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INSIDE Athletic Department Directory......................... 2 Media Information.................................................. 2 Quick Facts .............................................................. 3 2011 Softball Roster............................................... 3

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University President Dr. Robert E. Witt.....4-5 The University of Alabama.............................6-9 Athletics Director .................................................10 Senior Support Staff.............................................11

THIS IS ALABAMA SOFTBALL A Day In The Life............................................. 12-17 The SEC.....................................................................18 2011 Preview....................................................20-25 Alabama Softball Complex ...................... 26-27 All-Americans.................................................. 28-31 Academic Achievements........................... 32-33 UA Championships.......................................34-35 UA in the World Series...............................36-42 Roll Models.............................................................43

THE TEAM Head Coach Patrick Murphy.....................44-47 Coach Alyson Habetz..................................48-49 Coach Vann Stuedeman..............................50-51 Support Staff ........................................................52 Player Personnel............................................53-64

2010 YEAR IN REVIEW Honors and Awards.....................................65-67 2010 Statistics................................................68-69 SEC Recap........................................................70-71

RECORDS Honors and Awards..................................... 72-73 Superlative Records..................................... 74-75 Game Records................................................ 76-77 Team Records................................................. 78-81 Individual Season Records........................82-85 Individual Career Records......................... 86-90

CREDITS: The 2011 University of Alabama Softball Media Guide was produced by the staff of the UA Athletics Media Relations Office. The publication was written and edited by Skip Powers and Chad Haynie. Graphic design by Brent Hollingsworth. Photography by UA Athletics Director of Photography Kent Gidley and his student assistants. Special thanks to the Crimson Tide coaching staff, Buddy Overstreet for the cover designs and the staff of the SEC office. Copyright 2011 by the Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama. “Roll Tide”, “Crimson Tide”, “Bama” and the primary and secondary logos are registered trademarks of The University of Alabama. 2011 A L A B A M A Q U I C K F A C T S Location: Enrollment: Founded: Conference: Colors: Nickname: Home Stadium: President: Athletics Director: Executive Athletics Director: Associate AD/Senior Woman Administrator: Senior Associate AD/Chief Financial Officer:

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 30,232 April 12, 1831 Southeastern (Western Division) Crimson (PMS 201) & White Crimson Tide Rhoads Stadium Dr. Robert E. Witt Mal Moore Dave Hart Marie Robbins Finus Gaston

ALABAMA MEDIA RELATIONS The Alabama Athletic Media Relations Office is located on the ground level of Coleman Coliseum in room 170. MEDIA SERVICES/CREDENTIALS Members of the media are supplied with up-to-date release packages which can be obtained on www. rolltide.com. The release contains updated statistics, season results and notes. Pregame notes and media guides are available before all home games at the Alabama Softball Complex. Coach Patrick Murphy and Alabama’s players are available for interviews following games after a 10-minute cooling off period. TELEPHONE/FAX SERVICES The University of Alabama Softball Complex is equipped with several phone lines in the press box. Special requests for a private line should be made at least two weeks in advance of the game. The press box has wireless internet access and there are also several internet lines available for use. INTERVIEWS All interviews must be arranged through Skip Powers in the Media Relations Office. The best time to reach any of the coaches is before 11:30 a.m. The softball team practices at the Alabama Softball Complex, located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Campus Drive. Players and coaches are available prior to practice. SATELLITE FEEDS/TELEVISION The University of Alabama, through the Crimson Tide Sports Network, offers a weekly 15-minute satellite feed consisting of interviews with coaches and athletes, taped video highlights and narrated taped packages from September through May. Occasionally, the softball team will be featured in these packages. Please call the media relations office for more details. During the spring, the softball team’s progress will be covered each week on “Crimson Tide This Week,” a 30-minute regional sports show hosted by Chris Stewart. Tom Roberts is the Crimson Tide Sports Network’s contact for video and satellite needs. CTSM video credits go to Matt Hoggle and Preston Kirk. INTERNET Information about University of Alabama Athletics can be found on the internet. The Athletics Department site is found at www.rolltide.com where live stats and radio broadcasts of each game can be found.

World Series History.....................................91-92 SEC Tournament History...................................93 Post-Season History............................................94 NCAA Tournament Records............................95 All-Time Roster..............................................96-97 All-Time Results........................................... 98-103 Series Records.....................................................104

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2011 QUICK FACTS 2011 Alabama Softball

All-time record: 711-226 (.759)

2010 Record: 52-11 (.825) 2010 SEC Record/Finish: 23-4/SEC Champions, First overall 2010 Postseason: NCAA Super Regional; Lost to Hawaii 2010 Final Ranking: No. 9 (USA Today/NFCA) No. 9 (ESPN.com/USA Softball) Charlotte Morgan, Kayla Braud, Kelsi Dunne NFCA All-Americans: Easton All-Americans: Charlotte Morgan, Kayla Braud, Kelsi Dunne NFCA All-South Region First Team: Charlotte Morgan, Kayla Braud, Kelsi Dunne NFCA All-South Region Second Team: Cassie Reilly-Boccia Charlotte Morgan SEC Player of the Year: SEC Pitcher of the Year Kelsi Dunne SEC Freshman of the Year: Kayla Braud All-SEC First Team: Charlotte Morgan, Kayla Braud, Kelsi Dunne All-SEC Second Team Whitney Larsen SEC All-Freshman: Kayla Braud, Keima Davis SEC All-Tournament Team: Kelsi Dunne (MVP), Kayla Braud, Jennifer Fenton, Whitney Larsen SEC All-Defensive Team: Kelsi Dunne Academic All-SEC: Catherine Dozier, Lisa Elizondo, Jennifer Fenton, Olivia Gibson, Whitney Larsen, Jazlyn Lunceford, Charlotte Morgan, Cassie Reilly-Boccia, Jessica Smith SEC Freshman Honor Roll: Kayla Braud, Keima Davis, Jackey Branham, Courtney Conley, Lauren Sewell SEC Community Service Team: Catherine Dozier National Player of the Week: Kelsi Dunne (USA May 18) SEC Player of the Week: Charlotte Morgan (March 22) SEC Pitcher of the Week: Kelsi Dunne (April 12) SEC Freshman of the Week: Kayla Braud (Feb. 22, March 15, March 29) Position Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost: 3/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/5 Position Players Returning (12) Class B/T # Name 1 Kayla Braud Soph. L/R 2 Jazlyn Lunceford Jr. L/L 3 Keima Davis Soph. R/R 4 Jackey Branham Soph. R/R 7 Jennifer Fenton Jr. L/L 9 Courtney Conley Soph. R/R 11 Lauren Sewell Soph. R/R 12 Kendall Dawson Jr. R/R 18 Cassie Reilly-Boccia Jr. L/L 20 Whitney Larsen Sr. R/R 22 Amanda Locke Jr. R/R 24 Olivia Gibson Jr. R/R

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Hometown (High School) Eugene, Ore. (Marist) Northport, Ala. (Tuscaloosa County) Deerfield Beach, Fla. (American Heritage) Troy, Mo. (Troy Buchanan) Kennesaw, Ga. (Kennesaw Mountain) Robertsville, Mo. (Eureka) Pembroke Pines, Fla. (Pembroke Pines Charter) Plant City, Fla. (Plant City) Yorktown Heights, N.Y. (Yorktown) Vestavia Hills, Ala. (Vestavia Hills) Mesquite, Texas (North Mesquite) Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Tuscaloosa Academy)

Returning Pitchers (3) # Name Class 00 Kelsi Dunne Sr. 11 Lauren Sewell Soph. 22 Amanda Locke Jr.

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Hometown (High School) Port Orange, Fla. (Spruce Creek) Pembroke Pines, Fla. (Pembroke Pines Charter) Mesquite, Texas (North Mesquite)

Newcomers (5) # Name 6 Jordan Patterson 10 Kaila Hunt 32 Ryan Iamurri 33 Jackie Traina

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

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Hometown (High School) Tuscaloosa, Ala. (American Christian Academy) Evans, Ga. (Greenbrier) Naples, Fla. (Naples) Naples, Fla. (Naples)

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Head Coach: Patrick Murphy Alma Mater: Northern Iowa, 1988 Alabama Record (years): 631-179 (12) Overall Record (years): 662-199 (13) Office Phone: 205.348.4455 Years at Alabama: 15 (1997) Years as Head Coach: 13 Associate Head Coach: Alyson Habetz Alma Mater: Southwestern Louisiana, 1995 Office Phone: 205.348.7992 Years at Alabama: 13 (1999) E-mail Address: ahabetz@ia.ua.edu Assistant Coach: Vann Stuedeman Alma Mater: Huntingdon College, 1994 Office Phone: 205.348.4400 Years at Alabama: 11 (2000) E-mail Address: vstuedeman@ia.ua.edu Director of Operations: Kate Petullo Alma Mater: Creighton, 2007 Office Phone: 205.348.3660 Softball Fax: 205.348.9945 Years at Alabama: 1 (2010) E-mail Address: kpetullo@ia.ua.edu Support Staff: Athletic Trainer: Nick Seiler Managers: Jordan Burson, Matt Currie, Miles Snider and Chandler Whidden Softball Media Contact: Skip Powers Office Phone: 205.348.6734 Cell Phone: 205.246.7834 Office Fax: 205.348.8841 E-mail Address: spowers@ia.ua.edu Softball Mailing Address: Alabama Softball P.O. Box 870393 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0393 Softball Overnight Shipping Address: Alabama Softball Coleman Coliseum 1201 Coliseum Drive Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

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• The University of Alabama led the nation with a record 10 students named to USA Today’s 2010 All-USA College Academic Team. UA has had great success in placing students on this national team that honors the “best of the best” undergraduate academic all-stars from across the nation, having placed 46 students on the team since 2003. In addition to this year, UA also had the most students on the list in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009 and tied for the top spot in 2007. • The University of Alabama perennially ranks among the top 50 public universities in the nation in U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings and ranked 34rd among public universities in the 2011 rankings. UA’s latest college rankings include: 1. The School of Law is ranked 38th among all law schools in the nation, spring 2010. 2. The School of Library and Information Studies is ranked 22nd nationally, spring 2009. 3. The School of Social Work’s graduate program is ranked 28th among social work programs at public universities and 42nd when both public and private institutions are included, spring 2008. 4. The undergraduate business program is ranked 35th among public undergraduate business schools and 57th when private universities are included, fall 2010.

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• The public relations program at The University of Alabama is ranked second in the nation according to new rankings produced and published in PRWeek Magazine. UA is the highest ranked university that offers both graduate and undergraduate programs. • Enrollment at The University of Alabama reached a record high of 30,232 for fall 2010. The entering freshman class, at 5,563 students, is the largest in UA history and includes more than 1,395 students who had a 4.0 or higher high school grade point average. • The University of Alabama’s fall 2009 freshman class ranked 10th in the nation among public universities in the enrollment of National Merit Scholars. While the National Merit Corp. has not yet released rankings for this year, UA’s fall 2010 class includes 125 National Merit Scholars, up from 102 in 2009. • The University of Alabama has produced a total of 15 Rhodes Scholars. And, in the past two decades, we’ve produced 30 Goldwater Scholars, 19 Hollings Scholars, 7 Truman Scholars, two Javits Fellows, one Udall Scholar and one Portz Scholar. • Participation in original research and creative activities is becoming a hallmark of the undergraduate experience at The University of Alabama. More than 250 undergraduates showcased their research and creative activity projects at UA’s spring 2010 “Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference.” • The University of Alabama has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service. The Community Service Honor Roll is the highest federal recognition a school can achieve for its commitment to service learning and civic engagement. • The University of Alabama has been selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for its 2008 Community Engagement Classification. The designation recognizes UA as one of the nation’s premiere institutions in community outreach and scholarship, and it underscores UA’s commitment to apply its resources and expertise to address critical community needs. • The University of Alabama has been engaged in an aggressive program to upgrade and expand facilities, opening 40 new facilities, including 10 new residence halls, two new dining halls, and four new academic buildings, since January 2003.

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The University of Alabama’s Director of Athletics since 1999, Mal Moore has made an indelible mark on one of the nation’s most storied athletic programs, leading a department that has enjoyed tremendous success athletically and academically and has undergone an unprecedented period of growth during his tenure. Through his guidance, Alabama’s athletic department remains focused on his vision of having all Crimson Tide athletic teams and student-athletes competitive at the highest level nationally while continuing to elevate athletic facilities at the Capstone to premier status nationally for all sports. During his tenure as Director of Athletics, Moore has overseen more than $200 million of capital improvements to University of Alabama athletic facilities. Those projects have encompassed the entire scope of all Crimson Tide athletic programs and have benefitted every Alabama studentathlete, coach, and administrator. Throughout his multi-faceted career, Moore has worked with a diversified field of constituents, from fellow coaches and former players, to fans and the business community. All of those experiences and relationships - in addition to his ability to unify those many constituents - have made him the ideal person to lead Alabama athletics in the 21st century. His leadership has been crucial in helping guide Alabama through a period that has been, at times, extremely challenging. His guidance and effort helped Alabama athletics weather the storm, while continuing to move in a positive direction toward a future that holds great promise. Moore’s dedication to and love of the University of Alabama was recognized on March 28, 2007, when as a permanent tribute to his life-long contribution to The University of Alabama, the Board of Trust-

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ees of The University of Alabama officially dedicated the facility formerly known as The Football Building as the Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility. Under Moore’s direction, Alabama’s athletic teams have produced two national championships, the 2009 football title and the 2002 NCAA gymnastics championship, as well as several Southeastern Conference championships, winning titles in football, gymnastics, men’s basketball, men’s golf, men’s cross country, baseball, women’s golf and softball; taking SEC tournament titles in both baseball and softball. Alabama athletes have earned some of the highest honors the SEC and NCAA have to offer, including SEC Athlete of the Year, SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, NCAA Top VIII, NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships and NCAA Sportsperson of the Year. These honors are over and above the individual conference and national titles that Alabama athletes continue to bring home to the Capstone on a regular basis.

part of eight national championships. During a coaching career that spanned 31 years, Moore spent 22 of those at Alabama with stops at Montana State, Notre Dame and the NFL’s St. Louis and Phoenix Cardinals. At Alabama, Moore started as Coach Bryant’s graduate assistant in 1964, then as defensive backfield coach for five years beginning in 1965 before becoming quarterbacks coach from 1971-82 and serving as the Tide’s first offensive coordinator starting in 1975. He would go on to coordinate all of the offensive plays for Alabama’s last four national championship teams. A 1963 graduate of The University of Alabama, Moore holds both an undergraduate degree in Sociology and a 1964 Master’s Degree in Secondary Education from the Capstone. Moore was born December 19, 1939, in Dozier, Ala. He and the late Mrs. Charlotte Moore have one daughter, Mrs. Steve (Heather) Cook of Scottsdale, Ariz., a granddaughter, Anna Lee, and a grandson, Charles Cannon.

In addition to making his mark on Alabama, Moore has also had a national impact as a key member of several prestigious NCAA and college football committees. Moore has served on the NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, the SEC Athletic Directors Bowl Advisory Committee and the Big Six Conferences Minority Coaches Forum. Moore’s distinguished record of service to UA began more than 50 years ago when he joined the Crimson Tide football squad as a scholarship player for Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant from 1958-62. Moore has the distinction of being a part of eight national championship teams (1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1992 and 2009) with the first coming as a player, the next six during his coaching career and the last during his tenure as director of athletics. As a player and coach, he was also part of 14 SEC championships, and 27 bowl trips. He is the only individual connected with the Tide program to be a

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SEC Softball will celebrate its 15th year of existence in 2011 and has established itself as one of the leading conferences in the sport. The Southeastern Conference qualified seven teams for the 2010 NCAA Tournament - Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU and Tennessee, as the conference made its 13th overall, eighth consecutive, Women’s College World Series appearance. For the third consecutive year, an SEC team received the No. 1 national seed, as the Alabama Crimson Tide coveted the honor in 2010. Overall, five teams earned national seeds: No. 1 Alabama, No. 4 Florida, No. 6 Georgia, No. 12 LSU and No. 15. Tennessee. The SEC advanced three teams to Oklahoma City: Florida, Georgia and Tennessee while Georgia and Tennessee advanced to the semifinals. Alabama won the 2010 conference title as they posted a 23-4 SEC record, marking their second title in school history. It was quite the year for the Tide as they posted a 52-11 overall record and swept league honors. Pat Murphy was named Coach of the Year while Kelsi Dunne earned Pitcher of the Year honors and Charlotte Morgan defended her Player of the Year title. Kayla Braud was named Co-Freshman of the Year along with LSU’s Rachele Fico and Tennessee’s Kat Dotson. Arkansas’ Jessica Bachkora was selected as Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Softball came under the auspices of the Southeastern Conference in the 1996-97 season. Since that time, 10 different conference teams have made appearances in the NCAA Championship, including six teams earning Women’s College World Series berths - one by South Carolina in the inaugural season, Alabama in 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, Florida in 2008, 2009 and 2010, Georgia in 2009 and 2010, LSU in 2001 and 2004 and Tennessee in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010. Eight teams (Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina and Tennessee) have made Top 25 appearances and six teams have climbed into the Top 10 (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, South Carolina and Tennessee) of the NFCA/USA Today Poll. At least one SEC team has been ranked in the poll each week since the inception of SEC Softball. The 1999 season was the first in which the conference was eligible for an automatic berth to the NCAA Championships. As the sport continues to grow in competitiveness and popularity, the SEC has had six different regular season champions and five different conference tournament champions.

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• 79 NCAA Regional Appearances • 21 NCAA Super Regional Appearances • 18 Women’s College World Series Appearances • 228 NCAA Wins (includes Regional, Super Regional and WCWS) • The SEC has earned the No. 1 National Seed three consecutive seasons • The three teams that advanced to the WCWS in 2010 ties the league record. • The SEC had two of the final four teams in the 2010 WCWS • 10 different SEC teams have played in the NCAA Softball Championships • SEC teams have been ranked in every NFCA/USA Today poll since the inception of SEC softball • The SEC reached the 200K mark! More than 212,449 fans attended SEC home softball games in 2010. Alabama led the league in average attendance with 2,217 per date, 70,954 total. • 2010 is the first year of the SEC on ESPN agreement and SEC softball was televised more than any other league. On the ESPN family of networks, there were 11 regular season games and each game of the SEC Tournament televised. Regional networks such as FSN/SPSO and CSS televised 12 games, giving the league a total of 30 broadcasts. • At the 2010 SEC Softball Tournament, the total attendance was 4,477, the second largest total in tournament history since going to single-elimination. The session four attendance figure of 1,510 is the largest in tournament history since going to single-elimination. • The SEC had four national Player of the Week honors by four different players • Four SEC teams were ranked in the top 10 in both final polls: 3/4) Georgia, 4/3) Tennessee, 6) Florida and 9/8) Alabama • In 2010, two SEC student-athletes were named NFCA First-Team AllAmericans. Overall, 13 players were named to first, second and third teams combined. The record is 14 in 2009. • The SEC has earned 122 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America honors since 1997. 50 First-Team selections, 43 Second-Team selections, 29 Third-Team selections. • The SEC had 29 student-athletes named to the Lousiville Slugger/NFCA All-Region teams. 19 were named First-Team, 10 were named Second-Team. • The SEC had 15 student-athletes named to the 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams. • The SEC had six named to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Teams, incuding three on the First Team: Chelsea Bramlett (MSU), Charlotte Morgan (Alabama) and Jessica Bachkora (Arkansas).

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Build on success: That is what the 2011 Crimson Tide softball team looks to do this season. While the Tide loses two-

time SEC Player of the Year Charlotte Morgan along with 2010 senior leaders Alex Blewitt and Jessica Smith, Alabama returns nine starters from a team that won the Southeastern Conference regular season and tournament championships en route to claiming the number one overall seed in the NCAA Division I tournament. Murphy’s 2010 signing class, which was ranked third nationally by ESPN Rise, brings in four talented freshmen including a pitcher, catcher and two infielders. All four freshmen earned all-state honors in high school and two were NFCA and Under Armour All-Americans. The future continues to look bright for the Crimson Tide softball program as the squad only has two seniors this season. Kelsi Dunne and Whitney Larsen have both stepped into leadership roles this fall, as they look to go out on top. Murphy said that the overall improvement of team defense would be a key to success in 2011 and that it was a major focus throughout fall workouts. “We lost 11 games last year and we were either tied or leading in the sixth inning in seven of those games. Team defense was our Achilles heel in those losses.”

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All-American Kelsi Dunne broke the single season school record with 355 strikeouts en route to being named the SEC Pitcher of the Year. The honor is just the second in history at Alabama.

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“I think this could be one of the strongest pitching staffs we have ever had.” Coming from a program with multiple All-Americans coming out of the circle, it is clear Coach Murphy feels very confident about his hurlers this season. While only time will tell how the 2011 pitching staff matches up to those of the past, one thing is for sure heading into the season, it will be the hardest throwing staff Alabama has ever produced. “Sewell and Traina both hit 70 on the radar gun this fall and Kelsi looks stronger and faster than ever before.” “I think the sky is the limit with those three,” Murphy said. “This could be one of those years where you see us using the staff like a major league baseball team, picking and choosing matchups of who would be more successful against certain hitters. In softball with the reentry rule, it will allow us to do that easily.” “They are going to be fun to coach and fun to watch,” Murphy added. “As a group they are probably the strongest we have had in our 15 years here.” Dunne capped off a 2010 season where she earned All-American honors once again and became just the second pitcher in school history to be named the SEC Pitcher of the Year. Dunne set the single season school record with a career-best 355 strikeouts, doing so in just 213 innings pitched. The right-hander posted a 1.97 ERA and sported a 30-6 record while opposing batters only hit at a .178 clip. Sewell finished with a 10-1 record in her rookie campaign and posted a 2.15 ERA. The freshman struck out 80 in 65 innings and gained valuable experience by earning a win in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional.

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Notes A three time NFCA All-American, Dunne was tabbed SEC Pitcher of the Year in 2010. Also named SEC Tournament MVP for racking up three straight victories in Fayetteville. Owns a 13-2 record in the circle at Alabama with a 2.16 earned run average. Impressive in her freshman campaign going 10-1 with one save in 2010. NFCA and Under Armour High School All-American. Consistently breaks 70 on the radar gun.

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One of the most athletic players on the team, Whitney Larsen made the smooth transition from the outfield to shortstop in 2010. She went on to have a career season with 15 homers and 57 RBI.

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Take a look around the SEC and you will be hard pressed to find an infield as deep and as talented as the one the Tide will field this year. What was considered to be a liability at times defensively in 2010 looks to turn to a strong suit for the Tide this spring. “You could see four different kids out there every single game,” Murphy said. “It all comes down to who has the hottest bat.” Cassie Reilly-Boccia and Amanda Locke look to share time at first base this season. Murphy noted that the leadership of Reilly-Boccia at first will be important with the loss of Charlotte Morgan at first. The Tide has a plethora of options up the middle. Whitney Larsen, Jackey Branham, Ryan Iamurri and Kaila Hunt are all players that could see time at either second base or shortstop this season. “Defensively I think they have all looked pretty good,” Murphy said of the quartet. “Offensively it kind of goes from older to younger, but I would feel comfortable with putting any of them out there.” Third base will see the return of Courtney Conley, who had an impressive freshman year, despite a midseason injury. “Conley did really well this fall,” Murphy said. “I think she could be one of our best hitters. She showed a lot of pop as a freshman and had four homeruns this fall.” Murphy noted that Hunt, Larsen and Branham are all prepared to see time at the hot corner if needed this spring. Larsen anchored the infield and provided some pop from the cleanup spot. Larsen batted .318 and added 15 home runs and ranked second on the team with 57 RBI, all career highs for the Vestavia Hills native. The Crimson Tide looks to improve its offensive production from the backstop this season, while keeping a sharp defensive unit behind the plate. The Alabama skipper said that the two veterans, along with newcomer Jordan Patterson could share time behind the plate this season.

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Jackey Branham Courtney Conley Kendall Dawson Olivia Gibson Kaila Hunt Ryan Iamurri Whitney Larsen Amanda Locke Jordan Patterson Cassie Reilly-Boccia

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Played in 49 games as a true freshman. Second career hit was a three-run pinch hit home run. Started 39 games as a true freshman dispite a midseason injury. Hit 10 homers last season. Started 48 games at catcher in 2010. Caught 16 runners stealing. Had 431 putouts. Played in 29 games and earned 18 starts. Hit a surprising .303 clip in her sophomore season. Two-time Georgia All-State selection in high school. Two-time NFCA and Under Armour All-American selection in high school. Played in 63 games and made 61 starts. Ranked third on the team with 15 home runs. Started 54 games in her sophomore season, blasted 17 home runs and tallied 43 RBI. Alabama All-State selection her senior year with a .500 batting average. Only returner to have started all 63 games in 2010. Walked a school-record 66 times.

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Jazlyn Lunceford has been the definition of clutch for the Crimson Tide. The junior hit a pinch-hit grand slam in the 2009 WCWS and the game winning homer in the 2010 SEC Championship game

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Looking at the Crimson Tide outfield heading into 2011, it is hard to envision many balls finding the turf. With a core group, including Jennifer Fenton, Jazlyn Lunceford, Keima Davis and Kayla Braud, the Alabama outfield could be the fastest collective group in the nation. The newest face to the outfield is not a new face to the team, but an All-American changing positions. Kayla Braud will trade in her infielder’s glove and head to the outfield in 2011. The sophomore will continue her lead-off roll and likely start in left field this spring. Murphy said he was excited about the switch and looked forward to seeing her progress. Braud jumped onto the scene as a freshman, putting together one of the better freshmen campaigns in the history of college softball. The Eugene, Ore., native broke the single season school record in batting average, by posting a .505 clip and also added 95 hits, 75 runs and 45 stolen bases. Murphy said that Lunceford and Cassie Reilly-Boccia could both see time in left field as well this year. Center field will see the return of Jennifer Fenton and Keima Davis who both saw time in the position last year. “Between the two, I think they both cover more ground than just about any other outfielder in the country,” Murphy said. “We like that because we can play our two corners closer to the line and let the center fielder roam, because they can both cover the ground.” Davis was much improved in the fall according to the Tide’s skipper. “She is a totally different kid,” Murphy said. “She has much more confidence. Her arm strength was incredible and her bat was very improved. I think she is going to have a breakout year.” Junior Jazlyn Lunceford could be one of the most exciting prospects of the 2011 outfield. Lunceford, who has become known for her clutch performances at the plate, projects as the starting right fielder. “We need her consistency,” Murphy said. “If she can get on base for us once every game, I think we’re going to have a really good offensive team.” outfielders Player

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Notes Named SEC Freshman of the Year, NFCA Second Team All-American and Top 10 Finalist for ASA/USA Player of the Year. Broke the Alabama season batting average record with a .505 clip. Named to All-SEC Freshman Team. One of the top defensive outfielders in the SEC. Constant threat on the base paths going 57 of 59 in stolen base attempts. Clutch hitter. Named to both All-SEC Second and All-Tournament Teams. Started 55 games with a .303 average and 10 home runs in sophomore campaign. Tallied 10 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games with nine home runs.

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“We are extremely fortunate to have the top softball facility in the country. I have been to many places and this one tops them all. With the private suites, the shade for the fans, the state-of-the-art hitting facility and player amenities, this is a mini-major league park.”

Alabama broke its own NCAA single regular season attendance record in 2010 by welcoming nearly 65,000 spectators to Rhoads Stadium. On April 25, 2009 Alabama set the NCAA record for single day attendance with a combined crowd of 6,244, taking in the twin-bill against rival Auburn.

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2010 NFCA DIVISION I FIELD OF THE YEAR Capacity 3,395 Games 366 All-Time Home Record 316-50 All-Time Winning Percentage .863 Largest Crowd 3,218 (Hawaii - May 29, 2010) Most Home Wins in a Season 39 (2007) Longest Home Win Streak 30 (2006-07)

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First Game Feb. 23, 2000 Result W, 7-1 vs. UAB First Hit Cliffanie Engram (UAB) First Inning First Run Jessica Brown (UAB) Fourth Inning First Home Run Nicki McKee (UA) Fifth Inning First Decision Shelley Laird (UA) 6.1 IP 3K First SEC Game March. 17, 2000 vs. Arkansas First NCAA Game May 17, 2001 vs. Illinois-Chicago First NCAA Win May 17, 2001 vs. Illinois-Chicago First No-Hitter Feb. 26, 2000 (Jennie Finch) First Loss Feb. 26, 2000 vs. Arizona, 6-2

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First Feb. 23, 2000 vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 7-1 50th April 15, 2001 vs. Mississippi, 7-0 100th April 5, 2003 vs. Mississippi 5-1 150th April 3, 2005 vs. Mississippi, 2-1 200th Feb. 25, 2007 vs. Winthrop, 14-1 250th April. 19, 2008 vs. South Carolina, 8-0 300th March 24, 2010 vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 6-2

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For the University of Alabama softball team, home field advantage is a fact of life. After walking through the $4.2 million stadium and clubhouse, it is easy to imagine how the Crimson Tide posted a 26-8 home record in 2010 and an overall 316-50 (.863) record while playing in the stadium. Construction on a new indoor practice facility, field house and expansion to the clubhouse began after the completion of the 2010 season. The new state-of-the-art facility, which will be completed before first pitch of the 2011 season, includes a new lobby, players’ lounge, locker room, video room, an expanded training room and coaches’ offices. Additions to the already pristine complex were made during the 2009 season which helped boost the total attendance of the stadium to over 3,000. Tier seating was added in right field along with a standing room concourse area that includes tables and drink rails. For pre-game and post-game treatment, athletic trainer Nick Seiler has a fully-equipped training room at his disposal, stocked with two training tables, an ice machine, a mini-whirlpool and a hydroculator used to hold heat packs for shoulders, arms, legs or whatever the ailment may be.

In the new clubhouse, Coach Murphy and his staff can utilize a state-of-the-art video suite for team meatings and break down of both Alabama and opponents film. For the fans there are 500 chairback seats, the new tier seating in right field, 1,095 bleacher back seats and a large overhang that protects from inclement weather. There are two ticket booths to accommodate the rush of fans and a large concession stand sitting directly behind the press box. Two private luxury suites sit on either sides of the state-of-theart pressbox that includes home and visitor radio booths, a television booth, a booth for the sound system and a media room large enough to hold press conferences during tournaments. Rhoads Stadium has proven to be one of the finest places to watch softball in the nation and the attendance numbers back this up. Alabama is the only school in the country to sell out in tickets before the season has even started and the Crimson Tide has now accomplished this feat for the last four seasons. In 2010 Alabama broke its own NCAA single season attendance record of 62,435 set in 2009. 64,492 fans came to watch the Tide during the regular season in 2010. An additional 16,198 fans packed Rhoads Stadium in Alabama’s six postseason games.

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FEBRUARY 23, 2000 - opening night

With an introduction that included fireworks and a capacity crowd, the Alabama Softball Complex officially opened against instate foe UAB. The Blazers took the early lead, but behind a six-run sixth, the Crimson Tide earned a 7-1 win. All-American Shelley Laird earned the first win in the new cirlce and senior Nicki McKee belted the first home run. Kelly Kretschman and Ginger Jones collected two hits apiece while Kristi Frenier went deep and drove in three runs. First pitch was at 7:04 p.m. and 1501 fans took in a new era of Alabama softball.

MARCH 13, 2004 - DRAMATIC COMEBACK

Against arguably the toughest southpaw to ever toe the rubber, The Complex welcomed Monica Abbott and the Tennessee Lady Volunteers. Stephanie VanBrakle did it with her arm first then with her bat later as she helped Alabama to a doubleheader sweep. VanBrakle allowed three hits and struck out 11 batters en route to the win. Then with Alabama trailing 3-1 with two on and two out in the bottom of the seventh inning, VanBrakle hit a walk-off home run that bounced off the top of the right field fence for the final 4-3 margin.

MAY 23, 2009 - DUNNE NO-HITS JSU TWICE

NCAA history was made and, in doing so, it propelled Alabama to its sixth Women’s College World Series. Crimson Tide ace Kelsi Dunne threw her second no-hitter in two days at the Tuscaloosa Super Regional to help lead Alabama to a pair of 9-0 wins over Jacksonville State on ESPN. Dunne struck out seven and only walked one in each of the two contests to tie an NCAA record for consecutive no-hitters in NCAA postseason play. Seniors Kelley Montalvo and Kellie Eubanks belted home runs to provide all the offense Dunne would need.

APRIL 7, 2010 - BACK-TO-BACK COMEBACKS

Alabama and LSU produced two of the most competitive games of the SEC regular season in 2010. The rivalry between the two teams was taken to another level when the Crimson Tide picked up back-to-back comeback victories. In game one Kayla Braud came through with a bases loaded, two-run single in the bottom of the sixth to lift Alabama to a 3-1 win. Game two featured all the drama with sophomore Jennifer Fenton blasting a two-run walk-off homer to clinch the sweep and spark a 21-game winning streak to close the 2010 season.

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1998 - 99 NFCA second team 2000 - 01 nfca first team

One of the greatest players to ever put on a Crimson Tide uniform, Kelly Kretschman was the first four-time NFCA All-American in program history. The former Olympic gold medalist holds numerous records in the Alabama annals, including batting average, hits and runs to just name of few. The Indian Harbour Beach, Fla., native led Alabama to its first YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT Women’s College 1998 67-67 .467 214 94 100 22 7 25 64 31 11 40-47 World Series appear1999 65-65 .395 210 54 83 16 4 8 31 34 13 30-33 2000 80-80 .436 234 83 102 18 3 14 58 51 16 43-46 ance in 2000. 2001 61-61 .451 184 57 83 9 2 13 38 45 14 20-28 16 60 191 161 54 133-154 Totals 273-273 .437 842 288 368 65

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Catcher Carrie Moreman was a member of the first ever Crimson Tide softball team and thus only played three seasons due to graduation. In her senior campaign Moreman earned All-America honors for her prowess at the plate and behind it. She was second on the team to fellow All-American Kelly Kretschman in batting average in 1999 and paced the squad with nine home runs. Her 15 home runs in 1998 ranks fourth all-time in the Alabama single season annals. Her .331 career YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT batting average ranks 1997 58-58 .293 157 21 46 8 1 3 33 11 20 7-9 ninth all-time. 1998 67-67 .374 222 49 83 11 7 15 62 9 34 3-7 1999 64-63 .314 207 19 65 13 0 9 36 20 43 4-5 194 32 8 27 131 40 97 14-21 Totals 189-188 .331 586 89

2000 - nfca third team 2001 - NFCA Second team

Right handed hurler Shelley Laird was the first of a long line of All-American caliber pitchers to set foot in the circle for Alabama head coach Patrick Murphy. Laird earned back-to-back all-america honors after posting twostraight 30 win seasons. The Spring, Texas native holds the school record in wins, complete games and shutouts to name a few. She YEAR APP-GS ERA W-L IP CG SHO SV H R ER BB SO holds the single sea1999 38-29 2.34 21-9 223.1 25 4 3 166 78 58 60 211 son record with 38 2000 56-41 1.73 38-7 327.1 37 11 5 239 80 63 72 310 2001 45-37 1.36 32-7 265.0 33 16 3 166 46 40 54 242 wins and is one of 2002 44-35 2.22 24-12 239.0 23 8 5 187 76 59 56 282 only two pitchers to Totals 183-142 1.88 115-35 1054.2 118 39 16 758 280 220 242 1045 win 30 games.

2000 - NFCA first team

Homegrown talent Ginger Jones joined teammates Kelly Kretschman and Shelley Laird as All-America selections in 2000. Jones and Kretschman garnered the destinction as the first first-team honorees in school history. The duo helped lead Alabama to school record 66 wins in 2000. Jones ranks fourth all-time in the Alabama annals with 39 career home runs and checks in at eighth with 153 RBI. Her 17 home runs in 2000 are the third most in a single season in school history. YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT In that same season 1998 53-38 .252 119 11 30 8 1 4 18 6 18 5-7 1999 64-61 .271 166 20 45 8 0 7 28 21 35 3-3 she drove in 69 runs 2000 79-79 .356 222 37 79 9 0 17 69 39 27 4-4 which ranks second 2001 61-61 .326 178 33 58 10 0 11 38 28 33 6-6 all-time. Totals 257-239 .437 685 101 212 35 1 60 153 94 113 18-20

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Second baseman Suzanne Olcott along with teammates Kelly Kretschman, Jackie McClain and Shelley Laird became the first quartet of Alabama all-americans. The four all-american honorees were the most in a single season until 2008. Olcott had a career year in 2001 and was recearded for her efforts. She was third on the team with a .335 average and was second on the squad with 51 runs and 18 stolen bases. Her 150 career runs scored ranks seventh alltime and her six triYEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT ples check in at sixth 1999 24-18 .214 56 7 12 1 0 0 3 7 8 5-6 2000 71-66 .300 220 53 53 8 2 5 25 21 27 17-20 all-time in the 2001 61-61 .335 197 51 51 5 3 2 22 18 13 18-25 Alabama annals. 2002 65-65 .279 204 39 39 5 Totals 221-210 .297 677 150 201 19

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The left handed hitting Jackie McClain became just the second player in program history to be named an all-american in four straight seasons. The Soddy Daisy, Tenn., native paced Alabama in hitting her junior and senior seasons and broke onto the scene as a freshman at a .417 clip. McClain ranks second all-time in the Alabama annals in doubles and on base percentage and checks in at fourth all-time in batting average and slugging percentage. her .417 average as a freshman is tied for the seventh best single season mark in Alabama history and her 18 doubles and 47 walks rank third YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT best all-time in a 2001 61-61 .417 187 27 78 13 0 7 59 22 12 3-3 single season. 2002 67-67 .388 183 31 71 18 0 8 43 39 14 1-2 70-70 .359 198 25 71 17 2 8 48 31 6 1-1 2003 2004 65-65 .385 179 30 69 13 0 6 31 47 11 3-4 263-263 .387 747 113 289 61 2 29 181 139 43 8-10 Totals

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Ashley Courtney jumped onto the national scene as a freshman and never looked back as she earned all-america accolades as a rookie and as a senior. Courtney helped guide the Crimson Tide to two Women’s College World Series berths - just the second and third appearance for Alabama in Oklahoma City. She became just the third player in Alabama history at the time to hit over .400 in a season. The Vero Beach, Fla., native is tied for the career record at Alabama with 16 triples. She ranks third all-time at the Capstone in runs and hits and holds the sixth best career batting average. YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT Courtney paced the 2002 63-62 .402 184 44 74 15 4 3 41 16 31 9-15 team in batting aver2003 70-70 .347 213 47 74 10 3 5 33 23 17 16-17 2004 65-64 .308 198 58 61 12 3 9 29 25 23 25-34 age as a freshman 2005 76-75 .399 238 58 95 15 6 10 50 22 22 21-25 and as a senior. 16 27 153 86 93 71-91 Totals 274-271 .365 833 207 304 52

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A threat in the circle and in the batters box Stephanie VanBrakle was the first two-way all-american to suit up for the Crimson Tide. A power arm combined with a power bat helped lead Alabama to its first ever Southeastern Conference title in YEAR APP-GS ERA W-L IP CG SHO SV H R ER BB SO 2006. VanBrakle 2003 34-24 2.36 18-7 163.2 13 2 2 118 59 43 77 197 2004 40-23 2.47 17-10 189.2 20 6 4 130 71 52 62 230 struck out 1113 bat2005 44-41 1.73 34-7 260.1 26 10 1 180 66 50 68 341 ters during her 2006 41-37 1.52 28-6 230.1 20 8 2 133 55 39 50 345 career to set the Totals 159-125 1.96 97-30 844.0 79 26 9 561 251 184 257 1113 Alabama record. Her YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT 345 punchouts in 2003 67-64 .305 177 34 54 10 1 12 26 33 52 6-8 2006 is the most at 2004 57-55 .291 151 26 44 1 1 11 43 31 29 2-2 2005 72-69 .285 193 27 55 11 1 11 41 46 45 3-3 Alabama in a single 2006 55-53 .238 130 14 31 3 1 6 28 41 25 1-2 season. Totals 251-241 .283 651 101 184 25 4 40 138 151 151 12-15

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One of three players in Alabama history to be named an all-american in four straight seasons, the fleet-footed Brittany Rogers electrified the diamond with her speed. Rogers became only the second player in school history to hit over .400 in three seasons. The Dacula, Ga., native became the fourth player in Southeastern Conference history and the second at Alabama to tally over 300 hits, 200 runs and 100 stolen bases. Rogers holds the Alabama record for stolen bases with YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT 198 and ranks second 2006 65-63 .427 206 60 88 6 0 0 19 16 34 38-47 all-time with a .417 2007 65-64 .402 219 68 88 8 4 4 34 9 19 48-54 career batting aver2008 66-64 .452 217 79 98 13 1 1 22 20 21 60-66 2009 60-58 .381 181 49 69 6 0 0 15 19 26 52-61 age, 343 hits and 256 Totals 256-249 .417 823 256 343 33 5 5 90 64 151 198-228 runs.

