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700 Wins 700

def. Houston Baptist 6-5 (April 13, 2013)

600

def. Doane College 12-1 (March 16, 2011)

500

def. Hastings College 5-1 (May 14, 2009)

400

def. Holy Name University 5-0 (Feb. 22, 2008)

300

def. Vanguard University 3-2 (March 12, 2006)

200

def. Vanguard University 2-0 (April 6, 2004)

100

def. Vanguard University 3-0 (April 12, 2001)


QUICK FACTS

UNIVERSITY

Location: Lake Charles, Louisiana Founded: 1939 Enrollment: 8,992 Nickname: Cowgirls Colors: Royal Blue/Yellow Affiliation: NCAA I-A Conference: Southland President: Dr. Philip Williams

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

Athletics Director: Bruce Hemphill Associate AD/Compliance: Bridget Martin Ast. AD/Sports Info. Director: Matthew Bonnette Ast. AD/Marketing: Danielle Mayeaux Ast. AD/Business Operations: Art Woods Director of Ticket Operations: Garrett Thibodeaux Institutional Rep.: Dr. Mike Soileau Academic Counselor: Amanda Wilhite Head Trainer: Jake Duhon Women’s Head Trainer: Maria White Strength & Conditioning Coach: Jason Little Softball Secretary: Christol Daniels Assistant SID/Softball Contact: Pam LaFosse SID Assistant: Hunter Bower

SOFTBALL STAFF

Head Coach: Mike Smith Alma Mater/Year: The Master’s College, 1992 Career Record: 708-209 (15 yrs.) Record at McNeese St.: 72-36 Years at McNeese St.: Third Assistant Coach: Joanna Hardin Alma Mater/Year: Biola University, 2005 Assistant Coach: James Landreneau

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts/Media................................... 1 2014 Outlook............................................ 2-3 Head Coach Mike Smith......................... 4-5 Assistant Coach Joanna Hardin............. 6 Assistant Coach James Landreneau....... 7 Managers/Trainer.................................... 8 Game Day Sponsors................................. 8 2014 Roster............................................... 11 Player Pages ............................................. 12-29 Lake Charles/McNeese............................ 31-32 President Philip Williams........................ 33

Athletics Director Bruce Hemphill......... 34 Athletics Support Staff............................ 35-36 Academic Success..................................... 37 Athletic Facilities...................................... 38-39 Cowgirl Diamond/H.I.T........................... 41-42 Records/Championship History............. 44-51 Individual Honors.................................... 52-53 Hall of Fame............................................. 54 Coaches’ Records..................................... 55-56 Season Results.......................................... 57-60 All-time Letterwinners............................ 61

MEDIA INFORMATION

Automated Scorebook: McNeese State will utilize the automated scorebook for its games. E-Mail Service: Game files will be e-mailed to opponents’ SID. McNeese State’s Assistant Sports Informations e-mail address is plafosse@mcneese.edu.

Best Time to reach Coach Smith: Head coach Mike Smith can generally be reached during the

morning. All interviews should be coordinated through the assistant SID at (337) 475-5926. Interview Policy: Media interviews of players and coaches are encouraged, and every effort will be made to accomodate media requests. In-person interviews are preferred, but telephone interviews can be arranged through the Sports Information Office. Under no circumstances will student-athletes’ phone numbers be supplied to the media. Practice: As a general rule, practices are usually open to the public. Practice is the best time to reach the coaches and players at once. Efforts will be made to accommodate interview needs before or after practice as long as it is prearranged through the Sports Information Office. Practice begins at 3 p.m daily. Post-Game Interviews: Players and coaches will usually be available for post-game interviews following a team meeting. Media Credentials: Any media without credentials wishing to attend a game may contact Pam LaFosse. A pass list will be located at the entrance of Cowgirl Diamond. Press Box: McNeese’s pressbox is equipped with phone as well as ethernet and wireless capabilities.

SOFTBALL MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT MEDIA

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Record: 38-15 SLC Record/Finish: 19-5/1st Postseason: none Starters Returning/Lost: 8/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/7

Lake Charles American Press: Scooter Hobbs (Sports Editor); Alex Hickey (McNeese beat); P.O. Box 2893, Lake Charles, La. 70602 (AC 337, 494-4069, FAX 494-4036). Southwest Daily News: 716 E. Napoleon St., Sulphur, La. 70663 (AC 337, 527-7075, FAX 528-3044).

SOFTBALL HISTORY

KPLC-TV (NBC): Drew Shirley (Sports Director), Seth Lewis (Assistant); 704 Bilbo St. Lake Charles, La. 70601 (AC 337, 437-7563, FAX 439-9905). KEZM Radio: Bruce Merchant, owner, 101 W. Napoleon St., Sulphur, La. 70663 (AC 337, 527-3611, FAX 527-0213).

ELECTRONIC MEDIA

First Year of Softball: 1979 Overall Record: 786-920 Yrs. In NCAA: 3 (2010, 2005, 1994) Result: 1-6

SOFTBALL FACILITY

Playing Field (Capacity): Cowgirl Diamond (1,200 est.) Field Dimensions: LF- 205, RF- 205, CF- 215

SOFTBALL WEBSITES

Information on Cowgirl softball can be accessed on the McNeese athletics website (www.mcneesesports.com), Twitter (@McNeeseSoftball) and the Southland Conference website (www.southland.org). Follow the Cowgirls on Twitter @McNeeseSoftball

Matthew Bonnette Sports Information Director

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Pam LaFosse Assistant SID Softball Contact

Hunter Bower SID Assistant

CREDITS

The 2014 softball media guide is a product of the McNeese Sports Information Department. It was designed, written and edited by assistant sports information director, Pam LaFosse with the help of SID Matthew Bonnette, SID assistant Hunter Bower, and the softball staff. Photography by Ricky Hickman, Kirk Meche, Gary Hardamon and Julie Fontenot.

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PITCHING LOST

Meagan Bond

RETURNING

Jamie Allred (Jr.) Emily Vincent (So.) Bianca Lilly (Jr.)

GAINED

Rachel Smith (Fr.) Amber Schisler (Fr.)

2013 Stats

18-6, 1.27 ERA

18-6, 2.07 ERA 1-1, 2.80 ERA 1-2, 2.52 ERA

Baytown, TX. Santee, CA.

Cowgirls Look To “Nail It Down” In 2014

McNeese State won the program’s third overall Southland Conference title and tied a program record with 38 wins in 2013 after posting a 38-15 record. Head coach Mike Smith also picked up his 700th career win and was named the Southland’s Coach of the Year. The Cowgirls’ season ended with back-to-back dissappointing losses in the Southland Conference Tournament, thus making the 2014 motto “Nail It Down”. This season, McNeese wants to finish what they feel got away from them last season and that was to advance to the NCAA Tournament, a goal for the Cowgirls every season. Players also broke records in 2013. Outfielder Alanna DiVittorio broke the single season walks record and also became the career leader in that category. DiVittorio also tied the single season record with 48 runs scored. The Cowgirls return all of their starters including pitcher Jamie Allred. In the circle, pitchers Meagan Bond and Jamie Allred both won 18 games apiece. Bond became McNeese’s all-time career victories leader, ending her stellar career with 67 wins. Bond ended the season ranked fourth in the nation with the least amount of walks (0.75) per seven innings. Bond also ranked ninth nationally with a 1.27 ERA. Allred capped off her rookie season ranked 20th in the nation in walks (1.11) per seven innings. McNeese will play five teams that participated in the 2013 NCAA Tournament including Alabama, the 2012 National Champs. Six opponents are ranked in the 2014 USA Today/NFCA Top 25 preseason poll and three other teams received votes in the preseason poll. The Cowgirls will take part in four tournaments and will open the season at CATCHING the South Alabama Mardi Gras Invitational. McNeese will face the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Austin Peay, South Alabama, and, Syracuse. LOST 2013 Stats “Our schedule is one that can help our RPI and potentially help us with none postseason if we can get some big wins against non-conference teams. Our first month of the season is very important for us and we need to play well, gain RETURNING confidence, and compete in the “big game” experience,” said head coach Mike Ashley Modzelewski (Jr.) .317 BA, 29 RBI Stacey Conley (Sr.) .241 BA, 18 RBI Smith. The following week, McNeese will play in the Texas A&M Aggie Classic GAINED where they will play Tulsa, Texas A&M and Oregon State. Jamul, CA. McNeese will return home for the only time in the month of February to host Tori Yanitor (Fr.) Stephen F. Austin in a non-conference doubleheader Feb. 19 in its home opener. The Cowgirls will head back to Alabama Feb. 21-23 to take part in the University of Alabama Bama Bash for its third consecutive tournament. This tournament will also consist of teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament last year. The Cowgirls will face Central Florida and Virginia Tech before concluding tournament play against the 2012 National Champs, Alabama. The Cowgirls will conclude their regular season tournament play at the North Texas Best Western Classic (March 1-2).

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McNeese will face Wichita State and North Texas in this tournament. Other non-conference games has McNeese traveling to nationally ranked UL-Lafayette before beginning Southland Conference play. “I feel like we will be battled tested as we get into conference play with our preseason schedule,” said Smith.

INFIELD LOST

Marissa Koetting

RETURNING

Katie Roux (Sr.) Kim Kennedy (Sr.) Emily Vincent (So.) Taylor Goree (So.) Lakeyn Fontenot (So).

GAINED

Daleigh Fossler (Jr.) Amber Schisler (Fr.) Dakota Matiko (Fr.) Allison Rogers (Fr.) Melissa Arriaga (Fr.) Bryce Etzler (Fr.)

2013 Stats

.211 BA, 16 RBI

.227 BA, 15 RBI .071 BA, 1 RBI .336 BA, 43 RBI .208 BA, 23 RBI .247 BA, 10 RBI

Beatrice, NE. Santee, CA. Corona, CA. Bossier City, LA Palmdale, CA. Red Bluff, CA.

The Cowgirls retrun all but one starter from last season. Seniors Alanna DiVittorio, Victoria Rich, Kim Kennedy and Katie Roux along with juniors Ashley Modzelweski and Lauren Langner and sophomores Jamie Allred, Taylor Goree, Lakeyn Fontenot, and Emily Vincent are the returning starters. Divittorio, Modzelewski, Allred and Vincent have all been named to the Southland Conference preseason team. DiVittorio led the team with a .346 batting average, a .647 slugging percent, .492 on base percent, 48 runs, and 39 walks. She also tied for a team high 12 doubles, nine home runs, and 12 stolen bases and ranked 18th in the NCAA in walks. DiVittorio broke the school season and career record in walks last season. Modzelewski was second on the team with 29 RBI and tied for second on the

Allred returns as the top pitcher after tying for a team high in wins posting a 18-6 record and a 2.07 ERA. The sophomore also ranked 20th in the nation in walks with 1.11 per seven innings. Vincent led the team with 43 RBI and tied for a team high nine home runs. She was second on the team with 48 hits, 18 walks, a .594 slugging percent, and a .432 on base percent. Vincent produced the longest hitting streak of the season, hitting safely in 12 games. McNeese will have nine new faces (eight freshmen) and redshirt Daleigh Fossler who missed last season due to an injury.

OUTFIELD LOST

Megan Knippa Kelsey Jolly Marissa Koetting

2013 Stats

.077 BA, 13 runs .500 BA, 8 runs .211 BA, 16 RBI

RETURNING

Alanna DiVittorio (Sr.) .346 BA, 9 HR Tori Rich (Sr.) .259 BA, 21 runs Lauren Langner (Jr.) .339 BA, 30 runs Brittany Calbert (So.) .250 BA, 15 runs Taylor Schmidt (So.) .246, 5 runs Emily Vincent (So.) .336, 43 RBI

GAINED

Marisa Taunton (Fr.) Beaumont, TX. Tori Yanitor (Fr.) Jamul, CA.

McNeese is picked to either repeat as conference champions or to finish second in the Southland Conference preseason polls. The sports information directors picked McNeese to win the regular season title again while the league’s coaches tabbed the Cowgirls to finish second.

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MIKE SMITH 2013 Southland Conference Coach of the Year

Head Coach McNeese: 72-36/ 2 yrs Career: 708-209/15 yrs.

Third year head coach Mike Smith led McNeese to the program’s first Southland Conference title since 1994, leading McNeese to the 2013 Southland Conference title in his second season with the program as well as his second consecutive 30-win season and tied a program record with 38 wins after posting a 38-13 overall record last season. Smith was named the Southland Conference Coach of the Year in 2013 and had five players named to the All-Southland Conference team and four named to the All-Southland Conference Academic Team Smith picked up his 700th career victory with a 6-5 win over Houston Baptist on April 13, 2013. Smith enters his 16th season of coaching with a career record of 708-207. In 2012, his first season at McNeese, Smith guided the Cowgirls to their biggest win in program history with a 3-1 win over the 2011 National Champs and the 2012 preseason No. 1 ranked Arizona State Sun Devils at the Kajikawa Classic in the season opener. McNeese went on to post a 34-21 overall record and a third-place Southland Conference finish with a 12-8 record. Smith, a veteran coach, who has a national title to his credit along with more than 700 collegiate victories, was named McNeese State’s 10th head softball coach in 2012. Smith served eight years as head coach at California Baptist University, a private university located in Riverside, CA. Smith coached the Lancers (members of the Golden State Athletic Conference) into a softball powerhouse in the NAIA. In 2009 Smith’s team won the NAIA National Championship and the school participated in eight consecutive NAIA World Series, seven of which his teams made it to the final four. His 2011 squad was the national runner-up while the 2010 team placed third, the 2008 team finished fourth, the team was third in 2007, second in both 2006 and 2005, and seventh in 2004. His Lancer squads won 60 or more games each of the last four seasons with a school record 66 victories (five losses) in 2011. Smith’s teams at California Baptist also won the conference title each of his eight years as head coach. Prior to taking the position at California Baptist he was interim head coach at UC Riverside and the four years prior to that he served as head coach at Biola (also a member of the Golden State Athletic Conference), where he won one league title, had a 50 win season, and a 10th place finish in the NAIA World Series. Smith’s l5 year coaching record is 708-207 for a .774 winning percentage and he has coached 19 all-Americans, 55 all-conference players and, 15 NAIA national scholar athletes. In 2011, he served as the head coach of the USA team that played in the Prague International Softball Championships. A graduate of The Master’s College in Santa Clarita, CA, Smith was a two-time alldistrict pitcher on the college baseball team and went on to play in the St. Louis Cardinal organization, reaching the Class AA level. He also played for a number of independent league teams from 1994 to 2001. Smith was a Western Baseball League pitcher of the year with the Mission Viejo (CA) team in both 1997 and 1998, and in 2000 he was the MVP of the WBL championship series with the St. George team. Smith also served as a pitching coach for the Biola baseball team from 1996-1998, and he was also a teacher and coach at Heritage Christian School in Anaheim, CA. from 1993-96 where he was head coach for baseball and boys and girls basketball, an assistant coach in football, and an assistant athletic director. Smith is married, and he and his wife Ellen have two children, Ashlee and Tyler.

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Smith’s Coaching Career 2012-present McNeese State (Head Coach) 2004-2011 California Baptist (Head Coach) 2003 UC-Riverside (Interim Head Coach) 1999-2002 Biola (Head Coach) 1996-98 Biola Baseball (Pitching Coach) 1993-96 Heritage Christian School (head baseball, head girls and boys basketball and assistant football coach; assistant athletics director) Smith’s Playing Career COLLEGIATE The Master’s College Baseball Team • two time All-District PROFESSIONAL 1994-2001 St. Louis Cardinals (Class AA) 1997, 1998- Western League “Pitcher of the Year Mission Vejo (CA.) Team 2000- MVP of WBL Championship Series (St. George) Education

Smith was recognized for his 700th career win prior to playing LSU. Smith picked up his milestone victory at Houston Baptist on April 13, 2013

1992- The Master’s College 1990- San Diego City College

Smith’s Career Record

Overall Conference Year School Record Record 1999 Biola 22-23 5-15 2000 Biola 38-19 14-10 2001 Biola 50-13 19-5 2002 Biola 46-17 19-9 2003 *UC Riverside 13-45 4-17 2004 California Baptist 45-15 17-7 2005 California Baptist 55-7 21-3 2006 California Baptist 57-7 20-4 2007 California Baptist 59-5 22-2 2008 California Baptist 60-8 23-1 2009 California Baptist 61-5 21-3 2010 California Baptist 64-4 23-1 2011 California Baptist 66-5 18-2 2012 McNeese 34-21 12-8 2013 McNeese 38-15 19-5 Totals: 15 years 708-209 257-92

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Conference National Finish Ranking 5th 3rd 15th 1st 4th 2nd 7th 7th 1st 6th 1st 4th 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd NR 1st NR

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NAIA National (10th Place) *Interim Head Coach* NAIA National (6th Place) NAIA National Runner-Up NAIA National Runner-Up NAIA National (3rd Place) NAIA National (4th Place) NAIA National Champion NAIA National (3rd Place) NAIA National Runner-Up SLC Tourn. (Semifinal) SLC Tourn.

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JOANNA HARDIN

Assistant Coach Second Year

Joanna Hardin is in her second season as an assistant coach and works primarily with the Cowgirl pitchers and catchers. In her first season with the Cowgirls (2013), Hardin guided the pitching staff to a top ten national ranking and number one ranking in the Southland Conference in ERA at 1.79. In addition, the Cowgirls led the conference in saves (6) and finished second in strikeouts (364). Senior leader, Meagan Bond finished 2013 ranked fourth in the nation in walks allowed per seven innings (0.75) and ninth in ERA at 1.27. Jamie Allred completed her rookie season ranked fifth in the Southland Conference with an ERA of 2.07. Both Bond and Allred tied for second in the SLC in wins with 18 each, and were honored with all Conference recognition (First Team, Third Team respectively). Hardin, a native of Fullerton, CA., played softball collegiately at Biola University in La Mirada, California from 2001-2005. While at Biola, and under the leadership of current McNeese Head Softball Coach, Mike Smith, Hardin was named to the NFCA and NAIA AllAmerican first team in 2002 and finished her career as a three-time first team All-Golden State Athletic Conference and first team All-Region III selection. Hardin began her coaching career as the head coach at Whittier Christian High School, in La Habra, CA, from 2005-2007. While also teaching full time at WCHS, Hardin helped guide the Heralds to an Olympic League Championship Title in 2006. From 2007-09, Hardin served as assistant coach at Liberty University (Lynchburg, VA.) where she oversaw the pitching staff, conducted camps and clinics, and organized daily practices. In her two years at Liberty, the team finished the 2008 and 2009 season as the Big South Conference Tournament Runners-up. Under Hardin’s tutelage, Tiffani Smith (2011 graduate), was selected to the First Team All- Big South Conference in her sophomore year, the first Flame to receive such honor since 2001. After earning her Master’s Degree from Liberty University, Hardin started and coached a successful 12U/14U travel team, The Virginia Titans, in 2009. In 2010, while coaching the Titans, Hardin also served as head coach at Jefferson Forest High School. She led the Lady Cavaliers to the 2012 Seminole District Tournament Championship, a Virginia High School League Reagion III Runners-up finish, advancing the Lady Cavs to the VHSL State quarter-finals. In 2010, while coaching club and high school softball, Hardin opened and managed an indoor softball training facility in Virginia called “The Compound” where she worked primarily as a pitching and hitting instructor. Hardin and her husband, Travis, reside in Lake Charles, LA.

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JAMES LANDRENEAU

Assistant Coach Second Year

James Landreneau is in his second season as an assistant with the Cowgirls. Landreneau is in charge of hitting and infield as well as maintaining Cowgirl Field. In 2013, the Cowgirls posted a .968 fielding percent which ranked 36th in the nation. The Cowgirls also had a .274 team batting average and ranked fourth in the SLC with 61 doubles. Landreneau is a native of Lake Charles where for 13 years he has served as the owner and founder of Bullet baseball and softball. During this time, he has been responsible for running the baseball/ softball academy as well as managing 15 travel baseball and softball teams. He has seen his organization win over 13 state and four national championships. Landreneau has also produced over 50 college athletes in addition to six professional players. Landreneau served as an assistant softball coach at Barbe High where he was part of a Lady Bucs team that won two district championships (2011, 2012). The Lady Bucs advanced to the semifinals of the state tournament in 2011 and quarterfinals in 2012. Landreneau is a native of Mamou, La. who has lived in Lake Charles for the last 17 years. He resides in Lake Charles with his two children, Aubrey (12) and Jackson (9).

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MacKenzie Bowman Trainer

Elyse Dion Manager

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GOLD-$500

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DUGOUT CLUB

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President- Carl Vincent Vice President- Keith Conley Treasurer- Cheryl Kennedy Secretary- Terri Langner Nominating Committee Kim Vickery Frank DiVittorio Helen Roux Board Members At Large Helen Roux Kim Vickery Frank DiVittorio Sam Fontenot Teresa Goree Wayne and Ruby Allred Vaughn and Trudy Calbert Frank and Donna DiVittorio Matt and Jill Etzler Sam and Julie Fontenot Kenneth Fontenot John and Lorri Fossler Pat and Teresa Goree Dan and Cheryl Kennedy Ron and Terri Langner

BRONZE-$200

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. Name Pos. B/T 1 Taylor Goree 2B/SS R/R 2 Ashley Modzelewski C R/R 3 Victoria Rich OF L/R 4 Alanna DiVittorio OF R/R 5 Lakeyn Fontenot 3B R/R 6 Marisa Taunton OF L/R 7 Emily Vincent P/1B/OF L/R 8 Taylor Schmidt OF R/R 10 Rachel Smith P R/R 11 Kim Kennedy 1B/3B R/R 12 Stacey Conley C R/R 15 Allison Rogers 1B/3B R/R 17 Katie Roux SS R/R 18 Tori Yanitor C/OF R/R 19 Melissa Arriaga SS/2B R/R 20 Dakota Matiko UT R/R 21 Lauren Langner OF L/R 23 Brittany Calbert OF L/R 24 Jamie Allred P R/R 25 Bryce Etzler 2B R/R 27 Amber Schisler P/1B L/R 32 Daleigh Fossler 2B/3B R/R 34 Bianca Lilly P L/L

Ht. 5-9 5-10 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-8 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-2 5-7 5-9 5-3 5-7 5-9 5-4 5-4 5-6 5-5 6-0 5-10 5-3

Cl.-Exp. So.-1VL Jr.-2VL Sr.-1VL Sr.-3VL So.-1VL Fr.-HS So.-1VL So.-1VL Fr.-HS Sr.-3VL Sr.-3VL Fr.-HS Sr.-2VL Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2VL So.-1VL So.-1VL Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-RS Jr.-2VL

Pronunciation Guide

Hometown (Previous School) Lake Charles, LA. (Barbe HS) Sour Lake, TX. (Hardin-Jefferson HS) Fresno, CA. (Arizona Western College) Harahan, LA. (Mt. Carmel Academy) Lake Charles, LA. (Barbe HS) Beaumont, TX. (West Brook HS) Sulphur, LA. (Sulphur HS) Yorba Linda, CA. (Valencia HS) Baytown, TX. (Sterling HS) Moss Bluff, LA. (Sam Houston HS) Kenner, LA. (ArchBishop Chapelle HS) Bossier City, LA. (Parkway HS) Denham Springs, LA. (Denham Springs HS) Jamul, CA. (Canyon HS) Palmdale, CA. (Knight HS) Corona, CA. (Santiago HS) Pearland, TX. (Pearland HS) Lake Charles, LA. (Barbe HS) Hallsville, TX. (Hallsville HS) Red Bluff, CA. (Red Bluff HS) Santee, CA. (Santana HS) Beatrice, NE. (Iowa Western College) Houston, TX. (Lamar HS)

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Mike Smith (The Master’s College, 1992) Assistant Coach: Joanna Hardin (Biola University, 2005) Assistant Coach: James Landreneau Managers: Elyse Dion Trainer: MacKenzie Bowman

McNeese

GOREE (goar-ree) MODZELEWSKI (mod-zuh-leh-ski) DIVITTORIO (d-v-tor-re-oh) LAKEYN (lake-un) FONTENOT (font-no) ROUX (roo) BIANCA (be-aun-cuh)

Roster by Class

SENIORS (5): Victoria Rich,

Alanna DiVittorio, Kim Kennedy, Stacey Conley, Katie Roux

JUNIORS

(4): Ashley Modzelewski, Lauren Langner, Daleigh Fossler, Bianca Lilly

SOPHOMORES (6): Taylor Goree, Lakeyn Fontenot, Emily Vincent, Taylor Schmidt, Brittany Calbert, Jamie Allred FRESHMEN (8): Marisa Taunton, Rachel Smith, Allison Rogers, Tori Yanitor, Melissa Arriaga, Dakota Matiko, Bryce Etzler, Amber Schisler

Roster by State

CALIFORNIA (7): Rich, Schmidt, Yanitor, Arriaga, Matiko, Etzler, Schisler LOUISIANA (9): Goree, DiVittorio, Fontenot, Vincent, Kennedy, Conley, Rogers, Roux, Calbert NEBRASKA (1): Fossler TEXAS (6):Modzelewski, Taunton, Smith, Langner, Allred, Lilly

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Victoria Rich

Outfield

SENIOR • 5-5 • L/R • FRESNO, CA. (ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE)

2013 (JUNIOR): played in 48 games, started in 39 games in right field...fifth on the team with a .259 batting average...tied for fourth on the team with 21 runs scored...29 hits, 11 walks, eight RBI and eight stolen bases...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

ACCOLADES

• 2013 SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

PRE-McNEESE: attended Arizona Western for two years where she helped her team to 60 victories in two years…produced a .346 batting average as a freshman and .329 as a sophomore. HIGH SCHOOL: attended Washington Union where she was a four year letterwinner and a member of the 2010 CIF (Division 4) Championship team…was also a two year volleyball letterwinner…produced a career high .629 batting average and a .743 slugging percent as a junior…collected 17 RBI’s in her senior season. OTHER: played for the 18U Central California Krush in 2010...brother Andrew Rich played baseball for Reedley College PERSONAL: Parents: John and Denise Rich...Born: September 24, 1992…Major: Health and Human Performance

RICH’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A E FLD% 2013 .259 48-39 112 21 29 8 1 1 0 .286 11 2 17 5 0 8 9 33 2 2 .946 TOTAL .259 48-39 112 21 29 8 1 1 0 .286 11 2 17 5 0 8 9 33 2 2 .946

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Alanna DiVittorio

Outfield

SENIOR • 5-7 • R/R • HARAHAN, LA. (MT. CARMEL ACADEMY) 2013 (JUNIOR): played in 51 games, started in 49 as the center fielder...led the team with a .346 batting average, .647 slugging percent, .492 on base percent, 48 runs and 39 walks...tied a team high 12 doubles, nine home runs and 12 stolen bases...ranked 18th in the nation in walks...broke the McNeese season and career walks record...tied the McNeese single season runs record...team MVP... named to the Capital One Academic All-District (1st team)...AllSLC (1st team)...All-Louisiana (1st team)...NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete

ACCOLADES HOLDS SEASON AND CAREER WALKS RECORD • 2013, 2012 CoSIDA Academic All-District (1st team)

• 2013 Team MVP • 2013 ALL-SLC (1st team) • 2013 All-Louisiana (1st team) • 2013 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete • 2012 All-SLC (2nd team) • 2012 All-Louisiana (2nd team) • 2013, 2012 SLC All-Academic (1st team) • 2011 All-SLC (Honorable Mention) • 2011 All-Louisiana (Honorable Mention) • 2011 Louisiana “Co-Freshman of the Year” • 2011, 2012, 2013 SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2012 (SOPHOMORE): played in 51 games and started in 49...tied for a team high seven homeruns...led the team with 34 walks and 15 stolen bases (15 of 17)...also led the team with a .529 slugging percent and a .454 on base percent...second on the team with a .321 batting average, 45 hits and eight doubles...third on the team with 27 RBI...SLC All-Academic (1st team)...All-Louisiana (2nd team)... Capital One Academic All-District (1st team). 2011 (FRESHMAN): played in 59 games and started in 58...led the team with 38 walks...second on the team with 30 RBI, a .472 slugging percent, .393 on base percent, three triples, eight home runs, 76 total bases, 20 stolen bases...third on the team with 31 runs scored...produced with a .255 batting average...All-SLC Honorable Mention...All-Louisiana Honorable Mention...Louisiana “Co-Freshman of the Year” HIGH SCHOOL: attended Mt. Carmel Academy...member of three district and regional championship teams...state quarterfinals (2007)...state champs (2008)...state semifinals (2009)...three-time All-District, All-State, All-Metro, All-New Orleans, Clarion Herold Elite team...hit over .300 with at least 30 hits each season...played soccer and was district MVP in 2008 and 2009...two time All-Metro in soccer. PERSONAL: Parents: Frank and Donna DiVittorio...Born: June 30, 1992... Major: Civil Engineering...Other: father Frank played football at Southeastern La.

