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2014 Softball Media Guide

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Table of Contents Media Guide Credits 2 Quick Facts 3 2014 Softball Schedule 4 2014 Softball Roster 5 Panther Sophomores 5 Head Coach: Tim Kiernan Profile 6 Team Manager: Jynessa Ybarra 6 Team Manager: Lynael Yepes-Baluyot 6 Asst. Coach: Norm Sherman Profile 7 Asst. Coach: Julie Pederson Profile 7 Asst. Coach: Rich Moore Profile 8 Asst. Coach: Paul Martinez Profile 8 Panther Team Finishes 9 Sac City State Championship Gallery 12 State Championship History 11 2014 Panther Profiles 16 2014 Softball Brick Garden Honorees 31 Single Season Records 32 Panther Transfers 33 D-1 All Americans 34 Softball Awards 35 Sac City Championship History Back Inside Cover 2014 Team Photo Back Cover

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Credits The 2014 Sacramento City College Softball Media Guide is a publication of the SCC Sports Information Office EDITOR—Steve Gill WRITER—Steve Gill *Except where noted. DESIGN—SCC Graphic Impressions (Quinn Nakano) LAYOUT—Steve Gill PHOTOGRAPHY—Michael Rogers, SCC Softball Archives, SCC Sports Information Office, Steve Gill

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Quick Facts Mailing Address ...........................................................3835 Freeport Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95822 Athletic Department Phone ..........................................(916) 558-2425 Founded/Enrollment ....................................................1916 / 23,680 Nickname/Colors .........................................................Panthers / Cardinal & Gold League Affiliation ........................................................ Big 8 Conference Conference Opponents ................................................. American River College, Cosumnes River College, Diablo Valley College , Modesto Junior College, San Joaquin Delta College, Santa Rosa Junior College, Sierra College Web Address ................................................................http://sccpanthers.losrios.edu President.......................................................................Kathryn Jeffery Ph.D. Dean of Kinesiology, Health & Athletics .................... Mitch Campbell Athletic Coordinator..................................................... Paul Carmazzi Division Secretary........................................................ Maggie McLaughlin-Jordan Academic Advisor........................................................ Victoria Cornelius Equipment Managers ...................................................David Whittington / David Jackson Sports Information Director .........................................Steve Gill Sports Information Office ............................................ (916) 558-2489 - phone / (916) 558-2427 - fax P.A. Announcer ............................................................Joe Pacheco Head Coach ..................................................................Tim Kiernan Assistant Coaches ........................................................Norm Sherman, Julie Pederson, Rich Moore, Paul Martinez Athletic Trainers........................................................... Jude Temple / Mary Lund Softball Office Phones .................................................(916) 558-2494 / (916) 558-2161 - team room 2013 Overall Record .................................................... 27 wins - 5 losses 2013 Conference Record..............................................18 wins - 3 losses (Big 8 Conference Champions) California State Championships ..................................1988 / 1992 / 1996 / 2004

Los Rios Community College District Non-Discrimination Policy It is the policy of the Los Rios Community College District to take action to guarantee that no qualified student or prospective student or any person in his/her educational relationship with the District shall be discriminated against or excluded from any benefits, activities, or programs on the grounds of ethnic group identification, religion, sex, age, color, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability, nor shall any students be discriminated against for conversing in a language other than English. However, students shall be required to speak English when an instructional setting necessitates the use of English for educational or communication purposes.

Sacramento City College Our Core Values • Working Together • • Pursuing Excellence • • Inspiring Achievement •

Foundation & Organization Founded in 1916 as a Department of Sacramento High School, Sacramento City College is the seventh oldest public community college in California and the oldest institution of higher learning in Sacramento. In 1922, the citizens of Sacramento organized a junior college district by severing the connections between the college and Sacramento High School. This plan of organization remained in force until 1936 when the college became a part of the Sacramento City Unified School District. Twenty-eight years later, as a result of a March 17, 1964 election, Sacramento City College separated from the Sacramento City Unified School District to join the newly organized Los Rios Junior College District which assumed the operation of American River College and Sacramento City College. In 1970 the newly renamed Los Rios Community College District opened a third campus, Cosumnes River College. Folsom Lake College became the fourth fully accredited college in the District in 2003.

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2014 PANTHER SOFTBALL SCHEDULE DATE January 31 31 February 1 1 7 15 15 18 18 22 22 March 1 2 6 9 11 15 18 22 25 April 3 4 5 8 10 12 15 19 22 May 1-2 8-10 17-19

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OPPONENT # Allan Hancock College # Saddleback College # Grossmont College # College of the Desert Cuesta College (DH) Feather River College Cabrillo College Monterey Peninsula College Reedley College West Valley College Shasta College Bash at Buchanan Bash at Buchanan Solano College * Modesto Junior College (DH) * American River College * Santa Rosa Junior College (DH) * Cosumnes River College * San Joaquin Delta College (DH) * Diablo Valley College * Sierra College (DH) * Modesto Junior College * American River College (DH) * Santa Rosa Junior College College of San Mateo * Cosumnes River College (DH) * San Joaquin Delta College * Diablo Valley College (DH) * Sierra College Nor-Cal Regional I Nor-Cal Super Regional California State Championships * Big 8 Conference Game

LOCATION Palm Desert Palm Desert Palm Desert Palm Desert Cuesta SCC SCC Reedley Reedley SCC SCC Clovis North H.S. Clovis North H.S. SCC Modesto SCC Santa Rosa Cosumnes River SCC Diablo Valley SCC SCC American River SCC SCC SCC San Joaquin Delta SCC Sierra TBA TBA BakersďŹ eld

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NAME Kristina Morris Aaliyah Oliver Megan Winton Allie Cheetham Mickey Loveridge Stephanie Bagwell Jackie Cordy Riley Ammaturo Jordan Petersen Erikka Burke Nicole Miller Meghan Wantz Taylor Martinez Courtney Davis Noelani Kakalia Ashten Welch Adrianna Ross Morgan Green Lucia Lopez-Ramirez

