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CHRISTINA PANE SENIOR - OUTFIELDER THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN

KIRYLSHADA SENIOR - PITCHER SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

PATTI HURLEY TRI- CAPTAIN SENIOR - INFIELDER

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OPPORTUNITAS: The Promise of Pace is the motto of Pace: Opportunitas. A remarkable array of living, learning and working opportunities await each student. This comprehensive University offers five undergraduate schools and colleges and more than 100 academic majors. * THE FACULTY -- The faculty at Pace bring practical experience in a discipline or profession to their classroom teaching. They know what it takes to succeed because they've experienced success themselves. Professors pursue research in areas that span the curriculum including business, accounting, biology, communications, the natural sciences, health care, nursing, computer science and education, among others. * COOPERATIVE EDUCATION -- Take advantage of the University's extraordinary Cooperative Education Program, the largest and most comprehensive co-op program among four-year colleges and universities in the New York City area. Each year Pace places over 1,100 students in over 450 multi-national, national, regional, and local organizations. The opportunity to apply classroom theory into hands-on professional settings allows you to assess how you feel about a particular profession. Also, you will gain a valuable competitive edge in the job market. One-third of the co-op students receive job offers from their co-op employers.

*PLEASANTVILLE/BRIARCLIFF -- About forty minutes from the New York City campus, these two suburban locations,minutes apart, are administered as one campus. In addition to a serene setting, the campus is noted for its Environmental Center and stables complete with horses, goats, and geese. Tennis courts, outdoor basketball and sand volleyball courts and Willcox Gymnasium provide ample opportunities for athletics and recreation. In keeping with its commitment to its students, community and quality campus life, Pace completed construction of the new 75,000-square foot, 17 million dollar Goldstein Health, Fitness and Recreation Center. The campus offers many living options ranging from three new townhouse complexes to seven residence halls. * NEW YORK CITY -- The New York City campus, located in lower Manhattan, offers the best of everything that makes New York special. A short walk from Wall Street and the famous South Street Seaport, our New York campus stands across the street from historic City Hall. Nearby public transportation makes commuting fast and easy. The 650-seat Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, located on campus, is the site of acclaimed student productions, concerts and performers including the Joffrey Ballet, as well as the new home of the celebrated National Actors Theater.

* OPEN HOUSE -- We invite you to visit the University and form your own opinion of Pace. Talk to students, talk to professors, sit in on a few classes, meet with the Admissions staff and tour the campus. During our Open House Days, you can get your first taste of Pace's environment through personal contact and first hand experience. ONE UNIVERSITY - TWO CAMPUSES: No matter what you are seeking in a college setting, you can find it at one of Pace's two different locations. Whichever campus you choose, you will also have the opportunity to take courses on the other campus. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Students with a creative flair and a desire to communicate have no problem finding an outlet; Pace sponsors two newspapers, two literary magazines, two radio stations and two yearbooks. Plays, concerts, and performances by professionals and amateurs also enhance student life. There is also an active Student Government Association on each campus. The New York and Pleasantville campuses each sponsor several fraternities and sororities. While the emphasis is on good times and bonding, these organizations also put their energies to good work by sponsoring community service projects. Pace offers the opportunity to participate in athletics, either varsity or intramural. The Setters compete in 17 varsity sports in NCAA Division II.


PACE QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Pace University Pleasantville, NY, 10570 1906 13,463 Setters Navy and Gold Pace Field - Briarcliff Campus NCAA Division II, ECAC Northeast-10 Conference Stephen J. Friedman (Princeton ‘59) Joseph F. O'Donnell (LaSalle '65) (914) 773-3411 (914) 773-3491 HISTORY First Season: All-Time Record: Most Wins in a Season: Last postseason opponent: Result: Team Championships:

1982 495-510-4 (.493) - 27 Seasons 33 (Twice - 2002, 2003) Le Moyne 2008 NE-10 Tournament L, 4-1 ECAC - 2002 Empire State Conference - 1989 Hudson Valley Conference 1987 & 1988

S P O R T S •I N F O R M A T I O N Sports Information Director: SID Office Phone: SID Fax: SID E-mail: SID Mailing Address: Sports Information Assistant:

John Tagliaferri (Pace ‘00) (914) 773-3888 (914) 773-3491 jtagliaferri@pace.edu 861 Bedford Road Goldstein Fitness Center Pleasantville, NY 10570 Matthew Farhadi (SHU‘08)

S P O R T S •M E D I C I N E Head Athletics Trainer: Assistant Athletics Trainer: Graduate Assistant Athletics Trainer: Team Physician: Sports Medicine Phone: Sports Medicine Fax:

Barry Moriarty Dana Wasserman Lorisha Rayner Dr. Lester Mayers (914) 773-3887 (914) 773-3445

Head Coach: Claudia Stabile (Fordham ‘77/28th Season) Record at Pace: 495-510-4 (.493) Career Record: 495-510-4 (.493) Softball Office Phone: (914) 923-2902 Assistant Coach: Brealand Edwards (6th Season) Assistant Coach: Now-Allah James (Pace ‘00/2nd Season) Graduate Asistant Coach: Alton Frisbie (Pace ‘08/1st Season) T E A M •I N F O R M A T I O N 2008 Overall record: 29-19 2008 Conference Record: 16-12 Home Record: 14-6 Away Record: 14-13 Position Starters returning/lost: 5/3 Pitchers returning/lost: 3/1 Letterwinners returning/lost: 11/4 Newcomers: 9 2008 Captains: #14 Patricia Hurley, Senior #22 Christina Pane, Senior #33 Kiryl Shada, Senior M E D I A •I N F O R M A T I O N WIRE SERVICES: Associated Press USA Today Online SportsLineUSA Sportsticker

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School: Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Home Field: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Dir.: Athletics Phone: Athletics Fax:

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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION Associate AD: Asst. AD Compliance: Faculty Athletics Representative: Equipment Manager: Assistant Equipment Manager: Facilities Manger/Intramurals: Business Manager/SWA: Athletics Administrative Asst: Strength & Conditioning Coach:

Mike Winn Jayson Smikle Mike Ulinski Now-Allah James Dave Carty JR Pouncey Michelle Tozzi Adrienne Sanchez Mike Bohlander

CREDITS: The 2009 Pace University Softball Media Guide was written, designed and edited by Matthew Farhadi , Sports Information Assistant. Action photos by John Costello. Printing by Narragansett Graphics.