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AVG. GP-GS AB .346 51-49 136 .321 54-53 140 .255 59-58 161 .304 164-160 437

DIVITTORIO’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

R 48 37 31 116

H RBI 47 28 45 27 41 30 133 85

2B 12 8 5 25

3B 1 0 3 4

HR SLG% 9 .647 7 .529 8 .472 24 .545

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BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A 39 1 20 2 1 12 14 51 2 34 0 19 4 0 15 17 42 12 38 0 28 1 2 20 22 83 18 111 1 67 7 3 47 53 176 32

E FLD% 2 .964 2 .954 6 .944 10 .954

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Kim Kennedy

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First Base Third Base

SENIOR • 5-7 • R/L • HARAHAN, LA. (MT. CARMEL ACADEMY) SENIOR • 5-7 • R/R • MOSS BLUFF, LA. (SAM HOUSTON HIGH)

2013 (JUNIOR): played in 13 games and started in five due to an early season injury...14 at bats...one hit, run, RBI and walk...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

ACCOLADES

• 2013 Commissioner’s Honor Roll • 2012 SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2012 (SOPHOMORE): played in and started all 55 games...tied for a team high five home runs...third on the team with 29 runs scored and 16 walks...31 hits... six doubles...15 RBI...221 batting average...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2011 (FRESHMAN): played in 25 games, started in 19...51 at bats, 10 hits, one triple, 4 RBI, .196 batting average...scored six runs. HIGH SCHOOL: attended Sam Houston High where she was a member of the 2010 state runners-up team and 2009 state semifinalist team...four time All-District... district MVP (2010)...three time All-State...three time All-Southwest...played in the LHSAA All-Star game. PERSONAL: Parents: Dan and Cheryl Kennedy... Born: May 22, 1992...Major: Health and Human Perfomance...Other: sister Katie played volleyball at McNeese State.

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KENNEDY’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

AVG. GP-GS AB R H RBI .071 13-5 14 1 1 1 .221 55-55 140 29 31 15 .196 25-19 51 6 10 4 .205 93-79 205 36 42 20

2B 0 6 0 6

3B 0 1 1 2

HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A 0 .071 1 4 5 1 0 0 0 30 2 5 .471 16 8 39 10 0 2 2 138 95 0 .255 1 0 14 2 0 0 0 130 5 5 .327 18 12 58 13 0 2 2 298 102

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E FLD% 0 1.000 8 .967 3 .978 11 .973

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Stacey Conley

Catcher

SENIOR SENIOR• •5-2 5-7• •R/R R/L••KENNER, HARAHAN, LA.LA. (ARCHBISHOP (MT. CARMELCHAPELLE ACADEMY)HIGH)

2013 (JUNIOR): played in 31 games and started in 18...54 at bats, 13 hits, seven RBI, three doubles and a .241 batting average. 2012 (SOPHOMORE): played in 53 games and started in 50...fourth on the team with seven doubles... fifth on the team with a .331 on base percent and 19 RBI....248 batting average...34 hits...16 walks...seven runs scored....983 fielding percent. 2011 (FRESHMAN): played and started in 51 games... third on the team with five home runs...128 at bats, 28 hits, six doubles, 22 RBI, .219 batting average, .383 slugging percent, 17 walks. HIGH SCHOOL: attended Archbishop Chapelle High...five year starter...five time All-District...two time All-Metro...All-Times Picayune...United States Army Student-Athlete of the year. PERSONAL: Parents: Keith and Barbie Conley... Born: July 16, 1992...Major: General Studies

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CONLEY’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

AVG. GP-GS AB R H RBI .241 31-18 54 3 13 7 .248 53-50 137 7 34 19 .219 51-51 128 12 28 22 .235 135-119 319 22 75 48

2B 3 7 6 16

3B 1 1 0 2

HR SLG% 0 .333 1 .401 5 .469 6 .354

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BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A 5 1 7 6 0 0 0 95 12 16 1 12 9 0 0 0 157 16 17 1 16 8 2 0 0 274 32 38 3 35 23 2 0 0 526 60

E FLD% 2 .982 3 .983 4 .987 9 .985

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Katie Roux

Shortstop

SENIOR • 5-9 • R/R • DENHAM SPRINGS, LA. (DENHAM SPRINGS HIGH)

2013 (JUNIOR): started in 49 games...30 hits, 21 runs, .227 batting average...tied for third on the team with five home runs and 12 walks...15 RBI and a .969 fielding percent...SLC AllAcademic (2nd team)...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete

ACCOLADES

• 2013, 2012 SLC All-Academic (2nd team) • 2013 NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete • 2011 All-SLC (Honorable Mention) • 2011 All-Louisiana (Honorable Mention) • 2011, 2012, 2013 SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2012 (SOPHOMORE): played and started in 50 games....261 batting average...119 at bats, 31 hits, six doubles, two home runs and 14 RBI....361 slugging percent and a .326 on base percent....933 fielding percent. 2011 (FRESHMAN): played in and started in 58 games...fourth n the team with a .270 batting average...tied for second on team with 30 RBI and eight doubles...47 hits, 27 runs scored...All-SLC honorable mention...All-Louisiana honorable mention...SLC Commissioner’s honor roll. HIGH SCHOOL: attended Denham Springs High where she was a four year letter winner in softball, volleyball and basketball... member of the 2008 District Championship team...District Runners-Up (2007, 2009)...member of two state Semifinals and one state quarterfinal teams...three time All-District...All-State (2009). CLUB: member of the Baton Rouge Blazers (2005-07)... USSSA World Series Defensive MVP (2005)...USSSA AllState (2007)...member of the La. Patriots (2008-09)...2008 NAFA 18U Elite Nationals (5th)...World Series (13th)...ASA State “Player of the Game” (2009). PERSONAL: Parents: Robert and Helen Roux...Born: May 24, 1992... Major: Health and Human Performance...Other: brother David played baseball at Louisiana College

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AVG. GP-GS AB .227 49-49 132 .261 50-50 119 .270 58-58 174 .254 157-157 425

ROUX’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

R H RBI 21 30 15 11 31 14 27 47 30 59 108 59

2B 3 6 8 17

3B 0 0 1 1

HR SLG% 5 .364 2 .429 1 .402 8 .355

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BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A 12 15 11 2 1 1 2 60 66 7 5 8 11 1 0 0 74 94 10 7 19 7 1 2 5 127 83 29 27 38 20 3 3 7 261 243

E FLD% 4 .969 12 .933 11 .950 27 .949

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Ashley Modzelewski

Catcher

JUNIOR • 5-10 • R/R • SOUR LAKE, TX. (HARDIN-JEFFERSON HIGH) 2013 (SOPHOMORE): played in 43 games and started in 39...second on the team with 29 RBI...tied for second on the team with five home runs...fourth on the team with a .317 batting average...39 hits, four doubles...All-SLC (1st team)...All-Louisiana (2nd team)...named to the SLC All-Time Softball Roster 2012 (FRESHMAN): played in 51 games, started in 49...second on the team with 28 RBI...tied for second on the team with eight doubles...third on the team with a .269 batting average...39 hits, one triple and five home runs....441 slugging percent....314 on base percent...All-SLC (1st team/DH) All-Louisiana (1st team). HIGH SCHOOL: attended Hardin-Jefferson High where she was a three-time all-district selection...also a member of the volleyball, cross country, track and power lifting teams. PERSONAL: Parents: John and Kim Vickery...Born: July 14, 1994... Major: Biological Science...married to Caleb Modzelewski ACCOLADES: 2013 All-SLC (1st team), All-Louisiana (1st team), SLC All-Time Softball Roster, 2012: All-SLC (1st/DH), All-Louisiana (1st/DH) YEAR 2013 2012 TOTAL

AVG. GP-GS AB .317 43-39 123 .269 51-49 145 .291 94-88 268

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MODZELEWSKI’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

R 10 15 25

H RBI 39 29 39 28 78 57

2B 3B HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A 4 2 5 .504 6 2 19 1 1 0 0 262 11 8 1 5 .538 7 3 35 3 1 0 0 139 16 12 3 10 .470 13 5 54 4 2 0 0 392 27

Lauren Langner

E FLD% 4 .986 4 .973 8 .981

Outfield

JUNIOR • 5-4 • L/R • PEARLAND, TX. (PEARLAND HIGH) 2013 (SOPHOMORE): played and started in 52 games...led the team with 61 hits, 193 plate appearances and 180 at bats...tied for a team high with 12 doubles and 12 stolen bases...second on the team with a .339 batting average and 30 runs scored...1.000 fielding percent...All-Louisiana (honorable mention) 2012 (FRESHMAN): played in 51 games, started in 49...tied for a team high 11 sacrifice bunts...fourth on the team with a .264 batting average and 37 hits...fifth on the team with 20 runs scored...140 at bats, five doubles, two triples and 15 RBI....329 slugging percent and a .322 on base percent... All-SLC (honorable mention). HIGH SCHOOL: attended Pearland High where she was a four year letter winner...member of the 2011 5A State Finalist Team, 2010 5A State Champs, 2009 State Runners-Up and 2008 Region III Finalist...three time All-District...two time All-State...2011 Louisville Slugger/NFCA High School AllAmerican Team...2011 NFCA South Central All-Region First Team...2010 NFCA South Central All-Region Second Team...2011 team Defensive Player of the Year...2010 team Offensive Player of the Year...2009 team Most Improved...2008 team Rookie of the Year...2009 State All-Tournament Team. PERSONAL: Parents: Ron and Terri Langner...Born: June 4, 1992... Major: General Studies...sister of former Cowgirl standout outfielder, Lindsey... cousin Crystal played tennis and basketball for Tarleton State. ACCOLADES: 2013 All-Louisiana (honorable mention), SLC All-Academic, SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2012: All-SLC (honorable mention), SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll YEAR 2013 2012 TOTAL

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AVG. GP-GS AB .339 52-52 180 .264 51-49 140 .306 103-101 320

R 30 20 50

LANGNER’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

H RBI 61 20 37 15 98 121

2B 12 5 17

3B 1 2 3

HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A 0 .417 6 4 14 3 0 12 16 81 2 0 .379 8 4 6 11 0 1 1 98 70 0 .378 14 8 20 14 0 13 17 179 72

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E FLD% 0 1.000 6 .966 6 .977

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Bianca Lilly

Pitcher

JUNIOR • 5-3 • L/L • HOUSTON, TX. (LAMAR HIGH)

2013 (SOPHOMORE): appeared in 10 games and earned five starts...25.0 innings pitched...posted a 1-2 record with a 2.52 ERA...20 strikeouts...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2012 (FRESHMAN): appeared in 16 games...seven starts...four complete games...4-1 record...second best ERA on the team (1.62)...56.0 innings pitched...35 strikeouts...two shutouts...one save HIGH SCHOOL: attended Lamar High where she was a three year letter winner...three time All-District...All-State. PERSONAL: Parents: William and Connie Lilly...Born: August 30, 1993... Major: graduated in Criminal Justice (Fall 2013)...currently working on her masters in Psychology. ACCOLADES: 2013 SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll YEAR W-L 2013 1-2 2012 4-1 TOTAL 5-3

SV 0 1 1

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ERA GS 2.52 5 1.62 7 1.90 12

CG SHO 1 0 4 2 5 2

IP 25.0 56.0 81.0

H R ER BB SO WP HB 2B 3B HR SH SF 26 15 9 4 20 2 2 3 0 2 2 0 45 15 13 7 35 2 6 10 0 4 5 0 71 30 22 11 55 4 8 13 0 6 7 0

Daleigh Fossler

Second Base Third Base

JUNIOR • 5-10 • R/R • BEATRICE, NE. (IOWA WESTERN COLLEGE) 2012: spent the season as a redshirt PRE-McNEESE: attended Iowa Western Community College where she was a member of the district, conference and regional champions...2011 National Tournament...All-Region...ICCAC (first team)...academic all-region HIGH SCHOOL: attended Beatrice High where she was a two year letter winner...member of one district and conference championship teams...district runners-up...member of two state qualifying teams...two time all-conference and all state...All-Nebraska/Super State (2nd team)...also lettered in basketball, tennis and volleyball PERSONAL: Parents: John and Lorri Fossler...Born: November 27, 1991... Major: General Studies OTHER: father played baseball at Northwest Missouri State University...older brother played baseball at Cloud County Community College

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Taylor Goree

Second Base Shortstop

SOPHOMORE • 5-9 • R/R • LAKE CHARLES, LA. (BARBE HIGH) 2013 (FRESHMAN): played in 52 games and started in 50 as a rookie...fourth on the team with 23 RBI and seven doubles...26 hits, three home runs, 16 runs scored and a .208 batting average...942 fielding percent...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll HIGH SCHOOL: prepped at Barbe High where she was an four year letter winner in softball and volleyball…team captain three years…member of the 2009 state runners-up team and the 2010 and 2011 district championship and state quarter finalist teams…threetime all-district and all-Southwest Louisiana…two time all-state…batted .538 her junior season and .430 her sophomore year…was coached by former Cowgirl second baseman Sarah (Everingham) Portie. PERSONAL: Parents: Pat and Teresa Goree...Born: January 19, 1994…Major: Chemistry OTHER: 2013 SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll GOREE’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A E FLD% 2013 .208 52-50 125 16 26 23 7 0 3 .336 11 11 22 3 4 1 1 71 42 7 .942 TOTAL .208 52-50 125 16 26 23 7 0 3 .336 11 11 22 3 4 1 1 71 42 7 .942

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Lakeyn Fontenot

Third Base

SOPHOMORE • 5-4 • R/R • LAKE CHARLES, LA. (BARBE HIGH) 2013 (FRESHMAN): played in 42 games and started in 40...24 hits, two doubles, 10 RBI, scored five runs with a .247 batting average... six walks...931 fielding percent...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete HIGH SCHOOL: prepped at Barbe High where she was a four year letter winner in softball and volleyball…member of the 2009 5A state runners-up team…2010 and 2011 district champs and state quarter finalist…three time all-district...two time all-state….361 batting average and a .446 slugging percent as a junior…coached by former Cowgirl second baseman Sarah (Everingham) Portie. PERSONAL: Parents: Sam and Julie Fontenot...Born: February 6, 1994…Major: Health and Human Performance ACCOLADES: 2013 SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete FONTENOT’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A E FLD% 2013 .247 42-40 97 5 24 10 2 0 0 .268 6 4 12 5 0 2 2 57 64 9 .931 TOTAL .247 42-40 97 5 24 10 2 0 0 .263 6 4 12 5 0 2 2 57 64 9 .931

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Emily Vincent

Pitcher First Base Outfield

SOPHOMORE • 5-8 • L/R • SULPHUR, LA. (SULPHUR HIGH) 2013 (FRESHMAN): played in 51 games and started in 47...led the team with 43 RBI...tied for a team high nine home runs...had the longest hitting streak of 12 games...second on the team with 48 hits, 18 walks, .594 slugging percent, .432 on base percent...tied for second on the team with 30 runs scored...third on the team with eight doubles and a .336 hitting percent...All-SLC (2nd team)...AllLouisiana (honorable mention)...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll HIGH SCHOOL: attended Sulphur High where she was a softball and volleyball letter winner…three time all-district…all-state her senior year…three time all-Southwest Louisiana...played for the 18U LA Express in 2011; brother Nick played football for McNeese. PERSONAL: Parents: Carl and Carla Vincent...Born: March 2, 1994…Major: Health and Human Performance ACCOLADES: 2013 All-SLC (2nd team), All-Louisiana (honorable mention), SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll VINCENT’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A E FLD% 2013 .336 51-47 143 30 48 43 8 1 9 .594 18 7 24 1 1 1 3 76 10 4 .956 TOTAL .336 51-47 143 30 48 43 8 1 9 .594 18 7 24 1 1 1 3 76 10 4 .956

YEAR W-L 2013 1-1 TOTAL 1-1

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VINCENT’S CAREER PITCHING STATISTICS

SV ERA GS 2 2.80 2 2 2.80 2

CG SHO IP 1 0 20.0 1 0 20.0

H R ER BB SO WP HB 2B 3B HR SH SF 17 11 8 8 26 4 3 4 0 0 3 1 17 11 8 8 26 4 3 4 0 0 3 1

Taylor Schmidt

Outfield

SOPHOMORE • 5-4 • R/R • YORBA LINDA, CA. (VALENCIA HIGH) 2013 (FRESHMAN): played in 29 games, started in 19...57 at bats, 14 hits, two doubles, eight RBI, six walks, three runs, .246 batting average...SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete HIGH SCHOOL: four year letter winner in softball and two year volleyball leter winner…four time all-Empire League…Empire League Female Athlete of the Year (2012)…Empire League MVP (2011)...three time Empire League Scholar Athlete...Co-captain (2012)…CIF playoffs twice…produced a 30-6 record in three seasons as a pitcher….336 batting average as a sophomore…hit 11 home runs with 29 RBI as a junior. PERSONAL: Parents: John and Pattie Schmidt...Born: July 23, 1994…Major: Sociology OTHER: sister, Torie played softball for Texas; father John was a member of the El Camino College (Ca.) track team. ACCOLADES: 2013: SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete

SCHMIDT’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A E FLD% 2013 .246 29-19 57 5 14 8 2 0 0 .281 6 1 15 0 3 0 0 16 1 0 1.000 TOTAL .246 29-19 57 5 14 8 2 0 0 .281 6 1 15 0 3 0 0 16 1 0 1.000

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Brittany Calbert

Outfield

SOPHOMORE • 5-4 • L/R • LAKE CHARLES, LA. (BARBE HIGH) 2013 (FRESHMAN): played in 36 games...scored 15 runs and stole eight bases...four at bats...one hit HIGH SCHOOL: prepped at Barbe High where she was a member of the 2009 state runners-up team and the 2010 and 2011 district championship and state quarter finalist teams…three time all-district…all-state her senior year…two time all-Southwest Louisiana... coached by former Cowgirl second baseman Sarah (Everingham) Portie. PERSONAL: Parents: Vaughn and Trudy Calbert...Born: November 17, 1993…Major: General Studies

CALBERT’S CAREER HITTING STATISTICS

YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR SLG% BB HP SO SH SF SB AS PO A E FLD% 2013 .250 36-0 4 15 1 0 0 0 0 .250 0 1 0 0 0 8 9 0 0 0 .000 TOTAL .250 36-0 4 15 1 0 0 0 0 .250 0 1 0 0 0 8 9 0 0 0 .000

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Jamie Allred

Pitcher

SOPHOMORE • 5-6 • R/R • HALLSVILLE, TX. (HALLSVILLE HIGH) 2013 (FRESHMAN): appeared in 30 games...23 starts...11 complete games...posted an 18-6 record with a 2.07 ERA...tied for a team high 18 wins...152.0 innings pitched, 143 strikeouts, one save...ranked 20th in the nation in walks allowed per seven innings (1.11)...All-SLC (third team)... SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll...NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete HIGH SCHOOL: attended Hallsville High where she was a four year letter winner…also a two year letter winner in cross country…member of two district championship, two bi-district, area championship, regional quarterfinal and regional semifinalist teams…three time team MVP…Freshman of the Year…13-4A Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore…14-4A district MVP as a junior…two time all-state…All East Texas…All East Texas “Pitcher of the Year” as a junior. PERSONAL: Parents: Wayne and Ruby Allred...Born: July 12, 1994…Major: Business: Other: played for the Texas Travelers where she was a member of the state and national championship teams; also played for the LA Freedom and Texas Glory. ACCOLADES: 2013: All-SLC (third team), SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete

YEAR W-L 2013 18-6 TOTAL 18-6

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ALLRED’S CAREER PITCHEING STATISTICS

SV ERA GS 1 2.07 23 1 2.07 23

CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO WP HB 2B 3B HR SH SF 11 4 152.0 135 57 45 24 143 12 15 19 5 5 19 1 11 4 152.0 135 57 45 24 143 12 15 19 5 5 19 1

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Marisa Taunton

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Outfield

FRESHMAN • 5-7 • L/R • BEAUMONT, TX. (WEST BROOK HIGH) HIGH SCHOOL: attended West Brook High where she lettered all four years...member of one district championship and one BiDistrict championship team...three time all-district...district Newcomer of the Year...two time Beaumont Enterprise Super Gold first team...team offensive MVP twice...honor graduate...National Honor Society...coached by former Cowgirl first baseman Katie Shumaker. PERSONAL: Parents: Jimmy and Liz Taunton...Born: Nov. 7, 1994…Major: Health & Human Performance

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Rachel Smith

Pitcher

FRESHMAN • 5-6 • R/R • BAYTOWN, TX. (STERLING HIGH) HIGH SCHOOL: attended Sterling High where she was a four year letter winner...member of the 2012 district and bi-district championship teams...four time first team all-district...member of the 2011 district runners-up team...led her team in batting average, RBI and extra base hits...two time academic all-district (2011, 2012) PERSONAL: Parents: Jimmy and Shirley Smith...Born: Feb. 19, 1995…Major: Business Administration

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Allison Rogers

First Base Third Base

FRESHMAN • 5-7 • R/R • BOSSIER CITY, LA. (PARKWAY HIGH) HIGH SCHOOL: attended Parkway High where she was a four year letter winner...member of the 2013 district championship team... member of the 2010 and 2011 district runners-up teams...three bi-district teams and one state quarter finalist team...four time all-district... district MVP (2013)...two time all-state...Valedictorian...National Honor Society...Beta Club PERSONAL: Parents: Russell and Cheryl Rogers...Born: June 22, 1995…Major: Biology

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Tori Yanitor

Catcher Outfield

FRESHMAN • 5-3 • R/R • JAMUL, CA. (STEELE CANYON HIGH) HIGH SCHOOL: attended Steele Canyon High where she was a four year letter winner...member of the 2010 and 2011 league championship teams...all-league as a freshman...team captain twice...batted over .400 as a freshman and .424 her junior year...Honor Roll PERSONAL: Parents: Lisa and Tim Yanitor...Born: September27, 1995…Major: undecided

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Melissa Arriaga

Shortstop Second Base

FRESHMAN • 5-7 • R/R • PALMDALE, CA. (KNIGHT HIGH) HIGH SCHOOL: attended Knight High where she was a four year letter winner...member of the 2011 Gold League Champions...four time all-Golden League (1st team)...offensive MVP (2010)...defensive MVP (2013)...had a .523 batting average her junior season with eight home runs and 38 RBI...team captain PERSONAL: Parents: Lupe and Jose Arriaga...Born: February 14, 1995…Major: Biology

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Dakota Matiko

Utility

FRESHMAN • 5-9 • R/R • CORONA, CA. (SANTIAGO HIGH) HIGH SCHOOL: attended Santiago High where she was a four year letter winner...member of two league championships, two CIF championship and one state championship...all-league...2013 state team of the year....national runners-up...all-academic...student MVP PERSONAL: Parents: Doane and Kathy Matiko...Born: July 7, 1995…Major: Business Administration

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Bryce Etzler

Second Base

FRESHMAN • 5-5 • R/R • RED BLUFF, CA. (RED BLUFF HIGH) HIGH SCHOOL: attended Red Bluff High where she was a four year letter winner...member of four league championships...member of two NSCIF Section championships and one NSCIF Section runners-up team...three time all-league...played in 17 games as a senior due to an injury...Honor Roll PERSONAL: Parents: Matt and Jill Etzler...Born: January 11, 1995…Major: Business Administration/Accounting

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Amber Schisler

Pitcher First Base

FRESHMAN • 6-0 • L/R • SANTEE, CA. (SANTANA HIGH) HIGH SCHOOL: attended Santana High where she was a four year letter winner...member of three league titles...member of the 2013 CIF Division champions...member of two CIF runners-up teams...four time all-league...All-CIF...2010 Grossmont Valley Pitcher of the Year...produced a .089 ERA as a senior...also a member of the golf, tennis and water polo teams...Honor Roll...six time recipient of the Union Tribune Athletic Scholar Award PERSONAL: Parents: Ronald and Rosemary Schisler...Born: October 11, 1994…Major: Accounting

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Dr. Philip C. Williams University President

Dr. Williams earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of North Carolina, graduating with honors in history. He earned his law degree at the Columbia University School of Law in New York City. During the course of his legal profession, he practiced corporate law and served as administrative vice president and counsel for Sea World, Inc. During the 1980’s he and his wife Sandra were active writers, publishing a series of children’s mysteries, adult mysteries, and non-fiction works. In 1994, Dr. Williams returned to Chapel Hill to earn his M.P.H. and Ph.D. degrees in Health Policy and Administration. He served for one year as a post-doctoral research fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, then accepted a faculty position at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina, where he taught health law and management courses in the College of Business and was appointed to serve as Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs. He joined the staff of Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina in 2003 as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, and in 2006 he became President of the University of Montevallo in Alabama. In the spring of 2010 he was selected to serve as the 6th President of McNeese State University. Since his arrival at McNeese, he has presided over the development of a new strategic plan, which features the promotion of innovative teaching and learning, regional partnerships, service-learning opportunities, applied research, cultural engagement, and athletic excellence. He has frequently stated his desire for McNeese to play an active role in the civic and economic renaissance likely to transform Southwest Louisiana over the next five years.

