eastern District and in 2012, she was selected to the Inter Valley Conference and Eastern District First Team and was selected to the All-Ohio Division III Second Team.

Weber played in 49 games in center field where she will be expected to play again. Weber was a GLIAC Honorable Mention selection a year ago, leading all Panther freshman with a .269 batting average. She batted in 18 RBI and

“Allie is currently the front runner to start at second base,” said Vanlandingham. “She had a really great fall season and worked nicely alongside Jividen.”

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2014 SEASON PREVIEW Scholle was selected to the “All-Ohio” All-Star Underclassman Team and in 2012 she was selected from 1400 student-athletes to attend the Greater Western Ohio Conference Student Leadership Conference. Her softball accolades include earning GWOC First Team honors, and were selected to the Dayton All-Metro Second Team as well as the All-Ohio Third Team. In 2012, she shattered the single-season hitting record for the Elks. “Scholle is going to compete strongly against Hinton for a spot in the infield,” noted Vanlandingham. “She is smart and knows the game so we are excited to see what she can bring at this level.” Mark was a three-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs as well as being a scholar athlete. “Summer can really hit the ball, and hard,” Vanlandingham said. “We are looking to use her as a designated hitter and in the field.” Casey Murdoch (Morrow, Ohio) and Brooke Myers (Orlando, Fla.) will see time as starting pitchers. Murdoch was named King High School’s most valuable player in 2011, 2012, and 2013. She was selected to the All-Conference First Team in 2011, 2012, and 2013 and was voted as the Athlete of the Year in 2012. “Casey is a double threat in that she can pitch and hit the ball,” said Vanlandingham. “She has the ability to strike batters out with a rise ball or with her off speed pitches. This level will be an adjustment, but we are looking forward to what she can bring.” Myers played for the East River Falcons where she was an All-Metro Pitcher of the Yea in both 2011 and 2012. “We want to use Brooke as a relief pitcher this year,” said Vanlandingham. “She has great movement and is a true lefty, which is exciting. She can also hit the ball, so we have the option to use her as a DH.” Rounding out the freshman class is Kelly Wallace (Oshkosh, Wisc.). Wallace was a three-year varsity letterwinner for the Wildcats and was selected to the All-Conference Second and Honorable Mention Teams. “Kelly’s skill set is great, she is a strong hitter and is good behind the plate,” said Vanlandingham. “We want to see her adjust to this level, and can’t wait to see how she grows over the course of the season.”

Schedule

UAH Ringor Charger Chillout Fri 7 vs. North Ala. Fri 7 at Ala.-Huntsville Sat 8 vs. Ky. Wesleyan Sat 8 vs. Union (Tenn.) Sun 9 vs. West Ga. Sun 9 vs. Young Harris University of Southern Indiana Spring Tournament Sat 22 vs. Missouri S&T 10 AM Sat 22 at Southern Indiana 2 PM Sun 23 vs. Ill.-Springfield 3 PM

March

Rebel Spring Games Sat 8 vs. Adelphi Sat 8 vs. Minn. St. Mankato Sun 9 vs. Southwest Minn. St. Sun 9 vs. Northern St. Mon 10 vs. Minn. St. Mankato Mon 10 vs. Glenville St. Tue 11 vs. St. Cloud St. Tue 11 vs. Augustana (S.D.) Thu 13 vs. Maryville (MO) Thu 13 vs. LIU Post Fri 14 vs. Glenville St. Fri 14 vs. Caldwell Sat 15 vs. Caldwell Sat 15 vs. Florida Southern Regular Season Sat 22 at Lake Superior St. * Sat 22 at Lake Superior St. * Sun 23 at Northwood * Sun 23 at Northwood * Wed 26 North Ala. Wed 26 North Ala. Sat 29 at Findlay * Sat 29 at Findlay * Sun 30 at Hillsdale * Sun 30 at Hillsdale *

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Ohio Dominican opens the 2013 campaign with its annual trip to Huntsville, Alabama for the University of Alabama at Huntsville Ringor Charger Chillout. The Panthers will continue its tour of the South with their spring break trip in Winterhaven, Florida. ODU’s first home game will be on Wednesday, Mar. 26 as the Panthers welcome North Alabama for a doubleheader at Panther Softball Fields. Conference play will begin the following weekend with trips to Lake Superior State and Northwood. “We play six teams who are currently ranked in the top-25 preseason poll,” said Vanlandingham. “On the first day alone at the Chillout Tournament, we face North Alabama and University Alabama Huntsville. We travel to Southern Indiana at the end of February for a tournament, which gives us a good look at the competition that is in our region.”

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Devan Audette Sommer Mark Rachael Stanzel Montana Fishel Julia Suyak Alex Cribari Kelsey Albanese Casey Murdoch Caitlin Jividen Lizzy Weber Kelsey Seeds Taylor Thomas Allie Hinton Kelly Wallace Brier Sanner Christine Scholle Brandis Fishel Alexis Swisher Taylor Mason

R-So. Fr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-So. Fr. R-So. Jr. Jr.

OF 3B P OF OF C/3B 2B/SS P/1B SS OF OF 1B/3B SS/2B C/3B C 2B/OF P 1B 1B

Bronson, MI DeLand, FL Angleton, TX Gahanna, OH Trenton, MI Lyndhurst, OH Westerville, OH Morrow, OH Wheeling, WV Canton, OH Westerville, OH Bellville, OH Newcomerstown, OH Oshkosh, WI Hartville, OH Dayton, OH Gahanna, OH Cincinnati, OH Belpre, OH

Bronson HS DeLand HS Angleton HS Gahanna Lincoln HS Trenton HS Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin HS St. Francis DeSales HS Tennessee Tech Univ. Wheeling Park HS Canton Central Catholic HS St. Francis DeSales HS Clear Fork HS Newcomerstown HS Oshkosh West HS Lake HS Centerville HS Gahanna Lincoln HS Mariemont HS Belpre HS

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East River HS

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COACHING STAFF Marcella

AMANDA RITZLER

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HEAD COACH Marcella Vanlandingham, the program’s all-time winningest coach, returns for her 19th season at the helm of the Panthers. Since 1996, Vanlandingham has compiled a career record of 539-424-1 (.559) at ODU, including an impressive conference mark of 245-108 (.694). Following her arrival at ODU, Vanlandingham quickly turned the softball program into a regional power. Beginning in 2001, she guided the Panthers to a streak of eight consecutive American Mideast Conference titles, including Region IX titles and NAIA World Series appearances in 2002 and 2005. The Panthers have won 10 or more conference games in 14 seasons under Vanlandingham, including a perfect AMC mark of 14-0 and school record 45 wins in 2005. Vanlandingham’s players have received numerous honors during her tenure, both on and away from the diamond, including seven NAIA All-Americans, six conference player/pitchers of the year, 36 NFCA All-Great Lakes Region selections, 123 all-conference honorees and 27 NAIA All-American Scholar Athletes. Vanlandingham is a five-time AMC Coach of the Year and in 2005, she and the ODU coaching staff were tabbed the NFCA Great Lakes Region Coaching Staff of the Year. A 1992 graduate of Asbury College (Ky.), Vanlandingham received a degree in physical education. Upon completing her Master’s degree in Sports Administration from Eastern Kentucky University in 1994, Vanlandingham returned to her alma mater to teach. During her one year at Asbury, she was also the assistant softball and volleyball coach, before coming to Ohio Dominican in the fall of 1995. A native of Milton, Florida, Vanlandingham served as the AMC softball chair seven times during her 15-year tenure in the conference and was the NAIA Region IX softball from 2007 to 2009. Away from her coaching responsibilities, Vanlandingham also helped initiate the Sport Management undergraduate curriculum at Ohio Dominican.

ASSISTANT COACH Amanda Ritzler, a 2005 Calvert High School graduate, went to Ohio Dominican University, where she played both basketball and softball. She was a four year middle infield starter on the Panther softball team and led them to three American Midwest Conference (AMC) South Division Conference titles. She is currently tied for two hitting records at Ohio Dominican, most hits in a game with four and most doubles in a game with three. Ritzler finished her senior season leading the team with a .450 batting average and finished with 59 hits, 12 doubles and 28 RBI. Ritzler captured several honors and awards her senior year including AMC First Team, NAIA All-American Scholar Athlete, and Female Athlete of the Year. Amanda also led the women’s basketball team to back-to-back AMC Tournament titles and National Tournament appearances in the 2007-2008 & 2008-2009 seasons. Ritzler earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sport Management at Ohio Dominican and a Master’s in Business Administration from Tiffin University.

Coach Vanlandingham Record at Ohio Dominican YEAR RECORD CONFERENCE WIN% RECORD 1996 17-20 10-8 .459 1997 26-27 11-7 .490 1998 25-28 7-9 .472 1999 40-19 17-5 .667 2000 38-21 20-5 .644 2001 35-16 20-4 .686 2002 43-21 25-3 .672 2003 37-20 13-3 .649 2004 30-20 12-2 .600 2005 45-14 14-0 .763 2006 41-20 11-3 .672 2007 21-28 10-4 .429 2008 22-30 14-6 .423 2009 27-23 15-6 .540 2010 29-25 N/A .537 2011 14-36 9-23 .280 2012 26-28 20-12 .481 2013 23-28-1 17-9 .452 18 seasons

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MEET THE TEAM #1 Devan Audette

2013: Appeared in 36 games with 32 starts for the Panthers…Split her time as the catcher and designated hitter…Batter .236 with 10 RBI, three doubles and two homeruns. High School: Graduate of Bronson High School in Michigan…Four-time All-St. Joseph Valley/Red Arrow Conference selection and helped lead Vikings to three regional championships and state final four during sophomore year…Following junior season,

Junior • 5-5 Catcher/Outfield • B/T: R/R Bronson H.S. • Bronson, Mich. Pre-Medicine Major

Audette was selected all-district and was part of the all-area softball dream team in Branch and St. Joseph County…Four-time conference scholar-athlete and National Honor Society member as a senior.

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 36-32 .236 89 10 21 3 0 2 10 .337 3 13 .271 1-1 TOTAL 36-32 .236 89 10 21 3 0 2 10 .337 3 13 .271 1-1

#2 Julia Suyak

2013: Appeared in 14 games for the Panthers…Scored two runs. High School: Graduate of Trenton High School in Michigan…Three-Time All-American Scholar Athlete Award winner...A three-time All Downriver News Herald honoree… Selected to the Downriver Dream Team in 2010…Was a three-time All-District Selection…Three-time All-Region honoree and made the All-State Honorable Mention team in 2010 and 2012…Was an All-State Selection in 2011.

Sophomore • 5-2 Outfield • B/T: L/L Trenton H.S. • Trenton, Mich. Exercise Science MajoR

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 14-2 .000 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 3 .000 0-0 TOTAL 14-2 .000 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 3 .000 0-0

#3 Rachael Stanzel

2013: Earned GLIAC Second Team Honors…Finished sophomore campaign in a tie for fifth in the GLIAC in wins with 15…Second in complete games with 13…Seventh in shutouts with three…Finished season with an ERA of 2.62 in 211 innings pitched… Recorded 87 strikeouts. Offensively, batted .250 with one RBI and five runs scored. 2012: Appeared in 31 games with 24 starts for the Panthers…Had an ERA of 2.83 and a record of 15-10…Struck out 87 batters. Offensively, had a batting average of .314 with

Junior • 5-11 Pitcher/First Base • B/T: R/R Angleton H.S. • Angleton, Texas Exercise Science MajoR

four RBI, one homerun and one double. High School: Attended Angleton High School in Angleton, Texas…Two-time first team all-district selection and Athlete of the Year finalist, helping the Wildcats to the Texas

State Runner-Up as a junior…Also member of the National Honor Society and was selected academic all-state and Scholar Student of the Year. Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 8-8 .250 20 5 5 0 0 0 1 .250 2 4 .304 3-3 2012 17-15 .314 35 3 11 1 0 1 4 .429 3 7 .385 1-1 TOTAL 25-23 .291 55 8 16 1 0 1 5 .363 5 11 .354 4-4 PITCHING Year GS 2013 30 2012 28 Total 58 8

APP CG 38 27 35 21 73 48

ERA W-L IP H R ER BB 2.62 15-16 211.0 213 109 79 26 2.83 16-11 187.2 225 100 76 29 3.51 31-27 398 438 209 155 55

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MEET THE TEAM #4 Montana Fishel

2013: Played in 25 games with 11 starts…Had one RBI and eight runs scored. High School: Honored with the Scholar Athlete Award in both 2011 and 2012…Graduated Gahanna Lincoln with honors…Was named to the All-Ohio Central Conference Honorable Mention Team.

Sophomore • 5-3 Outfield • B/T: L/R Gahanna Lincoln H.S. • Gahanna, Ohio Business Major

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 25-11 .214 28 8 6 0 0 0 1 .214 0 5 .214 2-3 TOTAL 25-11 .214 28 8 6 0 0 0 1 .214 0 5 .214 2-3

#7 Alex Cribari

2013: Earned GLIAC Second Team honors…Started 52 of 52 games…Second on the team in doubles with 11…Split time at third and catcher…Posted a .941 fielding percentage…Batted in 16 runners. 2012: Started 53 of 53 games…Led all freshmen with a .350 average (48-for-137), 23 runs, 48 hits, 2 RBI’s, and a total of two home runs…Also was .458 in slugging percentage…Was also named to the 2012 NFCA Division II All-Midwest Region Second

Junior • 5-3 Catcher/Outfield • B/T: S/R NotreDame-CathedralLatinH.S.•Lyndhurst,Oh Business Administration Major

Team…Was selected to the All-Conference First Team and bestowed the GLIAC Freshman of the Year award. High School: Attended Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin High School…Four year starter

and three-year captain, Cribari was selected Division II Honorable Mention All-Ohio and team MVP as a senior after leading Lions to 23-3 overall mark and North Coast League (NCL) Championship...Named to the First Team Lake County News Herald on three occasions and First Team All-NCL two times…Cleveland Plain Deal Player of the Week… Four-year honor roll student and National Honor Society. Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B 2013 52-52 .265 155 30 41 11 1 2012 53-53 .350 137 23 48 5 2 TOTAL 105-105 .305 292 53 89 16 3

#8 Kelsey Albanese

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RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 16 .387 10 37 .360 8-11 19 .460 7 22 .458 14-18 35 .421 17 59 .407 22-29

2013: Played in 52 of 52 games as a freshman…Had two homeruns, six doubles and 15 RBI…Post 11 walks and an average of .264. High School: Was the Valedictorian of St. Francis DeSales for the class of 2012…A member of the National Honors Society all four years at DeSales…Named to the AllCentral Catholic League all four years at DeSales

Sophomore • 5-10 Short Stop • B/T: R/R St. Francis DeSales H.S. • Westerville, Oh Math Education Major

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 2013 52-52 .264 144 21 38 6 TOTAL 52-52 .264 144 21 38 6

3B 0 0

HR 2 2

RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 15 .347 11 33 .325 1-1 15 .347 11 33 .325 1-1

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MEET THE TEAM #10 Caitlin Jividen

2013: Earned GLIAC Second Team honors…Was selected as GLIAC Player of the Week (3/19)…First on the team in batting average (.348), doubles (12) and stolen bases with 11…Second on the team with 20 RBI…Second on the team with a slugging percentage of .481 and an on base percentage of .402…Committed just 13 errors at short. 2012: Started 53 of 53 games, with a .255 average (35-for-137), 22 runs, 35 hits, 19 RBI’s, and a total of three home runs…Also had a .380 average in slugging percentage.

Senior • 5-5 Shortstop/Third Base • B/T: R/R Wheeling Park • Wheeling, W. Va. Exercise Science MajoR

2011: Started 43 of 44 games…Led all freshmen with a .254 average (30-for-118), 22 runs, 30 hits, nine RBI, 42 total bases and .356 slugging percentage, while tying for

second overall with three homers and ranking fourth with seven doubles and 11 walks… Recorded first collegiate RBI against West Alabama going 3-for-4 at the plate, while first career homerun came against Grand Valley State. High School: Graduated from Wheeling Park High School in Wheeling, West Virginia...Two-time First Team West Virginia All-State (2010, 2009) selection...Two-time First Team All-Ohio Valley Athletic Conference and All-Valley First Team (2010, 2009) member...Named MVP of the Queen of Diamonds South at Winthrop University in 2009 and Capital Showcase Tournament in Columbus in 2008, 2009...Competed for 2010 North American squad at Cup Tournament in the Netherlands...Also a three-time state finalist on the Patriots’ swim team. Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 52-52 .348 158 29 55 12 0 3 20 .481 15 11 .402 11-16 2012 52-52 .255 137 22 35 8 0 3 19 .380 13 7 .344 7-12 2011 44-43 .254 118 22 30 3 0 3 9 .356 11 14 .318 1-1 TOTAL 148-147 .291 413 73 120 23 0 9 48 .412 39 32 .359 19-29

#12 Elisabeth Weber

2013: Played and started in 49 games…Earned GLIAC Honorable Mention honors… Lead all Panther freshman with a .269 batting average…Batted in 18 RBI…Recorded 15 walks. High School: Made the Canton Central Catholic Honor Roll List three years…Was selected to the Stark County First team in 2012…Was honored with an All-Northeastern Ohio selected in 2012…Selected to the Tri-County First Team in 2012 and was selected

Sophomore • 5-10 Short Stop • B/T: R/R St. Francis DeSales H.S. • Westerville, Oh Math Education Major

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 2013 49-49 .269 119 13 32 3 TOTAL 49-49 .269 119 13 32 3

to the Second Team Northeastern Ohio Team in 2011.

3B 0 0

#13 Kelsey Seeds

HR 0 0

RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 18 .294 15 20 .360 4-7 18 .294 15 20 .360 4-7

2013: Played in 50 games with 49 starts…Had 12 RBI on the season…Recorded 18 walks…Swiped four bases…Had a .308 slugging percentage…Hit first career homerun at Lake Erie on April 23. 2012: Appeared in 45 games, including one start…Hit .214 (18-for-84) with 11 runs, 18 hits and 13 RBI.

Junior • 5-6 Third Base/Pitcher • B/T: R/R St. Francis DeSales H.S. • Westerville, Oh Sport Management Major

High School: Graduate of nearby St. Francis DeSales High School…Three-time All-Ohio honoree, including First Team recognition as a senior…Also a three-time first team all-district, First Team All-Central Catholic League (CCL) and Columbus Dispatch All-Metro Team member…Scholar athlete award winner.

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B 2013 50-49 .240 146 16 35 10 0 2012 42-33 .212 85 11 18 3 0 TOTAL 99-82 .229 231 27 53 13 0 10

HR 0 1 1

RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 12 .308 18 24 .323 4-5 13 .282 4 11 .247 4-4 25 .299 22 35 .296 8-9

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MEET THE TEAM #14 Taylor Thomas

2013: Earned GLIAC Honorable Mention honors…Started and played in 51 games… Split time between first and third base…Second on the team with a batting average of .319…Lead the team in RBI with 31…Had team-high slugging percentage of .553… Drew 19 walks…Had a fielding percentage of .977…Swiped four bases…Hit team-high seven homeruns…Ended the season with eight doubles and two triples. 2012: Appeared in 30 games…Had an average of .235 (16 for 68)…Finished the

Junior • 5-9 Third Base • B/T: R/R Clear Fork H.S. • Bellville, Ohio Intervention Specialist Major

season with five runs, 16 hits and nine RBI…Had a slugging percentage of .324

High School: Attended Clear Fork High School…Twice named Division III All-Ohio First Team and All-Ohio Cardinal Conference (OCC) on four occasions, including Player of the Year honors as a junior and Pitcher of the Year as a senior…Two-time Mansfield News Journal Pitcher of the Year and Player of the Year her final season…MVP and Golden Bat recipient for the Lady Colts…Led Clear Fork to four conference championships, including a perfect 14-0 record en route to a 32-1 overall mark in 2011. Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 51-51 .319 141 24 45 8 2 7 31 .553 19 11 .422 4-4 2012 30-26 .235 68 5 16 3 0 1 9 .324 9 9 .325 0-0 TOTAL 81-77 .292 209 29 61 11 2 8 40 .478 28 20 .391 4-4

#18 Brier Sanner

2013: Spent majority of the season as the Panthers catcher…Had 101 putouts, 22 assists and three errors…Ended season with a .317 on base percentage…Hit two doubles and ended with six RBI. *Red-shirted for 2012 season High School: Graduate of Lake High School…Senior captain and three-year letterwinner for the Blue Streaks, garnering Honorable Mention All-Federal League honors in

Junior • 5-8 Catcher/Outfield • B/T: R/R Lake H.S. • Hartville, Ohio Education Major

2010…Voted team Best Offensive Player and the school’s Student-Athlete of the Month as a junior.

