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Francis Marion University

2011 Patriot Softball


FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL GUIDE INFORMATION FMU FACTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Location ............................................. Florence, SC 29502-0547 Address .............................................................. PO Box 100547 Founded .............................................................................. 1970 Enrollment .......................................................................... 4,032 President ............................................................. Dr. Fred Carter Athletic Affiliation ................................................ NCAA Division II Conference Affiliation ............................. Peach Belt Conference Nickname ........................................................................ Patriots Colors ............................................................... Red, White, Blue Home Court ........ FMU Softball Field (cap. 200) 190 / 220 / 190 Athletic Director .................................................... Murray Hartzler Senior Women’s Administrator.................................Teresa Ramey Athletic Trainers .................................. Spyder Webb, Joe Cauble Team Doctors .............................................. Dr. Robert W. Moore Compliance Officer ................................................. Jason Orning Faculty Athletic Representative ........................... Dr. Allen Clabo Athletic Office ......Phone (843) 661-1240......Fax (843) 661-4645 Head Softball Coach ............................................. Stacey Vallee Telephone........ Office (843) 661-1238 Cell (843) 230-4076 Softball E-mail Address ............................ svallee@fmarion.edu Assistant Coaches ....................... Amanda Player, Lee Negrelli Telephone...Office (843) 661-4623 E-Mail Addresses..aplayer@fmarion.edu..lnegrelli@fmarion.edu Sports Information Director ......................... Michael G. Hawkins Telephone .... Office (843) 661-1222 Home (843) 665-9248 Sports Information FAX Number ........................ (843) 661-1219 SID E-Mail Address ............................. mhawkins@fmarion.edu University Website Address..................................www.fmarion.edu University Athletic Website Address ........... www.fmupatriots.com

Quick Facts 1 2011 Schedule 2 2011 Team Roster 3 2011 Team Outlook 4 Coaching Staff 5-6 Player Profiles 7-13 2010 Statistics 14 2010 Game Results 15 FMU Softball Field 16 Peach Belt Conference Information 16 2010 PBC Standings 16 Program Highlights 17 All-Time Series Records 18 Records and Year-By-Year Team Records 19 2011 Patriot Invitational Tournament schedule 22

Francis Marion University placed 92 student athletes, including 12 softball players, on last year’s Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll (minimum 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale during the academic year), 51 percent of all our student athletes. FMU also placed 92 student athletes (15 softball players) on its own Fall 2010 Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll.

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2011 FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL SCHEDULE Date Feb. 5-6 Feb. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 Mar. 5-6 Mar. 5 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 6 Mar. 9 Mar. 11-13 Mar. 11 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 13 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 26 Apr. 2 Apr. 6 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 15-17 May 13-15 May 20-21 May 26-30

Sat. Sat. Sun. Sun. Sun. Wed. Sat. Sun. Tue. Sat. Tue. Thur. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sun. Wed. Fri. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sun. Wed. Thur. Sun. Wed. Thur. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sun.

Opponent at Early Bird Tournament vs Chowan University vs Erskine College vs Barton College vs University of Charleston (WV) Lenoir-Rhyne University (DH) at Wingate University (DH) at Ga. Southwestern St. Univ. (DH) * at Columbus State University (DH) * Mount Olive College (DH) at Georgia College (DH) * at Limestone College (DH) USC Aiken (DH) * at Mid-South Classic vs Carson-Newman College vs Le Moyne College (NY) vs Glenville State College vs Lincoln Memorial University St. Andrews Presbyterian Coll. (DH) Patriot Invitational Tournament Coker College Hillsdale College Catawba College Brevard College Rollins College Barton College at Carson-Newman College (DH) at Lincoln Memorial University (DH) at Queens University of Charlotte (DH) Augusta State University (DH) * at Lander University (DH) * at North Georgia Coll. & St. Univ. (DH) * Armstrong Atlantic State Univ. (DH) * UNC Pembroke (DH) * Flagler College (DH) * Pfeiffer University (DH) ^ Peach Belt Conference Tournament NCAA II Southeast Regionals NCAA II Southeast Super Regional NCAA II National Finals

* Peach Belt Conference Game

Time 12:00 2:00 12:00 2:00 1:00 1:30 1:00 12:00 1:00 12:00 1:30 1:00 11 am 3:00 9 am 11 am 1:00 3:00 5:00 11 am 1:00 11 am 1:00 2:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 1:00 1:00 1:30 1:00 1:00 TBA TBA TBA TBA

+ at Freedom Florence Softball Complex

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Site Aiken, SC

FLORENCE Wingate, NC Americus, GA Columbus, GA FLORENCE Milledgeville, GA Gaffney, SC FLORENCE Spartanburg, SC

FLORENCE FLORENCE +

Jefferson City,TN Harrogate, TN Charlotte, NC FLORENCE Greenwood, SC Dahlonega, GA FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE + TBA TBA Salem, VA ^ Senior Day


2011 FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL ROSTER No. 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 14 17 18 19 21 22 23 24

Name Pos. Tricia Sizemore OF Lindsey Brown SS-3B Sara Broderick OF-SS Taylor Luff P-OF Jessica Hogan SS-3B Murphy McConnell LHP Megann Sallinger 1B-OF Olivia Ferguson C-OF Carson Summersett 3B Tristan Faile 1B-3B Cea Knox P-UT Kayla Bowie OF-2B Destinea Schneider OF Kerri Jackson RHP Ashley Jaramillo 2B-UT Olivia Zielinski OF-2B Chelle Phillips OF-2B Brooke Barnhill OF Ashleigh Sammut OF-1B Kayla Ellingsen RHP

Ht. 5-6 5-4 5-0 5-8 5-4 5-9 5-11 5-6 5-4 5-7 5-9 5-2 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-6

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

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

Hometown (High School/Last School)) Summerville, SC (Summerville HS) Concord, NC (Central Cabarrus HS) Sunrise, FL (South Plantation HS) Bonneau, SC (Berkeley HS) Asheboro, NC (Florence-Darlington Tech) Milton, GA (Milton HS) Marietta, GA (Gulf Coast Comm. College) Roanoke, VA (Cave Spring HS) Florence, SC (West Florence HS) Lancaster, SC (Andrew Jackson HS) Myrtle Beach, SC (USC Salkehatchie) Myrtle Beach, SC (Myrtle Beach HS) Jacksonville, FL (Tallahassee Comm. Coll.) Chesterfield, SC (Chesterfield HS) Canyon Country, CA (Golden Valley HS) Greenville, SC (JL Mann HS) Waukee, IA (Indian Hills CC-Ottumwa) Mauldin, SC (Mauldin HS) Brampton, Ontario, Canada (Univ. of Mobile) Venice, FL (State College of Florida)

HEAD COACH: Stacey Vallee ASSISTANT COACHES Amanda Player, Lee Negrelli AD: Murray Hartzler ATHLETIC TRAINERS: Spyder Webb, Joe Cauble SID: Michael G. Hawkins

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2011 SEASON OUTLOOK

New Faces abound for 2011 Patriots Francis Marion University will open its 2011 softball season this weekend with four games at the Early Bird Tournament in Aiken at Citizens Park playing four games in two days. The Patriots will play their home opener on Feb. 13 against Lenoir-Rhyne University at 1 p.m. on the FMU Softball Field. The Patriots' 52-game schedule includes nine home doubleheaders and the annual Patriot Invitational Tournament and the Peach Belt Conference Tournament, both to be hosted at the Freedom Florence Softball Complex. Seventh-year FMU head coach Stacey Vallee welcomes back nine letterwinners, including five position starters, and one starting pitcher, from the 2010 squad that finished 36-16 and earned the program’s second NCAA Division II National Tournament invitation in three seasons. The Patriots advanced to the championship game of both the Peach Belt Conference Tournament and the NCAA Dahlonega Southeast Regional. Leading the returnees is All-Region outfielder Chelle Phillips (.349, 47 runs, 2 HRs, 31 RBI), All-Conference second baseman Ashley Jaramillo (.323, 5 HRs, 43 RBI), and All-PBC centerfielder Destinea Schneider (.350, 11-15 SBs). Phillips was also recently named to the preseason All-PBC squad. Senior right-hander Cea Knox returns on the mound. In 23 contests last season, Knox was 14-6 with a 3.33 earned run average. Sophomore lefty Murphy

McConnell, who appeared in four games last season, also returns from last year’s pitching staff. However, the Patriots must replace career record-setting lefty pitcher and designated hitter Michaela Wolf and four-year standouts Jessica Birchmeier (LF) and Kat Beauvais (3B). Wolf, a four-time 20game winner, left owning nearly every Patriot pitching mark. Vallee knows that filling that void will not be easy. “No one player is going to replace Michaela. What we must do as team is replace her numbers. That includes wins and innings on the mound and key hits at the plate. And, this means every spot 2011 PBC Softball Preseason Coaches’ Poll 1. North Georgia (10) 100 2. AASU 81 3. Francis Marion (1) 73 4. Augusta State 70 5. Flagler 66 6. UNC Pembroke 54 7. USC Aiken 50 8. Columbus State 42 9. Lander 37 10. Georgia College 19 11. Ga. Southwestern 13 in the line-up. We return a good core of starters and several newcomers who will step in and contribute immediately.” Shortstop Jessica Hogan is back for her senior season after starting 50 of 52 games in 2010. Sophomore Olivia Ferguson returns behind the plate after a productive freshman campaign that saw her bat .260 with a .367 on-base percentage while starting all but one contest. Sophomore outfielder Tristan Faile returns, but will likely move to the infield – possibly third base. Faile’s freshman year – during which she hit .286 – was cut short by an injury after 15 games. Phillips, who ranked 89th nationally in runs scored per game (0.90) last year, will likely move from right to left field. Sophomore Ashleigh Sammut, a transfer from the University of Mobile that attended FMU last season but sat out, will 4

patrol right field. Sammut is one of 12 newcomers, a group that consists of nine freshmen and three transfers. Junior Megann Sallinger, a transfer from Gulf Coast Community College, will be the probable starter at first base, while local product Carson Summersett (West Florence High School) may open the year at the designated hitter position. Among the other newcomers most likely to contribute to the Patriot attack early this season are freshmen outfielders Brooke Barnhill (Mauldin, SC) and Olivia Zielinski (Greenville, SC) and freshmen infielders Lindsey Brown (Concord, NC) and Sara Broderick (Sunrise, FL). Vallee hinted that either Knox or junior righty Kayla Ellingsen would start on the mound for Saturday’s season opener. Ellingsen recorded a 19-8 mark with a 2.30 ERA last season at the State College of Florida, while also logging an impressive 210 innings. “We are anxious to get the season started,” Vallee said. We are ready to face someone else’s pitcher instead of playing amongst ourselves. It will be exciting to see how this incoming class can mesh with the returnees and form a cohesive group that we hope will battle for the Peach Belt title and a berth in the NCAA Tournament.” Knox, Ferguson, and Faile were among six players from last year’s squad to earn NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete recognition in 2010, and the Patriots received an NFCA All-Academic Team award for 2010, the fifth consecutive year FMU has earned that honor (and seventh time in the past 11 years). Francis Marion has won at least 30 games in 12 of the last 14 season.