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2014 PANTHER COACHING STAFF Tim Kiernan - Head Coach Coach Kiernan enters his 32nd year at Sacramento City College. Coach Kiernan has coached several sports including softball for 19 years. Coach Kiernan also has coached A.S.A. travel teams along with 6 years coaching in the W.P.S.L. and the N.P.F. Women’s Professional Teams. He has helped over 250 Student Athletes receive four year college scholarships. Including schools like; UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Oklahoma, Tennessee, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, San Diego St., Northridge and Fullerton. Coach Kiernan has won 19 Conference Championships as a head coach at Sacramento City College. Coach Kiernan’s teams have appeared in 21 State Championships, winning four and having six runner-ups. Coach Kiernan has an overall coaching record of 830 wins and 143 losses at Sacramento City College. This includes three State Championships and one National Championship. He has coached seven Community College All-Americans. He has coached 10 Division I, 12 Division II All-Americans and has had seven former Panthers play in the College World Series. His teams have been recognized 8-times overall, as the N.F.C.A. Top Ten National Academic Team. While at Sacramento City College, the softball team has won fifty-four Community College Tournaments. Coach Kiernan’s teams pride themselves on good pitching and defense. Coach Kiernan has 18 A.S.A. National Championship appearances with a Championship in 1994. He has a 2962 and 340 record as an A.S.A. coach. He has spoken at Softball Clinics throughout the country. Coach Kiernan has an A.A. Degree from American River College, a B.S. and M.A. Degree from Central Michigan University and is a fourth generation native of Sacramento.

Team Managers: Jynessa Ybarra & Lynael Yepes-Baluyot

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2014 PANTHER COACHING STAFF Norm Sherman - Assistant Coach

Coach Norman Sherman is entering his 21st year of coaching and brings a wealth of experience, enthusiasm, and success to the Panther softball program. His coaching experience includes six years as the first assistant coach at Del Oro High School in Loomis, California, where he helped lead the Lady Eagles to 6 straight Sierra Foothill Conference Championships, including 68 straight conference victories, and 3 CIF Section Championships. As a former standout head coach with the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) California Breeze, he lead his team to the 18U ASA National Championship, 2 ASA National Championship runner-up titles and 7 other top 10 finishes at the national tournament. His lifetime ASA coaching record of 867 – 88 speaks highly to his commitment, expertise and discipline. Most recently, Coach Sherman was the head assistant coach at William Jessup University in Rocklin, where in their inaugural NAIA season, the Warriors finished third in the California Pacific Conference. Coach Sherman received his B.S. in Biology from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, and is a native of Sacramento. He retired after 30 years with the United States Courts and resides in Rocklin. His daughter Andrea received a softball scholarship and graduated from the University of Tennessee.

Julie Pederson - Assistant Coach Julie Pederson joined the Sacramento City College coaching staff in 2013. She is a 1991 graduate of Cordova High School where she was a four- year varsity player. During high school she played for the Blue Darters travel softball program. Coach Pederson played for Sacramento City College in 1992 and 1993 where she played catcher and first base. While both of these teams were conference champions and participated in the state tournament, the 1992 team won the State Championship and was considered the National Champions. In 1994, she earned an athletic scholarship to Florida Southern College, in Lakeland FL, where she played for NFCA Hall of Fame Coach Chris Bellotto. During the two seasons she played for the Lady Moccasins, both teams participated in post season play. In 1995, she was a second team Sunshine State Conference selection as a catcher. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology in 1995. In 2009, she began her coaching career as an assistant coach for the Junior Varsity softball team at St. Francis High School in Sacramento. Following that season, she moved to the Varsity level, where she has coached for the past three years. Since 2009, Coach Pederson has also been an assistant coach for the California Rapids travel softball team where she coached at the 16U and 18U level. Coach Pederson and her husband, Michael Rogers, reside in the Sacramento area.

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2014 PANTHER COACHING STAFF Rich Moore - Assistant Coach This is Coach Moore’s 2nd year with the Panthers. He brings extensive experience that go along with 25 years of coaching. He has coached 15 years of high school softball at both Del Oro and Ponderosa High Schools. He has compiled many conference and section championships and had several other teams that appeared in the section playoffs. Coach Moore has been involved in ASA softball for over 20 years and has participated in many National Championships. His best finish was a National Championship Runner-Up with his 18 and under team. Coach Moore has helped over ninety student-athletes advance to the next level and continue their softball playing careers (and education) at the collegiate level.

Paul Martinez - Assistant Coach Coach Martinez enters his 25th year of coaching. His coaching experience includes 22 years as a High School Baseball Coach, 2 years at Div. 1 level Sacramento State (2002 and 2003 ) and 1 year as the Asst. Head Coach at Cosumnes River College (1998). Coach Martinez has lead 3 teams to the Sac – Joaquin Section Championship, San Juan HS in 1995 and 1997 and Del Campo HS in 2013. In 1997 Coach Martinez was chosen as the Diamond Baseball National High School Coach of the year. During his time as a High School Coach, he has been chosen as Conference Coach of the year 7 times and has taken his teams to the Sac Joaquin Section Playoffs 16 times. He has amassed over 500 wins as a High School Coach. During his time at Sac State coaching, 6 of his Hornet outfielders were taken in the Major League Baseball Draft during his 2 years there. The past 6 years (2007 – 2013) Coach Martinez has been a Head Softball Coach in the California Breeze Organization. During that time his teams amassed over 300 wins and earned 3 trips to the ASA National Championships. Coach Martinez sent 14 players on to Division I or II scholarships during his last 2 years with the Breeze as the 18 Gold Coach. Coach Martinez has an A.A degree from American River College, a B.S. from Sacramento State University, and a Graduate Degree (Education) National University.