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 43-35 .222 90 14 20 2 0 0 6 .244 12 22 .317 1-1 TOTAL 43-35 .222 90 14 20 2 0 0 6 .244 12 22 .317 1-1

#21 Brandis Fishel

2013: Offensively, batted .278 in 18 at bats…Scored four runs…Recorded one RBI… On base percentage of .316…Had one stolen base. Defensively, pitched 129 innings… Posted 37 strikeouts…Pitched 14 complete games with two shutouts. *Red-shirted for 2012 season

High School: Graduate of nearby Gahanna Lincoln High School…2011 Honorable Mention All-State selection…Helped guide Lions to 2011 Division I State Runner-Up as well as district championships in 2008 and 2010 and a district runner-up in 2009… Junior • 5-6 Outfield/Pitcher • B/T: R/R Voted Second Team All-Central District, Second Team All-Ohio Capital Conference Gahanna Lincoln H.S. • Gahanna, Ohio (OCC) and Second Team Columbus Dispatch All-Metro in 2010…Father John Fishel is Criminal Justice Major a former big leaguer with the Astros and Angels and a College World Series Most Valuable Player with Cal State Fullerton, while brother Jacob is beginning a professional career in MMA fighting. Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 8-8 .250 20 5 5 0 0 0 1 .250 2 4 .304 3-3 TOTAL 25-23 .291 55 8 16 1 0 1 5 .363 5 11 .354 4-4 PITCHING Year GS APP CG ERA W-L IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/AVG 2013 22 25 14 4.02 8-12 129.0 161 100 74 39 37 37 4 13 525/.307 Total 22 25 14 4.02 8-12 129.0 161 100 74 39 37 37 4 13 525/.307 OHIODOMINICANPANTHERS.COM

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MEET THE TEAM #23 Alexis Swisher

Junior • 5-7 First Base • B/T: R/R Mariemont H.S. • Cincinnati, Ohio Early Childhood Education Major

2013: Played in 16 games with 14 starts…Posted two RBI and one double. 2012: Appeared in two games for the Panthers. High School: Attended Mariemont High School…Team captain of the Warriors as a senior and four-time All-Cincinnati Hills League (CHL) honoree, including first team selections in 2008, 2009 and 2011…Twice chosen to the Cincinnati Enquirer All-City Honorable Mention squad as a freshman and sophomore after leading team in both batting average and RBI…Voted the 2011 Eastern Hills Journal Sportswoman of the Year by readers of Cincinnati.com…Two-time CHL All-Academic member…Also excelled on the tennis courts, earning All-CHL recognition three times for doubles play.

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 16-14 .190 21 0 4 1 0 0 2 .238 2 5 .261 0-0 2012 2-0 .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0-0 TOTAL 18-14 .174 23 0 4 1 0 0 2 .217 2 5 .240 0-0

#27 Taylor Mason

2013: Batted in 12 RBI during the 2013 season…Played in 19 games with 12 starts. 2012: Started 10 games for the Panthers. High School: Graduate of Belpre High School…2011 Division IV Honorable Mention All-State recipient…Four-time All-Tri-Valley Conference (TVC), including TVC Ohio Division Defensive Most Valuable Player in 2010 and TVC Hocking Division Offensive Player of the Year in 2011…Three-time All-Southeast District pick, collecting first team

Junior • 5-11 First Base • B/T: R/R Belpre H.S. • Belpre, Ohio Undecided Major

honors as a sophomore and senior.

Year GP-GS AVG. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG % BB SO OB % SB-SBA 2013 19-12 .139 36 2 5 1 0 0 12 .167 3 12 .262 0-0 2012 10-1 .167 12 0 2 0 0 0 0 .167 1 3 .231 0-0 TOTAL 29-13 .146 48 2 7 1 0 0 12 .167 4 15 .268 0-0

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MEET THE FRESHMEN #2 Sommer Mark

#9 Casey Murdoch

Freshman • 5-9 Infield/Outfield • B/T: R/R DeLand H.S. • DeLand, Fla. Business and Marketing Major

Freshman • 5-6 • Pitcher/Infield B/T: R/R Kings H.S. • Morrow, Ohio Exercise Science Major

High School: Was a three-year varsity scholar athlete for the Bulldogs.

High School: Was the team MVP in 2011, 2012, and 2013…Selected to the AllConference First Team in 2011, 2012, and 2013…Was voted as the Athlete of the Year in 2012.

#15 Allie Hinton

#17 Kelly Wallace

Freshman • 5-7 Infield • B/T: R/R Newcomerstown H.S. • Newcomerstown, Oh Undecided Major

Freshman • 5-6 Infield/Catcher • B/T: R/R Oshkosh West H.S. • Oshkosk, Wisc. History Major

High School: A three Year Scholar award winner…2010- Eastern District Second

High School: Three year varsity letterwinner for the Wildcats…Was selected to the

Team, Inter-Valley Conference Honorable Mention…2011- First Team All-Ohio D-IV,

All-Conference Second and Honorable Mention teams.

First Team Inter-Valley Conference, First Team Eastern District…2012- Second Team All-Ohio D-III, First Team Inter-Valley Conference, First Team Eastern District

#28 Brooke Myers

Freshman • 5-2 Infield/Outfield • B/T: L/R East River H.S. • Orlando, Fla. Athletic Training Major

High School: Played for the East River Falcons…Was an All-Metro Pitcher of the Year selection in both 2011 and 2012.

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OPPONENTS NORTHERN ALABAMA

ALABAMA

HUNTSVILLE

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN

UNION

Location Florence, AL Enrollment 7,233 President William G. Cale Jr. Athletic Director Mark Linder

Location Huntsville, AL Enrollment 7,376 President Robert A. Altenkirch Athletic Director Dr. E. J. Brophy

Location Owensboro, KY Enrollment 655 President Dr. Craig Turner Athletic Director Jim Askins

Location Jackson, TN Enrollment 4,259 President David S. Dockery Athletic Director Tommy Sadler

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at UNA (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at UAH (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at KWC (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Heather Hall (‘07) Alma Mater Gannon University Record at UU (Yr.) 212-109 Career Record 212-109 Assistant Coaches Dr. Matt Brunet Carlo Spencer, Dr. David Blackstock

COACHES

Ashley Cozart Trevecca Nazarene First Year 191-45 Sage Woodham

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

N/A N/A

CONTACTS

COACHES

Les Stuedeman (‘95) Huntingdon 846-266-1 846-266-1 Melanie Carter

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

43-17 4/6 11/7

COACHES

Miles Mallette (‘07) Yuba (Jr.) College 121-199-1 121-199-1 Clint Houk

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

18-31 9/2 11/2

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

28-21 9/6 10/6

Sports Information Jeff Hodges Office 256-765-4595 E-mail sportsinformation@una.edu Website roarlions.com

Sports Information Taylor Flatt Office 256-824-6008 E-mail taylor.flatt@uah.edu Website uahchargers.com

WEST GEORGIA

YOUNG HARRIS

Location Carrollton, GA Enrollment 11,769 President Dr. Kyle Marrero Athletic Director Daryl Dickey

Location Young Harris, GA Enrollment 1,035 President Cathy Cox Athletic Director Randy Dunn

Location Rolla, MO Enrollment 5502 President Cheryl B. Schrader Athletic Director Mark Mullin

Location Evansville, IN Enrollment 10,820 President Linda L.M. Bennett Athletic Director Jon Mark Hall

Head Coach Mandy Harris (‘11) Alma Mater Francis Marion Record at UWG (Yr.) 29-76 Career Record 84-178 Assistant Coaches Mark Burnett, Traci Harrison, Emily Wilson

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at YHC (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Don Kennedy (‘08) Alma Mater Central Missouri Record at MST (Yr.) 131-162 Career Record 131-162 Assistant Coaches Chad Schatz, Kaylea Smith

Head Coach Sue Kunkle (‘01) Alma Mater California of Pennsylvania Record at USI (Yr.) 330-269-1 Career Record 1 Assistant Coaches Kim Dean Madison Oxley, Janelle Tonnies

COACHES

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

15-36 5/1 14/2

Sports Information Mitch Gray Office 678-839-6542 E-mail mgray@westga.edu Website uwgsports.com

ILLINOIS

SPRINGFIELD

COACHES

TEAM

Aileen Morales Georgia Tech First Year First Year Jayme Larson

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

27-27 6/13 15/13

Sports Information Michael MacEachern Office 706-379-5106 E-mail mfmaceacherb@yhc.edu Website yhcathletics.com

Sports Information Roy Pickerill Office 270-852-3347 E-mail pickeril@kwc.edu Website kwcpanthers.com

COACHES

MISSOURI S&T

COACHES

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

13-25 7/4 14/5

Sports Information John Kean Office 573-341-4140 E-mail jkean@mst.edu Website minerathletics.com

MINNESOTA ST

ADELPHI

MANKATO

CONTACTS

Sports Information Steven Aldridge Office 731-661-5027 E-mail saldridge@uu.edu Website uuathletics.com

SOUTHERN INDIANA

COACHES

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

30-22 12/0 12/0

Sports Information Ray Simmons Office 812-465-1622 E-mail rsimmons@usi.edu Website usi.edu

SOUTHWEST

MINNESOTA ST

Location Springfield, IL Enrollment 1120 President Susan J. Koch Athletic Director Kim Pate

Location Garden City, NY Enrollment 5,040 President Robert A. Scott Athletic Director Danny McCabe

Location Mankato, MN Enrollment 15,709 President Richard Davenport Athletic Director Kevin Buisman

Location Marshall, MN Enrollment 6.611 President Dr. Connie J. Gores Athletic Director Chris Hmielewski

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at UIS (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Breanne Nasti (‘12) Alma Mater University of Buffalo Record at AU (Yr.) 41-19 Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Ophir Sadeh, Leah McIntosh

Head Coach Lori Meyer (‘85) Alma Mater Upper Iowa University Record at MSU-Mankato (Yr.) 967-589-3 Career Record 115-90-1 Assistant Coach Kurt Swygery

Head Coach Jamie Dunn (‘13) Alma Mater Colorado Mesa Univesity Record at SMSU (Yr.) First Year Career Record First Year Assistant Coaches Britt Stewart, Dallas Schmacker

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

COACHES

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

Mat Mundell (‘10) Euerka College 86-109 86-109 Bob Laurent

CONTACTS

21-28 6/4 10/4

Sports Information Amanda Murphey Office 217-206-6752 E-mail amurp5@uis.edu Website uis.edu

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TEAM

CONTACTS

41-19 5/6 6/8

Sports Information Matt Dispensa Office 516-877-4236 E-mail mdispenda@adelphi.edu Website adelphi.edu

COACHES

TEAM

CONTACTS

40-12 6/3 12/4

Sports Information Bob Stoner Office 864-388-8962 E-mail bstoner@lander.edu Website msumavericks.com

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COACHES

TEAM

CONTACTS

19-21 10/1 17/1

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OPPONENTS NORTHERN STATE

GLENVILLE

ST. CLOUD

STATE

AUGUSTANA

STATE

Location Aberdeen, SD Enrollment 3,358 President James Smith Athletic Director Josh Moon

Location Glenville, WV Enrollment 1,872 President Peter B. Barr Athletic Director Janet K. Bailey

Location St. Cloud, MN Enrollment 17,231 President Earl H. Potter III Athletic Director Heather Weems

Location Sioux Falls, SD Enrollment 1,871 President Rob Oliver Athletic Director Bill Gross

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at NSU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at GSU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at SCSU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at AC (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

COACHES

TEAM

Kristi Villar (‘11) Augustana 57-80 57-80 Breanna Milnes

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

19-23 8/2 6/3

Sports Information Kevin DeVries Office 626-7748 E-mail Kevin.DeVries@northern.edu Website northernstatewolves.com

MARYVILLE

COACHES

Mandy Sansbury West Virginia Wesleyan 13-32 13-32 Luke Shamblin

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

13-32 8/

Sports Information Jonathan Griffin II Office 304-462-6238 E-mail Jonathan.Griffin@glenville.edu Website northernstatewolves.com

LIU-POST

COACHES

Paula U’Ren Augustana College 521-314 521-314 Jennifer Bakke

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

28-26 12/5

Sports Information Anne Abicht Office 320-308-2141 E-mail aabicht@stcloudst.edu Website scsuhuskies.com

CALDWELL

COACHES

Grettta Melsted Carleton 251-134 332-225

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

33-16 7/3 8/4

Sports Information Tim Evans Office 605-274-4335 E-mail tim.evans@augie.edu Website goaugie.com

FLORIDA

SOUTHERN

Location Maryville, TN Enrollment 1,168 President Dr. Tom Bogart Athletic Director Kandis Schram

Location Brookville, NY Enrollment 4,429 President David J. Steinberg Athletic Director Bryan Collins

Location Caldwell, NJ Enrollment 2,300 President Nancy H. Blattner Athletic Director Mark A. Corino

Location Lakeland, FL Enrollment 2,185 President Dr. Anne B. Kerr Athletic Director Pete Meyer

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at MU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Jamie Apicella (‘99) Alma Mater LIU Post Record at LIU-Post (Yr.) 591-237 Career Record 591-237 Assistant Coaches Carla Campagna Megan Butterworth

Head Coach Dean Johnson (‘95) Alma Mater University of New England Record at CU (Yr.) 553-275-2 Career Record 553-275-2 Assistant Coaches Jackie Velardi Brittany Pulido

Head Coach Chris Bellotto (‘80) Alma Mater Florida Southern College Record at FSC (Yr.) 1,207-428 Career Record 1,207-428 Assistant Coaches Michelle Tatlock Al Bellotto, Chrissy Teresi

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

COACHES

TEAM

Leah Hampton Piedmont College First Year 66-82 Lacey Williams

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

3-33 13/1

Sports Information Eric Etchison Office 865-981-8283 E-mail erc.etchison@maryvillecollege.edu Website mcscots.com

COACHES

TEAM

CONTACTS

47-15 10/1 15/3

Sports Information Ian Schraier Office 516-299-3957 E-mail ian.schraier@liu.edu Website liupostpioneers.com

COACHES

TEAM

CONTACTS

45-12 8/3 12/3

Sports Information Matt McLagan Office 973-618-3567 E-mail mmclagan@caldwell.edu Website caldwellathletics.com

COACHES

TEAM

CONTACTS

17-32 9/3 14/3

Sports Information Ben Greenberg Office 863-680-4256 E-mail bgreenberg@flsouthern.edu Website fscmocs.com

LAKE SUPERIOR

NORTHWOOD

Location Sault Ste. Marie, MI Enrollment 2,521 President Tony McLain Athletic Director Kris Dunbar

Location Midland, MI Enrollment 1,960 President Dr. Keith A. Pretty Athletic Director Dave Marsh

Location Findlay, Ohio Enrollment 3,700 President Dr. Katherine Fell Athletic Director Steven Rackley

Location Hillsdale, MI Enrollment 1,200 President Dr. Larry P. Arnn Athletic Director Don Brubacher

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at LSSU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at NU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Meaggan Pettipiece California (PA) 159159Stefanie Rossman

Head Coach Ron Ammons Alma Mater Findlay Record at UF (Yr.) 184-315 Career Record 184-315 Assistant Coaches Tim Babcock, Tom Jakubiec

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at HU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

2013 Record 7-22, (5-21) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost 9/0 Letterman Returning/Lost 10/3

2013 Record 28-19, (18-8) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost 8/2 Letterman Returning/Lost 17/3

2013 Record 27-15, (13-12) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost 10/4 Letterman Returning/Lost 17/4

2013 Record 11-21, (10-15) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost 7/3 Letterman Returning/Lost 13/6

Sports Information Linda Bouvet Office 906-635-2601 E-mail lbouvet@lssu.edu Website www.lssulakers.com

Sports Information Travis McCurdy Office 989-837-4239 E-mail mccurdy@northwood.edu Website timberwolves.gonorthwood.com

Sports Information David Buck Office 419-434-4727 E-mail buckd@findlay.edu Website athletics.findlay.edu

Sports Information Brad Monastiere Office 517-607-3172 E-mail brad.monastiere@hillsdale.edu Website hillsdalechargers.com

UNIVERSITY

COACHES

Lori Shimasaki (‘10) Azusa Pacific N/A N/A Nicole Stein

TEAM

CONTACTS

UNIVERSITY

COACHES

TEAM

CONTACTS

UNIVERSITY OF

FINDLAY

COACHES

TEAM

CONTACTS

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HILLSDALE UNIVERSITY

COACHES

Joe Abraham The Ohio State University 36-45 N/A Erin Porter, Amber Young

TEAM

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SAGINAW VALLEY UNIVERSITY

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY

TIFFIN

UNIVERSITY

LAKE ERIE

UNIVERSITY

Location University Center, MI Enrollment 10,700 President Dr. Eric R. Gilberts Athletic Director Mike Watson

Location Detroit, MI Enrollment 14,560 President M. Roy Wilson Athletic Director Rob Fournier

Location Tiffin, Ohio Enrollment 4,000 President Dr. Paul Marion Athletic Director Lonny Allen

Location Painesville, Ohio Enrollment 1,300 President Michael T. Victor Athletic Director Reid Guarnieri

Head Coach Todd Buckingham Alma Mater Olivet Nazarene University Record at SVSU (Yr.) 16-22 Career Record 784-381-3 Assistant Coaches Christa Coppus Jodi Mayan, Tara Sipperely

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Head Coach Alma Mater Record at TU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at LEC (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

COACHES

TEAM

2013 Record 16-22, (12-12) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost 9/5 Letterman Returning/Lost 16/8

CONTACTS

Sports Information Eric Brookhouse Office 989-964-4053 E-mail embrookh@svsu.edu Website www.svsucardinals.com

WALSH

UNIVERSITY

COACHES

Gary Bryce University of Michigan 1,071-659-7 1,071-659-7 Pat Kent, Nicole Abel

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

COACHES

Jeff Nickerson Cortland St.

TEAM

312-236 Casey Hanes

COACHES

TEAM

Stephanie Smith Theil College First Year First Year Erika Bennett

30-22, (15-8) 9/2 13/3

2013 Record 22-26, (15-11) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost 11/0 Letterman Returning/Lost 14/2

2013 Record 2-36, (0-26) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost N/A Letterman Returning/Lost N/A

Sports Information Jeff Weiss Office 313-577-7542 ext. 2299 E-mail jeff.weiss@wayne.edu Website www.wsuathletics.com

Sports Information Shane O’Donnell Office 419-448-3288 E-mail sodonnel@tiffin.edu Website gotiffindragons.com

Sports Information Skip Snow Office (440) 375-7475 E-mail ssnow@lec.edu Website lakeeriestorm.com

CONTACTS

FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY

CONTACTS

GRAND VALLEY UNIVERSITY

CONTACTS

ASHLAND UNIVERSITY

Location North Canton, OH Enrollment 2,982 President Richard Jusseaume Athletic Director Dale Howard

Location Big Rapids, MI Enrollment 14,560 President Dr. David Eisler Athletic Director Perk Weisenburger

Location Allenddale, Mich. Enrollment 23,464 President Thomas J. Haas Athletic Director Tim Selgo

Location Ashland, Ohio Enrollment 3,038 President Dr. Frederick J. Finks Athletic Director Bill Goldring

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at WU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coaches

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at FSU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coaches

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at GVSU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coaches

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at AU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coaches

COACHES

TEAM

Jaime Porter Walsh University 55-35 55-35 Katie Woolf

COACHES

Sarah Rotta University of Detroit First Season N/A Dawn Thompson

TEAM

COACHES

Doug Woods University of Toledo 859-383-3 859-383-3 Dana Callihan

TEAM

2013 Record 18-20, (8-16) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost NA Letterman Returning/Lost NA

2013 Record 29-16, (20-6) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost 6/5 Letterman Returning/Lost 9/7

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

Sports Information Jim Clark Office (330) 490-7017 E-mail jclark@walsh.edu Website walsh.edu/walsh-athletics

Sports Information Rob Bentley Office 231-591-3821 E-mail bentleyr@ferris.edu Website ferristatebulldogs.com

Sports Information DJ Foster Office 616-331-3249 E-mail fosterdj@gvsu.edu Website www.gvsulakers.com

CONTACTS

CONTACTS

CONTACTS

MALONE

UNIVERSITY Location Canton, Ohio Enrollment 1,897 President Dr. David A. King Athletic Director Charlie Grimes

COACHES

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at MU (Yr.) Career Record Assistant Coach

TEAM

Tenequa Martin Lyon College First Year 27-44 Kylee Crislip

2013 Record 8-29, (2-23) GLIAC Starters Returning/Lost 12/1 Letterman Returning/Lost 14/1

CONTACTS

Sports Information Mark Bankert Office (330) 471-8293 E-mail mbankert@malone.edu Website malonepioneers.com

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46-9, (24-2) 5/6 11/8

COACHES

TEAM

2013 Record Starters Returning/Lost Letterman Returning/Lost

CONTACTS

Sheilah Gulas Clarion 598-289 801-413 Shannon Schaub Dave Leffew 29-20, (16-7) 8/2 13/4

Sports Information Al King Office (419) 289-5442 E-mail aking@ashland.edu Website goashlandeagles.com


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all-time women’s softball roster A Albanese, Kelsey....................................... 2013Amerine, Anne...................................... 1981-82 Archer, Chelsea..................................... 2009-10 Athens, Alexandra................................. 2008-09 Atkinson, Mary...................................... 1985-88 Audette, Devan.......................................... 2012-