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW

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The Pace University softball team finished the 2008 season with an overall record of 29-19 and 16-12 in the Northeast-10 (NE-10) Conference. Head Coach Claudia Stabile returns 11 letter winners from last season, while adding nine newcomers to make up for the four letter winners lost. Stabile's squad, picked to finish 10th in the 2009 NE-10 Preseason Coaches' Poll, will look to make it back to back trips to the conference tournament as they reached the semi-finals last season. Gone to graduation are Kelly Kinyon, and DJ Ketchel. Kinyon finished her four-year Pace career ranked 8th all-time in games played (161), tied for 15th in hits (121), 8th in doubles (29), and 18th in runs scored (63). Ketchel finished her four-year Setter career ranked 10th all-time in games played (156), 19th in hits (111) and 14th in runs batted in (58). Kinyon hit a team leading 4 homeruns last season, while also ranking second on the team in onbase percentage at .338. Overall, Kinyon batted .278 on the season with 37 hits. Kinyon also pitched 13.2 innings last season and posted a 1.02 ERA. Alton Frisbie and Kim Troiano are also gone from last season's team. Senior Christina Pane will look to repeat her record breaking junior season where she was named to multiple award-winning teams including an AllConference Second Team member, and a Daktronics Softball All-American Third Team member. Pane led the team in games played (48), batting average (.438), hits (71), runs (40), RBI's (29) and slugging percentage (.611). Pane, in her Pace career, ranks 10th all-time in hits and fourth all-time in stolen bases. Classmate Kiryl Shada will once again be the featured ace of the Pace pitching staff, as she led the team in ERA (1.86), wins (14), games started (22), complete games (21), shutouts (3), innings pitched (158.1) and strikeouts (103) in 2008. In her three years at Pace, Shada already ranks fourth all-time at Pace in innings pitched, third in wins, second in strikeouts, sixth in ERA, fourth in complete games, and tied for third in shutouts. Another senior, Patricia Hurley will also look to build upon her solid junior season that saw her put up a .290 batting average, 45 hits, 22 runs scored, and a .319 on base percentage. Hurley ranks 17th in hits and 15th in RBI’s all-time at Pace University. Fellow Seniors Missy Dubey, and Tricia Allutto will look to add additional leadership and experience to the Pace lineup. Dubey played in 36 games last season, posting a .181 batting average with 15 hits, while Allutto batted .236 last year with 25 RBI's, three homeruns, and played in 48 games. Junior Amanda Dague is also returning this season to the Setter outfield. She was fourth in hits (35) and runs scored (19) in the 2008 season.

Samantha Poulson who redshirted last year with an ankle injury will also add depth, and give some extra innings to the Setters’ pitching staff. When Poulson is not on the mound she can also be a strong hitter for the Setters. CATCHERS Returning starter Allutto will once again take her place behind the plate this season. Allutto has a good arm, and can cut down base stealers. She also has good hands to pick balls out of the dirt when needed. She is capable of hitting the long ball, and is expected to hit in the middle of the order. Hurley and freshman Victoria Pallesachi will backup Allutto behind the plate. INFIELDERS Corners Hurley will fill in the starting role at first base. She is solid defensively with very quick hands. She is the one of the more vocal leaders on the team. Hurley will provide the power in the middle of the lineup. Junior Kerri McLean will be the starter at the other corner position, third base. McLean came into her own last season as she played a major role in the NE-10’s for Pace. She is a consistent hitter with quick hands in the field. Middle Dubey will be getting large amounts of playing time at both middle infield positions. She is very consistent on defense with good range and can play either position when called upon. Dubey is a line drive hitter at the plate who loves going the other way. Other players who will be getting time at second base are Michelle Forgione, Samantha Mumola, and Vanessa Maloney. Forgione is a smart player, and she improved a lot over the offseason with a lot of hard work. She is a quick player with good range, and is a consistent hitter. Mumola and Maloney are both good defensively, and have good speed on the bases. Shortstop will also be a position where multiple players could see time including Lauren Bell. Bell is a player who has good mechanics on the field, and at the plate. Bell played short in high school, and should be a solid contributor as a freshman.

OUTFIELDERS Pane will be the starter in center field. Pane has good quickness and range in the outfield cutting off base hits. She’s an intense, team leader who PITCHERS Shada will be the ace of the pitching staff as the number one starter, and will wants to win. At the plate, Pane can bunt to get on and can hit the ball to all fields. She is an excellent base runner who looks be counted on in her senior year for big innings. 2009 NE-10 Softball Preseason Coaches’ Poll Shada has improved her movement, and is throwto pace the Setter offense this season. ing the ball with better velocity this season. This Team Points 08’ Record 219 46-11 season Shada will feature a screwball, dropball, a 1. Le Moyne (11) Dague is a very quick player with good range. Her 204 24-25 riser, curveball, and changeup. She is also a good 2. UMass Lowell (2) steady improvement in the outfield has earned her a 3. New Haven (1) 191 29-21(ECC) contact hitter when she’s not on the mound as she 4. Southern Connecticut (1) starting spot in left field. Dague is a lefty slap hitter 170 25-26 hit .219 last season. who can also bunt to get on base as well. Dague is 5. Pace 140 29-19 6. Stonehill 139 23-20 also a solid base runner. 7. So. New Hampshire 135 17-22 Sophomore’s Alicia Parlon and Christina 8. Saint Rose 98 17-22 Rescigno will be the other two full-time pitchers. 9. Saint Anselm Right Field will see a number of players competing 97 21-18 96 19-24 Parlon has excellent velocity on her pitches, to go 10. American International for a starting role including Sarah Meleney, 95 20-24 along with improved movement. Parlon is expected 11. Bentley Tiffany Ott, and Nicole Schultheis. Meleney is the 12. Merrimack 89 9-27 to rotate in as the number two starter this year. most experienced of the bunch as she brings a con13. Assumption 68 15-25 Rescigno is the other pitcher who will be seeing sistent bat, as well as a strong arm. Ott and 14. Franklin Pierce 30 9-33 29 8-29 time in a starting role. She has increased her veloc- 15. Saint Michael’s Schulteis both possess good speed, and good gloves ity and accuracy thanks to a very good off-season. in the field. Ashley Ratcliffe and Larissa Porcelli will also provide depth in the outfield for the Setters this season.

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MEET THE COACHING STAFF Claudia Stabile Head Coach 28th Season Claudia Stabile has been at the helm of the Pace University softball team since its inception in 1982. She has compiled a 495-510-4 (.493) all-time record in her 27 seasons at Pace. On April 9, 2004, with a 3-2 win over Bryant University, Coach Stabile tied the all-time wins record for Pace Athletics, matching former baseball head coach Fred Calaiccone's record of 398 wins. Coach Stabile would go on to pick up wins 399 and 400 the next day with a doubleheader sweep of Bentley College.

Coach Stabile guided the Setters to Hudson Valley Conference titles in 1987 and 1988, and the Empire State Conference title in 1989. The Setters advanced to the ECAC Division II championships in 1987, 1988, 1989 and won the title in 2002. Coach Stabile began her coaching career in 1977 as the head coach of the Bumpers traveling softball team, producing a 140-63 record in five seasons. She also coached basketball at White Plains High School, Westchester Community College and SUNY Purchase. A 1980 graduate of Fordham University, Stabile is currently the Dean for Students and Athletics Director at Maria Regina High School.

Brealand Edwards Assistant Coach 6th Season Brealand Edwards enters his sixth season in the Setters' dugout. He is in charge of the Setters' pitching staff. Edwards comes to Pace with a long history of coaching in the area. He was the head softball coach at Dutchess Community College for 10 years and led the Falcons to national and regional prominance. Under Edwards, the Falcons competed in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Nationals in 1992 and in nine NJCAA Regional Tournaments from 1992-96 and again from 1998-2001. Coach Edwards’ overall college record is 198-71. He also spent time as an assistant coach at Manhatttan College. Edwards founded the Hudson Valley Express (HVE) Travel Softball Program in 1990 and currently serves as its president. He also opened BATS Diamond Sports Training Center in 1995. Coach Edwards was inducted into the Dutchess County Fast Pitch Hall of Fame in 1997 for his accomplishments and contributions towards the development, continuation and advancemnt of Fast Pitch Softball.