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

Conference 3rd Place (Bay Valley) Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions 2nd Place (Camino Norte) Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Camino Norte Champions Bay Valley (Silver) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Silver) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions 2nd Place (Bay Valley - Gold) Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Bay Valley (Gold) Champions Big 7 Champions Big 7 Champions Big 8 Champions Big 8 Champions Big 8 Co-Champions 2nd Place (Big 8) 5th Place (Big 8) Big 8 Champions

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

N/A State Runner-Up State Runner-Up State Runner-Up N/A State Runner-Up California State Champions N/A 3rd Place 3rd Place California State Champions 6th Place 3rd Place 5th Place California State Champions State Runner-Up 3rd Place N/A 5th Place 3rd Place N/A N/A California State Champions 5th Place 4th Place 4th Place 3rd Place 5th Place N/A N/A N/A N/A 9

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SAC CITY STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS The Panthers have raised the state championship banner in 1988, 1992, 1996 and 2004, making it the most successful softball program in Northern California. Here’s a look at the championship teams! 1988 This title cost Coach Tim Kiernan the mustache. He was true to his word that if the Panthers won their first title, he would shave off the stuff above his lip, and hours after the final out, Kiernan was sheared. Charlene Manley pitched her fourth consecutive shutout and the Panthers pushed across a run in the fifth inning to beat Palomar 1-0 in Hayward to cap a 44-6 season. Manley allowed only 10 hits in the tournament sweep and was named Most Valuable Player. Manley allowed only two first-inning hits in the finals. She was one of seven returning starters who returned for another shot after SCC had finished second in 1987. The defense, anchored by Shannon Padovan and Shelly Suwa, was superb. Catcher Melinda Garcia and first baseman Dawnielle King were selected to the all-state team and Margie McCune drove in the only run in the state final game. Manly won 34 games that season, tied for the best single-season total in SCC history and she had a 0.08 earned run average. Nicki Dennis led the team with 10 homers, 16 doubles and 56 RBI’s. Padovan had 18 sacrifices. The All-Americans that season included Dennis, Manley, and Padovan.

1992 No team in state history ever boasted of such dominating pitching...and not with just one hurler. SCC had the ideal 1-2 punch to punch out the competition with Amy Windmiller and Kim Gonzalez. Windmiller went 27-1 and Gonzo was 26-2 as SCC rolled to a school record 54 wins and 3 losses, including four games at Sacramento Softball Complex to take its second title. Fittingly, Windmiller set the SCC record with a numbing 365 strikeouts. Gonzalez is second all time with 187. Windmiller had a 0.07 ERA that spring, tops all time at SCC, and Gonzalez is tied for second at 0.08. Windmiller allowed only four earned runs all season and beat Palomar 4-1. She struck out 10 and went 3-0 in the tourney with Gonzalez winning the other game. Windmiller tossed a no-hitter against Palomar for a 3-0 win earlier in that tournament. All told, Windmiller had 10 no-hitters and five perfect games. And when she took the day off, Gonzo took over and blew away the competition. The defense was anchored by shortstop Vicky Rios, who had 64 hits and scored 50 runs. Becky Burroughs set an SCC record with 10 triples. First baseman Stephanie Acton and catcher Beth Gerkin also had superb seasons.

1996 More pitching, more hitting and more defense equal another state title for the Panthers. SCC again featured a powerful 1-2 pitching combo with Cheri Shinn and Sarah Ayres, and the Panthers fielded perhaps their most deadly lineup as three players drove in 47 or more runs. The Panthers set a school record for wins and finished with one of the best marks in state history at 59-4. Two losses to Solano in the regular season served as the wakeup call SCC needed and the Panthers roared through the playoffs, winning all 8 games and the state championship against Fullerton at Ohlone College. Shinn went 29-2 with a 0.59 ERA. Ayres was 13-0 with a 0.08 ERA, which tied for second best on the all time SCC list. Shinn was one of five All-Americans. In addition to her mound dominance, she had a .369 average, drove in 49 runs and clubbed four homers. All-American infielder Laura Redding hit .402 with 54 RBI’s, tied for fourth best on the all-time SCC list. AllAmerican third baseman Kim Martinez hit .367 with 30 RBI’s after leading the state in scoring in basketball, where she was also an All-American. All American Londyn Ray batted .360 with 47 RBI’s and tied the SCC single-season record with 10 homers. Denise Jackson, an All-American in volleyball and softball, hit .333 with 31 RBI’s and four homers. Each of the All-Americans earned scholarships.

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SAC CITY STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2004 They’ve done it again! After missing the state championship by one game in the 2003 season, SCC had its redemption. The Panthers went on two winning streaks, 17-0 and 27-0, to finish out their 2004 season 44-2 as Bay Valley Conference and California State Champions. All-American Nikki Cinque led the Panthers pitching staff with a 25-1 record and 0.32 ERA. She was honored as Most Valuable Player for the BVC, State Pitcher of the Year and Most Valuable Player of the State Championships. No. 2 pitcher Krystina Gomez went 15-1 for the season with a 0.63 ERA. Gomez, who threw the final pitch for the Panthers in their 3-1 championship win over Cypress College, was honored as Most Valuable Pitcher for the State Championships. Eight individuals batted over .400 for the season, including Wendi Salgo (.495), Mandi Salcido (.464), Gomez (.455), Cinque (.443), Tony Rodriguez (.443), Elisha Reed (.429), Iris Mendoza (.417) and Traci Bender (.408). The defense was locked down by All-American infielders Salgo and Bender, who had a combined total of 60 RBI’s and 80 hits. Salcido also had a stellar season with 24 RBI’s and 52 hits. In league play SCC earned 305 runs and allowed only 37. In guiding the team to the state championship, head coach Robert Maglione was honored as the recipient of the 2004 California Community College Coach of the Year award. No team from Northern California has won a State Championship since the Panthers did this season.

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Cerritos College Golden West College Fullerton College Golden West College Santa Rosa Junior College Golden West College Golden West College Santa Ana College Rancho Santiago College Saddleback College Sacramento City College Palomar College West Valley College Cypress College Sacramento City College Palomar College College of the Sequoias Long Beach City College

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Sacramento City College Cypress College Cypress College Cypress College Palomar College Long Beach City College West Valley College Mt. San Antonio College Sacramento City College Mt. San Antonio College Cypress College Mt. San Antonio College Cerritos College Mt. San Antonio College Cypress College Cypress College Cypress College Palomar College

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Cypress College Sacramento City College Golden West College Mt. San Antonio College Palomar College

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#3 - Kristina Morris Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Sisters Car you Drive Major Previous College HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Sophomore Position - INF/OF Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-3 High School - Pacific Grove

Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

#4 - Aaliyah Oliver

Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements Other Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Freshman Position - Outfield Bats - L Throws - R Ht. - 5-3 High School - Rosemont

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Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