B Baker, Jennifer...................................... 2008-11 Bardon, Holly..............................................1994 Baumbusch, Shannon.......................... 1994-97 Baxter, Deb............................................ 1981-83 Beatty, Sarah......................................... 2005-09 Beavers, Stephanie............................... 2004-07 Beck, Katalin......................................... 2005-08 Benedict, Danette........................................2002 Berger, Anne...............................................1981 Black, Kari...................................................2010 Bollinger, Wendy................................... 1995-98 Boron, Lisa..................................................1988 Bowen, Mary...............................................1995 Bowshier, Stephanie............................. 2003-06 Boyle, Katie.................................................1992 Brennan, Tracie .................................... 1988-91 Britton, Christa...................................... 1988-90 Burley, Debbie....................................... 1986-89 Burt, Sarah............................................ 2005-08 Burtschy, Mary Beth...................................1990

C Camboni, Caitlin..........................................2008 Carey, Jessica.............................................2008 Carson, Amy......................................... 1988-89 Cartee, Melissa............................................1991 Carter, Kandi................................................1988 Casey, Colleen.............................................1981 Chain, Ashley........................................ 2004-05 Chaney, Caitlin...................................... 2009-12 Cheripko, Jennah........................................2007 Clark, Casey................................................2012 Claytor, Elyse......................................... 2002-05

Clouse, Sandy....................................... 1989-92 Cole, Lynnea ......................................... 1988-89 Cotter, Amy .......................................... 1981-82 Courtney, Colleen.................................. 1990-93 Cribari, Alex............................................... 2012Crislip, Kylee......................................... 2009-12 Crumley, Brenda................................... 1981-84 Cudd, Cindy................................................1992 Cummings, Andrea............................... 1990-93

D Daugherty, Denise.......................................1993 Delligatta, Danyelle............................... 2011-12 Devereaux, Mary.........................................1984 Dicke, Edna........................................... 1984-85 Dietz, Morgan..............................................2012 Dixon, Traci........................................... 1991-94 Dorn, Maria........................................... 2002-04 Dorsey, Sarah..............................................1987 Drumm, Tara...............................................1994

E Englund, Erika.............................1998-99, 2001 Englund, Nichole................................... 1998-01 Etter, Shana........................................... 2008-11 Evans, Crystal....................................... 1988-91

F Farthing, Jennifer........................................1990 Fishel, Brandis........................................... 2012Fishel, Montana......................................... 2013Fox, Kay................................................. 1981-84 Fraley, Andrea.............................................1991 Fraley, Jennifer...................................... 1994-97 Franken, Angel...................................... 1985-88 Frazier, Julie.......................................... 1988-89 Furlong, Tabitha.................................... 2002-05

G Galloway, Tracey................................... 1984-87 Gartner, Gloria....................................... 1992-94 Goodrich, Tiffany........................................2012 Gore, Dani...................................................2008 Greely, Beth........................................... 1979-82

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H Hartley, Dawn..............................................1988 Hazel, Jamie.......................................... 2006-10 Hempfling, Jennie................................. 1993-94 Henry, Tammi........................................ 1981-84 Herron, Tracy........................................ 1991-93 Hersey, Melissa...........................................2009 Hinton, Allie............................................... 2014Hixon, Cari..................................................1986 Holden, Bridget...........................................2001 Holsinger, Tina............................................1988 Hosey, Brenna.............................................2012 Hottinger, Maria ................................... 1996-99 Huck, Melanie....................................... 1996-99 Hughes, Leanne.................................... 1996-98 Huntsman, Hope.........................................1993 Hutson, Sara......................................... 2004-07

J Jablonski, Bernie................................... 1978-82 Jackson, Tonisha........................................1995 James, James....................................... 2002-05 Jameson, Beth...................................... 1994-97 Jividen, Caitlin........................................... 2011Johnson, Jayme.........................................1994 Jones, Cathy......................................... 1989-91 Jones, Petra.......................................... 2007-08 Jurkovic, Jessica................................... 2002-05

K Kelley, Muriel......................................... 2007-10 Kerg, Tina....................................................1998 Kilian, Lauren..............................................2007 Kirby, Jackie.......................................... 1987-88 Kolckowiski, Teresa.............................. 1988-90 Krile, Marla..................................................2004 Kuhns, Jen..................................................1993

L Lamberson, Danielle............................. 1998-99 Larson, Danielle.................................... 2006-09 Laudato, Shelley.........................................1982 Leffler, Jamie......................................... 2004-07 Locker, Kacey..............................................2012 Lucas, Rebekha.................................... 2011-12 Ludrowsky, Megan............................... 2007-08 Lust, Kendall......................................... 2011-12 17


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Mahlerwein, Mindy............................... 1999-02 Mahlerwein, Misty................................ 2002-04 Maier, Christina..................................... 2004-07 Mark, Sommer.......................................... 2014Mason, Taylor........................................... 2012May, Natalie........................................... 1999-01 McCartney, Brooke...........................2010-2013 Miller, Carrie.......................................... 1995-98 Minor, Amanda..................................... 2008-09 Mock, Maureen..................................... 1981-82 Moloney, Katie...................................... 2003-06 Moreno, Amy........................................ 1998-01 Mowery, Tammie.................................. 1986-87 Murdoch, Casey........................................ 2014Murphy, Maureen................................. 1991-94 Murphy, Rose....................................... 1981-82 Myers, Brooke........................................... 2014-

Villa, Luisa...................................................1985 Vinci, Natalie......................................... 2003-04 Vollinger, Becky...........................................1988

Quint, Ashleigh............................................2002

Sanner, Brier............................................. 2012Schneider, Gina..................................... 2004-07 Schoener, Natalie........................................1999 Scholle, Christine...................................... 2014Schultz, Lauren...........................................1994 Sciacca, Jessica..........................................2010 Scott, Brandy..............................................1993 Seavey, Brittany................................2011-2012 Seeds, Kelsey............................................ 2012Sergio, Lisa.................................................1997 Simms, Kelly......................................... 2000-03 Sipe, Nickie........................................... 2004-07 Snyder, Andrea..................................... 1997-00 Somers, Pat.......................................... 1979-82 Speelman, Andrea......................................1991 Spiert, Julie........................................... 1984-86 Springer, Francis................................... 1998-01 Stanzel, Rachael........................................ 2012Staton, Maria........................................ 2008-11 Steinbaugh, Lisa................................... 1987-88 Stephens, Trisha.........................................1991 Stevens, Jennifer........................................1993 Stewart, Candice................................... 2001-03 Stowe, Rayejeanna.....................................1983 Streeter, Katie..............................................2009 Sutter, Erica........................................... 2007-10 Sutter, Erin............................................ 2009-12 Suyak, Julia............................................... 2013Swartz, Kelly...............................................1992 Swisher, Alexis.......................................... 2012-

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Randall, Patti......................................... 1986-88 Rante, Sarah......................................... 2005-09 Reaves, Kimberly.................................. 2002-03 Reeves, Kim.......................................... 1989-90 Reichler, Siera....................................... 2005-09 Revenaugh, Megin......................................1997 Reynolds, Rayejene....................................1983 Richardson, Lauren....................................2005 Riebesell, Kari....................................... 1989-93 Ritzler, Amanda..................................... 2005-09 Rogers, Steph.............................................1994 Rowe, Jana........................................... 2000-03 Rowe, Jill............................................... 1995-98 Rowell, Julie.......................................... 1987-88 Russell, Rhonda..........................................1993

Taylor, Natalie .............................................1985 Taylor, Angie.......................................... 1994-97 Teagardner, Traci................................... 1996-98 Thomas, Danielle.................................. 2005-07 Thomas, Taylor......................................... 2012Thompson, Carie........................................2005 Timmerman, Krista............................... 1999-00 Trapp, Christa..............................................1997 Trushel, Lori.......................................... 1998-00

N Newland, Angie..................................... 2000-04

P Pacer, Kim............................................. 1999-00 Palumbo, Danielle................................. 2004-07 Phillips, Brittany..........................................2009 Preissler, Cheryl.................................... 1984-86 Pugh, Angelica............................................2009

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W Wacker, Tina.......................................... 1994-97 Wallace, Kelly............................................ 2014Walker, Jessica...........................................1995 Ware, Angela ........................................ 1995-98 Watson, Angie.............................................1994 Weber, Lizzy.............................................. 2013Weitz, Cassandra.................................. 2008-11 Laura Wenig................................................1982 Whitcomb, Jena.................................... 2000-03 Williams, Stephanie.............................. 2000-03 Willis, Tristine........................................ 1985-86 Windle, Stephanie................................. 2005-07 Winters, Colleen.................................... 1998-01 Wright, Melissa..................................... 1999-02 Wolfe, Georganne.......................................1994 Wolfe, Samantha.................................. 2009-11 Wood, Janelle.............................................1992

Y Young, Joyce........................................ 1984-87

Z Zapf, Colleen......................................... 1985-86


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year Coach

Overall Record

Conf. W % Record

Greater Ohio Athletic Conference 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 .536

Rickie Sue Gruden Rickie Sue Gruden Rickie Sue Gruden Jean Gilliand Jean Gilliand Jean Gilliand Bob Wolfe

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1-9 N/A 6-12 N/A 7-18 0-6 15-13

N/A N/A N/A .111 .333 .280 N/A

Mid-Ohio Conference 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Bob Wolfe Jeanne Raudensky Jeanne Raudensky Jeanne Raudensky Jeanne Raudensky Jeanne Raudensky Jeanne Raudensky Jeanne Raudensky Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham

21-9 10-10 33-9 30-11-2 10-17-1 25-16-1 23-25 16-26 17-20 26-27 25-28

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

.700 .500 .786 .721 .375 .607 .479 .380 .459 .490 .472

Year Coach

Overall Record

Conf. W % Record

Association of Independent Institutions 2010

Marcella Vanlandingham

29-25

N/A

.537

Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 2011 2012 2013

Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham

14-36 26-28 23-28-1

9-23 .280 20-12 .481 17-9 .442

* AMC Conference Tournament eliminated for 2000-08 seasons. Regular season champion and at-large qualifiers went directly to the NAIA Northeast Regional (IX) Tournament.

All-Time Coaches and Records

1996- Marcella Vanlandingham 539-424-1 245-108 1989-95 Jeanne Raudensky 147-114-4 58-41-4 1986-88 Bob Wolfe 31-22 6-2 1984-85 Jean Gilliand 14-39 0-6 1981-83 Ricke Sue Grunden N/A N/A Total (Four Coaches) *732-599-5 +309-157-2

.559 .562 .506 .333 N/A .547

*1984-present +Does not include 1981-85, 1987, 2010

American Mideast Conference 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham Marcella Vanlandingham

40-19 38-21 35-16 43-21 37-20 30-20 45-14 41-20 21-28 22-30 27-23

17-5 20-5 20-4 25-3 13-3 12-2 14-0 11-3 10-4 14-6 15-5

.677 .644 .686 .672 .649 .600 .763 .672 .429 .423 .540

Program Post Season Appearances/Championships District 22 Tournament Championships 1990 AMC Regular Season Conference Championships 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Conference & Regional Tournament Appearances* MOC - 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998 AMC - 1999, 2009 Region IX - 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Independent - 2010 GLIAC – 2012, 2013 * AMC Conference Tournament eliminated for 2000-08 seasons. Regular season champion and at-large qualifiers went directly to the NAIA Northeast Regional (IX) Tournament.

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ANNUAL LEADERS HITTING Batting Average*: Year Name H-AB 1984 Joyce Young 9-22 1985 Angel Franken 15-56 1986 Debbie Burley 24-49 1987 Julie Rowell 33-78 1988 N/A 1989 Traci Brennan 21-52 1990 Brenda Rombach 32-93 1991 Maureen Murphy 54-135 1992 Sandy Clouse 23-60 1993 Tracy Herron 43-104 1994 Traci Dixon 60-156 1995 Tonisha Jackson 38-115 1996 Angela Ware 46-104 1997 Christa Trapp 45-110 1998 Angela Ware 49-126 1999 Krista Timmerman 75-165 2000 Krista Timmerman 70-181 2001 Jena Whitcomb 63-161 2002 Tabitha Furlong 87-218 2003 Jena Whitcomb 74-190 2004 Tabitha Furlong 75-175 2005 Tabitha Furlong 85-198 2006 Gina Schneider 88-169 2007 Danielle Larson 64-151 2008 Muriel Kelley 53-134 2009 Amanda Ritzler 59-131 2010 Erin Sutter 66-166 2011 Kylee Crislip 51-150 2012 Alex Cribari 48-137 2013 Caitlin Jividen 55-158

AVG .409 .268 .408 .423 .404 .344 .400 .383 .413 .385 .330 .442 .409 .389 .455 .387 .391 .399 .389 .431 .429 .521 .424 .396 .450 .398 .340 .350 .348

*Minimum 2 plate appearances per game average

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HITS

DOUBLES

Year Name H 1984 Mary Devereaux 12 1985 Angel Franken 15 1986 Angel Franken 29 1987 Angel Franken 36 1988 N/A 1989 Kari Riebesell 25 1990 Jennifer Farthing 45 1991 Maureen Murphy 54 1992 Kari Reibesell, Katie Boyle 29 1993 Kari Riebesell 48 1994 Traci Dixon 60 1995 Shannon Baumbusch 41 1996 Traci Teagardner, Angela Ware 46 1997 Beth Jameson 62 1998 Jill Rowe 56 1999 Krista Timmerman 75 2000 Jena Whitcomb 71 2001 Jena Whitcomb 63 2002 Tabitha Furlong 87 2003 Jena Whitcomb 74 2004 Tabitha Furlong 75 2005 Tabitha Furlong 85 2006 Gina Schneider 88 2007 Danielle Larson 64 2008 Danielle Larson 66 2009 Danielle Larson 66 2010 Erin Sutter 66 2011 Jennfer Baker 52 2012 Kylee Crislip 51 2013 Caitlin Jividen 55

Year Name 1984 Joyce Young 1985 Angel Franken 1986 Angel Franken 1987 Patty Randell 1988 N/A 1989 Sandy Clouse 1990 Kim Reeves 1991 Andrea Boyle 1992 Katie Boyle 1993 Kari Boyle 1994 Jennie Hempfling 1995 Tonisha Jackson 1996 Tina Wacker 1997 Angela Ware, Beth Jameson 1998 Jill Rowe, Angela Ware 1999 Kim Pacer 2000 Kelly Simms 2001 Jena Whitcomb 2002 Jena Whitcomb 2003 Kelly Simms 2004 Gina Schneider 2005 Elyse Claytor, Gina Schneider 2006 Gina Schneider 2007 Muriel Kelley 2008 Muriel Kelley 2009 Sarah Beatty 2010 Samantha Wolfe 2011 Kylee Crislip 2012 Danyelle Delligatta 2013 Caitlin Jividen

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Year Name 3B 1984 Kay Fox 3 1985 Angel Franken Nat Taylor 2 1986 Four players 1 1987 Angel Franken 5 1988 N/A 1989 Kim Reeves 3 1990 Sandy Clouse 10 1991 Sandy Clouse Crystal Evans 7 1992 Kari Riebesell Colleen Courtney 1 1993 Tracy Herron 4 1994 Steph Rogers 7 1995 Angela Ware 3 1996 Beth Jameson 3 1997 Beth Jameson 6 1998 Traci Teagardner 3 1999 Kim Pacer 16 2000 Krista Timmerman 10 2001 Fran Springer 4 2002 Kelly Simms 4 2003 Stephanie Bowshier 9 2004 Stephanie Bowshier 9 2005 Tabitha Furlong 9 2006 Stephanie Bowshier 3 2007 Danielle Larson 3 2008 Muriel Kelley 3 2009 Danielle Larson 5 2010 Four players 1 2011 Five players 1 2012 Three players 2 2013 Taylor Thomas 3


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ANNUAL LEADERS HOME RUNS

RUNS BATTED IN

Year Name 1984 None 1985 Trish Willis Nat Taylor Cheryl Priessler 1986 Angel Franken 1987 Debbie Burley, Angel Franken 1988 N/A 1989 Crystal Evans, Deb Burley 1990 Crystal Evans 1991 Sandy Clouse 1992 N/A 1993 N/A 1994 Jennie Hempfling 1995 Jessica Walker 1996 Tina Wacker 1997 Tina Wacker, Beth Jameson 1998 Jill Rowe 1999 Kim Pacer, Frances Springer 2000 Jena Whitcomb 2001 Fran Springer 2002 Angie Newland 2003 Angie Newland 2004 Angie Newland 2005 Gina Schneider 2006 Gina Schneider 2007 Gina Schneider 2008 Muriel Kelley, Katalin Beck 2009 Chelsea Archer, Samantha Wolfe 2010 Kylee Crislip 2011 Caitlin Chaney 2012 Kylee Crislip 2013 Taylor Thomas

Year Name 1984 None 1985 Angel Franken 1986 Patty Randall 1987 Debbi Burley 1988 N/A 1989 Kari Riebesell, Deb Burley 1990 Sandy Clouse 1991 Andrea Speelman 1992 Katie Boyle 1993 Jennie Hempfling 1994 Steph Rogers 1995 Jessica Walker 1996 Tina Wacker 1997 Tina Wacker 1998 Jill Rowe 1999 Kim Pacer 2000 Jena Whitcomb 2001 Jena Whitcomb 2002 Angie Newland 2003 Jena Whitcomb 2004 Angie Newland 2005 Gina Schneider 2006 Gina Schneider 2007 Gina Schneider 2008 Katalin Beck 2009 Sarah Beatty 2010 Samantha Wolfe 2011 Kylee Crislip 2012 Kylee Crislip 2013 Taylor Thomas

HR N/A 1

1 3

2 2 5 N/A N/A 1 3 7

3 2 5 7 11 14 5 10 19 4 4 2 5 6 11 7

RUNS RBI N/A 9 15 22

19 37 45 17 29 35 27 41 31 32 63 45 40 50 58 34 38 71 36 35 43 46 42 35 31

Year Name 1984 Edna Dicke 1985 Joyce Young 1986 Angel Franken 1987 Angel Franken 1988 N/A 1989 Crystal Evans 1990 Jennifer Farthing 1991 Maureen Murphy, Crystal Evans 1992 Kelly Swartz 1993 Kari Riebesell 1994 Traci Dixon 1995 Beth Jameson, Tonisha Jackson 1996 Beth Jameson, Traci Teagarder 1997 Beth Jameson 1998 Amy Moreno 1999 Melanie Huck 2000 Lori Trushel 2001 Natalie May, Jena Whitcomb 2002 Tabitha Furlong 2003 Tabitha Furlong 2004 Tabitha Furlong 2005 Tabitha Furlong 2006 Gina Schneider 2007 Danielle Larson 2008 Danielle Larson 2009 Danielle Larson 2010 Jennifer Baker 2011 Erin Sutter 2012 Brooke McCartney 2013 Alex Cribari

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STOLEN BASES R 10 12 16 27 22 49 38 17 44 40 23 29 43 30 48 43 35 59 46 42 56 60 35 34 45 47 35 29 30

Year Name 1984 Kay Fox 1985 Angel Franken, Cheryl Priessler 1986 Angel Franken 1987 Angel Franken 1988 N/A 1989 Deb Burley, Cathy Jones 1990 Jennifer Farthing 1991 Crystal Evans 1992 Kelly Swartz 1993 Kari Riebesell 1994 Traci Dixon 1995 Tonisha Jackson 1996 Traci Teagardner 1997 Melanie Huck 1998 Melanie Huck 1999 Melanie Huck 2000 Lori Trushel 2001 Natalie May 2002 Tabitha Furlong 2003 Tabitha Furlong 2004 Tabitha Furlong 2005 Tabitha Furlong 2006 Danielle Larson 2007 Danielle Larson 2008 Danielle Larson 2009 Danielle Larson 2010 Jennifer Baker 2011 Erin Sutter 2012 Erin Sutter, Brooke McCartney 2013 Caitlin Jividen

SB 5 5 11 10

3 17 6 10 14 12 9 8 14 20 28 24 15 37 19 37 48 12 21 24 33 22 20 17 11

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ANNUAL LEADERS PITCHING

INNINGS PITCHED

Appearances: Year Name 1984 N/A 1985 N/A 1986 Tristine Willis 1987 Lisa Steinbaugh 1988 N/A 1989 Kim Reeves 1990 Andrea Cummings 1991 Andrea Cummings 1992 Andrea Cummings 1993 Tracy Herron 1994 Tina Wacker 1995 Tina Wacker 1996 Carrie Miller 1997 Andrea Snyder 1998 Carrie Miller, Andrea Snyder Danielle Lamberson 1999 Melissa Wright 2000 Melissa Wright 2001 Melissa Wright 2002 Melissa Wright 2003 Jessica Jurkovic 2004 Jessica Jurkovic 2005 Jessica Jurkovic 2006 Katie Moloney 2007 Sara Hutson 2008 Petra Jones 2009 Maria Staton, Shana Etter 2010 Maria Staton 2011 Maria Staton 2012 Rachael Stanzel 2013 Rachael Stanzel

