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20 2011 011 women’s hillcat softball roster 11 w o m e n ’s h illca at t s oftball r oster

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Name

Pos.

Ht.

Cl.

B/T

Hometown/Previous School

1

Brittany White

OF

5’3

SR

L/R

Ashdown, Ark./Texarkana College

2

Ashlee Dillman

OF

5’4

SO

R/R

Oologah, Okla./Oologah HS

3

Ashlie Fauchier

SS

5’3

SO

L/R

Choctaw, Okla./Choctaw HS

4

Angelina Vines

OF

5’9

SR

R/R

Bartlesville, Okla./Northern College

5

Dina Ortiz

C

5’5

SR

R/R

Monahans, Texas/Midland College

8

Katrina Loy

OF

5’6

SO

R/R

Claremore, Okla./Sequoyah HS

10

Logan Zamora

2B

5’7

SR

R/R

Sun City, Calif./Midland College

11

Kirsten Leppla

UTL

5’4

FR

R/R

Miami, Okla./Wyandotte HS

12

Tanya Koch

C

5’9

SR

R/R

Deer Creek, Okla./Deer Creek HS

13

Katie Bointy

3B

5’9

SR

R/R

Anadarko, Okla./Anadarko HS

15

Taran Threet

UTL

5’6

FR

R/R

Wellston, Okla./Wellston HS

19

Sarah Harvey

2B/3B

5’8

SR

R/R

Sapulpa, Okla./Connors State College

20

Ashley Wailand

P

5’6

JR

R/R

Davenport, Iowa/Muscatine College

22

Shelby Brogdon

1B

5’9

SO

R/R

Forney, Texas/Forney HS

23

Linsey Curtis

1B/3B

5’7

SO

R/R

Collinsville, Okla./Collinsville HS

30

Amanda Edwards

P/1B

6’0

SO

R/R

Trail, British Columbia/Spokane Falls College

Head Coach: Mark Dicus Assistant Coach: Amy Renault Assistant Coach: Jenny Johnson


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RSU at a Glance

Letter from the President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 About RSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4 Hillcat Life Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 2011 Softball Season Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10 Head Softball Coach Bio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Assistant Softball Coaches’ Bios. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Softball Player Bios (Returners) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-16 Softball Player Bios (Newcomers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-18 Hillcat Softball Conference Opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Hillcat Softball Non-Conference Opponents . . . . . . . . . 19 Hillcat Softball 2010 Season in Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 2010 Softball Season Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 2010 Softball Player Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 2010 Softball Statistical Leaders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 2010 Final SAC Standings & Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 RSU Softball Individual Single-Game Records. . . . . . . . 25 RSU Softball Team Single-Game Records . . . . . . . . . . . 25 RSU Softball Individual Single-Season Records. . . . . . . 26 RSU Softball All-Time Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Athletic Administration & Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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Letter from the President Welcome to a new season of exciting RSU Hillcat Softball!

As many of you know, our athletic programs, although just a few years in existence, have experienced tremendous success. The RSU baseball and softball teams performed quite well during the 2010 season, and the attendance and enthusiasm of fans was tremendous.

Since becoming president of this great institution, I have been as impressed by the sportsmanship of our student-athletes as I have the quality of our athletic programs. I also have been impressed by the academic achievements of our student-athletes, who have experienced success in the classroom as well as on the playing field.

We are excited about this season of RSU Softball! Go Hillcats! Dr. Larry Rice

The university is pleased to be part of the Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) - two organizations that place a high priority on promoting healthy values, developing strong character traits, and encouraging academic achievement among all student-athletes. These are values that we share at RSU and impress upon our studentathletes every day.

President Rogers State University

u Meyer Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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About RSU Rogers State University: A Great Oklahoma Higher Education Success Story Rogers State University holds a historic position in the annals of Oklahoma higher education. Since RSU was accredited as a four-year university in 2000, enrollment has increased by more than 75 percent, earning RSU the title of one of Oklahoma's fastestgrowing universities. RSU is a dynamic, progressive university with more than 4,400 students, widely recognized for its high-quality academic programs, distance learning options, and hightechnology learning environment. RSU is the only public four-year, residential university in the Tulsa metropolitan area.

u RSU is the only public four-year, residential university in the Tulsa metropolitan area.

RSU offers a wide variety of bachelor's and associate degrees. Innovative new bachelor's degrees include applied technology, environmental conservation, military history, sport management, and game development. Many students from northeast Oklahoma who plan to attend medical school complete their undergraduate studies through RSU's program in medical/molecular biology. And RSU enjoys a statewide reputation for academic excellence in its nursing program.

Distinguished Academic Achievements RSU received continued accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools without further required evaluation for 10 years - a rarity in higher education in Oklahoma and a major accomplishment achieved by few universities. This is truly a testament to the high academic quality of RSU.

u The RSU nursing program enjoys a statewide reputation for quality.

RSU participates in The Washington Center Internship Program, a nationally recognized program placing students with private, public, and nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C. Students participating in the semesterlong internship earn college credit while they gain "real world" experience within their field of interest and interact with influential leaders and policymakers. RSU is one of only three universities in Oklahoma to participate in this prestigious program. Most RSU faculty members hold doctoral degrees or the highest degrees available in their fields from esteemed institutions across the nation, including Princeton University, Duke University, and the University of Oklahoma.

u The President's Leadership Class (PLC), a four-year scholarship program designed to foster personal and professional development, was designed for RSU students who have demonstrated leadership abilities.

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About RSU The university also boasts an Honors Program, which provides an atmosphere where scholars can challenge themselves academically to maximize their college experience through specialized courses, student/faculty joint research projects, and a strong emphasis on service learning in the community. In addition, the President's Leadership Class (PLC), a four-year scholarship program that fosters personal and professional development, was designed for RSU students who have demonstrated leadership abilities. RSU also offers study abroad programs in Italy, South Korea, and Wales through the University's Studies-atLarge Program. The international study programs provide students with opportunities to see the world, learn about other cultures, and enrich their educational experience.

u Most RSU faculty members hold doctoral degrees or the highest degrees available in their fields from esteemed institutions across the nation.

Growth in Learning Facilities The Centennial Center, which opened in 2009, has become the centerpiece of the main campus in Claremore. This two-level, 50,000-square-foot facility combines student development programs under one roof, serves as a central location for students to study and socialize, and provides a focal point for the RSU campus in Claremore. The facility also offers ballrooms, conference centers, and meeting rooms for the community. A major expansion and renovation of Baird Hall on the Claremore campus was completed in 2010. The new Baird Hall has doubled in size and contains many of the leading-edge features associated with higher learning today, including classrooms equipped with Smart Boards, a performance studio, an art gallery, and an outdoor classroom for learning outdoors on sunny days.

u The state-of-the-art Stratton Taylor Library features large study areas, a coffee bar, and wireless Internet throughout the facility.

The University broke ground in August on a new student apartment community that will double the number of students living on the main campus in Claremore in the fall of 2011. The $11.5 million project will accommodate up to 255 students in a three-level facility, located across the street from the present university apartments. The new 92,991-square-foot complex is located just west of Soldier Field, with a main entrance on Colonel Horne Drive. The state-of-the-art Stratton Taylor Library opened in 2004. The library features distinguished collections, wireless Internet, study areas, reading rooms, computer stations, classrooms, and a coffee bar. u The Centennial Center features a cafĂŠ, bookstore, 24-hour computer lab, student lounge, and recreation area for students. The 50,000-square-foot facility also contains meeting rooms and a ballroom for the community.

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About RSU

u In 2000, Rogers State University was granted accreditation at the baccalaurete level.

A Brief History of RSU RSU was founded in 1909 as Eastern University Preparatory School in Claremore. The school prepared the daughters and sons of area residents to attend college. Historic Preparatory Hall, known for its iconic gold dome, was the first building on the school's campus. However, the school closed only a few years after it opened. Taking its place was the storied Oklahoma Military Academy (OMA), which operated on the Hill from 1919 to 1971. Known as the “West Point of the Southwest,� OMA has an extensive register of graduates who became great leaders, both in military and civilian life. More than 2,500 OMA graduates served in the Armed Forces of the United States during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. More than 100 graduates gave their lives in service to their country.

u RSU is one of Oklahoma's fastest-growing universities.

In 1971, OMA closed and Claremore Junior College opened on the Hill, serving more than 400 students. The junior college grew rapidly in the 1970s, and by the time it was renamed Rogers State College in 1982, the institution boasted a variety of associate degree programs, distance learning capabilities, a new radio and television station, and intercollegiate athletics. In 1999, the Oklahoma Legislature renamed the institution Rogers State University and charged it with seeking accreditation as a four-year university. Accreditation at the baccalaurete level was granted in 2000. Today, RSU is one of Oklahoma's fastest-growing universities, offering a wide variety of bachelor's degree programs to more than 4,400 students on campuses in Claremore, Bartlesville, and Pryor.

u RSU has more than 4,400 students enrolled on campuses in Claremore, Bartlesville, and Pryor.

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Hillcat LIFE Programs

u The core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, servant leadership, and sportsmanship are addressed in the Champions of Character program.

Academic Development The Rogers State University Student-Athlete Academic Development (SAAD) program is designed to support Hillcat athletes as they strive for success in the classroom and reach their educational and career goals. The program provides academic support such as advisement, subject tutors, and learning groups for each RSU student-athlete. Study sessions are designed specifically for each athletic program, and student-athletes are given the opportunity to work with tutors trained in their particular area of academic study. The goal of the SAAD program is to help all athletes grow into responsible adults as they become upperclassmen and take initiative to be personally responsible for their education and their future. The Student-Athlete Academic Development program, led by Dr. Brian Andrew, is there every step of the way for all athletes, to ensure they are pursuing a degree that will support their personal goals and prepare them for life after college.

