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THE CAMPUS... The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education. Founded in 1949, USD is located on 180 acres overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus is named Alcalá Park and is located just 10 minutes from downtown San Diego. The campus was named after a Spanish village near Madrid - Alcala de Henares. Founded by the Greeks as Complutum, the village was later renamed Al Kala (the Castle) by the Moslems. Christians recaptured the village centuries later and founded a university whose buildings became the inspiration for USD’s architectural style. Joan Kroc Peace & Justice Center Under the leadership of Mother Rosalie Hill of the Society of the Sacred Heart and Bishop Charles Francis Buddy of the Diocese of San Diego, the University of San Diego began as separate colleges for men and women. The first classes met in 1952; the School of Law opened its doors in 1954. By the late 1960’s it became clear that both colleges would benefit from combining academic resources, and in 1972 the University of San Diego became a single coeducational Catholic university.

Now governed by a board of trustees independent from the founding organizations, USD is a Roman Catholic institution that welcomes students, faculty and staff of diverse religions, traditions and remains dedicated to the values originally articulated by Mother Hill and Bishop Buddy. Students choose from more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in academic divisions including the College of Arts and Sciences and the schools of Business Administration, Leadership and Education Sciences, Law and Nursing and Health Science.

One of the fountains in the Pedestrian Mall adjacent to Colachis Plaza

The USD campus is regarded as one of the most architecturally unique institutions in the country, featuring major buildings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Renaissance style. Since 1984, USD has completed numerous major construction and expansion projects. In 2000 the Jenny Craig Pavilion, a 5,100-seat athletic center, opened its doors as home to USD basketball and volleyball. The Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice opened on the west end of campus, and in 2003 the Donald P. Shiley Center for Science and Technology opened. Table of Contents A five-story Spanish Renaissance University of San Diego Profile.................................................1 USD Academics & Student Profile......................................... 2 parking garage (1,100 spaces) was Academic Support & Sports Medicine Profile ................. 3 San Diego, California Profile................................................ 4-5 completed in 1998. A landscaped President’s Profile........................................................................ 6 Athletic Director’s Profile................................................. 7 fountain plaza was finished in USD 2010 Quick Facts.......................................................................... 8 Team Photo and Roster.................................................... 9 the fall of 1995, connecting the USD USD Outlook......................................................................... 10-11 PCSC Page............................................................................. 12-13 entrances of the Immaculata and Torero Honor Page....................................................................14 Profiles.................................................................. 16-19 Hughes Administration Center. In Coaches Player Photo Collage ...............................................................20 Athlete Profiles ................................................................... 22-31 1992, the university completed Year by Year Photos...................................................................32 and Single Season Records............................... 34-35 the 45,000 square foot Loma Career Season Results..................................................................... 36-38 All-Time Roster............................................................................39 Hall, which includes an expanded Key Softball Support Staff............................................... 40-42 Central..................................................................43 bookstore, a larger mail center, Tournament Toreros Linked to the Community................................ 44-45 Military Appreciation........................................................ 46-47 classrooms and laboratories.


THE ACADEMICS... USD enrolls more than 7,800 students who have a choice of more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Admission to USD, which consistently ranks among the top schools in the nation, is highly selective. USD received more than 11,000 applications for approximately 1,100 undergraduate openings in fall of 2009. The class of 2013 entered with a GPA of 3.84 and an average SAT score of 1207. In late 2009, U.S. News & World Report named Lecture Hall in the Joan B. Kroc Ctr. the university one of the top 110 universities in the nation. USD has earned recognition in such publications as the 2006 edition of The Princeton Review annual college guide as being one of the best colleges in the United States.  The Princeton Review recently included USD as one of the nation’s most socially conscious institutions in its book, Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement. USD in 2003, joined the elite company of Phi Beta Kappa, the nations oldest honor society. Nationwide, only about 10 percent of all colleges and universities have Phi Beta Kappa chapters. USD was granted membership to the Mortar Board National Honor Society in 2000.

STUDENT LIFE... Student life at the University of San Diego is coordinated through Associated Students, the student-composed governing body of the university. This group of students creates most of the events on campus including dances, barbecues, and special guest speakers, such as Saturday Night Live comedian Horatio Sanz. Off-campus excursions have also been sponsored by AS, such as trips to see the Harlem Globetrotters perform at the San Diego Sports Arena and bus trips to Disneyland and the Getty Center in Los Angeles. Through the Office of University Ministry, the strong Catholic tradition of USD is manifested through the student body. UM provides the campus with opportunities to attend and participate in weekly Mass and offers retreats throughout the semester. Service projects such as Tijuana Spring Breakthrough, a house building project in Tijuana and Baja California, give students the chance to get involved in providing assistance to those less fortunate. UM also sponsors outreach programs, both on campus and in the local Linda Vista community, including tutoring and mentoring. Campus Recreation offers students a way to destress through fitness classes, such as yoga, kickboxing, and aerobics, and through extracurricular classes, including ballroom dancing and massage. Classes in sailing, surfing and scuba diving allow students to get outside in the beautiful San Diego weather and learn new activities. The intramural program is an integral part of student life on campus with over two-thirds of the USD community partaking in intramural sports. Sports range from the widely known flag football, basketball, and volleyball to the lesser-known, yet still widely popular, ultimate frisbee and dodgeball. There are more than 65 student organizations on campus, including fraternities, sororities and academic clubs, that are open to the entire USD student body.


Academic Support & Student-Athlete Services SARABETH POLLOCK

Pollock begins her sixth year as the Coordinator of Athletic Academic Support for the University of San Diego. She has worked as a tutor in the Athletic Department since the fall of 2001. She serves as the academic advisor for Softball, Volleyball, Swimming and Diving, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s Tennis, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country/Track, Men’s and Women’s Rowing, and Golf. Her responsibilities include the supervision of the Study Hall and the administration of the tutoring and mentoring programs. Currently, the Academic Support Program employs over 30 tutors who represent a variety of majors across campus, as well as a team of trained graduate-student mentors who assist with academic skill development and the monitoring of coursework. Sarabeth graduated from USD in 2002 in the Honors Program, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and History. She speaks Spanish and French fluently. A 5th generation San Diegan, she resides in Point Loma with her family. Sarabeth will start working on her Master’s degree in History in the coming academic year.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER... The USD Athletic Academic Support Program is designed to promote the academic development of student-athletes. The primary objective is to offer the necessary resources for the academic success of student-athletes as they work to earn their degree. Academic Support Services are designed to enhance the student-athlete’s overall collegiate experience and encourage development and attainment of academic and career goals. All USD student-athletes have access to advising, tutoring and mentoring services. The mentoring program, Torero Blue and MenTorero, were redeveloped in 2005 and team a graduate student in the counseling program with an athlete who would like to enhance study skills, learn about campus resources, receive guidance on goal development and attainment, and benefit from guided group study. Student-athletes also have access to a quiet area where they can study or work in the computer center. In addition, student-athletes are encouraged to utilize the campus learning centers including the Writing, Math and Logic Centers as well as to take advantage of the resources available to them in the Career Center, Counseling Center and Computer Labs.

“The USD academic support program provides our student-athletes the resources necessary to successfully balance a challenging academic and athletic schedule. Student-athletes have the opportunity to utilize tutors, advising, a quiet environment to study and a computer lab. Academic support offers guidance throughout the student-athlete’s academic experience at USD- from freshman orientation to graduation and career preparation.” Head Coach Melissa McElvain

USD SPORTS MEDICINE USD SPORTS PERFORMANCE The department of sports medicine University of San Diego student-athletes receive elite coaching from their strength and conditioning staff in one of the premier weight rooms on the West Coast. With 5,000 square feet of floor space (plus an additional 1,600 square feet of turf ), 16 all inclusive lifting stations and approximately 20,000 pounds of free weights, multiple teams can be simultaneously coached in a comprehensive strength and conditioning development program. Medicine balls, Stephane Rochet dumbbells, gymnastics rings and various pull-up stations are used to enhance the training provided for all 16 of USD’s varsity sports. The USD strength staff advocates the use of ground based, multi-joint, explosive free weight exercises in the training of student-athletes. USD teams are taught the clean and jerk, snatch, squats, dead lift and the various barbell and dumbbell variations. By using the exercises, in combination with intense effort, we believe USD studentathletes will be well prepared to meet every physical challenge put to them in competition.

operates under the supervision of the University of San Diego’s designated team physician, Paul C. Murphy MD, the associate director of athletics for sports medicine, Carolyn Greer, associate athletic trainers, and assistant athletic trainers. The sports medicine facility is located in the Jenny Craig Pavilion and is for the exclusive use of the University of San Diego student-athletes. This 2,400 Carolyn Greer square foot facility has defined taping, rehabilitation, and hydrotherapy areas. In addition, there are a private treatment/exam room, offices and storage. The entire athletic training staff takes great pride in the services rendered to over 400 student athletes through this facility. The USD athletic training room is clearly the top sports medicine venue in the West Coast Conference.


SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA...

San Diego is truly “America’s Finest City.” A modern metropolis (second largest in California) and a popular year-round resort, San Diego spreads from the coast to the desert, including cliffs, mesas, hills, canyons and valleys. San Diego also surrounds one of California’s greatest natural harbors which has been a dominant factor in determining the city’s history, economy and development. Meteorologists claim San Diego as the country’s only area with perfect climate. This ideal year-round environment posts an average daytime temperature of 70 degrees, with an annual rainfall average of less than 10 inches. Most days are sunny, with humidity generally low, even in the summer. The climate, attractive setting and recreational facilities make San Diego “America’s Finest City.” The city has mostly avoided the evils of urban sprawl, which has allowed its downtown to remain vibrant, especially

the Gaslamp Quarter. San Diego is also home to the world-famous San Diego Zoo as well as Sea World. The city is great for families, but for those without kids, there is a lot to do as well. San Diego is home to a number of military bases, primarily due to its location. In 1941, after the Pearl Harbor attacks, the U.S. established the headquarters of the Pacific Fleet in San Diego, and the city is now home to the largest air naval station on the west coast. Unlike many cities, San Diego’s airport is right next to downtown, increasing its convenience even more. It is hard to believe that San Diego is the nation’s sixthlargest city, it just retains a small town feel. According to Sports Illustrated, “For sheer numbers of participants, diversity of pursuits of involvement, San Diego must rank as the sports fitness capital of the U.S.” Sports are a major feature of the San Diego lifestyle. One can sail, swim, surf, scuba dive, snorkel, wind-surf on 70 miles of public beach or golf at any of the over

80 golf courses throughout the county. Balboa Park, a 1,158-acre recreation and cultural center, offers 25 tennis courts, two gymnasiums, two municipal golf courses, and one of the nation’s finest zoos. Mission Bay Park is a 4,600-acre playground for jogging, fishing, bicycling, tennis, golf, jet skiing and kite flying. As well as participating in recreational activities, San Diego supports their professional teams -- the NFL Chargers play at Qualcomm Stadium, and the San Diego Padres play at Petco Park. During college football bowl week, San Diego annually hosts the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl in late December. During 1998, Qualcomm Stadium hosted the Super Bowl game between Denver and Green Bay; followed by the World Series between the San Diego Padres and the New York Yankees. The Super Bowl returned to San Diego in 2003. Whatever sporting activity there is, it’s here in San Diego -- the sports capital of the U.S.!


“AMERICA’S FINEST CITY”

Petco Park, Home of the San Diego Padres

Qualcomm Stadium, Home of the San Diego Chargers


A Message From President Lyons

Dr. Mary E. Lyons President

Dr. Julie Sullivan V.P. Provost

The University of San Diego is very proud of the student-athletes that represent our institution on 17 men's and women's NCAA Division-I athletic teams. These are proud and serious competitors, honored to represent the University. The dedication you witness on the playing fields, on the court, on the course, or in the water is greatly matched in the classrooms, the laboratories, on stage, or in the community. Last year thirty-nine percent of our student-athletes carried a grade-point average above 3.2, and 11 of our teams had a cumulative grade-point average above 3.0. Athletics is vital to the University of San Diego, a way students, faculty, staff and alumni come together as one community. I am both a university president and a Torero fan; I look forward to sharing the excitement of Torero athletics with our many fans.

Msgr. Daniel Dillabough V.P. Mission & Ministry

Mr. Leendert Hering V.P. Business Servicess & Administration

Dr. Timothy O’Malley V.P. University Relations

Ms. Carmen M. Vazquez V.P. Student Affairs

University of San Diego Mission Statement The University of San Diego is a Roman Catholic institution committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community, and preparing leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service. University of San Diego Vision Statement The University of San Diego is becoming a nationally preeminent Catholic university known for educating students who are globally competent, ethical leaders working and serving in our complex and changing world. The University of San Diego is a Roman Catholic institution committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community, and preparing leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service.


KY SNYDER

Executive Director of Athletics

Ky Snyder was named Executive Director of Athletics at the University of San Diego on December 10th, 2003. Dr. Mary E. Lyons, USD President, introduced Snyder who returned to USD where he was Director of Athletic Development from 1990 to 1996. He came back to USD from the San Diego International Sports Council where he held the position of President. With the San Diego International Sports Council, Snyder's primary responsibility was to promote San Diego/Tijuana as the preferred region for sporting events and activities that benefit the community both economically and socially. Accomplishments of the Sports Council bid efforts during Snyder's tenure included securing San Diego the 1997 and 1998 ESPN Summer X Games, the Suzuki Rock & Roll Marathon, the 1999 Major League Soccer All-Star Game, the Bank of America/U.S. Olympic Cup, NCAA Division I Men's Basketball First & Second Round (2001) contests, the NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Championships (2001) and Super Bowl XXXVII. In the spring of 2001, Snyder was named the President of the San Diego Super Bowl XXXVII Host Committee. He still serves as President of the San Diego Super Bowl Task Force. Snyder was also the Executive Director of the San Diego International Sports Foundation. Prior to joining the SDISC, Snyder was the Director of Athletic Development at the University of San Diego for six years. At USD he was responsible for establishing the Torero Athletic Association, fund-raising efforts for athletics, managing athletic special events and generating corporate sponsorship of athletics. At USD he oversees an athletic department with seventeen NCAA Division I intercollegiate teams and over 400 student-athletes. He is responsible for all administrative, management and supervisory aspects of the Department of Athletics. Additionally, he oversees the strategic long-range planning and monitoring of budgets, personnel, programs, facilities, fundraising, promotions and marketing, and public relations for an NCAA Division I program consisting of eight sports for men and nine sports for women. He serves on the NCAA Division I Football Rules Committee and as the Corporate Co-Chair of the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. This past season saw the USD athletics program win its second consecutive WCC Commissioner's Cup. The conference trophy goes to the school with the top performing athletics program in the eight-team West Coast Conference. Four Torero teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2008-09, while a record six teams made it in 2007-08. Snyder played football at San Diego State University. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Marketing from San Diego State University and has studied in the Master's Leadership Program at the University of San Diego.

The Snyder Family: Riley, Cammy, Sue, Sydney, and Ky.

Snyder, who has been a San Diego resident for 27 years, has a very athletic family. His wife, Sue, was a former standout member of the United States women's national volleyball team who played at San Diego State and also coached the Aztecs and University of San Diego's women's volleyball teams. In addition, Snyder's father, Lester, held the position as President of the United States Tennis Association. The Snyder's reside in Poway with their son Riley (age 16), daughter Sydney (age 13) and daughter Cammy (age 10).

USD ATHLETICS MISSION & VISION STATEMENT Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement As part of the University of San Diego, a Roman Catholic University, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to advancing the academic and athletic excellence and enhancing students’ lives while promoting the University of San Diego. Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Vision Statement As part of the University of San Diego. a Roman Catholic University, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is educating its student athletes while building leadership and team work qualities and a peputation as winners on and off the field of play.


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FACILITIES / QUICK FACTS

USD GENERAL INFORMATION

Location . .........................................................................................San Diego, CA Founded ............................................................................................................1949 Enrollment ........................................................................................................7,800 President .............................................................................. Mary E. Lyons, Ph.D. Executive Director of Athletics .........................................................Ky Snyder Senior Associate Athletics Director ..........................................Mike Matoso Assoc. AD/Business Affairs ................................................................Dan Yourg Assoc. AD/ Senior Women’s Administrator ..............................Shaney Fink Assoc. AD/Athletic Development . ...........................................Brian Fogarty Assoc. AD for Marketing & Sponsorship ................................ Steve Becvar Assoc. AD for Facilities & Operations . ............................................. Andy Fee Asst. Director of Athletics for Development . ........................... Kara Smith Head Athletic Trainer .....................................................Carolyn Greer, A.T., C. Associate Athletic Trainer .......................................................... Paul Signorelli Assistant Athletic Trainer ....................................Joe Parry, Eli Bisnett-Cobb Director of Athletic Performance Training .................... Stephane Rochet

USD SOFTBALL QUICK FACTS

Affiliation . .....................................................................................NCAA Division I Nickname ......................................................................................................Toreros School Colors . ............................................................Torero Blue, Navy, White Athletic Dept. Phone . ................................................................(619) 260-4803 Athletic Dept. Fax................................................................. (619) 260-2213 2009 Overall (Conf.) Record ..................................................21-33 (11-9) Letterwinners Ret./Lost...........................................................................12/5 Starters Returning............................................................................................6 Starters Lost........................................................................................................3 Conference .....................................Pacific Coast Softball Conf. (PCSC) Home Field ..................................................USD Softball Complex (375)

USD SOFTBALL INFORMATION

Head Coach ..............................................Melissa McElvain (9th season) Assistant Coach . ...........................................Kim Aggabao (6th season) Pitching Coach ........................................Erin Harmonson (2nd season) Volunteer Coach ................................... Francesca Ramos (5th season) USD Softball Office Phone ............................................... (619) 260-4281

USD MEDIA RELATIONS

Softball Contact . ...................................................................... Ryan McCann Ryan’s E-mail ........................................................ rmccann@sandiego.edu Ryan’s Office ...........................................................................(619) 260-2323 Ryan’s Mobile...........................................................................(619) 980-6838 Associate AD/Media Relations ........................................................Ted Gosen Office Phone.............................................................................(619) 260-4745 Office Fax...................................................................................(619) 260-2990 Athletic Website.........................................................www.usdtoreros.com

Acknowledgements Design, Edit & Layout: Ryan McCann, Sarah Luster, and Cymantha Ayala Printing: Kings Printing Corporation Photos: Brock Scott, Scott Photo www.scottphoto.net

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BACK ROW (l-r): Alyssa Luna, Lauren Tomey, Francesca Ramos, Melissa McElvain, Erin Harmonson, Kim Aggabao, Kristen Gensler, Taylor Lawrence MIDDLE ROW (l-r): Danielle Richardson, Mickell Escobar, Allison Stalberger, Taylor Hensley, Chelsea Velovich, Jennifer Ellenbeck, Celeste Soto, Kaitlin Healy, Megan Walsh FRONT ROW (l-r): Carey Casciola, Chelsea Kamai, Kimberlee Shimizu, Cathy Wineinger, Danielle Duhart, Jessi Waers Not Pictured: Kierstie Svatos