Year Name 1984 N/A 1985 N/A 1986 Tristine Willis 1987 Lisa Steinbaugh 1988 N/A 1989 Kim Reeves 1990 Andrea Cummings 1991 Andrea Cummings 1992 Andrea Cummings 1993 Tracy Herron 1994 Tina Wacker 1995 Tina Wacker 1996 Carrie Miller 1997 Carrie Miller 1998 Carrie Miller 1999 Amy Moreno 2000 Melissa Wright 2001 Amy Moreno 2002 Melissa Wright 2003 Jessica Jurkovic 2004 Jessica Jurkovic 2005 Jessica Jurkovic 2006 Katie Moloney 2007 Sara Hutson 2008 Petra Jones 2009 Shana Etter 2010 Maria Staton 2011 Maria Staton 2012 Rachael Stanzel 2013 Rachael Stanzel

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IP

79.0 102.0 67.0 112.0 153.0 94.0 133.0 118.0 114.0 139.0 123.0 107.0 110.0 117.2 135.1 180.2 165.1 132.0 195.0 175.2 141.0 137.2 135.0 168.2 142.0 187.2 211.0

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WINS

Year Name ERA 1984 N/A 1985 N/A 1986 Tristine Willis 7.00 1987 Lisa Steinbaugh 1.71 1988 N/A 1989 Kim Reeves 2.72 1990 Andrea Cummings 0.88 1991 Andrea Cummings 2.28 1992 Andrea Cummings 2.46 1993 Tracy Herron 2.63 1994 Tara Drumm 5.68 1995 Tina Wacker 3.85 1996 Carrie Miller 2.32 1997 Carrie Miller 2.05 1998 Danielle Lamberson 1.97 1999 Melissa Wright 1.01 2000 Stephanie Williams 1.47 2001 Melissa Wright 1.57 2002 Melissa Wright 0.62 2003 Natalie Vinci 1.26 2004 Katie Moloney 0.31 2005 Jessica Jurkovic 1.04 2006 Katie Moloney 1.51 2007 Sara Hutson 3.13 2008 Maria Staton 2.80 2009 Maria Staton 2.83 2010 Maria Staton 2.16 2011 Maria Staton 3.30 2012 Rachael Stanzel 2.83 2013 Rachael Stanzel 2.62

Year Name RBI 1984 N/A 1985 N/A 1986 Tristine Willis 5 1987 Lisa Steinbaugh 10 1988 N/A 1989 Kim Reeves 7 1990 Andrea Cummings 16 1991 Andrea Cummings 18 1992 Andrea Cummings 6 1993 Tracy Herron 14 1994 Tina Wacker 9 1995 Tina Wacker 8 1996 Carrie Miller 9 1997 Carrie Miller 9 1998 Carrie Miller 10 1999 Amy Moreno 12 2000 Andrea Snyder 13 2001 Amy Moreno 12 Stephanie Williams 12 2002 Melissa Wright 17 2003 Stephanie Williams 18 2004 Katie Moloney 13 2005 Jessica Jurkovic 24 2006 Katie Moloney 17 2007 Sara Hutson 11 2008 Erica Sutter, Petra Jones 8 2009 Shana Etter 12 2010 Maria Staton 16 2011 Maria Staton 7 2012 Rachael Stanzel 16 2013 Rachael Stanzel 15

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ANNUAL LEADERS STRIKEOUTS

COMPLETE GAMES

Year Name RBI 1984 N/A 1985 N/A 1986 Tristine Willis 35 1987 Lisa Steinbaugh 28 1988 N/A 1989 Lynnea Cole 22 1990 Andrea Cummings 95 1991 Andrea Cummings 80 1992 Andrea Cummings 60 1993 Andrea Cummings 81 1994 Tina Wacker 56 1995 Tina Wacker 33 1996 Tina Wacker 51 1997 Andrea Snyder 58 1998 Danielle Lamberson 67 1999 Amy Moreno 93 2000 Andrea Snyder 84 2001 Amy Moreno 115 2002 Melissa Wright 174 2003 Jessica Jurkovic 101 2004 Katie Moloney 127 2005 Jessica Jurkovic 242 2006 Katie Moloney 198 2007 Petra Jones 97 2008 Petra Jones 86 2009 Maria Staton 80 2010 Maria Staton 91 2011 Maria Staton 75 2012 Rachael Stanzel 87 2013 Rachael Stanzel 87

Year Name RBI 1984 N/A 1985 N/A 1986 Tristine Willis 8 1987 N/A 1988 N/A 1989 Kim Reeves 10 1990 Andrea Cummings 16 1991 Andrea Cummings 21 1992 Andrea Cummings 10 1993 Tracy Herron 21 1994 Tina Wacker 20 1995 Tina Wacker 8 1996 Carrie Miller 24 1997 Andrea Snyder 14 1998 Carrie Miller 9 1999 Any Moreno 13 2000 Melissa Wright 12 2001 Stephanie Williams 12 2002 Melissa Wright 20 2003 Stephanie Williams 16 Jessica Jurkovic 2004 Jessica Jurkovic 15 2005 Jessica Jurkovic 24 2006 Katie Moloney 21 2007 Sara Hutson 12 2008 Petra Jones 11 2009 Shana Etter 11 2010 Maria Staton 21 2011 Maria Staton 9 2012 Rachael Stanzel 21 2013 Rachael Stanzel 27

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HONOR ROLL NATIONAL HONORS

REGIONAL HONORS

NAIA All-Americans First Team 2005 – Tabitha Furlong 2006 – Gina Schneider Second Team 1997 – Beth Jameson Honorable Mention 2004 – Tabitha Furlong 2004 – Katie Maloney 2005 – Jessica Jurkovic 2006 – Katie Moloney

NAIA Region IX Player of the Year 2005 – Tabitha Furlong

NAIA Player of the Week 1999 – Kim Pacer 1999 – Krista Timmerman 2000 – Jena Whitcomb 2004 – Katie Maloney NAIA Scholar-Athletes 1990 – Cathy Jones 1991 – Cathy Jones 1998 – Melanie Huck 1998 – Tina Kerg 1998 – Danielle Lamberson 1999 – Melanie Huck 1999 – Danielle Lamberson 1999 – Kim Pacer 1999 – Andrea Synder 2000 – Kim Pacer 2000 – Andrea Snyder 2000 – Colleen Winters 2001 – Colleen Winters 2001 – Amy Moreno 2002 – Jena Whitcomb 2003 – Jena Whitcomb 2006 – Sara Hutson 2006 – Christina Maier 2006 – Danielle Palumbo 2007 – Sara Hutson 2007 – Christina Maier 2007 – Danielle Palumbo 2008 – Sarah Rante 2008 – Amanda Ritzler 2009 – Sarah Rante 2009 – Amanda Ritzler 2010 – Jennifer Baker NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete 2011 – Jennifer Baker 2011 – Caitlin Chaney 2011 – Brooke McCartney 2011 – Erin Sutter 2011 – Danyelle Delligatta

NAIA Region IX Pitcher of the Year 2005 – Jessica Jurkovic NAIA Region IX Coach of the Year 2005 – Marcella Vanlandingham NFCA Great Lakes Region Coaching Staff of the Year 2005 – Marcella Vanlandingham, Shannon Baumbusch, Jessica Simpson, Paul Pacer NFCA All-Great Lakes Region First Team 1999 – Kim Pacer 1999 – Krista Timmerman 2000 – Krista Timmerman 2003 – Jena Whitcomb 2003 – Kelly Simms 2004 – Stephanie Bowshier 2004 – Gina Schneider 2005 – Elyse Clayton 2005 – Tabitha Furlong 2005 – Jessica Jurkovic 2006 – Gina Schneider 2006 – Katie Moloney 2007 – Danielle Larson 2007 – Jamie Leffler 2009 – Danielle Larson Second Team 2000 – Jena Whitcomb 2000 – Lori Trushel 2001 – Jena Whitcomb 2001 – Fran Springer 2003 – Tabitha Furlong 2003 – Angie Newland 2004 – Katie Moloney 2004 – Angie Newland 2004 – Tabitha Furlong 2004 – Jessica Jurkovic 2005 – Katie Moloney 2006 – Danielle Palumbo 2007 – Katalin Beck 2008 – Muriel Kelley 2008 – Danielle Larson 2008 – Amanda Ritzler 2008 – Jennifer Baker 2009 – Jennifer Baker 2009 – Sarah Beatty 2010 – Erin Sutter NFCA All-Midwest Region Second Team 2012 – Alex Cribari

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NAIA Great Lakes All-Region 1997 – Angela Ware 1997 – Beth Jameson 1999 – Kim Pacer 2000 – Kim Pacer 2000 – Krista Timmerman NAIA All-Region IX Team 2005 – Tabitha Furlong 2005 – Jessica Jurkovic 2005 – Gina Schneider 2005 – Katie Moloney 2005 – Elyse Claytor 2006 – Gina Schneider 2006 – Katie Moloney 2007 – Gina Schneider 2007 – Danielle Larson 2007 – Jamie Leffler NAIA All-District 22 Team 1984 – Edna Dicke 1989 – Kim Reeves 1990 – Jennifer Farthing 1990 – Sandy Clouse 1990 – Andrea Cummings 1991 – Crystal Evans 1991 – Maureen Murphy 1991 – Andrea Speelman 1992 – Kari Riebesell 1992 – Andrea Cummings 1993 – Tracy Herron NAIA All-District 22 Honorable Mention 1990 – Kim Reeves 1991 – Andrea Cummings 1992 – Kari Riebesell 1992 – Sandy Clouse 1993 – Andrea Cummings 1993 – Traci Dixon 1993 – Jennie Hempfling 1993 – Kari Riebesell 1994 – Traci Dixon 1994 – Jennie Hempfling 1994 – Maureen Murphy NAIA Great Lakes Region Player of the Week 1999 – Kim Pacer 1999 – Krista Timmerman NAIA District 22 Player of the Week 1991 – Maureeen Murphy (2x) 1991 – Andrea Cummings 1992 – Traci Dixon 1993 – Andrea Cummings CoSIDA/Capital One Academic AllDistrict 4 Third Team 2011 – Jennifer Baker

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ALL-CONFERENCE AWARDS Greater Ohio Athletic Conference All-GOAC First Team 1987 – Tracey Galloway 1987 – Angel Franken 1987 – Debbi Burley 1987 – Julie Rowell Mid-Ohio Conference MOC Player of the Year 1991 – Andrea Speelman MOC Pitcher of the Year 1990 – Andrea Cummings (CoPlayer) All-MOC First Team 1987 – Julie Rowell 1987 – Debbie Burley 1987 – Patty Randall 1987 – Tracey Galloway 1990 – Sandy Clouse 1990 – Jennifer Farthing 1990 – Kim Reeves 1990 – Andrea Cummings 1991 – Crystal Evans 1991 – Sandy Clouse 1991 – Maureen Murphy 1991 – Andrea Speelman 1991 – Andrea Cummings 1992 – Sandy Clouse 1993 – Tracy Herron 1996 – Tina Wacker 1996 – Traci Teagardner 1997 – Angela Ware 1997 – Beth Jameson 1997 – Christa Trapp 1998 – Jill Rowe 1998 – Angela Ware Second Team 1993 – Colleen Courtney 1994 – Maureen Murphy 1994 – Traci Dixon 1995 – Angela Ware 1995 – Jessica Walker 1996 – Angela Ware 1997 – Beth Jameson 1997 – Carrie Miller 1998 – Traci Teagartner 1998 – Carrie Miller 1998 – Tina Kerg


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HONOR ROLL Honorable Mention 1991 – Traci Dixon 1992 – Kari Riebesell 1993 – Kari Riebesell 1993 – Maureen Murphy 1993 – Traci Dixon 1993 – Andrea Cummings 1994 – Jen Hempfling 1995 – Tonisha Jackson 1995 – Shannon Baumbusch 1996 – Maria Hottinger 1996 – Carrie Miller 1997 – Melanie Huck MOC Player of the Week 1990 – Andrea Cummings 1991 – Andrea Cummings 1991 – Maureen Murphy (2x) 1991 – Traci Dixon 1992 – Traci Dixon 1993 – Tracy Herron (2x) 1993 – Andrea Cummings 1995 – Jessica Walker 1996 – Traci Teagardner All-MOC Scholar Athlete 1998 – Melanie Huck 1998 – Danielle Lamberson 1998 – Tina Kerg American Mideast Conference

*2002-07 AMC divided into NorthSouth divisions

AMC Player of the Year 2003 – Jena Whitcomb 2005 – Tabitha Furlong 2006 – Gina Schneider

AMC Pitcher of the Year 2004 – Katie Maloney 2005 – Jessica Jurkovic 2006 – Katie Moloney AMC Freshman of the Year 2002 – Tabitha Furlong 2007 – Jennah Cheripko AMC Coach of the Year 2001 – Marcella Vanlandingham 2002 – Marcella Vanlandingham 2004 – Marcella Vanlandingham 2005 – Marcella Vanlandingham 2008 – Marcella Vanlandingham

All-AMC First Team 1998 – Jill Rowe 1998 – Angela Ware 1999 – Kim Pacer 2000 – Kim Pacer 2000 – Krista Timmerman 2001 – Fran Springer 2001 – Melissa Wright 2002 – Melissa Wright 2003 – Jena Whitcomb 2003 – Tabitha Furlong 2004 – Tabitha Furlong 2004 – Katie Maloney 2004 – Jessica Jurkovic 2005 – Elyse Claytor 2005 – Gina Schneider 2005 – Tabitha Furlong 2005 – Jessica Jurkovic 2005 – Katie Moloney 2006 – Gina Schneider 2006 – Katie Moloney 2006 – Danielle Palumbo 2007 – Jamie Leffler 2007 – Gina Schneider 2007 – Danielle Larson 2007 – Sara Hutson 2008 – Danielle Larson 2008 – Jennifer Baker 2009 – Sarah Beatty 2009 – Amanda Ritzler 2009 – Danielle Larson 2009 – Jennifer Baker Second Team 1999 – Andrea Snyder 1999 – Amy Moreno 2000 – Lori Trushel 2000 – Melissa Wright 2001 – Jena Whitcomb 2002 – Angie Newland 2002 – Jena Whitcomb 2002 – Tabitha Furlong 2003 – Angie Newland 2004 – Stephanie Bowshier 2006 – Jamie Leffler 2008 – Amanda Ritzler 2008 – Katalin Beck 2008 – Muriel Kelley 2009 – Sarah Rante 2009 – Shana Etter Honorable Mention 1999 – Melanie Huck 1999 – Frances Springer 2000 – Andrea Snyder 2001 – Natalie May 2001 – Amy Moreno 2002 – Kelly Simms 2003 – Kelly Simms 2003 – Stephanie Williams 2004 – Angie Newland 2006 – Stephanie Bowshier 2006 – Sara Hutson 2007 – Katalin Beck 2007 – Christina Maier

All-AMC Freshmen Team 2002 – Tabitha Furlong 2003 – Stephanie Bowshier 2004 – Gina Schneider 2005 – Katalin Beck 2006 – Danielle Larson 2007 – Jennah Cheripko 2008 – Shana Etter 2009 – Brittany Phillips AMC Player of the Week 1999 – Kim Pacer 1999 – Krista Timmerman 2000 – Jena Whitcomb 2001 – Melissa Wright 2001 – Natalie May 2002 – Melissa Wright (2x) 2002 – Stephanie Williams 2002 – Angie Newland 2002 – Jessica Jurkovic 2002 – Jena Whitcomb 2004 – Katie Moloney (4x) 2004 – Stephanie Bowshier 2004 – Gina Schneider 2005 – Jessica Jurkovic (3x) 2005 – Tabitha Furlong 2006 – Gina Schneider 2007 – Gina Schneider 2007 – Danielle Larson 2008 – Sarah Beatty 2008 – Shana Etter All-AMC Scholar Athlete 1999 – Melanie Huck 1999 – Danielle Lamberson 1999 – Kim Pacer 1999 – Andrea Snyder 2000 – Andrea Snyder 2001 – Colleen Winters 2001 – Amy Moreno 2002 – Jena Whitcomb 2003 – Jena Whitcomb 2006 – Sara Hutson 2006 – Christina Maier 2006 – Danielle Palumbo 2007 – Sara Hutson 2007 – Christina Maier 2007 – Danielle Palumbo 2008 – Sarah Rante 2008 – Amanda Ritzler 2009 – Sarah Rante 2009 – Amanda Ritzler

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Association of Independent Institutions A.I.I. All-Conference 2010 – Maria Staton 2010 – Jennifer Baker 2010 – Erin Sutter Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference GLIAC Freshman of the Year 2012 – Alex Cribari All-GLIAC First Team 2012 – Alex Cribari Second Team 2012 – Kylee Crislip 2013 – Caitlin Jividen 2013 – Alex Cribari 2013 – Rachael Stanzel Honorable Mention 2011 – Jennifer Baker 2011 – Kylee Crislip 2012 – Erin Sutter 2012 – Rachael Stanzel 2013 – Taylor Thomas 2013 – Lizzy Weber GLIAC Player of the Week 2011 – Brooke McCartney 2012 – Rachael Stanzel 2013 – Caitlin Jividen 2013 – Rachael Stanzel GLIAC All-Academic Excellence 2011 – Jennifer Baker 2013 – Alex Cribari 2013 – Taylor Mason 2013 – Brooke McCartney 2013 – Kelsey Seeds 2013 – Rachael Stanzel 2013 – Alexis Swisher 2013 – Taylor Thomas GLIAC All-Academic 2011 – Caitlin Chaney 2011 – Brooke McCartney 2011 – Erin Sutter 2013 – Devan Audette 2013 – Caitlin Jividen 2013 – Brier Sanner

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1985 3/26 Otterbein 3/30 Mt. St. Joseph 4/2 Rio Grande 4/11 Muskingum 4/13 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/16 Sinclair C.C. 4/18 Bluffton 4/20 Defiance 4/23 Walsh 4/30 Wooster 5/1 Ohio Northern

H H A H A H H A H H H

Record: 6-12

GOAC: N/A

1986 3/18 Denison 3/25 Capital 3/31 Cedarville 4/1 Rio Grande 4/3 Findlay 4/5 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/7 Heidelberg 4/8 Mt. St. Joseph 4/10 Muskingum 4/15 Tiffin 4/17 Bluffton 4/18 Otterbein 4/19 Wilmington 4/22 Walsh 4/24 Urbana 4/29 Wooster

H DH A DH A DH H DH A DH H DH A DH H DH A DH H H DH A DH A DH A DH H DH A

Record: 7-18

GOAC: 0-6

1987 3/24 Capital 3/27 Defiance 3/28 Cedarville 3/31 Rio Grande 4/2 Sinclair C.C. 4/9 Heidelberg 4/10 Wheeling 4/11 Bluffton 4/14 Tiffin 4/16 Sinclair C.C. 4/21 Walsh 4/22 Urbana 4/28 Muskingum

H DH A DH H DH A DH A DH A DH H DH A DH A DH H DH H DH A DH H DH

Record: 15-13

GOAC: N/A

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1988

1990

3/22 Mt. St. Joseph A 13 6 3/22 Mt. St. Joseph A 5 4 3/26 Cedarville A 7 3 3/26 Cedarville A 9 0 3/29 Capital A 2 9 3/29 Capital A 3 0 3/30 Wheeling A 6 4 3/30 Wheeling A 8 3 4/4 Heidelberg H 11 1 4/4 Heidelberg H 4 7 Ohio Wesleyan 14 1 Ohio Wesleyan 14 3 4/12 Rio Grande A 8 0 4/12 Rio Grande A 14 1 4/15 Defiance H 4 3 4/15 Defiance H 2 0 4/16 Bluffton H 12 10 4/16 Bluffton H 12 6 4/19 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 5 0 4/19 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 5 4 4/23 Walsh A 3 5 4/23 Walsh A 3 7 4/26 Urbana H 2 0 4/26 Urbana H 11 0

3/9 Catawba A 2 4 3/9 Catawba A 10 0 3/10 Pfeiffer N 4 2 3/10 Wingate N 4 0 3/11 Gardner-Webb N 5 0 3/11 Elon N 2 0 3/12 St. Andrews A 9 2 3/12 St. Andrews A 7 0 3/20 Wheeling A 1 3 3/20 Wheeling A 4 2 3/22 Wilmington H 13 0 3/22 Wilmington H 11 1 3/24 Heidelberg H 9 3 3/24 Heidelberg H 10 0 3/29 Shawnee State H 1 10 3/30 Bluffton H 14 3 4/5 Cedarville A 1 2 4/5 Cedarville A 10 3 4/6 Capital A 2 3 4/6 Capital A 6 0 4/8 Mt. St. Joseph H 8 0 4/8 Mt. St. Joseph H 7 8 4/9 Muskingum A 0 1 4/9 Muskingum A 0 5 4/12 Rio Grande A 11 2 4/12 Rio Grande A 10 2 4/17 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 4 2 4/17 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 7 2 4/19 Urbana H 13 0 4/19 Urbana H 13 0 4/21 Tiffin A 1 0 4/21 Tiffin A 10 6 Findlay 12 0 Findlay 7 1 4/24 Walsh A 2 3 4/24 Walsh A 3 1 4/27 Charleston A 9 4 4/27 Charleston A 5 0 4/28 West Virginia State A 10 3 4/28 West Virginia State A 7 0 4/30 Otterbein A 6 2 4/30 Otterbein A 6 1