Hillcat LIFE Programs The Hillcat LIFE programs are designed to promote student-athletes’ success off the field or court. Each year, RSU introduces a variety of programs to enrich the college experience of its student-athletes, helping them avoid potential pitfalls and giving them information useful when making important life decisions. The following are some examples of Hillcat LIFE programs: Etiquette training: Student-athletes are instructed on proper dining habits, dating manners, and courtesies. Each athlete is given a demonstration on the proper etiquette at formal meals. Drug and Alcohol Counseling: Student-athletes are made aware of the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. They are given examples of athletes with promising futures who failed to reach their potential due to drug/alcohol abuse. “It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time…” Seminar: This presentation attempts to enlighten student-athletes about the existing legal realities associated with various acts they likely deem benign and provokes introspection that will lead to more careful decisionmaking. Nutrition Counseling: A nutritionist meets with student-athletes to discuss healthy meal choices and life styles. Athletes are given an overview of different types of foods and how they affect the human body.

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Hillcat LIFE Programs Dangers of Gambling: Student-athletes are warned about the dangers of gambling addictions and also are warned against gambling on collegiate athletics, which is a violation of NAIA and NCAA rules. RSU athletics continues to expand its programs in order to provide a well-rounded education for all Hillcat athletes.

Champions of Character

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Champions of Character program is designed to instill an understanding of character values in sport, and provide practical tools for student-athletes, coaches and parents to use in modeling exemplary character traits. Launched by the NAIA in 2000, the Champions of Character program addresses character issues more comprehensively than any other national program for youth. The program currently reaches hundreds of thousands of students on nearly 300 college and university campuses in North America and extends into their surrounding communities. The NAIA has been informally teaching character development through athletics for decades. The core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, servant leadership, and sportsmanship are addressed comprehensively in the Champions of Character program. The NAIA Champions of Character program is an educational outreach initiative that emphasizes the tenets of character and integrity, not only for NAIA college students, but for younger students, coaches, and parents in our communities. Coaches, parents, administrators, and community partners all have a role in developing students of character. The NAIA Champions of Character program brings them training, guidelines, and behavior models to create positive environments that promote personal growth and fun sport activity.

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2011 Softball Season Outlook Rogers State softball enters the 2011 season with high expectations and a belief that the foundation has been set in the first two years of the Mark Dicus era. The Hillcats notched their fourth consecutive 30-win season in 2010 but were held short of getting their ticket punched to Decatur, Ala. Now with a strong nucleus returning for the 2011 campaign and a shot of energy from key newcomers, the Softball Cats have their eyes on the prize of a NAIA National Tournament berth and a trip to Gulf Shores, Ala. “We expect big things. We start every year with one goal and that’s to get to the National Championship and not just get there but get there and win it,” Dicus said. “If we hold together and continue to improve we’re more than capable of achieving that.”

RETURNERS With nine players returning that started a significant number of games, the Hillcats will bring more experience to every position on the field. Defensively it will all start with Katie Bointy, a four-year member of the Hillcat softball team. The Anadarko, Okla. native is considered to be one of the best defensive players on the team and will play a number of positions in 2011 after spending the majority of the past two seasons at the hot corner. Expected to take over the starting job at third base will be senior Sarah Harvey who missed time last season due to injury. In her junior season Harvey batted .441 with a slugging percentage of .725 and should bring more range to the hot corner defensively. “She is a coach’s dream,” Dicus stated. “She’s hardnosed, takes care of business and doesn’t say much. We predict her to put up big numbers, not to jinx her but she’s a good hitter.” Behind the plate will be a familiar face as Dina Ortiz returns for her senior season after starting 49 games in her first year on the Hill. Ortiz is a strong defender who is expected to become even more of a threat offensively for RSU. After a good preseason at the plate, Logan Zamora could be a surprise as a hitter while returning a good glove at second base. Joining her in the middle infield will be SAC Gold Glove winner and second-team all-conference shortstop Ashlie Fauchier. As a freshman, Fauchier started all 61 contests, recording only 15 errors with a fielding percentage of .945.

u Ashlie Fauchier shortstop

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2011 Softball Season Outlook

u Senior Katie Bointy returns for her fourth season on the hill.

NEWCOMERS

Coach Dicus explained the Choctaw, Okla. native’s first year, “Fauchier, you just can’t say enough about her, for a freshman last year she had an amazing year. She’ll bat in a more natural spot in the two-hole this year and as good as she was last year, I think the move in the line-up will only make her better.”

The list of newcomers for coach Dicus’ team consists of three freshmen, one sophomore and one junior. The new faces in the pitching circle highlight the recruiting class. The coaching staff believes it found a Canadian gem in sophomore pitcher Amanda Edwards. The Trail, British Columbia native is not only a good pitcher but swings a big bat and could be the four-hole in the Hillcat line-up.

Roaming centerfield will be Brittany White, as the Ashdown, Ark. native returns for her second season in Hillcat red and blue. White received first-team all-conference accolades in her junior season and will be the leadoff batter for coach Dicus’ squad in 2011.

As a sophomore at Muscatine Community College, Ashley Wailand finished with a record of 20-1, a 0.50 ERA and 119 strikeouts. The Davenport, Iowa native recorded her first perfect game in her final home game at Muscatine with a victory over Saint Ambrose. The junior will go back and forth with Edwards, but Dicus likes the combination of the two hurlers.

Shelby Brogdon returns to the line-up and will provide her big bat once again. The coaching staff is excited to see the development of Katrina Loy from last season once games get underway. Second-team all-conference selection Linsey Curtis will once again highlight the lineup offensively. In her first season, the Collinsville, Okla. native, was the Hillcats primary designated player, registering a school-record 26 home runs, ranking second in the NAIA, and tallied 80 RBI.

Dicus spoke of his belief in his new hurlers. “I know better than to say this, but already we’re better in the circle than what we were last year. Both of them are incredibly talented and they complement each other well. They both throw a lot of strikes and both pitch to our philosophy. With the defense they’ll have behind them, they’re going to give us a shot to win every day regardless of who we’re playing.”

“A phenomenal year offensively for Linsey, if she did that again it would be amazing,” Dicus exclaimed. “We expect her to be close to those numbers but the numbers she put up were just phenomenal. People are going to pitch around her so it’s going to be about how we protect her this season.”

The freshmen will bring depth to the Hillcats and will play an impact role throughout the season. Kirsten Leppla is a five-tool player according to the coaches while Kristin Blasingame and Taran Threet provide excellent depth as both can play multiple positions.

In all, the Hillcats return 12 players that saw time last season with seven of those players being seniors on the 2011 squad. Four of the 12 players are sophomores that were regular starters in 2010.

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2011 Softball Season Outlook

u Sophomore Linsey Curtis tallied 26 home runs, ranking second in the NAIA, in 2010.

SCHEDULE

EXPECTATIONS

The 2011 schedule features 13 home dates spread over the season including RSU hosting the Border War Tournament for the second consecutive season. The non-conference schedule includes Trevecca Nazarene and Evangel, both of which frequently make the National Tournament. Central Baptist, winners of the National Christian College Athletic Association tournament last season, will face the Hillcats in the Border War Tournament this season.

The Hillcats will look to return to the national rankings after a two-year stint of sitting outside the top 25. But the goal remains the same as it’s been since the start of the program and that’s to make it to the NAIA National Tournament. “My expectations are always high,” Dicus stated emphatically. “We’ve talked as a staff that this is probably the most talented group of kids I’ve ever had. So we’re excited about that. The question will be can we stay healthy, are we going to be our own worst enemy or are we going to play to the level we should.”

The Sooner Athletic Conference adjusted the scheduling format for 2011, adopting divisions within the 10-team softball conference. Each team will play a home-andhome series a doubleheader against its fellow division members while playing against each team in the other division. The Hillcats will play in the same division with Mid-America Christian, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Baptist and Southern Nazarene, playing those teams at the Hillcat Complex and on the road.

“This is a good group,” Dicus said in summation. “They’re not going to surprise anybody. We’d surprise ourselves if we didn’t play well and we didn’t compete.”

The top eight teams will advance to the conference tournament on May 6 and 7 at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.

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Mark Dicus - Head Softball Coach Head Softball Coach Mark Dicus begins his third season at the helm of the Rogers State softball program in 2011. In two seasons on the Hill, Dicus has helped RSU to 66 wins and consecutive fifth-place finishes in the Sooner Athletic Conference. In 2010, four players earned all-conference honors and one was placed on the Sooner Athletic Conference Gold Glove Team. In his first season (2009), Dicus had four players earn all-conference honors and one on the gold glove squad. Highly regarded for his recruiting ability, Dicus has added seven promising newcomers for the 2011 season. Prior to joining the Hillcats, Dicus spent a decade building a championship program at Seminole State College. In his 10 seasons at Seminole, Dicus led the Lady Trojans to a 550-196 overall record, claimed seven conference championships and made four national tournament appearances. He carved his niche as a softball guru during a 13-year run at Dewey High School. Dicus led the Bulldoggers to 13 straight state tournament appearances, reaching the championship game nine times while earning four state titles. He leaped to the college ranks in 1999 when he became the first head softball coach at Seminole State. Dicus won 79 percent (448-118) of his games as the softball coach at DHS and was named the Oklahoma State Coach of the Year four times for his efforts. He was honored as the National Federation Coach of the Year in 1994 and was elected to the Oklahoma High School Fastpitch Coaches Hall of Fame in 2002. Dicus is charged with guiding a Hillcat softball team that has quickly earned national respect and recognition in just four seasons of competition. RSU has achieved three consecutive 30-win seasons, including a program-best 42 victories in 2008. RSU achieved a Top 10 national ranking and defeated the eventual national champion, Lubbock Christian, in 2008 and knocked off national powerhouse Oklahoma City in 2009.