FMU SOFTBALL HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH Stacey Vallee

36 wins was at that time the fourth-most in the program's history. Six of the Patriots' 10 losses were by one run. The 2005 team spent three weeks ranked in the NFCA Top 25 poll, reaching as high as the 10th position. Francis Stacey Vallee is in her sevMarion was ranked in the top 20 nationally for three staenth season as head coach tistical categories at the end of the season, and was for the Patriot women's soft27th in won-loss percentage. ball program. She has comHer six FMU teams have produced 14 All-Conpiled a 204-97 record in her ference selections, 10 All-Region selections, two NFCA six seasons on the Patriot All-America selections, and 43 NFCA All-America Scholarbench, including five 30-win Athletes. Her 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 squads campaigns. each earned All-Academic Team honors from the NFCA. Last season, she diIn 2007, the Patriots ranked 10th among Division II prorected the Patriots to a 36grams (and 22nd among all four-year schools) with a 16 record and the 3.470 cumulative grade-point average. program’s second NCAA Tournament bid in three years. Vallee came to Francis Marion in 2004 from Saint FMU also made its first-ever appearance in the Peach Leo University, a member of the NCAA Division II SunBelt Conference Tournament championship game, and shine State Conference, where she spent four seasons advanced to the title game of the NCAA Dahlonega (Southas an assistant coach. The Lions posted a 135-88 mark east) Regional. The Patriots ranked 57th in Division II in during those four years, including a national tournament fielding percentage (.962), 67th in earned run average appearance in 2002. She also served as the university's (2.63), 77th in scoring (5.08 runs/game), and 83rd in assistant trainer and taught as an instructor during the batting average (.301). 2003-04 year, and worked as an assistant strength and In 2009, Francis Marion ended the season with a conditioning coach for two seasons. 32-19 record, and narrowly missed earning an at-large A native of St. Louis, Mo., Vallee was as an asbid to the NCAA Tournament. The Patriots were ranked sistant coach at Florissant Valley Community College highly in several national cartegories: 33rd in earned run during the fall of 2000, after having served as player/ average (1.97), 81st in batting average (.293), and 98th head coach of the Pulheim Gophers during the spring in scoring (4.67 runs per game). and summer of 2000. In 2008, Vallee guided the Patriots to their most A 1999 graduate of Barry University with a B.S. successful season since the program moved from NAIA degree in sports medicine and athletic training, she was affiliation to NCAA Division II membership. FMU ended a four-year starter at third base. She helped lead the the season ranked fifth in the final NFCA Top 25 poll with Buccaneers to the Division II tournament each of her a 39-16 record, the third-highest win total in team hisfour years, including a second-place finish in 1998. She tory. The Patriots earned their first-ever bid to the Diviended her career third on the team's games played list. sion II tournament, won the South Atlantic Regional, and She was married during the summer of 2006, advanced to the Division II national finals (Elite Eight) in and she gave birth to her first child (Ryker) during the Houston, Texas. The season also featured the program's 2008 season. Her husband Greg works with the South first appearance on national TV (CBS College Sports). Carolina United Football Club (CUFC). In 2007, she directed FMU to a 34-16 record and Vallee spent four years (2005-09) as a member a tie for fifth-place in the PBC regular-season standings. of the NFCA Division II Top 25 committee. She is a memFor a third time in three years under her guidance, the ber of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, the Patriots narrowly missed earning a bid to the Division II National Strength and Conditioning Association, the NaTournament. The Patriots ended the 2006 year with a tional Council on Strength and Fitness, and the National 27-16 record, were sixth during the PBC regular season, Athletic Trainers Association. She is a certified strength and were ranked eighth in the South Atlantic Region poll. and conditioning specialist, a certified personal trainer, During a successful first season (2005) at FMU, and a certified athletic trainer. she guided the Patriots to a 36-14 record and a fifthVallee is the ninth head coach in the 33-year place finish during the Peach Belt regular season. The history of the FMU softball program. The program boasts an all-time mark of 925-561-3 Stacey Johnson Vallee’s Coaching Resume (.622 winning percentage), including five naYears Title (Head Coach) School tional tournament appearances in the 1980s 2000 Player / Head Coach Pulheim (Germany) Gophers and two recently in 2008 and 2010. 2000 Assistant Coach Florissant Valley Community College 2001-04 Assistant Coach Saint Leo University 2005-11 Head Coach Francis Marion University 5


FMU ASSISTANT COACHES

Amanda Player

Lee Negrelli

Amanda Player, a native of Lake City, begins her second year as an assistant coach with the Patriot program.

Lee Negrelli, a native of Mentor, Ohio, enters her second season on the Patriot staff as an assistant coach.

Her duties include on-field coaching and helping in the areas of recruiting and academics.

Her duties include on-field coaching and helping in the areas of recruiting and travel arrangements. She is also charged with coordinating much of the on-line video content for the FMU website.

Prior to coming to FMU, she worked for several years with the Grand Strand Family YMCA, while serving as an assistant coach with the Myrtle Beach High School varsity softball team. She helped resurrect the Lady Seahawks' program. She also spent the first part of 2009 serving as the tournament area director for the World Fastpitch Connection in Myrtle Beach.

Negrelli spent the 2009 season as an assistant coach at Mount Union College in Ohio. The Purple Raiders compiled a 28-16 record. Prior to joining the coaching staff, Negrelli was a fouryear letterwinner for Mount Union, earning All-OAC and All-Central Region honors in 2008, and twice gaining Academic All-OAC recognition (2006 and 2008). As a . senior, she batted .389 with a team-leading 12 stolen bases while leading the Purple Raiders to a schoolrecord 38 victories, an OAC Tournament title, and an NCAA Tournament appearance. Mount Union averaged 31 wins per season during her four years.

Player earned the B.S. degree from Coastal Carolina University, graduating magna cum laude. She is currently working toward a master's in sports management degree through the California University of Pennsylvania. She served as a student assistant coach at Coastal Carolina during the 2005 season, during which the Chanticleers went 24-25 and finished fourth in the Big South Conference. She has also worked with the City of Myrtle Beach Cultural and Leisure Services department as a youth programs assistant.

She earned a bachelor's degree in sport management from Mount Union in 2008. She has worked as a sports nutrition consultant for the past year, and was a personal trainer and Youth Fitness Coordinator at the Alliance (Ohio) Family YMCA.

Player is a graduate of Lake City High School, where she was a four-year letterwinner on the softball diamond. She earned All-Region honors and was selected to play in the North-South All-Star contest.

Lee Negrelli Quick Facts Personal Information Hometown: Mentor, Ohio High School: Mentor High School College: Mount Union College, 2008 (bachelors degree in sport business)

Family Status: Single Amanda Player Quick Facts Personal Information Hometown: Lake City, S.C. High School: Lake City High School College: Coastal Carolina University, 2005 (bach-

Athletic Trainer Joe Cauble

elors degree in physical education, magna cum laude)

Family Status: Single

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MEET THE 2011 PATRIOTS

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TRICIA SIZEMORE OF, B/R, 5’6”, Fr., Summerville, SC

FMU: First-year player....Good speed......Switch hitter.....Power from the right size, slap power from the left side....In-state product.....Good arm.....Gives depth to outfield....Eager to learn and get better....PERSONAL: Born Patricia A. Sizemore in Charleston, SC....Graduated from Summerville High School, where she played for coach Heather Tucker....2009 8-AAAA AllRegion Team....Also played for the South carolina Hurricanes 18 & Under squad....Hobbies include spending time with my family and hanging out with my friends....Nickname is Tricia....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Manny Ramirez, (team) Boston Red Sox, (movie) The Hangover, (TV Show) House, (food) Fried chicken, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) talking to friends, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Acoustic, rap and a little country.. MAJOR: Psychology.

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LINDSEY BROWN SS-3B, R/R, 5’4”, Fr., Concord, N.C.

FMU: First-year player....Bright future....Contact hitter....Has some speed....Very aggressive, intelligent player....Looking for big things from her....PERSONAL: Born Lindsey Carol Brown in Concord, NC....Graduated from Central Cabarrus High School and played for coach Doug Buckwell.....SPC Player of the Year....As a senior, batted .436 with 11 RBIs, 11-12 SBs and helped Vikings to a 19-8 record and second round of 3A playoffs....All-State....3-time AllConference....Miss Central Cabarrus and runner-up Miss Homecoming....Batted .436 as a unior with 22 SBs....Fellowship of Christian Athletes, student council, National Technical Honor Society, Healthy Cabarrus County Tenn Task Force....Also played for Carolina Curve.....Hobbies include swimming, four-wheeling, and buying rings....Nicknames are Brownie and Brown.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Dustin Pedroia, (teams) Atlanta Braves, Boston Red Sox, (movie) Jim Carey movies, (TV Shows) Make It or Brake It, Jersey Shore, and Secret Life, (food) Macaroni and cheese, (Favorite on-line activity) Facebook, (FMU) The Grille and the history of FMU, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Every kind of music.....MAJOR: Early Childhood Education.