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Name Allison Stalberger Kristen Gensler Kaitlin Healy Taylor Lawrence Jennifer Ellenbeck Megan Walsh Carey Casciola Jessi Waers Chelsea Kamai Taylor Hensley Danielle Richardson Mickell Escobar Kimberlee Shimizu Alyssa Luna Lauren Tomey Celeste Soto Cathy Wineinger Kierstie Svatos Danielle Duhart Chelsea Velovich

Coaches Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Position(s) Outfield Outfield Pitcher Outfield Pitcher First Base Shortstop Pitcher Utility Catcher Outfield Infield Catcher, Outfield Pitcher Outfield Third Base Infield Catcher, Utility Outfield Pitcher

Height 5-3 5-5 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-5 5-2 5-10 5-8 5-9 5-0 5-9 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-3 5-9

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Hometown Riverside, CA Goleta, CA West Hills, CA Las Vegas, NV Poway, CA Portland, OR San Luis Obispo, CA Simi Valley, CA Kaneohe, HI San Diego, CA Las Vegas, NV Brentwood, CA Wailuki, HI Fresno, CA San Diego, CA Clovis, CA San Jose, CA San Diego, CA Santa Clarita, CA Santee, CA

Melissa McElvain (9th Season, Oklahoma State University ‘99) Kim Aggabao (6th Season, UC San Diego ‘04) Erin Harmonson (2nd Season, University of San Diego ‘06) Francesca Ramos (5th Season, University of San Diego ‘05)

High School Riverside Poly HS Dos Pueblos HS El Camino HS Palo Verde HS Poway HS Central Catholic HS San Luis Obispo HS Royal HS Sacred Hearts Academy Patrick Henry HS Durango HS Heritage HS Lahainaluna HS Hoover HS Francis Parker HS Buchanan HS Archbishop Mitty HS Francis Parker HS William S. Hart HS West Hills HS

2010 ROSTER

2010 University of San Diego Softball


2010 OUTLOOK

10 SAN DIEGO SET FOR 2010 SEASON The University of San Diego softball team is entering a new era in the Pacific Coast Softball Conference. In the 2010 season there are two divisions of six teams, with the winner of each division facing off in a playoff series for the automatic bid to the post season. The Toreros had a solid 2009 campaign with records broken and players highlighted for their strong performance. Despite graduating key players last season, Head Coach Melissa McElvain and her staff have been hard at work signing some solid recruits to the Torero roster.

was the third player to be named to the PCSC Second Team All-Conference as well as being named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll for academic excellence. Cathy Wineinger earned PCSC Honorable Mention and PCSC Commissioner’s Honors as well as being named the team Rookie of the Year. Other athletes to earn Commissioner’s Honor Roll include: Carey Casciola, Taryn Keenan, Alyssa Luna, Alyssa Schott, and Kaslin Tucker. Celeste Soto was named the team Best Defensive Player and the Coaches Award for attitude, effort, and heart was given to Taylor Lawrence. The Toreros lost seniors Kaslin Tucker, Lindsey Fleet, and Katie Jo Nelson, all of whom were starters for the 2009 Torero team. Coach McElvain, in her 9th season, will look to reach the 150-win milestone this season. The coaching staff brought in eight freshmen this year. The new faces include Mickell Escobar, Chelsea Kamai, Danielle Richardson, Kimberlee Shimizu, Allison Stalberger, Lauren Tomey, Chelsea Velovich, and Kierstie Svatos. These players will join the roster that includes six seniors, three juniors and three sophomores to give them a total of 20 players.

Junior Celeste Soto & Senior Carey Casciola

In 2009, the Toreros faced a strong non-conference schedule including two ranked teams. They faced six teams during the season that fought in the early rounds of the post season (Long Beach State, San Diego State, Missouri, UCLA, Miami-Ohio, and Portland State), with Missouri advancing to the Women’s College World Series. San Diego finished in third place in the PCSC, their best finish in program history. The team also reached another milestone earning 11 PCSC victories. USD had four players earn PCSC Honors for their play on the field and nine athletes earn Commissioner’s Honors for their work in the classroom. Lindsey Fleet was named to the PCSC All-Conference Second Team, earned Commissioner’s Honors, and team Best Offensive Player award. Jennifer Ellenbeck earned PCSC Second Team All-Conference honors, was named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll, and selected by the team as the Most Valuable Player and given the Community Service Award. Kristen Gensler

The Toreros begin the 2010 campaign at home hosting Boise State and UC Riverside on February 13th. They will travel up to UC Riverside the next day to wrap up the two-day series facing the Broncos and the Highlanders again. The team will then head to the UNLV Tournament where they will play five games from February 19-21. They will take on opponents BYU, UNLV, Boise St., Hawaii and Oregon. The Toreros will spend the next two weeks preparing for the San Diego Classic I. Once again it will be five games for the Toreros in the three days starting on March 5th. The Toreros will play Buffalo, Wisconsin, Oregon, Cal Poly and Long Beach State. Senior Jessi Waers

Before heading to the Long Beach State


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The Toreros continue their strong non-conference schedule on March 17th by hosting a double header against North Dakota. They will then co-host the San Diego Classic II that takes place from March 18-21. The Toreros will face Harvard, Massachusetts, IllinoisChicago, Kansas, and Oregon State during this four-day tournament. On March 21st, the softball team will continue their tradition of Military Appreciation Day honoring our local military. The Toreros will finish off their non-conference schedule by hosting a double header with Santa Barbara on March 23rd and then playing a home and home series with cross-town rival San Diego State on April 2-3. USD will open PCSC play on April 10-11 when they travel to Moraga to take on Saint Mary’s. They return to the confines of the USD Softball Complex to host Sacramento State the following weekend. The Toreros will then make their final road trip of the regular season when they face Cal State Bakersfield on April 24-25. The regular season will conclude with two home series against conference rivals Loyola Marymount University on May 1-2 and Santa Clara on May 8-9.

Fun Facts About the 2010 Softball Season » » Eight 2010 opponents appeared in 2009 NCAA Regionals (Purdue, Cal Poly, Notre Dame, UMass, BYU, SDSU, UNLV and Long Beach State) » » 52 Total Games » » 3 PCSC home series » » 31 home games » » 2 PCSC away series » » 21 away games

Opponents by State

Opponents By Conference

PCSC SMC, Sac St, CSU Bakersfield, LMU, SCU Pac-10 Oregon, Oregon St Big West Cal Poly, Long Beach State, UCSB, UC Riverside Mountain West Oregon (2) U. of Oregon, Oregon St BYU, San Diego St, UNLV Illinois (2) N. Illinois, U. of Illinois-Chicago Western Athletic Indiana (2) Notre Dame, Purdue Boise St, Hawai’i Massachusetts (2) Harvard, UMass Mid-American U. of Buffalo (Eastern Division), Northern Illinois Utah (1) BYU (Western Division) Nevada (1) UNLV Big-10 Idaho (1) Boise St Wisconsin, Purdue Hawai’i (1) U. of Hawai’i Big East New York (1) U. of Buffalo Notre Dame Ivy League Wisconsin (1) U. of Wisconsin Harvard North Dakota (1) North Dakota Great West Kansas (1) U. of Kansas North Dakota Atlantic-10 U. Massachusetts Horizon League U. of Illinois-Chicago Big-12 U. of Kansas California (10) UC Riverside, Cal Poly, Long Beach St, UC Santa Barbara, San Diego St, Saint Mary’s, Sacramento St, CSU Bakersfield, Loyola Marymount, Santa Clara.

Senior Danielle Duhart

2010 OUTLOOK

Tournament the Toreros will play a double header with Northern Illinois at home on March 10th. The Long Beach State Tournament that begins on March 12th and ends on the 14th will include opponents Notre Dame, Buffalo, Purdue, UNLV and Long Beach State.


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PACIFIC COAST SOFTBALL CONFERENCE

Coastal Division

The PCSC Coastal Division consists of six schools based in California. San Diego, Loyola Marymount, Sacramento State, Saint Mary’s, and Santa Clara are all part of the original PCSC. Cal State Bakersfield joins the Coastal Division as part of the PCSC expansion. GENERAL INFORMATION School: University of San Diego Location: San Diego, CA Founded: 1949 Enrollment: 7800 President: Dr. Mary E. Lyons School Colors: Columbia Blue, Navy, & White SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Melissa McElvain (Oklahoma State, 1999) Record at School (Years): 141-260 (8 years) Career Record (Years): 141-260 (8 years) Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Kim Aggabao (6th season, UC San Diego) Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Erin Harmonson (2nd season, U. of San Diego) Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Francesca Ramos (5th season, U. of San Diego) Softball Administrator: Steve Becvar GENERAL INFORMATION School: CSU Bakersfield Location: Bakersfield, Calif. Founded: 1970 Enrollment: 8,000 President/Chancellor: Dr. Horace Mitchell School Colors: Blue (286) and Gold (116)

SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Kathy Welter (Kearney State, 1976) Record at School (Years): 951-415-3 (24 years) Career Record (Years): 1,090-504-7 (30 years) Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Kristi Lansford (CSUB, 1997) Softball Administrator: Rudy Carvajal

GENERAL INFORMATION School: Loyola Marymount University Location: Los Angeles, CA Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 8,845 (5,509 undergrad) President/Chancellor: Fr. Robert B. Lawton, S.J. School Colors: Crimson and Navy Blue SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Gary Ferrin Record at School (Years): 528-386-1 (15 years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Danielle Kaminaka (LMU, ’05) Softball Administrator: Jason Hanchar GENERAL INFORMATION School: Sacramento State Location: Sacramento, Calif. Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 29,362 President/Chancellor: Dr. Alexander Gonzalez School Colors: Green & Gold

SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Kathy Strahan (Michigan State, ’79) Record at School (Years): 484-439-2 (17 years) Career Record (Years): 731-684 (26 years) Associate Head Coach (Alma Mater): Cara Hoyt (Eastern Washington, ’86) Softball Administrator: Lois Mattice

PCSC Announces Expansion With Six Schools Set To Join Conference PORTLAND, Ore. - The Pacific Coast Softball Conference has extended invitations for conference membership to six schools: California State University Bakersfield, Idaho State University, University of Northern Colorado, Seattle University, Utah Valley University and Weber State University, PCSC Commissioner Wendy Guthrie announced in Fall of 2008. “Really the most positive thing it does for us is it protects our conference,” commented head coach Melissa McElvain. “It adds a higher level of competition for us and we know that we’re protected long term as a very strong competitive conference in different regions.” Starting with the 2010 season, the PCSC will split into two divisions, the Coastal and Mountain. The division winners will meet in a best-of-three championship series to determine the conference’s automatic NCAA Tournament berth. “We are delighted to welcome California State University, Bakersfield, Idaho State University, University of Northern Colorado, Seattle University, Utah Valley University, and Weber State University as members of the Pacific Coast Softball Conference,” Guthrie said.“The addition of a conference championship series will enhance the student-athlete experience and heighten the visibility of the league.” Cal State Bakersfield is in its third year of a five-year transition period from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I membership.

The Roadrunners will become a full NCAA Division I member in the 2010-11 academic year. Idaho State resurrected softball for the 2007 season, after sponsoring the sport from 1976-1983. Northern Colorado is currently competing as a NCAA Division I Independent. The Bears are members of the Big Sky Conference in other sports. Seattle went 38-14 last spring in its final year at the NCAA Division II level, reaching the NCAA Division II West Regional for the third straight season. The Redhawks will play as a NCAA Division I provisional member in 2009. Utah Valley also competes as a NCAA Division I softball independent and is in its sixth and final year of NCAA Division I provisional membership status. Weber State reinstated its softball program in December 2007 and will begin play in 2010. The Wildcats sponsored softball from 1974-1983. The PCSC completed its sixth year of competition in 2008 and has had an automatic NCAA Tournament bid for its conference champion since 2006. Loyola Marymount has won three PCSC titles, 2003, 2005 and 2007. Santa Clara, 2004, Portland State, 2006, and Sacramento State, 2008, have also won conference championships.

GENERAL INFORMATION School: Saint Mary’s College Location: Moraga, CA Founded: 1863 Enrollment: 3,840 President/Chancellor: Br. Ronald Gallagher School Colors: Navy, Red, and Silver SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Jessica Hanaseth (Saint Mary’s, 2001) Record at School (Years): 91-184 (5 Years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Keith Berg (Cal State Monterey Bay, 2001) Softball Administrator: Mike Samuels GENERAL INFORMATION School: Santa Clara University Location: Santa Clara, Calif. Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 8,685 President/Chancellor: Michael Engh, S.J. School Colors: Red (PMS 201) and White

SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Lisa Mize (Fresno State, ‘94) Record at School (Years): 15-100 (2008 interim HC, 2009 HC - 2 years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Paula Martinez (California) Softball Administrator: Staci Gustafson


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PORTLAND, Ore. – Ellen Moore has been named the new commissioner of the Pacific Coast Softball Conference, PCSC President Mark Orr announced Monday. Moore becomes the PCSC’s second commissioner, replacing Wendy Guthrie, who served in the post since the conference started play in 2003. “We are extremely pleased to announce the hiring of Ellen as the new commissioner of the Pacific Coast Softball Conference,” said Orr, who is also the Director of Athletics at Saint Mary’s. “Ellen has gained significant experience in conference administration, and was an outstanding student-athlete in the sport of softball at Georgia Tech.” In her previous position as the Director of Championships at the WCC, she coordinates five annual WCC Championships, including the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Moore comes to the PCSC as the conference is set to expand to a two-division, 12-team format for the 2010 season. The PCSC will hold its’ first-ever PCSC Championship Series next spring to determine its’automatic NCAA bid. “I’m excited to pursue this unique opportunity with the PCSC, allow-

ing me to combine my conference administration experience with my softball background in order to be an advocate on behalf of our membership and student-athletes,” Moore said. “The West is undeniably the hot bed of college softball and I am confident the PCSC can be an impact player.” Prior to joining the WCC, Moore was the Programs and Project Coordinator at San Jose State from August 2005-October 2006. She helped in the redesign and launch of the athletic department’s new web site and served as the tournament manager for the 2007 NCAA Men’s Basketball West Regional. Moore graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech in May 2001. As the former Ellen Styer, she was a four-year letter winner for the Yellow Jacket softball team from 1998-2001. In 2001, she served as team captain and earned Academic All-Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll honors in 2001. Moore also still holds the school single-season record for fielding assists with 153 in 1999, while playing second base and shortstop. Cal State Bakersfield, Idaho State, Northern Colorado, Seattle, Utah Valley and Weber State will play its first season in the PCSC in 2010.

GENERAL INFORMATION School: Utah Valley University Location: Orem, Utah Founded: 1941 Enrollment: 27,000 President: Dr. Matthew S. Holland School Colors: Green, White & Gold SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Todd Fairbourne (BYU 1994, Utah State, 2003) Record at School (Years): 326-256-1 (11 years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Rachel Hartgrove (Utah Valley University, 2006) Softball Administrator: Dr. D.J. Smith GENERAL INFORMATION School: Weber State University Location: Ogden, UT Founded: 1889 (Four-year 1962) Enrollment: 21,000 President/Chancellor: Dr. F. Ann Millner School Colors: Purple and White

SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Tina Johnson (Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, ‘90) Record at School (Years): First Season Career Record (Years): First Season at Div. I Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Sara Mason (San Diego, ’06) Softball Administrator: Jerry Bovee

Mountain Division

The PCSC Mountain Division consists of six schools located in states around California. Portland State is part of the original PCSC. Idaho State, Northern Colorado, Seattle University, Utah University, and Weber State University combine to make the new Mountain Division as part of the PCSC expansion. GENERAL INFORMATION School: Idaho State University Location: Pocatello, ID Founded: 1901 Enrollment: 13,949 President/Chancellor: Dr. Arthur C. Vailas School Colors: Orange and Black SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Andrea Wilson (Oklahoma, 2002) Record at School (Years): 20-21 (One year) Career Record (Years): 20-21 (One year) Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Shelly Prochaska Softball Administrator: Frank Mercogliano GENERAL INFORMATION School: Northern Colorado Location: Greeley, Colo. Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 12,148 President/Chancellor: Kay Norton School colors: Blue and gold

SOFTBALL Head coach (alma mater, year): Jen Schunke (Arkansas, 2000) Record at school (years): 45-108 (three years) Career record (years): 45-108 (three years) Assistant coach (alma mater): Cristin Green (Northern Colorado, 2004) Softball administrator: Sherri Frye GENERAL INFORMATION School: Portland State University Location: Portland, Oregon Founded: 1946 (4-year in 1955) Enrollment: 27,000 President/Chancellor: Dr. Wim Wiewel School Colors: Green, White and Silver SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Tobin Echo-Hawk (Nebraska, 1996) Record at School (Years): 29-26 (1) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Kellyn Tate (Michigan, 1998) Softball Administrator: Barbara Dearing GENERAL INFORMATION School: Seattle University Location: Seattle, Wash. Founded: 1891 Enrollment: 7,529 President/Chancellor: Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J. School Colors: Red and White

SOFTBALL Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Dan Powers (Pacific Lutheran Univ. ‘94) Record at School (Years): 185-111 (7 years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coach (Alma Mater): Sean Praven (Eastern Washington ‘94) Softball Administrator: Erin Engelhardt

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Ellen Moore New PCSC Commissioner


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USD TORERO PCSC HONOR LIST 2009

2008

All-Conference 1B Lindsey Fleet P Jennifer Ellenbeck OF Kristen Gensler SS Cathy Wineinger

2nd 2nd 2nd H.M.

All-Academic SR Lindsey Fleet SR Kaslin Tucker JR Carey Casciola JR Jennifer Ellenbeck JR Alyssa Luna SO Kristen Gensler SO Taryn Keenan SO Alyssa Schott FR Cathy Wineinger

3.04 3.45 3.21 3.29 3.27 3.26 3.56 3.21 3.47

Player of the Week Apr. 21 Taylor Hensley Team Awards MVP – Jennifer Ellenbeck Offensive – Lindsey Fleet Defensive – Celeste Soto Rookie – Cathy Wineinger Coaches Award – Taylor Lawrence Comm. Service – Jennifer Ellenbeck Home Run Trot - Lindsey Fleet

All-Academic SR Kim Delpit JR Francesca Ramos JR Gina McFarland JR Sara Mason JR Marissa Merchain FR Ashley Hightower SO Darcie McClelland FR Celine Pujol

All-Academic SR Kathleen Bonja SR Celine Pujol SO Jennifer Ellenbeck FR Taryn Keenan FR Megan Walsh

2007

1st 1st 1st 1st H.M. H.M. 3.25 3.49 3.74 3.79 3.02 3.83 3.52 3.06

Player of the Week Apr. 4 Sara Mason Mar. 14 Kathleen Bonja Pitcher of the Week Mar. 14 Christina Haake Team Awards MVP - Kathleen Bonja & Kim Delpit Offensive - Kathleen Bonja Defensive - Kim Delpit Rookie - Kathleen Bonja Coaches Award - Erin Harmonson Home Run Trot - Danielle Treiber

2006

2nd 2nd H.M. H.M.