“Nina” Pacific Grove, CA Monterey, CA Bill Sally 2/25/1993 Melissa, 24 Jeep Patriot 08 Criminal Justice Monterey Ken Schuck and John Franklin Soccer and Volleyball Silver Slugger Award, 4 Yr Varsity Softball Hitting in the winning run at the west coast world series in Seattle Honor Roll all 4 years Softball Program and Criminal Justice Program To help our team win conference, Nor-Cal, and state. My parents, always pushed me to be my best, I ant to show the how hard work pays off Nelson Muniz, because he broke both of his wrists and is working harder than ever to be the best Super Troopers Chris Brown Watch Netflix/ Hangout with teammates

“Lee” Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA James Oliver Darlene Oliver 6/28/1995 AJ Nissan 05, Altima Social Sciences James Oliver Volleyball 1st and 2nd All League, 4 yr. Metro Champs, 4 Yr. Varsity Starter Travel ball champions, volleyball MVP Last home game down one, Walk Off inside the park homerun to win the game Honor Roll 7th-12th grade 3.2 GPA first semester Get education/ Play ball Be more self motivated, be a stud in the outfield, and at the plate My mom and dad, I've always been able to look up to them/ keep me motivated. Rickey Henderson. Best leadoff/ base stealer ever. Cinderella Michael Jackson Work, Singing, Guitar/ Piano

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#5 - Megan Winton

Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Sisters Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements Other Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Sophomore Position - Outfield Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-3 High School - Davis

Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

#6 - Allie Cheetham

Year - Sophomore Position - Catcher Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School - Florin

Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Car you Drive Major HS Coach HS Athletic Achievements Other Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

“Meehan” Davis, CA Davis, CA Laura 11/14/1994 Wade Isbell, 28 Brooke Winton, 24 V18 Dodge Truck, 1994 Kinesiology Art Guerra Tennis Sophomore and Junior Year 2nd Team, Sr. Year 1st team Sr. Year most inspirational for Tennis Beating Sierra College last year for the conference championship Scholar Athlete Award last year at Sac City Believed in Program, knew TK would take care of me, and believed I could help the program Win Conference, Nor Cal, then State My Mom, overcoming obstacles and still doing everything she could for my sister brother and I. Roger Federer, greatest/ classiest tennis player ever. Bull Durham Mat Kearney/ Two Hearts Hangout w/ teammates, workout

Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Michael Elizabeth 9/13/1994 1998 Ford Bronco II Nursing Robert Johnson MVP, Top offensive player, All Metro Winning the Big 8 Conference in 2013 Beating Sierra to win conference in 2013 Dean's List Honor Roll The tradition and excellent coaching staff To go to state and win My parents are my biggest supporters, they make following my dreams possible Buster Posey because he's awesome The Proposal Lorde, Royals Listen to music

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#7 - Mickey Loveridge Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Car you Drive Major HS Coach HS Athletic Achievements

Year - Sophomore Position - Shortstop Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-7 High School - Concord

Other Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

Mickey Concord, CA San Francisco, CA Kim 2/14/1994 Dane Saturn Vue 2006 Nursing Meagan Coddington MVP All League 12, 1st team 12' 11' 09', HASA MVP 11' 12', Queen of the mountain MVP Offensive leader all league 12', All State Making the last play to win our championship NCS game Scholar Oustandning Girl (CHS), Eddie Award To better myself as a player and mature as a person To improve all my stats from last year and have an incredible season as a team My mother, overcoming many obstacles and always remaining strong in life and her relationship with God. Natasha Watley, amazing shortstop Land Before Time Lauryn Hill, The Sweetest Thing Enjoy every second of the amazing life god has blessed me with.

#8 - Stephanie Bagwell Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Car you Drive Major Previous College HS Coach HS Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Sophomore Position - InďŹ eld Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School - Vanden

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Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Favorite Athlete

Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

Fairfield, CA Fairfield, CA Richard Shannon 7/10/1994 Raymond, 23 2003 Nissan Altima Social Sciences Saint Leo University Dan Wakefield SCAC Honorable mention, SCAC All league, All City, National merit Scholar Athlete Being a part of a collegiate conference winning team Honor Roll and academic award for excellence all 4 years To advance my softball career and education To help the team have a winning season and post season Michelle Smith amazing player but great character as well and look up to her as a sprts broadcaster Pretty Woman Every storm runs outta rain I like to work out or relax and watch movies

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Good Luck Riley, #10!! Go Bear!! We Love you Mom + Dad

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#9 - Jackie Cordy

Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements Other Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Sophomore Position - Outfield Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School - C.K. McClatchy

Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Jerry Joanne 11/20/1994 Ben 23, Max 20 Honda Accord 1994 Kinesiology Coach Mac Basketball, Volleyball Coaches Award '12 Winning Conference in 2013 (Big 8) Hitting my first homerun in high school against Sac High coming into home plate jumping on my teammate and chipping my tooth w/ my face mask Dean's List/ Honor Roll To win a state title To win conference and state My parents because they show me I can do whatever I want when I set my mind to it. And they are my biggest supporters. Hunter Pence, Because he isn't perfect but still produces great things Despicable Me/ Pretty Woman Beat of the Music- Brett Eldridge Homework, Line Dancing

#10 - Riley Ammaturo

Year - Freshman Position - Outfield Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-9 High School - Pleasant Grove

Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Sisters Car you Drive Major HS Coach HS Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Movie Free Time

“Bear” Sloughhouse, CA Folsom, CA Dan Cheryl 8/20/1995 Tucker, 14 Quinn, 16 2000 BMW 323Ci Undeclared Chris Murray Freshman year- MVP Playing in section championship game Coaches were nice, knew a lot of people going Improve my batting, make the starting lineup Grandma, always gave me the best advice Tangled Drive my car

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#12 - Jordan Petersen Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements

Year - Freshman Position - Pitcher Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-10 High School - Capital (MT)

Best Sports Memory Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

#13 - Erikka Burke

Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Sisters Car you Drive Major HS Coach HS Athletic Achievements Other Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Freshman Position - Pitcher Bats - L Throws - L Ht. - 5-7 High School - Elk Grove

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Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