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SARA BRODERICK OF-SS, L/R, 5’0”, Fr., Sunrise, Fla.

FMU: First-year player....Good speed....Great attitude....Very versatile, can play 3B-SSOF....Has experience batting lead-off....Loves FMU and can’t wait to start....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011....PERSONAL: Born Sara Alexandra Broderick in Sunrise, Fla.....Graduated from South Plantation High School, where she played for coach Robyn Handler......Batted .507 with21 stolen bases and a .633 on-base percentage....First-team AllCounty 2010....State champs 2010....Miami Herald All Broward second-team 2009....Team MVP 2009....All-Broward County honorable mention 2008....Top 10 finish at 2010 Nationals....Played for West Pines Diamond Dusters-Pugh.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athletes) Caitlin Lowe, Brian McCann, (teams) Atlanta Braves, New York Giants, (movie) The Proposal, (TV Show) Friends, (food) Italian, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) Skype, (FMU) My roommate and the school environment, (What's in my iPOD/CD) A little bit of everything......MAJOR: Political Science.

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TAYLOR LUFF RHP-OF, R/R, 5’8”, Fr., Bonneau, S.C.

FMU: First-year player....Adds versatility to roster....True utility player....Can also catch behind the plate....Brings a big stick to the game....Promosing future....PERSONAL: Born Taylor Marie Luff in Moncks Corner, SC......Graduated from Berkeley High School, where she played for coaches Jesse Abrams and Becky Ellison.....Father played professional basketball and grandfather played professional baseball....Attended same high school as USC starting point guard Bruce Ellington....Met Dwayne Wade and the head coach of the Miami Heat.....Hobbies include playing softball and fishing....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Jayson Heyward, (team) Atlanta Braves, (movie) The Ugly Truth, (TV Show) Sportscenter, (food) Chicken, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) Talking to friends, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Everything, but Rock music.....MAJOR: Pre-Med.

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JESSICA HOGAN SS-3B, R/R, 5’4”, Sr., Asheboro, N.C.

FMU: Returning starter at FMU.....One of 3 seniors on 2011 roster....Started all but two games in 2010....Second on the team in 2010 in doubles and sacrifice bunts....Had 6 multi-hit games....Recorded a 6-game hitting streak.....Transfer from Florence-Darlington Technical College....Played freshman year at Peace College....Experience as lead-off batter....Adds consistency at the plate and in the field....FDTC: Batted .407 with 32 runs, 13 2Bs, 18 RBIs, 23 SBs, .470 OB%, .964 FLD%....NJCAA Region X All-Conference Team (1st team), AllTournament Team....Team MVP after helping Stingers to 26-13 record....PEACE COLLEGE: Hit .317 in 2008 with 32 runs, 8 2Bs, 1 HR, 22 RBIs....Defensive Player of the Year for a 27-17 Pacer squad ....Nickname is Jeca.....PERSONAL: Born Jessica Michelle Hogan in Asheboro, N.C.....Attended Southwestern Randolph High School, where she played for coach Steve Taylor.....Hobbies include basketball and tennis....Nickname is Jeca.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Jennie Finch, (team) Duke Blue Devils, (movie) The Crazies, (TV show) Intervention, (food) Chicken, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) Craigs list, (FMU) The campus, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Rap, country, R&B, pop, and alternative....MAJOR: Psychology. YEAR 2010 2008 Total

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G-GS 51-50 44-44 95-94

AB 147 120 267

R 20 32 52

H 31 38 69

2B 10 8 18

3B 1 0 1

HR 0 1 1

RBI 15 22 37

AVG .211 .317 .258

SB-SBA 4-4 9-11 13-15

FLD% .927 .917 .922

MURPHY McCONNELL LHP, L/L, 5’9”, So., Milton, Ga.

FMU: Returning letterwinner.....Gained valuable experience last year as a freshman....Another versatile addition to the Patriot roster....Can pitch and play first base....Throws a variety of pitches....Has power and movement on the mound....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2010....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011, 2010....PERSONAL: Born Murphy Lynn McConnell in Charlotte, N.C.......Attended Milton High School, where she played under the direction of head coach Melanie Mosteller.....Her eyes change color....Once met Cat Osterman, Jennie Finch, and Natasha Watley...Michael Jordan held her when she was young....Has had 2 knee surgeries....Here eyes change colors....Once met Michael Jordan and Big & Rich....Hobbies include wakeboarding and making people laugh....Nickname is Murph.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athletes) Cat Osterman, Jamie Holmes, Laura Hauff , (teams) Atlanta Braves, Boston Red Sox, UGA Football, (movies) Cool Hand Luke, Dukes of Hazzard, Mean Girls, and Boondock Saints, (TV shows) Pretty Little Liars, Jersey Shore, Rookie Blue, (foods) Mangos, kiwi, Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia ice cream, (Favorite website) Textsfromlastnight.com, (Favorite on-line activity) Facebook creeping, (FMU) The people, student-athletes, and the campus , (What's in my iPOD/CD) Everything, but opera.....MAJOR: Biology. YEAR 2010

G-GS 10-1

AB 10

YEAR 2010

W-L-S 0-1-0

ERA GP-GS 2.00 4-1

8

R 1

H 2

2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 1

AVG SB-SBA FLD% .200 0-0 1.000

CG SHO 0 0

K 4

INN 7.0

BB 7


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MEGANN SALLINGER 1B-OF, R/R, 5’11”, Jr., Marietta, Ga.

FMU: First-year player at FMU.....Transfer from Gulf Coast Community College....Probable starter at 1B....Brings with her knowledge of the college game....Power bat....Good size....JUCO: In 2010 batted .331 with 8 2Bs, 4 3Bs, 3 HRs, 24 RBIs....PERSONAL: Born Megann Joan Sallinger in Austell, GA ....Graduated from Furtah Prep High School, where she played for coach Eugene Fries.....2007 All-County and All-State....Team MVP 2007....2006 All-State for basketball....member of the Beta Club....Hobbies include fishing, tennis, and canoeing.....Father played in the New York Mets farm system from 1973-1975, reaching as high as Double-A.....Sister (Jessica Sallinger) plays for the Chicago Bandits....Took photo with then Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.....Nicknames are Meg, Salli, Red, and Franky....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Chipper Jones, (team) Atlanta Braves, (movie) P.S. I Love You, (TV show) Criminal Minds, (food) Tomato-cucumber sandwich, (Favorite website) ESPN.com, (Favorite on-line activity) candystand.com , (What's in my iPOD/CD) Rap, country, and rock music.....MAJOR: Criminal Justice.

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OLIVIA FERGUSON C-OF, R/R, 5’6”, So., Roanoke, Va.

FMU: Returning starter at FMU.....Valuable addition in 2010....Started all but one game last season....Threw out 16 of 57 (28%) runners attempting to steal....Very aggressive player behind the plate and in the outfield....Very valuable leadership skills....2010 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2010....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011, 2010....PERSONAL: Born Olivia Ross Ferguson in Roanoke, Va.....Attended Cave Spring High School and played for coach Lindsey Moore....2009 first-team All-State, AllRegion, All-River Ridge District, All-Timesland.....Hit a district and region-high .512 with 12 SBs and a district-leading 31 RBIs...a.818 SLG% and .534 OB%....Team MVP....Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee....Flexed for photo with Crystl Bustos....Nickname is “O”....Hobbies include playing the music, pictures, scrapbooking.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Caitlin Lowe, (teams) Washington Redskins, Virginia Tech, University of Virginia, (movies) August Rush, Law Abiding Citizen, Taken, and anything scary, (TV shows) So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Best Dance Crew, and football, (foods) Steak, pasta, lobster, and fish, (Favorite website) Google, (FMU) My friends, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Rap, rock, country, and oldies- pretty much everything.....MAJOR: Biology. YEAR 2010

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G-GS 52-51

AB 50

R 11

H 13

2B 3B HR RBI 2 1 0 7

AVG SB-SBA FLD% .260 0-0 .985

CARSON SUMMERSETT 3B-OF, R/R, 5’4”, Fr., Florence, S.C.

FMU: First-year player.....Local Product....Strong arm....Great contact hitter....FMU SwampFox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011....Mother also attended Francis Marion....PERSONAL: Born Carson Lane Summersett in Florence, S.C....Graduated from West Florence High School, where she played for coach Denise Carter.....Batted over .300 as a senior with a .980 fielding percentage....2008, 2010 Team MVP....3-time All-Region....2010 WFHS Senior Athletic Award....2010 SC Scholar Athlete Award.....5-year letterwinner....2006 WFHS Rookie of the Year.....Played 8 seasons with the Florence Fury travel ball team (batted .446 in 2009)....Hobbies include talking, eating, and hanging out with friends and family...PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Derek Jeter, (team) Atlanta Braves, (movie) Dirty Dancing, (TV show) Desperate Housewives, (food) Chicken Parmesan, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) online shopping, (FMU) The fact that people come from all over and that I’m getting the chance to meet new people, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Any and every kind of music you can think of.....MAJOR: Early Childhood Education.

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TRISTAN FAILE 1B-3B, R/R, 5’7”, So., Lancaster, S.C.

FMU: Returning letterwinner at FMU....Injury cut short her 2010 freshman campaign....In-state product....Adds depth to the infield....Big Bat....Good defensive player....Strong arm....2010 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2010....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011, 2010....PERSONAL: Born Tristan Alicia Faile in Lancaster, S.C....Attended Andrew Jackson High School and played for coach Steve Middleton.....Played in the 2009 CAWS AA/AAA All-Star Game....3-time All-State...3-time All-Region...Named her team’s MVP in 2008....As a junior, batted .468 with 16 RBIs as the Lady Vols went 2011....Tossed two shutouts on the mound....As a sophomore, hit .458 with 19 RBIs and 40 runs scored...As a freshman, batted .425 with 14 RBIs and 50 runs....As a 5-year starter, helped AJ to more than 125 wins and 4 region titles and two Class AA state titles....National Honor Society....Older sister (Casey) plays on the LSU softball team....Hobbies include watching movies, gossiping, and listening to music....Was named after an actor on General Hospital....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Laura Hauff , (movie) House Bunny, (TV show) True Blood, (food) Chicken enchiladas, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) creeping, (FMU) The people and how close everyone is, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Everything....MAJOR: Biology. YEAR 2010

11

G-GS 15-12

AB 35

R 4

H 10

2B 3B HR RBI 1 0 0 6

AVG SB-SBA FLD% .286 1-1 .833

CEA KNOX RHP-UT, R/R, 5’9”, Sr., Myrtle Beach, S.C.