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Right handed fireballer Chrissy Owens became the third all-american pitcher under head coach Patrick Murphy. Oddly her all-american campaign in 2007 was not her best. In 2006 Owens was nearly unhittable, leading the Crimson Tide to its first ever Southeastern Conference championship. The Miami, Fla., native holds the two lowest ERAs in school history, posting a 0.88 mark in 2006 and a 1.33 ledger in 2005. Her 1.49 career ERA is the lowest in school history and her 67 wins ranks third all-time. On top of baffling teams from the start, Owens also holds the career mark at the Capstone in saves with 21. Her 11 saves in 2005 is the most in a single season in Alabama history. YEAR APP-GS ERA W-L IP CG SHO SV H R ER BB 115.0 5 2 11 67 24 17 31 2005 41-9 1.33 9-2 2006 33-20 0.88 21-5 154.0 13 7 3 101 28 15 26 2007 37-26 1.67 24-5 167.1 17 11 2 149 38 31 48 2008 27-14 2.38 13-0 94.2 10 4 5 73 28 25 25 Totals 138-69 1.49 67-12 531.0 45 24 21 390 118 88 130

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A transfer from Baylor, Lauren Parker had no problems adjusting to her new surroundings as she immediately made an impact en route to earning first-team all-american honors. Parker jumped onto the scene and hit .457, the second highest single season clip in school history. Her .368 career batting average ranks fifth all-time and her .429 on base percentage ranks eighth all-time. Parker was also as good with her glove. The Port Neches, Texas native teamed up with fellow classmate Kellie Eubanks to set a NCAA record by turning five double plays against Texas in the 2009 Tuscaloosa Regional. Known as a free-swinger Parker was deceptively tough to strike out as she fanned 10 or less times in each of her three YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT 2007 55-47 .457 138 47 63 11 2 9 45 10 10 15-20 seasons at the 2008 48-37 .310 116 27 36 8 0 9 38 4 9 12-14 Capstone. 2009 60-56 .333 162 37 54 6 Totals 163-140 .368 416 111 153 25

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One of the greatest defensive players to ever put on a Crimson Tide uniform and arguably the best defensive third baseman in the country during her tenure at the Capstone, Kelley Montalvo earned All-American honors in 2008. During that 2008 campaign where she helped lead Alabama to its longest stay at the Women’s College World Series, Montalvo posted career highs in batting average, hits and RBI. She ranks in the top five in the Alabama record books in sluggin percentage (5th .579), on base percentage (4th .469), doubles (4th 51), runs (5th 174)and walks (4th 131). Her 52 walks in 2009 set the Alabama individual season record and ranked 10th in the country. Defensivley she garnered SEC All-Defensive YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT team accolades in 2006 58-52 .285 130 24 37 5 0 3 20 18 26 6-12 2008 and 2009. 2007 64-63 .346 159 45 55 16 1 11 43 23 20 12-17 2008 66-65 .373 169 46 63 15 2009 64-64 .316 155 59 49 15 204 51 Totals 252-244 .333 613 174

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2008-09 - NFCA First team 2010 - nfca SECOND TEAM

One of the best two-way-players in the country year-in and year-out, Charlotte Morgan has etched her name in the record YEAR APP-GS ERA W-L IP CG SHO SV H R ER BB SO books. The first ever 2007 14-7 2.27 8-2 52.1 3 1 1 50 27 17 12 42 in program history 2008 22-21 1.27 18-2 104.1 7 4 0 83 25 19 17 69 2009 31-23 1.80 18-6 144.0 14 7 1 119 41 37 21 124 to earn SEC Player 2010 19-17 3.54 7-2 89.0 5 1 0 100 54 45 21 59 of the Year honors Totals 86-65 2.12 51-12 389.2 29 13 2 352 147 118 71 294 twice, Morgan broke YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT the SEC career RBI 2007 62-62 .358 165 37 59 8 0 11 52 26 12 8-9 record with 264 and 2008 65-65 .417 192 46 80 19 0 19 79 23 18 3-3 2009 61-61 .406 165 30 67 11 0 11 59 28 14 0-0 was near the top in 2010 63-63 .361 155 44 56 11 1 17 74 57 19 3-3 every batting record. Totals 251-251 .387 677 157 262 49 1 58 264 134 63 14-15

2008 & 2010 - nfca Third Team 2009 - nfca first team

Making an immediate impact in the circle Florida native Kelsi Dunne has backed up her National High School Player of the Year accolades in her first three seasons. As a rookie in 2008 Dunne led Alabama to its longest stay at the Women’s College World Series in school history. In just three seasons the right-hander has tossed six no-hitters, breaking the Alabama record of five. Dunne broke the record in impressive fashion by tossing a NCAA record backto-back no-hitters in the Tuscaloosa Super Regional in 2009. In 2010 Dunne became just the second UA hurler to be named SEC Pitcher of the Year. Her 355 YEAR APP-GS ERA W-L IP CG SHO SV H R ER BB SO 2008 41-30 1.44 26-6 213.2 20 10 4 114 55 44 72 275 punchouts were the 2009 40-35 1.63 28-5 215.1 26 13 1 137 64 50 103 258 most in school his2010 42-34 1.97 30-6 213.1 22 4 1 135 76 60 68 355 tory. Totals 123-101 1.68 84-17 642.1 68 27 6 386 195 154 243 888

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In just her first season in collegiate softball, Kayla Braud jumped onto the national scene. The rookie put together one of the finest freshman seasons in NCAA softball history by breaking the Alabama school record with a .505 batting average. Braud was the catalyst atop the potent Crimson Tide lineup, pacing the team in hits (95), runs (75) and stolen bases (45). In the long line of highly touted recruits, Braud was named the SEC Freshman of the Year, the fourth in five years for an Alabama rookie. On top of breaking the school record for batting average, the newcomer also etched her name atop the single season annals in on base percentage (.564) and ranked fourth in runs and hits. For her efforts she was named an YEAR GP-GS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-ATT ASA/USA Player of 2010 63-62 .505 188 75 95 9 4 3 32 26 24 45-50 the Year Top 10 finalTotals 63-62 .505 188 75 95 9 4 3 32 26 24 45-50 ist.

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE ESPN Academic All-American 2010............................ Charlotte Morgan (First Team) 2009.....................Charlotte Morgan (Second Team) 2008..........................Charlotte Morgan (Third Team) 2004...............................Jackie McClain (Second Team) 2001..........................................Ginger Jones (First Team) .............................................Kelley Askew (Second Team). ....................................Kelly Kretschman (Second Team) 2000..................................Ginger Jones (Second Team) ESPN Academic All-District 2010............................ Charlotte Morgan (First Team) 2009.......................... Charlotte Morgan (First Team) ...................................Brittany Rogers (Second Team) 2008........................... Charlotte Morgan (First Team) .................................... Jordan Praytor (Second Team) ...............................Ashley Holcombe (Second Team) .....................................Chrissy Owens (Second Team) 2006.............................. Jordan Praytor (Second Team) .............................Stephanie VanBrakle (Second Team) 2005.......................................Jackie Wilkins (First Team) ........................................Jennifer Wright (Second Team) 2004......................................Jackie McClain (First Team) ............................................. Angela Johnson (First Team) 2003............................Angela Johnson (Second Team) ..........................................Jennifer Reach (Second Team) 2002............................Angela Johnson (Second Team) ........................................ Suzanne Olcott (Second Team) 2001..........................................Kelley Askew (First Team) ....................................................Ginger Jones (First Team) ...........................................Kelly Kretschman (First Team) ........................................ Suzanne Olcott (Second Team) 2000.........................................Ginger Jones (First Team) ...............................................Suzanne Olcott (First Team) Academic All-SEC 2010...................................................... Charlotte Morgan ........................................................................ Lisa Elizondo .................................................................Catherine Dozier ...................................................................Whitney Larsen ...................................................................Jennifer Fenton ........................................................................ Olivia Gibson ................................................................ Jazlyn Lunceford ...........................................................Cassie Reilly-Boccia ....................................................................... Jessica Smith 2009..................................................... Charlotte Morgan ............................................................... Ashley Holcombe ......................................................................Kellie Eubanks ...................................................................Kelley Montalvo .......................................................................Lauren Parker ...................................................................Brittany Rogers .................................................................... Amanda Locke ...........................................................................Kelsi Dunne .................................................................Catherine Dozier ...................................................................Whitney Larsen 2008..................................................... Charlotte Morgan .....................................................................Jordan Praytor ............................................................... Ashley Holcombe ..................................................................... Chrissy Owens ......................................................................Kellie Eubanks ...................................................................... Katie Johnson ...................................................................Kelley Montalvo .......................................................................Lauren Parker ...................................................................Brittany Rogers ....................................................................... Jessica Smith .......................................................................... Dani Woods 2007..................................................................Mallory Benak ................................................................................. Kellie Deska ............................................................................Kellie Eubanks ..................................................................... Ashley Holcombe .............................................................................Katie Johnson .........................................................................Kelley Montalvo ........................................................................... Chrissy Owens .............................................................................Lauren Parker ...................................................................................Blair Potter ...........................................................................Jordan Praytor ......................................................................... Brittany Rogers .................................................................................Dani Woods

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Kellie Deska .............................................................................Katie Johnson ........................................................................... Chrissy Owens ...................................................................................Blair Potter ...........................................................................Jordan Praytor ..............................................................................Staci Ramsey ...............................................................Stephanie VanBrakle .................................................................................Dani Woods 2005................................................................Mandy Burford ........................................................................Ashley Courtney .................................................................................Emily Currie ................................................................................. Kellie Deska .............................................................................Katie Johnson ........................................................................... Chrissy Owens ..............................................................................Deasy Phillips ...........................................................................Jordan Praytor .............................................................................. Lauren Roark ...............................................................Stephanie VanBrakle .................................................................................Dani Woods ..........................................................................Jennifer Wright .............................................................................Jackie Wilkins 2004................................................................Mandy Burford ........................................................................Ashley Courtney .................................................................................Emily Currie ................................................................................. Kellie Deska ........................................................................ Angela Johnson ............................................................................Jackie McClain ...............................................................................Capper Reed ...............................................................Stephanie VanBrakle .................................................................................. Leah White .............................................................................Jackie Wilkins .................................................................................. Erin Wright ..........................................................................Jennifer Wright 2003.............................................................. Casey Cockrum ........................................................................Ashley Courtney .................................................................................Emily Currie ........................................................................ Angela Johnson ............................................................................Jackie McClain ...............................................................Stephanie VanBrakle .................................................................................. Leah White .............................................................................Jackie Wilkins ..........................................................................Jennifer Wright 2002.............................................................. Casey Cockrum ........................................................................ Angela Johnson ................................................................................Shelley Laird ............................................................................Jackie McClain ..........................................................................Suzanne Olcott ........................................................................... Jennifer Reach .................................................................................. Leah White 2001.....................................................................Kelley Askew ...............................................................................Ginger Jones ......................................................................Kelly Kretschman ..........................................................................Suzanne Olcott ........................................................................... Jennifer Reach 2000....................................................................Kelley Askew ................................................................................ Lise Debruin ................................................................................Kristi Frenier ...............................................................................Ginger Jones ......................................................................Kelly Kretschman ..................................................................................Christy Kyle ..........................................................................Suzanne Olcott .................................................................................Paula White 1999......................................................................Kelley Askew .............................................................................. Amy Bernard ................................................................................... 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Alabama Softball Academic Excellence Mandy burford  Sigma Alpha Lambda katie johnson  Phi Eta Sigma stephanie vanbrakle Arthur Ashe Award Nominee dani Woods National Society of Collegiate Scholars BRITTANY ROGERS & Jordan Praytor Paull ‘Bear’ Bryant Award

Alabama Softball Academic All-Americans Kelley Askew 2001 Second Team

Ginger Jones 2000 Second Team 2001 First Team Kelly Kretschman 2001 Second Team Jackie McClain 2004 Second Team

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Straight trips to an ncaa regional The Alabama softball team has made 12 straight appearances in postseason play. The streak started in 1999 under first-year head coach Patrick Murphy. Every season since his first at the helm of the Crimson Tide, Alabama has been a mainstay in postseason play. Of the 12 straight postseason appearances, Alabama has made six Women’s College World Series appearances and hosted 11 regionals in Tuscaloosa. The Crimson Tide has hosted a regional every season since 2005 and has advanced to the WCWS four times since then. Postseason play has been kind to Alabama in Tuscaloosa as the Tide have advanced to the next round all but twice and have moved on eight straight times.

women’s college world series berths Alabama has advanced to the Women’s College World Series six times in its 14 years of playing softball. The Crimson Tide has made the trip to Oklahoma City, Okla., two years in a row and four times in the last five seasons. Alabama has advanced six times in the decade and has won at least one game at Hall of Fame Stadium four times. In the last two seasons the Crimson Tide has made it as far as the semifinal round, earning a school record two wins in back-to-back seasons. Alabama has had four different players selected to the WCWS All-Tournament team. All-American Kelly Kretschman was the first, earning the honor in 2000. Charlotte Morgan has earned the honor in back-to-back seasons and was joined in 2009 by Brittany Rogers and Kelley Montalvo.

western division championships The Crimson Tide has had a stranglehold on the Southeastern Conference western division. Alabama has won the west six times, including three seasons in a row. The Crimson Tide has won 20 or more games in conference play on 10 different occasions, including 10 of the last 11 seasons. Alabama won a school record 25 conference games in three different seasons, reaching the quarter-century mark in 2000, 2006 and 2008. The first division title came in 2003 when Alabama went 22-8 in the conference season. Alabama then won 23 games en route to its second title in 2005 and 25 in 2006. The Tide then once again claimed back-to-back-to-back titles with 25 wins in 2008, 21 in 2009 and 23 in 2010.

southeastern conference titles Alabama has won six different Southeastern Conference titles, earning the trophy outright in 2006 and 2010 and adding four SEC Tournament titles in 1998, 2003, 2005 and 2010. The Crimson Tide won the regular season title in 2006 on the strength of a 25-4 record. The Tide swept its way through the 2010 campaign by claiming both the regular season and tournament titles. In just its second season of existence Alabama claimed the tournament title in 1998, beating No. 12 LSU twice and earning a ninth inning victory over Mississippi State. In 2003 the Tide swept its way to the title and then beat No. 13 Tennessee and No. 8 Georgia to win the tournament in 2005.

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The Crimson Tide softball team regularly gives back to the city of Tuscaloosa and the surrounding areas through various community service programs. Alabama student-athletes take time out of their hectic schedules to read to children, speak at local churches or to just stop by a hospital to brighten the day of patients. Pictured above the Alabama softball team adopted Krystin Pruitt by teaming up with the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation. Krystin was joined at the ceremony by her mother Stacey and brother Kaleb. The organization connects children with brain tumors with athletic programs.

“Being able to give back to a community that has supported us throughout every season is such a fulfilling and rewarding experience. Knowing that we are role models to so many in this community, it means a lot to us to spend time with our fans and we try to take full advantage of every opportunity we get to give back to a fan base that has given us so much.� CASSIE REILLY-BOCCIA

SEC Community Service Team Every year the SEC recognizes outstanding student-athletes for their volunteer work in the community. The honor is awarded yearly to one member of each team. 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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• Six College World Series appearances (2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009) • 12-straight NCAA Tournament appearances (2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999) • Two SEC Championship (2010, 2006) • Three SEC Tournament Championships (2010, 2005, 2003) • Two-time SEC Coach of Year (2010, 2006) • Most wins in school history (632) • Best winning percentage in school history (.771)

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• Most wins in a season in school history (66) • Most wins in the country-66 (2000) • Consecutive Top-10 ranking (2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2001, 2000) • Six-time South Region Coaching Staff of the Year (2000, 2003, 2006, 2008. 2009, 2010) • 31 NFCA All-Americans • 30 Easton All-Americans • 44 All-South Region Selections • 60 All-SEC Selections • Most SEC wins in a season in UA history (25)

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Eight Academic All-Americans 126 Academic All-SEC Selections Nine NCAA Regional All-Tournament team selections Five World Series All-Tournament team selections 47 SEC Player of the Week selections Youngest coach in SEC history to reach 100 wins Hitting coach for Canadian National Team in 2004 Olympics 2009, 2010 Team USA Assistant Coach Current NFCA President

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In today’s world of collegiate athletics, where coaches change jobs and take on new programs with increasing regularity, not many can claim to have been there at the beginning. Not many can say they were there at the origin of a program, having been there from the very inception to where it stands today. And certainly nobody can claim to have brought a program further, and in shorter time, than Crimson Tide head softball coach Patrick Murphy. From a humble start to becoming a model of success and consistency, Murphy has taken Alabama to the top of the college softball world. Beginning with his days as an assistant in the very first years of the Alabama softball program, Murphy has been the face of a team that has grown under his leadership to become one of the most consistently successful programs in the nation. The accomplishments are there for everyone to see. Six Women’s College World Series berths, two SEC titles and 12 straight NCAA Tournament bids are just a few of the team honors Murphy has brought to Tuscaloosa during his tenure. The individual honors are just as impressive. Tide players have earned All-American honors no fewer than 61 times under Murphy’s watch. He has tutored 60 All-SEC performers and over 44 All-Region honorees. His teams have been just as successful in the classroom, with eight Academic All-Americans and 126 All-SEC Academic selections to his credit. Even more impressively, Murphy has led the program to a surge of pop-

son attendance record formerly held by Fresno State. Those numbers are what every softball coach in the nation would do anything to achieve and stand as a tribute both to what Murphy and his team have achieved and to the willingness of Tide fans to support a program that does things right, both on and off the field. Now in his 13th season as the head coach of the Crimson Tide, Murphy has turned his program into an absolute model of consistency, having guided Alabama to 12 consecutive NCAA tournaments, including appearances in the 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009 Women’s College World Series. In 2010 Murphy eclipsed the 650

Individually Charlotte Morgan was named the Southeastern Conference Player of the Year, Kelsi Dunne was awarded SEC Pitcher of the Year, Kayla Braud was tabbed the SEC Freshman of the Year and Murphy earned SEC Coach of the Year honors. Morgan, Dunne and Braud all earned NFCA All-American accolades. In 2009, Murphy and his staff were named the NFCA South Region Coaching Staff of the Year for the fifth time after leading Alabama to a 54-11overall record. UA tied its longest run in the WCWS by finishing with a 2-2 mark in Oklahoma City. Alabama had three players earn 2009 Louisville Slugger/NFCA AllAmerica honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association The Crimson Tide led the nation with three first-team selections as Kelsi Dunne and Charlotte Morgan. Senior centerfielder Brittany Rogers also garnered second-team honors. Since taking over prior to the 1999 season, he has compiled a winning record in all 10 seasons. He has won 45 or more games in each of the past nine years with a program-best 66 victories in 2000 and 63 wins in 2005. Murphy has also won over 20 games in conference play in 10 of his 12 seasons in the SEC. The 2008 campaign marked the third time he had posted 25 conference victories, matching the win totals from the 2006 and 2000 seasons. Murphy’s ability to build and maintain the impressive level of consistency places him among the nation’s elite. He has a career mark of 662-199

MURPHY has a .780 winning percentage at alabama and has been just as successful in the always competitive SEC with a 303-101 (.750) record. ularity among Tide fans. Alabama has become a regular atop the nation’s attendance standings, with an evergrowing group of loyal fans who fill the stands at Rhoads Stadium throughout the season. The 2008 campaign was a sellout, setting a new benchmark in season tickets sold with more than 1,200 going to loyal fans. The 2009 season Alabama broke the single sea-

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win mark en route to leading the Crimson Tide to SEC regular season and tournament championships. For their efforts the Alabama coaching staff was once again named the NFCA South Region Coaching Staff of the Year. Alabama finished with a 52-11 record and a 23-4 conference mark en route to earning the number one overall seed in the NCAA tournament.

in 13 seasons, including one year at Northwest Missouri State. His winning percentage of .780 ranks him fourth among active NCAA Division I coaches who have coached at least five years at the Division I level. He has been just as successful in the always competitive Southeastern Conference with a 224-72 (.757) record in league play.

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HEAD COACH PATRICK MURPHY

It is his desire for perfection that has led the Tide to the upper echelon of the softball world. Murphy’s desire and hard-nosed work ethic has led the Tide program to as high as No. 1 in the national rankings, reached for the first time in program history during the 2007 regular season and continued through the 2009 season. The Tide has finished ranked in the top 10 in the final polls in each of the past six campaigns. The 2010 squad earned the number one overall seed in the NCAA tournament after finishing the season on a 21 game winning streak, in which the Tide captured both the SEC regular season and tournament titles. Entering his 20th season as a collegiate coach, Murphy officially acquired the title of Alabama’s head coach on July 12, 1998. He spent the two previous years as an assistant coach on the Crimson Tide coaching staff. In his first season as the head coach he took the team to its first NCAA Tournament with a 39-26 record. The Tide lost to No. 1 UCLA and No. 23 Missouri in the Los Angeles Regional. In his second season, he took the program to the next step, leading Alabama to its first-ever Women’s College World Series berth after the best regular season in school history. That 2000 team won a schoolrecord 66 games (66-14) and 25 SEC games (25-5). They finished ranked in the top 10 for the first time in school history after earning a 6-4 victory over DePaul for the school’s first win in the WCWS. Alabama continued its success in 2001 when they hosted the NCAA Regional for the first time. The Tide ended

SNAPSHOTS The Crimson Tide made its sixth Women’s College World Series appearance in 2009. Murphy’s squad ranked third in WCWS appearances from 2000-2010, only trailing Arizona and UCLA.

the season ranked No. 10 with a 50-11 record and 24-6 SEC mark. In 2002 they went 46-21 (22-8 SEC) and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Murphy took the Tide back to the Women’s College World Series in 2003. After winning his first SEC Championship as a head coach, the team swept the NCAA Regional to advance to the WCWS where they lost two close games, 3-2, to No. 1 Arizona and 6-3 (9) to No. 4 Oklahoma. Alabama finished ranked No. 7 with a 49-21 record (22-8 SEC). The 2004 team posted a 45-20 mark but had to travel to No. 4 UCLA for the NCAA Regional and lost twice to the Bruins. However, the next season they were back at the Women’s College World Series. The 2005 squad

tallied the second most wins in school history with a 63-15 record and 23-7 SEC ledger. They won the school’s third SEC Tournament Championship with a 2-0 victory over Georgia. and swept the NCAA Regional to earn the right to travel to College Station for a twogame sweep over No. 5 Texas A&M in the Super Regional. In the WCWS, they earned a 12-inning 2-1 victory over DePaul before they were eliminated with a 4-0 loss to Tennessee. A product of Fayette, Iowa, one could almost say he was born to be around the game of baseball. In the third grade, young Murphy put on his first baseball glove and took to the little league fields. Five years later, fresh out of the eighth grade, he made Fay-

Murphy Among the Winningest Active Coaches NCAA Division i Coaches by Percentage Coach, Team

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Years

Pct.

1. Mike Candrea, Arizona

23

.826

2. Stefni Lotief, La.-Lafayette

10

.795

3. Michael Lotief, La.-Lafayette

8

.790

4. Patrick Murphy, Alabama

12

.780

5. Patty Gasso, Oklahoma

16

.755

6. Yvette Girouard, LSU

30

.755

7. Tim Walton, Florida

8

.752

8. Ralph Weekly, Tennessee

23

.744

9. Lu Harris-Champer, Georgia

14

.743

10. Carol Hutchins, Michigan

27

.740

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HEAD COACH PATRICK MURPHY ette (IA) High School’s varsity baseball squad and played the next five years for five different coaches. “I always knew I wanted to be a coach,” he said. “My high school was such a small school that I got to play varsity baseball in eighth grade and, every year, I had a different coach and, every year, it was something different I learned, either good or bad, from that coach. My senior year, I tried to put everything together I had learned from all the different coaches and came up with a good coach.” After hanging up his spikes on his prep career, Murphy made the trip to the campus of the University of Northern Iowa where he spent the next four years. Murphy took his first job doing what he had always wanted to do, however, on a smaller scale, when he became a little league head coach. Three years after taking that job, he graduated from Northern Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in History Education, and then loaded up in 1988 and began his trek into the real world, only to find that it brought him right back where he had started. Even with his youngest players not being much younger than himself, Murphy concedes that his first job as a head coach was where he learned the most -

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about himself and the game. “Those kids were baseball nuts,” he said. “They played baseball on the town tennis court because that was the only place in town that had lights. The lights would go off automatically at midnight so that is when they knew they had to go home. “They taught me so many things about the game of baseball. They played because they loved it so much.” It took just two years for Murphy to become a success as a head coach. After leading the Sumner High School boys to a 22-3 record in his first year as head coach, he led the Aces to the state championship game the next season. Following a short stay at Sumner, Murphy continued his education as a graduate student at Southwestern Louisiana (now known as Louisiana-Lafayette). While at USL, he broke into the collegiate coaching ranks as an assistant softball coach while finishing his master’s degree in communications in 1992. “The head coach at USL knew I had coached baseball in Iowa and she told me about the job,” Murphy remembers. “It only paid six thousand dollars, but I was in grad school there and she asked me if I wanted another duty. So I said `Sure, I’ll try it.’ That’s where it all started and I just got hooked.”

Prospering with the Ragin’ Cajuns through a five-year record (1990-94) of 239-46, including a trip to the 1993 Women’s College World Series on the shoulders of former player and current Alabama assistant coach Alyson Habetz, Murphy moonlighted as head coach of the Independence (IA) high school baseball team from 1992-95. Due to the high recognition of his duties as an assistant coach at USL, along with the solid success of his duties as a high school coach, Murphy learned of and got a job as interim head coach at Northwest Missouri State in 1995. Although he was officially hired just three weeks before spring practice in 1995, Murphy led the Bearcats to a 28-20 record. At every stop, then, Murphy has proven himself to be a leader capable of recruiting and developing talented players who perform on the field and in the classroom. Combining that with the lure of athletic tradition at Alabama and the nation’s finest facilities, the Crimson Tide softball team remains poised to be among the nation’s best for the foreseeable future.

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If Patrick Murphy has been the face of the Alabama softball program throughout its entirety, Alyson Habetz has certainly played a huge role of her own in developing the Tide into one of the nation’s elite. Entering her 13th season as Murphy’s assistant, Habetz earned a promotion of her own when Murphy named her Associate Head Coach in the summer of 2007. Habetz brings a wealth of softball 48

and baseball knowledge to the Tide staff. She joined the program on Sept. 21, 1998, in the program’s second year. During her tenure, she has helped Murphy lead the Tide to six College World Series appearances and an SEC title. Habetz’s primary duties include outfield play and team offense. She also contributes significantly to the evaluation of recruits. “Alyson is a great role model for our

players and future recruits,” Murphy said. “She is one of the most outstanding people I have met. She was a dream to coach and she is even better to coach with. I think she’s the best assistant coach in the country. She has turned down several head coaching jobs already and she just keeps getting better and better each year.” Habetz began her stint at Alabama following a four-year career in women’s

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professional baseball. She joined the pitching rotation with the Colorado Silver Bullets women’s professional baseball team in 1995 following her collegiate playing career. She played for the Silver Bullets for three years before joining the Long Beach Aces of the now defunct women’s professional baseball league as a first baseman and pitcher in 1998. After her first season with the Silver Bullets, she made the trip to Cooperstown, N.Y., where they opened up a section in the National Baseball Hall of Fame for the Colorado Silver Bullets team alongside her good friend and favorite sports hero Tommy Lasorda. After spending two years fighting the issue in the state courts, Habetz became the first female in the state of Louisiana to play high school baseball, garnering All-District honors as a first baseman and pitcher while earning All-District, All-Parish and All-State honors as a basketball player. Habetz also excelled in the classroom representing her senior class of 1990 as its salutatorian and earning an academic scholarship to the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) where she had also earned a basketball scholarship. While displaying her talents as a basketball player at USL, Habetz was also a member of the softball team, earning Third team All-American, All-South Region, All-Louisiana and Academic AllAmerican honors with the Ragin’ Cajuns. While at USL, Habetz played under Murphy, who was an assistant coach in Lafayette.

SNAPSHOTS Associate head coach Alyson Habetz has made a huge impact on the Alabama hitters and outfielders. Pictured above with All-American Kayla Braud.

She helped lead her team to an appearance in the 1993 Women’s College World Series. As a member of the basketball team, Habetz etched her name in the record books, settling in at No. 7 alltime on the career scoring list en route to earning membership in the 1,000-point club. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communication in 1995. In 2006, she was inducted into the Louisiana High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame. She is also enshrined in the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Sports Hall of Fame as she was inducted in 2003.

The Habetz File Years

Playing/Coaching Experience

2007-Present

The University of Alabama Associate Head Coach

1998-07

The University of Alabama Assistant Coach

1995-98

Professional Baseball Colorado Silver Bullets Louisiana Lafayettes (1995-1997) Long Beach Aces (1998)

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Years

Playing/Coaching Experience

1990-95 University of Southwestern Louisiana Four-year letterwinner in softball, basketball All-South Region Softball Player Third-team All-American (Softball) Academic All-American Member of 1993 Women’s CWS team Member of basketball’s 1000-point club Seventh all-time on basketball scoring list 1986-90 Notre Dame High School (Crowley, La.) All-District baseball player (1B & P)

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Perhaps on the day of her birth, Alabama assistant coach Vann Stuedeman, now in her 11th season, was destined to come to the University of Alabama. Born on September 11, Stuedeman shares the same birthday as legendary Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. “Vann has been a huge part of our success on the mound the past several years,” said head coach Patrick Murphy. “I don’t think a school in the country be50

sides Alabama can say they have had nine 20-game winners the past six years. Our philosophy has always been to have a good “pitching staff” and Vann has accomplished that with great pitching performances by several young ladies. I think a key indicator of a good coach is the improvement of the athletes over their careers. Our pitchers have always gotten better.” Stuedeman has been instrumental in

building the UA pitching staff into one of the most dominant in the nation. Her efforts have been vital to making Alabama a perennial power on the national scene. Since Stuedeman’s arrival at Alabama, the Crimson Tide pitching staff has garnered nine All-American honors, 12 all-South Region honors, two SEC Pitchers of the Year, ten all-SEC honors, 16 SEC Pitcher of the Week awards, two

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National Player of the Week awards, an SEC tournament MVP, four NCAA AllRegion tournament team pitchers as well as watching one of her pitchers garner NCAA All-Region tournament MVP. Stuedeman has had an All-American under her tutelage in five straight seasons. While in charge of the pitchers, Alabama hurlers have combined to post a 526-139 (.791) record and have tossed 17 no-hitters, including a school record five in 2009. All-American Kelsi Dunne set an NCAA Postseason record by throwing back-to-back no-hitters at the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional to propel Alabama to its sixth Women’s College World Series berth. In just two seasons Dunne has tossed a school record six no-hitters. Things always have a strange way of working out and for Stuedeman it could not have been more ironic. She was once a student at the University of Alabama, but only for a semester. She left because she wanted to play softball at the collegiate level. At the time the university did not offer softball as a varsity sport, so Stuedeman transferred to Huntingdon College in Montgomery. Stuedeman, a Birmingham native, was an All-American pitcher during her 199194 career at Huntingdon College. During her four years at Huntingdon, she helped the team reach the national tournament twice, both times finishing third. She went on to become a graduate assistant at the University of West Alabama while earning her master’s degree in Elementary Education. While at West Alabama, Stuedeman helped lead the team to the Gulf South Conference Champion-

SNAPSHOTS Under the direction of pitching coach Vann Stuedeman, Alabama has sported an All-American hurler in five straight seasons and they have thrown 17 no-hitters.

ship in 1995, while the team’s head coach was away from the team on maternity leave. The championship was the first in the `90s for the West Alabama program and the first winning season of the decade as well. After spending two seasons at UWA, Stuedeman went to the University of Alabama-Huntsville as an assistant coach for her sister, Les Stuedeman, for the next three years. Her main priority was working with the pitchers and outfielders. During her stint there, the UAH pitching staff ranked in the Top five nationally in Division II in ERA all three seasons. She helped lead the program to two Gulf South Conference championships, three NCAA Regional appearances and a trip to the 1999

Division II National Tournament. She was also a part of the staff that was named South Region Coaching Staff of the Year in 1999. She then accepted the head coaching position at East Limestone High School, in Limestone County, where she led the team to its first winning season since 1994, finishing one game shy of the state tournament.

The Stuedeman File Years

Playing/Coaching Experience

2001-Present

The University of Alabama Assistant Coach

1999-2000

East Limestone County HS Head Coach

1997-1999

University of Alabama-Huntsville Assistant Coach

1995-1996

West Alabama University Graduate Assistant

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Years

Playing/Coaching Experience

1991-1994

Huntingdon College All-American 1994 Four year starter as a pitcher 183-50 career record Two third place finishes in National Tournament (`92 and `94)

1986-1990

Vestavia Hills High Scholl Golden Glove Award

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Jordan Burson Manager

Ticket Office

Manager

Strength and Conditioning

Chris Hildreth

Dr. Jeff Laubenthal Softball Team Doctor

Jason Nance

Director of Equipment Operations

Skip Powers

Assistant Director of Media Relations

Marie Robbins

Associate Athletic Director/SWA

Nick Seiler

Harold Sexton

Miles Snider

Ashley Waters

Chandler Whidden

Academic Advisor

Grounds Crew

Softball Athletic Trainer

Matt Currie

Michelle Diltz

Heather Anders

Beverly Chandler

Event Technology

Manager

Assistant Director of Event Management

Manager

The Petullo File Years

2010-Present

Kate Petullo

Director of Softball Operations

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Playing/Coaching Experience The University of Alabama Director of Operations

2008-2010

Creighton University Assistant Coach

2007-2008

Millard West (Neb.) HS Varsity Basketball & Softball Coach

2003-2007

Creighton University Four year Outfielder

2000-2003 West (Waterloo, Iowa) HS Softball, Track, Basketball & Cross Country

“We are very excited to add Kate Petullo to our staff. I have always said the best quote to live by is to `surround yourself with good people and good things will happen.’ Kate is a great person who comes highly recommended.” -- Head Coach Patrick Murphy

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PLAYER PERSONNEL

2010 (FRESHMAN):

Played in 49 games while starting three ... was used primarily as a late-inning defensive replacement ... her first career hit was a two-run double against South Carolina on March 20 ... hit her first career home run the very next day which was a three-run shot against South Carolina (March 21) ... appeared in every NCAA Tournament game as a defensive substitution.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Comes to Tuscaloosa from Troy, Mo., where she prepped at Troy Buchanan High School ... played for coach Lance Richardson at TBHS ... earned first team all-conference, first team all-district and first team all-region accolades in her first three seasons at TBHS ... was an all-metro selection as a sophomore and junior and was a first team all-state selection as a junior ... missed her senior season due to injury ... played club softball for the St. Louis Chaos for head coach Bob Furrer ... helped lead the Chaos to an ASA 16u runner-up finish at the Nationals in 2008 ... was USFA national champions in 2005 and runners-up in 2004 ... AFA national champions in 2002 ... played with Alabama teammate Courtney Conley since nine years old ... is the daughter of Kim and Charley Branham ... has two brothers named Nathan and Neil.

BRANHAM’S CAREER STATS

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB ATT 2010 .150 49 3 20 5 3 1 0 1 5 3 9 0 0 TOTAL .150 49 3 20 5 3 1 0 1 5 3 9 0 0

2010 (FRESHMAN):

Was named the SEC Freshman of the Year ... named NFCA second-team AllAmerican ... was tabbed to the All-SEC first-team and All-Freshman team ... was a top 10 finalist for ASA/USA Player of the Year ... was named SEC Freshman of the Week on three different occasions (2/22, 3/15 & 3/29) ... was named to the Easton Challenge all-tournament team ... garnered SEC all-tournament team honors ... paced the SEC during league games in runs scored (38) and ranked second in batting average (.500), hits (42) and on base percentage (.580) ... leads the team in six offensive categories including batting average (.505), on base percentage (.564), runs (75), hits (95), triples (4) and stolen bases (45) ... broke the Alabama single season record for batting average with a .505 clip, which was third best in the nation ... started in 62 of the 63 games played ... tallied a team-best 32 multi-hit games ... batted 2-for-3 with two runs scored on opening day in game two against Missouri (Feb. 13) ... tallied two hits, including a double, drove in three runs and scored twice against Rhode Island (Feb. 19) at the Hatter Invitational ... batted a perfect 3-for-3 with two runs scored and a stolen base against Ohio State (Feb. 21) ... collected eight hits over four games at the NFCA Leadoff Classic, including two against Iowa, Michigan and Nebraska ... scored three runs and stole two bases against Nebraska (Feb. 27) ... batted 3-for-4 and scored twice against DePaul at the Easton Challenge (March 7) ... hit a triple, scored twice and drove in two runs against Liberty (March 9) ... batted a perfect 3-for-3 and scored three runs in game two at Georgia (March 13) ... hit her first career home run, which was a grand slam, and scored three times against South Carolina (March 21) ... tallied seven hits and seven runs in the Florida series, including back-to-back 3-for-4 efforts in the final two games of the series ... hit a three run homer in the sixth inning of the series finale ... batted 3-for-3 and scored three times while swiping two bags against Northwestern (April 11) ... tallied three hits and three runs and drove in two in the second game of the doubleheader against Arkansas (April 24) ... batted 3-for-4 and scored three runs in the series opener at Mississippi State (May 8) ... helped lead Alabama to the SEC tournament title by batting 3 for 4 with three stolen bases against LSU in the championship game (May 15) ... went 3-for-3 with a run scored in opening game of Super Regional against Hawai’i (May 29).

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

SNAPSHOTS Branham made an immediate impact in the infield, being used primarily as a late inning defensive replacement. The rookie fielded .979 and had only one error.

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Prepped at Marist High School in Eugene, Ore. ... played for her grandfather, coach Bob Hammitt at MHS ... enters her freshman campaign at the Capstone with a national record 103 game hitting streak ... was a first team all-league selection, first team all-state honoree and league MVP all four seasons ... was the Oregon 4A Player of the Year her junior and senior seasons ... was named an Under Armour All-American as a senior ... her hitting streak was named the No. 1 record-breaker by ESPN RISE ... played club softball for the Eugene Thunder (10 years) and the Northwest Bullets Gold (1 year) for head coaches Denny Braud, Bob Hammitt and Tony Campos ... helped lead the Thunder to ASA Nationals seven times ... led the Northwest Bullets to a fifth place finish at 18 Gold Nationals ... is the daughter of Kelli and Denny Braud ... has a sister named Megan and two brothers named Joey and Andrew.

BRAUD’S CAREER STATS

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB ATT 2010 .505 63 62 188 75 95 9 4 3 32 26 24 45 50 TOTAL .505 63 62 188 75 95 9 4 3 32 26 24 45 50

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PLAYER PERSONNEL

2010 (FRESHMAN):

Played in 56 games and started in 39 as a true freshman ... led all Alabama freshmen with 10 home runs ... batted .311 during league play and added six home runs and 19 RBI ... nine of her 14 hits went for extra bases during conference play ... her first hit in a Crimson Tide uniform was a home run against Missouri (Feb. 13) ... tallied two hits, including a two-run home run against Michigan at the NFCA Leadoff Classic (Feb. 27) ... hit a solo shot and scored twice against South Carolina (March 21) ... blasted a solo home run at Auburn in game two of the series ... batted 3-for-4 with three RBI and a home run in the series finale against Auburn (April 3) ... hit her first career triple and drove in three runs in the nightcap against Arkansas (April 24) ... hit a solo home run and drove in two in the series finale at Arkansas (April 25) ... blasted a three-run home run in game two against Tennessee (May 1) ... drilled a home run and drove in a career-high four runs in game two at Mississippi State (May 8) ... hit two solo home runs in 2-for-3 performance in the Tuscaloosa Regional championship against Lipscomb (May 23).

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Attended Eureka High School in Eureka, Mo. ... played for coach Brad Wallach at EHS ... was a first team all-conference, all-district, all-metro, all-region and allstate selection as a junior ... was named the Post Dispatch Player of the Year and the Missouri Gatorade Player of the Year in 2007 ... broke the EHS single season record in runs (41), hits (51), home runs (19), batting average (.607), on base percentage (.673) and RBI 42 ... broke the EHS career record in runs (127), hits (155), home runs (19), stolen bases (47) and RBI (101) ... played club softball for the St. Louis Chaos for nine seasons ... was coached by Bob and Barb Furrer ... helped lead the Chaos to 16u ASA A second place finish and then a national title in 2008 ... played with Alabama teammate Jackey Branham for all nine seasons ... is the daughter of James and Lisa Conley ... has a sister named Jessica and a brother named Brandon.

2010 (FRESHMAN):

Named to the SEC All-Freshman team ... finished the season batting .280 with 23 runs scored and 15 stolen bases ... during league play she batted .323, scored 13 runs and swiped nine bases ... her first career hit came against Rhode Island where she batted 2-for-4 with two runs scored and a stolen base ... batted 2-for-2 with a triple in the series finale against South Carolina ... tallied three straight 2-for-4 efforts (April 24 - 28) ... added two runs and two stolen bases in game two at Arkansas (April 24) ... scored twice and drilled a double in the series finale at Arkansas (April 25) ... drove in a run on top of her two hits against Georgia Tech (April 28).

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Prepped at American Heritage Boca Delray High School in Palm Beach County, Fla. ... only played one season of high school softball where and hit .563 with four home runs ... during her sophomore season she was named a second team All-American by EA Sports and was also named a second team Palm Beach AllArea selection ... played in the Under Armour All-American game ... played for Steve Nicastro on the Davie Power ASA team.

DAVIS’S CAREER STATS

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB ATT 2010 .280 60 21 50 23 14 2 1 0 2 2 17 15 18 TOTAL .280 60 21 50 23 14 2 1 0 2 2 17 15 18

CONLEY’S CAREER STATS

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB ATT 2010 .284 56 39 102 26 29 4 1 10 29 16 27 2 5 TOTAL .284 56 39 102 26 29 4 1 10 29 16 27 2 5

SNAPSHOTS Davis played an important role on the SEC championship squad as she was named to the SEC All-Freshmen team. Davis hit .323 during league action and fielded a perfect 1.000.

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PLAYER PERSONNEL

2010 (SOPHOMORE):

Played in 58 games and earned 48 starts behind the plate ... collected her first hit of the season against South Alabama (Feb. 16) ... tallied two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs against DePaul at the Easton Challenge (March 6) ... hit a home run and a double while driving in three runs and scoring twice in the series finale at Georgia (March 14) ... blasted a solo home run and collected two hits while scoring twice against UAB (March 24) ... batted a perfect 3-for-3, drove in two and hit a home run against Northwestern (April 10) ... drove in four and drew two walks in the series opener against Mississippi (April 17) ... tallied three RBI against Georgia Tech (April 28) ... hit a home run and drove in two in the series finale against Tennessee (May 1) ... hit a double and scored a run in the semifinals of the SEC tournament against Tennessee (May 14) ... went a combined 2-for-4 during the Tuscaloosa Regional with two runs scored (May 21 - 23).

2009 (FRESHMAN):

Played in 22 games and started in four as a true freshman ... batted .160 (22for-60) with four runs scored and six RBI ... two of her four hits were doubles ... appeared in eight SEC games and batted .250 (2-for-8) with two runs and three RBI ... got a hit in her first at bat at the collegiate level against Northwestern State on Feb. 7 ... drove in three on a double off the wall against Mississippi in game one of a doubleheader on March 21 ... stole a base and scored a run against Arkansas on April 18 ... ripped a double off the wall and scored a run at No. 15 Tennessee on May 2 ... knocked in a RBI in a pinch-hitting role against No. 1 Florida in the SEC Tournament title game on May 9.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Dawson played for Coach Heidi Kouveras at Plant City High School ... a twotime Florida Sports Writers Association honoree ... garnered first-team honors as a senior in 2008 and second-team accolades in 2007 ... a four-time firstteam All-Western Conference honoree and a two-time All-County selection ... helped her team to district runner-up finishes in 2005 and 2006 ... competed in the 2006 Adidas Futures Top 100 where she recorded the fastest pop time for catchers ... earned Tampa Tribune All-State honors and was named to the Tribune’s “Parade of Athletes” as a catcher in 2007 and 2008 ... played for the Florida Gold club team ... led 6A District 8 with a .440 batting average with eight doubles, a home run and 17 RBI while posting a .491 on-base percentage and slugging .660 ... hit .559 as a junior in 2007 to lead Florida’s 6A District 8 with a slugging average of .926 and a .600 on-base percentage ... had 13 doubles, three triples and two home runs while plating 33 runs ... Kendall is the daughter of Benjamin and Diane Dawson ... she has one brother, Sawyer, and one sister, Mackenzie ... also lettered in soccer and volleyball in high school ... trains her horse and competes in rodeo ... was presented with the Athletic Academic Award at Plant City High School where she was a member of the honor roll and a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

DAWSON’S CAREER STATS Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

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Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB ATT .160 22 4 25 4 4 2 0 0 6 0 5 2 2 .221 58 48 113 12 25 6 0 4 18 17 29 3 4 .210 80 52 138 16 29 8 0 4 24 17 34 5 6

2010 (JUNIOR):

Became the second pitcher in Alabama history to be named SEC Pitcher of the Year (Stephanie VanBrakle, 2006) ... named NFCA third-team All-American ... was named to the All-SEC first-team for the third straight season ... was tabbed the SEC tournament MVP and was named to the all-tournament team ... named to the NFCA All-South Region first-team ... was on the ASA/USA Player of the Year Watch List ... was named the SEC Pitcher of the Week (April 12) ... led the SEC during league play in wins (13), strikeouts (144) and opponent batting average (.174) ... struck out at least 10 batters in seven conference games this season ... struck out 10 or more on 16 different occasions in all games played ... entered NCAA postseason winning her last 16 consecutive starts (April 2 - May 15) ... opened the season with 12 strikeouts in a complete game effort against Missouri (Feb. 13) ... tallied a career-high 17 strikeouts and notched the second most Ks in a single game in Alabama history by fanning 17 in a complete game at UAB (Feb. 23) ... her very next outing she struck out 13 in seven innings against Iowa to open the NFCA Leadoff Classic (Feb. 26) ... fanned 11 and allowed just three hits in five innings to open the series against South Carolina (March 20) ... allowed two earned runs on three hits and struck out 11 in a win against Florida in the series opener (March 27) ... held LSU to just one hit and struck out 14 in a complete game effort in the series opener (April 7) ... combined to strike out 18 and allow just five hits over two games in 10 innings against Northwestern (April 10 - 11) ... allowed two hits and struck out 11 in the series finale against Mississippi (April 18) ... held Georgia Tech to just two hits and struck out eight in a five inning affair (April 28) ... struck out 12 in a complete game in the series opener against Tennessee (May 1) ... combined to strike out 22, fanning 11 in the series opener and finale at Mississippi State ... did not allow an earned run over the course of that weekend, including the clinching game (May 9) to earn the SEC regular season title ... became the first pitcher in Alabama history to start all three games at the SEC tournament and earn all three wins ... opened the tournament by allowing just two hits in five innings while striking out eight against host Arkansas (May 13) ... fanned 13 and went the distance to beat Tennessee in the semifinals (May 14) ... struck out nine and allowed five hits in a complete game against LSU in the championship game (May 15) ... threw a two-hit shutout, striking out 14 and not allowing a walk in Tuscaloosa Regional championship win over Lipscomb (May 23) ... struck out 16 in Super Regional finale against Hawai’i.