“JP” Helena, MT Helena, MT Doug Candice 10/31/1993 David 16 ‘04 Jetta OB Nursing Mike Miller Basketball 1st team all state pitcher, 2nd team all state pitcher, state champion, defensive MVP Winning the State Championship Freshman year Honor Roll High School To move onto a bigger program eventually To come back from surgery and win state My mom, she taught me to work hard for everything in life and raised me with good morals. She's my hero Jennie Finch. She's a Stud 8 Seconds Tim McGraw Ride Horses, Walk my Dog

“Rikki” Elk Grove, CA Sacramento, CA Don Roni 9/11/1995 Dawnmarie 14 98' Toyota Corolla Undeclared Jeff Alexander Coaches Award, Pitchers Award, All Conference, Won sections Took 3rd place in Pitch, Hit, and Run Taking 2nd place in the fireworks tournament in Colorado To stay close to home and still play with a good program Go to state, pitch and hit on a consistent basis Family, biggest support system behind me Pablo Sandoval Fast and Furious Series Drake, Crew Love Spend time with family and friends

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Nicole – It’s been so exciting watching you play softball from the first time you tried pitching to raising your hand when they needed a catcher in T-Ball. You never stop amazing us, whatever you wanted to do, you could do with no hesitation; you have a natural talent. Watching you play High School softball was so exciting for us, the name “Chief” fit you well, you showed strength and leadership. I know you will do the same in the years to come – you will always hear in the stands your biggest fans, Dad saying “She’s coming after you pal,” and Mom, “Hit it hard somewhere Colieee” – we will continue to support you in whatever you do. We are so proud of the beautiful strong lady you have grown up to be. Love you, Dad & Mom and Rochelle.

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#14 - Nicole Miller

Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Sisters Car you Drive Major Previous College HS Coach HS Athletic Achievements

Year - Freshman Position - Catcher/Outfield Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-5 High School - Woodcreek

Best Sports Memory Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

#15 - Meghan Wantz

Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Car you Drive Major HS Coach HS Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Freshman Position - Pitcher Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-10 High School - Del Campo

Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence

Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

“Chief” Roseville, CA Roseville, CA Mark Rosemary 3/19/1995 Rochelle, 23 Tacoma Toyota, 2004 Biology SFSU Art Bank 3-Time best offensive player, 1st team all league, 2nd team all league Winning Sections with Woodcreek my Jr. Year Good program, great opportunity Do the best I can, help out my team, win Family, because they always support me, push me to do better Kirk Gibson, because of his 1988 homerun in the World Series game even though he was injured Remember the Titans ABC, TNT Practice, hang out with my friends, draw

Fair Oaks, CA Sacramento, CA Glenn Traci 3/10/1995 03' Volkswagon Passat Undeclared Sharon Props 2nd Team all league soph, junior, and senior year Striking out my best friend to end the game, knocking our rivals out of playoffs Continue to play softball Win! My parents, they've always been there for me and helped me achieve all my goals and directed me in the right direction Jenny Finch Finding Nemo Luke Bryan Puzzles and Board Games

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#16 - Taylor Martinez Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Sisters Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements

Year - Freshman Position - First Base Bats - L Throws - L Ht. - 5-3 High School - El Camino

“Tay” Sacramento, CA Sacramento CA Paul Wendy 4/20/1995 Jordan 21, Ryan 15 2004 Hyundai Accent Undeclared Mike Loomis Volleyball 2010-2013 All League 2012-2013 All City 2013 Optimist Other Athletic Achievements 2012-2013 River Cats All-City softball selection Best Sports Memory When I hit 5 homeruns in one day at a tournament in Colorado Academic Achievements 2012 Student Government 2010 Honor Roll Reason you came to SCC Wanted to continue playing softball at a high level Goal for Season To have a successful season and make all state Biggest Influence My father, he taught me everything I know about the game. Favorite Athlete Kelsey Bruder Favorite Movie Grease Favorite Musical Group Jason Aldean Free Time Read, Spend time with my family

#17 - Courtney Davis Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Sisters Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements

Year - Freshman Position - C / 3B Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-6 High School - Concord

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Best Sports Memory Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Musical Group Free Time

“Young Court” Pittsburg, CA Walnut Creek, CA Tommie Kathy 8/12/1995 Richard 24 Katrina 20 1996 BMW Undeclared Megan Coddington Volleyball Volleyball MVP 2010, 2nd team all league catcher Winning the NCS Championship my Senior Year To pursue my goal of playing at a 4 year college, to further my education This season I want to have fun Parents because they have taught me how to be an independent person and taught me to work for everything Whitney Houston Cooking

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#20 - Noelani Kakalia Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Car you Drive Major Previous College HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements

Year - Freshman Position - First Base Bats - L Throws - L Ht. - 5-8 High School - Mesa Verde

Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

#21 - Ashten Welch

Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Sisters Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory Reason you came to SCC

Year - Sophomore Position - Pitcher Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-7 High School - Marysville

Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

Citrus Heights, CA San Mateo, CA Solomon Rita 4/9/1994 Amika 17 Dodge Durango 2000 History Towson University Mike Williams Basketball Broke RBI, Homerun, Batting average, and steal record Made 3.5 Honor roll junior and senior year. Coach Kiernan recruited me Being a great teammate My Dad, he pushes me to be the best I can be Pablo Sandoval, he's a great player Tangled Beyonce, Diva Read

“Ashy” / “Dee” Browns Valley, CA Yuba City, CA Gary Lissa 3/30/1994 Morgan, 17 Pontiac Grand Am 2002 Undeclared Maurice Clavelle Volleyball, Basketball 2 time GEL MVP, most outstanding SR. Girl Athlete Beating Sierra for the 2013 Big 8 Conference Championship Coach Kohler recruited me to play. Thank you Kohler Helping my team achieve its goals of winning Conference, Nor-Cal, and State My parents, they are the two hardest working people and I wouldn't be here without them Nelson Muniz Hard Worker, Came back after breaking both wrists Dirty Dancing Chulo Sinth "The Pool Party" -Jowell y Randy Stamp Collecting 27

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#22 - Adrianna Ross

Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Sisters Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played HS Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Freshman Position - 1B / 3B Bats - R Throws - R Ht. - 5-8 High School - Concord

Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Movie

“AJ” Concord, CA Walnut Creek, CA Tony Ross Cherese Hoskins 9/30/1995 Anthony, 3 April 7, Alivia 7, Gabbi 5, Zoilina 13, Krystal 19 Honda 2003 4DR Business Megan Codington Volleyball Most Offensive Hitter, Team Captain, NCS Champs 2 Yrs in a row Hitting a oppo double to win the game and advance to the next round NCS, and got in the paper. Sounded fun and competitive, coaches wanted me. To be the best hitter I can be and help the team succeed My mother - I look up to her and want to make her proud Titanic

#23 - Morgan Green Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Sisters Car you Drive Major HS Coach Other HS Sports Played Best Sports Memory Academic Achievements

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Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

“Mo” / “Greenie” Carmichael, CA Sacramento, CA Kim 4/27/1994 Nick, 27 Ashley, 19 2003 VW Jetta Kinesiology Sharon Props Basketball Winning the Big 8 conference last year (2013) Sophomore student athlete of the year in high school, Presidents honor for 3.5 GPA To play for a great program and transfer to a 4 year Win conference and state Grandpa, because he has always been there for me with my sports Isaiah Thomas Pitch Perfect Shania Twain, Feel like a woman Hang out with my family, Netflix

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Morgan we are so very proud of you and all of your accomplishments. You are an amazing young woman with your entire life ahead of you. We will always be there to love and support you through every minute of it!! Love you bunches, Mom, Ashley, PaPa grandma, & brother,

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#24 - Lucia Lopez-Ramirez Nickname Hometown City, State (born) Father's Name Mother's Name Date of Birth Brothers Car you Drive Major HS Coach HS Athletic Achievements Other Athletic Achievements Best Sports Memory

Year - Freshman Position - Outfield Bats - L Throws - L Ht. - 5-3 High School - Christian Brothers

Academic Achievements Reason you came to SCC Goal for Season Biggest Influence Favorite Athlete Favorite Movie Favorite Musical Group Free Time

“LU “ Sacramento, CA Sacrament, CA Jorge Mansol 2/5/1995 Gabriel 2007 Volkswagen Jetta Biology Chad Clay All metro, All conference, MVP 2012 2012 Colorado All American, 2013 high school All star Making the final round of playoffs my senior year of HS 2013 Honor Roll Improve physically and mentally to progress to a higher level Improve Strength and Speed Mother, gave birth to me at a young age but still succeded to give us a better life Ray Lewis - humble and competitive. Plays game for fans, not for himself Pulp Fiction Flawless by Beyonce Watch the Walking Dead

2014 SCC Softball Brick Garden Honorees Girtha Davis Bob Maglione Patricia Rouse Diane “Boots” Studley

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TOP 5 ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON RECORDS PITCHING Wins 1. 2. 3. 4.

5.

Danielle Haag Danielle Haag Amanda Monday Erin Field Charlene Manley Angie Smith Charlene Manley

44 41 36 34 34 34 33

OFFENSE RBI’s 1997 1998 2008 1994 1988 1984 1987

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Innings Pitched 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Charlene Manley Erin Field Danielle Haag Charlene Manley Danielle Haag

297 295 289 288 281

4. 5.

Charlene Manley Danielle Haag Charlene Manley Angie Smith Danielle Haag Erin Field

44 41 40 40 39 38

88 77 75 72 57 57 57

1997 1998 1997 2007 2009 1999 1985

1.

Lyndsey Klein

109

1997

2.

Nicole Wells

100

2007

3.

Janette Koshell

86

1999

4.

Shauna Briggs

85

1997

Jenny Kohler

85

1997

Christa Manley

84

1994

5.

Batting Average

Home Runs 1988 1994 1997 1987 1998

1. 2. 3.

Complete Games 1. 2. 3.

Lyndsey Klein Amanda Venable Shauna Briggs Cindy Oseguera Andrea Argee Janette Koshell Tracy McCarron

OFFENSE Hits

1988 1997 1987 1985 1998 1994

4.

5.

Cindy Oseguera Molly Ryan Lindsey Bruno Genna Allen Kayla Hayes Jaci Ecker Jordan Dahl Lyndsey Klein Londyn Ray Nicki Dennis Tina Gotay Melissa Hartkop Andrea Argee Kim Briggs

17 12 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 8

2007 2012 2009 2010 2007 2006 2006 1997 1996 1988 2006 2010 2010 2011

13 12 12 10 8 8 8 7 7 7

1996 1999 1997 1992 1998 1997 1984 1998 1997 1994

1.

Chenita Rogers

.608

1985

2.

Nicki Dennis

.567

1987

3.

Janette Koshell

.562

1999

4.

Jaci Ecker

.554

2005

5.

Kathy Kelly

.538

1982

Runs Scored 1.

Lyndsey Klein

85

1997

2.

Jenny Kohler

72

1997

3.

Nicole Wells

69

2007

4.

Laura Redding

68

1996

5.

Kayla Hayes

64

2007

Tracey Greene

64

1990

Strike Outs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Amy Windmiller Erin Field Amanda Monday Erin Field Veronica Davis

365 323 251 211 206

1992 1994 2008 1993 2001

Triples 1. 2. 3. 4.

E.R.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Amy Windmiller Charlene Manley Sarah Ayres Nikki Cinque Kim Gonzalez Dayna Garcia Dayna Garcia

0.07 0.08 0.08 0.09 0.18 0.23 0.23

1992 1988 1996 2004 1992 1991 1990

5.

Laura Redding Janette Koshell Lyndsey Klein Becky Burroughs Amanda Venable Jenny Kohler Chenita Rogers Janette Koshell Londyn Ray Cori Keay

Doubles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Andrea Argee Lyndsey Klein Cindy Oseguera Janette Koshell Melissa Hartkop

29 26 25 22 21

2009 1997 2007 1999 2010

Stolen Bases 1.

Tracey Greene

61

1990

2.

Chenita Rogers

51

1985

3.

Chenita Rogers

43

1984

4.

Shauna Smith

42

1983

5.

Debbie Nelson

41

1984

Sacrifices 1.

Tracy Lopez

23

1990

2.

Debbie Nelson

21

1984

3.

Shannon Padovan

18

1988

Debbie Nelson

18

1985

4.

Vicki Rios

16

1991

5.