Now-Allah James Assistant Coach 2nd Season Now-Allah James enters his second season as an assistant coach on Coach Stabile’s staff. James is no stranger to the Pace University athletics department as he is in his fourth season as the Equipment Manager and fifth overall working at Pace as he served one year as the Assistant Facilities Manager for the Goldstein Fitness Center. James' responsibilities include the inventorying and ordering of all equipment and uniforms for Pace's 19 varsity sports. James is also a former Pace University student-athlete as a football letterwinner starting on the Setters' offensive line playing from 1996 to 2000. James also served as a graduate assistant for the 2002 season under then head football coach Greg Lusardi. James has an extensive professional playing career consisting of several years of arena and indoor football experience. Most recently he was named an All-Star for the New York/New Jersey Revolution of the Great Lakes Indoor Football League in 2006.

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Coach Stabile has coached two All-Americans, three Academic All-Americans, 51 All-Conference players (30 NE-10, 9 NYCAC, 12 Hudson Valley), 22 All-Region honorees, three Pace Female Athletes of the Year and two Pace Letterwinners of the Year.

James earned his B.S. in Political Science from Pace in 2000 and in 2002 he earned his Master's degree in Public Administration. James has also served as a Residential Director on the Pleasantville campus of Pace University.

Alton Frisbie Graduate Assistant Coach 1st Season Alton Frisbie enters her first season as a graduate assistant coach on Coach Stabile’s staff. Frisbie played at thrid base for four years under Coach Stabile at Pace University. Alton earned her B.S. in Criminal Justice from Pace in 2008. Frisbie will look to share her knowledge, and experience to the Setters dugout this season.

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Christina Pane Tri-Captain Senior - 5’3’’ Outfielder Stony Point, NY/Cardinal Spellman Quote: “Always remeber Goliath was a 40 point favorite over David.”

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Season Goals: Improve on stats from last season, to make NCAA’s and to break another school record. Overview: Currenty ranks 10th all-time at Pace in hits with 138, and fourth in stolen bases with 35. 2008: Started in all 48 games on the season as a junior. Hit .438 (71-for-162) for the year with three homeruns, seven doubles, and six triples. Scored 40 runs, while driving in 29 RBI’s. Finished with a .611 slugging percentage, a .474 on-base percentage, and a 1.000 fielding percentage. Stole 13 bases out of 14 attempts. Set a new Pace University single season hit record last season with 71 hits on the season. Second All-American player in Pace University Softball history. Currenty ranks 10th all-time at Pace in hits with 138, and fourth in stolen bases with 35. 2007: Started in all 36 games played on the season. Hit .327 (35-for-107) for the year with a pair of doubles and three triples. Scored 22 runs, while driving in eight RBI’s. Posted a .402 slugging percentage, a .400 on base percentage and a .959 fielding percentage. Stole a team-high 13 bases out of 15 attempts. 2006: Started in all 48 games on the season as a freshman. Hit .229 with 32 hits in 140 at-bats. Was second on the team in runs scored with 18 and drove in eight RBI’s. Hit five doubles and two triples. Posted a .966 fielding percentage. Stole 9 bases out of 14 attempts. At Cardinal Spellman: Played catcher in high school, Second-Team All City, and team MVP senior year. Personal: Born June 24, 1987... Parents are Antanette and Joseph Pane... Majoring in Criminal Justice Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

Avg .229 .327 .438 .337

GP-GS 48-48 36-36 48-48 132-132

AB 140 107 162 409

R 18 22 40 80

H 32 35 71 138

2B 5 2 7 14

Pane’s Career Stats 3B HR 2 0 3 0 6 3 11 3

RBI 8 8 29 45

TB 41 43 99 183

SLG% .293 .402 .611 .447

BB 8 11 12 31

HBP 2 2 0 4

SB-ATT 9-14 13-15 13-14 35-43

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Missy Dubey Senior - 5’6’’ Infielder Middlefield, CT/Coginchaug Regional Quote: “Teamwork is the fuel that allows common people to produce uncommon results.” Season Goals: Make NCAA’s, to have less than six errors on defense and to bat above .300. 2008: Started 33 of the 36 games she appeared in on the year. Hit .181 (15-for-83) for the year with one double, and drove in six RBI’s. Posted a .933 fielding percentage on the season. 2007: Appeared in 31 games on the year, making 27 starts. Went 9-for-68 at the plate, driving in four runs, while scoring three runs. Posted a .884 fielding percentage. 2006: Played in 11 games, starting 10. Hit .143 on the season. In 21 at-bats, collected three hits, one double, one RBI, and three runs scored. Was solid in the field with a .938 fielding percentage. At Conginchaug: 2004-05 First Team, Second Team All-Conference. Personal: Born January 30, 1987... Mother is Patricia Dubey... Majoring in Psychology. Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

Avg .143 .132 .181 .157

GP-GS 11-10 31-27 36-33 78-70

AB 21 68 83 172

R 3 3 7 13

H 3 9 15 27

2B 1 0 1 2

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Dubey’s Career Stats 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 4 6 11

TB 4 9 16 29

SLG% .190 .132 .193 .169

BB 3 8 7 18

HBP 0 0 3 3

SB-ATT 1-1 2-2 0-0 3-3


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Patricia Hurley Tri-Captain Senior - 5’7’’ Infielder/Catcher Assonet, MA/Apponequet Quote: “A true champion is someone who wants to make a difference, who never gives up, and who gives everything they have no matter what the circumstances are.” Season Goals: To be consistent on defense, to set a new school record for most hits in a season and wants to lead the team to NCAA’s.

2007: Named to the Northeast-10 All-Conference Third Team. Started in all 47 games played on the season, batting a team-high .336 (48-for-143) on the season with nine doubles, a triple and a home run. Drove in a team-best 22 runs and scored 19 runs. Posted a .434 slugging percentage, along with a .362 on base percentage. 2006: Played in 39 games, starting 38. Hit .197 on the season. In 117 at-bats, collected 23 hits with three doubles and one home run. Scored 11 runs, while driving in 17 RBI’s. Solid on defense with a .992 fielding %. At Apponequet: MVP, Three-time SCC All-Star, Three-time Taunton Gazette All-Star, Strandard Times Super Team. Personal: Born June 21, 1987... Mother is Dianne Hurley... Majoring in Business Management. Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

Avg .197 .336 .290 .280

GP-GS 39-38 47-47 48-48 134-133

AB 117 143 155 415

R 11 19 22 52

H 23 48 45 116

2B 3 9 2 14

Hurley’s Career Stats 3B HR 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2

RBI 17 22 17 56

TB 29 62 47 138

SLG% .248 .434 .303 .333

BB 5 7 7 19

HBP 0 0 0 0

SB-ATT 3-4 2-4 3-3 8-11

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Kiryl Shada Tri-Captain Senior - 5’4’’ Pitcher Pleasant Prarie, WI/Tremper Quote: “The will to win is important, but the will to prepare is vital.” Season Goals: To finish the year with an era under 1.25, to be a good leader and to let up less than one walk a game. 2008: Made 24 appearances last season, making 22 starts. Finished with 158.1 innings pitched last year with a 14-8 record, while posting an impressive 1.86 ERA. Pitched 21 complete games and three shutouts. Struck out 103 batters and walked 28, while allowing a .240 batters against average. Named to Northeast-10 All-Conference 2nd Team last season. 2007: Made 26 appearances on the mound, making 24 starts. In 160.2 innings of work, posted a 13-12 record and a save with a 2.31 ERA. Recorded 22 complete games and five shutouts. Struck out 116 batters, while allowing 48 walks and 53 earned runs. Surrendered 161 hits posting a .256 B/Avg.