All-Conference C Virginia Fritsch 2B Kathleen Bonja P Christina Haake OF Nichole Valenzuela P Jennifer Ellenbeck *

1st 1st 2nd 2nd H.M.

3.067 3.000 3.550 3.300 3.067

All-Academic SO Kim Milkovich FR Coley Woyak FR Jennifer Ellenbeck SO Katie Burk

3.817 3.100 3.367 3.163

Team Awards MVP – Carey Casciola Offensive – Lindsey Fleet Defensive – Carey Casciola Coaches Award – Celine Pujol Rookie – Celeste Soto Home Run Trot - Alexa Baldino

All-Conference 3B Kathleen Bonja 1B Marissa Merchain C Sara Mason P Gina McFarland

1st 1st 2nd 2nd

All-Academic SR Sara Mason *^$ SR Gina McFarland * SR Marissa Merchain FR Kelly Nesseth FR Kim Milkovich FR Katie Burk

3.75 3.63 3.01 3.43 3.87 3.22

Pitcher of the Week Mar 28 Christina Haake

Player of the Week Apr. 26 Gina McFarland

Team Awards MVP – Virginia Fritsch Offensive – Virginia Fritsch Defensive – Nichole Valenzuela Coaches Award – Alicia Massei Rookie – Carey Casciola Jennifer Ellenbeck Home Run Trot – Kim Milkovich

Pitcher of the Week Feb. 28 Erin Harmonson Team Awards MVP - Gina McFarland Offensive - Sara Mason Defensive - Kathleen Bonja Rookie - Emily Passovoy Coaches Award - Marissa Merchain Home Run Trot - Danielle Treiber

* PCSC Co-Freshman of the year

$ Selected PCSC Scholar Athlete of the Year * Selected for ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Honors ^ Selected for ESPN The Magazine third-team Academic All-America list, national honor

2004

2005

All-Conference OF Gina McFarland SS Ashlee Nunes 1B Alicia Massei 2B Danielle Treiber C Sara Mason 3B Kathleen Bonja

All-Conference 3B Kathleen Bonja 1B Lindsey Fleet SS Carey Casciola UT Jennifer Ellenbeck

2002

2003

All-Conference 2B Kim Delpit 2nd UT Sara Mason 2nd OF Gina McFarland 2nd OF Rebekah Bradford FR of the Yr

All-Conference OF Gina McFarland

All-Academic SR Jennifer Delpit SR Anna Russell SR Allison Williams SR Cindy McGee JR Francesca Ramos SO Kim Delpit SO Sara Mason SO Gina McFarland SO Marissa Merchain

Team Awards MVP - Gina McFarland Offensive - Sara Mason Defensive - Ashlee Nunes & Kim Delpit Rookie - Gina McFarland Coaches Award - Sara Mason Home Run Trot - Kim Delpit

3.65 3.65 3.13 3.18 3.56 3.06 3.86 3.80 3.01

Player of the Week Feb. 3 Jennifer Delpit Apr. 22 Kim Delpit Pitcher of the Week Feb. 3 Anna Russel Team Awards MVP - Kim Delpit Offensive - Sara Mason Defensive - Gina McFarland Coaches Award - Cindy McGee Rookie - Rebekah Bradford Home Run Trot - Sara Mason

2nd

Pitcher of the Week Mar. 25 Gina McFarland

Team Awards MVP - Nicky Geis Offensive - Jennifer Delpit Defensive - Nicky Geis Coaches Award - Kristy Clarke Rookie - Hilary McHugh Home Run Trot - Stephanie Bisera

TOREROS DEFINED...

The University of San Diego, which sponsors sixteen NCAA Division I intercollegiate teams, competes under the athletic nickname ‘Toreros.’ In 1961, the Most Reverend Bishop Buddy, the founding father of USD, announced that the school’s nickname would change from Pioneers to Toreros. “The name Toreros is keeping with the friendly relationship which exists between San Diego and Mexico,” His Excellency said at the time. Torero comes from the Spanish term ‘Toro’, the bull, and from the word ‘Torear,’ to fight bulls. All of the contestants in the ring are called ‘Toreros.’ Torero is a general term describing a bullfighter and signifies courage, honor and fidelity. USD student-athletes, like the Torero, represent a willingness to stand alone in the ring and accept the challenge. The 2009-10 school year marks the 49th season with Toreros as the official nickname for USD athletic teams.


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Melissa McElvain Melissa McElvain enters her ninth year as USD’s Head Softball Coach. In her first eight seasons as head coach, 28 athletes have earned PCSC All-Conference honors, including the 2004 (Rebekah Bradford) and 2007 (Jennifer Ellenbeck) PCSC Freshman of the Year and the 2006 PCSC Scholar Athlete of the Year (Sara Mason). Under McElvain’s guidance, 53 studentNickname athletes have earned All-Academic Turtle honors, including 36 student-athletes When I’m not playing softball, I’m With my husband, Ryan, playing with awarded PCSC Commissioner’s Honor our kids! Roll honors, one PCSC Scholar Athlete The place I’d most like to visit of the Year, and a National Academic Italy All-American 3rd Team (Sara Mason). I’m most thankful for Since the 2005-06 season, McElvain My FAMILY! and the team have upheld a 100% Favorite spot to eat on campus SLP (Student Life Pavilion)…the all you NCAA academic progress rating.

can eat dinner is amazing ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - 9th season as Skipper of USD Softball - BS in Business Administration (Oklahoma St. ‘99) - MS in Leadership Studies (Univ. of San Diego ‘06) - All Big XII Honors as catcher and second base - All Big XII Academic Honors - Led Oklahoma St. to 3rd place finish in Women’s College World Series

In 2009...

San Diego had a successful campain in 2009 with three 2nd Team All-Conference winners, one honorable mention recipient, and nine players named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll for academic excellence. San Diego had their best finish in the program’s history taking third place reaching another milestone with 11 conference victories. USD won two consecutive conference series defeating LMU and Santa Clara in their head-to-head PCSC match up. Pitcher Jennifer Ellenbeck jumped into first place with 324 career strikeouts.

In 2008...

The Toreros had a number of highlights in 2008. Including a 6-4 victory over No. 17 ranked San Diego State on March 7 at the Diamond Devil Classic in Arizona. Nine opponents USD faced advanced to regionals. The Toreros set a number of team overall marks

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including a new high of 22 homeruns and overall hits with 376 to name a couple.

In 2007...

Coach “Mac” has made huge strides as she guided the Toreros to a record setting 2007 season. The graduating class in 2007 (Virginia Fritsch, Christina Haake, Alicia Massei, Danielle Treiber) tied or set new records in 12 different single season or career categories. As a team, San Diego accomplished 20 division one wins. They also recorded 24 overall wins, the most since the 2000 season. Coach McElvain also hit the century mark with her 100th career victory as head coach at USD on April 16th in an extra-inning victory over Santa Clara.

In 2006...

The 2006 season offered more proof that the USD softball program is turning the corner and transforming the team into a competitive Division I program that could battle for that


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Playing Days...

A 1999 graduate of Oklahoma State, McElvain (formerly Turley) earned AllBig XII honors while playing catcher and second base, as well as conference honors. She ranks in the Top 20 all-time at OSU in several categories, including games played, hits, total bases, doubles, RBI and stolen bases. McElvain led the Cowgirls to three post-season appearances and a third place finish in the 1998 Women’s Col-

lege World Series. While at Oklahoma State, she earned All-Big XII academic honors while attaining a Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Marketing. Additionally, she earned the OSU Community Service Contribution Award (1997-98); the NCAA Leadership Award (1998); and was a four-year SAAC Representative, serving as SAAC President in her senior year.

for a year-and-a-half. A native San Diegan, McElvain attended nearby Patrick Henry HS. Melissa, her husband Ryan and their four-and-a-half year old daughter Mia and two-yearold daughter Kamryn reside in San Carlos.

A Personal Note...

McElvain completed her Master’s Degree in Leadership Studies in 2006 from the University of San Diego. No stranger to the USD Athletic Department, prior to her appointment as softball coach she was Assistant Sports Information Director

Coach Mac: By the numbers... Athletic Excellence - 141 Career Victories - 28 Athletes Earning PCSC All-Conference Honors - 2 PCSC Freshman of the Year Honors (2004 & 2007) - 1 PCSC Scholar Athlete of the Year (2006) - Ranked Victories over #10 CS Fullerton (2002), #20 Oregon State (2003), #17 San Diego State (2008) - 100 Win Club (April 16, 2007) Academic Excellence - 100% NCAA Academic Progress Rating for the past five years (Highest in USD Athletic Department & Top 10% Nationwide) - 53 Student-Athletes Earning All-Academic Conference Honors - 1 Academic All-American Student-Athlete

Coach McElvain’s children in the Fall of 2009: Kamryn (two years old) and Mia (four years old).

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sought after bid to post season thanks to the efforts of Coach McElvain. In 2006, San Diego captured 22 wins for the first time since 2001. That year, USD also accomplished 18 division one wins. The Toreros also posted ten conference wins.


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Kim Aggabao

ASSISTANT COACH SIXTH SEASON (UCSD ‘04)

Kim Aggabao begins her sixth season on the Torero staff. As the first assistant, Aggabao primarily works as the Infield and Hitting coach. She also assists with recruiting and serves as the Camp Coordinator. Aggabao also contributes to the team’s fundraising efforts, coordinating and organizing their program’s annual Golf Tournament, held this year at the Salt Creek Golf Club in Chula Vista, California. Aggabao comes to USD from UC San Diego, where she graduated in 2004 as a Biology major with a minor in Sociology. She was a four-year starter as a middle infielder for the Triton softball team and was named team captain both her junior and senior year. Aggabao was also named first-team All California Talent I would most like to have Collegiate Athletic Association three times, and was To sing…or to do hair the CCAA Most Valuable Player her senior season after leading the league with a .411 batting average, Best book I ever read third-best in school history. She was also named to the The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton All-West Region Second Team. Aggabao finished her Favorite movie career at UCSD hitting .312 and is among the all time Rounders career leaders in six different categories. She also set Place I’d most like to visit the Triton record for most doubles in a season with Guam 23. Off the field, Aggabao was a representative in the Triton Athletes Council, an organization that serves Favorite sports team as a forum aiming to improve the quality of studentLos Angeles Dodgers athletes’ collegiate experience. Originally from Walnut, California, she is the daughter ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ of Tony and Dolly Aggabao. She also has one older brother, Anthony, and a younger sister, Tricia, who As Hitting and Infield coach... graduated in 2008 from Stanford and played on the • Helped team to single season hits total softball team. with 330. • Helped team to a homerun total with 16. • Helped coach All-Conference recipients Jennifer Ellenbeck and Lindsey Fleet, to 2nd Team honors and Cathy Wineinger to Honorable Mention honors.


19 ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON (USD ‘06)

Erin Harmonson returns to the USD Softball coaching staff for her second year in charge of the pitchers. Harmonson, a 2006 graduate from University of San Diego and former player of Coach McElvain’s, takes charge of the pitching staff. Coach Mac’s first recruit to verbally commit with the Toreros, she quickly became a leader on the softball team. She was named co-captain her senior year. During her career she had an ERA of 3.38 with a season best of 2.86 as a junior. She still remains in seven career record categories at USD: 23 Wins (10th). 89 Appearances (7th). 64 Games Started (7th). 29 Complete Games (8th). 385.1 Innings Pitched (9th). 239 Strikeouts (5th). 4 Shutouts, (6th). A 2002 graduate of Scripps Ranch high school, she was selected Nickhame First Team Eastern League and 2nd Team All-CIF her senior year. Ern She set a single game strikeout record with 22 strikeouts earning Most prized possession team MVP and the Coaches Award. During her Junior year she also My pillow earned the Coaches Award and was named the team’s Player of the Best book I ever read Year award as a sophomore. During the off-season she played for Wind Up Bird Chronicle the SoCal Alliance club team. Favorite athlete Graduating in 2006 with a degree in English, Harmonson has been working as a grant writer at Casa de Amparo in Oceanside, Darren Sproles California. The organization works to treat and prevent child abuse Something people would be surprised to and neglect in San Diego County. She stays current with softball by know about me coaching private pitching lessons in North County, and has worked I’m afraid of centipedes with pitchers at USD’s summer camps for the last six years.

Francesca Ramos

ASSISTANT COACH FIFTH SEASON (USD ‘05)

Francesca Ramos begins her ninth year with Least Favorite food the Toreros, and fifth on the coaching staff. A Bananas! YUCK! graduate of USD in May 2005, she played for Most prized possession USD all four years and graduated with a de- My brand new Garmin GPS Navigation gree in Sociology and minored in Leadership System & American Humanics. Ramos graduated with Something people would be surprised to about me: I can run 800m in 2:55 her Masters in Leadership Studies in January know Favorite quote 2008 from USD as well. She finished with a “Scars remind us where we’ve been. They career 110 appearances with 69 starts, 127 at don’t have to dictate where we’re going” bats and 18 runs for San Diego. Favorite sports team A local from San Diego, she works mainly with the outfield and was San Diego Chargers responsible for developing an extensive throwing improvement program for the athletes she is responsible for. Ramos attended Point Loma High School where she played four years of varsity softball and she played for American Pastime 18 Gold for her travel ball career. Ramos is currently employed by the Department of Navy Human Resources Service Center Southwest located in Downtown San Diego as a Labor Relations Specialist. The primary mission of her division is to represent the Secretary of Navy in administrative proceedings, and to provide labor and employee relations advice and guidance for Navy commands in the Southwest, Northwest, Pacific regions, and in the greater metropolitan area of Washington, D.C.

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2010 SENIORS

22 JENNIFER ELLENBECK

TAYLOR LAWRENCE

# 6 SENIOR PITCHER BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: International Relations

# 5 SENIOR OUTFIELD BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Communications

NOTABLES

NOTABLES 2009 Team Coaches Award 2009: Appeared in 30 games and was a starter for 12 of those games. She split time between the outfield, second base and as a pinch hitter and runner. On April 4th against Sacramento State she was 1-for-2 with a run scored and a sacrifice. 2008: Made four appearances for the Toreros with two as a pinch hitter and two as a pinch runner. Against Bucknell University on March 16th she was 1 for 1 with a run scored. She finished with a .500 batting average. 2007: Transferred from Arizona. High School: Attended Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas, Nevada … As an underclassman, was named Honorable Mention all-league, was Top 25 in Las Vegas for batting average and earned athlete of the month honors … her junior season, she was All State, earning scholar athlete honors and All-Division first team honors … As a senior was All-Division first team, All-State second team and a scholar athlete as she led her team to the Northwest Division title … Was a member of the Las Vegas Lil’ Rebels earning state championships in 2005 and 2006. Personal: Born June 8, 1988 in Fairfax, Virginia … Chose USD for the academics, the location of the university, and the softball team … Will major in Communications and minor in Media Studies … was also recruited by Georgetown … Daughter of Scott and Debbie Lawrence of Las Vegas, Nevada.

2009 All PCSC 2nd Team 2009, 2008, 2007 PCSC All-Academic 2009 Team MVP & Team Community Service Award 2008, 2007 All PCSC Honorable Mention 2007 PCSC Freshman of the Year 2007 Team Rookie of the Year USD Strike Out Leader 2009: Made 47 appearances with 31 of those as a pitcher… Newly crowned AllTime Stikeouts leader... Had two games where she recorded 11 strikeouts (2/8 vs. Miami Ohio and 4/4 vs. Sacramento State)… On April 25th against Santa Clara she pitched 7 innings while allowing only 4 hits and 0 runs while striking out 6… She finished the season with a 2.71 ERA and 144 strikeouts in 175.1 innings pitched. 2008: Played in 54 games… Pitched 34 times posting a 6-20 record with a 3.67 ERA… In 175.2 innings pitched she recorded 104 strikeouts…Against CSU San Marcos she pitched a one-hitter leading the Toreros to a 6-0 victory… She recorded a home run, a double, 2-runs scored, and 3 RBI against Bakersfield on March 29th. 2007: Made 24 appearances with 14 starts as a pitcher, posting a 9-7 record with a 3.64 ERA ... PCSC honorable Mention and Co-Freshman of the year … Recorded 76 strikeouts in 100 innings of work… Pitched back-to-back complete games striking out 17 against Rogers State and Brown University… Was team leader in home runs (5) and walks received (24), generating 27 RBI, 17 runs scored. High School: Played for Poway High as a prep... Won Rookie of the Year award as a freshman... Received All-League Honorable Mention as a sophomore... her junior season was team MVP, First Team All-League, All-CIF and Second Team All-North County... senior season almost mirrored junior season as she was team MVP, First Team All-League, All-CIF and First Team All-North County... Pepsi Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006. Personal: Born on August 23, 1988 to Ed and Cathie Ellenbeck of Poway, California ... Chose USD for its softball program, proximity to home and aesthetics... also recruited by Princeton, Dartmouth, Northwestern and UCSB... also played for San Diego County Breakers Club... International Relations Major. Year ERA W-L 2009 2.71 11-15 2008 3.67 6-20 2007 3.64 9-7 Total 3.29 26-42

Year 2009 2008 Total

Avg .043 .500 .080

AB 23 2 25

R 6 2 8

H 1 1 2

2B 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 0 0 0

BB 4 0 4

SO 6 0 6

Year 2009 2008 2007 Total

Avg .186 .261 .246 .233

AB 113 134 126 373

App GS CG 31 27 18 34 24 14 24 14 8 89 65 40 R 13 24 17 54

H 21 35 31 87

IP H 175.1 173 175.2 214 100 119 451 506

2B 4 6 4 14

3B 0 0 0 0

R ER 92 68 120 92 71 52 283 212

HR 0 6 5 11

RBI 4 23 27 54

BB SO 58 144 66 104 42 76 166 324 BB 18 37 24 79

SO 36 32 35 103


23 # 9 SENIOR PITCHER BAT: L THROW: L MAJOR: Business Administration

# 8 SENIOR SHORTSTOP BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Business Administration

NOTABLES 2009 PCSC All-Academic 2008 Team MVP & Team Best Defensive Player Award 2007 Team Rookie of the Year

2009: Made three appearances on the season and pitched in 2.1 innings… On March 1st against Missouri she pitched one inning of no hit softball while recording 2 strikeouts.