McNeese Facts • Established in 1939, McNeese State has an enrollment of 8,900. The university is located in Lake Charles, a city with a population of 90,000. The city is located in the Southwest corner of the state, 30 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico and 30 miles east of the Texas-Louisiana border. • In 1993, the Pulitzer Prize for fiction was awarded to Dr. Robert Olen Butler, then a member of the university’s Department of Languages. • Among former McNeese athletes who have gone on to professional stardom have been basketball’s Joe Dumars (Detroit, now president of basketball operations), baseball’s Ray Fontenot (New York Yankees) and football’s Kerry Joseph (Canadian Football League). • McNeese is the first public university in the state to offer a concentration in Forensic Chemistry • McNeese now has seven Senior Fulbright Scholars on its faculty that have traveled to Greece, Finland, Moldova, Romania, Rwanda, China and Korea. • The College of Nursing is nationally accredited by the National League of Nursing and continually has a high passing rate on the nursing licensing examination. • The College of Business has an intership program which places students nationwide. • McNeese offers a degree in Athletic Training. Dr. Williams introducing “The Cowboy” by legendary western painter and sculptor Buck McCain statue at the Jack V. Doland Field House.

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Bruce Hemphill Athletic Director

Bruce Hemphill, former associate athletics director at the University of Wyoming and assistant to the athletics director at the University of North Carolina, was named McNeese State athletics director on Aug. 15. He is the 9th athletics director in McNeese history. “It is rare to have one candidate pull head and shoulders away from all applicants so early in the search process,” McNeese President Dr. Philip Williams said. “Bruce is a unique find and meets every criteria that we were seeking in an athletics director. “He understands the role athletics plays in the larger university environment and he understands the difficulty we face with the athletic budget and the importance of increasing revenue through private sources and auxiliary means,” Williams said. “I am deeply honored and excited to be given the responsibility to lead the athletics department at this great university,” Hemphill said. “I plan to immerse myself in the history of McNeese State University and McNeese athletics and to meet with as many people as possible to determine what is good for McNeese.” The Sulphur, La., native has 24 years administrative experience at the collegiate and high school levels. He supervised 10 of 17 programs offered at a major Division 1 university and was responsible for budget oversight, game operations, facilities, personnel, compliance, team travel and recruiting. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Louisiana State University where he was a three-year letterman in football and won All-Academic Southeast Conference honors at wide receiver. His professional experience began at LSU where he was a graduate assistant and assistant football coach. In 1984, after serving as the supervisor for health and physical education for the Louisiana Department of Education, he returned to collegiate athletics and served for two years as an assistant football coach at Louisiana Tech University. In 1987 he became the recruiting coordinator at North Carolina State University. From 1989-1990 he served as the assistant recruiting coordinator at the University of South Carolina. He joined the athletics department staff at the University of North Carolina in 1990 and served eight years as assistant to the athletics director and director of recruiting. From 1999-2003 he was associate athletics director at the University of Wyoming. In 2003 he returned to North Carolina and accepted a position as athletics director at a 4A high school, the largest classification in the state. Quotes from colleagues about Bruce Hemphill: “McNeese has hired the perfect fit in Bruce Hemphill. He is from Southwest Louisiana and he will bring the community together around McNeese athletics. Bruce understands what it takes to build a successful Division I athletics program. He has exceptional people skills and he is a great leader and motivator. He is a fundraiser and he will build support for the program. Bruce is a professional and kind of person McNeese needs. He is a terrific choice!” - Lee Moon, Director of Athletics - University of North Florida; Former Athletics Director - University of Wyoming “McNeese hit a home run with Bruce Hemphill! A great plus for Bruce is that he is from Louisiana, played football at LSU and worked at LSU and Louisiana Tech. He knows what it takes to build a successful program and he will lead the McNeese athletics department in the right direction. I have known Bruce since 1982 and our paths have crossed several times. He has held a wide range of positions in collegiate athletics from recruiting to administrative and he knows how to get things done. Bruce understands the role that athletics plays in the overall success of the university. He is a people person and he will do a great job with fundraising and moving the McNeese athletics department forward. He is without a doubt the best choice for the McNeese athletics director!” - Carl Torbush, Head Football Coach - East Tennessee State University; Former Head Football Coach - University of North Carolina “What a tremendous opportunity for Bruce. Bruce has a wealth of experience at a lot of different levels in athletics. He has great integrity and loyalty. I know he’s very excited about being the athletics director at McNeese, with his ties to South Louisiana this is a perfect fit.” - Mack Brown, Head Football Coach - University of Texas; Former Head Football Coach - University of North Carolina “Bruce is an excellent choice to lead McNeese athletics. He is a ‘can do’ guy and during his time at Wyoming I was impressed with his professionalism, people skills and positive outlook. He has an effective public presence and was very engaged with fundraising. Bruce will build support for McNeese State University and McNeese athletics.” - Dr. Philip Dubois, Chancellor - University of North Carolina Charlotte; Former President - University of Wyoming

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Athletic Support Staff

Bridget Martin

Associate

Mayeaux is a 2011 graduate and women’s soccer student athlete of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a minor in history. She began her sport marketing career at Dulins Sports Academy where she designed marketing plans and managed three summer soccer camps.

AD for Compliance/SWA

Bridget Martin is in her 10th year as the university’s associate athletic director and is also in her 11th year as the coordinator of compliance for the McNeese State athletic department. She also serves as the senior woman administrator for the university. A native of Lake Arthur, Martin had served as the McNeese women’s basketball coach. During an 11 year period she served as head basketball coach for seven seasons and four seasons as co-head coach. She is a graduate of Louisiana Tech and coached St. Louis High (Lake Charles) to a state title in 1988-89. She serves on the NCAA compliance cabinet committee and various Southland Conference committees and was recently selected as vice president of the league’s advisory council for the next two years and will assume the presidency in 2014-15. Assistant AD for Sports Information Matthew Bonnette is in his second year as the assistant athletic director for sports information at McNeese State. A 2002 graduate of McNeese in mass communication, he replaced his father, Louis, who retired in the summer of 2012 after a remarkable 46-year career as the school’s only SID. Bonnette spent nine years at Northwestern State as an associate SID where he won numerous LSWA awards for various media guides. Prior to NSU, he served one year as the SID at Henderson State. His 2013 football fact sheet (first place) and media guide (second place) were recognized by the LSWA this past summer. He is a member of CoSIDA, where he serves as the district coordinator for CoSIDA Academic All-America nominating and voting. He’s also a member of the NCBWA (National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association) and USBWA (United States Basketball Writers Association) as well as the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. His brother, Michael, is the head SID at LSU. Before getting into the sports information profession, Bonnette spent several years as commercial production manager for KPLC-TV in Lake Charles and in 2000, earned the “Best of Show” ADDY award for his commercial promoting McNeese football season tickets. Bonnette is married to the former Colene Lanier of Lake Charles and the couple has two daughters, Haley (13) and Katelyn (9).

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Arthell “Art” Woods Assistant AD for Business Operations

Art Woods is the newest addition to the McNeese State athletic department as an assistant athletics director for business operations. Woods, a graduate of Western Michigan University with a degree in business administration, comes to McNeese from Central State University where he served as both a budget analyst for academic affairs and a football coach. At CSU, he managed and coordinated the preparation and implementation of the Division of the Division of Academic Affairs budget, including budget development, monitoring, analyzing, revenue forecasting, analyzing budget requests, assessing financial impact of major policy, and fiscal and operational issues. As a coach at CSU, he coached the tight ends in 2012 and defensive backs in 2013. Prior to joining CSU, he was the owner and president of The Art Group where he provided consultation to various small business organizations with regards to establishing operating efficiencies, while assisting them in the area of better business practices. He also offered accounting, marketing strategies, financial reporting and tax services. Woods has also been employed as the senior budget accountant for the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan; administrative accountant III for the Black Family Development in Detroit; budgetary control manager for the City of Highland Park in Highland, Mich.; senior accountant for Lear Corporation, Ford Division in Dearborn, Mich. and as a budget analyst for Wayne State University in the College of Education.

Garrett Thibodeaux DirectorofTicketOperations/Asst.DirectorGameOps

Garrett Thibodeaux joins McNeese after working as a ticket Office representative at Oklahoma State University for the 2012-2013 season. While there, he was responsible for preparing daily deposits, processing renewals and ticket requests, printing and mailing tickets, supervising student staff, and working game day events. Thibodeaux is a graduate of LSU, where he worked all four years as a student worker in the LSU Ticket Office. As a student worker, he was able to gain valuable skills and experience the importance of proper ticket office operations. He was responsible for the packaing and shipping over 17,000 season tickets, assisting in game day parking and ticketing, and managing the parking budget. In order to complete his undergraduate course work at LSU, Thibodeaux worked as Asst. AD for Marketing, Ticketing and Game Ops an intern in the McNeese Athletic Department where he had the opportunity to work in several areas of athletics including event management, sports information, marketing, and Danielle Mayeaux, who spent the 2011-12 athletic season as a ticketing. marketing intern at McNeese and helped develop and coordinate marketing plans, student rewards program, YouTube productions, ticketing efforts and game day operations, among many other variables, has been named the athletic department’s new Director of Ticketing and Marketing. Faculty Athletic Representative Mayeaux returns to McNeese after having spent the past season as a marketing intern and the Director of Soccer Operations at the University of Memphis, where she’ll receive Dr. Michael Soileau serves as the university faculty representative for the her master’s degree in sport and leisure commerce May 2014. Southland Conference and the NCAA. He is a 1988 graduate of McNeese In her first stint at McNeese, Mayeaux developed marketing plans for football, baseState and earned his masters degree from the university in 1990. ball, softball, and men’s and women’s basketball. She also managed and directed all social He obtained his PhD from Texas A&M-Commerce in 1994. He is currently media outlets which saw its followers increase by 83% and “likes” by 151%. the university’s department head of Health and Human Performance, the Director of Recreation and She managed the “Blue Blaze” student rewards program, created and developed an associate professor. Dr. Soileau also handles the clock and score keeping at McNeese basketball weekly YouTube productions, coordinated Rowdy’s JV Team kids club, helped design games. He and his wife Pauline have three children, Logan, Cameron and Mattie. game programs and media guide covers as well as schedule cards, assisted in all ticketing operations including single-game, group and season ticket sales, and performed game day operations and facility duties.

Danielle Mayeaux

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Athletic Support Staff

Amanda Wilhite

Pam LaFosse

Academic Counselor

Assistant Sports Information Director

Amanda Wilhite joined the McNeese State staff in August of 2012 as the new Academic Counselor. Wilhite earned her M.A. in English from Arizona State University, and while at ASU, she worked in the Office of Student-Athlete Development for Sun Devil Athletics for two years. During her time with OSAD, she specialized in working with football, wrestling, men’s golf, and men’s and women’s track and field. She received two bachelor’s degrees from Sam Houston State, one in english and another in criminal justice. A native of Paris, Texas, Amanda enjoys reading, learning new languages, and antagonizing her two cats, Gwen and Macbeth.

Andrea King

Athletic

Study Lab Coordinator

Andrea King joined the McNeese State staff in August of 2013 serving as the athletics department study lab coordinator. As lab coordinator, King will oversee daily operations of the lab, will oversee the “At-Risk” student-athlete program, tutor students, monitor grades and academic progress of student-athletes as well as send weekly reports to coaches on academic progress. She communicates with professors on student-athlete’s academic progress and manages student workers The native of Fayette, Mo., earned her bachelor degree in Biology from Central Methodist University in Fayette, Mo. in 2004 and her master degree in Forestry, Wildlife Habitat Management from Stephen F. Austin in 2007. Prior to McNeese, King spent one year as an educator at the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island. King also had stints at Stephen F. Austin as a biology teacher and a lab technician, chemistry teaching assistant at Central Methodist University. King also served as a microbiologist at Aquatic Energy, LLC, and served as an Avian Technician at Auburn University and the University of Missouri. King completed her graduate research partnering with the Missouri Department of Conservation. She and husband Jon currently reside in Westlake, La.

Penny

Brown

Compliance Assistant Penny Brown currently serves as the Assistant Compliance Officer at McNeese State. She has been in this position for nine years. Her daily responsibilities include organizing the daily operations of the compliance office under the direction of the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance. Brown is a long time McNeese State Athletics staffer, having served in various roles throughout her tenure. She has been with McNeese for a total of 25 years.

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Pam LaFosse is now in her 22nd season as the assistant sports information director at McNeese State. She handles sports information for all of the women’s sports as well as helping with men’s football, basketball and track and field. She produces media guides, programs and news releases for all of the women’s sports. A native of Gueydan, LaFosse is a graduate of McNeese State and is a former Cowgirl athlete, having been a four year letter winner in basketball.

Steve

Team Chaplain/FCA Director

Steve Sanford has been involved with FCA since he attended summer camp in high school. He understands the great influence coaches and athletes can have on a culture when they are living for Jesus Christ. He has been a self-employed businessman since 1976 when he moved to Southwest Louisiana to carry on the family business of graduation supplies and class rings. Steve and his wife, Denise, have been volunteering for FCA since 1985 in area high schools and began a huddle at McNeese State University in 2003. In 2005, with the help of a volunteer board of area christian business men and women, Southwest Lousiana became an official FCA area. Since 2008, Steve has served as the Area Director for Southwest Louisiana FCA along with continuing to run his business with the help of his two sons and business partner, Charlie Phillips, who are all also volunteers for the local FCA ministry. Charlie is the area volunteer for FCA Baseball. Steve’s oldest son, Clint, is the Southwest Louisiana Huddle Leader for FCA Endurance and a SWLA FCA Advisory Board member. Steve’s youngest son, Cris, hosts a weekly bible study for McNeese State University student athletes and also serves on the Advisory Board. Steve serves as the chaplain for all the teams at McNeese State University and hosts a monthly MSU coaches and administrative staff Champions Luncheon. He and Denise were married in 1974 and have three grown and married children, all of whom are actively involved in the FCA ministry. They are also the proud Dude and Meme to eight beautiful grandchildren.

Cathy

Assistant

Joined the McNeese State Athletics staff in April 2013 when she was appointed as the administrative assistant for the Cowgirl Soccer, Softball & Tennis teams. She oversees the day to day operations, including travel & recruiting for these sports while assisting the coaching staff with various administrative duties.

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Sports Information Assistant

Hunter Bower is in his second full season as a member of the McNeese sports information department. A native of Haynesville, La., Bower is the primary SID contact for the Cowgirls’ soccer team as well as the McNeese baseball squad. He was recently recognized by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association after he placed third for his 2013 McNeese Tennis Media Guide in the Division IV Category publications contest.

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Cathy Devillier was named Assistant to the Director of Athletics in 2009 after serving as the Administrative Assistant in the Cowboy Basketball, Cowgirl Volleyball and Golf programs since 2006. Prior to her tenure in athletics, Devillier worked in the Accounting office at McNeese State. In her current responsibilities, Devillier is responsible for assisting the Director of Athletics in daily operations including overseeing the administrative responsibilities of the department. Devillier is also responsible for overseeing the department’s administrative assistants, as well as assisting them in their various day to day operations. She is a native of Lake Charles and is a graduate of LaGrange High School. She and her husband Mike have two children, Josh, 29 and Shelby 19.

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Academic Excellence

Alanna DiVittorio

McNeese in the Classroom Cowgirl senior outfielder Alanna DiVittorio was named to the Captial One District 6 All-Academic team as a first team selection in

2013. DiVittorio was also selected to the first team in 2012. Junior pitcher Bianca Lilly recently received her bachelors degree in Criminal Justice in the fall and is currently working on her masters degree in Psychology. Softball placed 16 players on the 2013 Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll and nine were named to the NFCA (National Fastpitch Coaches Association) All-America Scholar-Athlete team.

2013 SLC Commisioner’s Honor Roll Jamie Allred, 4.0, Accounting Meagan Bond, 3.36, Excercise Science Alanna DiVittorio, 3.64, Civil Engineering Lakeyn Fontenot, 3,81, Sports Management Taylor Goree, 3.31, Chemistry Heather Hummel, 3.64, Exercise Science Kelsey Jolly, 3.64, Criminal Justice Kim Kennedy, 3.52, Health Education Marissa Koetting, 4.0, Biological Sciences Lauren Langner, 3.25, General Studies Bianca Lilly, 3.55, Criminal Justice Mallory Livingston, 3.56, Agricultural Sciences Victoria Rich, 3.55, Health Education Katie Roux, 4.0, Health Education Taylor Schmidt, 3.42, Athletic Training Emily Vincent, 3.29, Sports Management

NFCA All-America Scholar Team Jamie Allred Alanna DiVittorio Lakeyn Fontenot Katie Roux Marissa Koetting

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The McNeese athletic academic center, located in the Jack Doland Fieldhouse, is a state of the art facility that furnishes 18 Macintosh desktop computers as well as ample space for athletes to do their class work and studies.

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Dowell Fontenot Sports Medicine Center

McNeese State’s Dowell “Doc” Fontenot Sports Medicine Center is an ultra-modern facility and one of the finest in the South. It is named after longtime McNeese athletic trainer Dowell Fontenot (pictured left) who was also a national champion boxer during his undergraduate days at the university and who is a member of the McNeese Hall of Fame. The center is located just south of the McNeese athletic fieldhouse. Funds for the 6,200 square foot medical center were obtained from the state, from private donations and from the McNeese PetroChem Athletic Association.

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Jake Duhon

Brandon Albin

Maria White

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Charles Keuhn Weight Room

The Charles Kuehn Weight Room at the Jack Doland Field House was outfitted by Life Fitness Company and Hammer Strength Company who made the 8,000 square foot room a showcase weight facility. Weights are painted in platinum and blue and there are 16 Mondo enlayed platforms for heavy weight work, one of only eight schools in the nation to have this. The weight room also includes: 16 multi-purpose racks, 80,000 pounds of weights (McNeese logo on the weights), nine 52-inch flat screen television sets, mirrors all the way around, two treadmills, two elliptical machines, a stationary bike and a $12,000 surround sound system donated by Scott Bailey and Bailey Audio. A 12-foot McNeese logo sets off the room from the center floor. The facility is named in honor of McNeese State’s first football all-American who is pictured above.

Strength and Conditioning

Jason Little

Head Strength Coach

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Campus Housing Living in a residence hall puts you in the heart of the McNeese campus. Residence halls offer affordable, year-round housing and dining within walking distance of classes, the library, the bookstore, the post office, computer labs and your friends! Privately operated and managed by Ambling Management Company, the residence halls are a home-away-from-home for approximately 1,000 students each semester. Campus dining facilities are economical and convenient, offering a variety of options designed to satisfy any student’s appetite. From quick and tasty pizza and subs to garden-fresh salads, from hearty pasta dished to nutritious cafeteria meals. Specialty dishes like sushi and fettuccine alfredo are also available for those who enjoy a little culinary adventure. Gourmet coffee shops, located in the student union and the library, offer students the opportunity to study, socialize with friends and take a quick break between classes. The campus convenience store offers students the flexibility of being able to take their food with them on-the-go.

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Amenities

• 2 bedroom and 4 bedroom units available • fully furnished • Hi-speed internet in each bedroom • Cable in all rooms • Study Desk in each bedroom • All bills paid (These features available in garden style only) • Ceiling fan in living room • Washer and Dryer • Microwave oven • Frost-free refrigerator w/ice-maker • Dishwasher & disposal

Clubhouse Amenities

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COWGIRL DIAMOND FACTS

Capacity: 1,200 (est.) Field Dimensions: LF-205, RF- 205, CF- 215 First Game Played: Southern Miss (2003) Largest Crowd: 1,035 vs. #11 LSU (April 17, 2013)

COWGIRL DIAMOND FIRSTS BATTING

Top 10 Cowgirl Diamond Attendance Games

1. #11 LSU (4/17/13)................ 1,035 6. #23 LSU (3/28/12).................. 794 2. #16 LSU (4/21/10)................ 972 7. UTSA (5/7/09)........................ 636 8. Nicholls (3/27/94)................... 550 3. #19 LSU (4/22/09) ............... 852 9. #21 LSU (4/13/11).................. 506 4. #6 LSU (3/28/07).................. 847 10. #15 UL-Lafayette (2/26/11).. 431 5. #12 LSU (3/15/06)................ 833

PITCHING

At Bat: Amanda Brown, Southern Miss (3/14) Hit: Ashley Brenan, Southern Miss (3/14) Single: Ashley Brenana, Southern Miss (3/14) Double: Tanya Prudhomme, McNeese St. vs. SWT (3/15) Triple: Auriel Jenkins, Southern Miss (3/14) Homerun: Meghan Novak, McNeese St. vs. S. Miss (3/14) Grand Slam: Stephenie Denham, McNeese St. vs. SWT (3/16) Run Scored: Ashley Brenan, Southern Miss (3/14) RBI: Amanda Brown, Southern Miss (3/14) Walk: Amanda Brown, Southern Miss (3/14) Hit by Pitch: Auriel Jenkins, S. Miss by Corrie Hale (3/14) Strikeout: Auriel Jenkins, S. Miss by Corrie Hale (3/14) Stolen Base: Ashley Brenan, Southern Miss (3/14) Sacrifice Bunt: Charity Butler, Southern Miss (3/14) Sacrifice Fly: Mandi Salter, McNeese St. vs. Centenary (3/22)

Victory: Jessica Holaway, S. Miss (3/14)

Save: Jessica Denham vs. SHSU (4/27) Hit Given Up: by Corrie Hale, McNeese St. to Ashley Brenan, S. Miss (3/14) Double Given Up: by Meghan Novak, McNeese St. to Sarah Boyd, S. Miss (3/14) Triple Given Up: by Jessica Denham, McNeese St. to Kristen Zaleski, SWT (3/15) Homerun Given Up: by Danielle Hatfield, S. Miss to Meghan Novak, McNeese St. (3/14) Grand Slam Given Up: by Katie Ann Trahan, SWT to Stephenie Denham, McNeese St. (3/16) Run Given Up: by Corrie Hale, McNeese St. to Ashley Brenan, S. Miss (3/14) Earned Run Given Up: by Corrie Hale, McNeese St. vs. S. Miss (3/14) Walk Given Up: by Corrie Hale, McNeese St. to Amanda Brown, S. Miss (3/14) Strikeout: by Corrie Hale, McNeese St. vs. Auriel Jenkins, S. Miss (3/14) Wild Pitch Thrown: by Nicole Neuerburg, SWT (3/15) Hit Batter: by Corrie Hale, McNeese St. vs. S. Miss (3/14) No-Hitter: by Katie Anne Trahan, SWT (3/15) Complete Game: by Jessica Holaway, S. Miss (3/14)

TEAM

First Game Played: McNeese State vs. Southern Miss (3/14/03) First Victory: Southern Miss defeated McNeese State 5-0 (3/14/03) First Shutout: Southern Miss shutout McNeese State 5-0 (3/14/03)

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THE H.I.T

HITTING INDOOR TRAINING

The H.I.T (Hitting Indoor Training) is the Cowgirls’ indoor batting cages and training facility. The cages were closed in prior to the 2012 season with funds donated by two McNeese Booster Clubs- The Cowboy Club and The Petro Chem.

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2014 PRESEASON POLLS Head Coaches (1st place votes) 1. Northwestern State (4) 2. McNeese (4) 3. Sam Houston State (2) 4. Central Arkansas 5. Southeastern La. 6. Lamar 7. Nicholls 8. Houston Baptist 9. Stephen F. Austin 10. Texas A&M-CC

Sports Information Directors 1. McNeese (3) 2. Northwestern State (5) 3. Sam Houston State (1) 4. Central Arkansas 5. Lamar 6. Northwestern State 7. Southeastern La. 8. Nicholls 9. Stephen F. Austin 10. Texas A&M-CC

2014 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE THURSDAY, MAY 8

2013 FINAL STANDINGS

SLC Team W-L Pct. +!McNeese 19-5 .792 +^Northwestern St. 18-7 .720 +Sam Houston St. 17-10 .630 +Central Arkansas 15-10 .600 +Lamar 14-13 .519 +Southeastern La. 13-13 .500 Nicholls 12-13 .480 Stephen F. Austin 9-17 .346 Houston Baptist 6-20 .231 Texas A&M-CC 6-21 .222 !-Regular Season Champion ^-SLC Tournament Champion +- SLC Tournament Participant

Overall W-L Pct 38-15 .717 40-15 .727 37-24 .607 38-20 .655 24-35 .407 32-22 .593 22-26 .458 16-32 .333 15-27 .357 11-39 .220

SLC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Natchitoches, La. First Round Central Arkansas 3, Lamar 0 Sam Houston State 9, Southeastern La. 6 Central Arkansas 1, McNeese 0 (9) Northwestern State 1, Sam Houston State 0 Second Round Southeastern La. 3, McNeese 1 Sam Houston State 8, Lamar 4 Northwestern State 5, Central Arkansas 2 Sam Houston State 5, Southeastern La. 1

Game 1- 11 a.m. Game 2- 1:30 p.m. Game 3- 4 p.m. Game 4- 6:30 p.m.