Record: 21-9

MOC: 6-2

1989 3/22 Wheeling H 7 4 3/22 Wheeling H 11 7 4/4 Shawnee State A 2 6 Rio Grande H 14 2 Rio Grande H 7 8 Findlay 14 4 Findlay 7 4 Bluffton 10 7 Bluffton 23 2 Tiffin 8 5 Tiffin 12 13 4/18 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 3 10 4/20 Capital H 1 4 4/20 Capital H 9 12 4/22 Walsh H 1 4 4/22 Walsh H 2 4 4/25 Urbana A 22 3 4/25 Urbana A 12 4 4/26 Heidelberg A 4 5 4/26 Heidelberg A 1 9 Record: 10-10

MOC: 5-4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1992

1991 3/4 Limestone 3/4 Limestone 3/5 Beloit 3/5 Beloit 3/7 Valdosta State 3/7 Limestone Troy State 3/21 Wilmington 3/21 Wilmington 3/22 Heidelberg 3/22 Heidelberg Capital Capital 3/26 Cedarville 3/26 Cedarville 4/2 Findlay 4/2 Findlay 4/6 Bluffton 4/6 Bluffton 4/7 Mt. St. Joseph 4/7 Mt. St. Joseph 4/11 Rio Grande 4/11 Rio Grande 4/16 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/16 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/18 Urbana 4/18 Urbana 4/20 Tiffin 4/20 Tiffin Northern Kentucky Northern Kentucky 4/22 Otterbein 4/22 Otterbein Walsh Walsh Lake Erie Tiffin Findlay Tiffin Tiffin Siena Heights Siena Heights Siena Heights Record: 30-11-2

N 6 5 N 9 7 N 2 4 N 14 0 N 0 3 N 5 4 N 1 10 H 11 0 H 4 1 H 6 5 H 6 0 H 4 6 H 7 7 H 2 1 H 11 1 H 6 3 H 7 0 A 14 9 A 3 4 A 7 5 A 4 3 H 10 0 H 3 0 A 4 2 A 3 4 A 21 3 A 17 5 H 5 6 H 5 5 A 7 1 A 4 5 H 13 0 H 7 1 H 2 1 H 6 1 A 4 1 A 0 6 A 8 2 A 5 0 A 2 0 H 4 5 H 6 5 H 0 4

3/6-3/14 Spring Break Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Ind.-Purdue Fort Wayne Ind.-Purdue Fort Wayne Eureka Ind.-Purdue Fort Wayne Trevecca Nazarene West Florida 3/17 Capital 3/17 Capital Cedarville Cedarville Thomas More Thomas More Mt. St. Joseph Mt. St. Joseph 4/7 Tiffin 4/7 Tiffin 4/9 Shawnee State 4/9 Shawnee State 4/10 Otterbein 4/10 Otterbein 4/11 Walsh 4/11 Walsh 4/12 Notre Dame 4/12 Notre Dame 4/14 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/14 Mt. Vernon Nazarene Record: 10-17-1

1993 N 1 8 N 1 3 N 8 5 N 2 5 N 8 7 N 2 3 N 3 7 N 1 17 A 5 4 A 2 3 A 6 1 A 2 3 A 9 1 A 13 1 H 3 2 H 13 1 A 0 2 A 2 H 2 7 H 0 6 A 6 5 A 5 5 A 7 8 A 2 8 H 7 0 H 3 10 H 1 6 H 4 9 MOC: 4-6

MOC: 9-2-1

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Eureka St. Ambrose St. Ambrose Olivet Nazarene Olivet Nazarene Columbia St. Francis (Ind.) Olivet Nazarene William Penn Winona State 3/25 Dayton 3/25 Dayton 3/27 Malone 3/27 Malone 3/30 Urbana 3/30 Urbana 4/1 Cedarville 4/1 Cedarville 4/6 Tiffin 4/6 Tiffin 4/8 Northern Kentucky 4/8 Northern Kentucky Findlay Findlay 4/13 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/13 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/17 Shawnee State 4/17 Shawnee State Malone Malone 4/25 Rio Grande 4/25 Rio Grande Capital Capital 4/28 Walsh 4/28 Walsh 4/30 Mt. St. Joseph 4/30 Mt. St. Joseph Notre Dame Notre Dame Findlay Tiffin

N 7 6 N 2 7 N 4 5 N 9 1 N 12 1 N 3 5 N 8 7 N 12 2 N 2 3 N 5 7 A 3 5 A 0 1 H 8 1 H 19 0 A 16 2 A 4 4 H 6 11 H 13 0 H 5 0 H 4 3 H 6 0 H 0 6 H 9 0 H 0 4 A 12 6 A 1 3 A 0 11 A 2 6 A 13 9 A 12 5 H 6 4 H 4 3 H 10 1 H 10 2 H 6 0 H 10 2 A 3 2 A 0 6 H 6 1 H 4 1 A 2 6 A 1 6

Record: 25-16-1

MOC: 14-5-1

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1994

1995

3/4-3/12 Spring Break Northeast Missouri N 1 5 Northeast Missouri N 3 10 Olivet Nazarene N 6 7 Olivet Nazarene N 11 10 Northeast Missouri N 10 7 MacMurray N 6 2 Wisconsin-Eau Clair N 10 1 Lindenwood N 2 7 William Penn N 5 8 Northwest Missouri N 3 8 3/20 Mt. St. Joseph H 6 5 3/20 Mt. St. Joseph H 9 1 3/22 Malone H 1 8 3/22 Malone H 6 11 3/24 Northern Kentucky A 2 1 3/24 Northern Kentucky A 2 8 3/26 Findlay A 0 4 3/26 Findlay A 12 11 3/29 Urbana H 14 13 3/29 Urbana H 7 3 3/27 Muskingum H 5 10 3/27 Muskingum H 3 4 3/31 Otterbein H 14 3 3/31 Otterbein H 11 3 4/9 Tiffin A 3 13 4/9 Tiffin A 1 9 4/14 Shawnee State H 8 9 4/14 Shawnee State H 3 14 Rio Grande A 0 9 Rio Grande A 6 7 4/19 Cedarville A 3 4 4/19 Cedarville A 21 13 4/21 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 2 12 4/21 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 0 17 4/23 Urbana A 7 0 4/23 Mt. St. Joseph A 9 8 4/23 Wittenberg A 3 6 4/24 Mt. St. Joseph A 0 13 4/26 Malone A 0 5 4/26 Malone A 6 3 4/28 Notre Dame A 6 4 4/28 Notre Dame A 4 9 Walsh H 3 6 Walsh H 3 0

3/3-3/12 Spring Break Lindenwood Lindenwood Wayne State (Neb.) William Jewell William Jewell Monmouth Columbia Austin Peay State Beloit 3/21 Capital 3/21 Capital 3/24 Huntington 3/24 Bethel (Ind.) 3/25 St. Francis (Ind.) 3/27 Mt. St. Joseph 3/27 Mt. St. Joseph 3/30 Northern Kentucky 3/30 Northern Kentucky 4/2 Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame 4/7 Lake Erie 4/8 Malone 4/8 Malone Walsh Walsh 4/10 Findlay 4/10 Findlay 4/13 Tiffin 4/13 Tiffin 4/18 Cedarville 4/18 Cedarville 4/20 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/20 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/22 Shawnee State 4/22 Shawnee State 4/25 Muskingum 4/25 Muskingum 4/27 Urbana 4/27 Urbana 4/29 Rio Grande 4/29 Rio Grande

Record: 23-25

MOC: 10-10

Record: 16-26

1996 N 3 5 N 1 11 N 1 6 N 5 6 N 3 4 N 1 12 N 1 11 N 2 4 N 2 9 A 2 12 A 2 1 A 7 3 A 0 18 A 5 6 A 7 4 A 10 7 H 8 2 H 8 2 H 8 0 H Win - Forfeit H Win - Forfeit A Win - Forfeit A 6 9 A 11 10 A 9 4 A 3 2 H 5 7 H 5 4 H 6 16 H 1 10 H 5 4 H 5 6 A 1 3 A 2 8 A 0 10 A 0 11 A 5 10 A 11 4 A 0 6 A 4 3 H 0 11 H 0 4 MOC: 6-12

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3/4 Brescia 3/4 Brescia 3/5 Winona State 3/5 Salem Teikyo 3/8 William Penn 3/8 Ind.-Purdue Fort Wayne 3/23 West Liberty State 3/23 West Liberty State 3/27 Otterbein 3/27 Otterbein 3/28 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 3/28 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 3/30 Tiffin 3/30 Tiffin 4/2 Malone 4/2 Malone Capital Capital 4/9 Shawnee State 4/9 Shawnee State 4/11 Muskingum 4/11 Muskingum 4/13 Findlay 4/13 Findlay 4/14 Mt. St. Joseph 4/14 Mt. St. Joseph 4/16 Cedarville 4/16 Cedarville 4/18 Walsh 4/18 Walsh Rio Grande Rio Grande Urbana 4/25 Urbana 4/25 Findlay Shawnee State Tiffin

N 1 4 N 2 3 N 5 6 N 7 5 N 6 9 N 2 4 H 0 2 H 8 1 H 8 3 H 9 1 H 3 1 H 8 9 A 3 10 A 3 4 H 7 2 H 9 1 H 7 3 H 5 4 H 1 10 H 2 11 H 6 7 H 3 14 A 4 3 A 9 0 H 1 6 H 4 5 A 7 1 A 8 9 H 9 1 H 11 3 A 4 1 A 5 4 H 3 12 H 3 5 N 6 5 N 0 13 N 0 4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1997

1998

3/9 St. Francis (Ill.) 3/10 William Woods 3/10 William Woods 3/11 Defiance Defiance 3/12 Mobile 3/12 Mobile 3/13 William Penn 3/13 Wilmington 3/13 St. Francis (Ill.) 3/14 Columbia 3/14 Bellarmine 3/20 Capital 3/20 Capital 3/22 Thomas More 3/22 Thomas More 3/24 Heidelberg 3/24 Heidelberg 3/25 Cedarville 3/25 Cedarville 3/26 Mt. St. Joseph 3/26 Mt. St. Joseph 3/29 Tiffin 3/29 Tiffin 4/1 Findlay 4/1 Findlay 4/2 Bethany 4/2 Bethany 4/3 Muskingum 4/3 Muskingum 4/8 Shawnee State 4/8 Shawnee State 4/10 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/10 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/15 Northern Kentucky 4/15 Northern Kentucky 4/18 Walsh 4/18 Walsh 4/19 Malone 4/19 Malone 4/22 Rio Grande 4/22 Rio Grande 4/25 Urbana 4/25 Urbana 4/29 Ohio Valley 4/29 Ohio Valley 5/1 Urbana 5/1 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 5/2 Urbana 5/2 Walsh 5/3 Shawnee State

N 2 10 N 2 5 N 3 5 N 13 0 N 7 5 A 1 7 A 0 9 N 3 4 N 7 1 N 4 13 N 3 6 N 0 3 A 3 4 A 1 5 H 25 0 H 7 0 H 6 4 H 3 4 H 8 7 H 7 0 A 4 10 A 4 1 H 3 1 H 7 0 H 10 9 H 8 4 H 2 1 H 0 7 A 2 3 A 3 7 A 2 10 A 0 7 A 14 18 A 6 1 A 2 3 A 1 0 A 4 5 A 2 3 A 8 3 A 3 4 H 4 3 H 3 10 A 3 8 A 6 3 H 8 0 H 15 0 N 2 4 N 4 3 N 8 5 N 4 3 A 4 11

Record: 26-27

MOC: 11-7

1999

3/9-3/13 Spring Break 3/9 Lindenwood 3/9 Lindenwood 3/10 Central Methodist 3/10 Emmanuel 3/11 St. Francis (Ind.) 3/11 St. Francis (Ind.) 3/12 William Woods 3/12 Spring Hill 3/12 St. Francis (Ill.) 3/13 Kalamazoo Valley 3/13 Mobile 3/17 Ashland 3/17 Ashland 3/22 Capital 3/22 Capital 3/24 Marietta 3/24 Marietta 3/26 Muskingum 3/26 Muskingum 3/27 Heidelberg 3/27 Heidelberg 3/31 Cedarville 3/31 Cedarville 4/1 Lindsey Wilson 4/1 Lindsey Wilson 4/4 Tiffin 4/4 Tiffin 4/6 Findlay 4/6 Findlay 4/7 Walsh 4/7 Walsh 4/11 Indiana Wesleyan 4/11 Indiana Wesleyan 4/13 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/13 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/15 Mt. St. Joseph 4/15 Mt. St. Joseph 4/17 Malone 4/17 Malone 4/19 Coll. of West Virginia 4/19 Coll. of West Virginia 4/20 Urbana 4/20 Urbana 4/22 Shawnee State 4/22 Shawnee state 4/23 Rio Grande 4/23 Rio Grande 4/25 Denison 4/25 Denison 4/27 Notre Dame 4/27 Notre Dame 5/1 Rio Grande 5/1 Walsh 5/2 Urbana

N 2 5 N 2 4 N 3 2 N 9 1 N 8 1 N 1 3 N 4 2 N 1 7 N 2 3 C.C. N 9 1 N 0 10 H 2 7 H 0 10 H 0 9 H 1 6 A 2 3 A 6 1 H 8 7 H 6 4 A 4 6 A 4 5 A 27 7 A 6 5 H 7 9 H 9 3 A 9 10 A 3 2 H 1 7 H 3 5 H 2 1 H 0 8 A 2 1 A 0 4 H 2 4 H 8 3 H 10 2 H 8 0 H 6 5 H 5 1 A Win - Forfeit A Win - Forfeit H 2 3 H 11 3 H 1 3 H 3 4 A 2 5 A 0 1 H Win - Forfeit H Win - Forfeit H 5 0 H 10 3 N 12 9 N 2 7 N 1 2

Record: 25-28

MOC: 7-9

3/7 Central Methodist N 2 3 3/7 Central Methodist N 5 2 3/8 William Jewell N 6 0 3/8 William Jewell N 13 0 3/9 Winona State N 5 2 3/9 Winona State N 4 5 (9) 3/10 St. Francis (Ill.) N 7 9 3/11 Central Methodist N 1 2 3/12 Eureka N 3 2 3/12 William Jewell N 4 6 3/17 Ashland 0 11 3/17 Ashland 2 6 3/19 Tri- State N 7 2 3/19 Indiana Wesleyan N 2 4 3/19 Goshen N 1 4 3/20 Trinity Christian N 4 0 3/20 Taylor N 5 4 3/23 Kenyon H 8 5 3/23 Kenyon H 7 3 3/25 Capital H 2 7 3/25 Capital H 2 1 3/27 Tiffin A 6 1 3/27 Tiffin A 6 1 3/28 Albion H 7 2 3/30 Shawnee State H 5 0 3/30 Shawnee State H 1 7 3/31 Marietta H 3 0 3/31 Marietta H 2 3 4/3 Cedarville A 11 8 4/3 Cedarville A 10 2 4/6 Malone H 2 4 4/6 Malone H 9 7 4/8 Notre Dame A 5 1 4/8 Notre Dame A 10 2 4/10 Walsh A 0 6 4/10 Walsh A 1 3 4/13 St. Vincent H 11 1 4/13 St. Vincent H 10 1 4/21 Geneva A 2 0 4/21 Geneva A 5 2 4/22 Findlay A 1 8 4/22 Findlay A 0 2 4/23 Urbana A 11 6 4/23 Urbana A 6 2 4/24 Rio Grande H 0 2 4/24 Rio Grande H 8 3 4/26 Otterbein H 13 1 4/26 Otterbein H 8 3 4/30 Coll. of West Virginia A 11 0 4/30 Coll. of West Virginia A 11 6 5/3 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 3 2 5/3 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 8 3 5/6 Geneva N 3 1 5/6 Shawnee State N 3 4 5/6 Urbana N 10 3 5/7 Geneva N 8 0 5/7 Walsh N 4 2 5/7 Shawnee State N 0 6 Record: 40-19

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2000 3/3-3/10 Spring Break 3/3 Athens State 3/3 Athens State 3/5 Ind.-Purdue Fort Wayne 3/5 Ind.-Purdue Fort Wayne 3/6 Mobile 3/6 Mobile 3/7 William Penn 3/7 Christian Brothers 3/8 Martin Luther 3/9 Martin Luther 3/9 Winonna 3/10 Ind.-Purdue Fort Wayne 3/10 Delta State 3/15 Ashland 3/15 Ashland 3/17 Siena Heights 3/17 Indiana Wesleyan 3/18 Trinity Christian 3/18 Concordia 3/22 Capital 3/22 Capital 3/23 Muskingum 3/23 Muskingum 3/25 Findlay 3/25 Findlay 3/28 Notre Dame 3/28 Notre Dame 3/30 Shawnee State 3/30 Shawnee State 3/31 Cedarville 3/31 Cedarville 4/5 Walsh 4/5 Walsh 4/10 Seton Hill 4/10 Seton Hill 4/12 Rio Grande 4/12 Rio Grande 4/13 St. Vincent 4/13 St. Vincent 4/14 Otterbein 4/14 Otterbein 4/15 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/15 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/25 Tiffin 4/25 Tiffin 4/26 Malone 4/26 Malone 4/28 Urbana 4/28 Urbana 4/29 Taylor 4/29 Taylor 4/30 Point Park 4/30 Point Park 5/1 Geneva 5/4 Coll. of West Virginia 5/4 Tiffin 5/5 Walsh 5/5 Cedarville 5/5 Walsh Record: 38-21 30

A 3 5 A 0 3 N 3 2 (8) N 8 1 (5) N 1 3 N 2 1 N 7 0 (6) N 4 3 (6) N 14 0 (5) N 3 0 N 7 6 N 6 9 N 1 9 (6) H 1 11 (6) H 1 0 N 1 2 (8) N 1 3 N 10 2 N 10 1 (5) A 2 3 A 0 1 A 0 7 A 3 6 H 6 3 H 0 2 H 10 2 (5) H 8 0 (5) H 10 2 (6) H 8 0 (5) A 2 0 A 9 0 (5) A 2 4 A 2 6 H 5 1 H 18 3 (5) H 13 7 H 7 0 H 4 1 H 3 0 A 8 0 (6) A 3 2 H 7 0 H 1 2 (8) A 2 4 A 10 4 (8) A 1 0 (8) A 6 5 (9) A 5 4 (9) A 12 2 H 4 3 H 3 6 (8) A 8 1 A 5 1 A 1 8 N 7 3 N 4 3 (8) A 0 6 N 2 1 A 1 5 AMC: 20-5

2001

2002

3/4-3/10 Spring Break 3/4 William Penn N 5 3 3/4 William Penn N 1 3 3/5 Ind.-Purdue Fort Wayne N 11 2 (6) 3/6 Mobile N 4 3 (14) 3/6 Mobile N 0 9 (5) 3/8 Indiana Tech N 6 3 3/8 Mobile N 6 1 3/9 Christian Brothers N 5 4 (8) 3/10 West Florida N 0 2 3/10 William Penn N 0 1 (8) 3/15 Capital H 4 3 3/15 Capital H 4 3 3/20 Urbana H 4 2 3/20 Urbana H 7 4 3/22 Ashland A 1 3 3/22 Ashland A 1 7 3/24 Shawnee State A 5 4 3/24 Shawnee State A 2 1 3/27 Malone H 6 2 3/27 Malone H 2 0 3/29 Findlay A 1 5 3/29 Findlay A 0 11 3/31 Denison H 7 6 3/31 Denison H 6 5 4/3 Mt. St. Joseph A 2 5 (8) 4/3 Mt. St. Joseph A 4 1 4/8 Notre Dame A 5 1 4/8 Notre Dame A 3 0 4/16 Geneva H 6 7 4/16 Geneva H 7 2 4/17 Tiffin A 1 5 (9) 4/17 Tiffin A 3 0 4/18 Rio Grande A 3 1 4/18 Rio Grande A 11 0 (6) 4/21 Walsh H 6 5 (8) 4/21 Walsh H 4 6 4/23 Cedarville H 1 0 (10) 4/23 Cedarville H 7 1 4/25 Otterbein H 8 2 4/25 Otterbein H 3 4 4/27 Seton Hill A 3 1 (9) 4/27 Seton Hill A 12 3 (5) 4/28 St. Vincent A 4 1 4/28 St. Vincent A 13 2 (5) 5/1 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 3 4 5/1 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 3 2 5/5 Coll. of West Virginia H 4 2 5/5 Coll. of West Virginia H 5 1 5/10 Urbana 8 5 (9) 5/11 Shawnee State 3 4 (8) 5/11 Geneva 3 5