2009: Out due to injury ... Prior to injury, had seven multi-hit games and 26 hits and 12 runs scored. 2008: Played and started in all 53 games for San Diego as the starting shortstop… carried a .326 batting average (58-for-178) while striking out only 17 times over the course of the season… recorded 29 runs, 12 doubles, and three triples… tallied an on-base-percentage of .378 and a slugging percentage of .427… had 17 multi-hit game performances… was one of the most consistent Toreros defensively, committing only 12 errors while recording 109 put-outs and 93 assists. 2007: Played and started in all 50 games … Co-Rookie of the Year in team awards ... Tied for a team leading total of 30 runs scored, along with seven doubles, one home run, and 16 RBI … Led the team with eight stolen bases on ten attempts… Went 4-for-7 with three runs scored, one RBI, and two stolen bases in a double-header against Siena College (2/28/07)… Recorded four consecutive multi-hit games, tallying a total of five runs scored, five RBI, and two doubles in games against CS San Marcos, U. Tennessee Martin, and Fairfield University (3/10/07, 3/11/07, and 3/14/07)… Went 3-for-7 with two RBI, one double, and one home run in a weekend double-header against Rogers State (3/18/07).

2008: Appeared in 23 games as a pitcher while starting 13 of them… Had a season high 6 strikeouts against Santa Clara on April 20th… Pitched 7 innings on four different occasions (2/20, 4/16, 4/19, 5/3) … Finished the season with a 4.16 ERA and 32 strikeouts while pitching 74 innings. 2007: Made eight pitching appearances as a south-paw for the Toreros racking up 12 strikeouts. High School: Played for Royal High... was First Team All-CIF on a team that won D1 CIF Championships her junior year... also named All-Tournament in the Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley Tournaments... was First Team All-CIF for a team that won league her senior season. Personal: Born on September 14, 1987 to Bob and Memori Waers of Simi Valley, California ... Chose USD for its intimate setting, location and softball program... Also recruited by BYU and Hawaii... Played for the SoCal Diamonds who finished top ten in 18 and under Gold Nationals in 2005 ... Business Administration major.

High School: Played for San Luis Obispo High... Batted .366 and was selected First Team All-League and All-County for a 21-5 team her sophomore season... batted .320, was First Team All-League and All-County and Second Team All-CIF her junior season... batted an impressive .419, was selected First Team All-League and All-County her senior season for a team that went 11-5. Also lettered in basketball and volleyball where she received Second Team All-League and Second Team All-County her senior year. Personal: Born on March 23, 1988 to Chris and Kathy Casciola of San Luis Obispo, California ... Chose USD for its size and location... Also recruited by SJSU and Cal Poly... Played for Salinas Wildcats ... Majoring in Business Administration. Year 2009 2008 2007 Total

Avg .260 .326 .261 .287

AB 100 178 165 443

R 12 29 30 71

H 26 58 43 127

2B 3 12 7 22

3B 1 3 0 4

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 5 18 16 39

BB 7 12 5 24

SO 2 17 7 26

Year 2009 2008 2007 Total

ERA W-L 24 0-0 4.16 2-8 7.45 0-0 5.09 2-8

App GS CG 3 0 0 23 13 4 8 0 0 34 13 4

IP 2.1 74 10.1 86.2

H 6 105 18 129

R 8 61 15 84

ER 8 44 11 63

BB 4 24 9 37

SO 4 32 12 48

2010 SENIORS

JESSI WAERS

CAREY CASCIOLA


2010 SENIORS

24 DANIELLE DUHART

ALYSSA LUNA

# 24 SENIOR OUTFIELD BAT: L THROW: R MAJOR: Communications

# 16 SENIOR PITCHER BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Business Administration

NOTABLES 2009 PCSC All-Academic 2009: Made 2 starts while pitching in 8 games… Had her best outing against Santa Clara on April 26th going 7 strong innings. She allowed no runs and only 5 hits with 3 strikeouts while recording the win… Finished the season 2-0 with a 0.58 ERA in 24 innings. 2008: Appeared in 16 games as a pitcher where she started half of them… Had her best start of the season against UC San Diego on February 20th. She pitched 7 innings while allowing only one run while recording 5 strikeouts and picking up the win … Finished the season with 57.2 innings pitched and 38 strikeouts. High School: Attended Herbert Hoover High School where she had a .419 batting average as a senior and had a combined strike out total of 416 in her junior and senior year … Was named MVP her sophomore, junior and senior year … Was a scholar athlete her junior year …. Led her team to semifinals of the playoffs as a senior and a final ranking of third place in Division II softball. Personal: Born June 27, 1988 in Fresno, California … Chose USD for the Academic opportunity and the softball program … Will major in Business Administration …. Was recruited by BYU Hawaii … Daughter of Alice Luna and Jeff Tipton of Fresno, California.

Year 2009 2008 Total

ERA W-L 0.58 2-0 6.43 4-5 4.71 6-5

App GS CG 8 2 1 16 8 1 24 10 2

IP 24 57.2 81.2

H 19 94 113

R 4 58 62

ER 2 53 55

BB 4 21 25

SO 11 38 49

2009: Started 13 games while appearing in a total of 14… Had a season high 3 hits against UC Riverside on February 15th… Had her season cut short due to injury, but had a .286 batting average and .324 OBP in 35 at bats. 2008: Appeared in 56 games and started in all of them… Finished with 39 hits on the season and a .244 batting average in 160 plate appearances. 2007: Made 38 appearances with 25 starts… Recorded five runs for the Toreros. High School: Played for William S. Hart high school ... was AllLeague and Most Improved as an underclassman ... She was given the Captain’s Award her junior year, and received Player of the Year honors as well as All-Tournament Selection as a senior in 2006 ... Helped lead her team to CIF Division I playoffs all four years. Personal: Born January 13, 1988 in Tarzana, California ... Also recruited by Point Loma and Willamette University ... Daughter of Dan and Laurie Duhart who reside in Santa Clarita, California.

Year 2009 2008 2007 Total

Avg .286 .244 .122 .229

AB 35 160 41 236

R 3 17 5 25

H 10 39 5 54

2B 0 0 0 0

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0 0

RBI 2 6 2 10

BB 2 6 2 10

SO 9 33 9 51


25 # 7 JUNIOR FIRST BASE BAT: L THROW: L MAJOR: International Relations

# 3 JUNIOR OUTFIELD BAT: L THROW: R MAJOR: Sociology

NOTABLES 2008 PCSC All-Academic

NOTABLES 2009 All PCSC 2nd Team 2009 PCSC All-Academic 2009: Played in 48 games and started in 45 of them… Had a season high three hits on 3 different occasions (3/14, 3/24, 5/3) … had a four game hit streak as well ... On March 14th she went a perfect 3-for-3… Finished the season with a .327 batting average and 48 hits in 147 at bats. 2008: Appeared in 45 games with 24 of those as a pitcher… In a start against Iowa State on March 15th she pitched 6 innings and had 0 earned runs… She recorded a season high 5 strikeouts against Bucknell on March 16th… As a hitter she recorded her best games against Bakersfield in a double header on March 29th. In the first game she was 3-for-4 with a run scored. In the second game she was 2-for-4 with an RBI and 2 runs scored… On the mound she finished the season with a 3.48 ERA. High School: A three sport athlete from Dos Pueblos High School … played volleyball, basketball, and softball … Earned numerous honors her junior and senior year for basketball and volleyball … Helped lead her team to Channel League Conference Championships her sophomore, junior, and senior year … Won CIF Division 4 Championship as a sophomore, quarterfinalists her junior year, semifinalists her senior year … Second Team all-league her junior year, first team all-league her senior year … Team captain and pitcher of the year as a senior … played for SoCal Pumas club team.

2009: Appeared in 41 games while starting 25 of them… Went a perfect 4-for-4 on March 19th against North Dakota. She had a season high 2RBI, 2 runs scored and a stolen base as well. 2008: Injured in the 2008 season. High School: A graduate of Central Catholic High School, Walsh was named the Oregon State Player of the Year, as well as firstteam all state and second team all American … She led her team to an impressive first place finish in conference as well as a second place finish in state … was named Player of the year for the Mt. Hood Conference … Earned first team all conference her senior year, and second team all conference her junior and sophomore year … was a member of the Oregon Bullets club team. Personal: Born April 7, 1989 in Santa Rosa, California … Chose USD for the Catholic school background and the softball team … Will major in International Relations … was also recruited by Portland State, Sacramento State, Santa Clara, and Yale … Daughter of Tim and Jody Walsh of Portland, Oregon.

Personal: Born April 17, 1989 in Goleta, California … Chose USD for the academics and the location of the school … Will major in Sociology … was also recruited by Colorado State … Daughter of Gary and Mary Gensler of Goleta, California.

Year ERA W-L App GS CG IP H R ER BB SO 2008 3.48 4-7 24 9 2 66.1 103 51 33 18 18 Total 3.48 4-7 24 9 2 66.1 103 51 33 18 18

Year 2009 2008 Total

Avg .327 .229 .286

AB 147 105 252

R 30 14 44

H 48 24 72

2B 3 3 6

3B 1 1 2

HR 0 0 0

RBI 10 5 15

BB 7 5 12

SO 14 13 27

2010 JUNIORS

MEGAN WALSH

KRISTEN GENSLER

Year Avg AB 2009 .183 82 Total .183 82

R H 10 15 10 15

2B 3B HR 1 1 0 1 1 0

RBI 3 3

BB SO 12 21 12 21


2010 JUNIORS / SOPHOMORES

26 KAITLIN HEALY

CELESTE SOTO

# 4 SOPHOMORE PITCHER BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Communications

# 18 JUNIOR THIRD BASE BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Sociology

NOTABLES 2009 Team Defensive Player Award 2008 Team Rookie of the Year Award 2009: Started all 54 games she appeared in almost solely at third base… Had a career best game against LMU on April 19th where she was 3-for-5 with 5 RBI and a home run… Her other best offensive game of the year statistically was March 19th against North Dakota. She was a perfect 3-for-3 with a hit by pitch and 2 RBI. 2008: Appeared in 55 games where she started them all primarily at second base… Had a season high 3 hits against UC Riverside on February 17th… On Feb 16th against UC Riverside she went 2-for-2 with a double, home run, 2 RBI, a run scored and a walk… Finished the season with a .265 batting average and 25 RBI in 151 at bats as well as a .397OBP and .444 slugging percentage. High School: Played for the Buchanan High School in the Tri-River Athletic Conference. Earned all-league, all-state, and rookie of the year awards as an underclassman … Was named all-league and all-valley as a junior leading her team to the valley championship earning runner-up … Earned all-league and all-valley again as a senior including the Bear Award … Played for the Runnin’ Rebels Gold club team … Named a captain and led the team to the AFA National Championship.

2009: Pitched a total of 91 innings for the Toreros with 16 starts and 21 appearances… posted a 6-8 record with an ERA of 4.23… pitched five complete seven-inning games… struck out 41 opposing players while giving up only four home runs over the course of the season… had arguably her best showing of the season by leading the Toreros to a 3-2 win against Utah (2-28-09), allowing only two runs on three hits in a complete game performance… pitched a complete seven-inning game in a 7-4 victory against Portland St. (4-10-09) in which she allowed just three earned runs on five hits… had back-to-back complete games against Loyola Marymount (4-18-09, 4-19-09) in which she allowed only four earned runs on 16 hits while picking up a win and recording five strikeouts in the two game series. High School: Healy pitched at El Camino Real High School, located in Los Angeles, CA … Her school was league champions for 3 straight years (05-07) and they were also city champions in 2005 and finished 2nd in the city in 2006 … She also played on two club teams, So Cal Panthers and San Diego Breakers. Personal: Born on May 16, 1990 in West Hills, California to Pat and Laurie Healy … The small classroom size as well as the environment in San Diego are the reasons she chose to attend USD. She is majoring in Communications.

Personal: Born March 7, 1989 in Bakersfield, California … Chose USD for the academic reputation … Will major in sociology … was also recruited by North Carolina State, University of the Pacific, and Fresno State … Daughter of Jess and Linda Soto of Clovis, California.

Year 2009 2008 Total

Avg .224 .265 .244

AB 161 151 312

R 21 29 50

H 36 40 76

2B 10 9 19

3B 1 0 1

HR 3 6 9

RBI 24 25 49

BB 19 25 44

SO 35 37 72

Year ERA W-L App GS CG IP H R ER BB SO 2009 4.23 6-8 23 16 6 91.0 106 68 55 43 41 Total 4.23 6-8 23 16 6 91.0 106 68 55 43 41


27 # 19 SOPHOMORE INFIELD BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Political Science

# 11 SOPHOMORE CATCHER BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Marketing

NOTABLES PCSC Player of the Week - April 21 Second in Single Season for Homeruns, 6th All-Time 2009: Played and started in all 54 games for the Toreros, acting as the primary Torero catcher… finished with a .258 BA, reaching her highest mark at .276… ended the season with a .376 on-basepercentage as well as a .450 slugging percentage… racked in 39 hits and 23 RBI for the Toreros, along with seven home runs and eight doubles… posted eight multi-hit games… tallied a season-high four RBI while going 2-for-4 including a home run against Portland State (4-10-09)… had a season-high three hits in a contest against Quinnipiac (3-14-09)… was a perfect 2-for2 with 3 RBI, one home run and one double while facing UC San Diego (3-24-09)… began a four game hit streak in a game against Bakersfield (4-15-09) in which she was 2-for-3 with two doubles… went 1-for-3 with a home-run and 2 RBI in a game against Colorado State (2-27-09). High School: Hensley was a catcher for Patrick Henry High School located in San Diego ... As a freshman she was put on the 2nd team all league ... For the next three years she was on 1st team all league ... Her senior year she received the Female Scholar Athlete of the Year award ... Her club team was the San Diego Breakers … She also played volleyball in high school. Personal: Born on January 10, 1990 in San Diego, California to Michael and Tracey Hensley ... Also recruited by San Diego State, Georgia, Iowa State, Penn State, UC Santa Barbara, and Dartmouth ... Chose to come to USD for the location and the team ... Majoring in Marketing.

Year Avg AB R H 2009 .258 151 18 39 Total .258 151 18 39

2B 3B HR 8 0 7 8 0 7

RBI 23 23

BB SO 27 32 27 32

NOTABLES 2009 PCSC Honorable Mention 2009 PCSC All-Academic 2009 Team Rookie of the Year Award 2009: Played and started in all 54 games for San Diego as a middle infielder… produced a .221 batting average along with 27 hits, nine RBI, three doubles, and two home runs… tallied five multi-hit games over the course of the season, including going a perfect 3-for-3 against Loyola Marymount (4-18-09)… had her best hitting performance of the season over a four game span against the Loyola Marymount Lions (4-18-09, 4-19-09) as she went 6-for-11 that included 3 RBI, one double, and one HR. High School: Wineinger played 2nd base at Archbishop Mitty High School located in San Jose, CA … Her freshman year she received the best defense award and the following three years, her team was WCAL and CCS champions ... Her senior year, she made the 2nd team all-league. She also played on two club teams, San Jose Sting and West Bay Nuggets. Personal: Born on February 4, 1990 in Mission Viejo, California to Jeff and Sylvia Wineinger … Also recruited by Santa Clara University … Chose to come to USD not only because of its great location, but also because of the school’s involvement with the community … She is majoring in Political Science with a minor in Spanish.

Year Avg AB R 2009 .221 122 5 Total .221 122 5

H 27 27

2B 3B HR 3 0 2 3 0 2

RBI 9 9

BB SO 8 19 8 19

2010 SOPHOMORES

CATHY WINEINGER

TAYLOR HENSLEY


2010 FRESHMEN

28 CHELSEA KAMAI

ALLISON STALBERGER

# 10 FRESHMAN UTILITY BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Undeclared

# 2 FRESHMAN OUTFIELD BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Undeclared

High School: Attended Riverside Polytechnic…Was on varsity all four years and received scholar athlete award all 4 years… Her junior year the team went made it to Div. I quarterfinals… Her senior year the team made it to Div I semifinals…Also earned letters in golf for two years

High school: Attended Sacred Hearts Academy…Earned varsity letter all four years… Received the Kevin Murphy Guts Award her freshman and junior years…Received Honorable Mention her freshman, junior and senior years… Also competed in soccer

Personal: Goes by Ally…Born on Feb. 28, 1991 in Long Beach to parents Bill and Becky Stalberger… Hometown is Riverside, CA… Played on The Riverside Rookies Club Team… Chose USD for its location, size, beautiful campus, and Catholic values.

Personal: Goes by Kamai or Kewehi… Born on Dec. 10, 1991 in Honolulu, HI to parents Damien and Wendy Kamai… Hometown is Kaneohe, HI… Played on the Altima Club Team… Chose to attend USD because of the academic excellence and nice environment… Also recruited by University of Pacific and University of Washington.

Getting to know Allison...

Getting to know Chelsea...

Nickname: Ally

Nickname: Kamai

Favorite napping spot: I can nap anywhere

Talent I would most like to have: To ballroom dance

Talent I would most like to have: Singing

Least favorite food: Sea urchin

Best book I ever read: Twilight series of course

Most prized possession: Stuffed white tiger

Favorite movie: Love Actually

Best book I ever read: The Dark Elf Trilogy

The place I’d most like to visit: Greece

My favorite class at USD: Latin

Favorite athlete: Phil Michelson

Favorite movie: The Green Mile

Something people would be surprised to know about me:

My favorite thing about the team is: How diverse we are

That I’m directionally challenged

Something people would be surprised to know about me:

Favorite quote: “What lies behind us and what lies before

I’m extremely picky about my closet organization

us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us”

Favorite to spot to eat on campus: Student Life Pavilion

– Ralph Waldo Emerson Role model: My Mom and Dad


29 # 14 FRESHMAN INFIELD BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Biology

#12 FRESHMAN OUTFIELD BAT: L THROW: R MAJOR: Undeclared

High School: Played for Durango High School Trailblazers … Was named First Team All-State, First Team All-Conference as a junior… Was also named the team’s MVP that year … As a sophomore, named to the Second Team All-Conference and team MVP… Competed in volleyball during high school … Played club ball for the Las Vegas Lil’ Rebels.

High School: Attended Heritage High School… Was named MVP her freshman, sophomore, and junior years… Was All League in the Bay Valley Athletic League her sophomore, junior, and senior years… Was All Metro and All State her sophomore and junior years…Her junior year had a batting average of .561, which was the highest in the league and section…Also earned letters in basketball for three years.

Personal: Born on December 24, 1990 to Norman and Deborah Richardson of Las Vegas, Nevada … Chose USD because it offered everything she wanted from a college; beautiful environment, a Division I softball program and a great education … also recruited by UNLV, Nevada-Reno, Long Island University, Harvard, and Whittier College … Plans to major in International Relations.