2009 (SOPHOMORE):

Appeared in 40 games and made 35 starts ... was named one of 25 finalists for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year ... named an NFCA first-team AllAmerican ... earned Easton All-American honors ... was named to the preseason All-SEC team ... was named to the All-SEC first team ... named to the NFCA All-District team ... set an NCAA postseason record by throwing back-to-back no-hitters in the Super Regional ... went 28-5 in the circle with a 1.63 ERA and 258 strikeouts in 215 1/3 innings pitched ... opponents hit a paltry .181 against the righthander ... posted 26 complete games and 13 shutouts ... threw four no-hitters on the season and broke the Alabama career no-hitter record of five held by Stephanie VanBrakle ... her 13 shutouts ranked 10th in the country and her 28 wins ranked 12th ... ranked third in the SEC in ERA, fourth in opposing batting average, fifth in innings pitched, third in strikeouts and second in wins ... was 15-2 with a 1.71 ERA adding 124 strikeouts in 106 /3 innings pitched during SEC play ... posted 12 complete games and five shutouts during that span

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PLAYER PERSONNEL ... her ERA and opponents batting average ranked third in SEC games, ranked second in strikeouts, fourth in innings pitched and second in wins ... started the season off not allowing an earned run for 32 1/3 innings ... she then followed that streak with another, not allowing an earned run for 35 2/3 innings ... struck out 10 or more on eight different occasions and fanned seven or more 23 times ... swept the National Player of the Week honors and was named the SEC Player of the Week on April 7 ... was named the Southeastern Conference Pitcher of the Week on March 9, marking the third time the SEC Freshman of the Year garnered the honor ... earned the win behind nine strikeouts against Arkansas to open the series on April 18 ... threw her first no-hitter of the season in a seven inning affair against Kentucky on April 14 ... was throwing a perfect game until the fifth inning in a shutout win at No. 20 Georgia Tech ... struck out seven and only allowed two hits to earn the win in Atlanta ... was named the SEC Pitcher of the Week on April 27 after earning four wins over the week, including all three in the Auburn series ... opened the Auburn series with 11 Ks and only two hits in six innings ... pitched her fourth career no-hitter behind 14 strikeouts in the series finale on April 26 ... tossed six innings and allowed one run in regional win over Texas on May 16 ... pitched a no-hitter to open the Tuscaloosa Super Regional against Jacksonville State on May 22 by striking out seven in five innings ... sent Alabama to its sixth Women’s College World Series by tossing her second nohitter in as many days by blanking Jacksonville State in five innings on May 23 with seven strikeouts ...tossed a complete game in Alabama’s 6-2 win over No. 10 Arizona State in the 2009 WCWS on May 30 and struck out nine batters in the contest while allowing only four hits ... earned ranked wins over No. 1 Washington (7.0, 2 hits, 0 runs and 8 Ks), No. 1 Florida (7.0, 6 hits, 4 runs and 13 Ks), No. 8 Oklahoma (7.0, 3 hits, 3 runs and 11 Ks), No. 24 Baylor (7.0, 6 hits, 0 runs and 11 Ks), No. 20 Georgia Tech (5.0, 2 hits, 0 runs and 7 Ks), No. 15 Tennessee (7.0, 5 hits, 2 runs, 9 Ks), No. 10Arizona State (7.0, 4 hits, 2 runs, 9 Ks) and three versus No. 6 Georgia.

2008 (FRESHMAN):

Dunne finished the season with a 26-6 record in her first season at the Capstone with a 1.44 ERA and was named the SEC Freshman of the Year ... was named a third-team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American ... earned first-team Easton All-America honors ... garnered first-team All-SEC honors and was a first-team All-South Region selection ... named the SEC Freshman of the Year as well as being selected to the SEC All-Freshman team ... set the Alabama freshman record for victories with 26 and 275 strikeouts ... the 275 Ks rank as the fifth-highest total in school history, while her 9.01 strikeouts per seven innings ranks third in school history ... had 10 double-digit strikeout games, including two in NCAA Tournament play ... started 30 games and made 41 appearances in her rookie campaign ... tossed 10 complete-game shutouts and 20 complete games ... set the single-season record for lowest opponent batting average at .155 ... allowed just 114 hits in 213.2 innings ... tossed two no-hitters as a freshman with her first coming against Illinois on Feb. 22 ... named SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 25 after no-hitting Illinois ... her second no-hitter came vs. Ole Miss on March 30, a five-inning no-no that had 11 strikeouts and just one walk and one HBP ... had a 13-inning stretch from the UAB game (3/25) through the Ole Miss finale (3/30) that she did not allow a hit and had three-straight double-digit strike out games ... earned the win against Purdue on Feb. 8 with 11 strikeouts while not allowing a run on two hits in her first collegiate game ... earned Hampton Inn Bama Bash! All-Tournament honors ... tossed her first complete-game shutout against Georgia Tech on Feb. 14 while allowing just two hits with 12 strikeouts ... split two starts against Tennessee, including a six-inning, eight-strikeout win in the second game of a doubleheader on March 8 ... had a another completegame shutout at Mississippi State on March 15, allowing just five hits with seven strikeouts ... threw her eighth complete game of the season against UAB on March 25, fanning 10 and not issuing a walk ... earned two wins in the Ole Miss series, working 10.2 innings, not allowing a hit or run and striking out 22 ... worked a career-high nine innings to beat LSU in the series opener on April 5 ... fanned a career-high 15 in an eight-inning complete-game win at Auburn on April 12 ... was named the SEC Pitcher of the Week after recording back-to-back complete-game shutouts vs. Arkansas and South Carolina with 20 total strikeouts ... again named the SEC Pitcher of the Week after recording wins over No. 11 Northwestern and Georgia with a 0.91 ERA with 17 strikeouts ... posted a was 1-1 record at the SEC Tournament and was named to the All-Tournament team with a 1-0 shutout win over Mississippi State and a late-inning loss to No. 1 Florida where she held the Gators scoreless until the sixth inning ... Dunne earned two wins over Jacksonville State to help the Tide clinch the NCAA Tuscaloosa Super Regional ... fanned 16 over 11 innings of work ... made two appearances in the Tuscaloosa Super Regional, going 1-0 with seven strikeouts ... took a 1-0 lead into the seventh inning against Arizona State in the opening round of the Women’s College World Series before a questionable call led to a three-run inning for the Sun Devils ... bounced back to defeat two-time defending national

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champion Arizona on May 31, allowing just one unearned run on four hits with five strikeouts ... dropped another heartbreaker to Arizona State on June 1 in the WCWS semifinals, surrendering just two hits, including a three-run home run that was the difference in a 3-1 loss to the eventual national champions.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Dunne led her team to the 2006 Class 6A State Championship game and a 25-6 record and a state semifinal appearance with a 28-2 mark in 2007 ... had a 94-14 mark in four years at Spruce Creek with four Five-Star Conference titles, three FHSAA state tournament berths, three District titles and one Region championships in her prep career ... EA Sports National Player of the Year in 2007 ... named 2006 and 2007 Gatorade Player of the Year in Florida, the first two-time honoree in state history and was a First-Team EA Sports All-American in 2006 and 2007 ... Florida Amateur Softball Association Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... named Florida Sports Writers Association All-State First Team in 2006 and 2007 and second team in 2005 ... earned Florida Dairy Famers “Miss Softball” honors twice, the first two-time winner in Florida History and Florida Dairy Farmers Player of the Year accolades in 2006 and 2007 ... Sports Illustrated National Prime Time Player of the Week on April 24, 2007 and the RISE Magazine Prime Time Player National Athlete of the Week ... named Florida Player of the Year by the Daytona Beach News-Journal and The Orlando Sentinel in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... The Orlando Sentinel All-Central Florida Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007 and named Female Athlete of the Year in 2007 ... three-time All-Conference, All-Area and All-County selection by The Orlando Sentinel ... set the FHSAA strikeout record for a single game with 38 in a 17-inning game in 2006 ... also established a new FHSAA strikeout record with 461 K’s in 2006 ... finished her career as one of only two players in Florida history with two 400-strikeout seasons in a career ... recorded 1,248 career strikeouts as a prep, the fifth-best total in Florida history ... pitched 20 career completegame no-hitters ... averaged 14.8 strikeouts per game in 82 career games in high school ... had a career record of 71-11 with 58 shutouts ... also had a career .405 batting average, 81 career RBI and six home runs ... earned Wendy’s High School Heisman honors ... First-Team All-State selection ... set school records with 461 strikeouts and 24 shutouts in 2006, pitching nine no-hitters on the season ... competed on the Team FLA 18 Gold squad, earning ASA Florida Player of the Year accolades ... Kelsi is the daughter of Will and Kim Dunne ... has one brother, Justin, a police officer in Daytona Beach ... had a perfect 4.0 GPA, Graduated Summa Cum Laude from SCHS ... selected to the Spruce Creek High School Hall of Fame.

DUNNE’S CAREER STATS Year 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 1.44 26 6 41 32 20 10 4 4 213.2 114 55 44 72 275 1.63 28 5 40 35 26 13 3 1 215.1 137 64 50 103 258 1.97 30 6 42 34 22 4 1 1 213.1 135 76 60 68 355 1.68 84 17 123 101 68 27 8 6 642.1 386 195 154 243 888

SNAPSHOTS Dunne became just the second Alabama pitcher to be named SEC Pitcher of the Year. The Port Orange, Fla., native earned her third straight All-American and all-league honors.

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... finished the WCWS 4-for-8 with four runs, one RBI, a stolen base and a .500 on-base percentage.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

PLAYER PERSONNEL

2010 (SOPHOMORE):

Played in 55 games and eared the start in 50 ... missed two weeks of the season due to an ankle injury ... finished the season with a .336 batting average, 39 runs, five home runs and 24 RBI ... stole 27 bases in 28 chances ... was named to the SEC all-tournament team ... tallied 11 multi-hit games and hit safely in seven straight games (Feb. 23 - March 6) ... recorded her first hit of the season against Rhode Island where she scored two runs and drove in two in the Hatter Invitational opening game ... batted 3-for-4 with a RBI and a double and swiped two bases at UAB (Feb. 23) ... hit her first home run of the season when she batted 2-for-3, scored two runs and drove in two against Nebraska at the NFCA Leadoff Classic (Feb. 27) ... collected two hits including a home run and drove in four against DePaul at the Easton Challenge (March 6) ... went a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate and stole two bases against FIU (March 18) ... hit a walk-off homer in the night-cap of the doubleheader against LSU (April 7) ... batted 3-for-3 with three RBI and two runs scored in game two against Mississippi (April 17) ... went 2-for-2 at the plate and scored twice against Troy (April 20) ... collected a hit, drove in a run and scored a run in each contest at the SEC tournament in herreturn toaction from an ankle injury ... opened the tournament with two hits, a run and a RBI against host Arkansas (May 13) ... went 2-for-2 at the plate, scored a run and drilled a RBI double against Tennessee in the semifinals (May 14) ... hit a solo home run against LSU in the championship game (May 15) ... went 3-for-4 with an RBI double and a run scored in the second game of the Tuscaloosa Super Regional against Hawai’i (May 29).

Fenton was a three-time first-team Georgia High School Association All-State honoree and a four-time GHSA first-team All-Region selection for head coach Lisa Chapman at Kennesaw Mountain High School ... the 2007 GHSA Region 5A Player of the Year ... a four-time All-County pick by the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the paper’s 2005 Hitter of the Year ... also earned All-County honors all four years of her career from the Marietta Daily Journal ... the Kennesaw Mountain Rookie of the Year in 2004 and the team MVP in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... holds KMHS records for batting average (.465), on-base percentage (.531), hits (201), stolen bases (96) and runs scored (144) ... helped KMHS to the 2007 Region Championship ... KMHS was the region runner-up in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... also starred for the East Cobb Bullets club team ... led the team to the 2007 Georgia Amateur Softball Association State title and an appearance at the 18 Gold Nationals ... a 2007 Wendy’s High School Heisman School Winner ... earned Kennesaw Mountain’s Most Athletic Award in 2007 ... an excellent allaround athlete, Fenton earned varsity letters in track and basketball ... owns the school record in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.90 second and was the school’s Sprinter of the Year in 2005 ... won the Iron Horse Award after lettering in three sports in 2005 ... played in the 2008 Georgia North/South All-Star Classic ... hit .522 during her senior campaign with six doubles, four triples, a home run and 18 RBI ... scored a career-best 53 runs and stole 32 bases while posting a .567 on-base percentage ... had a .471 batting average as a junior with eight doubles, 20 RBI and 23 stolen bases while reaching base at a .580 clip ... hit .430 as a sophomore in 2005 with a .511 on-base percentage, two doubles, two home runs and 19 RBI ... posted a .435 batting average as a freshman in 2004 with 12 RBI and 20 stolen bases ... Jennifer is the daughter of Kevin and Jan Fenton ... has one younger sister, Amanda ... father, Kevin, played football at Maryville College and her mother was on the volleyball team at Jacksonville State ... began playing softball at age eight ... a two-time Character Award recipient and a three-time Scholastic Award honoree ... did not miss a day of school throughout her scholastic career ... a member of the Beta Club, Delta Epsilon Chi, Future Business Leaders of America and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

FENTON’S CAREER STATS Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS .382 60 24 .336 55 50 .355 115 74

AB R H 2B 3B 89 43 34 1 2 122 39 41 5 0 211 82 75 6 2

HR RBI BB SO SB 3 13 12 26 30 5 24 22 30 27 8 37 34 56 57

ATT 31 28 59

2009 (FRESHMAN):

Played in 60 games and made 24 starts as a true freshman ... led all Crimson Tide freshman with a .382 (34-for-89) batting average ... belted three home runs and drove in 13 ... scored 43 runs which ranked third in the team and her 30 stolen bases in 31 attempts ranked second on the team ... slugged .539 and sported a .466 on base percentage ... her two triples were tied for the team lead ... appeared in 24 SEC games and batted .200 (6-for-30) with a RBI and 10 stolen bases ... collected three multi-RBI games and seven multi-hit games ... stole two or more bases on five different occasions ... batted 2-for-4 with two runs scored and two stolen bases in her first start at the collegiate level (Memphis, Feb. 7) ... drove in two RBI against Jacksonville State on Feb. 8 ... batted 2-for-3 with two runs scored and added a stolen base against Notre Dame on Feb. 13 ... batted 2-for-2 against East Carolina ... hit her first career home run against UAB on March 4 ... batted 2-for-2 with two runs, three RBI and a home run against Baylor on March 8 ... batted 3-for-4 with two runs, three RBI, a home run and two stolen bases against Mississippi Valley State on March 12 ... batted 2-for-2 with three runs, a RBI and four stolen bases against Mississippi Valley State in game two on March 12 ... scored two runs and swiped two bases against Samford on April 8 ... collected a hit and scored a run against Auburn on April 26 ... scored a run and knocked in a RBI against No. 15 Tennessee on May 1 ... recorded a hit and scored a run against Texas in the Tuscaloosa Regional on May 16 ... scored a run as a pinch runner against Texas on May 17 ... scored a run as a pinch-runner against Jacksonville State on May 22 to open the Tuscaloosa Super Regional ... hit 1-for-2 with a run, a stolen base and one RBI in Alabama’s 14-0 win over No. 9 Arizona in the WCWS on May 30 ... followed that up with a 2-for-3 performance at the plate with a run scored against No. 10 Arizona State on May 30 ... crossed the plate in each of Alabama’s four games at the WCWS

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SNAPSHOTS Fenton bounced back from injury in 2010 and helped Alabama earn the SEC Tournament title by being named to the alltournament team. She also stole 27 bases in 28 attempts.

ALABAMA


PLAYER PERSONNEL

2010 (SOPHOMORE):

Played in 29 games and earned the start 18 times ... finished the season with a .306 average, four home runs and 12 RBI ... batted 2-for-2 against Rhode Island at the Hatter Invitational with a double and a home run in her first start of the season (Feb. 19) ... smacked a RBI double and walked twice to open the NFCA Leadoff Classic against Iowa (Feb. 26) ... hit a two-run double against DePaul at the Eason Challenge (March 7) ... hit a solo home run in game two at Georgia (March 13) ... batted 2-for-4 with a RBI in the series finale at Georgia (March 14) ... hit a solo home run and scored a run in the series finale against South Carolina (March 21) ... batted a perfect 2-for-2 with a RBI in a start behind the dish at Auburn (April 3) ... hit a pinch-hit home run against Northwestern (April 11).

2009 (FRESHMAN):

Played in 23 games and made two starts as a true freshman ... batted .118 (2-for17) with a RBI ... appeared in nine SEC games ... collected a hit in her first plate appearance in a Crimson Tide uniform on opening day as a pinch-hitter against Northwestern State on Feb. 7 ... drove in a run against No. 19 ranked Southern Illinois on Feb. 27.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Entering Tuscaloosa from Evans, Ga., where she played at Greenbrier High School for coach Garret Black ... earned first-team all-county accolades all three seasons at GHS ... named to first team all-state her freshman and junior years ... was crowned Offensive Player of the Year, selected region AAAAA Player of the Year, and nominated for Gatorade Player of the Year her senior season ... team made it to the Elite Eight all four years in high school ... broke the school career homerun record with 24 long balls ... batted .485 with four home runs and 37 RBI while fielding .961 her senior season ... played club softball for the Atlanta Vipers for head coach Dickey Valley ... won the ASA State Championship in 2007 ... played one year with Team North Florida under Kevin Fagan ... placed second in the ASA Gold Nationals ... her cousin Mike Macenko is in the Softball Hall of Fame Museum in Oklahoma City ... daughter of Kevin and Amy Hunt ... has three siblings, Jordan, Maddie, and Lydia.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Gibson played for Coach Billy White at Tuscaloosa Academy ... a secondteam EA Sports High School All-American ... a four-time Alabama Independent Schools Association All-State honoree ... a member of the 2008 Alabama Sports Writers Association’s Super All-State team ... 2007 and 2008 AISA AllStar team ... Super 10 for Tuscaloosa County in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... 2006 University of Alabama “Catcher of the Camp” and 2007 University of Alabama MVP ... four-time AISA State All-Tournament team and the 2008 MVP ... played for the Alabama Pride club team ... hit .567 as a senior in 2008 with 60 hits in 106 at bats and just six strikeouts ... posted a .496 average as a junior with a .618 on-base percentage and a .785 slugging mark ... has 59 hits in 118 at bats in 2007, collecting 12 doubles, six triples and three home runs with 43 RBI and 47 runs scored ... connected for a career-best 11 home runs with 70 RBI and 61 runs scored as a sophomore in 2006 when she hit .467 ... reached base at a .545 clip while slugging .768 ... had a career-best 69 hits in 148 at bats with 17 doubles and five triples ... Olivia is the daughter of Rick and Linda Gibson ... has one brother, Grant, and one sister, Natalie, who are both students at the Capstone ... is active outside of softball as a member of the Beta Club, the Civinettes Service Club and has been a three-time president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... began playing softball at age nine ... earned three letters in volleyball at Tuscaloosa Academy ... Gibson’s first cousin, Eric Dubose, pitched for Mississippi State and was selected in the first round of the 1997 Major League Baseball Draft by the Oakland Athletics ... another first cousin, Meghan Lee, played softball at Jefferson State Community College.

GIBSON’S CAREER STATS

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB ATT 2009 .118 23 2 17 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 5 0 1 2010 .306 29 18 49 8 15 3 0 4 12 14 14 2 2 TOTAL .258 52 20 66 8 17 3 0 4 13 15 19 2 3

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HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Arrives in Tuscaloosa from Naples, Fla., where she prepped all four years at Naples High School for her father and coach Robert Iamurri ... team won the state championship in 2008 ... named first team all-state sophomore, junior and senior years ... crowned 2009 Florida 4A Offensive Player of the Year ... selected as an Under Armour All-American in 2009 and 2010 ... selected as an NFCA All-American in 2009 and 2010 ... batted a .541 clip and sported a .629 on-base percentage while adding 55 runs, 27 RBI and 20 stolen bases as a senior ... played club softball for Team North Florida under coach Coy Adkins and Kevin Fagan for three years ... placed fifth at nationals in 2009 and second in 2010 ... has played with teammate Jackie Traina since the age of six ... daughter of Robert and Mary Iamurri.

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the SEC Tournament on May 8 ... batted 1-for-2 with two RBI and a triple against Mississippi Valley State on May 15 to open the Tuscaloosa Regional ... stole a base, scored a run and drove in one against Jacksonville State on May 23 in the Super Regional ... hit 1-for-2 with one RBI in Alabama’s opening round game at the WCWS against No. 5 Michigan on May 28 ... followed that up by hitting 2-for-4 with two runs and one RBI in the 14-0 win over No. 9 Arizona on May 30 ... finished the WCWS with four hits, three runs, two RBI and a stolen base.

2008 (FRESHMAN):

PLAYER PERSONNEL

2010 (JUNIOR):

Was named to the All-SEC second-team ... was named to the SEC all-tournament team ... started in 61 and played in all 63 games ... finished the conference campaign with a .346 average, .705 slugging percentage and .458 on base percentage ... ranked third in the league and led all shortstops in runs (29), home runs (8) and RBI (28) ... collected three or more RBI in six different league contests ... finished the season with a .318 batting average, 15 home runs and 57 RBI ... her 15 home runs and 57 RBI ranked third and second respectively on the team ... three of her home runs were grand slams ... tallied 12 multi-hit games and 11 multi-RBI games ... batted 2-for-4 with a two-run homer against South Alabama (Feb. 16) ... batted 3-for-3 with a RBI double at UAB (Feb. 23) ... hit a grand slam to give Alabama the eventual win over Michigan at the NFCA Leadoff Classic (Feb. 27) ... hit a solo home run against Michigan at the Easton Challenge (March 6) ... hit a two-run home run and drove in four in game two at Georgia (March 13) ... scored three runs, collected two hits, including a home run, and drove in three in the series opener against South Carolina ... hit a solo home run against UAB (March 27) ... drilled a grand slam and collected three hits in the series opener against Auburn (April 2) ... batted 4-for-5 with four runs scored, three RBI and a pair of home runs in game two at Arkansas (April 24) ... hit a solo home run, collected two hits and drove in three in the series finale at Arkansas (April 25) ... belted a solo home run and scored twice in the series opener against Tennessee (May 1) ... hit a home run, a double and drove in three in the SEC-clinching game in the series finale at Mississippi State (May 9) ... hit a grand slam to put the run rule on Arkansas in the opening game of the SEC tournament ... hit a walk-off home run in the semifinals against Tennessee (May 14) which turned out to be No. 6 on ESPN Top Ten Plays of the day ... scored two runs and batted in two runs during the Tuscaloosa Regional (May 21 - 23) ... hit a go-ahead three run homer in the sixth inning of the Tuscaloosa Super Regional finale against Hawai’i (May 30).

2009 (SOPHOMORE):

Played in 64 games and started in 61, making appearances in the outfield and at nearly every infield position ... batted .294 (48-for-163) with 39 runs, 10 home runs and 40 RBI ... her 10 home runs ranked second on the team ... hit seven doubles and two triples while stealing 16 bags in 17 attempts ... slugged .546 which ranked second on the team and had a .383 on base percentage ... had nine multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI games ... batted .242 (16-for-66) with four home runs and 14 RBI in SEC games ... scored 10 runs and stole four bases over that span ... batted 2-for-4 with two runs in the season opener against Northwestern State on Feb. 7 ... batted 2-for-2 with four RBI and her first home run of the season against Jacksonville State on Feb. 8 ... batted 2-for-3 with two RBI and a stolen base against Oregon at the Cathedral City Classic on Feb. 19 ... hit a home run against No. 6 UCLA on Feb. 20 at the Cathedral City Classic ... batted 1-for-2 with two RBI in the win against No. 1 Washington on March 6 at the Easton Challenge ... was a perfect 3-for-3 with a home run and a career-high five RBI against No. 24 Baylor on March 8 ... hit a home run and drove in three against Mississippi State on March 14 ... drove in two and belted a home run against No. 20 LSU on March 18 ... drove in two runs and scored twice at Mississippi on March 21 ... batted 2-for-3 with a home run against Kentucky on April 14 ... tallied two hits, including a home run and two RBI against Auburn on April 25 ... scored two runs in the SEC Tournament opener against Arkansas on May 7 ... hit a walk off home run in the eight inning to beat Kentucky in the semifinals of

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Larsen did a little bit of everything for the Crimson Tide in her rookie season ... started 57 games at six different positions ... made 28 starts at second base, 18 starts in right field, two at designated player, two in center field, one at shortstop and one at first base ... appeared in 64 of 66 Tide games ... batted .270 for the year with 44 hits in 163 at bats ... collected 12 doubles and finished tied for third on the team with nine home runs and 34 RBI ... posted a .509 slugging percentage while reaching base at a .357 clip ... swiped nine bases in 10 attempts ... fielded .983 with just two errors in 115 chances ... batted .292 (21 of 72) with runners in scoring position ... had 18 two-out RBI ... hit even better in Southeastern Conference play with a .310 (22 of 71) with seven doubles, three home runs and 19 RBI ... slugged .535 with a .388 on-base percentage ... had a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in 46 chances in SEC play ... Larsen earned SEC All-Tournament honors after helping the Tide to a runner-up finish ... went 1 for 3 vs. LSU with a solo home run and 1 for 2 vs. Florida with a double ... made her first appearance in an Alabama uniform off the bench against South Florida on Feb. 8 ... first start came vs. Jacksonville State on Feb. 9 ... notched her first career hit against Purdue on Feb. 13, going 1 for 3 with a run scored ... hit home runs in three straight games on Feb. 14-16 against Georgia Tech, Middle Tennessee and Georgia Tech again ... had three RBI against the Ramblin Wreck on Feb. 16 ... was 1 for 2 with a double, RBI and a run scored on Feb. 23 in the adidas Golden Panther Invitational ... recorded her first multiple-hit game against Tennessee in the first game of a doubleheader on March 9 with a grand slam and two runs scored ... homered on March 21 at Kentucky and collected a career-high three hits ... was 5 for 11 (.455) in the UK series with six RBI and four runs scored ... went 3 for 5 in a dramatic comeback win over LSU April 5 ... hit .385 in a five-game stretch vs. Arkansas and South Carolina with a double and four RBI ... was 3 for 4 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored vs. Birmingham Southern on April 23 ... was 1 for 3 with a seventh-inning RBI single that helped the Tide tie the game and eventually knock off No. 11 Northwestern, 6-5 ... went 2 for 3 with two doubles and three RBI in the second game of a doubleheader at Georgia on May 3 ... was 2 for 9 in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional with a RBI and two runs scored ... hit a home run in the championship game as a part of the Tide’s back-to-back-to-back long ball spree in the fifth inning vs. Jacksonville State ... went 1 for 2 with two runs scored and a double in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Super Regional clinching game on May 24 as the Tide advanced to their fifth Women’s College World Series ... started all four games of the WCWS with two hits .. was 1 for 3 in the WCWS opener vs. Arizona State with a double ... then went 1 for 3 in a 5-1 win over Arizona on May 31 ... stole a base in the second game on May 31, a win over Louisiana-Lafayette that send UA into the WCWS semifinals.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Larsen helped lead Vestavia Hills to 2006 Class 6A runner-up honors ... NFCA Second-Team All-American selection as a senior ... Alabama Sports Writers Association First-Team All-Region honoree in 2007 ... Birmingham News State Player of the Year in 2007 and a first-team All-State Selection by the paper as well as the ASWA ... Over The Mountain Journal “Miss Softball” award winner as a senior ... Birmingham area Athlete of the Year ... Jefferson County Kiwanis Club Athlete of the Year - the first female to earn the honor ... won Phil Puccio Award for Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year at Vestavia Hills High School ... a 2006 first-team All-State honoree by the ASWA ... earned team Defensive MVP honors in her sophomore and junior seasons ... was awarded her school’s Cooper Ray Award as the most outstanding freshman athlete and the Rising Rebel Award in her freshman season ... her 28 doubles as a senior in 2007 are tied for the sixth-most in state history ... also an excellent basketball player, leading her team to the state semifinals in consecutive seasons while scoring over 1,000 career points ... is the daughter of Rick and Cindy Larsen ... has a sister, Kristen Hinton and a brother, Russell Larsen.

LARSEN’S CAREER STATS

Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B 2008 .270 64 57 163 33 44 12 0 2009 .294 64 61 163 39 48 7 2 2010 .318 63 61 170 52 54 5 2 TOTAL .294 191 179 496 124 146 24 4

HR RBI BB SO 9 34 19 30 10 40 16 29 15 57 24 26 34 131 59 85

SB 9 16 8 33

ATT 10 17 9 36

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PLAYER PERSONNEL against Wisconsin on Feb. 14 ... struck out seven in five innings in a win against Mississippi Valley State on March 12 ... pitched an inning of perfect relief against Arkansas on April 18 ... pitched an inning of scoreless relief against Arkansas in the SEC Tournament opener on May 7 ... earned the win behind three innings of relief while striking out six against Mississippi Valley State to open the Tuscaloosa Regional on May 15 ... drove in two runs to open Super Regional play against Jacksonville State on May 22.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

2010 (SOPHOMORE):

Played in 56 games and earned the start 54 times ... finished the season with a .281 average, 17 home runs and 43 RBI ... her 17 home runs tied for first on the team ... opened the season with a double and a home run in game two against Missouri (Feb. 13) ... hit a solo home run against Michigan at the NFCA Leadoff Classic (Feb. 27) ... that same day she went deep again this time against Nebraska, adding a double and two runs scored ... hit a solo homer against Michigan again this time at the Easton Challenge (March 6) ... hit a pair of home runs and drove in five against Northwestern (April 10) ... hit four home runs in a five game span by going deep against Troy, Arkansas twice and Georgia Tech (April 20 - 28) ... against Georgia Tech she scored twice, added two hits and drove in three ... hit a solo home run in the series finale at Mississippi State to help clinch the SEC regular season championship ... batted 2-for-2 and drove in two in the opening round of the SEC tournament against host Arkansas (May 13) ... has made 16 appearances in the circle and started four times ... sports a 5-2 record and a 3.00 ERA entering postseason play ... has struck out 36 in 37 1/3 innings pitched ... struck out eight in her first start of the season against South Alabama (Feb. 16) ... struck out eight to earn the win in a four-inning start against Troy (April 20) ... blasted a two-run shot over the left center wall to lift Alabama to an eventual 6-0 win over Lipscomb in Tuscaloosa Regional championship (May 23) ... was 2-for-3 with two home runs and four RBI in 8-0 win over Hawai’i in the opening game of the Tuscaloosa Super Regional (May 29).

Locke led her team to District, Region II Area Championships and a berth in the state playoffs three times in her prep career ... 2007 EA Sports Softball All-American and second-team All-State honoree by the TGCA and the Texas Sports Writers Association ... named District MVP and Most Valuable Player at North Mesquite in 2007 ... earned All-Dallas-Fort Worth First-Team honors as a junior and senior ... Class 5A District 12 MVP and was her team’s MVP in 2006 ... was her team’s MVP and a Class 5A District 12 first-team selection as a freshman ... also competed on the Texas Glory club team that won a Texas state title and competed in nationals, finishing 13th in 2007 ... competed in volleyball and track at North Mesquite ... Amanda is the daughter of Gary and Cathy Locke ... she has two brothers, Trey and Travis ... involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was on the Senior Council at North Mesquite High School

LOCKE’S CAREER STATS Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg .288 .281 .284

GP GS AB R H 2B 3B 56 53 132 26 38 6 0 56 54 139 33 39 9 0 112 107 271 59 77 15 0

Year ERA W 2009 1.56 8 2010 2.92 5 TOTAL 2.16 13

L 0 2 2

App GS 15 7 17 4 32 11

HR RBI BB SO 9 30 15 42 17 43 16 36 26 73 31 78

CG SHO CBO SV IP H 5 1 2 0 49.1 41 0 0 2 0 38.1 38 5 1 4 0 87.2 79

SB ATT 2 2 1 2 3 4

R ER 16 11 23 16 39 27

BB 15 7 22

SO 42 39 81

2009 (FRESHMAN):

Played in 56 games and started in 53 as a redshirt freshman ... batted .288 (38-for-132) with nine home runs and 30 RBI ... her nine home runs led all Alabama freshmen ... scored 26 runs and slugged .538 ... had nine multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games ... batted .316 (18-for-57) during SEC games with a team-best five home runs ... scored 13 runs and added 14 RBI over that span ... was named the SEC Freshman of the Year and to the All-SEC Freshman team ... hit a home run in three straight games in her first appearances at the Alabama Softball Complex ... hit a home run and drove in two against Notre Dame on Feb. 13 to open the BAMA Bash ... hit a home run again against the Fighting Irish the next day behind a 2-for-3 effort at the plate ... went deep and batted 2-for-2 against East Carolina on Feb. 15 ... was named the SEC Freshman of the Week (Feb. 16) for her efforts at the BAMA Bash ... batted .556 (5-for-9) with a teamleading five RBI and five runs scored ... sported an astronomical 1.667 slugging percentage for the week as four of her five hits were for extra bases ... also posted a .636 on base percentage after drawing two walks ... batted 2-for-3 with two RBI against Mississippi State on March 15 ... hit a home run and drove in a career-best four runs at Mississippi on March 21 ... batted 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI at Mississippi in the second game of the doubleheader on March 21 ... hit a home run and drove in two against No. 6 Georgia on April 4 ... went deep and drove in two against Samford on April 8 ... batted 2-for-3 with a run and a RBI against Arkansas on April 18 ... hit a home run and drove in two against Auburn on April 25 ... batted 2-for-3 with a home run at No. 15 Tennessee on May 1 ... recorded a double and drove in a run in the championship game of the Tuscaloosa Regional on May 17 ... made 15 appearances and seven starts in the circle ... went a perfect 8-0 with a 1.56 ERA in 49 1/3 innings pitched ... struck out 42 and walked 15 while opponents hit .222 ... tossed five complete games and one shutout ... earned the win and struck out six in the season opener against Northwestern State on Feb. 7 ... threw a five inning shutout with four strikeouts

SOFTBALL

SNAPSHOTS Locke poured it on when it counted the most, coming back from a slow start to tie for the team lead with 17 home runs. Caught fire in mid-April by hitting four home runs in a five-game span.

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Softball School MVP in 2006 and the Top Offensive Player in 2007 ... hit .493 as a senior in 2008 with 21 doubles, six home runs, three triples and 45 RBI ... as a junior in 2007, Lunceford posted a .399 average with 22 doubles, three triples and 49 RBI ... also scored 49 runs scored and stole 21 bases ... Jazlyn is the daughter of Reginald and Loucretia Lunceford ... has one sister, Savannah ... both parents graduated from the University of Alabama ... an outstanding student, Lunceford was on the A-B Honor Roll throughout her high school career ... a member of the Spanish Club, the Beta Club, the Interact Club and is a National Honor Society honoree ... was given the Tuscaloosa County High School’s Best All-Around Award and the Best Senior Award.

LUNCEFORD’S CAREER STATS

PLAYER PERSONNEL

Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB ATT .367 51 16 60 16 22 4 1 3 21 8 11 15 16 .303 62 55 152 34 46 6 2 10 42 24 40 21 26 .321 113 71 212 50 68 10 3 13 63 32 51 36 42

2010 (SOPHOMORE):

Played in 62 games and earned the start in 55 ... finished the season batting .303 with 10 home runs and 42 RBI ... sporting an on base percentage of .404 and slugging .566 ... was second on the team with 12 multi-RBI games ... went 2-for-2 in game two of opening day against Missouri (Feb. 13) ... hit a three-run double to give Alabama the win over Ohio State at the Hatter Invitational at Deland, Fla. (Feb. 19) ... hit the go-ahead home run in the top of the seventh inning to down Iowa at the NFCA Leadoff Classic (Feb. 26) ... hit a home run in the eight-run seventh to help Alabama down Michigan at the Leadoff Classic (Feb. 27) ... hit a solo home run against UCF (Feb. 28) to mark her third longball of the Leadoff Classic ... batted 4-for-4, including a home run and drove in five runs in the series finale against South Carolina (March 21) ... hit a solo home run against Florida in the game one victory (March 27) ... batted 2-for-3 with a home run and a double to drive in three in the series finale against Florida (March 28) ... hit a home run and collected two hits in the series opener at Auburn (April 2) ... drove in two and scored twice in the series finale at Auburn (April 3) ... batted a perfect 3-for-3 and scored three times on top of hitting a home run against Northwestern (April 10) ... cleared the bases with a threerun double against Northwestern (April 11) ... went deep and scored two runs in the series opener against Tennessee (May 1) ... collected two hits and drove in three in the series opener at Mississippi State (May 8) ... hit the go-ahead home run against LSU in the SEC tournament championship game (May 15).

2009 (FRESHMAN):

Played in 51 games and made 16 starts as a true freshman ... batted .367 with three home runs and 21 RBI ... collected 22 hits and scored 16 runs while swiping 15 bases in 16 attempts ... slugged .617 and sported an on base percentage of .458 ... batted .308 with a home run and eight RBI in 20 games played during SEC action ... collected seven multi-RBI games and five multi-hit games ... recorded first career collegiate hit in a pinch hitting role against Jacksonville State at the South Alabama Invitational ... hit first career home run in a 2-for-3 performance with two runs and three RBI against East Carolina at the BAMA Bash on Feb. 15 ... batted 2-for-3 with two RBI against UAB on March 4 ... batted 3-for-3 with two runs and two RBI against Mississippi Valley State in the night cap of the doubleheader on March 12 ... smacked her second career home run and drove in two against No. 20 LSU on March 18 ... batted 3-for-3 with two runs and a RBI at Mississippi on March 21 ... went 2-for-4 at the plate with a run and two RBI in a win against No. 1 Florida on March 29 ... drove in two and scored a run against No. 6 Georgia on April 4 ... hit the game-winning grand slam in Alabama’s 6-2 win over No. 10 Arizona State in the 2009 WCWS on May 30 in a pinch hit at-bat ... finished the 2009 WCWS 1-for-2 at the plate with four RBI and a home run.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Born and raised in Tuscaloosa where she played six years at the American Christian Academy as catcher for coach Al Daugherty ... selected to the North/ South All-Star game in 2009 ... named Tuscaloosa News’ 2009 and 2010 Softball’s Best Selection ... was first-team all-state as a designated hitter in 2010 ... batted .500 and slugged .883 while striking out only five times in 120 at-bats as a senior ... also added 50 runs, 44 RBI and 17 stolen bases ... played two years for the club Alabama Crusaders under coach Kerri Foster ... member of the National Honor Society and National French Honor Society ... a Beta Club member ... is the daughter of Alabama gymnastics coaches David and Sarah Patterson ... has one sister, Jessie.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Lunceford played for head coach Alan Reach at Tuscaloosa County High School where she helped the Wildcats to Region 5 titles in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... a two-time Alabama High School Athletic Association and Alabama Sports Writers Association All-State honoree, earning first-team honors in 2008 ... a four-time West Alabama Softball All-Star by the Tuscaloosa News ... captained Tuscaloosa County High School in each of her final three seasons ... named team MVP in 2007 and 2008 as well as the squad’s Best Offense Award ... earned honors at the Crimson Tide softball camps, being named the

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PLAYER PERSONNEL open the regional against Mississippi Valley State on May 15 ... batted 2-for-2 with two runs and a RBI against Texas on May 16 ... hit a home run and scored twice in the regional championship game against Texas on May 17 ... hit an RBI double and scored a run to open Super Regional play against Jacksonville State on May 22 ... batted 1-for-3 with a RBI in the final Super Regional contest against Jacksonville State on May 23 ... hit 1-for-2 with one RBI and drew two walks in Alabama’s 14-0 win over No. 9 Arizona at the WCWS on May 30.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

2010 (SOPHOMORE):

One of only two players to start in all 63 games ... broke the Alabama single season walk record of 52 with 66 free passes ... the 66 walks led the SEC and was third most in the nation ... tallied at least one walk in 46 games and was issued a free pass in 17 straight games (April 10 - May 13) ... tallied two or more walks in 18 games ... recorded 10 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games ... hit a two-run homer against Missouri on opening day ... collected three hits and scored two runs against Rhode Island on Feb. 19 ... hit a home run and tallied two hits against Ohio State on Feb. 20 ... hit a home run and drove in two against Michigan on March 5 ... hit a home run the very next day at the Easton Challenge against DePaul ... was named to the Easton Challenge alltournament team ... drilled a home run and drove in two on two hits against South Carolina on March 20 ... drove in three and hit a home run in the series opener at Auburn on April 2 ... hit a solo shot and collected two hits in the series opener at Arkansas (April 24) ... hit a two-run homer and walked twice in the nightcap against Tennessee (May 1).

Reilly-Boccia was named the Gatorade New York Player of the Year ... played for head coach Becky Melikian at Yorktown High School where she was a threetime All-State selection by the New York State Softball Writers Association, earning first-team honors in 2007 and 2008 ... a four-time All-League, All-Section and All-Tri County choice ... the 2006 New York Hitter of the Year ... led her team to the 2007 and 2008 Sectional titles finished with a 25-4 record in 2007 and a 22-7 mark in 2008 ... hit .495 (45 of 91) as a senior in 2008 with 11 doubles, two triples, eight home runs, 44 RBI and a .923 slugging percentage ... also posted a .578 on-base percentage with 37 runs scored and seven stolen bases ... as a junior in 2007 led the Tri-County region in home runs with 12 while hitting .449 (36 of 69) with three doubles, three triples, five stolen bases and 33 RBI ... posted an amazing 1.101 slugging percentage with a .639 on-base mark after drawing 35 walks in just 108 plate appearances ... starred on the Jersey Inferno Gold club team that ranked in the top 25 nationally at the Gold Nationals ... also played on the basketball team at Yorktown High School ... Cassandra is the daughter of Christopher and Donna Boccia ... was a member of the school Senate and the Vice President of her senior class ... was on the prom, float and class video committees and was a member of seven honor rolls during her high school career ... earned the Tinted Silber Pin Award.