Kendra Wilson

14

1992

Shelly Suwa

14

1987

Regina Lyons

14

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PANTHER TRANSFERS Sharon Christianson Angie Smith Annette Majahla Margaret Shubert Debbie Nelson Shannon Smith Lori Lopez Lori Dowid ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Nancy Ramirez Shannon Padovan Tracy McCarron Tracy Green ATHENS STATE UNIVERSITY Amy Morford Kim Wright Laura Ellis Shannon Ramirez Keri Hunter Christa Manley Tegen Prewitt Kimyata Harris Melissa Wilson Londyn Ray Rachel Sosa Mary Rose Villalpando Melissa Martinez Nikki Cinque AUBURN UNIVERSITY CAL STATE-SAN BERNADINO Kelly Sutton Debra Curry Miko Kunmbara BASCOM COLLEGE Jordan Dahl Aimee Schlumpberger Heather Hamilton CAL STATE-STANISLAUS Kimiko Wright BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY Erica McIntyre Laeha Hill Amanda Monday BRIDGEPORT STATE CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS Erin Warr Samantha Pellon CAL POLY-SAN LUIS OBISPO COPPEN STATE Jolynn Flores Nikki Buchko Jill Smith Maggie Sekul CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE Victoria Sendejas CAL STATE-BAKERSFIELD Jenny Merrill Margie McCune ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY Jackie Strohman Beth Record Tracy Fleshman Lisa Fresquez Lisa Hoglen Krystal Moreno

CAL STATE-CHICO Florrie Linggi Gwen Cox Charlotte Honciano CAL STATE-DOMINGUEZ HILLS Stephanie Price CAL STATE-FULLERTON Chenita Rogers KC Clark Kendra Wilson CAL STATE-HAYWARD Maren Foster Linda Ikami Amanda Bernard CAL STATE-MONTEREY Leann Wacker Erica Wacker Tina Gotay CAL STATE-NORTHRIDGE Shawna Smith Regina Lyons Angie Galieote Mary Moore Tiffany Ray Julie Sessler Amy Windmiller Vicky Rios Cheri Shinn Laura Redding CAL STATE-SACRAMENTO Kathy Kelly Kelly Leizell Chris Frazier Shelly Van Drammelen Lynn Angel Karen Christianson

NEW MEXICO-HIGHLANDS Kristina Flores NORTH EAST LOUISIANA Ann Clark Megan Corriea NORTH WEST LOUISIANA Cheri McCoy NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Martha Oyog NOTRE DAME-BELMONT Amanda Cooper Charisse Popejoy OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY Mee Mee Davis Krista Margetich OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Terri Shackleford PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY Linda Smith SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY Jill Endicott SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE Genna Allen SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY Kelly Conrady Vivian Villa Tracy Lopez Tami Crummett Kayla Hayes Nicole Wells

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Alysha Jones Tracy Amador Tammie Wheeler FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE Dianna Novoa TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Julie Pederson Kim Gonzalez Trisha Gedvilas Beth Gerken Shannon Gilley HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY Erin Field Catie Henke Trina Solesbee Megan Corriea Nicole Valenzuela TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY Danielle Brady JACKSONVILLE STATE Kim Martinez Veronica Davis Denise Jackson Jenny Kohler LINFIELD COLLEGE Shauna Briggs Laura Merritt LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY UC BERKELY Marielle Vaughn Andrea Argee Jenny Conard Melissa Hartkop MARY UNIVERSITY Christina Missildine Stephani Pilarsky Lisa Harris Tanya Guzman Marie Maita Angela Bautista Wendi Salgo MENLO COLLEGE Marissa Sequeria

UC DAVIS Iris Mendoza Mandi Salcido UC RIVERSIDE Traci Bender Mandi Salcido UC SANTA BARBARA Michelle Caldwell Rachel Crawford

MIAMI OF OHIO Daria Germond

UCLA Diana Links Lyndsey Klein

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE Kerry Allen Lisa Sherman

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA Nicki Dennis

MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE Melissa Spanton

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE Heather Oakley UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII Jessica Mederias

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO Tracy Ryan UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA Kim Maurer UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO Cristin Anderson UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO Molly Ryan Ceara Barker UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Lisa Carpenter Shelly Suwa Geralee Dresbach Lori Mouw Dayna Garcia Jennifer Gaylor Becky Burroughs Stephanie Acton UNIVERSITY OF OREGON Rissa Perryman C.C. Burns Danielle Haag UNIVERSITY OF PUGET SOUND Dona King UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA SPARTANBURG Renee Dobrinski Chanel Gonzales UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Tara Clarke UNIVERSITY OF ST. MARY (KANSAS) Mary Silva Rebecca Eatough UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Jodi Ramirez Sarah Ayres Amanda Venable Janette Koshell UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO Erika Ammons UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO Amy Morris UNIVERSITY OF TULSA Bonnie Bruton Jessee Ayala UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA Holly Weibert Monique Clary UNLV Lisa DeFazio Mindy Garcia USC Katie Larson UTAH STATE Chenita Bradley Jamie Linker WILLIAM PENN UNIVERSITY Sheri Meyers Aimee Vigil Elizabeth Sauerwein

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D-I ALL-AMERICANS / COLLEGE WORLD SERIES / NPF WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL FASTPITCH / NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL FASTPICH PLAYERS Former Panther Player Amy Windmiller Lyndsey Klein Kim Gonzales Cheri Shinn Shauna Briggs Becky Burroughs

College / University Cal State Northridge UCLA Texas A&M University Cal State Northridge Texas Tech University University of Oklahoma

WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES PARTICIPANTS Former Panther Player Charlene Manley Nikki Dennis Lyndsey Klein Amy Windmiller Vicky Rios Martha Oyog Marrielle Vaughn Julie Sessler

College / University University of South Carolina University of Oklahoma UCLA Cal State Northridge Cal State Northridge Northwestern University UC Berkeley Cal State Northridge

NCAA DIVISION 1 ALL-AMERICANS Former Panther Player Chenita Rogers Amy Windmiller Kim Gonzales Lyndsey Klein Nikki Dennis Charlene Manley

College / University Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Texas A&M University UCLA University of Oklahoma University of South Carolina