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Amy Renault - Assistant Coach Assistant coach Amy Renault returns for her third year as a member of the RSU coaching staff. Renault returned home to begin her coaching career with the Hillcats in 2009. The Claremore native completed a standout playing career at the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma in 2008. Renault was an all-state selection at Claremore High School and later earned all-conference honors at Connors State College before finishing at USAO. She completed her master’s degree in Sports Administration at East Central University in 2010 and has assumed teaching duties in RSU’s sport management program. Renault’s primary duties for the Hillcats include working with the infielders and coaching first base.

Jenny Johnson - Assistant Coach Assistant coach Jenny Johnson has moved outside the lines following a storied two-year playing career at RSU. Johnson led the Hillcats with her arm and her bat as a senior in 2009, amassing 29 pitching victories and a then school record 14 home runs. She posted a 44-23 record during her two-year career on the Hill. A native of Rohnert Park, Calif., Johnson will guide the RSU battery of pitchers and catchers. She is a 2010 graduate from RSU with a degree in sport management.

u Head Coach Mark Dicus has led the Hillcats to consecutive 30-win seasons in his first two-years on the Hill.

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Softball Player Bios (Returners) Number: 13 Age: 22 B/T: R/R

Class: Senior Height: 5’9 Position: 3B

Hometown: Anadarko, OK High School: Anadarko Previous School: None Major: Justice Administration About: Bointy started in 60 games last season and played in all 61 for the Hillcats in 2010. She was the recipient of the RSU Hillcat Award last season while finishing with six home runs, 18 RBI and also recording two saves as a pitcher. Bointy started 53 games at third base and was named to the SAC Gold Glove team as a sophomore in 2009. She also belted seven home runs and tallied 24 RBI in her second season as a starter at RSU. Bointy was voted RSU’s best defensive player in 2009. She started all 59 games as a freshman in 2008 and tied for second in total bases with 34. Bointy was an all-state selection as a senior at Anadarko High School after posting a .375 batting average and a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage.

Katie

Bointy

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .277 148 9

3B 0

Number: 22 Age: 19 B/T: R/R

Class: Sophomore Height: 5’9 Position: 1B

HR 6

R 27

RBI 18

Hometown: Forney, TX High School: Forney Previous School: None Major: Sport Management About: Brogdon registered 14 home runs in her first season on the Hill. As a freshman she also knocked in 33 RBI while starting 43 games at first base. She put up big numbers as a senior at Forney High School, earning first team all-district accolades in 2009. She hit .425 with 21 doubles, four homers and 51 RBI to lead FHS to an undefeated district record. Brogdon also earned academic all-state honors and said she chose RSU because “it’s a great campus and the athletics are good.”

Shelby

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .336 134 4

3B 0

Number: 23 Age: 20 B/T: R/R

Class: Sophomore Height: 5’7 Position: 1B/3B

HR 14

R 20

RBI 33

Brogdon

Hometown: Collinsville, OK High School: Collinsville Previous School: None Major: Business Management About: Curtis broke the school record for home runs her first season on the Hill, blasting 26 on the season and finishing second in the nation. She also totaled 80 RBI while batting .365 as a freshman, being named second-team Sooner Athletic Conference. Curtis signed with the Hillcats following a standout prep career at Collinsville High School. She hit .522 as a senior for the Lady Cardinals and was named all-district, all-region and all-state. Curtis amassed 71 hits, including 13 doubles and 11 home runs in 2008 and was selected as the conference player of the year. She said she chose RSU because “it’s close to home, has great facilities and I’ve heard a lot of positive things about it.”

Linsey

Curtis

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .365 181 10

3B 0

HR 26

R 47

13

RBI 80


Softball Player Bios (Returners) Number: 2 Age: 19 B/T: R/R

Class: Sophomore Height: 5’4 Position: OF

Hometown: Oologah, OK High School: Oologah Previous School: None Major: Geology About: Dillman played in 38 contests, starting four, in her freshman season at RSU. Dillman joined the RSU program after completing a four-year career at Oologah High School in 2008. She earned Tulsa 7 Conference honorable mention accolades as a senior and was a three-time recipient of the OSSAA Academic Achievement award. Dillman said she chose RSU because “it’s close to home and allows me the opportunity to continue playing softball.” 2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .000 5 0

3B 0

Number: 3 Age: 20 B/T: L/R

Class: Sophomore Height: 5’3 Position: SS

HR 0

R 7

RBI 0

Ashlee

Dillman

Hometown: Choctaw, OK High School: Choctaw Previous School: None Major: Elementary Education About: Fauchier earned second-team all-Sooner Athletic Conference accolades and was named to the SAC Gold Glove team in her freshman season. The Choctaw, Okla. native was named RSU’s Best Defensive Player for the 2010 season with a fielding percentage of .945 as a shortstop. She batted .362 with 15 RBI and 23 steals. Fauchier signed with the Hillcats following a standout prep career at Choctaw High School. She hit .464 with five doubles and six triples to lead the Lady Jackets to a regional championship. Fauchier was named all-conference and all-state and said she chose RSU because “I fell in love with the campus and the coach.”

Ashlie

Fauchier

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .362 199 6

3B 1

Number: 19 Age: 21 B/T: R/R

Class: Senior Height: 5’8 Position: 2B/3B

HR 0

R 50

RBI 15

Hometown: Sapulpa, OK High School: Sapulpa Previous School: Connors State College Major: Molecular Biology About: Harvey’s junior season was hampered by injuries, but she still managed to hit .441 in 102 at bats with six home runs and 36 RBI. In her first season on the Hill she had a slugging percentage of .725. Harvey transferred from Connors State College to Rogers State following her sophomore season. She was named an NJCAA All-American in 2009 after hitting .437 with 12 home runs for the Cowgirls. Harvey was an all-state selection following her senior season at Sapulpa High School. She was named to the President’s Honor Roll last year and was inducted into the sorority Alpha Chi. Harvey enjoys fishing and said she chose RSU because “it’s a good school and the opportunity to win a championship.”

Sarah

Harvey

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .441 102 11

3B 0

HR 6

R 32

14

RBI 36


Softball Player Bios (Returners) Number: 12 Age: 21 B/T: R/R

Class: Senior Height: 5’9 Position: C

Hometown: Edmond, OK High School: Deer Creek Previous School: None Major: Sport Management About: Koch battled injury most of the 2010 campaign, seeing action in only a third of the Hillcats contests. She got the start in seven games as a junior and had a perfect fielding percentage behind the plate. As a sophomore, Koch improved her batting average by nearly 100 points and was the Hillcats primary catcher in 2009. She hit .279 and cranked four home runs with 14 RBI. Koch threw out 62 percent of would-be base stealers and posted a .979 fielding percentage behind the plate. She made 52 starts for RSU during her freshman season in 2008. Koch earned all-state honors as a prep after leading Edmond Deer Creek High School to the state semi-finals. Koch helped Deer Creek claim four consecutive district titles and a state championship in 2003.

Tanya

Koch

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .083 12 0

3B 0

Number: 8 Age: 20 B/T: R/R

Class: Sophomore Height: 5’6 Position: OF

HR 0

R 0

RBI 0

Hometown: Claremore, OK High School: Sequoyah Previous School: None Major: Business Management About: Loy hit .275 in her first season on the Hill, playing in 46 games as a freshman. She started in 26 contests, knocking in 12 RBI and blasting two home runs in 2010. Loy leaned on her hometown roots when signing with the Hillcats after starring at Claremore Sequoyah High School for four years. She was named all-conference and offensive player of the year after posting a .480 batting average and leading the Lady Eagles to a regional championship in 2008. Loy said she chose RSU because “I’ve always wanted to play for my hometown team and it was the all-around best choice.”

Katrina

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .275 69 5

3B 0

Number: 5 Age: 22 B/T: R/R

Class: Senior Height: 5’5 Position: C

HR 2

R 13

RBI 12

Loy

Hometown: Monahans, TX High School: Monahans Previous School: Midland College Major: Justice Administration About: Ortiz spent most of her first season as the Hillcats primary catcher, starting 49 games. She hit .314 and had a fielding percentage of .966 from behind the plate. Ortiz joined the RSU softball program following a two-year stint at Midland College. She helped Midland to a conference championship in 2009 and a conference runner-up finish in 2008. Ortiz was an all-state selection and earned academic all-district honors as a senior at Monahans High School. Ortiz enjoys dancing and singing but confesses to being horrible at both. The senior backstop also has a love for icee’s. She said she chose RSU because “they have a great academic program and the great athletic program is icing on the cake.”

Dina

Ortiz

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .314 51 3

3B 0

HR 0

R 6

15

RBI 4


Softball Player Bios (Returners) Number: 4 Age: 22 B/T: R/R

Class: Senior Height: 5’9 Position: OF

Hometown: Bartlesville, OK High School: Bartlesville Previous School: Northern OK-Tonkawa Major: Business About: Vines played in 49 games in her first season on the Hill in 2010. She hit .200 and had 16 runs as a key pinch runner in her junior season. Vines came to the Hill after roaming the outfield for the previous two seasons for Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa. She helped NOC to the Region II Tournament semifinals in 2008 and 2009. Vines lettered in softball, basketball, and track for three consecutive years at Bartlesville High School and said she chose RSU because “the softball program is very good and growing, to get a good education and it’s close to home.”

Angelina

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .200 5 0

3B 0

Number: 1 Age: 21 B/T: L/R

Class: Senior Height: 5’3 Position: OF

HR 0

R 16

RBI 0

Vines

Hometown: Ashdown, AR High School: Ashdown Previous School: Texarkana Junior College Major: Criminal Justice About: White was named first-team all-Sooner Athletic Conference in her first season at RSU. She also tallied career highs in doubles with 11 and batting average with a .397 mark in 2010. As a junior, White stole 31 bases, knocked in 24 RBI and tallied 42 runs. White signed with the Hillcats after starring for two seasons at Texarkana Junior College. She hit .383 as a sophomore in 2009 and swiped 29 bases in 31 attempts. White helped Texarkana to a conference championship and was named second team all-region. The Ashdown, Ark. native enjoys watching Days of Our Lives and The Closer. She said she chose RSU because “of the great education I can receive and the great softball program they have.”