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2008: Started in all 48 games on the season hitting .290 (45-for-155) with two doubles, 22 runs scored, while driving in 17 RBI’s. Posted a .303 slugging percentage, with a .319 on-base percentage, and a .985 fielding %.

2006: Appeared in 21 games, starting 15 with 11 complete games and two shutouts. Posted a 9-5 record and a save with a 2.34 ERA, allowing 37 earned runs in 110.2 innings pitched. The nine wins on the season were a team-high, also led the team in strikeouts with 86. At Tremper: 2004-05 All-Division Personal: Born June 10, 1987... Father is Doug Shada... Majoring in Psychology. Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

ERA 2.34 2.31 1.86 2.15

W-L 9-5 13-12 14-8 36-25

App 21 26 24 71

GS 15 24 22 61

CG 11 22 21 54

SHO 2 5 3 10

Shada’s Career Stats SV IP 1 110.2 1 160.2 0 158.1 2 429.2

H 93 161 144 398

R 47 88 69 204

ER 37 53 42 132

BB 43 48 28 119

SO 86 116 103 305

B/Avg .233 .256 .240 .244

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M EET T HE S ETTERS - S ENIORS Tricia Allutto Senior - 5’5’’ Catcher Matawan, NJ/Matawan Regional

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Quote: “Go hard every play. You don’t want to leave anything behind, and regret it years down the road that you didn’t give it all when you could have.”

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Season Goals: To be a good leader on and off the field, to hit over .300 and to make the NCAA Tournament. 2008: Started in all 48 games as a junior. Hit .236 (34-for-144) on the season with nine doubles, and three homeruns. Scored 12 runs, while driving in 25 RBI’s. Finished the year with a .338 slugging percentage, a .316 on-base percentage, and a .994 fielding percentage. Allutto currently ranks 28th all-time at Pace in RBI’s with 42. 2007: Played in 35 games on the year, making 32 starts. Hit .299 (26-for-87) on the season with five doubles and a homerun. Drove in 11 runs, while scoring eight. Slugged .391, while posting a .384 on base percentage. Was also solid in the field with a .969 fielding percentage. 2006: Played in 33 games, starting 30. Hit .209 on the season with 18 hits in 86 at-bats. Scored three runs and drove in six RBI’s. Hit one double and one triple. Posted a .964 fielding percentage. At Matawan Regional: First Team All-Shore, Third Team All-State, MVP, First team all Group 2 and National Honors Society. Personal: Born October 05, 1987... Parents are Gerard and Cynthia Allutto... Majoring in Biology/Chemistry. Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

Avg .209 .299 .236 .246

GP-GS 33-30 35-32 48-48 116-110

AB 86 87 144 317

R 3 8 12 23

H 18 26 34 78

2B 1 5 9 15

Allutto’s Career Stats 3B HR 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 4

RBI 6 11 25 42

TB 21 34 52 107

SLG% .244 .391 .361 .338

BB 9 10 12 31

HBP 0 2 0 2

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

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Ashley Ratcliffe Senior - 5’2’’ Outfielder Carmel, NY/Carmel H.S.

Quote: “The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determinaton that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” Season Goals: To be consistent in the outfield, maintain a good batting average and to help team make NCAA’s Personal: Born July 1, 1988... Parents are Michael and Ann Marie Avolio... Majoring in History/Education... Before joining the softball team this season Ashley was previously on the cheerleading team at Pace.

Seniors Standing (L to R) - Ashley Ratcliffe, Missy Dubey, and Tricia Allutto Sitting (L to R) - Christina Pane, Patricia Hurley, and Kiryl Shada

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Amanda Dague Junior - 5’0’’ Outfielder Spring, TX/Klein Collins Quote: “Say you can.” Season Goals: To start in the outfield, to be consistent at the plate and in the field and to contribute to the team as much as possible.

2007: Appeared in 26 games on the season, while making 22 starts. Hit .149 (10-for-67) at the plate scoring six runs and driving in one run. Finished the year with two walks, going 1-2 on stolen base attempts, and posted a .786 fielding percentage. At Klein Collins: First Team All-District Softball, Team Captain, member of National Honor Society. Personal: Born December 10, 1987... Parents are Virginia and Kenneth Dague... Majoring in Business Finance. Year 2007 2008 Totals

Avg .149 .282 .236

GP-GS 26-22 48-48 74-70

AB 67 124 191

R 6 19 25

H 10 35 45

2B 0 5 5

Dague’s Career Stats 3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 1 8 9

TB 10 40 50

SLG% .149 .323 .262

BB 2 5 7

HBP 1 1 2

Kerri McLean Junior - 5’4’’ Infielder Woodhaven, NY/Archbishop Molloy

SB-ATT 1-2 1-2 2-4

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Quote: “To give less than your best is to sacrifice the gift. You have to have heart.” Season Goals: To maintain a starting position, to contribute to the team offensively and to have a sharp glove. 2008: Appeared in 36 games on the year, making 29 starts. Hit .205 (17-for-83) on the season with a double, and a triple. Scored 13 runs, while driving in six RBI’s. Finished the season with a .241 slugging percentage, a .313 on-base percentage, and a .946 fielding percentage 2007: Appeared in 24 games on the year, making 20 starts. Hit .212 (11-for-52) at the plate with three doubles. Drove in eight runs, while scoring three runs. Posted a .369 on base percentage to go with a .904 fielding percentage. At Archbishop Molloy: Dean’s List, Team MVP, First Team All-City, holds the schools single season RBI record, All-Tournament team in Virginia HS Classic. Personal: Born January 11, 1989... Parents are Doreen and Richard McLean... Majoring in Biology/Chemistry.

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2008: Started all 48 games as a sophomore. Hit .282 (35-for-124) for the season, to go along with five doubles. Scored 19 runs, while driving in eight RBI’s. Finished the year with a .323 slugging percentage, a .315 on-base percentage, and a .918 fielding percentage. Finished third on the team last season in batting average.

Juniors (L to R) - Kerri McLean and Amanda Dague Sophomores (L to R) - Samantha Poulson, Michelle Forgione, Alicia Parlon, Sarah Meleney, and Christina Rescigno

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M EET T HE S ETTERS - S OPHOMORES

#1

Alicia Parlon Sophomore - 5’5” Pitcher Norton, MA/Norton Quote: “Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.”

Season Goals: improve ERA, to make the NCAA’s and to finish in the top three in the NE-10 in pitching 2008: Appeared in 18 games, while making 12 starts. Finished with 70.1 innings pitched, and a 3.48 ERA, with a record of 6-4. Struck out 29 batters, while walking 31, and finished with a .278 batters against average. Also had one save in 2008.

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Personal: Born July 25, 1988... Parents are Sandra and Mark Parlon... Majoring in Criminal Justice.

Christina Rescigno Sophomore - 5’8” Pitcher Elmsford, NY/Good Counsel Academy

#3

Quote: “Our lives are not determined by what happens to us but how we react to what happens, not by what life brings us but the attitude we bring life.” Season Goals: To make NCAA’s, be more accurate and to have a lower ERA from last season. 2008: Appeared in 18 games, while making 11 starts. Finished with 72 innings pitched, and a 3.60 ERA, with a record of 7-6. Struck out 24 batters, while walking 20, and finished with a .300 batters against average. Had two saves on the season. Personal: Born February 10, 1989... Parents are Ruth and Frank Rescigno... Majoring in Education.

#15

Samantha Poulson Sophomore - 5’6” Pitcher Bethpage, NY/Plainedge Quote: It’s not how good you are, but how bad you want it.”