FORMER NATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS Former Panther Player Chenita Rogers Lyndsey Klein

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College / University Cal State Fullerton UCLA

SAC CITY SOFTBALL AWARDS EASTON ALL-AMERICANS Amanda Venable Danielle Haag Nicole Valenzuela Melissa Martinez Amy Morris Beverly Cramblit Tracy Bender Nikki Cinque Wendy Salgo Jaci Ecker (x2) Krystina Gomez Tracy Ryan Jordan Dahl Andrea Argee Lindsey Bruno Kelli Reynolds ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Tiffany Ray 1994 Kim Wright 1994 Bonnie Bruton 1995 Danielle Brady 1995 Trina Solesbee 1995 Bina Ramirez 1995 Melissa Blote 1996 Sarah Ayres 1996 Katie Larson 2003 Keagan Caldwell 2003 Samantha Pellon 2003 Kimiko Wright 2006 Tina Gotay 2006 ALL-AMERICANS Nicki Dennis 1987 Nicki Dennis 1988 Charlene Manley 1988 Shannon Padovan 1988 Tracy Lopez 1990 Dayna Garcia 1991 Amy Windmiller 1992 Erin Field 1994 Christa Manley 1994 Shannon Gilley 1994 Jackie Strohman 1994 Cori Keay 1994 Laura Redding 1995 Londyn Ray 1995 Cheri Shinn 1996 Laura Redding 1996 Londyn Ray 1996 Denise Jackson 1996 Kim Martinez 1996 Danielle Haag 1997 Lyndsey Klein 1997 Amanda Venable 1998 Danielle Haag 1998 Lyndsey Klein 1998 Shauna Briggs 1998 Janette Koshell 1998 Janette Koshell 1999 Jessee Ayala 1999 Kelly Sutton 2000 Nicole Valenzuela 2000 Liz Sauerwein 2000 Nikki Cinque 2004 Wendi Salgo 2004 Traci Bender 2004

Jaci Ecker Jaci Ecker Tracy Ryan Jordan Dahl Cindy Oseguera Nicole Wells Lindsey Bruno Laeha Hill Erica McIntyre Lindsey Bruno Andrea Argee Andrea Argee Melissa Hartkop ALL-STATE SELECTIONS SS Kathy Kelly OF Lisa DeFazio P Shawna Smith SS Beth Kelly P Stephanie Price P Stephanie Price OF Diana Links OF Chenita Rogers OF Tara Clark OF Chenita Rogers 2B Debbie Nelson 1B Tracy McCarron P Angie Smith C Reggie Lyons OF Lisa Carpenter P Charlene Manley 3B Nicki Dennis OF Lisa Carpenter DP Mee Mee Davis OF Marielle Vaughn 3B Nicki Dennis P Charlene Manley OF Tracy Greene OF Tracy Greene C Krista Margetich P Mary Moore P Dayna Garcia C Jennifer Gaylor P Dayna Garcia DP Daria Germond SS Vicky Rios OF Stephanie Acton SS Vicky Rios P Amy Windmiller C Beth Gerken P Erin Field OF Tammy Crummet OF Shannon Gilley SS Christa Manley P Erin Field OF Londyn Ray P Cheri Shinn 3B Kim Martinez OF Londyn Ray OF Denise Jackson SS Laura Redding P Cheri Shinn P Danielle Haag SS Lyndsey Klein OF C.C. Burns P Danielle Haag SS Lyndsey Klein

2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998

1B Amanda Venable 1998 OF Janette Koshell 1999 P Keri Hunter 1999 P Veronica Davis 2000 SS Kelly Sutton 2000 OF Nicole Valenzuela 2000 OF Nicole Valenzuela 2001 P Veronica Davis 2001 P Beverly Cramblit 2002 P Nikki Cinque 2004 P Krystina Gomez 2004 3B Wendi Salgo 2004 2B Traci Bender 2004 SS Jacki Ecker 2005 P Krystina Gomez 2005 SS Jaci Ecker 2006 1B Jordan Dahl 2006 C Cindy Oseguera 2007 2B Nicole Wells 2007 OF Laeha Hill 2008 P Amanda Monday 2008 2B Andrea Argee 2009 1B Lindsey Bruno 2009 P Kelli Reynolds 2009 UTL Andrea Argee 2010 OF Melissa Hartkop 2010 P Cortney Allen 2011 3B Kim Briggs 2011 P Ashten Welch 2013 ALL-REGIONAL SELECTIONS P Shawna Smith 1982 C Maren Foster 1983 P Kim Mauer 1983 3B Lori Lopez 1984 UT Sandra Duncan 1984 C Reggie Lyons 1985 SS Martha Oyog 1985 1B Karen Christianson 1986 1B Maggie Sekul 1987 2B Shannon Padovan 1987 OF Maggie McCune 1988 C Krista Margetich 1989 P Lori Mouw 1989 OF K.C. Clark 1989 OF K.C. Clark 1990 OF Jenny Conard 1990 SS Tracy Lopez 1990 UT Daria Germond 1991 P Mary Moore 1991 P Kim Gonzalez 1992 C Beth Gerken 1992 1B Stephanie Acton 1992 2B Shannon Ramirez 1993 OF Tiffany Ray 1993 3B Kim Martinez 1995 SS Laura Redding 1995 2B Jenny Kohler 1997 2B Ronnie Simmons 1999 2B Tina Gotay 2006 1B Lindsey Bruno 2008 3B Erica McIntyre 2008 P Cortney Allen 2010 OF Kendall Sorenson 2011 OF Molly Ryan 2013 1B Heather Oakley 2013

SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PANTHERS

TAVARES PACKING AND LOADING BUSINESS LICENSE NO. 57521 Family owned and operated with over 30 years experience. Honest, reliable and punctual service with reasonable rates. Services provided include: - Packing home goods in a secure manner - Loading personal items into moving truck, trailer or PODS - Transportation from one location to the other - Unpacking home goods and one time placement - Follow all safety measures - Can accommodate to any schedule, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day - Areas covered include Monterey, San Benito, Santa Cruz, and Santa Clara Counties - References upon request

For a free estimate, please call Eddie Tavares at (831) 402-8949 or contact by e-mail at eddie.tavares424@yahoo.com

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