FMU: Returning letterwinner and starting pitcher....No.2 pitcher on last year’s NCAA Toiurnament team....Tied for 7th in Peach Belt Conference for wins in 2010 and 11th in innings worked....2010 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2010....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011, 2010....Chi Alpha Sigma nationall college athlete honor society....Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)....Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society....Leadership FMU....Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society....Transfer from USC Salkehatchie....USCS: 13-11 pitching mark in ‘09 with 1.74 ERA (111 Ks in 153.1 innings) as USCS had first winning season (23-21)....Batted .392 with 24 runs, 15 2Bs, 1 HR, 34 RBIs, .455 OB%....All-Region X Team ‘08, Region X All-Tournament Team ‘08....School’s Female Athlete of the Year for ‘07-‘08...Holds school records for strikeouts and wins....Pitched program’s first no-hitter in ‘09....’09 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III (College Division) Team (2nd team)....Student Government VP in ‘08-09....PERSONAL: Born Candace Bess Knox in Spartanburg, S.C....Attended Socastee High School, where she played for coach Steve Hodge....2-time All-State....Set school’s career home run record...2007 Dixie Debs World Series champions....Hobbies include working out.....Nickname is Cea....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Jenny Finch, (team) Atlanta Braves, (movie) The Notebook, (TV show) Project Runway, (food) Cereal, (Favorite website) Google, (Favorite on-line activity) Facebook, (FMU) The faculty and staff, (What's in my iPOD/CD) A good mix....MAJOR: Political Science. YEAR 2010

G-GS 42-39

AB 84

YEAR 2010

W-L-S 14-6-0

ERA GP-GS 3.33 23-20

10

R 11

H 22

2B 3B HR RBI 4 0 2 10 CG SHO 15 0

AVG SB-SBA FLD% .262 1-1 .985

INN K 130.1 53

BB 53


12

KAYLA BOWIE OF-2B, L/R, 5’2”, So., Myrtle Beach, S.C.

FMU: Returning letterwinner at FMU....Appeared in 33 games a s freshman, gaining valuable experience....Adds depth to the Patriot outfield...In-state product....PERSONAL: Born Kayla Elizabeth Bowie in Winston-Salem, N.C.....Attended Myrtle Beach High School....2009 AllState....Hobbies include playing bingo.....Nicknames are Sid and Sidney.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athletes) Cat Osterman, Laura Hauff, Meg Thomy, (teams) Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, (movie) Step Up 2, (TV show) The L Word, (food) Chicken, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) Facebook stalking, (FMU) The campus, (What's in my iPOD/CD) A little bit of everything.....MAJOR: Sociology.

YEAR 2010

14

G-GS 33-2

AB 3

R 12

H 0

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0

AVG SB-SBA FLD% .000 0-0 .000

DESTINEA SCHNEIDER OF, L/R, 5’6”, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.

FMU: Returning starter at FMU.....All-Peach Belt Conference Team (second team) in 2010....Ranked 15th in PBC in hitting (.350)....Speedy outfielder.....Brings collegiate experience to the roster....Left-handed bat....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2010....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011....Phi Theta Kappa....2010 Transfer from Tallahassee Community College....JUCO: Batted .268 in 48 games with 36 runs, 21 SBs (in 27 attempts), 4 RBIs, and a .328 OB%....All-Academic honors from the Panhandle Conference...PERSONAL: Born Destinea Tashae Schneider in Phoenix, Ariz.....Graduated from Jacksonville’s Edward White High School and played for coach Josh Swearingen.....All-Star game selection....5 Player of the Game awards....4 Outstanding Student awards....Played for Jacksonville Kaos club team....Also a 3-time All-Region selection at Greenway (Ariz.) High School....Hobbies include shopping, relaxing, softball, watching movies, going to the beach, and bowling....Nickname is “D”......PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athletes) Orlando Hudson, Steve Nash, (teams) Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Suns, (movies) Love & Basketball and The Hangover, (TV show) Law & Order, (food) Spaghetti and Mexican, (FMU) The campus, education, atmosphere, and teachers, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Everything....MAJOR: Criminal Justice. YEAR 2010

17

G-GS 52-52

AB 140

R 27

H 49

2B 3B HR RBI 2 0 0 6

AVG SB-SBA FLD% .350 11-15 .971

KERRI JACKSON RHP, R/R, 5’4”, Fr., Chesterfield, S.C.

FMU: First-year player.....Local product and state champion....Good movement on pitches....Lots of potential....Could log innings as a freshman....Bright future....FMU SwampFox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011....PERSONAL: Born Kerri Nicole Jackson in Florence, S.C ....Graduated from Chesterfield High School, where she played for coach Freddy Gaskins.....62 career wins for the Rams....Helped CHS to the 2010 and 2008 stats championships....Team MVP 2010....HSSR All-State 2010, 2009, 2008....HSSR 2010 Class A Player of the Year....CAWS All-State 2009....4-time All-Region....Junior graduation marshal....Also a cheerleader....Hobbies include horseback riding and reading ....Nickname is Ker Bear....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Jelly Selden, (team) UCLA, (movie) The Hangover, (TV shows) Make It or Break It and Pretty Little Liars, (food) Chicken and Dumplings, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) Chatting , (FMU) The campus and the big pool, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Every kind of music, but oldies.....MAJOR: Biology.

11


18

ASHLEY JARAMILLO 2B-UT, R/R, 5’5”, Jr., Canyon Country, Calif.

FMU: 2-year returning starter (2B) and letterwinner.....2010 All-Peach Belt Conference Team (first team)....Started every game in past two seasons....2010: Led team in doubles, home runs, and runs batted in....2010 PBC rankings: 6th in RBIs, T-6th HBPs, T-8th in 2Bs, 13th in total bases....2009: Led team in doubles, home runs, slugging percentage, and runs batted in as a freshman....Ranked 76th nationally in doubles per game (0.29)....Named PBC Freshman of the Week once in 2009....PERSONAL: Born Ashley A. Jaramillo in Canyon Country, Calif......Attended Golden Valley High School, where she played for coaches Courtney Carr and Frank Cantu....As a senior, hit .512 with 19 runs, 8 2Bs, 4 3Bs, 3 HRs, 17 RBIs, and a .535 OB%....Named second-team All-League in 2008....Hit .442 with 7 HRs as a junior....Played club ball with the Valley Breeze....Hobbies include photography....Nickname is JarJar.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Dustin Pedroia, (team) Boston Red Sox, (movie) A League of their Own, (TV show) Jersey Shore, (food) Puffcorn, (Favorite website) Textsfromlastnight.com, (Favorite on-line activity) Facebook, (FMU) The small campus , (What's in my iPOD/CD) All types of different music.....MAJOR: Graphic Design. YEAR 2010 2009 Totals

19

G-GS 52-52 51-51 103-103

AB 164 142 306

R 28 22 50

H 53 46 101

2B 11 15 26

3B 2 0 2

HR 5 5 10

RBI 43 32 75

AVG .323 .324 .330

SB-SBA 5-5 0-0 5-5

FLD% .978 .937 .961

OLIVIA ZIELINSKI OF-2B, R/R, 5’7”, Fr., Greenville, S.C.

FMU: First-year player....Lots of experience at lots of different positions....Opens up many opportunities for her and the team....Has power at the plate....Lots of versatility....Bright future....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011....PERSONAL: Born Olivia Renee Zielinski in Commerce, Mich ....Graduated from J.L. Mann High School, where she helped her team win the 2009 and 2010 AAA state championships .....Also played for the Carolina Crush squad....Hobbies include backyard sports and figure skating….Once met Randy Moss and Coach Candrea.....She was a competitive figure skater for 13 years....Nickname is Oz.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athletes) Tara Lipinski, Steve Yzerman, Chipper Jones, (teams) Detriot Redwings, Atlanta Braves, (movie) Disney Princess movies and anything with Will Ferrell, (TV shows) Spongebob Squarepants, Family Guy, (foods) Pizza, soft pretzels, Icee, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) Facebook, (FMU) The gorgeous campus and the friendly people, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Everything.....MAJOR: Elementary Education.

21

CHELLE PHILLIPS OF-2B, R/R, 5’4”, Sr., Waukee, Iowa

FMU: Returning starter at FMU...Started every game last season....2010 Daktronics Inc. AllSoutheast Region Team (2nd team)....PBC rankings: T-2nd in plate appearances, T-3rd in 3Bs, 4th in runs, 7th in hits, T-7th in sac bunts, T-13th in SBs.... 2010 NCAA rankings: 89th in runs scored....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2010....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011, 2010....Chi Alpha Sigma nationall college athlete honor society....Line drive power at the plate...2009 transfer from Indian Hills Community College-Ottumwa....IHCCO: As a soph., batted .375 with 30 runs, 12 2Bs, 2 HRs, 23 RBIs, 9 SBs, .514 SLG%, .428 OB%, .949 FLD%....2nd-team All-Region....UNI: Played freshman year at University of Northern Iowa....Batted .149 with 2 2Bs, 1 HR, 2 RBIs, .966 FLD%....Nickname is Chelle....PERSONAL: Born Michelle Ann Phillips in Waukee, Iowa....Attended Waukee High School and played for coach Jen Slauson....5-time CIML All-Iowa Conference, 4-time All-District, 3-time All-State...’07 All-Star game....4-year track athlete....Claimed ‘07 Class 4-A state title in the pentathlon....3year basketball player....Student Council....An extra in a Luke Perry movie....Once sat in a hot tub with David Hasselhoff....Hobbies include shopping and hanging out.....Nickname is Chelle....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Sean Morrison, (team) St. Louis Cardinals, (movie) The Rock, (TV Show) Buffy the Vampire Slayer, (food) Pizza, (Favorite website) Any shoe website and BCBG, (Favorite on-line activity) Shopping , (FMU) The weather , (What's in my iPOD/CD) O.A.R....MAJOR: Accounting. YEAR 2010 2008 Totals

12

G-GS 52-52 32-24 84-76

AB 169 67 236

R 47 6 53

H 59 10 69

2B 10 2 12

3B 3 0 3

HR 2 1 3

RBI 31 2 33

AVG .349 .149 .292

SB-SBA 13-14 1-1 14-15

FLD% .960 .966 .963


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BROOKE BARNHILL OF, L/R, 5’4”, Fr., Mauldin, S.C.