Third Round Sam Houston State 12, Central Arkansas 4

FRIDAY, MAY 9

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Sam Houston State 5, Northwestern State 0 Northwestern State 5, Sam Houston State 4

Game 5- 11 a.m. Game 6- 1:30 p.m. Game 7- 4 p.m. Game 8- 6:30 p.m.

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Cowgirls Named To 2014 SLC Preseason Team

SATURDAY, MAY 10

Game 9- 10:30 a.m. Game 10- 2 p.m. *Game 11- 4 p.m. (if necessary)

FIRST TEAM Alanna DiVittorio, OF Ashley Modzelewski, C Jamie Allred, P

*A second game will be played between the teams in Game 10 to determine the champion if it is the first loss for the losing team.

SECOND TEAM Emily Vincent, DP

2014 SLC Tournament May 8-10 Hammond, LA. Hosted by Southeastern La. McNeese

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INDIVIDUAL HITTING RECORDS Stolen Bases

At Bats

Game: 4, several Season: 37, Keri Riggs, 1994 Career: 96, Jaime Manuel, 1999-2002

Game: 7, Kerri Chiasson, 1994 7, Shyla Sicks, 1994 Season: 233, Nicole Edlund, 2005 Career: 724, Jaime Manuel, 1999-2002

Putouts

Game: 21, Natalie Poole, 1994 Season: 509, Beth Jordan, 2005 Career: 1,433, Heather Moreaux, 1999-2002

Runs Scored

Game: 4, several Season: 48, Alanna DiVittorio, 2013 Brooke Brodhead, 2005 Career: 134, Molly Guidry, 2008-11

Jaime Manuel 1999-02

Heather Moreaux 1999-02

Hits

Game: 4, several Season: 82, Keri Riggs (‘94); Beth Jordan (‘05) Career: 227, Claire Terracina (2009-12)

Runs Batted In

Game: 7, Heather Moreaux, 2000 Season: 58, Heather Moreaux, 2000 Career: 147, Heather Moreaux, 1999-2002

Assists

Game:10, April Workman, 2000 Cindy Mickel, 1991 Season: 177, Jaime Manuel, 2000 Career: 474, Jaime Manuel, 1999-2002

Baserunners Thrown Out

Season: 26, Katie Trout, 2001 Career: 72, Katie Trout, 1999-2002

Katie Trout 1999-02

Beth Jordan 2002-05

Doubles

Game: 3, Katie Trout (‘02); Cherilyn Lantrip (‘80) Season: 22, Beth Jordan, 2005 Career: 51, Beth Jordan, 2002-05

Cons. Game Hitting

18, Shyla Sicks, 1994 12, Emily Vincent, 2013 14, Brooke Brodhead, 2005 12, Brooke Brodhead, 2007 10, Ashley Modzelewski, 2013 10, Rachael Phillips, 2007 10, Courtney Parks, 2005

Triples

Game: 3, Claire Terracina, 2010; Jaime Manuel, 2000 Season: 9, Claire Terracina, 2012 Career: 19, Claire Terracina (2009-12)

Home Runs

Game: 2, several Season: 17, Heather Moreaux, 2000 Career: 38, Heather Moreaux, 1999-2000

Grand Slam

Game: 1, several Season: 3, Heather Moreaux, 2000 Career: 4, Heather Moreaux, 1999-2000

Molly Guidry 2008-11 Claire Terracina 2009-12

Walks

Game: 4, Natalie Poole vs. UTSA, 1996 Season: 39, Alanna DiVittorio, 2013 Career: 111, Alanna DiVittorio (2011-present)

Sacrifice Bunts

Game: 2, several Season: 12, Liz Morvant, 2010 Career: 32, Liz Morvant, 2007-2010

Sacrifice Flies

Game: 3, Shyla Sicks, 1994

Hit By Pitch

Game: 2, several

Liz Morvant 2007-10

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INDIVIDUAL PITCHINGING RECORDS

PITCHING RECORDS

PERFECT GAMES

2004- Jessica Denham vs. SFA

Innings Pitched

Game: 15, Angela Harrison, 1994 Season: 259.2, Jessica Denham, 2005 Career: 1,299, Joni Talbot, 1984-87

NO-HITTERS

2007- Cori Bram vs. Texas Southern 2004- Jessica Denham vs. SFA 2001- Corrie Hale vs. SFA

Victories

Season: 23, Angela Harrison, 1994 Career: 67, Meagan Bond, (2010-13)

Losses

Season: 20, Dawn Korbak, 1998; Jessica Denham, 2005 Career: 53, Dawn Korbak, 1987-90 Joni Talbot, 1984-87

Strikeouts

Game: 20, Angela Harison, 1994 Season: 304, Bethany Stefinsky, 2009 Career: 687, Corrie Hale, 2001-2004

Hits Allowed

Game: 17, Melissa Poole vs USL, 1995

Jessica Denham (above) pitched the

program’s only PERFECT GAME in a 3-0 victory over Stephen F. Austin on April 8, 2004. She is the Cowgirls’ career victory leader with 54.

Runs Allowed

Game: 13, Candice Darbonne vs. NW St., 1998 Tiffany Barrasso vs. S. Miss, 1999

Shutouts

Season: 9, Angela Harrison, 1994

Angela Harrison 1994-97

Walks

Game: 9, Bethany Stefinsky vs. Oklahoma (2009) Season: 106, Kayla Shephard, 2011

Wild Pitches

Game: 6, Kayla Shephard (2011); Paris Hood (1999)

Lowest Earned Run Average

Season: 0.69, Angela Harrison, 1994 Career; 1.48, Laura Grifka, 1980-83

Consecutive Scoreless Innings Pitched 32, Angela Harrison, 1994 Meagan Bond 2010-2013

Tiffany Denham

Was the winning pitcher in the 3-1 win over 2011 National Champ and 2012 preseason No. 1 Arizona State in season opener in 2013.

Corrie Hale 1994-97

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TEAM RECORDS GENERAL

Most Games Played: 69 (2005) Most Victories: 38 (2013, 2010) Most Losses: 45 (1989) Best Percentage: .733 (1981/33-12) Fewest Games Played: 24 (1979) Fewest Victories: 8 (1979) Fewest Losses: 8 (1979) Lowest Percentage: .167 (1989) Longest Winning Streak: 12 (2013, 1979, 1996) Longest Losing Streak: 18 (1989)

Most Triples Game: 3 vs. Centenary (2000) Season: 23 (1994) Most Home Runs Game: 5 vs. UTSA (1996) Season: 60 (2005)

Most at Bats Game: 52 vs Texas A&M (1994) Season: 1,827 (2005)

Most Total Bases Season: 790 (2005) Best Batting Average Season: .314 (1980)

Most Runs Game: 19 vs. UT-San Antonio (2003) La. Tech (1980) Prairie View (2005,1997) Season: 282 (2005)

Best Stolen Base Percentage Season: .916 (1992)

Most Hits Game: 20 vs. Prairie View (2005, 1997) Season: 482 (2010)

Most Sacrafice Bunts Season: 70 (2012)

Most Doubles Game: 7 vs. UTSA (1996) Season: 105 (2005)

Best Slugging Percentage Season: .432 (2005) Best On Base Percentage Season: .352 (2010)

Most Runs Batted In Game: 16 vs. Prairie View (2005,1997) Season: 261 (2005) Most Stolen Bases Game: 8 vs. Prairie View (1997) Season: 197 (1979)

HITTING

Most Strikeouts Season: 398 (2005)

Most Sacrafice Flies Season: 49 (1990)

Most Hit Batsmen Season: 39 (2010) Most Walks Game: 12 vs. Prairie View (1997) Season: 186 (2010)

2013

PITCHING (SEASON)

Most Innings Pitched: 466.2 (2005) Fewest Runs Allowed: 90 (1987) Fewest Runs Earned: 48 (1980) Best Earned Run Average: 1.22 (1982) Fewest Walks: 43 (1983) Most Strikeouts: 387 (2009) Fewest Hits Allowed: 141 (1980) Most Shutouts: 16 (1995)

FIELDING (SEASON)

Most Putouts Game: 45 vs Texas A&M (1994) Season: 1,400 (2005) Most Assists Game: 21 vs Sam Houston St. (2004) Season: 658 (2005) Fewest Errors: 55 (2009) Best Fielding Percentage: .970 (1994) Most Double Plays: 27 (1995)

2010

Record Setting Teams Both teams hold the school record for victories with 38

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SEASON BY SEASON HITTING LEADERS Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Batting Avg. Alanna DiVittorio.........346 Claire Terracina............372 Molly Guidry...............314 Molly Guidry...............347 Lindsey Langner..........269 Jenny Clay....................386 Brooke Brodhead.........370 Jenny Clay....................326 Beth Jordan..................412 Karissa Wappler...........270 Stephenie Denham.......314 Jaime Manuel...............297 Heather Moreaux.........265 Heather Moreaux.........329 Katie Trout...................341 Stephanie Faucheaux...333 Natalie Poole................331 Kathy Sturgeon............342 Kerri Riggs...................383 Kerri Riggs...................392 Melissa Bostick............277 Deanna Broughton.......286 Chris Lee......................319 Stephani Rougeau........252 Stephani Rougeau........238 Amy Hebert..................311 Amy Hebert..................338 Carmen Gardovsky......313 Lisa Stelly....................275 Dawn Thibodeaux........264 Jan O’Friel...................311 Jan O’Friel...................316 Cherilyn Lantrip...........327 Olga Dupuis.................381 Ann Roubique..............439

Year Home Runs 2013 Alanna DiVittorio........9 Emily Vincent.............9 2012 Alannaa DiVittorio......7 Marissa Koetting.........7 2011 Molly Guidry..............9 2010 Molly Guidry..............8 2009 Heather Mosser...........3 Molly Guidry..............3 2008 Jenny Clay...................6 Molly Guidry..............6 2007 Brooke Brodhead........12 2006 Jenny Clay...................5 2005 Beth Jordan.................12 2004 Sara Holt.....................2 2003 Stephenie Denham......7 2002 Katie Trout..................6 Heather Moreaux........6 2001 Heather Moreaux........7 2000 Heather Moreaux........17 1999 Tanie Zanet..................10 1998 several.........................1 1997 Natalie Poole...............5 1996 Kathy Sturgeon...........9 1995 Keri Chiasson..............7 1994 Shyla Sicks..................7 1993 ..............................0 1992 ..............................0 1991 ..............................0 1990 ..............................0 1989 Tammy Leger..............2 1988 Heather Chisolm.........1 1987 several.........................1 1986 Dawn Smith................1 1985 Lisa Stelly...................3 1984 Pam Mayet..................3 1983 Lisa Stelly...................5 1982 Cherilyn Lantrip..........3 1981 Olga Dupuis................4 1980 Cherilyn Lantrip..........3 1979 Ann Roubique.............7

Year Doubles 2013 Alanna DiVittorio........12 Lauren Langner...........12 2012 Claire Terracina...........10 2011 Molly Guidry..............14 2010 Molly Guidry..............16 2009 Dani Price....................8 Whitney Corbello........8 2008 Jenny Clay...................17 2007 Jenny Clay...................13 Brooke Brodhead........13 2006 Jenny Clay...................12 2005 Beth Jordan.................22 2004 Jana Jones....................10 2003 Nicole Edlund.............12 2002 Heather Moreaux........12 2001 Heather Moreaux........11 2000 Heather Moreaux........ 9 1999 Katie Trout..................14 1998 Sarah Everingham.......10 1997 Natalie Poole...............10 Kim Darbonne ............10 1996 Kathy Sturgeon...........14 1995 Kerri Chiasson............17 1994 Kerri Chiasson............14 1993 Dena Sciba.................. 9 1992 Dena Sciba..................11 1991 Melissa Bostick........... 8 1990 Anna Danenhauer........ 7 1989 Dawn Korbak.............. 5 1988 Cheramie Boynes........ 4 1987 Carmen Gardovsky..... 3 1986 Dawn Smith................ 3 1985 Lisa Stelly................... 8 1984 Pam Mayet.................. 4 1983 several......................... 4 1982 Jan O’Friel.................. 4 1981 several......................... 7 1980 Cheryl Mickel............. 6 1979 Ann Roubique............. 8

Year Runs Batted In 2013 Emily Vincent.............43 2012 Marissa Koetting.........29 2011 Molly Guidry..............42 2010 Liz Morvant................36 2009 Molly Guidry..............30 2008 Jenny Clay...................28 Michelle LaVoie..........28 Molly Guidry..............28 2007 Jana Jones....................37 2006 Kristi Hanan................27 2005 Beth Jordan.................55 2004 Karissa Wappler..........14 2003 Stephenie Denham......32 2002 Heather Moreaux........24 2001 Heather Moreaux........26 2000 Heather Moreaux........58 1999 Tanie Zanet`................43 1998 Kelly Lees...................20 1997 Kim Darbonne.............37 1996 Kathy Sturgeon...........30 1995 Kerri Chiasson............41 1994 Shyla Sicks..................46 1993 Debbie Wille...............22 1992 Anna Danenhauer........18 1991 Chris Lee.....................12 1990 several......................... 8 1989 several.........................10 1988 Amy Hebert.................13 1987 Lisa Stelly...................17 1986 Dawn Smith................23 1985 Lisa Stelly...................21 1984 Dawn Thibodeaux.......21 1983 Tammy Guidry............20 1982 Jan O’Friel..................29 1981 Cherilyn Lantrip..........25 1980 Olga Dupuis................21 1979 Tammy Doucet............25

Alanna DiVittorio led the Cowgirls in batting average, slugging percent and tied for a team high in home runs, doubles and stolen bases in 2013. She broke the season and career walks record in 2013.

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Year Triples 2013 Ashley Modzelewski...2 2012 Claire Terracina...........9 2011 Claire Terracina...........5 2010 Claire Terracina...........4 Marissa Koetting.........4 2009 Liz Morvant................2 Molly Guidry..............2 Lindsey Langner.........2 2008 Tiffany Ritchie............2 Megan Beard...............2 2007 Jenny Clay................... 2 2006 Jenny Clay................... 4 2005 Courtney Parks............ 3 2004 several......................... 1 2003 Nicole Edlund............. 2 2002 Jaime Manuel.............. 4 2001 Crystal Celestine......... 3 2000 Jaime Manuel.............. 8 1999 Jaime Manuel.............. 2 1998 several......................... 1 1997 four players with......... 2 1996 Amy Moore................. 2 1995 Keri Riggs................... 6 1994 Keri Riggs................... 7 1993 B. Burns, L. Savell...... 1 1992 Stephani Rougeau....... 2 1991 C. Lee, J. Ardoin......... 4 1990 Chris Lee..................... 3 1989 several......................... 2 1988 Amy Hebert................. 4 1987 Lisa Stelly................... 6 1986 Dawn Smith................ 4 1985 Lisa Stelly................... 4 1984 several......................... 2 1983 Germaine Leger.......... 2 1982 Pam Mayet.................. 8 1981 several......................... 2 1980 several......................... 3 1979 Tammy Doucet............ 6

Year Stolen Bases 2013 Alanna DiVittorio........12 Lauren Langner...........12 2012 Alanna DiVittorio........15 2011 Claire Terracina...........32 2010 Liz Morvant ...............34 2009 Lindsey Langner.........15 2008 Molly Guidry..............25 2007 Liz Morvant................25 2006 Callie Schiro................ 7 2005 Nicole Edlund.............12 2004 N. Edlund, L. Allen..... 8 2003 Nicole Edlund............. 8 2002 Jaime Manuel..............25 2001 Jaime Manuel..............22 2000 Jaime Manuel..............25 1999 Jaime Manuel..............24 1998 Billie Williamson........17 1997 Billie Williamson........26 1996 Elisha Drewry.............26 1995 K. Riggs, A. Moore.....22 1994 Keri Riggs...................37 1993 Kerri Chiasson............ 7 1992 Stephan Rougeau........20 1991 S. Rougeau, J. Ardoin. 7 1990 Leigh King..................12 1989 Leigh King..................13 1988 several......................... 5 1987 Joy Gambino...............10 1986 Carmen Garcovsky......13 1985 Sheri Doyle................. 5 1984 Beth Rist.....................18 1983 Tammy Guidry............ 6 1982 Cherilyn Lantrip.......... 8 1981 Jan O’Friel.................. 6 1980 Kim Trahan.................31 1979 Tammy Doucet............36

Claire Terracina led the Cowgirls and the Southland Conference with 32 stolen bases and five triples in 2011. Terracina holds the McNeese career hits and triples records.

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SEASON BY SEASON PITCHING LEADERS Pitchers Meagan Bond and Jaime Allred both posted identical record of 18-6 in 2013. Both players helped the Cowgirls finish the season ranked 8th in the nation with a 1.79 ERA Bond led the team with a 1.27 ERA, 175 strikeouts, and 159.2 innings pitched. Bond ranked 4th in the nation in least amount of walks per seven innings (0.75) and ranked 9th in the nation with a 1.27 ERA. Allred ranked 20th in the nation in walks allowed per seven inning (1.11) and was second on the team with a 2.07 ERA.

Year 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Pitcher

Record Meagan Bond/Jamie Allred.......18-6 Tiffany Denham..................13-12 Kayla Shephard..................19-17 Meagan Bond.....................22-11 Bethany Stefinsky...............21-16 Michelle LaVoie.................10-12 Rachel Hodlik.....................12-8 Jessica Denham..................13-17 Jessica Denham..................18-20 Jessica Denham..................11-15 Jessica Denham..................12-6 Corrie Hale.........................14-17 Corrie Hale.........................12-13 Ivy Richardson...................13-15 Brandi Nickell....................16-16 Kim Turner......................... 5-12 Angela Ynfante...................15-9 Tara Robinson.....................13-11 Tara Robinson.....................16-9 Angela Harrison.................25-7 Marsha Ramsey..................12-11 Marsha Ramsey..................10-14 Marsha Ramsey.................. 7-15 Cori Moore......................... 5-15 Dawn Korbak..................... 6-19 Dawn Korbak..................... 5-20 Joni Talbot..........................17-9 Joni Talbot..........................15-13 Theressa Thibodeaux..........10-8 Joni Talbot..........................13-13 Laura Grifka.......................12-9 Laurie Saizan......................10-3 Laura Grifka.......................21-4 Laura Grifka....................... 7-5 Erin Herford....................... 6-1

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Meagan Bond

Innings Pitched Earned Run Average Meagan Bond.................................159.2 Meagan Bond.................................... 1.27 Tiffany Denham..............................166.0 Bianca Lilly....................................... 1.62 Kayla Shephard..............................244.1 Kayla Shephard................................. 2.18 Meagan Bond.................................227.1 Kayla Shepherd................................. 2.40 Bethany Stefinsky...........................243.2 Bethany Stefinsky............................. 2.67 Bethany Stefinsky...........................135.0 Michelle LaVoie................................ 3.85 Jana Jones.......................................155.0 Jana Jones.......................................... 2.71 Jessica Denham..............................202.0 Jessica Denham................................. 2.43 Jessica Denham..............................259.2 Jessica Denham ................................ 2.24 Jessica Denham..............................172.0 Jana Jones.......................................... 1.78 Corrie Hale.....................................184.2 Jessica Denham................................. 2.46 Corrie Hale.....................................202.2 Corrie Hale........................................ 2.00 Corrie Hale.....................................177.2 Ashleigh Ivey.................................... 2.57 Ivy Richardson...............................173.1 Kelly Meche...................................... 2.56 Brandi Nickell................................212.2 Brai Nickell....................................... 2.34 Tiffan Barrasso...............................131.1 Tiffany Barrasso................................ 3.73 Angela Harrison-Ynfante...............167.1 Tara Robinson................................... 1.56 Angela Harrison-Ynfante...............145.1 Melissa Poole.................................... 2.03 Tara Robonson................................174.0 Tara Robinson................................... 2.01 Angela Harrison-Ynfante...............265.7 Angela Harrison-Ynfante.................. 0.96 Marsha Ramsey..............................183.3 Andrea Bailey................................... 1.64 Marsha Ramsey..............................168.0 Marsha Ramsey................................. 2.79 Cori Moore.....................................152.6 Marsha Ramsey................................. 1.94 Cori Moore.....................................134.0 Kawn Korbak.................................... 2.83 Dawn Korbak.................................176.6 KeidiFontenot................................... 2.98 Dawn Korbak.................................169.0 Dawn Korbak.................................... 2.27 Joni Talbot......................................188.3 Joni Talbot......................................... 1.23 Joni Talbot......................................192.3 Joni Talbot......................................... 1.16 Joni Talbot......................................178.6 Joni Talot........................................... 1.53 Joni Talbot......................................182.3 Joni Talbot......................................... 1.04 Laura Grifka...................................144.3 Cheryl Guidry................................... 1.88 Laura Grifka...................................133.0 Laura Grifka...................................... 0.84 Laura Grifka...................................175.6 LaurieSaizan..................................... 1.22 Laura Grifka................................... 78.6 Laura Grifka...................................... 1.42 ........................................................N/A .......................................................... N/A

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Strikeouts Shutouts Meagan Bond..................................... 175 Meagan Bond...................................5 Meagan Bond..................................... 144 T. Denham/Bond..............................5 Kayla Shephard.................................. 183 Meagan Bond...................................5 Meagan Bond..................................... 252 Meagan Bond...................................7 Bethany Stefinsky............................... 304 Bethany Stefinsky............................5 Bethany Stefinsky............................... 130 Michelle LaVoie...............................2 Jana Jones........................................... 103 Jana Jones.........................................4 Jessica Denham.................................. 181 Jessica Denham................................5 Jessica Denham.................................. 183 Jessica Denham ...............................4 Corrie Hale......................................... 143 Jessica Denham................................5 Corrie Hale......................................... 197 Corrie Hale.......................................3 Corrie Hale......................................... 201 Corrie Hale.......................................2 Ashleigh Ivey..................................... 154 Corrie Hale.......................................7 Ivy Richardson................................... 64 Ivy Richardson.................................3 Brandi Nickell.................................... 98 Brandi Nickell..................................4 Tiffany Barrasso................................. 53 Tiffany Barrasso...............................2 Angela Harrison-Ynfante................... 137 Tara Robinson..................................4 Angela Harrison-Ynfante................... 111 Angela Harrison-Ynfante.................7 Tara Robinson..................................... 77 Tara Robinson .................................6 Angela Harrison-Ynfante................... 285 Angela Harrison-Ynfante.................9 Andrea Bailey..................................... 52 Andrea Bailey..................................5 Andrea Bailey..................................... 60 Andrea Bailey..................................2 Marsha Ramsey.................................. 21 Marsha Ramsey................................3 Marsha Ramsey.................................. 28 Cori Moore.......................................4 Dawn Korbak..................................... 74 Dawn Korbak...................................3 Dawn Korbak..................................... 35 Dawn Korbak...................................2 Joni Talbot.......................................... 101 Joni Talbot........................................6 Joni Talbot.......................................... 67 Joni Talbot........................................4 Joni Talbot.......................................... 76 several ..........................................2 Joni Talbot.......................................... 39 several ..........................................4 Laura Grifka....................................... 50 Cheryl Guidry..................................3 Laurie Saizan...................................... 52 Laura Grifka.....................................6 Laura Grifka....................................... 62 Laura Grifka.....................................6 Laura Grifka....................................... 30 Laura Grifka.....................................1 ............................................................ N/A ..........................................N/A

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SOUTHLAND REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

Postseason History

1983 Southland Conference Champions

1994 Southland Conference Champions

2013 Southland Conference Champions

Head Coach: Vicky Chapman

Head Coach: Scott Eastman

Head Coach: Mike Smith

McNeese won the first Southland Conference Regular Season Title 1983

19-18; 5-3 SLC SLC Champs SLC Tournament Champs Coach: Vicky Chapman

McN Opponent Opp 0 La. Tech 7 0 La. Tech 3 1 Stephen F. Austin 5 2 Stephen F. Austin 3 15 New Orleans 2 12 New Orleans 2 0 Sam Houston St. 7 0 Sam Houston St. 10 2 La. Tech 11 0 La. Tech 5 0 Utah 5 2 Sam Houston St. 4 5 Texas Tech 2 1 Iowa State 0 0 Texas A&M 7 0 NW State 4 1 NW State 5 0 *USL 1 4 *USL 1 6 *USL 2 0 *USL 2 5 Nicholls State 3 5 Nicholls State 0 7 New Orleans 0 10 New Orleans 3 3 *Lamar 1 1 *Lamar 0 7 *Lamar 1 4 *Lamar 5 0 Sam Houston St. 3 0 Sam Houston St. 10 5 NW State 2 4 NW State 3 13 **Arkansas State 6 2 **USL 0 4 **UT-Arlington 3 2 **UT-Arlington 0 *- SLC games, **- SLC Tournament

McNeese

SLC Regular Season Titles (3) 2013 1994 (co-champs) 1983 SLC Tournament Titles (3) 2010 2005 1983 NCAA Tournaments (3) 2010 2005 1994

1994

35-24-2; 22-7-1 SLC SLC Champs NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent Opp 1 La. Tech 7 1 La. Tech 2 0 *Northeast La. 1 8 *Northeast La. (8) 0 2 *Stephen F. Austin (10) 1 6 *Stephen F. Austin 7 6 *UT-San Antonio 3 2 *UT-San Antonio 3 5 *UT-San Antonio 0 4 *UT-San Antonio 0 7 *NW State 0 7 *NW State 0 2 #Texas A&M (15) 3 2 #Illinois State 1 0 #Minnesota 6 0 #Long Beach St. 6 1 #USL 2 7 *Sam Houston St. 1 3 *Sam Houston St. 2 0 *Northeast La. (9) 1 0 *Northeast La. 2 8 *UT-Arlington 1 8 *UT-Arlington 1 11 *UT-Arlington 2 6 *UT-Arlington (10) 1 0 *Sam Houston St. 0 3 *Sam Houston St. 0 4 USL 3 1 USL 6 2 SE Louisiana 0 9 SE Louisiana 1 3 Centenary 4 4 Centenary 3 4 *SW Texas St. 0 10 *SW Texas St. 1 6 *SW Texas St. 1 11 *SW Texas St. 1 13 SE Louisiana 9 7 SE Louisiana 1 2 La. Tech 3 5 La. Tech 3 2 Centenary 5 7 Centenary 5 3 *Stephen F. Austin 1 3 *Stephen F. Austin 2 9 !UNC-Wilmington 1 3 !Furman (9) 2 2 !Hofstra 4 0 !NW State 1 2 !Georgia State 2 0 *Nicholls State (9) 1 5 *Nicholls State 1 7 *NW State 6 2 *NW State 3 0 USL 4 2 USL 3 1 $Nicholls State (9) 0 1 $Nicholls State 5 2 $Nicholls State 0 0 @USL 3 0 @Princeton 2 #-Texas A&M Invitational, *- Southland Conference games, !- Frost Cutlery Invitational, $- SLC Tie-braker @- NCAA Regionals

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38-15; 19-5 SLC SLC Champs Head Coach: Mike Smith

McN Opponent Opp 3 !San Diego 1 0 !San Diego 2 4 !CSU Bakersfield 2 4 !#9 UCLA 5 2 !Wright State 1 0 at Cal State Fullerton 1 5 at Cal State Fullerton 1 7 $Southern 1 0 $Louisiana Tech 2 (8) 9 $Alcorn State 1 (6) 13 $Alcorn State 0 (5) 9 $Southern 0 (5) 1 #12 UL-Lafayette 5 5 @Drake 1 8 @Ole Miss 9 (8) 7 @Tennessee-Martin 2 6 @Middle Tennessee 3 7 @Mississippi Valley State 2 12 ^Northern Colorado 3 (5) 2 ^Texas Tech 3 1 ^Texas Tech 0 (8) 9 ^Northern Colorado 8 8 ^Jackson State 4 1 *NW State 0 5 *NW State 2 9 Bucknell 2 8 Bucknell 0 (5) 4 *Texas A&M-CC 2 5 *Texas A&M-CC 1 4 *Texas A&M-CC 1 1 UL-Monroe 0 5 *Southeastern La. 3 3 *Southeastern La. 5 4 *Southeastern La. 1 3 *at Central Arkansas 4 8 *at Central Arkansas 0 (5) 5 *Stephen F. Austin 4 4 *Stephen F. Austin 0 0 *Stephen F. Austin 2 6 *Houston Baptist 5 2 *Houston Baptist 0 5 *Houston Baptist 3 1 at #11 LSU 7 6 *Lamar 1 4 *Lamar 3 5 *Lamar 0 10 *at Sam Houston State 0 (5) 3 *at Sam Houston State 9 3 *at Sam Houston State 4 (8) 2 *at Nicholls 0 5 *at Nicholls 2 (8) 0 **Central Arkansas 1 (9) 1 **Southeastern La. 3 !-Stacey Winsberg Invitational (Los Angeles, CA.); $- McNeese Cowgirl Classic; @-Ole Miss Red & Blue Classic (Oxford, MS.); Texas Tech Invitational (Lubbock, TX.); *-Southland Conference Game; **-SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, LA.)