Personal: Born on January 22, 1991 in Walnut Creek, CA… Hometown is Brentwood, CA… Her mom competed in swimming at Cal…Her dad competed in wrestling at San Jose State University… Played on the All American Sports Academy Club Team…Chose USD because of the location, sports and academics… Was also recruited by UCSB, UCSD, and Seattle University.

Getting to know Danielle...

Getting to know Mickell...

Least favorite food: Peas

Nickname: Mick

When I’m not playing softball, I’m: Doing something out-

Talent I would most like to have: To be able to fly

doors

Least favorite food: Tomatoes

Best book I ever read: Piercing the Darkness

Best book I ever read: The Twilight Saga

My favorite class at USD has been: Psychology

Favorite movie: Pineapple Express

The place I’d like to most visit: Ireland

The place I’d most like to visit: Europe

Favorite type of food: Steak

I’m most thankful for: My supportive family and friends

Favorite athlete: Jessica Mendoza

Favorite quote: “Good, better, best. Never let it rest until

Something people would be surprised to know about me: I love

your good is better, and your better is best”.

to read and write poetry

Role model: My Mom and Dad

Favorite sports team: Dallas Cowboys

Favorite spot to eat on campus: La Paloma

Favorite spot to eat on campus: Student Life Pavilion

2010 FRESHMEN

MICKELL ESCOBAR

DANIELLE RICHARDSON


2010 FRESHMEN

30 LAUREN TOMEY

KIMBERLEE SHIMIZU

# 17 FRESHMAN OUTFIELD BAT:L THROW: L MAJOR: Undeclared

# 15 FRESHMAN CATCHER BAT: L THROW: L MAJOR: Biology

High School: Attended Lahainaluna High School… Earned 3 varsity letters…Was 2nd team All League her sophomore, junior and senior years… Also received a varsity letter for volleyball. Personal: Goes by PoPo… Born in Wailuku, HI to parents Vincent and Maxine Shimizu… Played on the Lahaina Girls and Kaikamahine Club Teams… Chose USD because it is a convenient distance from home, beautiful campus, good engineering program, and the opportunity to earn a Bachelors of Science and a Bachelors of Arts in 4 ½ years… Also recruited by Alcorn State University, Southwestern University, Milwaukee School of Engineering, and Cornell College.

High School: Attended Francis W. Parker High School… Earned 4 varsity letters… Team was CIF Div. IV champions 2006-2009… Received the “Rookie of the Year” award her freshman year… Was 1st team All-CIF in 2007 and 2009… Received the “Parker Power Award” in 2009. Personal: Born on June 17, 1991 in San Diego, CA to parents Jim and Annemieke Tomey… Played on the San Diego Power Surge Club Team… Chose to attend USD because of the academics and the location.

Getting to know Kimberlee...

Getting to know Lauren...

Nickname: Po Po

Nickname: Lo

Favorite napping spot: In the shade under a coconut tree

Least favorite food: Beets

with no coconuts

Best book I ever read: The Time Traveler’s Wife

Most prized possession: Lady bug pendant

My favorite place on USD Campus is: Aromas

When I’m not playing softball, I’m: Hitting up the beach

Favorite movie: Remember The Titans

My favorite class at USD has been: Engineering

My favorite thing about the team is: The girls

The place I’d most like to visit: Kyoto

The place I’d most like to visit: Greece

Favorite athlete: Shane Victorino

Something people would be surprised to know about me:

Something people would be surprised to know about me:

I’ve been to Europe five times

That I don’t have my license

Favorite quote: “Be more concerned with your character

Favorite quote: “One cannot discover new oceans unless

than your reputation, because your character is what you

one is willing and able to lose sight of the shore”.

really are, while your reputation is merely what others

Role model: My parents

think you are” Favorite sports team: Los Angeles Lakers


31 CHELSEA VELOVICH

# 23 FRESHMAN CATCHER BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Biology, Psychology

High School: Played for Francis Parker High School in the Coastal League South ... Earned Coaches Award as a senior, Best Defensive as a junior and sophomore, and Best Offensive as a freshman ... Was CIF Division 4 Champions during her time at Francis Parker also earning four Coastal League championships ... Also competed in Soccer and Cross Country. Personal: Born on March 8, 1991 to Ellen and Bob Svatos of San Diego, California ... Chose USD to be close to home and receive a good education ... Transferred from USC but did not compete in athletics ... Will major in Biology and Psychology.

# 25 FRESHMAN PITCHER BAT: R THROW: R MAJOR: Undeclared

High School: Played for West Hills High School in the Grossmont North League … Was given the Coaches award, named to the First Team All-Grossmont League as a senior … She earned Second Team All-League honors In her junior and sophomore seasons … Was named the teams Rookie of the Year as a freshman … Also competed in volleyball during high school … Played for the San Diego Breakers club team. Personal: Born on March 12, 1991 to Chris and Michelle Velovich of Santee, California … Chose USD because she wanted to stay close to home and get a great education at the same time … also recruited by University of Pennsylvania, Long Beach State, and Weber State … Undeclared major.

Getting to know Kierstie...

Getting to know Chelsea...

Talent I would most like to have: An amazing singing

Most prized possession: My bottle of Tabasco…or my dog

voice

Best book I ever read: Hamlet

Least favorite food: Raisins

My favorite class at USD has been: Psychology

When I’m not playing softball, I’m: Hanging out with my

Favorite movie: The Princess Bride

little sister

Favorite type of food: Mexican

Best book I ever read: The Giving Tree

Favorite athlete: Darren Sproles

My favorite place on USD campus is: Maher balcony

Favorite quote: “The best way to prepare for life is to

overlooking Mission Bay

begin to live”.

The place I’d most like to visit: South Africa

Role model: My mom!

Favorite type of food: Mexican food

Favorite sports team: San Diego Chargers

Role model: My Aunt, Jan

Favorite spot to eat on campus: Mission’s Café. All about

Favorite sports team: San Diego Chargers

the tomato bisque

Favorite spot to eat on campus: Aromas

2010 FRESHMEN

KIERSTIE SVATOS


32 SENIORS (l-r): Jessi Waers Danielle Duhart Carey Casciola Jennifer Ellenbeck Taylor Lawrence Alyssa Luna

JUNIORS (l-r): Celeste Soto Megan Walsh Kristen Gensler

SOPHOMORES (l-r): Taylor Hensley Kaitlin Healy Cathy Wineinger

FRESHMEN (l-r): Danielle Richardson Lauren Tomey Chelsea Velovich Mickell Escobar Kimberlee Shimizu Allison Stalberger Chelsea Kamai


CAREER RECORDS

34 BATTING Games Played

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Collo, Shaunna Quentin, Jade Geis, Nicky Beauchamp, Jeanne Milo, Jennifer Lees, Gretchen Bisera, Stephanie Valenzuela, Nichole McFarland, Gina Clarke, Kristy Nunes, Ashlee Smith, Debbie

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Collo, Shaunna Quentin, Jade Beauchamp, Jeanne Milo, Jennifer Lees, Gretchen Geis, Nicky Nunes, Ashlee McFarland, Gina Mason, Sara Andrews, June Smith, Debbie Valenzuela, Nichole

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Collo, Shaunna Quentin, Jade Milo, Jennifer Smith, Trisha Lees, Gretchen Nunes, Ashlee Beauchamp, Jeanne McFarland, Gina Smith, Debbie Cisneros, Laura

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Weinshein, Jeanne Andrews, June Quentin, Jade Cisneros, Laura Collo, Shaunna Straub, Angie Smith, Trisha Beauchamp, Jeanne Berdan, Sarah Lees, Gretchen

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Collo, Shaunna Milo, Jennifer Weinshein, Jeanne Quentin, Jade Smith, Trisha Smith, Debbie Andrews, June Cisneros, Laura Reinard, Melissa McFarland, Gina

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9

Mason, Sara Bonja, Kathleen Quentin, Jade Fleet, Lindsey Delpit, Jennifer McFarland, Gina Weinshein, Jeanne Casciola, Carey Valenzuela, Nichole Milo, Jennifer Reinard, Aimee Collo, Shaunna

1 2 3 4 6 8

Weinshein, Jeanne Reinard, Melissa Reinard, Aimee Quentin, Jade Tucker, Trisha Mason, Sara Collo, Shaunna McFarland, Gina

1997-00 1998-01 1999-02 1995-98 1994-97 1994-97 1999-02 2005-08 2003-06 1999-02 2003-06 1993-96

Games Started

1997-00 1998-01 1995-98 1994-97 1994-97 1999-02 2003-06 2003-06 2003-06 1989-92 1993-96 2005-08

At Bats

1997-00 1998-01 1994-97 1994-97 1994-97 2002-06 1995-98 2003-06 1993-96 1990-93

Runs

Hits

235 232 219 208 206 201 200 189 186 186 185 185 233 229 207 206 198 196 185 185 182 182 181 179

163 134 117 111 109 105 103 102 98 95

1997-00 1994-97 1986-89 1998-01 1994-97 1993-96 1989-92 1990-93 1991-94 2003-06

232 223 214 197 178 176 168 167 166 165

2003-06 2005-06 1998-01 2008-09 2001-04 2003-06 1986-89 2007- 2005-08 1994-97 1991-94 1997-00

Triples

1986-89 1991-94 1991-94 1998-01 1998-99 2003-06 1997-00 2003-06

Cisneros, Laura Milo, Jennifer Smith, Trisha Morrison, Katy

1990-93 1994-97 1994-97 1999-00

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Weinshein, Jeanne Mason, Sara Ellenbeck, Jennifer Soto, Celeste Reinard, Aimee Straub, Angie Treiber, Danielle Quentin, Jade Galloway, Cheryl Fleet, Lindsey Taylor Hensley Reinard, Melissa Cisneros, Laura Morrison, Katy Smith, Debbie Bonja, Kathleen

Home Runs

1986-89 2003-06 2006- 2008- 1991-94 1990-93 2004-07 1998-01 1982-83 2008-09 2009- 1991-94 1990-93 1999-00 1993-96 2005-07

10 9 9 9 19 12 11 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 5 5 5 5

33 31 28 27 26 26 24 22 22 22 22 21 27 25 22 18 18 12 12 10

3 5 6 7 8 9 10

Mason, Sara Berdan, Sarah Ellenbeck, Jennifer Weinshein, Jeanne Beauchamp, Jeanne Ferl, Jamie Nunes, Ashlee Lees, Gretchen

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Weinshein, Jeanne Quentin, Jade Collo, Shaunna Milo, Jennifer Mason, Sara Reinard, Aimee Reinard, Melissa Smith, Trisha Smith, Debbie Cisneros, Laura

2003-06 1987-90 2006- 1986-89 1995-98 1986-89 2003-06 1994-97

Total Bases

1986-89 1998-01 1997-00 1994-97 2003-06 1991-94 1991-94 1994-97 1993-96 1990-93

Batting Average (Min. 250 AB) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Weinshein, Jeanne Straub, Angie Doria, Julie Milo, Jennifer Fleet, Lindsey Fritsch, Virginia Reinard, Melissa Goodwin, Lisa Bonja, Kathleen Tucker, Trisha

1986-89 1990-93 1990-92 1994-97 2008-09 2006-07 1991-94 1992-93 2005-06 1998-99

80 80 79 73 68 67 65 64

4 5 6 8 9 10

Ziomkowski, Lisa Lopez, Amy Ellenbeck Russell, Anna Savage, Hillary Harmonson, Erin Stanbra, Mary Haake, Christina

349 282 280 266 252 250 249 223 222 216

1 2 3

Lopez, Amy Haake, Christina Russell, Anna McFarland, Gina Wasilewski, Tiffany Marino, Andrea Quentin, Jade Velke, Misty Delpit, Jennifer

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Norman, Colleen Wasilewski, Tiffany Marino, Andrea Ellenbeck, Jennifer Lopez, Amy Ziomkowski, Lisa Haake, Christina Quentin, Jade Russell, Anna Harmonson, Erin

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Ellenbeck, Jennifer Norman, Colleen Quentin, Jade Haake, Christina Lopez, Amy Harmonson, Erin Velke, Misty Russell, Anna Marino, Andrea Ziomkowski, Lisa

1 2 3 4 5 6

Wasilewski, Tiffany Lopez, Amy Norman, Colleen Ellenbeck, Jennifer Marino, Andrea Savage, Hillary Russell, Anna Velke, Misty Harmonson, Erin McFarland, Gina Ziomkowski, Lisa Egan, Tasha Romo, Diane Haake, Christina

0.452 0.380 0.371 0.355 0.349 0.348 0.346 0.342 0.335 0.322

Slugging Percentage (Min. 250 AB)

741 651 629 598 582 577 572 558 554 551

1986-89 1989-92 1998-01 1990-93 1997-00 1990-93 1994-97 1995-98 1987-90 1994-97

Doubles

10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Sara Mason, a catcher and third base, holds the career record for doubles with 33 and is second on career homeruns with 12. Runs Batted In

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10

Weinshein, Jeanne Milo, Jennifer Reinard, Aimee Cisneros, Laura Reinard, Melissa Collo, Shaunna Mason, Sara Waynick, Debbie Quentin, Jade Smith, Debbie

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Straub, Angie Weinshein, Jeanne Shega, Jomi Whitaker, Kathy Smith, Trisha Andrews, June Collo, Shaunna Beauchamp, Jeanne Lees, Gretchen Doria, Julie

1 2 3 4 5 7 8

Straub, Angie Weinshein, Jeanne Collo, Shaunna Shega, Jomi Whitaker, Kathy Smith, Trisha Andrews, June Beauchamp, Jeanne Lees, Gretchen Doria, Julie

1 2

Quentin, Jade Andrews, June

1986-89 1994-97 1991-94 1990-93 1991-94 1997-00 2003-06 1984-87 1998-01 1993-96

Stolen Bases

1990-93 1986-89 1993-97 1982-85 1994-97 1989-92 1997-00 1995-98 1994-97 1990-92

Stolen Base Attempts 1990-93 1986-89 1997-00 1993-97 1982-85 1994-97 1989-92 1995-98 1994-97 1990-92

Walks

1998-01 1989-92

153 126 115 100 96 86 81 81 80 71 78 77 38 37 35 33 32 29 28 28 85 73 47 44 42 42 41 38 38 38 109 82

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Weinshein, Jeanne Reinard, Melissa Straub, Angie Tucker, Trisha Fleet, Lindsey Reinard, Aimee Fritsch, Virginia Mason, Sara Morrison, Katy Bonja, Kathleen

1986-89 1991-94 1990-93 1998-99 2008-09 1991-94 2006-07 2003-06 1999-00 2005-07

0.738 0.519 0.510 0.509 0.500 0.496 0.485 0.482 0.443 0.439

PITCHING Wins

Wasilewski, Tiffany Norman, Colleen Marino, Andrea Ziomkowski, Lisa Lopez, Amy Savage, Hillary Quentin, Jade Haake, Christina Ellenbeck, Jennifer Velke, Misty Harmonson, Erin

1990-93 1995-98 1993-96 1987-89 1999-00 1990-93 1998-01 2004-07 2006- 1999 2003-06

Appearances

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Norman, Colleen Wasilewski, Tiffany Haake, Christina Quentin, Jade Marino, Andrea Russell, Anna Harmonson, Erin Ellenbeck, Jennifer Lopez, Amy Ziomkowski, Lisa McFarland, Gina Savage, Hillary

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10

Norman, Colleen Wasilewski, Tiffany Marino, Andrea Quentin, Jade Russell, Anna Haake, Christina Ellenbeck, Jennifer Harmonson, Erin Lopez, Amy Ziomkowski, Lisa Savage, Hillary

1 3

Norman, Colleen Wasilewski, Tiffany Marino, Andrea

1995-98 1990-93 2004-07 1998-01 1993-96 2001-04 2003-06 2006- 1999-00 1987-89 2003-06 1990-93

Games Started

1995-98 1990-93 1993-96 1998-01 2001-04 2004-06 2006- 2003-06 1999-00 1987-89 1990-93

Complete Games 1995-98 1990-93 1993-96

60 47 38 37 35 34 30 26 26 25 23 138 104 100 96 95 94 89 89 87 71 70 70 109 87 73 70 69 65 65 64 63 63 58 79 79 59

1987-89 1999-00 2006- 2001-04 1990-93 2003-06 1983-85 2004-07

Saves

1999-00 2004-07 2001-04 2003-06 1990-93 1993-96 1998-01 1999 2001-04

Innings Pitched

1995-98 1990-93 1993-96 2006- 1999-00 1987-89 2004-07 1998-01 2001-04 2003-06

Strikeouts

2006- 1995-98 1998-01 2004-07 1999-00 2003-06 1999 2001-04 1993-96 1987-89

Shutouts

1990-93 1999-00 1995-98 2006- 1993-96 1990-93 2001-04 1999 2003-06 2003-06 1987-89 1997 1985-86 2004-07

54 43 40 40 40 29 27 24 9 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 715.7 609 530.3 451 449.7 438.3 433.2 419.3 418.7 385.1 324 311 281 272 271 239 235 181 163 158 20 13 10 7 7 7 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 4

Earned Run Average (Min. 200 IP)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Wasilewski, Tiffany Lopez, Amy Stanbra, Mary Quentin, Jade Ziomkowski, Lisa McFarland, Gina Savage, Hillary Russell, Anna Haake, Christina Marino, Andrea

1990-93 1999-00 1983-85 1998-01 1987-89 2003-06 1990-93 2001-03 2004-07 1993-96

1.37 1.43 2.09 2.35 2.62 2.66 2.93 3.01 3.02 3.05

* Not all records are complete (missing pre1982 and part of 1988 statistics)


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

Games Played

Quentin, Jade Collo, Shaunna Tucker, Trisha Morrison, Katy Collo, Shaunna Cane, Mary Ann Quentin, Jade Milo, Jennifer Collo, Shaunna Five players tied

1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 1999 2000 1997 1997

Games Started

Quentin, Jade Collo, Shaunna Morrison, Katy Collo, Shaunna Milo, Jennifer Tucker, Trisha Cane, Mary Ann Quentin, Jade Collo, Shaunna Beauchamp, Jeanne

At Bats

Collo, Shaunna Quentin, Jade Collo, Shaunna Morrison, Katy Collo, Shaunna Smith, Trisha Bonja, Kathleen Casciola, Carey Cane, Mary Ann Smith, Trisha Tucker, Trisha Collo, Shaunna

Runs

1 3 4 5 6 7

Weinshein, Jeanne Weinshein, Jeanne Quentin, Jade Straub, Angie Collo, Shaunna Weinshein, Jeanne Andrews, June Andrews, June Andrews, June Feijoo, Jayme

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10

Weinshein, Jeanne Milo, Jennifer Collo, Shaunna Collo, Shaunna Tucker, Trisha Morrison, Katy Quentin, Jade Weinshein, Jeanne Collo, Shaunna Smith, Trisha

