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/// TABLE OF CONTENTS /// TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts/Media Info/Schedule..............1 Head Coach Jay Nelson...................................3 Assistant Coaches............................................4 2014 Roster.......................................................... 5 The Scarlet Knights....................................6-14 2014 Season Outlook.....................................15 2013 Year In Review.......................................16 2013 Individual Statistics........................... 17 2013 Specialty Statistics............................18 Rutgers Softball Record Book...................19 Rutgers Award Winners................................21 Olympic Sports HoF/All-Time Letterwinners....22 All-Time Results........................................ 23-28 All-Time Opponents.................................28-29 All-Time Series........................................... 29-35 Rutgers University...................................36-42

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:................................ Piscataway, N.J. Founded:.........................................................1766 Enrollment:............................................. 65,000 President:.......................Dr. Robert L. Barchi Nickname:..............................Scarlet Knights Colors:........................................................ Scarlet Dir. of Athletics:.....................Julie Hermann Conference:......................American Athletic Home Field (Capacity):............RU Softball ........................................................Complex (250)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Jay Nelson (St. Olaf College-Minn., ‘74) Career Record: 165-214 (Eighth season) Record at Rutgers: 165-214 (Eighth season) Office Phone: (732) 445-7849 Assistant Coaches: Misty Beaver (Seton Hall, ‘01) Lindsey Curran (Rutgers, ‘12) 2013 Record: 30-26 2013 BIG EAST Conference Record/Finish: 8-14/Ninth Newcomers: 9 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/6

MEDIA INFORMATION Updated statistics can be obtained throughout the season by calling the Office of Athletic Communications, or by visiting the Rutgers Athletics Website at www.scarletknights.com. Softball Contact: Anthony Hernandez Athletic Communications Assistant Office Phone: 732-445-6028 Cell Phone: 609-709-0013 Email: ahernandez@scarletknights.com SID Fax: 732-445-8899 Web Site: www.ScarletKnights.com SID Mailing Address: 1 Scarlet Knight Way | High Point Solutions Stadium, Suite A , Piscataway, N.J. 08854

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Colorado State! Wichita State! Oklahoma State! UTSA! Colorado State! James Madison@ College of Charleston@ DePaul@ UMass@ Louisiana-Lafayette@ Portland State# Portland State# Portland State# CSUN# CSUN# HAMPTON (DH) Penn State$ St. Joe’s$ Buffalo$ Central Connecticut St.$ Quinnipiac$ UMass$ Dutch National Team Louisville (DH)* Louisville* HOFSTRA (DH) USF (DH)* USF* Seton Hall Villanova (DH) UCF (DH)* UCF* SETON HALL Princeton Temple (DH)* Temple* Monmouth MEMPHIS (DH)* MEMPHIS* ST. JOHN’S UCONN (DH)* UCONN* LIU Iona Houston (DH)* Houston * AAC Championships AAC Championships AAC Championships

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JAY NELSON

HEAD COACH • EIGHTH SEASON Jay Nelson continues his successful turnaround of the Rutgers softball program, as he enters his eighth year. With a solid foundation built, RU looks to keep moving upward in its first and only season in the American Athletic Conference. The Scarlet Knights set their sights on an American Athletic Conference Championship after falling just short of reaching the BIG EAST Championships in their final year in the conference. The Scarlet Knights reached new heights in 2013, recording 30 wins for just the fourth time in the 38-year history of the program and first time in Nelson’s tenure. RU recorded the secondmost doubles (78) in program history, tied for third in home runs (28), recorded the third-most RBIs (221) and tied for the third-most shutouts (12). Rutgers fell one game short of qualifying for the BIG EAST Championships, losing to Pittsburgh in the season-finale. A win would have given the program its fourth consecutive trip to the conference tournament.

most BIG EAST wins since the 2004 season. Nelson saw his players received postseason accolades for the fourth-time in his six years “On the Bank,” following the 2011 campaign. Senior Mandy Craig was named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team for the second time in three seasons, while junior Brittney Lindley earned NFCA All-Region First Team honors after making the second team in 2010. In 2008, left fielder Amanda Heller earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors under Nelson’s guidance. Infielder Sarah Kalka, a First Team All-BIG EAST selection in 2007, was also named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division I All-Northeast Region Second Team and ECAC Division I All-Star Team. Academics continue to be a staple of Nelson’s programs, as 13 players were recognized on the 2013 BIG EAST Academic AllStar Team. The squad earned the Big East Team Academic Excellence Award for the 2012-13 school year recording a 3.464 GPA to earn the honor. Five student-athletes were named 2010 girls got game AllAmerica Scholar-Athletes by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA), acquiring a 3.5 GPA or higher.

With Nelson at the helm again in 2012, the Scarlet Knights recorded their highest win total (26) since winning the same number of games during the 2003 season. RU eventually fell, 5-0, to BIG EAST runner-up, Notre Dame, in the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament, but recorded nine conference wins for only the third time in the past 10 years. Nelson led his 2011 squad to its first back-to-back BIG EAST Tournament berths in 13 years. Despite falling to DePaul in the tournament for the second-straight season, the Scarlet Knights finished the year ranked nationally – out of 289 teams – in stolen bases (23rd), doubles per game (28th), batting average (35th), scoring (39th), slugging percentage (55th) and double plays per game (61st). The 2010 season saw the Scarlet Knights reach their first BIG EAST Championship since 1998. Rutgers finished its campaign with the most wins overall (24) and best winning percentage (.444) since 2004 (25, .462). The Scarlet Knights’ nine conference wins were the most since 2002 (9). In 2009, RU matched its win total from the previous year, finishing 23-33 overall and 6-18 in conference play. Three players hit for above .300 for the second time in Nelson’s tenure – a feat that had not been accomplished since 2004 before his hire. In Nelson’s inaugural campaign, his squad amassed a 20-34 overall record, matching the combined win totals of the previous two seasons (15 in 2006, 5 in 2005). The Scarlet Knights also picked up seven victories in conference play, marking the @RUSOFTBALL

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Prior to taking over the Rutgers program, Nelson completed 10 seasons as the top assistant coach on the highly successful staff at Seton Hall University. While at Seton Hall, he helped guide the Pirates to BIG EAST Conference championships in 2004 and 2005, and runner-up finishes in 1999 and 2001. The Pirates advanced to the NCAA Softball Tournament three times during Nelson’s tenure. Nelson’s responsibilities at Seton Hall included serving as the team’s defensive coordinator and on-field coach. He also handled recruiting, and organizing practice sessions. Nelson was also in charge of the day-to-day and long-term management of many program-related functions, including serving as the liaison in such areas as academic support, facilities, travel, equipment, and strength and conditioning. Twice during Nelson’s tenure at Seton Hall, the Pirates’ coaching staff, under head coach Ray Vander May, was honored as the NFCA Northeast Region Coaching Staff of the Year. Nelson joined the Seton Hall program in 1996.

Prior to his tenure at Seton Hall, Nelson served as head coach at Mountain Lakes High School for 12 seasons (1985-96), guiding the Lakers to state championships in 1988, 1991 and 1993. He was named New Jersey High School Softball Coach of the Year in 1993, and was named Morris County Area High School Coach of the Year in 1988 and 1991. Nelson was also an assistant coach with the Clifton Charmers, one of the top ASA programs in New Jersey. He guided the team to a fifth-place finish in the 1996 ASA National Tournament. Nelson, a 1974 graduate of St. Olaf College (Minn.), played competitively for the New Jersey Windmillers fast pitch team, and during that time participated in five World Tournaments and six National Championships, including a third place finish in 1996. Nelson also serves as the Vice President of BIG EAST Coaches Association. In 2009, Nelson was selected to the NFCA Top 25 poll committee, the ESPN/USA Top 25 poll committee and the ESPN/USA Player of the Year committee. Nelson and his wife Gayle reside in Mount Tabor, N.J. with their daughter Jessica, a graduate of UCLA. The Nelsons became grandparents of twins Kenzie and Hayley in November of 2010.

MISTY BEAVER

ASSISTANT COACH • EIGHTH SEASON Misty Beaver, a former standout in the circle at Seton Hall, enters her eighth season as an assistant coach on the Rutgers softball staff. Beaver reunited with head coach Jay Nelson, who was an assistant coach at Seton Hall during her playing career. Working primarily with the pitchers, Beaver also coordinates with Coach Nelson to create the schedule, handle the team’s travel and assist in players’ off the field development. Beaver earned numerous honors and set many records at Seton Hall. She was a two-time Second Team All-ECAC honoree, a three-time First Team All-Northeast Region selection, and a Second Team All-BIG EAST player from 1999-2001. Under Beaver’s guidance in 2013, the RU pitching staff tied for third on the single season list with 12 shutouts, as both of the Scarlet Knights’ starters finished the year with winning records and sub-3.40 ERAs.

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During her career at Seton Hall, Beaver set a total of 13 singleseason records and secured four spots on the school’s career record charts. She still holds the third (185), fourth (173), and fifth (153) spots on Seton Hall’s single-season strikeouts list and is sixth on the team’s single- season earned run average leader board (1.30). Beaver’s 1.75 career ERA still ranks fourth all-time with the Pirates. Beaver recorded 54 career victories, placing her third in Seton Hall’s win category, and made 101 pitching appearances for the Pirates while throwing 579 innings. In addition, Beaver enjoyed playing success in the amateur ranks. She was a member of the 2001 Decatur Twisters of the Amateur Softball Association. The Twisters tied for fourth place in the Women’s Majors and tied for fifth place at the Canada Cup. Following her playing career, Beaver served as the varsity softball coach for Rockford (Ill.) Christian High School from 20022006. A native of Machesney Park, Ill., she majored in elementary education and religious studies at Seton Hall.

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LINDSEY CURRAN ASSISTANT COACH • FIRST SEASON Former outfielder Lindsey Curran was hired as the new assistant coach by the Rutgers softball program in early September, brining a fountain of softball knowledge to the program. “I feel Lindsey Curran is the perfect person to fill our assistant coaching position,” said head coach Jay Nelson. “Lindsey’s high intensity and positive energy is a perfect match for this team. As a former Rutgers student-athlete she has invaluable knowledge for our newcomers on how to succeed in the classroom and on the field here at Rutgers. Lindsey was a standout centerfielder and a member of the resurgent Rutgers softball team that earned a berth in the Big East Championship Tournament in 2010. “Lindsey knows our systems of offense and defense and has already asserted herself in teaching the details of how we play Scarlet Knights softball. She will be a great asset to the team

in her work with outfielders. All in all I am glad that Lindsey has decided to come back to her alma mater and help us build a championship team.” Curran played for the Scarlet Knights from 2009-12 and returns to Piscataway after serving as an assistant for the Seton Hall softball staff during the 2012-13 season. Most recently, Curran played under Nelson as a member of the NPF NY/ NJ Comets. Over the past year, Curran served as an assistant coach for the Pirates under first-year head coach, Paige Smith. The Pirates went 21-30 last season and advanced to the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament. Curran was a four-year starter for the Scarlet Knights, compiling 93 hits, 10 home runs, 39 RBIs and a .237 career batting average from 2009-2012. The former BIG EAST Academic All-Star recorded her best season as a junior in 2011, when she hit .301 with two home runs, three doubles and 11 RBIs. The Monroe, N.J., native graduated from Rutgers in 2012 with a B.A. in criminal justice and a minor in criminology.

MARK LAWRENCE

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH • SEVENTH SEASON Mark Lawrence enters his seventh season as the volunteer assistant coach on the Rutgers softball staff. Lawrence works primarily with the pitching staff, but also with team defense and the mental approach to hitting.

Mark has lived and worked in New Jersey for the past eight years. He currently plays with the Rahway Athletic Club in New Jersey, The Gents in New York City’s Central Park League and for the Atlanta Blast. He has participated in ASA or NAFA Nationals for each of the past five years. He was named playoff MVP for the 2010 NYC Central Park League Champions, with complete game one-hit and two-hit victories, along with two saves during the league playoffs.

In addition to his duties at RU, Lawrence has been the head and assistant coach for the past four years with the U14 and U16 travel teams in Bridgewater, N.J. Lawrence has both coached and played at high level. He was an assistant coach on the Regina Wheat Country Merchants team that won a silver medal at the Canadian Senior “A” Men’s Championship in 2002. Lawrence grew up in Saskatchewan, Canada where he was able to watch, play and coach with some of the all time great pitchers in the men’s game.

Lawrence is a graduate of the University of Regina, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Mark graduated in 1993 with a bachelor of arts (Hons) in anthropology. Mark resides in Bridgewater, N.J. with his fiancé Tara, daughter Gabrielle and sons Bobby and Duncan.

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/// 2014 SCARLET KNIGHT ROSTER /// ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 27 14 10 23 20 11 34 6 3 8 21 9 29 15 16 12 35 13 77 19

Name Liz Adams Jackie Bates Bridget Carr Danielle Demarco Alexis Durando Meagan Esteban Dana Hendry Chandler Howard Stephanie Huang Alyssa Landrith Aubrie Levine Dresden Maddox Ashlynn Martinez Gabrielle Romanowski Melanie Slowinski Shayla Sweeney Carly Todd Jordan Whitley Loren Williams Emma Woo

Pos. C/OF OF 1B 3B/Utl. 1B MIF C/OF OF IF/Utl. P/Utl. P P MIF C/3B MIF P IF/Utl. IF OF C

Cl. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr.

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

Hometown/Previous Schools Crystal Lake, Ill./ Crystal Lake South HS Lincroft, N.J./ Middletown HS South Pequannock, N.J./ Pequannock HS Brookfield, Conn./ Brookfield HS Oakland, N.J./ Immaculate Heart Academy Brea, Calif./ UC Riverside/ Brea Olinda HS Yorba Linda, Calif./ Yorba Linda HS North Wilmington, Del./ Concord HS Paramus, N.J./ Paramus HS Vacaville, Calif./ Vacaville HS Yorba Linda, Calif./ Yorba Linda HS Kennesaw, Ga./ Harrison HS Corona, Calif./ Santiago HS Freehold, N.J./ Freehold Borough HS Severn, Md./ Glen Burnie HS Barrington, N.J./ Haddon Heights HS Deptford, N.J./ Gloucester Catholic HS Clayton, Del./ Smyrna HS Los Angeles, Calif./ Crenshaw HS Santa Monica, Calif./ Tennessee Tech

Pos. IF/Utl OF P/Utl P 1B MIF P IF OF C/3B MIF C 1B P 3B/Utl. C/OF MIF C/OF IF/Utl. OF

Cl. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

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

Hometown/Previous School Paramus, N.J./ Paramus HS North Wilmington, Del./ Concord HS Vacaville, Calif./ Vacaville HS Kennesaw, Ga./ Harrison HS Pequannock, N.J./ Pequannock HS Brea, Calif./ UC Riverside/ Brea Olinda HS Barrington, N.J./ Haddon Heights HS Clayton, Del./ Smyrna HS Lincroft, N.J./ Middletown HS South Freehold, N.J./ Freehold Borough HS Severn, Md./ Glen Burnie HS Santa Monica, Calif./ Tennessee Tech Oakland, N.J./ Immaculate Heart Academy Yorba Linda, Calif./ Yorba Linda HS Brookfield, Conn./ Brookfield HS Crystal Lake, Ill./ Crystal Lake South HS Corona, Calif./ Santiago HS Yorba Linda, Calif./ Yorba Linda HS Deptford, N.J./ Gloucester Catholic HS Los Angeles, Calif./ Crenshaw HS

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Name Stephanie Huang Chandler Howard Alyssa Landrith Dresden Maddox Bridget Carr Meagan Esteban Shayla Sweeney Jordan Whitley Jackie Bates Gabrielle Romanowski Melanie Slowinski Emma Woo Alexis Durando Aubrie Levine Danielle Demarco Liz Adams Ashlynn Martinez Dana Hendry Carly Todd Loren Williams

Head Coach: Jay Nelson (St. Olaf College-Minn., ’74) – Eighth Season Assistant Coach: Misty Beaver (Seton Hall, ’01) – Eighth Season Assistant Coach: Lindsey Curran (Rutgers, ‘12) – First Season Volunteer Asst. Coach: Mark Lawrence (University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada) – Seventh Season Athletic Trainer: Melanee Johnson (Howard, ‘03/ Shenandoah University, ‘08)

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/// SCARLET KNIGHTS /// #20 | ALEXIS DURANDO SENIOR • FIRST BASE OAKLAND, N.J. • IMMACULATE HEART ACADEMY AS A JUNIOR (2013): Led the Scarlet Knights with a .497 slugging percentage and finished third on the team with a .304 batting average while starting in all 56 games ... finished second on the team with 34 RBIs … hit the team’s only triple of the year and finished tied with the most home runs on the year with six … cranked a two-run homer – her sixth of the season – against Notre Dame (April 14) … blasted a game-winning solo shot in the eighth inning to guide RU to a 1-0 win at Hofstra (April 4) … recorded a 10-game hitting streak (March 16-March 24), hitting .419 with three home runs, two doubles, eight runs scored and 10 RBIs in that span … knocked in a run and scored a run in RU’s 8-0 win over Northern Illinois (March 8) … recorded her best game of the season in a win over Cornell, going 2-for-3 with two runs, two RBIs and a triple (March 3) … notched her first multi-hit game of the season in 9-2 win against Boise State, going 2-for-3 (Feb. 17) ... knocked in team’s only run against UTSA (Feb. 16).

… ended the season second among Scarlet Knights in putouts with 152 and tied for first in fielding double plays with four … notched a season-high 12 putouts against Stony Brook (April 12) where she also notched her first RU home run … finished tied for third on the squad in doubles with six.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Made 16 appearances and three starts in her freshman campaign … made first career appearance on Feb. 25 as a pinch runner against Texas Southern … dropped a sacrifice bunt down to drive in a run and tie the game against Long Island (March 15) … made first collegiate start at first base in the second game of a doubleheader against Syracuse (May 26), tallying her first career hit in the contest … started three games on the season, two against Syracuse and one against Hofstra (March 30).

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Three-year letterwinner and 2010 team captain at Immaculate Heart Academy ... named second team all-state in 2010 ... earned first team all-league honors as a senior and junior and second team as a sophomore … named first team all-county as a senior and second team as a junior ... played for the Heist club team after spending two years with the N.J. Pride ... named to the academic honor roll for two years in high school.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Started 26 of 35 games played … spent majority of playing time at first base, but saw some action as a designated hitter and a pinch hitter … finished with a team-best .994 fielding percentage and fourth on the team in slugging percentage (.338) and on-base percentage (.326)

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Mark and Jana Durando ... sister of Devin Durando ... intends to major in exercise science and become a physician’s assistant ... born June 28, 1992.

DURANDO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 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% 2011 .091 16 3 11 5 1 0 0 0 1 1 .091 1 0 4 0 .167 0 2 1 1 34 0 1 .971 2012 .221 35 26 77 8 17 6 0 1 5 26 .338 12 0 15 0 .326 0 2 1 3 152 8 1 .994 2013 .304 56 56 161 33 49 11 1 6 34 80 .497 19 0 20 0 .374 2 2 8 10 300 28 9 .973 TOTAL .269 107 85 249 46 67 17 1 7 40 107 .430 32 0 39 0 .350 2 6 10 14 486 36 11 .979

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#19 | EMMA WOO SENIOR • CATCHER SANTA MONICA, CALIF. • TENNESSEE TECH SANTA MONICA HS AS A JUNIOR (2013): Re-

AT SANTA MONICA HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at

corded her first career hit, going 1-for-1 with a stolen base against Rider (March 3) … earned first at-bat as a Scarlet Knight in the team’s 3-0 win against Missouri State (Feb. 16).

catcher at Santa Monica HS … team won the Ocean League four consecutive years while maintaining an unblemished record … named Ocean League Most Valuable Player as a junior and Ocean League Most Outstanding Player as a sophomore … member of the Ocean League First Team her senior season … helped guide the squad to a CIF Southern Section Division 4 Championship in 2010 … scholar athlete all four years.

AT TENNESSEE TECH: Junior transfer from Tennessee Technological University … named an NCFA Division I All-America Scholar Athlete in both years with team … member of the Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll … also member of Tennessee Tech team distinguished as having the NFCA Division I Highest GPA (3.619) in 2011.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Lynn and David and sister of Micah … her uncle, Greg, is a Rutgers alumnus … intends to major in accounting … born Dec. 6, 1991.

WOO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 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% 2011* .000 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 3 0 .250 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1.000 2012* .000 13 7 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2 0 3 0 .167 0 1 0 0 41 6 0 1.000 2013 .222 8 1 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .222 0 0 2 0 .222 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1.000 TOTAL .091 28 8 22 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .091 2 0 8 0 .200 0 2 1 1 45 7 0 1.000 *denotes seasons played at Tennessee Tech

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/// SCARLET KNIGHTS /// #77 | LOREN WILLIAMS SENIOR • RIGHT FIELD LOS ANGELES, CALIF. • CRENSHAW HS AS A JUNIOR (2013):

AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Honored in Game Three of the 2010

Led RU in at-bats (197), runs scored (46), hits (62) total bases (91), batting average (.315), and stolen bases (18) ... served as the squad’s leadoff hitter in all 56 games … was 18-for-20 in stolen base attempts ... had a team-leading 11 multi-hit games on the season … named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll in the second and fourth week of the season ... tied her season-high of five at-bats against Boston College, recording three hits and three RBIs in the win (March 17) … recorded a pair of three-hit games at the Patriot Classic, going 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI against Rider (March 2) and 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBIs against Cornell (March 3).

World Series for her participation in Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI), as her Los Angeles team defeated Tampa Bay, 9-0, in the 2010 RBI World Series … saw action in 45 games, making 34 starts … saw time in the outfield and as a designated hitter … batted .306 in her first season, recording a .382 on-base percentage and .389 slugging percentage … Had a team-leading 16 stolen bases … made her first appearance as a pinch runner and crossed the plate at UC Riverside (Feb. 19) … bunted for a single against Purdue (March 11) … doubled down the line to drive in a run against Michigan State (March 13) … made first start at shortstop against Long Island (March 15), going 2-for3 with two doubles and one run scored … in game two against Syracuse (March 26), reached base on a bunt and stole second, allowing the runner on third to score on the throw … used a sac fly to drive in a run in game three versus SU (March 27) … went 3-for-5 with one RBI and two runs scored in the final game at UConn (April 3) … went 4-for-7 in two games against Iona (April 7) with four stolen bases, one double and one RBI … hit her first career home run in Game Two against Villanova (April 27) … had a season-high four hits in game two vs. Pittsburgh (April 30), tallying one RBI … named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star squad.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Started in 49 of her 51 games played … played the outfield and batted in the designated hitters spot … registered the fifth most hits on the team with 34 . . . had 18 RBI’s, good for fourth on the team . . . finished with the third most home runs on the team with four . . . compiled 49 total bases, the fourth most on the team . . . had nine stolen bases on the season on 11 attempts . . . had the second most plate appearances (173) and at bats (162) last season . . . went 2-for-4 with three RBIs and a run scored on March 16 against UNC-Wilmington.

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Four-year varsity starter at Crenshaw HS ... named all-state honoree as a senior ... first team all-city as a sophomore ... team won the CIF Invitational Championship ... named to the honor roll all four years ... recipient of RBI’s most prestigious award, the A. Bartlett Giamatti Award.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of William Williams and Evette Bonner ... has seven siblings ... sister plays softball at Central Arizona ... intends to major in communication ... born July 1, 1992.

WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B 2011 .306 45 34 108 28 33 6 0 2012 .210 51 49 162 16 34 3 0 2013 .315 56 56 197 46 62 11 0 TOTAL .276 152 139 467 90 129 20 0

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HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 1 6 42 .389 11 3 4 18 49 .302 8 1 6 25 91 .462 12 2 11 49 182 .390 31 6

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/// SCARLET KNIGHTS /// #14 | JACKIE BATES JUNIOR • CENTER FIELD LINCROFT, N.J. • MIDDLETOWN HS SOUTH AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Started all 56 games for the Scarlet Knights and led the squad with 35 RBIs … went a career best 3-for-3 in a 10-0 win over Rider, hitting a home run and double, scoring two runs and notching four RBIs (March 2) ... scored three runs and knocked in three as part of a 2-for-4 day against Villanova (April 10) … went 2-for-3 against Cornell, posting two RBIs, two walks and a homer … went 3-for-3 with a double, run scored and a pair of RBIs in a win over Hartford (March 27) … posted a .444 batting average with four runs scored and one RBI in the Scarlet Knights’ BIG EAST-opening series against USF (March 24) … notched her first RBI of the season in the team’s seasonopener against Boise State (Feb. 17).

AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Started 49 of 51 games played in the outfield … recorded 48 putouts from the outfield and notched three putouts in four different games … finished with a .216 average on the year with three doubles, three home runs and 12 RBIs … recorded two hits and three RBIs in the first of a three-game series against St. John’s (April 28) … recorded two

RBIs against Miss. Valley State (Feb. 11) … was fourth on the team in runs with 17 … drew 14 walks, good for second on the team … recorded two stolen bases.

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: A varsity starter at Middletown High School South all four seasons … co-captain during her senior year … mounted career statistics of 308 at bats, 127 hits, 27 doubles, six triples, 19 home runs (current record holder at Middletown), 89 RBI’s, 37 stolen bases and a .412 batting average … team dubbed Class A North Division Champions (2008-11) and Central Jersey Group III Champions (2008-11) … team won New Jersey State Group III Championship in back-to-back seasons … a three-time First Team All-Shore Conference and First Team All-Class A North selection … named first team all-state during her junior and senior campaigns … a First Team All-Group III and First Team All-Monmouth County honoree since sophomore season … was a 2010 nominee for Gatorade Player of the Year … selected as Co-MVP for the Middletown High School South softball team in 2011 … made the Honor Roll/High Honor Roll during all four years … recognized by the Middletown Township Board of Education Commendation for Exemplary Achievement … played for the JAXX Gold club team since 2008.

PERSONAL INFO: Parents are Albert and Susan … plans to major in animal science … her mother, Susan, graduated from Rutgers in 1988 … born Feb. 24, 1993.

BATES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B 2012 .216 51 49 125 17 27 3 0 2013 .258 56 56 182 34 47 13 0 TOTAL .241 107 105 307 51 74 16 0

HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP 3 12 39 .312 14 3 6 35 78 .429 19 0 9 47 117 .381 33 3

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#6 | CHANDLER HOWARD JUNIOR • LEFT FIELD WILMINGTON, DEL. • CONCORD HS AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Led all sopho-

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Four-year varsity starter at Concord HS

mores with a .305 batting average and was second on the team overall ... tied for second with 11 doubles and finished third on the team with 33 RBIs ... recorded a 14-game hitting streak and 24-game reached base streak early in the season … scored three runs in a 2-for-3 effort against Villanova (April 10) … went 2-for-3 and tied her season-high runs total with three in a win over Hartford (March 27) … notched her best game of the season in a win against Boston College, going 3-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBIs (March 17) … went 2-for-4 in Scarlet Knights’ 9-2 win against Boise State (Feb. 17) ... hit safely in all but one game for RU at Patriot Classic, going 6-for-14 with eight RBIs and a home run.

… an all-state second team recipient during her freshman and sophomore seasons … first team all-state recipient during her final two seasons … four-time first team all-conference honoree … served as team captain … led the Raiders every season in batting average, on-base percentage and stolen bases … selected to the 2011 Delaware Blue/Gold High School All-Star Team and was awarded the MVP … represented the state of Delaware in the 2010 High School Carpenters Cup … awarded the Most Improved Spring Sport Athlete award in 2008 … helped her team to the state championship tournament during her freshman campaign … was a four-time honor roll recipient and Athletic All-Conference High Academic Award honoree … also competed in crew and winter track at Concord … a member of the Sportsmanship Committee and Vice President of the Future Farmers of America … a 2010-11 team captain of the NJ Breakers Gold … helped the team to two undefeated Gold National Qualifiers … played and started in three Gold National Championships, including the ESPN Rise Premier National Championship.

AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Started 44 of 49 games and fin-

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of John and Kathleen … has a

ished third on the team with a .278 batting average … registered a .368 slugging percentage, good for third on the team … was fifth on the team in on-base percentage (.324) and had 37 hits, the fourth-most on the club … led the team in sac bunts with four … finished the season with a perfect stolen base percentage … had a career game against Seton Hall (March 28), as she went 2-for-3 with a home run and five RBIs on the day.

younger sister, Casey, and an older brother, Chad … plans to major in psychology, looking to pursue her master’s in education … born March 26, 1993.

HOWARD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 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% 2012 .278 49 44 133 14 37 6 0 2 15 49 .368 5 4 34 0 .324 0 4 2 2 49 1 1 .980 2013 .305 56 56 177 29 54 11 0 1 33 68 .384 26 4 27 0 .406 0 1 6 9 74 0 3 .961 TOTAL .294 105 100 310 43 91 17 0 3 48 117 .377 31 8 61 0 .372 0 5 8 11 123 1 4 .969

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/// SCARLET KNIGHTS /// #8 | ALYSSA LANDRITH JUNIOR • PITCHER VACAVILLE, CALIF. • VACAVILLE HS AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Led RU with a 17-15 record, three saves and 2.47 ERA, tallying 201 innings ... set RU’s singleseason strikeout record, fanning 192 batters ... went the distance in 19 games … blanked Lafayette (May 1) in an 8-0 victory (five innings), allowing just three hits … tied her career high with 11 strikeouts against St. John’s (April 27), the second time on the season she reached the 11-K mark … tossed consecutive complete games against Georgetown and Villanova en route to two wins (April 7) … threw two complete game shutouts in three outings against Hartford and Connecticut (March 27-30), allowing a combined six hits in her victories … went 2-1 with a save and 0.50 ERA at the Patriot Classic (March 1-3), throwing in three consecutive complete games … picked up first win of the season against Missouri State, throwing for 4.2 scoreless innings while striking out five in a relief effort ... guided the squad to its second win of the season against Boise State (Feb. 13), tossing a complete game and allowing two earned runs.