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SOUTHLAND TOURNAMENT HISTORY

1983 Southland Conference Tournament Champions 19-18 overall, 5-3/1st SLC

Head Coach: Vicky Chapman McNeese won the first Southland Conference Tournament

2005 Southland Conference Tournament Champions 34-35 overall, 12-15/6th SLC NCAA Regionals (College Station, TX.)

2010 Southland Conference Tournament Champions 38-27 overall, 17-13/4th SLC NCAA Regionals (Baton Rouge, LA.)

Head Coach: Chris Malveaux

Head Coach: Natalie Poole

Southland Conference Tournament Year-by-Year Results 24 yrs.; Overall Record: 35-42 (No SLC Tourn. from 1991-95)

1983 (Beaumont, TX.)-Vicky Chapman First Round: def. Arkansas State 13-6 Winner’s Bracket: def. UT-Arlington 4-1 Semifinals: def. UL-Lafayette 2-0 Championship: def. UT-Arlington 4-3

1984 (Lafayette, LA.)- Cheryl Manuel First Round: def. Arkansas State 2-1 Winner’s Bracket: def. UT-Arlington 2-1 Semifinals: lost to UL-Lafayette 1-0; lost to UL-Monroe 2-0 1985 (Monroe, LA.)- Cheryl Manuel First Round: lost to Lamar 3-0 Consolation Bracket: lost to UTA 3-0 1986 (Arlington, TX.)- Cherilyn Lantrip First Round: def. North Texas Winner’s Bracket: lost to UL-Lafayette 2-0 Consolation Bracket: def. Lamar 5-0; def. North Texas 1-0 Semifinals: lost to UL-Lafayette 3-1 1987 (Denton, TX.)- Cherilyn Lantrip First Round: def. North Texas 3-2 Winner’s Bracket: def. UT-Arlington 3-0 Semifinals: lost to UL-Lafayette 8-0; lost to UT-Arlington 5-4 1988 (Natchitoches, LA.)- Rose Ruffino First Round: lost to UT-Arlington 3-0 Consolation Bracket: lost to Texas State 2-1 1989 (Huntsville, TX.)- Rose Ruffino First Round: lost to Sam Houston St. 3-0 Consolation Bracket: lost to SFA 12-3 1990 (San Marcos, TX.)- Rose Ruffino First Round: def. UT-Arlington 1-0 Winner’s Bracket: lost to NW State 5-0 Consolation Bracket: lost to UL-Monroe 4-1 1996 (Thibodaux, LA.)- Scott Eastman First Round: lost to UL-Monroe 6-0 Second Round: lost to UTSA 2-0 1997 (Monroe, LA.)- Scott Eastman First Round: lost to Northwestern St. 2-1 Second Round: lost to UL-Monroe 3-0 1998 (Natchitoches, LA.)- Scott Eastman Did Not Make Tournament

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1999 (Natchitoches, LA.)- Scott Eastman First Round: def. UTSA 2-1 Second Round: def. UL-Monroe 7-2; lost to Texas State 2-1 Third Round: def. Northwestern St. 8-4 (12) Championship: lost to Texas State 4-3

2000 (Natchitoches, LA.)- Scott Eastman First Round: lost to UTSA 9-1; def. UTA 4-1 Second Round: def. Texas State 2-1 Third Round: lost to Northwestern St. 8-1 2001 (San Marcos, TX.)- Scott Eastman First Round: lost to Texas State 7-0; lost to Northwestern State 3-2 2002 (Natchitoches, LA.)- Scott Eastman First Round: lost to UTSA 7-0 Second Round: lost to Texas State 5-0 2003 (Natchitoches, LA.)- Scott Eastman First Round: def. Northwestern State 4-1 Second Ronund: lost to Nicholls St. 6-2; lost to Sam Houston St. 7-5 (10)

2010 (San Marcos, TX.)- Natalie Poole First Round: def. Texas A&M-CC 6-0; def. Stephen F. Austin 4-1 Third Round: def. Texas State 1-0 Championship: def. Texas State 3-2

2011 (Huntsville, TX.)- Natalie Poole First Round: def. UTSA 7-1; def. Texas A&M-CC 1-0 (8) Second Round: lost to Texas State 2-1 Third Round: lost to Texas A&M-CC 8-6 2012 (San Antonio, TX.)- Mike Smith First Round: def. Texas A&M-CC 11-3 (6); def. Sam Houston State (6-1 Second Round: lost to Texas State 2-5 Third Round: lost to SHSU (2-3 (9) 2013 (Natchitoches, LA.)- Mike Smith First Round: lost to Central Arkansas 1-0 (9) Second Round: lost to Southeastern La. 3-1

2004 (San Marcos, TX.)- Scott Eastman Did Not Make Tournament 2005 (Hammond, LA.)- Chris Malveaux First Round: lost to UTSA 5-0; def. UTA 8-3 Second Round: def. Texas State 8-1 Third Round: def. UTSA 4-3 Championship: def. Sam Houston St. 5-1; def. Sam Houston St. 2-0 2006 (Natchitoches, LA.)- Chris Malveaux First Round: lost to UT-Arlington 2-1 Second Round: lost to UTSA 3-0 2007 (Huntsville, TX.)- Chris Malveaux First Round: lost to Sam Houston St. 3-0; lost to Nicholls 5-4 2008 (San Marcos, TX.)- Chris Malveaux First Round: def. Southeastern La. 5-4; lost to Stephen F. Austin 8-0 2009 (Lake Charles, LA.)- Natalie Poole First Round: def. UTSA 4-3 Second Ronund: lost to Texas State 1-0; def. Sam Houston St. 3-2 Championship: lost to Texas State 2-1

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1994 (Lafayette, LA.)

NCAA Tournament History

McNeese 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 USL 0 0 0 2 1 0 X

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R H E 0 3 1 3 7 1

WP: Hall (USL) LP: Harrison (McN) LOB: McN- 3, USL- 5 DP: USL- 1; 2B: USL- 1 (Avant); SB: McN- 1 (Everingham); USL- 3 (Britton, Morton, Pearson) McNeese 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - Princeton 2 0 0 0 0 0 X -

R H E 0 4 0 2 5 0

WP: Drill (Princeton) LP: Robinson (McN) LOB: McN- 3; Princeton- 3; SB: McN- 2 (Riggs, Sicks); Princeton- 1 (Thurber)

2005 (College Station, TX.)

McNeese 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 Texas A&M 5 0 1 0 0 0 X

R H E 3 6 3 6 8 0

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WP: Gibson (A&M) LP: Denham (McN) LOB: McN- 7, A&M- 4; DP: McN- 1; A&M-1; 2B: McN- 2 (Jordan); 1- James (A&M); HR: McN- 1 (N. Edlund); SB: A&M- 2 (Spencer) R H E McNeese 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 - 5 8 2 Centenary 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 - 2 5 0 WP: Denham (McN) LP: Ivins (Centenary) LOB: McN- 8; Centenary- 7; HR: McN- 1 (N. Edlund); Centenary- 1 (Rhodes); SH: McN- 1 (Novak); SB: Centenary- 1 (Wiedman) SH: McN-1 (Novak) R H E Penn State 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 5 2 McNeese 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 7 1 WP: Beseres (PSU) LP: Denham (McN) LOB: PSU- 4; McN- 9; 2B: PSU- 2 (Acunto); HR: McN- 1 (T. Edlund); SH: PSU- 2 (Chavez), McN- 1 (Brodhead); SB: PSU- 1 (Williams); McN- 1 (T. Edlund)

2010 (Baton Rouge, LA.)

McNeese 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LSU 0 4 0 0 0 2 X

R H E 0 4 2 6 8 0

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NCAA Tournament History Years In NCAA Tourn.: 3

1994- Lafayette, LA. lost 3-0 to USL lost 2-0 to Princeton

2005- College Station, TX. lost 6-3 to #5 Texas A&M def. Centenary 5-2 lost 2-1 to Penn State

2010- Baton Rouge, LA. lost 6-0 to #17 LSU lost 2-0 to #20 Texas A&M

NCAA Tournament Record 1-6 Record vs. Opp. In NCAA’s

Centenary 1-0 LSU 0-1 Penn State 0-1 Princeton 0-1 Texas A&M 0-2 UL-Lafayette 0-1

WP: Fico (LSU) LP: Bond (McN) LOB: McN- 7, LSU- 1 DP: LSU- 1; 2B: LSU- 1 (Langoni, Santos); HR: LSU-1 (Shortridge); SB: McN- 1 (Terracina); LSU- 3 (Langoni, Shaw, Santos); HBP: LSU-1 (Young) R H E Texas A&M 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 - 2 7 1 McNeese 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 3 2 WP: Dumezich (Texas A&M) LP: Shepherd (McN) LOB: McN- 4; Texas A&M- 5 DP: McN- 1; SH: Texas A&M- 1 (Spittler); SF: Texas A&M-1 (Dumezich; SB: McN-1 (Morvant)

1994 First Ever NCAA Tournament Team

2005

Head Coach: Chris Malveaux

Head Coach: Scott Eastman

2010

Head Coach: Natalie Poole

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ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 1983- 1984- 1986- 1987- 1989- 1994- 1995- 1996- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008- 2009- 2010- 2011- 2012- 2013-

Tammy Guidry (1st team- 1B) Tammy Guidry (2nd team-1B) Dawn Thibodeaux (2nd team-OF) Darnelle Bordelon (2nd team-3B) Carmen Gardovsky (2nd team-SS) Joni Talbot (2nd team-P) Joni Talbot (1st team-P) Susan Anding (2nd team-2B) Joy Gambino(2nd team-OF) Leigh King (2nd team- OF) Angela H. Ynfante (1 st team-P) Shyla Sicks (1st team-3B) Keri Riggs (1st team-OF) Sarah Everingham (2nd team-2B) Oakley Boudreaux (2nd team-SS) Kerri Chiasson (HM-OF) Kerri Chiasson (1st team-OF) Keri Riggs (1st team-OF) Natalie Pole (1st team-C) Sarah Everingham (2nd team-1B) Bonnie Cappo (2nd team-2B) Amy Moore (HM-OF) Kathy Sturgeon (1st team-1B) Natalie Poole (1st team-C) Bonnie Cappo (2nd team-2B) Elisha Drewry (2nd team-OF) Natalie Poole (1st team-C) Sarah Everingham (1st team-2B) Angela H.- Ynfante (2nd team-P) Elisha Drewry (2nd team-OF) Sarah Everingham (1st team-2B) Katie Trout (2nd team-C) Heather Moreaux (2nd team-1B) Kelly Lees (HM-OF) Heather Moreaux (1st team-1B) Tania Zanet (1st team-3B) Jaime Manuel (3rd team-SS) Katie Trout (HM-C) LeAnne Goodchile (HM-DP) Katie Trout (2nd team-C) Jaime Manuel (3rd team-SS) Heather Moreaux (HM-1B) Beth Jordan (1st team-DP) Rikki Fontenot (2nd team-OF) Jaime Manuel (3rd team-SS) Katie Trout (HM-C) Heather Moreaux (HM-1B) Corrie Hale (HM-P) Stephenie Denham (1st team-SS) Jessica Denham (3rd team-P) Corrie Hale (HM-P) Nicole Edlund (HM-2B) Jessica Denham (HM-P) Jana Jones (HM-DP) Beth Jordan (1st team-1B) Tonya Edlund (2nd team-3B) Jana Jones (2nd-DP) Jessica Denham (2nd-P) Nicole Edlund (HM-2B) Jenny Clay (HM-C) Rachael Phillips (HM-OF) Christina Allen (2nd/OF) Jenny Clay (2nd/C) Jessica Denham (2nd/P) Rachael Phillips (3rd/OF) Brooke Brodhead (HM/2B) Brooke Brodhead (1st/2B) Jenny Clay (2nd/C) Rachel King (2nd/DP) Jana Jones (3rd/P) Megan Beard (3rd/OF) Rachel Phillips (HM/OF) Liz Morvant (HM/SS) Jenny Clay (1st/DP) Megan Beard (3rd/OF) Rachel King (HM/DP) Bethany Stefinsky (2nd/P) Molly Guidry (3rd/SS) Lindsey Langner (3rd/OF) Heather Mosser (HM/1B) Liz Morvant (2nd/OF) Molly Guidry (2nd/SS) Meagan Bond (2nd/P) Lindsey Langner (3rd/OF) Marissa Koetting (3rd/2B) Heather Mosser (HM/1B) Dani Price (HM/3B) Claire Terracina (HM/OF) Whitney Corbello (HM/C) Claire Terracian (1stOF) Molly Guidry (3rd/SS) MyKeisha Young (3rd/DP)’ Kayla Shephard (3rd/P) Katie Shumaker (HM/1B) Katie Roux (HM/2B) Alanna DiVittorio (HM/OF) Claire Terracina (1st/OF) Ashley Modzelewski (1st/DP) Alanna DiVittorio (2nd/OF) Tiffany Denham (3rd/P) Lauren Langner (HM/2B) Marissa Koetting (HM/OF) Meagan Bond (1st/P) Alanna DiVittorio (1st/OF) Ashely Modzelewski (1st/C) Emily Vincent (2nd/DP) Jamie Allred (3rd/P)

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1999- 2003- 2005- 2009- 2010- 2011- 2012-

SLC HONORS

SLC ALL-TOURNAMENT Brandi Nickell (P) Kelly Lees (OF) Jaime Manuel (SS) Beth Jordan (1B) Nicole Edlund (2B) Beth Jordan (1B) Meghan Novak (OF) Jenny Clay (C) Brooke Brodhead (SS) Jessica Denham (MVP-P) Bethany Stefinsky (P) Lindsey Langner (OF) Liz Morvant (OF) Meagan Bond (P/MVP) Molly Guidry (SS) Marissa Koetting (2B) Heather Mosser (1B) Claire Terracina (OF) Stacey Conley (C) Molly Guidry (SS) Katie Roux (SS) Claire Terracina (OF)

SOUTHLAND INDIVIDUAL HONORS PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2000-

Heather Moreaux (1B)

HITTER OF THE YEAR 1994- 2000-

Keri Riggs (OF) Heather Moreaux (1B)

PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1994-

Angela Harrison-Ynfante

UTILITY OF THE YEAR 2007- 2008-

Jenny Clay (C/DP) Jenny Clay (C/DP)

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2002- Rikki Fontenot (OF) 2006- Christina Allen (OF)

COACH OF THE YEAR

1994- Scott Eastman (35-24-2; 22-7-1 SLC) 2009- Natalie Poole (31-38; 20-10 SLC) 2013- Mike Smith (38-15, 19-5 SLC)

Keri Riggs 1994 SLC Hitter of the Year

Heather Moreaux 2000 SLC Player and Hitter of the Year

Scott Eastman 1994 SLC Coach of the Year

Natalie Poole 2009 SLC Coach of the Year

Jenny Clay four time All-SLC and is the only Cowgirl to earn the Louisville Slugger/NFCA National Player of the Week. Clay earned co-player of the week honors with Virgina Tech’s Angela Tincher on April 1, 2008. 51

Mike Smith 2013 SLC Coach of the Year

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ALL-LOUISIANA/ALL-REGION HONORS 1979- 1980- 1981- 1982- 1983- 1986- 1987- 1989- 1991- 1994- 1995-

1996- 1999- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2005- 2007- 2008- 2009- 2010- 2011- 2012- 2013-

ALL-LOUISIANA

Ann Roubique (C) Cherilyn Lantrip (3B) Olga Dupuis (SS) Cherilyn Lantrip (3B) Ann Roubique (C) Laura Grifka (P) Cherilyn Lantrip (3B) Jan O’Friel (C) Joni Talbot (P) Joni Talbot (P) Leigh King (OF) Chris Lee (SS) Keri Riggs (1st team- OF) Angela Harrison (2nd team- P) Shyla Sicks (2nd team- 3B) Kerri Chiasson (2nd team-OF) Keri Riggs (1st team-OF) Natalie Poole (2nd team-C) Bonnie Cappo (2nd team-2B) Kerri Chiasson (2nd team-OF) Bonnie Cappo (1st team- 2B) Kathy Sturgeon (1st team-1B) Heather Moreaux (2nd team-1B) Heather Moreaux (HM-1B) Katie Trout (HM-C) Jaime Manuel (2nd team-SS) Beth Jordan (HM-DP) Stephenie Denham (1st team-SS) Jessica Denham (HM-P) Beth Jordan (1st team-1B) Tonya Edlund (1st team- 3B) Brooke Brodhead (1st team-2B) Jenny Clay (2nd team-C) Jenny Clay (1st team-C) Rachel King (HM-DP) Bethany Stefinsky (3rd-P) Lindsey Langner (HM-OF) Meagan Bond (2nd/P) Marissa Koetting (2nd/2B) Heather Mosser (HM/1B) Molly Guidry (HM/SS) Claire Terracina (HM/OF) Liz Morvant (HM/OF) Claire Terracina (2nd/OF) Kayla Shephared (HM/P) Katie Shumaker (HM/1B) Katie Roux (HM/2B) Molly Guidry (HM/SS) Alanna DiVittorio (HM/OF) Lindsey Langner (HM/OF) Claire Terracina (1st/OF) Ashley Modzelewski (1st/DP) Alanna DiVittorio (2nd/OF) Tiffany Denham (HM/P) Alanna DiVittorio (1st/OF) Ashley Modzelewski (2nd/C) Emily Vincent (HM/DP) Lauren Langner (HM/OF)

ALL-SOUTH REGION 1994- 1995- 1996- 2000- 2005-

Keri Riggs (OF) Shyla Sicks (3B) Angela Harrison (P) Natalie Poole (2nd team-C) Keri Riggs (2nd team- OF) Natalie Poole (2nd team- C) Kathy Sturgeon (2nd team- 1B) Heather Moreaux (2nd team-1B) Beth Jordan (2nd team- 1B)

Keri Riggs (left) was named to the all-South Region team in 1994 and 1995. Riggs is the first Cowgirl to play professional softball. She was a member of the 1997 Orlando Wahoos’ inaugural team.

CoSIDA ALL-AMERICA District VI All-Academic Team 1995- 1996- 1997- 2005- 2010- 2012- 2013-

Natalie Poole (1st team-C) Natalie Poole (1st team-C) Tara Robinson (1st team-P) Natalie Poole (1st team-C) Jana Jones (1st team-DP) Lindsey Langner (2nd team-OF) Alanna DiVittorio (1st team-OF) Alanna DiVittorio (1st team-OF)

1997-

Natalie Poole (3rd team- C)

Year-by-Year Team MVP 1980- 1981- 1982- 1983- 1984- 1985- 1986- 1987- 1988- 1989- 1990- 1991- 1992- 1993- 1994- 1995- 1996- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2008- 2009- 2010- 2011- 2012- 2013-

Cherilyn Lantrip (3B) Cherilyn Lantrip (3B) Cherilyn Lantrip (3B) Tammy Guidry (1B) Tammy Guidry (1B) Theresa Thibodeaux (SS) Dawn Smith (C) Joni Talbot (P) Cheramie Boynes (2B) Leigh King (OF) Chris Lee (SS) Caroline Shannon (1B) Anna Danenhauer (C) Melissa Bostick (1B) Angela Harrison (P), Shyla Sicks (3B) Kerri Chiasson (OF) Kathy Sturgeon (1B) Natalie Poole (C) Kelly Lees (C) Brandi Nickell (P) Heather Moreaux (1B) Katie Trout (C) Corrie Hale (P) Stephenie Denham (SS) Jessica Denham (P) Jessica Denham (P), Beth Jordan (1B) Jessica Denham (P) Jana Jones (P/1B) Jenny Clay (utility) Bethany Stefinsky (P) Kayla Shepherd (P), Meagan Bond (P) Kayla Shephard (P) Claire Terracina (OF), Tiffany Denham (P) Alanna DiVittorio (OF)

CoSIDA ALL-AMERICA National All-Academic Team

Natalie Poole Academic All-American (3rd Team)

Cherilyn Lantrip (left) and Jessica Denham (right) are the only two Cowgirls to earn three team MVP honors

ALL-LOUISIANA INDIVIDUAL HONORS NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1994- Keri Riggs (OF)

CO-FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2010- Alanna DoVittorio (OF)

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Alanna DiVittorio 2011 Louisiana Co-Freshman of the Year 2012 District VI All-Academic (1st team) 2013 District VI All-Academic (1st team)

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Bethany Stefinsky set a new single season strikeout record in 2009 with 304. She was named to the All-SLC, SLC All-Tournament, All-Louisiana teams as well as team MVP that same year.

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Alcorn State Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Auburn Ball State Baylor Bethune-Cookman Birmingham Southern Boston College Bowling Green Bradley Bucknell Butler Cal State-Bakersfield Cal.State-Fullerton Cal State-Northridge Cal State-Santa Barbara Cameron University Campbell University Centenary Central Arizona Central Arkansas Central Florida Colorado State Connecticut Creighton Dayton Delaware State Delta State Drake Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Evansville Florida Florida A&M Florida State Fresno State Furman University George Mason Univ. Georgia Georgia State Georgia Tech Grambling State Hawaii Hofstra Houston Baptist Idaho State Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Incarnate Word Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne (IPFW) Indiana State Iowa State Jackson State Jacksonville State Kansas Lamar Lipscomb Livingston Long Beach State Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana Tech LSU-Alexandria

W L T 12 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 4 12 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 27 19 0 3 2 0 9 7 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 9 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 25 5 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 14 6 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 24 86 0 30 46 0 28 53 0 4 0 0

McNEESE VS. OPPONENTS/HALL OF FAME LSU Massachusettes Memphis Miami-Ohio Middle Tennessee Minnesota Mississippi College Mississippi State Missouri State Mississippi Valley State Mount St. Mary’s New Mexico New Mexico State New Orleans Nicholls North Carolina North Florida NC-Wilmington Northern Colorado Northern Illinois Northwood Univ. Northwestern State (La. ) Northwestern University Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Ole Miss Oregon Oregon State Penn State Peru College Pittsburg State Portland State Prairie View A&M Princeton Providence Purdue Quincy College Regis College Rutgers St. Bonaventure St. Mary’s Samford Sam Houston St. San Diego St. South Alabama South Carolina South Florida Southeastern La. Southeast Missouri Southern Southern Mississippi Southern Utah Southwest Missouri Stanford Stephen F. Austin Stetson Syracuse Tennessee-Chattanooga Tennessee-Martin Texas A&M Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Texas Arlington Texas Southern Texas State Texas Tech Texas Weslyan Texas Women’s Univ.