REILLY-BOCCIA’S CAREER STATS Year 2009 2010 TOTAL

Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B .340 65 60 147 39 50 16 0 .284 63 63 148 47 42 8 1 .312 128 123 295 86 92 24 1

HR RBI BB SO 4 47 40 25 9 33 66 22 13 80 106 47

SB ATT 5 5 2 2 7 7

2009 (FRESHMAN):

Played in 65 games and made 60 starts as a true freshman ... was named to the All-SEC Freshman Team ... named to the NFCA All-District team ... batted .340 (50-for-147) with four home runs and 47 RBI ... her four home runs and 47 RBI led all Alabama freshman and her 47 RBI ranked third on the team ... scored 39 runs and led the team and ranked fourth in the conference with 16 doubles ... slugged .531 and sported an on base percentage of .505 ... walked 40 times which ranked second on the team and fifth in the SEC and only struck out 25 times ... had 13 multi-hit games and 12 multi-RBI games ... batted .286 (18-for-63) with a home run and 15 RBI during SEC games ... scored 13 runs and smacked five doubles over that span ... started off her collegiate career hot out of the gate, collecting seven hits in the four games at the South Alabama Classic ... batted 3-for-3 with three RBI in her second game as a member of the Crimson Tide against Memphis at the South Alabama Classic on Feb. 7 ... tallied three RBI behind a 1-for-2 effort against Notre Dame at the BAMA Bash on Feb. 13 ... hit first career home run against No. 19 ranked Southern Illinois on Feb. 27 at the Leadoff Classic ... batted 2-for-3 with two runs and three RBI in game one against Mississippi on March 21 ... batted 2-for-3 with two RBI and two doubles against Troy on April 1 ... collected two hits and drove in two with a home run against No. 6 Georgia on April 4 ... was named the SEC Freshman of the Week for her efforts against Troy and Georgia where she batted a team leading .556 with a home run and a team-best six RBI ... the newcomer hit three doubles and a home run to record a 1.222 slugging percentage on the week ... she also had two multi-hit games and recorded three multi-RBI games ... was a perfect 2-for-2 and drove in four against Samford on April 8 ... drove in a run in each game of the Arkansas series ... hit a two-run double and drew two walks in the series finale against Arkansas on April 19 ... scored two runs and walked twice in the series opener at No. 20 Georgia Tech on April 22 ... batted 2-for-3 with two runs, three RBI and a home run in the night cap at No. 20 Georgia Tech on April 22 ... tallied a RBI and a run against Auburn on April 25 ... batted 1-for-2 with a RBI and a run scored at No. 15 Tennessee on May 2 ... batted 2-for-3 with a run scored against Arkansas to open the SEC Tournament on May 7 ... tallied two walks and recorded a hit against No. 1 Florida in the SEC Tournament championship game ... batted .833 with a home run, six runs and four RBI in the Tuscaloosa Regional ... went 2-for-2 at the plate with two runs and two RBI to

SOFTBALL

SNAPSHOTS Reilly-Boccia was one of the most disciplined players at the plate in the country by drawing a SEC-best and school record 66 walks.

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PLAYER PERSONNEL

2010 (FRESHMAN):

Made 24 appearances and started eight games as a true freshman ... struck out 79 in 64 innings ... earned her first career win by coming out of the bullpen against South Alabama and fanning four in two innings (Feb. 16) ... threw a complete game one-hitter against Rhode Island at the Hatter Invitational in Deland, Fla., and struck out 10 in her first career start (Feb. 19) ... struck out eight and allowed just two hits in the start against DePaul (March 6) ... struck out six and allowed just one hit in five innings against South Carolina (March 20) ... threw a two-hitter and struck out 10 in a complete game effort at Mississippi Valley State (April 13) ... has tallied 10 at bats and collected one hit for a .100 average ... her first and only hit came against South Carolina (March 21) ... scored her first career run against Troy (April 20) ... earned first career NCAA Tournament win tossing a two-hit shutout against Alcorn State (May 21).

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Comes to Tuscaloosa from Naples, Fla., where she played at Naples High School under coach Robert Iamurri...team won 4A state championship in 2008... first team all-state all four years...named 2008 Gatorade Florida Player of the Year...4A Pitcher of the Year in 2008 and 2009...named a 2008 and 2010 Under Armour All-American...was on the 2009 first-team ESPN All-American team... part of the NFCA Louisville Slugger team in 2009 and 2010...selected 2010 firstteam All-American...posted an 85-8 record and a 0.23 ERA along with 1089 strikeouts during her prep career...played club softball for Team North Florida under coach Coy Adkins and Kevin Fagan...daughter of Mark Traina and Lana Turner.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:

Prepped at Pembroke Pines Charter High School in Pembroke, Fla. ... played for coach Tom Fadul at PPCHS ... was named to the All-State team, National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-South Region team and NFCA High School All-American third team ... named to the Sun Sentinel All-County first team ... was also named to the Miami Herald first team in three straight seasons ... led PPCHS to three district championships and a regional and state runner-up finish ... led her team to a No. 1 high school national ranking in 2008 ... posted a career pitching line of 747 strikeouts in 406 innings, a 54-9 record and a 0.49 ERA ... played club softball for Team North Florida coached by Coy Adkins and the Florida Gold coached by Johnny Broyles ... helped lead team North Florida to a fifth place finish at the 2009 Gold Nationals ... played in the 2008 Under Armour All-American game ... is the daughter of Cindy and Jeff Sewell ... has two sisters named Megan and Carly ... also played volleyball for PPCHS.

SEWELL’S CAREER STATS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB ATT 2010 .100 17 10 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 TOTAL .100 17 10 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2010 2.15 10 1 25 8 3 2 1 1 65.0 43 26 20 33 80 TOTAL 2.15 10 1 25 8 3 2 1 1 65.0 43 26 20 33 80 SNAPSHOTS Freshman Jackie Traina enters her first season at the Capstone. The hurler looks to follow in the footsteps of fellow Florida native pitcher Kelsi Dunne and lead the Tide in the circle for the next few years.

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Record: 52-11

2010 OVERALL STATISTICS

Batting Player Kayla Braud Charlotte Morgan Jennifer Fenton Whitney Larsen Jazlyn Lunceford Courtney Conley Cassie Reilly-Boccia Alex Blewitt Amanda Locke Kendall Dawson Cat Dozier Olivia Gibson Keima Davis Jackey Branham Jessica Smith Lauren Sewell Kelsi Dunne Lisa Elizondo Totals Opponents

Home: 26-8

FULL SEASON Away: 16-2

Neutral: 10-1

SEC: 23-4

AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% .505 63 62 188 75 95 9 4 3 32 121 .644 26 2 24 2 .564 2 5 45 50 65 47 13 .896 .361 63 63 155 44 56 11 1 17 74 120 .774 57 7 19 0 .533 6 1 3 3 174 28 5 .976 .336 55 50 122 39 41 5 0 5 24 61 .500 22 1 30 0 .435 2 4 27 28 31 1 3 .914 .318 63 61 170 52 54 5 2 15 57 108 .635 24 9 26 1 .422 3 6 8 9 72 75 12 .925 .303 62 55 152 34 46 6 2 10 42 86 .566 24 4 40 0 .404 3 0 21 26 45 2 3 .940 .284 56 39 102 26 29 4 1 10 29 65 .637 16 1 27 0 .380 2 4 2 5 40 71 12 .902 .284 63 63 148 47 42 8 1 9 33 79 .534 66 4 22 0 .507 3 9 2 2 41 1 1 .977 .283 50 31 92 14 26 1 0 8 28 51 .554 17 5 20 0 .407 4 1 1 1 19 29 1 .980 .281 56 54 139 33 39 9 0 17 43 99 .712 16 16 36 0 .413 1 1 1 2 120 11 3 .978 .221 58 48 113 12 25 6 0 4 18 43 .381 17 2 29 1 .331 1 4 3 4 431 29 5 .989 .333 34 1 15 13 5 1 0 1 3 9 .600 0 0 5 0 .333 0 0 1 2 3 2 2 .714 .306 29 18 49 8 15 3 0 4 12 30 .612 14 1 14 0 .469 0 3 2 2 108 1 2 .982 .280 60 21 50 23 14 2 1 0 2 18 .360 2 1 17 0 .315 1 2 15 18 30 2 0 1.000 .150 49 3 20 5 3 1 0 1 5 7 .350 3 1 9 0 .292 0 2 0 0 23 23 1 .979 .111 16 4 18 4 2 1 0 0 2 3 .167 1 1 11 0 .200 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 .667 .100 17 10 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .100 1 0 2 0 .182 0 0 0 0 3 12 2 .882 .000 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 10 25 0 1.000 .000 50 3 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 6 8 0 0 0 .000 .320 63 63 1543 451 493 72 12 104 404 901 .584 306 55 331 4 .442 28 42 137 160 1217 359 66 .960 .208 63 63 1522 179 316 42 3 42 162 490 .322 129 55 533 2 .292 5 25 38 55 1139 407 88 .946

LOB - Team (385), Opp (340). DPs turned - Team (8), Opp (19). TPs turned - Team (0), Opp (1). CI - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB Team (8), Morgan 6, Boccia 2, Opp (5). Picked off - Davis 1, Braud 1. PITCHING Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Kelsi Dunne 1.97 30 6 42 34 22 4 1 1 213.1 135 76 60 68 355 22 2 20 757 .178 2 37 0 3 12 Lauren Sewell 2.15 10 1 25 8 3 2 1 1 65.0 43 26 20 33 80 7 0 4 237 .181 4 12 0 1 5 Charlotte Morgan 3.54 7 2 19 17 5 1 0 0 89.0 100 54 45 21 59 7 1 11 372 .269 1 4 2 0 7 Amanda Locke 2.92 5 2 17 4 0 0 2 0 38.1 38 23 16 7 39 6 0 7 156 .244 3 2 0 1 1 Totals 2.43 52 11 63 63 30 9 2 2 405.2 316 179 141 129 533 42 3 42 1522 .208 10 55 2 5 25 Opponents 7.23 11 52 63 63 11 2 0 0 379.2 493 451 392 306 331 72 12 104 1543 .320 36 55 19 28 42 PB - Team (8), Dawson 6, Gibson 2, Opp (11). Pickoffs - Team (2), Dawson 2, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - Dawson (32-48), Dunne (25-36), Morgan (6-9), Gibson (6-6), Locke (4-5), Sewell (3-5). Fielding Player C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI Kelsi Dunne 35 10 25 0 1.000 1 25 11 .694 0 0 Keima Davis 32 30 2 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Kendall Dawson 465 431 29 5 .989 0 32 16 .667 6 0 Olivia Gibson 111 108 1 2 .982 0 6 0 1.000 2 0 Alex Blewitt 49 19 29 1 .980 1 0 0 - 0 0 Jackey Branham 47 23 23 1 .979 1 0 0 - 0 0 Amanda Locke 134 120 11 3 .978 3 4 1 .800 0 0 Cassie Reilly-Boccia 43 41 1 1 .977 1 0 0 - 0 0 Charlotte Morgan 207 174 28 5 .976 2 6 3 .667 0 0 Jazlyn Lunceford 50 45 2 3 .940 0 0 0 - 0 0 Whitney Larsen 159 72 75 12 .925 2 0 0 - 0 0 Jennifer Fenton 35 31 1 3 .914 0 0 0 - 0 0 Courtney Conley 123 40 71 12 .902 1 0 0 - 0 0 Kayla Braud 125 65 47 13 .896 2 0 0 - 0 0 Lauren Sewell 17 3 12 2 .882 0 3 2 .600 0 0 Cat Dozier 7 3 2 2 .714 0 0 0 - 0 0 3 2 0 1 .667 0 0 0 - 0 0 Jessica Smith Lisa Elizondo 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Totals 1642 1217 359 66 .960 8 38 17 .691 8 0 Opponents 1634 1139 407 88 .946 19 137 23 .856 11 1

Hitting Streaks Player Longest Current Kayla Braud 14 9 Jazlyn Lunceford 7 2 Jennifer Fenton 7 Charlotte Morgan 6 3 Whitney Larsen 6 3 Amanda Locke 5 Cassie Reilly-Boccia 5 Keima Davis 4 -

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Player Longest Current Alex Blewitt 3 Kendall Dawson 3 Courtney Conley 3 Jackey Branham 2 Olivia Gibson 2 Lauren Sewell 1 Jessica Smith 1 Cat Dozier 1 1

Multiple Hit Games Player Kayla Braud Charlotte Morgan Whitney Larsen Jennifer Fenton Jazlyn Lunceford Cassie Reilly-Boccia Amanda Locke Courtney Conley Alex Blewitt Keima Davis Kendall Dawson Olivia Gibson TEAM

2 3 4 21 11 - 12 2 - 9 2 1 8 3 - 9 1 1 9 1 - 10 - - 6 1 - 5 2 - 5 - - 4 1 - 3 - - 101 24 2

MULTIPLE RBI GAMES 2 3 Charlotte Morgan 7 5 Jazlyn Lunceford 7 4 Whitney Larsen 2 4 Kayla Braud 5 2 Amanda Locke 6 1 Courtney Conley 3 3 Cassie Reilly-Boccia 6 1 Alex Blewitt 4 - Jennifer Fenton 4 1 Kendall Dawson 2 2 Jackey Branham 1 1 Olivia Gibson 2 - TEAM 49 24

5+ Total - 32 - 14 - 12 - 11 - 11 - 10 - 10 - 7 - 7 - 5 - 5 - 3 0 127

4 5+ Total 5 2 19 - 1 12 5 - 11 2 - 9 1 1 9 1 - 7 - - 7 1 1 6 1 - 6 1 - 5 - - 2 - - 2 17 5 95

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2010 SEC STATISTICS Record: 23-4

Home: 11-2

SEC GAMES Away: 12-2

Batting AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% Player Kayla Braud .500 27 27 84 38 42 7 3 2 17 61 .726 15 1 9 1 .580 0 3 17 19 31 24 7 .887 Charlotte Morgan .348 27 27 66 20 23 6 0 9 36 56 .848 30 4 8 0 .559 2 0 2 2 64 9 1 .986 .346 27 27 78 29 27 2 1 8 28 55 .705 10 7 10 1 .458 1 4 4 5 34 37 5 .934 Whitney Larsen Jazlyn Lunceford .344 26 21 64 17 22 2 0 5 22 39 .609 13 2 13 0 .457 2 0 8 9 18 1 2 .905 .323 26 14 31 13 10 1 1 0 1 13 .419 0 1 9 0 .333 1 2 6 8 22 1 0 1.000 Keima Davis Courtney Conley .311 25 14 45 12 14 2 1 6 19 36 .800 7 0 8 0 .389 2 0 0 0 23 26 10 .831 Jennifer Fenton .311 20 19 45 17 14 2 0 2 10 22 .489 11 1 7 0 .456 0 1 9 10 9 1 0 1.000 Alex Blewitt .302 23 14 43 7 13 1 0 3 9 23 .535 6 1 5 0 .377 3 1 0 0 6 18 0 1.000 Olivia Gibson .296 14 9 27 6 8 0 0 2 5 14 .519 7 0 8 0 .441 0 2 1 1 32 0 0 1.000 Cassie Reilly-Boc .279 27 27 61 20 17 3 0 5 17 35 .574 33 2 11 0 .531 2 5 0 0 21 0 0 1.000 24 24 60 13 15 4 0 4 12 31 .517 9 10 14 0 .425 1 1 0 1 80 4 1 .988 Amanda Locke .250 Kendall Dawson .200 25 21 55 5 11 3 0 2 9 20 .364 9 0 12 1 .313 0 3 1 2 181 14 3 .985 1.500 0 0 1 0 .500 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 .000 Cat Dozier .500 16 0 4 8 2 1 0 1 1 6 Jackey Branham .286 22 0 7 3 2 1 0 1 5 6 .857 1 1 3 0 .444 0 0 0 0 11 7 1 .947 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 .875 Lauren Sewell .143 12 7 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 1 0 1 0 .250 Jessica Smith .143 6 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 0 0 5 0 .143 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Kelsi Dunne .000 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 4 15 0 1.000 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 4 6 0 0 0 .000 Lisa Elizondo .000 22 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals .325 27 27 684 214 222 35 6 50 191 419 .613 152 30 124 3 .459 14 22 53 65 537 163 31 .958 .210 27 27 677 83 142 19 1 20 76 223 .329 68 17 212 2 .298 1 10 17 25 512 204 34 .955 Opponents LOB - Team (176), Opp (153). DPs turned - Team (4), Opp (10). TPs turned - Team (0), Opp (1). IBB - Team (4), Morgan 4, Opp (1). Picked off - Davis 1. (SEC games only Sorted by Earned run avg) Pitching Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA Kelsi Dunne 1.67 13 1 18 15 8 1 1 1 88.0 54 29 21 37 144 9 0 7 311 .174 2 9 0 0 4 Charlotte Morgan 3.31 5 1 11 10 2 0 0 0 55.0 56 30 26 14 33 4 1 7 226 .248 1 0 0 0 4 Lauren Sewell 3.50 4 1 11 2 0 0 0 0 26.0 21 17 13 17 27 3 0 2 99 .212 2 7 0 1 1 Amanda Locke 3.50 1 1 7 0 0 0 1 0 10.0 11 7 5 0 8 3 0 4 41 .268 1 1 0 0 1 Totals 2.54 23 4 27 27 10 2 1 1 179.0 142 83 65 68 212 19 1 20 677 .210 6 17 0 1 10 7.63 4 23 27 27 3 1 0 0 170.2 222 214 186 152 124 35 6 50 684 .325 19 30 17 14 22 Opponents PB - Team (4), Dawson 4, Opp (4). Pickoffs - Team (1), Dawson 1, Opp (1). SBA/ATT - Dawson (17-24), Dunne (15-21), Morgan (1-3), Locke (1-1).

Fielding Player C PO A E FLD% DPs SBA CSB SBA% PB CI Olivia Gibson 32 32 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Alex Blewitt 24 6 18 0 1.000 1 0 0 - 0 0 Keima Davis 23 22 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Cassie Reilly-Boccia 21 21 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Kelsi Dunne 19 4 15 0 1.000 0 15 6 .714 0 0 Jennifer Fenton 10 9 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Amanda Locke 85 80 4 1 .988 2 1 0 1.000 0 0 Charlotte Morgan 74 64 9 1 .986 1 1 2 .333 0 0 Kendall Dawson 198 181 14 3 .985 0 17 7 .708 4 0 Jackey Branham 19 11 7 1 .947 0 0 0 - 0 0 Whitney Larsen 76 34 37 5 .934 2 0 0 - 0 0 Jazlyn Lunceford 21 18 1 2 .905 0 0 0 - 0 0 Kayla Braud 62 31 24 7 .887 1 0 0 - 0 0 8 1 6 1 .875 0 0 0 - 0 0 Lauren Sewell Courtney Conley 59 23 26 10 .831 0 0 0 - 0 0 Cat Dozier 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Jessica Smith 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Lisa Elizondo 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 - 0 0 Totals 720 519 179 22 .969 12 14 3 .824 1 2 Opponents 715 497 190 28 .961 10 61 10 .859 4 1

Hitting Streaks Player Longest Kayla Braud 12 Cassie Reilly-Boccia 4 Whitney Larsen 4 Charlotte Morgan 4 Jennifer Fenton 4 Jazlyn Lunceford 4 Courtney Conley 3 Keima Davis 3

Current 4 1 3 -

SOFTBALL

Player Longest Amanda Locke 3 Olivia Gibson 2 Alex Blewitt 2 Kendall Dawson 2 Jackey Branham 2 Jessica Smith 1 Lauren Sewell 1 Cat Dozier 1

Current 1 1

Multiple Hit Games Player 2 3 4 5+ Total Kayla Braud 10 5 - - 15 Whitney Larsen 7 1 1 - 9 Jazlyn Lunceford 6 - 1 - 7 Charlotte Morgan 3 2 - - 5 Amanda Locke 4 - - - 4 Alex Blewitt 3 1 - - 4 Courtney Conley 3 1 - - 4 Cassie Reilly-Boccia 4 - - - 4 Jennifer Fenton 2 1 - - 3 Keima Davis 3 - - - 3 Kendall Dawson 2 - - - 2 Olivia Gibson 2 - - - 2 TEAM 49 11 2 0 62 Multiple RBI Games Player 2 3 4 5+ Total Charlotte Morgan 4 1 2 2 9 Whitney Larsen - 3 3 - 6 Jazlyn Lunceford 3 2 - 1 6 Kayla Braud 3 1 1 - 5 Cassie Reilly-Boccia 4 1 - - 5 Courtney Conley 1 3 1 - 5 Jennifer Fenton 2 1 - - 3 Amanda Locke 2 - - - 2 Jackey Branham 1 1 - - 2 Kendall Dawson - 1 1 - 2 Alex Blewitt 1 - - - 1 TEAM 21 14 8 3 46

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2010 Final Team Standings

2010 SEC Softball Awards

2010 SEC RECAP

Western Division Alabama LSU Auburn Arkansas Mississippi Mississippi State

SEC Overall 23-4 52-11 20-8 45-16 11-17 31-26 10-18 28-29 8-19 29-27 7-20 26-29

Eastern Division Florida Georgia Tennessee Kentucky South Carolina

SEC Overall 20-4 49-10 18-8 50-13 17-8 49-15 13-15 32-27 1-27 11-40

2010 SEC Tournament Results (Fayatteville, Ark.) Thursday, May 13 Game 1: #3 LSU 2, #6 Kentucky 1 Game 2: #2 Florida 9, #7 Auburn 1 (5) Game 3: #5 Tennessee 6, #4 Georgia 4 Game 4: #1 Alabama 9, #8 Arkansas 0 (5) Friday, May 14 Game 5: # 3 LSU 9, #2 Florida 1 Game 6: #1 Alabama 4, #5 Tennessee 3 Saturday, May 15 SEC Tournament Championship Game 7: #1 Alabama 5, #3 LSU 4 SEC Over The Past 12 Years SEC Teams have been ranked in every NFCA/USA Today poll since the inception of SEC softball

First Team All-SEC P - Kelsi Dunne, Alabama P - Stephanie Brombacher, Florida IF - Kayla Braud, Alabama IF - Megan Bush, Florida IF - Alisa Goler, Georgia IF - Molly Johnson, Kentucky OF - Francesca Enea, Florida OF - Taylor Schlopy, Georgia OF - Megan Wiggins, Georgia OF - Kirsten Shortridge, LSU OF - Kat Dotson, Tennessee C - Chelsea Bramlett, Mississippi State DP/U - Charlotte Morgan, Alabama

Player of the Year Charlotte Morgan, Alabama Pitcher of the Year Kelsi Dunne, Alabama Coach of the Year Patrick Murphy, Alabama Freshman of the Year Kayla Braud, Alabama Scholar-Athlete of the Year Jessica Bachkora, Arkanasas

Second Team All-SEC P - Rachele Fico, LSU P - Ivy Renfroe, Tennessee IF - Whitney Larsen, Alabama IF - Kyndall White, Auburn IF - Aja Paculba, Florida IF - Lauren Grill, Ole Miss OF - Jessica Bachkora, Arkansas OF - Michelle Moultrie, Florida OF - Rachel Mitchell, LSU OF - Raven Chavanne, Tennessee C - Megan Yocke, Kentucky DP/U - Miranda Dixon, Arkansas 2010 SEC All-Tournament Team Megan Bush, SS, Florida Corrie Brooks, 3B, Florida Kelly Grieve, CF, Tennessee Ivy Renfore, P, Tennessee Cody Trahan, P, LSU Jessica Mouse, 3B, LSU Kirsten Shortridge, CF, LSU Jennifer Fenton, CF, Alabama Whitney Larsen, SS, Alabama Kayla Braud, 2B, Alabama Kelsi Dunne, P, Alabama (MVP) Freshman All-SEC P - Rachele Fico, LSU P - Ivy Renfroe, Tennessee IF - Kayla Braud, Alabama IF - Courtney Breault, Arkansas IF - Brittany Walker, Florida IF - Lauren Gibson, Tennessee OF - Keima Davis, Alabama OF - Jessica Cooley, Mississippi St. OF - Raven Chavanne, Tennessee OF - Kat Dotson, Tennessee C - Brittany Schutte, Florida DP/U - Kelsey Horton, Florida

Charlotte Morgan was named the SEC Player of the Year for the second time.

Kelsi Dunne was named the SEC Pitcher of the Year and tournament MVP.

SEC All-Defensive Team P - Kelsi Dunne, Alabama; Rachele Fico, LSU C - Megan Yocke, Kentucky 1B - Brianna Hesson, Georgia 2B - Aja Paculba, Florida SS - Molly Johnson, Kentucky 3B - Jessica Mouse, LSU; Sandra Smith, AR LF - Megan Wiggins, Georgia CF - Kirsten Shortridge, LSU RF - Rachel Mitchell, LSU; Kat Dotson, Tennessee 70

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ALABAMA IN THE SEC

SNAPSHOTS All-American Charlotte Morgan led the conference for the second time in her career with 74 RBI in 2010. She was also second in the league with 17 home runs.

Batting

Pitching Home Runs

Batting Average Kayla Braud Charlotte Morgan

2nd .505 15th .364

Slugging Percentage Charlotte Morgan Amanda Locke Whitney Larsen

2nd .779 11th .712 15th .635

On Base Percentage Kayla Braud 4th .564 Charlotte Morgan 5th .536 Cassie Reilly-Boccia 8th .507

Runs Scored Kayla Braud 2nd Whitney Larsen 10th Cassie Reilly-Boccia T-16th Charlotte Morgan 18th

75 52 47 44

17 17 15

Total Bases Kayla Braud 7th Charlotte Morgan T-8th Whitney Larsen 15th

121 120 108

Walks Cassie Reilly-Boccia 1st Charlotte Morgan 2nd Kayla Braud T-19th

66* 57 26

Hit By Pitch Amanda Locke 3rd Whitney Larsen T-9th Charlotte Morgan T-17th

16 9 7

T-2nd

95

Runs Batted In Charlotte Morgan 1st Whitney Larsen T-7th Amanda Locke T-17th Jazlyn Lunceford 19th

74 57 43 42

Doubles Charlotte Morgan T-16th

11

Charlotte Morgan T-1st Cassie Reilly-Boccia T-6th Alex Blewitt T-6th

SOFTBALL

6 4 4

Stolen Bases Kayla Braud 2nd Jennifer Fenton 7th Jazlyn Lunceford 9th Keima Davis T-16th

46 27 21 15

Kelsi Dunne Lauren Sewell

5th 1.97 7th 2.05

Opposing Batting Average Kelsi Dunne Lauren Sewell

2nd 3rd

.178 .181

26 54 76

1st 355 18th 80

Defense

Charlotte Morgan 1st Lauren Sewell T-6th

19 45 60

21 33

Fielding Percentage 3rd T-16th

Kelsi Dunne

30 10

Keima Davis Kendall Dawson

T-1st 1.000 19th .989

Putouts 4th

42

Kelsi Dunne T-3rd Charlotte Morgan 18th

34 17

Hit Batters 1st T-14th

Kendall Dawson

1st 433

Assists

Games Started

Kelsi Dunne Lauren Sewell

1st 12th 19th

Walks Allowed

Wins Kelsi Dunne Lauren Sewell

Lauren Sewell Charlotte Morgan Kelsi Dunne

4th 213.1

Strikeouts Kelsi Dunne Lauren Sewell

Lauren Sewell 1st Charlotte Morgan 10th Kelsi Dunne 20th

Earned Runs Allowed

Innings Pitched Kelsi Dunne

Runs Allowed

Whitney Larsen

20th

75

*Denotes SEC single season record

37 12

Hits Allowed

At Bats Kayla Braud

Earned Run Average

Appearances

Sac Flies

Hits Kayla Braud

Charlotte Morgan T-3rd Amanda Locke T-3rd Whitney Larsen T-8th

6th

188

Lauren Sewell Charlotte Morgan

1st 13th

43 100

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NFCA All-American

HONORS AND AWARDS

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

Charlotte Morgan (Second Team) Kayla Braud (Second Team) Kelsi Dunne (Third Team) Charlotte Morgan (1st Team) Kelsi Dunne (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (2nd Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Kelsi Dunne (3rd Team) Charlotte Morgan (1st Team) Kelley Montalvo (1st Team) Lauren Parker (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (2nd Team) Chrissy Owens (3rd Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (2nd Team) Brittany Rogers (3rd Team) Ashley Courtney (2nd Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (2nd Team) Jackie McClain (3rd Team) Jackie McClain (2nd Team) Ashley Courtney (1st Team) Jackie McClain (2nd Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Jackie McClain (2nd Team) Shelley Laird (2nd Team) Suzanne Olcott (3rd Team) Ginger Jones (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Shelley Laird (3rd Team) Kelly Kretschman (2nd Team) Carrie Moreman (3rd Team) Kelly Kretschman (2nd Team)

Easton All-American

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

Charlotte Morgan (First Team) Kayla Braud (First Team) Kelsi Dunne (First Team) Charlotte Morgan (1st Team) Kelsi Dunne (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Kelsi Dunne (1st Team) Charlotte Morgan (1st Team) Kelley Montalvo (1st Team) Chrissy Owens (1st Team) Lauren Parker (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (2nd Team) Staci Ramsey (3rd Team) Ashley Courtney (1st Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (1st Team) Jackie McClain (2nd Team) Jackie McClain (2nd Team) Lacy Prejean (3rd Team) Ashley Courtney (1st Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Shelley Laird (1st Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Suzanne Olcott (1st Team) Ginger Jones (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Shelley Laird (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Carrie Moreman (2nd Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Carrie Moreman (2nd Team)

All South Region 2010 2009

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Charlotte Morgan (First Team) Kayla Braud (First Team) Kelsi Dunne (First Team) Cassie Reilly-Boccia (Second Team) Kelsi Dunne (1st Team) Ashley Holcombe (1st Team) Kelley Montalvo (1st Team)

SNAPSHOTS In 2000 Alabama sported three All-Americans in Kelly Kretschman (left), Shelley Laird (center) and Ginger Jones (right). They led Alabama to its first trip to the WCWS.

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

Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Charlotte Morgan (1st Team) Cassie Reilly-Boccia (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Kelsi Dunne (1st Team) Charlotte Morgan (1st Team) Ashley Holcombe (2nd Team) Kelley Montalvo (2nd Team) Kelley Montalvo (1st Team) Chrissy Owens (1st Team) Lauren Parker (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Charlotte Morgan (2nd Team) Jordan Praytor (2nd Team) Staci Ramsey (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (1st Team) Chrissy Owens (2nd Team) Jordan Praytor (2nd Team) Ashley Courtney (1st Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (1st Team) Jordan Praytor (2nd Team) Jackie Wilkins (2nd Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Dominique Accetturo (2nd Team) Ashley Courtney (2nd Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (1st Team) Ashley Courtney (2nd Team) Ashley Courtney (1st Team) Shelley Laird (1st Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Shelley Laird (1st Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Suzanne Olcott (1st Team) Ginger Jones (2nd Team) Ginger Jones (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Shelley Laird (2nd Team) Suzanne Olcott (2nd Team) Carrie Moreman (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (2nd Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Carrie Moreman (1st Team) Christy Kyle (1st Team) J.C. Chapman (2nd Team) Karla Contryman (1st Team) Christy Kyle (1st Team) Nicki McKee (2nd Team)

South Region Coaching Staff of the Year

2010 Head Coach Patrick Murphy Assoc. Head Coach Alyson Habetz Asst. Coach Vann Stuedeman 2009 Head Coach Patrick Murphy Assoc. Head Coach Alyson Habetz Asst. Coach Vann Stuedeman 2008 Head Coach Patrick Murphy Assoc. Head Coach Alyson Habetz Asst. Coach Vann Stuedeman 2006 Head Coach Patrick Murphy Asst. Coaches Alyson Habetz & Vann Stuedeman 2003 Head Coach Patrick Murphy Asst. Coaches Alyson Habetz & Vann Stuedeman 2000 Head Coach Patrick Murphy, Asst. Coaches, Alyson Habetz & Karen Johns

All-SEC

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Charlotte Morgan (First Team) Kelsi Dunne (First Team) Kayla Braud (First Team) Whitney Larsen (Second Team) Kelsi Dunne (1st Team) Kelley Montalvo (1st Team) Charlotte Morgan (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Kelsi Dunne (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Kelley Montalvo (1st Team) Charlotte Morgan (1st Team) Dani Woods (2nd Team) Jordan Praytor (2nd Team) Ashley Holcombe (2nd Team) Lauren Parker (1st Team) Jordan Praytor (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Charlotte Morgan (2nd Team) Chrissy Owens (2nd Team) Dani Woods (2nd Team) Staci Ramsey (1st Team) Brittany Rogers (1st Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (1st Team) Jordan Praytor (1st Team) Ashley Holcombe (2nd Team) Dani Woods (2nd Team) Jackie Wilkins (1st Team) Ashley Courtney (2nd Team) Staci Ramsey (2nd Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (2nd Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (1st Team) Staci Ramsey (2nd Team) Capper Reed (2nd Team)

ALABAMA


HONORS AND AWARDS 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Lacy Prejean (1st Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Ashley Courtney (1st Team) Stephanie VanBrakle (2nd Team) Shelley Laird (1st Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Lacy Prejean (2nd Team) Jackie Wilkins (2nd Team) Ginger Jones (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Shelley Laird (1st Team) Jackie McClain (1st Team) Suzanne Olcott (1st Team) Lacy Prejean (2nd Team) Ginger Jones (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Shelley Laird (1st Team) Christy Kyle (2nd Team) Suzanne Olcott (2nd Team) Lacy Prejean (2nd Team) Kelley Askew (1st Team) Kelly Kretschman (1st Team) Carrie Moreman (1st Team) Shelley Laird (2nd Team) Christy Kyle (1st Team) Carrie Moreman (1st Team) Penny Cope (2nd Team) Kelly Kretschman (2nd Team) Kim Rohret (2nd Team) Christy Kyle (1st Team) Karla Contryman (2nd Team)

SEC PLAYER of the Year 2010 2009

Charlotte Morgan Charlotte Morgan

SEC PitchER of the Year 2010 2006

Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle

SEC Freshman of the Year

2010 2009 2008 2006 2003 2001 2000

Kayla Braud Amanda Locke Kelsi Dunne Brittany Rogers Stephanie VanBrakle Jackie McClain Lacy Prejean

freshman All-SEC 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Kayla Braud Keima Davis Cassie Reilly-Boccia Amanda Locke Kelsi Dunne Charlotte Morgan Kelley Montalvo Brittany Rogers Chrissy Owens Jordan Praytor Dani Woods

SEC COMMUNITY SERVICE team 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Catherine Dozier Catherine Dozier Jordan Praytor Brittany Rogers Jordan Praytor Jennifer Wright Angela Johnson

usa softball national pow 2010 2009 2008 2006

Kelsi Dunne (5/18) Kelsi Dunne (4/6) Kelley Montalvo (3/11) Charlotte Morgan (4/8) Stephanie VanBrakle (3/13) Dominique Accetturo (3/27)2005

SOFTBALL

Stephanie VanBrakle (5/17)

NFCA softball national pow 2009 2008

Kelsi Dunne (4/6) Kelley Montalvo (3/11) Charlotte Morgan (4/8)

SEC Player of the Week 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Charlotte Morgan (3/22) Kelsi Dunne (4/12) Charlotte Morgan (4/20) Kelsi Dunne (3/9) Kelsi Dunne (4/6) Kelsi Dunne (4/27) Brittany Rogers (2/18) Kelley Montalvo (3/10) Charlotte Morgan (3/24) Charlotte Morgan (4/7) Kelsi Dunne (4/21) Kelsi Dunne (5/5) Charlotte Morgan (2/12) Brittany Rogers (2/19) Lauren Parker (2/26) Charlotte Morgan (3/12) Charlotte Morgan (3/19) Dani Woods (4/9) Blair Potter (4/30) Dani Woods (2/13) Jordan Praytor (3/20) Dominique Accetturo (3/27) Dani Woods (4/3) Kelley Montalvo (4/24) Dani Woods (5/8) Stephanie VanBrakle (2/14) Ashley Courtney (2/21) Ashley Courtney (3/28) Staci Ramsey (4/18) Erin Wright (2/16) Stephanie VanBrakle (3/15) Stephanie VanBrakle (4/20) Capper Reed (5/3) Jackie Wilkins (5/10) Ashley Courtney (2/3) Jackie McClain (2/24) Jackie McClain (4/7) Ashley Courtney (2/11) Shelley Laird (2/25) Erin Wright (3/4) Shelley Laird (4/15) Jackie McClain (4/22) Kelly Kretschman (2/26) Kelly Kretschman (3/12) Shelley Laird (3/19) Jackie McClain (4/2) Kelly Kretschman (4/23) Julie Lindner (4/10) Ginger Jones (4/3) Shelley Laird (3/20) Suzanne Olcott (2/14) Shelley Laird (3/2), (5/4) Kelly Kretschman (4/13) Carrie Moreman (4/21) Christy Kyle (4/7) Kelly Kretschman (3/24) Christy Kyle (4/20), (3/23)

sec tournament mvp

2010 2005

Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle (DP)

SNAPSHOTS Chrissy Owens threw a perfect game against Mississippi Valley State on May 19, 2006. The next year she earned AllAmerican honors.

Lauren Parker Ashley Holcombe 2008 Charlotte Morgan Whitney Larsen Kelsi Dunne 2007 Kellie Eubanks (SS) 2006 Brittany Rogers (OF) 2005 Dominique Accetturo (SS) Ashley Courtney (C) Jordan Praytor (OF) Stephanie VanBrakle (DP) Jackie Wilkins (OF) Jennifer Wright (P) 2004 Jackie McClain (1B) 2003 Dominique Accetturo (2B) Stephanie VanBrakle (DP/UTL) 2002 Suzanne Olcott (2B) 2000 Ginger Jones (1B) 1998 Kierstin Arntsen (OF) Carrie Moreman (C)

NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team 2004 2003 2001 2000

Ashley Courtney Capper Reed Stephanie VanBrakle Dominique Accetturo Lacy Prejean Stephanie VanBrakle (MVP) Erin Wright Kelly Kretschman Shelley Laird Shelley Laird (P)(MVP) Kelly Kretschman Ginger Jones Lacy Prejean

College World Series All-Tournament Team 2009 2008 2000

Charlotte Morgan Kelley Montalvo Brittany Rogers Charlotte Morgan Kelly Kretschman

SEC All-Tournament Team 2010 2009

Kelsi Dunne (MVP Jennifer Fenton Whitney Larsen Kayla Braud Charlotte Morgan

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SUPERLATIVE RECORDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Karla Contryman Christy Kyle Christy Kyle Christy Kyle Kelley Askew Ginger Jones Christy Kyle Lindsay Testa Staci Ramsey Stephanie VanBrakle Dominique Accetturo Staci Ramsey Dani Woods Stephanie VanBrakle Dominique Accetturo Kelley Montalvo Kellie Eubanks Charlotte Morgan Dani Woods Charlotte Morgan Kellie Eubanks Whitney Larsen Jordan Praytor Kelley Montavo Whitney Larsen Jazlyn Lunceford Whitney Larsen Charlotte Morgan Kayla Braud Whitney Larsen Charlotte Morgan Whitney Larsen

vs. Auburn (4/2/97) vs. Mississippi (4/5/97) vs. Mississippi (4/5/98) vs. Georgia Southern (3/25/98) vs. Arkansas (3/21/99) vs. Eastern Kentucky(2/19/00) vs. Long Island (3/9/00) vs. Tennessee (3/25/01) vs. Mississippi (4/5/03) vs. Chattanooga (2/29/04) vs. Samford (3/17/05) vs. Marshall (2/12/06) at Kentucky (4/1/06) vs. Troy (4/11/06) vs. Troy (4/11/06) at Arkansas (5/6/06) vs. Louisiana Tech (3/27/07) vs. Georgia (3/31/07) vs. Purdue (2/9/08) vs. McNeese State (2/13/08) vs. McNeese State (2/13/08) vs. Tennessee (3/9/08) vs. Georgia (5/3/08) vs. Georgia (5/3/08) vs. Baylor (3/8/09) vs. Arizona State (5/30/09) vs. Michigan (2/27/10) at Georgia (3/14/10) South Carolina (3/21/10) at Auburn (4/2/10) vs. Troy (4/20/10) at Arkansas (SEC Tournament; 5/13/10)

All-Time Alabama Hit Streaks 1. 2. 4. 6. 9. 12.

*Kelly Kretschman Jordan Praytor Brittany Rogers Jackie McClain Charlotte Morgan Kayla Braud Ashley Holcombe Brittany Rogers Dominique Accetturo Ashley Holcombe Ashley Courtney Kelley Montalvo Brittany Rogers Kelly Kretschman Kristi Frenier * - SEC Record

Alabama No Hitters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Shelley Laird Melissa Bautista Erin Wright Jennifer Wright Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle* Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle# Chrissy Owens Blair Potter Kelsi Dunne* Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne Charlotte Morgan Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne

35 (1998) 25 (2006) 19 (2008) 17 (2004) 17 (2009) 14 (2010) 14 (2008) 14 (2006) 13 (2004) 13 (2009) 13 (2003) 12 (2008) 12 (2007) 12 (1999) 12 (2000)

vs. Long Island 10-0 (5), March 9, 2000 *vs. Texas A&M-C.C. 7-0, February 16, 2001 vs. Lipscomb 8-0 (5), February 13, 2004 vs. North Texas 8-0 (5), February 28, 2004 at Mississippi 9-0, April 3, 2004 at Georgia Tech 1-0 L, April 13, 2004 vs. Missouri State 6-0, February 19, 2006 vs. South Carolina 8-0 (5), March 12, 2006 at Kentucky 7-0, April 1, 2006 vs. Mississippi Valley State 8-0, May 19, 2006 vs. Kentucky 8-0, April 29, 2007 vs. Illinois 6-0, February 22, 2008 vs. Mississippi 8-0, March 30, 2008 vs. *Kentucky 2-1, April 14, 2009 at Georgia Tech 10-0, April 22, 2009 vs. *Auburn 6-0, April 26, 2009 vs. Jacksonville State 9-0, May 22, 2009 vs. Jacksonville State 9-0, May 23, 2009

Jones

Askew

Courtney

McClain

VanBrakle

Praytor

Holcombe

Morgan

Alabama and the Professional Ranks

The following Crimson Tide softballers have been drafted into the professional ranks of the Women’s Pro Softball League and the National Pro Fastpitch League:

2001 WPSL/NPF Senior Draft

11th Ginger Jones (3rd pick, 3rd round) • Tampa Bay Firestix 21st Kelley Askew (1st pick, 6th round) • Akron Racers 2003 NPF Senior Draft 18th Jackie McClain (2nd pick, 3rd round) • New England Riptide 2005 NPF Senior Draft 8th Ashley Courtney (2nd pick, 2nd round) • New England Riptide 2006 NPF Senior Draft 2nd Stephanie VanBrakle (2nd pick, 1st round) • Philadelphia Force 2008 NPF Senior Draft 22nd Jordan Praytor (1st pick, 4th round) • New England Riptide 2009 NPF Senior Draft 21st Ashley Holcombe (1st pick, 5th round) • Rockford Thunder 1st Charlotte Morgan (1st pick, 1st round) • USSSA Pride

SNAPSHOTS Charlotte Morgan was the first pick of the first round by the USSSA Pride. The Pride went on to win the NPF title in 2010.