… recorded an 8-8 mark in league action and a 1.85 ERA during 102.0 innings … recorded a pair of perfect games on the year, defeating Iona, 1-0, to register the first flawless game for RU since 2000 when Andria Koehler threw a perfect game against Monmouth … added a 9-0 five inning perfect game versus Lafayette in the final week of the regular season.

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Four-year varsity starting lefty pitcher at Vacaville HS … recorded a 0.81 career ERA and a .418 career batting average with 30 home runs … named First Team All-Monticello Empire League Player and first team academic athlete all four seasons … served as team captain since her sophomore season … named All-Monticello Empire League Pitcher of the Year during her junior and senior years … a two-time defensive player of the year and one-time offensive player of the year … in 2011, was named to the All-Northern California Optimist All-Star First Team … helped her team to back-to-back league section playoffs, including an undefeated 10-0 league record during her senior season … led her team in 2011 in RBIs and home runs … played for the Sorcerer Gold club team and went to the ASA Nationals in Oklahoma in 2009 … in 2010, played for the NW Bullets Gold, who went to the ESPN Rise Premier Nationals in 2010 and 2011 … four-year member of the National Honor Society and the UC Davis Educational Talent Search.

AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Year

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of John and Julie … plans to major

… posted the most games started and games played as a pitcher on the team … led the pitching staff with an 18-11 record on the year, placing second all-time on RU’s single-season win list

in science and aspires to become a dentist … sister, Macy, is currently serving in the United States Navy … born May 28, 1993.

LANDRITH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W L App 2012 2.17 18 11 34 2013 2.47 17 15 42 TOTAL 2.32 35 26 76

GS 27 28 55

CG 23 19 42

SHO CBO 9 1 6 1 15 2

SV IP H R ER 1 196.2 151 69 61 3 201.0 193 85 71 4 397.2 344 154 132

BB SO 2B 3B 34 111 20 0 55 192 20 4 89 303 40 4

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/// SCARLET KNIGHTS /// #27 | ELIZABETH ADAMS SOPHOMORE • CATCHER CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL. • CRYSTAL LAKE SOUTH HS AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Started in 11 games and appeared in 17 for the Scarlet Knights … notched her first career RBI in a win against Maine (March 16) ... earned four putouts in a 10-0 win against Rider (March 2) … recorded her first career at-bat in the team’s 9-2 win against Boise State (Feb. 17).

ence Team member ... named to the 2010, 2011 and 2012 All Area First Team by the Daily Herald and Northwest Herald ... was 2011 Honorable Mention by the Chicago Sun-Times ... hit .495 with 33 singles, 12 doubles, two triples and two home runs in her senior season as the team’s offensive MVP ... also recorded a .717 slugging percentage and 27 RBIs ... struck out only seven times in 295 at bats in her high school career ... played club ball for Illinois Chill in 2010-12 ... a five year member (2005-2010) of Crystal Lake Tidal Waves ... earned USSSA 16U A State Championship Defensive MVP in 2008 ... a member of 2007 USSSA Fastpitch World Series All Tourney Team and USSSA State Champions All Tourney Team member ... tabbed an Honor Roll/ High Honor Roll student all four years of high school.

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Four-year starting catcher at Crystal Lake South HS ... also played shortstop and outfield positions ... named team MVP in her junior and senior seasons ... was a twotime team defensive MVP and three-time All-Fox Valley Confer-

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Terry and Debbie … has one brother, Nick … intends to major in mathematics … born March 9, 1994.

ADAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 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% 2013 .286 17 11 28 5 8 1 0 0 5 9 .321 5 0 3 0 .394 0 2 1 1 37 1 0 1.000 TOTAL .286 17 11 28 5 8 1 0 0 5 9 .321 5 0 3 0 .394 0 2 1 1 37 1 0 1.000

#11 | MEAGAN ESTEBAN SOPHOMORE • MIDDLE INFIELD BREA, CALIF. • UC RIVERSIDE • BREA OLINDA HS AT

RIVERSIDE:

AT BREA OLINDA: A three-year letterwinner at Brea Olinda HS

Played one season with the Highlanders … ranked fifth on the team in stolen bases and steal attempts and was second in most games as a sub ... recorded a career-best two hits on three occasions ... posted two RBIs against Southern Mississippi on Feb. 8.

UC

… hit .530 in her freshman year, guiding her team to the playoffs that season for the first time in 10 years … named SecondTeam All-Century League as a freshman … played for the U-12 Corona Angels, U-14 Firecrackers and U-14 American Athletics … also played four years for the U-18 Gold OC Elite.

PERSONAL INFO: Her cousin, Jodie Legaspi, played for UCLA (2004-2007) and is currently an assistant coach … her sister, Jennifer, played at Louisville (2010-2013) … daughter of Stephanie Legaspi and Greg Esteban … intends to major in sociology … born June 1, 1994.

ESTEBAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OBP SF SH SB SBA OPS PO A E FldPct 2013* .185 48 34 81 11 15 0 0 0 4 15 .185 6 3 13 0 .267 0 2 6 7 .452 68 44 11 .911 Totals .185 48 34 81 11 15 0 0 0 4 15 .185 6 3 13 0 .267 0 2 6 7 .452 68 44 11 .911 *denotes season at UC Riverside

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/// SCARLET KNIGHTS /// #3 | STEPHANIE HUANG SOPHOMORE • MIDDLE INFIELD PARAMUS, N.J. • PARAMUS HS AS A FRESHMAN (2013):

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Para-

Saw action in 43 of RU’s 53 games, earning 19 starts ... registered the first multi-hit game of her career against Boston College (March 17), going 2-for-3 with a run scored … hit her first double as a Scarlet Knight against Nevada (March 9) … notched her first-career run against George Mason (March 2) … earned her first start (designated player) as a Scarlet Knight in a win over George Mason (March 1) … recorded the first hit of her RU career in her first college at-bat at UTSA (Feb. 16).

mus HS and captain during her senior season ... unanimous first team all-county and first team all-league selection ... led the squad in batting average (.510), steals (32), hits (50), triples (eight) and runs (41) in her junior season ... tied school’s single season record for triples and runs ... led the squad to a 2011 league championship ... also a four-year letterwinner in basketball ... two-time second team all-league selection ... five-year member of the NJ Sparks ... helped guide squad to a 2009 Pony National Championship ... honor roll student.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Sheng-Lu Soong and Jason Huang … has one brother, Kevin, who graduated from Rutgers in 2009 … intends to major in management and minor in marketing … born Jan. 7, 1994.

HUANG’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 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% 2013 .245 43 19 49 13 12 1 0 0 2 13 .265 4 0 8 0 .302 0 4 3 6 34 10 3 .936 TOTAL .245 43 19 49 13 12 1 0 0 2 13 .265 4 0 8 0 .302 0 4 3 6 34 10 3 .936

#9 | DRESDEN MADDOX SOPHOMORE • PITCHER KENNESAW, GA. • HARRISON HS AS A FRESHMAN (2013):

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Four-year varsity letterwinner as a

Was second on the team in wins with a 10-6 record and 3.36 ERA … saw action in 27 games, starting in 16 … threw a complete game five-hitter against South Florida, guiding the Scarlet Knights to their first victory against USF in 18 tries (March 23) … her first win came against Rider in a 5.0-inning, six-strikeout outing (March 2) … earned her first career start against Missouri State (Feb. 16) ... allowed one hit and struck out three against the Bears.

pitcher at Kennesaw HS … part of the 2010 first team all-region and all-county team ... made the 2009 all-county honorable mention … named team MVP and all-county pitcher of the year … won the Kennesaw State University Bobbie Bailer Award for Athletic Excellence... named the Georgia Dugout Club Player of the Year and was selected for the 2011 Georgia Dugout Club All-Star Game … posted an ERA of 0.79 and maintained the highest GPA on the team in 2010 and 2011... was named a Scholar athlete from 2009-2011 … named the East Cobb Bullets 2010 ASA Hall of Fame Tournament Champion.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Kelley and Jaime Maddox … her sister, Sierra, will be joining the Rutgers softball team in 2015 … intends to major in exercise science … born Nov. 2, 1993.

MADDOX’S CAREER STATISTICS Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2013 3.36 10 6 27 16 5 3 2 0 102.0 87 58 49 74 68 12 0 15 481 .225 11 11 0 2 7 TOTAL 3.36 10 6 27 16 5 3 2 0 102.0 87 58 49 74 68 12 0 15 481 .225 11 11 0 2 7

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/// SCARLET KNIGHTS /// #16 | MELANIE SLOWINSKI SOPHOMORE • MIDDLE INFIELD SEVERN, MD. • GLEN BURNIE HS AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 47 of RU’s 50 games while starting in 40, including the final 17 at shortstop … hit .263 after taking over as the team’s everyday shortstop on April 10 … notched her second double of the season in a 2-for-4 day against St. John’s (April 27) … went 2-for-3 with a run and two RBIs against Boston College, marking her second multi-hit and multi-RBI efforts on the season (March 17) … notched a two-RBI effort against Rider (March 2)

… recorded her first career run scored and RBI in the team’s 3-0 victory against Missouri State (Feb. 16) … tallied a 2-for-3 game with a double against Iowa State (Feb. 15).

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Was a utility player in all four years at Glen Burnie HS ... selected as a member of the First Team Annapolis Capital All-County Team in her freshman, sophomore and junior years … named to Anne Arundel County Coaches First Team in her sophomore and junior seasons … named to the Baltimore Sun’s All-Area Second Team during junior campaign … earned Washington Post Honorable Mention junior season.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Beverly Mistove and Steve Slowinski … an undecided major … born Jan. 23, 1994.

SLOWINSKI’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 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% 2013 .226 47 40 115 12 26 3 0 0 15 29 .252 9 0 19 0 .282 0 2 1 1 44 42 3 .966 TOTAL .226 47 40 115 12 26 3 0 0 15 29 .252 9 0 19 0 .282 0 2 1 1 44 42 3 .966

#13 | JORDAN WHITLEY SOPHOMORE • INFIELD CLAYTON, DEL. • SMYRNA HS AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Started the final 33 games at third base for RU and 45 overall … was second among freshmen with a .239 batting average … registered three consecutive 2-for4 efforts from April 3-6, recording three RBIs in that span … went 3-for-3 against Hartford (March 27) and UConn (March 29), guiding RU to a pair of victories … went 1-for-3 with a walk and an RBI against Northern Illinois (March 9) … turned in a 1-for-1 effort with an RBI and a run scored in a win over George Mason (March 1) … hit a single in the team’s 3-0 win against Missouri State (Feb. 16), the first hit of her career.

AT SMYRNA HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year utility player and se-

man … played second based during her sophomore campaign and spent time at third base as a junior and a senior... named an honorable mention all-conference junior year at third base … led Smyrna in batting average (.473), on-base percentage(.508) had least number of strikeouts (four) and no defensive errors during her sophomore year... led the team to three appearances in Delaware State Tournament, including a semifinal appearance her sophomore year and a championship appearance her junior year … awarded academic all-conference as a junior... played varsity field hockey her sophomore and junior year... ran indoor track freshman and sophomore year... winner of AAUW Award in 2011... academic achievements include honor roll all four years, Blue-Gold Ambassador in her junior year, member of the National Honor Society, SGA and Letterman’s Club.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Charles and Michele … has two younger sisters, Rein and Jaz … intends to major in aerospace engineering … born March 11, 1994.

nior captain at Smyrna HS ... started at shortstop as a fresh-

WHITLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 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% 2013 .239 53 45 142 13 34 6 0 0 16 40 .282 11 2 17 0 .303 0 2 2 2 54 71 7 .947 TOTAL .239 53 45 142 13 34 6 0 0 16 40 .282 11 2 17 0 .303 0 2 2 2 54 71 7 .947

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#23 | DANIELLE DEMARCO

FRESHMAN • FIRST BASE PEQUANNOCK, N.J. PEQUANNOCK HS

FRESHMAN THIRD BASE/ UTL. BROOKFIELD, CONN. BROOKFIELD HS

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: A threeyear varsity letterwinner at Pequannock HS … the team went 81-8-1 in her career, winning the New Jersey Group II State Championship in 2012 and the North Jersey Group II Section 1 Championship in 2011 … team was a three-time winner of the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference Independence Division (2013, 2012, 2011) … served as a team captain in her senior season … named Second Team All-Morris County by Morris County Softball Coaches’ Association … hit .393 with 36 RBIs while tossing 63 innings with a 2.10 ERA … also a three-year varsity letterwinner in girls basketball, leading the team with 293 points as a captain in her senior year … named the 2013 Suburban Trends Overall Female Athlete of the Year … played seven years of club ball with the New Jersey Sparks, also playing for the 12U New Jersey Rocks and the 10 U New Jersey Diamonds.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Kristin and Tim … has three siblings, Joshua, Emma and Megan … her sister, Megan, graduated from Rutgers … an undecided major … born Sept. 20, 1995.

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: A fouryear softball letterwinner at Brookfield HS, winning the SWC in 2011 ... finished as runner-up in the 2012 SWC … in her sophomore year, helped her team win the conference title … led the team in on-base percentage and batting average that year, earning all-conference honors and Brookfield HS Offensive Player of the Year honors … in her junior year, led the team in RBIs and maintained a .464 batting average … named AllPatriot League in her freshman and junior year (2010 and 2012) … named all-state in sophomore and senior year (2011 and 2013) … named team captain her senior year, holding a .500 batting average … maintained high honors throughout high school, earning all-conference academic honors in her sophomore year … recipient of the Robert Brown Leadership Award her senior year … member of the Wicked Softball club in Newton, Conn., from 2008 to present … led the Wicked in hits, home runs and RBIs in 2011.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Chris and Denise … has two brothers, Chris and Jon … also has two cousins who attended Rutgers … intends to major in biology … born June 5, 1995.

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#21 | AUBRIE LEVINE

FRESHMAN CATCHER/OUTFIELD YORBA LINDA, CALIF. YORBA LINDA HS

FRESHMAN • PITCHER YORBA LINDA, CALIF. YORBA LINDA HS

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: A four-

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Three-

year letter-winning catcher at Yorba Linda HS … was named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year and first team allleague in 2012 and earned second team all-league honors in 2013 … played two years of club ball with the OC Elite and two years with the OC Dynasty … qualified for the Principal’s Honor Roll three times in her high school career.

year letterwinner at Yorba Linda HS … awarded Most Improved Player Award, the Mustang Scholar Award Recipient, the AP Scholar Award and was a member of the SoCal Invasion Team (2009-2010) … played for OC Dynasty Team (2010-2011) … competed on OC Elite (20112013) … trains with one of the Los Angeles Angels strength trainers.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Mike and Cindy … has one

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Larry and Donna … plans to

brother, Justin … also has a pair of Major League Baseball familial connections, as Nolan Ryan, Hall of Fame pitcher and owner of the Texas Rangers, is her great uncle … Reid Ryan, president of the Houston Astros, is her cousin … intends to major in psychology … born April 26, 1995.

major in psychology … has one brother, Jordan, and one sister, Lauren … born May 26, 1995.

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#15 | GABRIELLE ROMANOWSKI

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Four-year

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: A three-

varsity player at Santiago HS … team was the league champion in her sophomore year (2010) … as a junior, she earned the Scholar-Athlete Award, given to the athlete with the highest GPA on the team … helped the squad to a 2011 league championship, a 2011 state championship and a CIF 2011 state championship … was a CIF 2012 Division I Finalist as a senior … won the 2012 Scholar-Athlete Award … named National Hispanic Scholar by the College Board … member of the National Honors Society … member of the U-16 Arsenal (2009-2010) … played for Sudden Impact Gold Team (2010-2011), the Triple Crown February Frost Champions and the OC Elite Gold (20112012) … volunteered for Relay for Life with Youth Cancer Society and dedicated over 200 hours as a service member of National Honor Society.

year letterwinner … finished with a .508 batting average in her junior year, ranking in the top 10 in the Shore Conference … notched the top batting average in the Shore Conference in her senior season, hitting .628 … two-time All-Shore Third Team selection (2010 and 2013) … earned all-district team for three consecutive years (2010-2012) … named to the B North Coaches List all four years of high school (2010-2013) … served as captain of the RKE Jaxx club team from 2012-2013.

FRESHMAN MIDDLE INFIELD CORONA, CALIF. SANTIAGO HS

FRESHMAN CATCHER/THIRD BASE FREEHOLD, N.J. FREEHOLD BOROUGH HS

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Theodore and Elizabeth … has three sisters, Rachael, Mary and Caroline and two brothers, Teddy and Joseph … intends to major in food science … her grandfather, Salvator Micchelli, graduated from Rutgers in 1950 … born June 23, 1995.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Ken and Patti … has one sis-

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ter, Shawnna, who plays outfield for Cal Baptist University … intends to major in biology … born October 6, 1995.

FRESHMAN INFIELD/ UTL. DEPTFORD, N.J. GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC HS

#12 | SHAYLA SWEENEY FRESHMAN • PITCHER BARRINGTON, N.J. HADDON HEIGHTS HS

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Varsity starter all four years at Haddon Heights HS, earning first team all-conference honors in each season … also earned MVP all four years … named first team All-South Jersey three years in a row … selected to first team all-state in her junior and senior year … led team to a state championship in senior year and broke the single season win record (26) … made the Honor and Principle’s list … member of the New Jersey Gators Gold and won U-14 State Championship … finished 13th at Nationals.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of Teri and Dave … has two sis-

PRIOR TO RUTGERS: Fouryear softball and basketball letterwinner … helped the softball team win the South Jersey State Championship in her freshman and sophomore year … earned the MVP award in both her sophomore and junior year … female athlete of the year her senior year … named second team all-conference her sophomore year … named first team all-conference her junior and senior year … named all-South Jersey in her junior and senior year … played in the South Jersey All-Star game and in the Super 36 at Seton Hall … member of the NJ Mysitics18U Gold summer of 2009-2013.

PERSONAL INFO: Daughter of DJ and Susan …has two siblings, Tre and Cambrie … an undecided major … born June 13, 1995.

ters, Megan and Erin O’Brien and one brother, Shane … plans to major in public health and psychology … her uncle, now a lawyer, earned a degree from Rutgers … born Nov. 23, 1994.

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/// 2014 SEASON OUTLOOK ///

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fter achieving the first 30-win season in head coach Jay Nelson’s tenure and just the fourth in the program’s 38year history, Rutgers softball enters the season even hungrier in 2014. With six starters returning to Piscataway along with 11 letterwinners, the Scarlet Knights are poised to continue their ascension under Nelson. Fourteen of RU’s 20 roster spots are occupied by underclassmen, as the squad enters its first and only year in the American Athletic Conference before moving to the Big Ten in 2015. Between a youthful core containing eight freshmen and six sophomores, and an experienced upperclassmen group, the future of Rutgers softball is undoubtedly bright. “Overall we are much more athletic than in the past,” Nelson said. “It has been one of our team goals to train athletes, not just softball players. Thanks to the aid of our strength trainer, Dana Ferraro, our team has really embraced conditioning. It has helped our athletes with not only strength, but also with speed and agility.” Nelson returns for his eighth season at the helm of the program, with assistant coach Misty Beaver also entering her eighth year. Volunteer assistant Mark Lawrence will return in 2014, while former RU player Lindsey Curran rounds out the staff as an assistant coach this season.

PITCHING One of the strengths of the 2014 Scarlet Knights will likely lie within the circle. Two of RU’s top pitchers return this season, as they are joined by a pair of newcomers who add depth to the staff. Leading the Rutgers rotation is junior left-hander Alyssa Landrith. Landrith is 35-26 with a 2.32 ERA over the last two seasons, leading RU with a 17-15 record a year ago. Her 192 strikeouts in 2013 were a school record, while she tied for third on the singe-season list in innings pitched (201.0) and wins (17). Her three saves also tied for a single-season high. “Alyssa carried the load last year with 201 innings pitched. With only three pitchers, she was pressed into pitching a little more than I wanted her to pitch,” Nelson said. “Alyssa is capable of beat-

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ing anyone and brought home the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year award two years ago. From watching her this fall I know she is focused on leading this team to a great finish.” The other key returner in the circle is sophomore righty Dresden Maddox, who went 10-6 in her rookie campaign with a 3.36 ERA. Used more in a starting role as the season progressed – seven of her 16 games started were in conference play – Maddox developed into the No. 2 pitcher behind Landrith in the rotation as a freshman. “Dresden carried some of the pitching load last year. She experienced success in her freshman year and knows what she had to do to improve,” Nelson said. “I think the number one thing she needs to work on is cutting down her base on balls and being consistent in the strike zone.” Joining the pitching staff are freshmen right-handers Aubrie Levine and Shayla Sweeney. Levine, a California native, will join the Scarlet Knights after playing three years of varsity softball at Yorba Linda HS. Sweeney will remain in her home state to bolster the RU staff after playing varsity for four years at Haddon Heights HS. “Right now I’m looking at Aubrie in a relief role and Shayla as a starter,” Nelson said. “How they fare in these roles will determine their roles in the future. We play a 56-game schedule and the first 25 games or so are all before we open in conference. This will give both Shayla and Aubrie a chance to compete for a larger role when conference play begins.”

INFIELD With starters returning at two of the four infield spots, including two letterwinners with prime experience, the infield unit has bright future. Sophomore Jordan Whitley and senior Alexis Durando resume their careers “On the Banks” after starting last season at third and first base, respectively. Durando, who has started 82 of 91 games since her sophomore year, finished third on the team last season with a .304 batting average. She tied for the team lead with six

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/// 2014 SEASON OUTLOOK /// home runs and also led the squad in slugging percentage (.497). “Alexis returns as our starting first baseman and she is a power threat,” Nelson said. “She is also a senior team leader and someone that keeps the team loose when the need arises.” Whitley started 45 of her 53 games played at the hot corner, compiling a .947 fielding percentage to go with a .239 batting average. “Jordan was our starter at third base last year and did a great job,” Nelson said. “She bats from the left side and is a contact hitter. We expect her to hit for more power this year.” Players also returning with experience include middle infielders Melanie Slowinski and Stefanie Huang. Both sophomores, Slowinski started 40 games at shortstop in her rookie campaign after taking over for injured senior, Ashley Bragg. Huang was used primarily on the bases, but recorded 19 starts as a second baseman and designated player. She hit .245 and stole three bases. Joining the youthful unit in 2014 are first baseman Bridget Carr, third baseman and utility player Danielle DeMarco, middle infielder Ashlynn Martinez and infielder and utility player Carly Todd. RU will also be joined by sophomore middle infielder Meagan Esteban, who transferred to Piscataway from UC Riverside.

OUTFIELD Undoubtedly the team’s most experienced group, the outfield also boasts some of RU’s most explosive hitters. Senior right fielder Loren Williams and junior left fielder Chandler Howard finished 2013 as the top two Scarlet Knights at the plate. Williams hit .315, setting a new school record with 197 at-bats as Rutgers’ leadoff hitter. She also compiled six homers, 11 doubles and 25 RBIs.

a great job of getting on base with an on-base average of nearly .400. “Liz has had the most experience catching our staff in games. Right now she is the front-runner, but there is going to be a lot of competition for the starting role.” Among newcomers looking to compete are Dana Hendry and Gabrielle Romanowski. Hendry, a Yorba Linda, Calif., native, has experience in the outfield, while Romanowski can also play third base. “This fall both Dana and Gabby did well however we didn’t have the chance to look at Gabby for an extended period due to injury,” Nelson said. “She is healthy now and ready to go.”

SCHEDULE The Rutgers softball team will play a 56-game slate that features 16 home games at the RU Softball Complex and six opponents that qualified for the 2013 NCAA Tournament. The Scarlet Knights begin their season on Friday, Feb. 14 at the University of Texas at San Antonio Tournament, before competing in two more tournaments leading up to their March 12 home-opener vs. Hampton. American Athletic Conference play kicks off on Saturday, March 22, when the Scarlet Knights face 2013 NCAA qualifier in Louisville. From there, RU welcomes NCAA qualifying Hofstra to the RU Softball Complex for a nonconference doubleheader (March 26) and rolls into its first home conference series against USF from March 29-30. The Scarlet Knights took one-of-three games against USF last season to snap a 17-game losing streak against the Bulls.

Howard was not far off Williams’ pace, hitting .305 with 11 doubles and notching 33 RBIs. In between the two of them is junior center fielder Jackie Bates, who led RU with 35 RBIs and 13 doubles last season.

RU will settle in Piscataway for its next eight contests from April 1827, beginning with a three-game conference series with Memphis. Former BIG EAST rival St. John’s visits the RU Softball Complex for the first time since 2012 on Wednesday, April 23. From there, RU looks to continue its success against conference opponent UConn from April 26-27 after taking two-of-three games last season.

“We have our entire starting outfield back and that is huge especially when two of them hit number one and number two in the line-up,” Nelson said. “With our top three hitters returning we have the core of a pretty good offense. We will be looking for our newcomers to step up and produce.”

A contest with LIU on Wednesday, April 30 marks the final home game of 2014 for the Scarlet Knights, who will play their final four games of the season on the road. The team treks to play Iona on Saturday, May 1 before traveling to NCAA-qualifying and AAC opponent Houston to close its regular season from May 3-4.

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The American Athletic Conference Championships will be hosted by Houston University in Houston, Texas from May 8-10.

Filling the shoes of a four-year starter behind the plate is a tall task, but Nelson remains confident his Scarlet Knights are ready for the challenge in 2014. With the graduation of Kaci Madden last season, the competition for the starting job will largely focus on two players – senior Emma Woo and sophomore Liz Adams. In Nelson’s eyes, both have showed strong signs of encouragement in the offseason and through the fall.

“We want to improve on last year,” Nelson said. “Any win total 30 or over is a good goal and puts ourselves in a position to win the conference and advance in postseason play,” Nelson said. “Advancing into the postseason is a team goal that every coach and athlete has in mind.”

“Last year, Emma had limited playing time as a transfer catcher behind Kaci. I am very encouraged by her play this fall and she will be a contender to be a starting catcher,” Nelson said. “Liz is our sophomore returning catcher and she had a little more playing time last year than Emma. Liz batted .286 as a freshman and does @RUSOFTBALL

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n head coach Jay Nelson’s seventh year at the helm of the program, the Rutgers softball team recorded 30 wins for just the fourth time in the program’s 38-year history. Despite missing the BIG EAST Championships by one game, the Scarlet Knights enjoyed one of the most successful campaigns in Nelson’s tenure, finishing the season 30-26 overall and 8-14 in BIG EAST play. RU recorded the second-most doubles (78) in program history, tied for third in home runs (28), recorded the third-most RBIs (221) and tied for the third-most shutouts (12). RU also had a pair of winners in the circle, as sophomore Alyssa Landrith and freshman Dresden Maddox went 17-15 and 9-6, respectively. Landrith set a new school record with 192 strikeouts in 2013, also finishing third all-time in innings pitched (201.0) tying for third with 17 wins and tying for first with the most saves (three).

next 11 contests. RU swept Hartford in a midweek doubleheader on March 27, as both Landrith and Maddox posted shutout victories. From there RU went on to take two-of-three games from BIG EAST foe UConn (March 29-30) at the RU Softball Complex before taking two-of-three from another BIG EAST foe, Georgetown (April 6-7). The Scarlet Knights slipped up in their next three conference series, falling to Notre Dame, Syracuse and St. John’s. The losses set Rutgers up with a win-and-get-in scenario for its final three games of the regular season against Pittsburgh, held at the Rutgers Softball Complex from May 4-5. RU took the second game of the series, 4-3, needing a win in the season finale to secure a spot in the BIG EAST Championships. But a four-run second inning by Pitt in Game Three proved to be the difference in the contest, as Rutgers’ three hits were not enough to push to runs needed across the plate.