Brittany

White

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .397 184 11

3B 3

Number: 10 Age: 22 B/T: R/R

Class: Senior Height: 5’7 Position: 2B

HR 0

R 42

RBI 24

Hometown: Sun City, CA High School: Linfield Christian Previous School: Midland College Major: Sociology About: Zamora hit .235 in her first season as a Hillcat in 2010. She started in 44 games and played in 52 as a junior on the Hill. As the primary second baseman, Zamora had a fielding percentage of .950. Zamora joined the RSU softball program after spending the previous two years at Midland College. She hit .306 as a sophomore in 2009 with two home runs and 21 RBI. Zamora contributed to Midland’s conference championship in 2009 and earned all-conference academic honors in 2008 and 2009. She said she chose RSU “because it’s a great program with great coaches.”

Logan

2010 Statistics AVG. AB 2B .235 51 3

3B 1

HR 0

R 6

Zamora

16

RBI 6


Softball Player Bios (Newcomers) Number: 30 Age: 19 B/T: R/R

Class: Sophomore Height: 6’0 Position: RHP

Hometown: Trail, British Columbia High School: Rossland Secondary School Previous School: Spokane Falls Community College Major: Nursing About: Edwards comes to the Hill after one year at Spokane Falls Community College. The native of Trail, British Columbia finished the 2010 season with a record of 7-5 with a 2.72 ERA in 82.1 innings pitched. At the plate she hit .367 with seven home runs and 38 RBI. She was named to the Eastern Region Second-Team in 2010 and earned the distinction of Spokane Falls CC Scholar Athlete of the Month for April with a 3.76 GPA. She said she chose RSU because “I wanted to play for a more competitive program and receive a quality education at the same time.”

Amanda

Edwards

Number: 11 Age: 19 B/T: R/R

Class: Freshman Height: 5’4 Position: UTL

Hometown: Miami, OK High School: Wyandotte Previous School: None Major: Accounting About: Leppla comes to the Hillcats following an excellent career at Wyandotte High School. As a senior, Leppla hit .500 with 41 RBI and 16 steals while being named all-conference, conference MVP and all-state while leading the team to a district championship. She helped Wyandotte to a district championship in her junior season while being named all-conference shortstop after hitting .495 with 20 doubles, 23 RBI and 13 steals. Leppla said she chose RSU “to win a national title and to get a good education.”

Kirsten

Leppla

Number: 15 Age: 19 B/T: R/R

Class: Freshman Height: 5’6 Position: UTL

Hometown: Wellston, OK High School: Wellston Previous School: None Major: Business About: Threet signed with RSU after a successful high school career at Wellston. She was named all-region, all-conference, team MVP and was awarded the team hitting award while leading Wellston to a district championship her senior season. She was also named to the slow pitch all-state team. Her senior season she batted .484 with 11 triples and 24 steals. Threet said she chose RSU “because of the beautiful campus and their great softball program.”

Taran

Threet

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Softball Player Bios (Newcomers) Number: 20 Age: 21 B/T: R/R

Class: Junior Height: 5’6 Position: RHP

Hometown: Davenport, IA High School: Davenport North Previous School: Muscatine College Major: Criminal Justice About: Wailand comes to the Hill following a spectacular two-year career at Muscatine Community College. She had an outstanding 20-1 record with a 0.50 ERA and 119 strikeouts in 183 innings pitched as a sophomore. Wailand was named Region XI Pitcher of the Year, D1 Softball First-Team All-Region, and 2010 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American Third Team. In her final home game at Muscatine Community College on April 26, 2010, Wailand threw her first perfect game vs. Saint Ambrose. As a freshman she posted a 1.90 ERA with 68 strikeouts and a 16-4 record. She said she chose RSU “because I liked the environment and the coaches.”

Ashley

Wailand

u Senior Logan Zamora returns for her senior season after starting in 44 games last season.

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Hillcat Baseball Conference Opponents

Lubbock Christian University Home: N/A

Away: 3/26/11

Mid-America Christian Home: 4/16/11

Northwestern Oklahoma State

Away: 3/3/11

Home: 4/2/11

Away: 4/12/11

Oklahoma Baptist University Home: 3/22/11

Away: 4/21/11

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Location: Alva, Oklahoma

Location: Shawnee, Oklahoma

Founded: 1957

Founded: 1953

Founded: 1887

Founded: 1906

Enrollment: 2,000

Enrollment: 1,180

Enrollment: 2,310

Enrollment: 1,700

Mascot: Chaparrals “Chaps”

Mascot: Evangels

Mascot: Rangers

Mascot: Bison

Colors: Blue & White

Colors: Red, Black & White

Colors: Red & Black

Colors: Green & Gold

President: Dr. L. Ken Jones

President: Dr. John D. Fozard

President: Dr. Janet Cunningham

President: Dr. David Whitlock

Athletic Director: Paul Hise

Athletic Director: Willey Holley

Athletic Director: Bob Battisti

Athletic Director: Dr. Norris Russell

AD Phone: 806-720-7276

AD Phone: 405-692-3141

AD Phone: 580-327-8632

AD Phone: 405-878-2132

SID: Chris Due

SID: Levi Convirs

SID: Ryan Hintergardt

SID: Ray Fink

SID Phone: 806-720-7283

SID Phone: 405-692-3140

SID Phone: 580-327-8639

SID Phone: 405-878-2108

SID Fax: 806-720-7290

SID Fax: 405-692-3171

SID Fax: 580-327-8669

SID Fax: 405-878-2152

Website: www.lcuchaps.edu

Website: www.macuathletics.com

Website: www.nwosu.edu/athletics

Website: www.obubison.com

Head Coach: Daren Hays

Head Coach: Jerald Lewis

Head Coach: Tere Webber

Head Coach: Pam Fink

Last Year's Record: SAC 29-3 ; Overall 54-7

Last Year's Record: SAC 8-26; Overall 19-32

Last Year's Record: SAC 18-16; Overall 33-23

Last Year's Record: SAC 16-20; Overall 29-25

Southern Nazarene University

St. Gregory's University

Oklahoma Christian University Home: N/A

Away: 3/24/11

Oklahoma City University Home: 4/30/11

Away: 5/3/11

Home: 4/2/11

Away: 4/12/11

Home: N/A

Away: 3/29/11

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Location: Bethany, Oklahoma

Location: Shawnee, Oklahoma

Founded: 1950

Founded: 1904

Founded: 1899

Founded: 1875

Enrollment: 2,228

Enrollment: 3,688

Enrollment: 2,050

Enrollment: 800

Mascot: Eagles

Mascot: Stars

Mascot: Crimson Storm

Mascot: Cavaliers

Colors: Maroon, Silver, Tan, Black, & White

Colors: Royal Blue & White

Colors: Crimson & White

Colors: Red, Blue & White

President: Dr. Mike O'Neil

President: Dr. Tom McDaniel

President: Dr. Loren Gresham

President: Lawrence Stasyszen

Athletic Director: Curtis Janz

Athletic Director: Jim Abbott

Athletic Director: Bobby Martin

Athletic Director: Don Summer

AD Phone: 405-425-5358

AD Phone: 405-208-5301

AD Phone: 405-491-6627

AD Phone: 405-878-2154

SID: Josh Wayland

SID: Rich Tortorelli

SID: David Noblett

SID: Todd Eilert

SID Phone: 405-425-5363

SID Phone: 405-208-5304

SID Phone: 405-255-2517

SID Phone: 405-878-5122

SID Fax: 405-425-5351

SID Fax: 405-208-5816

SID Fax: 405-491-6387

SID Fax: 405-878-5198

Website: www.oceagles.com

Website: www.ocusports.com

Website: sports.snu.edu

Website: www.stgregorys.edu/html/athletics.php

Head Coach: Tom Heath

Head Coach: Phil McSpadden

Head Coach: Tere Webber

Head Coach: Heather Shanahan

Last Year's Record: SAC 15-21; Overall 26-29

Last Year's Record: SAC 31-5; Overall 45-14

Last Year's Record: SAC 18-16; Overall 33-23

Last Year's Record: SAC 19-16; Overall 29-21

NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

University of Science and Arts Home: N/A

Away: 4/5/11

Bacone College www.athletics.bacone.edu

Langston University www.lunet.edu/sports/lu_athletics

Bryan College www.bryanlions.com

Okla. Wesleyan www.okwu.edu/athletics

Grand View www.gvvikings.com/

Trevecca Nazarene www.tnutrojans.com/

Location: Chickasha, Oklahoma Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 1,087 Mascot: Drovers Colors: Green & Gold President: Dr. John Fever Athletic Director: Brisco McPherson AD Phone: 405-574-1249 SID: Jessica Jackson SID Phone: 405-574-1210 SID Fax: 405-574-1377 Website: www.usao.edu/sports Head Coach: Jenn White-Cody Last Year's Record: SAC 7-29; Overall 16-36

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Hillcat Softball 2010 Season in Review The 2010 season might be best remembered for a youth movement. The RSU roster was void of seniors and sophomores. New faces stepped up in a big way and left a lasting mark on the softball record books. Collinsville, Okla. native Linsey Curtis came out swinging her freshman season and burst on to the national scene, finishing second in the NAIA in home runs with 26. Curtis’ home run mark shattered the school record set just a year prior by Jenny Johnson with 14 that season. As the designated player for most of the season, Curtis also broke school single-season records for RBI, slugging percentage and total bases. Curtis was named SAC Player of the Week for March 8-14 after posting four home runs and 12 RBI. u The Hillcats went 11-3 to open the 2010 season led by Head Coach Mark Dicus.

Junior centerfielder Brittany White registered a school record 73 hits on the season, breaking the previous mark set by Megan Wood during the 2009 season. The Ashdown, Ark. native also broke school records for batting average with a .397 clip and stolen bases with 31.