1 2 3 3 4 5 1 2 6 8

Hits

1999 1999 1999 2000 1997 1999 1999 2000 1997 1997

Triples

Weinshein, Jeanne Tucker, Trisha Tucker, Trisha Weinshein, Jeanne Reinard, Melissa Reinard, Aimee Carnes, Katy Mason, Sara Reinard, Aimee Quentin, Jade Reinard, Melissa

64 63 60 58 58 57 57 57 57 57

1999 1999 1997 1999 2000 1995 2008 2008 1999 1997 1998 1998

206 181 181 179 179 179 179 178 176 176 176 175

1989 1987 1999 1991 1997 1986 1989 1991 1992 1986

49 49 48 45 42 39 37 37 37 37

1989 1997 1997 1999 1998 1999 1999 1987 1998 1995

71 70 69 68 67 65 61 60 60 59

Doubles

Fleet, Lindsey Bonja, Kathleen Weinshein, Jeanne Fritsch, Virginia Valenzuela, Nichole Collo, Shaunna Galloway, Cheryl Casciola, Carey Tucker, Trisha Myers, P.J. Mason, Sara Soto, Celeste

65 63 61 61 59 59 58 58 58

2008 2005 1987 2007 2007 1998 1982 2008 1998 1989 2006 2009

18 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 11 10 10 10

1987 1998 1999 1986 1993 1993 1998 2004 1991 1999 1991

10 9 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7

Home Runs

1 Weinshein, Jeanne 2 Hensley, Taylor 3 Weinshein, Jeanne Soto, Celeste Ellenbeck, Jennifer 4 Fleet, Lindsey Mason, Sara Weinshein, Jeanne Galloway, Cheryl Morrison, Katy Christman, Sally Ellenbeck, Jennifer 3 tied at 4 home runs

Runs Batted In

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10

Weinshein, Jeanne Weinshein, Jeanne Weinshein, Jeanne Milo, Jennifer Fleet, Lindsey Reinard, Aimee Milo, Jennifer Myers, P.J. Galloway, Cheryl Five players tied

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Weinshein, Jeanne Straub, Angie Weinshein, Jeanne Straub, Angie Straub, Angie Doria, Julie Byrne, Cristina Shega, Jomi Smith, Trisha

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9

1989 1987 1986 1997 2008 1992 1995 1989 1982

Stolen Bases

1987 1991 1989 1993 1990 1991 2000 1994 1994

Pitcher Andrea Marino, 1994 Stolen Base Attempts Weinshein, Jeanne Straub, Angie Weinshein, Jeanne Straub, Angie Straub, Angie Doria, Julie Byrne, Cristina Smith, Trisha Shega, Jomi Galloway, Cheryl

Walks

1 Quentin, Jade 2 McNamara, M. 3 Ellenbeck, Jennifer 4 Quentin, Jade 5 Mason, Sara 6 Hensley, Taylor 7 Andrews, June Anderson, Linda 7 tied at 25 walks

1 2 3

1989 2009 1986 2008 2008 2008 2004 1987 1982 2000 1984 2007

48 45 41 40 38 37 35 35 34

31 29 25 22 21 19 18 16 16

1987 1991 1989 1990 1993 1991 2000 1994 1994 1982

33 31 28 25 22 22 20 19 17 17

1999 1982 2008 1998 2006 2009 1989 1982

47 43 37 32 30 27 26 26

Total Bases

Weinshein, Jeanne Weinshein, Jeanne Tucker, Trisha

8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

1987 1989 1998

108 107 105

4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Weinshein, Jeanne Fleet, Lindsey Mason, Sara Quentin, Jade Morrison, Katy Galloway, Cheryl Milo, Jennifer Collo, Shaunna

1986 2008 2004 1999 1999 1982 1997 1997

90 89 87 87 85 82 81 81

Batting Average (Min. 100 AB) Weinshein, Jeanne Weinshein, Jeanne Weinshein, Jeanne Doria, Julie Milo, Jennifer Straub, Angie Wasilewski, Tiffany Fritsch, Virginia Doria, Julie Collo, Shaunna Tucker, Trisha

1987 1986 1989 1991 1997 1991 1990 2007 1990 1997 1998

0.492 0.452 0.415 0.409 0.402 0.395 0.392 0.390 0.386 0.381 0.381

Slugging Percentage (Min. 100 AB)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Weinshein, Jeanne Weinshein, Jeanne Galloway, Cheryl Weinshein, Jeanne Tucker, Trisha Mason, Sara Reinard, Aimee Reinard, Aimee Christman, Sally Fritsch, Virginia

1987 1986 1982 1989 1998 2004 1993 1992 1984 2007

0.885 0.783 0.707 0.626 0.597 0.576 0.573 0.562 0.537 0.537

10

Reinard, Melissa

1992

0.535

PITCHING Wins

1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9

Velke, Misty Marino, Andrea Wasilewski, Tiffany Wasilewski, Tiffany Ziomkowski, Lisa Lopez, Amy Lopez, Amy Norman, Colleen Egan, Tasha

1 2 3 5 9 10

Lopez, Amy Marino, Andrea Lopez, Amy Norman, Colleen Velke, Misty Norman, Colleen Egan, Tasha Norman, Colleen Ellenbeck, Jennifer Marino, Andrea Ziomkowski, Lisa

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9

Marino, Andrea Lopez, Amy Lopez, Amy Norman, Colleen Velke, Misty Ziomkowski, Lisa Norman, Colleen Egan, Tasha Ellenbeck, Jennifer Norman, Colleen Marino, Andrea Wasilewski, Tiffany

1999 1994 1991 1992 1989 2000 1999 1998 1997

Appearances

Starts

2000 1994 1999 1996 1999 1998 1997 1997 2008 1995 1989

49 41 38 38 36 36 36 36 34 33 33

1994 1999 2000 1997 1999 1989 1998 1997 2009 1996 1995 1992

33 32 31 30 29 29 28 27 27 26 26 26

Complete Games

1 2 5 8 10

Marino, Andrea Wasilewski, Tiffany Wasilewski, Tiffany Ziomkowski, Lisa Lopez, Amy Velke, Misty Norman, Colleen Lopez, Amy Norman, Colleen Marino, Andrea Ures, Lisa

1

Lopez, Amy

Saves

25 23 21 19 19 18 17 15 14

1994 1992 1991 1989 1999 1999 1996 2000 1997 1995 1984

28 24 24 24 22 22 22 21 21 20 20

2000

5

2 3 4

Lopez, Amy Russell, Anna Delpit, Jennifer Velke, Misty Marino, Andrea Wasilewski, Tiffany McFarland, Gina Haake, Christina

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Lopez, Amy Marino, Andrea Lopez, Amy Ziomkowski, Lisa Velke, Misty Norman, Colleen Norman, Colleen Norman, Colleen Marino, Andrea Egan, Tasha

1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Velke, Misty Ellenbeck, Jennifer Lopez, Amy Lopez, Amy Egan, Tasha Norman, Colleen Ellenbeck, Jennifer Quentin, Jade Quentin, Jade Haake, Christina

1 2 5 7 10

Wasilewski, Tiffany Lopez, Amy Marino, Andrea Wasilewski, Tiffany Velke, Misty Lopez, Amy Russell, Anna Egan, Tasha Norman, Colleen Norman, Colleen Wasilewski, Tiffany Savage, Hillary Ziomkowski, Lisa

1999 2001 2001 1999 1993 1990 2006 2006

Innings Pitched 2000 1994 1999 1989 1999 1996 1997 1998 1995 1997

Strikeouts

1999 2009 1999 2000 1997 1998 2008 1998 2000 2007

Shutouts

1991 2000 1994 1992 1999 1999 2004 1997 1997 1998 1993 1990 1989

4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 243 240.3 206.7 206 199 191 188 182.7 179 178.3 235 144 142 129 125 117 104 98 90 88 9 7 7 7 6 6 4 4 4 3 3 3 3

Erin Harmonson, a pitcher from 2003-06, is in seven different career records for her four years as a Torero. Earned Run Average (Min. 100 IP)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Wasilewski, Tiffany Velke, Misty Lopez, Amy Wasilewski, Tiffany Wasilewski, Tiffany Ziomkowski, Lisa Lopez, Amy Dykstra, Michelle Wasilewski, Tiffany Quentin, Jade

1993 1999 2000 1991 1992 1989 1999 1983 1990 1998

0.65 1.16 1.30 1.37 1.44 1.53 1.59 1.74 1.78 2.01

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

BATTING


SEASON RESULTS

36 2009 (21-33) Date Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 Mar. 01 Mar. 01 Mar. 08 Mar. 08 Mar. 11 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 19 Mar. 24 Mar. 27 Mar. 27 Apr. 01 Apr. 04 Apr. 04 Apr. 05 Apr. 05 Apr. 08 Apr. 10 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 11 Apr. 15 Apr. 15 Apr. 18 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 19 Apr. 25 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 26 May 02 May 02 May 03 May 03

Opponent Result vs. Tulsa L, 6-0 UC Riverside L, 8-3 vs. Colorado State L, 2-0 vs. UC Riverside L, 8-7 vs. Colorado State L, 4-2 vs. Boise State W, 5-4 Long Beach State L, 1-0 Colorado State L, 9-1 vs. Boise State L, 2-1 San Diego State L, 1-0 vs. Colorado State W, 3-1 vs. Utah W, 3-2 vs. UC Davis L, 5-0 vs. Missouri L, 9-0 vs. UCLA L, 13-0 vs. Miami(Ohio) L, 1-0 vs. Miami(Ohio) L, 4-3 UC Santa Barbara L, 2-0 UC Santa Barbara L, 8-0 vs. Connecticut L, 4-3 vs. Iowa State W, 3-2 vs. Oklahoma State L, 4-0 vs. Quinnipiac W, 3-2 vs. N. Colorado L. 2-1 vs. Texas Tech L, 2-1 vs. North Dakota W, 9-1 vs. North Dakota W, 8-3 UC San Diego W, 6-4 vs. CSU San Marcos W, 4-2 vs. CSU San Marcos L, 4-2 vs. San Diego State L, 2-0 Sacramento State W, 7-6^ Sacramento State L, 11-2^ Sacramento State L, 11-0^ Sacramento State L, 13-6^ UC San Diego W, 8-5 vs. Portland State W, 6-4^ vs. Portland State W, 7-4^ vs. Portland State L, 10-3^ vs. Portland State L, 1-0^ vs. Bakersfield L, 5-2 vs. Bakersfield L, 12-3 Loyola Marymount W, 5-2^ Loyola Marymount W, 4-1^ Loyola Marymount W, 10-2^ Loyola Marymount L, 3-2^ Santa Clara W, 4-0^ Santa Clara L, 3-1^ Santa Clara W, 3-2^ Santa Clara W, 6-0^ vs. Saint Mary’s L, 2-0^ vs. Saint Mary’s L, 6-2^ vs. Saint Mary’s W, 4-3^ vs. Saint Mary’s W, 4-2^

2008 (16-40) Date Opponent Result Feb. 8 vs. Stanford L, 4-0 Feb. 9 vs. Ill.-Chicago L, 9-1 (5) Feb. 9 vs. Long Beach St. L, 6-0 Feb. 10 vs. Illinois-Chicago L, 1-0 Feb. 16 at UC Riverside W, 7-0 Feb. 16 vs. Creighton L, 8-2 Feb. 17 at N. Colorado L, 5-3 Feb. 17 at UC Riverside W, 10-5 Feb. 20 vs. UC San Diego W, 4-1 Feb. 20 vs. UC San Diego L, 6-5 Feb. 23 vs. Marshall L, 6-4 Feb. 27 vs. E. Michigan W, 5-0 Feb. 27 vs. E. Michigan L, 10-3 Feb. 28 vs. Oregon L, 2-0 Feb. 29 vs. UCLA L, 10-0 (6) Feb. 29 vs. E. Michigan L, 1-0 (10) Mar. 1 vs. St. Peter’s W, 3-2 Mar. 1 vs. Harvard W, 7-1 Mar. 2 vs. CS Bakersfield L, 5-2 Mar. 7 vs. Pacific W, 5-4 Mar. 7 vs. San Diego St. W, 6-4 Mar. 8 vs. UC Davis L, 4-3 Mar. 8 vs. Utah W, 8-4 Mar. 9 at Arizona State L, 14-0 (5) Mar. 12 vs. CS San Marcos W, 6-0 Mar. 14 vs. Utah L, 14-6 Mar. 14 vs. Texas A&M L, 9-0 Mar. 15 vs. ISU L, 1-0 Mar. 15 vs. New Mexico St. L, 6-1 Mar. 16 vs. Bucknell W, 5-3 Mar. 16 vs. Bucknell W, 7-0 Mar. 18 at San Diego St. L, 7-3 Mar. 27 vs. CS San Marcos L, 2-1 Mar. 29 at CS Bakersfield L, 13-7 Mar. 29 at CS Bakersfield W, 10-1 (5) Apr. 5 at Portland State L, 7-4 Apr. 5 at Portland State L, 6-5 Apr. 6 at Portland State L, 9-1 Apr. 6 at Portland State L, 8-5 Apr. 12 vs. LMU W, 1-0 Apr. 12 vs. LMU L, 7-3 (10) Apr. 13 vs. LMU L, 1-0 (10) Apr. 13 vs. LMU L, 1-0 Apr. 16 vs. San Diego St. L, 3-1 Apr. 19 vs. Santa Clara L, 5-4 Apr. 19 vs. Santa Clara W, 9-5 Apr. 20 vs. Santa Clara W, 5-3 Apr. 20 vs. Santa Clara L, 1-0 Apr. 26 at Saint Mary’s L, 3-2 Apr. 26 at Saint Mary’s L, 5-1 Apr. 27 at Saint Mary’s L, 8-5 Apr. 27 at Saint Mary’s L, 2-1 May 3 vs. Sacramento St. L, 12-1 May 3 vs. Sacramento St. L, 6-3 May 4 vs. Sacramento St. L, 20-3 May 4 vs. Sacramento St. L, 9-1 (6)

Infielder Cathy Wineinger

2007 (24-26) Date Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 Mar. 2 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 8 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 11 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. 18 Mar. 24 Mar. 24 Mar. 31 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 14 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 15 Apr. 18 Apr. 21 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 22 Apr. 28 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 Apr. 29 May 5 May 5 May 6 May 6

Opponent Result vs. San Jose St. L, 7-2 vs. N. Colorado W, 9-0 vs. UC Riverside L, 10-2 vs. CS San Marcos W, 8-0 vs. Oregon L, 7-4 vs. Siena W, 9-2 vs. North Dakota St. W, 5-3 vs. Oregon L, 6-0 vs. Long Beach St. W, 8-4 vs. Siena W, 8-0 vs. Siena W, 4-0 vs. Memphis L, 4-2 vs. UTEP L, 4-3 vs. UC Riverside L, 7-6 vs. CS Northridge L, 5-2 vs. Memphis L, 5-2 vs. San Diego St. L, 4-1 vs. CS San Marcos W, 4-3 vs. Tenn.-Martin W, 5-3 vs. Tenn.-Martin W, 4-3 vs. Fairfield W, 14-4 vs. Fairfield W, 4-3 at Oklahoma St. L, 8-2 at Oklahoma St. L, 10-2 at Oklahoma St. L, 8-5 at Rogers St. W, 5-2 at Rogers St. W, 5-1 vs. Brown W, 2-1 vs. Brown W, 1-0 at LMU W, 4-2 at LMU L, 4-0 at LMU L, 13-2 at LMU L, 10-0 at Santa Clara W, 3-0 at Santa Clara L, 2-1 (8) at Santa Clara W, 5-0 at Santa Clara W, 9-8 (10) at San Diego St. L, 10-7 vs. Saint Mary’s L, 5-4 vs. Saint Mary’s W, 4-2 vs. Saint Mary’s L, 5-0 vs. Saint Mary’s L, 5-4 at Sacramento St. L, 9-1 (6) at Sacramento St. L, 7-1 at Sacramento St. L, 7-1 at Sacramento St. W, 3-1 vs. Portland St. L, 1-0 vs. Portland St. L, 12-1 vs. Portland St. W, 5-4 vs. Portland St. W, 7-4

2005 (18-24)

2006 (22-24) Date Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 18 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Mar. 01 Mar. 09 Mar. 09 Mar. 10 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 16 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 17 Mar. 26 Mar. 26 Apr. 08 Apr. 08 Apr. 09 Apr. 09 Apr. 14 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 23 Apr. 29 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 Apr. 30 May 06 May 06 May 07 May 07

Pitcher Jennifer Ellenbeck

Opponent UC Riverside$ Saint Mary’s$ San Jose State$ San Jose State$ San Diego State Vanguard Vanguard UC San Diego UC San Diego Utah State Nevada-Reno# Utah State# Nevada-Reno# UC Riverside# San Diego State Oregon State% Ball State% Washington% UCF% Fresno State% Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Utah Valley State Utah Valley State UC Riverside UC Riverside Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Saint Mary’s^ Saint Mary’s^ Saint Mary’s^ Saint Mary’s^ Sacramento State^ Sacramento State^ Sacramento State^ Sacramento State^ Portland State^ Portland State^ Portland State^ Portland State^ LMU^ LMU^ LMU^ LMU^

Score 5-12 8-2 3-5 3-1 0-5 5-1 4-1 16-7 12-2 2-1 0-9 7-6 6-0 0-4 0-8 1-7 2-3 4-15 6-2 0-8 11-3 4-5 2-0 1-3 0-6 2-7 1-3 6-3 8-1 6-7 6-1 8-0 7-3 5-1 2-6 4-2 9-8 0-3 0-6 1-2 1-3 1-5 5-6 4-3 3-4 5-2

Date 2-5 2-5 2-9 2-16 2-16 2-25 2-25 2-26 2-27 3-9 3-11 3-11 3-12 3-12 3-13 3-17 3-18 3-19 3-20 3-20 3-22 3-22 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-3 4-9 4-9 4-10 4-10 4-16 4-16 4-17 4-17 4-23 4-23 4-24 4-24 4-30 4-30 5-1 5-1

Opponent UC san Diego UC san Diego San Diego State UC Riverside UC Riverside UC Riverside $ Illinois-Chicago Nevada $ St. John’s $ San Diego State Stony Brook # James Madison # Longwood # James Madison # Longwood # Miami University % Eastern Illinois % Winthrop % LMU % Hawai’i % Chaminade Chaminade St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s Sacramento St. Sacramento St. Sacramento St. Sacramento St. Portland State Portland State Portland State Portland State LMU LMU LMU LMU Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara

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

Pitcher Kaitlin Healy


37 Opponent Whittier Whittier UC San Diego UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara Cal Poly SLO Nevada CS Sacramento Colorado State Redlands Redlands San Diego State Fairfield Southern Utah UC Riverside Loyola Marymount UC Riverside UC Riverside Syracuse Syracuse Princeton UC Riverside Canisus Princeton BYU Central Conn. St. Buffalo Dartmouth UC San Diego Sacramento State Sacramento State Sacramento State Sacramento State #15 Oregon State Portland State Portland State Portland State Portland State Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s