3/2 Northern Kentucky A 2 7 3/2 Northern Kentucky A 0 8 (5) 3/8 Athens State A 3 0 3/8 Athens State A 6 7 3/10 Viterbo N 6 4 3/10 North Dakota State N 1 2 3/11 Brevard N 2 1 3/11 Eureka N 22 2 (5) 3/12 Morningside N 1 2 3/12 Morningside N 1 6 3/13 Mobile A 3 1 3/13 Mobile A 0 8 (5) 3/14 Bellevue N 5 6 (9) 3/14 Blackburn N 1 2 3/14 Indiana Tech N 1 0 3/15 Martin Methodist N 9 5 3/15 Georgia Southwestern St. N 3 8 3/23 Urbana A 7 4 (9) 3/23 Urbana A 0 1 (8) 3/28 Kenyon H 3 4 (8) 3/28 Kenyon H 9 2 3/30 Capital A 9 2 3/30 Capital A 4 7 4/1 Walsh A 9 0 (5) 4/1 Walsh A 6 1 4/2 Notre Dame H 12 3 (5) 4/2 Notre Dame H 17 4 (5) 4/5 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 14 1 (5) 4/5 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 7 2 4/9 Malone H 4 2 4/9 Malone H 14 3 (5) 4/12 Taylor A 12 0 4/12 Taylor A 5 0 (5) 4/13 St. Xavier N 0 3 4/13 St. Xavier N 0 1 4/16 Geneva H 5 4 4/16 Geneva H 5 0 4/17 Wheeling Jesuit H 2 0 4/17 Wheeling Jesuit H 1 2 4/20 St. Vincent A 8 0 (6) 4/20 St. Vincent A 6 0 4/23 Shawnee State H 12 0 (5) 4/23 Shawnee State H 9 2 4/25 Tiffin H 2 4 4/25 Tiffin H 6 5 4/27 Point Park A 14 2 (6) 4/27 Point Park A 9 1 (5) 4/28 Ashland H 3 1 4/28 Ashland H 3 4 4/30 Rio Grande H 3 0 4/30 Rio Grande H 7 3 5/1 Cedarville H 2 0 5/1 Cedarville H 3 4 5/3 Carlow A 3 1 5/3 Carlow A 6 1 5/4 Seton Hill A 4 1 5/4 Seton Hill A 6 4 (12) 5/9 Cedarville N 4 0 5/10 Tiffin H 2 1 5/10 Tiffin H 1 0 5/17 Northwestern N 0 2 5/17 Athens State N 4 0 5/18 Northwestern N 3 1 5/18 Oklahoma Christian N 0 1

Record: 35-17

AMC: 20-4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2003

2004

3/7 Cumberland 3/7 William Jewell 3/8 Athens 3/8 Columbia 3/9 Spring Hill 3/11 Spring Hill 3/11 Spring Hill 3/12 Mobile 3/12 Mobile 3/13 Brevard 3/13 Belhaven 3/14 William Carey 3/14 Lee 3/14 Morningside 3/15 Missouri Baptist 3/15 Olivet Nazarene 3/15 Lee 3/18 Malone 3/18 Malone 3/28 Seton Hill 3/28 Seton Hill 3/29 Geneva 3/29 Geneva 3/31 Walsh 3/31 Walsh 4/1 Rio Grande 4/1 Rio Grande 4/5 Oklahoma Baptist 4/5 McKendree 4/11 Wilmington 4/11 Wilmington 4/12 Cedarville 4/12 Cedarville 4/13 Urbana 4/13 Urbana 4/15 Rio Grande 4/15 Rio Grande 4/19 Shawnee State 4/19 Shawnee State 4/21 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/21 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/22 Urbana 4/22 Urbana 4/24 Findlay 4/24 Findlay 4/26 Kalamazoo Valley C.C. 4/26 Kalamazoo Valley C.C. 4/29 Shawnee State 4/29 Shawnee State 5/1 Cedarville 5/1 Cedarville 5/2 Malone 5/2 Malone 5/8 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 5/8 Walsh 5/9 Tiffin 5/9 Walsh

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

Record: 37-20

AMC: 13-3

2005

3/9 Capital 3/9 Capital 3/12 Brescia 3/12 Union 3/13 Athens 3/13 Brescia 3/16 Mobile 3/16 Mobile 3/17 Spring Hill 3/17 Spring Hill 3/18 Huntington 3/18 Grand View 3/18 Belhaven 3/19 MacMurray 3/19 Central 3/24 Northern Kentucky 3/24 Northern Kentucky 3/28 Seton Hill 3/28 Seton Hill 4/3 St. Xavier 4/3 St. Francis (Ill.) 4/4 Benedictine 4/4 Spalding 4/6 Ashland 4/6 Ashland 4/7 Cedarville 4/7 Cedarville 4/10 Rio Grande 4/10 Rio Grande 4/15 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/15 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/16 Geneva 4/16 Geneva 4/18 Walsh 4/18 Walsh 4/19 Tiffin 4/19 Tiffin 4/24 Urbana 4/24 Urbana 4/26 Malone 4/26 Malone 5/1 St. Vincent 5/1 St. Vincent 5/3 Shawnee State 5/3 Shawnee State 5/6 Notre Dame 5/6 Notre Dame 5/13 Rio Grande 5/13 Walsh 5/14 Tiffin

A 2 0 A 7 0 N 3 2 A 3 4 N 1 7 N 0 2 A 0 8 (5) A 1 2 A 2 3 (8) A 1 2 (8) N 5 4 N 1 3 N 0 2 N 0 3 N 2 3 (8) H 1 4 H 0 3 H 12 2 (5) H 8 0 (5) N 2 1 N 5 0 N 3 0 N 3 0 A 2 3 H 4 3 H 2 0 H 13 1 (5) A 4 5 A 4 2 H 4 2 H 4 1 A 8 6 A 7 3 (8) A 2 5 A 5 0 A 6 7 A 6 0 H 5 1 H 1 0 A 10 3 A 6 0 A 5 2 A 6 7 A 1 0 A 4 0 H 7 0 H 4 0 N 0 2 N 5 4 N 1 2 (10)

Record: 30-20

AMC: 12-2

3/5 Georgetown 4 1 (8) 3/5 Georgetown 3 0 3/11-3/19 Spring Break 3/11 Union A 5 0 3/11 Union A 1 8 3/12 Freed-Hardeman A 1 0 (8) 3/12 Freed-Hardeman A 0 4 3/14 Mobile A 3 7 3/14 Mobile A 0 5 3/15 Grand View N 1 7 3/16 Southern Virginia N 9 0 (6) 3/16 Southern Virginia N 10 2 (5) 3/17 Illinois-Springfield N 11 1 (6) 3/17 Belhaven N 0 1 (8) 3/18 Missouri Baptist N 3 0 3/19 Illinois-Springfield N 6 8 (8) 3/19 Grand View N 2 0 3/22 Walsh H 8 0 (5) 3/22 Walsh H 8 3 3/29 Geneva H 3 2 3/29 Geneva H 5 1 4/2 Williams Baptist N 4 0 4/2 Columbia N 3 2 4/2 McKendree N 4 2 4/3 St. Francis (Ill.) N 3 4 4/3 Harris-Stowe State N 6 2 4/5 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 5 0 (9) 4/5 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 5 1 4/9 Shawnee State H 8 1 4/9 Shawnee State H 6 1 4/11 Malone H 7 2 4/11 Malone H 7 2 4/13 Rio Grande H 6 0 4/13 Rio Grande H 8 0 (5) 4/15 St. Vincent H 7 0 4/15 St. Vincent H 8 0 (5) 4/16 Indiana Wesleyan H 6 1 4/16 Indiana Wesleyan H 1 4 (8) 4/17 Notre Dame A 10 1 (5) 4/17 Notre Dame A 12 0 (5) 4/19 Northern Kentucky A 1 2 (9) 4/19 Northern Kentucky A 4 12 (6) 4/20 Cumberland H 8 5 4/20 Cumberland H 4 3 4/25 Hillsdale H 3 1 4/25 Hillsdale H 4 0 4/27 Cedarville A 8 0 4/27 Cedarville A 7 3 4/30 Urbana A 4 0 4/30 Urbana A 8 0 (5) 5/5 Tiffin H 5 4 5/5 Tiffin H 4 3 5/11 Cedarville H 4 2 5/11 Ursuline H 9 1 (5) 5/12 Notre Dame H 3 1 5/13 Tiffin H 8 0 (5) 5/20 Sci. & Arts of Okla. N 0 2 (8) 5/20 Union N 2 5 5/21 Sioux Falls N 7 1 5/21 Houston Baptist N 4 6 Record: 45-14

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2006 2/25 Bellarmine 2/25 Bellarmine 3/7 Ohio Wesleyan 3/7 Ohio Wesleyan 3/10-3/16 Spring Break 3/10 Faulkner 3/10 Oklahoma City 3/10 Brevard 3/11 Columbia 3/11 Thomas 3/11 Brescia 3/13 St. Francis (Ind.) 3/13 Missouri Valley 3/14 Fisher 3/14 Missouri Valley 3/15 Iowa Wesleyan 3/15 Central Methodist 3/16 Central Methodist 3/16 SCAD 3/17 Lee 3/17 Lee 3/23 Malone 3/23 Malone 3/25 Indiana Wesleyan 3/25 Indiana Wesleyan 3/26 Madonna 3/26 Madonna 4/1 Williams Baptist 4/1 Illinois-Springfield 4/1 McKendree 4/5 Tiffin 4/5 Tiffin 4/7 Bethel (Ind.) 4/7 Olivet Nazarene 4/8 McKendree 4/8 Olivet Nazarene 4/11 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/11 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/13 Seton Hill 4/13 Seton Hill 4/15 Walsh 4/15 Walsh 4/17 Geneva 4/17 Geneva 4/18 Ashland 4/18 Ashland 4/20 Rio Grande 4/20 Rio Grande 4/22 Urbana 4/22 Urbana 4/23 Shawnee State 4/23 Shawnee State 4/25 Cedarville 4/25 Cedarville 4/28 St. Vincent 4/28 St. Vincent 5/4 Notre Dame 5/4 Notre Dame 5/10 Mountain State 5/11 Tiffin 5/13 Rio Grande 5/13 Tiffin

A 5 1 A 10 2 (5) H 6 3 H 9 1 (5)

Record: 41-20

AMC: 11-3

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N 1 8 N 1 2 N 2 3 N 2 0 N 8 0 (6) N 4 3 (9) N 5 0 N 13 7 N 24 0 (5) N 13 4 (5) N 2 0 N 9 0 (6) N 6 1 N 1 4 A 1 2 (8) A 2 3 A 6 7 A 1 0 A 3 2 A 9 7 H 0 4 H 10 4 N 13 3 N 6 1 N 1 7 H 4 5 H 2 3 N 3 1 N 5 6 N 10 0 (5) N 1 0 H 8 1 H 4 3 H 10 2 (6) H 14 2 (5) A 0 2 A 7 5 A 2 1 A 13 6 H 1 7 H 5 7 A 2 1 A 2 4 H 5 0 H 5 3 H 2 0 H 8 0 (5) H 10 2 (6) H 4 1 A 7 0 A 8 0 A 1 2 A 1 7 (6) N 12 0 (5) N 2 1 (11) N 0 11 (5) N 1 7

2008

2/24 Spalding

A 14 1 (6)

3/9-3/17 Spring Break 3/9 Trevecca Nazarene 3/9 Trevecca Nazarene 3/11 Arkansas-Monticello 3/11 Central Methodist 3/12 Spring Hill 3/12 Spring Hill 3/13 Shorter 3/13 Shorter 3/14 William Woods 3/14 William Woods 3/15 Mobile 3/15 Mobile 3/16 Belhaven 3/16 Belhaven 3/17 West Florida 3/17 West Florida 3/27 Walsh 3/27 Walsh 3/29 Cedarville 3/29 Cedarville 3/31 Missouri Baptist 3/31 Spalding 3/31 McKendree 4/1 St. Francis (Ill.) 4/1 Robert Morris 4/3 Rio Grande 4/3 Rio Grande 4/10 Indiana Wesleyan 4/10 Indiana Wesleyan 4/13 Malone 4/13 Malone 4/17 Notre Dame 4/17 Notre Dame 4/19 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/19 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 4/20 Urbana 4/20 Urbana 4/22 Tiffin 4/22 Tiffin 4/28 Shawnee State 4/28 Shawnee State 5/1 Capital 5/1 Capital 5/3 Walsh 5/3 Walsh 5/9 Geneva 5/10 Rio Grande 5/10 Notre Dame

A 2 13 (5) A 8 11 N 3 11 (5) N 1 7 A 1 2 (10) A 2 6 N 4 7 N 1 2 (8) N 0 1 N 5 6 A 0 11 (5) A 1 6 N 1 6 N 6 0 N 1 5 N 0 6 H 8 6 H 8 7 A 7 4 A 6 0 N 5 1 N 8 0 (5) N 3 6 (6) N 4 5 N 8 5 H 7 6 H 4 2 H 0 7 H 9 0 (5) H 4 1 H 8 0 (5) H 1 8 H 3 0 A 4 5 A 10 0 (6) A 5 6 A 0 6 A 1 10 (5) A 0 3 A 4 7 A 2 1 H 6 3 H 1 2 (10) H 10 2 (5) H 5 0 N 1 2 N 4 2 N 5 6

Record: 21-28

AMC: 10-4

2/29 Shorter 0 11 (5) 2/29 Shorter 7 3 3/1 Reinhardt N 2 9 3/1 Union N 6 0 3/14-3/20 Spring Break 3/14 Mobile N 0 8 3/15 Faulkner N 11 12 (9) 3/15 St. Gregory N 0 8 (6) 3/15 Houston-Victoria N 0 10 (5) 3/16 Oklahoma Baptist N 8 12 (8) 3/18 Olivet Nazarene N 2 4 3/18 Olivet Nazarene N 0 7 3/19 Drury N 10 12 3/19 Drury N 5 3 (8) 3/20 William Jewell N 6 9 3/20 William Jewell N 8 2 3/24 Muskingum H 4 3 3/24 Muskingum H 1 5 3/26 Northern Kentucky H 0 8 (5) 3/26 Northern Kentucky H 3 11 3/29 Shawnee State H 9 5 3/29 Shawnee State H 7 6 4/4 Bethel (Ind.) N 3 2 4/4 Wisconsin-Oshkosh N 0 2 4/5 Olivet Nazarene N 5 6 4/7 Grand View N 5 6 4/8 Cedarville H 2 1 (8) 4/8 Cedarville H 4 1 4/12 Rio Grande A 1 4 4/12 Rio Grande A 2 6 4/15 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 3 2 4/15 Mt. Vernon Nazarene H 5 4 4/17 Cedarville A 7 0 4/17 Cedarville A 4 1 4/20 Urbana H 2 9 4/20 Urbana H 1 11 (6) 4/22 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 6 5 (10) 4/22 Mt. Vernon Nazarene A 5 4 4/25 Rio Grande H 3 4 4/25 Rio Grande H 9 1 (6) 4/26 Walsh A 2 1 4/26 Walsh A 6 8 4/27 Tiffin H 6 11 4/27 Tiffin H 1 2 4/29 Urbana A 6 5 4/29 Urbana A 7 0 5/1 Notre Dame A 2 3 5/1 Notre Dame A 0 3 5/3 Shawnee State A 3 2 (10) 5/3 Shawnee State A 1 9 (6) 5/7 Mt. Vernon Nazarene N 3 2 5/7 Walsh A 1 2 5/8 Rio Grande A 0 4 Record: 22-30

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2010

3/7 Tennessee Wesleyan A 1 5 3/7 Tennessee Wesleyan A 11 3 (5) 3/8 Campbellsville A 5 12 3/8 Campbellsville A 0 9 (5) 3/10 Muskingum A 4 5 3/10 Muskingum A 4 5 (6) 3/13 Mobile N 2 7 3/13 St. Thomas N 1 3 3/14 Auburn-Montgomery N 4 8 3/14 William Woods N 3 7 3/15 Louisiana St.-Alexandria N 2 9 3/17 William Jewell N 7 12 3/17 Minnesota-Crookston N 9 1 (5) 3/18 William Jewell N 4 1 3/18 William Jewell N 9 1 (6) 3/19 Mid-America Christian N 11 3 (5) 3/19 Mid-America Christian N 9 1 3/20 Valley City State N 13 8 3/20 Valley City State N 0 7 3/21 Southwest Baptist N 2 4 3/21 Southwest Baptist N 7 11 3/28 Urbana N 8 4 3/28 Urbana N 1 5 4/1 Mt. Vernon Nazarene N 1 0 (8) 4/1 Mt. Vernon Nazarene N 13 3 (6) 4/3 Indiana-Southeast N 3 1 4/3 Mid-Continent N 3 0 4/4 Olivet Nazarene N 5 0 4/4 Olivet Nazarene N 3 7 4/6 Carlow N 10 1 (5) 4/6 Carlow N 12 4 (5) 4/8 Walsh N 6 5 (9) 4/8 Walsh N 7 10 4/11 Malone A 6 0 (8) 4/11 Malone A 4 3 (8) 4/16 Point Park N 3 2 4/16 Point Park N 4 2 4/18 Notre Dame A 4 8 4/18 Notre Dame A 0 6 4/19 Ursuline A 15 1 (5) 4/19 Ursuline A 10 0 (5) 4/22 Cedarville N 11 0 (5) 4/22 Cedarville N 6 2 4/25 Shawnee State N 2 4 4/25 Shawnee State N 6 0 4/26 Rio Grande A 2 4 4/26 Rio Grande A 15 2 4/29 Rio Grande A 2 1 (10) 4/30 Notre Dame A 2 11 (5) 4/30 Mt. Vernon Nazarene N 1 3 (8)

2/26 Bethel (Ind.) 2/26 Tennessee Wesleyan 2/27 Montreat 2/27 Thomas 3/6 Harris-Stowe State 3/6 Harris-Stowe State 3/7 West Florida 3/7 Harris-Stowe State 3/9 Shawnee State 3/9 Shawnee State 3/10 Rockhurst 3/10 Rockhurst 3/12 Mobile 3/12 Freed-Hardeman 3/13 Faulkner 3/13 Houston-Victoria 3/13 Oklahoma Christian 3/17 Lake Erie 3/17 Lake Erie 3/20 Ashland 3/20 Ashland 3/21 Madonna 3/21 Madonna 3/23 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 3/23 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 3/27 Tiffin 3/27 Tiffin 3/30 Walsh 3/30 Walsh 4/1 Cedarville 4/1 Cedarville 4/6 Muskingum 4/6 Muskingum 4/9 Judson 4/9 Bethel 4/10 Calumet 4/10 Calumet 4/13 Shawnee State 4/13 Shawnee State 4/15 Tiffin 4/15 Tiffin 4/17 Urbana 4/17 Urbana 4/18 Point Park 4/18 Point Park 4/22 Notre Dame 4/22 Notre Dame 4/24 Urbana 4/24 Urbana 4/28 Northern Kentucky 4/28 Northern Kentucky 5/6 British Columbia 5/6 Cal. St.-San Marcos 5/7 Louisiana St.-Alexandria

Record: 27-23

AMC: 15-5

2011 N 3 15 (5) N 0 1 N 3 10 N 10 3 (6) N 6 2 N 4 7 (8) N 1 6 (8) N 1 3 (8) N 6 5 N 0 3 N 3 4 N 6 5 N 1 4 N 4 3 N 1 2 N 0 4 N 4 6 A 7 3 A 7 5 H 0 10 (6) H 1 0 H 4 3 H 5 0 H 4 1 H 11 8 H 2 3 H 3 2 A 5 6 A 3 2 A 11 4 A 10 0 (5) H 5 13 (5) H 7 0 N 8 9 A 4 5 N 5 4 N 8 0 (5) A 6 3 A 5 1 A 3 4 A 0 6 A 5 6 A 6 3 A 6 3 A 3 1 H 5 4 A 1 0 H 4 3 H 6 5 (9) A 3 10 A 1 2 (8) N 10 3 N 0 4 N 2 5

2/18 Maryville 2/18 Truman State 2/19 Southern Indiana 2/19 West Alabama 2/20 Quincy 2/20 Indianapolis 3/4 Barry 3/18 Walsh 3/18 Walsh 3/25 Grand Valley State 3/25 Grand Valley State 3/26 Ferris State 3/26 Ferris State 3/27 Hillsdale 3/27 Hillsdale 4/2 Wayne State 4/2 Wayne State 4/7 Tiffin 4/7 Tiffin 4/9 Ashland 4/9 Ashland 4/10 Ashland 4/10 Ashland 4/15 Lake Superior State 4/15 Lake Superior State 4/16 Northwood 4/16 Northwood 4/17 Saginaw Valley State 4/17 Saginaw Valley State 4/20 Tiffin 4/20 Tiffin 4/23 Lake Erie 4/23 Lake Erie 4/29 Findlay 4/29 Findlay 4/30 Findlay 4/30 Findlay 5/1 Lake Erie 5/1 Lake Erie