Season Goals: To make NCAA’s, to increase speed on bases and to maintain a good hitting average. At Bethpage: All-County in Softball, and made the Honor Roll Personal: Born September 15, 1989... Parents are Laura and Michael Poulson... Major is Undecided

#18

Michelle Forgione Sophomore - 5’3” Inifelder Islip, NY/Islip Quote: It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog.”

Season Goals: To improve offensively, to expand her fielding range and to contribute to the team in all facets. 2008: Appeared in 18 games last season, while making three starts. Went 1-for-13 with three runs scored, and a .909 fielding percentage on the season. At Islip High School: High Honor Roll Student, All-Division Softball, All-Tournament Team Softball, Personal: Born July 29, 1989... Parents are Lori and Anthony Forgione... Majoring in Adolescent Education and English.

#35

Sarah Meleney Sophomore - 5’4” Outfielder Rockville, MD/Richard Montgomery Quote: “You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them.”

Season Goals: To maintain a batting average above .300, and to stay healthy and focus throughout the season. 2008: Appeared in 31 games, while making 29 starts. Hit .178 (16-for-90) with four doubles, and two homeruns. Scored 11 runs, while driving in 12 RBI’s. Finished with a .289 slugging percentage, and a 1.000 fielding percentage. Personal: Born August 2, 1989... Parents are Margaret and Calvin Meleney... Majoring in Business.

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M EET T HE S ETTERS - F RESHMEN

#8

Vanessa Maloney Freshman - 5’5” Infielder New Milford, CT/New Milford

#9

Samantha Mumola Freshman - 5’1” Infielder/Outfielder Harrison, NY/Harrison

#11

Tiffany Ott Freshman - 5’2” Outfielder Broad Channel, NY/Archbishop Molloy

#16

Lauren Bell Freshman - 5’4” Infielder New Windsor, NY/Newburgh Free

#19

Victoria Pallesachi Freshman - 5’3” Catcher Glenville, NY/Burnt Hills

#20

Larissa Porcelli Freshman - 5’2” Infielder/Outfielder Yorktown Heights, NY/Yorktown

#30

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Nicole Schultheis Freshman - 5’3” Outfielder Bethpage, NY/Bethpage

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2008 SEASON STATISTICS

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Record: 29-19

Home: 14-6

2008 Northeast - 10 Softball Standings Conference W-L-T Le Moyne*^ 27-1 Bryant 23-5 Southern Connecticut 17-11 UMass Lowell 17-11 Pace 16-12 Saint Anslem 15-13 Stonehill 15-13 Saint Rose 14-14 Bentley 13-15 Southern New Hampshire 13-15 Assumption 11-17 American International 10-18 Merrimack 9-19 Franklin Pierce 8-20 Saint Michael’s 2-26

Overall W-L-T 46-11 30-16 25-26 24-25 29-19 21-18 23-20 17-22 20-24 17-22 15-15 19-24 9-27 9-33 8-29

*Northeast - 10 Regular Season Champions ^Northeast - 10 Tournament Champions

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Away: 14-13

Conference: 16-12


THE PACE RECORD BOOK CAREER LEADERS BATTING .453 .403 .387 .384 .368 .363 .360 .355 .351 .347 .347 .346 .342 .339 .337 .335 .331 .311

HITS Tess Bair Katie Holden Michele Montello Suzette Gehl Jackie Burd Sara Slivon Paula Santos Melanie Judson Kim Akers Christina Pane Jeanette Tierney Robyn Lukaszewski Angela Locsin Chris Montenegro Kelly Kinyon Sheila Mercado Jennifer Barnes Patricia Hurley Kelly O'Brien Dana Jo Ketchel

209 206 195 184 181 171 154 151 141 138 131 129 126 126 121 121 117 116 113 111

DOUBLES Tess Bair Katie Holden Suzette Gehl Jackie Burd Kim Akers Sara Slivon Melanie Judson Kelly Kinyon Lynn Reitzes Michele Montello Robyn Lukaszewski Angela Locsin Jeanette Tierney Maria Marchese Angela Occhipinti Paula Santos Cara Sadovsky

43 41 38 37 35 35 32 29 28 27 26 25 25 22 21 21 21

TRIPLES Katie Holden Paula Santos Michele Montello Robyn Lukaszewski Christina Pane

24 18 13 12 11

HOME RUNS Angela Locsin

22

Sara Slivon Jeanette Tierney Jackie Burd Tracy Blatney Paula Santos Tess Bair Katie Holden Melanie Judson Kim Akers Suzette Gehl Lynn Reitzes Robyn Lukaszewski

18 16 14 13 13 10 10 9 8 8 8 7

RBI Suzette Gehl Jackie Burd Katie Holden Michele Montello Angela Locsin Sara Slivon Jeanette Tierney Paula Santos Melanie Judson Robyn Lukaszewski Kim Akers Lynn Reitzes Tess Bair Dana Jo Ketchel Patricia Hurley Gail Gallagher Jo Marie Mariani Angela Occhipinti Michelle Brigham Aileen Rivera Heather Pizzuro Christina Pane Kelly O'Brien

119 115 100 100 99 99 96 85 83 79 78 74 64 58 56 56 51 50 50 48 46 45 45

GAMES PLAYED Tess Bair Jackie Burd Sheila Mercado Melanie Judson Kim Akers Sara Slivon Katie Holden Kelly Kinyon Robyn Lukaszewski Dana Jo Ketchel Michele Montello Angela Locsin Suzette Gehl Angela Occhipinti Carolyn Krause Chris Montenegro Jeanette Tierney Alton Frisbie Jennifer Barnes Jackie Ciofalo Paula Santos Jess Boylan Beth Munsinger

187 186 183 182 177 166 163 161 157 156 154 153 152 150 149 148 145 142 140 139 133 132 132

STOLEN BASES Katie Holden Michele Montello Tess Bair Christina Pane Gail Gallagher Sara Slivon Beth Munsinger

91 51 44 35 32 32 28

Jackie Ciofalo Erin Callihan Carolyn Krause Jennifer Barnes Paula Santos Mary Sheridan

26 23 21 21 21 20

BASES ON BALLS Jackie Burd Tess Bair Robyn Lukaszewski Katie Holden Aileen Rivera Angela Occhipinti Theresa Cangialosi Sheila Mercado Laurie Russo Gail Gallagher Maria Marchese Jamie Wallin Lori Brown

73 61 61 58 57 55 55 53 46 45 44 42 41

RUNS SCORED Katie Holden Tess Bair Michele Montello Sara Slivon Jackie Burd Robyn Lukaszewski Paula Santos Suzette Gehl Kim Akers Christina Pane Gail Gallagher Jennifer Barnes Chris Montenegro Carolyn Krause Angela Occhipinti Sheila Mercado Lynn Reitzes Jeanette Tierney Kelly Kinyon Erin Callihan Missy Murphy Jamie Wallin Melanie Judson Aileen Rivera Cara Sadovsky Lori Brown Angela Locsin

166 148 125 107 101 101 92 86 81 80 80 77 74 71 67 65 65 64 63 63 62 61 60 59 59 57 57

INNINGS PITCHED Angela Locsin Kim DePaola Jo Marie Mariani Kiryl Shada Stephanie Haddad Julia Hunt Robyn Lukaszewski Cara Sadovsky Sherry Robison Liz Verias Tracy Blatney Sharon Sullivan Jen Coppola Samantha Gentile