Year 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

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

2003 (8-40) Date 2-07 2-07 2-08 2-08 2-09 2-21 2-21 2-22 2-22 2-23 3-01 3-01 3-02 3-02 3-07 3-08 3-08 3-09 3-12 3-12 3-14 3-14 3-20 3-20 3-23 3-23 3-26 3-26 4-05 4-05 4-06 4-06 4-12 4-12 4-13 4-13 4-18 4-18 4-19 4-19 4-23 4-24 4-26 4-26 4-27 4-27 5-04 5-04

Opponent Sacramento State Colorado State Cal Poly UC Santa Barbara Southern Utah Brigham Young Utah Michigan State UC Santa Barbara Cal Poly St. John’s Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount St. John’s Northern Iowa Harvard Long Beach State Northern Iowa UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Point Loma Point Loma #20 Oregon State #20 Oregon State UC San Diego UC San Diego Portland State Portland State Portland State Portland State Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara UC Riverside UC Riverside Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s Sacramento State Sacramento State

2002 (14-41) Score 2-3 1-5 2-4 0-14 0-2 1-2 3-8 0-6 0-5 0-5 2-6 0-2 5-8 0-2 1-2 4-2 5-4 2-5 0-2 0-6 1-3 8-6 0-11 0-6 0-5 7-3 1-0 6-7 0-2 4-3 3-4 3-4 0-4 0-6 3-6 2-7 0-3 1-3 0-6 0-3 2-3 2-4 2-3 1-9 1-4 7-1 2-0 1-7

Date 1-26 1-26 1-29 1-29 2-02 2-02 2-02 2-03 2-03 2-08 2-09 2-09 2-10 2-10 2-16 2-16 2-17 2-17 2-22 2-22 2-23 2-23 3-01 3-01 3-02 3-02 3-15 3-15 3-16 3-16 3-20 3-20 3-25 3-25 3-27 3-27 4-07 4-07 4-10 4-10 4-13 4-13 4-17 4-17 4-26 4-26 4-28 4-28 4-30 4-30 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-12

Opponent CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino #10 CS Fullerton #10 CS Fullerton Southern Utah Brigham Young Oregon State Saint Mary’s Southern Utah Ohio State Northridge McNeese State Ohio State Oregon State Point Loma Point Loma Southern Utah Southern Utah The Master’s Col. The Master’s Col. Concordia Concordia Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific Texas A&M San Diego State Texas A&M San Diego State Long Beach State Long Beach State Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara UC Riverside UC Riverside UC San Diego UC San Diego Chapman Chapman San Diego State San Diego State Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Santa Clara Santa Clara Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Santa Clara Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s Santa Clara Loyola Marymount

University of San Diego Torero Softball Year-By-Year Results Record Head Coach 21-33 Melissa McElvain 16-40 Melissa McElvain 24-26 Melissa McElvain 22-24 Melissa McElvain 18-24 Melissa McElvain 18-32 Melissa McElvain 8-40 Melissa McElvain 14-41 Melissa McElvain 22-35 Lin Adams 31-28 Lin Adams 44-21 Lin Adams 31-28 Lin Adams 27-31 Lin Adams 14-37 Lin Adams 18-33 Lin Adams 25-21 Lin Adams 25-19 Larry Caudillo 31-14 Larry Caudillo 34-14 Larry Caudillo 25-25 Larry Caudillo 30-27 Larry Caudillo 21-26 Larry Caudillo 21-20 Larry Caudillo 24-14 Larry Caudillo 15-23 Kevin McGarry 13-37 Kevin McGarry 22-20 Kevin McGarry 23-23 Kevin McGarry 2-12 Kevin McGarry 10-13 Kevin McGarry

NCAA Div. Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division III Division III Division III Division II Division II Division III

Conference/League Pacific Coast Softball Conference Pacific Coast Softball Conference Pacific Coast Softball Conference Pacific Coast Softball Conference Pacific Coast Softball Conference Pacific Coast Softball Conference Pacific Coast Softball Conference Western Intercollegiate Softball League Western Intercollegiate Softball League Western Intercollegiate Softball League Western Intercollegiate Softball League Western Intercollegiate Softball League Western Intercollegiate Softball League Western Intercollegiate Softball League Western Intercollegiate Softball League Western Intercollegiate Softball League Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent West Coast Athletic Conference West Coast Athletic Conference Southern California Softball Conference Southern California Softball Conference Southern California Softball Conference Western Assoc. for Intercollegiate Athletics Western Assoc. for Intercollegiate Athletics Western Assoc. for Intercollegiate Athletics

2001 (22-35) Score 3-1 3-2 2-1 0-8 1-4 2-1 1-9 2-3 3-4 0-6 0-9 2-4 2-5 0-7 2-5 0-2 0-8 6-7 4-3 7-2 0-1 7-1 3-0 2-11 1-4 0-3 0-2 2-4 0-2 1-7 0-10 2-8 3-4 3-4 0-6 0-3 2-4 0-8 1-0 0-8 9-1 6-4 0-8 0-10 0-3 0-8 5-4 4-2 0-1 5-0 0-2 6-10 0-3 0-5 0-1

Date 1-27 1-27 2-2 2-2 2-10 2-10 2-11 2-11 2-15 2-15 2-16 2-16 2-23 3-3 3-3 3-9 3-10 3-10 3-11 3-11 3-13 3-13 3-16 3-16 3-17 3-17 3-20 3-20 3-22 3-23 3-23 3-24 3-25 3-28 3-31 3-31 4-4 4-4 4-7 4-7 4-8 4-8 4-10 4-10 4-18 4-18 4-29 4-29 5-4 5-4 5-9 5-9 5-11 5-11 5-12 5-12 5-13

Opponent CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino Biola Biola #1 UCLA #1 UCLA LMU LMU Point Loma Point Loma Concordia Concordia Bradley Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific Tulsa Brigham Young Boston College Portland State Northern Iowa Arizona Arizona San Diego State Michigan State San Diego State Michigan State Hawaii Pacific Hawaii Pacific Wright State San Diego State McNeese State Eastern Illinois Hawaii UC Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Clara UC San Diego UC San Diego St. Mary’s St. Mary’s Santa Clara Santa Clara St. Mary’s St. Mary’s Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount UC Riverside UC Riverside LMU (WISL) LMU (WISL) Santa Clara (WISL) Saint Mary’s (WISL) Santa Clara (WISL) Saint Mary’s (WISL) Saint Mary’s (WISL)

2000 (31-28) Score 8-1 6-3 2-5 2-3 0-8 0-7 0-5 0-6 0-2 2-6 8-2 7-1 6-0 1-7 7-8 12-5 3-13 0-14 0-1 0-1 0-9 0-8 0-5 1-3 0-7 0-3 0-1 5-0 5-3 2-3 2-0 3-1 1-2 4-5 8-1 2-1 2-7 2-3 5-6 6-5 6-2 5-1 3-2 4-10 2-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 4-1 4-1 3-2 3-2 1-2 4-6 0-1 3-0 3-6

Date 1-29 1-29 2-4 2-5 2-5 2-11 2-16 2-18 2-18 2-19 2-25 2-26 2-26 3-3 3-4 3-12 3-12 3-13 3-13 3-16 3-16 3-18 3-18 3-24 3-24 3-25 3-25 3-31 3-31 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-7 4-7 4-9 4-9 4-13 4-13 4-13 4-15 4-15 4-19 4-19 4-20 4-20 4-25 4-25 4-29 4-29 5-5 5-5 5-9 5-9 5-12 5-12 5-13 5-13 5-14 5-14

Opponent CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino Chicago Illinois Point Loma Point Loma CS Dominguez Hills Santa Clara Brigham Young Brigham Young Brigham Young Concordia Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific UCLA Long Beach State Bradley Bradley Southern Utah Southern Utah Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s Santa Clara Santa Clara San Diego State Michigan State Michigan State San Diego State Hawaii Hawaii CS Dominguez Hills CS Dominguez Hills CS Dominguez Hills Point Loma Point Loma Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Concordia Concordia Concordia Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount UC San Diego UC San Diego Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino San Diego State San Diego State Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific LMU (WISL) LMU (WISL) Santa Clara (WISL) Saint Mary’s (WISL) Santa Clara (WISL) Saint Mary’s (WISL) LMU (WISL) Santa Clara (WISL)

Outfielder Danielle Duhart

Score 8-0 10-6 0-1 0-1 3-8 8-5 5-1 1-2 0-11 2-1 2-1 6-0 0-7 0-2 2-3 0-6 3-6 4-3 3-1 1-2 0-2 1-0 1-0 0-11 4-2 2-3 0-1 5-4 1-4 3-1 5-6 9-1 4-2 5-6 4-5 0-3 5-6 2-0 4-3 1-3 3-6 1-0 1-0 5-0 5-1 3-1 3-2 2-3 0-1 7-6 5-3 0-1 2-3 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-4 3-7 2-0

SEASON RESULTS

2004 (18-32) Date 1-31 1-31 2-1 2-1 2-6 2-6 2-7 2-7 2-8 2-14 2-14 2-25 2-27 2-28 2-28 2-29 3-6 3-6 3-10 3-10 3-13 3-13 3-14 3-14 3-18 3-19 3-20 3-21 3-24 4-3 4-3 4-4 4-4 4-8 4-9 4-9 4-10 4-10 4-17 4-17 4-18 4-20 4-24 4-24 4-25 4-25 5-1 5-1 5-2 5-2


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1999 (44-21) Date Opponent 2-3 Saint Mary’s College 2-3 Saint Mary’s College 2-6 CS San Bernardino 2-6 CS San Bernardino 2-12 Point Loma Nazarene 2-12 Point Loma Nazarene 2-13 Concordia University 2-13 Concordia University 2-19 Cal Baptist 2-19 Cal Baptist 2-20 Azusa Pacific 2-20 Azusa Pacific 2-23 UC San Diego 2-23 UC San Diego 2-27 Loyola Marymount 2-27 Loyola Marymount 2-28 CS Dominguez Hills 2-28 CS Dominguez Hills 3-5 Point Loma Nazarene 3-5 Western New Mexico 3-5 Loyola Marymount 3-6 Southern Utah Univ. 3-6 Western New Mexico 3-6 Loyola Marymount 3-16 UCLA 3-16 UCLA 3-20 Loyola Marymount 3-20 Loyola Marymount 3-21 La Verne 3-21 La Verne 3-26 Santa Clara 3-26 Santa Clara 3-27 UC Santa Barbara 3-27 UC Santa Barbara 3-29 Santa Clara 3-29 Santa Clara 3-30 Saint Mary’s College 3-30 Saint Mary’s College 4-2 Claremont 4-2 Azusa Pacific 4-2 Central College 4-3 Buena Vista 4-3 St. Thomas 4-6 CS Dominguez Hills 4-6 CS Dominguez Hills 4-9 Cal Baptist 4-9 Cal Baptist 4-10 Concordia University 4-10 Concordia University 4-15 Point Loma Nazarene 4-15 Point Loma Nazarene 4-16 Colorado College 4-16 Colorado College 4-20 CS San Bernardino 4-20 CS San Bernardino 4-22 UC San Diego 4-22 UC San Diego 4-24 LMU (WISL) 4-24 LMU (WISL) 4-30 Saint Mary’s (WISL) 4-30 Santa Clara (WISL) 5-1 Saint Mary’s (WISL) 5-1 Santa Clara (WISL) 5-2 Saint Mary’s (WISL) 5-2 LMU (WISL)

Score 8-4 6-2 0-2 6-2 5-4 4-0 3-1 3-0 5-2 13-0 6-0 5-4 4-2 4-1 2-5 0-3 6-3 5-2 4-1 0-10 5-6 6-2 6-3 2-1 0-7 1-2 0-8 6-3 9-1 9-0 1-4 1-3 1-0 2-0 1-5 2-1 4-8 3-0 0-1 8-0 1-2 3-1 6-3 8-0 5-3 10-2 3-1 8-0 5-0 0-2 1-3 9-1 8-0 4-5 4-2 7-1 9-1 1-0 1-2 5-1 4-7 0-1 8-2 5-1 2-4

1998 (31-28) Date Opponent 2/13 Whittier 2/13 Whittier 2/19 Point Loma 2/19 Point Loma 2/20 Cal Baptist 2/20 Cal Baptist 2/25 UC San Diego 2/25 UC San Diego 2/27 Cal Lutheran 2/27 Cal Lutheran 2/28 Loyola Marymount 2/28 Loyola Marymount 3-6 Point Loma 3-6 W. New Mexico 3-6 Loyola Marymount 3-7 Loyola Marymount 3-7 Point Loma 3/11 San Bernardino 3/11 San Bernardino 3/12 Cal Baptist 3/12 Cal Baptist 3/14 Azusa Pacific 3/14 Azusa Pacific 3/17 Lehigh 3/17 Lehigh 3/20 Concordia 3/20 George Fox 3/20 Redlands 3/21 Concordia 3/21 George Fox 3/23 San Bernardino 3/23 San Bernardino 3/26 Concordia 3/26 Concordia 3/28 Pacific Christian 3/28 Pacific Christian 4/4 Saint Mary’s 4/4 Saint Mary’s 4/7 Pacific Christian 4/7 Pacific Christian 4/9 Azusa Pacific 4/9 Claremont 4/10 Concordia 4/10 UC San Diego 4/11 Cal Baptist 4/15 UC San Diego 4/15 UC San Diego 4/17 La Verne 4/17 La Verne 4/18 Pepperdine 4/18 Pepperdine 4/25 LMU (WISL) 4/25 LMU (WISL) 5/1 St. Mary’s (WISL) 5/1 Santa Clara (WISL) 5/2 St. Mary’s (WISL) 5/2 Santa Clara (WISL) 5/3 Santa Clara (WISL) 5/3 St. Mary’s (WISL) * denotes forfeit wins

Third Base Celeste Soto

Score 8-0 10-0 2-4 5-3 3-2 3-2 0-2 5-2 4-3 9-1 2-7 1-4 4-1 1-11 6-4 5-13 2-4 0-2 3-11 1-2 0-5 4-10 3-1 7-0 3-8 9-5 1-2 3-1 13-0 7-0 4-7 3-4 5-4 8-6 2-0* 2-0* 2-11 3-6 7-3 7-0 3-2 3-4 9-3 8-0 5-3 0-2 5-1 8-5 3-5 9-0 8-0 2-1 3-4 1-3 0-3 1-5 0-2 1-2 3-7

1997 (27-31) Date Opponent 2/8 Point Loma 2/8 Point Loma 2/12 San Diego St 2/12 San Diego St 2/15 CS San Bernardino 2/15 CS San Bernardino 2/18 UC San Diego 2/18 UC San Diego 2/21 Whittier 2/22 Azusa Pacific 2/22 Azusa Pacific 2/23 Claremont 2/23 Claremont 2/28 Concordia 2/28 Concordia 3/3 Regis 3/3 Regis 3/4 Point Loma 3/4 Point Loma 3/8 Loyola Marymount 3/8 Loyola Marymount 3/14 Pomona Pitzer 3/14 Pomona Pitzer 3/15 Azusa Pacific 3/15 Azusa Pacific 3/17 Southern Utah 3/17 Southern Utah 3/21 Concordia 3/21 Pacific Christian 3/22 Redlands 3/22 Redlands 3/22 Concordia 3/28 Hawaii Pacific 3/28 Hawaii Pacific 4/3 Claremont 4/3 Azusa Pacific 4/4 Cal Baptist 4/4 Redlands 4/5 Whittier 4/5 Chapman 4/11 Santa Clara 4/11 Santa Clara 4/12 CS San Bernardino 4/12 CS San Bernardino 4/17 Concordia 4/17 Concordia 4/19 LMU 4/19 LMU 4/22 UC San Diego 4/22 UC San Diego 4/26 LMU (WISL) 4/26 LMU (WISL) 5/2 St. Mary’s (WISL) 5/2 Santa Clara (WISL) 5/3 Santa Clara (WISL) 5/3 St. Mary’s (WISL) 5/4 St. Mary’s (WISL) 5/4 Santa Clara (WISL)

Score 2-3 5-6 2-14 1-17 1-0 3-4 9-0 3-4 6-1 0-6 4-1 3-2 5-6 5-1 9-2 0-4 6-4 7-0 8-0 2-3 1-3 12-5 6-1 4-9 4-9 9-13 11-3 0-2 7-2 7-0 6-0 8-4 3-10 2-5 6-5 0-3 4-3 11-0 19-0 1-2 4-8 0-6 9-2 0-8 5-10 4-0 0-8 0-6 11-3 8-5 2-1 0-8 1-2 2-4 2-3 0-12 1-5 4-2

1996 (14-37) Date 2/4 2/4 2/5 2/5 2/10 2/10 2/14 2/14 2/17 2/17 2/20 2/20 2/24 2/24 3/2 3/2 3/5 3/5 3/9 3/9 3/17 3/17 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/24 3/30 3/30 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/11 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/19 4/19 4/27 4/27 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/5

Opponent St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino San Diego State San Diego State Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific Concordia Concordia Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Point Loma Point Loma UC San Diego UC San Diego Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific La Verne La Verne Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara LMU LMU Redlands Azusa Pacific Loyola Marymount Claremont Azusa Pacific Concordia Concordia Claremont Claremont CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino UC San Diego UC San Diego Point Loma Point Loma LMU (WISL) LMU (WISL) Santa Clara (WISL) St. Mary’s (WISL) Santa Clara (WISL) St. Mary’s (WISL) LMU (WISL) St. Mary’s (WISL)

Shorstop Carey Casciola

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

1995 (18-33) Date 2/10 2/10 2/17 2/17 2/18 2/18 2/22 2/22 2/25 2/25 2/26 2/26 3/1 3/1 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/7 3/7 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/24 3/24 3/25 3/25 4/1 4/1 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/28 4/28 4/29 4/29 4/30 4/30

Opponent St. Mary’s St. Mary’s CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino Cal Baptist Cal Baptist UC San Diego UC San Diego Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount CS Fullerton CS Fullerton San Diego State San Diego State Point Loma Point Loma Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific Concordia Concordia Coast Guard Coast Guard Arizona St Arizona St Santa Clara Santa Clara LMU LMU LMU LMU Azusa Pacific Redlands Claremont Concordia La Verne Concordia Concordia CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino Point Loma Point Loma Cal Baptist Cal Baptist Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount St. Mary’s Santa Clara St. Mary’s Santa Clara Santa Clara LMU