FMU: First-year player....Strong arm....Great attitude....Hits from left side....Speedy....Could make an immediate impact and earn playing time in outfield....Lots of potential....Should improve with collegiate experience....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011...PERSONAL: Born Brooke Chase Barnhill in Atlanta, Ga.....Graduated from Mauldin High School, where she played for coach Joseph Terry.....MHS Leadership Award....High School Trainer program....Speech & Debate Team....Also played with the Carolina Crush squad....She loves to cook and is half Asian.....Hobbies include softball, texting, cooking, dancing, and reading.....Nickname is Brooke....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athletes) Chipper Jones, Jayson Heyward, (team) Atlanta Braves, (movie) Ratatouille, (TV show) Degrassi: The Next Generation, (foods) rice and pasta, (Favorite website) Facebook, (Favorite on-line activity) Skype, (FMU) The campus and the friendly people, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Country, rap, rock, Christian, and classical music.....MAJOR: Business.

23

ASHLEIGH SAMMUT OF-1B, R/R, 5’8”, So., Brampton, Ontario, Canada

FMU: First-year player at FMU....Redshirt during 2010 season....Adds depth to the Patriot roster....FMU Swamp-Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011....2009 Transfer from the University of Mobile....UM: Played in 8 games during 2009 season for a 32-12 squad that finish 15th in NAIA Top 25 poll....Previously attended Sheridan College....PERSONAL: Born Ashleigh Sammut in Toronto, Ontario, Canada........Attended Notre Dame Secondary School.....Softball MVP as a senior....Most Improved Athlete award....Coach’s Award....Also played basketball and volleyball....Canadian and Maltese....Played club ball for the Brampton Blazers....a .400 batting average....Nickname is Sammie....Hobbies include shopping and sports......PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Kobe Bryant, (team) Los Angeles Lakers, (movie) Love & Basketball, (TV shows) The Game, CSI, (food) Pasta, (FMU) The campus, (What's in my iPOD/CD) HipHop and R&B....MAJOR: Sociology / Criminal Justice. YEAR 2009

24

G-GS 8-0

AB 7

R 0

H 0

2B 3B HR RBI 0 0 0 0

AVG SB-SBA FLD% .000 0-0 .000

KAYLA ELLINGSEN RHP, R/R, 5’6”, Jr., Venice, Fla.

FMU: First-year player at FMU....Adds collegiate experience....Probable starter....Excelled at junior college level....In addition to pitching, may hit as designated player....Fairly new to pitching after moving from being a position player....Transfer from State College of Florida....JUCO: 2010 2nd-team All-State, All-Conference, 1st-team All-Gulf District, Team MVP, SCF Eddie Award....2010 stats: 19-8 record, 2.30 ERA in 210 innings, 111 strikeouts, 38 walks, 20 complete games, 4 shutouts....PERSONAL: Born Kayla Kay Ellingsen in Sarasota, Fla.....Graduated from Venice High School, where she played for coach Larry Sandburg....3year letterwinner.....Mom and aunt appeared on Dr. Phil....Cousin models for Calvin Klein....Has met Caitlin Lowe, Monica Abbott, and pro wrestler Brian Knobbs.....Hobbies include playing computer games, shopping, and hanging out with friends....Nickname is Kayla Kay.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: (athlete) Alex Rodriguez, (team) Miami Dolphins, (movie) Dirty Dancing, (TV show) Make It or Break It, (foods) Chicken, broccoli, mushroom Ravioli Alfredo, (Favorite website) Wildtangent.com , (Favorite on-line activity) Downloading games, (FMU) The class sizes, structure, and the campus, (What's in my iPOD/CD) Journey, Pop, and Hip-Hop....MAJOR: Education.

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2010 PATRIOT SOFTBALL STATISTICS (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 36-16

Home: 16-2 Away: 12-11 Neutral: 8-3 Conference: 13-7

Player

AVG

GP-GS

AB

R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB

SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO

A E FLD%

8 Michaela Wolf .395 14 Destinea Schneider.350 21 Chelle Phillips .349 6 Ashley Jaramillo .323 11 Kat Beauvais .322 10 Tristan Faile .286 2 Jessica Birchmeier .282 30 Meghan Heiser .267 3 Cea Knox .262 22 Olivia Ferguson .260 4 Jessica Hogan .211 5 Murphy McConnell .200 7 Jamie Holmes .176 1 Jamie Ross .160 12 Kayla Bowie .000

43-43 52-52 52-52 52-52 52-52 15-12 52-52 47-43 42-39 52-51 51-50 10-1 11-6 23-9 33-2

114 140 169 164 174 35 149 116 84 50 147 10 17 25 3

18 27 47 28 44 4 30 5 11 11 20 1 0 6 12

45 49 59 53 56 10 42 31 22 13 31 2 3 4 0

8 0 2 0 10 3 11 2 9 0 1 0 9 1 1 0 4 0 2 1 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.570 .364 .479 .506 .408 .314 .436 .328 .381 .340 .293 .300 .176 .160 .000

43 5 22 82 95 8 0 24 61 62 82 3 1 1 0

Totals Opponents

52-52 52-52

1397 264 420 68 8 1290 164 322 38 4

.301 .250

4 0 2 5 2 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

34 6 31 43 25 6 32 19 10 7 15 1 2 0 0

65 51 81 83 71 11 65 38 32 17 43 3 3 4 0

21 231 567 .406 26 142 446 .346

28 15 15 10 22 3 17 6 12 7 12 1 0 5 2

3 11 1 22 1 14 6 10 1 23 0 0 1 27 2 17 1 15 2 6 1 11 0 2 0 5 2 5 0 2

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

.521 .417 .405 .379 .401 .342 .357 .312 .361 .367 .273 .273 .176 .344 .400

155 21 170 3 .377 110 25 230 7 .319

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

1 4 12 5 2 1 5 7 1 0 9 0 0 0 1

0-0 11-15 13-14 5-5 16-18 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3 61 75 185 47 2 35 313 3 206 70 1 2 11 0

1 2 4 6 17 2 3 5 1 4 12 0 0 2 0

.979 .971 .960 .978 .893 .833 .921 .985 .985 .985 .927 1.00 1.00 .857 .000

7 7

48 51-58 1014 490 59 .962 48 44-60 1001 435 80 .947

LOB - Team (366), Opp (303). DPs turned - Team (11), Opp (13). CI - Team (1), Ferguson 1, Opp (3). Picked off - Beauvais 1, Schneider 1, Birchmeier 1. (All games Sorted by Earned run avg) Player

ERA

W-L

APP GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP

H

R

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF

B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA-SHA

5 M.McConnell 8 Michaela Wolf.... 3 Cea Knox......... 9 Emily Dean.......

2.00 2.13 3.33 6.30

0-1 22-9 14-6 0-0

4 33 23 2

9 185 125 3

9 80 72 3

2 60 62 3

.257 .250 .248 .250

Totals Opponents

2.63 4.22

36-16 52 52 43 5/1 16-36 52 52 28 7/1

1 31 20 0

0 28 15 0

0/0 4/1 0/1 0/0

0 1 0 0

7.0 197.1 130.1 3.1

7 47 53 3

4 1 172 19 53 18 1 0

0 1 3 0

1 1

338.0 322 164 127 110 230 38 4 333.2 420 264 201 155 170 68 8

0 13 13 0

35 739 504 12

0 4 5 0

0 16 9 0

26 1290 .250 9 25 21 1397 .301 21 21

0 0 0 0

0 5 2 0

0 33 14 1

0 7 0 7

48 48

PB - Team (19), Ferguson 14, Holmes 4, Heiser 1, Opp (18). Pickoffs - Team (2), Ferguson 2, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Ferguson (41-57), Wolf (27-38), Knox (14-19), Heiser (3-3), McConnell (3-3).