768.0 605.1 511.1 429.2 377.1 348.2 341.1 297.1 234.0 231.1 217.2 215.1 200.1 181.2

Jo Marie Mariani Stephanie Haddad Sherry Robison Sharon Sullivan Jen Coppola Cara Sadovsky Liz Verias Tracy Blatney Julia Hunt Samantha Gentile Robyn Lukaszewski

35 29 23 19 18 18 17 17 17 15 14

STRIKEOUTS Angela Locsin Kiryl Shada Kim DePaola Jo Marie Mariani Cara Sadovsky Stephanie Haddad Tracy Blatney Julia Hunt Sharon Sullivan Jen Coppola Liz Verias Robyn Lukaszewski Samantha Gentile

480 305 229 199 193 168 154 137 121 118 110 95 82

ERA (at least 2 seasons) Sharon Sullivan Angela Locsin Kim DePaola Tracy Blatney Cara Sadovsky Kiryl Shada Jo Marie Mariani Jen Coppola Sherry Robison Karla Diaz Stephanie Haddad

1.14 1.23 1.61 2.03 2.07 2.15 2.48 3.04 3.11 3.36 3.73

COMPLETE GAMES Angela Locsin Kim DePaola Jo Marie Mariani Kiryl Shada Stephanie Haddad Robyn Lukaszewski Julia Hunt Cara Sadovsky Sherry Robison Sharon Sullivan Liz Verias Tracy Blatney Samantha Gentile

91 75 74 54 47 43 39 39 30 28 26 25 24

SHUTOUTS Angela Locsin Kim DePaola Kiryl Shada Sharon Sullivan Stephanie Haddad Liz Verias Tracy Blatney Sherry Robison Cara Sadovsky Jo Marie Mariani Robyn Lukaszewski

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Gail Gallagher Suzette Gehl Michele Montello Katie Holden Erin Callihan Heather Pizzuro Kelly O'Brien Missy Murphy Paula Santos Cara Sadovsky Jamie Wallin Lynn Reitzes Tess Bair Sara Slivon Christina Pane Jackie Burd Angela Locsin Maria Marchese * - min. 150 at-bats

28 12 10 10 7 5 5 4 4 4 4

WINS Angela Locsin Kim DePaola Kiryl Shada

78 45 36

SAVES Angela Locsin Tracy Blatney Kim DePaola

9 5 3

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THE PACE RECORD BOOK

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TEAM•RECORDS BATTING Most At-Bats: 1,344 - 2003 Most Runs: 306 - 1999 Most Hits: 379 - 2003 Highest Batting Avg.: .327 - 1999 Most Doubles: 75 - 1999 Most Triples: 21 - 1994 Most Home Runs : 28 - 2002 Most RBI : 249 - 1999 Most Walks: 134 - 1983 Most Stolen Bases: 106 - 2000 Most Hits By Pitch: 25 - 1995 PITCHING Lowest ERA: 0.87 - 1989 Most shutouts: 13 - 2003 Most Strikeouts: 219 - 2003 FIELDING Highest Fielding Pct.: .968 - 2003 Most Errors: 116 - 1993 MISCELLANEOUS Most Victories in a Season: Most Consecutive Victories: Most Consecutive Victories to Start Season: Most Losses in a Season: Most Consecutive Losses: Most Consecutive Losses to Start Season: Largest Margin of Victory: Largest Margin of Shutout Victory: Largest Margin of Loss: Largest Margin of Shutout Loss: Most Consecutive Shutouts: Most Consecutive Shutouts Against: Most Runs Scored By Two Teams:

33- 2002 (33-17), 2003 (33-18) 11 - 2002 8 - 1999, 1989 31 - 1996 (8-31) 12 - 2007 8 - 2005 30 - Pace 30, Delaware St. 0 (3/16/96) 30 - Pace 30, Delaware St. 0 (3/16/96) 19 - Bridgeport 19, Pace 0 (1983) 19 - Bridgeport 19, Pace 0 (1983) 4 - 1999, 2003 3 - 2004, 2001, 1983 30 - Pace 18, Western Conn. St. 12 (1983); Pace 30, Delaware St. 0 (1996)

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Batting (.400 Club) 1. Paula Santos 2. Michele Montello 3. Christina Pane 4. Gail Gallagher 5. Mary Sheridan 6. Katie Holden 7. Michele Montello 8. Suzette Gehl Hits (50-Hit Club) 1. Christina Pane 2. Tess Bair 3. Sara Slivon 4. Paula Santos 5. Katie Holden 6. Michele Montello 7. Katie Holden 8. Tess Bair Erin Callihan 10. Michele Montello 11. Jackie Burd Doubles 1. Tess Bair 2. Sara Slivon Therese Raleigh 4. Melanie Judson 5. Lynn Reitzes Jackie Burd 6. Jeanette Tierney Katie Holden Angela Locsin 7. Six tied with 11 Triples 1. Paula Santos 2. Katie Holden 3. Katie Holden Michele Montello Robyn Lukaszewski Cara Sadovsky Christina Pane Home Runs 1. Sara Slivon 2. Angela Locsin Tracy Blatney 3. Paula Santos 4. Angela Locsin 5. Jeanette Tierney Suzette Gehl Jackie Burd Angela Locsin 6. Tess Bair Jeanette Tierney Kim Akers RBI 1. Suzette Gehl 2. Paula Santos 3. Jackie Burd 4. Sara Slivon 5. Angela Locsin 6. Jeanette Tierney 7. Jackie Burd 8. Jackie Burd 9. Katie Holden Tracy Blatney Angela Locsin Angela Locsin

Yr. 1995 1997 2008 1983 1983 2000 2000 1996 Yr. 2008 2003 2002 1995 1999 1999 2000 2002 1999 2000 2003 Yr. 2003 2002 1991 2003 1987 2005 2001 1999 2002

G 46 35 48 24 27 41 40 39 G 48 51 50 46 44 45 41 50 46 40 50 G 51 50 35 51 31 44 41 44 48

AB 136 109 162 74 84 138 130 124 H 71 67 62 61 59 58 57 56 56 53 52 2B 17 15 15 14 13 13 12 12 12

Yr. 1994 1999 2001 1999 1995 1991 2008 Yr. 2002 2003 1999 1995 2004 1999 1999 2002 2002 2003 2000 1999 Yr. 1999 1995 2003 2002 2003 1999 2002 2005 1999 1999 2002 2004

G 35 44 41 45 46 33 48 G 50 39 38 46 37 45 43 50 48 51 31 46 G 43 46 50 50 39 45 50 44 38 38 48 37

3B 9 8 6 6 6 6 6 HR 10 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 RBI 44 43 42 41 37 34 33 32 31 31 31 31