* - seven-inning no-hitter # - perfect game

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GAME RECORDS Team Game Records HITTING

At Bats: Runs Scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: Total Bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sacrifice Hits: Sacrifice Flies: Stolen Bases: Hit by Pitch: Caught Stealing: Runners LOB:

77 21 21 25 20 8 3 3 3 6 6 42 13 20 6 3 9 5 5 3 17

-Alabama (at Arkansas) -Alabama (vs. McNeese State) -Alabama (vs. South Carolina) -Alabama (at Arkansas) -Alabama (vs. McNeese State) -Alabama (vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi) -Alabama (vs. Penn State) -Alabama (vs. Maryland) -Alabama (vs. Jackson State) -Alabama (vs. South Carolina) -Alabama (at Kentucky) -Alabama (vs. Tennessee Tech) -Toledo (vs. Michigan State) -Alabama (vs. Northwestern) -Evansville (vs. Alabama-Birmingham) -Alabama (vs. Hofstra) -Alabama (vs. Northwestern State) -Alabama (vs. Southern Mississippi) -Alabama (vs. Tennessee) -Kentucky (vs. Alabama) -Michigan (vs. South Florida)

March 21, 1999 Feb. 13, 2008 March 21, 2010 March 21, 1999 Feb. 13, 2008 Feb. 17, 2001 Feb. 18, 2005 Feb. 20, 2005 April 3, 2002 March 21, 2010 March 22, 2008 May 20, 2007 Feb. 16, 2007 June 1, 2006 Feb. 5, 2005 May 22, 2005 April 3, 2007 May 3, 2006 March 13, 2004 March 22, 2003 May 18, 2001

Putouts: Assists: Errors: Double Plays:

57 23 7 7 5

-Alabama (at Arkansas) -Alabama (at LSU) -Birmingham Southern (vs. Alabama) -Albany (vs. Alabama) -Alabama (vs. Texas)

March 21, 1999 May 7, 1999 March 23, 2006 Feb. 13, 2004 May 17, 2009

Innings: Strikeouts: Hit Batters:

19.0 18 18 5 5

-Alabama (at Arkansas) -Alabama (vs. Western Illinois) -Alabama (vs. Missouri State) -Southern Mississippi (vs. Alabama) -Tennessee (vs. Alabama)

March 21, 1999 March 7, 2000 Feb. 19, 2006 May 3, 2006 March 13, 2004

FIELDING

PITCHING

Individual Game Records HITTING

At Bats: Runs: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: Total Bases: Walks: Strikeouts:

10 4 4 4 4 8 8 7 7 7 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 11 11 4 4 5 4 4 4 4

-Carrie Moreman, Alabama (at Arkansas) March 21, 1999 -Michelle Menningmann, Alabama (vs. La. Tech) March 27, 2007 -Kara Weigle, Michigan State (vs. Toledo) Feb. 16, 2007 -Jordan Praytor, Alabama (vs. Birmingham-Southern) March 23, 2006 -Ladonia Hughes, LSU (vs. Alabama) March 27, 2004 -Carrie Moreman, Alabama (at Arkansas) March 21, 1999 - Charlotte Morgan (vs. McNeese State) Feb. 13, 2008 -Codi Runyan, Louisiana Lafayette (Seton Hall) March 2, 2007 -Dominique Accetturo, Alabama (vs. Samford) March 17, 2005 -Kellie Eubanks, Alabama (McNeese State) Feb. 13, 2008 - Brittany Rogers (vs. Chattanooga) May 15, 2008 -Kelley Montalvo, Alabama (vs. Florida State) May 19, 2007 -Ashley Smith, South Carolina (vs. Alabama) April 17, 2004 -Kara Weigle, Michigan State (vs. Toledo) Feb. 16, 2007 -Ashley Courtney, Alabama (vs. Penn State) Feb. 18, 2005 -Kellie Eubanks (vs. McNeese State) Feb. 13, 2008 -Mandy Burford, Alabama (vs. La. Lafayette) March 4, 2007 -Charlotte Morgan, Alabama (vs. Tennessee Tech) May 20, 2007 -Ashley Potts, Tennessee Tech (vs. Alabama) May 20, 2007 -Kellie Middleton, Georgia (vs. Alabama) April 1, 2007 -Capper Reed, Alabama (vs. Mississippi State) April 10, 2005 -Dominique Accetturo, Alabama (vs. Samford) March 17, 2005 -Angela Johnson, Alabama (vs. Jacksonville State) March 10, 2004 -Stephanie VanBrakle (vs. Illinois) May 16, 2003 -Lacy Prejean, Alabama (vs. Southern) May 15, 2003 -Staci Ramsey, Alabama (vs. Mississippi) April 5, 2003 -Mel Wallach, Kansas (vs. Alabama) March 1, 2003 -Kelly Kretschman, Alabama (vs. Radford) March 8, 2000 -Anne Knobbe, Georgia Tech (vs. Alabama) Feb. 25, 2000 -Becky McMurtry, Illinois State (vs. Alabama) Feb. 11, 2001 -Kara Weigle, Michigan State (vs. Toledo) Feb. 16, 2007 -Lacy Prejean, Alabama (vs. Southern) May 15, 2003 -Ashley Holcombe (vs. Alabama-Birmingham) March 25, 2008 -Jordan Praytor, Alabama (vs. Florida State) May 19, 2007 -Brittany Rogers, Alabama (vs. Northwestern) June 1, 2006 -Jordan Praytor (vs. Northwestern) April 29, 2008 -Tara Neff, Georgia Tech (vs. Stanford) May 16, 2003 -Maria Damico, Southern Illinois (vs. Alabama) Feb. 16, 2003 -Dani Hofmann, Western Illinois (vs. Alabama) March 7, 2000

SOFTBALL

Sac Bunts: Sac Flies: SB: HBP: CS: LOB:

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors:

4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 3 2 2 7 7

-Willis, Ball State (vs. Alabama) March 7, 2001 -Katie Lewis, Georgia (vs. Mississippi State) May 14, 2004 -Lauren Parker, Lipscomb (vs. Albany) Feb. 13, 2004 -Tara Asbill, LSU (vs. Alabama) May 5, 2000 -Katie Lewis, Georgia (vs. Alabama) March 9, 2002 -Charlotte Morgan, Alabama (vs. Tennessee Tech) May 18, 2007 -Dominique Accetturo, Alabama (vs. Eastern Kentucky) Feb. 10,2006 -Leigh Wintter, Marshall (vs. Eastern Kentucky) Feb. 11, 2006 -Ashley Courtney, Alabama (vs. Alabama State) March 17, 2004 -Jennifer Fenton, Alabama (vs. Mississippi Valley) March 12, 2009 -Kelly Kretschman, Alabama (at Arkansas) March 21, 1999 -Mandy Buford, Alabama (at Mississippi) April 21, 2007 -Cassie Reilly-Boccia (vs. Alabama-Birmingham) March 4, 2009 -Valerie Nicholson, MVSU (vs. Eastern Kentucky) Feb. 10, 2006 -Katie Johnson, Alabama (vs. Georgia Southern) Feb. 5, 2005 -Cindy Turek, S. Florida (vs. Michigan) May 18, 2001 -Chrissy Garza, Michigan (vs. South Florida) May 18, 2001

19 11 4

-Lacy Prejean, Alabama (vs. Southern Illinois) -Katie Lewis, Georgia (vs. Tennessee) -Megan Larsen, Albany (vs. Alabama)

PITCHING

IP: 13.0 12.0 Strikeouts: 18 18 HBP: 5 No-Hitters: Perfect Games:

Feb. 16, 2003 May 15, 2004 Feb. 14, 2003

-Shelley Laird, Alabama (at Arkansas) March 21, 1999 -Stephanie VanBrakle (DePaul) June 4, 2005 -Shelley Laird, Alabama (vs. Western Illinois) March 7, 2000 -Stephanie VaBrakle, Alabama (vs. Missouri State) Feb. 19, 2006 -Monica Abbott, Tennessee (vs. Alabama) March 13, 2004 -Kelsi Dunne (vs. Jacksonville State) May 23, 2009 -Kelsi Dunne (vs. Jacksonville State) May 22, 2009 -Kelsi Dunne (vs. Auburn) April 26, 2009 -Kelsi Dunne (vs. Kentucky) April 14, 2009 -Kelsi Dunne (vs. Mississippi) March 30, 2008 -Blair Potter, Alabama (vs. Kentucky) April 29, 2007 -Chrissy Owens, Alabama (vs. Mississippi Valley State) May 19, 2006 -Stephanie VanBrakle, Alabama (vs. South Carolina) March 12, 2006 -Erin Wright, Alabama (vs. Lipscomb) Feb. 13, 2004 -Jessica Sallinger, Georgia Tech (vs. Stanford) May 16, 2003 -Erin Voeltz, Georgia Tech (vs. Southern) 5 innings May 15, 2003 -Jennie Finch, Arizona (vs. Drake) 5 innings Feb. 25, 2000 -Holly Killion, Western Illinois (vs. Radford) 7 innings March 11, 2000 -Shelley Laird, Alabama vs. (Long Island) 5 innings March 9, 2000 -Chrissy Owens, Alabama (vs. Miss. Valley St.) 5 innings May 19, 2006 -Erin Voeltz, Georgia Tech (vs. Southern) 5 innings May 15, 2003 -Jennie Finch, Arizona (vs. Drake) 5 innings Feb. 25, 2000 -Holly Killion, Western Illinois (vs. Radford) 7 innings March 11, 2000

Combined Team Game Records

HITTING

At Bats: Runs Scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: Total Bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac Hits: Sac Flies: Stolen Bases: Hit by Pitch: Caught Stealing: Runners LOB:

102 29 28 26 8 3 3 3 3 7 55 20 25 25 10 3 3 10 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 30

-Michigan vs. South Florida -Alabama vs. Tennessee Tech -Ball State vs. Alabama -Alabama vs. Tennessee Tech -Alabama-Birmingham vs. Georgia Southern -Mississippi Valley State vs. Alabama -Alabama vs. Maryland -Alabama vs. Penn State -Alabama vs. Jackson State -Alabama vs. Tennessee Tech -Alabama vs. Tennessee Tech -Toledo vs. Michigan State -Tennessee vs. Alabama -LSU vs. Alabama -Evansville vs. Alabama-Birmingham -Alabama vs. Auburn -Alabama vs. Hofstra -Alabama vs. Georgia Southern -Southern Miss vs. Alabama -Tennessee vs. Alabama -Alabama vs. Florida Atlantic -Alabama vs. Michigan State -Toledo vs. Michigan State -Florida vs. Alabama -Maryland vs. Missouri -Georgia Tech vs. Illinois -Kentucky vs. Alabama -Alabama vs. Penn State -Arkansas vs. Alabama -Michigan vs. South Florida

May 18, 2001 May 20, 2007 March 7, 2002 May 20, 2007 Feb. 4, 2005 May 20, 2005 Feb. 20, 2005 Feb. 18, 2005 April 3, 2002 May 20, 2007 May 20, 2007 Feb. 16, 2007 March 13, 2004 April 6, 2002 Feb. 5, 2005 April 7, 2007 May 22, 2005 Feb. 5, 2005 May 3, 2006 March 13, 2003 April 3, 2007 Feb. 16, 2007 Feb. 16, 2007 March 7, 2006 Feb. 19, 2005 May 15, 2003 March 22, 2003 March 2, 2003 March 18, 2001 May 18, 2001

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Putouts: Assists: Errors:

PITCHING

GAME RECORDS

Innings: Runs Allowed: Strikeouts: Hits Allowed: Hit Batters:

78 36 9 9

-South Florida vs. Michigan -Eastern Kentucky vs. Alabama -Birmingham Southern vs. Alabama -Eastern Kentucky vs. Mississippi Valley State

May 18, 2001 Feb. 13, 2004 March 23, 2006 Feb. 10, 2006

26.0 -Michigan vs. South Florida 1 -Alabama vs. Florida Atlantic 1 -Florida vs. Alabama 1 -Mississippi Valley State vs. Eastern Kentucky 1 -Mississippi vs. Alabama 1 -Alabama vs. Tennessee 1 -Lipscomb vs. Eastern Kentucky 1 -Georgia Tech vs. Stanford 1 -Penn State vs. Alabama 1 -Troy State vs. Alabama 1 -South Carolina vs. Alabama 1 -Tennessee Chattanooga vs. Michigan 1 -Alabama vs. Oregon State 1 -Arkansas vs. Alabama 1 -LSU vs. Alabama 25 -Tennessee vs. Alabama 25 -Alabama vs. LSU 5 -Alabama vs. Northwestern State 5 -Lipscomb vs. Eastern Kentucky 5 -Massachusetts vs. Georgia Tech 5 -Georgia Tech vs. Stanford 5 -Kansas vs. Alabama 5 -Penn State vs. Alabama 5 -Alabama vs. LSU 4 - Alabama vs. LSU 5 -Southern Mississippi vs. Alabama 5 -Tennessee vs. Alabama

May 18, 2001 April 3, 2007 March 8, 2006 Feb. 12, 2006 April 2, 2005 May 15, 2004 Feb. 14, 2004 May 16, 2003 March 1, 2003 April 25, 200 Mar 28, 2000 May 17, 2001 May 18, 2001 March 17, 2001 April 6, 2002 March 13, 2004 April 6, 2002 Feb. 9, 2005 Feb. 14, 2004 May 17, 2003 May 16, 2003 Feb. 28, 2003 March 1, 2003 April 6, 2002 April 5, 2008 May 3, 2006 March 13, 2004

SNAPSHOTS Kelsi Dunne struck out a career-best 17 batters on the road at UAB. She struck out 10 or more on 16 different occasions and fanned 14 or more four times.

SNAPSHOTS Alex Blewitt belted two home runs and drove in six runs against Rhode Island to help lead the Tide to the Hatter Invitational tournament title.

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TEAM RECORDS Wins

Year W 1. 2000 66 2. 2005 63 3. 2008 58 4. 2007 55 5. 2006 54 2009 54

Record 66-14 63-15 58-8 55-10 54-11 54-11

WINNING PERCENTAGE Year Percentage 1. 2008 .879 2. 2007 .846 3. 2006 .831 2009 .831 5. 2000 .825

Record 58-8 55-10 54-11 54-11 66-14

HITS IN SEASON

Hits Year 1. 612 2005 2. 588 2000 3. 584 1998 4. 544 2007 5. 540 2008

Hits Opponent Date at Arkansas Mar 21, 1999 1. 25 2. 20 vs Detroit-Mercy Feb 14, 1998 3. 19 vs Texas A&M-CC Feb 17, 2001 19 South Carolina Mar 21, 2010 19 at Tenn. Tech May 20, 2007 1. 3. 4. 5.

Runs Opponent 21 McNeese State 21 South Carolina 19 at Tenn. Tech 18 at Samford 17 vs Rhode Island

Date Feb 13, 2008 Mar 21, 2010 May 20, 2007 Mar 10, 1998 Feb 19, 2010

RUNS IN SEASON

Runs Year 1. 463* 2007 2. 451 2010 3. 445 2008 4. 430 2009 5. 411 1998

Opponent Date vs Texas A&M-CC 2/17/01 vs. Winthrop 2/25/07 at Florida 3/14/07 at Drake 3/3/06 vs. Albany 2/14/04 vs. Birmingham-Southern 4/15/04 vs. Middle Tennessee 2/16/08

DOUBLES IN SEASON

2B 1. 118 2. 95 3. 94 94 4. 92 5. 87

Year 2008 2005 2003 1998 2000 2006

TRIPLES IN GAME 3B 1. 3 3 3 3 3

Opponent vs. Missouri State vs. Maryland vs. Penn State at South Carolina vs Jackson State

SOFTBALL

Alabama Softball Top Home Attendance

Year 1998 2005 2002 2007 2010 2003

HOME RUNS IN GAME

HR Opponent Date 1. 6* South Carolina Mar 21, 2010 6 at Kentucky Mar 22, 2008 3. 5 Auburn Apr 03, 1999 5 vs Belmont Apr 14, 1998 5 NE Illinois Feb 28, 1998 5 at Kentucky Mar 22, 2008 5 at Tenn. Tech May 20, 2007

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

3218 3130 3122 3012 2948 2918 2848 2806 2723 2685

vs. Hawaii vs. Hawaii vs. Auburn vs. Washington vs. Florida vs. Hawaii vs. Tennessee vs. Mississippi vs. Florida vs. Georgia

May 29, 2010 May 30, 2010 April 25, 2009 March 7, 2009 March 27, 2010 May 29, 2010 May 1, 2010 April 17, 2010 March 27, 2010 April 4, 2009

INNINGS PLAYED IN GAME

HR Year 1. 104 2010 2. 79 2007 3. 77 2008 4. 73 1998 5. 62 2000 62 2009

IP 1. 19.0* 2. 12.0 12.0 4. 11.0 11.0 11.0 11.0

RBI IN GAME

INNINGS PLAYED IN SEASON

RBI Opponent McNeese State 1. 20 2. 18 South Carolina 18 at Tenn. Tech 4. 16 vs Rhode Island 16 at Samford

Date Feb 13, 2008 Mar 21, 2010 May 20, 2007 Feb 19, 2010 Mar 10, 1998

RBI IN SEASON

Opponent at Arkansas vs. DePaul vs Missouri vs Southern Illinois vs LSU vs Western Illinois vs South Carolina

Date 3/21/99 6/4/05 2/10/00 2/6/03 4/6/02 3/7/00 3/5/99

IP Year 1. 572.0* 2000 2. 523.1 2005 3. 476.1 2003 4. 459.2 1999 5. 450.1 2002

*Indicates SEC Game or Season Record

RBI Year 1. 405* 2007 2. 404 2010 3. 395 2008 4. 374 2009 5. 358 1998

STOLEN BASES IN GAME

DOUBLES IN GAME 2B 1. 8 2. 7 3. 6 6 6 6 6

3B 1. 24 2. 19 3. 14 4. 13 5. 12 12

HOME RUNS IN SEASON

hits IN GAME

rUNS IN GAME

TRIPLES IN SEASON

SB 1. 9 2. 8 8 8 4. 7

Opponent Date vs. Northwestern St. 4/3/07 at Drake 3/3/06 vs. Northwestern St. 2/9/05 at Arkansas 3/21/99 Nine Times

STOLEN BASES IN SEASON

SB 1. 189 2. 181 3. 163 4. 138 5. 137

SB-ATT (189-224) (181-209) (163-186) (138-165) (137-160)

WALKS IN GAME

BB Opponent 1. 13 vs Florida A&M 2. 12 vs. Northwestern St. Two Times 3. 11 4. 10 Three times 5. 9 Six times Date 2/19/06 2/20/05 2/18/05 4/17/05 4/3/02

Year 2007 2009 2008 2000 2010

Date 3/4/99 4/3/07

WALKS IN SEASON BB Year 1. 306* 2010 2. 266 2008 3. 250 2009 4. 240 2005 5. 237 2007

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HITTING (SEASON) Highest batting avg.

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

.335 (544-1622) .325 (584-1795) .324 (540-1666) .320 (493-1543) .319 (512-1603) .308 (493-1601) .301 (612-2036) .300 (492-1642) .293 (504-1723) .286 (483-1686)

2007 1998 2008 2010 2009 2001 2005 2006 2002 2004

TEAM RECORDS

Highest slugging pct.

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

.584 (1543 AB) .551 (1622 AB) .544 (1666 AB) .528 (1795 AB) .501 (1603 AB) .454 (1642 AB) .454 (2036 AB) .448 (1686 AB) .437 (1601 AB) .421 (1774 AB)

Highest on base pct.

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

.442 (1543 AB) .432 (1622 AB) .432 (1666 AB) .431 (1603 AB) .394 (1601 AB) .390 (1642 AB) .387 (1795 AB) .385 (2036 AB) .378 (1686 AB) .369 (1723 AB)

2010 2007 2008 1998 2009 2006 2005 2004 2001 2003

2010 2007 2008 2009 2001 2006 1998 2005 2004 2002

Highest stolen base pct.

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

.876 (163-186) .866 (181-209) .856 (137-160) .844 (189-224) .836 (138-165) .830 (88-106) .824 (131-159) .797 (126-158) .776 (132-170) .769 (93-121)

Most games played 1. 81 2. 80 3. 70 4. 67 67 6. 66 66 66 9. 65 65 65

Most at bats 1. 2132 2. 2126 3. 1795 4. 1774 5. 1741 6. 1723

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2008 2009 2010 2007 2000 1999 2005 1998 2006 2001

2005 2000 2003 1998 2002 2007 2006 2008 2004 1999 2009

2005 2000 1998 2003 1999 2002

7. 1686 8. 1668 9. 1666 10. 1642

Most runs scored

1. 463 2. 451 3. 445 4. 430 5. 411 6. 401 7. 383 8. 363 9. 329 10. 322

Most hits

1. 612 2. 588 3. 584 4. 544 5. 540 6. 512 7. 504 8. 493 493 10. 492

Most doubles

1. 118 2. 96 3. 95 4. 94 5. 92 6. 87 7. 86 8. 83 9. 81 10. 76 76

Most triples

1. 24 2. 19 3. 14 4. 13 5. 12 12 7. 11 11 9. 10 10. 9 9

Most home runs

1. 104 2. 79 3. 77 4. 73 5. 62 62 7. 60 8. 59 9. 51 10. 49

2004 2006 2008 2007

2007 2010 2008 2009 1998 2005 2000 2006 2004 2001

2005 2000 1998 2007 2008 2009 2002 2010 2001 2006

2008 1998 2005 2003 2000 2006 2007 2009 2004 2002 1999 1998 2005 2002 2007 2010 2003 2009 1997 2000 2001 2008

2010 2007 2008 1998 2000 2009 2005 2004 2006 2003

Most runs batted in

1. 405 2. 404 3. 395 4. 374 5. 358 6. 354 7. 339 8. 304 9. 291 10. 279

Most total bases

1. 947 2. 925 3. 907 4. 901 5. 893 6. 886 7. 803 8. 755 9. 747 10. 746

Most walks

1. 306 2. 266 3. 250 4. 240 5. 237 6. 226 7. 219 8. 208 9. 207 10. 199

2007 2010 2008 2009 1998 2005 2000 2006 2004 2001 1998 2005 2008 2010 2007 2000 2009 2004 2003 2006

2010 2008 2009 2005 2007 2000 2004 1999 2006 20013

Most times struck out

1. 344 2. 340 3. 334 4. 331 5. 315 6. 305 7. 294 8. 286 9. 281 10. 266

Fewest strikeouts

1. 215 2. 230 3. 260 4. 265 5. 266 6. 281 7. 286 8. 294 9. 305 10. 315

most sac-flies

1. 28 2. 25 3. 18 18 5. 17 6. 16 16 8. 15 9. 14 14

1999 2005 2000 2010 2004 2003 2006 2008 2002 1998

2001 2007 1997 2009 1998 2002 2008 2006 2003 2004 2010 2007 2002 2008 2009 1998 2001 2000 1997 1999

most sac-hits

1. 66 2. 62 3. 61 4. 60 60 6. 57 57 8. 53 9. 48 48

Most stolen bases

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

189 (189-224) 181 (181-209) 163 (163-186) 138 (138-165) 137 (137-160) 132 (132-170) 131 (131-159) 126 (126-158) 98 (98-133) 93 (93-121)

Most times caught stealing

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 9.

38 (132-170) 35 (98-133) 35 (189-224) 32 (126-158) 30 (83-113) 28 (181-209) 28 (131-159) 28 (93-121) 27 (138-165) 27 (67-94)

1997 2005 2001 2003 2000 2006 2007 2002 2008 2004 2007 2009 2008 2000 2010 2006 2005 1998 2004 2001

2006 2004 2007 1998 2002 2009 2005 2001 2000 2003

Fewest caught stealing

1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 10.

18 (88-106) 23 (137-160) 23 (163-186) 26 (66-92) 27 (67-94) 27 (138-165) 28 (93-121) 28 (131-159) 28 (181-209) 30 (83-113)

1999 2010 2008 1997 2003 2000 2001 2005 2009 2002

PITCHING (SEASON) Lowest earned run avg.

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

1.13 (440.0 IP) 1.35 (415.1 IP) 1.55 (523.1 IP) 1.56 (427.0 IP) 1.67 (414.2 IP) 1.68 (408.2 IP) 1.70 (572.0 IP) 1.84 (459.2 IP) 1.85 (476.1 IP) 2.11 (437.1 IP)

Lowest opponent batting avg. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.174 (440.0 IP) .184 (427.0 IP) .200 (523.1 IP) .201 (408.2 IP) .203 (415.1 IP)

2006 2001 2005 2008 2007 2009 2000 1999 2003 2004

2006 2008 2005 2009 2001

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TEAM RECORDS 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.205 (437.1 IP) .208 (405.2 IP) .221 (572.0 IP) .222 (414.2 IP) .232 (459.2 IP)

2004 2010 2000 2007 1999

Fewest walks allowed 7 inn game

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

1.35 (415.1 IP) 1.38 (440.0 IP) 1.42 (365.1 IP) 1.61 (443.2 IP) 1.68 (572.0 IP) 1.74 (450.1 IP) 1.81 (459.2 IP) 1.90 (523.1 IP) 1.96 (414.2 IP) 2.00 (437.1 IP)

Most strikeouts 7 inn game

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

9.20 (405.2 IP) 9.20 (440.0 IP) 8.12 (523.1 IP) 7.79 (437.1 IP) 7.60 (450.1 IP) 7.56 (427.0 IP) 7.26 (408.2 IP) 6.69 (476.1 IP) 6.52 (414.2 IP) 6.13 (415.1 IP)

Most wins

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

66 (66-14) 63 (63-15) 58 (58-8) 55 (55-10) 54 (54-11) 54 (54-11) 52 (52-11) 50 (50-11) 49 (49-18) 49 (49-21)

Most losses

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

29 (27-29) 26 (39-26) 21 (49-21) 21 (46-21) 20 (45-20) 18 (49-18) 15 (63-15) 14 (66-14) 11 (52-11) 11 (54-11) 11 (54-11) 11 (50-11)

Most saves 1. 12 2. 9 3. 8 4. 6 5. 5 5 5 5 5 10. 4

SOFTBALL

2001 2006 1997 1998 2000 2002 1999 2005 2007 2004

2010 2006 2005 2004 2002 2008 2009 2003 2007 2001

2000 2005 2008 2007 2006 2009 2010 2001 1998 2003

1997 1999 2003 2002 2004 1998 2005 2000 2010 2009 2006 2001 2005 2008 2002 2007 2006 2004 2003 1999 2000 2001

Most complete games

1. 53 2. 49 3. 46 4. 45 45 6. 44 7. 41 8. 40 40 10. 38

Most shutouts

1. 26 2. 25 3. 24 4. 23 23 6. 22 7. 19 8. 18 9. 17 10. 13 13

2000 1998 1997 1999 2009 2001 2005 2004 2002 2008

2009 2001 2006 2007 2008 2005 2000 2004 2002 1999 1998

Most innings pitched

1. 572.0 2. 523.1 3. 476.1 4. 459.2 5. 450.1 6. 443.2 7. 440.0 8. 437.1 9. 427.0 10. 415.1

Most hits allowed

1. 460 2. 422 3. 412 4. 407 5. 405 6. 399 7. 385 8. 342 9. 337 10. 316

2000 2005 2003 1999 2002 1998 2006 2004 2008 2001

2000 2003 1998 1997 1999 2002 2005 2007 2004 2010

Fewest hits allowed

1. 273 2. 281 3. 297 4. 305 5. 316 6. 337 7. 342 8. 385 9. 399 10. 405

Most runs allowed

1. 194 2. 181 3. 180 4. 179 5. 177 6. 176 7. 170

2006 2008 2009 2001 2010 2004 2007 2005 2002 1999

1997 1998 2000 2010 2003 2002 2004

8. 168 9. 148 10. 133

1999 2005 2007

Fewest runs allowed

1. 93 2. 103 3. 115 4. 121 5. 133 6. 148 7. 168 8. 170 9. 176 10. 177

2001 2006 2008 2009 2007 2005 1999 2004 2002 2003

Most walks allowed

1. 152 2. 142 3. 139 4. 137 5. 129 6. 126 7. 125 8. 119 9. 116 10. 112

2003 2005 2009 2000 2010 2008 2004 1999 2007 2002

Fewest walks allowed

1. 74 2. 80 3. 87 4. 102 5. 112 6. 116 7. 119 8. 125 9. 126 10. 129

Most strikeouts

1. 607 2. 578 3. 533 4. 489 5. 487 6. 461 7. 455 455 9. 424 10. 386

Most home runs allowed

1. 42 2. 32 3. 29 4. 28 28 6. 24 7. 22 8. 20 9. 19 19

Fewest home runs allowed

1. 11 2. 12 3. 16

1997 2001 2006 1998 2002 2007 1999 2004 2008 2010

2005 2006 2010 2002 2004 2008 2003 2000 2009 2007

2010 2000 2008 2004 2003 2009 2007 1999 2002 2001

2006 1997 1998

4. 17 5. 19 19 7. 20 8. 22 9. 24 10. 28

Most batters faced

1. 2333 2. 2140 3. 2017 4. 1958 5. 1895 6. 1891 7. 1833 8. 1736 9. 1730 10. 1716 1716

2005 2001 2002 1999 2007 2009 2003

2000 2005 2003 1999 1998 2002 2004 2010 2008 2006 2007

Most at bats against

1. 2085 2. 1929 3. 1790 4. 1749 5. 1725 6. 1691 7. 1641 8. 1567 9. 1540 10. 1528

Most wild pitches

1. 53 2. 36 3. 30 4. 27 5. 24 6. 23 7. 22 8. 20 9. 19 19

Most hit batters

1. 55 2. 48 3. 43 4. 26 5. 24 24 7. 22 8. 20 20 10. 17

2000 2005 2003 1999 1998 2002 2004 2006 2007 2008

2006 2004 2003 2005 2007 1999 2002 2008 2009 1997

2010 2009 2008 1999 2007 2000 2004 2002 2006 2005

Most runners picked off 1. 11 2. 8 3. 4 4 4 4 7. 3 8. 2 2 10. 1

2009 2008 2007 2001 2003 2006 2002 2005 2010 1998

79


FIELDING (SEASON) Highest fielding pct.

TEAM RECORDS

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

.977 (1279-421-40) .974 (1226-420-44) .974 (1244-534-48) .974 (1320-487-49) .972 (1570-690-66) .969 (1246-368-51) .967 (1716-543-77) .967 (1429-574-69) .963 (1351-437-69) .962 (1312-524-73)

Lowest stolen base against pct.

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

.946 (1090-466-88) .957 (1331-579-86) .958 (1379-529-84) .960 (1217-359-66) .962 (1312-524-73) .963 (1351-437-69) .967 (1429-574-69) .967 (1716-543-77) .969 (1246-368-51) .972 (1570-690-66)

2008 2009 2007 2006 2005 2001 2000 2003 2002 2004

1997 1998 1999 2010 2004 2002 2003 2000 2001 2005

Highest stolen base against pct.

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

.835 (66-79) .816 (31-38) .814 (57-70) .800 (40-50) .750 (21-28) .745 (35-47) .744 (32-43) .735 (25-34) .698 (37-53) .696 (39-56)

lowest stolen base against pct.

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

.639 (39-61) .660 (31-47) .691 (38-55) .694 (25-36) .696 (39-56) .698 (37-53) .735 (25-34) .744 (32-43) .745 (35-47) .750 (21-28)

Most chances

1. 2336 2. 2326 3. 2072 4. 1996 5. 1992 6. 1909 7. 1857 8. 1856 9. 1826 10. 1740

Most putouts 1. 1716 2. 1570 3. 1429 4. 1379 5. 1351

80

1999 2007 2004 2005 2008 2002 2001 2006 2003 2000

1998 1997 2010 2009 2000 2003 2006 2001 2002 2008

2000 2005 2003 1998 1999 2004 2002 2006 2007 2008 2000 2005 2003 1999 2002

SNAPSHOTS Kelley Montalvo was part of the best defensive units in school history in 2008. The team fielded .977 and only made 40 errors in 1740 chances. 6. 1331 7. 1320 8. 1312 9. 1279 10. 1246

Most assists

1. 690 2. 579 3. 574 4. 543 5. 534 6. 529 7. 524 8. 487 9. 476 10. 437

Most errors

1. 88 2. 86 3. 84 4. 77 5. 73 6. 69 69 8. 66 66 10. 51

Fewest errors

1. 40 2. 44 3. 48 4. 49 5. 51 6. 66 66 8. 69 69 10. 73

1998 2006 2004 2008 2001

2005 1998 2003 2000 2007 1999 2004 2006 1997 2002

1997 1998 1999 2000 2004 2002 2003 2010 2005 2001 2008 2009 2007 2006 2001 2005 2010 2003 2002 2004

Most double plays turned 1. 26 2. 24 24 4. 20 20 20 20 8. 19 9. 15 15

Most caught stealing by 1. 22 2. 17 17 4. 16 16 6. 13 13 8. 12 9. 11 11

Most stolen bases against

1. 66 2. 57 3. 40 4. 39 39 6. 38 7. 37 8. 35 9. 32 10. 31 31

2003 2009 2000 1998 2007 2002 2005 2004 2006 2008

Fewest stolen bases against

1. 21 2. 25 25 4. 31 31 6. 32 7. 35 8. 37 9. 38 10. 39 39

2008 2009 2006 2007 1997 2001 2002 2003 2010 1998 2000

1998 2010 2000 1997 2003 1999 2004 2002 2001 2009

1999 2004 2005 2000 1998 2010 2003 2002 2001 1997 2007

ALABAMA


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS HITTING (SEASON) Highest batting avg. (minimum 135 AB)

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

.505 .467 .457 .452 .451 .436 .427 .417 .417 .415

Kayla Braud Kelly Kretschman Lauren Parker Brittany Rogers Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Brittany Rogers Jackie McClain Charlotte Morgan Jordan Praytor

Most at bats (95-188) (100-214) (63-138) (98-217) (83-184) (102-234) (88-206) (78-187) (80-192) (78-188)

Highest slugging pct. (minimum 135 AB)

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

.986 .813 .774 .761 .734 .718 .712 .689 .673 .667

Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Charlotte Morgan Lauren Parker Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Amanda Locke Carrie Moreman Charlotte Morgan Kelley Montalvo

Highest on base pct. (minimum 135 AB)

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

.564 .562 .544 .541 .533 .515 .511 .509 .507 .505

Kayla Braud Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Jackie McClain Kelley Montalvo Lauren Parker Cassie Reilly-Boccia Cassie Reilly-Boccia

1.000 .968 .964 .941 .941 .938 .935 .933 .933 .909 .909

Capper Reed Jennifer Fenton Jennifer Fenton Ashley Courtney Whitney Larsen Jazlyn Lunceford Kelly Kretschman Kim Rohret Jordan Praytor Brittany Rogers Kelly Kretschman

1998 2008 2010 2007 2001 2000 2010 1998 2009 2007

(188 AB) (184 AB) (214 AB) (234 AB) (155 AB) (179 AB) (169 AB) (138 AB) (148 AB) (147 AB)

2010 2001 1998 2000 2010 2004 2008 2007 2010 2009

Most games played 1. 4. 5. 9. 10.

80 80 80 79 77 77 77 77 76 75

Kristi Frenier Kelly Kretschman Christy Kyle Ginger Jones Dani Woods Jackie Wilkins Staci Ramsey Jennifer Reach Ashley Courtney Leah White

Most games started 1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

80 80 79 79 77 76 75 75 74 74

Kelly Kretschman Kristi Frenier Christy Kyle Ginger Jones Dani Woods Staci Ramsey Ashley Courtney Jackie Wilkins Dominique Accetturo Jennifer Reach

SOFTBALL

(17-17) (30-31) (27-28) (16-17) (16-17) (15-16) (43-46) (14-15) (14-15) (60-66) (30-33)

2000 2000 2000 2000 2005 2005 2005 2000 2005 2005 2000 2000 2000 2000 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2000

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

241 238 238 234 227 226 222 222 222 220

Christy Kyle Jackie Wilkins Ashley Courtney Kelly Kretschman Kristi Frenier Staci Ramsey Carrie Moreman Ginger Jones Jennifer Reach Suzanne Olcott

Most runs scored

(214 AB) (192 AB) (155 AB) (138 AB) (184 AB) (234 AB) (139 AB) (222 AB) (165 AB) (159 AB)

Highest stolen base pct. (minimum 15 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

2010 1998 2007 2008 2001 2000 2006 2001 2008 2006

2005 2009 2010 2003 2009 2009 2000 1999 2005 2008 1999

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

94 83 79 75 68 60 59 58 58 57 57

Most hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

102 100 98 95 95 88 88 83 83 83

Most doubles 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 10.

22 19 18 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

Most triples 1. 3. 4. 5.

7 7 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3

2000 2005 2005 2000 2000 2005 1998 2000 2000 2000

Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Brittany Rogers Kayla Braud Brittany Rogers Brittany Rogers Kelley Montalvo Ashley Courtney Ashley Courtney Jordan Praytor Kelly Kretschman

1998 2000 2008 2010 2007 2006 2009 2004 2005 2006 2001

Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Brittany Rogers Ashley Courtney Kayla Braud Brittany Rogers Brittany Rogers Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Carrie Moreman

2000 1998 2008 2005 2010 2007 2006 2001 1999 1998

Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Jackie McClain Kelly Kretschman Jackie McClain Dani Woods Kelly Kretschman Kelley Montalvo Cassie Reilly-Boccia Christy Kyle Capper Reed Ashley Courtney Ashley Courtney Kelley Montalvo Kelley Montalvo Staci Ramsey

1998 2008 2002 2000 2003 2006 1999 2007 2009 1997 2004 2002 2005 2008 2009 2005

Kelly Kretschman Carrie Moreman Ashley Courtney Jordan Praytor Brittany Rogers Kelly Kretschman Jordan Praytor Kierstin Arntsen Kayla Braud Ashley Courtney Ashley Courtney Kierstin Arntsen

1998 1998 2005 2005 2007 1999 2008 1998 2010 2002 2004 1997

81


Most home runs

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

1. 2. 3. 6. 8. 9. 10.

25 19 17 17 17 15 15 14 13 12

Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Charlotte Morgan Ginger Jones Amanda Locke Whitney Larsen Carrie Moreman Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Stephanie VanBrakle

Most runs batted in 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

79 74 69 64 62 59 59 58 58 57 57

Charlotte Morgan Charlotte Morgan Ginger Jones Kelly Kretschman Carrie Moreman Jackie McClain Charlotte Morgan Kelly Kretschman Christy Kyle Staci Ramsey Whitney Larsen

Most total bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

211 168 156 153 152 139 135 131 121 121

Most walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

66 57 52 51 47 46 45 41 41 40 10 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

1998 2000 2008 1998 2005 2000 2001 1999 2006 2010

Cassie Reilly-Boccia Charlotte Morgan Kelley Montalvo Kelly Kretschman Jackie McClain Stephanie VanBrakle Kelly Kretschman Dani Woods Stephanie VanBrakle Cassie Reilly-Boccia

2010 2010 2009 2000 2004 2005 2001 2008 2006 2009

Kelly Kretschman Jackie McClain Jackie McClain Kelly Kretschman Stephanie VanBrakle Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Carrie Moreman Ginger Jones Kelly Kretschman

Most times hit by pitch 1. 2. 3. 6. 10.

82

16 15 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11

2008 2010 2000 1998 1998 2001 2009 2000 2000 2006 2010

Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Carrie Moreman Ashley Courtney Ginger Jones Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Jordan Praytor Kayla Braud

Most intentional walks 1. 2. 4. 5.

1998 2008 2010 2000 2010 2010 1998 2000 2001 2003

Amanda Locke Kellie Eubanks Capper Reed Charlotte Morgan Ginger Jones Lacy Prejean Lacy Prejean Mandy Burford Kellie Eubanks Ashley Courtney Capper Reed Kelley Montalvo Kelley Montalvo

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

Most times struck out 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

52 50 49 45 45 43 43 42 42 42 42

Most sac-flies 1. 2. 6. 8.

8 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Most sac-hits 1. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10.

17 17 16 14 14 13 13 12 12 11

Stephanie VanBrakle Kristi Frenier Kim Rohret Capper Reed Stephanie VanBrakle Jackie Wilkins Carrie Moreman J.C. Chapman Staci Ramsey Amanda Locke Kellie Eubanks

2003 2000 1999 2005 2005 2003 1999 1997 2006 2009 2008

Charlotte Morgan Jackie McClain J.C. Chapman Charlotte Morgan Charlotte Morgan Dominique Accetturo Kelley Askew Jackie McClain Lacy Prejean Dani Woods Lauren Parker Kelley Montalvo Charlotte Morgan Alex Blewitt Ginger Jones

2009 2001 1997 2010 2007 2006 1999 2002 2002 2007 2007 2009 2008 2010 1999

Jennifer Reach Jennifer Reach Jennifer Reach Jordan Praytor Leah White Angela Johnson Jennifer Reach Kelley Askew Kierstin Arntsen Mandy Burford

2000 2003 2001 2006 2002 2004 2002 2001 1997 2007

Most stolen bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

60 52 48 45 43 40 38 35 31 30 30

Brittany Rogers (60-66) Brittany Rogers (52-61) Brittany Rogers (48-54) Kayla Braud (45-50) Kelly Kretschman (43-46) Kelly Kretschman (40-47) Brittany Rogers (38-47) Jordan Praytor (35-41) Mandy Burford (31-35) Jennifer Fenton (30-31) Kelly Kretschman (30-33)

Most times caught stealing 1. 4. 6. 9.

9 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

Ashley Courtney (25-34) Brittany Rogers (38-47) Brittany Rogers (52-61) Kelly Kretschman (20-28) Angela Johnson (8-16) Jordan Praytor (27-34) Suzanne Olcott (18-25) Kelly Kretschman (40-47) Jordan Praytor (35-41) Jackie Wilkins (16-22) Kelley Montalvo (6-12) Brittany Rogers (60-66) Ashley Courtney (9-15) Brittany Rogers (48-54)

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

ALABAMA


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS Most stolen base attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

66 61 54 50 47 47 46 41 35 34 34

Brittany Rogers (60-66) Brittany Rogers (52-61) Brittany Rogers (48-54) Kayla Braud (45-50) Brittany Rogers (38-47) Kelly Kretschman (40-47) Kelly Kretschman (43-46) Jordan Praytor (35-41) Mandy Burford (31-35) Ashley Courtney (25-34) Jordan Praytor (27-34)

Most times reached base on error 1. 2. 4. 9.

14 12 12 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9

Jackie Wilkins Suzanne Olcott Brittany Rogers Jackie McClain Lindsay Testa Brittany Rogers Karla Contryman Lacy Prejean Ashley Courtney Jennifer Reach Jennifer Reach

Most wins

2008 2009 2007 2010 2006 1998 2000 2007 2007 2004 2006

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.

Most losses

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9. 10.

2005 2000 2008 2002 2001 2009 1998 2001 2003 2000 2003

PITCHING (SEASON) Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 150 IP)

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

0.68 1.06 1.19 1.30 1.34 1.35 1.44 1.63 1.70 1.73

Chrissy Owens Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Chrissy Owens Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne Penny Cope Shelley Laird

(154.0 IP) (265.0 IP) (230.1 IP) (167.1 IP) (260.1 IP) (327.1 IP) (213.2 IP) (215.1 IP) (160.2 IP) (239.0 IP)

2006 2001 2006 2007 2005 2000 2008 2009 1999 2002

Lowest opponent batting avg. (minimum 150 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.155 .162 .178 .179 .181 .184 .185 .190 .197 .205

Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Chrissy Owens Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird

(213.2 IP) (230.1 IP) (213.1 IP) (265.0 IP) (215.1 IP) (154.0 IP) (189.2 IP) (260.1 IP) (163.2 IP) (223.1 IP)

2008 2006 2010 2001 2009 2006 2004 2005 2003 1999

Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game (minimum 150 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.18 1.38 1.43 1.43 1.47 1.49 1.52 1.54 1.64 1.64

Chrissy Owens Penny Cope Shelley Laird Christy Caccavo Melissa Bautista Blair Potter Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Erin Wright

(154.0 IP) (233.2 IP) (265.0 IP) (253.2 IP) (152.0 IP) (164.0 IP) (230.1 IP) (327.1 IP) (239.0 IP) (179.0 IP)

2006 1998 2001 1997 2000 2007 2006 2000 2002 2003

Most strikeouts/7 inn game (minimum 150 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

11.65 10.48 9.17 9.01 8.64 8.49 8.43 8.39 8.26 7.09

Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Chrissy Owens Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Blair Potter

SOFTBALL

38 34 32 30 28 28 26 24 24 24

(213.1 IP) (230.1 IP) (260.1 IP) (213.2 IP) (154.0 IP) (189.2 IP) (163.2 IP) (215.1 IP) (239.0 IP) (164.0 IP)

2010 2006 2005 2008 2006 2004 2003 2009 2002 2007

17 13 12 12 10 10 9 9 8 7 7 7 7

Most saves

1. 2. 5. 7.