Score 3-13 2-6 5-1 8-7 0-10 2-3 3-2 0-4 5-8 5-6 0-18 0-10 1-11 3-8 1-4 19-4 2-4 1-5 3-1 6-1 6-4 7-1 0-11 0-7 0-8 0-2 4-5 4-3 5-10 0-3 3-4 5-1 4-0 1-2 2-3 7-8 7-4 4-1 6-7 5-3 14-11 3-7 4-3 0-1 7-1 1-8 0-8 5-10 0-11 2-5 11-5

1994 (25-21) Date 2/12 2/12 2/15 2/15 2/26 2/26 3/3 3/3 3/5 3/5 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/18 3/22 3/22 3/29 3/29 3/29 3/30 3/30 4/5 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/10 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/29 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/1

Opponent CS San Bernardino CS San Bernardino Point Loma Point Loma Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific Southern Cal Col. Southern Cal Col. LMU LMU Coast Guard Coast Guard San Diego State San Diego State Loyola Marymount Oregon State Oregon State Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Concordia Concordia Point Loma Point Loma Claremont Cal Lutheran Chapman UC San Diego Southern Cal Col. Southern Cal Col. Stanford Stanford CS San Bernar. CS San Bernar. UC San Diego UC San Diego Santa Clara Santa Clara LMU LMU St. Mary’s Santa Clara Santa Clara St. Mary’s St. Mary’s Santa Clara

First Base Megan Walsh

Score 5-4 8-7 5-2 0-1 3-1 6-8 1-3 0-4 7-5 7-3 15-3 8-4 1-9 1-7 13-3 0-1 2-1 2-5 1-0 2-0 5-3 2-10 3-4 2-1 3-0 6-9 3-0 3-0 1-4 1-9 8-0 6-5 3-6 0-7 6-9 4-5 2-0 6-5 8-3 3-2 3-2 0-2 7-5 0-15 0-3 4-6


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Baldino, Alexa Barmann, Kit Beauchamp, Jeanne Beaulieu, Nicole Berdan, Sarah Bialkoski, Nanci Bisera, Stephanie Blackmore, Cari Bonja, Kathleen Bradford, Rebekah Brewer, Natalie Bridges, Jennifer Burke, Tina Burk, Katie Byrne, Cristina

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Darby, Christiane Darby, Heidi Delpit, Jennifer Delpit, Kim Dimich, Debbie Dinges, Lori Donahue, Kate Doria, Julie Duhart, Danielle Dykstra, Michelle

1984 1991 2001-04 2002-05 1988 1990 1983 1990-92 20071983

Eastom, Kristen Egan, Tasha Ellenbeck, Jennifer Escobar, Mickell

1989 1997 20072010-

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Feijoo, Jayme Fenelli, Amy Fenelli, Katie Ferl, Jamie Fleet, Lindsey Fleming, Erin Freeman, Jamie Fricano, Lisa Friday, Amanda Fritsch, Virginia

1985-86 1996 1999 1986-89 2008-09 1998 1989 1993 1997 2006-07

Galina, Mary Jo Galloway, Cheryl Gensler, Kristen Geis, Nicky Godfrey, Mary Goodbody, Chris Goodwin, Lisa

1983-85 1983 20081999-02 1985 1984 1992-93

Haake, Christina Hajdukovich, Lynn Harmonson, Erin Harris, Cindy Healy, Kaitlin Helbock, Keely Hensley, Taylor Hightower, Ashley Hobb, Kylee Hoefer, Laurie Holmes, Kathy Hudak, Josephine

2004-07 1983-85 2003-06 1991-93 20092007-09 20092005 1997-98 1984 1987 1991-92

Kamai, Chelsea Kasperick, Cecilia Keenan, Taryn Kelly, Aileen Kenney, Heather

20101987-89 2008-09 1984 1992-93

Lawrence, Taylor Lees, Gretchen Leyvas, Vanessa Lindhorst, Julie Little, Lindsay Llanos, Cecelia Lohse, Kari Lopez, Amy Luna, Alyssa Lunn, Ashley

20081994-97 1997-00 1987 1997-98 1991 2003-04 1999-00 20081994-95

Maggetti, Donna Marconi, Lori Anne Marino, Andrea Martin, Ann Martinez, Lisa Mason, Sara Massei, Alicia Maxwell, Diane McBay, Lora McClelland, Darcie McDaniel, Shannon McDermott, Martha McFarland, Gina

1998 1988-89 1993-95 1985-88 1993-96 2003-06 2004-07 1990 2000-02 2005 1990 1988-89 2003-06

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1983-84 2001-04 2002-04 1986 1989 1987 2003-06 2006-07 1987 2001-04 1994-97 1997-98 1999-00 1988 1989-90

Nagata, Taryn Nelson, Katie Jo Nesseth, Kelly Norman, Colleen Nunes, Ashlee

2002-04 2007-09 2006 1995-98 2003-06

Oberle, Stephanie O’Keefe, Katie Oscarson, Keleigh

1989 1985-86 1999

Panattoni, Debbie Passovoy, Emily Patin, Claire Poser, Susie Presson, Debora Pujol, Celine

1987 2006-07 1996-98 1987 1991 2005-08

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Sails, Brandi Salazar, Olaya Sanchez, Sandra Savage, Hillary Savage, Liz Schott, Alyssa Schwarzkopf, Kathleen Scott, Tania Sepkowitz, Amy Shega, Jomi Shimizu, Kimberlee Sirianni, Andrea Sive, Valerie Skidmore, Anne

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Takeguchi, Julie Tarr, Dina Tibbetts, Kim Tomey, Lauren Treiber, Danielle Tucker, Kaslin Tucker, Trisha Turner, Ashley

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USD SOFTBALL SUPPORT STAFF

40 Mike Matoso, Senior Associate Director of Athletics Mike Matoso, in his eleventh year at USD, begins his fourth year in the position of Senior Associate Athletic Director. He will have the responsibility for the day-to-day operation and management of the department including compliance, personnel, programs, facilities and operations. Mike also supervises men’s basketball, women’s basketball, women’s soccer and men’s tennis. He currently serves on two West Coast Conference committees (Championships and Sportsmanship), as well as one national committee (NCAA Cabinet for Student Athlete Welfare, Financial Aid and Extra Benefits). Matoso had held the title of Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration beginning in the Fall of 2003, and was the department’s Compliance Coordinator for five years. Mike started his Torero career as the department’s Academic Support Coordinator. Prior to USD, he spent three years as the Academic Counselor at USC where he worked with the football, baseball, women’s soccer, swimming and volleyball programs. Prior to USC, Mike served as the Academic Advisor for all 18 intercollegiate programs at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for two years. He earned both his B.S. degree in Physical Education (1993) and M.A. in Education, Counseling (1994) from Cal Poly. He was also a starting pitcher for the Mustangs baseball team that participated in the Division II College World Series. Mike and his wife, Kelly, reside in Carlsbad with their three children, Abigail (9), Cole (6) and Brody (2).

Steve Becvar, Assoc. Dir. of Athletics/Marketing and Sponsorships Steve Becvar enters his third year with the University of San Diego as the Associate Director of Athletics for Marketing and Sponsorships. Additionally, he will be the sport superviser for cross country and track, men’s soccer, softball and sports performance. Becvar, 47, comes to USD after serving as the Executive Associate Athletic Director and General Manager of Aztec Sports Properties at San Diego State University since 2003. In this role, his responsibilities included overseeing the Aztecs’ marketing and corporate sales efforts, along with media relations, facilities and the operations departments. From April through July of 2005, Becvar served as the interim athletics director at SDSU. Prior to working at SDSU, Becvar was the Director of Sponsorship and Corporate Sales for the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies from 2001-2003, where he navigated the team’s corporate relations efforts by sparking local community involvement and transitioning the team’s relocation from Vancouver. The Maryland native was a key figure in laying the groundwork for the XFL’s Memphis Maniax during the team’s inaugural 2000-01 campaign, as the vice president of sales and marketing. In this role, Becvar oversaw many of the team’s daily operations, including hiring staff, managing the budget, negotiating business contracts and developing facilities. Prior to his stints with the Memphis Grizzlies and Maniax, he was the Associate Athletics Director for Development and Marketing for the United States Air Force Academy athletics department. A two sport athlete (basketball and baseball) at Ohio University, Becvar graduated with an undergraduate degree in Business Management and Masters Degree in Sports Administration. Steve and his wife Jo have three children, Stephanie (17), David (14) and Terrence (11), and reside in Valley Center.

Shaney Fink, Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Women’s Administrator Shaney Fink begins her ninth year with USD and her fourth in the role of Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance and Student Services/Senior Woman Administrator. She will also have sports supervision for women’s volleyball and women’s tennis. Prior to her current position, she was Assistant Director of Athletics for Academics and Student Services, and since her arrival at USD has overseen the Academic Support Program. During the 1999 season she assisted the Torero volleyball coaching staff, helping the Toreros to a 23-6 record and second round finish in the NCAA Tournament. Prior to USD she gained coaching experience at the high school, college and international levels for four years. She capped off a stellar collegiate career (1990-93) at Cal Berkeley and won selection to the All-Pac 10 Decade Team. Fink earned her B.A. in Social Science from Berkeley in 1994. In the spring of 2004 she earned her Masters Degree at USD in Counseling. Shaney and her husband, Tom Vorkoper, reside in Encinitas with their three children - Lucas, Mia and Leon.

Sarabeth Pollock, Coor. of Athletic Academic Support Pollock begins her sixth year as the Coordinator of Athletic Academic Support for the University of San Diego. She has worked as a tutor in the Athletic Department since the fall of 2001. She serves as the academic advisor for Softball, Volleyball, Swimming and Diving, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s Tennis, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country/Track, Men’s and Women’s Rowing, and Golf. Her responsibilities include the supervision of the Study Hall and the administration of the tutoring and mentoring programs. Currently, the Academic Support Program employs over 30 tutors who represent a variety of majors across campus, as well as a team of trained graduate-student mentors who assist with academic skill development and the monitoring of coursework. Sarabeth graduated from USD in 2002 in the Honors Program, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and History. She speaks Spanish and French fluently. A 5th generation San Diegan, she resides in Point Loma with her family. Sarabeth will start working on her Master’s degree in History in the coming academic year.


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Whitney Strain is in her second year with USD, and first in the position of athletic operations manager. Whitney worked as the administrative assistant in the athletics administrative office for the past year. In addition to her regular duties of helping to run the main office, Whitney took on additional challenges working in compliance and eligibility certification, as well as in operations – serving as operations assistant during the 2009 WCC Basketball Tournament in Las Vegas. Before coming to USD, Whitney was the championships and marketing assistant at the West Coast Conference office and did events management for Stanford University. Whitney graduated from the University of Iowa with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications and a B.B.A. in Marketing. While at Iowa she competed on the women’s soccer team. In her new position, Whitney will assume responsibility for all game-day operations, including supervision of security, parking, visiting team practices and locker rooms, game-day staffing, scheduling of officials, scheduling athletic facilities, and assisting with ticketing and event information.

Justine Coliflores, Softball Athletic Trainer Justine has been a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the University of San Diego since August 2008. Her Primary sport assignments are women’s soccer, swimming and diving, men’s rowing, and softball. While completing her undergraduate degree Justine worked as an athletic training student at Grossmont Community College in the fall of 2006. Her primary sports were football and women’s volleyball. Justine then completed her clinical rotation at USD from spring 2007 to spring 2008 where she worked with softball, swimming and diving, women’s soccer, and baseball. She will be attending graduate school for Kinesiology, with a specialization in rehabilitative sciences, at San Diego State University. Born in Riverside, CA but later moved with her parents Luisito and Veronidia, and younger brother Lexie-John, to Corona, CA. She currently resides in San Diego which she now calls home. Professional Certifications: Certified Athletic Trainer, American Heart Association CPR/AED Certified

Stephane Rochet,

Dir. of Athletic Performance Training

Stephane Rochet assumed the position of Head Strength of Conditioning Coach at USD in January 2007. Prior to coming to USD, Rochet was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at UCLA (1999-2001), Indiana University (20012003) and UC-Riverside (2004). Rochet is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS), USA Weightlifting, CrossFit and the Russian Kettlebell Challenge. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Calgary and Master’s degree from Ohio University.

Ryan McCann, Media Relations Coordinator Ryan McCann is in his fifth year as the media relations coordinator. His duties include radio and TV liaison, producing media guides, press releases, brochures and game programs for numerous Torero sports. McCann also updates and maintains the athletic website for the sports that he is responsible for. Prior to USD, McCann spent one year in South Korea teaching English to elementary and middle school students and was a SID student assistant at Linfield College. In 2004, McCann received his B.A. in Mass Communications from Linfield College.

USD SOFTBALL SUPPORT STAFF

Whitney Strain, Athletics Operations Manager


USD SOFTBALL SUPPORT STAFF

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Dan Yourg

Assoc. Dir. of Athletics

Ted Gosen

Assoc. Dir. of Athletics

Carolyn Greer

Assoc. Dir. of Athletics

Brent LeVasseur

Acad. Counselor/ Compliance Coor.

Bill Grier

Rich Hill

Men’s Basketball

Tim Mickelson Men's Golf

Andy Fee

Assoc. Dir. of Athletics

Dr. Paul C. Murphy

Cindy Fisher

Jennifer Petrie

Ada Greenwood

Football

Angie Garza

Mgr. of Athletic Equip. Services

Seamus McFadden

Ron Caragher

Athletic Facilities & Ops

Ron Valenzuela

Women’s Basketball

Mike Keeler

Volleyball

Brent Masi

Men’s Tennis

Women’s Soccer

W. Swimming & Diving

Brian Fogarty

Assoc. Dir. of Athletics

Coor. of Student Athlete Serv.

Baseball

Men’s Soccer

Matthew Parr

Brooks Dagman Men’s Rowing

Team Physician

Will Guarino

M/W Cross Country and Track

Sherri Stephens Women’s Tennis

Kim Cupini Women’s Rowing


43 Louisville Slugger Desert Classic February 19-21, 2010 In Las Vegas, Nevada

Participants

San Diego, UNLV, Boise St, BYU, Cal, CS Fullerton, Georgia Tech, Hawai’i, Illinois-Chicago, Indiana, Long Beach St, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah

Friday, February 19 USD vs BYU USD vs UNLV

9:00 a.m. 3:45 p.m.

Saturday, February 20 USD vs Boise State USD vs Hawai’i

11:15 a.m. 3:45 p.m.

Sunday, February 21 USD vs Oregon

11:15 a.m.

Long Beach State Invitational

March 12-14, 2010 at Long Beach State University

Participants

San Diego, Buffalo, Notre Dame, UNLV, Long Beach St, Purdue, Idaho St

San Diego Classic I

March 5-7, 2010 at the USD Softball Complex

Participants

San Diego, Cal Poly, Fresno St, Long Beach St, San Diego St, Buffalo, UCLA, Oregon, U. Texas-El Paso, U. Wisconsin

Friday, March 5 U. Wisconsin vs Fresno State UCLA vs Fresno State USD vs Buffalo USD vs U. Wisconsin

11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 6 Buffalo vs U. Wisconsin Buffalo vs Long Beach State Oregon vs Cal Poly USD vs Oregon USD vs Cal Poly

9:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, March 7 Cal Poly vs Wisconsin USD vs Long Beach State

10:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m.

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

March 18-21, 2010 at the USD Softball Complex

Saturday, March 13 USD vs Purdue USD vs UNLV

9:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m.

San Diego, Long Beach St, Oregon St, San Diego St, Texas A & M, Harvard, U. Illinois-Chicago, Kansas, U. Massachusetts

Sunday, March 14 USD vs Long Beach

3:45 p.m.

Catcher Taylor Hensley

Friday, March 12 USD vs Notre Dame USD vs Buffalo

San Diego Classic II Participants

Thursday, March 18 USD vs. Harvard

7:00 p.m.

Friday, March 19 Illinois-Chicago vs Massachusetts USD vs Massachusetts USD vs Illinois-Chicago

2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 20 Massachusetts vs Texas A&M Illinois-Chicago vs Texas A&M Illinois-Chicago vs Kansas USD vs Kansas

9:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Sunday, March 21 Illinois-Chicago vs Oregon State USD vs Oregon State

9:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

USD TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

USD 2010 HOME & AWAY TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE


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Toreros Linked to the Community...

Above-Left: Softball team ready for the JDRF Walk. Above-Right: Head Coach Melissa McElvain and her family at the JDRF Walk. Right: Remembering our late friend Tom Hagedorn and his catch phrase “Livin’ The Dream”. Below: The softball team poses together at Light The Night, an evening walk held at Qualcomm Stadium for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The team walked in honor of the late USD men’s tennis coach Tom Hagedorn.

Community service, community belonging and social responsibility are important to developing a student-athlete’s civic identity and collective voice. The impact of participation and pro-social attitudes on volunteering can improve their sense of community connection, social consciousness and generate feelings of responsibility to groups larger than themselves. USD Athletics partnered with various organizations to provide rich learning opportunities for studentathletes engaged in public service. Our commitment to the community is something we believe in and is an integral part of our culture and who we are as a university.


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Above-left: Players pose for a group shot at the MADD walk. Above-right: Players post for a group shot at Light the Night walk at Qualcomm Stadium. Left: Kristen Gensler snaps a quick photo with her Shop With A Jock participant. Right: Taylor Lawrence and her Shop With A Jock participant smile before their shopping spree. Below-right: Danielle Richardson, Alyssa Luna, and Celeste Soto pose before the start of Shop With A Jock.

During the holidays, USD student-athletes help bring joy into the lives of less fortunate families of the Mission Valley YMCA through our annual TLC Toy Drive, Donate a Dollar and Adopt a Family programs. This past year, we adopted 17 families, donated enough gifts for 60 children and purchased more than $1,700 in gift cards. This year, selected members of the softball team participated in the Junior Seau Shop with a Jock event where boys and girls are matched up with a local athlete or celebrity and given money from the fundraiser to shop for christmas presents. Six members of the softball team had the privilage of participating.


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USD Softball Military Appreciation Day... March 1, 2009

Center: USD’s Military Appreciation Day earns a full spread photo collage in Naval publication Navy Compass. Above-left: The joint USD-SDSU color guard marches into place to present the colors. Above-right: The joint USD-SDSU color guard passes by USD lined up along the Third Base line. Below-right: A view from behind home plate as the National Anthem singer performs. Below-left: Honorary first pitch from active and retired military personnel.

The University of San Diego softball team celebrated Military Appreciation day at the USD Softball Complex on March 1, 2009 with a joint USD-SDSU color guard, a live anthem singer and an honorary first pitch ceremony by current and retired military personnel. Reaching out and showing support to San Diego’s soldiers is important to the USD Athletic Department. San Diego boasts one of the largest populations of active duty military in the nation. The team will continue the tradition again this year as they host Military Appreciation Day on March 21, 2010.


47 Second Annual USD Softball Military Appreciation Day to be held on March 21, 2010 vs. Oregon State


2010 USD Softball Media Guide  

2010 University of San Diego Women's Softball Media Guide

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