At the plate, the Scarlet Knights had a trio of .300-plus hitters, led by junior Loren Williams. Williams hit .315 in 2013, tying for the team lead with 11 doubles and six home runs. Her 62 hits were tied for the third-most in a single-season in program history, while she set a new school record with 197 at-bat as the Scarlet Knights’ leadoff hitter. Behind her in the lineup were sophomore Chandler Howard and junior Alexis Durando, who hit .305 and .304, respectively, last season. Both tied for the team lead with 11 doubles, as Durando led the squad with a .497 slugging percentage. After starting the season 7-8 through the first three tournaments of the regular season, RU rattled off a five-game winning streak and won six of seven games in Clearwater, Fla. to improve to 13-9 on the year. Two of those games were decided in six innings or less, while the only blemish in the stretch came in eight innings, 2-1, against Oklahoma State on March 15. The Scarlet Knights began conference play by defeating USF, 3-2, in the second contest of a three-game set on March 23. The win snapped a 12-game losing streak to the Bulls. Following the USF series the Scarlet Knights began playing some of their best softball of the season, winning eight of their @RUSOFTBALL

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/// 2013 SEASON STATISTICS /// RECORD: 30-26 HOME: 10-8 AWAY: 10-11 NEUTRAL: 10-7 BIG EAST: 8-14 BATTING No. Player AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 77 WILLIAMS, LOREN .315 56 56 197 46 62 11 0 6 25 91 .462 12 2 29 0 .360 0 1 18 20 47 2 2 .961 6 HOWARD, CHANDLER .305 56 56 177 29 54 11 0 1 33 68 .384 26 4 27 0 .406 0 1 6 9 74 0 3 .961 20 DURANDO, ALEXIS .304 56 56 161 33 49 11 1 6 34 80 .497 19 0 20 0 .374 2 2 8 10 300 28 9 .973 7 HARABEDIAN, JENNI .299 50 46 134 15 40 3 0 3 16 52 .388 7 1 19 0 .336 1 1 9 10 91 53 6 .960 27 ADAMS, ELIZABETH .286 17 11 28 5 8 1 0 0 5 9 .321 5 0 3 0 .394 0 2 1 1 37 1 0 1.000 14 BATES, JACKIE .258 56 56 182 34 47 13 0 6 35 78 .429 19 0 26 1 .328 0 0 10 12 82 1 2 .976 2 BRAGG, ASHLEY .258 34 34 97 15 25 8 0 0 13 33 .340 7 0 20 0 .305 1 2 3 3 43 50 6 .939 3 HUANG, STEPHANIE .245 43 19 49 13 12 1 0 0 2 13 .265 4 0 8 0 .302 0 4 3 6 34 10 3 .936 13 WHITLEY, JORDAN .239 53 45 142 13 34 6 0 0 16 40 .282 11 2 17 0 .303 0 2 2 2 54 71 7 .947 22 MADDEN, KACI .235 51 50 115 12 27 5 0 2 15 38 .330 14 2 12 1 .328 0 6 0 1 280 27 3 .990 16 SLOWINSKI, MELANI .226 47 40 115 12 26 3 0 0 15 29 .252 9 0 19 0 .282 0 2 1 1 44 42 3 .966 15 ALDEN, ASHLEY .165 48 34 85 17 14 5 0 4 12 31 .365 24 3 24 1 .363 1 1 2 4 12 20 5 .865 19 WOO, EMMA .222 8 1 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 .222 0 0 2 0 .222 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1.000 Totals .268 56 56 1491 244 400 78 1 28 221 564 .378 157 14 226 3 .343 5 25 64 80 1107 363 53 .965 Opponents .254 56 56 1427 195 362 38 4 46 178 546 .383 178 40 297 2 .351 6 34 38 55 1100 476 69 .958 LOB - Team (350), Opp (385). DPs turned - Team (14), Opp (11). IBB - Team (0), Opp (4). Picked off - WHITLEY, J 1.

PITCHING No. Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO 8 LANDRITH, ALYSSA 2.47 17 15 42 28 19 6 1 9 MADDOX, DRESDEN 3.36 10 6 27 16 5 3 2 10 HOUSTON, ABBEY 3.50 3 5 25 12 2 1 1 Totals 2.90 30 26 56 56 26 12 2 Opponents 3.63 26 30 56 56 28 6 0

SV IP H 3 201.0 193 0 102.0 87 0 66.0 82 3 369.0 362 3 366.2 400

R ER BB SO 2B 85 71 55 192 20 58 49 74 68 12 52 33 49 37 6 195 153 178 297 38 244 190 157 226 78

3B 4 0 0 4 1

HR AB B/Avg 25 773 .250 15 387 .225 6 267 .307 46 1427 .254 28 1491 .268

WP 2 11 12 25 14

HBP 21 11 8 40 14

BK SFA SHA 0 4 17 0 2 7 1 0 10 1 6 34 2 5 25

PB - Team (3), MADDEN, K 3, Opp (10). Pickoffs - Team (0), Opp (1). SBA/ATT - MADDEN, K (29-46), LANDRITH, A (17-28), HOUSTON, A (11-14), MADDOX, D (10-13), ADAMS, E (7-7), WOO, E (2-2).

FIELDING No. Player 27 ADAMS, ELIZABETH 9 MADDOX, DRESDEN 19 WOO, EMMA 22 MADDEN, KACI 14 BATES, JACKIE 20 DURANDO, ALEXIS 16 SLOWINSKI, MELANI 8 LANDRITH, ALYSSA 6 HOWARD, CHANDLER 77 WILLIAMS, LOREN 7 HARABEDIAN, JENNI 13 WHITLEY, JORDAN 2 BRAGG, ASHLEY 3 HUANG, STEPHANIE 15 ALDEN, ASHLEY 10 HOUSTON, ABBEY Totals Opponents

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C PO 38 37 21 2 1 1 310 280 85 82 337 300 89 44 28 6 77 74 51 47 150 91 132 54 99 43 47 34 37 12 21 0 1523 1107 1645 1100

A E 1 0 19 0 0 0 27 3 1 2 28 9 42 3 21 1 0 3 2 2 53 6 71 7 50 6 10 3 20 5 18 3 363 53 476 69

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 .990 .976 .973 .966 .964 .961 .961 .960 .947 .939 .936 .865 .857 .965 .958

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SBA% 1.000 .769 1.000 .630 - - - .607 - - - - - - - .786 .691 .800

PB 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 10

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


/// 2013 STATISTICS /// WIN-LOSS SUMMARY: Total....................................... 30-26 Conference............................ 8-14 Non-Conf...............................22-12 Home.........................................10-8 Away........................................ 10-11 Neutral..................................... 10-7 Day...........................................28-25 Night............................................. 2-1 vs Left......................................... 2-3 vs Right.................................28-23 1-Run games...........................5-8 2-Run games.......................... 3-4 5+Run games........................16-6 Extra inns................................. 2-4 Shutouts.................................12-6 Scoring 0-2 runs................ 2-18 Scoring 3-5 runs................10-6 Scoring 6-9 runs.................15-1 Scoring 10+ runs....................3-1 Opponent 0-2 runs........... 23-4 Opponent 3-5 runs.............6-11 Opponent 6-9 runs..............1-5 Opponent 10+ runs..............0-6 Scored in 1st inning.........14-6 Scores first.......................... 24-8 Opp. scores first................6-18 After 4 leading................... 23-3 After 4 trailing......................2-17 After 4 tied.............................. 5-6 After 5 leading................... 22-4 After 5 trailing..................... 2-12 After 5 tied.............................. 2-5 After 6 leading................... 20-2 After 6 trailing..................... 2-13 After 6 tied.............................. 2-6 Hit 0 home runs................17-20 Hit 1 home run....................... 9-3 Hit 2+ home runs.................. 4-3 Opponent 0 home runs.25-9 Opponent 1 home run........ 4-5 Opponent 2+ HRs................. 1-12 Made 0 errors......................16-8 Made 1 error...........................8-9 Made 2+ errors......................6-9 Opp. made 0 errors.............8-9 Opp. made 1 error............12-10 Opp. made 2+ errors......... 10-7 Out-hit opponent.............. 24-4 Out-hit by opponent.........3-19 Hits are tied............................ 3-3

BATTING ANALYSIS FOR RUTGERS vs Left vs Right w/Runners On w/Bases Empty w/Bases Loaded R ch as Leadoff Fly Gnd Player H AB Avg H AB Avg H AB Avg H AB Avg H AB Avg Rch Ops Pct Out Out Out 27 ADAMS, ELIZABETH 0 0 - 8 28 .286 6 15 .400 2 13 .154 0 0 - 2 6 .333 5 13 0.4 15 ALDEN, ASHLEY 3 12 .250 11 73 .151 7 47 .149 7 38 .184 2 4 .500 10 21 .476 26 19 1.4 14 BATES, JACKIE 7 26 .269 40 156 .256 30 105 .286 17 77 .221 3 9 .333 4 17 .235 45 54 0.8 2 BRAGG, ASHLEY 2 12 .167 23 85 .271 16 58 .276 9 39 .231 0 1 .000 5 18 .278 27 24 1.1 20 DURANDO, ALEXIS 7 24 .292 42 137 .307 28 83 .337 21 78 .269 3 9 .333 20 54 .370 33 58 0.6 7 HARABEDIAN, JENNI 3 15 .200 37 119 .311 19 68 .279 21 66 .318 0 3 .000 12 29 .414 43 32 1.3 6 HOWARD, CHANDLER 8 23 .348 46 154 .299 35 89 .393 19 88 .216 3 7 .429 15 34 .441 32 61 0.5 3 HUANG, STEPHANIE 2 8 .250 10 41 .244 6 23 .261 6 26 .231 0 2 .000 3 12 .250 6 23 0.3 22 MADDEN, KACI 6 19 .316 21 96 .219 15 53 .283 12 62 .194 1 4 .250 10 30 .333 39 38 1.0 16 SLOWINSKI, MELANI 2 14 .143 24 101 .238 17 70 .243 9 45 .200 3 9 .333 10 29 .345 28 35 0.8 13 WHITLEY, JORDAN 1 20 .050 33 122 .270 20 73 .274 14 69 .203 1 5 .200 8 28 .286 33 50 0.7 77 WILLIAMS, LOREN 7 22 .318 55 175 .314 25 77 .325 37 120 .308 3 8 .375 29 89 .326 51 54 0.9 19 WOO, EMMA 0 0 - 2 9 .222 0 4 .000 2 5 .400 0 0 - 0 1 .000 2 4 0.5 Totals 48 195 .246 352 1296 .272 224 765 .293 176 726 .242 19 61 .311 128 368 .348 370 465 0.8 Opponents 193 773 .250 169 654 .258 169 725 .233 193 702 .275 14 60 .233 143 372 .384 433 334 1.3 2 out RBIs - Team (98), DURANDO, A 24, HOWARD, C 12, MADDEN, K 10, BATES, J 9, BRAGG, A 9, WILLIAMS, L 8, SLOWINSKI, M 7, HARABEDIAN 6, WHITLEY, J 6, ALDEN, A 4, HUANG, S 2, ADAMS, E 1, Opp (76). With Runners w/Rnr on 3rd Success Pinch Hitting In Scoring Pos And LT 2 Out With 2 Out Advancing Rnrs Rnrs Rch Rch Player H AB Avg H AB Avg RBI Ops Pct H AB Avg RBI Adv Ops Pct w/Out LOB Err FC KL 27 ADAMS, ELIZABETH 1 2 .500 4 11 .364 2 3 .667 2 10 .200 1 12 19 .632 3 11 1 1 0 15 ALDEN, ASHLEY 3 7 .429 4 33 .121 3 6 .500 6 36 .167 4 18 57 .316 3 38 4 1 11 14 BATES, JACKIE 0 0 - 18 63 .286 8 14 .571 19 74 .257 9 51 110 .464 9 35 9 11 11 2 BRAGG, ASHLEY 0 0 - 8 35 .229 2 9 .222 8 33 .242 9 30 66 .455 5 22 2 6 9 20 DURANDO, ALEXIS 0 0 - 19 52 .365 4 9 .444 24 62 .387 24 51 92 .554 15 38 5 9 7 7 HARABEDIAN, JENNI 1 2 .500 10 43 .233 5 12 .417 16 39 .410 6 30 71 .423 11 24 2 5 5 6 HOWARD, CHANDLER 0 0 - 26 61 .426 7 10 .700 16 39 .410 12 61 97 .629 21 26 3 4 7 3 HUANG, STEPHANIE 2 3 .667 5 17 .294 0 2 .000 4 17 .235 2 19 30 .633 7 10 4 1 2 22 MADDEN, KACI 0 0 - 8 26 .308 4 5 .800 10 35 .286 10 31 62 .500 12 27 4 4 5 16 SLOWINSKI, MELANI 1 5 .200 12 48 .250 6 10 .600 9 41 .220 7 36 75 .480 9 29 7 7 7 13 WHITLEY, JORDAN 3 7 .429 15 47 .319 5 6 .833 9 52 .173 6 36 80 .450 8 41 8 6 0 77 WILLIAMS, LOREN 0 0 - 18 53 .340 7 14 .500 14 51 .275 8 35 79 .443 4 32 2 10 7 19 WOO, EMMA 2 7 .286 0 2 .000 0 0 - 0 3 .000 0 1 5 .200 1 3 0 0 0 Totals 13 33 .394 147 491 .299 53 100 .530 137 492 .278 98 411 843 .488 108 350 51 65 71 Opponents 10 33 .303 104 448 .232 35 83 .422 116 473 .245 76 352 831 .424 95 385 38 43 104 Success Advancing Runners = percentage of times the batter advanced at least one runner during a plate appearance #Rnrs Adv w/Out = TOTAL number of runners advanced when the player made an out

RECORD WHEN TEAM SCORES: RUNS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ W-L 0-6 1-9 1-3 3-5 4-0 3-1 2-1 5-0 5-0 3-0 3-1

RECORD WHEN OPPONENT SCORES: RUNS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ W-L 12-0 4-0 7-4 3-6 1-3 2-2 1-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-6

RECORD WHEN LEADING AFTER: INN. 1 2 3 4 5 6 W-L 12-3 20-4 20-3 23-3 22-4 20-2

RECORD WHEN TRAILING AFTER: INN. 1 2 3 4 5 6 W-L 4-10 3-12 3-16 2-17 2-12 2-13

RECORD WHEN TIED AFTER: INN. 1 2 3 4 5 6 W-L 14-13 7-10 7-7 5-6 2-5 2-6

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/// RUTGERS SOFTBALL RECORD BOOK /// CAREER BATTING Most Hits 1. 233 Carla Camino (1990-93) 2. 213 Sharron Morris (1993-96) 3. 194 Brittney Lindley (2009-12) Most Singles 1. 174 Carla Camino (1990-93) 2. 163 Karen Pelkey (1995-99) 3. 161 Amanda Shaw (2006-09)

Most Walks 1. 94 Brittney Lindley (2009-12) 2. 87 Jenny Card (2002-05) 3. 82 Amanda Heller (2006-09)

Most Doubles 1. 22 Carla Camino (1993) 2. 19 Sharon Morris (1993) 3. 15 Adele Calimer (1989)

Most Hit by Pitch 1. 43 Kaitlyn Valiante (2006-09) 2. 41 Brittney Lindley (2009-12) 3. 27 Angie Catalano (1998-99)

Most Triples 1. 10 Juliette Brooks (1996) 2. 8 Tracy Buono (1988) 8 Karen Pelkey (1997)

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Most Home Runs 1. 13 Brittney Lindley (2010) 13 Brittney Lindley (2011) 3. 12 Nikki Childress (2004)

Most Doubles 1. 51 Sharron Morris (1993-96) 2. 46 Michelle Nikolayew (1993-96) 3. 42 Brittney Lindley (2009-12)

Most Wins 1. 65 Juliette Brooks (1996-99) 2. 62 Nikki Ambruso (1989-92) 3. 57 Kelly Gallagher (1985-88)

Most Triples 1. 22 Juliette Brooks (1996-99) 2. 19 Michelle Nikolayew (1993-96) 3. 16 Carla Camino (1990-93)

Most Shutouts 1. 29 Nikki Ambruso (1989-92) 2. 24 Kelly Gallagher (1985-88) 3. 19 Sharon Martin (1980-83)

Most Home Runs 1. 34 Brittney Lindley (2009-12) 2. 21 Sarah Kalka (2006-09) 3. 20 Nikki Childress (2003-04)

Most Complete Games 1. 89 Nikki Ambruso (1989-92) 2. 81 Kelly Gallagher (1985-88) 81 Juliette Brooks (1996-99)

Most At-Bats 1. 661 Amanda Shaw (2006-09) 2. 645 Sharron Morris (1993-96) 3. 638 Karen Pelkey (1995-99)

Most Strikeouts 1. 518 Leah Black (2000-04) 2. 433 Kelly Gallagher (1985-88) 3. 392 Nikki Ambruso (1989-92)

Most RBIs 1. 145 Sharron Morris (1993-96) 2. 134 Brittney Lindley (2009-12) 3. 113 Mandy Craig (2008-11)

Lowest ERA 1. 0.36 Sharon Martin (1980-83) 2. 0.62 Belinda Baranek (1979-81) 3. 0.88 Lynn Luczkowski {1981-84}

Highest Batting Average 1. .383 Kelly Crosson (1997-00) 2. .381 Nikki Childress (2003-04) 3. .375 Juliette Brooks (1996-99)

Most Innings Pitched 1. 698.1 Nikki Ambruso (1989-92) 2. 682.1 Juliette Brooks (1996-99) 3. 676.0 Kelly Gallagher (1985-88)

Highest Fielding Percentage 1. .989 Kristin Madoch (2004-07) 2. .988 Kelly Crosson (1997-00) 3. .986 Colleen McNamara (1979-82)

Most Saves 1. 8 Kelly Gallagher (1985-88) 2. 5 Chrissy Yard (2006-09) 3. 4 Leah Black (2000-04)

Most Stolen Bases 1. 105 Karen Pelkey (1995-99) 2. 93 Brittney Neer (2001-04) 3. 52 Carla Camino (1990-93) Most Stolen-Base Attempts 1. 114 Karen Pelkey (1995-99) 2. 104 Brittney Neer (2001-04) 3. 52 Quyen Tran (1997-2000) 52 Amanda Shaw (2006-09) Most Sacrifice Hits 1. 38 Jackie Grippo (1986-89) 2. 30 T.J. Van Blargan (1989-92) 3. 26 Carla Camino (1990-93)

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Carla Camino (1993) Carla Camino (1992) Brittney Lindley (2011) Loren Williams (2013)

Most Singles 1. 63 Carla Camino (1993) 2. 51 Karen Pelkey (1999) 3. 50 Carla Camino (1992) 50 Jodi Miller (1992)

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Most At Bats 1. 197 Loren Williams (2013) 2. 189 Carla Camino (1993) 3. 184 Sharon Morris (1993) 4. 182 Karen Pelkey (1999) Most RBI 1. 47 2. 45 3. 43 43

Brittney Lindley (2011) Danielle Dolbow (1997) Sharon Morris (1993) Sharon Morris (1995)

Highest Batting Average 1. .487 Carla Camino (1993) 2. .466 Kelly Crosson (1999) 3. .440 Brittney Lindley (2011) Highest Fielding Percentage 1. 1.000 Bridget Ellis (1979) 1.000 Rose Ramsey (1980) 1.000 Donna Griffen (1980) 1.000 Jennifer Meinheit (2010) Most Stolen Bases 1. 33 Karen Pelkey (1995) 2. 31 Karen Pelkey (1999) 3. 30 Carla Camino (1993) 30 Brittney Neer (2001) Most Stolen-Base Attempts 1. 36 Karen Pelkey (1995) 2. 34 Karen Pelkey (1999) 3. 33 Brittney Neer (2001) Most Sacrifice Hits 1. 16 Jackie Grippo (1988) 16 Jodi Miller (1992) 3. 12 Carol Daniele (1979) 12 Juliette Brooks (1999) Most Walks 1. 36 Amanda Heller (2008) 2. 31 Brittney Lindley (2011) 3. 28 Mikelyn Messina (2010)

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SEASON PITCHING Most Wins 1. 21 Juliette Brooks (1999) 2. 18 Alyssa Landrith (2012) 3. 17 Kelly Gallagher (1985) 17 Alyssa Landrith (2013) Most Shutouts 1. 11 Hallie Cohen (1979) 2. 9 Nikki Ambruso (1991) 9 Alyssa Landrith (2012) Most Complete Games 1. 25 Nikki Ambruso (1991) 2. 24 Juliette Brooks (1997) 24 Juliette Brooks (1999) 24 Leah Black (2001) 24 Alyssa Landrith (2012) Most Strikeouts 1. 192 Alyssa Landrith (2013) 2. 191 Leah Black (2001) 3. 161 Kelly Gallagher (1985) 4. 145 Hallie Cohen (1979) Lowest ERA 1. 0.16 Sharon Martin (1981) Most Innings Pitched 1. 207.1 Juliette Brooks (1999) 2. 202.2 Alyssa Landrith (2012) 3. 201.0 Alyssa Landrith (2013) 4. 192.1 Kelly Gallagher (1988) Most Saves 1. 3 Kelly Gallagher (1988) 3 Chrissy Yard (2007) 3 Alyssa Landrith (2013) 2. 2 six tied with 2

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SINGLE SEASON TEAM BATTING RECORDS (Beginning in 1990, excludes 1991) Highest Batting Average 1. .316 (1993) .316 (1999) 3. .313 (1995) Most Runs Scored 1. 389 (1995) 2. 261 (1993) 3. 260 (1997) 260 (2011)

Most RBI 1. 233 (1993) 2. 223 (2011) 3. 221 (2013) 4. 219 (1999) Most Stolen Bases 1. 83 (2011) 2. 81 (1993) 81 (1995)

SINGLE SEASON TEAM PITCHING RECORDS (Beginning in 1990, excludes 1991)

Most Hits 1. 483 (1993) 2. 444 (1999) 3. 414 (1994)

Lowest ERA 1. 1.31 (2000) 2. 1.90 (1992) 3. 2.03 (1990)

Most Doubles 1. 94 (1993) 2. 78 (2013) 3. 76 (2007) 4. 70 (1999)

Most Shutouts 1. 16 (1990) 2. 14 (2002) 3. 12 (1992) 12 (2004) 12 (2013)

Most Triples 1. 32 (1995) 2. 26 (1994) 26 (1996) Most Home Runs 1. 36 (2011) 2. 29 (2012) 3. 28 (2007) 28 (2013)

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Lowest On Base Average 1. .208 (2000) 2. .209 (2001) 3. .212 (1992) Bold indicates active player


/// AWARD WINNERS /// BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1998 Angie Catalano BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2012 Alyssa Landrith BIG EAST ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM (Rutgers joined BIG EAST in 1996) 2012 Brittney Lindley, Third Team Alyssa Landrith, Third Team Chandler Howard, Third Team 2011 Mandy Craig, Second Team 2009 Mandy Craig, Second Team 2008 Amanda Heller, Second Team 2007 Sarah Kalka, First Team 2006 Brittany Loisel, Third Team 2005 Helen Smith, Second Team 2004 Nikki Childress, Third Team 2003 Nikki Childress, First Team 2000 Quyen Tran, Second Team 1999 Juluiette Brooks, First Team Angie Catalano, Second Team Jaime-Lyn Chmielowicz, Second Team Kelly Crosson, Second Team 1998 Juliette Brooks, Second Team Angie Catalano, First Team Jaime-Lyn Chmielowicz, First Team Kelly Crossson, Second Team Koren Melfi, Second Team 1997 Danielle Dolbow, First Team 1996 Danielle Dolbow, Second Team Sharon Morris, First Team Michelle Nikolayew, Second Team BIG EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 2002 Jenny Card, C 2001 Megan Antonucci, 1B 2000 Leah Black, P 1997 Kelly Crosson, 1B Dorothy Kosloski, C ATLANTIC 10 COACH OF THE YEAR 1990 Pat Willis ATLANTIC 10 ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 1993 Sharon Morris 1992 Kelly Hammel ATLANTIC 10 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 1995 Maureen Lee, Hon. Men., 2B Sharon Morris, First Team, C Kristen Politi, Hon. Men., OF Kelly Riedel, Hon. Men., P 1994 Meg Knudsen, P Maureen Lee, 2B Sharon Morris, C Jen Tate, OF 1993 Carla Camino, SS Sharon Morris, UT 1992 Carla Camino, UT Jody Miller, OF 1991 Nikki Ambruso, P Penny Rosario, OF 1990 Nikki Ambruso, P Carla Camino, OF Jeanine Kozachenko, 1B Laurie McMahon, C 1989 Adele Calimer, OF Kris Trainor, SS 1988 Tracy Buono, C Lori Gahr, OF Kelly Gallagher, P Jackie Grippo, 2B 1987 Renee Clarke, OF

1986 Renee Clarke, UT 1985 Renee Clarke, C Marge Krah, 1B 1984 Renee Clarke, C Lynn Luczkowski, P ATLANTIC 10 ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 1995 Cheryl Gnoinski, First Team Meg Knudsen, First Team 1994 Denise Davis, First Team Cheryl Gnoinski, First Team 1991 Laurie McMahon , First Team 1990 Laurie McMahon , First Team 1989 Laurie McMahon, Hon. Men. 1988 Kelly Gallagher, First Team 1987 Kelly Gallagher, Hon. Men. 1986 Kelly Gallagher, Hon. Men. 1984 Nancy Souza, Hon. Men. ATLANTIC 10 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1995 Michelle Nikolayew (Most Valuable Player) Kristin Politi Jen Tate 1994 Cheryl Gnoinski Meg Knudsen (Most Outstanding Pitcher) Michelle Nikolayew (Most Outstanding Player) Kristin Politi Jen Tate 1993 Carla Camino Denise Davis Maureen Lee Nicky Warmkessel 1992 Nikki Ambruso Carla Camino Jody Miller Penny Rosario 1991 Laurie McMahon Jody Miller Penny Rosario Kris Trainor 1990 Laurie McMahon Penny Rosario 1989 Adele Calimer Jeanine Kozachenko 1988 Tracy Buono 1986 Renee Clarke Kelly Gallagher Marge Krah Sue Robson AIAW ALL-AMERICA 1981 Colleen McNamara, Hon. Men. GTE/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALLAMERICA 1998 Jaime-Lyn Chmielowicz, District II 1990 Laurie McMahon, District II 1987 Kelly Gallagher, Third Team NFCA ALL-MIDEAST REGION 2011 Brittney Lindley, First Team 2010 Brittney Lindley, Second Team ALL-NORTHEAST REGIONAL 2007 Sarah Kalka, shortstop Second Team 2004 Nikki Childress, catcher First Team 2003 Nikki Childress, catcher, Second Team 2000 Kelly Crosson, first base, 1999 Juliette Brooks, utility, Second Team Angie Catalano, catcher, Second Team Kelly Crosson, first base, Second Team 1998 Angie Catalano, catcher, First Team 1997 Karen Pelkey, SS/catcher, First Team

Danielle Dolbow, outfield, Second Team 1995 Sharon Morris, catcher, First Team Tracy Pizzuti, utility, Sec ond Team 1994 Maureen Lee, second base, Second Team Sharon Morris, catcher, Second Team 1993 Carla Camino, shortstop, Second Team 1992 Jody Miller, outfield, First Team 1991 Laurie McMahon, catcher, Second Team 1990 Laurie McMahon, catcher, First Team Jeanine Kozachenko, first base, Second Team Penny Rosario, outfield, Second Team 1989 Adele Calimer, outfield, First Team Lidia D’Armiento, utility, First Team 1988 Tracy Buono, catcher, First Team 1986 Tracy Buono, catcher, First Team Renee Clarke, utility, First Team Kelly Gallagher, pitcher, First Team Marge Krah, first base, Second Team Sue Robson, second base, Second Team 1981 Colleen McNamara, first base, First Team MOST VALUABLE PLAYER SPONSORED BY ETHELYN & LEO MEYER 2013 Loren Williams 2012 Alyssa Landrith 2011 Brittney Lindley 2010 Brittney Lindley 2009 Kate Valiante 2008 Nicole Lindley 2007 Sarah Kalka 2006 Brittany Loisel 2005 Helen Smith 2004 Nikki Childress Helen Smith 2003 Nikki Childress Andria Koehler 2002 Jenny Card 2000 Leah Black 1999 Juliette Brooks 1998 Angie Catalano 1997 Karen Pelkey 1996 Maureen Lee 1995 Cheryl Gnoinski 1994 Jen Tate 1993 Carla Camino 1992 Jody Miller 1991 Laurie McMahon 1990 Jeanine Kozachenko 1989 Adele Calimer 1988 Tracy Buono Kelly Gallagher 1987 Tracy Buono 1986 Sue Robson 1985 Paula Lucca 1984 Lynn Luczkowski 1983 Sharon Martin 1982 Sue Wallace 1981 Eileen Clymer

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE SPONSORED BY WILLIAM MERRELL 2013 Kaci Madden 2012 No winner 2011 Kaci Madden 2010 Katie Berman 2009 Amanda Heller 2007 Amanda Heller 2005 Helen Smith 2004 Helen Smith 2003 Helen Smith

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Andria Koehler Andria Koehler Dana Komar Andria Koehler Angie Catalano Kelly Reidel Jaime-Lyn Chmielowicz Kristin Politi Cheryl Gnoinski Cheryl Gnoinski Cheryl Gnoinski Penny Rosario Laurie McMahon Lori Gahr Jeanine Kozachenko Kelly Gallagher Kelly Gallagher Kelly Gallagher Marge Krah Nancy Souza Sue Wallace Sue Wallace Sue Wallace

ARTHUR AND REANA SUDFIELD ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 2013 Dresden Maddox 2012 Megan Williams 2011 Megan Williams 2010 Kaci Madden 2009 Mickenzie Alden 2008 Katye Hamlin 2007 Brittany Loisel 2006 Kristin Madoch 2005 Helen Smith 2004 Marisa Orsogna 2003 Marisa Orsogna 2002 Leah Black 2001 Dana Komar 2000 Leah Black 1999 Debbie DeJong 1998 Lisa Bosso 1997 Jaime-Lyn Chmielowicz 1996 Kristen Politi ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2013 No winner 2012 Alyssa Landrith 2011 No winner 2010 Kaci Madden 2009 Brittney Lindley 2008 Mandy Craig 2007 Nicole Lindley 2006 Brittany Loisel 2003 Courtney Love 2002 Jenny Card Stephanie Johannsen 2001 Megan Antonucci Brittney Neer 2000 Leah Black Danielle Minkel 1999 Adrianne Dolbow 1998 Jaime Feaster 1997 Debbie DeJong 1996 Juliette Brooks Danielle Dolbow 1995 Karen Pelkey 1994 Janetta Trecroce 1993 Sharon Morris 1992 Kelly Hammel 1991 Nikki Warmkessel 1990 Carla Camino 1989 Nikki Ambruso Penny Rosario 1988 Laurie McMahon 1986 Adele Calimer SOFTBALL’S GREATEST HITS 2006 Brittany Loisel 2005 Helen Smith 2004 Helen Smith 2003 Nikki Childress 2002 Brittney Neer 2001 Brittney Neer 2000 Kelly Crosson 1999 Karen Pelkey 1998 Debbie DeJong 1997 Karen Pelkey 1996 Michelle Niko layew 1995 Sharon Morris 1994 Sharon Morris