9 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 19 51 0 0 1 2 3 1 54 2 0 2 2 0 3 0 2 0 1 3 0 12 0 0 2 0 2 2 4 2 1 56 2 1 0 1 54 1 22 6 0 1 0 38 1 1 1 1 4 18 45 4 37 3 3 1

41 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 3 0 56 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 68 0 0 0 3 0 8 0 3 0 5 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 63 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 1 0 20 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 45 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 25 0 13 0 40 0 0 0 46 1 4 0 0 0 1 0

Troy State UCLA Univ. of Alabama Univ. of Alabama-Birmingham Univ. of Arkansas Univ. of Buffalo Univ. of Houston Univ. of Mobile Univ. Miss./ Women Univ. of Nevada Univ. of Pacific Univ. of San Diego UNLV Univ. of Utah Utah State UTSA Utah Valley State Washington Western Carolina Western Illinois West Texas State Wichita State Wisconsin-Green Bay Wright State

1 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 33 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 38 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0

Overall Results (Since 1979)

HALL OF FAMERS

Ann Roubique 1979-82

McNeese

Former softball and basketball standout Ann Roubique was inducted into McNeese State’s Hall of Fame in 2001. Roubique is the first softball player and the third women’s basketball player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. The four year letterwinner in softball and basketball, Roubique spent most of her adult lifte at McNeese. Roubique also spent six years as assistant women’s basketball coach (1985-90) and three as head women’s tennis coach (1985-87). As an athlete, Roubique was the 1979 MVP after batting .439 with seven home runs and helped her team’s capture the Louisiana Championships in 1979 and 1981. She was also a three time All-Louisiana selection.

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Cherilyn Lantrip 1979-82

Former softball player and softball coach Cherilyn Lantrip is the most recent female athlete inducted into the McNeese Hall of Fame. Lantrip was inducted in 2004. At one time, she held the career records for runs scored and home runs as well as most doubles in a game with three. She was a three-time All-Louisiana selection and team MVP. The four year letterwinner was also a member of two Louisiana Championship teams (1979 & 1981). As a coach, Lantrip coached the Cowgirls for two seasons (1986 & ‘87), compiling a 42-38 won-loss record and led McNeese to a third place finish in the SLC both seasons.

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Coaches Records

Seasons W

L

T

Scott Eastman 12 302 330 4 Chris Malveaux 4 108 133 0 Natalie Poole 3 100 84 0 Mike Smith 2 72 36 0 Jim Draudt 2 59 28 0 Rose Ruffino 5 56 186 0 Cheryl Manuel 2 43 58 0 Cherilyn Lantrip 2 42 38 0 Cathy Cunningham 2 28 22 0 Vicky Chapman 1 19 18 0

SLC Tour. App.

Titles

8 4 3 2 0 3 2 2 0 1

(1) SLC regular season (1) SLC Tourn. (1) SLC Tourn. (1) SLC regular season (1) La. Champs - - (1) La. Champs - (1) SLC regular season

Regiona App.

NCAA Regionals (0-2) NCAA Regionals (1-2) NCAA Regionals (0-4) - -

Honors

SLC Coach of the Year (1994) SLC Coach of the Year (2009) SLC Coach of the Year (2013)

Mike Smith 2 years 72-36

2 SLC Tourn. App. 2013 SLC Champs 2013 SLC COY

Natalie Poole

Chris Malveaux

Scott Eastman

Jim Draudt

Cherilyn Lantrip

Vicky Chapman

3 SLC Tourn. App. One SLC Tourn. Title NCAA Tournament 2009 SLC COY

One SLC Tourn. Title NCAA Tournament

8 SLC Tourn. App. SLC Champs NCAA Tournament 1994 SLC COY

Louisiana Champs

Louisiana Champs

SLC Champs

3 years 100-84

McNeese

4 years 108-133

12 yrs. 302-330-4

2 yrs. 59-28

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2 yrs. 42-38

1 yr. 19-18

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Year-by-Year Coaches Records

Overall Southland Conference Year W L T W L T Place 1979 16 8 0 La. Champs 1980 12 14 0 1981 33 12 0 La. Champs 1982 26 16 0 1983 19 18 0 5 3 0 SLC and Tourn. Champs 1984 24 27 0 5 3 0 2nd 1985 19 31 0 7 5 0 4th 1986 19 24 0 6 6 0 3rd 1987 23 14 0 8 4 0 3rd 1988 8 34 0 3 11 0 6th 1989 9 45 0 0 14 0 8th 1990 10 38 0 2 13 0 8th *1991 11 33 0 5 17 0 6th *1992 18 36 0 6 22 0 9th *1993 23 28 1 12 12 1 4th *1994 35 24 2 22 7 1 SLC Champs *1995 37 25 0 22 10 0 3rd 1996 31 22 0 17 7 0 2nd 1997 32 27 0 13 10 0 3rd 1998 13 34 0 7 17 0 9th 1999 26 34 0 14 11 0 5th 2000 27 33 0 16 11 0 T-4th 2001 21 32 0 13 13 0 6th 2002 23 28 0 17 10 0 4th 2003 24 27 1 15 11 1 3rd 2004 19 41 0 8 17 0 9th 2005 34 35 0 12 15 0 6th/ SLC Tourn. Champs 2006 21 30 0 13 13 0 4th 2007 30 32 0 16 12 0 5th 2008 23 36 0 15 14 0 5th 2009 31 28 0 20 10 0 2nd 2010 38 27 0 17 13 0 4th/SLC Tourn. Champs 2011 31 29 0 18 12 0 4th 2012 34 21 0 12 8 0 3rd 2013 38 15 0 19 5 0 1st/SLC Champs *- NO SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE POSTSEASON TOURNAMENT

Postseason None None None None SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. None None None NCAA Reg. None SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. None SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. None NCAA Reg. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. NCAA Reg. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn. SLC Tourn.

Coach Cathy Cunningham Cathy Cunningham Jim Draudt Jim Draudt Vicky Chapman Cheryl Manuel Cheryl Manuel Cherilyn Lantrip Cherilyn Lantrip Rose Ruffino Rose Ruffino Rose Ruffino Rose Ruffino Rose Ruffino Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Scott Eastman Chris Malveaux Chris Malveaux Chris Malveaux Chris Malveaux Natalie Poole Natalie Poole Natalie Poole Mike Smith Mike Smith

The 2005 team poses with former President George H. W. Bush while taking part in the Texas A&M Aggie Invitational

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SEASON RESULTS

McNeese has won two Southland Conference regular season Championships (1984 and 1994), one Southland Conference Tournament Title (2005) and have advanced to the NCAA Tournament twice (2005, 1994). McNeese has won two Louisiana Championships (1979 and 1981).

1979: 16-8 (Louisiana Champs) Coach: Cathy Cunningham

McN Opponent

Opp

8 NW State 9 10 NW State 14 16 LSU 18 8 LSU 11 9 New Orleans 15 16 New Orleans 5 4 NW State 3 9 New Orleans 3 1 LSU 5 8 New Orleans 3 10 New Orlenas 9 6 LSU-Alexandria 0 18 LSU-Alexandria 10 12 LSU-Alexandria 8 14 LSU-Alexandria 3 8 NW State 7 7 NW State 6 4 NW State 2 4 LSU 3 6 NW State 2 5 Baylor 3 0 Oklahoma 11 2 Texas-Wesleyan 0 2 LSU 7

1980: 12-14 Coach: Cathy Cunningham

McN Opponent

Opp

1 LSU 4 1 LSU 2 4 Stephen F. Austin 6 2 Stephen F. Austin 4 4 NW State 3 0 NW State 5 1 Texas A&M 4 0 Texas A&M 4 1 Sam Houston St. 5 2 Sam Houston St. 1 7 New Orleans 0 14 New Orleans 4 17 La. Tech 2 5 La. Tech 3 5 New Orleans 2 8 New Orleans 9 19 La. Tech 0 18 La. Tech 4 3 LSU 4 4 LSU 2 6 #Northeast La. 3 3 #LSU 2 0 #LSU 15 3 !LSU 6 1 *LSU 2 4 *Texas Women’s Univ. 7 #- La. State Tourn., !- La. State Tourn. Championship Game, *- Regional Tourn.

1981: 33-12 (Louisiana Champs) Coach: Jim Draudt

McN Opponent

Opp

4 Northern Illinois 3 1 Northern Illinois 7 7 La. Tech 2 3 La. Tech 1 3 Indiana State 0 2 Indiana State 1 0 LSU 0 8 LSU 4 2 USL 0 12 USL 5 1 Nicholls State 0 7 Nicholls State 3 2 New Orleans 0 3 New Orleans 2 2 LSU 8 7 LSU 8 2 Texas Wesleyan 1 8 Texas Wesleyan 4 12 New Orleans 1 15 New Orleans 1 8 NW State 2 2 Baylor 4 0 Sam Houston St. 3 4 LSU 1 5 Texas Women’s 1 11 North Texas St. 5 6 La. Tech 5 3 La. Tech 0 3 Nicholls State 8 9 Nicholls State 3 4 USL 3 2 Sam Houston St. 4 0 Sam Houston St. 1 6 NW State 2 2 NW State 3 4 #USL 0 5 #La. Tech 4 2 #USL 7 2 #LSU 0 5 #La. Tech 0 0 *Texas A&M 7 2 *West Texas St. 0 1 *LSU 2 #- La. State Tour., *- Regional Tourn.

1982: 26-16 Coach: Jim Draudt

McN Opponent

1 6 10 0 4 11 9 5 5 4 1 4 7 6 0 1 4 5 1 0 12 0

Opp

Sam Houston St. 4 Sam Houston St. 9 Northeast Missouri 2 Northeast Missouri 7 Nicholls State 1 Nicholls State 5 New Orleans 0 New Orleans 8 NW State 0 NW State 0 Central Michigan 4 Central Michigan 0 Carthage 0 Carhage 0 La. Tech 6 La. Tech 8 Northeast La. 1 Northeast La. 1 Nicholls State 2 Nicholls State 5 North Texas St. 0 Baylor 5

McNeese

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

Texas Weslyan 0 Trinity 0 Nicholls State 3 Stephen F. Austin 1 Baylor 3 New Orleans 0 New Orleans 4 Sam Houston St. 3 Sam Houston St. 5 Northeast La. 5 Northeast La. 2 Northeast La. 1 USL 0 USL 4 LSU 0 LSU 0 NW State 1 NW State 1 USL 0 USL 2

2 *USL 4 1 Sam Houston St. 7 2 Sam Houston St. 3 6 Grambling 4 0 Grambling 2 3 *Northeast La. 1 4 *Northeast La. 6 3 *UT-Arlington 5 1 *UT-Arlington 5 3 Grambling 1 3 Grambling 6 0 La. Tech 3 0 La. Tech 7 12 *North Texas State 3 6 *North Texas State 4 5 *Arkansas State 2 8 *Arkansas State 1 1 Lamar 2 7 Cameron 0 0 Stephen F. Austin 1 1 Nicholls State 4 1 Nicholls State 11 0 *Lamar 3 1 *UT-Arlington 3 6 NW State 5 1 NW State 3 *- SLC games

1983: 19-18; 5-3 SLC Southland Conference Champs Coach: Vicky Chapman

McN Opponent

1986: 19-24; 6-6 SLC Coach: Cherilyn Lantrip

Opp

0 La. Tech 7 0 La. Tech 3 1 Stephen F. Austin 5 2 Stephen F. Austin 3 15 New Orleans 2 12 New Orleans 2 0 Sam Houston St. 7 0 Sam Houston St. 10 2 La. Tech 11 0 La. Tech 5 0 Utah 5 2 Sam Houston St. 4 5 Texas Tech 2 1 Iowa State 0 0 Texas A&M 7 0 NW State 4 1 NW State 5 0 *USL 1 4 *USL 1 6 *USL 2 0 *USL 2 5 Nicholls State 3 5 Nicholls State 0 7 New Orleans 0 10 New Orleans 3 3 *Lamar 1 1 *Lamar 0 7 *Lamar 1 4 *Lamar 5 0 Sam Houston St. 3 0 Sam Houston St. 10 5 NW State 2 4 NW State 3 13 **Arkansas State 6 2 **USL 0 4 **UT-Arlington 3 2 **UT-Arlington 0 *- SLC games, **- SLC Tournament

1984: 24-27; 5-3 SLC Coach: Cheryl Manuel

McN Opponent

McN Opponent

Opp

2 Ball State 0 1 Ball State 0 2 New Orleans 1 18 New Orleans 0 0 La. Tech 5 0 La. Tech 1 1 Nicholls State 0 2 Nicholls State 0 0 Sam Houston St. 1 1 Sam Houston St. 2 0 #Nicholls State 10 4 #Stephen F. Austin 3 1 #Quincy College 2 3 #Nicholls State 7 3 #NW State 4 5 Grambling 1 8 Grambling 3 8 NW State 0 2 NW State 0 0 La. Tech 1 0 La. Tech 4 2 *USL 5 3 *USL 2 2 *USL (16) 1 2 *USL 3 1 Nicholls State 6 0 Nicholls State 1 0 !Cal. State-Fullerton 14 0 !Texas A&M 5 2 !Texas Tech 3 0 !Baylor 14 0 !La. Tech 4 0 !Sam Houston St. 7 3 *Lamar 1 3 *Lamar 2 5 Sam Houston St. 1 0 Sam Houston St. 4 0 Texas A&M 9 0 Texas A&M 2 1 Texas A&M 0 2 Texas A&M 5 10 Grambling 1 3 Grambling 1 7 New Orleans 0 7 New Orleans 0 1 **Arkansas State 0 2 **UT-Arlington 1 0 **USL 1 0 **Northeast La. 2 #-Sulphur Tourn., !- Texas A&M Tourn., *-SLC games, **-SLC Tourn

1985: 19-31; 7-5 SLC Coach: Cheryl Manuel

McN Opponent

1 4 6 5 4 0 0 5 7 0 3 1 3 0 2 2 0 0 2 3 10 8 7 2

Opp

0 Sam Houston St. 0 1 Sam Houston St. 4 1 NW State 2 1 NW State 3 1 Bowling Green 7 0 La. Tech 4 4 Sam Houston St. 0 3 Baylor 2 4 SE Louisiana 1 10 SE Louisiana 0 1 Nicholls State 4 0 Nicholls State 1 0 *UT-Arlington 1 5 *North Texas 2 3 *UT-Arlington 4 5 *North Texas 4 0 La. Tech 9 0 La. Tech 3 3 Grambling 1 4 Grambling 11 6 *Arkansas State 0 3 *Northeast La. 4 6 *Arkansas State 0 7 *Northeast La. 0 3 Nicholls State 2 0 Nicholls State 1 5 *Lamar 2 0 *USL 1 0 *Lamar` ` 3 0 *USL 7 3 NW State 1 4 NW State 1 3 Grambling 2 0 Grambling 1 4 SE Louisiana 2 0 SE Louisiana 1 0 Sam Houston St. 7 0 Sam Houston St. 2 2 **North Texas St. 1 0 **USL 2 5 **Lamar 0 1 **North texas St. 0 2 **USL 3 *- SLC games, **- SLC Tourn.

1987: 23-14; 8-4 SLC Coach: Cherilyn Lantrip

McN Opponent

Opp

2 Mississipp Women’s 1 4 Mississippi Women’s 3 4 USL 0 2 USL 1 0 Sam Houston St. 1 1 Sam Houston St. 0 6 *North Texas 1 9 *North Texas 6 2 *USL 0 0 *USL 2 7 #Rutgers 6 2 #Miami-Ohio 3 2 #Stetson 1 0 #Southwest Missouri 2 12 #Florida A&M 2 2 Sam Houston St. 1 1 Sam Houston St. 3 2 NW State 1 3 NW State 6 6 *Arkansas State 0 6 *Lamar 9 14 *Arkansas State 0 3 *Lamar 2 3 NW State 4 6 NW State 5 11 SE Louisiana 0 1 SE Louisiana 2 0 *UT-Arlington 1 5 *Northeast La. 6 3 *UT-Arlington 2 5 *Northeast La. 2 0 Nicholls State 2 1 Nicholls State 0 3 **North Texas 2 3 **UT-Arlington 0 0 **USL 8 4 **UT-Arlington 5 #-Florida St, Tourn., *-SLC games, **-SLC Tourn.

1988: 8-34; 3-15 SLC Coach: Rose Ruffino

McN Opponent

Opp

0 La. Tech 4 0 La. Tech 6 0 *Sam Houston St. 1 0 *Sam Houston St. 7 0 #South Carolina 4 1 #Texas A&M 9 1 #Oklahoma 14 0 #Illinois State 10 0 #La. Tech 7 1 #Sam Houston St. 7 0 USL 1 1 USL 8 0 Nicholls State 5 3 Nicholls State 4 5 SE Louisiana 0 0 *Stephen F. Austin 5 2 *Stephen F. Austin 5 0 *Sam Houston St. 9 1 *Sam Houston St. 7 0 *UT-Arlington 9 1 *North Texas 5 2 *UT-Arlington 4 6 *North Texas 2 1 USL 0 7 USL (11) 6 0 Southern Mississippi 5 6 Southern Mississippi 3

Opp

Sam Houston St. 3 Sam Houston St. 6 Ball State 1 Ball State 2 Florida State 0 La. Tech 4 Missiouri State 10 SE Louisiana 0 SE Louisiana 4 La. Tech 3 La. Tech 5 NW State 3 NW State 1 Nicholls State 5 Nicholls State 7 NW State 3 USL 3 Nicholls State 1 Northeast La. 3 SE Louisiana 0 SE Louisiana 0 *Lamar 0 *Lamar 2 *USL 3

56

0 *Sam Houston St. 5 3` *SW Texas State 7 5 *SW Texas State 3 0 *Sam Houston St. 6 0 Nicholls State 2 3 Nicholls State 8 0 La. Tech 4 0 La. Tech 4 3 *Northeast La. 1 0 *NW State 6 0 *NW State 1 1 *NW State 16 0 **UT-Arlington 3 1 **SW Texas State 2 #-Texas A&M Tourn., *-SLC games, **- SLC Tourn.

1989: 9-45; 0-14 SLC Coach: Rose Ruffino

McN Opponent

Opp

0 La. Tech 10 0 La Tech 7 0 SE Louisiana 4 3 SE Louisiana 5 5 *Sam Houston St. 6 0 *Sam Houston St. 8 0 Centenary 2 4 Centenary 6 0 #Texas A&M 6 2 #Oklahoma City 5 1 #Mississippi College 2 2 #Southern Mississippi 5 2 !SE Louisiana 3 2 !Mississippi Women’s 4 0 !Centenary 3 5 !Livingston 0 6 !Delta State 4 1 NW State 2 1 St. Mary’s 4 0 St. Mary’s 3 0 *Stephen F. Austin 14 0 *Stephen F. Austin 7 4 Southern Mississippi 3 1 Southern Mississippi 3 0 Nicholls State 10 0 Nicholls State 9 6 Centenary 0 2 Centenary 6 5 Southern Mississippi 1 4 Southern Mississippi 5 4 Houston Baptist 0 2 Houston Baptist 0 0 *UT-Arlington 3 0 *UT-Arlington 2 5 Nicholls State 11 2 Nicholls State 11 0 USL 12 0 USL 6 0 USL 11 0 USL 1 0 *SW Texas State 2 5 *Sam Houston State 9 0 *SW Texas State 4 0 *Sam Houston State 5 2 La. Tech 5 3 La. Tech 6 3 *NW State 8 1 *Northeast La. 5 0 *NW State 2 1 *Northeast La. 2 8 Houston Baptist 1 5 Houston Baptist 2 0 **Sam Houston State 3 3 **Stephen F. Austin 12 #- Texas A&M Tourn., !- SE Louisiana Inv., *- SLC games, **- SLC Tourn.

1990: 10-38; 2-13 SLC Coach: Rose Ruffino

McN Opponent

Opp

1 Houston Baptist 4 1 Houston Baptist 0 0 *NW State 8 1 *NW State 9 0 SE Louisiana 4 5 SE Louisiana 4 0 La. Tech 4 1 La. Tech 8 0 #Texas A&M 6 0 #Long Beach St. 1 1 #Oklahoma St. 6 1 #Stephen F. Austin 0 0 #Northeast La. 7 0 USL 10 1 USL 6 4 !UT-Arlington 6 0 !Ball State 1 2 !St. Mary’s 1 0 !Oklahoma St. 14 3 SE Louisiana 5 5 SE Louisiana 3 1 North Carolina 4 0 North Carolina 2 3 *SW Texas St. 7 2 *SW Texas St. 3 2 Nicholls St. 5 1 Nicholls St. 3 6 *Northeast La. 5 1 *Northeast La. 2 1 Houston Baptist 0 0 Houston Baptist 2 0 *Stephen F. Austin 8 0 *Stephen F. Austin 7 0 *NW State 6 4 *NW State 7 0 *Sam Houston St. 5 0 *Sam Houston St. 2 0 USL 4 1 USL 0 1 La. Tech 6 0 La. Tech 4 0 *UT-Arlington 1 3 *UT-Arlington 8 0 Nicholls State 7 7 Nicholls State 0 1 *UT-Arlington 0 0 **NW State 5 #-Texas A&M Tournament, !-UTA Tourn., *-SLC games, **-SLC Tourn.

1991: 11-33; 5-17 SLC Coach: Rose Ruffino

McN Opponent 2 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 2

Opp

!Stephen F. Austin 5 !Centenary 8 !NW State 5 !Texas A&M 5 #New Mexico 8 #Arizona State 8 #Fresno St. 5 #Oregon 5 #Eastern Michigan 5 #Wisconsin-Green Bay 4 *NW State 2 *NW State 6 USL 3 USL 7

Cowgirls


1 *Northeast La. 2 2 *Northeast La. 6 0 *Nicholls St. 4 5 *Nicholls St. 0 2 Houston Baptist 1 0 Houston Baptist 1 3 *SW Texas St. 7 7 *SW Texas St. 6 2 *SW Texas St. 7 1 *SW Texas St. 5 2 La. Tech 1 1 La. Tech 0 6 *Sam Houston St. 8 1 *Sam Houston St. 2 0 *Stephen F. Austin 3 3 *Stephen F. Austin 1 0 *Sam Houston St. 1 1 *Sam Houston St. 0 3 Nicholls St. 6 3 Nicholls St. 4 4 *UT-Arlington 3 0 *UT-Arlington 3 3 *UT-Arlington 4 2 *UT-Arlington 1 1 *Stephen F. Austin 8 1 *Stephen F. Austin 6 4 La. Tech 4 1 La. Tech 2 0 *NW State 6 0 *NW State 1 !-Northeast La. Tournament, #-Troy Cox Inv., *- SLC

1992: 18-36; 6-22 SLC Coach: Rose Ruffino

McN Opponent

3 SE Louisiana 2 SE Louisiana 0 *Northeast La. 6 *Northeast La. 8 UT-San Antonio (10) 1 UT-San Antonio 8 UT-San Antonio 4 *UT-Arlington 0 *UT-Arlington 0 *UT-Arlington 2 *UT-Arlington 0 USL 0 USL 3 Houston Baptist (11) 2 Houston Baptist 0 Centenary 4 Centenary 5 #SW Missouri St. 10 #Peru College 7 #NW State 3 #Centenary 2 #Nicholls St. 0 #Oklahoma City 1 La. Tech 0 La. Tech 0 SE Louisiana 4 SE Louisiana 2 *Stephen F. Austin 3 *Stephen F. Austin 0 *Northeast La. 2 *Northeast La. 0 *Nicholls State 0 *Nicholls State 2 *Sam Houston State 5 *Sam Houston State 7 Houston Baptist 3 Houston Baptist 1 *NW State 0 *NW State 3 *Nicholls State 1 *Nicholls State 0 *Stephen F. Austin 0 *Stephen F. Austin 0 USL 0 *Sam Houston St. 2 *Sam Houston St. 0 La. Tech 2 La. Tech 0 *SW Texas St. 1 * SW Texas St. 2 *SW Texas St. (10) 0 *SW Texas St. 0 *NW State (10) *-SLC games, #- Patterson Insurance Inv.

Opp 6 9 8 7 1 3 2 5 4 2 1 14 1 1 1 1 5 4 1 4 1 0 3 5 5 2 0 4 2 2 3 8 2 4 2 1 2 10 3 5 9 1 3 4 2 3 8 10 1 0 1 7 1

1993: 23-28-1; 12-12-1 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

Opp

0 La. Tech 1 2 La. Tech 10 4 SE Louisiana 5 0 SE Louisiana 2 0 *Stephen F. Austin 6 2 *Stephen F. Austin 1 0 #USL 5 0 #Northern Illinois (11) 3 1 #Northern Illinois 2 1 #USL 3 2 Houston Baptist 0 2 Houston Baptist 0 2 *Nicholls State 3 5 *Nicholls State 5 0 *Sam Houston State 1 4 *Sam Houston State 3 3 Centenary 1 1 Centenary 6 0 SE Louisiana` 9 5 SE Louisiana` 4 2 *NW State` 0 4 *NW State 2 2 *SW Texas State 3 7 *SW Texas State 1 3 *SW Texas State 1 3 *SW Texas State 2 1 *Sam Houston State (10) 2 2 *Sam Houston State 4 1 USL 5 1 USL 4 0 *Northeast La. 3 6 Centenary 1 1 Centenary 0 1 *UT-San Antonio 0 0 *UT-San Antonio 3 6 *UT-San Antonio 7 1 *UT-San Antonio 0 3 !Furman 4 13 !George Mason 8 6 !Centenary 5 0 !Texas A&M 6 1 !South Florida 0 5 !Northeast La. 3 1 La. Tech 4 6 La. Tech 3 3 La. Tech 4 2 *Northeast La. 0 5 *Northeast La. 4 7 *NW State (12) 5 0 *NW State 3 0 *UT-Arlington 1 0 *UT-Arlington 1 *SLC Games, #-USL Round Robin, !- Frost Cutlery Inv.