In the second season of the Mark Dicus era, the Rogers State softball team reached the 30 win plateau for the fourth consecutive season on the way to a fifth place finish in the Sooner Athletic Conference standings.

Nine players that started a significant number of games in the 2010 season are expected to return for the 2011 campaign. The 2011 roster is slated to return 12 players that saw playing time. Seven of the 12 will be seniors in 2011 while the other five will be sophomores. Four of the sophomores were regular starters in Coach Dicus’ lineup.

It was a rough start for the Hillcats as they started with four wins in the first seven games of the season before reeling off a seven game winning streak, including sweeping Oklahoma Baptist at home. A loss to Williams Baptist broke the streak, but the Cats picked right back up and went on a six-game run to finish the early part of the season with a 21-5 record. Rogers State was able to claim a 7-1 victory over No. 3 Lubbock Christian at the Hillcat Complex on March 26, 2010. The Cats were unable to build upon the victory over the Lady Chaparrals, but rather went on a seven game skid, being swept by Southern Nazarene and Oklahoma Christian on the road and Oklahoma City at home. The Hillcats hosted the Border War, RSU’s first ever round-robin tournament at the Hillcat Complex in early April. RSU went 5-1 as the host team and claimed the first ever Border War title. With victories over Bacone College, Kansas Wesleyan and Culver Stockton and two wins over Tabor College, the softball Cats not only claimed the tournament title, but completed a 10-game stretch from April 9-13 with a record of 9-1. Coach Dicus’ squad finished out the 2010 campaign being swept in Oklahoma City by the Stars and then losing to Southern Nazarene and Northwestern Oklahoma State in the SAC tournament to finish the season 35-26, 16-19 in conference play.

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2010 Softball Season Results Date 02/16/10 02/16/10 02/19/10 02/19/10 02/19/10 02/20/10 02/20/10 02/27/10 02/27/10 02/28/10 02/28/10 03/02/10 03/02/10 03/05/10 03/05/10 03/05/10 03/06/10 03/06/10 03/09/10 03/09/10 03/10/10 03/10/10 03/12/10 03/12/10 03/23/10 03/23/10 03/26/10 03/26/10 03/29/10 03/29/10 03/30/10 03/30/10 04/01/10 04/01/10 04/06/10 04/06/10 04/09/10 04/09/10 04/09/10 04/10/10 04/10/10 04/10/10 04/12/10 04/12/10 04/13/10 04/13/10 04/20/10 04/20/10 04/22/10 04/22/10 04/24/10 04/24/10 04/27/10 04/27/10 04/29/10 04/29/10 05/04/10 05/04/10 05/04/10 05/07/10 05/07/10

Opponent Bacone College Bacone College Houston-Victoria Graceland Evangel Missouri Valley College Houston-Victoria Grand View Evangel Grand View Grand View Oklahoma Baptistu Oklahoma Baptistu Mid-Continent Williams Baptist College Baker Lambuth Bacone College Mid-America Christianu Mid-America Christianu USAOu USAOu William Penn Lyon College Northwestern OK Stateu Northwestern OK Stateu Lubbock Christianu Lubbock Christianu Southern Nazareneu Southern Nazareneu Oklahoma Christianu Oklahoma Christianu Oklahoma Cityu Oklahoma Cityu Oklahoma Baptistu Oklahoma Baptistu Bacone College Tabor College Evangel Kansas Wesleyan Culver-Stockton College Tabor College USAOu USAOu Mid-America Christianu Mid-America Christianu Northwestern Oklahomau Northwestern Oklahomau St. Gregory'su St. Gregory'su Oklahoma Christianu Oklahoma Christianu Southern Nazareneu Southern Nazareneu Lubbock Christianu Lubbock Christianu St. Gregory'su Oklahoma Cityu Oklahoma Cityu Southern Nazarenev Northwestern OK Statev

H/A/N A A N N N N N H H H H H H A A H H N H H A A A A A A H H A A A A H H A A H H H H H H H H A A H H A A H H H H A A N A A N N

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

Result W L L W W W L W W W W W W W L W W W W W W L W W W W L W L L L L L L L W W W L W W W W W W L W L W L L L L W L L W L L L L

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

u denotes conference game | v denotes conference tournament game

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Season Totals Overall: Conference: Non-Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: One-run games: February: March: April: May: Longest Win Streak: Longest Losing Streak:

35-26 15-18 20-8 20-8 10-14 5-4 7-5 8-3 14-7 12-12 1-4 7 7


2010 Softball Player Stats BATTING STATS Name Harvey, Sarah White, Brittany Hernandez, Taryn Curtis, Linsey Fauchier, Ashlie Brogdon, Shelby Ford, Jordan Ortiz, Dina Coats, Tye Gaudet, Marie Bointy, Katie Loy, Katrina Patterson, Jodi Zamora, Logan Vines, Angelina Koch, Tanya McCallister, Melanie Dillman, Ashlee

GP 32 59 53 58 61 56 34 54 41 38 61 46 52 52 49 23 6 38

Total: Opponents:

61 61

Record: 35-26-0

Home: 20-8-0

Score by Innings Opponents Rogers State University

GS 32 58 47 56 61 43 17 49 38 38 60 26 32 44 0 7 1 4

AVG 0.441 0.397 0.379 0.365 0.362 0.336 0.316 0.314 0.311 0.289 0.277 0.275 0.255 0.235 0.200 0.083 0.000 0.000

AB 102 184 140 181 199 134 57 51 106 121 148 69 102 51 5 12 2 5

R 32 42 42 47 50 20 12 6 10 21 27 13 20 6 16 0 3 7

H 45 73 53 66 72 45 18 16 33 35 41 19 26 12 1 1 0 0

2B 11 11 7 10 6 4 3 3 4 8 9 5 5 3 0 0 0 0

3B 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

HR 6 0 15 26 0 14 1 0 3 4 6 2 4 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 36 24 42 80 15 33 5 4 21 23 18 12 18 6 0 0 0 0

TB 74 90 105 154 80 91 24 19 46 55 68 30 43 17 1 1 0 0

SLG% 0.725 0.489 0.750 0.851 0.402 0.679 0.421 0.373 0.434 0.455 0.459 0.435 0.422 0.333 0.200 0.083 0.000 0.000

BB 6 7 15 12 19 19 8 3 3 5 15 6 6 7 1 2 0 0

HBP 1 3 2 4 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

SO 5 17 20 47 29 16 7 12 8 25 23 17 16 17 3 5 1 3

GDP 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

OB% 0.468 0.428 0.440 0.416 0.425 0.418 0.418 0.352 0.327 0.315 0.345 0.342 0.313 0.322 0.333 0.214 0.000 0.000

SF 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

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

SB 8 31 1 5 23 0 3 0 0 11 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 1

SBA 8 38 1 5 27 0 3 1 0 11 4 2 3 2 2 0 0 1

0.333 0.315

1669 1658

374 302

556 522

89 65

5 6

81 44

337 266

898 731

0.538 0.441

134 117

20 8

271 168

9 27

0.388 0.361

9 9

57 49

93 30

108 50

B/Avg 0.291 0.333 0.338 0.600

WP 19 0 4 2

HBP 3 1 4 0

BK 0 0 0 0

SFA 3 1 4 1

SHA 28 1 20 0

25 32

8 20

0 0

9 9

49 58

1 55 81

Away: 10-16-0 2 20 40

3 63 75

Neutral: 5-2-0

4 60 46

5 48 48

6 26 45

Conference: 15-18-0 7 21 30

8 4 4

9 5 3

10 0 2

11 0 1

12 -

R 302 375

PITCHING STATS Name Coats, Tye Bointy, Katie Hernandez, Taryn Curtis, Linsey

ERA 3.36 4.45 4.46 37.80

W L 19 12 0 1 16 12 0 1

GP 40 4 31 2

Total: Opponents:

4.01 5.68

35 26 26 35

61 61

GS 38 2 20 1

CG 26 1 17 0

SHO 2 0 1 0

CBO 2 1 1 0

SV 0 0 0 0

IP 214.1 11.0 169.2 1.2

H 252 16 248 6

R 144 12 135 11

ER 103 7 108 9

BB 62 7 40 8

SO 114 1 53 0

2B 30 4 30 1

3B 2 1 3 0

HR 16 0 28 0

TBF 962 58 802 19

44 34

3 4

4 2

0 1

396.2 390.2

522 556

302 375

227 317

117 134

168 272

65 89

6 5

44 81

1841 0.315 1896 0.333

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2010 Softball Statistical Leaders OFFENSE Hits Brittany White – 73 Ashlie Fauchier – 72 Linsey Curtis – 66

Doubles Sarah Harvey – 11 Brittany White – 11 Linsey Curtis – 10

Slugging Pct. Linsey Curtis - .851 Taryn Hernandez - .750 Sarah Harvey - .725

Stolen Bases Brittany White – 31 Ashlie Fauchier – 23 Marie Gaudet – 11

Runs Ashlie Fauchier – 50 Linsey Curtis – 47 Brittany White – 42 Taryn Hernandez – 42

Triples Brittany White – 3 Ashlie Fauchier – 1 Logan Zamora – 1

At Bats Ashlie Fauchier – 199 Brittany White – 184 Linsey Curtis – 181

Strikeouts Linsey Curtis – 47 Ashlie Fauchier – 29 Marie Gaudet – 25

Home Runs Linsey Curtis – 26 Taryn Hernandez – 15 Shelby Brogdon – 14

Total Bases Linsey Curtis – 154 Taryn Hernandez – 105 Shelby Brogdon – 91

Hit-by-pitch Linsey Curtis – 4 (3 others tied at 3)

Walks Ashlie Fauchier – 19 Shelby Brogdon – 19 (2 tied at 15)

SAC Flies Sarah Harvey – 2 Taryn Hernandez – 2 (5 others tied at 1)