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/// ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS /// Adams, Elizabeth 2013-present Adorna, Patty 1981-84 Alden, Mickenzie 2008-11 Alden, Ashley 2012-13 Alonzo, Regina 1979 Allman, Danielle 1996-97 Ambruso, Nikki 1989-92 Antonucci, Meaghan 2001-04 Arthur, Catherine 1998-99 Asselta, Meaghan 2001-03 Baranek, Belinda 1979-81 Bates, Jackie 2012-present Bene, Lori Ann 1997-98 Berman, Katie 2010-11 Besser, Diane 1990-93 Bishop, Kylee 2009-12 Black, Leah 2000-03 Booth, Krista 1994-95 Bohlinger, Amy 1995 Bosso, Lisa 1998-99 Bradford, Melissa 2000-03 Bragg, Ashley 2010-12 Brooks, Juliette 1996-99 Buchan, Erin 1996-97 Buck, Chris 1984-85 Buono, Tracy 1985-88 Burgos, Irena 2001 Cadenas, Suzanne 2000 Calimer, Adele 1986-89 Camino, Carla 1990-93 Capozzi, Andrea 1989 Card, Jennifer 2002-05 Carlo, Jennifer 2000-01 Carr, DiMarris 2001 Casey, Nicole 2001-04 Catalano, Ange 1998-99 Childress, Nikki 2003-04 Chmielowicz, Jaime-Lyn 1997-99 Cien, Jessica 2005 Clarke, Renee 1984-87 Clymer, Eileen 1978-81 Cohen, Hallie 1979 Compesi, Jeanine 1979-80 Conhaim, Dina 1989 Connolly, Kathy 1983 Conroy, Carissa 2006-09 Cosentino, Brielle 2001-04 Craig, Mandy 2008-2011 Creaney, Lindsay 2005 Crosby, Jessica 2004-06 Crosson, Kelly 1997-2000 Cruise, Natalie 1996-98 Cruz, Nichole 2001-04 Curran, Lindsey 2009-12 Czarnecki, Christine 2003 D’Ariento, Lidia 1986-89 Daniele, Carolyn 1979-81

Davies, Judy 1989 Davis, Denise 1993-94 Dayawon, Celeste 2010 DeBonis, Jacquelyn 2007 DeJong, Debbie 1997-2000 DeLuc, Susan 1990 Denk, Sharon 1979 Diemer, Chris 1981 Dillon, Lisa 1981-84 Dixon, Shantai 2005-08 Dolbow, Adrianne 1999-2000 Dolbow, Danielle 1996-97, 1999-2000 Dominic, Danielle 1995-96 Dorward, Lisa 1988-91 Dunkelman, Jodi (Mgr.) 2001 Durando, Alexis 2011-present Ellis, Bridget 1979-80 Ellis, Peggy 1979 English, Brittany 2008 Faiello, Deb 1982 Fancuberta, Angie 1997-2000 Feaster, Jaime 1998 Ferenci, Luanne 1976-80 Ferguson, Jackie 1983 Finnegan, Karen 1984-85,87 Flower, Joyce 1985 Fowler, Jennifer 1990-91 Freeman, Nicole 2006-07 Fuller, Susan 1991-94 Gahr, Lori 1987-90 Gallagher, Kelly 1985-88 Geraldi, Meredith 2004-05 Gillman, Christina 2003-06 Gnoinski, Cheryl 1992-95 Goldrick, Lauren 2005 Granato, Lori 1988 Griffin, Donna 1979-80 Grippo, Jackie 1986-89 Hamlin, Katye 2008 Hammel, Kelly 1992-93 Harabedian, Jen 2010-12 Hartley, Ashley 2007-08 Hawtin, Kathy 1990 Heller, Amanda 2006-09 Hendershot, Heather 1991-94 Hendrickson, Elly 2002 Hodges, Kim 2006-09 Houston, Abbey 2010-12 Howard, Chandler 2012-present Huang, Stephanie 2013-present Ingham, Donna 1998-2000 Jacoby, Jennifer 2000-02 Jenkins, Sonji 1987-88 Johannsen, Stephanie 2002-05 Johnson, Holly 2009-10 Kalka, Sarah 2006-09

Kelly, Beth 1986 Kelly, Debbie 1979-80 Kennedy, Maureen 1988 Kessler, Susan 1994 King, Hilary 2005 Knudsen, Margaret 1992-95 Koehler, Andria 2000-03 Kokotajlo, Carol 1986 Komar, Dana 2000-01 Kortmann, Fallon 2008 Kosloski, Dorothy 1997-2000 Kozachenko, Jeanine 1987-90 Krah, Marge 1983-86 Kukulya, Amy 1998 Land, Terry 1979-80 Landrith, Alyssa 2012-present Lee, Maureen 1993-96 Lewis, Peg 1983-86 Lindley, Brittney 2009-12 Lindley, Nicole 2007-10 Lombana, L. 1987,1989-90 Loisel, Brittany 2006-09 Love, Courtney 2003-04 Lucca, Paula 1984-86 Luczowski, Lynn 1981-84 Madden, Kaci 2010-12 Maddox, Dresden 2013-present Madoch, Kristin 2004-07 Mahaffey, Jennifer 1987-88 Maisonis, Amy 1986-87 Malmberg, Kristin 1995 Martin, Danielle 1990-91 Martin, Judy 1984-86 Martin, Sharon 1980-83 Matlack, Danielle 1984,1986 McGlinchy, Megan 1994-95 McGrath, Ida 1980-83 McMahon, Laurie 1988-91 McNamara, Colleen 1979-82 McNeill, Jane 1982-84 Meinheit, Jen 2008-11 Melfi, Koren 1995-98 Messina, Mikelyn 2009-11 Meyer, Kearstin 1999 Meyers, Karen 1987-88 Mignano, Alexa 1998-99 Miller, Jody 1989-92 Miller, Mallory 2005-08 Minkel, Danielle 2000-01 Moore, Sabrina 1986 Morris, Sharon 1993-96 Murray, Lisa 1983 Neer, Brittney 2001-04 Nikolayew, Michelle 1993-96 Orsogna, Marisa 2002-05 Otten, Joy 1988 Pelkey, Karen 1995, 97-99

OLYMPIC SPORTS HALL OF FAME CARLA CAMINO - INDUCTED 2004 Carla Camino was the 1993 Headley-Singer Award winner as the university’s top female student-athlete, culminating a career that included three Atlantic-10 All-conference selections and a 1993 All-America selection, when she finished fourth in the nation in hitting with a .487 average and was ranked among the top ten nationally in doubles. At the conclusion of her exceptional career, Camino was first at Rutgers in career batting average, hits, singles, doubles, triples, RBI and stolen bases, as well as the singleseason leader in average, hits, singles, doubles and stolen bases. Camino, who led Rutgers to four Atlantic-10 tournament appearances from 1990-1993, was also named the 1993 Northeast second team shortstop and led the team in RBI in 1992 and 1993.

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Peretti, Kelsey 2010-11 Piniat, Alicia 2005 Piniat, Elaine 2007 Pizzuti, Tracy 1992-95 Plummer, Jessica 2002 Politi, Kristen 1993-96 Powell, Robin 1982-83 Procopio, Danielle 2009-2011 Proctor, Nancy 1980 Rabadan, Christine 2005 Rabadan, Niki 1998 Radgian, Diane 1979 Ramsay, Rose 1979-82 Rechner, Sue 1981-84 Riedel, Kelly 1995-98 Robson, Sue 1983-86 Rodriguez, Xaymara 2005-06 Rosario, Penny 1989-92 Rowley-Ulibarri, Trisha 1996 Royland, Christine 2005-08 Ryker, Stacy 2000-01 Shaw, Amanda 2006-09 Sisco, Noelle 2009-12 Slowinski, Melanie 2013-present Smith, Callie 1988 Smith, D’Aisha 2010 Smith, Helen 2002-05 Souza, Nancy 1981-84 Steckel, Stacie 1981 Szesko, Phyllis 1985 Tardiff, Lauren 2005-06 Tate, Jennifer 1992-95 Torok, Bev 1979-82 Trainor, Kris 1988-91 Tran, Quyen 1997-2000 Trecroce, Janetta 1994-95 Turi, Vicky 1982-83 Turpurins, Sandy 1979-80 Valiante, Kate 2006-09 Valenzuela, Maritza 2002 VanBlargan, T.J. 1989-92 Vargas, Crystal 2002-04 Vaugn, Angela 1987 Vohden, Dawn 1982 Wallace, Sue 1980-83 Wanner, Beth 1985 Ward, Tammie 1990-91 Warmkessel, Nicky 1991-94 Weir, Dawn 1988 Werner, Pam 1981 Whitley, Jordan 2013-present Williams, Loren 2011-present Williams, Megan 2011 Wnek, Jennifer 1996-97 Woo, Emma 2013-present Yard, Chrissy 2006-09 Bold indicates active player


/// ALL-TIME RESULTS /// 2013 (30-26, 8-14 BIG EAST) UTSA Tournament 2/15 vs. Boise State L 3-1 2/15 vs. Iowa State L 3-2 2/16 vs. Missouri State W 3-0 2/16 vs. UTSA L 11-1 2/17 vs. Boise State W 9-2 Patriot Classic 3/1 vs. George Mason W 8-3 3/2 vs. Rider W 10-0 3/2 vs. George Mason L 3-0 3/3 vs. Cornell W 9-1 3/3 vs. George Mason W 7-2 Mustang Classic 3/8 vs. Sacramento State L 4-1 3/8 vs. Cal Poly L 3-2 3/9 vs. Northern Illinois W 8-0 3/9 vs. Nevada L 2-1 (8) 3/10 vs. Nevada L 12-0 USF Under Armour Showcase 3/15 vs. Oklahoma State L 2-1 (8) 3/15 vs. Boston University W 4-3 3/16 vs. Iowa State W 4-2 3/16 vs. Maine W 2-0 3/17 vs. Boston College W 15-6 3/17 vs. Florida A&M W 8-0 3/20 vs. Dartmouth W 6-5 3/23 at USF* W 3-2 3/23 at USF* L 11-3 3/24 at USF* L 4-3 3/27 Hartford W 5-0 3/27 Hartford W 7-0 3/29 UConn* L 4-0 3/29 UConn* W 10-0 3/30 UConn* W 6-0 4/3 at Hofstra W 1-0 (8) 4/3 at Hofstra L 6-5 4/6 Georgetown* W 7-4 4/6 Georgetown* L 12-11 4/7 Georgetown* W 3-1 4/10 at Villanova* W 8-2 4/10 at Villanova* L 3-0 4/11 Princeton W 4-0 4/13 at Notre Dame* L 11-2 4/14 at Notre Dame* L 5-1 4/14 at Notre Dame* L 8-6 4/17 Stony Brook L 3-1 4/17 Stony Brook W 7-1 4/18 Iona W 9-5 4/24 Syracuse* L 11-0 4/24 Syracuse* L 6-0 4/25 Monmouth L 6-3 4/27 St. John’s* L 2-0 4/27 St. John’s* W 5-0 4/28 St. John’s* L 5-1 4/30 Long Island W 5-2 5/1 Lafayette W 8-0 5/1 Lafayette W 7-0 5/4 Pittsburgh* L 2-1 5/4 Pittsburgh* W 4-3 5/5 Pittsburgh* L 6-3 2012 (26-28, 9-13 BIG EAST) Louisiana-Lafayette Classics 2/11 vs. Miss. Valley State W 7-2 2/11 vs. No. 23 La-Lafayette L 15-1 2/12 vs. Miss. Valley State W 4-3 2/12 vs. No.24 Tulsa L 12-1 CenturyLink Classic 2/17 vs. Texas State L 11-6 2/18 vs. Dayton W 8-0 2/19 vs. Texas State W 2-1 Bulldog Invitational 3/2 vs. Ohio L 9-0 3/2 vs. No. 7 Georgia L 12-1 3/3 vs. Mercer L 14-6 3/3 vs. Cleveland State L 5-3 3/4 vs. Minnesota L 4-0 USF Under Armour Showcase 3/9 vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay W 4-3 3.10 vs. Fordham L 6-1 3/11 vs. Penn State W 9-0 3/11 vs. Northern Iowa L 4-0 3/13 vs. Long Island W 1-0

3/16 vs. UNC-Wilington W 6-1 3/16 vs. FGCU L 5-2 3/17 vs. Colgate W 3-0 3/17 vs. Northern Colorado W 4-2 3/18 vs. No. 21/22 Florida St. W 1-0 3/24 at No. 22/23 USF L 9-0 3/24 at. No. 22/23 USF L 11-0 3/25 at No. 22/23 USF L 1-0 3/28 at Seton Hall W 1-0 3/28 at Seton Hall W 11-5 3/31 Georgetown W 3-2 4/1 Georgetown W 3-0 4/1 Georgetown W 8-0 4/3 Hofstra L 8-2 4/3 Hofstra L 8-0 4/6 at No.12/13 Louisville L 1-0 4/6 at No. 12/13 Louisville L 2-0 4/7 at No. 12/13 Louisville L 3-2 4./11 Notre Dame L 4-1 4/11 Notre Dame W 7-6 4/14 Villanova W 4-3 4/14 Villanova L 7-3 4/15 Villanova W 9-1 4/17 at Stony Brook W 4-0 4/17 at Stony Brook W 6-1 4/21 at Syracuse W 3-1 4/21 at Syracuse L 5-3 4/22 at Syracuse L 1-0 4/25 at Iona W 1-0 4/25 at Iona W 4-1 4/28 St. John’s L 4-3 4/28 St. John’s L 6-5 4/29 St. John’s L 3-2 5/1 Lafayette W 9-0 5/1 Lafayette W 8-0 BIG EAST Tournament 5/10 vs. Notre Dame L 5-0 2011 (19-30, 7-12 BIG EAST) aTen Construction Tournament 2/18 vs. Minnesota L 9-3 2/18 vs. Loyola Marymount L 9-4 2/19 at UC Riverside L 6-5 2/20 vs. Loyola Marymount L 7-4 Holiday Inn Emerald Beach Islander Classic 2/24 vs. Arkansas W 4-3 (9) 2/25 vs. Texas Southern W 12-7 2/25 vs. Corpus Christi A&M L 4-3 2/26 vs. Arkansas L 5-2 2/26 vs. Texas Southern W 9-1 Lady Pirates Classic 3/4 vs. Marist W 9-4 3/4 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson W 7-1 3/5 vs. Brown W 15-3 3/5 vs. Central Connecticut L 7-1 3/6 vs. Maryland East Shore W 13-3 Parents Weekend Tournament (FAU) 3/11 Buffalo W 3-2 3/11 vs. Purdue L 6-5 3/12 vs. Middle Tennessee W 2-0 3/12 at Florida Atlantic W 1-0 3/13 vs. Michigan State L 4-2 3/15 vs. Long Island L 9-6 USF Softball Series 3/18 vs. Tenn.-Chattanooga L 11-4 3/18 vs. Florida Atlantic L 11-10 3/19 vs. Kent State L 4-1 3/19 vs. North Florida L 9-3 3/20 vs. No. 20 Oklahoma St. L 10-2 3/26 Syracuse* L 23-0 3/26 Syracuse* L 5-2 3/27 Syracuse* L 10-2 3/30 at Hofstra L 10-4 4/2 at Connecticut* L 8-0 4/2 at Connecticut* L 8-5 4/3 at Connecticut* W 13-7 4/7 Iona W 8-0 4/7 Iona W 11-3������������� 4/9 Seton Hall* W 10-5 4/9 Seton Hall* W 8-0 4/10 Seton Hall* W 4-1 4/16 at Providence* W 8-1 4/16 at Providence* W 10-1

4/17 at Providence* L 14-11 4/19 Stony Brook L 7-6 4/22 DePaul* L 9-4 4/22 DePaul* L 15-10 (10) 4/27 at Villanova* W 4-2 4/27 at Villanova* L 2-1 4/30 at Pittsburgh* L 6-5 4/30 at Pittsburgh* L 9-1 5/1 at Pittsburgh* L 9-3 BIG EAST Tournament 5/12 vs. DePaul L 5-2

Baylor L 8-0 3/1 vs. Louisiana Tech W 4-0 Worth Invitational (Cal State Northride) 3/6 at Cal State-Northridge W 6-1 3/6 at Cal State-Northridge L 2-0 3/7 vs. Quinnipiac L 1-0 3/7 vs. Portland State W 4-2 3/8 vs. Quinnipiac W 6-2 Florida Atlantic Tournament 3/13 vs. Liberty L 3-0 3/13 vs. Bethune-Cookman W 4-1 3 /14 vs. Florida Atlantic L 3-1 3/14 vs. Purdue W 9-7 3/15 vs. No. 18 Texas A&M L 9-4 3/18 at South Florida L 7-3 3/18 at South Florida L 6-5 3/20 vs. Long Island L 2-0 3/22 at No. 15 Louisville L 8-0 3/22 at No. 15 Louisville L 9-0 3/25 Villanova W 8-2 3 /25.. Villanova W 5-4 (9) 3/26 at Hofstra L 8-0 3/28 at Providence* L 6-3 3/28 at Providence* L 11-3 4/1 Stony Brook W 10-6 4/1 Stony Brook W 11-3 4 /4 St. John’s* L 9-0 4/4 St. John’s* L 5-3 4/5 Georgetown* L 7-2 4/5 Georgetown* W 9-7 4/7 at Rider W 12-6 4/9 at Connecticut* L 6-5 4/9 at Connecticut* L 2-0 4/15 Monmouth W 6-1 4/16 Princeton L 6-2 4/16 Princeton W 8-4 4 /18.. No. 20 DePaul* L 11-2 4/18 No. 20 DePaul* L 5-0 4/19 Notre Dame* L 4-1 4/19 Notre Dame* L 4-3 4/21 Marist W 3-1 4/21 Marist W 8-0 4 /23.. Fairleigh Dickinson W 4-3 4/23 Fairleigh Dickinson W 11-3 4 /26. Seton Hall* W 9-1 4/26 Seton Hall* L 3-2 4/30 Long Island L 4-2 5/2 at Pittsburgh* L 3-0 5/2 at Pittsburgh* W 6-5 (8) 5/3 at Syracuse* L 3-2 5/3 at Syracuse* W 4-2

2010 (24-31, 9-12 BIG EAST) Arizona State Littlewood Classic 2/19 vs. Iowa L 7-0 2/19 at No. 5 Arizona State L 19-0 2/19 vs. Texas State L 6-1 2/20 vs. Illinois State L 4-0 2/21 at No. 5 Arizona State L 14-0 Frost Classic (Chattanooga) 2/26 vs. Miami (Ohio) L 4-3 2/26 vs. Tenn.-Chattanooga L 6-5 (8) 2/27 vs. East Tennessee St. L 5-0 2/27 vs. Austin Peay State W 6-1 2/28 vs. Wright State L 9-8 USF Under Armour Invitational 3/5 vs. Bradley W 5-4 3/5 vs. Memphis W 2-1 (8) 3/6 vs. Ball State L 7-5 3/6 vs. Tenn.-Chattanooga W 7-0 3/7 vs. Western Michigan W 5-3 3/12 vs. Wisconsin L 6-2 3/12 vs. Prairie View A&M W 12-2 3/13 at No. 20 Oklahoma St. L 8-3 3/13 vs. Wisconsin W 8-5 3/14 at No. 20 Oklahoma St. L 2-0 3/15 at Wichita State L 6-3 3/18 at Missouri State W 5-1 3/18 at Missouri State W 12-1 3/24 at Stony Brook L 2-0 3/24 at Stony Brook W 3-0 3/27 at Princeton W 9-4 3/27 at Princeton W 4-3 (9) 4/1 at No. 24 Notre Dame* L 8-0 4/3 at No. 24 Notre Dame* L 8-0 4/7 Hofstra L 4-1 4/7 Hofstra L 2-1 4/10 Connecticut* L 4-2 4/10 Connecticut* L 8-6 4/11 Connecticut* W 3-0������������� 4/14 No. 25 Louisville* W 3-1 4/14 No. 25 Louisville* L 6-4 (11) 4/15 Army W 3-0 4/15 Army L 5-1 4/17 at DePaul* L 9-0 4/17 at DePaul* L 4-2 4/18 at DePaul* L 10-7 4/22 at Monmouth W 5-3 4/24 Providence* W 3-0 4/24 Providence* L 6-1 4/25 Providence* W 4-2 4/28 at Georgetown* L 1-0 4/28 at Georgetown* W 7-1 5/1 at St. John’s* W 5-2 5/1 at St. John’s* L 4-3 5/2 at St. John’s* W 8-2 5/4 Long Island W 2-1 (8) 5/8 Pittsburgh* L 2-1 5/8 Pittsburgh* W 2-1 5/9 Pittsburgh* W 7-1 BIG EAST Tournament 5/13 vs. DePaul* L 3-0 2009 (23-33, 6-18 BIG EAST) Bulldog Classic (Mississippi State Tournament) 2/20 at Mississippi State L 6-0 2/21 vs. SIU- Edwardsville L 8-0 2/21 vs. Evansville W 3-2 2/22 vs. Evansville L 2-1 (8) Baylor QTI Invitational 2/27 vs. Louisiana Tech L 2-0 2/27 at Baylor L 7-1 2/28 vs. Louisiana-Monroe W 4-3 2/28 at

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Syracuse* L 7-2 Syracuse* L 7-2 Pittsburgh* L 9-3 Pittsburgh* W 3-1 at Stony Brook L 10-5 at Stony Brook W 2-1 South Florida* L 9-1 South Florida* L 5-2 Louisville* W 6-0 Louisville* L 9-2 Rider W 10-2 at Princeton W 9-5 at Princeton W 7-2 at No. 22 DePaul* L 4-3 at No. 22 DePaul* L 4-3 (9) at Notre Dame* L 1-0 at Notre Dame* W 5-4 at Monmouth W 8-3 Providence* L 7-1 Providence* L 6-3 Connecticut* L 7-4 (9) Connecticut* L 2-0 at Fairleigh Dickinson W 6-0 at Fairleigh Dickinson L 4-3 at St. John’s* L 5-0 at St. John’s* W 6-4(10) at Seton Hall* W 5-4 at Seton Hall* W 1-0 at Villanova* W 6-1 at Villanova* L 11-4 at Long Island L 4-0

2007 (20-34, 7-15 BIG EAST) Aggie Classic 2/16 vs. Texas at San Antonio L 10-0 2/16 at No. 3 Texas A&M L 9-1 2/17 vs. Texas at San Antonio L 10-1 2/17 at No. 3 Texas A&M L 7-4 2/18 vs. Arkansas L 8-6 Elon Tournament 2/23 vs. Connecticut L 11-8 2/23 vs. North Carolina A&T L 7-5 2/24 vs. Campbell W 3-0 2/24 at Elon L 7-3 2/24 vs. Georgetown W 10-2 UNC Tournament 3/2 vs. Appalachian State W 12-10 3/3 vs. Fairfield W 6-0 3/3 at North Carolina L 5-3 3/4 vs. Liberty L 7-3 3/10 at Drexel L 7-2 3/11 at Florida Atlantic L 9-1 3/13 at Florida International L 2-1 3/16 vs. Massachusetts L 6-0 (8) 3/16 vs. No. 3 Texas A&M L 1-0 (8) 3/17 vs. Quinnipiac W 8-6 (8) 3/17 at Florida Atlantic L 10-1 3/18 vs. Quinnipiac W 7-3 3/22 at Hofstra L 7-0 Scarlet Knight Tournament 3/24 Maine L 4-3 (8) 3/24 Maine W 7-3 3/25 Saint Peter’s W 5-2 3/28 Princeton W 10-0 3/28 Princeton W 9-4 3/30 at South Florida* L 8-4 3/30 at South Florida* L 4-3 4/1 at Louisville* W 8-4 4/1 at Louisville* L 8-0 4/7 at Villanova* W 8-5 4/7 at Villanova* W 8-2 4/10 at Rider W 11-3 4/14 St. John’s* W 3-2 4/14 St. John’s* W 7-6 (9) 4/18 Seton Hall* W 5-0 4/18 Seton Hall* L 9-4 4/21 at Providence* L 5-2 4/21 at Providence* L 4-1 4/22 at Connecticut* L 10-2 4/22 at Connecticut* L 7-1 4/24 Fairleigh Dickinson W 9-1 4/24 Fairleigh Dickinson W 12-2 4/25 Monmouth L 6-4 4/27 at Syracuse* L 5-2

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2006 (15-37, 5-17 BIG EAST) Elon Invitational 2/24 vs. Campbell L 5-1 2/24 vs. Towson L 6-1 2/25 vs. Albany L 8-3 2/25 at Elon L 2-1 Charleston Southern Tournament 3/3 vs. Furman L 4-3 (8) 3/3 vs. Brown L 5-2 3/4 vs. Western Carolina L 11-3 3/4 vs. Northern Colorado L 6-4 3/4 vs. Furman L 6-1 Florida Atlantic Tournament 3/10 vs. Bethune-Cookman L 3-0 3/10 at Florida Atlantic L 9-0 3/11 vs. Campbell W 5-4 3/11 vs. Bowling Green L 3-0 3/12 vs. Bethune-Cookman W 3-2 3/15 at Delaware State W 8-2 3/16 vs. Albany W 1-0 Delaware State Bash at the Beach 3/17 vs. Lehigh L 1-0 3/17 vs. Monmouth L 13-5 3/18 vs. Stony Brook L 9-4 3/18 vs. Mount St. Mary’s L 5-4 (9) 3/19 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson W 11-5 3/25 Connecticut* L 4-0 3/25 Connecticut* L 6-0 3/26 Providence* L 11-1 3/26 Providence* W 5-1 3/29 at Princeton L 2-0 3/29 at Princeton L 9-2 4/1 Pittsburgh* L 11-5 (8) 4/1 Pittsburgh* L 5-1 4/2 Syracuse* L 8-0 4/2 Syracuse* L 5-1 4/6 Army L 10-6 4/6 Army W 8-7 4/9 at St. John’s* L 5-1 4/9 at St. John’s* W 7-3 4/13 Rider W 2-1 (10) 4/15 Villanova* W 9-1 4/15 Villanova* W 4-3 4/18 at Seton Hall* L 3-2 4/18 at Seton Hall* L 3-1 4/19 at Monmouth W 2-0 4/19 at Monmouth L 2-1 4/22 at DePaul* L 8-3 4/22 at DePaul* L 6-3 4/23 at Notre Dame* L 8-0 4/23 at Notre Dame* L 7-0 5/2 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 11-4 5/2 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 9-1 5/6 No. 19 Louisville* L 7-3 5/6 No. 19 Louisville* L 3-0 5/7 No. 25 South Florida* W 2-1 5/7 No. 25 South Florida* L 2-1 2005 (5-43, 1-15 BIG EAST) Florida Atlantic Tournament 2/18 vs. Ohio State L 8-0 2/18 at Florida Atlantic L 7-2 2/19 vs. North Carolina State L 3-0 2/19 vs. No. 8 Michigan L 8-0 2/20 vs. North Carolina State L 10-0 Speedline Invitational Tournament 3/10 at South Florida L 4-0 3/10 vs. Tenn.-Chattanooga L 12-1 3/11 vs. Tennessee Tech L 5-1 3/12 vs. Penn State L 10-0 3/12 vs. Temple L 9-1 3/13 vs. Villanova L 2-1 Cavalier Classic 3/18 vs. East Carolina L 16-8 3/18 vs. Toledo L 18-3 3/19 at Virginia L 12-3