H 61 48 71 32 35 57 53 50

AVG. .449 .440 .438 .432 .417 .413 .408 .403

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Runs Scored 1. Katie Holden 2. Tess Bair Michele Montello 4. Erin Callihan 5. Christina Pane Sara Slivon 7. Jackie Burd Tess Bair Katie Holden 10. Katie Holden Stolen Bases 1. Katie Holden 2. Michele Montello 3. Katie Holden 4. Mary Sheridan 5. Diane O'Gull 6. Tami Rider 7. Christina Pane 8. Tess Bair Bases on Balls 1. Diane O'Gull 2. Karen Dalessio 3. Aileen Rivera 4. Jamie Wallin 5. Theresa Cangialosi 6. Maria Marchese 7. Tess Bair Victories 1. Angela Locsin 2. Angela Locsin 3. Angela Locsin 4. Kiryl Shada Kim DePaola 5. Kiryl Shada Jo Marie Mariani Kim DePaola Sharon Sullivan Kim DePaola 6. Jen Coppola Tracy Blatney Sherry Robison 7. Jo Marie Mariani Strike-Outs 1. Angela Locsin 2. Cara Sadovsky 3. Tracy Blatney 4. Jen Coppola 5. Tracy Blatney 6. Cara Sadovsky 7. Kiryl Shada 8. Kiryl Shada 9. Samantha Gentile 10. Kiryl Shada ERA 1. Sharon Sullivan 2. Kim DePaola 3. Angela Locsin 4. Angela Locsin 5. Cara Sadovsky 6. Kim DePaola 7. Angela Locsin 8. Jo Marie Mariani Innings Pitched 1. Angela Locsin 2. Kim DePaola 3. Angela Locsin 4. Jo Marie Mariani 5. Angela Locsin 6. Linda Haller 7. Kiryl Shada 8. Kiryl Shada 9. Kim DePaola Saves 1. Angela Locsin Angela Locsin 2. Tracy Blatney 3. Angela Locsin Tracy Blatney Liz Verias Kim DePaola Shutouts 1. Angela Locsin 2. Angela Locsin 3. Sharon Sullivan 4. Kim DePaola 5. Kiryl Shada Kim DePaola 6. Kim DePaola Angela Locsin Complete Games 1. Angela Locsin 2. Jo Marie Mariani 3. Angela Locsin 4. Kiryl Shada 5. Kiryl Shada Kim DePaola 6. Jo Marie Mariani 7. Sherry Robison Angela Locsin

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

G 44 51 45 46 48 50 50 50 41 37 G 41 40 44 27 25 24 36 44 G 25 23 31 39 28 30 44 Wins 27 22 19 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 11 11 11 10 IP 202.1 67 92 105.1 125.2 97 160.2 158.1 102 110.2 IP 114 131.2 188.1 202.1 67 214.1 265.0 68 IP 265.0 214.1 202.1 194.2 188.1 175 160.2 158.1 148 Sv. 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 ShO 11 9 7 6 5 5 4 4 CG 35 28 26 22 21 21 19 18 18

R 53 49 49 43 40 40 39 39 39 38 SB SB/G 45 1.10 25 .63 24 .55 14 .52 11 .44 10 .42 13 .36 15 .34 BB AVG. 26 1.04 18 .78 24 .77 27 .69 17 .61 18 .60 20 .46 Record 27-10 22-9 19-8 14-8 14-16 13-12 13-19 13-4-2 13-3-1 13-8 11-5 11-8 11-7 10-10 K K/G 171 5.92 52 5.43 69 5.25 73 4.85 85 4.74 63 4.55 116 4.46 103 4.29 60 4.12 86 4.10 ER ERA 9 0.55 17 0.91 27 1.00 30 1.04 13 1.36 42 1.37 53 1.40 14 1.44

Jackie Burd All-Time Career Leader in Bases on Balls. Ranks in the top 5 in hits, doubles, homeruns, RBI’s, runs scored and games played

Tess Bair All-Time Career Leader in hits, doubles, and games played. Ranks in the top 5 in runs scored and bases on balls.

Angela Locsin All-Time Career Leader in home runs, wins, saves, innings pitched, strikouts, shutouts and completed games.


A LL -T IME R ECORD (Y EAR -B Y-Y EAR ) Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Coach Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile

W 10 8 8 7 15 15 23 29 16 20 8 13 12 20

L 8 19 16 18 16 16 16 10 14 13 19 15 23 27

T

2

Pct. .556 .296 .333 .280 .484 .484 .590 .744 .533 .600 .296 .464 .343 .426

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals

Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile Claudia Stabile 27 Seasons

8 20 16 29 23 21 33 33 26 16 19 18 29 495

31 17 21 17 18 20 17 18 16 28 28 30 19 510

1

1 4

.205 .541 .432 .630 .561 .512 .660 .647 .619 .363 .404 .375 .604 .493

Team Championships: ECAC Mid-Atlantic Playoff Title, 2002 Empire State Conference Title, 1989 Hudson Valley Conference Regular Season & Playoff Title, 1987, 1988

Northeast-10 Pitcher of the Year: Angela Locsin, 2004

Katie Holden, 1999 (2nd Team) OF Katie Holden, 1998 (1st Team) OF

Northeast-10 Freshman of the Year: Angela Locsin, 2002

ECAC Tournament MVP: Angela Locsin, 2002

NE-10 All-Conference Team: Kiryl Shada, 2008 (2nd Team) P Christina Pane, 2008 (2nd Team) OF Pace Female Ahlete of the Year: Patricia Hurley, 2007 (3rd Team) 1B Angela Locsin, 2002-03 Carolyn Krause, 2006 (3rd Team) OF Suzette Gehl, 1998-99 Tess Bair, 2005 (2nd Team) SS Paula Santos, 1994-95 Angela Locsin, 2005 (3rd Team) SS Angela Locsin, 2004 (1st Team) P Pace Letterwinner of the Year: Angela Locsin, 2004 (2nd Team) DP Katie Holden, 2000-01 Melanie Judson, 2004 (2nd Team) 1B Tess Bair, 2004 (2nd Team) SS Pace Award of Valor: Jackie Ciofalo, 2004 (3rd Team) OF Tracy Blatney, 1999-2000 Jackie Burd, 2003 (1st Team) C Tess Bair, 2003 (2nd Team) SS GTE/Verizon Academic AllMelanie Judson, 2003 (2nd Team) 1B American Team: Angela Locsin, 2003 (3rd Team) P Katie Holden, 2000 (2nd Team) Sheila Mercado, 2003 (3rd Team) 3B OF Angela Locsin, 2002 (1st Team) P Erin Callihan, 1999 (2nd Team) Jackie Burd, 2002 (1st Team) C OF Sara Slivon, 2002 (2nd Team) OF Erin Callihan, 1998 (1st Team) OF Tess Bair, 2002 (3rd Team) SS Katie Holden, 2001 (1st Team) OF Verizon Academic All-District Melanie Judson, 2001 (2nd Team) 1B Team: Katie Holden, 2000 (1st Team) OF Tess Bair, 2003 (3rd Team) INF Michele Montello, 2000 (2nd Team) 2B NFCA All-American Team: Sara Slivon, 2000 (2nd Team) OF Katie Holden, 2000 (3rd Team) OF Suzette Gehl, 1999 (1st Team) C Michele Montello, 1999 (2nd Team) Northeast-10 Player of the Year: 2B Angela Locsin, 2004

2002 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Mid-Atlantic Tournament Champions

NFCA Northeast Region Division II Softball Team: Angela Locsin, 2003 (2nd Team) P Angela Locsin, 2002 (1st Team) P Jackie Burd, 2002 (1st Team) C Sara Slivon, 2002 (2nd Team) OF Kari Diaz, 2002 (2nd Team) UT Katie Holden, 2000 (1st Team) OF Michelle Montello, 2000 (2nd Team) 2B Suzette Gehl, 1999 (1st Team) C Michelle Montello, 1999 (2nd Team) 2B Suzette Gehl, 1998 (1st Team) C Michelle Montello, 1998 (2nd Team) 2B Jamie Wallin, 1997 (2nd Team) UT ECAC/Reebok Division II North All-Star Team: Jackie Burd, 2003 (Hon. Men.) C Angela Locsin, 2002 Jackie Burd, 2002 Katie Holden, 2001 (2nd Team) Katie Holden, 2000 Suzette Gehl, 1999 Katie Holden, 1998 Suzette Gehl, 1998 Paula Santos, 1994