On Base Pct. Sarah Harvey - .468 Taryn Hernandez - .440 Brittany White - .428

SAC Bunts Ashlie Fauchier – 10 Katie Bointy – 8 Brittany White – 7

Complete Games Tye Coats – 26 Taryn Hernandez – 17

Losses Tye Coats – 12 Taryn Hernandez – 12

Wild Pitches Tye Coats –19 Taryn Hernandez – 4

Appearances Tye Coats – 40 Taryn Hernandez – 31

Walks Tye Coats – 62 Taryn Hernandez – 40

Hit-by-pitch Taryn Hernandez – 4 Tye Coats – 3

Wins Tye Coats – 19 Taryn Hernandez – 16

HR Allowed Taryn Hernandez – 28 Tye Coats – 16

Game Starts Tye Coats – 38 Taryn Hernandez – 20

Average (min. 2 AB/per team game) Brittany White - .397 Taryn Hernandez - .379 Linsey Curtis - .365 RBI Linsey Curtis – 80 Taryn Hernandez – 42 Sarah Harvey – 36

Games Started Ashlie Fauchier – 61 Katie Bointy – 60 Brittany White – 58

PITCHING ERA (min. 10 appearances) Tye Coats – 3.36 Taryn Hernandez – 4.46 Innings Pitched Tye Coats – 214.1 Taryn Hernandez – 169.2 Strikeouts Tye Coats – 114 Taryn Hernandez – 53 Opp. Batting Average (min. 10 appearances) Tye Coats - .291 Taryn Hernandez - .338

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2010 Final SAC Standings & Awards FINAL STANDINGS School

SAC

Lubbock Christian Oklahoma City Saint Gregory's Southern Nazarene Rogers State Oklahoma Baptist Northwestern Oklahoma Christian MACU USAO

29-3 31-5 19-16 18-16 16-19 16-20 16-20 15-21 8-26 7-29

Overall .906 .861 .543 .529 .457 .444 .444 .417 .235 .194

54-7 45-14 29-21 33-23 35-26 29-25 28-27 26-29 19-32 16-36

.885 .763 .580 .589 .574 .537 .509 .473 .373 .308

SEASON AWARDS All-Conference Brittany White Linsey Curtis Ashlie Fauchier Taryn Hernandez

All-Conference Gold Glove 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team Honorable Mention

Ashlie Fauchier:

SS

24

GB

Streak

--11.5 12.0 14.5 15.0 15.0 16.0 22.0 24.0

Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 7 Lost 1 Lost 4 Won 9 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2


RSU Softball Individual Single-Game Records OFFENSE HITS 4 – Sara Walkup – 5/2/08 vs. Northwestern OK State (5 others with 4)

DOUBLES 2 – Sara Walkup – 5/2/08 vs. Northwestern OK State (13 others with 2)

TOTAL BASES 10 – Natalie Smith – 2/17/09 vs. Bacone 10 – Taryn Hernandez – 3/12/10 vs. Lyon College

RUNS SCORED 4 – Kellie Dunagan – 3/28/08 vs. Lubbock Christian (2 others with 4)

TRIPLES 2 – Katie Bointy – 4/20/08 vs. Hannibal-LaGrange

STEALS 4 – Lilly Nevarez – 3/30/08 vs. Haskell University

HOME RUNS 2 – Somer Dykes – 3/27/06 vs. University of St. Mary (12 others with 2)

AT BATS 5 – Megan Wood – 5/2/08 vs. Northwestern OK State (13 others tied with 5)

RUNS BATTED IN 6 – Somer Dykes – 3/27/06 vs. University of St. Mary (3 others with 6)

HIT FOR THE CYCLE None

PITCHING INNINGS PITCHED HIT BATTERS 11.0 – Taryn Hernandez – 4/20/10 vs. Northwestern OK 3 – Bridgett Stewart – 4/14/06 vs. Oklahoma City State WILD PITCHES STRIKEOUTS 5 – Kelli Dunagan – 4/24/07 vs. Arkansas Tech 16 – Amanda Hanner – 3/14/06 vs. Friends University SCORELESS INNINGS WALKS 9.0 – Jenny Johnson – 2/17/09 vs. Bacone 8 – Linsey Curtis – 4/29/10 vs. Lubbock Christian

EARNED RUNS ALLOWED 11 – Bridgett Stewart – 2/9/06 vs. Arkansas Tech 11 – Taryn Hernandez – 4/29/10 vs. Lubbock Christian RUNS ALLOWED 15 – Jenny Johnson – 4/21/09 vs. Oklahoma Christian HITS ALLOWED 17 – Tye Coats – 3/30/10 vs. Oklahoma Christian

DEFENSE ERRORS 3 – Randi Tyler – 3/11/08 vs. Southern Nazarene (6 others tied with 3)

PUTOUTS ASSISTS 16 – Somer Dykes – 3/14/06 vs. Friends University 8 – Sarah Harvey – 2/19/10 vs. Houston-Victoria 16 – Marie Gaudet – 4/28/09 vs. Northwestern OK State 8 – Ashlie Fauchier – 3/26/10 vs. Lubbock Christian 16 – Shelby Brogdon – 4/20/10 vs. Northwestern OK State

RSU Softball Team Single-Game Records OFFENSE RUNS SCORED 17 – 2/20/10 vs. Missouri Valley College

DOUBLES 8 – 2/16/06 vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan

HITS 16 – 3/10/09 vs. Evangel 16 – 3/6/10 vs. Lambuth University

TRIPLES 3 – 4/20/08 vs. Hannibal-LaGrange

HOME RUNS 5 – 4/4/09 vs. Illinois-Springfield 5 – 3/5/09 vs. Northwestern OK State 5 – 2/19/10 vs. Evangel University 5 – 3/6/10 vs. Lambuth University STOLEN BASES 13 – 3/30/08 vs. Haskell University

PITCHING WILD PITCHES 8 – 4/24/07 vs. Arkansas Tech

SCORELESS INNINGS 9 – 2/17/09 vs. Bacone

HITS ALLOWED 18 – 2/26/09 vs. Oklahoma City

DEFENSE ERRORS 8 – 4/22/06 vs. Northwestern Oklahoma State

RUNS ALLOWED 16 – 2/9/06 vs. Arkansas Tech

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RSU Softball Individual Single-Season Records OFFENSE HITS 73 – Brittany White (2010)

HOME RUNS 26 – Linsey Curtis (2010)

STOLEN BASES 31 – Brittany White (2010)

RUNS 53 – Lillian Nevarez (2009)

WALKS 27 - Randi Tyler (2008)

STRIKEOUTS 47 – Linsey Curtis (2010)

BATTING AVERAGE .397 – Brittany White (2010)

ON BASE PCT. 479 – Taylor Whisenhunt (2007)

HIT BY PITCH 15 – Taylor Whisenhunt (2007)

RBI 80 – Linsey Curtis (2010)

SLUGGING PCT. .851 – Linsey Curtis (2010)

GAMES STARTED 61 – Ashlie Fauchier (2010)

DOUBLES 21 – Megan Wood (2006)

AT BATS 199 – Ashlie Fauchier (2010)

TRIPLES 5 – Sara Walkup (2008) 5 – Jenny Ailshie (2006)

TOTAL BASES 154 – Linsey Curtis (2010)

PITCHING EARNED RUN AVERAGE (min. 10 appearances) 1.37 – Kelli Dunagan (2008) INNINGS PITCHED 315.2 – Jenny Johnson (2009) STRIKEOUTS 290 – Kelli Dunagan (2008) EARNED RUNS ALLOWED 113 – Jenny Johnson (2009) COMPLETE GAMES 35 – Jenny Johnson (2009)

APPEARANCES 53 – Kelli Dunagan (2008) 53 – Jenny Johnson (2009)

WILD PITCHES 22 – Jenny Johnson (2009)

WINS 29 – Jenny Johnson (2009)

HBP 14 – Kelli Dunagan (2008) 14 – Jenny Johnson (2009)

LOSSES 22 – Jenny Johnson (2009)

STARTS 47 – Jenny Johnson (2009)

WALKS 88 – Jenny Johnson (2009) HR ALLOWED 28 – Taryn Hernandez (2010)

u The Hillcats have their sights set on the NAIA National Tournament.

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RSU Softball All-Time Season Results 2010 Softball Season Results

2009 Softball Season Results

2008 Softball Season Results

Date 02/16/10 02/16/10 02/19/10 02/19/10 02/19/10 02/20/10 02/20/10 02/27/10 02/27/10 02/28/10 02/28/10 03/02/10 03/02/10 03/05/10 03/05/10 03/05/10 03/06/10 03/06/10 03/09/10 03/09/10 03/10/10 03/10/10 03/12/10 03/12/10 03/23/10 03/23/10 03/26/10 03/26/10 03/29/10 03/29/10 03/30/10 03/30/10 04/01/10 04/01/10 04/06/10 04/06/10 04/09/10 04/09/10 04/09/10 04/10/10 04/10/10 04/10/10 04/12/10 04/12/10 04/13/10 04/13/10 04/20/10 04/20/10 04/22/10 04/22/10 04/24/10 04/24/10 04/27/10 04/27/10 04/29/10 04/29/10 05/04/10 05/04/10 05/04/10 05/07/10 05/07/10

Date 02/17/09 02/17/09 02/20/09 02/20/09 02/20/09 02/21/09 02/21/09 02/21/09 02/26/09 02/26/09 02/27/09 02/27/09 02/27/09 02/27/09 03/03/09 03/03/09 03/05/09 03/05/09 03/10/09 03/18/09 03/18/09 03/21/09 03/21/09 03/22/09 03/22/09 03/22/09 03/26/09 03/26/09 03/30/09 03/30/09 04/02/09 04/02/09 04/04/09 04/04/09 04/07/09 04/07/09 04/09/09 04/09/09 04/10/09 04/10/09 04/14/09 04/14/09 04/16/09 04/16/09 04/18/09 04/18/09 04/21/09 04/21/09 04/27/09 04/27/09 04/28/09 04/29/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/03/09