TEAM LEADERS: MULTIPLE HIT GAMES: Phillips 18, Beauvais 16, Jaramillo 16, Schneider 15, Wolf 13, Birchmeier 8, Heiser 7, Hogan 6, Faile 3, Knox 3, Ferguson 2. MULTIPLE RBI GAMES: Jaramillo 13, Phillips 9, Wolf 9, Birchmeier 9, Beauvais 7, Heiser 7, Ferguson 3, Knox 2, Faile 2, Holmes 1 HITTING STREAKS (in games): Jaramillo 12. Beauvais 9, Schneider 8, Birchmeier 7, Wolf 7, Phillips 6, Hogan 6, Knox 5, Heiser 5, Ferguson 4, Faile 3, Ross 2, Holmes 2, McConnell 2. Inning-by-inning summary Francis Marion Opponents

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 EX 35 35 35 49 48 33 28 0 1 0 22 26 15 47 18 25 11 0 0 0 14

Total 264 164


2010 PATRIOT SOFTBALL GAME RESULTS TOTAL: 36-16 Game date --------$Feb 06, 2010 $Feb 06, 2010 $Feb 07, 2010 $Feb 07, 2010 *Feb 15, 2010 *Feb 15, 2010 Feb 17, 2010 Feb 17, 2010 Feb 21, 2010 Feb 21, 2010 *Feb 25, 2010 *Feb 25, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 *Feb 28, 2010 *Feb 28, 2010 *Mar 06, 2010 *Mar 06, 2010 *Mar 07, 2010 *Mar 07, 2010 *Mar 10, 2010 *Mar 10, 2010 %Mar 12, 2010 %Mar 12, 2010 %Mar 13, 2010 %Mar 13, 2010 %Mar 14, 2010 Mar 17, 2010 Mar 17, 2010 Mar 18, 2010 Mar 18, 2010 *Mar 21, 2010 *Mar 21, 2010 *Mar 27, 2010 *Mar 27, 2010 *Mar 28, 2010 *Mar 28, 2010 Apr 01, 2010 Apr 01, 2010 *Apr 10, 2010 *Apr 10, 2010 Apr 11, 2010 Apr 11, 2010 &Apr 16, 2010 &Apr 16, 2010 &Apr 17, 2010 &Apr 17, 2010 &Apr 18, 2010 +May 14, 2010 +May 15, 2010 +May 16, 2010 +May 16, 2010

HOME: 16-2

AWAY: 12-11

Opposing team Score ----------------vs Mount Olive College W 8-2 vs Seton Hill Univ. L 6-8 vs Chowan University W 9-1 vs Barton College W 14-0 GA. SOUTHWESTERN W 5-2 GA. SOUTHWESTERN W 8-3 LIMESTONE COLLEGE W 3-1 LIMESTONE COLLEGE W 9-1 at Mount Olive W 9-6 at Mount Olive L 0-1 at Augusta State L 0-2 at Augusta State L 0-2 at St. Andrews W 6-2 at St. Andrews W 11-3 at #13 USC Aiken W 5-2 at #13 USC Aiken L 0-8 #1 NORTH GEORGIA L 0-6 #1 NORTH GEORGIA L 8-12 LANDER UNIVERSITY W 4-3 LANDER UNIVERSITY W 3-2 COLUMBUS STATE U. W 8-0 COLUMBUS STATE U. W 7-4 ST. ANDREWS W 10-1 SAINT LEO W 11-4 #22 LENOIR-RHYNE U. W 3-1 ALDERSON-BROADDUSW 8-3 at Queens U. Charlotte L 1-2 at Saint Leo W 7-4 at Saint Leo W 11-4 at Tampa W 3-1 at Tampa L 1-3 GA. COLL. & ST. UNIV W 5-3 GA. COLL. & ST. UNIV W 9-1 at Armstrong Atlantic W 3-2 at Armstrong Atlantic W 9-4 at Flagler L 1-8 at Flagler W 8-7 at Pfeiffer W 9-1 at Pfeiffer L 1-2 at UNC Pembroke L 1-2 at UNC Pembroke W 4-3 QUEENS CHARLOTTE W 2-0 QUEENS CHARLOTTE W 2-1 vs UNC Pembroke W 5-3 vs USC Aiken W 5-0 vs #1 North Georgia L 0-6 vs USC Aiken W 5-4 vs #1 North Georgia L 5-9 vs #25 Carson-Newman W 5-0 at #1 North Georgia L 2-5 vs #25 Carson-Newman W 5-4 at #1 North Georgia L 0-5

NEUTRAL: 8-3 r h e/ r h e Inns --------/----------8 11 1/ 2 5 0 7 6 9 3/ 8 8 0 7 9 14 2/ 1 2 3 6 14 12 1/ 0 3 2 5 5 8 2/ 2 2 2 7 8 11 0/ 3 12 1 7 3 3 1/ 1 3 2 7 9 11 0/ 1 3 0 5 9 9 1/ 6 9 2 7 0 3 1/ 1 4 0 7 0 4 1/ 2 6 1 7 0 1 3/ 2 2 4 7 6 9 1/ 2 6 3 7 11 10 2/ 3 6 2 5 5 12 1/ 2 9 3 7 0 3 4/ 8 4 0 5 0 3 0/ 6 7 3 7 8 9 2/12 11 1 7 4 9 2/ 3 7 2 7 3 6 0/ 2 4 2 7 8 7 2/ 0 3 3 6 7 11 1/ 4 11 0 7 10 10 0/ 1 2 0 5 11 11 1/ 4 7 5 7 3 12 1/ 1 5 1 7 8 9 3/ 3 2 4 7 1 6 0/ 2 4 0 7 7 12 1/ 4 9 0 7 11 14 0/ 4 8 1 7 3 4 0/ 1 7 2 7 1 5 3/ 3 6 2 7 5 8 0/ 3 7 1 7 9 7 1/ 1 2 1 5 3 8 0/ 2 10 0 (9) 9 12 1/ 4 8 0 7 1 4 1/ 8 10 0 7 8 13 2/ 7 8 3 7 9 10 2/ 1 6 4 5 1 8 0/ 2 5 0 7 1 9 0/ 2 8 0 7 4 9 0/ 3 9 4 7 2 5 0/ 0 1 0 7 2 7 1/ 1 6 2 7 5 9 2/ 3 12 3 7 5 7 0/ 0 0 2 7 0 5 1/ 6 8 0 7 5 7 0/ 4 9 4 7 5 9 1/ 9 10 2 7 5 6 1/ 0 2 2 7 2 7 0/ 5 7 1 7 5 8 5/ 4 9 0 7 0 4 1/ 5 8 0 7

DAY: 32-15

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

NIGHT: 4-1 Pitcher ---------------------Wolf (W 1-0) McConnell (L 0-1) Wolf (W 2-0) Wolf (W 3-0) Wolf (W 4-0) Wolf (W 5-0) Wolf (W 6-0) Wolf (W 7-0) Wolf (W 8-0) Wolf (L 8-1) Wolf (L 8-2) Wolf (L 8-3) Knox (W 1-0) Knox (W 2-0) Knox (W 3-0) Knox (L 3-1) Knox (L 3-2) Knox (L 3-3) Knox (W 4-3) Knox (W 5-3) Wolf (W 9-3) Knox (W 6-3) Knox (W 7-3) Wolf (W 10-3) Wolf (W 11-3) Knox (W 8-3) Wolf (L 11-4) Wolf (W 12-4) Knox (W 9-4) Wolf (W 13-4) Knox (L 9-4) Wolf (W 14-4) Knox (W 10-4) Wolf (W 15-4) Knox (W 11-4) Wolf (L 15-5) Knox (W 12-4) Wolf (W 16-5) Knox (L 12-5) Wolf (L 16-6) Knox (W 13-5) Wolf (W 17-6) Knox (W 14-5) Wolf (W 18-6) Wolf (W 19-6) Wolf (L 19-7) Wolf (W 20-7) Wolf (L 20-8) Wolf (W 21-8) Wolf (L 20-9) Wolf (W 22-9) Knox (L 14-6)

PBC: 13-7 Att -----25 25 25 25 50 27 224 22 30 106 78 35 113 35 114 50 50 45 126 67 63 121 67 89 193 77 153 125 124 103 103 308 678 368 669

Time -----1:30 3:00 1:30 1:40 1:40 2:02 1:30 1:35 1:55 1:40 1:38 1:20 1:30 1:25 2:15 1:15 1:45 2:30 1:30 1:20 1:55 2:33 1:25 2:00 1:30 1:40 1:30 1:55 1:50 1:38 1:27 1:47 1:32 2:11 2:17 1:40 2:05 1:14 1:21 1:52 2:07 1:36 1:40 1:59 1:22 2:07 2:03 1:54 1:33 2:02 4:47 1:55

* Peach Belt Conference game $ Early Bird Tournament in Aiken, SC % Patriot Invitational at Freedom Florence & PBC Tournament at Freedom Florence + NCAA II Southeast Sub-Regional in Dahlonega, GA () extra innings 15


FMU SOFTBALL FIELD The FMU Softball Field is located behind the Smith University Center and beyond the rightfield fence of Cormell (baseball) Field. The field features a natural grass surface with dimensions of 190 feet in left, 220 in center, and 190 in right. The field has seating for approximately 200 spectators. The Patriots also play some home games, including the annual Patriot Invitational Tournament, at the ninefield Freedom Florence Softball Complex, located on the south side of Florence, 15 minutes from campus.

PBC

Francis Marion University is a member of the 13-school NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference (formerly the Peach Belt Athletic Conference). Other PBC members include Armstrong Atlantic State University (in Savannah, Ga.), Augusta State University (Augusta, Ga.), Clayton State University (Morrow, Ga.), Columbus State University (Columbus, Ga.), Flagler College (St. Augustine, Fla.), Georgia College & State University (Milledgeville, Ga.), Georgia Southwestern State University (Americus, Ga.), Lander University (Greenwood, S.C.), University of Montevallo (Montevallo, Ala.), UNC Pembroke, North Georgia College & State University (Dahlonega, Ga.), and USC Aiken. Formed in December 1989 and headquartered in Augusta, Ga., the PBC conducts championships in 12 sports, six for men and six for women. Of the 13 members, only Clayton State and Montevallo do not sponsor softball. The 2011 Peach Belt Conference Softball Tournament is set for April 15-17 in Florence at the Freedom Florence Softball Complex, with only the top eight teams taking part.