McNeese

1994: 35-24-2; 22-7-1 SLC SLC Champs NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

Opp

1 La. Tech 7 1 La. Tech 2 0 *Northeast La. 1 8 *Northeast La. (8) 0 2 *Stephen F. Austin (10) 1 6 *Stephen F. Austin 7 6 *UT-San Antonio 3 2 *UT-San Antonio 3 5 *UT-San Antonio 0 4 *UT-San Antonio 0 7 *NW State 0 7 *NW State 0 2 #Texas A&M (15) 3 2 #Illinois State 1 0 #Minnesota 6 0 #Long Beach St. 6 1 #USL 2 7 *Sam Houston St. 1 3 *Sam Houston St. 2 0 *Northeast La. (9) 1 0 *Northeast La. 2 8 *UT-Arlington 1 8 *UT-Arlington 1 11 *UT-Arlington 2 6 *UT-Arlington (10) 1 0 *Sam Houston St. 0 3 *Sam Houston St. 0 4 USL 3 1 USL 6 2 SE Louisiana 0 9 SE Louisiana 1 3 Centenary 4 4 Centenary 3 4 *SW Texas St. 0 10 *SW Texas St. 1 6 *SW Texas St. 1 11 *SW Texas St. 1 13 SE Louisiana 9 7 SE Louisiana 1 2 La. Tech 3 5 La. Tech 3 2 Centenary 5 7 Centenary 5 3 *Stephen F. Austin 1 3 *Stephen F. Austin 2 9 !UNC-Wilmington 1 3 !Furman (9) 2 2 !Hofstra 4 0 !NW State 1 2 !Georgia State 2 0 *Nicholls State (9) 1 5 *Nicholls State 1 7 *NW State 6 2 *NW State 3 0 USL 4 2 USL 3 1 $Nicholls State (9) 0 1 $Nicholls State 5 2 $Nicholls State 0 0 @USL 3 0 @Princeton 2 #-Texas A&M Invitational, *- Southland Conference games, !- Frost Cutlery Invitational, $- SLC Tie-braker @- NCAA Regionals

1995: 37-25; 22-10 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

Opp

11 Southeastern La. 3 7 Southeastern La. 3 1 Texas A&M 3 2 Texas A&M 4 1 *Nicholls State 3 4 *Nicholls State (8) 9 6 Centenary 0 6 Centenary 0 3 *Northeast La. 5 1 *Northeast La. 4 5 !Purdue 4 1 !Kansas 4 7 Central Arizona 3 3 Central Arizona 6 12 Regis Univ. 4 9 Regis Univ. 1 3 #Arizona 9 1 #Arizona 10 0 #Oklahoma 8 2 #Oklahoma 4 4 #New Mexico State 0 8 #New Mexico State 4 1 *Sam Houston St. 0 1 *Sam Houston St. 0 1 USL 6 0 USL 10 11 Centenary 3 1 Centenary 0 0 *Nicholls St. 1 2 *Nicholls St. 0 10 *UT-Arlington 2 5 *UT-Arlington 1 2 *UT-Arlington 0 5 *UT-Arlington 3 8 *NW State 0 4 *NW State 3 7 La. Tech 1 2 La. Tech 3 6 *Northeast La. 7 5 *Northeast La. 6 1 Southeastern La. 2 2 Southeastern La. 3 3 *SW Texas St. 0 5 *SW Texas St. 0 8 *SW Texas St. 2 7 *SW Texas St. 1 5 *Sam Houston St. 0 2 *Sam Houston St. 4 3 *Stephen F. Austin 2 1 *Stephen F. Austin 0 2 *Stephen F. Austin 0 1 *Stephen F. Austin 0 8 *NW State 0 5 *NW State 3 2 *Texas-San Antonio 3 4 *Texas-San Antonio 2 0 *Texas-San Antonio 3 8 *Texas-San Antonio 3 6 Texas A&M (9) 4 5 Texas A&M 2 2 USL (11) 3 0 USL 7 !- Texas A&M Tournament, #- Arizona Tournament *- Southland Conference Game

1996: 31-22; 17-7 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

0 #Arizona State 5 #Purdue 4 #New Mexico State 0 #Cal-State Fullerton 4 #San Diego State

Opp 11 2 0 5 7

SEASON RESULTS

0 #Illinois State 5 4 %Stephen F. Austin 2 8 %Oklahoma City 0 7 %Texas-Arlington 3 3 %Texas Tech 2 0 %Nicholls State 9 5 %NW State 4 1 %Oklahoma 2 11 Centenary 3 4 Centenary 1 7 SE Louisiana 9 4 SE Louisiana 2 2 *Stephen F. Austin 3 9 *Stephen F. Austin 0 2 *Stephen F. Austin 0 4 *Southwest Texas St. 0 5 *Southwest Texas St. 3 6 *Southwest Texas St. 2 5 Campbell University 1 8 Campbell University 0 6 *Sam Houston St. 4 8 *Sam Houston St. 1 8 *Sam Houston St. 6 8 *Texas-San Antonio 4 12 *Texas-San Antonio 4 1 *Texas-San Antonio 5 3 SE Louisiana 1 6 SE Louisiana 4 0 USL 1 1 USL 8 0 Baylor 7 2 Baylor 3 2 *Texas-Arlington 1 9 *Texas-Arlington 2 5 *Texas-Arlington 0 2 *Nicholls State 0 2 *Nicholls State 6 1 *Nicholls State 5 0 USL 8 1 USL 2 0 *NW State 1 2 *NW State 3 7 *NW State 0 1 *Northeast La. 3 3 *Northeast La. 0 7 *Northeast La. 0 0 *Northeast La. 6 0 *Texas-San Antonio 2 #-Arizona State Coca-Cola Classic; %- Northeast La. Mardi Gras Classic; *- Southland Conference Game; **SLC Tournament (Thibodeaux, La.)

1997: 32-27; 13-10 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

Opp

5 #Massachusettes 6 2 #Utah State 1 9 #UNLV 2 0 #Washington 5 1 #Illinois State 10 15 Prairie View A&M 0 19 Prairie View A&M 0 1 USL 4 0 USL 7 3 @Northern Illinois 2 (8) 2 @Centenary 5 7 @NW State 6 0 @Oklahoma City 5 3 @Nicholls State 1 (10) 0 @Oklahoma 4 3 *Sam Houston State 2 1 *Sam Houston State 7 3 *Sam Houston State 2 4 SE Louisiana 3 1 *Texas-San Antonio 0 (8) 5 *Texas-San Antonio 8 2 *Texas-San Antonio 1 1 LSU 8 0 LSU 2 0 !Texas-A&M 4 7 !Northwood Univ. 1 14 !Rutgers 0 10 !Incarnate Word 3 4 !Oklahoma 1 2 !Oklahoma City 1 (8) 0 !Oklahoma 6 15 Prairie View A&M 0 8 Prairie View A&M 0 0 *Texas-Arlington 1 5 *Texas-Arlington 1 0 *Texas-Arlington 6 2 Mississippi State 3 4 Ole Miss 3 1 Ole Miss 0 0 *Nicholls State 1 (10) 3 *Nicholls State 2 7 *Nicholls State 5 0 *Northwwestern State 2 4 *Northwestern State 3 0 *Northwestern State 5 3 SE Louisiana 1 5 SE Louisiana 3 (8) 0 *Northeast La. 8 0 *Northeast La. 1 0 *Northeast La. 2 0 USL 1 3 USL 7 7 *Southwest Texas State 3 5 *Southwest Texas State 0 0 *Southwest Texas State 0 6 *Stephen F. Austin 2 5 *Stephen F. Austin 2 1 $Northwestern State 2 0 $Northwestern State 3 #-Arizona State Coca-Cola Classic; @-Northeast La. mardi Gras Classic; !-Houston HITT Tourn.; *- SLC Game; $-SLC Tourn. (Thibodaux, La.)

1998: 13-34; 7-17 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

5 #Nicholls State 4 #LSU 4 #Southern Univ. 6 Baylor 6 Baylor 1 !Wichita St. 2 !Creighton 9 !SW Missouri ST. 1 !Oklahoma 0 Oklahoma State 1 Oklahoma State 1 $Kansas 3 $Kansas 4 $Colorado State 0 $Colorado State 0 $Arizona 0 $Arizona 3 Centenary 1 Centenary 4 *Northwestern State 3 *Northwestern State 5 Butler 4 Butler 0 *Southwest Texas State 3 *Texas-San Antonio 2 *Texas-San Antonio 1 *Texas-San Antonio 2 *Nicholls State 1 *Nicholls State 1 *Nicholls State 7 *Texas-Arlington

57

Opp

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

1 *Texas-Arlington 5 4 *Texas-Arlington 5 (8) 1 *Stephen F. Austin 3 2 *Stephen F. Austin 9 1 *Stephen F. Austin 11 3 *Sam Houston State 4 8 *Sam Houston State 1 3 *Sam Houston State 2 5 USL 14 3 USL 12 8 *Northeast La. 7 0 *Northeast La. 7 0 *Northeast La. 2 0 *Southeastern La. 5 1 *Southeastern La. 0 (8) 1 *Southeastern La. 6 #-LSU Tiger Classic; !-Oklahoma Classic; $-Arizona Classic; *-SLC Game

1999: 26-34; 14-11 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

Opp

0 !LSU 7 0 !Northwestern State 3 4 !Univ. of Mobile 3 1 !LSU 4 5 !Univ. of Mobile 0 2 *Northwestern State 3 1 *Northwestern State 10 1 #Arkansas 2 18 #Pittsburg State 0 2 #Arkansas 7 4 #Pittsburg State 3 3 $Evansville 4 (10) 0 $Alabama 2 1 $North Carolina 8 14 $Pittsburgh 1 0 $Southern Miss 13 5 USL 9 3 USL 9 1 Centenary 2 4 Centenary 2 4 *Texas-San Antonio 6 9 *Texas-San Antonio 10 3 *Texas-San Antonio 5 0 *Northeast La. 1 7 *Northeast La. 3 2 *Northeast La. 6 6 *Southwest Texas State 2 9 *Southwest Texas State 3 4 *Southwest Texas State 3 3 *Nicholls State 0 1 *Nicholls State 0 (9) 3 *Nicholls State 7 3 LSU 4 1 LSU 6 5 *SE Louisiana 12 4 *SE Louisiana 2 7 *Texas-Arlington 3 9 *Texas-Arlington 3 3 *Texas-Arlington 1 (8) 5 *Stephen F. Austin 10 10 *Stephen F. Austin 5 0 *Stephen F. Austin 1 2 &Cal-State Fullerton 9 0 &USL 10 0 &USL 4 (11) 3 &Cal-State Fullerton 6 2 %La. Tech 4 (10) 1 %Aouthern Miss 13 5 %Jacksonville State 3 0 %Southern Miss 1 5 %La. Tech 0 14 *Sam Houston State 0 8 *Sam Houston State 5 3 *Sam Houston State 1 2 **Texas-San Antonio 1 7 **Northeast La. 2 1 **Southwest Texas State 2 8 **Northwestern State 4 (12) 9 **Southwest Texas State 0 3 **Southwest Texas State 4 !-LSU Tiger Classic; #-Hampton Inn Invite; $-Alabama “Bama Bash”; &-USL Lady Cajun Inv.; %-Southern Miss Spring Classic; *-SLC Game;**- SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

2000: 27-33; 16-11 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

Opp

3 !Ohio State 5 0 !LSU 3 4 !Nicholls State 6 0 !LSU 5 3 !Nicholls State 4 1 #Samford 7 7 #Samford 2 3 #Florida 13 2 #Florida 8 7 #Northwestern Univ. 5 7 #Northwestern Univ. 5 1 Centenary 0 5 Centenary 2 2 %New Mexico 7 2 %Texas Tech 4 2 %Illinois-Chicago 9 2 %Penn State 4 0 %Texas Tech 10 5 *Louisiana-Monroe 3 6 *Louisiana-Monroe 7 2 *Louisiana-Monroe 12 2 Troy State 1 (8) 3 Troy State 4 (8) 11 *SE Louusiana 6 7 *SE Louisiana 4 5 *SE Louisiana 3 (10) 2 Eastern Illinois 11 1 Eastern Illinois 6 10 @Centenary 5 10 @Univ. of Mobile 3 5 @Centenary 1 2 UL-Lafayette 6 0 UL-Lafayette 8 7 *Stephen F. Austin 4 9 *Stephen F. Austin 8 2 *Stephen F. Austin 1 9 *Sam Houston St. 0 18 *Sam Houston St. 3 5 *Sam Houston St. 2 2 *Nicholls State 1 7 *Nicholls State 5 4 *Nicholls State 2 1 *Southwest Texas State 0 (11) 2 *Southwest Texas State 6 1 *Southwest Texas State 2 0 *Texas- San Antonio 10 6 *Texas-San Antonio 7 7 *Texas-San Antonio 10 0 *Northwestern State 6 1 *Northwestern State 2 2 *Northwestern State 3 (8) 7 UL-Lafayette 11 (9) 0 UL-Lafayette 11 4 *Texas-Arlington 3 4 *Texas-Arlington 0 5 *Texas-Arlington 7 1 **Texas-San Antonio 9 4 **Texas-Arlington 1 2 **Southwest Texas State 1 1 **Northwestern State 8 !-LSU Tiger Classic;#-Univ. of Florida Classic; %- New Mexico Troy Cox Classic; @-McNeese State Cowgirl Classic; *- SLC Game;**-SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

Cowgirls


SEASON RESULTS 2001: 21-32; 13-13 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

4 Centenary 7 Centenary 1 LSU 0 LSU 4 !Dayton 2 !UL-Lafayette 6 !Mobile 6 !Dayton 2 UL-Lafayette 3 $Southern Utah 0 $Florida 3 $Drake University 1 $Arizona 4 $Connecticut 4 *Nicholls State 3 *Nicholls State 3 *Nicholls State 1 UL-Lafayette 5 UL-Lafayette 1 *Texas-San Antonio 2 *Texas-San Antonio 1 *Texas-San Antonio 1 *Texas-Arlington 0 *Texas-Arlington 2 *Southwest Texas State 0 *Southwest Texas State 0 *Southwest Texas State 2 %San Diego State 0 %Eastern Illinois 0 %University of San Diego 0 %Hawaii 0 %Wright State 2 *Stephen F. Austin 2 *Stephen F. Austin 7 *Stephen F. Austin 5 Centenary 2 Centenary 3 Southern Miss 1 Southern Miss 3 *SE Louisiana 4 *SE Louisiana 6 *SE Louisiana 0 *NW State 3 *NW State 1 *NW State 2 *Louisiana-Monroe 2 *Louisiana-Monroe 0 *Louisiana-Monroe 8 *Sam Houston St. 2 *Sam Houston St. 5 *Sam Houston St. 0 **SW Texas St. 2 **NW State !-Cowgirl Classic;$-Arizona Classic; %- Hawaii Invitational; **- Southland Conference Game

2002: 23-28; 17-10 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

Opp

1 0 3 4 0 4 0 3 (8) 3 4 4 0 13 (5) 7 3 (8) 0 0 2 7 4 5 6 0 1 6 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 (8) 0 0 4 3 8 3 4 (9) 2 8 2 2 7 5 0 5 0 0 1 7 3

Opp

7 Centenary 1 3 Centenary 1 3 !Oregon State 4 1 !Cal. Sate-Northridge 9 4 !Univ. of San Diego 2 1 !Ohio State 5 1 Southern Miss 2 1 Southern Miss 3 2 #Sam Houston State 1 2 #Univ. of Houston 4 0 #Baylor 2 0 #Ohio State 7 6 #Sam Houston State 3 1 #Baylor 3 2 Univ. of Houston 0 1 Univ. of Houston 2 4 *UL-Monroe 3 7 *UL-Monroe 0 3 *UL-Monroe 2 1 %Georgia Tech (9) 2 1 %Univ. of Alabama-Birmingham 8 6 *Stephen F. Austin 3 4 *Stephen F. Austin 6 1 *Stephen F. Austin 0 1 *Northwestern State 4 7 *Northwestern State 3 (10) 0 *Northwestern State 8 2 UL-Lafayette 5 4 UL-Lafayette 9 4 *Texas-Arlington 3 7 *Texas-Arlington 2 3 *Texas-Arlington 1 2 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (12) 3 2 Texas A&M Corpus Christi 4 0 *UT-San Antonio 2 0 *UT-San Antonio 3 0 *UT-San Antonio 4 0 *Southwest Texas State 1 2 *Southwest Texas State 3 1 *Southwest Texas State 9 1 *Southeastern La. 2 4 *Southeastern La. 3 7 *Southeastern La. 2 9 *Sam Houston State 7 3 *Sam Houston State 2 5 *Sam Houston State 0 7 *Nicholls State 0 7 *Nicholls State 2 4 *Nicholls State (11) 3 0 **Texas-San Antonio 7 0 **Southwest Texas State 5 !-Cal. State Northridge Tournament; #-Houston Invitational; %-LSU Classic; *-Southland Conference Game; **- Southland Conference Conference Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

2003: 24-27-1; 15-11-1 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

1 @BYU 2 @Texas A&M 0 @Texas A&M 1 @BYU 3 *Texas-Arlington 0 *Texas-Arlington 3 *Texas-Arlington 2 !NW State 0 !UL-Lafayette 1 !NW State 1 !Notre Dame 0 !UL-Lafayette 7 *Nicholls State 3 *Nicholls State 1 *Nicholls State 6 #Delaware State 9 #Morris Brown 1 #Georgia Southern 6 #Delaware State 9 #Georgia Southern 0 Southern Miss 1 Southern Miss 2 *Texas State 0 *Texas State 4 *Texas State 5 Centenary 9 Centenary 0 Centenary 3 Centenary

McNeese

Opp

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

2 *Stephen F. Austin 0 2 *Stephen F. Austin 0 4 *Stephen F. Austin 5 3 *Texas-San Antonio 6 19 *Texas-San Antonio 8 12 *Texas-San Antonio 13 3 *Northwestern State 2 3 *Northwestern State 1 4 *Northwestern State 1 5 *Southeastern La. 3 3 *Southeastern La. 1 2 *Southeastern La. 1 2 *Louisiana-Monroe 4 0 *Louisiana-Monroe 3 1 *Louisiana-Monroe 0 2 *Sam Houston State 3 2 *Sam Houston State 1 5 *Sam Houston State 3 0 Louisiana-Lafayette 4 2 Louisiana-Lafayette 3 4 **Northwestern State 1 2 **Nicholls State 6 5 **Sam Houston State 7 @-Texas A&M Tournament; !-UL-Lafayette Tournament; #-Georgia Southern Tournament; *-Southland Conference Game; **- Southland Conference Conference Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

2004: 19-41; 8-17 SLC Coach: Scott Eastman

McN Opponent

Opp

0 @Central Florida 11 2 @Stetson 3 1 @Bethune-Cookman 2 (8) 1 @Jacksonville 4 6 @Boston College 5 (8) 0 !Louisiana-Lafayette 8 (5) 7 !Louisiana Tech 3 0 !Northwestern State 3 1 Louisiana Tech 2 2 ^Nicholls State 1 0 ^Syracuse University 2 2 ^Ole Miss 1 2 ^Syracuse 3 (9) 1 *Texas-Arlington 3 0 *Texas-Arlington 4 0 $Louisiana-Lafayette 7 10 $Texas Southern 0 (5) 1 $Univ. of Nevada 3 17 $Texas Southern 3 (5) 1 $Univ. of Nevada 0 1 $Louisiana-Lafayette 0 0 Southern Miss 4 3 Southern Miss 0 7 *Sam Houston State 0 1 *Sam Houston State 2 1 *Sam Houston State 2 (11) 0 Texas A&M 11 1 Texas A&M 0 4 Centenary 8 1 Centenary 4 5 Oklahoma 4 2 Oklahoma 6 2 New Mexico 5 2 New Mexico 4 0 Baylor 8 0 Baylor 7 2 *Texas State 4 2 *Texas State 4 (8) 0 *Texas State 8 (5) 0 *Nicholls State 3 1 *Nicholls State 0 2 *Nicholls State 0 3 *Northwestern State 4 0 *Northwestern State 2 2 *Northwestern State 3 3 *Stephen F. Austin 0 0 *Stephen F. Austin 4 0 *Stephen F. Austin 1 2 *Louisiana-Monroe 1 2 *Louisiana-Monroe 4 6 *Louisiana-Monroe 3 4 *Southeastern La. 3 4 *Southeastern La. 3 1 *Southeastern La. 4 1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4 0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 4 0 *Texas-San Antonio 3 1 *Texas-San Antonio 2 (9) 0 Univ. of Houston 4 (8) 3 Univ. of Houston 5 @-Triple Crown Classic (St. Augustine, FL.); !-UL-Lafayette Classic; ^-Nicholls State Mardi Gras Mambo; $- Cowgirl Classic; *-Southland Conference Game

2005: 34-35; 12-15 SLC SLC Tournament Champs NCAA Tournament Coach: Chris Malveaux

McN Opponent

19 1Prairie View A&M 2 1Northwestern State 4 1Sam Houston State 1 1Northwestern State 5 1Ole Miss 1 Baylor 4 Baylor 0 2Louisiana-Lafayette 0 2Mississippi State 0 2Louisiana-Lafayette 8 Jackson State 9 Jackson State 12 Alcorn State 7 Alcorn State 1 LSU 2 *Texas-Arlington 0 *Texas-Arlington 0 *Texas-Arlington 1 3Univ. of Utah 3 3Miami (Ohio) 9 3Miami (Ohio) 1 3Univ. of Utah 0 3Texas A&M 0 Louisiana-Lafayette 0 Louisiana-Lafayette 1 *Texas-San Antonio 7 *Texas-San Antonio 1 *Texas-San Antonio 5 *Louisiana-Monroe 5 *Louisiana-Monroe 2 *Louisiana-Monroe 3 *Texas State 1 *Texas State 7 *Texas State 1 Louisiana Tech 7 Louisiana Tech 7 *Stephen F. Austin 6 *Stephen F. Austin 14 *Stephen F. Austin 5 4Utah Valley State College 13 4Univ. of Pacific 7 4Nevada 5 4Utah Valley State College 8 4Univ. of Pacific 9 *Northwestern State 4 *Northwestern State 4 *Northwestern State

Opp

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

6 Texas Southern 2 Texas Southern 0 *Sam Houston State 0 *Sam Houston State 2 *Sam Houston State 3 Southern Miss 4 Southern Miss 3 *Nicholls State 1 *Nicholls State 7 *Nicholls State 2 *Southeastern La. 4 *Southeastern La. 1 *Southeastern La. 0 ^Texas-San Antonio 8 ^Texas-Arlington 8 ^Texas State 4 ^Texas-San Antonio 5 ^Sam Houston State 2 ^Sam Houston State 3 %Texas A&M 5 %Centenary 1 %Penn State

1 1 1 (8) 1 8 4 11 1 6 0 0 3 0 5 3 1 3 1 0 6 2 2

1-2nd Annual Louisiana’s Mardi Gras Classic (Lafayette, LA.); 2-UL-Lafayette Invitational; 3-Texas A&M Aggie Invite; 4-Nevada Tournament; *-Southland Conference Game; ^-Southland Conference Tournament (Hammond, LA.); %-NCAA Regional Tournament (College Station, TX.)

2006: 21-30; 13-13 SLC Coach: Chris Malveaux

McN Opponent

4 at Houston 0 at Houston 6 !Tenn.-Chattanooga 2 !#16 Louisiana-Lafayette 6 !Southern Miss 1 !Tenn.-Chattanooga 2 !Southern Miss 0 !#16 Louisiana-Lafayette 4 %Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 8 %Southern 5 %Southern 0 at Southern Miss 0 at Southern Miss 3 Southern 5 Southern 4 *at Texas-Arlington 6 *at Texas-Arlington 1 *at Texas-Arlington 12 at Prairie View 16 at Prairie View 1 #12 LSU 2 *Texas-San Antonio 2 *Texas-San Antonio 0 *Texas-San Antonio 0 *at Texas State 1 *at Texas State 6 *at Texas State 1 at #13 Louisiana-Lafayette 0 at #13 Louisiana-Lafayette 0 *Stephen F. Austin 3 *Stephen F. Austin 1 *Stephen F. Austin 1 *Louisiana-Monroe 8 *Louisiana-Monroe 2 *Louisiana-Monroe 8 *at Southeastern La. 15 *at Southeastern La. 4 *at Southeastern La. 0 at #11 LSU 6 *at Northwestern State 1 *at Northwestern State 0 *at Northwestern State 2 at #13 Louisiana-Lafayette 1 at #13 Louisiana-Lafayette 2 *Sam Houston State 3 *Sam Houston State 1 *Sam Houston State 6 *Nicholls State 3 *Nicholls State 1 ^Texas-Arlington 0 ^Texas San-Antonio

Opp

5 (9) 4 4 5 8 4 11 (5) 17 (5) 0 (8) 2 3 4 10 (5) 1 1 5 (11) 7 3 4 7 3 (9) 1 0 8 (5) 3 9 (6) 9 5 1 5 4 (9) 5 (8) 0 0 1 6 0 (5) 0 1 5 5 5 12 (5) 6 1 2 0 2 4 2 3

!-Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajun Classic; %-McNeese State Cowgirl Classic *-Southland Conference Game; ^-Southland Conference Tournament (Natchitoches, LA.)