Date 02/12/08 02/12/08 02/19/08 02/19/08 02/22/08 02/22/08 02/22/08 02/23/08 02/23/08 02/23/08 02/27/08 02/27/08 02/29/08 02/29/08 03/05/08 03/05/08 03/09/08 03/09/08 03/11/08 03/11/08 03/14/08 03/14/08 03/26/08 03/26/08 03/28/08 03/28/08 03/29/08 03/29/08 03/30/08 03/30/08 03/30/08 03/30/08 04/01/08 04/01/08 04/03/08 04/03/08 04/06/08 04/06/08 04/15/08 04/15/08 04/17/08 04/19/08 04/19/08 04/20/08 04/20/08 04/20/08 04/22/08 04/22/08 04/24/08 04/24/08 04/25/08 04/25/08 04/28/08 04/28/08 04/29/08 05/02/08 05/02/08 05/02/08 05/03/08

Opponent H/A/N Bacone College A Bacone College A Houston-Victoria N Graceland University N Evangel University N Missouri Valley College N Houston-Victoria N Grand View University H Evangel University H Grand View University H Grand View University H Oklahoma Baptistu H Oklahoma Baptistu H Mid-Continent A Williams Baptist College A Baker University H Lambuth University H Bacone College N Mid-America Christianu H Mid-America Christianu H Univ of Science and Arts A Univ of Science and Arts A William Penn University A Lyon College A Northwestern Okla. Stateu A Northwestern Okla. Stateu A Lubbock Christianu H Lubbock Christianu H Southern Nazareneu A Southern Nazareneu A Oklahoma Christianu A Oklahoma Christianu A Oklahoma City Universityu H Oklahoma City Universityu H Oklahoma Baptistu A Oklahoma Baptistu A Bacone College H Tabor College H Evangel University H Kansas Wesleyan H Culver-Stockton College H Tabor College H Univ of Science and Artsu H Univ of Science and Arts H Mid-America Christianu A Mid-America Christianu A Northwestern Oklahomau H Northwestern Oklahomau H St. Gregory'su A St. Gregory'su A Oklahoma Christianu H Oklahoma Christianu H Southern Nazareneu H Southern Nazareneu H Lubbock Christianu A Lubbock Christianu A Saint Gregory'su N Oklahoma Cityu A Oklahoma Cityu A Southern Nazarenev A Northwestern OK Statev A

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

Result Record W 1-0 L 1-1 L 1-2 W 2-2 W 3-2 W 4-2 L 4-3 W 5-3 W 6-3 W 7-3 W 8-3 W 9-3 W 10-3 W 11-3 L 11-4 W 12-4 W 13-4 W 14-4 W 15-4 W 16-4 W 16-4 L 17-5 W 18-5 W 19-5 W 20-5 W 21-5 L 21-6 W 22-6 L 22-7 L 22-8 L 22-9 L 22-10 L 22-11 L 22-12 L 22-13 W 23-13 W 24-13 W 25-13 L 25-14 W 26-14 W 26-14 W 28-14 W 29-14 W 30-14 W 31-14 L 31-15 W 32-15 L 32-16 W 33-16 L 33-17 L 33-18 L 33-19 L 33-20 W 34-20 L 34-21 L 34-22 W 35-22 L 35-23 L 35-24 L 35-25 L 35-26

Opponent H/A/N Score Bacone College H 4-2 Bacone College H 8-3 Missouri Valley N 5-1 York College N 5-4 Northwood University N 4-1 Northwestern OK State N 15-13 Northwood University N 15-6 Lubbock Christian N 2-4 Oklahoma Cityu H 2-5 Oklahoma Cityu H 2-12 Williams Baptist N 5-2 Midland Lutheran N 3-2 Missouri Valley N 3-4 Hannibal-LaGrange N 4-3 Bacone College A 0-3 Bacone College A 5-9 Northwestern OK Stateu H 6-7 Northwestern OK Stateu H 10-1 Evangel University A 15-2 Lubbock Christianu N 0-7 Lubbock Christianu N 3-10 University of St. Mary N 9-2 Graceland University N 11-1 Calumet College N 6-1 Harris-Stowe N 9-2 McKendree University N 1-2 Southern Nazareneu A 1-3 Southern Nazareneu A 5-4 USAOu A 8-5 USAOu A 11-12 Oklahoma Cityu A 0-1 Oklahoma Cityu A 3-2 Illinois-Springfield N 11-2 Spalding College N 8-0 St. Gregory'su H 0-1 St. Gregory'su H 2-5 Oklahoma Christianu H 10-6 Oklahoma Christianu H 5-3 Oklahoma Baptistu A 6-2 Oklahoma Baptistu A 9-5 Arkansas Tech A 6-8 Arkansas Tech A 0-8 Southern Nazareneu H 0-2 Southern Nazareneu H 6-5 William Woods N 3-4 Univ. of Saint Francis N 2-1 Oklahoma Christianu A 2-3 Oklahoma Christianu A 7-15 Mid-America Christianu A 3-1 Mid-America Christianu A 9-1 Northwestern OK Stateu N 7-3 Northwestern OK Stateu N 1-4 Oklahoma Christianv N 6-0 Oklahoma Baptistv N 6-9 Northwestern OK Statev N 2-5

Result Record W 1-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 5-0 W 6-0 W 7-0 L 7-1 L 7-2 L 7-3 W 8-3 W 9-3 L 9-4 W 10-4 L 10-5 L 10-6 L 10-7 W 11-7 W 12-7 L 12-8 L 12-9 W 13-9 W 14-9 W 15-9 W 16-9 L 16-10 L 16-11 W 17-11 W 18-11 L 18-12 L 18-13 W 19-13 W 20-13 W 21-13 L 21-14 L 21-15 W 22-15 W 23-15 W 24-15 W 25-15 L 25-16 L 25-17 L 25-18 W 26-18 L 26-19 W 27-19 L 27-20 L 27-21 W 28-21 W 29-21 W 30-21 L 30-22 W 31-22 L 31-23 L 31-24

2007 Softball Season Results

2006 Softball Season Results

Date 2/17/07 2/17/07 2/19/07 2/19/07 2/23/07 2/23/07 2/23/07 2/27/07 2/27/07 3/2/07 3/2/07 3/2/07 3/2/07 3/3/07 3/4/07 3/9/07 3/9/07 3/10/07 3/10/07 3/14/07 3/14/07 3/18/07 3/18/07 4/3/07 4/3/07 4/4/07 4/4/07 4/10/07 4/10/07 4/12/07 4/12/07 4/17/07 4/17/07 4/20/07 4/20/07 4/21/07 4/24/07 4/24/07 4/26/07 4/26/07 5/1/07 5/1/07 5/10/07 5/10/07 5/10/07 5/10 /07

Date 2/9/06 2/9/06 2/14/06 2/14/06 2/16/06 2/16/06 2/24/06 2/24/06 2/24/06 2/25/06 2/25/06 2/28/06 2/28/06 3/5/06 3/5/06 3/7/06 3/7/06 3/10/06 3/10/06 3/11/06 3/11/06 3/11/06 3/14/06 3/14/06 3/25/06 3/25/06 3/25/06 3/26/06 3/26/06 4/4/06 4/4/06 4/11/06 4/11/06 4/13/06 4/13/06 4/18/06 4/18/06 4/20/06 4/20/06 4/21/06 4/21/06 4/21/06 4/22/06 4/22/06 4/27/06 4/27/06

Opponent H/A/N Score Missouri Southern H 8-1 Missouri Southern H 15-1 USAO H 5-2 USAO H 5-3 Columbia College N 3-1 Concordia University N 5-3 Northwest Missouri State N 0-2 Oklahoma Wesleyan H 9-0 Oklahoma Wesleyan H 14-0 USAO N 0-2 University of Mobile N 1-7 Reinhardt College N 1-0 St. Gregory's N 0-2 Spring Hill N 4-2 Oklahoma City N 4-9 McPherson College N 11-3 York College N 2-1 Southern Nazarene N 2-3 Oklahoma Baptist N 2-1 Pittsburg State H 8-0 Pittsburg State H 12-2 University of San Diego N 2-5 University of San Diego N 1-5 Bacone College H 3-0 Bacone College H 9-4 Northwestern OK State A 5-1 Northwestern OK State A 2-0 Oklahoma Christian A 6-3 Oklahoma Christian A 8-0 Oklahoma Baptist H 0-1 Oklahoma Baptist H 8-0 Missouri Southern A 5-1 Missouri Southern A 3-1 Northwestern OK State N 4-5 Columbia College N 3-0 St. Gregory's N 1-5 Arkansas Tech A 5-10 Arkansas Tech A 6-7 Southern Nazarene A 11-0 Southern Nazarene A 5-0 Oklahoma Christian H 14-5 Oklahoma Christian H 4-0 Northwood University N 2-0 Oklahoma City N 2-6 Northwestern OK State N 4-0 Houston Baptist N 0-8

Result Record W 1-0 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 5-0 W 6-0 L 6-1 W 7-1 W 8-1 L 8-2 L 8-3 W 9-3 L 9-4 W 10-4 L 10-5 W 11-5 W 12-5 L 12-6 W 13-6 W 14-6 W 15-6 L 15-7 L 15-8 W 16-8 W 17-8 W 18-8 W 19-8 W 20-8 W 21-8 L 21-9 W 22-9 W 23-9 W 24-9 L 24-10 W 25-10 L 25-11 L 25-12 L 25-13 W 26-13 W 27-13 W 28-13 W 29-13 W 30-13 L 30-14 W 31-14 L 31-15