3/19 vs. Bowling Green L 6-1 3/20 vs. Toledo L 13-2 3/26 Wagner L 8-3 3/26 Wagner L 12-4 3/30 Hofstra L 12-0 3/30 Hofstra L 11-2 4/4 Pittsburgh* L 7-4 4/4 Pittsburgh* L 4-1 4/6 at Army L 11-6 4/6 at Army L 10-2 4/9 at Providence* L 1-0 4/9 at Providence* L 6-0 4/10 at Connecticut* W 2-1 4/10 at Connecticut* L 5-0 4/12 Princeton L 12-3 4/12 Princeton W 3-1 4/14 at Rider W 8-5 (8) 4/14 at Rider L 13-5 4/16 St. John’s* L 9-0 4/16 St. John’s* L 9-3 4/17 Seton Hall* L 7-4 4/17 Seton Hall* L 11-3 4/20 Monmouth L 17-7 4/20 Monmouth L 8-7 4/24 at Syracuse* L 12-4 4/24 at Syracuse* L 14-1 4/26 at Delaware L 6-1 4/26 at Delaware L 8-0 4/28 Fairleigh Dickinson W 14-7 4/28 Fairleigh Dickinson W 7-5 5/1 at Villanova* L 7-2 5/1 at Villanova* L 8-3 5/7 Notre Dame* L 11-0 5/7 Notre Dame* L 7-1 2004 (25-29-1, 8-12 BIG EAST) Florida Atlantic Tournament 2/20 vs. Long Island W 8-0 2/20 vs. No. 9 Michigan L 2-1 (8) 2/21 vs. Eastern Michigan L 3-1 2/21 at Florida Atlantic L 2-1 2/22 vs. Long Island W 4-2 2/22 vs. Eastern Michigan W 8-6 (11) Speedline Invitational Tournament 3/4 vs. Jacksonville W 6-1 3/4 vs. No. 14 Oregon L 6-0 3/5 vs. Northwestern L 8-0 3/5 vs. Coastal Carolina W 4-2 3/6 vs. Temple L 7-2 3/7 vs. Mercer W 2-1 3/7 vs. Nevada, Las Vegas L 5-1 3/17 at Maryland L 6-4 3/17 at Maryland L 6-0 Cavalier Classic 3/19 vs. Towson W 1-0 3/19 at Virginia W 4-0 3/20 vs. Youngtown State L 5-3 (8) 3/20 vs. Campbell W 4-1 (8) 3/21 vs. La Salle W 7-5 3/21 at Virginia L 7-4 3/24 at Princeton W 3-0 3/24 at Princeton L 5-4 3/28 Providence* L 2-0 3/28 Providence* L 10-0 3/30 at Fairleigh Dickinson W 3-1 3/30 at Fairleigh Dickinson W 9-0 3/31 Columbia L 7-4 3/31 Columbia W 2-0 4/2 at Virginia Tech* L 8-0 4/2 at Virginia Tech* L 9-1 4/4 at Pittsburgh* W 2-1 4/4 at Pittsburgh* L 9-3 4/7 at Hofstra L 9-2 4/7 at Hofstra W 10-5 4/10 Villanova* L 9-2 4/10 Villanova* W 1-0 4/15 Rider L 7-6 4/15 Rider W 2-0 4/17 Connecticut* L 2-0 4/17 Connecticut* W 5-0 4/18 Boston College* W 3-1 4/18 Boston College* W 9-3 4/21 at Monmouth W 6-0 4/21 at Monmouth L 4-3

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4/24 Syracuse* 4/24 Syracuse* 4/25 Notre Dame* 4/25 Notre Dame* 4/28 Delaware 4/28 Delaware 5/1 at Seton Hall* 5/1 at Seton Hall* 5/2 at St. John’s* 5/2 at St. John’s*

L 7-1 W 4-0 L 8-5 L 4-2 L 4-2 T 4-4 L 3-0 W 3-1 L 5-3 W 2-0 (11)

2003 (26-23, 8-12 BIG EAST) Triangle Classic (Raleigh, N.C.) 2/14 vs. Charleston Southern W 2-0 2/14 vs. North Carolina L 10-2 Florida Atlantic Tournament 2/21 vs. UCLA L 8-1 2/21 at Florida Atlantic W 3-1 2/22 vs. Wisconsin W 5-1 2/22 vs. Florida International W 3-1 2/23 vs. UCLA L 8-0 Florida State Invitational 3/7 at Florida State L 6-0 3/8 vs. Penn State L 8-0 3/8 vs. Winthrop W 3-1 Winthrop Invitational 3/14 vs. Winthrop W 4-1 3/14 vs. Morgan State W 8-1 3/16 vs. Tulsa L 3-2 3/18 at Virginia L 5-2 3/18 at Virginia W 6-1 3/22 Fairleigh Dickinson W 9-0 3/22 Fairleigh Dickinson W 4-3 3/25 Princeton W 5-4 3/25 Princeton W 3-2 3/29 St. John’s* L 7-1 3/29 St. John’s* W 2-0 3/31 Seton Hall* L 8-5 3/31 Seton Hall* L 7-0 4/2 at Columbia W 6-2 4/2 at Columbia W 6-0 4/6 at Connecticut* L 2-0 4/6 at Connecticut* L 10-2 4/14 at Providence* W 5-2 4/14 at Providence* L 3-0 4/15 Monmouth W 9-0 4/15 Monmouth W 11-1 4/17 at Rider W 7-6 4/17 at Rider L 5-2 4/19 at Villanova* W 2-0 4/19 at Villanova* L 6-5 4/23 St. Joseph’s L 5-4 4/23 St. Joseph’s W 13-4 4/27 Virginia Tech* L 5-4 4/27 Virginia Tech* W 10-7 4/28 Pittsburgh* W 6-4 4/28 Pittsburgh* L 1-0 (8) 4/29 at Boston College* W 4-2 4/29 at Boston College* W 5-2 4/30 at Delaware L 7-1 4/30 at Delaware L 4-3 5/3 at Syracuse* L 6-3 5/3 at Syracuse* L 7-1 5/4 at Notre Dame* W 2-0 5/4 at Notre Dame* L 1-0 2002 (22-25, 9-11 BIG EAST) Florida Atlantic Tournament 2/22 vs. Southern Illinois L 6-4 2/22 vs. Georgia Tech L 6-1 2/23 vs. Florida International L 4-2 2/23 at Florida Atlantic L 1-0 2/24 vs. Georgia Tech L 2-1 (9) Elon College Tournament 3/8 at Elon L 6-2 3/10 vs. Dayton W 4-3 KIA Classic (Cal State Fullerton) 3/13 at Cal State Fullerton L 7-1 3/14 vs. Florida State L 5-1 3/15 vs. Oklahoma L 8-3 (8) 3/16 vs. Arizona State L 11-1 3/16 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette L 7-2 3/24 at Pittsburgh* W 4-3 (9) 3/24 at Pittsburgh* W 1-0


/// ALL-TIME RESULTS /// 3/27 at Princeton L 1-0 3/27 at Princeton L 9-1 3/30 Villanova* L 2-0 3/30 Villanova* L 2-1 (8) 4/1 Hofstra W 1-0 4/1 Hofstra W 4-0 4/3 La Salle W 2-0 4/3 La Salle W 11-0 4/6 Providence* W 7-2 4/6 Providence* W 3-0 4/7 Boston College* L 2-0 4/7 Boston College* L 2-1 (9) 4/9 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 1-0 4/9 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 5-1 4/11 at Monmouth W 3-1 4/11 at Monmouth W 10-0 4/13 at Virginia Tech* L 3-1 4/13 at Virginia Tech* W 5-1 4/18 Rider L 2-1 4/18 Rider W 5-0 4/20 at St. John’s* W 3-0 4/20 at St. John’s* W 5-1 4/21 at Seton Hall* L 3-1 4/21 at Seton Hall* L 4-3 (9) 4/27 Connecticut* W 1-0 4/27 Connecticut* L 4-1 4/29 Syracuse* L 6-0 4/29 Syracuse* L 8-1 4/20 Delaware W 4-0 5/3 at Notre Dame* W 5-2 5/3 at Notre Dame* L 10-1 5/5 Columbia W 1-0 (8) 5/5 Columbia W 6-0 2001 (22-27, 5-15 BIG EAST) Cavalier Classic Tournament (Virginia) 3/2 vs. Ohio L 5-4 3/2 vs. Ohio L 6-0 3/3 vs. Drexel W 1-0 3/3 vs. Drexel L 4-0 Holiday Inn Express Pirate Invitational 3/9 vs. Evansville L 4-0 3/9 vs. Campbell L 2-1 3/10 at East Carolina L 8-4 3/10 vs. Cleveland State W 2-0 3/11 vs. Cleveland State W 3-0 3/11 at East Carolina L 1-0 (9) Clearwater Parks and Recreation Tournament 3/15 vs. Akron W 3-2 3/15 vs. South Florida L 2-1 3/16 vs. Maine W 4-0 3/16 vs. Liberty W 1-0 3/17 vs. Fordham W 6-0 3/17 vs. Illinois-Chicago W 1-0 (9) 3/18 vs. Canisius College W 4-3 3/18 vs. South Florida W 6-2 3/28 Princeton L 2-0 (11) 3/31 at Boston College* W 1-0 3/31 at Boston College* L 8-2 4/1 at Providence* L 1-0 (13) 4/1 at Providence* W 10-4 4/4 at La Salle W 8-3 4/4 at La Salle W 2-0 4/7 Virginia Tech* L 1-0 4/7 Virginia Tech* W 3-1 4/10 Monmouth W 6-1 4/10 Monmouth W 4-3 4/14 at Villanova* L 2-0 4/14 at Villanova* L 2-1 (8) 4/19 at Rider W 4-0 4/19 at Rider W 2-0 4/21 St. John’s* L 2-0 4/21 St. John’s* W 3-1 4/22 Seton Hall* L 8-0 4/22 Seton Hall* L 5-1 (11) 4/25 at Hofstra W 6-5 4/25 at Hofstra L 3-1 4/28 at Connecticut* L 6-0 4/28 at Connecticut* L 10-9 4/29 at Syracuse* L 1-0 (9) 4/29 at Syracuse* L 4-0 5/2 at Delaware L 7-1

5/2 at Delaware L 6-5 5/5 Notre Dame* L 5-1 5/5 Notre Dame* L 4-0 5/6 Pittsburgh* W 6-1 5/6 Pittsburgh* L 2-0 2000 (24-16-1, 6-8 BIG EAST) Florida Atlantic Invitational 3/16 at Florida Atlantic L 2-1 3/17 at Florida Atlantic L 3-0 3/17 vs. Michigan State L 1-0 3/18 vs. Tenn.-Chattanooga W 2-1 (9) 3/18 vs. Colgate W 14-7 Virginia’s Who’s Hoo Tournament 3/25 vs. Bowling Green W 7-1 3/25 vs. Pittsburgh L 4-0 3/26 vs. Penn State L 6-5 3/26 at Virginia W 5-4 3/28 La Salle W 2-0 3/28 La Salle W 5-2 3/29 at Manhattan College W 5-3 3/29 at Manhattan College W 7-0 3/30 at Princeton W 6-3 (8) 3/30 at Princeton L 5-0 4/1 St. John’s* L 6-0 4/1 St. John’s* L 4-2 4/2 Seton Hall* L 3-1 4/2 Seton Hall* W 1-0 4/5 at Saint Peter’s W 11-0 4/5 at Saint Peter’s W 5-0 4/6 at Monmouth W 5-2 4/6 at Monmouth W 4-0 4/9 at Pittsburgh* L 6-1 4/9 at Pittsburgh* W 5-3 4/12 Delaware W 3-1 4/12 Delaware L 4-3 4/15 at Connecticut* L 1-0 (9) 4/15 at Connecticut* W 2-1 (8) 4/16 Syracuse W 8-3 4/16 Syracuse T 3-3 4/19 Army W 2-1 4/19 Army W 9-1 4/20 Rider L 6-5 4/20 Rider W 6-1 4/24 Villanova* L 5-1 4/24 Villanova* W 2-1 4/29 at Providence* W 9-0 4/29 at Providence* W 5-1 (9) 4/30 at Boston College* L 1-0 4/30 at Boston College* L 4-1 1999 (26-26, 7-9 BIG EAST) 3/16 vs. Utah L 5-1 3/16 vs. Utah L 1-0 Airtouch Cellular Capital Classic 3/18 vs. SW Missouri State W 4-1 (8) 3/19 vs. Iowa L 6-2 3/19 vs. Kansas W 8-6 (8) 3/19 vs. No. 16 Oregon L 17-2 3/20 vs. Indiana State W 5-4 (9) 3/20 vs. Southern Illinois L 5-1 3/25 Princeton L 2-0 (9) 3/25 Princeton L 11-0 Virginia’s Hoo’s Who Tournament 3/27 vs. Penn State L 6-3 3/27 vs. Akron W 6-3 3/28 vs. Marshall W 11-10 3/28 vs. Virginia W 6-5 3/31 at Fordham W 11-1 3/31 at Fordham W 7-0 4/1 at Villanova* L 3-2 4/1 at Villanova* W 7-5 4/3 at Hofstra L 5-1 4/3 at Hofstra L 9-1 4/6 Monmouth W 2-0 4/6 Monmouth L 1-0 4/7 at Long Island W 5-1 4/7 at Long Island L 8-5 4/8 Saint Peter’s W 12-3 4/8 Saint Peter’s W 2-1 4/10 Notre Dame* L 4-2 4/10 Notre Dame* L 9-1 4/11 Pittsburgh* W 4-2 4/11 Pittsburgh* W 13-12 (8)

4/13 at Delaware W 1-0 4/13 at Delaware L 7-2 4/15 Manhattan College W 7-0 4/15 Manhattan College L 9-7 4/17 Connecticut* W 5-0 4/17 Connecticut* L 16-1 4/20 at Rider W 9-1 4/20 at Rider L 8-0 4/22 Harvard W 8-1 4/22 Harvard W 8-7 4/24 at St. John’s* W 13-9 4/24 at St. John’s* L 15-13 4/25 at Seton Hall* L 4-3 4/25 at Seton Hall* L 12-1 4/28 at Temple W 6-1 4/28 at Temple W 7-3 4/29 at No. 17 Massachusetts L 6-0 4/29 at No. 17 Massachusetts L 8-0 5/1 Providence* W 13-5 5/1 Providence* W 10-2 5/2 Boston College* L 5-4 5/2 Boston College* L 6-3 1998 (25-22, 10-5 BIG EAST) Rebel Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) 3/14 at Maine W 7-1 3/15 vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay L 4-3 3/15 vs. Moorhead W 2-1 3/17 vs. Colgate W 7-5 3/17 vs. Fairfield L 6-1 3/19 vs. St. Xavier L 4-1 3/23 at Seton Hall* W 8-0 3/23 at Seton Hall* W 16-6 3/24 at Seton Hall* L 3-1 3/26 Iona W 5-0 3/26 Iona W 5-3 3/28 Notre Dame* L 5-4 3/28 Notre Dame* W 9-2 3/29 Notre Dame* W 5-0 4/1 Long Island W 6-4 4/2 at St. John’s* W 4-0 4/2 at St. John’s* L 5-1 4/4 at Connecticut* W 13-1 4/5 at Harvard L 6-0 4/5 at Harvard W 7-3 4/6 at Connecticut* W 8-3 4/8 at Villanova* L 2-0 4/9 at Villanova* L 4-3 4/13 Hofstra L 6-0 4/13 Hofstra L 10-5 4/15 at Monmouth W 4-1 4/15 at Monmouth W 8-3 4/16 La Salle L 3-0 4/16 La Salle L 9-1 4/18 Boston College* L 7-3 4/18 Boston College* W 4-3 4/19 Providence* W 6-0 4/19 Providence* W 10-0 4/21 Rider W 9-1 4/21 Rider L 12-10 4/22 Temple W 5-1 4/22 Temple L 3-1 Hudson Hokie Softball Classic 4/24 vs. Virginia Tech W 9-8 4/25 vs. North Carolina A&T W 10-1 4/25 vs. East Carolina L 9-0 4/26 vs. Virginia Tech L 13-10 4/26 vs. North Carolina A&T W 8-0 4/28 at Princeton L 2-0 4/28 at Princeton L 5-0 BIG EAST Tournament 5/2 vs. Boston College L 1-0 5/2 vs Notre Dame W 1-0 5/3 vs. Connecticut L 15-0 1997 (22-28, 7-9 BIG EAST) Houston Invitational 3/13 vs. Baylor W 3/13 vs. Texas A&M L 3/14 vs. Oklahoma L 3/14 vs. Incarnate Word 3/14 vs. McNeese State 3/15 vs. Texas A&M L 3/15 vs. Texas Lutheran

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3/15 vs. Baylor L 5-0 3/19 at La Salle L 8-4 3/19 at La Salle L 8-0 3/22 at Lafayette W 8-4 3/22 at Lafayette W 11-5 3/23 Seton Hall* W 10-7 3/23 Seton Hall* L 12-5 3/24 Seton Hall* W 6-2 3/24 Seton Hall* W 5-4 3/26 Villanova* L 6-5 3/26 Villanova* W 10-2 3/27 Villanova* W 4-3 3/27 Villanova* L 5-4 4/2 at Hofstra L 8-0 4/2 at Hofstra L 9-6 4/3 St. John’s* L 3-2 4/3 St. John’s* W 11-0 4/5 Massachusetts L 5-3 4/5 Massachusetts L 10-1 4/6 Towson W 10-2 4/6 Towson W 10-1 4/9 at Temple W 8-6 4/9 at Temple L 8-4 4/10 at Manhattan College W 9-3 4/10 at Manhattan College L 5-3 4/13 Boston University L 12-6 4/13 Boston University W 7-6 4/15 at Saint Peter’s L 4-3 4/15 at Saint Peter’s W 18-8 4/16 at Army W 10-5 4/16 at Army W 13-10 4/19 at Boston College* L 1-0 4/19 at Boston College* L 7-5 4/24 at Rider W 9-0 4/24 at Rider W 10-1 4/26 at Notre Dame* L 6-4 4/26 at Notre Dame* L 5-0 4/27 at Notre Dame* W 7-0 4/27 at Notre Dame* L 2-0 5/1 Princeton L 7-3 5/1 Princeton L 6-1 BIG EAST Tournament 5/4 at Connecticut L 5-1 5/4 vs. Notre Dame L 11-8 1996 (26-22, 10-10 BIG EAST) Stetson Tournament 3/8 vs. College of Charleston W 13-1 3/8 vs. College of Charleston W 12-1 3/9 vs. Colgate L 4-0 3/9 vs. Colgate W 2-1 3/10 at Stetson W 9-1 3/12 vs. Florida Atlantic W 3-1 3/12 vs. Florida Atlantic L 7-1 3/13 vs. Florida Atlantic W 6-3 3/13 vs. Florida Atlantic W 6-3 3/23 vs. Towson W 9-7 (8) 3/23 vs. Towson L 9-8 3/25 La Salle W 10-2 3/25 La Salle W 4-2 3/26 Lehigh L 3-1 3/26 Lehigh W 7-4 3/30 at Notre Dame* L 15-0 3/30 at Notre Dame* L 5-0 3/31 at Notre Dame* L 8-2 3/31 at Notre Dame* L 4-0 4/2 at Hofstra L 8-2 4/3 Saint Peter’s W 6-2 4/3 Saint Peter’s W 6-4 4/6 at St. John’s* W 9-1 4/6 at St. John’s* W 5-4 (8) 4/11 Manhattan College W 10-0 4/11 Manhattan College W 10-1 4/13 at Connecticut* W 2-0 (8) 4/13 at Connecticut* L 5-1 4/17 Seton Hall* W 5-1 4/17 Seton Hall* W 19-0 4/18 Seton Hall* W 5-4 4/18 Seton Hall* L 4-3 4/20 Boston College* W 5-1 4/20 Boston College* L 9-5 4/21 No. 5 Providence* W 5-1 (8) 4/21 No. 5 Providence* W 4-1 4/23 at St. Joseph’s L 11-6

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/// ALL-TIME RESULTS /// 4/23 at St. Joseph’s L 12-8 4/24 at Princeton L 5-3 4/24 at Princeton L 3-0 4/25 Rider W 4-0 4/25 Rider L 3-2 4/27 at Villanova* L 7-1 4/27 at Villanova* L 4-1 4/28 at Villanova* W 2-0 4/28 at Villanova* L 10-1 ECAC Tournament 5/11 at Boston College L 7-6 5/11 vs. Brown L 4-3 (12) 1995 (30-17, 7-3 Atlantic 10) Florida Spring Trip 3/13 vs. Northern Illinois L 10-2 3/14 vs. Michigan State L 5-4 3/15 vs. Iowa State W 3-1 3/15 vs. Iowa State L 12-3 3 /16 vs. Canisius College W 1-0 3/16 vs. Canisius College W 4-2 3/18 vs. Stetson W 11-2 3/18 vs. Stetson W 6-5 3/22 at La Salle W 4-2 3/22 at La Salle W 9-8 3/25 at Princeton L 2-1 3/25 at Princeton W 8-1 3/30 Villanova W 2-0 3/30 Villanova W 18-0 4/1 St. Bonaventure* W 7-2 4/1 St. Bonaventure* W 8-0 4/5 at Lehigh W 7-2 4/5 at Lehigh L 9-1 4/6 St. John’s W 9-5 4/6 St. John’s L 3-2 4/8 St. Joseph’s* W 4-1 4/8 St. Joseph’s* W 12-6 4/9 Temple* W 10-7 4/9 Temple* L 2-1 4/11 at Long Island L 6-5 4/11 at Long Island W 8-3 4 /14 at Massachusetts* L 10-0 4/14. at Massachusetts* W 4-1 4/15 at Rhode Island* L 3-1 4/15 at Rhode Island* W 3-0 4/20 Seton Hall W 9-0 4/20 Seton Hall W 7-2 4/22 at Connecticut L 1-0 4/22 at Connecticut L 7-4 4/23 at Central Connecticut W 8-0 4/23 at Central Connecticut W 4-0 4/25 Lafayette W 18-1 4/25. Lafayette W 14-0 4/27. at Rider L 6-5 4/27 at Rider W 12-8 Atlantic 10 Tournament vs. St. Joseph’s W 12-11 vs. Massachusetts L 8-1 vs. St. Joseph’s W 2-1 vs. Massachusetts L 5-1 ECAC Tournament East Carolina W 4-0 Harvard L 2-0 Providence L 5-4 1994 (26-25, 9-5 Atlantic 10) 3/15 at North Carolina L 8-0 3/15 at North Carolina L 11-4 East Carolina Classic 3/16 at East Carolina L 7-6 3/16 at East Carolina L 7-5 3/18 vs. George Mason W 3-2 3/18 vs. Costal Carolina L 7-5 3/19 vs. Bucknell W 9-5 3/19 vs. Lehigh L 5-2 3/20 vs. Long Island W 5-1 3/20 vs. East Carolina L 7-0 West Point Classic 3/25 vs. Robert Morris W 4-3 3/25 vs. Temple L 2-1 (9) 3/26 vs. Robert Morris L 6-4 3/26 at Princeton L 3-0 3/31 Princeton L 6-0 3/31 Princeton W 2-0

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4/1 at Rhode Island* L 3-0 4/1 at Rhode Island* L 1-0 4/5 Long Island W 13-4 4/5 Long Island W 11-5 4/9 St. Bonaventure* W 17-1 4/9 St. Bonaventure* W 12-1 4/16 La Salle W 4-3 4/16 La Salle W 1-0 4/17 Army W 7-4 4/17 Army W 8-7 4/18 St. Joseph’s* W 1-0 4/18 St. Joseph’s* W 5-4 4/19 at Temple* L 5-3 4/19 at Temple* W 7-1 4/21 at Seton Hall W 3-2 4/21 at Seton Hall W 7-1 4/23 Connecticut L 9-8 4/23 Connecticut W 3-0 4/24 Central Connecticut W 8-3 4/24 Central Connecticut W 12-0 4/25 at Massachusetts* L 2-1 4/25 at Massachusetts* W 3-1 4/28 Rider L 6-4 (11) 4/28 Rider W 5-4 University of Virginia Tournament 4/30 at Virginia L 8-0 4/30 vs. South Carolina L 12-4 4/30 vs. East Carolina L 6-1 5/1 vs. South Carolina L 8-2 5/1 at Virginia L 8-0 Atlantic 10 Tournament 5/13 vs. Rhode Island* W 7-3 5/15 vs. Massachusetts* W 2-1 5/15 vs. Massachusetts* L 5-4 (9) 5/15 vs. Massachusetts* W 3-1 NCAA Tournament 5/16 vs. Texas A&M L 6-2 5/16 vs. Canisius College L 4-3 (9) 1993 (34-21, 7-3 Atlantic 10) Florida State Invitational 3/14 vs. Adelphi W 6-1 3/14 vs. Adelphi W 3-1 3/18 vs. Northern Iowa W 4-2 3/18 vs. Rhode Island W 7-0 3/19 vs. Princeton L 1-0 3/19 vs. Miami (Ohio) W 12-3 3/20 vs. Samford W 6-2 3/20 vs. Nicholls State L 6-2 3/20 vs. Southern Illinois L 9-1 3/27 vs. Connecticut L 2-1 3/27 vs. Connecticut L 7-3 3/30 at Princeton W 4-3 3/30 at Princeton L 6-5 4/3 at St. Joseph’s* W 5-1 4/3 at St. Joseph’s* L 1-0 4/4 at Temple* W 8-3 4/4 at Temple* L 5-1 4/6 Temple L 2-0 4/6 Temple W 6-0 4/8 St. John’s W 3-2 4/8 St. John’s W 10-5 4/10 Massachusetts* W 6-5 4/10 Massachusetts* L 8-4 4/12 at Long Island W 2-1 4/12 at Long Island W 2-0 4/13 Drexel W 9-8 4/13 Drexel W 9-3 4/15 Adelphi W 11-1 4/15 Adelphi W 3-0 4/16 at Canisius College L 4-0 4/16 at Canisius College L 11-5 4/18 at St. Bonaventure* W 11-1 4/18 at St. Bonaventure* W 11-1 4/19 Robert Morris L 5-0 4/19 Robert Morris W 2-0 4/21 Seton Hall W 10-3 4/21 Seton Hall W 11-3 4/22 at La Salle L 2-1 4/22 at La Salle L 11-10 4/24 Rhode Island* W 11-2 4/24 Rhode Island* W 3-1 4/27 at Army W 6-1 4/27 at Army W 10-2

4/29 at Rider L 8-1 4/29 at Rider W 9-0 5/1 at Marist L 7-5 5/1 at Marist W 4-2 5/2 Hofstra L 10-2 5/2 Hofstra L 4-0 5/4 Monmouth W 7-5 5/4 Monmouth W 4-3 Atlantic 10 Tournament 5/14 vs. St. Joseph’s L 8-5 5/15 vs. Temple W 11-5 5/15 vs. St. Joseph’s W 2-0 5/16 vs. Massachusetts L 1-0 1992 (26-25, 6-4 Atlantic 10) Florida State University Tournament 3/16 vs. Florida A&M W 12-0 3/16 vs. Florida A&M W 5-0 3/17 at Florida State L 1-0 3/17 at Florida State L 8-4 3/18 vs. Southern Illinois L 2-1 3/18 vs. Southern Illinois L 6-0 3/20 vs. Virginia W 3-1 3/20 vs. Florida W 13-0 3/21 vs. Southern Illinois L 2-0 3/21 vs. Miami (Ohio) L 1-0 3/21 vs. Northern Iowa L 7-5 3/27 Robert Morris L 4-2 3/27 Robert Morris L 13-1 3/31 Princeton W 1-0 3/31 Princeton L 7-5 4/2 at Adelphi L 3-0 4/2 at Adelphi L 2-0 4/4 St. Bonaventure* W 11-0 4/4 St. Bonaventure* W 10-0 4/5 Marist W 22-0 4/5 Marist W 11-1 4/7 at Temple* W 4-3 4/7 at Temple* L 1-0 4/9 at St. John’s W 9-1 4/9 at St. John’s W 4-1 4/11 at St. Joseph’s* W 5-1 4/11 at St. Joseph’s* W 2-0 4/12 Connecticut L 8-2 4/12 Connecticut L 9-2 4/14 La Salle L 6-2 4/14 La Salle W 4-2 4/19 at Rhode Island* L 7-6 4/19 at Rhode Island* W 10-0 4/20 at Massachusetts* L 2-0 4/20 at Massachusetts* L 2-1 4/21 at Drexel W 4-1 4/21 at Drexel W 7-2 4/25 at Hofstra L 3-0 4/25 at Hofstra L 5-3 4/26 Temple W 10-0 4/26 Temple W 4-0 4/28 Army W 1-0 4/28 Army L 3-1 4/29 Rider W 1-0 4/29 Rider L 4-3 5/5 at Monmouth W 6-0 5/5 at Monmouth W 5-0 Atlantic 10 Tournament 5/9 vs. Rhode Island W 6-1 5/9 vs. Massachusetts L 10-3 5/10 vs. Temple W 4-2 5/10 vs. Massachusetts L 2-1 1991 (26-22-1, 7-4 Atlantic 10) 3/17 vs. Minnesota L 4-3 3/17 vs. Minnesota L 9-0 3/18 vs. Cal. State-Northridge L 8-2 3/18 vs. Cal. State-Northridge L 6-1 PONY Invitational 3/20 vs. Minnesota L 3-2 3/21 vs. Nevada, Las Vegas L 8-1 3/22 vs. Colorado State W 1-0 3/23 vs. Oklahoma State L 1-0 (9) 3/23 vs. Oregon State L 5-0 3/24 vs. Colorado State L 7-2 3/26 at Temple W 3-0 3/26 at Temple W 9-0 4/2 at Princeton W 3-0