11 5 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3

Shelley Laird (38-7) Stephanie VanBrakle (34-7) Shelley Laird (32-7) Kelsi Dunne (30-6) Stephanie VanBrakle (28-6) Kelsi Dunne (28-5) Kelsi Dunne (26-6) Shelley Laird (24-12) Penny Cope (24-10) Chrissy Owens (24-5)

2000 2005 2001 2010 2006 2009 2008 2002 1998 2007

Christy Caccavo (19-17) Penny Cope (13-13) Nicki McKee (8-12) Shelley Laird (24-12) Stephanie VanBrakle (17-10) Penny Cope (24-10) Jennifer Wright (10-9) Shelley Laird (21-9) Erin Wright (15-8) Shelley Laird (38-7) Shelley Laird (32-7) Stephanie VanBrakle (34-7) Stephanie VanBrakle (18-7)

1997 1999 1997 2002 2004 1998 2003 1999 2004 2000 2001 2005 2003

Chrissy Owens Chrissy Owens Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Chrissy Owens Jennifer Wright

2005 2008 2000 2002 2004 2008 2001 1999 2006 2002

Most appearances

1. 2. 4. 6. 8.

56 45 45 44 44 42 42 41 41 41 41

Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Christy Caccavo Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Penny Cope Stephanie VanBrakle Erin Wright Kelsi Dunne Chrissy Owens

Most games started

1. 3. 5. 8. 10.

41 41 37 37 35 35 35 34 34 32

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Christy Caccavo Kelsi Dunne Penny Cope Kelsi Dunne

Most complete games

1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9.

37 34 33 26 26 26 25 23 22

Shelley Laird Christy Caccavo Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Penny Cope Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne

2000 2001 1997 2002 2005 2010 1998 2006 2003 2008 2005 2000 2005 2006 2001 2002 2009 1997 2010 1998 200 2000 1997 2001 2009 1998 2005 1999 2002 2010

83


10.

20 20 20

Most shutouts

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 9.

16 13 11 11 10 10 8 8 7 7 7

Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle

2008 2006 2004

7. 8. 9. 10.

Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Chrissy Owens Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Chrissy Owens Christy Caccavo Charlotte Morgan6

2001 2009 2000 2007 2005 2008 2002 2006 2006 1997

Most strikeouts

Most innings pitched 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

327.1 265.0 260.1 253.2 239.0 233.2 230.1 223.1 215.1 213.2

Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Christy Caccavo Shelley Laird Penny Cope Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne

Most hits allowed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

270 239 217 187 180 167 166 166 154 150

Christy Caccavo Shelley Laird Penny Cope Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Penny Cope Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Erin Wright Jennifer Wright

Most runs allowed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

115 93 80 79 78 76 76 71 66 64

Christy Caccavo Penny Cope Shelley Laird Nicki McKee Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne

Most earned runs allowed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

82 70 63 60 59 58 56 52 52 50 50

Christy Caccavo Penny Cope Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Nicki McKee Erin Wright Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne

Most walks allowed 1. 2. 3. 5.

84

103 77 72 72 68 68

Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle

2000 2001 2005 1997 2002 1998 2006 1999 2009 2008

1997 2000 1998 2002 2005 1999 2001 1999 2003 2003 1997 1998 2000 1997 1999 2010 2002 2004 2005 2009 1997 1998 2000 2010 2002 1999 1997 2004 2004 2005 2009 2009 2003 2008 2000 2010 2005

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

62 60 56 54 355 345 341 310 282 275 258 242 230 211

Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird

Most batters faced 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1292 1095 1046 1033 989 975 919 912 903 877

Shelley Laird Christy Caccavo Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Penny Cope Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne

Most at bats against 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1161 995 948 926 910 875 823 810 757 756

Shelley Laird Christy Caccavo Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Penny Cope Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne

Most wild pitches 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.

35 24 21 15 13 13 12 11 11 11

Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Stephanie VanBrakle Chrissy Owens Stephanie VanBrakle Jennifer Wright Shelley Laird Blair Potter Charlotte Morgan Christy Caccavo

Most hit batters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

37 33 31 15 13 12 12 11 11 11

Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Shelley Laird Chrissy Owens Lauren Sewell Charlotte Morgan Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird

Most runners picked off 1. 2. 3. 7.

10 8 4 4 4 4 3

Ashley Holcombe Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean Ashley Holcombe Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean Lacy Prejean

2004 1999 2002 2001 2010 2006 2005 2000 2002 2008 2009 2001 2004 1999 2000 1997 2005 2001 1998 2002 1999 2009 2006 2010

2000 1997 2005 2001 1998 2002 2006 1999 2010 2009 2006 2004 2003 2006 2005 2002 1999 2007 2009 1997 2010 2009 2008 1999 2002 2007 2010 2009 2006 2001 2009 2008 2003 2007 2006 2001 2002

ALABAMA


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS 8. 10.

2 2 1 1

Ashley Courtney Kendall Dawson Kelley Askew Kendall Dawson

2005 2010 1998 2009

6. 8.

FIELDING (SEASON) 1.000 1.000 1.000 .995 .994 .994 .993 .993 .991 .991

Lacy Prejean Kelley Askew Stephanie VanBrakle Charlotte Morgan Kelly Kretschman Jackie McClain Jackie McClain Cassie Reilly-Boccia Ashley Courtney Lacy Prejean

Lowest stolen base against pct. (minimum 15 attempts)

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

.556 .563 .593 .625 .643 .667 .667 .674 .677 .680

Most chances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

610 580 576 545 526 520 472 465 459 420

Most putouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

577 527 514 495 484 468 447 439 431 389

Most assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

165 157 156 146 144 142 140 140 138 128

Most errors 1. 2. 3. 4.

26 25 18 17 17

(217-19-0) (171-20-0) (21-55-0) (362-30-2) (144-16-1) (447-22-3) (439-17-3) (140-2-1) (527-48-5) (495-45-5)

2001 2000 2005 2007 2000 2003 2004 2009 2005 2002

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

19 15 14 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Jackie McClain Dani Woods Jackie McClain Kelly Kretschman Kelley Montalvo Lauren Parker Kellie Eubanks Kristi Frenier Amanda Locke Charlotte Morgan Ginger Jones Jackie McClain

Most caught stealing by

Amy Bernard Julie Lindner Jennifer Wright Christy Caccavo Kelley Askew Lacy Prejean Kendall Dawson Carrie Moreman Carrie Moreman Kelley Askew

(10-18) (9-16) (16-27) (20-32) (18-28) (18-27) (32-48) (31-46) (21-31) (17-25)

Dani Woods Ashley Courtney Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean Lacy Prejean Ashley Holcombe Jackie McClain Kendall Dawson Jackie McClain Ashley Holcombe

2005 2005 2006 2002 2003 2008 2003 2010 2004 2009

Dani Woods Ashley Courtney Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean Jackie McClain Jackie McClain Kendall Dawson Dani Woods

2005 2005 2006 2002 2008 2003 2003 2004 2010 2006

Kelly Kretschman Kristi Frenier Staci Ramsey Kelley Montalvo Leah White Kelly Kretschman Staci Ramsey Kristi Frenier Dominique Accetturo Kellie Eubanks

1998 2000 2005 2007 2005 1999 2003 1999 2005 2007

Kelly Kretschman Kelly Kretschman Christy Kyle Kristi Black Dominique Accetturo

1998 1999 1997 1997 2005

SOFTBALL

Jennifer Reach Leah White Dominique Accetturo Kristi Frenier Kellie Eubanks

Most double plays turned

Highest fielding pct. (minimum 75 chances)

1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

16 16 14 14 14

1998 2000 2003 1997 1998 2000 2010 1997 1998 2001

1. 3. 4. 5. 9.

16 16 15 12 11 11 11 11 10 10

Lacy Prejean Kendall Dawson Carrie Moreman Christy Caccavo Jennifer Wright Penny Cope Kelsi Dunne Lacy Prejean Kelley Askew Carrie Moreman

Most stolen bases against

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

43 37 35 35 32 31 30 28 25 25

Kelley Askew Lacy Prejean Ashley Courtney Lacy Prejean Kendall Dawson Carrie Moreman Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Penny Cope Kelsi Dunne

Most passed balls

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

15 14 11 10 10 9 8 7 6 6 6

Carrie Moreman Ashley Holcombe Staci Ramsey Ashley Courtney Ashley Courtney Ashley Holcombe Carrie Moreman Lacy Prejean Kellie Deska Lacy Prejean Kendall Dawson

2003 2005 2004 1999 2007 2003 2005 2004 1998 2009 2009 2009 2000 2009 2007 2000 2002 2003 2010 1997 1997 2003 1998 2010 2002 1998 1998 1999 2003 2005 2002 2010 1997 1999 2004 1999 2010 1997 2006 2004 2005 2004 2007 1999 2003 2004 2002 2010

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Individual Career Records HITTING (CAREER)

8. 9. 10.

Highest batting avg. (minimum 300 AB)

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

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

.437 .417 .387 .387 .368 .365 .356 .333 .332 .309

Kelly Kretschman Brittany Rogers Charlotte Morgan Jackie McClain Lauren Parker Ashley Courtney Jordan Praytor Kelley Montalvo Carrie Moreman Ginger Jones

(368-842) (343-823) (262-677) (289-747) (153-416) (304-833) (252-708) (204-613) (194-584) (212-685)

1998-01 2006-09 2007-10 2001-04 2007-09 2002-05 2005-08 2006-09 1997-99 1998-01

Highest slugging pct. (minimum 300 AB)

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

.766 .719 .591 .590 .579 .565 .563 .553 .534 .531

Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Lauren Parker Jackie McClain Kelley Montalvo Whitney Larsen Ashley Courtney Carrie Moreman Ginger Jones Jordan Praytor

(842 AB) 1998-01 (677 AB) 2007-10 (416 AB) 2007-09 (747 AB) 2001-04 (613 AB) 2006-09 (496 AB) 2008-10 (833 AB) 2002-05 (584 AB) 1997-99 (685 AB) 1998-01 (708 AB) 2005-08

Highest on base pct. (minimum 300 AB)

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

.533 .494 .484 .469 .463 .450 .441 .429 .419 .410

Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Jackie McClain Kelley Montalvo Brittany Rogers Jordan Praytor Ashley Courtney Lauren Parker Stephanie VanBrakle Ginger Jones

(842 AB) 1998-01 (677 AB) 2007-10 (747 AB) 2001-04 (613 AB) 2006-09 (823 AB) 2006-09 (708 AB) 2005-08 (833 AB) 2002-05 (416 AB) 2007-09 (651 AB) 2003-06 (685 AB) 1998-01

Highest stolen base pct. (minimum 40 attempts)

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

.966 .900 .868 .864 .857 .857 .854 .847 .826 .814

Jennifer Fenton Kayla Braud Brittany Rogers Kelly Kretschman Jazlyn Lunceford Jordan Praytor Christy Kyle Mandy Burford Karla Contryman Kim Rohret

Most games played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

277 274 273 270 269 269 265 263 263 262

Jackie Wilkins Ashley Courtney Kelly Kretschman Jennifer Reach Dominique Accetturo Staci Ramsey Christy Kyle Jackie McClain Lacy Prejean Jordan Praytor

Most games started 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

86

273 272 271 267 266 263 263

Kelly Kretschman Jackie Wilkins Ashley Courtney Jennifer Reach Dominique Accetturo Jackie McClain Christy Kyle

(57-59) 2009-10 (45-50) 2010 (198-228) 2006-09 (133-154) 1998-01 (36-42) 2009-10 (102-119) 2005-08 (35-41) 1997-00 (61-72) 2004-07 (38-46) 1997-98 (35-43) 1998-00

2002-05 2002-05 1998-01 2000-03 2003-06 2003-06 1997-00 2001-04 2000-03 2005-08

262 256 252

Most at bats 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

842 833 823 785 774 774 747 739 708 706

2003-06 2000-03 2005-08

Kelly Kretschman Ashley Courtney Brittany Rogers Christy Kyle Staci Ramsey Jackie Wilkins Jackie McClain Lacy Prejean Jordan Praytor Dominique Accetturo

1998-01 2002-05 2006-09 1997-00 2003-06 2002-05 2001-04 2000-03 2005-08 2003-06

Most runs scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

288 256 207 202 174 171 157 150 124 122

Most hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

368 343 304 289 262 252 239 229 224 212

Most doubles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

65 61 52 51 49 47 46 44 41 36

Most triples 1. 3. 4. 6. 9.

16 16 14 8 8 6 6 6 5 5 5

Most home runs 1998-01 2002-05 2002-05 2000-03 2003-06 2001-04 1997-00

Staci Ramsey Lacy Prejean Dani Woods

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

60 58 40 39 34 32 30 29

Kelly Kretschman Brittany Rogers Ashley Courtney Jordan Praytor Kelley Montalvo Jackie Wilkins Charlotte Morgan Suzanne Olcott Whitney Larsen Christy Kyle

1998-01 2006-09 2002-05 2005-08 2006-09 2002-05 2007-10 1999-02 2008-10 1997-00

Kelly Kretschman Brittany Rogers Ashley Courtney Jackie McClain Charlotte Morgan Jordan Praytor Christy Kyle Staci Ramsey Jackie Wilkins Ginger Jones

1998-01 2006-09 2002-05 2001-04 2007-10 2005-08 1997-00 2003-06 2002-05 1998-01

Kelly Kretschman Jackie McClain Ashley Courtney Kelley Montalvo Charlotte Morgan Staci Ramsey Christy Kyle Dani Woods Dominique Accetturo Lacy Prejean

1998-01 2001-04 2002-05 2006-09 2007-10 2003-06 1997-00 2005-08 2003-06 2000-03

Ashley Courtney Kelly Kretschman Jordan Praytor Carrie Moreman Kierstin Arntsen Christy Kyle Suzanne Olcott Lacy Prejean Kelley Montalvo Dominique Accetturo Brittany Rogers

2002-05 1998-01 2005-08 1997-99 1997-00 1997-00 1999-02 2000-03 2006-09 2003-06 2006-09

Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Stephanie VanBrakle Ginger Jones Whitney Larsen Staci Ramsey Kelley Montalvo Jackie McClain

1998-01 2007-10 2003-06 1998-01 2008-10 2003-06 2006-09 2001-04

ALABAMA


INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS 9. 10.

28 27 27

Dani Woods Carrie Moreman Ashley Courtney

Most runs batted in 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

264 191 181 175 174 168 154 153 153 146

Charlotte Morgan Kelly Kretschman Jackie McClain Staci Ramsey Dani Woods Christy Kyle Kelley Montalvo Ginger Jones Ashley Courtney Jordan Praytor

Most total bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

645 487 469 441 401 378 376 366 355 354

Most walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

161 151 139 134 131 111 110 106 95 94 94 29 21 13 12 8 6 6 2 2 2 2 2

1998-01 2007-10 2002-05 2001-04 2006-09 2003-06 2005-08 1998-01 2006-09 1997-00

Kelly Kretschman Stephanie VanBrakle Jackie McClain Charlotte Morgan Kelley Montalvo Dani Woods Jordan Praytor Cassie Reilly-Boccia Kelley Askew Dominique Accetturo Ginger Jones

1998-01 2003-06 2001-04 2007-10 2006-09 2005-08 2005-08 2009-10 1998-01 2003-06 1998-01

Kelly Kretschman Jackie McClain Charlotte Morgan Stephanie VanBrakle Ginger Jones Carrie Moreman Ashley Courtney Cassie Reilly-Boccia Dominique Accetturo Kelley Montalvo Jordan Praytor Staci Ramsey

Most times hit by pitch 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

39 36 33 33 32 30 27 25 25 21

Lacy Prejean Kellie Eubanks Ashley Courtney Kelley Montalvo Charlotte Morgan Ginger Jones Capper Reed Lauren Parker Ashley Holcombe Jackie Wilkins

Most times struck out 1. 2. 4. 5.

151 140 140 125 124

2007-10 1998-01 2001-04 2003-06 2005-08 1997-00 2006-09 1998-01 2002-05 2005-08

Kelly Kretschman Charlotte Morgan Ashley Courtney Jackie McClain Brittany Rogers Staci Ramsey Jordan Praytor Ginger Jones Kelley Montalvo Christy Kyle

Most intentional walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

2005-08 1997-99 2002-05

Stephanie VanBrakle Staci Ramsey Jackie Wilkins Kelley Askew Jordan Praytor

SOFTBALL

1998-01 2001-04 2007-10 2003-06 1998-01 1997-99 2002-05 2009-10 2003-06 2006-09 2005-08 2003-06 2000-03 2006-09 2002-05 2006-09 2007-10 1998-01 2002-05 2007-09 2006-09 2002-05

2003-06 2003-06 2002-05 1998-01 2005-08

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

120 115 113 110 107

Kim Rohret Kellie Eubanks Ginger Jones Lacy Prejean Capper Reed

Most stolen bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

198 133 102 71 61 57 57 53 47 47

Brittany Rogers (198-228) Kelly Kretschman (133-154) Jordan Praytor (102-119) Ashley Courtney (71-91) Mandy Burford (61-72) Kelley Montalvo (57-78) Jennifer Fenton (57-59) Suzanne Olcott (53-67) Jackie Wilkins (47-61) Kierstin Arntsen (47-62)

Most times caught stealing 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8.

30 21 21 20 17 15 15 14 14 14

Brittany Rogers (198-228) Kelley Montalvo (57-78) Kelly Kretschman (133-154) Ashley Courtney (71-91) Jordan Praytor (102-119) Angela Johnson (31-46) Kierstin Arntsen (47-62) Jackie Wilkins (47-61) Suzanne Olcott (53-67) Deasy Phillips (45-59)

Most stolen base attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

228 154 119 91 78 72 67 62 61 59 59

Brittany Rogers (198-228) Kelly Kretschman (133-154) Jordan Praytor (102-119) Ashley Courtney (71-91) Kelley Montalvo (57-78) Mandy Burford (61-72) Suzanne Olcott (53-67) Kierstin Arntsen (47-62) Jackie Wilkins (47-61) Deasy Phillips (45-59) Jennifer Fenton (57-59)

1998-00 2006-09 1998-01 2000-03 2002-05 2006-09 1998-01 2005-08 2002-05 2004-07 2006-09 2009-10 1999-02 2002-05 1997-00 2006-09 2006-09 1998-01 2002-05 2005-08 2001-04 1997-00 2002-05 1999-02 2002-05 2006-09 1998-01 2005-08 2002-05 2006-09 2004-07 1999-02 1997-00 2002-05 2002-05 2009-10

PITCHING (CAREER) Lowest earned run avg. (minimum 300 IP)

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

1.16 1.46 1.53 1.68 1.93 2.10 2.12 2.13 2.25

Chrissy Owens Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Charlotte Morgan Erin Wright Jennifer Wright

(531.0 IP) (1054.2 IP) (844.0 IP) (642.1 IP) (394.1 IP) (350.2 IP) (389.2 IP) (548.1 IP) (478.2 IP)

2005-08 1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 1998-99 1997-98 2007-10 2001-04 2002-05

Lowest opponent batting avg. (minimum 300 IP)

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

.172 .183 .201 .203 .232 .234 .247 .254 .265

Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Chrissy Owens Erin Wright Charlotte Morgan Penny Cope Jennifer Wright Christy Caccavo

(642.1 IP) (844.0 IP) (1054.2 IP) (531.0 IP) (548.1 IP) (389.2 IP) (394.1 IP) (478.2 IP) (350.2 IP)

2008-10 2003-06 1999-02 2005-08 2001-04 2007-10 1998-99 2002-05 1997-98

Fewest walks allowed/7 inn game (minimum 300 IP) 1. 2. 3. 4.

1.28 1.42 1.49 1.51

Charlotte Morgan Christy Caccavo Penny Cope Erin Wright

(389.2 IP) 2007-10 (350.2 IP) 1997-98 (394.1 IP) 1998-99 (548.1 IP) 2001-04

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5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1.61 1.71 1.97 2.13 2.65

Shelley Laird Chrissy Owens Jennifer Wright Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne

(1054.2 IP) (531.0 IP) (478.2 IP) (844.0 IP) (642.1 IP)

Most strikeouts/7 inn game (minimum 300 IP)

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

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

9.68 9.23 7.59 7.12 6.94 5.54 5.28 4.76 4.69

Most wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

115 97 84 67 62 52 51 37 31 25

Most losses 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

35 30 23 22 21 20 17 12 12 12

Most saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.

21 16 9 6 4 4 3 2 2 2 2

183 159 138 123 120 119 86 72 62 54

88

142 125 101 81 81 70

Charlotte Morgan Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Blair Potter

Most complete games 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

118 79 68 45 45 43 41 34 29 16

1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 2005-08 1997-98 1998-99 2001-04 2002-05 2007-10 2006-07

Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Chrissy Owens Erin Wright Jennifer Wright Charlotte Morgan Christy Caccavo Penny Cope Melissa Bautista Amy Bernard

1999-02 2008-10 2003-06 2005-08 2001-04 2002-05 2007-10 1997-98 1998-99 2000-01 1998-99

1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 2005-08 2001-04 2002-05 2007-10 1998-99 1997-98 2006-07

Shelley Laird (115-35) Stephanie VanBrakle (97-30) Penny Cope (37-23) Jennifer Wright (52-22) Erin Wright (62-21) Christy Caccavo (31-20) Kelsi Dunne (84-17) Nicki McKee (8-12) Chrissy Owens (67-12) Charlotte Morgan (51-12)

1999-02 2003-06 1998-99 2002-05 2001-04 1997-98 2008-10 1997-00 2005-08 2007-10

Most innings pitched

Chrissy Owens Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Erin Wright Jennifer Wright Amy Bernard Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Charlotte Morgan Blair Potter

2005-08 1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 2001-04 2002-05 1998-99 1998-99 1997-98 2007-10 2006-07

Most hits allowed

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Erin Wright Jennifer Wright Chrissy Owens

1999-02 2003-06 2005-08 2008-10 2002-05 2001-04 2007-10 1998-99 1997-98 2006-07

1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 2001-04 2002-05 2005-08

Most shutouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

39 27 26 24 19 13 13 10 10 6 6

1054.2 844.0 642.1 548.1 531.0 478.2 394.1 389.2 350.2 217.2 758 561 479 476 390 386 384 364 352 185

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Erin Wright Chrissy Owens Jennifer Wright Penny Cope Charlotte Morgan Christy Caccavo Blair Potter Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Jennifer Wright Erin Wright Chrissy Owens Kelsi Dunne Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Charlotte Morgan Melissa Bautista

Most runs allowed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

280 251 205 201 195 155 150 147 118 79

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Jennifer Wright Erin Wright Kelsi Dunne Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Charlotte Morgan Chrissy Owens Nicki McKee

Most earned runs allowed 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

220 184 167 154 154 118

2007-10 1998-99 1997-98 2006-07

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Chrissy Owens Christy Caccavo Penny Cope Erin Wright Jennifer Wright Charlotte Morgan Blair Potter

Shelley Laird (115-35) Stephanie VanBrakle (97-30) Kelsi Dunne (84-17) Chrissy Owens (67-12) Erin Wright (62-21) Jennifer Wright (52-22) Charlotte Morgan (51-12) Penny Cope (37-23) Christy Caccavo (31-20) Blair Potter (25-3)

Most games started 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

65 59 49 37

(642.1 IP) (844.0 IP) (531.0 IP) (548.1 IP) (1054.2 IP) (478.2 IP) (389.2 IP) (394.1 IP) (350.2 IP)

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Chrissy Owens Kelsi Dunne Jennifer Wright Erin Wright Charlotte Morgan Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Blair Potter

2008-10 2003-06 2005-08 2001-04 1999-02 2002-05 2007-10 1998-99 1997-98

7. 8. 9. 10.

Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Chrissy Owens Erin Wright Shelley Laird Jennifer Wright Charlotte Morgan Penny Cope Christy Caccavo

Most appearances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1999-02 2005-08 2002-05 2003-06 2008-1

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Erin Wright Jennifer Wright Kelsi Dunne Charlotte Morgan

1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 2001-04 2005-08 2002-05 1998-99 2007-10 1997-98 2006-07 1999-02 2003-06 2002-05 2001-04 2005-08 2008-10 1998-99 1997-98 2007-10 2000-01 1999-02 2003-06 2002-05 2001-04 2008-10 1998-99 1997-98 2007-10 2005-08 1997-00

1999-02 2003-06 2001-04 2002-05 2008-10 2007-10

ALABAMA


INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS 7. 8. 9. 10.

109 105 88 63

Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Chrissy Owens Amy Bernard

Most walks allowed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

257 243 242 135 130 118 84 71 71 56

Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Jennifer Wright Chrissy Owens Erin Wright Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Charlotte Morgan Amy Bernard

Most strikeouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1113 1045 888 576 558 379 294 268 235 208

Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Chrissy Owens Erin Wright Jennifer Wright Charlotte Morgan Penny Cope Christy Caccavo Blair Potter

Most batters faced 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4219 3437 2646 2280 2133 2083 1699 1622 1505 871

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Erin Wright Chrissy Owens Jennifer Wright Penny Cope Charlotte Morgan Christy Caccavo Blair Potter

Most home runs allowed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

46 43 42 31 30 22 16 15 14 13

Kelsi Dunne Erin Wright Shelley Laird Charlotte Morgan Stephanie VanBrakle Jennifer Wright Penny Cope Chrissy Owens Blair Potter Melissa Bautista

Most at bats against 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3772 3070 2248 2055 1922 1883 1556 1502 1375 791

Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Erin Wright Chrissy Owens Jennifer Wright Penny Cope Charlotte Morgan Christy Caccavo Blair Potter

Most runners picked off 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

26 11 3 2 1

Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean Kendall Dawson Ashley Courtney Kelley Askew

SOFTBALL

1998-99 1997-98 2005-08 1998-99 2003-06 2008-10 1999-02 2002-05 2005-08 2001-04 1998-99 1997-98 2007-10 1998-99 2003-06 1999-02 2008-10 2005-08 2001-04 2002-05 2007-10 1998-99 1997-98 2006-07 1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 2001-04 2005-08 2002-05 1998-99 2007-10 1997-98 2006-07

FIELDING (CAREER) Highest fielding pct. (minimum 150 chances)

1. .992 2. .990 3. .989 4. .989 5. .989 6. .988 7. .987 8. .987 9. .986 10. .986

Kellie Deska (235-21-2) Kendall Dawson Cassie Reilly-Boccia Kelley Askew (723-73-9) Jackie McClain Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean (1502-133-22) Ashley Courtney Dani Woods (1238-45-18) Charlotte Morgan

Lowest stolen base against pct. (minimum 40 attempts)

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

.625 .647 .721 .722 .729 .735 .739 .750 .754 .754

Most chances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1899 1657 1421 1325 1301 933 894 857 850 840

2004-07 (465-37-5) (181-3-2) 1998-01 (1256-54-15) (1732-144-23) 2000-03 (809-73-12) 2005-08 (782-138-13)

2009-10 2009-10 2001-04 2006-09 2002-05 2007-10

Christy Caccavo Kendall Dawson Carrie Moreman Kelsi Dunne Lacy Prejean Jennifer Wright Kelley Askew Ashley Holcombe Shelley Laird Erin Wright

(25-40) 1997-98 (33-51) 2009-10 (75-104) 1997-99 (52-72) 2008-10 (105-144) 2000-03 (50-68) 2002-05 (99-134) 1998-01 (90-120) 2006-09 (89-118) 1999-02 (43-57) 2001-04

Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean Ginger Jones Jackie McClain Dani Woods Charlotte Morgan Ashley Courtney Staci Ramsey Kelly Kretschman Jennifer Reach

2006-09 2000-03 1998-01 2001-04 2005-08 2007-10 2002-05 2003-06 1998-01 2000-03

2008-10 2001-04 1999-02 2007-10 2003-06 2002-05 1998-99 2005-08 2006-07 2000-01

1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 2001-04 2005-08 2002-05 1998-99 2007-10 1997-98 2006-07 2006-09 2000-03 2009-10 2002-05 1998-01

SNAPSHOTS Known as one of the best defensive backstops in the country, Ashley Holcombe has earned a spot on Team USA in back-toback years.

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS SNAPSHOTS In the 2009 Tuscaloosa Regional Alabama turned an NCAA record five double plays against Texas. Lauren Parker was involved in all five double plays.

Most putouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1732 1502 1323 1256 1238 809 782 723 577 543

Most assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

519 441 422 409 356 352 344 325 221 193

Most errors 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

90

56 50 42 41 40 39 33 27 26 25

Ashley Holcombe Lacy Prejean Ginger Jones Jackie McClain Dani Woods Ashley Courtney Charlotte Morgan Kelley Askew Carrie Moreman Nicki McKee

2006-09 2000-03 1998-01 2001-04 2005-08 2002-05 2007-10 1998-01 1997-99 1997-00

Staci Ramsey Kelley Montalvo Dominique Accetturo Jennifer Reach Kellie Eubanks Kristi Frenier Leah White Kelly Kretschman Suzanne Olcott Stephanie VanBrakle

2003-06 2006-09 2003-06 2000-03 2006-09 1998-00 2002-05 1998-01 1999-02 2003-06

Kelly Kretschman Jennifer Reach Dominique Accetturo Kellie Eubanks Staci Ramsey Leah White Kristi Frenier Christy Kyle Ginger Jones Kristi Black

1998-01 2000-03 2003-06 2006-09 2003-06 2002-05 1998-00 1997-00 1998-01 1997-99

Most double plays turned 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

44 33 29 29 27 26 26 25 22 21

Jackie McClain Ginger Jones Leah White Dani Woods Kelly Kretschman Kellie Eubanks Dominique Accetturo Lauren Parker Kelley Montalvo Suzanne Olcott

Most caught stealing by 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

39 35 30 29 29 22 20 18 18 15 15

Lacy Prejean Kelley Askew Ashley Holcombe Carrie Moreman Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Jennifer Wright Kendall Dawson Ashley Courtney Christy Caccavo

Most stolen bases against 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

105 99 90 89 79 75 56 52 50 49

Lacy Prejean Kelley Askew Ashley Holcombe Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle Carrie Moreman Ashley Courtney Kelsi Dunne Jennifer Wright Penny Cope

2001-04 1998-01 2002-05 2005-08 1998-01 2006-09 2003-06 2007-09 2006-09 1999-02

2000-03 1998-01 2006-09 1997-99 1999-02 2003-06 2008-10 2002-05 2009-10 2002-05 1997-98 2000-03 1998-01 2006-09 1999-02 2003-06 1997-99 2002-05 2008-10 2002-05 1998-99

ALABAMA


WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES HISTORY

2000 WCWS Oklahoma City, Okla. Game 1 - UCLA 4, Alabama 1 Alabama 100 000 0 - UCLA Bruins 000 022 X - WP-Freed (26-7), LP-Laird (37-7); T-2:06; A-3,816 HR UCLA - Klein (10) Game 2 - Alabama 6, DePaul 4 DePaul 100 030 0 - 040 002 X - Alabama WP-Laird (38-7) LP-Chouinard (18-9); T-1:38; A-3,712 Game 3 - Southern Miss 3, Alabama 0 Southern Miss 201 000 0 Alabama 000 000 0 WP-Blade (52-7), LP-Bautista (18-4); T-1:49; A-3,455

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1 4

4 6

3 0

2005 WCWS Oklahoma City, Okla. Game 1 - Texas 3, Alabama 0 2 6

3 3

5 2 7 2

5 0 4 0

2003 WCWS Oklahoma City, Okla. Game 1 - Arizona 3, Alabama 2 Alabama 000 020 0 - 2 2 0 003 000 X - 3 6 0 Arizona WP-Hollowell (39-3), LP-VanBrakle (18-6); T-2:06 A-4,259 Game 2 - Oklahoma 6, Alabama 3 (9 innings) Oklahoma 002 100 003 - 6 9 1 Alabama 000 021 000 - 3 4 1 WP-Keiter (34-8), LP-VanBrakle (18-7); T-3:12 A-6,520; HR OU - Braitsch (12); HR UA - Ramsey (4), Wilkins (5)

SOFTBALL

Alabama 000 000 0 - 0 1 0 Texas 000 003 X - 3 4 0 WP-Osterman (29-6) LP-VanBrakle (33-7) T-1:49 A-4,254 Game 2 - Alabama 2, DePaul 1 (12 innings) DePaul 000 001 000 000 - 1 5 Alabama 000 100 000 001 - 2 9 WP-VanBrakle (34-7) LP-Huitink (21-11) T-3:25 A-4,319

1 1

Game 3 - Tennessee 4, Alabama 0 Alabama 000 000 0 - 0 4 1 Tennessee 210 001 X - 4 9 0 WP-M. Abbott (49-8) LP-J. Wright (20-6) T-2:23 A-6,148

2006 WCWS Oklahoma City, Okla. Game 1 - Northwestern 6, Alabama 5 Alabama 000 212 000 0 - 5 Northwestern 001 300 100 1 - 6 WP-Foster (24-6) LP-Owens (21-5) T-3:39 A-4,335 Game 2 - UCLA 4, Alabama 1 UCLA 102 001 0 - 4 7 Alabama 010 000 0 - 1 6 WP-Selden (34-6) LP-VanBrakle (28-6) T-2:11 A-5,395

10 3 13 1

0 2

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2008 WCWS Oklahoma City, Okla. Game 1 -Arizona State 3, Alabama 1 WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES HISTORY

Arizona State 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 - 3 4 Alabama 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 - 1 3 WP-Katie Burkhart (37-5) LP-Kelsi Dunne (25-5) T-2:49 A-0

1 0

Game 2 - Alabama 5, Arizona 1 Alabama 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 - 5 10 1 Arizona 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 - 1 4 0 WP-Kelsi Dunne (26-5) LP-Mowatt, Taryne (29-15) T-2:50 A-6621 HR UA - Charlotte Morgan (19) Game 3 - Alabama 3, Louisiana Lafayette 1 Louisiana-Lafayette 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 1 5 2 Alabama 1 0 0 0 2 0 X - 3 4 0 WP-Charlotte Morgan (18-2) LP-Bourgeois, Donna (16-5) T-2:08 A-7660 HR UL - Tankersley, Holly (23) Game 4 - Arizona State 3, Alabama 1 Alabama 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 - 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 X - 3 2 0 Arizona State WP-Katie Burkhart (38-5) LP-Kelsi Dunne (26-6) T-2:12 A-6781 HR ASU - Jackie Vasquez (4)

2009 WCWS Oklahoma City, Okla. May 28, 2009 at Oklahoma City, OK Michigan 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 - 6 000 000 1 - 1 Alabama Nemitz (28-5) LP-Kelsi Dunne (27-4) T-2:23 A-0 HR MICH - Chidester (8)

8 3

1

2

May 30, 2009 at Oklahoma City, OK 2 8 2 0 2 - 14 16 1 Alabama Arizona 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 5 1 WP-Charlotte Morgan (18-6) LP-Akamine (22-8) T-2:07 A-7145 - Charlotte Morgan (11) May 30, 2009 at Oklahoma City, OK Arizona State 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 - 2 Alabama 0 0 0 4 2 0 X - 6 WP-Kelsi Dunne (28-4) LP-Bach (31-11) T-2:23 A-8475 HR ASU - Crabb (4) HR UA - Jazlyn Lunceford (3)

4 4

WP-

HR UA

1 0

May 31, 2009 at Oklahoma City, OK Alabama 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 - 5 9 1 Florida 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 - 6 7 2 WP-Stephanie Brombach (22-0) LP-Kelsi Dunne (28-5) T-2:43 A-7172 HR UF - Kelsey Bruder (16), Ali Gardiner (9)

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SEC TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1997 SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.)

Records Against:

Florida L, 6-2 LSU L, 4-2

1998 SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.) Tournament Champions

Tennessee W, 2-1 LSU W, 5-3 (10) LSU L, 8-4 LSU W, 8-1 Mississippi State W, 5-4 (9) Mississippi St. L, 6-3 Florida W, 4-1 Arkansas L, 4-2

2000 SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.)

Florida W, 1-0 No. 20 S. Carolina L, 4-1 No. 21 Mississippi St. W, 4-3 No. 7 LSU L, 5-2

2001 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) Arkansas W, 2-0 South Carolina L, 2-0 (9) Auburn L, 5-3

2002 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) Arkansas W, 2-1 South Carolina L, 6-4 Auburn W, 5-4 No. 3 LSU L, 6-2

2003 SEC Tournament (Plant City, Fla.) Tournament Champions

W, 4-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 (8) W, 3-1

2004 SEC Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) No. 14 Auburn No. 2 LSU No. 10 Tennessee

W, 7-1 L, 2-1 L, 1-0

2005 SEC Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.) Tournament Champions Mississippi State No. 18 Auburn No. 11 Tennessee No. 11 Tennessee No. 8 Georgia

W, 5-0 W, 9-5 L, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 2-0

2006 SEC Tournament (Athens, Ga.)

Mississippi W, 6-0 No. 5 Tennessee L, 2-1

2007 SEC Tournament (Auburn, Ala.)

Georgia W, 3-2 (9) No. 4 LSU L, 4-1

2008 SEC Tournament (Baton Rouge, La.) Mississippi State No. 15 LSU No. 2 Florida

W, 1-0 W, 7-4 L, 4-1

2009 SEC Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.) Arkansas Kentucky No. 1 Florida

W, 8-0 W, 2-1 L, 8-5

2010 SEC Tournament (Fayetteville, Ark.)

Arkansas No. 15 Tennessee No. 11 LSU

SOFTBALL

4-1

LSU: 6-6

Auburn:

4-1

Mississippi:

Florida:

2-3

Mississippi State: 4-1

Georgia:

2-0

South Carolina:

0-3

Tennessee:

4-3

Kentucky: 1-0

1999 SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.)

Auburn No. 12 LSU Tennessee No. 12 LSU

Arkansas:

1-0

SEC All-Tournament Team Members 2010 2009 2008 2006 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2000 1998

Kelsi Dunne MVP (P) Kayla Braud Whitney Larsen Jennifer Fenton Charlotte Morgan (DP/P) Lauren Parker (2B) Ashley Holcombe (C) Charlotte Morgan (1B/P) Whitney Larsen (2B) Kelsi Dunne (P) Kellie Eubanks (SS) Brittany Rogers (OF) Dominique Accetturo (SS) Ashley Courtney (C) Jordan Praytor (OF) Stephanie VanBrakle (DP) MVP Jackie Wilkins (OF) Jennifer Wright (P) Jackie McClain (1B) Dominique Accetturo (2B) Stephanie VanBrakle (DP/UTL) Suzanne Olcott (2B) Ginger Jones (1B) Kierstin Arntsen (OF) Carrie Moreman (C)

SEC Tournament Game Records

Team Individual At Bats: 40 vs. LSU, May 9, 1998 5 (Several players) Runs Scored: 9 (Two times) Last vs. Arkansas, May 13, 2010 3, Jordan Praytor vs. Auburn, May 13, 2005 Hits: 13 vs. Auburn, May 13, 2005 4, Brittany Rogers vs. Ole Miss, May 11, 2006 RBI: 9 (Two times) Last vs. Arkansas, May 13, 2010 4, (two players) Doubles: 4 (Two times) Last vs. South Carolina, May 10, 2002 2 (Two players) Triples: 2 vs. LSU, May 10, 1998 1 (Several players) Home Runs: (Seven times) Last vs. LSU, May 9, 2008 Walks: 8 vs. LSU May 9, 1998 8, Carrie Moreman vs. LSU, May 9, 1998 Total Bases: 22 vs. LSU, May 9, 1998 3, Kayla Braud vs. LSU, May 15, 2010 Stolen Bases: 4 vs. Auburn, May 12, 2001 10.0, Penny Cope vs. LSU, May 9, 1998 Inn. Pitched: 10.0 vs. LSU, May 9, 1998 Strikeouts: 13 vs. Tennessee, May 14, 2010 13 by Kelsi Dunne vs. Tennessee, May 14, 2010 Hits Allowed: 1 (Four times) Last vs. Mississippi, May 11, 2006 Assists: Errors:

17 vs. LSU, May 9, 1998 8, Kelly Kretschman vs. LSU, May 9, 1998 4 (Two times) Last vs. Mississippi St., May 10, 1998 2 (Three players)

W, 9-0 (5) W, 4-3 W, 5-4

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1997 SEC Tournament

(Columbus, Ga.) Florida................................................. L, 6-2 LSU.......................................................L, 4-2

1998 SEC Tournament

(Columbus, Ga.) Tournament Champions Tennessee......................................... W, 2-1 LSU............................................W, 5-3 (10) LSU.......................................................L, 8-4 LSU......................................................W, 8-1 Mississippi State.................... W, 5-4 (9)

(Oklahoma City, Okla.) No. 1 Arizona..................................... L, 3-2 No. 4 Oklahoma.......................L, 6-3 (9)

2004 SEC Tournament

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) No. 14 Auburn.................................. W 7-1 No. 2 LSU..............................................L 2-1 No. 10 Tennessee..............................L 1-0

2004 NCAA Regional

POSTSEASON HISTORY

(Columbus, Ga.) Mississippi State ............................. L, 6-3 Florida................................................W, 4-1 Arkansas.............................................L, 4-2

(Los Angeles, Calif.) Central Michigan............................W 4-2 Cornell ..................................... W 10-0 (5) No. 4 UCLA.................................L 5-2 (9) No. 18 Long Beach State.............W 7-6 No. 4 UCLA........................................L 7-0

1999 NCAA Regional

2005 SEC Tournament

1999 SEC Tournament

(Los Angeles, Calif.) No. 1 UCLA.........................................L, 7-0 No. 23 Missouri.................................L, 1-0

2000 SEC Tournament

(Columbus, Ga.) Florida................................................W, 1-0 No. 20 South Carolina................... L, 4-1 No. 21 Mississippi State...............W, 4-3 No. 7 LSU........................................... L, 5-2

2000 NCAA Regionals

(Tempe, Ariz.) Tournament Champions No. 21 Florida Atlantic.......... W, 1-0 (9) Penn State............................... W, 5-4 (9) No. 5 Arizona State.......................W, 4-1 No. 5 Arizona State....................... W, 3-1

2000 College World Series

(Oklahoma City, Okla.) No. 3 UCLA......................................... L, 4-1 DePaul...............................................W, 6-4 No. 4 Southern Mississippi..........L, 3-0

2001 SEC Tournament

(Chattanooga, Tenn.) Arkansas...........................................W, 2-0 South Carolina......................... L, 2-0 (9) Auburn................................................ L, 5-3

2001 NCAA Regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Illinois-Chicago..............................W, 8-2 Oregon State...................................W, 1-0 Michigan............................................. L, 3-2 South Florida.................................... L, 3-2

2002 SEC Tournament

(Chattanooga, Tenn.) Arkansas............................................ W, 2-1 South Carolina.................................L, 6-4 Auburn..............................................W, 5-4 No. 3 LSU........................................... L, 6-2

2002 NCAA Regional

(Tallahassee, Fla.) Georgia Tech............................ L, 3-1 (10) Florida Atlantic..................................L, 2-1

2003 SEC Tournament

(Plant City, Fla.) Tournament Champions Auburn..............................................W, 4-0 No. 12 LSU......................................... W, 3-1 Tennessee................................. W, 3-2 (8) No. 12 LSU..........................................W, 3-1

2003 NCAA Regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Southern....................................W, 10-1 (5) Illinois................................................. W, 4-2 No. 24 Southern Illinois...............W, 7-4 No. 24 Southern Illinois.............. W, 2-0

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2003 College World Series

(Gainesville, Fla.) Tournament Champions Mississippi State............................W, 5-0 No. 18 Auburn.................................W, 9-5 No. 11 Tennessee.............................. L, 3-1 No. 11 Tennessee...........................W, 3-0 No. 8 Georgia.................................W, 2-0

SNAPSHOTS Alabama celebrates its 2010 SEC Tournament championship. The Crimson Tide defeated the LSU Tigers, 5-4 as Kelsi Dunne was named the tournament MVP.