N 16 8 (6) N 3 6 N 0 8 (5) N 9 12 (8) N 2 5 N 1 15 (5) N 1 3 (8) H 2 3 H 8 0 (5) H 7 12 H 6 7 H 3 4 H 12 5 H 5 6 H 3 4 H 5 9 H 0 6 A 2 7 A 0 7 H 1 4 H 0 4 H 0 14 (5) H 1 2 A 8 9 (8) A 8 18 (5) A 0 8 (5) A 11 14 A 0 9 (5) A 3 0 A 3 4 A 3 1 A 6 4 A 3 1 A 3 7 A 4 13 (6) A 7 1 A 6 9 A 8 5 A 6 5

Record: 14-36

GLIAC: 9-23

Record: 29-25

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2013

2/17 Delta State 2/17 North Georgia 2/18 Lander 2/18 West Georgia 2/19 Truman 2/19 North Alabama 2/26 Bellarmine 2/26 Bellarmine 3/12 St. Edwards 3/12 St. Edwards 3/13 Texas A&M Kingsville 3/13 Texas A&M Kingsville 3/14 Incarnate Word 3/14 Incarnate Word 3/15 Houston-Victoria 3/15 Houston-Victoria 3/21 Notre Dame (OH) 3/21 Notre Dame (OH) 3/23 Lake Superior 3/23 Lake Superior 3/24 Northwood 3/24 Northwood 3/25 Saginaw Valley 3/25 Saginaw Valley 3/28 Northern Ky. 3/28 Northern Ky. 3/29 Indianapolis 3/29 Indianapolis 3/31 Wayne State 3/31 Wayne State 4/1 Wayne State 4/1 Wayne State 4/4 Tiffin 4/4 Tiffin 4/5 Ashland 4/5 Ashland 4/7 Ashland 4/7 Ashland 4/10 Lake Erie 4/10 Lake Erie 4/13 Grand Valley 4/13 Grand Valley 4/14 Ferris State 4/14 Ferris State 4/15 Hillsdale 4/15 Hillsdale 4/18 Tiffin 4/18 Tiffin 4/20 Findlay 4/20 Findlay 4/21 Findlay 4/21 Findlay 4/24 Lake Erie 4/24 Lake Erie 4/27 Ferris State 4/27 Northwood

N 5 1 N 0 4 N 4 3 N 4 13 (6) N Cancelled A Cancelled N 4 3 (8) N 2 4 A 1 2 A 0 2 A 1 9 (6) A 1 2 A 2 8 A 3 4 A 1 0 A 3 5 H 5 2 H 6 3 H 3 0 H 6 0 H 5 4 H 6 0 H 6 0 H 10 6 A 5 6 (8) A 2 4 H 1 3 H 1 8 A 0 6 A 4 22 (5) A 3 9 A 14 13 H 5 2 H 2 3 A 4 2 A 4 3 (8) A 2 5 A 1 4 H 9 1 (6) H 5 2 A 2 4 A 3 4 (8) A 0 7 A 8 6 A 9 2 A 2 3 A 0 1 (8) A 2 3 H 2 0 H 3 0 H 5 4 H 9 4 H 4 3 H 10 0 (5) N 2 6 N 3 5

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2/15 Lander 2/15 Truman State 2/16 Franklin Pierce 2/16 Delta State 2/17 Kentucky Wesleyan 2/17 North Alabama 2/23 Kentucky Wesleyan 2/23 Southern Indiana 2/24 Kentucky Wesleyan 2/24 Southern Indiana 3/1 Anderson (S.C.) 3/1 Columbus State 3/2 Augusta State 3/2 Tusculum 3/3 USC Aiken 3/3 Catawba 3/6 Armstrong 3/6 Armstrong 3/7 Columbus State 3/7 Columbus State 3/8 Georgia College 3/8 Georgia College 3/15 Concordia (Mich.) 3/15 Concordia (Mich.) 3/16 Madonna 3/20 Notre Dame (Ohio) 3/20 Notre Dame (Ohio) 3/22 Northwood 3/22 Northwood 3/23 Lake Superior 3/23 Lake Superior 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/28 3/30 3/30

N 6 7 N 6 7 N 0 3 N 6 12 N 11 1 N 1 6 N Cancelled A 3 7 N 4 1 A 0 1 N 2 3 N 0 6 N Cancelled N Cancelled N 0 3 N 3 4 A 7 12 A 0 2 A 0 8 (5) A 0 1 A 1 5 A 1 4 H 18 17 H 8 8 (6) H 3 0 A Postponed A Postponed

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RECORD BOOK (Includes games from 1988 to present) - Updated 5/6/13 School W L T Streak First Meeting Albion (Mich.) 1 0 W 1 3/28/99 (H) Arkansas-Monticello 0 1 L 1 3/11/07 (N) Armstrong (Ga.) 0 2 L 2 3/6/13 (A) Ashland 6 20 L 4 Athens State (Ala.) 3 4 L 1 3/3/00 (A) Auburn-Montgomery (Ala.) 0 1 L 1 3/14/09 (N) Austin Peay State (Tenn.) 0 1 L 1 1995 (N) Barry (Fla.) 0 1 L 1 3/4/11 (N) Belhaven (Miss.) 2 3 W 1 3/13/03 (N) Bellarmine (Ky.) 3 2 L 1 3/14/97 (N) Bellevue (Neb.) 0 1 L 1 3/14/02 (N) Beloit (Wis.) 1 2 L 1 3/5/91 (N) Benedictine (Ill.) 1 0 W 1 4/4/04 (N) Bethany (W. Va.) 1 1 L 1 4/2/97 (H) Bethel (Ind.) 2 3 L 2 3/24/95 (A) Blackburn (Ill.) 0 1 L 1 3/14/02 (N) Bluffton 6 1 L 1 Brescia (Ky.) 2 3 W 1 3/4/96 (N) Brevard (N.C.) 2 1 L 1 3/11/02 (N) British Columbia (B.C.) 1 0 W 1 5/6/10 (N) Cal. State-San Marcos 0 1 L 1 5/6/10 (N) Calumet (Ind.) 2 0 W 2 4/10/10 (N) Campbellsville (Ky.) 0 2 L 2 3/8/09 (A) Capital 15 16 1 L 1 Carlow (Pa.) 4 0 W 4 5/3/02 (A) Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 0 2 L 2 March 1992 (N) Catawba (N.C.) 1 2 L 2 3/9/90 (A) Cedarville 44 7 W 22 Central (Iowa) 0 1 L 1 3/19/04 (N) Central Methodist (Mo.) 4 3 L 1 3/10/98 (N) Columbia (Mo.) 2 4 W 2 March 1993 (N) Columbus State (Ga.) 0 3 L 3 3/1/13 (N) Concordia (Mich.) 2 0 1 T 1 3/18/00 (N) Christian Brothers (Tenn.) 2 0 W 2 3/7/00 (N) Cumberland (Tenn.) 3 0 W 3 3/07/03 (N) Dayton 0 2 L 2 3/25/93 (A) Defiance 4 0 W 4 Delta State (Miss.) 1 2 L 1 3/10/00 (N) Denison 4 0 W 4 Drury (Mo.) 1 1 W 1 3/19/08 (N) Elon (N.C.) 1 0 W 2 3/11/90 (N) Emmanuel (Mass.) 1 0 W 1 3/10/98 (N) Eureka (Ill.) 4 0 W 4 March 1992 (N) Faulkner (Ala.) 0 3 L 3 3/10/06 (N) Ferris State (Mich.) 2 5 L 3 3/26/11 (H) Findlay 25 14 W 6 Fisher (Mass.) 1 0 W 1 3/14/06 (N)

Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) Franklin Pierce Gardner-Webb (N.C.) Geneva (Pa.) Georgia College Georgetown (Ky.) Georgia Southwestern St. Goshen (Ind.) Grand Valley State (Mich.) Grand View (Iowa) Harris-Stowe State (Mo.) Heidelberg Hillsdale (Mich.) Houston Baptist (Tx.) Houston-Victoria (Tx.) Huntington (Ind.) Illinois-Springfield Incarnate Word Ind. Purdue - Ft. Wayne Indiana Tech Indiana-Southeast Indiana Wesleyan Indianapolis (Ind.) Iowa Wesleyan Judson (Ill.) Kalamazoo Valley C.C. (Mich.) Kenyon Kentucky Wesleyan Lake Erie Lake Superior State (Mich.) Lander (S.C.) Lee (Tenn.) Limestone (S.C.) Lindenwood (Mo.) Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Lousiana State-Alexandria MacMurray (Ill.) Madonna (Mich.) Malone Marietta Martin Luther Martin Methodist (Tenn.) Maryville (Mo.) McKendree (Ill.) Mid-America Christian (Okla.) Mid-Continent (Ky.) Minnesota-Crookston Missouri Baptist Missouri Valley Mobile (Ala.)

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1 1 0 6 2 0 1 1 6 3 2 6 3 1 3 0 1 2 4 0 0 5 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 3 0 5 1 2 1 1 9 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 17

W 1 L 1 W 1 L 1 L 2 W 2 L 1 L 1 L 6 L 1 L 2 L 3 L 1 L 1 L 1 W 2 W 1 L 2 W 1 W2 W 1 W 1 L 3 W1 L 1 W3 W 1 W 2 W 14 W 4 L 1 L 3 W 3 L 5 W 1 L 2 L 1 W 4 W 7 L 1 W 2 W 1 W 1 L 1 W 2 W 1 W 1 W 3 W 2 L 12

3/12/05 (A) 2/16/12 (N) 3/11/90 (N) 4/21/99 (A) 3/8/13 (A) 3/05/05 (N) 3/15/02 (N) 3/19/99 (N) 3/25/11 (H) 3/18/04 (N) 4/3/05 (N) 4/25/05 (H) 5/21/05 (N) 3/15/08 (N) 3/24/95 (A) 3/17/05 (N) 3/14/12 (A) March 1992 (N) 3/08/01 (N) 4/3/09 (N) 4/11/98 (A) 2/20/11 (N) 3/15/06 (N) 4/9/10 (N) 3/13/98 (N) 3/23/99 (H) 2/17/13 (N) April 1991 (A) 4/15/11 (A) 4/18/12 (N) 3/14/03 (N) 3/4/91 (N) March 1994 (N) 4/1/98 (H) 3/15/09 (N) March 1994 (N) 3/26/06 (H) 3/24/98 (A) 3/08/00 (H) 3/15/02 (N) 2/18/11 (N) 4/5/03 (N) 3/19/09 (N) 4/3/09 (N) 3/17/09 (N) 3/15/03 (N) 3/13/06 (N) 3/12/97 (A) 35


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RECORD BOOK Monmouth (Ill.) 0 1 L 1 Montreat (N.C.) 0 1 L 1 Morningside (Iowa) 1 2 W 1 Mountain State (W. Va.) # 8 0 W 8 Mt. St. Joseph 17 7 W 1 Mt. Vernon Nazarene 34 17 W 2 Muskingum 5 15 W 1 North Alabama 0 1 L 1 North Dakota State 0 1 L 1 North Georgia 0 1 L 1 Northern Kentucky 6 16 L 12 Northwestern (Iowa) 1 1 W 1 Northwest Missouri 0 1 L 1 Northwood (Mich.) 4 4 W 1 Notre Dame 28 11 W 5 Ohio Valley (W. Va.) 2 0 W 2 Ohio Wesleyan 4 0 W 4 Oklahoma Baptist 0 2 L 2 Oklahoma Christian 0 2 L 2 Oklahoma City 0 1 W 1 Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) 6 7 L 1 Otterbein 14 1 1 L 1 Pfeiffer (N.C.) 1 0 W 1 Point Park (Pa.) 8 0 W 8 Quincy (Ill.) 0 1 L 1 Reinhardt (Ga.) 0 1 L 1 Rio Grande 33 19 W 2 Robert Morris (Pa.) 1 0 W 1 Rockhurst (Mo.) 1 1 W 1 Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) 5 1 W 5 Savannah College of Art & Design (Ga.) 0 1 L 1 Science & Arts of Oklahoma 0 1 L 1 Seton Hill (Pa.) 12 0 W 12 Shawnee State 24 27 W 2 Shorter (Ga.) 1 3 W 1 Siena Heights (Mich.) 1 3 L 2 Sinclair C.C. Sioux Falls (S.D.) 1 0 W 1

5/21/05 (N)

USC Aiekn Southern Indiana Southern Virginia Southwest Baptist (Mo.) Spalding (Ky.) Spring Hill (Ala.) St. Ambrose (Iowa) St. Andrews (N.C.) St. Edward’s (Tx.) St. Francis (Ill.) St. Francis (Ind.)

3/3/13 (N) 2/19/11 (N) 3/16/05 (N) 3/21/09 (N) 4/4/04 (N) 3/12/98 (N) March 1993 (N) 3/12/90 (A) 3/12/12 (A) 3/9/97 (N) March 1993 (N)

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0 0 3 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 8 0 2 2 0 0 2 1 6 3 2

L 1 L3 W 2 L 2 W 3 L 8 L 2 W 2 L 2 L 2 W 1

March 1995 (N) 2/27/10 (N) 3/12/02 (N) 4/19/08 (A)

2/17/13 (N) 3/10/02 (N) 2/17/12 (N) April 1991 (A) 5/17/02 (N) March 1994 (N) 4/16/11 (A) 4/12/92 (H) 4/29/97 (H) 4/5/03 (N) 5/18/02 (N) 3/10/06 (N) March 1993 (N) 3/10/90 (N) 4/30/00 (A) 2/20/11 (N) 3/1/8 (N) 4/1/07 (N) 3/10/10 (N) 4/17/11 (A) 3/16/06 (N) 5/20/05 (N) 4/10/00 (H) 4/4/89 (A) 3/13/07 (N) May 1991 (H)

St. Gregory (Okla.) 0 1 L 1 St. Thomas (Minn.) 0 1 L 1 St. Vincent (Pa.) 13 1 W 4 St. Xavier (Ill.) 1 2 W 1 Taylor (Ind.) 4 1 W 2 Tennessee Wesleyan 1 2 L 1 Texas A&M - Kingsville 0 2 L 2 Tiffin 28 36 1 W 2 Thomas (Ga.) 2 0 W 2 Thomas More (Ky.) 4 0 W 4 Trevecca Nazarene (Tenn.) 0 3 L 3 Tri-State (Ind.) $ 1 0 W 1 Trinity Christian (Ill.) 2 0 W 2 Troy State (Ala.)* 0 1 L 1 Truman State (Mo.) % 1 4 L 2 Union (Tenn.) 2 3 W 1 Urbana 40 15 1 W 3 Ursuline 3 0 W 3 Valdosta State (Ga.) 0 1 L 1 Valley City State (N.D.) 1 1 L 1 Viterbo (Wis.) 1 0 W 1 Walsh 33 27 W 3 Wayne State (Mich.) 3 9 L 2 Wayne State (Neb.) 0 1 L 1 West Alabama 0 1 L 1 West Florida 0 5 L 5 West Georgia 0 1 L 1 West Liberty St. (W. Va.) 1 1 W 1 West Virginia State 2 0 W 2 Wheeling Jesuit (W. Va.) ^ 6 2 L 1 Williams Baptist (Ark.) 2 0 W 2 William Carey (Miss.) 1 0 W 1 William Jewell (Mo.) 5 6 W 2 William Penn (Iowa) 2 6 L 2 William Woods (Mo.) 1 5 L 3 Wilmington 7 0 W 7 Wingate (N.C.) 1 0 W 1 Winona State (Minn.) 1 3 L 1 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1 0 W 1 Wisconsin-Oskosh 0 1 L 1 Wooster PROGRAM RECORD 710 560 5 (Since 1984)

3/15/08 (N) 3/13/09 (N) 4/13/99 (H) 4/13/02 (N) 3/20/99 (N) 3/7/09 (A) 3/13/12 (A) 3/11/06 (N) March 1992 (A) March 1992 (N) 3/19/99 (N) 3/20/99 (H) March 1991 (N) 3/6/94 (N) 3/12/04 (A) 5/11/05 (H) 3/7/91 (N) 3/20/09 (N) 3/10/02 (N) 4/2/11 (H) March 1995 (N) 2/19/11 (N) March 1992 (N) 2/18/12 (N) 3/23/96 (H) 4/28/90 (A) 4/2/05 (N) 3/14/03 (N) March 1995 (N) March 1993 (N) 3/10/97 (N) 3/10/90 (N) March 1993 (N) March 1994 (N) 4/4/08 (N)

# Formerly College of West Virginia $ Currently Trine University * Currently Troy University % Formerly Northeast Missouri State ^ Formerly Wheeling College

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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Ohio Dominican University is an accredited four-year liberal arts institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic and Dominican traditions. The university has more than 3,100 students and offers undergraduate degrees in over 50 majors as well as six graduate degree programs. Ohio Dominican uses a student-centered approach, with a commitment to quality teaching and learning and a number of academic programs of distinction. Academics are at the heart of everything done at Ohio Dominican University. Institutions of higher learning exist to provide education for their students, and that education starts in the classroom. It continues, of course, on athletic fields and in residence halls, in rehearsals and clubs, in the library and the lab, but it begins with the relationship between students and their instructors. ODU’s mission is grounded in our identity as a Catholic and Dominican liberal arts institution. The University’s motto - To contemplate truth and share the fruits of that contemplation with others - serves as our guiding principle of teaching and learning. ODU’s core curriculum, taken by all students, focuses on seven learning outcomes that collectively identify the institution’s expectations for what all students will be able to be and do as Ohio Dominican graduates. Additionally, students complete a sequence of courses in one of 50 undergraduate major areas of study including those in the arts, sciences, and professions. Led by a talented faculty dedicated to excellence in teaching and committed to helping students learn, ODU’s student engagement model focuses on serving the whole student through personal attention and assistance in collaboration with the institution’s Division of Student Development. Ohio Dominican is fully accredited and offers academic programs at the baccalaureate and masters degree levels through five divisions: Arts and Letters; Social and Behavioral Sciences; Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences; Business; and Education.

its extracurricular offerings, providing a greater number of on-campus activities for both residential and commuter students. A central focus has been the addition of a new Student Center and expansion of athletic programs, which attract student athletes and non athletes alike, and foster alumni participation. Student organizations and activities at ODU offer events and activities that relate to areas of academic interest, student government, artistic performance, multicultural identity, media, athletic, social, honorary, religious and service organizations. Ohio Dominican student activities and events are open to all students. Over the past 10 years, Ohio Dominican has followed an aggressive expansion plan for its facilities which include three new residence halls; additional sports and recreation facilities; development of Sunbury Road as a gateway to the campus; the new Bishop James A Griffi n Student Center and a new science facility, Battelle Hall. In 2011 the students, faculty, staff, alumni, community leaders and friends celebrated the University’s Centennial anniversary. The Centennial theme, A Century of Transforming Lives, reflected on ODU’s Dominican heritage, history and tradition. This celebration encouraged the University community to reflect upon the transformative effect that Ohio Dominican has had on the lives its faculty, students, alumni, staff and friends. Ohio Dominican is focused on becoming the preeminent Catholic institution of higher learning, providing quality programs in both the liberal arts and the professions, committed to the fundamental value of liberal education, and deeply rooted in its Dominican tradition. Ohio Dominican is known for its student-centered and innovative approaches to teaching and learning; its commitment to excellence in academic and co-curricular programs; its commitment to service and community responsibility; its outstanding campus facilities and resources; its global outreach in response to educational needs; and its reputation for distinction in values-based higher education.

The University is significantly expanding the level of on-campus student extracurricular activities and improving residential life. At the same time, Ohio Dominican has expanded

QUICK FACTS Church Affiliation: Roman Catholic. Founded by the Congregation of Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs (now Dominican Sisters of Peace). Motto: “To contemplate truth and to share with others the fruits of this contemplation.” Campuses: Main Campus on Sunbury Road and Airport Drive, Tuttle Crossing (Adult degree programs offered at all campuses). Undergraduate: Undergraduate degrees in 50 majors. Degrees: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. Master’s Degrees: Master of Arts in Theology; Master of Business Administration*^; Master of Arts in Liberal Studies*; Master of Arts in TESOL; Master of Sport Science; other degrees in development. * Available in a 4+1 format. ^Courses available online. Undergraduate Costs: Tuition & Fees - $25,280 per year. Room and Board - $8,322 (based on room type)

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CITY OF COLUMBUS

With a population of 787,033 covering more than 210 square miles, Columbus is the largest city in Ohio and the 15th largest city in the United States. Columbus offers something special for everyone, from the No. 1 science center in the country at COSI and the nation’s No. 1 zoo at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to the lively Arena District, the hip Short North Arts District and historic German Village.

Many nationally recognized companies began in Columbus, including Wendy’s International, Worthington Industries, CompuServe, Red Roof Inns, Bank One, Huntington Bancshares, Limited Brands, Nationwide Insurance, the Longaberger Company and Bob Evans Farms, Inc., Abercrombie & Fitch and Express.

Ohio’s capital city, Columbus has a dynamic business climate, a commitment to diversity, exciting annual festivals and cultural events, and unique arts and entertainment opportunities. We also are proud to be the home of great professional, amateur and collegiate sports, including the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets, Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew and Triple-A baseball’s Columbus Clippers. Other major annual sports events in Columbus include the Arnold Sports Festival & Fitness Weekend, PGA Memorial Tournament at Muirfield, The Columbus Marathon and New Albany Classic Grand Prix.