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4/2 at Princeton L 7-2 4/4 Adelphi W 2-0 4/4 Adelphi W 7-0 4/6 Massachusetts* L 11-2 4/6 Massachusetts* L 17-0 4/7 Rhode Island* W 2-0 4/7 Rhode Island* W 4-0 4/9 St. John’s L 6-3 4/9 St. John’s L 3-2 4/13 at St. Bonaventure* W 4-0 4/13 at St. Bonaventure* W 10-0 4/14 at Penn State* W 3-2 4/16 Monmouth W 6-1 4/16 Monmouth W 2-0 4/18 Seton Hall W 3-0 4/18 Seton Hall W 13-2 4/20 St. Joseph’s* W 6-1 4/20 St. Joseph’s* L 3-2 4/23 Drexel W 6-0 4/23 Drexel W 13-3 Penn State Invitational 4/26 vs. George Mason W 7-2 4/26 vs. Georgia State L 1-0 4/27 vs. Drexel W 3-2 4/27 vs. Detroit L 6-1 4/28 vs. Rhode Island W 3-0 4/28 vs. Georgia State L 3-2 5/1 Temple* L 3-1 5/1 Temple* W 2-1 5/3 at No. 22 Connecticut L 1-0 (11) 5/3 at No. 22 Connecticut T 2-2 (9) 5/4 at Boston College W 2-0 5/4 at Boston College W 4-0 Atlantic 10 Tournament 5/10 vs. Penn State W 3-1 5/11 vs. Massachusetts L 3-2 5/11 vs. Temple W 1-0 5/11 vs. Massachusetts L 5-4 1990 (27-19-1, 11-1 Atlantic 10) Tournament Bowling Green W 7-4 (14) Cal State-Fullerton L 3-0 US International L 1-0 (10) US International L 2-1 (9) Minnesota L 3-2 (8) Cal State-Fullerton L 8-0 Nebraska L 4-2 Oklahoma State L 8-0 Arizona L 3-0 Cal Poly Pomona W 1-0 Temple L 6-0 Temple L 1-0 La Salle W 5-2 La Salle T 5-5 (9) Monmouth W 3-0 Monmouth W 2-0 Adelphi W 4-2 Adelphi L 1-0 St. Joseph’s* W 6-1 St. Joseph’s* W 7-0 Long Island W 4-0 Long Island W 11-1 St. John’s L 4-0 St. John’s L 1-0 Rhode Island* W 1-0 (8) Rhode Island* W 5-1 Princeton W 7-4 Princeton W 3-1 Temple* W 3-2 Temple* W 5-2 St. Bonaventure* W 19-0 St. Bonaventure* W 12-0 Penn State* W 2-1 (9) Penn State* W 5-0 Drexel W 5-2 Drexel W 7-3 Tournament Kent State L 2-0 George Mason W 3-2 Boston College W 9-3 Massachusetts L 2-0 Penn State L 4-0 Rider W 4-1 Rider L 3-1 Seton Hall W 9-0 Seton Hall L 2-1


/// ALL-TIME RESULTS /// Massachusetts* W 7-0 Massachusetts* L 4-3 (9) Atlantic 10 Tournament Temple L 5-1 Penn State L 2-0 1989 (28-22, 6-6 Atlantic 10) Tournament Maine W 3-1 Illinois-Chicago L 7-5 Michigan State L 1-0 Evansville L 3-2 Youngstown State W 8-1 SW Missouri State L 6-0 Texas-Arlington L 3-0 Youngstown State W 5-3 Vermont W 4-0 DePaul W 4-3 Illinois-Chicago L 4-3 Drake W 2-1 Mercer W 3-0 Mercer W 1-0 Temple L 1-0 Temple L 1-0 Monmouth W 9-0 Monmouth W 3-0 Princeton L 1-0 Princeton L 1-0 Drexel W 2-0 Drexel L 3-1 Connecticut W 3-1 Connecticut L 4-3 St. Joseph’s* W 5-2 St. Joseph’s* W 9-1 St. John’s W 2-0 Rhode Island* W 2-1 Rhode Island* L 5-1 Seton Hall W 7-0 Seton Hall W 6-0 Temple* L 6-2 Temple* L 4-0 St. Bonaventure* W 9-0 St. Bonaventure* W 6-0 Penn State* L 2-1 Penn State* L 6-4 Tournament Brown W 4-0 Adelphi L 4-3 Detroit W 3-1 Rhode Island W 3-1 Penn State W 2-1 Penn State L 3-2 Penn State W 2-1 Rider W 5-1 Rider W 11-7 Massachusetts* L 1-0 Massachusetts* W 5-4 Atlantic 10 Tournament Temple L 3-2 Penn State L 3-0 1988 (30-26-1, 6-6 Atlantic 10) Rebel Spring Tournament Illinois-Chicago W 8-1 Iowa L 3-2 DePaul W 2-1 Michigan State W 4-2 Akron L 3-0 Drake W 4-0 Eastern Illinois W 2-1 SW Missouri State W 3-1 Iowa L 3-2 South Florida L 5-3 Massachusetts L 7-6 Akron L 3-0 Rider L 6-0 St. John’s W 5-0 Temple W 4-0 Temple L 7-3 La Salle W 6-1 La Salle L 2-1 St. Bonaventure* W 8-0 St. Bonaventure* W 4-0 Princeton L 5-0 Princeton L 1-0 Massachusetts* L 3-0 Massachusetts* L 2-0 Connecticut L 8-1 Connecticut L 5-1 St. Joseph’s* W 2-1

St. Joseph’s* L 10-7 St. John’s W 9-3 St. John’s T 0-0 Rhode Island* W 6-1 Rhode Island* W 1-0 Providence W 5-0 Providence W 6-1 Adelphi L 4-1 Adelphi W 1-0 Temple* L 4-3 Temple* W 2-0 Penn State* L 5-3 Penn State* L 11-6 Drexel W 4-1 Drexel W 3-0 Monmouth W 5-0 Monmouth W 2-1 Penn State Invitational Penn State W 6-2 Connecticut W 2-1 Furman L 5-1 George Mason W 5-1 Adelphi L 2-1 Penn State L 5-2 Lehigh L 2-1 Lehigh W 4-0 Rider W 3-2 Rider W 6-3 Atlantic 10 Tournament Massachusetts L 2-1 Temple W 2-1 Massachusetts L 3-0 1987 (17-24, 4-6 Atlantic 10) South Florida Tournament Eastern Michigan W 2-0 South Carolina L 12-1 Temple W 5-3 Bradley L 5-1 Stetson L 4-1 Florida State L 4-0 Bradley L 5-3 Miami (Ohio) L 1-0 Florida State Tournament McNeese State L 7-6 SW Missouri State L 6-0 Florida A&M W 3-0 Stetson L 5-2 Miami (Ohio) L 6-2 St. Joseph’s* W 6-1 St. Joseph’s* W 2-0 Temple W 1-0 Temple W 2-1 La Salle W 2-1 La Salle W 2-0 Princeton W 6-0 Princeton L 3-2 Monmouth W 10-0 Monmouth W 3-1 St. John’s W 1-0 St. John’s L 3-1 Adelphi L 5-4 Adelphi L 4-1 Massachusetts* L 4-1 Massachusetts* W 1-0 Adelphi L 13-0 Adelphi L 4-1 Temple* L 2-1 Temple* L 4-0 Penn State* W 6-4 Penn State* L 2-1 Lafayette W 4-3 Lafayette W 3-2 Connecticut L 2-1 Connecticut L 3-2 Rhode Island* L 2-0 Rhode Island* L 2-1 1986 (28-14-2, 5-5 Atlantic 10) South Florida Tournament Stetson W 12-1 Eastern Michigan L 7-3 South Florida L 2-0 Florida State Tournament Western Illinois W 5-2 Nevada-Reno W 8-1 Florida Southern W 1-0 Florida State L 3-0 Toledo L 3-0 Furman W 5-2

Eastern Michigan W 5-2 Temple L 9-2 Temple W 1-0 Rider W 6-3 Rider W 4-3 Seton Hall W 5-3 Seton Hall W 7-0 St. Joseph’s* W 3-2 St. Joseph’s* L 4-2 La Salle W 10-1 La Salle T 1-1 Massachusetts* L 4-0 Massachusetts* W 3-1 Lafayette W 3-1 Lafayette W 2-0 St. John’s W 1-0 St. John’s W 12-5 Rhode Island* L 3-1 Rhode Island* W 4-3 Connecticut W 4-1 Connecticut T 0-0 Temple* W 5-4 Temple* L 5-4 Adelphi W 1-0 Adelphi L 3-0 Providence W 8-2 Providence W 1-0 Penn State* W 7-2 Penn State* W 3-1 Adelphi L 3-0 Adelphi L 2-1 Atlantic 10 Tournament Rhode Island W 3-0 Massachusetts L 3-1 Rhode Island W 2-0 Massachusetts L 3-2 1985 (28-15-1) 3/17 Eastern Michigan T 3-3 3/17 Miami (Ohio) W 2-1 3/18 Furman W 4-1 3/18 Princeton L 6-5 3/20 Michigan State L 4-3 3/20 Western Illinois L 4-1 3/22 Furman W 5-0 3/22 Toledo L 5-0 3/22 Florida State L 4-0 3/23 SW Missouri State L 5-0 3/23 Stetson W 3-0 3/26 Rider W 4-1 3/26 Rider W 8-1 3/28 St. Joseph’s W 6-2 3/28 St. Joseph’s W 5-0 4/2 La Salle W 7-5 4/2 La Salle W 5-0 4/4 Seton Hall W 3-0 4/5 Massachusetts W 6-5 4/5 Massachusetts W 2-0 4/6 Lafayette W 5-1 4/6 Lafayette W 7-0 4/9 Duquesne W 7-1 4/9 Duquesne W 11-0 4/11 Fairleigh Dickinson W 16-1 4/11 Fairleigh Dickinson W Forfeit 4/14 Connecticut L 5-2 4/14 Connecticut W 2-1 4/16 St. John’s W 3-2 4/16 St. John’s W 1-0 4/18 Adelphi L 3-2 4/18 Adelphi L 1-0 4/20 Rhode Island W 3-2 4/20 Rhode Island L 2-0 4/21 Providence W 4-1 4/21 Providence W 6-0 4/23 Princeton W 3-2 (11) 4/23 Princeton W 4-1 4/25 Temple L 6-0 4/25 Temple L 2-0 4/27 Penn State W 3-1 4/27 Penn State L 6-5 Atlantic 10 Tournament 4/27 Penn State L 2-1 4/27 Massachusetts L 6-0

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1984 (22-14, 5-3 Atlantic 10) South Carolina L 7-1 Bowling Green W 2-0 Ohio W 3-1 Adelphi L 3-1 Michigan State W 3-2 Massachusetts* L 4-1 Seton Hall W 11-4 North Carolina L 1-0 North Carolina W 7-2 Virginia L 2-1 Virginia W 6-0 Rider W 1-0 Rider W 2-0 Temple* W 5-2 Temple* W 7-6 Massachusetts* W 2-1 Rhode Island* W 3-1 Rhode Island* L 2-0 La Salle W 10-0 La Salle W 12-2 West Chester W 6-1 West Chester W 9-0 Adelphi L 1-0 Adelphi L 2-0 Connecticut L 2-0 Connecticut L 3-2 Penn State* W 3-2 Penn State* L 5-2 Monmouth W 9-3 Queens W 11-0 Atlantic 10 Tournament Temple W 9-2 Massachusetts W 7-0 Penn State L 7-2 Penn State W 8-4 NCAA Tournament Adelphi L 2-0 Adelphi L 1-0 1983 (20-9, 7-5 Atlantic 10) Seton Hall W 7-0 Michigan L 1-0 Michigan L 4-2 Ohio W 6-0 Ohio W 7-3 Massachusetts* L 1-0 Lowell W 2-1 Fairleigh Dickinson W 8-0 Fairleigh Dickinson W 8-1 Massachusetts* L 3-2 Massachusetts* W 5-4 Temple* L 1-0 Temple* W 2-1 Rhode Island* W 2-0 Rhode Island* W 3-2 La Salle W 4-0 La Salle W 21-4 West Chester W 2-1 West Chester W 6-0 Penn State* W 4-3 Ohio State L 4-3 Montclair State L 1-0 Temple* W 5-0 Rhode Island* W 1-0 Seton Hall W 5-1 Penn State* L 2-0 Rhode Island* L 4-3 Connecticut W 3-0 Connecticut W 1-0 1982 (14-7) Seton Hall Eastern Connecticut La Salle Penn State Penn State Providence Providence Adelphi Adelphi Connecticut Connecticut Rhode Island

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W 7-0 W 13-0 W 3-0 L 4-1 L 2-0 W 4-0 W 3-0 L 6-3 L 5-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 8-0

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W 3-0 W 8-0 W 4-0 W 1-0 W 10-0 W 1-0 L 6-5 L L

1-0 1-0

1981 (28-3) Fairleigh Dickinson W 6-1 Adelphi W 1-0 Adelphi W 2-1 Rhode Island W 4-0 Rhode Island L 1-0 Providence W 1-0 Providence W 4-0 Temple W 2-0 Temple W 1-0 Kean W 5-0 Connecticut W 4-1 Connecticut W 4-0 West Virginia W 3-2 West Virginia W 5-4 Penn State W 4-3 Penn State W 5-1 West Chester W 2-1 West Chester W 7-0 Eastern Connecticut W 7-0 Eastern Connecticut W 4-2 Montclair State W 4-3 Seton Hall W 4-0 Springfield W 5-1 Springfield W 5-3 Massachusetts W 5-1 Massachusetts W 4-0 EAIAW Regional Tournament Adelphi W 4-3 Rhode Island W 5-0 Rhode Island W 3-1 Women’s College World Series Missouri L 3-0 Michigan State L 6-2 1980 (22-3) Upsala W 2-1 William Paterson W 4-0 Penn State W 7-2 Penn State W 1-0 Temple W 1-0 Temple W 3-1 Trenton State W 5-1 Connecticut W 2-0 Connecticut L 1-0 Kean W 10-0 Kean W 5-0 Seton Hall W 4-1 East Stroudsburg W 2-0 East Stroudsburg W 4-2 Glassboro State W 8-1 Adelphi W 5-0 Adelphi W 8-0 Fairleigh Dickinson W 13-0 West Chester W 16-0 West Chester W 3-0 Rhode Island W 2-1 Rhode Island W 7-2 EAIAW Regional Tournament Massachusetts L 6-0 Connecticut W 2-1 Rhode Island L 2-0 1979 (25-2) Adelphi Adelphi Trenton State Trenton State Seton Hall Lehigh Delaware Delaware Kean

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W 4-1 W 2-0 W 5-0 W 4-3 W 13-0 W 5-0 W 7-0 W 5-1 W 5-0

East Stroudsburg W 5-0 East Stroudsburg W 4-0 Temple W 4-2 Connecticut W 1-0 Temple W 3-0 West Chester W 11-3 Glassboro State W 12-5 Montclair State W 4-0 William Paterson W 9-7 EAIAW Preliminary Tournament Kean W 2-1 Adelphi W 2-0 Adelphi W 4-2 EAIAW Championship Montclair State W 4-2 Glassboro State W 3-1 Glassboro State W 6-0 AIAW-ASA World Series Northern Colorado L 3-2 Chapman College W 1-0 Western Illinois L 3-2

William Paterson East Stroudsburg Glassboro State Montclair State Hofstra Hofstra Kean Salisbury State West Chester

1978 (18-2) Hofstra Hofstra Trenton State Brooklyn College Delaware Delaware East Stroudsburg East Stroudsburg Villanova William Paterson William Paterson Glassboro State Seton Hall Lehigh Kean Pennsylvania West Chester Montclair State EAIAW Regional Connecticut Montclair State

ALL-TIME OPPONENTS

W 11-0 W 13-1 W 12-4 W 5-0 W 10-3 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 6-4 W 15-1 W 6-1 W 7-4 W 3-2 W 11-0 W 5-3 W 4-0 W 18-2 W 12-0 L 2-1 L 1-0 W 4-2

1977 (23-7) Barrington W 5-2 Indiana L 6-4 Barrington L 10-9 Limestone W Forfeit South Carolina W 8-3 Indiana L 18-11 Indiana L 8-7 South Carolina W 13-6 Trenton State W 4-3 Brooklyn College W 3-0 La Salle W 16-9 City College of New York W 26-0 Temple W 9-4 East Stroudsburg W 5-4 East Stroudsburg L 10-4 William Paterson W 5-3 Glassboro State W 6-2 Seton Hall W 7-3 Hofstra W 18-0 Hofstra W 9-4 Kean W 4-3 Pennsylvania W 14-5 Pennsylvania W 20-3 SUNY-Oswego W 26-2 Montclair State W 7-6 Army W 11-1 EAIAW Regional Edinboro W 7-1 Delaware W 6-0 West Chester L 1-0 East Stroudsburg L 3-1 1976 (6-9-1) Fairleigh Dickinson Trenton State Brooklyn College Seton Hall Delaware Delaware Temple

W 36-0 W 8-7 L 9-5 L 8-7 L 13-2 L 14-7 L 13-1

W L T L W W L W L

16-5 4-3 6-6 3-0 6-3 9-6 9-2 2-1 27-0

1975 (4-6) 4/2 Trenton State L 6-0 4/6 Seton Hall W 28-0 4/9 Delaware L 11-6 4/15 Fairleigh Dickinson W 22-0 4/18 William Paterson L 14-6 4/22 Glassboro State L 16-1 4/25 Montclair State L 7-4 4/30 Kean L 9-6 5/8 Brooklyn College W 6-0 5/8 Brooklyn College W 9-2

Opponent W-L-T Adelphi 18-22 Akron 2-2 Albany 1-1 A&M Corpus Christi 0-1 Appalachian State 1-0 Arizona 0-1 Arizona State 0-3 Arkansas 1-2 Army 12-5 Austin Peay State 1-0 Ball State 0-1 Barrington (Gordon College) 1-1 Baylor 1-3 Bethune-Cookman 4-1 Boston College 11-13 Boston University 2-1 Bowling Green 3-2 Bradley 1-2 Brooklyn College 4-1 Brown 2-2 Bucknell 1-0 Buffalo 1-0 Cal Poly Pomona 1-0 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 0-1 Cal State-Fullerton 0-4 Cal State-Northridge 1-3 Campbell 3-2 Canisius College 3-3 Central Connecticut 4-1 Central Michigan 1-0 Chapman College 1-0 Charleston Southern 1-0 City College of NY 1-0 Cleveland State 2-1 Coastal Carolina 1-1 College of Charleston 2-0 Colgate 4-1 Colorado State 1-1 Columbia 5-1 Connecticut 26-44-2 Dartmouth 2-0 Dayton 2-0 Delaware 8-12-1 Delaware State 1-0 DePaul 2-15 Detroit 1-1 Drake 2-0 Drexel 13-3 Duquesne 2-0 East Carolina 1-8 East Stroudsburg 7-3 East Tennessee State 0-1 Eastern Connecticut 3-0 Eastern Illinois 1-0 Eastern Michigan 3-2-1 Edinboro 1-0

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Elon 0-3 Evansville 1-3 Fairfield 1-1 Farleigh Dickinson 21-1 Florida 1-0 Florida A&M 4-0 Florida Atlantic 5-11 Florida Gulf Coast 0-1 Florida International 2-2 Florida Southern 1-0 Florida State 1-7 Fordham 3-1 Furman 3-3 George Mason 4-0 Georgetown 8-4 Georgia 0-1 Georgia State 0-2 Georgia Tech 0-2 Glassboro State 6-1-1 Hartford 2-0 Harvard 3-2 Hofstra 11-24 Illinois 0-1 Illinois State 0-1 Illinois-Chicago 2-2 Incarnate Wood 1-0 Indiana 1-3 Indiana State 1-0 Iona 7-0 Iowa 0-4 Iowa State 2-2 Jacksonville 1-0 Kansas 1-0 Kean 7-2 Kent State 0-2 Lafayette 14-0 La Salle 27-8-2 Lehigh 5-5 Liberty 1-2 Limestone 1-0 Long Beach State 0-1 Long Island 15-6 Louisiana Tech 1-1 Louisiana-Lafayette 0-2 Louisiana-Monroe 1-0 Louisville 3-10 Lowell 1-0 Loyola Marymount 0-2 Maine 5-1 Manhattan College 6-2 Marist 6-1 Marshall 1-0 Maryland 0-2 Maryland East Shore 1-0 Massachusetts 17-39 McNeese State 0-2 Memphis 1-0 Mercer 3-1 Miami (Ohio) 2-4 Michigan 0-4 Michigan State 2-6 Middle Tennessee 1-0 Minnesota 0-6 Mississippi State 0-1 Mississippi Valley State 2-0 Missouri 0-1 Missouri State 2-0 Monmouth 31-8 Montclair State 7-4 Moorhead State 1-0 Morgan State 1-0 Mount St. Mary’s 0-1 Nebraska 0-1 Nevada, Las Vegas 0-2 Nevada-Reno 1-2 Nicholls State 0-1 North Carolina 1-5 North Carolina A&T 2-1 North Carolina State 0-2 North Carolina-Wilington 1-0 North Florida 0-1 Northern Colorado 1-2 Northern Illinois 0-1 Northern Iowa 1-2


/// ALL-TIME OPPONENTS/SERIES /// Northwestern 0-2 Notre Dame 8-33 Ohio 3-4 Ohio State 0-2 Oklahoma 0-2 Oklahoma State 0-6 Oregon 0-2 Oregon State 0-1 Penn State 19-22 Pennsylvania 3-0 Pittsburgh 13-19 Portland State 1-0 Prairie View A&M 1-0 Princeton 23-30 Providence 27-16 Purdue 1-1 Queens 1-0 Quinnipiac 3-1 Radford 0-2 Rhode Island 31-14 Rider 31-14 Robert Morris 3-4 St. Bonaventure 16-0 St. Francis (N.Y.) 4-0 St. John’s 30-26-1 St. Joseph’s 23-8 Saint Peter’s 8-1 St. Xavier 0-1 Salisbury State 1-0 Samford 1-0 Seton Hall 43-21 SIU-Edwardsville 0-1 South Carolina 2-4 South Florida 3-16 Southern Illinois 0-6 SW Missouri State 2-3 Springfield 2-0 Stetson 5-2 Stony Brook 7-5 SUNY-Oswego 1-0 Syracuse 5-22-1 Temple 41-29 Tennessee State 1-0 Tennessee Tech 0-1 Tenn.-Chattanooga 2-3 Texas A&M 0-7 Texas Lutheran 1-0 Texas at San Antonio 0-2 Texas Southern 2-0 Texas State 1-2 Texas-Arlington 0-1 Toledo 0-4 Towson 4-2 Trenton State 6-1 Troy 0-1 Tulsa 0-2 UCLA 0-3 UC Riverside 0-1 Upsala 1-0 U.S. International 0-2 Utah 0-2 Vermont 1-0 Villanova 21-22 Virginia 7-6 Virginia Tech 4-7 Wagner 0-2 West Chester 10-2 West Virginia 2-0 Western Carolina 0-1 Western Illinois 1-2 Western Michigan 1-0 Wichita State 0-1 William Paterson 6-1 Winthrop 2-1 Wisconsin 2-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1-1 Wright State 0-1 Youngstown State 2-1 TOTAL 883-806-9 *Opponents series records from 19752013 BOLD indicates 2014 opponent

*Games against national teams (i.e. U.S. International and Netherlands National) do not count toward the program’s overall record

ALL-TIME SERIES ADELPHI AU leads, 22-18 1993 (A15) (A15) (M14) (M14) 1992 (A2) (A2) 1991 (A4) (A4) 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 (A18) (A18) 1984 1982 1981 1980 1979

RU 11-1 RU 3-0 RU 6-1 RU 3-1 AU 3-0 AU 2-0 RU 2-0 RU 7-0 AU 1-0 RU 4-2 AU 4-3 AU 2-1 RU 1-0 AU 4-1 AU 4-1 AU 13-0 AU 4-1 AU 5-4 AU 2-1 AU 3-0 AU 3-0 RU 1-0 AU 1-0 AU 3-2 AU 1-0 AU 2-0 AU 2-0 AU 1-0 AU 3-1 AU 5-3 AU 5-3 RU 4-3 RU 2-1 RU 1-0 RU 8-0 RU 5-0 RU 4-2 RU 2-0 RU 2-0 RU 4-1

AKRON Series tied, 2-2 2001 (M15) 1999 (M27) 1988

RU 3-2 RU 6-3 UA 3-0 UA 3-0

RU 1-0 UA 8-3

AMCC 4-3

APPALACHIAN STATE RU leads, 1-0 2007 (M2)

RU 12-10

ARIZONA ASU leads, 1-0 1990

UA

3-0

ARIZONA STATE ASU leads, 3-0 2010 (F21) (F19) 2002 (M16)

ARK 5-2 RU 4-3 (9) ARK 8-6

ARMY RU leads, 12-5 2010 (A15) (A15) 2006 (A6) (A6) 2005 (A6) (A6) 2000 (A19) (A19) 1997 (A16) (A16) 1994 (A17) (A17) 1993 (A27) (A27) 1992 (A28) (A28) 1977

AUSTIN PEAY STATE RU leads, 1-0 2010 (F27)

RU 6-1

BALL STATE BSU leads, 1-0 2010 (M6)

BSU 7-5

BARRINGTON (now Gordon College) Series tied, 1-1 1977

BAR 10-9 RU 5-2

BAYLOR BU leads, 3-1 2009 (F28) (F27) 1997 (M15) (M13)

BU 8-0 BU 7-1 BU 5-0 RU 2-0

BETHUNE-COOKMAN RU leads, 4-1 2009 (M13) 2008 (M2) (M1) 2006 (M12) (M10)

Series tied, 1-1 2013 (F17) (F15)

ASU 14-0 ASU 19-0 ASU 11-1

BC leads, 13-11 2013 (M17) 2004 (A18) (A18) 2003 (A19) (A29) 2002 (A7) (A7) 2001 (M31) (M31) 2000 (A30) (A30) 1999 (My2) (My2) 1998 (My2) (A18) (A18) 1997 (A19) (A19)

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1996 (My11) (A20) (A20) 1991 (My4) (My4) 1990

BC 7-6 BC 9-5 RU 5-1 RU 4-0 RU 2-0 RU 9-3

BOSTON UNIVERSITY ARM 5-1 RU 3-0 RU 8-7 ARM 10-6 ARM 11-6 ARM 10-2 RU 9-1 RU 2-1 RU 13-10 RU 10-5 RU 8-7 RU 7-4 RU 10-2 RU 6-1 ARM 3-1 RU 1-0 RU 11-1

RU 4-1 RU 4-3 RU 9-1 RU 3-2 B-CU 3-0

RU leads, 2-1 2013 (M15) 1997 (A13) (A13)

RU 4-3 RU 7-6 BU 12-6

BOWLING GREEN RU leads, 3-2 2006 (M11) 2005 (M19) 2000 (M25) 1990 1984

BGSU 3-0 BGSU 6-1 RU 7-1 RU 7-4(14) RU 2-0

BRADLEY BU leads, 2-1 2010 (M5) 1987

RU 5-4 BU 5-3 BU 5-1

BROOKLYN COLLEGE RU leads, 4-1 1978 1977 1976 1975 (My8) (My8)

RU 5-0 RU 3-0 BC 9-5 RU 9-2 RU 6-0

BROWN Series tied, 2-2 2011 (M5) 2006 (M3) 1996 (My11) 1989

RU 15-3 BU 5-2 BU 4-3(12) RU 4-0

BUCKNELL RU leads, 1-0 1994 (M19)

RU 9-5

BUFFALO RU leads, 1-0 2011 (M11)

RU 3-2

CAL POLY POMONA RU leads, 1-0 1990

RU 1-0

CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO CAL POLY leads, 1-0 2013 RU 3-0 BSU 3-1

BOSTON COLLEGE

A&M CORPUS CHRISTI AMCC leads, 1-0 2011 (F25)

ARK leads, 2-1 2011 (F26) (F24) 2007 (F18)

BOISE STATE

ALBANY Series tied, 1-1 2006 (M16) (F25)

ARKANSAS

RU 15-6 RU 9-3 RU 3-1 RU 5-2 RU 4-2 BC 2-1 (9) BC 2-0 BC 8-2 RU 1-0 BC 4-1 BC 1-0 BC 6-3 BC 5-4 BC 1-0 RU 4-3 BC 7-3 BC 7-5 BC 1-0

@RU_SOFTBALL

CP 3-2

CAL STATE-FULLERTON CSF leads, 4-0 2008 (M8) 2002 (M13) 1990

CSF 10-1 CSF 7-1 CSF 8-0 CSF 3-0

CAL STATE-NORTHRIDGE CSUN leads, 3-1 2009 (M6) (M6) 1991 (M18) (M18)

CSUN 2-0 RU 6-1 CSUN 6-1 CSUN 8-2

CAMPBELL RU leads, 3-2 2007 (F24) 2006 (M11) (F24) 2004 (M20) 2001 (M9)

RU 3-0 RU 5-4 CU 5-1 RU 4-1 (8) CU 2-1

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/// ALL-TIME SERIES /// Series tied, 3-3 2001 (M18) 1995 (M16) (M16) 1994 (My16) 1993 (A16) (A16)

RU 4-3 RU 4-2 RU 1-0 CAN 4-3 (9) CAN 11-5 CAN 4-0

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT RU leads, 4-1 2011 (M5) 1995 (A23) (A23) 1994 (A24) (A24)

CCSU 7-1 RU 4-0 RU 8-0 RU 12-0 RU 8-3

CENTRAL MICHIGAN RU leads, 1-0 2008 (F29)

RU 7-3

CHAPMAN COLLEGE RU leads, 1-0 1979

RU 1-0

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN RU leads, 1-0 2003 (F14)

RU 2-0

CITY COLLEGE OF NY RU leads, 1-0 1977

RU 26-0

CLEVELAND STATE RU leads, 2-1 2012 (M3) 2001 (M11) (M10)

CSU 5-3 RU 3-0 RU 2-0

COASTAL CAROLINA Series tied, 1-1 2004 (M5) 1994 (M18)

RU 4-2 CCU 7-5

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON RU leads, 2-0 1996 (M8) (M8)

RU 12-1 RU 13-1

COLGATE RU leads, 4-1 2012 (M17) 2000 (M18) 1998 (M17) 1996 (M9) (M9)

RU 3-0 RU 14-7 RU 7-5 RU 2-1 CU 4-0

COLORADO STATE Series tied, 1-1 1991 (M24) (M22)

CSU 7-2 RU 1-0

COLUMBIA RU leads, 5-1 2004 (M31) (M31) 2003 (A2) (A2) 2002 (My5) (My5)