2007: 30-32; 16-11 SLC Coach: Chris Malveaux

McN Opponent

5 !Wichita State 0 !at #19Louisiana- Lafayette 9 !Wichita State 0 !#14Georgia 0 !#14Georgia 3 !at #19 Louisiana-Lafayette 6 Texas Southern 8 Texas Southern 0 #Louisiana Tech 4 #Mississippi Valley State 0 #Louisiana-Monroe 8 #Louisiana Tech 1 #Louisiana-Monroe 1 at #14 Louisiana-Lafayette 0 $New Mexico State 0 $Houston 2 $Iowa State 2 $Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 7 $Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2 *at Northwestern State 6 *at Northwestern State 1 *at Northwestern State 2 %Syracuse 4 %Illinois 12 %Illinois 2 % #4Texas A&M 3 % #4Texas A&M 1 at #9LSU 4 *Sam Houston State 5 *Sam Houston State 2 *Sam Houston State 5 Birmingham Southern 1 Southern Miss 2 Southern Miss 0 *at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2 *at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 3 *at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0 #6 LSU 6 #15 Louisiana-Lafayette 4 Southern 3 *at Southeastern La. 13 *at Southeastern La. 4 *at Southeastern La. 2 at Louisiana Tech 3 at Louisiana Tech 7 *Central Arkansas 1 *Central Arkansas 6 *Central Arkansas 3 *at Stephen F. Austin 3 *at Stephen F. Austin 3 *at Stephen F. Austin 4 *Nicholls State 3 *Nicholls State 0 *Nicholls State 5 *at Texas State 8 *at Texas State 0 *at Texas State 2 *Texas-San Antonio 3 *Texas-San Antonio

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Opp

10 8 8 (5) 9 (5) 8 (6) 4 3 0 (5) 4 3 5 3 4 7 8 3 6 5 3 3 5 0 9 8 6 19 (5) 11 (6) 7 5 2 10 (6) 4 0 1 1 (10) 0 5 6 5 (10) 0 4 3 (5) 1 (8) 0 2 0 2 1 0 8 2 0 2 3 4 1 12 (5) 15 2

10 0 4

*Texas-San Antonio ^Sam Houston State ^Nicholls State

4 3 5

!-Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajun Classic; #- ULMonroe Mardi Gras Classic; $-Marriott Houston Hobby Invitational;%-Texas A&M Invitationa*-Southland Conference Game; ^-Southland Conference Tournament (Huntsville, TX.)

2008: 23-36; 15-14 SLC Coach: Chris Malveaux

McN Opponent

1 at Houston 0 at Houston 1 at Prairie View 14 at Prairie View 1 at #2 Alabama 6 at Auburn 7 !Marshall 2 !Evansville 2 !Furman 3 !Garner-Webb 0 #16 UL-Lafayette 1 &Houston Baptist 8 &Southern 10 &Texas Southern 9 &Southern 2 &Houston Baptist 7 &Texas Southern 15 *Northwestern State 6 *Northwestern State 5 *Northwestern State 3 *at Texas-San Antonio 0 *at Texas-San Antonio 1 *at Texas-San Antonio 2 at Southern Miss 2 at Southern Miss 4 %Drake 1 %#9 Oklahoma 1 %Drake 0 %#9 Oklahoma 2 *Stephen F. Austin 1 *Stephen F. Austin 6 *Stephen F. Austin 4 at Southern 3 at Southern 3 *at Sam Houston State 3 *at Sam Houston State 4 *at Sam Houston State 6 *Texas A&M-CC 6 *Texas A&M-CC 7 *Texas A&M-CC 1 *at Texas-Arlington 0 *at Texas-Arlington 2 *at Texas-Arlington 0 at UL-Lafayette 0 *Southeastern La. 9 *Southeastern La. 3 *Southeastern La. 0 Louisiana Tech 1 Louisiana Tech 5 *at Central Arkansas 8 *at Central Arkansas 3 *at Central Arkansas 3 *at Nicholls State 4 *at Nicholls State 0 *Texas State 7 *Texas State 1 *Texas State 5 #Southeastern La. 0 #Stephen F. Austin

Opp

9 (5) 8 (6) 5 7 21 (5) 7 8 10 (6) 1 4 12 (5) 4 2 1 (6) 10 4 4 0 (5) 16 0 7 12 (5) 15 (5) 4 10 (5) 8 9 (5) 6 9 (5) 1 8 9 1 (8) 2 2 1 5 5 (9) 5 6 10 (5) 10 (6) 4 7 1 1 (6) 1 2 9 1 8 2 (8) 1 2 2 6 4 4 8

!-Auburn Tiger Inv.; &-McNeese St. Cowgirl Classic; %Oklahoma Worth Inv.; *-Southland Conference Game; #-Southland Conference Tournament (San Marcos, TX.)

2009: 31-28; 20-10 SLC Coach: Natalie Poole

McN Opponent

4 at #2 Arizona 2 !#9 Stanford 0 !Portland State 2 !Oklahoma 2 !UC Santa Barbara 0 at #21 LSU 1 ^Lipscomb 3 ^La. Tech 1 ^Providence 0 ^#19 UL-Lafayette 6 at La. Tech 1 at La. Tech 1 #Illinois 6 #at #18 Houston 10 #Prairie View 0 #vs.#19 Texas A&M 2 #Northern Illinois 8 *at NW State 6 *at NW State 6 *at NW State 2 *at Texas State 4 *at Texas State 5 *at Texas State 2 Southern Miss 5 *UTSA 4 *UTSA 6 *UTSA 5 Southern 0 *at Stephen F. Austin 0 *at Stephen F. Austin 0 *at Stephen F. Austin 6 Southern 2 *Sam Houston State 3 *Sam Houston State 6 *Sam Houston State 0 UL-Lafayette 10 Prairie View 4 Prairie View 2 *at Texas A&M-CC 1 *at Texas A&M-CC 0 *at Texas A&M-CC 0 at #19 UL-Lafayette 3 *Texas-Arlington 0 *Texas-Arlington 0 *Texas-Arlington 7 *at Southeastern La. 2 *at Southeastern La. 10 *at Southeastern La. 4 #19 LSU 1 *at Central Arkansas 2 *at Central Arkansas 5 *at Central Arkansas 2 *Nicholls State 3 *Nicholls State 4 *Nicholls State 4 **UTSA 0 **Texas State 3 **Sam Houston State 1 **Texas State

Opp

5 (8) 15 (5) 10 (5) 9 9 6 4 0 9 (5) 11 5 4 4 8 2 (5) 3 1 0 (5) 2 0 4 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 5 9 (5) 8 (6) 1 0 0 5 10 (6) 1 (6) 2 0 9 (5) 2 8 (6) 2 3 2 4 3 (10) 2 (6) 3 2 0 3 1 2 (9) 1 (5) 3 1 2 2

!-Kajikawa Arizona State Tourn..; ^-UL-Lafayette Classic; #-Marriott Houston Classic*-Southland Conference Game; **-Southland Conference Tournament (Lake Charles)

Cowgirls


SEASON RESULTS 2010: 38-27; 17-13 SLC Coach: Natalie Poole

McN Opponent

2 !Hawaii 1 !Texas A&M-CC 0 !#10 Stanford 2 !Hawaii 2 !Texas A&M-CC 3 at Houston Baptist 5 at Houston Baptist 8 $Indiana State 6 $Southeast Missouri 7 $IPFW 1 $Appalachian State 1 $at Memphis 2 at UL-Monroe 11 &Louisiana Tech 9 &University of Buffalo 7 &Louisiana Tech 2 &Louisiana Tech 7 *NW State 9 *NW State 4 *NW State 1 *at Nicholls 4 *at Nicholls 4 *at Nicholls 1 at #22 UL-Lafayette 3 at #22 UL-Lafayette 3 *Texas State 1 *Texas State 2 *Texas State 7 South Alabama 3 *at UTSA 6 *at UTSA 3 *at UTSA 8 Southern 4 Southern 4 *Stephen F. Austin 0 *Stephen F. Austin 1 *Stephen F. Austin 2 #12 LSU 7 *at Sam Houston State 7 *at Sam Houston State 6 *at Sam Houston State 8 at Southern 3 at Southern 1 UL-Lafayette 5 *Texas A&M-CC 2 *Texas A&M-CC 1 *Texas A&M-CC 3 at #16 LSU 4 *at UT-Arlington 6 *at UT-Arlington 2 *at UT-Arlington 6 Houston Baptist 3 Houston Baptist 9 *Southeastern La. 11 *Southeastern La. 8 *Southeastern La. 0 *at Central Arkansas 5 *at Central Arkansas 3 *at Central Arkansas 6 %Texas A&m-CC 4 %Stephen F. Austin 1 %Texas State 3 %Texas State 0 ^#17 LSU 0 ^#20 Texas A&m

Opp

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

!-Oceanic/Time Warner Cable Paradise Classic (Hawaii); $- Memphis Blues City Classic; &- McNeese Cowgirl Classic; *-Southland Conference Game; %-SLC Tournament (San Marcos, TX.); ^-NCAA Regional Tournament (Baton Rouge)

2011: 31-29; 18-12 SLC Coach: Natalie Poole

McN Opponent

2 !UTSA 2 !Baylor 2 !#24 Illinois 4 !UTSA 5 $Auburn 8 $Western Illinois 1 $Campbell 3 $Southern Miss 1 #20 LSU 4 &Jackson State 6 &Houston Baptist 17 &Grambling 0 &#15 UL-Lafayette 12 at Southern 1 *NW State 2 *NW State 1 *NW State 2 *Central Arkansas 5 *Central Arkansas 2 *Central Arkansas 9 *Nicholls 9 *Nicholls 7 *Nicholls 4 #17 UL-Lafayette 0 *at Texas State 2 *at Texas State 7 *at Texas State 1 at Louisiana Tech 5 *UTSA 8 *UTSA 0 *UTSA 13 Prairie View 14 Prairie View 5 *at Stephen F. Austin 8 *at Stephen F. Austin 9 *at Stephen F. Austin 13 at Southern 6 at Southern 0 *Sam Houston State 5 *Sam Houston State 5 *Sam Houston State 2 #21 LSU 5 *at Texas A&M-CC 1 *at Texas A&M-CC 1 *at Texas A&M-CC 9 at Houston Baptist 0 at Houston Baptist 2 UL-Monroe 2 *UT-Arlington 1 *UT-Arlington 3 *UT-Arlington 5 *at Southeastern La. 9 *at Southeastern La. 11 *at Southeastern La. 7 %UTSA 1 %Texas A&M-CC 1 %Texas State 6 %Texas A&M-CC

2012: 34-21; 12-8 SLC Coach: Mike Smith

McN Opponent

1 !#8 Arizona 3 !Oregon State 3 !#1 Arizona State 2 !Syracuse 1 !Portland 4 !Idaho State 2 !Bradley 2 %UL-Monroe 6 %#17 Houston 2 %UL-Monroe 5 %#17 Houston 4 Houston Baptist 3 Houston Baptist 0 $LSU 8 $Alcorn State 0 $South Alabama 11 $Alcorn State 2 +Delaware St. 2 +St. Bonaventure 8 &Mount St. Mary’s 0 &North Florida 3 &St. Bonaventure 0 at #10 UL-Lafayette 9 *UTSA 7 *UTSA 7 *at NW State 2 *at NW State 8 Southern 0 #23LSU 8 *at Southeastern La. 0 *at Southeastern La. 4 *UT-Arlington 3 *UT-Arlington 12 at Southern 5 *Sam Houston State 9 *Sam Houston State 8 *at Stephen F. Austin 1 *at Stephen F. Austin 1 *at #23LSU 7 *at Texas State 0 *at Texas State 8 *Nicholls 2 *Nicholls 3 *at Texas A&M-CC 1 *at Texas A&M-CC 3 at Louisinaa Tech 5 at Louisiana Tech 12 Alcorn State 8 Alcorn State 4 *Central Arkansas 1 *Central Arkansas 11 **Texas A&M-CC 6 **Sam Houston State 2 **Texas State 2 **Sam Houston State

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

8 2 (8) 1 11 (6) 4 2 1 6 5 0 4 0 2 (8) 2 0 (5) 3 0 (5) 0 0 0 (5) 1 0 6 5 0 3 1 0 (5) 4 2 4 0 2 (5) 6 (8) 3 9 4 2 8 4 0 (5) 3 2 0 4 4 1 (5) 0 (5) 0 3 (8) 3 (6) 1 5 3 (9)

Head coach Mike Smith picked up his 700th career win with a 6-5 win at Houston Baptist on April 13, 2013.

!-Kajikawa Classic (Tempe, AZ.); %- Houston Hilton Inv. (Houston, TX.); +-played in Jacksonville, FL..; &- Osprey Inv. (Jacksonville, FL.); *-Southland Conference Game; **-SLC Tournament (Huntsville, TX.)

2013: 38-15; 19-9 SLC Coach: Mike Smith SLC Champs

McN Opponent

Opp

Opp

3 !San Diego 0 !San Diego 4 !CSU Bakersfield 4 !#9 UCLA 2 !Wright State 0 at Cal State Fullerton 5 at Cal State Fullerton 7 $Southern 0 $Louisiana Tech 9 $Alcorn State 13 $Alcorn State 9 $Southern 1 #12 UL-Lafayette 5 @Drake 8 @Ole Miss 7 @Tennessee-Martin 6 @Middle Tennessee 7 @Mississippi Valley State 12 ^Northern Colorado 2 ^Texas Tech 1 ^Texas Tech 9 ^Northern Colorado 8 ^Jackson State 1 *NW State 5 *NW State 9 Bucknell 8 Bucknell 4 *Texas A&M-CC 5 *Texas A&M-CC 4 *Texas A&M-CC 1 UL-Monroe 5 *Southeastern La. 3 *Southeastern La. 4 *Southeastern La. 3 *at Central Arkansas 8 *at Central Arkansas 5 *Stephen F. Austin 4 *Stephen F. Austin 0 *Stephen F. Austin 6 *Houston Baptist 2 *Houston Baptist 5 *Houston Baptist 1 at #11 LSU 6 *Lamar 4 *Lamar 5 *Lamar 10 *at Sam Houston State 3 *at Sam Houston State 3 *at Sam Houston State 2 *at Nicholls 5 *at Nicholls 0 **Central Arkansas 1 **Southeastern La.

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

!-Stacey Winsberg Invitational (Los Angeles, CA.); $- McNeese Cowgirl Classic; @-Ole Miss Red & Blue Classic (Oxford, MS.); Texas Tech Invitational (Lubbock, TX.); *-Southland Conference Game; **-SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, LA.)

Cowgirls celebrate the biggest win in program history after defeating Arizona State 3-1 in 2012. Arizona State was the 2011 National Champs and the 2012 preseason No. 1 favorite

!-Baylor Gettermen Classic (Waco, TX.); $- Auburn Tiger Classic (Aubrun, AL; &- McNeese Cowgirl Classic; *-Southland Conference Game; %-SLC Tournament (Huntsville, TX.)

McNeese

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Amy Hebert....................................1987,88 A Courtney Hebert.............................2011,12 Katherine Achee’............................2003 Kathleen Hebert.............................2004 Christina Allen...............................2006,07 Lindsi Allen....................................2004,05 Jamie Allred...................................2013 Alicia Ammon................................1980 Shelly Anderson.............................1985,86 Susan Anding.................................1986,87 Jeni Ardoin.....................................1990,91

B

Andrea Bailey................................1992,93,94,95 Tifanny Barrasso............................1998,99 Megan Beard..................................2007,08 Claudia Becho................................1996 Becky Bergeaux.............................1979 Donna Bertrand..............................1979,80 Karen Bielak..................................1992,93 Victoria Billeaud............................1993 Colleen Bobbett.............................1980,81,82,83 Crystal Bolyard..............................2000 Meagan Bond.................................2010,11,12,13 Darnelle Bordelon..........................1984,85,86,87 Melissa Bostick..............................1990,91,92,93 Oakley Boudreaux.........................1994,95,96 Hollie Boullion..............................1998 Jessica Bowden..............................2013 Cheramie Boynes...........................1985,86,87,88 Cori Bram.......................................2007 Beverly Brister...............................1998 Brooke Brodhead...........................2005,06,07 Deanna Broughton.........................1991,92,93 Derby Buchanan.............................1998 Brandy Burns.................................1992,93,94 Tammy Doucet...............................1979

C

Brittany Calbert..............................2013 Bonnie Cappo.................................1995,96 Megan Carrier................................2002 Crystal Celetstine...........................1999,00,’01 Brittany Chandler...........................2004 Laura Chapman..............................1992,93 Kerri Chiasson...............................1993,94,95 Heather Chisolm............................1988 Jenny Clay......................................2005,06,07,08 Stacey Conley................................2011,12,13 Rachel Conner................................1981 Deanna Cooper...............................1984,85,86 Alex Corbello.................................2010 Whitney Corbello...........................2008,09,10 Shayla Cormier..............................2004,05,06,07 Christina Curran.............................1994,95

D

Anna Dannenhauer.........................1990,91,92,93 Kim Darbonne................................1996,97 Lindsay Davis................................2005,06 Jessica Denham..............................2003,04,05,06 Stephenie Denham.........................2001,02,03 Tiffany Denham.............................2009,10,11,12 Carmen Dennison...........................1992 Alanna DiVittorio...........................2011,12,13 Tammy Doucet...............................1979 Lindsay Doughty............................2003 Becky Dowers................................2000 Sheri Doyle....................................1985 Elisha Drewry................................1996,97 Candace Duhon..............................2008,09 Deanna Dunn.................................1984 Olga Dupuis...................................1980,81,82,83

E Nicole Edlund................................2002,03,04,05 Tonya Edlund.................................2004,05 Sarah Everingham..........................1994,95,97,98

F

Stephanie Faucheaux.....................1997,98,99,00 Lindsay Faulk.................................2005 Ashley Fontenot.............................2003 Heidi Fontenot...............................1987,88,89 Lakeyn Fontenot............................2013 Rikki Fontenot...............................2002, 03 Alison Foster..................................1993,94,95,96 Melissa Foster................................2001 April Fryer.....................................2009 Jennifer Fuller................................1989

G

Joy Gambino..................................1985,86,87,88 Carmen Gardovsky........................1986,87 Laurie Gentry.................................1982 Aubrey Goldschmitt.......................1999 LeAnne Goodchild.........................1998,99,00 Kerri Goodeau................................1988 Taylor Goree..................................2013 Brianna Granger.............................2010,11 Megan Griffith...............................2012 Laura Grifka...................................1980,81,82,83 Cheryl Guidry................................1982,83,84 Jayne Guidry..................................1987,88 Molly Guidry.................................2008,09,10,11 Tammy Guidry...............................1981,82,83,84 Alonda Guilbeaux..........................1980,81,82,83 Caitlyn Gunn..................................2012

H

Corrie Hale.....................................2001,02,03,04 Lynda Hale.....................................1982,83,85 Kristi Hanan...................................2006 Margaret Haydel............................1984,85,86,87

McNeese

Erin Herford...................................1979 Brittany Hnat..................................2005 Rachel Hodlik................................2006,07 Nancy Holmes................................1984,85 Sarah Holt......................................2003,04 Paris Hood......................................1999 Robin Hosey..................................1982 Heather Hummel............................2013

I

Ashleigh Ivey.................................2001

J

Ginny Jeans....................................1979 Betsy Jernigan................................1986 Kelsey Jolly....................................2012,13 Chelsea Jones.................................2007,08 Jana Jones.......................................2004,05,06,07 Beth Jordan....................................2002,03,04,05

K

Kim Kennedey...............................2011,12,13 Leigh King.....................................1988,89,90 Rachel King...................................2007,08,09 Megan Knippa................................2011,12,13 Marissa Koetting............................2010,11,12,13 Kourtney Kober.............................2010,11 Dawn Korbak.................................1987,88,89,90

L

Lauren Langner..............................2012,2013 Lindsey Langner............................2008,09,10,11 Cherilyn Lantrip.............................1979,80,81,82 Michelle LaVoie.............................2006,07,08,09 Holly Lawrence..............................2010,11 Chris Lee........................................1988,89,90,91 Amy LeDoux.................................1997 Kelly Lees......................................1997,98,99 Germaine Leger.............................1983 Tammy Leger.................................1986,87 Courtney (Parks) Lemke................2003,05,06,07 Sissy Lemons.................................1999 Lauren Lewis.................................2010 Bianca Lilly....................................2012,2013 Kelly Lindley.................................2009,10 Mallory Livingston........................2013 Holly Long.....................................2008,09

M

Jaime Manuel.................................1999,00,01,02 Marcy Mayeaux.............................1983,84 Pam Mayet.....................................1981,82,83,84 Terri McCauley..............................1979 Racheal McCrary...........................1994,95,96 Kelsey McClain.............................2010,11 Teresa McMillan............................1982,83,84,85 Kelly Meche...................................1997,98,99,00 Tara Megilligan..............................1992 Holly Merrill..................................2001,02 Amy Mejia.....................................2001 Cheryl Mickel................................1980 Cindy Mickel.................................1986,87,88 Cindy Miller...................................1979 Kortney Miller...............................1997,98 Ashley Modlewski.........................2012, 13 Amy Moore....................................1995,96 Cori Moore.....................................1990,91 Heather Moreaux...........................1999,00,01,02 Brittany Morris...............................2003 Courtney Morris.............................2006 Liz Morvant...................................2007,08,09,10 Heather Mosser..............................2009,10

S

Shellie St. Dizier............................1993,94,95,96 Lauri Saizan...................................1981 Elisa Salazar...................................2002 Mandi Salter...................................2003,04 Laura Savell...................................1993 Jennifer Savoie...............................1997,98,99 Dena Sciba.....................................1991,92,93 Belinda Schamm............................1981 Callie Schiro...................................2006 Taylor Schmidt...............................2013 Cathy Schultz.................................1982 Missy Sepulvado............................1985,86 Christina Sergi...............................1985 Caroline Shannon...........................1988,89,90,91 Kayla Shepherd..............................2010,11 Lisa Shirley....................................1989 Katie Shumaker..............................2008,09,10,11 Shyla Sicks.....................................1994,95 Karen Simpson...............................1982,83,84 Carmen Sittig.................................2005,06,07,08 Candace Smith...............................2002 Dawn Smith...................................1985,86,87 Kristal Smith..................................1983,84,86 Melissa Smith................................2007 Ryan Sohoski.................................2005,06 Brandy Steen..................................2002, 03 Bethany Stefinsky..........................2008,09 Lisa Stelly......................................1985,86 Kathy Sturgeon..............................1996 Ann Stutes......................................1988 Michele Sweeney...........................1990

T

Joni Talbot......................................1984,85,86,87 Claire Terracina..............................2009,10,11,12 Dawn Thibodeaux..........................1983,84 Paula Thibodeaux...........................1980,81 Candice Thomas.............................2007 Kim Trahan....................................1979,80 Katie Trout.....................................1999,00,01,02 Kim Turner.....................................1998

U

Christina Underhill.........................2000

V

Erin Venissat..................................1995 Emily Vincent................................2013

W

Leanne Wallissa.............................2004 Lisa Walters....................................1985 Karissa Wappler.............................2002,03,04 Terri Wiggins.................................1988,89 Debbie Wille..................................1991,92,93,94 Jacqueline Williams.......................1979 Billie Williamson...........................1997,98 Jill Willis........................................1979 Jessica Wilson................................2010,11 Tina Wilson....................................1994,95 April Workman..............................2000 Cory Workman...............................2000

Y

Angela-Harrison Ynfante...............1994,95,96,97 MyKeisha Young...........................2011,12

Z

Leslie Zachary................................1990 Tania Zanet.....................................1999,00

N

Laura Neil......................................2012 Brandi Nickell................................1997,99 Meghan Novak...............................2002,03,04,05 Belinda Null...................................1989

O

Jan O’Friel.....................................1980,81,82,83

P

Shaun Patterson..............................1990,91,92,93 Missy Paul......................................2000,’01 Rachael Phillips.............................2004,05,06,07 Melissa Poole.................................1995,96 Natalie Poole..................................1994,95,96,97 Dani Price.......................................2009,10,11,12 Tanya Prudhomme.........................2001,02,04

R

Marsha Ramsey..............................1990,91,92,93 Victoria Rich..................................2013 Ivy Richardson...............................2000 Keri Riggs......................................1994,95 Beth Rist........................................1982,83,84,84 Tiffany Ritchie...............................2007,08 Lindsay Robinson..........................1997,98 Tara Robinson................................1994,95,96,97 Trish Robinson...............................1979,80 Ann Roubique................................1979,80,81,82 Stephani Rougeau..........................1989,90,91,92 Katie Roux.....................................2011,12,13

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M A K O F A S T P I T C H B AT A F A S T E R B AT T HR OUG H T HE Z ON E W I T H MOR E B A R R E L IN T HE Z ON E


2014 SCHEDULE

DATE

OPPONENT

Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 9

UAB Austin Peay Austin Peay South Alabama Syracuse

11 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 9 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 10 a.m.

Tulsa Texas A&M Tulsa Texas A&M Oregon State Stephen F. Austin Cowgirl Diamond

10 a.m. 5:15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 3 p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. (DH)

Central Florida Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Central Florida Alabama

11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Feb. 7-9

Feb. 14-16 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 19

Feb. 21-23 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23

Mar. 1-2 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 2 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 9 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 24 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 May 3 May 4 May 8-10

SITE TIME

South Alabama Mardi Gras Invitational

Mobile, AL

Texas A&M Aggie Classic

College Station, TX

Alabama Bama Bash

Tuscaloosa, AL

North Texas Best Western/Courtyard Classic

Denton, TX Wichita State North Texas Wichita State North Texas UL-Lafayette Lafayette *Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX *Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX *Houston Baptist Cowgirl Diamond *Houston Baptist Cowgirl Diamond Florida International Cowgirl Diamond Florida International Cowgirl Diamond *Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Corpus Christi, TX *Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Corpus Christi, TX *Northwestern State Natchitoches *Northwestern State Natchitoches Louisiana Tech Ruston *Central Arkansas Cowgirl Diamond *Central Arkansas Cowgirl Diamond LSU Baton Rouge *Incarnate Word San Antonio, TX *Incarnate Word San Antonio, TX *Nicholls Cowgirl Diamond *Nicholls Cowgirl Diamond Southern Cowgirl Diamond *Southeastern La. Hammond *Southeastern La. Hammond *Lamar Cowgirl Diamond *Lamar Cowgirl Diamond Southland Conference Championship Hammond

12 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 6 p.m 1 p.m. (DH) 1 p.m. 5 p.m. (DH) 5 p.m. 5 p.m. (DH) 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (DH) 12 p.m. 2 p.m. (DH) 1 p.m. 5 p.m. (DH) 5 p.m. (DH) 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. (DH) 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. (DH) 12 p.m. 5 p.m. (DH) 1 p.m.

*Southland Conference Gane

NAIL IT DOWN


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