2010 Peach Belt Conference Softball Final Standings SCHOOL PBC GAMES xyz North Georgia 20-0 z Augusta State 15-5 z Francis Marion 13-7 z Armstrong Atl. St.10-10 UNC Pembroke 10-10 Flagler 10-10 USC Aiken 9-11 Lander 8-12 Columbus State 5-15 Ga. Southwestern 5-15 GCSU 5-15

PCT 1.000 .750 .650 .500 .500 .500 .450 .400 .250 .250 .250

x - 2010 PBC Champions y - 2010 PBC Tournament champion z - 2010 NCAA Tournament Participant

ALL GAMES 51-2 40-17 36-16 33-20 29-19 28-24 23-23 23-24 21-28-1 20-31 13-32

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PCT .962 .702 .692 .623 .604 .538 .500 .489 .430 .392 .289

Last 10 8-2 5-5 6-4 4-6 4-6 4-6 5-5 4-6 3-7 6-4 2-8

Streak Lost 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 3 Lost 2 Lost 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 3


PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS - PATRIOT SOFTBALL 2010 - Francis Marion ended the season with a 36-16 record and earned the program’s second NCAA Division II National Tournament invitation in three seasons. The Patriots advanced to the championship game of both the Peach Belt Conference Tournament and the NCAA Dahlonega Southeast Regional....Six Patriots earned (NFCA) All-America Scholar-Athlete recognition: 3B Kat Beauvais, OF Tristan Faile, C Olivia Ferguson, and pitchers Emily Dean, Cea Knox, and Michaela Wolf. Both Beauvais (2007,2009) and Wolf (2007,2009) earn this recognition for the third time.....The team earned Girls Got Game/NFCA All-Academic Team recognition for the fifth consecutive year, and seventh time overall. With a 3.109 cumulative grade-point average, Francis Marion ranked second among all Peach Belt Conference schools....In the final 2010 NCAA Division II softball stats, senior LHP Michaela Wolf ranked 30th in pitching wins (22), 56th in strikeouts (172), 83rd in ERA (2.13), 84th in shutouts (4), 88th in fewest walks allowed per seven innings (1.67), and 91st in strikeouts per seven innings (6.1). At the plate, Wolf ranked 18th in on-base percentage (.521) and 24th in walks per game (0.65). Junior RF Chelle Phillips ranked 89th in runs scored per game (0.90). In the team rankings, the Patriots ranked 45th in winning percentage (.692), 57th in fielding percentage (.962), 67th in ERA (2.63), 77th in scoring (5.08 runs per game), and 83rd in batting average (.301).....Three seniors were named to the 2010 PBC Softball All-Academic Team: Beauvais (1st team), Wolf (1st), and LF Jessica Birchmeier (2nd).....Wolf was named to both the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Southeast All-Region Team as the pitcher/utility player (second team) and the Daktronics Inc. AllSoutheast Region Team at the designated player position, as well as the pitcher’s spot. Phillips was also named to the Daktronics All-Region squad.....Wolf was selected to the 2010 ESPN The Magazine® Academic All-District III (College Division) Team (firstteam).....FMU spent one week in the NFCA Division II Top 25 poll (at No. 25)....Sophomore 2B Ashley Jaramillo was named All-Conference (first team), while sophomore CF Destinea Schneider was second team All-PBC....Birchmeier was named the PBC women’s softball Player of the Week for the opening week of the 2010 season.....Birchmeier was also named to the 2010 PBC Preseason All-Conference Team. 2009 - Ten members of 2009 FMU women’s softball team received NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete recognition. FMU also earned Girls Got Game/NFCA All-Academic Team recognition for the fourth consecutive year. Six FMU players were listed in the final 2009 NCAA Division II softball statistical report, while the Patriot squad is ranked highly in several team categories. Outfielder Lakyn Bendle laid down 24 sacrifice bunts in 51 games en route to setting a new Peach Belt Conference career mark in that category with 62.....Francis Marion ended the season with a 32-19 record, and narrowly missed earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Division II National Tournament......Junior left-handed pitcher Michaela Wolf was named to the second-team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Southeast Region team and to the Daktronics Inc. All-Region squad......Five Patriots were named to the 2009 Peach Belt Conference Softball All-Academic Team. and four Patriots were selected to the 2009 All-Peach Belt Conference Team. 2008 - The Patriot women's softball team was ranked fifth in the final 2008 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division II Top 25 poll, the highest ranking for the Patriot program since the school moved to NCAA affiliation in 1992. FMU enjoyed its most successful season in 20 years posting a 39-16 record, the third-highest win total in team history. The Patriots earned their first-ever bid to the NCAA Division II national tournament, won the South Atlantic Regional, and advanced to the Division II national finals (Elite Eight) in Houston, Texas. FMU played one of the tougher schedules in the country with seven contests against nationally ranked opponents and nearly half its games (27) against squads that made the national tournament. Prior to its breakthrough 2008 campaign, the squad had narrowly missed out on earning a bid to the NCAA Division II tournament for four straight years. The program’s highest national ranking occurred in 1988 when Francis Marion was ranked No. 1 in the preseason NAIA poll.

Four-Time NAIA All-Americans

Ouch !!!

Monica Wofford Kim Booker 1986-1989

Kristi Anderson 1986-1989

They became only the third and fourth players in NAIA women’s softball history to earn All-America honors four times. 17

2005-08

An All-American both on the field and in the classroom, Wofford set the NCAA Division II career record for hit-by-pitches with 56. She was hit 9 times as a freshman, 13 times as a sophomore, 20 times as a junior, and 14 times as a senior. Her record was broken in 2009 by a player hit 60 times.


FMU SOFTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Adelphi University (NY) 2-0 Alabama-Huntsville, Univ. of 0-3 Alderson-Broaddus College (WV) 4-0 Allegheny College (PA) 2-0 American International College (MA) 2-1 Anderson College (SC) 8-2 Armstrong Atlantic State Univ. (GA) 10-25 Augusta State University (GA) 25-23 Ashland University (OH) 3-1 Assumption College (MA) 1-0 Barry University (FL) 1-1 Barton College (NC) 9-5 Baylor University (TX) 0-1 Belmont Abbey College (NC) 16-0 Benedict College (SC) 18-2 Bloomsburg University (PA) 0-3 California University (PA) 0-3 Campbell University (NC) 1-4 Carson-Newman College (TN) 6-2 Catawba College (NC) 12-3 Cazenovia 0-1 Centenary College (LA) 0-1 Central Missouri State University 0-1 Charleston Southern University (SC)* 5-2 Charleston, College of (SC) 3-5 Charleston, Univ. of (WV) 4-1 Chowan University (NC) 2-0 Claflin College (SC) 12-4 Coastal Carolina University (SC) 26-24 Coker College (SC) 25-27 Columbus State University (GA) 18-32 Columbia College (MO) 0-1 Concord College (WV) 4-0 Davis & Elkins College (WV) 4-0 Dayton, University of (OH) 0-1 Delta State University (MS) 1-0 Drexel University (PA) 2-0 Dowling College (NY) 1-0 East Carolina University (NC) 10-6 East Stroudsburg University (PA) 2-0 Eastern Connecticut State University 3-2 Eastern Illinois University 0-2 Edinboro University (PA) 7-0 Elmhurst College (IL) 2-0 Elon College (NC) 3-9 Emporia State University (KS) 0-1 Erskine College (SC) 29-5 Fairmont State College (WV) 2-0 Fayetteville State University (NC) 6-0 Ferris State College (MI) 1-1 Ferrum College (VA) 3-0 Flagler College (FL) 1-1 Furman University (SC) 5-0 Gannon University (WV) 1-0 Gardner-Webb University (NC) 4-2 George Mason University (VA) 2-1-1 Georgia College & State University 27-20 Georgia Southwestern State Univ. 10-0 Glassboro State College (NJ) 1-0 Goldey-Beacom College (DE) 2-0 Ithaca College (NY) 1-0 IUPU-Indianapolis 1-0 James Madison University (VA) 1-0 Kearney State College (NE) 0-2 Kennesaw State University (GA) 1-30 Kentucky Wesleyan College 1-0 Kutztown University (PA) 8-0 Lake Superior State University (MI) 1-0 Lander University (SC) 56-25 LaSalle University (PA) 0-1

Liberty Baptist University (VA) Lees-McRae College (NC) Lenoir-Rhyne College (NC) Limestone College (SC) Lincoln Memorial University (TN) Lock Haven University ( (PA) Longwood College (VA) Lynchburg College (VA) Mars Hill College (NC) Mary Washington College (VA) Mansfield University (PA) Methodist College (NC) Mississippi University for Women Missouri-Rolla, University of Missouri-St. Louis, University of Missouri Southern State College Monmouth College (IL) Morris College (SC) Mount Olive College (NC) Newberry College (SC) Northeast Missouri State University North Carolina, Univ. of UNC Greensboro UNC Pembroke $ UNC Wilmington North Carolina Central University North Dakota State University North Florida, University of North Georgia College & State Univ. Ohio State University Ohio University Oklahoma City University Pacific Lutheran University (WA) Pfeiffer University (NC) Pikeville College (KY) Portland State University (OR) Presbyterian College (SC) Princeton University (NJ) Queens University of Charlotte (NC) Rio Grande, University of (OH) St. Andrews Pres.College (NC) St. Peter’s College (NJ) St. Thomas University (FL) Saint Leo University (FL) Salem International University (WV) Savannah Coll. of Art & Design (GA) Seton Hall University (NJ) Seton Hill University (PA) Shaw University (NC) Shawnee State University (OH) Shepherd University (WV) Slippery Rock University (PA) South Carolina, Univ. of USC Aiken USC Upstate ^ Southern Mississippi, Univ. of Southern Utah State College Southern Wesleyan College (SC) % Spring Arbor College (MI) Stetson University (FL) Stockton State College (NJ) Stonehill College (MA) SUNY-Utica/Rome Tampa, University of (FL) Texas Wesleyan College Toledo, University of (OH) Trenton State College (NJ) Tusculum College (TN) Valdosta State University (GA) Virginia, Univ. of

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3-2 1-0 All-Time 7-8 FMU Team Record 33-19 2-3 0-2 5-3 32 seasons 7-5 925 wins 2-0 1-0 561 losses 2-2-1 3 Ties 5-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 .622 winning pct. 1-1 0-1 12-1 Milestone Wins 20-7 50-13 --------------------1-2 #1 0-4 0-3 18-2 at Morris College 34-14 (3-19-80) 11-7 3-0 0-1 1-14 #250 5-13 4-2 vs Lander College 0-1 0-1 in Lexington, SC 1-2 (4-30-88) 1-1 12-2 2-0 0-1 #500 9-4 6-3 vs Georgia College 1-1 18-4 (3-20-99) 1-1 41-2 1-0 #750 0-1 4-0 4-2 vs USC Aiken 2-0 in Aiken, SC 1-0 2-0 (4-21-06) 0-1 9-0 0-1 Voorhees College (SC) 11-0 1-1 Washburn University (KS) 1-0 1-0 Wayne State University (MI) 0-3 0-9 West Florida, University of 1-3 41-19-1 West Georgia, University of 1-0 41-31 West Liberty State College (WV) 2-0 0-1 West Virginia State University 4-0 1-0 West Virgina Tech 2-0 15-9 West Virginia Wesleyan College 3-3 0-1 Wheeling Jesuit University (WV) 1-0 0-1 Wilmington College (DE) 1-0 0-1 Wingate University (NC) 25-8 1-0 Winthrop College (SC) 18-14 2-0 Wisconsin-Parkside, University of 3-6 1-1 Wisconsin-River Falls, University of 1-0 1-0 Wright State University (OH) 1-3 0-1 0-2 * formerly Baptist College 11-4 $ formerly Pembroke State University 3-2 % formerly Central Wesleyan College 1-0 ^ formerly USC Spartanburg 1-12-11