UConn 6-5 UConn 2-0 UConn 7-4 (9) UConn 7-1 UConn 10-2 UConn 11-8 UConn 6-0 UConn 4-0 UConn 5-0 RU 2-1 RU 5-0 UConn 2-0 UConn 10-2 UConn 2-0 UConn 4-1 RU 1-0 UConn 10-9 UConn 6-0 RU 2-1 (8) UConn 1-0 (9) UConn 16-1 RU 5-0 UConn 15-0 RU 8-3 RU 13-1 UConn 5-1 UConn 5-1 RU 2-0 (8) UConn 7-4 UConn 1-0 RU 3-0 UConn 9-8 UConn 7-3 UConn 2-1 UConn 9-2 UConn 8-2 Tie 2-2 (9) UConn 1-0(11) UConn 4-3 RU 3-1 UConn 5-1 UConn 8-1 RU 2-1 UConn 3-2 UConn 2-1 Tie 0-0 RU 4-1 RU 2-1 UConn 5-2 UConn 3-2 UConn 2-0 RU 1-0 RU 3-0 RU 1-0 RU 1-0 RU 4-0 RU 4-1 RU 2-1 UConn 1-0 RU 2-0 RU 1-0 UConn 1-0

CORNELL RU 2-0 COL 7-4 RU 6-0 RU 6-2 RU 6-0 RU 1-0 (8)

CONNECTICUT UConn leads 44-26-2 2013 (M30) RU 6-0 (M29) RU 10-2 (M29) UConn 4-0 2011 (A3) RU 13-7 (A2) UConn 8-5 (A2) UConn 8-0 2010 (A11) RU 3-0 (A10) UConn 8-6 (A10) UConn 4-2 2009 (A9) UConn 2-0

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(A9) 2008 (A20) (A20) 2007 (A22) (A22) (F23) 2006 (M25) (M25) 2005 (A10) (A10) 2004 (A17) (A17) 2003 (A6) (A6) 2002 (A27) (A27) 2001 (A28) (A28) 2000 (A15) (A15) 1999 (A17) (A17) 1998 (My3) (A6) (A4) 1997 (My4) 1996 (A13) (A13) 1995 (A22) (A22) 1994 (A23) (A23) 1993 (M27) (M27) 1992 (A12) (A12) 1991 (My3) (My3) 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 (A14) (A14) 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

RU leads, 1-0 2013 (M3)

RU 9-1

DARTMOUTH RU leads, 2-0 2013 (M20) 2008 (M17)

RU 6-5 RU 8-4

RU 4-3 RU 8-0

DELAWARE STATE RU leads, 1-0 2006 (M15)

RU 8-2

DEPAUL DPU leads, 15-2 2011 (My12) (A22) (A22) 2010 (My13) (A18) (A17) (A17) 2009 (A18) (A18) 2008 (A13) (A13) 2007 (My6) (My6) 2006 (A22) (A22) 1989 1988

DPU 5-2 DPU 15-10(10) DPU 9-4 DPU 3-0 DPU 10-7 DPU 4-2 DPU 9-0 DPU 5-0 DPU 11-2 DPU 4-3 (9) DPU 4-3 DPU 5-0 DPU 8-0 DPU 6-3 DPU 8-3 RU 4-3 RU 2-1

DETROIT Series tied, 1-1 1991 (A27) 1989

6-1 3-1

RU RU

2-1 4-0

DREXEL RU leads, 13-3 2007 (M10) 2001 (M3) (M3) 1993 (A13) (A13) 1992 (A21) (A21) 1991 (A27) (A23) (A23) 1990 1989 1988

RU leads, 2-0 1985 (A9) (A9)

UD 8-0 UD 6-1 Tie 4-4 UD 4-2

ECU leads, 8-1 2005 (M18) 2001 (M11) (M10) 1998 (A25)

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RU 4-0 ECU 6-1 ECU 7-0 ECU 7-5 ECU 7-6

EAST STROUDSBURG RU leads, 7-3 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

RU 4-2 RU 2-0 RU 4-0 RU 5-0 RU 6-4 RU 3-1 ESU 3-1 ESU 10-4 RU 5-4 ESU 4-3

EAST TENNESSEE STATE ETSU leads, 1-0 2010 (F27)

ETSU 5-0

EASTERN CONNECTICUT RU leads, 3-0 1982 1981

RU 13-0 RU 4-2 RU 7-0

EASTERN ILLINOIS RU leads, 1-0 1988

RU

2-1

EASTERN MICHIGAN RU leads, 3-2-1 2004 (F22) (F21) 1987 1986 1985 (M17)

RU 8-6 (11) EMU 3-1 RU 2-0 RU 5-2 EMU 7-3 Tie 3-3

RU leads, 1-0 1977

RU

7-1

ELON

DRAKE RU leads, 2-0 1989 1988

1995 1994 (A30) (M20) (M16) (M16)

EDINBORO DET RU

ELON leads, 3-0 2007 (F24) 2006 (F25) 2002 (M8)

ELON 7-3 ELON 2-1 ELON 6-2

EVANSVILLE DREX 7-2 DREX 4-0 RU 1-0 RU 9-3 RU 9-8 RU 7-2 RU 4-1 RU 3-2 RU 13-3 RU 6-0 RU 7-3 RU 5-2 DREX 3-1 RU 2-0 RU 3-0 RU 4-1

RU 11-0 RU 7-1

EAST CAROLINA

DELAWARE UD leads, 12-8-1 2005 (A26) (A26) 2004 (A28) (A28)

UD 4-3 UD 7-1 RU 4-0 UD 6-5 UD 7-1 UD 4-3 RU 3-1 UD 7-2 RU 1-0 RU 5-1 RU 7-0 RU 3-2 RU 10-3 RU 6-0 UD 14-7 UD 13-2 UD 11-6

DUQUESNE

DAYTON RU leads, 2-0 2002 (M10) 2012 (F18)

2003 (A30) (A30) 2002 (A20) 2001 (My2) (My2) 2000 (A12) (A12) 1999 (A13) (A13) 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 (A9)

ECU 16-8 ECU 1-0 (9) ECU 8-4 ECU 9-0

UE leads, 3-1 2009 (F22) (F21) 2001 (M9) 1989

UE 2-1 (8) RU 3-2 UE 4-0 UE 3-2

FAIRFIELD Series tied, 1-1 2007 (M3) 1998 (M17)

RU 6-0 FFD 6-1

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON RU leads, 21-1 2011 (M4) 2009 (A23) (A23) 2008 (A24) (A24) 2007 (A24) (A24) 2006 (M19) 2005 (A28) (A28) 2004 (M30) (M30) 2003 (M22) (M22) 1985 (A11)

RU 7-1 RU 11-3 RU 4-3 FDU 4-3 RU 6-0 RU 12-2 RU 9-1 RU 11-5 RU 7-5 RU 14-7 RU 9-0 RU 3-1 RU 4-3 RU 9-0 RU Forfeit


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RU 16-1 RU 8-1 RU 8-0 RU 6-1 RU 13-0 RU 36-0 RU 22-0

FLORIDA RU leads, 1-0 1992 (M20)

RU 13-0

RU 8-0 RU 5-0 RU 12-0 RU 3-0

FLORIDA ATLANTIC FAU leads, 11-5 2011 (M18) (M12) 2009 (M14) 2007 (M17) (M11) 2006 (M10) 2005 (F18) 2004 (F21) 2003 (F21) 2002 (F23) 2000 (M17) (M16) 1996 (M13) (M13) (M12) (M12)

FAU 11-10 RU 1-0 FAU 3-1 FAU 10-1 FAU 9-1 FAU 9-0 FAU 7-2 FAU 2-1 RU 3-1 FAU 1-0 FAU 3-0 FAU 2-1 RU 6-3 RU 6-3 FAU 7-1 RU 3-1

FLORIDA GULF COAST FGCU leads, 1-0 2012 (M16)

FGCU 5-2

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL Series tied, 2-2 2008 (M15) 2007 (M13) 2003 (F22) 2002 (F23)

RU 4-3 (8) FIU 2-1 RU 3-1 FIU 4-2

RU

1-0

FLORIDA STATE FSU leads, 7-1 2012 (M18) 2003 (M7) 2002 (M14) 1992 (M17) (M17) 1987 1986 1985 (M22)

FU 6-1 RU 6-0 RU 7-0 RU 11-1

FURMAN Series tied, 3-3 2006 (M4) (M3) 1988 1986 1985 (M22) (M18)

GEORGE MASON RU leads, 6-1

RU 3-1 RU 7-4 GU 12-11 RU 8-0 RU 3-0 RU 3-2 RU 7-1 GU 1-0 RU 9-7 GU 7-2 GU 4-2 RU 10-2

GA leads, 1-0 2012 (M2)

FUR 6-1 FUR 4-3 (8) FUR 5-1 RU 5-2 RU 5-0 RU 4-1

ILL leads, 1-0 2008 (F29)

GSU 3-2 GSU 1-0

Series tied, 2-2 2001 (M17) 1989 1988

GT 2-1 (9) GT 6-1

RU leads, 1-0 1997 (M14)

INDIANA IU leads, 3-1 2008 (M15) 1977

RU 8-0

RU 6-4 IU 8-7 IU 18-11 IU 6-4

INDIANA STATE RU leads, 1-0 1999 (M20)

RU

5-4 (9)

IONA RU 5-0 RU 7-0

RU 8-7 RU 8-1 RU 7-3 HARV 6-0 HARV 2-0

HOFSTRA HOF leads, 24-11 2013 (A3) (A3) 2012 (A3) (A3) 2011 (M30) 2010 (A7) (A7) 2009 (M26) 2008 (M26) 2007 (M22) 2005 (M30) (M30) 2004 (A7) (A7) 2002 (A1) (A1) 2001 (A25) (A25)

RU 1-0 (9) UIC 4-3 UIC 7-5 RU 8-1

INCARNATE WOOD

(now Rowan University) RU leads, 6-1-1 1980 RU 8-1 1979 RU 6-0 RU 3-1 RU 12-5 1978 RU 3-2 1977 RU 6-2 1976 Tie 6-6 1975 (A22) GSC 16-1

RU leads, 3-2 1999 (A22) (A22) 1998 (A5) (A5) 1995

ILS 4-0

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO

GLASSBORO STATE

RU leads, 2-0 2013 (M27) (M27)

ILL 11-1

GA 12-1

GEORGIA TECH GT leads, 2-0 2002 (F24) (F22)

HOF 9-1 HOF 5-1 HOF 10-5 HOF 6-0 HOF 9-6 HOF 8-0 HOF 8-2 HOF 4-0 HOF 10-2 HOF 5-3 HOF 3-0 RU 13-1 RU 11-0 RU 9-4 RU 18-0 RU 9-6 RU 6-3

ILLINOIS

ILS leads, 1-0 2010 (F20)

GEORGIA STATE GSU leads, 2-0 1991 (A28) (A26)

1999 (A3) (A3) 1998 (A13) (A13) 1997 (A2) (A2) 1996 (A2) 1993 (My2) (My2) 1992 (A25) (A25) 1978 1977 1976

ILLINOIS STATE

GEORGIA

HARVARD RU 1-0 FSU 6-0 FSU 5-1 FSU 8-4 FSU 1-0 FSU 4-0 FSU 3-0 FSU 4-0

FORDHAM RU leads, 3-1 2012 (M10) 2001 (M17) 1999 (M31) (M31)

RU leads, 8-4 2013 (A7) (A6) (A6) 2012 (A1) (A1) (M31) 2010 (A28) (A28) 2009 (A5) (A5) 2008 (M21) 2007 (F24)

HARTFORD

FLORIDA SOUTHERN RU leads, 1-0 1986

RU 7-2 GMU 3-0 RU 8-3 RU 3-2 RU 7-2 RU 3-2 RU 5-1

GEORGETOWN

FLORIDA A&M RU leads, 4-0 2013 (M17) 1992 (M16) (M16) 1987

2013 (M3) (M2) (M1) 1994 (M18) 1991 (A26) 1990 1988

RU 1-0 HOF 6-5 HOF 8-0 HOF 8-2 HOF 10-4 HOF 2-1 HOF 4-1 HOF 8-0 HOF 10-1 HOF 7-0 HOF 11-2 HOF 12-0 RU 10-5 HOF 9-2 RU 4-0 RU 1-0 HOF 3-1 RU 6-5

RU leads, 7-0 2013 (A18) 2012 (A25) (A25) 2011 (A7) (A7) 1998 (M26) (M26)

RU 9-5 RU 1-0 RU 4-1 RU 11-3 RU 8-0 RU 5-3 RU 5-0

IOWA UI leads, 4-0 2010 (F19) 1999 (M19) 1988

UI 7-0 UI 6-2 UI 3-2 UI 3-2

IOWA STATE Series tied, 2-2 2013 (M16) (F15) 1995 (M15) (M15)

RU 4-2 ISU 3-2 ISU 12-3 RU 3-1

JACKSONVILLE RU leads, 1-0 2004 (M4)

RU 6-1

KANSAS RU leads, 1-0 1999 (M19)

RU

8-6 (8)

KEAN RU leads, 7-2 1981

@RUSOFTBALL

1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 (A30)

RU 5-0 RU 10-0 RU 2-1 RU 5-0 RU 4-0 RU 4-3 KEAN 9-2 KEAN 9-6

KENT STATE KSU leads, 2-0 2011 (M19) 1990

KSU 4-1 KSU 2-0

LAFAYETTE RU leads, 14-0 2013 (My1) (My1) 2012 (My1) (My1) 1997 (M22) (M22) 1995 (A25) (A25) 1987 1986 1985 (A6) (A6)

RU 7-0 RU 8-0 RU 9-0 RU 8-0 RU 11-5 RU 8-4 RU 14-0 RU 18-1 RU 3-2 RU 4-3 RU 2-0 RU 3-1 RU 7-0 RU 5-1

LA SALLE RU leads, 27-8-2 2004 (M21) 2002 (A3) (A3) 2001 (A4) (A4) 2000 (M28) (M28) 1998 (A16) (A16) 1997 (M19) (M19) 1996 (M25) (M25) 1995 (M22) (M22) 1994 (A16) (A16) 1993 (A22) (A22) 1992 (A14) (A14) 1990 1988 1987 1986 1985 (A2) (A2) 1984 1983 1982 1977

RU 7-5 RU 11-0 RU 2-0 RU 2-0 RU 8-3 RU 5-2 RU 2-0 LAS 9-1 LAS 3-0 LAS 8-0 LAS 8-4 RU 4-2 RU 10-2 RU 9-8 RU 4-2 RU 1-0 RU 4-3 LAS 11-10 LAS 2-1 RU 4-2 LAS 6-2 Tie 5-5 (9) RU 5-2 LAS 2-1 RU 6-1 RU 2-0 RU 2-1 Tie 1-1 RU 10-1 RU 5-0 RU 7-5 RU 12-2 RU 10-0 RU 21-4 RU 4-0 RU 3-0 RU 16-9

LEHIGH Series tied, 5-5 2006 (M17) 1996 (M26) (M26) 1995 (A5) (A5) 1994 (M19) 1988 1979 1978

LU 1-0 RU 7-4 LU 3-1 LU 9-1 RU 7-2 LU 5-2 RU 4-0 LU 2-1 RU 5-0 RU 5-3

RU 5-0

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/// ALL-TIME SERIES /// LIBERTY LIB leads, 2-1 2009 (M13) 2007 (M4) 2001 (M16)

LIB 3-0 LIB 7-3 RU 1-0

(M24) 2001 (M16) 1998 (M14) 1989

UM 4-3 (8) RU 4-0 RU 7-1 RU 3-1

MANHATTAN COLLEGE LIMESTONE RU leads, 1-0 1977

RU Forfeit

LONG BEACH STATE LBSU leads, 1-0 2008 (M9)

LBSU 4-1

LONG ISLAND RU leads, 15-6 2013 (A30) 2012 (M13) 2011 (M15) 2010 (My4) 2009 (A30) (M20) 2008 (My1) 2004 (F22) (F20) 1999 (A7) (A7) 1998 (A1) 1995 (A11) (A11) 1994 (A5) (A5) (M20) 1993 (A12) (A12) 1990

RU 5-2 RU 1-0 LIU 9-6 RU 2-1 (8) LIU 4-2 LIU 2-0 LIU 4-0 RU 4-2 RU 8-0 LIU 8-5 RU 5-1 RU 6-4 RU 8-3 LIU 6-5 RU 11-5 RU 13-4 RU 5-1 RU 2-0 RU 2-1 RU 11-1 RU 4-0

LOUISIANA TECH Series tied, 1-1 2009 (M1) (F27)

RU 4-0 LTU 2-0

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE ULL leads, 2-0 2012 (F11) 2002 (M16)

ULL 15-1 ULL 7-2

LOUISIANA-MONROE RU leads, 1-0 2009 (F28)

RU 4-3

LOUISVILLE UofL leads, 10-3 2012 (A7) (A6) (A6) 2010 (A14) (A14) 2009 (M22) (M22) 2008 (A6) (A6) 2007 (A1) (A1) 2006 (My6) (My6)

UofL 3-2 UofL 2-0 UofL 1-0 UofL 6-4(11) RU 3-1 UofL 9-0 UofL 8-0 UofL 9-2 RU 6-0 UofL 8-0 RU 8-4 UofL 3-0 UofL 7-3

LOWELL RU leads, 1-0 1983

RU 2-1

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LMU leads, 2-0 2011 (F20) (F18)

LMU 7-4 LMU 9-4

MAINE RU leads, 5-1 2013 (M16) 2007 (M24)

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RU 2-0 RU 7-3

RU leads, 6-2 2000 (M29) (M29) 1999 (A15) (A15) 1997 (A10) (A10) 1996 (A11) (A11)

RU 7-0 RU 5-3 MAN 9-7 RU 7-0 MAN 5-3 RU 9-3 RU 10-1 RU 10-0

RU 9-4 RU 8-0 RU 3-1 RU 4-2 MAR 7-5 RU 11-1 RU 22-0

RU 11-10

MARYLAND MD leads, 2-0 2004 (M17) (M17)

MD 6-0 MD 6-4

MARYLAND EAST SHORE RU leads, 1-0 2011 (M6)

RU 13-3

MASSACHUSETTS UM leads, 39-17 2008 (M16) 2007 (M16) 1999 (A29) (A29) 1997 (A5) (A5) 1995 (A14) (A14) 1994 (My15) (My15) (My15) (A25) (A25) 1993 (My16) (A10) (A10) 1992 (My10) (My9) (A20) (A20) 1991 (My11) (My11) (A6) (A6) 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

MCN leads, 2-0 1997 (M14) 1987

MCN 13-0 MCN 7-6

MEMPHIS RU leads, 1-0 2010 (M5)

RU

2-1 (8)

MERCER

MARSHALL RU leads, 1-0 1999 (M28)

UM 4-0 UM 6-0 RU 2-0 RU 6-5 RU 7-0 RU 2-1 UM 4-1 RU 5-4 UM 3-2 UM 1-0 UM 6-5 RU 1-0 RU 4-0 RU 5-1 UM 6-0

McNEESE STATE

MARIST RU leads, 6-1 2011 (M4) 2009 (A21) (A21) 1993 (My1) (My1) 1992 (A5) (A5)

1985 (A27) (A5) (A5) 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

UM 8-0 UM 6-0 (8) UM 8-0 UM 6-0 UM 10-1 UM 5-3 UM 5-1 UM 8-1 RU 4-1 UM 10-0 RU 3-1 UM 5-4 (9) RU 2-1 RU 3-1 UM 2-1 UM 1-0 UM 8-4 RU 6-5 UM 2-1 UM 10-3 UM 2-1 UM 2-0 UM 5-4 UM 3-2 UM 17-0 UM 11-2 UM 4-3 (9) RU 7-0 UM 2-0 RU 5-4 UM 1-0 UM 3-0 UM 2-1 UM 2-0 UM 3-0 UM 7-6 RU 1-0 UM 4-1 UM 3-2 UM 3-1 RU 3-1

RU leads, 3-1 2012 (M3) 2004 (M7) 1989

MU 14-6 RU 2-1 RU 1-0 RU 3-0

MIAMI (OHIO) MIA leads, 4-2 2010 (F26) 1993 (M19) 1992 (M21) 1987 1985 (M17)

MIA 4-3 RU 12-3 MIA 1-0 MIA 6-2 MIA 1-0 RU 2-1

MICHIGAN MICH leads, 4-0 2005 (F19) 2004 (F20) 1983

MICH 8-0 MICH 2-1 (8) MICH 4-2 MICH 1-0

MICHIGAN STATE MSU leads, 6-2 2011 (M13) 2000 (M17) 1995 (M14) 1989 1988 1985 (M20) 1984 1981

MSU 4-2 MSU 1-0 MSU 5-4 MSU 1-0 RU 4-2 MSU 4-3 RU 3-2 MSU 6-2

MIDDLE TENNESSEE RU leads, 1-0 2011 (M12)

RU 2-0

MINNESOTA MINN leads, 6-0 2012 (M4) 2011 (F18) 1991 (M20) (M17) (M17) 1990

MINN 4-0 MINN 9-3 MINN 3-2 MINN 9-0 MINN 4-3 MINN 3-2 (8)

MISSISSIPPI STATE MSU leads, 1-0 2009 (F20)

MSU 6-0

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE RU leads, 2-0 2012 (F11) (F12)

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RU 7-2 RU 4-3

MISSOURI MU leads, 1-0 1981

MU

3-0

MISSOURI STATE (Formerly SW Missouri State) RU leads, 3-0 2013 (F16) RU 3-0 2010 (M18) RU 12-1 (M18) RU 5-1

MONMOUTH RU leads, 31-8 2013 (A25) 2010 (A22) 2009 (A15) 2008 (A16) 2007 (A25) 2006 (A19) (A19) (M17) 2005 (A20) (A20) 2004 (A21) (A21) 2003 (A15) (A15) 2002 (A11) (A11) 2001 (A10) (A10) 2000 (A6) (A6) 1999 (A6) (A6) 1998 (A15) (A15) 1993 (My4) (My4) 1992 (My5) (My5) 1991 (A16) (A16) 1990 1989 1988 1987 1984

MU 6-3 RU 5-3 RU 6-1 RU 8-3 MU 6-4 MU 2-1 RU 2-0 MU 13-5 MU 8-7 MU 17-7 MU 4-3 RU 6-0 RU 11-1 RU 9-0 RU 10-0 RU 3-1 RU 4-3 RU 6-1 RU 4-0 RU 5-2 MU 1-0 RU 2-0 RU 8-3 RU 4-1 RU 4-3 RU 7-5 RU 5-0 RU 6-0 RU 2-0 RU 6-1 RU 2-0 RU 3-0 RU 3-0 RU 9-0 RU 2-1 RU 5-0 RU 3-1 RU 10-0 RU 9-3

MONTCLAIR STATE RU leads, 7-4 1983 1982 1981 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 (A25)

MSU 1-0 RU 4-0 RU 8-0 RU 4-3 RU 4-2 RU 4-0 RU 4-2 MSU 2-1 RU 7-6 MSU 3-0 MSU 7-4

MOORHEAD STATE RU leads, 1-0 1998 (M15)

RU 2-1

MORGAN STATE RU leads, 1-0 2003 (M14)

RU 8-1

MOUNT ST. MARY’S MSM leads, 1-0 2006 (M18)

MSM 5-4 (9)


/// ALL-TIME SERIES /// NEBRASKA NEB, 1-0 1990

NEB

4-2

NEVADA, LAS VEGAS UNLV leads, 2-0 2004 (M7) 1991 (M21)

UNLV 5-1 UNLV 8-1

NEVADA-RENO UN leads, 1-2 2013 (M10) (M9) 1986

UN 2-1 UN 12-0 RU 8-1

NICHOLLS STATE NICH leads, 1-0 1993 (M20)

NICH 6-2

NORTH CAROLINA UNC leads, 5-1 2007 (M3) 2003 (F14) 1994 (M15) (M15) 1984

UNC 5-3 UNC 10-2 UNC 11-4 UNC 8-0 RU 7-2 UNC 1-0

NORTH CAROLINA A&T RU leads, 2-1 2007 (F23) 1998 (A26) (A25)

NCAT 7-5 RU 8-0 RU 10-1

NORTH CAROLINA STATE NCS leads, 2-0 2005 (F20) (F19)

NCS 10-0 NCS 3-0

NORTH CAROLINA-WILMINGTON RU leads, 1-0 2012 (M16)

RU 6-1

RU 4-2 UNC 6-4 UNC 3-2

NORTHERN ILLINOIS NIU leads, 1-0 2013 (M9) 1995 (M13)

RU 8-0 NIU 10-2

NORTHERN IOWA UNI leads, 2-1 2012 (M11) 1993 (M18) 1992 (M21)

UNI 4-0 RU 4-2 UNI 7-5

NORTHWESTERN NU leads, 2-0 2008 (M7) 2004 (M5)

NU 6-5 (9) NU 8-0

NOTRE DAME ND leads, 33-8 2013 (A14) (A14) (A13) 2012 (My10) (A11) (A11) 2010 (A3) (A1) 2009 (A19)

OU leads, 4-3 2012 (M2) 2008 (M22) 2001 (M2) (M2) 1984 1983

OU 9-0 OU 2-1 OU 6-0 OU 5-4 RU 3-1 RU 7-3 RU 6-0

OHIO STATE OSU 8-0 OSU 4-3

OKLAHOMA OU leads, 2-0 2002 (M15) 1997 (M14)

OU 8-3 (8) OU 8-0

OKLAHOMA STATE OSU leads, 6-0 2013 (M15) 2011 (M20) 2010 (M14) (M13) 1991 (M23) 1990

OSU 2-1 (8) OSU 10-2 OSU 2-0 OSU 8-3 OSU 1-0 (9) OSU 8-0

OREGON UO leads, 2-0 2004 (M4) 1999 (M19)

UO 6-0 UO 17-2

OREGON STATE OSU leads, 1-0 1991 (M23)

OSU 5-0

PENN STATE ND 8-6 ND 5-1 ND 11-2 ND 5-0 RU 7-6 ND 4-1 ND 8-0 ND 8-0 ND 4-3

PSU leads 22-19 2012 (M11) 2005 (M12) 2003 (M8) 2000 (M26) 1999 (M27) 1991 (My10) (A14) 1990

1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 (A27) (A27) (A27) 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

RU 5-0 RU 2-1 (9) PSU 3-0 RU 2-1 PSU 3-2 RU 2-1 PSU 6-4 PSU 2-1 PSU 5-2 RU 6-2 PSU 11-6 PSU 5-3 PSU 2-1 RU 6-4 RU 3-1 RU 7-2 PSU 2-1 PSU 6-5 RU 3-1 RU 8-4 PSU 7-2 PSU 5-2 RU 3-2 PSU 2-0 RU 4-3 PSU 1-0 PSU 2-0 PSU 4-1 RU 5-1 RU 4-3 RU 1-0 RU 7-2

PENNSYLVANIA

UNF 9-3

NORTHERN COLORADO UNC leads, 2-1 2012 (M17) 2006 (M4) 1979

ND 4-1 RU 5-4 ND 1-0 ND 5-1 ND 5-2 ND 7-0 ND 8-0 ND 7-1 ND 11-0 ND 4-2 ND 8-5 ND 1-0 RU 2-0 ND 10-1 RU 5-2 ND 4-0 ND 5-1 ND 9-1 ND 4-2 RU 1-0 RU 5-0 RU 9-2 ND 5-4 ND 11-8 ND 2-0 RU 7-0 ND 5-0 ND 6-4 ND 4-0 ND 8-2 ND 5-0 ND 15-0

OHIO

OSU leads, 2-0 2005 (F18) 1983

NORTH FLORIDA UNF leads, 1-0 2011 (M19)

(A19) 2008 (A14) (A14) 2007 (My5) (My5) 2006 (A23) (A23) 2005 (My7) (My7) 2004 (A25) (A25) 2003 (My4) (My4) 2002 (My3) (My3) 2001 (My5) (My5) 1999 (A10) (A10) 1998 (My2) (M29) (M28) (M28) 1997 (My4) (A27) (A27) (A26) (A26) 1996 (M31) (M31) (M30) (M30)

RU 9-0 PSU 10-0 PSU 8-0 PSU 6-5 PSU 6-3 RU 3-1 RU 3-2 PSU 2-0 PSU 4-0

RU leads, 3-0 1978 1977

RU 18-2 RU 20-3 RU 14-5

PITTSBURGH UP leads, 19-13 2013 (My5) (My4) (My4) 2011 (My1) (A30) (A30) 2010 (My9) (My8) (My8) 2009 (My2) (My2) 2008 (M30) (M30) 2007 (A29) (A29) 2006 (A1) (A1) 2005 (A4) (A4) 2004 (A4) (A4) 2003 (A28) (A28) 2002 (M24) (M24) 2001 (My6) (My6) 2000 (A9) (A9) (M25) 1999 (A11) (A11)

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

PORTLAND STATE RU leads, 1-0 2009 (M7)

RU 4-2

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M RU leads, 1-0 2010 (M12)

@RUSOFTBALL

RU 12-2

@RU_SOFTBALL

PRINCETON PU leads, 30-23 2013 (A11) 2010 (M27) (M27) 2009 (A16) (A16) 2008 (A9) (A9) 2007 (M28) (M28) 2006 (M29) (M29) 2005 (A12) (A12) 2004 (M24) (M24) 2003 (M25) (M25) 2002 (M27) (M27) 2001 (M28) 2000 (M30) (M30) 1999 (M25) (M25) 1998 (A28) (A28) 1997 (My1) (My1) 1996 (A24) (A24) 1995 (M25) (M25) 1994 (M31) (M31) (M26) 1993 (M30) (M30) (M19) 1992 (M31) (M31) 1991 (A2) (A2) 1990 1989 1988 1987 1985 (A23) (A23) (M18)

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

PROVIDENCE RU leads, 27-16 2011 (A17) (A16) (A16) 2010 (A25) (A24) (A24) 2009 (M28) (M28) 2008 (A19) (A19) 2007 (A21) (A21) 2006 (M26) (M26) 2005 (A9) (A9) 2004 (M28) (M28) 2003 (A14) (A14) 2002 (A6) (A6) 2001 (A1) (A1) 2000 (A29)

RUTGERSSB

PC 14-11 RU 10-1 RU 8-1 RU 4-2 PC 6-1 RU 3-0 PC 11-3 PC 6-3 PC 6-3 PC 7-1 PC 4-1 PC 5-2 RU 5-1 PC 11-1 PC 6-0 PC 1-0 PC 10-0 PC 2-0 PC 3-0 RU 5-2 RU 3-0 RU 7-2 RU 10-4 PC 1-0(13) RU 5-1 (9)

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/// ALL-TIME SERIES /// (A29) 1999 (My1) (My1) 1998 (A19) (A19) 1996 (A21) (A21) 1995 1988 1986 1985 (A21) (A21) 1982 1981

RU 9-0 RU 10-2 RU 13-5 RU 10-0 RU 6-0 RU 4-1 RU 5-1 (8) PC 5-4 RU 6-1 RU 5-0 RU 1-0 RU 8-2 RU 6-0 RU 4-1 RU 3-0 RU 4-0 RU 4-0 RU 1-0

PURDUE Series tied, 1-1 2011 (M11) 2009 (M14)

PUR 6-5 RU 9-7

QUEENS RU leads, 1-0 1984

RU 11-0

QUINNIPIAC RU leads, 3-1 2009 (M8) (M7) 2007 (M18) (M17)

RU 6-2 QU 1-0 RU 7-3 RU 8-6 (8)

RADFORD RAD leads, 2-0 2008 (M20) (M14)

RAD 4-0 RAD 11-0

RHODE ISLAND RU leads, 31-14 1995 (A15) (A15) 1994 (My13) (A1) (A1) 1993 (A24) (A24) (M18) 1992 (My9) (A19) (A19) 1991 (A28) (A7) (A7) 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 (A20) (A20) 1984 1983 1982 1981

42

RU 3-0 URI 3-1 RU 7-3 URI 1-0 URI 3-0 RU 3-1 RU 11-2 RU 7-0 RU 6-1 RU 10-0 URI 7-6 RU 3-0 RU 4-0 RU 2-0 RU 5-1 RU 1-0 (8) RU 3-1 URI 5-1 RU 2-1 RU 1-0 RU 6-1 URI 2-1 URI 2-0 RU 2-0 RU 3-0 RU 4-3 URI 3-1 URI 2-0 RU 3-2 URI 2-0 RU 3-1 URI 4-3 RU 1-0 RU 3-2 RU 2-0 URI 1-0 RU 3-0 RU 8-0 RU 3-1 RU 5-0 URI 1-0

1980

RU 4-0 URI 2-0 RU 7-2 RU 2-1

RIDER RU leads, 32-14 2013 (M3) 2009 (A7) 2008 (A8) 2007 (A10) 2006 (A13) 2005 (A14) (A14) 2004 (A15) (A15) 2003 (A17) (A17) 2002 (A18) (A18) 2001 (A19) (A19) 2000 (A20) (A20) 1999 (A20) (A20) 1998 (A21) (A21) 1997 (A24) (A24) 1996 (A25) (A25) 1995 (A27) (A27) 1994 (A28) (A28) 1993 (A29) (A29) 1992 (A29) (A29) 1990 1989 1988 1986 1985 (M26) (M26) 1984

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

RU 11-3 RMU 6-4 RU 4-3 RU 2-0 RMU 5-0 RMU 13-1 RMU 4-2

SACRAMENTO STATE SSU leads, 1-0 2013 (M8)

SSU 4-1

ST. BONAVENTURE RU leads, 16-0 1995 (A1) (A1) 1994 (A9) (A9) 1993 (A18) (A18) 1992 (A4) (A4) 1991 (A13) (A13) 1990

RU 6-0 RU 9-0 RU 4-0 RU 8-0

ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.)