NYCAC All-Conference Team: Michelle Montello, 1997 (1st Team) OF Suzette Gehl, 1997 (2nd Team) Jamie Wallin, 1997 (2nd Team) Paula Santos, 1995 Paula Santos, 1994 Paula Santos, 1993 Cara Sadovsky, 1991 Missy Murphy, 1990 Sherry Robinson, 1990 Hudson Valley AllConference Team: Kim DePaola, 1988 Aileen Rivera, 1988 Kelly O’Brien, 1988 Laura Neumann, 1987 Lynn Reitzes, 1987 Aileen Rivera, 1987 Kelly O’Brien, 1987 Linda Haller, 1984 Linda Haller, 1983 Gail Gallagher, 193 Mary Sheridan, 1983 Gail Gallagher, 1982 Daktronics Softball All-American Team Christina Pane, 2008 (3rd Team) OF Daktronics Softball Northeast All-Region Team Christina Pane, 2008 (1st Team) OF

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Angela Locsin 2002 ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament MVP

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GOLDSTEIN FITNESS CENTER

Construction on the Goldstein Fitness Center began on the Pleasantville campus on March 29, 2001 and was completed in fall, 2002. The beautiful facility boasts a 2,400-seat arena, eightlane swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness/weight room, aerobics room, walking/jogging track, training facility, concession stand, VIP room, equipment room, locker rooms, scoreboards and message center, athletics department offices and offices of the university's health care unit. The Goldstein Fitness Center contains 75,000-square feet of space that is home to five Pace Univeristy athletic teams (women’s volleyball, men's and women's basketball and men’s and women’s swimming & diving). The facility also gives Pace students an opportunity to compete in intramurals and recreation, aerobics and dance classes in addition to varsity sports. Memberships for use of the facility are available to faculty, staff and community members and can be purchased by calling 914-773-3275 or by stopping by the athletics offices on the main floor.

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The Ann & Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness and Recreation Center is the home of the Pace University athletic department.

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PACE ATHLETICS STAFF

STEPHEN J. FRIEDMAN President

MIKE WINN Assoc. A.D., Operations

JAYSON SMIKLE Asst. A.D., Compliance

MICHELLE TOZZI Athletics Business Manager/ SWA

JOHN TAGLIAFERRI Sports Information Director

NOWALLAH JAMES Equipment Manager

JR POUNCEY Director of Intramurals & Recreation /Facility Manager

ADRIENNE SANCHEZ Admin. Assistant

MIKE BOHLANDER Fitness Director/ Strength & Conditioning Coach

ANTHONY RAMOS Marketing/ Promotions Coordinator

MATT FARHADI Sports Information Assistant

Stephen J. Friedman became president of Pace University on June 4, 2007.

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Friedman is a former senior partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLC, commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission, deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury, executive vice president at The Equitable Companies Incorporated and the E.F. Hutton Group Inc., and U.S. Supreme Court law clerk. He has been an active leader in the nonprofit world. Friedman served for three years as dean of Pace University School of Law prior to being named president by the Pace University Board of Trustees. During his tenure as dean, the Law School’s bar pass rate was the highest in more than a decade; the school’s national rankings improved; and in 2006 more than 91 percent of Pace Law School’s recent graduates reported full-time employment within nine months of graduation. Prior to becoming dean, Friedman was a senior partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, where he served as cochairman of the firm’s corporate department from 1993 to 2000. Before he rejoined Debevoise in 1993, Friedman was executive vice president and general counsel of The Equitable Companies Incorporated and its subsidiary, The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Before joining Equitable in 1988, Friedman was executive vice president of the E.F. Hutton Group Inc. (1986–1988) and a partner at Debevoise.

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Friedman also has served as a commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission (1980–1981), deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury for Capital Markets Policy (1978–1979), special assistant to the U.S. Maritime Administrator (1964–1965), and law clerk to Justice William J. Brennan Jr. of the United States Supreme Court (1963–1964). Friedman is chairman emeritus of American Ballet Theatre. He also serves as president and a trustee of the Practising Law Institute, chairman and trustee of the Asian University for Women Support Foundation, and he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. In addition, Dean Friedman has served as chairman of the Overseas Development Council and chairman of the Securities Regulation Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and as a member of the ABA Special Committee on Lawyers’ Political Contributions. He has served as a board member of CCL Industries Inc., Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, ConRail, The National Association of Securities Dealers, the Chicago Board Options Exchange and Foundation, and United Way of New York City.

BARRY MORIARTY Head Athletic Trainer

DR. LESTER MAYERS Team Physician

DANA WASSERMAN

LORISHA RAYNOR

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Grad. Asst. Athletic Trainer

COACHING STAFF

Friedman received his AB magna cum laude in 1959 from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and his JD magna cum laude in 1962 from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of Harvard Law Review and a recipient of the Sears Prize. HENRY MANNING Head Coach Baseball

JIM HARTER Head Coach Men’s Basketball

CARRIE SEYMOUR Head Coach Women’s Basketball

SARAH DWYERSHICK

MIKE IEZZI Head Coach Football

DAVE CARTY Head Coach Lacrosse

Head Coach Women’s Soccer

FRANK GRANIERO Head Coach Golf

JOSEPH O’DONNELL Director of Athletics Joe O’Donnell enters his 12th year at Pace as the University’s Director of Athletics. O’Donnell’s responsibilities include the overall management and operation of Pace University’s Division II athletics program that hosts 21 intercollegiate sports. O’Donnell also oversees the intramural and recreational programs on the University’s Pleasantville and Manhattan campuses.

KRISTY SANTOIANNI Head Coach Head Coach Cheerleading Equestrian

During his time at Pace O’Donnell has overseen the renovation of Howard Johnson Hall on Pace’s Briarcliff campus, which hosts several coaches, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a training room. In addition, Pace also opened the Ann & Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness & Recreation Center. O’Donnell is also responsible for the initiation of the Pace Athletic Hall of Fame and Setter Club booster organization. Prior to Pace, O’Donnell held the postion of Director of Athletics at The American University in Washington, D.C. and Assistant Athletic Director at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas and LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has also worked for the Department of Recreation in Philadelphia and was a varsity soccer coach and social studies teacher at Father Judge High School in Philadelphia. O’Donnell currently resides in Ossining, NY with his wife Marie.

WILLIAM NATLO Head Coach M/W Swimming & Diving

RICH CORSETTI Head Coach M/W Tennis

DAN ALTRO Head Coach Women’s Volleyball

CLAUDIA STABILE Head Coach Softball

PACE ATHLETICS QUICK REFERENCE DIRECTORY Joseph O’Donnell 914-773-3481 Mike Winn 914-773-3272 Jayson Smikle 914-773-3797 Michelle Tozzi 914-773-3650 John Tagliaferri 914-773-3888 JR Pouncey 914-773-3275 Now-Allah James 914-773-3283 Barry Moriarty 914-773-3998 Adrienne Sanchez 914-773-3412 Athletics Directory 914-773-3411


2009 Pace University Softball Roster


# 10

MISSY DUBEY SENIOR - INFIELDER

# 24

TRICIA ALLUTTO SENIOR - CATCHER

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