FMU SOFTBALL RECORDSS Francis Marion University Year-by-Year Team Records

Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Record 21-4 # 22-7 ## 19-8 21-7 28-23 28-14 40-11 * 42-4 ** 33-8 *** 27-12 12-27 18-32-1 13-32-2 28-22 11-28 29-24 27-23 36-19

Head Coach Shelia Moorman Shelia Moorman Shelia Moorman Ann Barton Ann Barton Ann Barton Ann Barton Ann Barton Ann Barton Ann Barton Renae Kirkhart Renae Kirkhart Renae Kirkhart Carrie Byrd Debbie Fore Debbie Fore Rendy Yates Bill Gray

Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Record 30-26 25-27 35-23 34-21 35-20 36-9 37-17 36-14 27-16 34-16 39-16 ~ 32-19 36-16 +

Head Coach Bill Gray Bill Gray Bill Gray Bill Gray Bill Gray Jack Byerley Jack Byerley Stacey Johnson Stacey Johnson Stacey Johnson Vallee

Stacey Vallee Stacey Vallee Stacey Vallee

# advanced to AIAW Division II World Series in Sacramento,CA ## advanced to AIAW Division II World Series in Omaha, NE * advanced to NAIA World Series in San Antonio, TX ** advanced to NAIA World Series in Kearney, NE *** advanced to NAIA World Series in Oklahoma City, OK ~ advanced to NCAA II World Series in Houston, TX + advanced to NCAA II Southeast Regional title game

Single-Season Records

Career Records

Most At Bats: 204 Shannan Tyson, 2008 196 Betsy Bouknight, 2002 Most Runs: 68 Kim Booker, 1986 Most Hits: 77 Shannan Tyson, 2008; 72 Kim Booker, 1986 Most Doubles: 21 Shannan Tyson, 2008; 21 Ginger Miller, 2001 Most Triples: 11 Kristen Ruple, 1987 Most Home Runs: 11 Heather Garrison, 2004 10 Kelly Kermode, 1998 Most RBIs: 51 Tatjana Slawson, 2004; 47 Kelly Kermode, 1998 Highest Batting Average: .526 Lynette Mickle, 1980 Most Stolen Bases: 46 Kim Booker, 1986 Highest Stolen Base Percentage: 33-33 Carrie Closson, 2003 Most Walks: 28 Michaela Wolf, 2010 ; 27 Lakyn Bendle, 2008 26 Kayla Ruede, 2007; 26 Amy Birch, 2001 Most Strikeouts: 40 Ashleigh Duffy, 2005; 40 Jamie Wiggins, 2004 36 Laurie Niego, 2001 Most Hit-By-Pitches: 20 Monica Wofford, 2007 14 Monica Wofford, 2008; 13 Monica Wofford, 2006 9 Monica Wofford, 2005; 6 Kelly Kermode, 1998 Slugging Percentage: .835 Kim Booker, 1989 On-Base Percentage: .549 Lynette Mickle, 1980 ; .521 Michaela Wolf, 2010 .488 Carrie Closson, 2003

Most Games: 219 Mandy Harris, 1998-2001 Most At Bats: 716 Shanna Tyson, 2006-09 670 Betsy Bouknight, 2002-05 660 Mandy Harris, 1998-2001 Most Runs: 214 Kim Booker, 1986-89 Most Hits: 253 Shanna Tyson, 2006-09 236 Betsy Bouknight, 2002-05 233 Laurie Niego, 2000-03 Most Doubles: 47 Shannan Tyson, 2006-09; 47 Janine Allen, 2004-07; 47 Laurie Niego, 2000-03 Most Triples: 26 Kristen Ruple Most Home Runs: 30 Kim Booker, 1996-89 Most RBIs: 157 Laurie Niego, 2000-03 Highest Batting Average: .442 Carrie Closson, 2003 .416 Kim Booker, 1986-89 Most Stolen Bases: 131 Kim Booker, 1986-89 Most Walks: 70 Michaela Wolf, 2007-10 68 Amber Gaines, 2002-05 ; 67 Kristy Barthelmes Most Hit-By-Pitches: 56 Monica Wofford, 2005-08 15 ShannanTyson, 2006-09; 15 Tatjana Slawson, 2004-06; 13 Laurie Niego, 2000-03 Consecutive Stolen Bases: 44 Whitney Galloway, Feb. 28, 1992-March 12, 1993

Most Pitching Appearances: 47 Michaela Wolf, 2008 42 Terrie Mudd, 1991 Most Wins: 31 Melissa Moyers, 1987 Most Losses: 17 Terrie Mudd, 1992; 17 Terrie Mudd, 1991 Most Saves: 3 Jessica Johnson, 2004; 2 , 14 different times Most Games Started: 38 Michaela Wolf, 2008; 33 Melissa Moyers, 1987 Most Complete Games: 29 Michaela Wolf, 2008; 28 twice Most Shutouts: 11 Michaela Wolf, 2008; 8 Joni Jordan, 1985 Most Innings Pitched: 279.1 Michaela Wolf, 2008 229.1 Terrie Mudd, 1991 Most Strikeouts: 218 Michaela Wolf, 2008 193 Michaela Wolf, 2007; 172 Michaela Wolf, 2009 and 2010 Highest Winning Percentage: .912 (31-3) Melissa Moyers, 1987 Lowest ERA: 0.53 Deanna Freeman, 1983

Most Pitching Appearances:151 Michaela Wolf 2007-10; 121 Terrie Mudd Most Wins: 92 Michaela Wolf, 2007-10 ; 64 Amy Birch, 2000-03 Most Saves: 5 Amy Birch, 2000-03 Most Games Started: 132 Sheryl Vyverman; 129 Michaela Wolf 2007-10 Most Complete Games: 108 Michaela Wolf 2007-10; 82 Terrie Mudd Most Shutouts: 25 Michaela Wolf, 2007-10; 24 Heather Johnson, 2000-03 Most Innings Pitched: 897.2 Michaela Wolf, 2007-10 687.0 Terrie Mudd Most Strikeouts: 755 Michaela Wolf, 2007-10 Highest Winning Percentage: .808 Joni Jordan Lowest ERA: 0.69 Joni Jordan Most Putouts: 1,207 Monica Wofford, 2005-08 1,013 Tara Stegall, 1998-2001 Most Assists: 489 Mandy Harris, 1998-2001 Most Errors: 73 Allie Aleman, 2005-08 58 Shanna Tyson, 2006-09; 56 Janine Allen, 2003-06; 47 Kat Beauvais, 2007-10; 42 several players

Most Putouts: 463 Monica Wofford, 2008 419 Shannon Rogers, 1997 Most Assists: 157 Stephanie Manley, 1991 Most Errors: 34 Mary Keith Wiggins, 1995 and 1993

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Francis Marion University thanks

for their generous support of

Patriot Athletics

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Francis Marion University thanks

of Florence for their generous support of

Patriot Athletics

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Francis Marion University Patriot Invitational Tournament (Women’s Softball) March 11-13, 2011, at the Freedom Florence Softball Complex in Florence, SC Friday, March 11, 2011 3:00 Francis Marion University vs. Coker College (Field 5) 3:00 West Liberty University vs. Young Harris College (Field 1) 3:00 Catawba College vs. Queens University of Charlotte (Field 2) 3:00 Rollins College vs. Lenoir-Rhyne University (Field 3) 5:00 Francis Marion University vs. Hillsdale College (Field 5) 5:00 Young Harris College vs. Queens University of Charlotte (Field 1) 5:00 Coker College vs Brevard College (Field 2) Saturday, March 12, 2011 11 am Francis Marion University vs. Catawba College (Field 5) 11 am Young Harris College vs. Barton College (Field 1) 11 am West Liberty University vs. Armstrong Atlantic State University (Field 2) 1:00 Francis Marion University vs. Brevard College (Field 5) 1:00 Young Harris College vs. Hillsdale College (Field 1) 1:00 Lenoir-Rhyne University vs. Queens University of Charlotte (Field 2) 1:00 West Liberty University vs. Rollins College (Field 3) 3:00 Barton College vs. Catawba College (Field 1) 3:00 Armstrong Atlantic State University vs. Queens University of Charlotte (Field 2) 3:00 Coker College vs. Lenoir-Rhyne University (Field 3) 5:00 Barton College vs. Hillsdale College (Field 1) 5:00 Armstrong Atlantic State University vs. Coker College (Field 2) 5:00 Brevard College vs. Rollins College (Field 3) Sunday, March 13, 2011 9 am Hillsdale College vs. Brevard College (Field 1) 9 am Coker College vs. West Liberty University (Field 2) 9 am Lenoir-Rhyne University vs. Barton College (Field 3) 9 am Rollins College vs. Catawba College (Field 5) 11 am Francis Marion University vs. Rollins College (Field 5) 11 am Hillsdale College vs. Catawba College (Field 1) 11 am Brevard College vs. Armstrong Atlantic State University (Field 2) 11 am Queens University of Charlotte vs. West Liberty University (Field 3) 1:00 Francis Marion University vs. Barton College (Field 5) 1:00 Lenoir-Rhyne University vs. Armstrong Atlantic State University (Field 2)

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Francis Marion University 2011 Softball Media Guide  

Information regarding the 2011 Francis Marion University women's softball program

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