ROBERT MORRIS RMU leads, 4-3 2008 (F24) 1994 (M26) (M25) 1993 (A19) (A19) 1992 (M27) (M27)

1989 1988

RU 8-0 RU 7-2 RU 12-1 RU 17-1 RU 11-1 RU 11-1 RU 10-0 RU 11-0 RU 10-0 RU 4-0 RU 12-0 RU 19-0

RU leads, 4-0 2006 (My2) (My2) 2002 (A9) (A9)

RU 9-1 RU 11-4 RU 5-1 RU 1-0

ST. JOHN’S RU leads, 30-26-1 2013 (A28) (A27) (A27) 2012 (A29) (A28) (A28) 2010 (My2) (My1) (My1) 2009 (A4) (A4) 2008 (A26) (A26) 2007 (A14) (A14) 2006 (A9) (A9) 2005 (A16) (A16) 2004 (My2) (My2) 2003 (M29) (M29) 2002 (A20) (A20) 2001 (A21) (A21) 2000 (A1) (A1) 1999 (A24) (A24) 1998 (A2) (A2) 1997 (A3) (A3) 1996 (A6) (A6) 1995 (A6) (A6) 1993 (A8) (A8) 1992 (A9) (A9) 1991 (A9) (A9) 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 (A16) (A16)

STJ 5-1 RU 5-1 STJ 2-0 STJ 3-2 STJ 6-5 STJ 4-3 RU 8-2 STJ 4-3 RU 5-2 STJ 5-3 STJ 9-0 STJ 6-4(10) RU 5-0 RU 7-6 (9) RU 3-2 RU 7-3 STJ 5-1 STJ 9-3 STJ 9-0 STJ 5-3 RU 2-0(11) RU 2-0 STJ 7-1 RU 5-1 RU 3-0 RU 3-1 STJ 2-0 STJ 4-2 STJ 6-0 STJ 15-13 RU 13-9 STJ 5-1 RU 4-0 RU 11-0 STJ 3-2 RU 5-4 (8) RU 9-1 STJ 3-2 RU 9-5 RU 10-5 RU 3-2 RU 4-1 RU 9-1 STJ 3-2 STJ 6-3 STJ 1-0 STJ 4-0 RU 2-0 Tie 0-0 RU 9-3 RU 5-0 STJ 3-1 RU 1-0 RU 12-5 RU 1-0 RU 1-0 RU 3-2

ST. JOSEPH’S RU leads, 23-8 2008 (F24) 2003 (A23) (A23) 1996 (A23) (A23) 1995 (A8) (A8)

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RU 1-0 (8) RU 13-4 SJU 5-4 SJU 12-8 SJU 11-6 RU 2-1 RU 12-11 RU 12-6 RU 4-1

1994 (A18) (A18) 1993 (My15) (My14) (A3) (A3) 1992 (A11) (A11) 1991 (A20) (A20) 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 (M28) (M28)

RU 5-4 RU 1-0 RU 2-0 SJU 8-5 SJU 1-0 RU 5-1 RU 2-0 RU 5-1 SJU 3-2 RU 6-1 RU 7-0 RU 6-1 RU 9-1 RU 5-2 SJU 10-7 RU 2-1 RU 2-0 RU 6-1 SJU 4-2 RU 3-2 RU 5-0 RU 6-2

SAINT PETER’S RU leads, 8-1 2007 (M25) 2000 (A5) (A5) 1999 (A8) (A8) 1997 (A15) (A15) 1996 (A3) (A3)

RU 5-2 RU 5-0 RU 11-0 RU 2-1 RU 12-3 RU 18-8 SPC 4-3 RU 6-4 RU 6-2

ST. XAVIER SXU leads, 1-0 1998 (M19)

SXU 4-1

SALISBURY STATE RU leads, 1-0 1976

RU

2-1

SAMFORD RU leads, 1-0 1993 (M20)

RU 6-2

SETON HALL RU leads, 43-21 2012 (M28) (M28) 2011 (A10) (A9) (A9) 2009 (A26) (A26) 2008 (A27) (A27) 2007 (A18) (A18) 2006 (A18) (A18) 2005 (A17) (A17) 2004 (My1) (My1) 2003 (M31) (M31) 2002 (A21) (A21) 2001 (A22) (A22) 2000 (A2) (A2) 1999 (A25) (A25) 1998 (M24) (M23) (M23) 1997 (M24) (M24) (M23) (M23)

RU 11-5 RU 1-0 RU 4-1 RU 8-0 RU 10-5 SHU 3-2 RU 9-1 RU 1-0 RU 5-4 SHU 9-4 RU 5-0 SHU 3-1 SHU 3-2 SHU 11-3 SHU 7-4 RU 3-1 SHU 3-0 SHU 7-0 SHU 8-5 SHU 4-3 (9) SHU 3-1 SHU 5-1(11) SHU 8-0 RU 1-0 SHU 3-1 SHU 12-1 SHU 4-3 SHU 3-1 RU 16-6 RU 8-0 RU 5-4 RU 6-2 SHU 12-5 RU 10-7


/// ALL-TIME SERIES /// 1996 (A18) (A18) (A17) (A17) 1995 (A20) (A20) 1994 (A21) (A21) 1993 (A21) (A21) 1991 (A18) (A18) 1990 1989 1986 1985 (A4) 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 (A6)

SHU 4-3 RU 5-4 RU 19-0 RU 5-1 RU 7-2 RU 9-0 RU 7-1 RU 3-2 RU 11-3 RU 10-3 RU 13-2 RU 3-0 SHU 2-1 RU 9-0 RU 6-0 RU 7-0 RU 7-0 RU 5-3 RU 3-0 RU 11-4 RU 5-1 RU 7-0 RU 7-0 RU 4-0 RU 4-1 RU 13-0 RU 11-0 RU 7-3 SHU 8-7 RU 28-0

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE SIUE leads, 1-0 2009 (F21)

SIUE 8-0

SOUTH CAROLINA SC leads, 4-2 1994 (My1) (A30) 1987 1984 1977

SC 8-2 SC 12-4 SC 12-1 SC 7-1 RU 13-6 RU 8-3

SOUTH FLORIDA USF leads, 16-3 2013 (M24) (M23) (M23) 2012 (M25) (M24) (M24) 2009 (M18) (M18) 2008 (A5) (A5) 2007 (M30) (M30) 2006 (My7) (My7) 2005 (M10) 2001 (M18) (M15) 1988 1986

USF 4-3 RU 3-2 USF 11-3 USF 1-0 USF 9-0 USF 11-0 USF 6-5 USF 7-3 USF 5-2 USF 9-1 USF 4-3 USF 8-4 USF 2-1 RU 2-1 USF 4-0 RU 6-2 USF 2-1 USF 5-3 USF 2-0

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SIU leads, 6-0 2002 (F22) 1999 (M20) 1993 (M20) 1992 (M21) (M18) (M18)

SIU 6-4 SIU 5-1 SIU 9-1 SIU 2-0 SIU 6-0 SIU 2-1

SW MISSOURI STATE (Now Missouri State) SWMS leads, 3-2 1999 (M18) 1989 1988 1987

RU 4-1 (8) SWMS 6-0 RU 3-1 SWMS 6-0

1985 (M23)

SWMS 5-0

SPRINGFIELD RU leads, 2-0 1981

RU 5-3 RU 5-1

STETSON RU leads, 5-2 1996 (M10) 1995 (M18) (M18) 1987 1986 1985 (M23)

RU 9-1 RU 6-5 RU 11-2 SU 5-2 SU 4-1 RU 12-1 RU 3-0

STONY BROOK RU leads, 7-5 2013 (A17) (A17) 2012 (A17) (A17) 2011 (A19) 2010 (M24) (M24) 2009 (A1) (A1) 2008 (A3) (A3) 2006 (M18)

RU 7-1 SBU 3-1 RU 6-1 RU 4-0 SBU 7-6 RU 3-0 SBU 2-0 RU 11-3 RU 10-6 RU 2-1 SBU 10-5 SBU 9-4

SUNY- OSWEGO RU leads, 1-0 1977

RU

26-2

SYRACUSE SU leads 22-5-1 2013 (A24) (A24) 2012 (A22) (A21) (A21) 2011 (M27) (M26) (M26) 2009 (My3) (My3) 2008 (M29) (M29) 2007 (A28) (A27) 2006 (A2) (A2) 2005 (A24) (A24) 2004 (A24) (A24) 2003 (My3) (My3) 2002 (A29) (A29) 2001 (A29) (A29) 2000 (A16) (A16)

SU 6-0 SU 11-3 SU 1-0 SU 5-3 RU 3-1 SU 10-2 SU 5-2 SU 23-0 RU 4-2 SU 3-2 SU 7-2 SU 7-2 RU 5-2 SU 5-2 SU 5-1 SU 8-0 SU 14-1 SU 12-4 RU 4-0 SU 7-1 SU 7-1 SU 6-3 SU 8-1 SU 6-0 SU 4-0 SU 1-0 (9) Tie 3-3 RU 8-3

TEMPLE RU leads, 41-29 2005 (M12) 2004 (M6) 1999 (A28) (A28) 1998 (A22) (A22) 1997 (A9) (A9) 1995 (A9) (A9) 1994 (A19) (A19) (M25)

TU 9-1 TU 7-2 RU 7-3 RU 6-1 TU 3-1 RU 5-1 TU 8-4 RU 8-6 TU 2-1 RU 10-7 RU 7-1 TU 5-3 TU 2-1 (9)

1993 (My15) (A6) (A6) (A4) (A4) 1992 (My10) (A26) (A26) (A7) (A7) 1991 (My11) (My1) (My1) (M26) (M26) 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 (A25) (A25) 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1977 1976

RU 11-5 RU 6-0 TU 2-0 TU 5-1 RU 8-3 RU 4-2 RU 4-0 RU 10-0 TU 1-0 RU 4-3 RU 1-0 RU 2-1 TU 3-1 RU 9-0 RU 3-0 TU 5-1 RU 5-2 RU 3-2 TU 1-0 TU 6-0 TU 3-2 TU 4-0 TU 6-2 TU 1-0 TU 1-0 RU 2-1 RU 2-0 TU 4-3 TU 4-3 RU 4-0 TU 4-0 TU 2-1 RU 2-1 RU 1-0 RU 5-3 TU 5-4 RU 5-4 RU 1-0 TU 9-2 TU 2-0 TU 6-0 RU 9-2 RU 7-6 RU 5-2 RU 5-0 RU 2-1 TU 1-0 RU 10-0 RU 1-0 RU 1-0 RU 2-0 RU 3-1 RU 1-0 RU 3-0 RU 4-2 RU 9-4 TU 13-1

TENNESSEE STATE RU leads, 1-0 2008 (M1)

@RUSOFTBALL

UTSA 11-1 UTSA 10-1 UTSA 10-0

TEXAS SOUTHERN RU leads, 2-0 2011 (F26) (F25)

RU 9-1 RU 12-7

TEXAS STATE TXST leads, 2-1 2012 (F19) 2012 (F17) 2010 (F19)

RU 2-1 TXST 11-6 TXST 6-1

TEXAS-ARLINGTON UTA leads, 1-0 1989

UTA 3-0

TOLEDO UT leads, 4-0 2005 (M20) (M18) 1986 1985 (M22)

UT 13-2 UT 18-3 UT 3-0 UT 5-0

TOWSON RU leads, 4-2 2006 (F24) 2004 (M19) 1997 (A6) (A6) 1996 (M23) (M23)

TU 6-1 RU 1-0 RU 10-1 RU 10-2 TU 9-8 RU 9-7 (8)

TRENTON STATE (Now TCNJ) RU leads, 6-1 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 (A2)

RU 5-1 RU 4-3 RU 5-0 RU 12-4 RU 4-3 RU 8-7 TSC 6-0

TROY 0-1 Troy leads, 1-0 2008 (F23)

Troy 13-4

TULSA

UCLA

TEXAS A&M TAMU leads, 7-0 2009 (M15) 2007 (M16) (F17) (F16) 1997 (M15) (M13) 1994 (My16)

UTSA leads, 3-0 2013 (F16) 2007 (F17) (F16)

TTU 5-1

UTC 11-4 RU 7-0 UTC 6-5 (8) UTC 12-1 RU 2-1 (9)

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TU leads, 2-0 2012 (F12) 2003 (M16)

TENN.-CHATTANOOGA UTC leads, 3-2 2011 (M18) 2010 (M6) (F26) 2005 (M10) 2000 (M18)

RU leads, 1-0 1997 (M15)

RU 9-1

TENNESSEE TECH TTU leads, 1-0 2005 (M11)

TEXAS LUTHERAN

TU 12-1 TU 3-2

UCLA leads, 3-0 2008 (M8) UCLA 9-0 2003 (M23) UCLA 8-0 (M21) UCLA 8-1

UC RIVERSIDE UCR leads, 1-0 2011 (F19)

UCR 6-5

UPSALA TAMU 9-4 TAMU 1-0 (8) TAMU 7-4 TAMU 9-1 TAMU 7-2 TAMU 2-1 TAMU 6-2

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U.S INTERNATIONAL 0-2 (does not count in overall record) 1990 US 2-1 (9) US 1-0(10)

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1998 (A26) (A24) U of U U of U

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WAGNER WC leads, 2-0 2005 (M26) (M26)

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WC 12-4 WC 8-3

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WEST CHESTER VILLANOVA VU leads, 22-21 2013 (A10) (A10) 2012 (A15) (A14) (A14) 2011 (A27) (A27) 2009 (M25) (M25) 2008 (A29) (A29) 2007 (A7) (A7) 2006 (A15) (A15) 2005 (My1) (My1) (M13) 2004 (A10) (A10) 2003 (A19) (A19) 2002 (M30) (M30) 2001 (A14) (A14) 2000 (A24) (A24) 1999 (A1) (A1) 1998 (A9) (A8) 1997 (M27) (M27) (M26) (M26) 1996 (A28) (A28) (A27) (A27) 1995 (M30) (M30) 1978

VU 3-0 RU 8-2 RU 9-1 VU 7-3 RU 4-3 VU 2-1 RU 4-2 RU 5-4 (9) RU 8-2 VU 11-4 RU 6-1 RU 8-2 RU 8-5 RU 4-3 RU 9-1 VU 8-3 VU 7-2 VU 2-1 RU 1-0 VU 9-2 VU 6-5 RU 2-0 VU 2-1 (8) VU 2-0 VU 2-1 (8) VU 2-0 RU 2-1 VU 5-1 RU 7-5 VU 3-2 VU 4-3 VU 2-0 VU 5-4 RU 4-3 RU 10-2 VU 6-5 VU 10-1 RU 2-0 VU 4-1 VU 7-1 RU 18-0 RU 2-0 RU 15-1

VIRGINIA RU leads, 7-6 2008 (M22) 2005 (M19) 2004 (M21) (M19) 2003 (M18) (M18) 2000 (M26) 1999 (M28) 1994 (My1) (A30) 1992 (M20) 1984

RU 15-14 UVA 12-3 UVA 7-4 RU 4-0 RU 6-1 UVA 5-2 RU 5-4 RU 6-5 UVA 8-0 UVA 8-0 RU 3-1 RU 6-0 UVA 2-1

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VT 9-0 VT 9-1 VT 8-0 RU 10-7 VT 5-4 RU 5-1 VT 3-1 RU 3-1 VT 1-0

RU 9-0 RU 6-1 RU 6-0 RU 2-1 RU 7-0 RU 2-1 RU 3-0 RU 16-0 RU 11-3 RU 12-0 WCU 1-0 WCU 27-0

WEST VIRGINIA RU leads, 2-0 1981

RU 3-2 RU 5-4

WESTERN CAROLINA WCU leads, 1-0 2006 (M4)

WCU 11-3

WESTERN ILLINOIS WIU leads, 2-1 1986 1985 (M20) 1979

RU 5-2 WIU 4-1 WIU 3-2

WESTERN MICHIGAN RU leads, 1-0 2010 (M7)

RU 5-3

WICHITA STATE WSU leads, 1-0 2010 (M15)

WSU 6-3

WILLIAM PATTERSON RU leads, 6-1 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 (A18)

RU 4-0 RU 9-7 RU 7-4 RU 6-1 RU 5-3 RU 16-5 WPU 14-6

WINTHROP RU leads, 2-1 2008 (F23) 2003 (M14) (M8)

WU 4-1 RU 4-1 RU 3-1

WISCONSIN RU leads, 2-1 2010 (M13) (M12) 2003 (F22)

RU 8-5 WIS 6-2 RU 5-1

WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY Series tied, 1-1 2012 (M9) 1998 (M15)

VIRGINIA TECH VT leads, 7-4 2008 (M7) 2004 (A2) (A2) 2003 (A27) (A27) 2002 (A13) (A13) 2001 (A7) (A7)

RU leads, 10-2 1984 1983 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

RU 4-3 UWGB 4-3

WRIGHT STATE WSU leads, 1-0 2010 (F28)

WSU 9-8

YOUNGSTOWN STATE RU leads, 2-1 2004 (M20)

YSU 5-3 (8)

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/// SECTION 6: RUTGERS UNIVERSITY ///


ROBERT L. BARCHI is the 20th president of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Since beginning his tenure on September 1, 2012, President Barchi has been overseeing preparations for integrating into Rutgers most units of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, as outlined in the recently adopted New Jersey Medical and Health Sciences Education Restructuring Act.  He has begun work on a university strategic plan (the first in more than 15 years) and was part of a statewide coalition of university, business, and labor leaders urging voter support of a $750 million bond act for higher education construction, which was approved by a wide margin in November. President Barchi announced on November 20, 2012 that all intercollegiate athletic teams on Rutgers’ New Brunswick campus will join the Big Ten Conference at a date to be determined.

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/// PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY /// DR. ROBERT L. BARCHI PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY founded the Department of Neuroscience at Penn and served as its first chair; he also served as chair of the Department of Neurology. He was named the Fairhill Professor in 2002, a position that he still holds in emeritus status.

From 2004 to 2012, Dr. Barchi served as president of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, nationally regarded as a top university dedicated to health sciences education and research. Prior to Jefferson, he was provost and chief academic officer of the University of Pennsylvania, an Ivy League institution founded in 1740. There, he had responsibility for Penn’s 12 schools, all academic programs, athletics, students, and faculty. Dr. Barchi was born in Philadelphia but spent his formative years not far from Rutgers in Westfield, N.J. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Georgetown University, and Ph.D. and M.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. He completed specialty training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and holds board certification in neurology. Throughout his career, Dr. Barchi has been active as a teacher and as an NIH-funded researcher in the fields of neuroscience and neurology, and he has published extensively in his field. He was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences in recognition of his pioneering research on the structure and function of voltage-gated ion channels in nerve and muscle, and on the role these critical molecules can play in human disease. He was also elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the Association of American Physicians and named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Neurological Association, and the American Academy of Neurology. In 1972, Dr. Barchi began his academic career as a faculty member at Penn. Within a decade, he rose to become the David Mahoney Professor of Neurological Sciences. Between 1983 and 1996, he served as director of the Mahoney Institute of Neurological Sciences—an interdisciplinary, universitywide entity that he expanded to become the focus for Penn’s growth in neuroscience, encompassing the intellectual activities of more than 120 faculty members. Dr. Barchi

The University of Pennsylvania named Dr. Barchi as its provost and chief academic officer in 1999, and he served in this capacity until 2004. As provost, Dr. Barchi had responsibility for the university’s 12 schools and their academic programs and budgets and Penn’s intercollegiate athletics program, as well as for Penn’s students and faculty. During his tenure, he worked with president Judith Rodin to reassert the primacy of the academic mission in the direction of the university. He recruited new leadership to nine of the 12 schools at Penn and established a number of universitywide interdisciplinary educational and research institutes. He also led the university through a comprehensive strategic planning process. As president of Thomas Jefferson University, Dr. Barchi oversaw a period of tremendous growth. The university established three new schools—including the Jefferson School of Pharmacy, which graduated its first class in May 2012, and the Jefferson School of Population Health, the only school in the nation to offer a master’s degree in chronic care management. Overall student enrollment increased by 51 percent and annual degrees awarded rose by 54 percent. Dr. Barchi also expanded the reach of the campus, inaugurating the Partnership in Healthcare Education, an academic affiliation with the University of Delaware that offers dual-degree programs between the two institutions. Other accomplishments at Jefferson include successful implementation of an ambitious strategic plan that integrated the university’s clinical, education, and research missions; a comprehensive facilities master plan that supports those missions; and a major fundraising campaign that provides the resources necessary for success. During Dr. Barchi’s tenure, Jefferson established 22 new endowed professorships and 50 endowed scholarships, helping to ensure a healthy and diverse community of faculty and students. The university surpassed $300 million in fundraising under his leadership, twice the amount raised during the preceding eight-year period.

coupled with improved landscape design and signage, helped provide visitors and the Jefferson community a sense of place and connectedness to the compact urban campus in the heart of the city’s historic district. Dr. Barchi is married to Francis Harper Barchi, a tenure-track faculty member of the Rutgers School of Social Work. Before coming to Rutgers, she was a senior fellow in the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania, where she was engaged in education and research activities relating to international research ethics. Francis Barchi holds a Ph.D. in social welfare, a master’s in bioethics, and a master’s in nonprofit leadership from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as a bachelor’s degree from Smith College. She is the former executive vice president of the Dana Foundation in New York, a post she assumed following a 20-year span as president of her own company, which provided protocol and strategic communication services for international clients. Francis Barchi’s research focuses on the social and behavioral factors that influence women’s health in southern Africa. In 2009, she completed the first major quantitative study on women’s autonomy and gender-based violence in Botswana, and she is the principal investigator on a study in that country examining the extent to which women’s understanding of HPV and cervical cancer influences their decision-making about prevention and treatment. She is currently part of a team responsible for ethics training of health professionals in Botswana, Tanzania, and Guatemala. As an avocation, President Barchi is an expert in the history and mechanical development of clocks and watches. In addition to collecting and conserving examples of these timepieces from the 17th and 18th centuries, he designs and constructs his own precision clocks in his basement machine shop. The Barchis, who have four adult children and one young dog, spend their leisure time at their home in coastal Maine where they are avid boaters and hikers.

During his presidency, Dr. Barchi also oversaw the transformation of Jefferson’s urban environment into a vibrant university campus. A coordinated construction program, 

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leads Rutgers Athletics transition in 2014 to the nation’s premier academic and athletic conference, the Big Ten. Hermann came to Rutgers after serving previously as the executive senior associate director of athletics for the University of Louisville.

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/// ATHLETIC DIRECTOR /// JULIE HERMANN DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

Hermann spent 15 years at Louisville as the Cardinals built one of the nation’s most competitive athletic programs across the board.

athletic and academic pursuits Tournament for the first time in after building one of the nation’s a decade. premier systems for studentathletes at Louisville (L-Care). Hermann is immediate past president of the National AssoHermann served in a supervisory ciation of Collegiate Women Athcapacity of U of L athletics as letics Administrators. She is the the university garnered the 2013 former chair of the NCAA Division NCAA men’s basketball national I Women’s Volleyball Committee. championship; two BCS Bowl wins; two NCAA women’s basket- Hermann has served on numerball national championship ap- ous boards, including the Frazier pearances (2013 and 2009) and Rehab Institute, the Louisville one NCAA men’s soccer College Sports Commission and the KenCup national championship ap- tucky Sports Commission. pearance (2010). Since joining the BIG EAST in 2005, the Car- Hermann and her partner Dr. Lesdinals claimed 64 conference lie Danehy are the proud parents titles. of a seven year-old son, Aidan.

Following a national search, Hermann was selected from a pool of 63 candidates. She is the first woman to serve in this capacity at Rutgers and will become the Hermann oversaw 20 sports at second female athletic director Louisville, marketing, academin Big Ten history. ics, sports performance, sports medicine, student development “It’s a pleasure to welcome Julie and athletic development. She Hermann to the Rutgers comworked to cultivate support for munity,” said President Robert L. many of the U of L athletic venBarchi. “She is one of the most ues that allowed the Cardinals respected athletics administrato enjoy one of the nation’s bigtors in the country and she was gest and best building booms in deeply involved in moving Louiscollege sports. ville from Conference USA to the BIG EAST and from the BIG EAST Before joining U of L, Hermann to the Atlantic Coast Conferserved as an assistant coach ence. Her 15 years of leadership for USA Volleyball, helping the experience will be an invaluable national team to a silver medal asset to the university as we finish at the World University prepare to enter the Big Ten.” Games in 1997.

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/// ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION ///

JASON BAUM

SARAH BAUMGARTNER

GEOFF BROWN

Senior Associate Athletic Director Communications

Senior Associate Athletic Director Development

Senior Associate Athletic Director Chief Marketing Officer

KATHLEEN HICKEY

DOUGLAS KOKOSKIE

Senior Associate Athletic Director Olympic Sports

Senior Associate Athletic Director Facilities, Operations & Events

DR. ROBERT MONACO

NICK OJEA

JANINE PURCARO

Associate Athletic Director Sports Medicine

Associate Athletic Director Compliance

Chief Financial Officer

JOHN TERNYILA

SHAWN TUCKER

SCOTT WALKER

Senior Associate Athletic Director Finance

Assistant Athletic Director Student -Athlete Development

Executive Director of Academic Support Services

BRIAN COLVIN Associate Director of Athletics Finance & Administration

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