Opponent Arkansas Tech Arkansas Tech Southern Nazarene Sothern Nazarene Oklahoma Wesleyan Oklahoma Wesleyan College of St. Mary Central Missouri State William Jewell Southwest Baptist Rockhurst University Pittsburgh State Pittsburgh State Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Oklahoma Wesleyan Oklahoma Wesleyan McPherson College Bethany College Tabor College Sterling College Central Christian Friends University Friends University Park University Central Methodist College of St. Mary Hannibal-LaGrange Avila University Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Northwestern OK State Northwestern OK State Friends University Friends University Oklahoma Christian Oklahoma Christian Sterling College Sterling College McKendree College St. Gregory's Columbia College Northwestern OK State Evangel University Bacone College Bacone College

H/A/N H H H H H H H A A A H H H H H A A A H H H H H H H A A H H H H H H A A A A H H H H H H H H H

Score 3-16 4-1 6-3 4-3 12-0 9-1 6-3 1-8 5-2 5-7 10-3 2-6 3-8 6-8 5-9 6-0 5-2 7-3 9-1 12-0 3-2 11-0 3-1 8-0 10-9 6-4 14-1 8-4 3-11 0-5 0-4 5-2 3-11 4-3 5-0 6-5 5-1 9-1 3-0 0-5 0-3 3-4 1-12 5-8 1-2 9-3

Result Record L 0-1 W 1-1 W 2-1 W 3-1 W 4-1 W 5-1 W 6-1 L 6-2 W 7-2 L 7-3 W 8-3 L 8-4 L 8-5 L 8-6 L 8-7 W 9-7 W 10-7 W 11-7 W 12-7 W 13-7 W 14-7 W 15-7 W 16-7 W 17-7 W 18-7 W 19-7 W 20-7 W 21-7 L 21-8 L 21-9 L 21-10 W 22-10 L 22-11 W 23-11 W 24-11 W 25-11 W 26-11 W 27-11 W 28-11 L 28-12 L 28-13 L 28-14 L 28-15 L 28-16 L 28-17 W 29-17

u denotes conference game | v denotes conference tournament game

All-Time Baseball Season Totals Overall Record: 168-99 Home: 71-37 Away: 45-38

Neutral: 52-24 Conference: 41-44 Non-Conference: 126-53

One-Run Games: 34-25 Longest Win Streak: 13 Longest Loss Streak: 7

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Opponent H/A/N Arkansas Tech H Arkansas Tech H Bacone College A Bacone College A College of the Southwest N Northwood University N Texas Wesleyan N Northwood University N Univ. of Houston-Victoria N USAO N Oklahoma Christianu H Oklahoma Christianu H Dana College H Dana College H Bacone College H Bacone College H Kansas Wesleyan H Columbia College H Southern Nazareneu A Southern Nazareneu A Missouri Southern N Southwest Baptist N USAOu A USAOu A Lubbock Christianu H Lubbock Christianu H Ottawa University N Bethany College N Haskell Indian Nations Univ. N Graceland University N Hannibal-LaGrange N McKendree University N Oklahoma Baptistu H Oklahoma Baptistu H Mid-America Christianu H Mid-America Christianu H Lubbock Christianu A Lubbock Christianu A St. Gregory'su A St. Gregory'su A Oklahoma Cityu H Illinois-Springfield N St. Francis N McKendree University N Hannibal-LaGrange N William Woods N USAOu H USAOu H Oklahoma Cityu A Oklahoma Cityu A Northwestern OK Stateu H Northwestern OK Stateu H Oklahoma Christianu A Oklahoma Christianu A Oklahoma Cityu H Northwestern OK Statev N Oklahoma Cityv N Oklahoma Christianv N St. Gregory'sv N

Score 0-2 9-3 1-2 5-4 3-2 8-0 6-0 6-2 4-3 10-0 5-4 8-6 7-0 1-2 1-0 3-2 1-0 1-0 10-3 8-3 4-3 8-0 4-0 6-3 4-3 0-5 2-0 4-2 14-2 8-0 15-1 5-3 3-0 5-2 6-2 4-0 0-7 6-7 0-1 4-1 1-5 1-0 11-1 7-0 10-1 8-0 7-2 2-0 1-5 1-4 0-1 7-8 1-5 4-5 1-7 7-3 1-6 4-3 0-3

Result Record L 0-1 W 1-1 L 1-2 W 2-2 W 3-2 W 4-2 W 5-2 W 6-2 W 7-2 W 8-2 W 9-2 W 10-2 W 11-2 L 11-3 W 11-3 W 13-3 W 14-3 W 15-3 W 16-3 W 17-3 W 18-3 W 19-3 W 20-3 W 21-3 W 22-3 L 22-4 W 23-4 W 24-4 W 25-4 W 26-4 W 27-4 W 28-4 W 29-4 W 30-4 W 31-4 W 32-4 L 32-5 L 32-6 L 32-7 W 33-7 L 33-8 W 34-8 W 35-8 W 36-8 W 37-8 W 38-8 W 39-8 W 40-8 L 40-9 L 40-10 L 40-11 L 40-12 L 40-13 L 40-14 L 40-15 W 41-15 L 41-16 W 42-16 L 42-17


Athletic Administration & Staff

Eddie Jackson Associate Athletic Director for Compliance

Ryan Bradley Associate Athletic Director for External Relations

Brian Andrews Assistant Athletic Director for Student Development

Sara Williams Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations

Rebecca Brittle Head Athletic Trainer

Justin Barkley Head Men's Basketball Coach

Ron Bradley Head Baseball Coach

Mark Dicus Head Softball Coach

Derek Larkin Head Men's & Women's Soccer Coach

Amy Williams Head Women's Basketball Coach

Lynn Blevins Head Men's & Women's Golf Coach

Chris McCormick Head Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Coach

Keith Martin Faculty Athletic Representative

Dawn Tatro Administrative Assistant

Kyle Blankenship Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Ryan Brittle Assistant Baseball Coach

Robert Brown Assistant Baseball Coach

Bobby Cope Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Michael Cyprien Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Randa Fay Assistant Men’s & Women’s Golf Coach

Jenny Johnson Assistant Softball Coach

Tandem Mays Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Amy Renault Assistant Softball Coach

Jimmy Rogers Assistant Baseball Coach

Shawn Slater Assistant Head Soccer Coach

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New Construction at the Hillcat Complex

u The RSU athletic department recently unveiled its plans for the completion of the Hillcat Baseball and Softball Complex.

These are exciting times on “The Hill� in Claremore. RSU is experiencing unparalleled growth as one of Oklahoma's fastest-growing universities while our emerging athletic programs have enjoyed unprecedented success since their inception in 2006. RSU's rapid development brings with it a new level of expectations and a number of needs for improvement and expansion. We believe that now is the optimal time to begin a lasting partnership with RSU and Hillcat Athletics.

Construction could start as early as Summer 2011. For more information on this project call the RSU athletic office at (918) 343-7782.

Providing our student-athletes with elite-level playing and training facilities is among our highest priorities during this crucial stage in our development. Completion of our new baseball and softball complex is at the top of our list. RSU is currently seeking donations and sponsorship opportunities for the facility with a fundraising goal of $500,000. These contributions will allow us to complete the third and final phase of construction at the complex, which will include additional grandstands, public restrooms, concessions, coaches' offices, a meeting room, central courtyard and much more. The completed facility will serve as the region's premiere multi-purpose athletic facility and afford RSU the opportunity to host multiple high-profile regional and national sporting events each year.

u Public Restrooms

Hillcat Baseball and Softball Complex Phase III Construction to include: u Indoor Training Facility u Press Boxes u Concessions u Coaches' Offices u Additional Grandstands u Meeting Room u Donors' Suite u Storage Facilities u Public Address System u Covered Grandstands u Central Courtyard

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Date Tue Feb. 15 Wed Feb. 23 Sat Feb. 26 Sun Feb. 27 Tue March 1 vThu March 3 March 4-5 Fri March 4 Sat March 5 Tue March 8 Tue March 8 March 11-12 Fri March 11 Sat March 12 Tue March 15 Thu March 17 vTue March 22 vThu March 24 vSat March 26 vTue March 29 vSat April 2 vTue April 5 vThu April 7 April 8-9 Fri April 8 Sat April 9 vTue April 12 vSat April 16 vThu April 21 vSat April 30 vTue May 3 May 6-7 May 19-25

Time 1 pm 1 pm 1 pm 12 pm 6 pm 1 pm 2 pm 4 pm 12 pm 2 pm 1 pm 6 pm 11:30 pm 2:30 pm 5:30 pm 10 am 1 pm 4 pm 2 pm 4 pm 2 pm 12 pm 2 pm 1 pm 4 pm 4 pm 4 pm 6 pm 10 am 8 pm 2 pm 1 pm 2 pm 1 pm 5 pm TBD TBD

Opponent Bacone College Oklahoma Wesleyan Grand View University Grand View University Langston University Mid-America Christian Central Baptist Tournament Lindenwood University Williams Baptist LSU-Alexandria Lyon College Bacone College Oklahoma Wesleyan McPherson Tournament Sterling College Tabor College Friends University Bethany College Kansas Wesleyan Trevecca Nazarene Bryan College Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma Christian Lubbock Christian St. Gregory’s Southern Nazarene Science & Arts Northwestern Okla. State Border War Tournament Evangel Culver Stockton Evangel Central Baptist Southern Nazarene Mid-America Christian Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma City Oklahoma City SAC Tournament NAIA National Championship

v - denotes Sooner Athletic game RED - denotes home game Note: RSU Public Television (Cox Cable Channel 19) broadcasts will also simulcast on RSU Radio (91.3 FM) and video streaming at www.rsuhillcats.com.

Location Muskogee, Okla. Bartlesville, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Conway, Ark. Conway, Ark. Conway, Ark. Conway, Ark. Conway, Ark. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. McPherson, Kan. McPherson, Kan. McPherson, Kan. McPherson, Kan. McPherson, Kan. McPherson, Kan. Nashville, Tenn. Dayton, Tenn. Claremore, Okla. Edmond, Okla. Lubbock, Texas Shawnee, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Shawnee, Okla. Claremore, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Gulf Shores, Ala.

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2011 Rogers State University Softball Media Guide  

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