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D. In the spring of 2010, the Ohio Dominican University Board of Trustees appointed Peter Cimbolic, Ph.D. as the 15th president of the institution. His official duties began July 1, 2010. Before serving as ODU’s president, Dr. Cimbolic was Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Marywood University in Scranton, PA. He also served as a tenured full professor of psychology. Since 2008 Dr. Cimbolic has also concurrently served as an Adjunct Professor of Neuroscience for The Commonwealth Medical College in Scranton; and from 2003 to 2007, as Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs and as a tenured Professor of Psychology at Bellarmine University, an independent Catholic university in Louisville, Kentucky. From 1999 to 2003, he served as Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies for The Catholic University of America. Before that, he served as Director of the Counseling Center at Catholic University for 18 years, and as a tenured professor in the Department of Psychology. Earlier in his career, Dr. Cimbolic served on the faculty and directed counseling centers at the University of North Texas and the University of New Hampshire. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Montclair State College; a master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from the Teachers College of Columbia University; and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri. Dr. Cimbolic is an internationally known scholar who has published extensively. He is also the recipient of the District of Columbia College Personnel Association Lifetime Research Award for his outstanding contribution to knowledge in the profession. Active in his community, he serves on the board of directors of the Wall Street West Higher Education Consortium funded in part by Workforce Innovation, U.S. Department of Labor; the Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprise (Scranton, PA), and the Scranton Tennis Club. He also served on the board of directors of the Louisville Health Enterprises Network; and as president of St. Mary’s Parish Council, Annapolis, MD. Dr. Cimbolic has five children: Mrs. Christie Baker of Marblehead MA; Dr. Kathleen Gunthert of Silver Spring, MD; Peter Cimbolic of Baltimore, MD; and Brian Cimbolic of Odenton, MD. Dr. Cimbolic is the proud grandfather of four grandchildren. He, his wife Kristi and their son, Stephen, reside in Columbus.

General Information...................................1.800.955.OHIO Fax................................................................ 614.252.0776 Academic Affairs........................................... 614.251.4730 Admissions................................................... 614.251.4500 Alumni Office................................................ 614.251.4617 Campus Ministry.......................................... 614.251.4567 College Operator........................................... 614.253.2741 Financial Aid................................................. 614.251.4640 International Office........................................ 614.251.4646 Intramurals.................................................... 614.251.4531 Library.......................................................... 614.251.4752 Security......................................................... 614.251.4700 Student Activities.......................................... 614.251.4726 Student Service Center.................................. 614.251.4550 Sports Information........................................ 614.251.4577 University Relations...................................... 614.251.4453 OHIODOMINICANPANTHERS.COM

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UNIVERSITY DIRECTIONS I-670 to the ODU campus... • Exit I-670 at 5th Avenue (exit 7) • Left to Nelson Road • Right (North) on Nelson Rd. to Airport Dr./Leonard Ave. • Left (West) to Sunbury Road (1st light) • Right (North) on Sunbury Road to the 2nd light • Visitor parking is on your left

Getting to I-670... From Cleveland and points North... • I-71 South to I-270 in Columbus • I-270 East to I-670 West • Exit I-670 West at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

From Cincinnati and points South...

From Pittsburgh and points East...

From Dayton and points West...

• I-71 North to I-670 in Columbus

• I-70 West to I-270 Columbus

• I-70 East to Columbus

• Exit I-670 East at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

• I-270 North to I-670

• I-71 North to I-670 East

• Exit I-670 West at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

• Exit I-670 at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

Athletic Administration

Athletic Training Staff

Vice President of Student Development James (Jamie) Caridi.................................. 251-4596

Head Athletic Trainer Jamison French.......................................... 253-4864 french@ohiodominican.edu

Golf - Men’s and Women’s Chris Deibel................................................ 253-3481 deibelc@ohiodominican.edu

Assistant Athletic Trainers JR Bonham................................................. 253-4864 bonhamj@ohiodominican.edu

Soccer - Men’s Willy Merrick.............................................. 251-4531 merrickw@ohiodominican.edu

Tyler Congrove, .......................................... 253-4864 congrovt@ohiodominican.edu

Soccer - Women’s Jonathan Meade.......................................... 251-4635 meadej@ohiodominican.edu

Athletic Director Jeff Blair...................................................... 251-4735 Athletic Director Emeritus Bill Blazer.................................................... 251-4710 Asst. AD/Senior Woman Administrator Sandy Rowley............................................. 251-4538 Director of Compliance Cindy Hahn................................................. 251-4642 Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Timothy Walker...................................... 251-4658 Athletic Administrative Assistant Elia Diaz ..................................................... 251-4537

Sports Information Staff Sports Information Director Scott Miles ................................................. 251-4577 miless@ohiodominican.edu Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Beigle................................................. 253-3482 beigler@ohiodominican.edu Sports Information Graduate Assistant Sarah Twiggs............................................... 251-4843 twiggss@ohiodominican.edu

Coaches Baseball Paul Page.................................................... 251-4535 pagep@ohiodominican.edu Basketball - Men’s Dan Evans................................................... 251-4533 evansd@ohiodominican.edu Basketball - Women’s Lynsey Warren............................................ 251-4564 warrenl@ohiodominican.edu Track & Field/Cross Country - Men’s and Women’s Paul Benedict.............................................. 251-4537 benedicp@ohiodominican.edu Football Bill Conley.................................................. 251-4556 conleyb@ohiodominican.edu

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Softball Marcella Vanlandingham............................. 251-4532 vanlandm@ohiodominican.edu Tennis - Men’s and Women’s Ryan Beigle................................................. 253-3482 beigler@ohiodominican.edu Volleyball Sandy Rowley............................................. 251-4538 rowleys@ohiodominican.edu


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ATHLETIC FACILITIES Panther Field

Football, Men’s and Women’s Soccer Ohio Dominican University continues to demonstrate progressive improvement to its athletic facilities with the addition of Panther Field. Built in 2004, our newest athletic facility is home to our football team and men’s and women’s soccer teams as well as our club level lacrosse team. To withstand the wear and tear of constant use, Panther Field is equipped with the latest in artificial surfaces, SprinTurf®. The field has a seating capacity of 1,750 with a 42-foot press box located at the top of the home bleachers. Recent additions to Panther Field include bleachers on the guest side of the field with a capacity of 500 and a building that houses a ticket office, concession stand and restrooms. Lights were also recently added to the facility, an addition that makes Panther Field one of the finer facilities of its size in the Midwest. The new facility replaced ODU’s former natural grass soccer complex and is located next to Alumni Hall on the west side of campus.

Alumni Hall

Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Volleyball Opened in 1989, Alumni Hall has a seating capacity of 3,000 and is the home of the women’s volleyball and the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Alumni Hall was given a much needed renovation and expansion in 2009-10. One full-length basketball court was added, the hardwood was resurfaced, and bleachers were added to the far side of the court.

Panther Softball Field Over the years Panther Softball Field has evolved into one of the nicest facilities in the state of Ohio. The brick dust field is routinely praised by Panther opponents as the epitome of what a field should be. With its dimensions of 210 to the corners and 225 to straight away center, this softball complex features enclosed dugouts, a scoreboard, bullpens beyond the left field line, and an underground irrigation system.

Hitting Facility Located next to the softball field is the hitting facility for both the baseball and softball teams. The hitting facility provides a place for both teams to refine their skills through the harsh Central Ohio weather. With the retractable nets, the hitting facility contains three batting cages complete with pitching mounds and pitching machines.

Panther Training Facility Along with the addition of the new stadium in 2004, the Panthers added a 7,500 square foot training facility west of the main parking lot. The facility is equipped with the latest in hammer strength weight training equipment and ODU’s second athletic training room. Offices for athletic training personal are also located in the new facility.

After the renovation all of the coaches now have an office on the second floor of Alumni. There are also several rooms that coaches may utilize to review game tape, hold team meetings and meet with future and current Panthers. Some of the other amenities in Alumni Hall are four locker rooms, the Black and Gold Room, a spacious conference room, a refurbished weight room that is available to both students and student-athletes, and an athletic training room. Alumni Hall has the capability of accommodating three regulation size basketball and volleyball courts.

Jefferson Country Club

Panther Courts

ODU also plays on Cumberland Trail. The course, designed by Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, opened in 1999 and measures up to 7,205 yards from the back tees. Known for its excellent conditioning and difficult design, Cumberland Trail ranks fourth in Central Ohio among public golf courses, according to Mid Ohio Golfer, and received 3.5 stars from Golf Digest. The greens at Cumberland Trail are considered by many to be the finest in the Columbus area and challenge even the best putters.

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Also on the grounds of the Ohio Dominican Sports Complex west side location are six regulation size tennis courts complete with lights. The courts were recently resurfaced with a blue Latex-ite® coating that resembles the courts that host the U.S. Open Championship. The tennis courts are enclosed with a green chain link fence to accommodate the Panther men’s and women’s tennis teams.

The Panthers are fortunate to call the Jefferson Country Club their home. The highlight of the Jefferson neighborhood is the spectacular Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed golf course that opened for play in 1992. Jones created one of his most unique and challenging courses on this magnificent site. Jefferson Country Club is located on a 372 acre reserve in prestigious Jefferson Township.

Cumberland Trail Golf Club

Golf Practice Facilities Panther Valley/Frank Damian FielD Baseball

First time visitors are pleasantly surprised by the hidden beauty of Panther Valley as they descend upon ODU’s prized baseball diamond. Sunken well below streetlevel and masked by plentiful trees, the only evidence of what awaits below is the echoing “ping” of aluminum bats meeting baseballs. The field is complete with a batting cage, home bullpen beyond the left field line and a visitor bullpen along the right field line. A recent addition to Panther Valley is a state-of-the-art scoreboard complete graphics and animatronics. Panther Valley has developed year-by-year to the point that it is now considered one of the finest college baseball facilities in the country.

ODU golfers have the ability to practice year round at the Golf Depot, located in Gahanna, Ohio. The Golf Depot features a driving range with a two acre of hitting area and four target greens to aim shots, covered/heating hitting bays, and a short game improvement area.

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ATHLETIC LEADERSHIP Jamie Caridi – Vice President of Student Development James “Jamie” Caridi joined the senior administrative team at Ohio Dominican University as Vice President for Student Development and Dean of Retention in August 2007. As vice president for student development, Caridi oversees Athletics, Campus Ministry, Student Activities, Counseling and Health Services, Multicultural Affairs, International Affairs, Student Leadership and Success, Career Services, and Residence Life. Since 1998, Caridi has held a series of positions in student development at St. Vincent College (PA), most recently serving as Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students where his responsibilities included managing all Student Affairs areas and functions, strategic planning, residence hall construction and rehabilitation, Student Leadership, Service Learning and Student Housing. Caridi holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology from St. Vincent College and a master’s degree in Higher Education from Geneva College. He is currently working on his doctoral degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Jeff Blair - Athletic Director Jeff Blair enters his third year as Ohio Dominican’s athletic director and his 13th year overall working at the university. The Bellefontaine, Ohio native played a critical role in ODU’s successful transition from the NAIA to NCAA Division II and entrance into the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 2010. Currently, he is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the athletic department and its 18 varsity intercollegiate sports while serving as a member of the ODU Director’s Council, as well as on the Compliance, Athletic and Hall of Fame Committees. The Panther athletic programs reached new heights in the 2012-13 year, with the men’s tennis and men’s golf teams qualifying for the NCAA Tournament and a record-number of student-athletes achieving a 3.0 GPA. Blair was hired as Ohio Dominican’s sports information director in 2000. He was elevated to the position of assistant athletic director in 2005, a role he held until 2010 when he was named the acting athletic director. He was promoted to the full-time athletic director role in 2011. Blair is a 1998 graduate of the University of Findlay, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in sports management and was a four-time varsity baseball letterwinner. He went on to earn his Masters of Business Administration degree from Findlay as well, spending a year as a graduate assistant with the baseball team and a year with the sports information office. Before arriving at Ohio Dominican, Blair volunteered on the regional crew for ESPN’s College GameDay, assisting the production crew for game day operations in the Midwest. In 2001, he was honored by the College Sports Information Directors of America for publications excellence, winning second place for men’s and women’s soccer media guides. Blair currently resides in Columbus with his wife Lori, his son Mason and his daughter Abby.

Bill Blazer – Athletic Director Emeritus Director of Athletic Development Bill Blazer began his tenure as Ohio Dominican’s fifth Athletic Director in August of 2004 and moved to the role of Director of Athletic Development in 2011. During his time as the Athletic Director at ODU, the Panthers won 14 conference titles and qualified for 12 national tournaments. Off the field, the Athletic Department has set high academic standards for its students as the athletes have earned a higher combined GPA then the general student body. Prior to taking over the athletic department at ODU, Blazer spent 14 years at Urbana University, where he served as Athletic Director, Men’s Golf Coach and a tenured Associate Professor in the Division of Business and Economics. Blazer has served the NAIA as a Region IX representative on the Council for Affiliated Conferences and Independents since 2003. He has also served as chairman of the Mid-States Football Association in 2000 and again in 2006 and was chairman of Men’s Golf in the American Mideast Conference for nine years. Blazer is also a member of the United States Golf Association and serves on the Board of Directors with the Ohio Publinx Golf Association. In 2007-08, Blazer was named NAIA Region IX Athletic Director of the Year and was recognized at the Marriott Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri at the NAIA Athletic Directors Association annual meeting. Recently, Blazer was named the NAIA Northeast Region Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for 2008-09. The 29 winners from all divisions were recognized during the 44th Annual NACDA Convention at the James J. Corbett Luncheon at the World Center Marriott Resort in Orlando, Florida. Blazer received his Bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University in business administration and his Master’s degree in teacher education from Wright State University.

Sandy Rowley - Senior Woman Administrator A former Ohio Dominican student, assistant coach, and now in her 25th season as head coach of the Panther volleyball team, Sandy Rowley embodies the Panther persona. Rowley has been a fixture in the Panther athletic department. As part of ODU’s transition to the NCAA Division II, Rowley also serves as the Senior Women’s Administrator and Assistant Athletic Director for the Athletic Department. As the SWA, Rowley oversees the Panther Student Athletic Advisor Committee (SAAC) along with other administrative duties. Since her first season in 1989, Rowley has been a staple on the Panther bench and in the ODU community. A friendly and demanding coach, Rowley has guided the Panthers to 13 winning seasons, including seven straight from 1994-2000, and 18 conference tournament appearances. In 1995, Rowley directed ODU to a program-record 35 victories, including 18 in conference play, which is also a program record. The team has won at least 20 matches 12 times during her tenure, including two of the past three years. Rowley’s tremendous dedication and hard work of developing young student-athletes over the years culminated with her 400th win on Oct. 4, 2008, as the Panthers defeated Grace College, 3-1, in Winona Lake, Indiana. In her 24 seasons at the helm of the ODU volleyball team, Rowley has coached 17 NAIA Academic All-Americans, 46 All-Conference Academic performers, 68 All-Conference selections and 15 All-Freshman Team players. Her dedication to the collegiate athlete has been proven time-and-time again on and off the court. Rowley and her husband Jeff live in New Albany, Ohio, with their three daughters, Lyndsay, Jennifer and Kelsey.

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the gliac The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), founded in 1972, has been a leader in the advancement and promotion of intercollegiate athletics for men and women for 40 years. The charter members of the GLIAC were Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, Lake Superior State University, Northwood University (then Institute), and Saginaw Valley State University. Expansion of the GLIAC began immediately with the addition of Oakland University in 1974. Hillsdale College, Northern Michigan University, and Wayne State University were accepted as members in 1975. In 1977, the conference lost its first member when Northern Michigan withdrew. Michigan Technological University filled the vacancy when it became a member in 1980. After the 1986-87 season, Northwood left the conference and was replaced by Northern Michigan. Northwood rejoined the conference in 1992. After the 1989 season, the conference dropped football as a sponsored sport. The conference schools sponsoring football joined the members of the Heartland Collegiate Conference in forming the football-only Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference (MIFC), which began play in 1990. After nine years as one of the premier conferences in Division II football, the MIFC merged as part of GLIAC on July 1, 1999. With the merger, the University of Indianapolis became an associate member as a football-only school. The GLIAC entered a new era in the 1995-96 school year. Prior to that time, all GLIAC member institutions were located in the state of Michigan. On Dec. 14, 1994, membership was offered to three schools located in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The expansion members were Ashland University of Ashland, Ohio, and Gannon University and Mercyhurst College, both located in Erie, Pennsylvania. All three schools began their membership July 1, 1995. On July 1, 1997, membership was granted to The University of Findlay, located in Findlay, Ohio. UF replaced Oakland University, which withdrew from the conference after the 1996-97 season as it moved to NCAA Division I status. The GLIAC membership changed again when Tiffin University of Ohio joined the conference in the 2008-09 academic year. Tiffin was offered membership on June 20, 2007. The addition of Tiffin left the GLIAC with 12 full-time members as Gannon and Mercyhurst moved to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference after the 2007-08 season.

The GLIAC entered a new era during the 2009-10 academic year. Commissioner Tom Brown, who had presided over the league for 17 years, retried on June 30, 2009. The longest serving commissioner in the history of the GLIAC, Brown expanded the conference from 10 full members to 14 full members and two associate members. Also under his leadership, the conference has grown to offering championships in 21 sports while rising to prominence on the national level as GLIAC teams and student-athletes have achieved success both in the classroom and on the fields of play. The Conference entered another new era on July 1, 2010 when Lake Erie College of Painesville, Ohio, and Ohio Dominican University, located in Columbus, joined the GLIAC. The policy-making body of the GLIAC is the Management Council, which is comprised of three representatives from each member institution – its director of athletics, faculty athletics representative and senior woman administrator. The presidency of the GLIAC Management Council is rotated alphabetically by school, with Suzanne Sanregret, Director of Athletics at Michigan Technological University, serving as GLIAC President in 2011-12. Dr. Glenn Mroz, President of Michigan Technological University, will serve as the chairperson of the GLIAC Presidents Council this year. The GLIAC made history in 2009 when it hired Dell Robinson as Commissioner. Robinson became the first ethnic minority to serve as D-II commissioner of a non-historically black college or university conference when he began his duties on July 1, 2009. Assisting Robinson are: Penny Cook, Asst. Commissioner for Compliance/SWA, Jeff Ligney, Asst. Commissioner for Media Relations; Denise Gross, Assistant to the Commissioner; Mike McCann, Supervisor of Football Officials; Kim Vieira, Supervisor of Soccer Officials; Jeanne Skinner, Supervisor of Volleyball Officials; Rob Doss, Supervisor of Women’s Basketball Officials; Bill Ek, Supervisor of Men’s Basketball Officials; and Rich Fetchiet, Assignor of Baseball Umpires.

The GLIAC Commissioners John Hoekje

1971-72 to 1978-79

Herbert “Pete” Peterson

1979-80 to 1984-85

Tom Donahue

1985-86 to 1986-87

Vern Norris

1987-88 to 1991-92

Tom Brown

1992-93 to 2008-09

Dell Robinson

2009-10 to present

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athletic trainers JAMISON

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HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

Jamie French is entering his 10th year as the Head Athletic Trainer for Ohio Dominican University. French came to ODU after working for eight years (1996-2004) at Reynoldsburg High School as its Head Athletic Trainer. French also has four years of experience (19931996) as an athletic trainer with the Chillicothe Paints Baseball Club and the Hagerstown Suns, a Class A minor league baseball affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. French received a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training from Wilmington College in 1994. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Licensed Massage Therapist and recently received his Performance Enhancement Specialist Certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. French, a native of Chillicothe, currently resides in Canal Winchester with his wife, Melissa, and two sons, Gabriel and Evan.

TYLER

JR Bonham is entering his 10th year at ODU as the Assistant Athletic Trainer. In that role, he assists Head Athletic Trainer Jamie French in all duties of the Athletic Training department. Prior to coming to ODU, Bonham worked as an athletic trainer for Columbus Public Schools at the high school level. From 2003-2004, he was the Head Athletic Trainer for Walnut Ridge and Independence High Schools, where he coordinated athletic training for 27 interscholastic athletic teams. Bonham received a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2003 from Otterbein College. While at Otterbein, he worked as a student athletic trainer for the Cardinals under head athletic trainer Charles Goodwin. He has been a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association since 2002. Bonham finished his masters of science in exercise science and health promotion with an emphasis in sports psychology from California University of Pennsylvania in 2009. A native of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Bonham is a graduate of Mt. Vernon High School. He currently resides in Columbus.

CONGROVE

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Tyler Congrove joined Ohio Dominican’s sports medicine team as an assistant athletic trainer in 2012. Congrove had spent the past two summers working as the head athletic trainer for summer collegiate baseball teams in the Chillicothe Paints (2011) and Thomasville HiToms (2012). A native of Circleville, Ohio, he spent two years as a graduate assistant at UNCGreensboro, where he worked with the volleyball and men’s and women’s track and field teams. Congrove received his Master’s of Science in kinesiology with a concentration in sports medicine from UNC-Greensboro. He completed his undergraduate work at nearby Otterbein College, where he also ran cross country and track. Congrove currently resides in New Albany.

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