2005 NCAA Regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Mississippi Valley St.............W, 9-1 (6) Arizona State................................... W, 3-1 Hofstra..............................................W, 6-0

2005 NCAA Super Regional

(College Station, Texas) Tournament Champions No. 5 Texas A&M............................W, 4-1 No. 5 Texas A&M...........................W, 6-5

2005 College World Series

(Oklahoma City, Okla.) No. 5 Texas........................................L, 3-0 No. 23 DePaul..........................W, 2-1 (12) No. 10 Tennessee............................L, 4-0

2006 SEC Tournament

(Athens, Ga.) Mississippi........................................W, 6-0 No. 5 Tennessee................................L, 2-1

2006 NCAA Regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Mississippi Valley State..... W, 8-0 (5) Georgia Tech..................................W, 8-5 Georgia Tech.................................. W, 7-2

2006 NCAA Super Regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions No. 7 Stanford.................................W, 4-1 No. 7 Stanford.........................W, 8-7 (8)

2006 College World Series

(Oklahoma City, Okla.) No. 11 Northwestern..............L, 6-5 (10) No. 1 UCLA.......................................... L, 4-1

Tennessee Tech............................ W, 7-2

2007 NCAA Super Regional

(Seattle, Wash.) No. 11 Washington..........................L, 4-3 No. 11 Washington.......................... L, 7-5

2008 SEC Tournament

(Baton Rouge, La.) Mississippi State .......................W, 1-0 No. 15 LSU.................................. W, 7-4 No. 2 Florida.................................L, 4-1

2008 NCAA Regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Chattanooga.............................W, 8-0 Jacksonville State................... W, 10-1 Jacksonville State.....................W, 4-1

2008 NCAA super regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Missouri........................................W, 6-1 Missouri........................................ W, 7-1

2010 SEC Tournament

(Fayetteville, Ark.) Arkansas .............................W, 9-0 (5) No. 15 Tennessee .....................W, 4-3 No. 11 LSU...................................W, 5-4

2010 NCAA Regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Alcorn State........................W, 9-0 (5) Lipscomb.................................... W, 5-2 Lipscomb................................... W, 6-0

2010 NCAA super regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) No. 19 Hawaii......................W, 8-0 (5) No. 19 Hawaii...............................L, 8-7 No. 19 Hawaii.............................. L, 5-4

(Oklahoma City, Okla.) Arizona State...............................L, 3-1 Arizona......................................... W, 5-1 Louisiana-Lafayette.................. W, 3-1 Arizona State...............................L, 3-1

2009 SEC Tournament

(Knoxville, Tenn.) Arkansas ....................................W, 8-0 Kentucky...................................... W, 2-1 No. 1 Florida.................................L, 8-5

2009 NCAA Regional

2007 SEC Tournament

2007 NCAA Regional

2009 NCAA super regional

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Tennessee Tech .............................L, 4-2 Florida State...................................W, 6-3 California.................................. W, 13-1 (5) Tennessee Tech.........................W, 19-10

(Oklahoma City, Okla.) Michigan........................................L, 6-1 Arizona......................................W, 14-0 Arizona State............................W, 6-2 Florida.......................................... L, 6-5

2008 College World Series

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Miss Valley St....................W, 12-3 (5) Texas.................................... W, 10-1 (6) Texas............................................W, 7-0

(Auburn, Ala.) Georgia....................................... W, 3-2 LSU..................................................L, 4-1

2009 College World Series

(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Tournament Champions Jacksonville State.............W, 9-0 (5) Jacksonville State.............W, 9-0 (5)

ALABAMA


NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS Batting Leaders for Alabama Hitting minimums - 20 Games

Batting avg

Brittany Rogers Charlotte Morgan Kelley Montalvo Jordan Praytor Ashley Courtney

Slugging pct

Charlotte Morgan Ashley Courtney Kelley Montalvo Stephanie VanBrakle Ashley Holcombe

On base pct

Jordan Praytor Charlotte Morgan Kelley Montalvo Stephanie VanBrakle Brittany Rogers

Runs scored

Brittany Rogers Kelley Montalvo Jordan Praytor Charlotte Morgan Ashley Courtney

Hits

Brittany Rogers Charlotte Morgan Kelley Montalvo Jordan Praytor Ashley Holcombe

Runs batted in

Charlotte Morgan Ashley Holcombe Kelley Montalvo Jordan Praytor Ashley Courtney

Doubles

Kelley Montalvo Brittany Rogers Ashley Holcombe Ashley Courtney Two tied

Triples

Jordan Praytor Brittany Rogers 6 tied at

Home runs

Charlotte Morgan Ashley Holcombe Stephanie VanBrakle Staci Ramsey Ashley Courtney

Total bases

Charlotte Morgan Brittany Rogers Kelley Montalvo Ashley Holcombe Ashley Courtney

.398 .375 .364 .329 .329 .693 .629 .614 .582 .571 .469 .465 .459 .455 .447 33 27 26 19 16 45 33 32 28 24 37 26 24 18 17 10 8 6 6 5 3 2 1 8 6 6 5 5 61 60 54 48 44

Walks

Jordan Praytor Stephanie VanBrakle Kelley Montalvo Charlotte Morgan Cassie Reilly-Boccia

Hit by pitch

Kellie Eubanks Ashley Holcombe Capper Reed Charlotte Morgan Mandy Burford

Stolen bases Brittany Rogers Jordan Praytor Mandy Burford Kelley Montalvo Kayla Braud

Strikeouts Kellie Eubanks Brittany Rogers Jordan Praytor Dani Woods 3 tied at

At bats

Brittany Rogers Dani Woods Kelley Montalvo Charlotte Morgan Jordan Praytor Ashley Holcombe

Games played Brittany Rogers Ashley Holcombe Kelley Montalvo Charlotte Morgan Dani Woods Jordan Praytor

8 5 5 5 5 24 12 8 5 5 22 19 18 18 17 113 89 88 88 85 84 32 32 32 32 31 31

Pitching Leaders for Alabama Pitching minimums - 10 Games

Earned run avg Shelley Laird Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle

Opposing bat avg Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Stephanie VanBrakle

Wins

Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Charlotte Morgan Blair Potter

Innings pitched Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird

Batters struck out Kelsi Dunne Stephanie VanBrakle Shelley Laird Blair Potter Erin Wright

SOFTBALL

21 19 17 15 14

Appearances

Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Chrissy Owens 2 tied at

Games started Stephanie VanBrakle Kelsi Dunne Shelley Laird Blair Potter 2 tied at

Runners picked off Ashley Holcombe

20 18 14 13 9 16 16 11 7 6 3

Fielding Leaders for Alabama Fielding pct Ashley Courtney Charlotte Morgan Jackie Wilkins Jordan Praytor Katie Johnson

Putouts

Ashley Holcombe Dani Woods Charlotte Morgan Ashley Courtney Lacy Prejean

Assists

Kelley Montalvo Kellie Eubanks Staci Ramsey Dominque Accetturo Jennifer Reach

Errors

Staci Ramsey Jennifer Reach Dominque Accetturo Kelley Montalvo Kellie Eubanks

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 226 136 113 107 103 56 53 51 49 29 6 5 5 4 4

Fielding double plays 1.09 1.98 2.46

Kellie Eubanks Dani Woods Lauren Parker Kelley Montalvo 4 tied at

9 7 7 6 4

.164 .172 .230 11 11 7 5 5 111.0 102.2 90.0 131 126 50 48 38

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C

H

Chapman, Jennifer “J.C.” (OF) Gilbert, Ariz. 1997-1998

Hunt, Kaila (IF) Evans, Ga. 2011

Cockrum, Casey (1B) Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2002-2003

Holcombe, Ashley (C) Fayetteville, Ga. 2006-2009

*Caccavo, Christy (RHP) Olathe, Kan. 1997-1998*

ALL-TIME ROSTER

A

Accetturo, Dominique (INF) Pembroke Pines, Fla. 2003-2006 *Arntsen, Kierstin (OF) Olathe, Kan. 1997-2000 Askew, Kelley (C) Pasadena, Texas 1998-2001

Conley, Courtney (IF) Robertsville, Mo. 2010-present *Contryman, Karla (2B) Glendale, Ariz. 1997-1998 Cope, Penny (RHP) Carlisle, Iowa 1998-1999 Courtney, Ashley (OF/C) Vero Beach, Fla. 2002-2005

*Herzik, Stephanie (UTL) St. Petersburg, Fla. 1997

E

Elizondo, Lisa (OF) Burleson, Texas 2009-2010

I

Iamurri, Ryan (IF) Naples, Fla. 2011

Eubanks, Kellie (IF) Prairieville, La. 2006-2009 *Ezell, Brittney (SS/3B) Franklin, Tenn. 1997-1998

Currie, Emily (OF) Huntsville, Ala. 2002-2005

J

Johnson, Angela (OF) Birmingham, Ala. 2001-2004 Johnson, Katie (C/OF) New Braunfels, Texas 2005-2008

B

F

Bautista, Melissa (RHP) Elk Grove, Calif. 2000-2001 Benak, Mallory (OF) Dothan, Ala. 2006-2007 Bernard, Amy (RHP) Bakersfield, Calif. 1998-1999 *Black, Kristi (2B) Loxley, Ala. 1997-1999 Blewitt, Alex (3B) Archbald, Pa. 2007-2010 Branham Jackie (IF) Troy Mo. 2010-present Braud, Kayla (IF) Eugene, Ore. 2010 Burford, Mandy (IF) Anniston, Ala. 2004-2007

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Fenton, Jennifer (OF) Kennesaw, Ga. 2009-present

D

Davis, Keima (OF) Deerfield Beach, Fla. 2010

Frenier, Kristi (3B) Royal Palm Beach, Fla. 1998-2000

K

*Kyle, Christy (OF/3B) Texas City, Texas 1997-2000

DeBruin, Lise (IF) College Station, Texas 2000

L

Laird, Shelley (RHP) Spring, Texas 1999-2002

Deska, Kellie (C/UT) Lake Jackson, Texas 2004-2007

Dunne, Kelsi (P) Port Orange, Fla. 2008 -present

Jones, Ginger (1B) Northport, Ala. 1998-2001 Kretschman, Kelly (SS/OF) Indian Harbour Beach, Fla. 1998-2001

Dawson, Kendall (C) Plant City, Fla. 2009-present

Dozier, Catherine (IF) Vestavia Hills, Ala. 2008-2010

Johnson, Tiffany (OF) Auburn, Ala. 2001-2002

G

*Garvey, Erin (OF) Olathe, Kan. 1997 Olivia Gibson (C) Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2009-present

Larsen, Whitney (UT) Vestavia Hills, Ala. 2008 -present Lindner, Julie (RHP) Kingwood, Texas 2000

ALABAMA


ALL-TIME ROSTER Locke, Amanda (P) Mesquite, Texas 2008 -present Lunceford, Jazlyn (OF) Northport, Ala. 2009-present

Birmingham, Ala. 1999-2002 *Oldham, Roxanne (INF) Rogersville, Ala. 1997 Owens, Chrissy (RHP) Miami, Fla. 2005-2008

P

Parker, Lauren (INF) Orange, Texas 2007-2009 Patterson, Jordan (IF/C) Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2011 Phillips, Deasy (DP/OF) Katy, Texas 2002-2005

M

McClain, Jackie (OF/IF) Soddy Daisy, Tenn. 2001-2004 *McKee, Nicki (1B/P) Summerdale, Ala. 1997-2000 *McQuaid, Kelly (INF) Plantation, Fla. 1997

Potter, Blair (LHP) Columbus, Ga. 2006-2007

Testa, Lindsay (3B) Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 2001 Traina, Jackie (UT) Naples, Fla. 2011 Traywick, Christi (2B) Wetumpka, Ala. 2001

W R

Ramsey, Staci (INF) Houston, Texas 2003-2006 Reach, Jennifer (SS) Birmingham, Ala. 2000-2003

Reilly-Boccia, Cassie (UTL) Yorktown Heights, N.Y. 2009-present Roark, Lauren (UT) Demopolis, Ala. 2005 Rogers, Brittany (OF) Dacula, Ga. 2006-2009

SOFTBALL

T

VanBrakle, Stephanie (RHP) Chambersburg, Pa. 2003-2006

Reed, Capper (OF) Guntersville, Ala. 2002-2005

Olcott, Suzanne (INF)

Smith, Jessica (UT) Pell City, Ala. 2006-2010

V

Moore, Allison (RHP) Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2006-2008

O

Sewell, Lauren (P) Pembroke Pines, Fla. 2010

Prejean, Lacy (C) Scott, La. 2000-2003

Montalvo, Kelley (UT) Miami, Fla. 2006-2009

Morgan, Charlotte (P/UT) Moreno Valley, Calif. 2007-2010

S

Praytor, Jordan (UT) Vancouver, Wash. 2005-2008

Menningmann, Michelle (UT) Palm Beach Garden, Fla. 2004-2007

*Moreman, Carrie (C) Shreveport, La. 1997-1999

Oxford, Iowa 1998-2000

White, Leah (IF) Grayson, Ga. 2002-2005 *White, Paula (OF) Atmore, Ala. 1997-2000 Wilkins, Jackie (OF) Miami, Fla. 2002-2005

Wright, Jennifer (RHP) Brentwood, Tenn. 2002-2005

Z

Zugg, Amber (OF) Petal, Miss. 2001

Head Coaches Kalum Haack Patrick Murphy

(1997-98) (1999-present)

ASSOCIATE HEAD Coach Alyson Habetz

(2007-present)

Assistant Coaches Alyson Habetz Karen Johns Patrick Murphy Vann Stuedeman

(1999-2006) (1997-00) (1997-98) (2001-present)

Managers

Allison Bass (2003-04) Jordan Burson (2009-present) Matt Currie (2009-present) AJ Daugherty (2007-2008) Brandon Duncan (2000-04) Brandon Fish (2003) Joey Harris (1999) Alina Hester (1997-98) TJ Hinton (2005-2006) Nic Hoch (2005-2008) Erik Moller (1997-00) Katie Morgan (1998-00) Alan Reach (2001-02) Steven Shaw (2009-2010) Miles Snider (2011) Chandler Whidden (2010-present) Travis Williams (2003-2004, 2006)

Athletic Trainers

Molly Cannell (2005-2006) Jennifer Cappuzzo (2000-01) Erica Dixon (2002-03) Brian Metz (2004) Harris Patel (1999) Matt Pitts (1997-98) Nick Seiler (2007-present)

*Member of Inaugural Team

Whitehead, Kasey (INF) Roswell, Ga. 1999 Woods, Dani (1B) Cockeysville, Md. 2005-2008 Woods, Dani (IF) Cockeysville, MD. 2005-2008 Wright, Erin (RHP) Gardendale, Ala. 2001-2004

Rohret, Kim (OF)

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1997 — Won 29, Lost 29 (16-14 SEC) Coach: Kalum Haack

ALL-TIME RESULTS

Texas-Arlington Invitational (Arlington, Texas) Feb. 15 Tulsa W, 5-2 L, 0-12 (6) Feb. 15 Oklahoma (10) L, 2-3 Feb. 15 Southwest Missouri State L, 0-8 (6) Feb. 16 Kansas Louisiana Classic (Lafayette, La.) Feb. 22 Baylor W, 3-2 L, 0-3 Feb. 22 Southwest Louisiana (7) L, 0-9 (5) Feb. 22 Arizona (1) L, 0-13 (5) Feb. 23 Arizona (1) W, 3-4 Feb. 27 Delta State March 4 Michigan (7) L, 3-4 / L, 2-5 Georgia State Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.) W, 2-0 March 8 Troy State W, 6-0 March 8 Mercer March 9 LSU W, 4-1 March 9 Georgia State W, 5-2 W, 11-1 (5) March 10 Bradley March 14 * Arkansas L, 1-9 (5) / W, 2-3 L, 1-2 (8) / W, 7-1 March 15 * Arkansas L, 1-5 / L, 6-8 March 18 Samford March 21 * Kentucky W, 2-0 / W 15-0 (5) L, 1-11 (5) / L, 3-6 March 22 * Tennessee Georgia Tech Invitational (Marietta, Ga.) March 28 Wichita State L, 4-5 March 28 Georgia State W, 11-2 (5) March 29 North Carolina A&T W, 12-0 (5) March 29 Utah L, 0-5 April 2 * Auburn L, 0-1 (9) / W, 4-3 April 5 * Mississippi W, 9-5 (8) / W, 10-6 April 6 * Mississippi W, 5-1 / W, 1-0 April 12 * Florida L, 1-4 / L, 0-2 April 16 * Auburn W, 3-1 / L, 2-3 (8) April 18 * Mississippi State W, 4-2 / W, 8-0 (5) April 19 * Mississippi State W, 5-2 / L, 1-2 April 26 * South Carolina (3) L, 0-2 / L, 0-6 April 27 * Georgia W, 4-0 / L, 1-4 April 30 Samford W, 8-0 (6) / W, 10-3 May 1 Florida State (17) L, 0-2 / W, 6-4 May 3 * LSU (24) W, 7-0 / L, 4-5 May 4 * LSU (24) W, 4-1 (8) / L, 0-4 SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.) Florida L, 2-6 May 9 May 10 LSU (23) L, 2-4 *Denotes SEC Game (Home games played at Munny Sokol Park)

1998 — Won 49, Lost 18 (19-7 SEC) Coach: Kalum Haack SEC Tournament Champions

Arizona State Coke Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) Feb. 13 Fresno State (1) L, 0-8 (5) Feb. 13 UNLV L, 4-8 W, 15-0 (5) Feb. 14 Detroit-Mercy W, 6-4 (8) Feb. 14 Utah (18) Feb. 14 Arizona State (23) L, 2-5 Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) L, 7-11 Feb. 27 Northeastern Illinois Feb. 27 Texas Tech L, 1-2 W, 9-1 (5) Feb. 27 Austin Peay Feb. 28 Centenary W, 3-0 Feb. 28 Chattanooga L, 5-9 W, 9-1 (5) Feb. 28 Northeastern Illinois March 1 Wisconsin W, 15-7 (6) Speedline Classic (Tampa, Fla.) L, 3-5 March 5 Michigan (2) March 5 Ball State W, 2-1 W, 8-0 (5) March 6 Florida March 6 Iowa State W, 3-2 W, 5-1 March 7 Temple March 7 Florida State (12) L, 1-4 March 10 Samford W, 18-0 (5) / W, 12-1 W, 16-0 (5) / W, 1-0 March 11 Siena March 13 * Arkansas W, 7-1 / W, 12-0 (5) March 14 * Arkansas W, 6-0 / W, 8-4 March 17 Louisiana Tech W, 3-2 / W, 3-2 March 21 * Kentucky W, 12-1 / W, 16-1 W, 6-1 / L, 7-8 March 22 * Tennessee March 25 Georgia Southern W, 9-1 (5) / W, 7-1 Georgia Tech Buzz Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) March 27 South Florida (9) L, 4-13 March 27 Mercer W, 7-0 March 28 Middle Tennessee State W, 4-3 March 28 New Mexico W, 5-0 March 29 Evansville W, 5-0 March 29 Illinois-Chicago L, 1-5 March 31 * Florida L, 0-1 / W, 11-2 April 4 * Mississippi W, 3-1 / W, 6-1 April 5 * Mississippi W, 6-0 / W, 9-1 (5) April 14 & Belmont W, 9-0 (5) / W, 9-1 (5) April 19 * Mississippi State L, 4-5, W, 4-1 W, 7-1 / W, 10-2 (6) April 20 Georgia Tech L, 9-10 / W, 4-1 April 25 * South Carolina April 26 * Georgia W, 7-2 / L, 3-5 April 29 * Auburn W, 3-2 / L, 2-6 May 1 * LSU (10) W, 6-3 / W, 4-3 * LSU (10) L, 0-2 / W, 4-1 May 2 SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.) May 8 Tennessee W, 2-1 May 9 LSU (12) W, 5-3 (10) May 9 LSU (12) L, 4-8 May 10 LSU (12) W, 8-1 May 10 Mississippi State W, 5-4 (9) *Denotes SEC Game & - at Hueytown, Ala. (Home games played at Bowers Park)

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1999 - Won 39, Lost 26 (19-11 SEC) Final Ranking: NFCA-RV Coach: Patrick Murphy NCAA Tournament Participants

Fiesta Bowl Classic (Phoenix, Ariz.) Feb. 12 Long Beach State (13) W, 8-1 L, 1-8 Feb. 12 Massachusetts (10) L, 2-3 (8) Feb. 13 Maryland L, 1-2 (8) Feb. 13 Utah Feb. 14 California L, 0-2 Feb. 14 New Mexico State W, 1-0 Texas Classic (Austin, Texas) W, 10-2 (5) Feb. 19 Texas-San Antonio W, 7-1 Feb. 19 Texas (7) Feb. 20 Arizona (2) L, 0-8 Feb. 20 Texas (7) L, 0-2 Bama Bash (tuscaloosa, Ala.) W, 2-0 Feb. 26 McNeese State W, 9-1 (5) Feb. 26 North Carolina Feb. 27 Evansville W, 3-2 Feb. 28 Indiana L, 0-2 W, 2-1 Feb. 28 Drake USF Speedline Classic (Tampa, Fla.) L, 3-4 March 4 Iowa (23) W, 6-1 March 4 Florida A&M March 5 South Carolina (13) L, 4-5 (11) L, 2-5 March 5 Illinois-Chicago (17) W, 7-3 March 6 Maryland Frost Cutlery Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) March 12 Winthrop W, 8-0 (5) March 12 UCLA (1) L, 0-1 W, 2-0 March 12 Chattanooga March 14 Jacksonville State W, 3-2 (8) March 20 * Arkansas L, 4-5 (8) / L, 2-4 March 21 * Arkansas W, 6-3 / W, 12-7 (19) March 26 * Kentucky W, 5-1 / W, 3-1 March 28 * Tennessee W, 4-0 / W, 9-2 March 31 Centenary W, 10-0 (6) / W, 4-0 April 2 * Auburn L, 1-5 / L, 0-7 April 3 * Auburn W, 3-1 / W, 8-3 April 7 Samford W, 5-0 / W, 7-1 April 9 * Mississippi W, 4-1 / W, 2-0 April 10 * Mississippi W, 10-2 / L, 1-3 April 16 * Florida W, 2-1 / W, 6-1 April 23 * Mississippi State L, 7-8 (8) / W, 5-4 W, 6-5 / W, 7-4 April 24 * Mississippi State W, 4-0 / W, 1-0 (8) April 27 Troy State May 1 * South Carolina (14) W, 2-0 / L, 0-3 (6) May 2 * Georgia W, 6-3 / W, 4-0 May 7 * LSU (7) L, 0-6 / L, 2-3 (10) * LSU (7) L, 5-6 / L, 3-4 May 8 SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.) May 13 Mississippi State L, 3-6 May 14 Florida W, 4-1 May 15 Arkansas L, 2-4 NCAA Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.) L, 0-7 May 20 UCLA (1) May 21 Missouri (23) L, 0-1 *Denotes SEC Game (Home games played at Bowers Park)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

2000 - Won 66, Lost 14 (25-5 SEC) Final Ranking: NFCA-7th Coach: Patrick Murphy WCWS Participants

Metrodome Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.) Feb. 10 Louisville W 10-2 W 5-1 Feb. 10 Western Illinois W 2-0 Feb. 10 Minnesota W 5-4 (12) Feb. 11 Missouri (24) Feb. 11 Northern Iowa W 6-5 Feb. 13 Northern Iowa W 8-0 (5) W 7-6 Feb. 13 Louisville UNC Classic (Chapel Hill, N.C.) L 12-11 Feb. 18 Eastern Carolina Feb. 19 Rhode Island W 11-0 (5) Feb. 19 Eastern Kentucky W 14-1 (5) W 4-1 Feb. 19 Kansas Feb. 20 Virginia Tech W 1-0 (8) W 4-1 Feb. 20 North Carolina Feb. 23 UAB W 7-1 Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) W 6-2 Feb. 25 DePaul (14) Feb. 25 Georgia Tech W 9-3 L 6-2 Feb. 26 Arizona (3) Feb. 26 Drake W 6-2 Feb. 27 DePaul (14) L 3-2 NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) L 4-0 March 3 Arizona State (4) March 3 DePaul (20) W 7-3 March 4 Oklahoma State (21) W 6-1 March 4 Florida W 4-3 March 5 Cal. St.-Northridge W 1-0 March 5 Stanford (9) L 5-2 March 7 Western Illinois W 2-1 (11) March 8 Radford W 8-4 March 9 Long Island W 10-0 (5) Crimson Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) March 11 Syracuse W 3-1 March 11 Long Island W 4-0 March 11 Western Illinois W 9-1 (6) March 12 Syracuse W 4-0 March 12 Western Illinois W 3-2 March 14 Syracuse W 2-1 (10), W 3-0 March 17 * Arkansas W 2-1, L 11-6 March 18 * Arkansas W 3-0, W 8-6 March 24 * Tennessee W 2-1, W 8-2 March 25 * Kentucky W 4-3, W 6-2 March 28 * South Carolina (18) L 1-0, W 4-3 March 31 * Auburn W 9-0 (5), W 4-1 (8) April 1 * Auburn W 7-1, W 14-5 April 7 * Mississippi W 8-1, W 3-2 (9) April 8 * Mississippi W 7-2, W 8-0 (5) April 12 Jacksonville State W 7-1, W 7-0 April 15 * Florida W 3-2 (9), L 4-0 April 21 * Mississippi State (20) W 5-2, W 7-6 (9) April 22 * Mississippi State (20) W 9-0 (6), W 4-2 April 25 Troy State W 1-0, W 2-1 (9) April 29 * Georgia W 3-2 (10), W 5-0 May 5 * LSU (7) L 3-1, L 8-2 May 6 * LSU (7) W 5-0, W 3-2 (8) SEC Tournament (Columbus, Ga.) May 11 Florida W 1-0 May 12 South Carolina (20) L 4-1 May 13 Mississippi State (21) W 4-3 May 13 LSU (7) L 5-2 NCAA Regionals (Tempe, Ariz.) May 18 Florida Atlantic (21) W 1-0 (9) May 19 Penn State W 5-4 (9) May 20 Arizona State (5) W 4-1 May 21 Arizona State (5) W 3-1 College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.) May 25 UCLA (3) L 4-1 May 27 DePaul W 6-4 May 27 Southern Miss (4) L 3-0

2001 - Won 50, Lost 11 (24-6 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: NFCA-10th NCAA Tournament Hosts

Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Feb. 9 Illinois State W 6-0 W 11-3 (5) Feb. 10 Samford W 5-0 Feb. 10 Tennessee Tech W 8-1 Feb. 10 Tennessee Tech Feb. 11 Illinois State W 6-3 Texas A&M Classic (College Station, Texas) W 7-0 Feb. 16 Texas A&M-CC Feb. 16 Texas A&M W 2-1 W 16-0 (5) Feb. 17 Texas A&M-CC Feb. 17 Penn State W 2-1 Feb. 18 Penn State W 3-2 NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) W 7-6 Feb. 23 Arizona State (6) W 3-0 Feb. 23 Kansas Feb. 24 Massachusetts (24) W 6-3 Feb. 24 Michigan (18) W 1-0 (8) W 7-2 Feb. 28 Michigan (18) Crimson Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) W 5-1 March 4 Marshall March 4 Evansville W 6-0 March 7 Ball State W 2-0, W 6-5 (9) W 11-0 (5), W 4-2 March 10 * Georgia March 11 * Georgia W 9-1 (5) March 17 * Arkansas W 1-0, W 4-0 March 18 * Arkansas W 3-0 March 21 Jacksonville State W 9-0 (5) March 24 * Tennessee W 7-1, L 7-4 March 25 * Tennessee W 11-0 March 27 * Florida W 9-0, W 2-1 (8) March 28 * Florida W 8-3 March 31 * Kentucky W 6-2, W 12-6 April 1 * Kentucky W 8-0 (5) April 7 * LSU (6) L 1-0, L 3-1 April 8 * LSU (6) L 5-0 April 11 Chattanooga W 2-1 (9), L 5-4 April 14 * Mississippi W 3-0, W 6-0 April 15 * Mississippi W 7-0 April 18 * Auburn W 8-0 (5), W 6-4 April 19 * Auburn W 5-1 April 21 * Mississippi State W 7-0, W 3-2 April 22 * Mississippi State W 8-0 (6) April 28 * South Carolina (23) L 1-0 (8), W 8-2 April 29 * South Carolina (23) L 2-1 (11) May 4 & Albany W 10-0 (6), W 8-1 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) May 10 Arkansas W 2-0 May 11 South Carolina (23) L 2-0 (9) May 12 Auburn L 5-3 NCAA Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 17 Illinois-Chicago W 8-2 May 18 Oregon State (14) W 1-0 May 19 Michigan (21) L 3-2 May 19 South Florida L 3-2 & - at West Point, N.Y. *Denotes SEC Game

2002 - Won 46 Lost 21 (22-8 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: NFCA-RV NCAA Tournament Participants

Feb. 1 Arizona (1) L 8-2 Feb. 2 Arizona (1) L 13-5 (6) Arizona (1) L 11-1 (5) Feb. 3 Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Maryland W 3-0 Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Samford W 11-2 (5) Feb. 9 Evansville W 6-0 Samford W 7-0 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Evansville W 3-1 UNLV Classic (las Vegas, Nev.) L 9-1 Feb. 15 UCLA (2) Feb. 15 UNLV W 8-2 L 8-3 Feb. 16 Oregon Feb. 16 Oregon St. (18) L 2-1 W 7-0 Feb. 17 Texas Tech NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) Feb. 22 Wisconsin L 2-1 W 6-1 Feb. 22 Oklahoma (4) Feb. 23 Utah W 3-0 W 4-0 Feb. 23 Mississippi State (24) Feb. 24 LSU (5) W 3-2 Feb. 24 Nebraska (9) L 3-2 L 3-2, W 8-0 (6) Feb. 28 Oakland March 1 North Carolina W 8-0 (5) Crimson Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) March 2 Western Kentucky W 8-2 March 2 North Carolina W 10-0 (5) March 6 Jacksonville St. W 5-1 March 9 * Georgia (20) W 9-4, L 3-0 March 10 * Georgia (20) W 2-1 March 16 * Arkansas L 2-0, W 5-4 March 17 * Arkansas W 5-1 March 19 * Florida W 4-3, W 8-3 March 20 * Florida W 7-1 March 23 * Tennessee W 6-0, W 3-2 March 24 * Tennessee W 4-1 March 27 Centenary W 9-0 (5) March 30 * Kentucky W 5-0, W 9-2 March 31 * Kentucky W 11-3 (6) April 3 Jackson State W 2-0, W 9-1 (5) April 6 * LSU (5) W 1-0 (11), L 9-1 (5) April 7 * LSU (5) L 7-0 April 13 Southern Miss W 2-0 April 13 * Mississippi W 5-1, W 4-0 April 14 * Mississippi W 3-0 April 17 Southern Miss W 2-1 April 20 * Mississippi St. (24) W 10-4, W 8-4 April 21 * Mississippi St. (24) W 8-2 April 27 * South Carolina L 3-1, W 6-5 April 28 * South Carolina W 4-3 April 30 Troy State W 4-2 May 4 * Auburn L 3-1, L 6-4 May 5 * Auburn L 3-2 SEC Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) May 9 Arkansas W 2-1 May 10 South Carolina L 6-4 May 11 Auburn W 5-4 May 11 LSU (3) L 6-2 NCAA Regional (Tallahassee, Fla.) L 3-1 (10) May 16 Georgia Tech May 16 Florida Atlantic (1) L 2-1 *Denotes SEC Game

*Denotes SEC Game

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2003 - Won 49 Lost 21 (22-8 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: ESPN.com-7th USA Today-7th WCWS Participants

ALL-TIME RESULTS

Jan. 31 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March 1 March 1 March 2 March 4 March 8 March 9 March 15 March 16 March 18 March 19 March 22 March 23 March 27 March 29 March 30 April 2 April 3 April 5 April 6 April 8 April 9 April 12 April 13 April 18 April 19 April 22 April 26 May 3 May 4

Stacy Winsberg Memorial (Los Angeles, Calif.) CS-Fullerton (7E/10U) L 4-3 CS-Fullerton (7E/10U) W 4-1 CS-Northridge W 3-0 UCLA (1E/1U) L 5-4 Loyola Marymount W 7-4 FIU Tournament (Miami, Fla.) Florida Atlantic W 2-0 Florida International W 11-4 Ohio State (19E/16U) W 6-4 Florida International L 1-0 Ohio State (19E/16U) L 7-2 Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Winthrop W 8-0 (5) Western Kentucky W 5-4 Southern Illinois L 4-0 Western Kentucky W 7-3 Southern Illinois W 3-1 (11) NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) Illinois State W 5-0 California (6E/4U) W 4-2 Notre Dame (NRE/23U) W 7-4 Crimson Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Kansas W 2-1 (8) Texas-Arlington L 4-1 Penn State L 1-0 Kansas L 6-4 Penn State L 2-1 Jacksonville State W 1-0 * Arkansas W 7-1, W 4-3 * Arkansas W 5-0 * Tennessee W 9-1 (5), L 2-1 * Tennessee W 8-0 (5) Southern Miss W 5-1 Troy W 6-0 * Kentucky W 7-4, W 2-1 * Kentucky W 8-2 Lafayette (NRE/25U) L 2-0 * LSU (12E/11U) L 4-3, W 7-2 * LSU (12E/11U) L 2-1 * Auburn W 2-1, W 4-0 * Auburn W 4-0 * Mississippi W 5-1, W 5-1 * Mississippi W 9-4 * Florida (21E/20U) W 2-1, L 4-2 * Florida (21E/20U) W 4-2 * Mississippi St. W 7-3, W 8-5 * Mississippi St. L 7-3 * South Carolina (15E/16U) W 6-3 * South Carolina (15E/16U) L 5-1, W 3-2 Chattanooga W 6-3 Georgia Tech W 3-2, L 2-1 * Georgia (9E/8U) W 7-5, L 7-3 * Georgia (9E/8U) (FOX Sports) L 12-4 (6) SEC Tournament (Plant City, Fla.) May 8 Auburn W 4-0 May 9 LSU (13E/12U) W 3-1 May 10 Tennessee W 3-2 (8) May 11 LSU (13E/12U) W 3-1 NCAA Regionals (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 15 Southern W 10-1 (5) May 16 Illinois W 4-2 May 18 Southern Illinois (24) W 7-4 May 18 Southern Illinois (24) W 2-0 College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.) May 22 Arizona (1E/1U) L 3-2 May 24 Oklahoma (4E/4U) L 6-3 (9) *Denotes SEC Game

2004 - Won 45 Lost 20 (18-12 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: ESPN.com-12th USA Today-13th NCAA Tournament Participants

Stanford Spring Classic (Stanford, Calif.) Feb. 6 Stanford (12E/12U) L, 1-4 Feb. 7 San Jose State W, 2-0 Stanford (12E/12U) W, 2-1 (8) Feb. 7 Feb. 8 San Jose State W, 5-0 Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Feb. 13 Lipscomb W, 8-0 (5) Feb. 13 Eastern Kentucky W, 2-1 (8) W, 5-1 Feb. 14 Albany Feb. 14 Albany W, 12-0 (5) W, 7-0 Feb. 15 Lipscomb Palm Spring Classic (Palm Spring, Calif.) Feb. 20 Northwestern W, 5-1 L, 0-5 Feb. 21 Arizona (3E/3U) Feb. 21 Pacific L, 2-3 Frost Cutlery Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.) Feb. 27 Buffalo W, 6-3 Feb. 27 Tennessee Tech W, 5-0 W, 8-0 (5) Feb. 28 North Texas Feb. 28 Marshall W, 6-0 Feb. 29 Wisconsin W, 1-0 (8) Feb. 29 Chattanooga W, 9-0 (5) March 2 Samford W, 8-0 (6) March 6 * Arkansas W, 8-3 / W, 4-2 March 7 * Arkansas W, 7-1 March 10 Jacksonville State W, 10-4 March 13 * Tennessee (13E/13U) W, 4-3 / W, 5-4 March 14 * Tennessee (13E/13U) W, 2-1 March 16 Tulsa W, 4-0 March 17 Alabama State W, 10-0 (5) March 20 * Kentucky W, 9-3 March 21 * Kentucky L, 5-7 / W, 14-5 March 23 * Florida (16E/16U) L, 3-4 / W, 3-2 March 24 * Florida (16E/16U) L, 1-5 March 27 * LSU (5E/5U) L, 2-6 / L, 6-9 March 28 * LSU (5E/5U) L, 7-10 April 3 * Mississippi W, 9-0 / W, 8-0 April 4 * Mississippi W, 8-3 April 8 * Mississippi State W, 10-0 (6) / L, 6-8 April 9 * Mississippi State L, 5-10 April 13 Georgia Tech (22E/22U) L, 0-1 April 15 Birmingham Southern W, 8-3 April 17 * South Carolina (24E/24U) L, 1-3 / W, 6-5 April 18 * South Carolina (24E/24U) W, 5-2 April 20 * Auburn (21E/21U) L, 0-4 / L, 2-3 (8) April 21 * Auburn (21E/21U) W, 6-3 April 27 Birmingham Southern W, 9-2 May 1 * Georgia (10E/8U) L, 5-6 / W, 4-3 May 2 * Georgia (10E/8U) W, 2-1 May 8 Maryland W, 3-1 / W, 3-0 SEC Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 13 Auburn (14E/14U) W, 7-1 May 14 LSU (2E/2U) L, 1-2 May 15 Tennessee (10E/10U) L, 0-1 NCAA Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.) May 20 Central Michigan W, 4-2 May 21 Cornell W, 10-0 (5) May 22 UCLA (4E/4U) L, 2-5 (9) May 22 Long Beach State (17E/18U) W, 7-6 May 23 UCLA (4E/4U) L, 0-7 *Denotes SEC Game

2005 - Won 63 Lost 15 (23-7 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: ESPN.com-7th USA Today-7th WCWS Participants

Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Feb. 4 UAB W, 8-0 (6) Feb. 4 Evansville W, 4-0 W, 8-4 Feb. 5 Georgia Southern Feb. 5 Georgia Southern W, 6-0 W, 2-1 (8) Feb. 6 UAB Feb. 9 Northwestern St. W, 2-1 / W, 7-2 Houston Hilton Invitational (Houston, Texas) Feb. 11 Oklahoma (12E/4U) W, 2-0 Feb. 11 Houston W, 7-4 W, 5-2 Feb. 12 Sam Houston Feb. 12 Houston W, 5-2 Crimson Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Feb. 18 Maryland W, 7-0 Feb. 18 Penn State W, 11-2 (5) L, 1-6 Feb. 19 Missouri Feb. 19 Penn State W, 3-2 Feb. 20 Maryland W, 5-0 W, 5-1 Feb. 24 at Troy NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) Feb. 25 Oregon (21E/18U) W, 3-0 Feb. 25 Florida Atlantic W, 2-1 Feb. 26 Creighton L, 4-4 Feb. 26 North Carolina W, 1-0 Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii) March 3 Delaware St. W, 9-0 (5) March 4 Portland St. W, 2-1 March 4 Mount St. Mary’s W, 10-1 (6) March 5 Hawaii W, 3-1 March 5 California (2E/2U) L, 2-3 March 6 Hawaii W, 4-3 March 6 California (2E/2U) L, 0-7 March 12 at Tennessee* (7E/4U) L, 1-3 / L, 1-7 March 13 at Tennessee* (7E/4U) W, 8-1 March 15 Middle Tennessee W, 9-1 (6) / W, 9-2 March 17 Samford W, 16-4 (5) March 19 Kentucky* W, 10-2 (5) / W, 6-2 March 20 Kentucky* W, 5-1 March 22 Auburn* (NRE/25U) L, 2-4 March 23 Auburn* (NRE/25U) W, 6-4 / W, 4-3 March 25 at LSU* (19E/22U) W, 6-0 March 26 at LSU* (19E/22U) W, 13-0 (5) / W, 7-1 March 29 at Florida* (1April 15) W, 5-3 / L, 4-6 March 30 at Florida* (1April 15) W, 3-2 April 2 Mississippi* W, 1-0 / L, 0-3 April 3 Mississippi* W, 2-1 April 5 Belmont (Huntsville) W, 6-0 April 9 Mississippi St.* W, 8-0 (5) / W, 4-1 April 10 Mississippi St. * W, 9-1 (5) April 13 Birmingham-Southern W, 7-1 April 16 at South Carolina* W, 11-0 (6) / W, 7-1 April 17 at South Carolina* W, 9-2 April 26 at Birmingham-Southern W, 7-0 April 30 at Georgia* (12E/11U) L, 2-5 / L, 4-5 May 1 at Georgia* (12E/11U) W, 13-3 May 6 Arkansas* W, 4-0 May 7 Arkansas* W, 4-0 / W, 8-1 May 8 at Lipscomb L, 2-4 SEC Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.) May 12 vs. Mississippi St. W, 5-0 May 13 vs. Auburn (21E/18U) W, 9-5 May 14 vs. Tennessee (13E/11U) L, 1-3 May 15 vs. Tennessee (13E/11U) W, 3-0 May 15 vs. Georgia (8E/8U) W, 2-0 NCAA Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 20 vs. Mississippi Valley St. W, 9-1 (6) May 21 vs. Arizona State W, 3-1 May 22 vs. Hofstra W, 6-0 NCAA Super Regional (College Station, Texas) May 27 at Texas A&M (5E/5U) W, 4-1 May 28 at Texas A&M (5E/5U) W, 6-5 College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.) June 2 vs. Texas (5E/6U) L, 0-3 June 4 vs. DePaul (23E/NRU) W, 2-1 (12) June 5 vs. Tennessee (13E/10U) L, 0-4 *Denotes SEC Game

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

2006 - Won 54 Lost 11 (25-4 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: ESPN.com-7th USA Today-6th WCWS Participants SEC CHAMPIONS

Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Feb. 10 Marshall W, 5-1 (6) Feb. 10 Eastern Kentucky W, 9-0 W, 6-1 Feb. 11 Mississippi Valley State Feb. 11 Marshall W, 10-2 (6) W, 7-0 Feb. 11 Mississippi Valley State Dunkin’ Donuts Invitational (Baton Raton, Fla.) Feb. 17 Long Island W, 5-1 W, 8-0 (6) Feb. 17 Florida International Feb. 18 Missouri State W, 2-0 W, 7-0 Feb. 18 at Florida Atlantic Feb. 19 Missouri State W, 6-0 Feb. 22 at Southern Miss L, 2-3 NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) Feb. 24 Michigan (5E/5U) W, 3-2 (9) W, 3-2 Feb. 24 Georgia Tech Crimson Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) March 3 Drake W, 9-0 L, 1-3 March 3 Ohio State March 4 Coastal Carolina W, 4-2 / W, 5-2 March 5 Drake W, 6-0 March 7 Florida* W, 5-0 / W, 3-1 March 8 Florida* W, 1-0 March 11 South Carolina* W, 6-1 / W, 7-0 March 12 South Carolina* W, 7-0 (5) Judi Garman Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) March 16 Fresno State (23E/24U) W, 4-1 March 16 Oklahoma (15E/14U) W, 5-0 March 17 Utah W, 3-1 March 18 Arizona (1E/1U) L, 0-2 March 19 Notre Dame W, 4-3 March 23 Birmingham Southern W, 14-6 (5) March 25 Tennessee* (2E/2U) W, 3-2 / W, 5-4 (9) March 26 Tennessee* (2E/2U) W, 6-3 April 1 at Kentucky* W, 7-0 / W, 11-0 (5) April 2 at Kentucky* W, 9-0 (5) April 5 Samford W, 9-1 (5) April 8 at Mississippi* W, 6-0 / W, 5-0 April 9 at Mississippi* W, 8-0 (5) April 11 Troy W, 9-0 (5) April 14 LSU* (11E/11U) L, 1-2 / W, 7-0 April 15 LSU* (11E/11U) L, 2-3 April 22 Georgia* (10E/8U) L, 4-5 / W, 4-2 April 23 Georgia* (10E/8U) W, 4-1 April 25 at Auburn* (19E/19U) W, 9-1 (5) / L, 2-4 April 26 at Auburn* (19E/19U) W, 9-0 (6) April 29 at Mississippi State* W, 5-4 (8) / W, 6-3 May 3 Southern Miss W, 5-1 May 5 at Arkansas* W, 7-2 / W, 7-0 May 6 at Arkansas* W, 9-2 SEC Tournament (Athens, Ga.) May 11 vs. Mississippi W, 6-0 May 12 vs. Tennessee (8E/5U) L, 1-2 NCAA Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 19 vs. Mississippi Valley St. W, 8-0 (5) May 20 vs. Georgia Tech W, 8-5 May 21 vs. Georgia Tech W, 7-2 NCAA Super Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 26 vs. Stanford (7E/10U) W, 4-1 May 27 vs. Stanford (7E/10U) W, 8-7 (8) College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.) June 1 vs. Northwestern (11) L, 5-6 June 3 vs. UCLA (1) L, 1-4 *Denotes SEC Game

2007 - Won 55 Lost 10 (21-6 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: ESPN.com-11th USA Today-2nd NCAA Super Regional

Century-Tel Softball Classic (San Marcos, Texas) Feb. 9 Oklahoma State W, 13-0 (5) Feb. 9 Texas State W, 9-1 (5) W, 10-3 Feb. 10 Texas-San Antonio Feb. 10 Texas State W, 3-0 W, 11-1 (5) Feb. 11 Oklahoma State Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Feb. 16 Radford W, 4-1 W, 8-0 (5) Feb. 16 Michigan State Feb. 17 Toledo W, 13-0 (5) Feb. 17 Radford W, 6-0 Crimson Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Feb. 18 Toledo W, 5-1 W, 3-0 Feb. 23 N.C. State (22E/23U) Feb. 23 Winthrop W, 8-0 (5) W, 3-1 Feb. 24 Indiana State Feb. 24 Western Kentucky W, 7-2 Feb. 25 Winthrop W, 14-1 (5) W, 6-0 Feb. 25 N.C. State (22E/23U) Feb. 28 at Samford W, 8-1 Easton Spring Fling (Tuscallosa, Ala.) March 2 Seton Hall W, 12-0 March 3 UL-Lafayette (11E/14U) W, 6-0 March 3 Seton Hall W, 9-1 (5) March 4 UL-Lafayette (11E/14U) W, 6-3 (8) March 10 Mississippi State* W, 10-2 (5) / W, 5-3 March 11 Mississippi State* W, 8-0 (6) March 14 at Florida*(22E/19U) W, 6-2 / L, 4-8 March 17 at S. Carolina* (24E) W, 1-0 / W, 5-3 (10) March 18 at S. Carolina* (24E) W, 3-1 March 21 Arkansas * W, 9-0 (5) / W, 5-2 March 24 at LSU* (9E/8U) W 6-0 / L, 4-5 (8) March 25 at LSU* (9E/8U) L, 0-3 March 27 Louisiana Tech W, 12-4 (5) / W, 15-0 (5) March 31 Georgia* (22U) L, 1-2 (9) / W, 10-2 (5) April 1 Georgia* (22U) W, 9-2 April 3 Northwestern State W, 13-7 April 3 Florida Atlantic W, 1-0 April 6 Auburn* W, 10-0 (5) / W, 5-3 April 7 Auburn* W, 12-4 (5) April 11 Tennessee-Chattanooga W, 8-6 / W, 8-1 April 17 vs. Mercer at Oxford, Ala. W, 9-0 (5) April 21 at Ole Miss* W, 10-0 (5); W, 12-4 April 22 at Ole Miss* W, 6-0 April 24 Troy W, 5-0 April 28 Kentucky* W, 12-3 (5) / W, 6-0 April 29 Kentucky* W, 8-0 (5) May 6 at Tennessee* (2E/2U) L, 2-9 / L, 0-4 SEC Tournament (Auburn, Ala.) May 10 vs. No. 6 Georgia W, 3-2 (9) May 11 vs. No. 2 LSU (6E/4U) L, 1-4 NCAA Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 18 vs. Tennessee Tech L, 2-4 May 19 vs. Florida State W, 6-3 May 19 vs. California W, 13-1 May 20 vs. Tennessee Tech W, 19-10 May 20 vs. Tennessee Tech W, 7-2 NCAA Super Regional (Seattle, Wash.) May 26 at Washington (11E/11U) L, 3-4 May 26 at Washington (11E/11U) L, 5-7 *Denotes SEC Game

2008 - Won 58 Lost 8 (25-3 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: ESPN.com-4th USA Today-4th / WCWS Participants

Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 29 March 1 March 1 March 6 March 8 March 9 March 12 March 15 March 16 March 21 March 22 March 25 March 29 March 30 April 2 April 5 April 6 April 10 April 12 April 13 April 15 April 17 April 19 April 20 April 23 April 23 April 29 April 29 May 3 May 4 May 8 May 9 May 10 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 23 May 24 May 29 May 31 May 31 June 1

Hampton Inn BAMA Bash (Tuscaloosa) South Alabama W, 8-1 Purdue W, 8-0 (5) Jacksonville State W, 6-2 Purdue W, 11-0 (5) McNeese State W, 21-1 (5) Georgia Tech W, 6-0 Hampton Inn Crimson Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) New Mexico W, 10-2 (5) Middle Tennessee W, 6-0 Georgia Tech W, 9-5 Middle Tennessee W, 7-1 Adidas Golden Panther Inv. (Miami, Fla.) vs. Illinois W, 6-0 vs. Connecticut W, 9-1 vs. Illinois W, 2-0 at Florida International W, 8-3 vs. Connecticut W, 8-0 Washington Husky Classic (Seattle, Wash.) vs. Portland State W, 8-2 vs. Nevada W, 5-2 at Washington (25) L, 3-6 at UAB W, 10-1 Tennessee* (4) W, 8-0 Tennessee (DH)* (4) W, 13-2 / L, 3-7 Florida (DH)* (4) W, 1-0 / L, 4-8 at Miss. State(DH)* (15) W, 2-0 / W, 4-2 at Mississippi State* (15) W, 3-0 at Kentucky* W, 9-4 at Kentucky (DH)* W, 11-2 / W, 14-4 UAB W, 8-1 Mississippi W, 8-6 Mississippi (DH)* W, 8-0 / W, 8-0 at Samford W, 4-0 LSU (DH)* (10) W, 9-8 (10) / W, 8-0 (5) LSU* (10) W, 8-1 at Troy W, 11-0 (6) at Auburn (DH)* W, 5-4 (8) / W, 12-1 at Auburn* W, 4-2 vs. U.S. Olympic Team% L, 0-7 at Arkansas (DH)* W, 4-0 / W, 3-0 (6) S. Carolina (DH)* W, 8-0 (6) / W, 8-0 (5) South Carolina* W, 6-0 Birmingham-Southern W, 9-1 (5) Samford W, 7-1 DePaul Invitational (Chicago, Ill.) vs. Northwestern (11) W, 6-5 (8) at DePaul (20) L, 0-1 (8) at Georgia (DH)* W, 12-3 / W, 10-1 at Georgia* L, 2-4 SEC Tournament (Baton Rouge, La.) Mississippi State W, 1-0 LSU (15) W, 7-4 Florida (1) L, 1-4 NCAA Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Chattanooga W, 8-0 (6) Jacksonville State W, 10-1 (5) Jacksonville State W, 4-1 NCAA Super Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Missouri W, 6-1 Missouri W, 7-1 College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla.) Arizona State [ESPN] (6) L, 1-3 Arizona [ESPN] (7) W, 5-1 La.-Lafayette [ESPN] W, 3-1 Arizona State [ESPN] (6) L, 1-3

&exhibition game (Liberty Park - Vestavia Hills) *Denotes SEC Game

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2009 - Won 54 Lost 11 (21-6 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: ESPN.com-3rd USA Today-3rd / WCWS Participants

ALL-TIME RESULTS

South Alabama Invitational (Mobile, Ala.) vs. Northwestern State W, 12-2 Feb. 7 Feb. 7 vs. Memphis W, 7-2 vs. Jacksonville State W, 9-0 (5) Feb. 8 Feb. 8 at South Alabama W, 7-1 BAMA Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Feb. 13 Notre Dame W, 10-1 (5) Notre Dame W, 10-0 (5) Feb. 14 Wisconsin W, 8-0 (5) Feb. 15 Feb. 15 East Carolina W, 8-0 (6) Cathedral City Classic (Palm Springs, Calif.) vs. BYU W, 6-0 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 vs. Oregon W, 5-0 vs. UCLA (6) L, 1-4 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 vs. Oklahoma (8) W, 4-3 vs. Hawaii W, 1-0 (8) Feb. 21 NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) vs. Southern Illinois (19) W, 8-0 (5) Feb. 27 W, 8-1 March 4 UAB Easton Challenge (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) W, 6-0 March 6 Washington (1) L, 0-6 March 7 Washington (1) March 7 Baylor (24) W, 4-0 W, 10-1 March 8 Baylor (24) W, 6-3 March 10 at UAB March 12 Mississippi Valley St. (DH) W, 8-5 / W, 11-2 (5) W, 4-0 / W, 7-1 March 14 Mississippi State (DH)* W, 3-2 March 15 Mississippi State* L, 2-3 / L, 5-6 March 18 at LSU (DH)* (20) W, 13-4 (5) / W, 15-0 (5) March 21 at Mississippi (DH)* W, 3-0 March 22 at Mississippi* March 28 at Florida (DH)* (1) L, 1-9 / L, 1-10 March 29 at Florida* (1) W, 6-4 April 1 Troy W, 9-1 (5) Georgia (DH)* (6) W, 9-1(5) / W, 3-2 (8) April 4 Georgia* (6) W, 2-0 April 5 Samford W, 11-1 (5) April 8 L, 2-3 (8) / W, 7-0 April 10 at South Carolina (DH)* at South Carolina* L, 5-6 April 11 April 14 Kentucky (DH) W, 2-1 / W, 5-3 Arkansas (DH)* W, 9-1 (6) / W, 7-1 April 18 Arkansas* W, 9-0 (5) April 19 April 22 at Georgia Tech (20) (DH) W, 8-0 (5) / W, 10-0 (6) W, 8-0 (6) / W, 4-2 (8) April 25 Auburn (DH)* W, 6-0 April 26 Auburn* May 1 at Tennessee* (15) W, 5-2 at Tennessee* (15) W, 12-0 May 2 SEC Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.) vs.Arkansas W, 8-0 (5) May 7 May 8 vs. Kentucky W, 2-1 (8) vs. Florida (1) L, 5-8 May 9 NCAA Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 15 Mississippi Valley State W, 12-3 (5) Texas W, 10-1 (6) May 16 May 17 Texas W, 7-0 NCAA Super Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) May 22 Jacksonville State W, 9-0 (5) May 23 Jacksonville State W, 9-0 (5) College World Series (Oklahoma City, Okla) May 28 Michigan (5) L, 1-6 May 30 Arizona (9) W, 14-0 (5) May 30 Arizona State (10) W, 6-2 Florida (1) L, 5-6 May 31

2010 - Won 52 Lost 11 (23-4 SEC) Coach: Patrick Murphy Final Ranking: ESPN.com-9th USA Today-9th / NCAA Super Regional SEC Regular Season / Tournament Champions

Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 5 March 6 March 6 March 7 March 9 March 13 March 14 March 16 March 18 March 20 March 21 March 24 March 27 March 28 April 2 April 3 April 7 April 10 April 11 April 13 April 17 April 18 April 20 April 24 April 25 April 28 May 1 May 8 May 9 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 29 May 30

Missouri (9) (DH) L, 1-2 / W, 9-0 (5) Missouri (9) L, 0-9 (5) South Alabama W, 6-3 Hatter Invitational (Deland, Fla.) vs. Rhode Island W, 17-3 (5) vs. Ohio State (14) W, 5-3 vs. Ohio State (14) W, 5-4 at Stetson W, 1-0 at Ohio State (14) W, 7-1 at UAB W, 7-3 NFCA Leadoff Classic (Columbus, Ga.) vs. Maryland W, 4-1 vs. Iowa W, 5-4 vs. Michigan (4) W, 10-6 vs. Nebraska W, 11-3 (6) vs. UCF L, 2-3 Easton Challenge (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Michigan (7) L, 2-5 Depaul W, 8-0 (5) Michigan (7) L, 2-4 Depaul W, 6-4 Liberty W, 10-7 at Georgia (4) (DH)* L, 0-3 / W, 8-5 at Georgia* (4) W, 13-4 (6) at Kentucky (DH)* W, 7-2 / L, 4-5 FIU W, 2-1 South Carolina (DH)* W, 8-0 (5) / W 8-2 South Carolina* W, 6-2 (5) UAB W, 21-1 Florida (6) (DH)* W, 10-4 / L 5-7 (8) Florida* (6) L, 9-11 at Auburn* W, 5-1 at Auburn (DH)* W, 9-1 / W 10-2 LSU (14) (DH)* W, 3-1 / W, 4-3 Northwestern W, 12-1 (5) Northwestern W, 11-1 (5) at Mississippi Valley W, 6-1 Mississippi (DH)* W, 14-0 (5) / W, 8-3 Mississippi* W, 3-1 Troy W, 12-2 (5) at Arkansas (DH)* W, 6-1 / W 16-8 (6) at Arkansas* W, 8-6 Gerogia Tech (7) W, 13-1 (5) Tennessee (16) (DH)* W, 4-2 / W, 7-6 at Mississippi State (DH)* W, 10-1 (6) / W, 8-2 at Mississippi State* W, 6-1 SEC Tournament (Fayetteville, Ark.) at Arkansas W, 9-0 (5) vs. Tennessee (15) W, 4-3 vs. LSU (11) W, 5-4 NCAA Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Alcorn State W, 9-0 (5) Lipscomb W, 5-2 Lipscomb W, 6-0 NCAA Super Regional (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Hawai’i (19) (DH) W, 8-0 (5) / L, 7-8 Hawai’i (19) L, 4-5

* Denotes SEC Game

* Denotes SEC Game

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ALL-TIME RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS VERSUS RANKED OPPONENTS 1997 (3-12 overall, 2-4 SEC)

Feb. 15 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 March 4 April 26 May 1 May 3 May 4 May 10

Oklahoma (10) Southwest Louisiana (7) Arizona (1) Arizona (1) Michigan (7) * South Carolina (3) Florida State (17) * LSU (24) * LSU (24) LSU (23)

1998 (6-7 overall, 3-1 SEC)

Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 14 March 5 March 7 March 27 May 1 May 2 May 9 May 9 May 10

Fresno State (1) Utah (18) Arizona State (23) Michigan (2) Florida State (12) South Florida (9) * LSU (10) * LSU (10) LSU (12) LSU (12) LSU (12)

1999 (2-13 overall, 0-4 SEC)

Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 March 4 March 5 March 5 March 12 May 7 May 8 May 20 May 21

Long Beach State (13) Massachusetts (10) Texas (7) Arizona (2) Texas (7) Iowa (23) South Carolina (13) Illinois-Chicago (17) UCLA (1) * LSU (7) * LSU (7) UCLA (1) Missouri (23)

2000 (15-11 overall, 6-2 SEC)

Feb. 11 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 March 3 March 3 March 4 March 5 March 28 April 21 April 22 May 5 May 6 May 12 May 13 May 13 May 18 May 20 May 21 May 25 May 27

Missouri (24) DePaul (14) Arizona (3) DePaul (14) Arizona State (4) DePaul (20) Oklahoma State (21) Stanford (9) * South Carolina (18) * Mississippi State (20) * Mississippi State (20) * LSU (7) * LSU (7) South Carolina (20) Mississippi State (21) LSU (7) Florida Atlantic (21) Arizona State (5) Arizona State (5) UCLA (3) Southern Miss (4)

2001 (6-7 overall, 1-5 SEC)

Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 28 April 7 April 8 April 28 April 29 May 11 May 18 May 19

Arizona State (6) Massachusetts (24) Michigan (18) Michigan (18) * LSU (6) * LSU (6) * South Carolina (23) * South Carolina (23) South Carolina (23) Oregon State (14) Michigan (21)

2002 (9-11 overall, 6-3 SEC)

Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 March 9 March 10 April 6 April 7 April 20 April 21 May 11 May 16

L, 0-12 (6) L, 0-3 L, 0-9 (5) L, 0-13 (5) L, 3-4 / L, 2-5 L, 0-2 / L, 0-6 L, 0-2 / W, 6-4 W, 7-0 / L, 4-5 W, 4-1 (8) / L, 0-4 L, 2-4 L, 0-8 (5) W, 6-4 (8) L, 2-5 L, 3-5 L, 1-4 L, 4-13 W 6-3 / W 4-3 L, 0-2 / W, 4-1 W, 5-3 (10) L, 4-8 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 L, 1-8 W, 1-7 L, 0-8 L, 0-2 L, 3-4 L, 4-5 (11) L, 2-5 L, 0-1 L, 0-6 / L, 2-3 (10) L, 6-5 / L, 3-4 L, 0-7 L, 0-1 W, 5-4 (12) W, 6-2 L, 2-6 L, 2-3 L, 0-4 W, 7-3 W, 6-1 L, 2-5 L, 0-1 / W, 4-3 W, 5-2 / W, 7-6 (9) W, 9-0 (6) / W, 4-2 L, 1-3 / L, 2-8 W, 5-0 / W, 3-2 (8) L, 1-4 W, 4-3 L, 2-5 W, 1-0 (9) W, 4-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-4 L, 0-3 W, 7-6 W, 6-3 W, 1-0 (8) W, 7-2 L, 0-1, L, 1-3 L, 0-5 L, 0-1 (8) / W, 8-2 L, 1-2 (11) L, 0-2 (9) W, 1-0 L, 2-3

Arizona (1) L, 2-8 Arizona (1) L, 5-13 (6) Arizona (1) L, 1-11 (5) UCLA (2) L, 1-9 Oregon St. (18) L, 1-2 Oklahoma (4) W, 6-1 Mississippi State (24) W, 4-0 LSU (5) W, 3-2 Nebraska (9) L, 2-3 * Georgia (20) W, 9-4 / L, 0-3 * Georgia (20) W, 2-1 * LSU (5) W 1-0 (11) / L, 1-9 (5) * LSU (5) L, 0-7 * Mississippi St. (24) W, 10-4 / W, 8-4 * Mississippi St. (24) W, 8-2 LSU (3) L, 2-6 Florida Atlantic (12) L, 1-2

SOFTBALL

2003 (14-12 overall, 6-6 SEC)

Jan. 31 CS-Fullerton (7E/10U) Jan. 31 CS-Fullerton (7E/10U) Feb. 1 UCLA (1E/1U) Feb. 8 Ohio State (19E/16U) Ohio State (19E/16U) Feb. 9 Feb. 22 California (6E/4U) Feb. 23 Notre Dame (NRE/23U) March 27 Lafayette (NRE/25U) March 29 * LSU (12E/11U) March 30 * LSU (12E/11U) April 8 * Florida (21E/20U) April 9 * Florida (21E/20U) April 18 * South Carolina (15E/16U) April 19 * South Carolina (15E/16U) May 3 * Georgia (9E/8U) May 4 * Georgia (9E/8U) (FOX Sports) LSU (13E/12U) May 9 May 11 LSU (13E/12U) May 18 Southern Illinois (24) May 18 Southern Illinois (24) May 22 Arizona (1E/1U) May 24 Oklahoma (4E/4U)

2004 (12-16 overall, 9-9 SEC)

Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 21 March 13 March 14 March 23 March 24 March 27 March 28 April 13 April 17 April 18 April 20 April 21 May 1 May 2 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 22 May 22 May 23

Stanford (12E/12U) Stanford (12E/12U) Arizona (3E/3U) * Tennessee (13E/13U) * Tennessee (13E/13U) * Florida (16E/16U) * Florida (16E/16U) * LSU (5E/5U) * LSU (5E/5U) Georgia Tech (22E/22U) * South Carolina (24E/24U) * South Carolina (24E/24U) * Auburn (21E/21U) * Auburn (21E/21U) * Georgia (10E/8U) * Georgia (10E/8U) Auburn (14E/14U) LSU (2E/2U) Tennessee (10E/10U) UCLA (4E/4U) Long Beach State (17E/18U) UCLA (4E/4U)

L, 3-4 W, 4-1 L, 4-5 W, 6-4 L, 2-7 W, 4-2 W, 7-4 L, 0-2 L, 3-4 / W, 7-2 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 / L, 2-4 W, 4-2 W, 6-3 L, 5-1 / W, 3-2 W, 7-5 / L, 3-7 L, 4-12 (6) W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 7-4 W, 2-0 L, 3-2 L, 3-6 (9) L, 1-4 W, 2-1 (8) L, 0-5 W, 4-3 / W, 5-4 W, 2-1 L, 3-4 / W, 3-2 L, 1-5 L, 2-6 / L, 6-9 L, 7-10 L, 0-1 L, 1-3 / W, 6-5 W, 5-2 L, 0-4 / L, 2-3 (8) W, 6-3 L, 5-6 / W, 4-3 W, 2-1 W, 7-1 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 L, 2-5 (9) W, 7-6 L, 0-7

2005 (17-11 overall, 9-6 SEC)

Feb. 11 Oklahoma (12E/4U) Feb. 25 Oregon (21E/18U) March 5 California (2E/2U) March 6 California (2E/2U) March 12 at Tennessee* (7E/4U) March 13 at Tennessee* (7E/4U) March 22 Auburn* (NRE/25U) March 23 Auburn* (NRE/25U) March 25 at LSU* (19E/22U) March 26 at LSU* (19E/22U) March 29 at Florida* (14) March 30 at Florida* (14) April 30 at Georgia* (12E/11U) May 1 at Georgia* (12E/11U) May 13 vs. Auburn (21E/18U) May 14 vs. Tennessee (13E/11U) May 15 vs. Tennessee (13E/11U) May 15 vs. Georgia (8E/8U) May 27 at Texas A&M (5E/5U) May 28 at Texas A&M (5E/5U) June 2 vs. Texas (5E/6U) June 4 vs. DePaul (23E/NRU) June 5 vs. Tennessee (13E/10U)

W, 2-0 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 L, 7-0 L, 1-3 / L, 1-7 W, 8-1 L, 2-4 W, 6-4 / W, 4-3 W, 6-0 W, 13-0 (5) / W, 7-1 W, 5-3 / L, 4-6 W, 3-2 L, 2-5 / L, 4-5 W, 13-3 W, 9-5 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 4-1 W, 6-5 L, 0-3 W, 2-1 (12) L, 0-4

2006 (13-8 overall, 8-4 SEC)

Feb. 24 Michigan (5E/5U) W, 3-2 (9) March 16 Fresno State (23E/24U) W, 4-1 March 16 Oklahoma (15E/14U) W, 5-0 March 18 Arizona (1E/1U) L, 0-2 March 25 Tennessee* (2E/2U) W, 3-2 / W, 5-4 (9) March 26 Tennessee* (2E/2U) W, 6-3 April 14 LSU* (11E/11U) L, 1-2 / W, 7-0 April 15 LSU* (11E/11U) L, 2-3 April 22 Georgia* (10E/8U) L, 4-5 / W, 4-2 April 23 Georgia* (10E/8U) W, 4-1 April 25 at Auburn* (19E/19U) W, 9-1 (5) / L, 2-4 April 26 at Auburn* (19E/19U) W, 9-0 (6) May 12 vs. Tennessee (8E/5U) L, 1-2 May 26 vs. Stanford (7E/10U) W, 4-1 May 27 vs. Stanford (7E/10U) W, 8-7 (8) June 1 vs. Northwestern (11) L, 5-6 June 3 vs. UCLA (1) L, 1-4

2007 (11-8 overall, 7-6 SEC)

Feb. 23 N.C. State (22E/23U) W, 3-0 W, 6-0 Feb. 25 N.C. State (22E/23U) March 3 UL-Lafayette (11E/14U) W, 6-0 March 4 UL-Lafayette (11E/14U) W, 6-3 (8) W, 6-2 / L, 4-8 March 14 at Florida*(22E/19U) (DH) March 17 at S. Carolina* (24E) (DH) W, 1-0 / W, 5-3 (10) W, 3-1 March 18 at S. Carolina* (24E) March 24 at LSU* (9E/8U) W 6-0 / L, 4-5 (8) March 25 at LSU* (9E/8U) L, 0-3 March 31 Georgia* (22U) L, 1-2 (9) / W, 10-2 (5) April 1 Georgia* (22U) W, 9-2 L, 2-9 / L, 0-4 May 6 at Tennessee* (2E/2U) May 11 vs. LSU (6E/4U) L, 1-4 May 26 at Washington (11E/11U) L, 3-4 L, 5-7 May 26 at Washington (11E/11U)

2008 (12-7 overall, 9-2 SEC)

March 1 March 8 March 9 March 12 March 15 March 16 April 5 April 6 April 29 April 29 May 9 May 10 May 29 May 31 June 1

at Washington (25) L, 3-6 Tennessee* (4) W, 8-0 Tennessee (DH)* (4) W, 13-2 / L, 3-7 Florida (DH)* (4) W, 1-0 / L, 4-8 at Miss. State(DH)* (15) W, 2-0 / W, 4-2 at Mississippi State* (15) W, 3-0 LSU (DH)* (10) W, 9-8 (10) / W, 8-0 (5) LSU* (10) W, 8-1 vs. Northwestern (11) W, 6-5 (8) at DePaul (20) L, 0-1 (8) LSU (15) W, 7-4 Florida (1) L, 1-4 Arizona State [ESPN] (6) L, 1-3 Arizona [ESPN] (7) W, 5-1 Arizona State [ESPN] (6) L, 1-3

2009 (15-9 overall, 6-4 SEC)

Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 March 6 March 7 March 7 March 8 March 18 March 28 March 29 April 4 April 5 April 22 May 1 May 2 May 9 May 28 May 30 May 30 May 31

vs. UCLA (6) L, 1-4 vs. Oklahoma (8) W, 4-3 vs. Southern Illinois (19) W, 8-0 (5) Washington (1) W, 6-0 Washington (1) L, 0-6 Baylor (24) W, 4-0 Baylor (24) W, 10-1 at LSU (DH)* (20) L, 2-3 / L, 5-6 at Florida (DH)* (1) L, 1-9 / L, 1-10 at Florida* (1) W, 6-4 Georgia (DH)* (6) W, 9-1(5) / W, 3-2 (8) Georgia* (6) W, 2-0 at Georgia Tech (20) (DH) W, 8-0 (5) / W, 10-0 (6) at Tennessee* (15) W, 5-2 at Tennessee* (15) W, 12-0 vs. Florida (1) L, 5-8 Michigan (5) L, 1-6 Arizona (9) W, 14-0 (5) Arizona State (10) W, 6-2 Florida (1) L, 5-6

2010 (16-9 overall, 8-3 SEC)

Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 March 5 March 6 March 13 March 14 March 27 March 28 April 7 April 28 May 1 May 14 May 15 May 29 May 30

Missouri (9) (DH) Missouri (9) vs. Ohio State (14) vs. Ohio State (14) at Ohio State (14) vs. Michigan (4) Michigan (7) Michigan (7) at Georgia (4) (DH)* at Georgia* (4) Florida (6) (DH)* Florida* (6) LSU (14) (DH)* Gerogia Tech (7) Tennessee (16) (DH)* vs. Tennessee (15) vs. LSU (11) Hawai’i (19) (DH) Hawai’i (19)

L, 1-2 / W, 9-0 (5) L, 0-9 (5) W, 5-3 W, 5-4 W, 7-1 W, 10-6 L, 2-5 L, 2-4 L, 0-3 / W, 8-5 W, 13-4 (6) W, 10-4 / L 5-7 (8) L, 9-11 W, 3-1 / W, 4-3 W, 13-1 (5) W, 4-2 / W, 7-6 W, 4-3 W, 5-4 W, 8-0 (5) / L, 7-8 L, 4-5

OVERALL: 151-141 SEC: 80-59

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SERIES RECORDS 104

OPPONENT W L Percentage LAST GAME Alabama-Birmingham 9 0 1.000 3/24/10 Alabama State 1 0 1.000 3/17/04 Albany 4 0 1.000 2/14/04 Alcorn State 1 0 1.000 5/21/10 Arizona 2 10 .166 5/30/09 Arkansas 42 7 .857 5/13/10 Auburn 36 13 .735 4/3/10 Arizona State 5 4 .556 5/30/09 Austin Peay State 1 0 1.000 2/28/98 Ball State 3 0 1.000 3/7/01 Baylor 3 0 1.000 3/8/09 3 0 1.000 4/5/05 Belmont Birmingham Southern 6 0 1.000 4/23/08 Bradley 1 0 1.000 3/8/97 Buffalo 1 0 1.000 2/27/04 Brigham Young 1 0 1.000 2/19/09 Cal State-Fullerton 1 1 .500 1/31/03 Cal State-Northridge 2 0 1.000 2/1/03 California 2 3 .400 5/19/07 Centenary 4 0 1.000 3/27/02 Central Florida 0 1 .000 2/28/10 Central Michigan 1 0 1.000 5/20/04 Chattanooga 7 2 .718 5/15/08 Coastal Carolina 2 0 1.000 3/4/06 Connecticut 2 0 1.000 2/24/08 Cornell 1 0 1.000 5/21/04 Creighton 0 1 .000 2/26/05 Delaware State 1 0 1.000 3/3/05 Delta State 1 0 1.000 2/27/97 DePaul 6 2 .750 3/7/10 Detroit-Mercy 1 0 1.000 2/14/98 Drake 4 0 1.000 3/5/06 1 1 .500 2/15/09 East Carolina Eastern Kentucky 3 0 1.000 2/10/06 Evansville 6 0 1.000 2/4/05 Florida 26 18 .591 3/28/10 Florida A&M 1 0 1.000 3/4/99 5 1 .833 4/3/07 Florida Atlantic Florida International 4 1 .800 3/18/10 Florida State 2 2 .500 5/19/07 1 1 .500 3/16/06 Fresno State 28 12 .700 3/14/10 Georgia Georgia State 2 0 1.000 2/28/97 Georgia Southern 4 0 1.000 2/5/05 Georgia Tech 12 3 .800 4/28/10 4 2 .666 5/30/10 Hawaii Hofstra 1 0 1.000 5/22/05 Houston 2 0 1.000 2/12/05 Illinois 3 0 1.000 2/23/08 1 2 .333 5/17/01 Illinois-Chicago 3 0 1.000 2/21/03 Illinois State Indiana 0 1 .000 2/28/99 Indiana State 1 0 1.000 2/24/07 1 1 .500 2/26/10 Iowa Iowa State 1 0 1.000 2/14/98 Jackson State 2 0 1.000 4/3/02 Jacksonville State 13 0 1.000 5/23/09 Kansas 3 2 .600 3/1/03 Kentucky 35 2 .946 3/16/10 Liberty 1 0 1.000 3/9/10 Lipscomb 4 1 .800 5/23/10 Long Beach State 2 0 1.000 5/22/04 Long Island 3 0 1.000 2/17/06 Louisiana-Lafayette 3 2 .600 5/31/08 LSU 27 31 .466 5/15/10 Louisiana Tech 4 0 1.000 3/27/07 Louisville 2 0 1.000 2/13/00 1 0 1.000 2/2/03 Loyola Marymount 4 0 1.000 2/11/06 Marshall 7 1 .875 2/26/10 Maryland 1 1 .500 2/24/01 Massachusetts McNeese State 2 0 1.000 2/13/08 1 0 1.000 2/7/09 Memphis 3 0 1.000 4/17/07 Mercer Michigan 4 7 .363 2/27/10 Michigan State 1 0 1.000 2/16/07 Middle Tennessee 5 0 1.000 2/16/08 1 0 1.000 3/10/00 Minnesota Mississippi 44 2 .957 4/18/10 41 7 .854 5/9/10 Mississippi State 0 1.000 4/13/10 Mississippi Valley State 8 Missouri 4 4 .500 2/14/10 Missouri State 2 0 1.000 2/19/06 Mount St. Mary’s 1 0 1.000 3/4/05 1 1 .500 2/27/10 Nebraska Nevada 1 0 1.000 3/1/08 Nevada-Las Vegas 1 1 .500 2/15/02

RESULT W, 6-2 W, 10-0 (5) W, 12-0 (5) W, 9-0 W, 14-0 W, 9-0 (5) W, 10-2 W, 6-2 W, 9-1 (5) W, 6-5 (9) W, 10-1 W, 6-0 W, 9-1 (5) W, 11-1 (5) W, 6-3 W, 6-0 W, 4-1 W, 3-0 W, 13-1 (5) W, 9-0 (5) L, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 8-0 (6) W, 5-2 W, 8-0 (5) W, 10-0 (5) L, 6-4 W, 9-0 (5) W, 4-3 W, 6-4 W, 15-0 (5) W, 6-0 W, 8-0 (6) W, 9-0 (6) W, 4-0 L, 11-9 W, 6-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 6-3 W, 4-1 W, 13-4 W, 11-2 (5) W, 6-0 W, 13-1 (5) L, 5-4 W, 6-0 W, 5-2 W, 2-0 W, 8-2 W, 5-0 L, 2-0 W, 3-1 W, 5-4 W, 3-2 W, 9-1 (5) W, 9-0 (5) L, 6-4 L, 5-4 W, 10-7 W, 6-0 W, 7-6 W, 5-1 W, 3-1 W, 5-4 W, 15-0 (5) W, 7-6 W, 7-4 W, 10-2 (6) W, 4-1 W, 6-3 W, 21-1 (5) W, 7-2 W, 9-0 (5) L, 4-2 W, 8-0 (5) W, 7-1 W, 2-0 W, 3-1 W,, 6-1 W, 6-1 L, 9-0 (5) W, 6-0 W, 10-1 (6) W, 11-3 (6) W, 5-2 W, 8-2

OPPONENT W L Percentage LAST GAME New Mexico 2 0 1.000 2/15/08 New Mexico State 1 0 1.000 2/14/99 North Carolina 5 0 1.000 2/26/05 North Carolina A&T 1 0 1.000 3/29/97 North Carolina State 2 0 1.000 2/25/07 North Texas 1 0 1.000 2/28/04 Northeastern Illinois 1 1 .500 3/1/98 Northern Iowa 2 0 1.000 2/13/00 Northwestern 4 1 .800 4/11/10 Northwestern State 4 0 1.000 2/7/09 Notre Dame 4 0 1.000 2/14/09 Oakland 1 1 .500 2/28/02 Ohio State 4 2 .666 2/21/10 Oklahoma 4 2 .667 2/21/09 Oklahoma State 3 0 1.000 2/11/07 Oregon 2 1 .667 2/19/09 Oregon State 1 1 .500 2/16/02 Pacific 0 1 .000 2/21/04 Penn State 5 2 .714 2/19/05 Portland State 2 0 1.000 2/29/08 2 0 1.000 2/9/08 Purdue Radford 3 0 1.000 2/17/07 Rhode Island 2 0 1.000 2/19/10 Sam Houston 1 0 1.000 2/12/05 Samford 16 2 .889 4/8/09 San Jose State 2 0 1.000 2/8/04 Seton Hall 2 0 1.000 3/3/07 Siena 2 0 1.000 3/11/98 South Alabama 3 0 1.000 2/16/10 South Carolina 26 16 .619 3/21/10 South Florida 0 2 .000 5/19/01 Southern 1 0 1.000 5/15/03 4 1 .800 2/27/09 Southern Illinois Southern Mississippi 4 2 .667 5/3/06 0 1 .000 2/14/97 Southwest Missouri Stanford 3 2 .600 5/27/06 1 0 1.000 2/20/10 Stetson Syracuse 4 0 1.000 3/14/00 Temple 1 0 1.000 3/6/98 Tennessee 29 14 .674 5/14/10 5 1 .833 5/20/07 Tennessee Tech 3 2 .600 5/17/09 Texas 3 0 1.000 5/28/05 Texas A&M Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2 0 1.000 2/17/01 0 1 .000 2/28/03 Texas-Arlington Texas-San Antonio 2 0 1.000 2/10/07 2 0 1.000 2/10/07 Texas State Texas Tech 1 1 .500 2/17/02 Toledo 2 0 1.000 2/18/07 13 0 1.000 4/20/10 Troy 2 0 1.000 3/16/04 Tulsa UCLA 0 9 .000 2/20/09 Utah 3 2 .600 3/17/06 1 0 1.000 2/20/00 Virginia Tech Washington 1 4 .200 3/7/09 Western Illinois 4 0 1.000 3/12/00 Western Kentucky 4 0 1.000 2/24/07 0 1 .000 3/28/97 Wichita State Winthrop 4 0 1.000 2/25/07 3 1 .750 2/14/09 Wisconsin

RESULT W, 10-2 (5) W, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 12-0 (5) W, 6-0 W, 8-0 (5) W, 9-1 (5) W, 8-0 W, 11-1 (5) W, 12-2 W, 10-0 (5) W, 8-0 (6) W, 7-1 W, 4-3 W, 11-1 (5) W, 5-0 L, 2-1 L, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 8-2 W, 11-0 (5) W, 6-0 W, 17-3 (5) W, 5-2 W, 11-1 W, 5-0 W, 9-1 (5) W, 1-0 W, 6-3 W, 21-1 (5) L, 3-2 W, 10-1 (5) W, 8-0 (5) W, 5-1 L, 3-2 W, 8-7 (8) W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-1 W, 4-3 W, 7-2 W, 7-0 W, 6-5 W, 16-0 (5) L, 4-1 W, 10-3 W, 3-0 W, 7-0 W, 5-1 W, 12-2 W, 4-0 L, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 (8) L 6-0 W, 3-2 W, 7-2 L, 5-4 W, 14-1 (5) W, 8-0 (5)

By Conference ACC: America East: Atlantic 10: Atlantic Sun: Big East: Big South: Big 10: Big 12: Big West: CAA: Conference USA: Ivy League: MAAC: MAC: MCC: MEAC: MWCC: Mountain West: MVC: NEC: OVC: PAC 10: Pacific Coast:

26-6 2-0 8-1 11-2 12-0 15-1 22-15 24-12 6-2 1-0 24-4 1-0 2-0 9-0 6-2 3-0 2-2 6-3 23-3 4-0 18-1 16-30 2-0

SEC: South Atlantic: Southern: Southland: Sunbelt: SWAC: TAAC: WAC: Independents:

304-115 1-1 10-1 10-1 20-2 13-0 25-2 11-2 7-1

ALABAMA


FEBRUARY Hibbett/Easton All-Alabama Softball Classic 11 Samford 12 Alabama A&M 12 Jacksonville State 13 South Alabama 13 Troy Bama Bash 18 Louisville 18 UTSA 19 Syracuse 19 TBD 20 TBD

22

at UAB

USF Fairfield Inn and Suites Tampa Tournament 25 Western Michigan 25 Central Connecticut 26 Missouri 26 Illinois State 27 USF MARCH ESPN Rise Tournament 4 Fordham 4 Louisiana-Lafayette 5 Notre Dame

5 Oregon 6 Virginia 9 at Georgia Tech Easton SEC/ACC Challenge 11 North Carolina 12 Florida State 12 North Carolina Florida State 13 16 AUBURN 16 AUBURN 18 GEORGIA 19 GEORGIA 20 GEORGIA

22 at Tennessee 22 at Tennessee 25 ARKANSAS 26 ARKANSAS 27 ARKANSAS 31 at College of Charleston APRIL 1 2 3 8 9 10 12

at South Carolina at South Carolina at South Carolina at LSU at LSU at LSU at Troy

15 MISSISSIPPI STATE 16 MISSISSIPPI STATE 17 MISSISSIPPI STATE 22 at Florida 23 at Florida 24 at Florida 29 KENTUCKY 30 KENTUCKY MAY 1 KENTUCKY 6 at Mississippi 7 at Mississippi at Mississippi 8 HOME GAMES IN CAPS


FEBRUARY Hibbett/Easton All-Alabama Softball Classic 11 Samford 12 Alabama A&M 12 Jacksonville State 13 South Alabama 13 Troy Bama Bash 18 Louisville 18 UTSA 19 Syracuse 19 TBD 20 TBD

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at UAB

USF Fairfield Inn and Suites Tampa Tournament 25 Western Michigan 25 Central Connecticut 26 Missouri 26 Illinois State 27 USF MARCH ESPN Rise Tournament 4 Fordham 4 Louisiana-Lafayette Notre Dame 5

5 Oregon 6 Virginia 9 at Georgia Tech Easton SEC/ACC Challenge 11 North Carolina 12 Florida State 12 North Carolina Florida State 13 16 AUBURN 16 AUBURN 18 GEORGIA 19 GEORGIA 20 GEORGIA

22 at Tennessee 22 at Tennessee 25 ARKANSAS 26 ARKANSAS 27 ARKANSAS 31 at College of Charleston APRIL 1 2 3 8 9 10 12

at South Carolina at South Carolina at South Carolina at LSU at LSU at LSU at Troy

15 MISSISSIPPI STATE 16 MISSISSIPPI STATE 17 MISSISSIPPI STATE 22 at Florida 23 at Florida 24 at Florida 29 KENTUCKY 30 KENTUCKY MAY 1 KENTUCKY 6 at Mississippi 7 at Mississippi 8 at Mississippi HOME GAMES IN CAPS


FEBRUARY Hibbett/Easton All-Alabama Softball Classic 11 Samford 12 Alabama A&M 12 Jacksonville State 13 South Alabama 13 Troy Bama Bash 18 Louisville 18 UTSA 19 Syracuse 19 TBD 20 TBD

22

at UAB

USF Fairfield Inn and Suites Tampa Tournament 25 Western Michigan 25 Central Connecticut 26 Missouri 26 Illinois State 27 USF MARCH ESPN Rise Tournament 4 Fordham 4 Louisiana-Lafayette Notre Dame 5

5 Oregon 6 Virginia 9 at Georgia Tech Easton SEC/ACC Challenge 11 North Carolina 12 Florida State 12 North Carolina 13 Florida State 16 AUBURN 16 AUBURN 18 GEORGIA 19 GEORGIA 20 GEORGIA

22 at Tennessee 22 at Tennessee 25 ARKANSAS 26 ARKANSAS 27 ARKANSAS 31 at College of Charleston APRIL 1 2 3 8 9 10 12

at South Carolina at South Carolina at South Carolina at LSU at LSU at LSU at Troy

15 MISSISSIPPI STATE 16 MISSISSIPPI STATE 17 MISSISSIPPI STATE 22 at Florida 23 at Florida 24 at Florida 29 KENTUCKY 30 KENTUCKY MAY 1 KENTUCKY 6 at Mississippi 7 at Mississippi 8 at Mississippi HOME GAMES IN CAPS


2011 Softball Guide